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iii- HONOLULU REUBLICAX, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. 1902.
rMicfeod Prprr Mornlnc HxceDt Mod-
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ay oy tne
ltehlng Company. Unites
C R. BUCKLAND "ITOR
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l-JI. 1-1 ri V,J- lO
Wfrsbfogton Bureau Pest Building.
Sstarad at tie fmt. Oilce at Hoao
tela, V T.,
a- ecoad-ci mall.
?er Mooia, by Carrier J .5
One Yr. by a S.St
Six Months, by Hail 3.00
Throe Months, by Mall or Carrier 1.50
HONOLtJLTJ. H. T.. JAN. 22, 1902
PRICES ARE HIGH.
Values of commodities are general
f higher now than they have been ,
for some time past and indications,
. i. j .t.v
MV ftl IHIUIVI Mf. s.ssws-w-w.j'
Whont bus reached the highest point
Sfnce 180S; corn and oats are higher'
than for almost a decade
produce has sympathised.
avets, ss a whole, are higher than in
the general price boom of 1900. while
ttMntacUires are Mower. uotaWe in
this respect being leather, textiles,
mi and cohe. naval storea. bn.H.ng
materials, chemicals and drugs and
If other products follow the lead of
food products, as is not unusual, a
farther advance of the former is not(
unlikely. Iron and steel prices seem
to kd In this latter-day advanco. '
bt the other metals have broken i
mwr " tem and copper. lead and
tin are weakening, the result of fall-'
ares of injudicious attempts at con-
trolling production. Food products. !
largely imported, like coffee and su- j
gar, have reached the low water'
mark prices on large production.
SAVINGS OF THE PEOPLE.
The Increase In the savings of the beyond the production of any other
masses as, , Indicated by savings country In the world. The produc
baks deposes and similar figures. Is ( tlon and consumption of coke were
of the most remarkable features also larger than ever before, chiefly
of recent nuance. The fact that the owing to the activity in the iron and
deposits in commercial banks have steel trades.
mttUipiled four-fold in twonty-flvo
years might be attributed to the in-. The railroads in operation in the
created resowrces of the capitalist United States at the end of 1900 were
etas rather than those of small approximately 200.000 miles. This
means. But this can hardly be said does not include railways operated by
of the savings deposits in the savings
hanks. Even in the commercial elusive of street and suburban roads,
hanks of Europe much paper is dealt is now considerable and rapidly in
1h from small shopkeepers which creasing. For the entire world, the
woaM be considered beneath the dig-, London Daily Mail Year Book for
ntty of an American bank. The bank 1902 estimates the total mils op.-n
of France employs almost a regiment for traffic at -IS4.34S, of which 220,
of collectors to present for payment C57 miles were in North America;
hills of exchange running as low as 16S.605 in Europe: 35.5S0 miles in
Jive and ten francs. I Asia; 2S.364 in South America; 15.-
Aeeordlng to Prof. Ddmond Thery. t SG0 In Africa, and 15.2S2 miles in
In a careful computation in "l'Econo- xVustralasla. Thus the United States
mlste Kuropeen" of April 13. 1900. ' has two-fifths of the railway mileage
the deposit accounts of all the Euro-1 of the world, and a larger mileage
neati banks rose from 2.814.00O.0Q0i than any other single country.
francs ($4 4 7.000.000) at the close oft
1S7S to 9.S21.000.000 francs ($l.S0(X-i Tho commerce of the British col
000.000) at the close of 1SS9, while oulos 1,as grown from over 300 mil
)oaM and advances Increased from',lon uol,ars in 1S50 t0 2-400 milUon
-1.SS6.0W 000 francs to 12JS9.0CO.000. llol,ars in 1900' showing their devel
frnnes. This expansion of trada. ! opment under the fostering care of
amounting to many times the n. an intelligent method of government
crease ot population, conveys in it-j and he consequent benefit to the na
Mrif ii liawnsslve lotson of the in- tlves as well as the consuming world.
