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THE HQXOLTXU REUBLIGvt TUESDAY, JANUARY. iA i$B5.
Moving American Troops is
Very Costly to Government.
, troops an J freight by private firms.
j Government transports cannot car
LITELY FIGHT FOR THE SERYIGEj pound of private freight to the;
J Philippines unless by direct coaseat
i of the War Department. j
JAMES J. HILL WANTS BUSINESS
FOR GREAT NORTHERN ROAD
AND TS branch, ,
New York Capital Interested In Pa-
Movements to Abol ,
dc Coast Movements id uv,.-,
Mi Army Service to Philippines
M rrir,h utwfmtnt to Manila
Possible Under Existing Con-'
dUioos Oriental Trade,
SAX FRAKCI8C0. Jan. U.-Tbe -
invteju of nr millions of dol-I
Ur in a atiohlp lie cea aan,
FranoMco turn u iTiuippme iwaau,
is Mkrty to take place shortly it the ; 5j4.ooo.OOO for cost of transportation
Koveratoeot aboWahoi Its present J 0f troops.
transport service, as aaaoanced in; Most of this sum was to meet the
dispatches received from Washing-, expenses of the transport service. It
ion yesterday i ,B Btated that the comparison of the
' Mr ... va-inHc'eost of transporting officers and men
For more Un a year the varloKS, & anJ the
coamerchil boJIes of San Francisco , expen.e of transp0rtinF them in
hare urged the government to gm-i
some of Its transport business to pri-
vate carriers. The Chamber of Com-j
merco, tae lioaro 01 irane. ihj .uui-ieti irom ine use oi inaie uips un
chanU' Association and arios other; the Pacific
business organisations have worked j Money Invested in Service.
steadllv to foster tho formation of a
private line between the port and Ma-
nils sad hae sught to divert some ,
.i, .1 .rmnt business from the,
traaspor . -,,. nf ,'
Tbe news that Secretary of War
Root has advocated lfore the House
Military Anairs wnnwiuw l ..uw. ;
lahmeat of the transport service on-,
Urely and the establishment of a pri-.
rate line of steamers from this PV',
to Manila was hailed with great Inter-'
eat by the business community ves-'
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Lively rigni oevween viinijiiiiis.
That there will be a lively fight be
tween various steamship lines to so-
cure the government business of
handling troops and supplies is assur-'
od by the information that the Pacific
Mall Steamship Company and tho Pa
rlac Coast Company already have
their representative In Washington,
preparing' the way to winning the
choice plum that Uncle Snm will have
A rumor was afloat yesterday that
James J. Hill of the Great Northorn
mad would also enter the lists and
try to secure the government, busi
ness for his railroad and for tho
steamships that he proposes to P"l
on the broad Pacific ocean.
in April 01 jw i" - "" "'(two days out from Lower California.
three went from San Francisco to in-; wherp sho for several days prac.
lereat the government in a proposed tc,ng wku her largQ ,mSf anJ having
W. WcNear. representing the Merch-
-" - --
ants Exchange, AMiw urngnn iortame drect to HonolulUt sho wU1;
Uw Board of Trade, and George A.jstBv abma ton d Mld tnQa saJ1 for;
ywhnll for the Chamber of Com-
These prominent san i-rancisco
basittess ma w received by Sec
retary of War Root and by Prestdont
McKialey. and from these two offici
als the heartiest assurance; were re-
eelved that a private line between thoj
poinu named would receive encour-1
agemeat at the hands of the SOvorn-tme
Steamshlp Lines to Compete. j
THe broad step of selling tho trans-
j.HWts and 5iiaK tho government,
bMiinese to prl-to lines is the result)
.Ot aovemnt inaugurated by the!
-Padae Mall Steamship Company and
ute PaciHc Coast Company.
York eapltaltets aro deeply interested 1
In th aovoment and their reprosen-'
..4-. .ni vntoh ik situation at.
NEW YORK INTERESTED.
