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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. IQQ-
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN
Pabltehed Every Morning Except Mon
day by tk Robert Grieve Pub-
HsUag Cowpanr, Limited.
C. R. BUCKUAND EDITOR
BaOness OStee Main 218
Edlteriat Raems Main 123.
WaahtofUa Borcau Post Building.'
BMarei at the Poet OSce at neno
Ma, H T, a- second-das sail.
?r Month, by Carrier J .50
Owt Year, by Mall 5.5
Six Mouths, by Mail 3.00
Tare Months, by Mail or Carrier 1.54
HONOLULU, H. T.. JAN. 25, 1902
n.. u-.k,.. u. Af M.
.... r, . . . ' . .rT
MXfen vHHt from that which con-
trots the newocrau ia their ambi-;was
UOM for HiAiuK territory, and espe -
dftlljr tropical territory. What they .
toahad, etedmlly In the case of
Cub, wm addltioflftl slave territory j
ltd additional power in Congress1
ft.m.,1. .M irMUi nKr f iav
UmMgh a increased number of sla e
suites. The Kenublicau policy of ex
Muwioa is to secure footholds by'
Wcu our commerce will be protected
Md extended. i
The territory which has come un-f..
iter the control of the Government in f
the Golf of Mexico is of supreme im- j
wr- .. i. -.u.. u. ....-...i. , i
i vihivv im AHn,u,"5 .tt ii until iu
the mouth of the Mlssisainni river and
io the great Isthmian canal, which the'
Republican party ia pledged to brtiiR I
into existence. The Hawaiian and
Samoaa islands are of equal import-
jwee ia rwauou u ine commerce or
taat irreat Pacific ocean which is now
attracUag so much attention as a
ithway of transportation between .
the Orient and the OccidenL The
Hawlllan Islands form the onlv wav
station and satisfactory harlrars in
the central Pacific, while the harbor
of Tutulla in the Samoan group, is ,
recognised as the finest in the south-.
era Pacific, and probably the finest .
In the entire Pacific Ocean.
-With these two islands as way sta-
ttoni for coaling, watering, repairing. !
and receiving telegraphic orders vos-'
Mlfi cau wiUsfaotorily engage in com- j
werce initween the united states and1B"-w-
Ihe Orient, and by making the Philip
ntae Islands a great entrepot for
American products, can command the
trade of the Orient as Great Ilritain
commanded it in former years, and
much more successfully than she now '
does by reason of greater proximity I
and greater facilities for producing!
nrtiine wiitii tt n. tr.ni. tt f.n .,.1...
---.. ".. ,. 'f.. w vl.k v'ti
The countries lying within eosyj
renck of Mnnlla as a point of distri-'
bution China. Japan. Asiatic Russia.
French Indo-Chlna. Sinm. India, aud
Australia contain half the populn- '
tion of the earth and have an annual '
commerce of more than $2,000,000.
4HI. Their purchases alone amount
to $ I. 00.000.000 annually, or an av-
orage of JlO0.0O0.Oe0 per month, and!
at the present time the United States
tinnplie but l per cent of their par
chases. Yet their wants Include all ,
the articles which we have to sell.
Not only Is this the rase, but they are
rapWly coming to recognise the fact ,
that they pun obtain more sutisfactor-
ily from the United Satus the nrticles
they desire than from any other part
of tk- rlrf a.,,-h fl- ..
vteioas. tobacco, cotton and cotton
h. Ba BM.au.ures ot an Kinus
are rapMly making their way into the j
Orient aad are as rapidly excluding j
taoee which the European countries
have been supplying them.
This opportunity for expansion af-;
feet every producer, every Individ
uftl enitaaed in any form in agricul
tnre. In mining, in manufacture. In
iransBorUtiou: and in commerce the
people of the Orient demand ttonr.
meats, and dairy products, cotton and
eacnw goods, and manufacture of all
ktmie. and they have clearly shown
la recent years a preference for the
lM'Udiaffltt of tko lTnlt.! Stnt.v: a nrnf.
X .,.., . ,
ea which wilt give to s a largo
snare tnetr enormous market, wun
tha control of Hawaii and Manila, the'
opuainp of the Nicaragua Canal, and
the osuWIsameat of American ship-:
ping witn walea to carry American
Examination for Carriers. !
