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F. H. Redward
Contractor and Builder
42 Pnnnlihnwl Sirnpfi
"r Telephone BLUE 1701.
'' Jobbing Promptly Mlendedjo.
Telephone White SOL :
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
OSes and Shop:
Beretania. Near AJ&pai
SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
Where the feed is good, the con
ditions sanitary, attention kind
and prompt, and
James Brown, Proprielor
Wm. J. ARNOLD, Manager.
HAS CONSTi.NTLY OK HAND
CHOICE LIKE OF
FJhr Lbe and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Two deliveries dally to any place
withla city limits t 9 a. m. and 3
Customers desiring to have their
orders delivered are respectfully re
quested to call and leave the same
nrtor to the hours above named.
IKjJlLi . . XLJo-
Delivered to all parts of
Oahu Ice &
Phone 3161 Bliio
-FOR ONE WEEK ONLV
BIG SHIRT WAIST SAEiE LAST
ALL IMPORTED GOODS of
stylish iashions. Don't
Saturday, Jan. lth.
A. A. MONTANO, Prop
H. F. DAVISON, Mgr.
$ ARLINGTON BLOCK.
I Phone Main oil.
HE TERRITORY STARffi
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.
Room , EHie Building. Hotel Street.
THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS.
No Mors Dresd cf the Denial Chslr.
Teeth extracted and Siled z.iEofe:elr
without pain bv or late seixtlnc
methods. No sleep-producing agents
or cocaine. These are the only dental
parlors ia Honolulu that have the pat
ent appliances and ingredients to ex
tract, fill and ar?lr gold crowns and
porcelain crowns, undetectable iron:
natural teeth, and warranted for ten
year3, -without the least particle of
pain. Gold crowns and teeth without
plates, gold fillingc and all other den
tal work done painlessly and 07 spe
cialists. Gold crowns, $5; full set teeth, $5;
bridge work, $5;gold fillfng, $"V vp;
silver fillings, 5Gc.
Any work that should not prove sat-
i Isfactory will be attended to free of
charge any time within 5 years.
"We are making a specialty of gold
crowns and bridge work; the most
beautiful, painless and durable of all
dental work known to the profession.
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best. We
have a specialist in each department
Best operators, best gold workmen
and extractors of teeth; In fact, all the
staff are inventors of modern dentis
try. We will tell you in advance ex
actly what your work will cost by free
examination. Give us a call and you
will find we o exactly as we adver
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from S a. m. to 6 p. xn.
Make appointments for evening
Wela Ka Hao Saloon.
Tumble in some day!
McKENZIE & THOMPSON, Prop's.
the very latest and morf
forget, it will close on fe
P. 0. Box 57.
SUGAR IS LOWER
SAT WILLET AND GRAY
NEK YORK. Janaary a. Raws ae
ctfned l-e sals week. ReSaed ir
regalar. Net cask oaot&doas are:
Mttscovados, 3-1 5c; Ceatrifagals 3,
52c; Graaateted, AASAMc Re
ceipts. 24.56$ was. Metdags. 12,04
teas. Total stock ia Foar Ports,
1M.SU toes, against 11S.0C4 tons last
week, ana M.tot teas last year.
"-m -T , . 1.
bar?, 6s M per cwt for S-S dec. aaal-j
ysis. First marks German Granulat-
Lj L 0 b Hamburg. Ss 4 l-2d, equal
4.29c. Xew York, doty paid.
Estimated afloets to the United
States from Cuba aad West ladies.'
15.000 tons; Javas" 10,000 tons; Ha
waii, ISjMO tons; Europe. 10.000
tons; Peru, Demersra. &c. 25.009
tons: total 75.000 tons, against SO,-;
000 tons last year. !
Spot Foreign Granulated The de-j
mand Is light and the suply veryi
small. Fine Austrian, 4.50c asked, i
For import Dutch Granulated, prompt !
shipment, 10s, 10 l-2d c and f. FfneJ
Austrian Granulated for prompt ship-,
ment, 10s. c and f. j
. . , .. T " , , ; lmption of all sugar, foreign and
tistical position shows stocks in the ; t,omestic ,n the cnUre countrv. in
United States and Cuba together of t cuding the Pacific Coast, to have
160,633 tons, against 143,064 tons last j been 2. 372,316 tens, against 2,21?.S47
week and 79,402 tons last year, an in-j tons in 1900. an increase of 152.169
crease of S1.231 tons over last year.
Statistics by Special Cables.