-AVASHINGTON. Jan. 10. New ' tence for tssauit ana oattery on tne
York capltnl b deeply interested In blgh seas.
the movement inaugurated by -the . He was along the waterfront yes
Paeiilc Mail Steamship Company i terday renewing acquaintances, and
and the Pacific Coast Steamship j incidentally paid a visit to his old
Company for the abolition of the ar- vessel whlci is now lying at the rail
aiy transport service. Represents : iotd wharf.
Uvee of the PaciSc Mail Company Last March the Hesper arrived at
are now in Washington and agents Honolulu from Newcastle. There had
of the Pacific Coast Company are ex-! Wen some trouble In the forecastle
peeled here in a few days. Thvse during the run and, on arrival here,
aentlemen Mill immediately apply two cf the sailors filed complaints
pressure to tho administration and -against the captain and mate. The
to Ccngress for the purpose of stop-j entire crew were held at witnesses
ping the transportation of troops 1 and tho result was that both master
ad arav freight In Government and mate were convicted.
transports ana va? irusivr uj "
bHBlnens to private steamships-
Secrcury Root has indicated that
bo. is in favor of sac. action the mo-
ment.Congrees passes a law author!-
ing- tne granting 01 Amcncaa
ters to twenty three transports now
f AJ "Kw fc f!ATrnTnftTit- "WThATl f
t clvea American charters these ships
) will briar a algk rlce. bat If soW
under taeJr present charters tie Got-;
" eminent wBl not receive iae4r value ;
Transports Carry No Frtignt. j
It 4s claimed by opponents of tae'
anav transport service that It is np-
erated at a mock greater expose
tatloa of soldiers and freight can be
done cheaper by private lines. More
over, the advisability of enlarging t
American trade wits the Orient ana
encoaraciac private shlp-bolldtne en-(
terarises are advanced as strong
reasons for the transportation or :
OSclale of the War Department ex-
plain that the reason way Pate
Ki.omc.hin liMe will lie able to ban -
.w -- ..-
Gow?raiaeat b.a cheaper
than the transport service is
toey ePy Lmw r "ar e"Bttet place. Professor Koebele . went
ana jnv w.vr.-. ... . ,
-. Gov4rnmeat trans-
Costly to Government.
The crew of a Pacific Mail steamer ,
receives an average of $7.50 per .
Qa iTtLQSporiS mea receive
.v naaaliv civen to white sailors. ,
.,; S,eu iu Wu.u .. ,
i t t - .!. a fHa. tlin Avnnner
i- "l"'" J" ' ""V
in his estimates for the expenses
I . x.- J..-J v- - cl
"" au"-. lue "" "J "'
'..u. c-o-,- Runt iinnn rernm- i
meBdaUon Quartermaster Gener- i
&1 jdin-ton. submlued an item of
Governmcnt vessels shows that the
ormer method is cheaper. The same
resuit. It is predicted, will be obtain-!
Tno Government has an enormous!
amount of money Invested in the J
iransporto now ping uvi.wi.-eu oau
Francisco and the Philippine Islands,
Among tho more expensive vessels
are the GranL Logan. Sherman, Sher-
Thomas and Hancock- The
purcna80 price of the first five named
was jG60000 each and lhat 0f the
The Kilpatrick. Egbert, Warren
t"d Meade were purchased at figures
similar to those paid for the first '
five named ships, and repairs and j
fittings on the vessels increased the
cost to more than $1,000,000 in each
U. S. S. SHIP MOHIGAN
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU
THREE HUNDRED BOYS ON HER.
Training Vessel Comes Direct rom
Lower California and Cuts Hilo
Out of Program Will Stay in the
Harbor for About Ten Days.
The U. S. traininc shin Mohican ar
riVeii here yesterday morning, and an
ehorod In naval, row. She was thirty-
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,.s iii iis a iiLLiL' uuiiiuii (.iiiiv.
he Monlcan lHd llot caI1 at mio but
SQUth gofls oi ft cruIs(?
