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THE HONOLULU REPUBLIC
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN
pert on manufactartns. he mar induce
Secretary Cooper to delve into the
r latest census statistics and then fnr-
Published Every Morning Except Moo- nish material from -which Editor
day by the Robert GrieTe Pub-( Cooper can prepare lncid and Instruc
tive data as to the avtiiamuty 01 sites
for factories. Eucb as the one at Ke-
foot lei uJ fuel
Pablic Aactioa, by artier of Mr. H. G.f
, JdiCdiecutCB. trustee in. tae esxaie oil
J. H. Taylor & Co. bankrupts, the fol-
lowing partially described mercnan.-
lishlng Company, Limited.
1 HI I n I ID n POT J" Burnett recently presented" to ". e complete list ofjrhick can be
A MIlKI I! PIA I oMB aww , -... .w en at my office: Anvils, Tire TJp-
fl I UULIU LOI hln. w. Mhf , -.. t seUer. Coal, Bites, Hammers, Clamps,
C R BUCKLAND EDITOR; walo, the abundance of water power.
i and supply of raw material, the light-
only a poand and
half, and is valued at $5000.
EVERY EVENING. 8:15 SHARP
CHINESE RUH THE
i ness of oar taxes, details of the illegal
Business Office Main 218.
Editorial Rooms Main 123-,decJdes w move Us factory tma 1he
j Mainland to the Territory, or to ven-
Washlrvcton Bureau.... Pest Building. tare on pastures new and verdant. ;
; There is one factory, however, thatj
Entered at the Pmt OSce at nono-
lufci. H T a second-class mail.
lr)Mirio av anH cwoi fcr tnfa e tfco
capitalist always noses into before hejSFCet Drjiflg GrOUIld, IGT Pariljing" ' Church.
Gothes of tie People, Snnpplied
j Mallets, Bolts, Shovels, Calipers,
PD0PPPT7' tvinnaird, the English noble-. Bar Tool Steel, Wrenches, Drill Press,
f fiur LB. 1 1 i man is not only an acknowledged ' Flatters. Swager. Punches, Pinchers,
i anthority on football bnt is an or-1 Wrenches. Desk. Scales, Baggy
dained minister of the Established i Wheels. Rims. Oak and Spruce Lum-
I ber. Drawing Knife, Bevel, eta. etc
Together with a fifteen years lease
BARGiiH MATINEE SATURDAY
The Crown Prince of Siam. who is of property situated on the corner frr- , rT 4 1 7
being educated in Europe, has just , of Queen and Millnani streets, and tae- L fc C cHlU IvIALD
corrected the last proofs of a little corrugated iron covered building situ-
book he has written on the wars of i ate thereon.
may be of untold benefit to Hawaii ; reen staonan. Watffr
oeiore very wag. ana mat laciury is a ;
scar refinery which may soon be-;
Mao a necessary adjunct to our plan-,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Co(jper
er Month, by Carrier J .50 can feel tje p,, of planters' agents
Oo Year, by Mail 5.50 j 0n this subject and start the ball roll-t
Six Months, by Mail 3.00 Ing to erect a good refinery In Kono-j
TkN.MMtk(.k Mail or Carrier 1.50 ,u,u. neeaea, ne may accompli
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the Polish succession.
Mar Heart, the Harlem millionaire,
was once a bootblack, and he still
preserves in his handsome home the
original bootblacking outfit with
Accumulate Not1 Wcb &e begsu bis business career,
Cecil Rhodes will erect a monu
ment, to cost him 5100,000. in Masho
naland. South Africa, in commemo-
Receptacle for All the Rubbish,
Dirty Water and Filth That Ori
Washed Away by the Tide. ?
JAMES F. MORGAN. Auctioneer
Honolulu, Jan. 9, 1302.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST)
CIRCUIT OF THE TERRITORYJ
r? far more beneficial results than can
Situated at the extreme end
fiONOWLU. H. T., JAN. 16, 1902 be achieved through the circulation Iwl1 ris akal of the
; ration of Major Wilson's last stand
oi ! against Lobengula, on Jjecember 4.
notorious ; 1S93.
IN PROBATE. AT CHAMBERS.
! of his official handbook, even though ;
SECRETARY COOPER'S WORK.
is the government public
'prepared and ever so widely circulat-' laundry, an institution the like of
j ed by Us editor. i waich is seldom seen. It consists of
! two long buildings between which is
Ladislaus Madarasz. who was Sec-,
retary of State in Hungary for thirty 1
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
Gustave Biart, late of Honolulu. nJLL
Oahu, deceased, intestate.
