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S?; Euer?ii?$ Bulletin,
DAHlttL LOGAN, liilltor.
WIS IONICS DAI', .IUIjY ill, 1807.
An alliiuicn for tU'foiiHO linn
linen inmio between tlin Oningo
Froo Sttilo iiutl tin' Trnnavanl,
they lmvinn rhtilii'il a treaty pro
viding that th two htntus shall
holp fiicli other when thoir intlo
pnitiloiico is in dniicr, nnd olcct
h! u feiloral council to carry out
Hie provisions of tlio treaty.
Alone with tlio nown of this notion
cotnoa tho ulatonicut thntPresi
deut Kruger haB replied to Mr.
Chamberlaiu's firm dispatches of
lust March, in which tho liritieh
Colonial Secretary complainod
that tho TrauBvaal had concluded
threo treatios without tho Queen's
asEvnt, and that tho Aliens Immi
gration Exclusion Bill and tho
now proas laws wore broaohoa
of tho conrontion with Great
IJiitaiu. l'residont Kruger's reply
is vory conciliatory in tone, and
shows a desire for peace. The
President asks that the mattorB in
dispute between Great Britain and
the Transvaal shall bo submitted
' to arbitration. Unprejudiced ob
xeivers cannot help thinking that
Seciotary Chamber. aiu will re
quire to curb his impetuosity in
dealing with South Africau
affairs, or first thing he knows he
will put Great Britain glaringly
in tho wrong to the view of the
"Whou Premier Seddou of Now
Zealand was in Washington, a
London dispatch to a Sydney
paper says, he "consulted with
President McKinley and Mr.Bhor
mau, Secretary of State, as to the
proposed annexation of Hawaii by
the United States. The President
was in favor of annexation, but
tho proposal was opposed by Mr.
Sherman." This is important in
formation, coming from a high
outside authority, for the conaid
ontO'lJii of people in Honolulu who
persist in saying that President
MeKinlny is not sincere in pre
senting tlio annexation treaty for
Australia is promised the dis
tinction of having a trust that will
rum pare with some of the onor
uioua American monopolies. It
is being worked up in London to
tBko over all the frozen meat com
panies and may require a capital
Mr. Hooley, who is working up
the froon meat truht elsewhere
mentioned, has a still bigger
scheme in baud no less than one
for building railways in China to
siaivn of ciiNrroviKsv.
Continued from lit l'tige.
gration, yet they complied with
tho spirit of tho regulations.
Taking a largo view of the matter,
would it not have been best not to
have imposed so hard upon the
simple and ignorant people,
aftor they had been to the expense
of nolliug out their houses and
lands, and breaking up their
families in Japan, to bo rejected
heie simply bucnuse they had not
boon able to comply with till the
regulations of the Board of Jm
jaigtaliijii'r' With regard to tho secoud cIbbs,
Jlin'.'iti r C)i,or had he n iuM.i
formed as to the nature of tho
miiiKiiaiiduiii of agiieiuiiit miidr
in .Japan promising tho people
employment in Hawaii. It was a
result of (hr 1'iw'i of Japuii, rd ax
to piovido against tho sending of
poople cufureign oniutrii'b without
aRBiiHiiir- of livelihood. Those
regulations ought to be approved
of by tho CJovornment of this
oouutry as providing menus of
support .for tho immigrants
whou tliuy arrived hero. Such
nooplo unm o lioio not as contract
laboiors but as free immigrants.
Having presented tho necessary
&10, under tho licaly guiuautei-H
tiioy should have huun purmiltoi
to land. Tho .Minister ootild not
uudniHtaiid that any ilUtliir.tion
could bo made between .lnmuiw
who had resided in this country
and those who had not. He deals
with the Hawaiian policy of mu
ponding immigration at pleasure
whou conducted under the
auspices of privato parlies, claim
ing that immigration cannot bo
limited or modified except by
alterations of tho treaty.
M:rri:n mom I'ou.rr okuma.