Cuba The six principal ports
Receipts, 6,000 tons; Exports. S00
tons; Stock. 30,000 tons, against 10
200 tons last year; 50 Centrals grind
ing against 4S last year.
Europe Stocks, 6,623,000 tonL
against 2,147,549 tons last year.
Total stocks of Europe and America,
2,753,633 tons against 2,226,951 " tons
last year at the same uneven dates
and 2.367.756 tons at the even date of
Dec. 1, 1900. The excess of stock Is
556.CS2 tons, against an excess of
541,322 tons last week, and a defici
ency of S6.9S3 tons December 27th,
Hamburg 1,000 tons raw shipped
to America. No engagements, 450
tons refined shipped.
Review of Raws.
The year just closed proved to be
such that raw sugars made a con
stant and regular decline from its
beginning to its ending. The new
year opens with a surplus amount of
sugars in sight for its consumption a
great deal larger than ever before, as
well as at the lowest prices ever re
corded, both for cane and beet su
gars Were it not that prices are
below the cost of production in all
parts of the world, it would naturally
be expected that lower prices would
prevail during the coming campaign,
but being so low, there is little room
left for further decline without ruin
to producers in all directions. Hence
it would seem possible that even with
such immense quantities of sugar in
sight, some means may be devised
to check a further decline to material
i extent we are inclined to think the
; prices are near the bottom and, while
i ... ....
we look for no material improve
ment under existing conditions, we
can see a fairly steady mar
ket ahead. Beet sugar further declin
ed to 6s 6d, the lowest price yeL
Cuban Sugar Held Back.
Cuba has begun to turn her present
cane crop into sugar, under these
unfavorable conditions, but thus far
none of the new crop has arrived in
the United States, and wherever pos
sible the planters will be disposed
to hold It back for reduction of duty.
This condition may also tend to
check a further decline.
The British West Indies are send
ing some sugars forward, the first
of which have already arrived and a
portion have been sold this week!
at 3rvc for 96 per cent centrifugals,
showing l-32c decline for the week.
Other receivers will place their su
gars in store rather than sell on the
terms which huyers now offer.
The Brazil crop has come freely to
market and has ben rapidly disposed
ARGENTINA AND CHILE
AT LAST IN HARMONY
BUENOS AYRES tvia Galveston).
J January 6. The declaration by Chile'
j relative to the meaning of the para-
j graphs of the Yanes-Portela protocol ;
, concernlug the policing of the terri- j
tor)- kniwn as Ultima Esperanza aroj less. telegraphy between Point Reyes
satisfactory to Argentina. Insomuch ' d tke FaraiJoa Viands, and provid
as the points wherein Argentina con-fjn:. sultab,e bu!Idlncs on the islands
sidered herself aggrieved by Chile ; accomxaOaa0oB of employes,
have been provided for. the two Gov.I . ,
ernments will approve the para
graphs in question, thus putting an
end to the claims arising from the)
Ultima Esperanz3 incident. Public
j opinion is satisfied, and -expresses its
approval of the energetic attitude of
the Argentina Government.
The Republican, j
of. leaving rery Httle for sale.
Thm J .r ka -n irt
ftl-TVV? injt HttaA ler -U we- rah f-o I
----,, Mw.mrwKi, mo , -a . c
gardtag tae next seesea's crop.
Hawaii and Porto Rico.
Porto Rco has received the fall
benefit ia prices of the duty taken
off entirely front aer production, the
, amount of production being too small
. maVa air tntwA:iwt niiAB irnAtn.
The Hawaiian Island crop of the
tyear received, also, fall benefit at-
"taehiac to free sugars and the com
in? crop, during Januarv and later
will, also, have the same benefit. It
only remains as far as adjustment of
duties are concerned for Congress to
i uecieo wnai snail oe uoae ior me wu-
ban and Philippine interests, which
questions are now up for discussion,
with tfao probability of decision in
favor of both these countries before
the present session of Congress ends.
Consumption cf Sugar.
We give herewith our annual fig
ares of the sugar trade of the United
States. They show the total con-
tons, or say 6.S1 per cent increase.
The consumption of 1901 consisted of
292,150 tons domestic cane sugar, 124,
S59 tons domestic beet sugar, 5,000
tons maple sugar, 17.977 tons molass
es sugar, a total of 439.9S6 tons dem
ettic production and 1,672,429 tonj of
foreign cane sugar, 217.2S6 tons of
foreign raw beet sugar and 42.515
tons of foreign refined, a total of 1,
932,330 .tons of sugar from foreign
countries and Insular Possessions (of
which 309,070 tons Hawaiian, 66,279
tons Porto Rican and 5,100 tons Phil
ippine). The amount of refined sugar which
went into consumption in 1901 was 2.