The government nuisance on Mer-t
chant street began Its periodical out-
Anaonaceaent ic made that an
oiScial fenadbook of Hawaii is Eoon to
be tented by the Territory for dlstri- flow on Monday, ready for steamer
iHtlkKi amoag the varkHis States and day when everybody was flocking to
Territories of the United States, and
that Secretary Cooper Is to be Its
We should like to ask who will sup
ply the money necessary to defray the
vxpeiMes of the work. For months
the Territorial government has been
pleading poverty, a shortage of funds,
no money available for needed work
at Kewalo. or for other public Im
provements that are of far more Im
portance to Hawaii than the publica
the Postofllce yesterday. The pump
ing out process began again last
night, and the cesspool's .next over
flow will be due to arrive with the
next steamer from the Coast on Sat
years, and Francis Argo. Judge Ad-1 Petition, having been mea Dy.un.
vocate General under Kossuth, are at Kemmaniai mart, wiaow oi saiu in-.
present living in Leon. Decatur Coun- teftatf- Paying that Letters of Ad-,
t , ministration upon said estate be is-j
J ' : sued to C. R. Hemenway, notice is
George Gould has converted an ug-,nerebv riven that Friday, the 31st
Each house contains washrooms inj5-r spot n the grounds of his Lake- day of January, A. D. 1902, at lOt
th lower floor am! le&ninir nnarters ', wood. X. J., home into a beautiful! o'clock a. m., in the Judiciary Build-!
i ..-. J
a large yard where the clothes are
Reserved Seats, $1; Gallery, $50c
Children, 25c; Adults, 50c, to the
on the upper floor, each washroom. sunKen garuen. it is uneniai in mea., mg, nuuuiuiu. yja.au. i& appumieu me
havine a sleepine room of its own. ana saia to oe tne oniy sunKen gar-, " "" i"" - y-
trr Kor finl t Vtv 11 nF;rTie mtn- I
Here Johnnie Chinaman relcns oen n America. . .. - r.t.c , y. -"
nere jonnnie ninaman rtigns, cerned may appear and show cause, if I
supreme with long sticks of bar soap Mrs. Humphrey Aard is a mistress' any tner have wnr saft petition!
1 and with water from faucets and jets I ofSpanish, French. Italian and Ger-j should not be granted. j
all around him. The floors in the , man. Her knowledge of Spanish Honolulu December 23. 1901. I
1 washing rooms are cemented and thej literature is such that when only IS By the Court:
of water runs off to some extent but i she was asked to adjudicate In a J P- D. KELLETT, JR.. J
'he heathen Chinese often accumu-' Spanish essay competition. ( Clerk.
Yesterday was the Board
rro1J. l,,.,-.. .liv Thorn ir( twen
."",.. , ,,, i lates a pile of rubbish, harness, horse
ty-four separate subjects for consid- mntPr'!ai 5n ,hn, hls
Prof. William E. D. Scott, curator I
fccnl nnil nthpr mnprifll en Thnt Vii rx -iix!.-. - r. :... n rr: I
., , .. t K. oln "" """ "'- ' - "","1 uiuituuiU6.t ai ruutciuu UBIei-t
erauon. bdu in. -.,. - ,nnate taste for artistic disorder is sity, has been devoting considerable
prevented the hearing of a report satigfied. timp nT lnto tn fin,, 11t hnnr ,.,.
. . i n.,. v ti. from the committee on iewaiu wuilu, . . ,. . r . Hn.i nr ,:ic t.o-,- oo;nj .T.cttr.-
cma le, even though edited by Secre- -It s understood will be a vigorous H& ive songs that characterize different
ATKINSON & JUDD.
Attorneys for petitioner.
DO NOT BE OEGEIVED 1
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruit.
its. Dec. 2C-Jan. 2-3-1C.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
one. The Board of Health might also .. ... nerfumes in the washroom3 , species
llWo tn !nnnlr hnfnro direct attention to the public laun- on account of the avaianches of wa-i Hamilton MacCarthy, of Ottawa,!
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.. ... ... , .. ... . ' (Iritis tlio ronnltion Oi wniCll 1S lor whfnh rloilv r-ic thrnnorH fhocol Canarta ha mntlp tho mnilPI for flip
me puonc money is nnauy commiueu ""- , - - "" -v- - .... YoUm 1 t,phr Mven hnt nnrcimnf
to th government publication, where touched upon in today's Republican .' places but he takes good care .thatj bronze statue, thirteen feet high, j eS' of safe cnfaineSTn Sat
SecreUry Cooper gained the new spa- Some of
1 Carbonated only by the
Soda Water Works Go., Ltd.