Tho next communication is from
Count Okitiun, Minister of L'or
oigu AfTairB of Japan, dated at
Tokio on April 111 and handed in
by Miuistor Shimamura on May
11. It recites the facts of tho
return of tho steamer Shiushiu
Maru with rejected emigrants on
April 11. The Cabinet had given
consideration to all tho questions
involved in tho mattor. Though
inlluonced by a friondly dosiro to
accord duo woigut to ovory ex
tenuating circumstauco, tho Gov
ernment was driven to tho conclu
sion that this Govorumeut's action
was in derogation of conventional
rights of Jnpauoso subjects, direct
ly uudor tho treaty of 1871 and
indirectly uudor tho most favorod
nation clause in that treaty.
Minister Cooper hero called
attention to the fact that he had
said nothing about treaty rights
Count Okuma spt-cified where
the rights in question had boon
1. Japanese subjects had abso
lutely tho aamo rights as Hawaiian
iu doiug busiuess at the ports of
2. Japanese have the right to
travel, trade and exercise any in
dustry or profession in all parts
of Hawaii this Imbed on tho
most fa voted nation clause of tho
treaty, which the Hawaiian Gov
ernment, Mr. Cooper remarks,
claims to have only a limited ap
3. Japanese subjects nro enti
tled to complete and constant pro
tection from tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment for their persons and
property as well as in regard to
their civil rights.
1 They are entitled to freo
access to tho courts of Hawaii iu
pursuit or defense of their rights.
5. They are at liberty under
auy and all circumstances to
ohooso and employ legal counsel.
In disregard of all those rights
4.G0 Japuuese subjects, after Loiug
confined for a cousiderublo period
ashore, and without being allowed
access to any court, and without
beincr normitted iu the ourly
stages of tho caso to see and tako
counsel with tho reprcscnta
tives of thoir Government,
woro ignoraiiiiously expelled
from the country. It is not sug
gested that under any circum
stances similar treatment would
bo msted out to Hawaiian citizens.
Such action was based ou the
claim that tho persons wore aliens
outside tho limits of Hawaiian
Tho Japaneso Government is
convinced that tho Hawaiian laws
of 1891 and 1895 relating to immi
gration, if correctly interpreted by
tho Hawaiian Govornmont, is iu
contravention of existing treatios.
It is admitted thut tho regula
tion of immigration is a proper
exorciso of polico power, whose
reasonable exercise would provoke
no romoustrauce from Japau. Iu
present case tha laws are a rever
sal of existing precedents, being
.ubilrarily and capriciously on
forced. Tho extrajudicial pro
ceedings of tho Hawaiinu author
ities wore not couclusivo and tho
refusal to tako jurisdiction by the
court appealed to was a denial of
Tho conclusion is that tho Jap
aneso Government maintains that
the Hawaiian Government shall
recogni.u tho principle of iudom
nificatiou, and that the aamo cause
of complaint will not occur again.
Particulars respecting claims
would ho submitted in a further
Mr C'onppr remarked that no
letter specifying claims has yet
Othor communications have to
bo deferred in mention for tho
present, the two latest ones being I
all for which timo is leu.
Minister Cooper ou Juno 28
addressed a letter to Milliliter
Sliimamiira, iu substuiico as fol
lows: On the subject of tho corres
pondence between tho two Gov
ernmentswhile still maintain
ing tho integrity of tho position
taken by thin Government yet
should the parties fail to uriive at
a settloiuuiit of the ijiuidUijii, I
KVHNINll UUIiIjKTIN, JUIjY SI,
hiii niittioihiml by this Govern-
intint, hi view of tho friendly
relations which have no lonu i '
luted between the two countries I
and the mutual benefits ,r '
the contitiirinet) of such friondly,
inlertouisi', and tho fact (hat tho
important questions involved have
to do with the construction of
tho treaty and conven
tion now exidtiug botweon
the ttvo countries, as well as tho
discretion of tho laws of this
country, to suest that tho mat
ters at iesuo bo referred to a dis
interested nrbitiator or arbitrators
for aottlement, and in cao such
otTcr should bo accepted by tho
Japanese Government this Gov
ernment will abido by the results.
ANOTIIUlt MOM TOKIO.
Another letter from Tokio uu
dor dato of Juno 12 practicaily
re opens the caio from tho begin
ning. It goes over the wholo
ground, especially of treaty con
struction. fulf 20, iSgy.
"In time of peace prepare
for war" is an excellent adage,
and one which the United
States evidently believed in
when the new navy was built.
