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TIIK WKttKIY HILO TRJJ1UNK, IIH.Q, HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVF.MHF.R 27, 1903.
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' Honolulu, Nov. ly. The bids in
1 the matter of the Territorial bonds
I were opened in the Governor'soflice,
Capital building, at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Acting Governor Carter
presided and Treasurer "Kepoikai
, opened the bids. There -were pre
sent besides these two, the follow
ling: Messrs. S. M. Damon, K. I.
Spaulding, P. C. Jones, J. A. oil
man, v. i'toteiuiatier, Attorney
General Andrews, F. M. Swanzy,
Clarence Cooke, II. I. Dillingham,
F. J. Lowrey, Auditor Fisher,
Deputy Auditor Meyers and John
The Treasurer stated that he re
ceived this morning at 8:30 o'clock,
in response to his cable to the U.
S. Trust and Mortgage Co. of New
York to send on all bids at once,
bids from Fish & Robinson and the
National City Hank.
Fish & Robinson bid, according
to the interpretation of the cipher
cable received, $1,000,626 for the
whole issue of the bonds or none at
all. "All or none!" said the cable.
The National City Hank bid, so
the cable was interpreted, $999,261
for all or any of the bonds.
There were three bids altogether.
The local bid, that of the Ha
waiian Trust Company, bid 98 per
In P. C. Jones' opinion the bid
of Fish & Robinson was by far the
Robinson, he said, had made a
Carter showed that the Hawaiian
Trust Co's. bid was equivalent to
$990,625. There seems to be no
I question but that Fish & Robinson's
I offer was the one ior the Territory
Opinions were called for most of
those present agreed with the ideas
of the Governor and P. C.Jones.
Treasurer Kepoikai, after the
bankers had expressed their minds,
stated that, in his opinion, the Fish
1 & Robinson bid was the best and
I should be accepted.
Governor Carter suggested thatf
I the Treasurer wire New York to
that effect and Kepoikai said that
I lie would do at once.
Following shows the relative
merits of the bids:
Fish & Robinson $1,000,626
National City 996,262
Hawaiian Trust 990,625
Treasurer Kepoikai at first desired
time to consider certain possible ad
vantages which might raise the
value to the Territory of the Ha
waiian bid. There would be the
expense of bringing the coin into
the country to consider.
Carter believed that the matter
could be settled there and then by
n discussion ol the relative advant
ages of the bids. The matter could
be figured in a very short time. To
this Kepoikai agreed and it was
settled as above reported, the award
going to Fish & Robinson, who
take the whole issue.
One bid was received in New
York unaccompanied by a certified
check and was therefore not con-
I Before the meeting broke up, S.
I M. Damon arose and said he wished
to congratulate the Acting Governor
I upon the success of his mission. It
I was the first time that bonds to
I such an amount had ever been
I placed satisfactorily for the Islands.
I The result not only redounded to
' the credit of the Acting Governor
I hnr wnu n irrpnt lipln tr nil thr
two-thirds. Still the effort was use
less. In the light of this, the trip
of the Acting Governor wascertainly
most successful and Mr. Jones said
he took great pleasure in seconding
the remarks of Mr. Damon. !
Acting Governor Carter put n
motion to the effect that those pre
sent approve of the action of Treas
urer Kepoikai in his acceptance of
the bid of Fish & Robinson, which ,
was unanimously carried. The in-'
formal meeting then adjourned. ,
Having received notice from the
Mortgage Company to the effect
that the New York bidders were
anxiously awaiting a decision,
Treasurer Kepoikai has alreudy
sent a cable announcing the accept
ance of the bid of Fish & Robinson.
Currlo. Nation In WashliiKtoii. I
Washington, Nov. 19. Carrie
Nation, the hatchet temperance re
former created a sensation in high 1
official circles today by her erratic
actions. She first went to the
White House and demanded to see 1
the President. On her request be- j
ing refused she became violent and
was finally forcefully ejected. '
Mrs. Nation then went to the
Capitol and attempted to take part J
in the proceedings of the Senate, j
She was followed by a large crowd '
and her violent harangues created
such a disturbance that she was
finally arrested, taken before a po
lice magistrate and lined. Kxcept
for the vote on the Cuban reci
procity treaty Carrie Nation
the sensation of the day.
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Panama, Nov. 18. The United
States cruiser Marblehead hoisted
the flag of the new republic and
saluted it with 21 guns. A Panama
gunboat and the forts reciprocated
by raising and saluting the American-
flag. After the ceremonies
Rear Admiral Glass officially called
on the Junta and expressed his
well-wishes. President Arias re
sponded in terms ol gratitude to the
United States and there was great
Reciprocity for (Julians.
Washington, Nov. 19. The bill
making the Cuban reciprocity treaty
effective passed the House of Rep
resentatives today by a vote of 355
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Washington, Nov. 19. Presi
dent Roosevelt has refused the re
quest of the Governor of Colorado
that Federal troops be sent to the
mining districts to control the labor
Oakland, Cal., Nov. 27. Mrs.
Alexander Young, wife of the Ho
nolulu millionaire, who has been
ill for some time, suffered a relapse flfl FRRATFI1
today and fears are entertained that
she may not recover.
Colon, Panama, Nov. 17. Peace
commissioners of Colombia and Pan
amn neul n conterence today on
board the U. S. S. Mayflower. They
were unable to reach mutually
Washington, Nov. 19. Assur
ances were given to the Govern
ment today that the Hay-Varilla
treaty, providing for the construc
tion of the Panama canal, will be
ratified by Panama in December.
Boston, Nov. 19. The National
convention of the American Feder-
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passed a vote favorable to the con
struction of the Panama canal and
the steps taken by the Government
to forward the work.
London, Nov. 19. The King
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Washington, Nov. 18. The es-
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to such an amount on such short
notice. Once more he wished to
congratulate the Acting Governor.
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