Sole Agts, for the Territory of HawalX
be erected next
Nova Scotia, to
the nuisance there is so tne water uoes not touch nis sleep-imcn is ueing cast in .New lone, toi
ner and editorial experience that "lthy that it is Impossible to describe ng quarters where he can store up
!cr aim tnmuruu tiun.m.u nidi gimcrack?, dirt and all other material
aione enn quauiy mm tor tne very " " j""
important task that he has undertak
en. We have no knowledge or recol-j
lection of hearing his name even as
a journalist, much less ns a newspa
perman. It may be. though, that he
acquired some audi experience in the
ffenside city of San Diego during his
ronfdunce In that Southern California
mimmer resort In its boomIe"t days.
Assuming, however, and we trust It trv
1 necessary to a Chinese coolie's well
, being. He evidently never has time
1 to wash his own bed clothes and
ts j mosquito nets, the latter especiall?1
I being so dirty that they often resem
ble a thin mud wall more than a
PPrfnin mnrfMwa flnfn.1 AnfnK. ontu
Spring in Halifax, 1S99 ma(le DyCeceHa x Arnold of , Tel. 71 Main.
cummemoraie me Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
601 Fort St., Honolulu, T. H.
Island ordars solicited.
piece of gauze.
Island Empire Decides to keep
Surplus Out of United States
From the Chicago Chronicle.
Japan, seeking the good will of the
as many years as may be necessary. , Dlsn js thrown anywhere. On the i employed upon it
discourage emigration to this coun- ew a side of the houses a long row of ' Governor Miguel
deeds of the Nova Scotians who fell
in the Boer war.
.Mrs. C. X. Whitman, of Denver,
owns the largest ranch of any woman
in the world. It is located in Texas,
near Tascosa, aud is called the L. S.
Ranch, from Lucien Scott, the first
No regular dump pile graces the j owner. The ranch is thirty miles ,
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse,
formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but
now of San Francisco State of Calif
ornia, as mortgagee, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances in said
Honolulu, in Liber 196, on pages 263
and 264, the mortgagee intends to
foreclose the said mortgage for con
dition broken, to wit: the non-nav-
unuea suues. win ueuv.clun.u, iU ( premises of the nubl c laundrv. Ruh- square, anu Hundreds of cowboys are ment of the interest on the sum of
, Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500)
Otera. of New the principal sum secured by said
Is not too great an assumption, that This nolicv recently decided on by
ojd tins, paper and numerous odds
and ends of Chinese rubbish, which
Hon. Iionry E. Cooper. Secretary of the mikado's government, has just only an expert could classify, exists
the Territory of Hawaii, is fitted for! been manifested by the Japanese am
ine tnBk thnt he has undertaken both bassador at Washington, who has
from a lltorary and editorial stand
point, we repeat the question:
"Where will the money come from
to pay the Incidental expenses in con
nection therewith?" It has been
found necessary to shave expenses
and to curtail expenditures that are
absolutely needed to protect the
asked the owners of a large trans
pacific steamship line not to import
several thousand laborers from Japan
to work In southern rice fields. The
company will consequently refuse a
liberal offer made it by
planters and will likewise refuse'
similar contracts in the future.
Mr. Shiraiski, general manager of
health of the people of Honolulu. Yet the Toyo Kisen Kaisha, or Oriental
this official handbook can be printed
and "scnttered broadcast" Even the
Advertiser, we feel sure, will be un
willing to donate its machines, press
es and binder' to such purposes.
It may be that the Cooper Official
Handbook Is intended to offset the
mischief done by the Supreme Court.?
circulation of the Thrum Annual. If
so. It may hnve some excuse for ex
istence. But, come right down to It,
what good will It do Hawaii? It will
not roach the masses of the people on
the Mainland. It will not bring capi
tal hero aud relieve the stringency
of the local money market. It will
not drodge Honolulu's harbor. It will
not drain tho Kewalo swamp. It will
not keep vessels that have been to
plague stricken ports from calling
here. It will not relieve the lepers on
Molokai. It will not repair the roads
on Hawaii. Hut it will use public la,jon5
money mat niigm 00 better turned
ovor to some government department
that can use it to good advantage
hore most needed.
Steamship Company, is at the Annex.
Ho has just come from Washington,
where he consulted with the Japan
ese ambassador, who informed him
of the desires of high government
officials at Tokio regarding the res
triction of emigration.
Mr. Shiraiski says Japan, unlike
China, is willing to keep its surplus
laborers at home rather than risk
an Interruption of its friendly rela
tions with the United States.