(311 Service examinations for malt .
carriers In the Honolulu postofilce y
will be held In the'Hlgh School. Feb.'
S. WW. boginalns at S x m. AddII-,
cations must be filed In completed '
for ub a r InM.ic nB.,-
l - x , .
Custom-house, not later than
e axattSVl. to admit candidates to
TTQ TTvT7TT V f1
J. 1 J ilLLJLi JL 1 ii VJ
-HATEMETER MAKES HIS REPORT
EXISTING TARIFF ON SUGAR IS
CHARGE UPON CON-
; Unusual Consideration of Benefits to
People an Amusing Incident in
Sucar Trust Talk What Oxnard
Says of Little Account More j
Present Than Usual1
ISoecial to The Republican.!
NEW YORK. Jan. 9. -At the annual j
meeting 01 u siocKno.aers oi u.,
American Sugar Kenning company t
Junuarj" Sth. President Havemeyer. '
in his annual report, said:
"The stockholders know in a gen
eral way of the accomplishment of
the plan to increase by J15.000KWi
the capital slock of the company. The
increase was authorized at a stock
holders' meeting held on September
IS last. With the exception of places
where there waa want of authority
to subscribe, and a limited number
MreDtjonal cnpe. the.new stock.
promntlv taken up by the stock-'
, holders. The total amount of stock
outstanding at the present time Is:
Preferred S44.(TCS.300; common 44. -
"Tfae new st&ck shares in the divi -
owA commencing with the dividend
J1 , m ,ono
ateiar--u as 01 juuuuiv -. wj
! -,, mWw so n vnrir
' ViZZ.: " .",," Ir1
Th stockholders have doubtless
-nmnratinn to trsnsaot
... VnrW i111(,nFSW .hIch ivas
i .- . - w .. ...... .. -..
uiv v turn uwoiiiw-a " iwvii .j
heretoforeond.ictl bv the company.
For many years the legislation of
v i. u,.0.:i.. lrtBMr-
... .- -
M.'iv iuin ua iiuatiiv iu uiauuiuv,
turine enterprises. This was the ,
situation when the company was or
Snizel.- and led to its organization
in New Jersoy, in which State a con-
siderable part of the company's busi
' ness had been transacted. Latterly
the pocy of Xow Vork ag cliangPd.
m- its ,nnr r-.nt hi?uintinn it lms
held out inducements to have maim
facturlng business in New York done
' '" ork corporations. The com
Pnnv has reorganized and conormed
to this as farvas concerns the busi
ness of its New York refineries.
i i ii ict tins uivmvPM rno iriinsi?! iu
Jersey city of the reSidue of the
business that was heretofore carried
on in New York.
Tariff Not Wanted. j
,t w0i(1 seen, ,nat with an over.,
flowing Federal Treasury mere had j
disappeared any reason for continu-1
'ng the existing high tariff upon raw
It constitutes a charge upon
the consumption of nearly two cents
"This represents on an annual con
sumption of 2.3G0.000 tons $S."i.000.000 ,
a year. Of this, however, only 1.360.-(
000 tons are imported; yielding cus-,
torn revenues of J49.000.000. The bal-,
ance. J36.000.000. goes into the pock-.
's ol tn planters of the following!
Louisiana pltrs.350.000 $12,600,000
Domestic beet. 150.000 5.400,000
Hawaii 350.000 12.600.00 ,
Porto Rico ....150.000 5.400.000 j
"A removal of this duty on raw su-i
gar would result In a saving to the
consumer of 5S5.000.000.
Sales Would Increase.
"Misleading statements are con
stantly being made about the benefits I
t0 tho company of reducing the pres-
ent high rate of duty. The gain would j
be increased sales. The lower the ,
urnishetl thl, ,arger Isthe uumberl
ithin whose reach it can be brought.;
To this extent there would be a gain j
to the company, but the substantial
benefit of the remission or reduction J
o( the duty would be to the consumer i
and thl' practical question is whether
P"c "" conunue to pay
enormous amount which the duty re
quires for the benefit of favored in '
du,tres. which according to publish-
ed statements by those who arei
specially interested, do not require '
"As.de from the matters to which ;
I have previously referredt the busi-'
ness of the company during the year;
has proceeded as usual."