creased wealth of the community, in
whlch the laborer can hardlv fall to! w ao,t' in ,n,Pri i-10U minion uoi
have a share as neccessarr purchaser) ,ars' worth of food- clothing, and the
of the increased product. comforts of civilized life from other
In the United States similar figure ' parts ot the worId in 1S99 against
for the nationbanks alone show1"0 raoa dollars' rth in 1S50; I
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mm. iwcrtxise in vouime or uuu vmni
deposits from 561S.517.245 on Decern- W8 "u"u ,u 1SJJ - --1 wu
ber 17. 1S75. to S2.50S 24S.567 on Sen-M,ou doars worth ln lSS7-an In
tern- 5. 1900. The growth of
merclal banking, therefore, has been 1
noariy the same in this country and
' Taring to the subject of savings
hanks deposits, the same remarka-!
u. .dM.L 1. -. Tfnite. -
Me ad-ace is shown. The following
tMe exhibits the progress of these
aeorlts In the United States:
-t -I I
1SN $ 42,431.133
2Sm .'. 149.277.504
1 SSO :sis$7,4-5
These figures show that
thirty years the number of depositors
e gs o e rnited
, States has been, multiplied by raorej
than three and a half and th amonnt
f , AvrvrvU . nnr. ,,-. fr Tr,
h. ,-, whpro Jhp- . nno -n
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iiivnoni nr -arno tnonznr nmnor Tr tin
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re aw iwr m mc ceb. sdu uiar'
' fn rAffA cYOTWMHtfi siro mnls mAT(
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v -..,. v... "-.
Tfc nn .Twf-nrt -rmu
represent 30.M6.0M of the
! if each was made by the
. iHtKiiT wi me. xa iaaB cdoue, w a-
- 'erw. sereral members of a family!
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j wve aeposii accoenis in savings
, bake. so that the nearly 6.000.000 de -
imiknrs cannot ail be considered as
v. . rpnrpntatlv"; of famllie
bends or represenUtlves of families.
Hon. George Browne, who arrived
here in the Sierra from Australia yes -
trAr mic .,,t kc ,, , mnfnM
with 'the "spirits." Hecshttoget.Vhe,eStSOf MISSSt6ila-L?riMiSsElsieNelS0n- San Francisco'
. m. .tpnl w L this city were passengers m the!Andrew XeIson. A. x. Disst0n. Jas.
a ioh .tendjng for.
Magazines and newspapers will al-
ways be gratefully received on sailing
vessels leaving tms port, especially
on those which are making long
voyages. Don't throw away all your
Thre are now 172,000 more people
An.t fl- nnrFntvnil Knplnnpc' - y r
WQTC were 3 uecaue as- an increase,
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Therg ,s a opportunItv for HawaI.
,aQ ,ads tQ joiQ ; ,sland
invarlably make good sailors. '
,., a greati
l.al staUon here ,t ,6 fltHng tfaat,
Hbwii. Snn Bhny i, rnron.n,i
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in Uncle Sam's floating forces.
jn the case of the remains of a
man f0und yesterday at Mauna Loa,
wjjj, n0 indications whatever of a
wound upon the body, the jury that
decided that death was caused by a
self-inflicted wound may be said to
h8ve rondered a damphool verdict.
The phraseology of the
strengthens this opinion.
""" '""a """"(. uu...co ..4w ...... ...uuu., tti luc fjmann, S. F.; E. Lalnanolo bines,
and othen OI s,-"en Per ct'nt- -vei in Dumucr,""7 7, 1 TT , Uhue. KaurJ; R. L. Auerbach and,unaJ OI ever mouia, in Harmony
SI, " of trade failures was only Increased sh ad,led t0 the loa5 night vIgils ' Jackson tr,Hall. at 7 p. m.