The Japanese officials take tho
iew that their country owes. In large
measure, its progress along modern
lines to the inspiration and help
of the United States. Commodore
Perry's landing on Japanese shores
marked the commencement of the
lenniassance in the land and ever
since that day the American govern
ment has aided the empire in its
As our company has business re-
s with the home government.
we are quite willing to accede to the
government's wishes in this matter,"
taid Mr. Shiraiski. "We know the
sentiment of your people against orl-
Seeretary Coopor's advance pros-, eiital labor and do not wish to run
pectus tells us that: "Attention will ' counter to that sentiment. Perhaps
be paid also to the agricultural and "-iter the people of the United States
manufacturing possibilities of the lltlv0 become better acquainted with
Territory and Us advantages as a!,he Japanese they will not feel hos
pltice of residence." j ttle towa"l them as they do toward
iinri..,. t,..ni o .....k MA.,i.. r p Chinese.
, U1.U1U CVJ tUUVU 4 VV.VHUJ t
the impossibility of developing Ha-i
wall from an agricultural standpoint,
other than sugar, we presume that
A Test Case.
bej "What is this case you've got to
dispose of todayr" inquired the stran-
Secretary Coopor's digest
placed In tho hands of Eastern cap-j
Italist with a view to their Invest- Re-
men! In nlnntntlnn nmmrllos If' ell. Sir,
..,., ,. ..,- , ,., I Coroner. "I reckon
xuuiu uv U3wirjj tut a (nam ve4-j. tps:
uay woruing tarnier. who lias oecnj
told so often, by the government or-i
replied the Western!
you might call
"A 'test caser" , ' i
'Van CMnvmen. 11-o1t v .. '
f ..... .iiuti auk ul
gan. that there was no opening here Jestin his new gun."
for the small farmer, to receive thej
official book of Secretary Cooper.! N? Mo Walking.
that Is If the facts are set forth as . Towne 1 suppose after a while
me anan wno hasnt an automobile
all along the buildings
Healthy Drying Grounds.
The drying yard is a sight. How
the Pake keeps his washing clean
is a wonder. The planking is rotten
I and broken all over, and bits of pa
. per with odds and ends of rubbish
southern j 0f all kinds fill the holes and cracks.
j The worst filth Is right outside the
houses, however. On the Waikiki
side a ditch filled with green stag
nant water serves as a receptacle for
lubbish. the ditch runs down to the
mud flats which form the terminus
of the washing establishment, but
as it does not seem to empty any
where the water remains stagnant.
Filth of the Mud Flats.
The mud flats into which is drained
all the water from the wash houses,
are the worst place of all. They are
filled with rubbish and unspeakable
filth of all kjnds. The smells which
reign supreme there are overpower
ing. There is practically no outlet
for all this. The tide comes in and
covers the flats but the water comes
in and sinks away so slowly that it
only lifts up some of the rubbish to
deposit It at the same place where it
lay before, when the tide runs out
The toilets are also situated here
being built on piles with a bridge
running out to them. There has been
no attempt to make even a cesspool
and the sight and smell of the place,
especially at .low tide when there is
no water whatever over the mud, can
hardly be imagined.
Chinese Run the Property.
The government's public laundry
is run exactly in the same manner
as it would be run by the Chinese
themselves. The laundrymen enjoy
their liberty and the place is very
popular, only a very few shops being
untenanted, but that the place Is not
in better condition is surprising, as
anyone who visits the place can see
at a glance that many Improvements-
are needed especially with regard to
the draining of the wash water and
filth from the mud flats.
In the wash houses the constant
splashing of water in which the
clothes are washed Into the wooden
partitions has so soaked and satur
ated them that they are almost rot
ten In many places.
And this is where the soiled linen
j of most of the people of Honolulu is
supposed to oe made clean.
Mexico, is about to move in the di-(
rection of stopping the vandals who
have been dismantling the homes of
the cliff dwellers, monuments of a
mortgage when due.
Notice is likewise given that the
property conveyed by the said mort
gage will be sold at Public Auction at
civilization older than the pyramids. ' gau Auctioneer, Queen St. Honolulu.
Mrs. Henry Wells Terry, a resident on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan
of Babylon, L. I., has one of the most uary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon,
complete and valuable collections of The property covered by said mort
blrds in America, which she inherit-' gage consists of all that piece or par-.
ed from her father, J. a Knoess. an cel of land situated on the Waikiki
ornithologist, known all over the side of Makiki Street near Wilder
world for his knowledge on this sub-! Ave?ue- Hnlul". aforesaid, and com
ject ' pns,nS"
1 All that piece or parcel of land con-
, ., . ttt j. taining an area of forty-two hundreths
NOTICE. i (42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki,
Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the
, piece or parcel of land described In
Notice is hereby given that intend- j Royal Patent 3690, Land Commission .
ing passengers per steamship "AO-! Aw.ard tms V:in,e-,,
RANGI." due to sail for the Colonies I Jether w-ith all .buildings, Im-,
,. 1C,. ., . , , proveraents, rights, easements, pnv-'
on the ISth mst, must apply for pas- ileges and appUrtenances thereunto'
sage not later than Thursday, the I belonging. i
3tn Inst. Terms Hash. T7nito.l Sfnroo rin!