LS7.S2S tons, cf which the American
Sugar Refining Co. manufactured 1,
325,406 tons, or 57.9 per cent; the in
dependent refiners S12.C4S tons, or
35.5 per cent.; the beet sugar fac
tories, which make refined sugar,
107 S59 tons, or 4.7 per cent., and the
foreifm refiners 42.515 tons, or 1.9 per
cent.: S4.4SS tons were consumed in
til raw or plantation condition. The
undistributed stock of refined sugar
we estimate at 30,000 tons, against
30,000 tons last year. The most im
portant of the independent refiners is
the National S. R. Co.. having manu
factured 276,000 tons rs fined.
The difference between raw and re
fined in 1901 averaged 1.003c. per lb.,
against .754c. per lb. in 1900.
Trust's Annual Meeting.
In 1900 the total amount of refined
sugar which went into consumption
was 2.219.S47 tons of which the Am
erican Sugar Refining Company. man
ufactured 1.465,349 tons, or 6S.5 per
cent.; the independent refiners 627,
137 tons, or 2S.7 per cent; the beet
sugar factories, which make refined
sugar, tS,jat tons, or 3.1. per cent,
and the foreign refiners 17,743 tons,
or .3 per cent. There were 51,232
tons consumed in the raw or planta
The annual meeting of this com
pany will be held in Jersey City on
Wednesday. January Sth, at nocn.
At this meeting two directors are to
be elected in place of Mr. John E.
Parsons and Mr. Lowell M. Palmer
whose terms of office will then ex
pire.. These gentlemen will doubtless
be re-elected directors as the board
unanimously recommend such action.
Duty on Cuban Sugar.
The proposition to make Cuba su
gars free is gaining friends daily. Mr.
Oxnard, realizing" the strength of this
movement, has made a counter prop
osition that duties remain as they
are, but that a bounty be paid by our
government to Cuban planters on
their production of sugar. We now
merely quote from the Washington
dispatch of January 2de 1302, to the
"New York Herald." as follows:
Senator Piatt, of Connecticut, had
a long conference with President
Roosevelt tcday on the Cuban situa
tion. On coming away from the
White House he said. In answer to a
question concerning the proposed
bounty to Cuban planters. "I have
not heard that anybody is very en
thusiastic over the proposition ex-
i cepl Mr. Oxnarti
TO THE FARALLONES
WASHINGTON. Jan. 6. Secretary
Gage has written a letter to Secretary
Wilson granting -permission to the
Weather Bureau to establish stations
fqr conducting experiments in wire-
It is the desire of Chief Moore to es
tablish this service as soon as possi
ble, and he believes Point Reyes-Far-allon
stations are the best adapted to
experimental pnrposes. Whm the
system is established the lookouts at
the Farailones will report shipping.
weathtr renditions, etc
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The fcITvarrs transactions in. real
estate have been recorded:
Recorded January S. 1902.
31 L Harmb to it A. S. Christo.
agreeaeat: in re erection of baiWin?
and control cf premises. Karalani -
. .. 1 .- T. - ,
vraci- "". " ---
Pse 4SL Dated Sptabr 24. 151
I V. it. de Soaza and wif to Hoao-
laia Brewiar & MaJttsg Company.
Limited: deed: Grant S7C2. HoaaaXa-
fea, Hoaofeia. Oaao; SZW) Book 234.
paee 25. Bst-d Decmbr 9. 1S1
M. Kapola and hasbasd to L. L.
McCaadtees: deed; Ap. J, R. P. S7
Kai. 3X79. W&tmatu. Ewa, Oasis: il
Book 234. page 23. Datfd- December
Recorded Janwsry 9, 132.
Kapioteni Estate. Liashad. to W. r
Acai; partial release; lots 21 and -
block 9. Kapioiani tract, Hoaol"'"
Oahu: $65. Book 232. page 33. Dat
ed Janaary 7. 192.
A. K. Campbell to W. C. Achi.
partial release; lots 21 aad 29. block
5, Kapioiani tract. Honolulu. Oahu
51. Book 232. page 33. Dated Jan
wary 7. 1902.
Youag Yaa et al. to J. Andra-l-3
mortgage: portions Ap. 1. Kul 3W
and Grant 55, Kekaelflce street. Ho
nolulu, Oahu: 52000. Boob 232. pag-3-1
Dated January 9: 1992.