Food pro- - proved a great strain on his health wlfe' H,1- A- T- - Jackson, city Soioiirn5n!r Rrothpr5 tnvlteA
' Last year's coal production of the;ha hp.n ...,rllv ni,i1ii,i1p,i
! United States was .100.000,000 tons,
! which exceeded even the amount
-J , -.!, Ann r. i
mined in Great Britain, and was far
olectriclty, of which the mileage, ex-
The fact that the British colonies
the French colonies 1G0 million dol-
coni-'5 of T2-5 ner cent in twelve
years sUl! further emphasizes thesu&ar induEtr- in that way in time!
creasea earning capacity 01 tnose
colonies anu anorus some measure
of tnelr improved material condition 3broad for sugar, but we will give
rT? l a vast.armKy of men J
r - - - -.(I" Prcducng sugar ,n the Uniteds
K.OU.IU. INVVO. f
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. 'V AT "-"r " w
V. K. Case has gone to Hilo on a
S. T. Alexander left yesterday af-
j tenioon for the Coast. '
Mrs. Will Vlda left yesterday for
Hawaii and Maui ports.
E. E. Richardson returned yester
aay to Hilo by the Kinau.
Mrs. W. M. Kennedy departed yes
lora&y oy me sierra tor ,tni uoast.
Judge McKay is over from Wai'u-j
ka. Maui, attending to business mat-
D. B. Maccnachie and Daa Conway
lefl yesterday- for Hilo on a business
J. D. Young was amongr the depart,
ing passengers for the Ccast by the
Mrs. Walter Lowrie and child sail-
fed for their come, oa Maui, by thef
Attorney E- C Peters left for a.
month's business trfn to the Coast br '
the S!erra yesterday.
w .a. Wall - a assenr in the
Kinau for Kona resterdar. He re -
enmos vi iintiM as tzrrmrr-n-r- tn the
- ..w.-. .-
, Kona-Kau Railway.
TOiesor Jvoeoeie. tne Territorial
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eniomoicgisi, teit yesieroay ior Ha
,RraM on a toar of investigation con
"cenijng cang pests and
u. .. aitead ana tnie. ary, iirs.
X .....J ITw- I.Iinn T.nr' a A I &nhl initflATI FYV rtTlO l! l t.
PopuiaUoal parted tor thir bome at RapapolaC j ' ,1 p ' Jl- rtnt w M5ddleditch. trustee in the estate of
head of a;Raach OQ Hawaii yesterday. Mrs. J' f f3 ,H, p Ctte '
( jioosatmi uas oea away 10 ujb,
Coast oa an extended trip.
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James waKeneia, connected Ts-itai
' the dry goods department of Theo. H.
Davies fc Company, has left for the
Coast. Mr. Wakefield will bring his1 J- Colvin, C- F. Lohse, W. B. Kin-
npon.caid, Jas. W. Bergstrom and wife.
h!s relura- I dty; Miss Florence Smith. San Fran-
' Tfa -Misses Mable Jones. Eva Den-1 cisco; W. D. Adams. D. A. Kincaid,
nts and Bessie Church, who haveJMrs. A. Rosis. 3Irs. A. Xelson. city:'
j cierra for the coast. j
i clergyman, and well known through-
. cut Anstralla, was among the passen-'
j gers brought by the Sierra from the
Colonies yesterday. Rev. Grogan'
will remain in the islands for some.
James J. Griffin, who for the past
six months has been in charge of the
1 Tlrt ? Si 1 1 -! r(a-i4 1a riAt?t
uiuw, a ,SKU irun we ""'
but his many friends hope to see him
at the window again very soon.
QFR Mil NY'S STT(t5R TRUST
UMi!lAI 3 UUAll 111UM.
lt Absolutely Controls the Home Su-
gar Market for Both Raw and t
From the Philadelphia Press (Rep.)
The fact that the greatest sugar
trust In the world exists in Germany
under the name of the "Kartell" need
cause no surprise. It is well known
that there are more trusts in Ger
many than in any other country, and
I that nowhere else are they so power-
Evidence of that fact has been,
furnished by the British diplomatic
L,,i ,.!, .,.. ,n fiB. .
" ,J4 141 UbilW ( UUiUliJ) U"u
Wo have nur own sump "friiKr" In
the United States, and weare by no
means proud cf it. But it is not with
out competition, and it has never con -
trolled alone the market for refined
sugar. But the German "Kartell" ab
solutely controls the sugar market
of Germany for both raw and refined.