Thero are three hundred boys on
the vessel, and they will be given
shoro lonvo during their stay. They
are on their first cruise at sea and
most of them are California boys.
Tlmlr he.ilfh is ovcollont and so far.
hftW onjoyed theIr sea lifc vorv
Jfc g j that bv the
the Moh!can rctnms to San
Francisco, the boys will havo be-
u,,,,, acQuainted with all
Q( 1fe and win
oyer tQ the Mar0 ,s,and
mtv goQd iu rouQ(1 aolo
SODERGREN IS A FREE MAN.
Bark Hesper Released
I From Oahu Jail.
. . .
uaptutz. soaergron. ex-maoier 01
the bark Hesper, was released from
the Oahu Jail yesterday morning
where he has been serrlng a long sen-
New Ice Crearc Parlors.
D. G. Camarlnos has recently open
ed up a dainty and neat ice cream
&,: dean and testr. Ice 1
caa.-jcreaEl! cool brinks, etc. Don't fail to
AGBIGULT ORAL WORK AT IIHIAWI,?; JJ j5S&
pRQFESSOR K0EBELE AND
BUCHHOL2 ARE PLEASED
AT THE PROGRESS.
Excellent Patches of Fruit on Island
of Oahu-With Water Anything '
Can Be Raised Successfully ,
Numbers cf Ladybirds to be Dis-.
tributed to- Eradicate Pest.
Tmtexr VTuhnlo r.nd Mr Hitch-;
K haye rewrMd froai
L. - ,l .r - , ,,-.: ,.
,E inn let inn t :ini:iu:i liihiii
-esp-, toog .
, iatn tb nrrlmJriiral wnrlc Actv.p at-
,1tfl tJe gpecjai Intention of making i
ftvM,Bitlrtn rt, ,.ur . ' Q nt,J?
j other noxious insects. He found '
bo ever, mai u iou eunj . tac
season for these insects to be numer-
The professor does not believe that ,
the cut worms will be so numerous ;
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on land wnich nas just ueen oroKen ,
ii.n tliol unmhur frnHnnllv iHminlsh.
l tl", "Vv "",' :;T..i.
insr the loneer the soil is under cul-
tivation unUl at last they practically ,
Great Agricultural Progress.
The professor spoke with much
praise of the agricultural progress of '
Wahiawa. Sugar cane grows splen j
didly up there especially on the high-!
er elevations where rain is more J
abundant. Mr. Eame's patch of cane
lc in ocMntlnnfill,. fin n Prncin. i
pies are doing so well there that Pro -
fessor Koebele says that it would be
hard t0 find better patches of this
fruit anywhere. Bananas and many
other fruits are also doing well and
as soon as the farmers can irrigate
their lands from the large irrigation
ditch, which is at present being con-
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tural Company they will be able to
raise practically anything success
fully. After the Ladybird.
Professor Koebele will start on the
KInau for Hilo today. He will prob-
'ably stay on the big island for about
a week. His object is to gather a
large number of a certain species of
ladybird. Eriococcus, which he will
bring with him for distribution on
this island. These ladybirds, which
were imported from Australia a few
5 ears ago by the professor, are very
useful as they live on the black scale,
Rhizobius. which is at present mak
ing its appearance in large quanti
ties on many fruits here, alligator
pears, flgs and guavas being especial
ly subject to its attacks
This species of ladybird has not
been seen in Oahu but is quite nu
merous on Hawaii, it being found in
especially large numbers in the for
ests of Hamakua rlghtabove Hono-I
kaa. The scale has not made its ap-I
pearance at all in this place so thei
professor finds that it is evident that
it must be able to get nourishment on
some other substance.
Professor Koebele will distribute a
large number of the bugs on this isl
and to counteract the scale whicn, a!
though it is not reallv verv injurious.
sun injures the appearance of the
fruit which it attacks.