Kapioiani Estate. Limited, to W C
Achi; partial release: lot 21. b!o 1.
6. Kapioiani tract. Honolulu. Oa: i
$325. Book 232. page 37. Dated Jan
uary S. 1902.
A. K. Campbell to V.. C. Achi.
partial release; lot 21. block 6. Kapio
lani tract. Honolulu. Oahu: $1. Book
232. page 37. Dated January S. 1902
F. Strauch and husband to A. Gar
vie; mortgage; portion Kul. So. Nuu-
anu valley. Honolulu, Oahu. $25rt.
Book 232. page 3S. Dated Januarv 9,
Recorded January 10, 1902.
A. Congdon to Theo. F. Lansing:
power of attorney; general powers.
Book 224, page 4S5. Dated December
P. F. Ryan and wife to C. Brown;
mortgage; portion Grant 34S5. Kalihi.
Honolulu. Oahu: $1000. Book 230,
page 193. Dated January 10. 1902.
Recorded January 11, 1902.
Thomas Metcalf et al. to H. Focke:
partial deed; one-half of Grant SS2.
one-half cf Grant US, Manoa Honolu
lu, Oahu; SI. Book 231. page 143.
Dated January 2. 1902.
P. Neumann et al. to Thcs. Metcalf:
partial deed: one-half Grant SS2. one
half Grant IIS. Manoa. Honolulu.
Oahu; SI. Book 231. page 145. Dated
January 2. 15f2.
P. Neumann et al .to E. M. Ikaika:
partial deed: one-fourth of Grant
SS2. one-fouith of Grant US. Manoa.
Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Bcok 231. page
124. Date January 2, 1902.
H. A. Jaeger to Bank of Hawaii.
Limited; chattel mortgage; live
stock, tools, buildings, etc.. Wahiawa.
etc, Kauai; S3000. Book 230, page
195. Dated January 10, 1902.
Wong Yee Chan and wife to J. E.
Fullerton; mortgage; piece land. Ka
palama, Honolulu, Oahu; $212.50
Recorded January 13, 1902.
Honuaiwa to H. Akona; lease; por
tion R. P. 6916. Kul. 3915 and build
ing, Waimea, Hawaii; ten years, at
S70. Book 22S, page 447. Dated De
cember 23, 1901.
E. L. Estep to W. H. Beers et al.:
assignment of mortgage; mortgage
Kahoaka and wife in R. P. 796S, Kul
S327. Otihi, Hamakua. Hawaii; $320
Book 1S7, page 233. Dated March 2,
Remaining in the Honoluu Postoffice
Up to January 11, 1902.
Anderson, Bart Lucas, Hattio
Allen, Mrs L
Archer, G H
Allen. T M
Barrett, Hilda S
Berry, Cpt H H
Brown, Cpt J W
Brown, W J
Burns, W M
Calmane, Mrs H
Chapin, F H
Marriner, J S
Norton, Miss I
North, W E
Palmer. F C (2)
Paris, Mrs Thos
Parker, J R
Pierce, Mrs MA
Clark. Miss Clark Redone, E
Com ad, Geo Regan, J J
Cockett, Mrs L Reid, Dr R K
Coulson. Pearl Rieger. W M
Coulson, Maria Rickard, Mrs W
Cockett. Mrs I L H
Craig, May Rice, Geo B
Decker, Jos Rice, Mr
Dorland. P M Rickard. Henri
Donnelly, Sadie Rickard, Nellie
Duggan. R J (2) Robinson. T R
Duncan. R Rhoten. H H
Ellsworth, Sg't J Simpson. Mrs B
f E Smith. E C
Flor, SIgard Smith, E K
Gosiinsky, Mrs E Smith. Henrv S
Grandm, Mrs F Smythe, Mrs
Gnrney, W II
HalL Annie (2)
Haas. E F
Harris, Miss R
Hagen. Mrs G
Herd. Thos (2)
Hearne. E W
Heen. Wm H
Holt, Miss A
Hunt. John F
JulL Mrs Anna
Stillman. Mrs C
Stacy, Mrs C
Todd. Mrs John
Thompson. J E
Thornton. W H
Vogt. G H
Werner. Mrs J
A "West Watson
White. A M
Wilson. Jas B
Woolsey. G S
Wright, Sarah W
Jeweit, Mrs W
James, W W
Late. Gus M
Loncks, F H
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