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Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Biackthorne Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended for its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
The Hollister Drug Co.,
Old Crernorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
J. Hartmann & Co., ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. LTD.,
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. I
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
HOLMES & STANLEY.
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, December 23, 1901.
By his attorney in fact.
J. M. DOWSETT.
The undersigned beg to advise ship
pers that until further notice the rate '
of freight from San Francisco to llo-
nolulu by steamers of the Oceanic
Steamship Company will be $3.50 per
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. !
General Agents Oceanic Steamship I
Honolulu, January 10, 1902.' i
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
All persons are forbidden to tres-j
pass on the fishing rights t at Kaika.j
Walalua, Island of Oahu. Any person ,
trespassing or fishing will be prose-j
cuted to the full extent of the law.!
CHING AKINA. Lessee.
Notice is hereby given that I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted In the name of Mrs. S. C
Bertelmann or Mrs. L H. Kahilina. j
(Signed) MRS. I. H. KAHILINA. I
Honolulu. January 13th. 1902 I
A Gup of
To get a real good cup of Coffee
you'll have to start back of the ac
tual making. You'll have to look
to the roasting and grinding.
Is a high grade blend, but moder
30c. the pound.
Roasted three times a week and
ground three times a day from gooj
old Kona coffee. Always pure and
LEWIS & CO., ltd.
1066 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
From SOc to S3.00
PER YARD At
The PHONG FAT CO.
33 Xlnj- Street.
THESE ARE THE FINEST
GOODS EVER SHOWN IN HO
NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES
OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA
CLOTHS IN STOCK.
Is loaded up with Good Thlng3
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
PIES ju8t like
your Mother used
Cookies. Macaroons, Lady Fingers,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty styles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 cent3. Wo
can furnish you a box of delicious
candie worth a dollar elsewhere.
J. OSWALD IiTJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
The Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.
NOTICE OF MEETING.
We F. Wilson Co.,
A meeting of tha stockholders cf.
they have been In the official organ
tnd we preiunie that both official pro
ductions are set to the same tune.
When the farmer or laboring man on
the Mainland learns something from
Editor Cooper on the question of rents
in Honolulu, he is apt to ejaculate
and pause before breaking up his
household to camp on the side of
Punchbowl with its "advantages as a
place of residence."
If Hon. Henry E. Cooper Is an ex-j
will be the exception.
Browne That's what! Why, the
time will come when even the som-
. nambulist will become a "somnauto-
Thick and Thin.
"Miss Porkipack's portly. I
not be that."
Said envious Gladys Van Pelt;
"But even her bank account's vulgar
ly fat, ,
While mine is too sylishly soelte."
From the New York Press.
Two rounds never made a fighL
The liver has as much to do with
soul-sickness as with other kinds.
Company manners always wear
out if the company stays too long.
It takes women to support foreign
would missions, reading societies, and dude
When a bachelor thinks of his
mother he wants to get married;
when he thinks of his sisters he
wants to wait ahile.
tne Robert Grieve Publishing Com- . Q . ,, D. . . , 9
,,- -r ii.i . ,. u tt j i .v Tiie leading Plumbers of San Fran- 0
pany. Limited, is hereby called at the , " q
office of the Treasurer, J. H. Fisher. ; cisco- have decided to locate a per-
for SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th, manent establishment in Honolulu. 9
1SC2. at 3 o'clock p. m. Said meeting. This will give the residents of this 8
being for the purpose of discussing; .. ,, . , iO
fthe general business affairs of the r " opporanmy 01 navm5 weir p
Company. EDWIN S- GILL, j plnmbing done at reasonable rales by O
Secretary, j the most skillful mechanics In the!
Honolulu, Jan. 10th, 1902. , . . v , jr
i plumbing business. I X
AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
On Thursday, January 3xd. at 10
o'clock a." m., at my salesroom. 65 1
Queen street, Honolulu, I will sell at
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
Mender Tim Biiliiig.
Keep one at your bed-
side and throw light S
on the burglar " when o
ALSO SOME MORE
iS he c
conies a burgling' o
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.