GONE TO LAST REST
FRANK BROWN DIED YESTERDAY
Well Known Business Man and. Poli
tician Passed Away After Long
Illness From Heart Disease 1
Will Be Buried Tcday.
Yesterday morning at 9:15 Frank
Brown, one of the best known kama-J
ainas of this city, died from valvular '
disease of the heart, from which hej
had been suffering for a number ot!
The deceased was 61 years of age.
He was born in England near London j
snri r.imo tn TTnu-nii twifh his narnts
in 1S46. In 1S53 he went to attend
school In Connecticut. After leaving
school he was in business in New
York until 1S63 when hp returned to
the islands via Panama. He was
with Janion. Green & Co., and later
became manager of his uncle's liquor
business. When this was sold to the
I Macfarlane's he started In the same
business himself in which he was en
gaged until his death.
Frank Brown leaves behind LIm his
T-l An nin Tlff. f wni t -. T1m Jj'W
. TC Mn v-.w u--
irfc. -1--- M a vt v ur x-jjjjg
ituiir ul Lavt'i;ct-, iuumia
Brown, a"nd a brother to Godfrey.
Cecil and Malcolm Brown and Mrs.
Alex. Mackintosh. He was a mem
ber of the legislature three times
end was a Democratic candidate in
fThe funeral will take place from
the late residence of Mr. Brown.
Klng street, this afternoon at 3:30.
The interment will be in the family
lot la Nuuann cemetery. Rev. Alex
ander Mackintosh will ofaclate.
The pall-bearers are as follows:
- n Holt- F- w- andenbers
J. H. Soper, O. St. John Gilbert, Geo,
Smithlea'rrd- C"M. T. Foster.
Retraining in the Honolulu PcstoffTce ,
Up to January 13, 1903. J
AHen...Mrs Miner, Geo Jr j
Amine. John F Mitchell. Lewis M
Atkinson, H W Miles. C E
Morse. 3Uss L E J
Bernard. Mrs S
Miss B. K (2
McDougal. W P
Pettus. T H
Pickard. Mary K
Bowen, Mrs. G
iBovle. Mrs R A Porter. K G
BrunaW. Jacob Poter. Jo
i TreTK rr T" Tn-.-.ll TT
BnmleJ. M BRandall Wtu A
Brown, J W Rankin. Gey
Brown. Mrs John Reach. M C
Carroll. Capt F WRoberts. Clarence
S.in ford Mrs G H
Shoemaker, Mrs Li
Smith. Jas K j
Spencer. G R
Steele, Miss A
Steward, Mrs C
Summers. Mrs A
r-AK- .. -. ti
""Reginald J TrT 7 S
f2l Thnmrnon. Thos
Cole, Geo A Toyre. Thos E
wiui, jus v, .-v lueuiis, l.
Collins. Mrs K A'on Gunther, W
JS MoleS Tho
Cookf Chas A Warf Rud A
Davis, Mrs D D
Dawson. J G
Decker ,W S
Walton, H P
Walters, Mrs G
-Waikamilo Camp ,
Whitney. Sadie M
.White, Wni D
White. Chas E '
Dennis, tva H
Mr and Mrs F
Green, Mrs Porter Wilson, J II
Hancock, Mrs E Packages
, Halversou. C (2)
Andrew, Mrs S J
Berry. H W (2)
Brown. Clara L
Clark, Mrs M E
Cooper, F F (2)
Connor, H V
jjaber, J (2)
Hall Mrs Maria
Hines, Mrs F E
Howe. A W
Hogan, J G
JaCObSOH. t Ted
IJ - , DerLMrsM
j Judd Mra Bonn5e Hight Harrj.
IT1r fill 1I Tjrtf' J m J ." fc
Kennedy, Mrs A
Lang. John A
Lundohl, C B
I Klitz. Admiral
Klitz, Maj Gen
Knight. H W
Lamb, Miss XE2 O'Connor, Mrs N
Lewis, Master M Richard, Geo (2)
Long, Mrs G A Simpson, Nellie E
Logan, James Stewart, Gilchrist
Mease, Constant St Leon. Miss
(2) Ward, Arthur F
Miles, Chas E Webster, A M
Miles, A Wheeler, Mrs H
When calling for these letter please
ask for "Advertised."
JOS. M. OAT, Postmaster.
Call up Pnonc zia ann net our ficure
ou itookliimling and Uulin?t Republican
When the Clock
Every morning begins the racs
San Francisco to Chicago
ONLY 4 DAYS TO NEW YOBK.
-641 Market Street
Leave Market Street Ferry Depc.t:
9:00 a. m., 4.30 p. m., S p. m-, 7:20
9:00 a. m. train is the California
Limited, carrying Palace Sleeping
Cars and Dinlg Cars through to Chl
cagcC Chair Cars run to Bakersfield
for accommodation of local first-class
passengers. No second-class tickets
honored oa y, 1 correspond-
tj-jin arrives 7:05 a. m., dally.
4:20 p. m. is Stockton, Merced and
Fresno IccaL Corresponding- train ar
rives at 12:30 p. ta., daily.
S:00 p. m. is the Overland Express,
with through Palace and Tourist
Sleepers and Free Reclinig Chair
Cars to Chicago; also Palace Sleeper
which cuts out at Fresno. Correspond
ing train arrives at 6:00 p. a., daily.
7:20 a. m. is Bakersfield Xocal. stop
ping at all points in San Joaquin Val-
jley. Corresponding train arrives -at
$:40 a. ra., daily.
OFFICES 41 Market St, and la
Ferry Depot, San Francisco.
W. G. IRWIN & CO.,
j VIA THE
Cream of Chocolate
A pure beverage of great benefit
to invalids and children.
YOU CAN GET IT AT
The Complete Process
of repainting a carriage necessi
tates sometimes the puttius: on
of as many as 16 COATS of
Iead Paint, Filliug Paint, Color
Paint and Rubbing Varnish, and
only then is it ready for the final
that are brought to ns go through
all this and more, the old paint
is burnt off and every three coats
of lead are pnmice stoned off
smooth and wheu we let it go out
of the Shops you could not tell
it from a new one.
Bring in Your Old Looking
Chariot and Have it Resurrected.
W. W. WRIGHT,
Cube and Granulated.
PARAFLYE PAISST CCVS
Paints, Compounds and Baildinf.
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof Cold-water Paint, In
side and outside: in white and
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for
sugar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fer
tilizers and finely ground Bone
STEAM PIPE COVERING.
FITTER, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
CEMENT. LIME & BRICKS
I WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia. Pa., U. S. A
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.,
fManf "VnMnnnl f!ona 5hPllOI,
Newark, U. S. A. j
ohlardt & co.,
san xt rar
RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE .
WORKS. San Francisco. Cal.)
Furniture Work a Specialty.
All Orders Promptly Executed.';'
SING LEE TAI
54o King Street Hc-lulu, H. l.J
Sun Wing Lung Co.
K. YAU TOUNQ. Manager.
Corner Alakea k. King; St3.
FRUITS and FRESH OYSTERS
by avery boat.
Goods Delivered Free.
mm press fob n
A CYLINDER PRESS, in aoad con
ditlon Just the Pre for a Weekly
Paper. Will be sold at a Bargain.
Apply at REPUBLICAN OFFICE.
E. f . Jordan's
Is Still On.
HE advertiser's best
rhlch he obtains
One medium which
extent is the circular or bookleL The circular or
booklet Is always Ineffective, unless It is very handsome y
handsome enough to attract tho eye of the man to whom It V
is sent, no matter how
some enough to do this
tour cents apiece. There Is the mailing to count in (two
cents a copy, of course); there Is the trouble la getting a list
of names, and in addressing. Altogether the cost will figure
up to aboat seven cents a copy for a good booklet. Two
thousand circulation In a booklet Is very large. Two thou
sand circulation at Eeven cents Is $110. I propose to show
that ycu can Invest $140 In newspaper apace and get returns
five fold of what you would gel through a booklet.
Newspaper Space Is Valuable jj
In the first place, there Is the cost. For $140 you can get
a good-sized space in a newspaper of good circulation for
quite a long time. You know your newspaper rates; you can
figure it out to suit your own instance much better than I
can. So much for cost
Mow for Effectiveness
You must tell your
going to cost An advertisement without a price Is llko moat V,
without salt It will do you no good. How can you put JJ
prices in a booklet when you are doing a strictly retail bua-
ness? You havo competitors; you have to chango your
prices constantly to meet theirs, and to meet other cxl- Jj
gencles. The first change of a price will kill tho effective- y
ness of a booklet, and where are you? Your advertisement '
In a newspaper may be changed as canv times as voa de-"1 '
sire. You are constantly UD-to-date. " " 2
Any kind of a newspaper has more circulation than you 2
can obtain through a booklet for 5140. Newspapers reach 5
the heart of the home. Every one reads them, and they are
far more certain to obtain close attention than any printed V
matter which you would send. If you sent printed matter y
of your own accord to persons who do not know you you
would be putUng yourself face to face with them without a
guarantee: They have nothing to judge the quality of your
goods by, and they can only take what you say on our own
paper and In your own way. Anybody can say as much aa
When your matter annears In a. n.wBannnr nt cn.i ir.n. -Y-
Iatlon and good standing, the newspaper Is a guarantee for .V.
what you say. Newspapers arc always particular as to whom -v
their advertisers are. (I speak of good newspapers always.) v
lour ad3 will gain a value besides their Inherent one. They V
will be vouched for, and this Is not to be despised. You Z
have a certain fluctuating trade, which is alwavs valuable v
and which needs some sort of an Introduction to vour store. V.
This introduction the newspaper gives you. " v-
! I Good Paper Adds Dignity
You are kfjwa 6y the company you keep, you kaew,
and if your ads appear In a paper which holds Itself up be
fore the masses as a leader, you will be known as a patron
of what Is good, and vou will obtain trade from those whom
It is worth trading with.
On all scores I consider newspaper advertising by far
the best- On the score of cheapness; on the score of being
able to constantly change your announcements; oa the score
of direct and immediate returns; and on the score of being
introduced to people, to strangers, as a store which can a
ford to announce Its news to every one In a dignified and
straightforward manner, and this Is the manner which brings
trade that pays.
The above article, written by one of the best-Informed
advertising men in the country. Is In line with the business
policy advocated and maintained 07 THE HONOLULU RE
PUBLICAN. His description of a good newspaper and Its
superior merits aa ;r? advertising medium Is distinctly appli
cable to an essentially reliable anl dignified family paper of
iarge circulation, such as THE REPUBLICAN.
The Union Express Go.,
Office with Evenie? Boilstia.
i 10 Zing Street -:- -:- Telephone 6fc
We move safes, pianos and furniture.
v7e haul freight and lumber.
We cell black and white gand.
We meet all incoming coast steamers,
We check baggage on all outgoing
Board, $4.50 per week
SEeals, -25c Each
PSiWE 8G0X FOR L&91ES.
SVEBTTHEfG SEW, CL2A27 and
Tf?e Popular Restaurant
friend is the medium through
tha biggest returns for his money. S
Is used by advertisers to a great &
busy he may be. A booklet hand- JJ
almost alvays costs from three to y
customers how much vour sroods are' &
New York City, y
Choice Wines, Liquors and Clgar
RYAN &. DEMENT.
Northwest corner Hotel aad Nau"lTi
Honolulu Brewing and HaKta
Draught and Bottled Beer.
King Btrm-U opp. O. R. & L. Co.
RYAN & DEMENT, Prop.
Nnuami Street Back of Club Stoafea.
l nneFpo2S"?olS si