At the special request of the stock
holders uresent for further remarks
on the maUw- of tariff ir?sjatf0u on
sugar. President Havemeyer
."Sugar is a necessity of life.
the duty removed, the price would :
permit of its being used by the poor-1
est people. The people are begin
ning to characterise the ta on sugar!
as a hunger tax. This, no doubt. Is;
aMe Jo the fac. that a.s ,HS exsts!
In the Treasury and there Is no rea's
q f0r a tax on an article of food,
The removal of the tax would be a
great blessing to the enure comma-1
' Oxnard af No AccounL
"As far as the beet industry is con-.
c,?rned th (arme h,ive flved ao
more for their beets since the tax was
relmposed than when sugar was free J
in the years 1S91. 1S32 and 1S93. What
Mr. Oxnard says 's of little account!
Wh" Mr- William Bayard Cutting at-
fehps his signature to is of account.;
" has sKted over hls signature that
I the beet industry Is profitable under
Lm,, of absoiute free trade and
that rhe United States, beins an ac-
that the United Ststes, being an ag
ricultural 'country, the industry has
nothing to fear even from the annexa.
tion of Cuba.
j "Daring the years 1551. lssz ana
1SS3 sgar W!IS --de fre b-r t5 Rfr"
pabKcan party then to power. It was
reimposed 10 meet financial necessl-
ties of the ravernment. beissr a sure
revenue-getter of SSO.WO.OOO. As
' fort has since, been made to tax cot- j
fee likewise an article of food. TMs
attempt was scouted at and it failed,
Tae tax oa tea not for tbe Purpose
of revenue, but a means of protect-
lag the poorer people from the dele-; poga qi. with the exception of,
terious and poisonous cheap tea.& shozllriPt js entirelv finished and.
There is no reason for the coaUan. vaadv ror tae javln5r Q't ni
ance of the tax on raw sugar ai the ; Th; - RaUroad j
hope Js that .It will IK """"J ,- r:uads .substituting electricity for!
" ,, j.-c
juuu c raifiviw au -.,-; ..
filiuier cic uTTrcvim ui..o. ,
The vote cast was 2S5.447 shares of
Ped stock out of a total of 440.-i
r.ss ch,rc and ?fiT0S of common
! out of a total of 442. tfiL The attend-;
'ance of stockholders was larger than
National Sugar Refining Co.
- - . ,
At the annual meeting of the stock- i
. holders of the National Sugar Com-
pany the retiring board of directors
. j u k -
OUTLOOK FOR COFFEE
MARKET NOT GOOD
jan 9 Willett and i
Gray, in their circular of today, say:
The decline in all the coffee markets. 1
which commenced with the opening '
1 0f business for the new year, has con-,
' tinued and indications are that values '
jmust go lower. These indications lie
; jn the facts that receipts continue
ii . .
large. luaL iraue veriieie iuw j
tinues dull, and nerhans. what is far
UJU,t ij""i. "i".""
1H2AM. 1,nt nxnvn inn
now coming out from Brazil Is of a ,
far raore different character to that
which the coffee world has been treat-'
... . .; .
d we mean that larger
of the Present crop are 1
nrnifu. anu me xiiu&i)ccu ui iatr uai
Rio. nd Santos crops are such as to
indicate much bigger figures than
those which sensational cables have
We don't think, from all that we
can gather, that there is any doubt at Halawa. The pole -has been in
about the present crop being funy position for some days past. The for
15.000.000 bags and allowing that u,ai flag raising will take place under
fome Porlion ma' be held over in the
"... i '
big for present prices, in view of the
fact there is such a heavy surplus
accumulating from this one. much
more than enough to compensate for
a respectable shortage on the next.
A LESSON IN POLITICS.
Imperialism. Derived from
meaning a native of
Hades, and rialism. meaning rile
A term used by the Democrats
in General Grant's
administration to frighten timid
Obselete for a time, but revived
recently by the same
party, with ' the same general
to raise hell with the Government.
Patriot. Derived from Pa, Meaning
a male parent,
and triot. meaning try it.
A term originally used by chil-.
when urging their father to run j
Quite generally applied to can-,
Crisis. Derived from Cri. meaning to
nnri ;; n fnniUh virgin '
Whon th. At-o fnnlivh Virgins i
of ancient !
times found themselves shut out
from the feast, !
some one said "Cry Sis." which
Now used by the Democratic
party when in trouble.