We in Hawaii have especial
reason to be thankful that in
times of peace such a magni
ficent specimen of marine ar
chitecture as the battleship
Oregon was made leady for
such emergencies as the pres
ent, and should take the lesson
to heart, not alone in national
affairs but in those of the
household. Suppose the Japa
nese fleet should blockade Ho
nolulu, for instance, we should
soon find ourselves run
ning short of lots of little
household necessaries other
This week we have one of
our windows filled with an as
sortment of articles necessary
in every kitchen. Buy them
today while ynu have a chance.
Among them may be enumer
ated chopping bowls, all sizes
and shapes, egg beaters, lemon
squeezers, chopping knives in
several varieties, nutmeg
graters, gem ice shavers, but
ter moulds, fruit pickers.rolling
pins and bread boards.
Another useful novelty is
the family butter case which
just holds one roll; the butter
can be cut off as needed with
out moying it from tlte case.
See that your krehen is
supplied with all the;e requi
sites before the wat breaks
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposilo Sprcckob' Eunk
Tlio ltnilerhtpneil liuvinj,' been appointed
AiluiiuiiitriitiK nt Iho etnto of Xuncy 8
Ellin, Ijiu of Honolulu, Ouhtl, (licensed, 1it
order of Die Honorable. A. Terry, Circuit
JuilKe of the i-'irnt Jmllciiil Circuit, hemij
uo.iiiui ull puihOhH liHviuu cUiniK t)fnliit.t
htiid entiito Ui juthfiit tho wtine with o.
client duly autltfiitlcututl.uien thouRh tlie
Biiiuo bo Htcured by luortK'iKu "I'oii rent
eatu c, to her at the ofllco of J. Allied 5Iu
Koou, Honolulu. O.thit, within tx (U)
mmitln trim tin dute heaif, 01 muIi
cliiiiim will lu forever burred. All persons
Indebted to xuid estate uio also notified atid
directed to pay such debts to the adminis
tratrix. VIOTOWA S YAMH,
AomiLinti.dux of thi. EaUlu of Nanc i,
Uitted Honolulu, Juno L0, 18'J7. UH-4t
VOl' WANT TO SEi:
TIIJ-: Al'J'KOAUH OF
VOl' WlUi NKKD A
PAIR OP SPECTACLES
Tho beat pliicn In town to net them to
.ill t all HluhtH iiml poulietH Is in
r-i. a. bia.:rts
40IJ lull hluul.
T T T 1T
J yJ JtjL JLN
Broke His Own Record,
Doing the half-mile in 1:05 flat.
Pronounces the REMINGTON
the best Racing Wheel ever
B3r NOTE. Tho REMINGTON ROADSTER is
tho Racer, only it is more substantial and built expressly to
Bk& Tho prices of these Wheels are
cash or on tho installment plan.
3" In our Supply Department wo keep a full lino of
thereby doing uwuy with the necessity of sending to the
listT Our Repairing
delicate of repairing.
g Wheels rented by
From 3SJ"ew York:
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many othor articles that wo have a steady demand
for, and which wo offer to yon at vory low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Comer Fort and King Streets.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
Tho .T3csfc and tho Cheapest I
Dvkdy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Jlolus, Ovon lfixl7. i'rico $ 8 00
Vi:sn:itN, No. 7, 4 -7 iuoh llolco, Ovun lti Jxl7. " 15 00
Pi.izi: Hanoi:, No. 7-18, (3-7 iuch Holes, Ovon 18x18 i'iioIigb.
l'rieo 03 oo
i:m;o.mi: Hanoi:, No. 7 18,0 7 inch Uolos, Ovon 18x18 inched.
l'rico 27 00
Aifor.Lo Hanoi:, No. 7-18, (J-7 iuoh Holes, Ovon 18x18 inchos.
l'rico 30 00
Si ruin Univi:uhai, Hanoi:, No, 7 18, (J 7 inch Hnlos, Ovon
18x18. L'rico 15 00
l'OH HAMi HV TIIW
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Si!i'iJ-!fiff usv ' ra1
( i LA N O A. WON DMJR,)
within the reach of all, nnd arc either
Department is fully equipped to
tho hour, day or week.
Cycle & Manufacturing Co,,
Hoe, