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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIHUNK, IIIT,Ot HAWAII, iMtlDAY, OCTOHER 23, 1903.
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Honolulu, October iG. Edward
Pollitz & Co., ot Sau Francisco, '
want the entire issue of the Terri-
II old In Honolulu.
Honolulu, Oct. tG. 1'rcd W.
Heckley, Speaker of the House of
Reptesentatives'of the last I.egisla-
itorial bonds at par, less two per I tare, stated to n Bulletin reporter
i cent commission, this being their this morning that at a meeting of
bid in response to the advertisement the Home Rule Kxecutive Commit-
of the bonds at five per cent in- tec yesterday he had been voted out
terest. Their sealed bid arrived in of that bodv and also out of the
i the Doric's mail and it is still sealed, I party. I Ie presumed that this had
! but two letters Irom the firm have i 'ceti done because of his having '
been received by which the wishes t given advice to the voters at a meet-1
'of Edward Pollitz & Co., relative to B of the Republicans in Kakaako
1 the Hawaiian loan, are plainly re-1 Monday night to vote for the best !
One of these letters came in the
China's mail last week, but being
mistaken for the scaled bid. which
the Politics had announced liv
eable as being sent by that steamer,
it lay unopened in Treasurer Kc-
poikai's safe until the bid itself,
Said Mr. Bccklcy: "I am a Home
Ruler and such I intend to remain,
notwithstanding the efforts on the
part of the present leaders to read
me out of the party. The Home
Rulers of Maui put me up and sent
me to the Legislature, and until
identifiable by a large red seal, ar- they cry quits and put me out I am
rived in the Doric's mail on Wed-1 with the party and working for its
nesday. After holding a consulta-, best good.
' Hon with Governor Dole over the
correspondence, the Treasurer yes-
, terday afternoon gave it out for
"This offer of Messrs. Edward
I Pollitz & Co. is better than the sale
of the bonds at four and a half per
'cent in New York," Mr. Kepoikai
said to an Advertiser reporter.
"There is a difference of one-half
of one per cent in favor of Sau
Francisco against New York in the
i rate of exchange. Besides there is
I a charge ol one-quarter of one per
I cent for handling the payments in
New York. These two items make
three-fourths of one per cent differ
ence, wuicu wipes out tue auvan-
"As to being voted out of the
Kxecutive Committee that is a
farce. I was never a member.
While in the Legislature my name
was proposed for membership. Hi
pikanesaid I was a consulting mem
ber already, being a Representative
and Speaker of the House. I told
the members of the committee then
that if they did not care to allow
me to have a vote in the Executive
Committee well and good. They
were the bosses of the situation.
''It was not long before Robert
W. Wilcox, at a meeting of the
Executive Committee, declared me
a member of that body without even
consulting me and without the for-
Received each month
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I "It would be a good thing to
1 have all of the bonds taken outside
1 of the Territory, because it would
be so much fresh capital brought
into the islands.
"That is perfectly right, too,
what the Pollitzes say about their
friendliness to Hawaii. If the
bonds were held in San Francisco
it would tend to increase the inter
est of the Pacific coast in Hawaiian
affairs and secure favorable in-
1 fluence from that quarter for us in
"It is true also that the Eastern
capitalists are not our friends.
They would rather help Cuba and
Porto Rico than Hawaii. The
xore see uiai not Having uecn a
member of the committee I could
not very well be read out. As to
the action of reading me out of the
party I care not one snap of my
fingers. I am still a Home Ruler
and that cannot take that away
from me. I am not responsible to
these men here. I have dared to
stand up and tell the voters to vote
for the best men, and I suppose this
is why the action has been taken.
"I understand there is now being
made an attempt to cover up this
matter, but I have the information
of the action taken yesterday and
am not at all adverse about giving
it out for publication. I am per-
1 fectly willing to stand on my own
New York steamers come here and foundation as I have always done."
take away our sugar, but do not
theo. 1-1. oxriJS xs co., rn.
leave a dollar behind. This is not
; felt so much in Honolulu as at Ka
1 hului. They bring all their sup
I plies along and do not buy even
tobacco or so much as a pair of
' socks at the store. No, they come
and go on schedule time and, from
the captain to the oiler do not
I spend a bean ashore.
"Kahului had better times when
the sugar was shipped in schoon
ers." I Treasurer Kepoikai has hopes
! that Edward Pollitz & Co. will
I make relatively as earnest nn effort
to obtain the bonds at four and a
half as they have done to secure
the entire loan at the rate of five
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The Colombian proposition as
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Crcscuiis Trots Milt) in 1:5U It-1.
Wichita, Kan., Oct. 19. The
stallion Cresceus in a trial against
time todav trotted a mile in t-co i-.i.
thereby lowering his own mark of "ot conlai" Pllim in an' for'. or
2:02 1-4, made in 1901 and eclipsing ' otner
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American Alaskan Claims Conceded.
London, England, Oct. 17. The
Alaskan Boundary Commission has
verbally agreed to grant all the
American contentions except that
regarding the Portland Canal and a
few small islands. The two princi
pal points under discussion have
been, first: which of several fjords
marking the entrance to the Port
land Channel was the Portland
Channel meant in the boundary
agreement of 1823 between Russia
and England. Second: the sum
mits of the coast mountains mark
ing the boundary may not in some
cases be less than thirty miles from
the coast, in which case, according
to the wording of the treaty, their!
summits would be the boundary
Although this leaves the status
of important towns in doubt, the
result is considered a victory for
the American claimants. The formal
agreement will be drawn later. I
Washington, Oct. 17. Secretary
of the Navy Moody in his annual
report stands sponsor for the broad-'
est Naval program in the history of
the country. He approves of Naval
estimates for the coming fiscal year
calling for an expenditure of $102,
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