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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY. JANUARY 14. iocc
F. H. Red ward
Contractor and Builder
42 Punchbowl Street.
Telephone BLUE 1701.
Jobbing Promptly Mtendedjo.
Telephone White SIL :
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Odea and Shop:
Beretania. Near AJapai
SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
Where the feed isQood. the'eon
ditions sanitary, attention kind
and prompt, and
James Brown, Proprietor
Wm. J. ARNOLD, Manager.
HAS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A
CHOICE LINE OF
Fish; Live and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Two deliveries daily to acy place
within city limits at 9 a. m. and 3
Customers desiring to have their
orders delivered are respectfully re
quested to call and leave the same 1
prior to the hours above named.
.Telephone Main 379..
ICE .. ICE
Delivered to all parts of
Oahu iGe &
Phone 3151 Bluo
I FOR ONE WEEK ONLY-
BIG SHIRT WfilST SAliE LAST
ALL IMPORTED GOODS of
stylish tashion. Don't
Saturday, Jan. 11th.
I A. A. MONTANO, Prop
H. F. DAVISON, Mr.
If- ARLINGTON BLOCK.
Phone Main oil.
TI TERRITORY STABLES
A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date In every particular, first-class
boarding. Rigs delivered and called for In any part of the city.
S. F. Thomas. Manager.
Elite Sullrflng, Hotel Street!
THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS.
No Mor- Dread cf the Dntal Chair.
Teeth extracted and filled absolutely
without pain by our late scientific
methods. No sleep-producing agents
or cocaine. These are the only dental
parlors in Honolulu that hare the pat
ent appliances and Ingredients to ex-(als tor the entire Territory: table
tract, fill and apply gold crowns and!4 showing statistics for the Territory
natural teeth, and warranted for ten
years, without the least particle of
pain. Gold crowns and teeth without
plates, gold fillings and all other den
tal work done painlessly and by spe
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bridge work, 55; gold filling, up;
silver fillings, 50c.
a i u u 1.4
Any worK tha. sftouia not prove sat-
Isfactory will be attended to free of(00S. to produce which involved an
charge any time within 5 years.
We are making a specialty of gold
Crowns and bridge WOrK; tne most
beautiful, painless and durable of air
dental work known to the profession. !
rw nomo nlnno will he a guarantee
that your work will be of the best. We
have a sped alist in e ach department.
. ' ..,..,..,- r mr.orn Pontic,
t- w TL-m loll rmi in advance ex-i
actly what your work will cost by free,
examination. Give us a call and you
will find we o exactly as we adver-
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from S a. m. to 6 p. m.
Make appointments for eveninfce.
Wela Ka Hao Saloon.
Tumble In some day!
McKENZIE & THOMPSON, Prop's.
tho very latest and most
forget, it will close on
P. 0. Bov57.
NEW YORK DEKTAL PARLORS
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The foHo1ag preliminary report
mtLUvSmelatta? to Hawaii ,5
seeeiTei fro the Ceasos Bureau?
Ho. WilHaa R. Merrfaai. Director
of the Ceaeas.
The statistics of Hawaii are pre- rtiorjr 0 Hawaii. $UJWZJK&. te the,
seated in six tables: Table, 1 beiagsress Tslue, aad sot the net or trwef
a sonm&ry of the statistics of thelrahie. The difference between these'
Territory for IVH; table 2 showing
alt the industries Of the Territory
divided between baad trades and the
manufactures proper, aad also the
of establishments witn a
nrA f Mae fltflfl $?lWi- tahlA 3
showing the totals of the city of
Honolulu in comparison with the to
I DV m"-J " " SBnLE Z
! ti-tW Mr ffc TrrlirtTT- hr cikPinrt
uouvo aw .aC ai-w.j VJ .aw-
industries; and table 6 showing the
statistics for the citj of Honolulu
by specified industries.
In some instances, the number of
proprietors and firm memlwrs. shown
the accompanying tables, falls
I short of the number of establish-
ments reported. This is accounted
f0r j,v lne fact that no proprietors
tor firm members are reported for
corporationb or co-operative Stab-
Thf reports show a capital ot SU.- ducts for 1900 was J24.992.0CS. The " viiauv iu ruu m. . bu- """ "'
I341.C33 invested in manufactures and value of materials purchased in a tv miles ot lne lishtship again on
1 mwhnnio.-il industries in the 395 es-
i tablishments reporting for the Terri- j.lOl.SOO. The difference. $21509,962
tory of Hawaii. This sum represents 'i& the net or true value of products.
the -alue of land, buildings, machin-' and represents the increase in the
cry tools, and implements, and the,alue of raw materials resulting from
live capital utilized, but does not in- the various processes of manufacture.
elude the capital stock of any of the Attention may properlv be direct
manufacturing corporations of the,ed to seme featurts of these Hawat
.Territorj' of Hawaii. The value of ' ian statistics. The Territory became
.. nrofiliets is returned at S24.992.-1 a nart of the United States in 1S9S.
outlay ot so.'j.oih. ior salaries oi oi-
.. . ...j i .
jnciais. cierKS. etc.. i,asi...o ior
i wages. $S73.300 for miscellaneous ex-
. Penses. including rent, taxes, etc..
kuu i.oie,uo iui lunicwuia usm,
mill supplies, freight, and fuel, it
if not to he assumed, however, that
' .v., . ,.f,.- . ,.,
f th sumb aml the valU( of the
1 , feense lnilcative
the profits in tae manufacture of
the nroducts durinc the census year
The census schedule takes no cosni-1
zance of the cost of selling manufac-1
Uiroi articles or of interest on cap
ta, invcste,i or 0f the mercantile
losses incurred in the business, or
,cf depreciation in plant The value
AMERICANS TO START
AN ORIENTAL BANK
i WASHINGTON. Jan. 2. Important
advantages in a business way are to
follow plans of the Government in ap
pointing the International Banking
Corporation its fiduciary agent ill Chi
na for the collection of the Chinese
indemnity. The company is to estab
lish a banking concern at Shanghai
and possibly other Chinese ports,
with connections at San Francisco,
and is preparing to mke a proposal
o act as the Goeraiir :t financial
agent In the Philippines.
Frederick W. Holls of New York is
attorney for the new corporation,
which is strongly backed by New-
York and Boston financial men. The
president is E. F. Cra'gie of Boston.
I and the secretary is Genei al Thomas
Hubbard. American capitalists have
, striven for many years .to break into
the Oriental banking field, recogniz
ing it as one which, if worked sue-,
cessfully, would guarantee enormous
GULLOM WORKS FOR
j WASHINGTON, Jan. 2 Senator
t Cullom. chairman .of the Committee
j on Foreign Relations, is beginning
, to agitate the matter of reciprocity
j treaties. Though he holds his place
1 and speaks with some authority, the
real leader of the Foreign Relations
Committee Is Senator Lodge, upon
whom California depends to preserve
It from the Jamaica and French
Senator Culioni admits that the
committee Is divided on the question
of reciprocity, and he does not as
sume that the Senate will ratify any
of the treaties. All he does is to say
he will try to bring the matter up
and have the treaties either ratified
or rejected. Cullom is an advocate
of reciprocity, and says he is acting
in line witn a conversation new vnia
ARE IN GOOD SHAPE
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WASHINGTON. January .-Tho
mnothly statement of the public debt.
Issued today, shows that at the close
of business December 51, 1901. the na
tional debt, less cash la the Treasury,
amounted to S1,017,52S5SG. a decrease
Ior the month of $S.643,1$2.
The cash In the Treasury Is classl
"fied as follows: Gold reserve fund.
$150,000,000,- 'trust funds
tt c-o z nrr nrn
of the product given is the value as
chtaiacd or fixed at the stop or iac
J . " . " . .
ra order to avoid cxroneoas eoaeia-,
, ., th. sri ar-s-at-j
The value of products for the Tar-'
f0 should be carefully noted. The
rmc- nln ic rnnml Kr sHriinr- the!
xalJe Df products ia the separate es-
tablishments. But the finished pro-
duct of one establishment Is often
J.I.A. w- nuifAWnl r.p nnAtk.. tn
such cases th value of the former
reappears in the latter, and thus the
i original cost of certain materials
may be Included several times in the,
rOS " lV . r "" T
.-. MnJ . cnkrMflnf frnm eta
3 swuuu uj jarwi,p ikwm ..
-ross value the value of all materials
purchased in a partlv manufactured
form. In this way the duplications
in the gro-s value are eliminated.
The schedule asked for the value
of the materials in two classes, thoset
purchased ia the crude state and
those purchased in the partlv manu- J
factured form. From the answers toi
these questions the net or true value
of products mav be computed. Thus.
, for Hawaii the gro?s value of pro-
narclv mnniif.aptiirf.it form w.ns S2 -
t and the census of 1900 is. therefore
. i .. . .. .
tne nrsr. census taKtii ny tins uovern -
. menu inis tact rentiers it impossi-
ble to make comparisons with pre-
j vious vears. Industrial conditions in
namni aiu pi uuieu-ui iruui uiunc i
which eist in other parts of the bni
ed States. Sugar manufacturing eon
.,.. -- .. .. , ., ,
turin of lh(? Territorj-. as measurHi
b tne value of products. the other
manufacturing industries being chief-,
, ly the hand trades. Moreover, only.
raw sugar is manufactured, no susar
tefining or molasses manufacture be-
' ing carried on in the Territory Very
S H. D. NORTH. ,
Chief Statistician for Manufacturers.
0C9, general fund. ?143.510,09S: in
national bank department. '112.C53,
534. Total 51,219,631,721. against
which there are demand liabilities
outstanding amounting to SS9S.02S,
443. which leaves a casli balance on
hand 'of S321.C23.72S. There was an
increase for the month of 54.592.13
in the amount of cash in hand.
TIT UTX1TTT J JVTU X T O '
IN MANILA ANlMALb1
WARNING NOTE TO HAWAII.
Department of Agriculturee Prohibits
the Landing of Annimals From
the Philippine Islands at United
States or Hawaiian P;rts.
Washington. D C. Dec. 13. 1901. ! n assistance. I cannot help but say-
r . i. , . i. In"- in all my experience of twenty
S. D?partment of Agriculture. Of- a, .. ,., ' . . ,
fice of the Secretary.
Notice is hereby given to the own
ers. officers, and agents of all steam- j
ers and other vessels of all Uescnp-1
tions plying between the Philippine
Tc.lo.wlc- n,l ,.... rf . 1, n rr-. nf V a '
lmuuo iiiu till "l. Lliv jjui ia ui t. i
Hawaiian Islands, or between the
Philippine Islands and any of the
ports of the United States or the
Territories or dependencies thereof, W. C Williamson, of Amherst. Va.,
and to all stockmen and all other per ! U S. A, says: "For more than a
sons concerned In any way or manner year I suffered frcm lumbago. I tried
in the traffic in animal in or .with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave
the Philippine Islands, that certain me entire rellrf, whkh all othr reme
contagious, infections, and coramuni- dies had failed to do."
cable diseases dangerous to live
stock of the United States exist a
mong the animals of the said Philip
pine Islands, viz. surra, affecting
horses, mules, asses, neat catt'c
camels, buffaloes and dogs, and ap s
foot-and-mouth disease. affecting
horses, neat cattle other ruminants
and swine: .and rinderpest, affecting
neat cattle and other ruminants.
Therefore, under the authority con
ferred upon me by the act of C n
cress approved May. 29. 1SSI, entitled
"An act for' the establishment of a
Bureau of Animal Industry, to pre
rent the exportation of diseased cat
, ue. jiib w pronae mnius iur in su
press ion and extirpation of pleuro-
tie. aad to provide means for the sup-
poeumonia and other contagious, dis
eases among domestic animals." I do
hereby prohibit the landing at any
of the ports of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, or at any of the ports of the
"United States or of any of the depen
dencies thereof, of anv live stock,
or animals of any kind, from the
Philippine Islands. This prohibition
will take effect immediately and will
'tinue n force unU1 olhen,Le or.
JAMES WILSON. Secretary.
New Ice Cream Parlors.
D. G. Camarinos has recently open?
ed up a dainty and neat ice cream
parlor, corner of Alakea and King.
Everything clean and tasty. Ice
cream, cool drinks, etc Don't fall to
j drop In.
BY SHIPPING MEN
FAULKLANDBANK'S HARD TRIP
- ,riic 3r.,sh vessel Was Over Two
Weeks Waiting for a Pilot Had
to Put Back to Se3 Several Times i
Finally was Towed ts Astoria
Captain J A. Robbras. master cf
the Britisn ship Falklandbank. has
BMld a reoori " Ms agents of his ex-
f perieaceg off the mouth of the Coium-
km $-- -t,ich he lavs stress utt-
Me a a
j iaz ordered to Portland to
load. He complains of both the tug
b aad pnot service afforded Port-
- Urnd shipping and insists that both
l " -wart - .... ... wv
"e wholly inadequate, captain kod-
bins' report Is as follows:
j. " raatje a fair run from Santa
, ,. . . ... .. .
I Rasa,fa- kavln5 U,at November
. and on ijecemoer 1 was wunm i."
' miles of the bar, when we met a suc-
cession 0f southeast storms and very
, " . , 1
"au " '"' "., u. ..
'er' an?ros !" o approach with
a neav' sh,P m baUast l awaittd
lin c inn fe t n v-i 1 r 9 9 r Tr w
December 7. but bBd weather threat-
j eninsr. went to sea again. On the 9th
I I ran in. being in company with tho
' ship "William Mitchell, which spoke
the pilot cutter before I did. and took
( the onh pilot there was from her. I
still kept running mv ship for the
(pilot cutter, feeling confident of get-
' ting mv pilot which would have been
i m', rnur ,n,i i,ain . ;n oc
j0 hazy weather or a chance offering
t t0 run jn over Q bar Bl,t aftr cet.
Ung within a half mile of the pilot
j cutter she hoisted a signal sayinc
Xo ,Io""t on board , th'en ' 0
make sail and use all judgment and
1 opportunity of getting the ship out
' Ul ll uaimerous position aim to sea
( aS,n- which I thought at times ,t
would be imposs.ble to do. I thore-
:e of wind to the southeast
snrunS up, and we got off snore again,
tne following day being again twenty
to thirty miles west southwest of the
port, again in company with the ship
Mitchell, wh'ch ship has not arrived
in yet. I again worked my ship up
to the lightship on December 13, and
at daylight got a pilot, also a tug
boat, and was toweJ. to Astoria, after
spending a very anxious ten days off
' T tlilllL- fni- n Ti-n3 cliinntnr. rr,if
like this and the amount of tonnage
visiting it annually, especially the
number of ballast ships coming here
to load, that the great dread all sail
ing captains have of this port would
be greatly lessened, providing we
could feel confident when running
t,own on a lee shore to know a pilot
could be had at all times and a goo
tug just attending to ships in as
sisting them into anchorage and back
to help another ship awaiting its ser
i vices. For instance, when speaking
the pilot boat and getting no pilot.
i the boatkeeper or captain of the boat
, informed me no towboat would be
' down until the following morning.
i Therefore the thought of having to
i lay all night with th? nrosnects nf
-&" .'iii us ti 3uijiuiiLtr ana en
tering many difficult harbors in all
parts of the world, that if some better
assistance could be extended to ships
coming here to load that the dread
of ccniing here wouW be
A Cure for Lumbago
The gest WnBS
distilled from the choicest
yields of field and vineyard,
bottled with the utmost care
and skill, and delivered at ycur
door the finest tonics and in-
vigorants you can get.
WHAT SHALL WE SEND YOU?
Com- in and make a selection?
wc guarantee the quality.
HDFFSGHLiEOEB CO. LTD
The Pioneer Wine and Liquor House.
No. 23 King St, near BetheL
8 lFn Inlr Vah
I For Your
Ring up MAIN T3, and our
California Hrarrjess Shop
smrrt iv rtm k
it.tf Tfc' tat-.'-
Andrew Usher 8c Go.'s
SCOTCH MHISKEY "none equal.-
I The Coyne
i Furniture Co.
is orrnuiNG somi:
BEAUTirUL BEDROOM SETS AT
J In WHITE MAPLI
.MAPLE, OAK, MAHOGANY.
ASH, ELM and PINE.
CONDON'S NIGHT PATROL
Buildings, Business Properly
Ships and Docks
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I NEW ARC
RECEIVE HEARTY ENDORSEMENTS.
The new enclosed type of Arc Lamps we are bow iaatalHag re
ceive the hearty endorsement of all who are now usiag them.
Mr. T. Rosenberg, of the Globe Clothing Co., says: "You awy
say for me that I am highly pleased with these lamps and would
have no other. They meet every requirement, are soft, brilUast
and steady, and so far as I can see. are absolutely without fault."
These lamps we will Inntall at a very small coat. They will give
five times the amount of light of the incndceat for the same
money Burn eighty hours with one trimming, aad grre a toft.
pn irating. evenly distributed light, without fiutterijig or noise.
For further information, send us a postal, or ring up Mala 3tt,
ar.1 we will be pleased to call at your office.
E. W. QUINN
The Patronage of Owners. Archl
tects and .Builders Solicited.
p. o. Box 162.
Haring cade large additions to r
machinery, we are now able ta Ua
der Spreads, Sheets. Pillow 3Upa.v
Napkins and Towefe at the rate o
25 cents per DOZEN CASH.
I Strictly Up-to-Date and
Laui?ry - IH
wagons wtl! call for your work
Opposite Club Stables.
D. O. HAMMAN.
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JBloelc. "FORT STREET
PHOHE BLUE 1211.
OFFICE: 1249 FORT STREET.
Eieciric do., Ltd:
i No 64 ntel. opp. Now England Bat
and Hotel street.
f Suits Made to Order in the Latest
Styles. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Clothing Cleaned. Oyed and Repafred
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