The German government is support-
ing the "Kartell" by means of boun
ties, both on production and exports
As a result. Germany exports no less
than 1,250.000 tons of sugar, after
completely supplying her own popu
lation. These exports, which are al
most one-fifth of the world's avail
able supply, are sent out at a loss to
German manufacturers; but owing to
the bounty paid by the German gov
ernment and the absolute control by
the "Kartell" of the German market
the trust makes a handsome profit.
The German consumer pays a great
deal more for his sugar than 13 paid by
the foreign consumer of German su
gar, and some short-sighted persons
contend that the foreigner, under
such circumstances, has no ground of
complaint. But there is another side
of the question. If the German ex
porter is allowed to get control of the
foreign market by selling at a loss,
and thus destroying the sugar-growing
industry in countries that do net
pay bounties, making such countries
dependent on Germany and other
bounty fed sugar at the opportune
time the "Kartell" may put up the
prices and recoup its losses in the
foreign trade from the foreign con
sumer. The production of sugar is
net the work of 1 day, a month, or a
year. Once Germany gets control of
a market and destroys the home pro
duction in that market, it will be
more or less at the mercv of Gsrma-
ny. The abolition of sugar bounties
" Europe may be put down as cer-
""" ul toule muire ume.
Congress was wise in providing
countervailing duties against this
- , I
bounty fed sugar and thus enabling;
me united btates to build up Its own L
we' will not only keep at home the
enormous muliors we now
States. The helpless condition of
such of the British colonies as make
sugar production their chief Industry ,
is an illustration of the folly of Great'
Britain In depending on the bnty-'
fed sugar or Eurcpe for her home!
consumption. One of these days thej
bounties will be abolished and then
Great Britain with her ruined colo-
1- -l. toK ?J! jnu S:. To
in the United States for their sugar
tbey would tcMlay be hopelessly bank-f
rupt. in fact, they are now to a large
,lnt M1,rHn ,-K,si, ,jf
-..-... u.pv..u . wuu2&u(:a i.uuii
tne BriUsh trust.
Facts in the Case, ,
From the Chicago Record Herald. !
"Why is It that singers always loss
their voices when they reach a cer
'They dou'L They lose then sev-
era! years before they reach a ccrvf
tain age, but ihev are never wilUngr
to acknowledge it."
Recent arrivals at the Moaca. Hotel
haTe been as follows: Mrs. M. H.
as follows: Mrs. M. H.
Charles. New York; S. H. RIcben
i . Xoeamea. Xw Caledonia- P- C
t LecHe. ndbt.rr Can.! FL'a BrawB
.- . ., . -
inshield. X. Y.; F. W. Pattoi. De-
Canada; Edw. A. Brownin -
- jsaieja. act lone; t. v. rattan. i5-
- troit; Mrs. L K.
rarkHisiTtpriQ-rf,- r-,1 ru.VoT rr p rrrf
-".. . w..w, v. . w..u
fT . .. , ,
'Mrs. A- H Otis. L. Thomnson. P. A.
PenT- C. E. Camp and vrife. Mr. and
""- "- - .mcaiu una n, ..
Mclnerny, A. Marshall, P. HenJry,
Ir- Park- iIr- Ve TaIis- cit-v A- xi"i
. . t
zarona, Paris; TV. S. Eddings, Hilo; .
utn Adams Turner, bpokane, wasn.;;
W. Robbins, Xew York; C. F. Davis,.
San Francisco; Dr. R. B. Irons. S.
j s. Coptic; Chas. B. Harris. Japan;
A. G. StolL H. T. James, S. F.; A.
Uy. Bottomley. Honolulu: H. A. WIde-
Honolulu; C. H. Sweetser and wife,
mann. Mrs. Sherwood. S. F.; Jos. A.
Marriner, Honolulu.Wm. A. Peterson,
Jas. D. Dougherty, H. P. Dryer, Miss
Thompson. Miss Pearce. Honolulu;
Wm. B. Flausburgh, St. Paul, Minn.; '
Benj. D. Bender and wife, U. S. A.;
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Austin, Thoi.
- meu ana iaay, .urs. t. oer-
5er- Fred Van A- Merger, Honolulu;
A Cam ? F Rniithnnl TTnffmnn.