Fusion. Derived from Fusi. meaning
and on. to catch on regardless.
Plutocrat. From Plutos. a god
riches in Grecian
crate a packing
case, meaning one who
possesses a crate of Government
Panic. rrom Pay. to remunerate,
and nick, the devil.
Literally, to remunerate the
devil, but used
idiomatically in 1SS7 and in
administration thus: The Devil's.
from Melee, :
and tarism to tear the shirt.
Literal meaning totearthe shirt
when necessary to fight. A term j
Jo deceive ntir forelim citizens. i
SbtteentoonerfDerTed from the nu.
meral sixteen, and toone. mean-i
ing tune. A little silvery jingle j
similar to the Mother Goose;
It was quite popular a few years '
ago. - , .
Sale cf Burnt Lumber.
The .purchase price realised from ,
the sale of burnt lumber taken from
! the 'ruins of the Honolulu Stock t
i--..i o.. - ,, ....Mi -
arrestables- netted .. at public
CONDENSED FOREIGN HEWS
""t" , , "-"- "
" California quail
Tie Parts Beaux Arts has at last
pAiMMjA c r j .. v. maMm. t
ef-Jbeea thrown open to women to com
pee lor tae pns ae arae.
More than half of the jewelry made
j in this country is manufactured ini
Tthe AKleboros. in Massachusetts. ;
The SaU La Railroad's grade to'
steam, it is said, m the operation of
Sits Park avenue (New Ycrk) tunnel,
" is statea pos.uTeu inai me cou-.
.. zi 1 . a. ..
tract between Goodale, Perkins &'
v.u. i b r .., a, .uF
1 Coast Steamship Company has been
It has been announced that Prince
' "- -.. -v ,
Henry of Prussia, on his return from
the United States, will be deputed to
represent Emperor William at the
. . ..
it a- jjiuivu .j KtvvLa - .
thority that the British Cabinet coun-,
cil. at its meeting on Monday, deter-'
.mined that steps should be taken '"to;
prevent the ruin of the "West Indies.'
! Washington dispatches Indicate'
that the commercial aspect is bsgin !
nl"g 10 invaae iue ininese titiuJiuu
cuestlon and threaten its security
through new legislation on the sub-
The value of the property destroy-1
td by fire during the past year in thej
United States amounted to 5153,750.-;
010. or nearly $33,000,000 more than'
innn o. ,MnMn . a f
iu uuu. auu oo.uuu.uvu m c..i t
the fire losses of 1S99.
m w . n r t
ine appointment or w niteiaw neiu
as SDecial ambassador to represent
the United States at the coronation
0f King: Edward has been received-
wjtn much satisfaction in official and
unofficial circles at London
Flag Raising Over Naval Reserve.
A nag raising will be held the first
part of next week at the newly ac
quired lands at the naval reservation
the direction of Captain J. F. Merry
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
CIRCUIT OF THE TERRITORY
IN PROBATE. AT CHAMBERS.
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
Gustave Biart, late of Honolulu,
Oahu, deceased, intestate.
Petition having been filed by Mrs.
.;"' ? ":. ' t" , sa.'
T.II!.tUln! Tnt- tti1 sit coirt in. ,
icsidiv. pidiug uidl i.nt;ia ui "
ministratjjan upon said estate be is-
sued to C. R. Hemenway. notice is
hereby given that Friday, the 31st
ua' of January. A. D. 1902, at 10
o ciock a. m., in uie juuitiaij duiiu
inn Honolulu. Oahu. is annointed the
time and place for hearing said peti-
tion when and where all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Honolulu. December 23, 1901."
Bv the Court:
P. D. KELLETT, JR..
ATKINSON & JUDD
Attorneys for petitioner.
4ts. Dec. 2e-Jan. 2-9-16.
A Public Statement.
Hath, the plumber, and H '
w. Barth. Honolulu Sheet Metal
Works, desire to inform their friends
anu the business community that they
are not associated in business or in
an' Other way
with W. H. Barth.,
Similarity in the name has given rise1
to certain unpleasantness and friends j
are requested to use more care re-1
garding their statements.
E. R. BATH.
H. W. BARTH.
The undersigned haing been duly
appointed Administrator of the Estate
of Alonzo Kalua Kuhia. deceased, late
of Honolulu. Oahu. notice Is hereby ;
given to all persons having claims!
.against said Estate to present them,
dul authenticated, to the undersign-j
ed within six months from date here '
and all persons Indebted to the said
Estate are requested to make imme-,
diate payment to me at Honolulu.
Oahu. orVo N. Fernandez. Esq.. at!
his nffirA Vn ik Atorphant crrut
j Campbell Block.
! Administrator Estate ot Alonzo Kalua
December 23. 1901.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST;
CIRCUIT COURT. TERRITORY
AT CHAMBERS. IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the Estate of Alex-
ander Chisholm, late of Hono-j
On reading and Sling the Petition '
i and Accounts of the Administrator of
the Estate of said deceased, wherein
it asks that its accounts may be ex-
amlned and approved, and that a '
final order be made ot distribution of ,
property remaining m Its hands
'10 "i persons thereto enuuea. ana
. di9chaa& lt frosa a further .
f sponsibility as such Administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
10th day of February, A. D. 1502. at
ten o'clock a. m., at the Court Room
of the said Court at Honolulu. Island
of Oahu. be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Accounts,
and that a!i persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the
same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are en
titled to the said property.
Honolulu. Dec 3th. 1901.
By the Court:
Jan. 3. 1. 17. 24.
At the annual meeting of -the Paci
fic Guaao & Fertilizer Co- held on
Monday. January 2Kb. 1902. at 10
o'clock a. m- at the otSce of H. Hack
feld &. Co.. Ltd.. Honolulu, the fol
lowing oflicers were duly elected to
serve during the ensuing year:
George N. Wilcox President.
H. A. Isenberg.. Vice-President
W. Pfotenhauer Treasurer.
F. Klamp Secretary.
Armin Haneberg Auditor.
STOCKHOLDERS ANNUAL MEET-j
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Robert Grieve
Publishing Co.. Ltd.. will be held atj
the office of the Treasurer, J. H. j
Fisher on j
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1902. I
at 3 o'clock p. m. By order of the
Board of Directors.
EDWIN S. GILL.
Honolulu. Jan. 20, 1902.
All persons are foroidden to tres
pass on the fishing rights at Kaika.
Waialua. Island of Oahu. Any person
trespassing or fishing will be prose-
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. I. 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
to the powers of sale contained in that
certain mortgage dated October 30th,
1S99, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of
Honolulu. Island of Oahu, Territory of
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-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
gan, Auctioneer, Queen St., Honolulu,
on SATURDAY, the 13th day of Jan
uary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon.
The property covered by said mort
gage consists "of all that piece or par
cl of land situated on the Waikiki
side of Maklki Street near Wilder
Avenue. Honolulu, aforesaid, and com
prising: All that piece or parcel of land con
taining an area of forty-two hundreth3
(42-100) of an acre situate nt Makiki,
Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the
piece or parcel of land described in
Royal Patent 3690. Land Commission
Award 1101S to Wahlne.
Together with all buildings, Im
provements, rights, easements, priv
ileges and appurtenances thereunto
Terms Cash, United States Gold
coin: deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
HOLMES & STANLEY,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu. December 23, 1901.
Bv his attornev In fact.
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 ot the varieties:
Martynias and others.
LEWIS & CO., ltd.
1066 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
Beginning; Saturday Night,
Reserved Seats, 75c. Gallery, 50c, 25c
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN.
DO NOT BE DECEIVED 1
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruit.
Carbonated only by the
- , . mi n ii
jjQjjJ ff ElBT WOrKS uO., LlO.
Sole Agts, for the Territory of HawalL
601 Fort St., Honolulu, T. H.
Tel. 71 Main. Island ordars solicited.
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Blackthurne 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 Kins: Street.
THESE ARE THE FINEST
GOODS EVER SHOWN IN HO
NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES
OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA
CLOTHS IN STOCK.
I Te Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.
SXVB J"CTST 6
9 B2prsex -b ox x
o . . o
o Jlest:riQ 9
. 5 -t: : ;
o Keep one at your bed-
side and throw light
0 .u t,. i .. . . 0
on the burglar " when
he comes a burgling." o
The Hollister Drue Co.,
Is loaded np with Good Things
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
PIES Just like your Mother used
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Flngera,
Cream Pun's and all the dainty stvles
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. OSWAIiD LTJTTED,
ALSO SOME MORE
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL
mJ ' Tli5j t ii5