O. St John Gilbert, Honolulu;!
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Strong, Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Strong, Rochester. N. Y
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Carter, Honolu
lu; Miss Olin Gregg. Rochester, N.
Y.; E. T. Drier Honolulu;
-.,,,. Ppt(?. nnr, wif x- v - w n
TT .... T, ,
Hudlwalcker. Hamburg. Germany;
Xelson B. Laming. H. R. Wood, Ho
1 UOIUIU; J. b. Hams. Lincoln. K.n
I gland; W. R. Baumann Milan, Italy;
j Ad Charee, Bordeaux; S. K. Marsh,,
. Geo. H. Pecht, Wm. P. Roth, Hono-1
lulu; Ed King, Kelia, Kauai; Mr. and
Mrs. T. L. Grant, D. E. Metzger, Ho
nolulu; Fred St. Onge and wife. Bos-,
j ton- Mass"' Theo- Foucher' Ausi'
ua.: m. rerrari aua ne, bu i-eieia-,
burg; F. J. Woodbridge, T. J. Dillon,
G. Leonard. Mrs. E. Leonard, Honolu-
Iu; Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wolf. L. W.,
' .. , , -,. ., .
Wmton. Mmdehope J. Huidekoper,
D. A. Cameron, S. S. China; Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. j
n f? T7..-V. Wnnnliilit- Mr Wm Tt
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Standeford. Oakland, Cal.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
From the New York Press.
The man who fools himself never
fools anybody else.
Sow wild oats on the most barren
soil and they will grow there as read-
ilv as anywhere else.
tt omen get so much happiness out
It always spoils a woman's enjoy
ment of her swell dinner if her hus
band insists en calling the dishes
by their English names.
Brain power and refinement of in ,
llect move in inverse ratio. ,
After you have learned to unlearn
you are in a fair way of learning
to learn. '
It is hard for a fat woman to think
that her thinner sister is not so out!
of pure malice.
A woman always feels that the way
to improve her husband's health is
to make some change in the weight
cf his underwear.
It is only in books that a man loves
a woman so muehhe would be will
ng to let seme othr man have hsr
IIS S. -JAC SwU S .-.. &1U
If it woujd make her napplen
From the Philadelphia Press
Riter (after reading
Now what do you thiol
think of it?
Riter Of rourse. I l-rns- fhp metpr
is a little slow, but
Critick Yes. I was going to say its
feet appear to be asleep.
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A!.the aBPah1 m"ane l e Paci-
feld. & C Ld" Honolulu, the fol
lowi ofcers were duy elected tc
Se?e dnri? e., e3suias yeaf :
George N. Wilcox Prfsldect.
H. A. Isenberg... Vice-President.
W. Pfotenn,er. .... Treasurer.
F. Kiamp Secretary.
A;!n Haneberg Auditor.
The regular annual meeting of the!
stockholders of the Robe'rt Grieve
uuy uvmgston, wonomiu; r. Len-,. ...,
Publlshing Co, LiiL. will be held at
the office of the Treasurer. J. H.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. 1902.
SJ J o'clock p. ra. By order cf the
- Board of Directors.
. EDWIN' S. GILL,
Hanotels. Jan. 20. 152.
Aiir-rmw wit im RiNKBllPTr.V.
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.! .v. "1. , .- ;,tawJ.. c
nn Tiinrcflr- iinnirr ":?'rt ft
UUUUL d. it- aW A ..V2 WU. w
Queen street. Honolulu, I will sell at
. , ji .i, a, it.. ,ik ,n ,a
seen at ar office: Anvils. Tire Up-
.... : .. . . , .
seuer, (joai, unes, nanmeis, iiamps,
jjaUetg Bo!tSi shovels. Calipers.
Tire Bander, Round and Flat Bar Iron,
Bar 1001 hteel. rencaes, una Fress.
Sattei?' Swager Punches, Pinchers.
wteels lms 6 Md g Lum.
Der, Drawing Knife, Bevel, etc. etc
Together with a fifteen years' lease ,
JAMES F. MORGAN'. AucUoneer. ,'
wnnnlnl T-n q icit
HOoma. J- 9. ISO- ,
HONOLULU HARBOR, No. 54.
' American Association of Masters and
au, memoers are requestea to at-
tend meetings on the first and third;
G. H. BROKAW, Worthy Captain.
G. H. PILTZ. Captain's Clerk.
All persons are forbidden to tres-.
pass on the fishing rights at Kaika.
( Walalua .Island of Oahu. Any person
trespassing or fishing will be prose -
putpri in tha full ortonf nf tV.a Inn- I
CHIXG AKINA, Lessee.
Notice is hereby given that I will
nt be responsible for any debts con-
tracted In the name of Mrs. S. C-!
Bertelmann or Mrs. 1. H. Kahilina.
(Signed) MRS. I. H. KAHILINA.
Honolulu, January 13th, 1902.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
Notice is hereby given"that pursuant
1S99, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse,
enrjf Honolulu, aforesaid but
nw of San Francisco State of Calif-
ornla as niortgagee, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances in said
Honolulu, in Liber 19G, on pages 263
otij OCf . i. l.-.j i-
""u -" ulc iuuitSas-e iuibuu. u
foreclose the said mortgage for con
dltion broken, to wit: the non-payment
of the interest on the sum of
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500) ,
the principal sum secured by said
mortgage when due.
Notice is likewise given that the
property conveyed by the said mort-'
gage will be sold at Public Auction at !
the auction rooms of James F. Mor- i
gan. Auctioneer, Queen St., Honolulu. '
on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan-'
uary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon. I
The property covered by said mort
, gage consists of all that piece or par-,
eel of land situated on the Waikikt
side of Slakiki Street near Wilder
Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com
All that piece or parcel of land con-,
taining an area of forty-two hundreths !
f-l-inni nt or. on--. -I...-,- 4 rl.M.t
ft" or7sCl being the
nitna nr n-r-i nr io-. Qori,- 1- '
piece or parcel of land described In
Royal Patent 3690. Land Commission '
Award 1101S to Wahlne.
Together with all buildings, Im
provements, rights, easements, nriv-
Heses and appurtenances thereunto
Terms Cash, United States Gold
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars applv to
HOLMES & STANLEY.
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, December 23, 1901.
By his attorney In fact.
J. M. DOWSETT.
The above Sale is postponed to Sat.
urday, January 25th, at 12 o'clock
noon, at Salesroom of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
You've surely heard about those
pin money pickles If not be sure
to ask about them when you are
in the store.
No other people can put up pick
les like Southerners and these are
direct from Virginia.
Better telephone for bottle, to
come with your regular order.
Here are some of the varieties:
Martynias and others.
LEWIS & CO., ltd,
1065 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
Matinee Today at 2:30
Tonight at 8:15
111 w -- -m . -
i r-'l-' fatli Mlii!
Brf 1 M Mm I iM HJ
WILL CHANGE PROGRAMME
Tuesday, January 21st
Reserved Seats, $1; Gallery, $50c.
Children, 25c; Adults, 50c, to the
DO NOT BE DECEIVED 1
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape frulL
Carbonated only by the
Q J Unlar Unrln Pn HA
' OUQct ffalGl WDFKS UU., LID.
Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii
601 Fort SL, Honolulu, T. H.
Tel. 71 Main. Island ordsrs solicited.
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Blackthorne Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended for its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
Old Gremorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
J. Hartmann & Co., Ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
From 50c to S3.00
PER YARD At
The PHONG FAT CO.
33 Klnar Street.
THESE ARE THE FINEST
GOODS EVER SHOWN IN HO
NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES
OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA
CLOTHS IN STOCK.
f The Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd. I
Keep one at your bed- g
side and throw' light g
on.the burglar "when o
he conies a burgling." o
The Hollister Drug Co,
L. I Ml "TEE: D-
Is loaded up with Good Things
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
PIES just like your Mother used
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Fingera.
Cream Puffs and all the dainty style
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 cents. We
can furnish you a box of delicious
candle worth a dollar elsewhere.
J. OSWALD LTJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
ALSO SOME MORE
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.
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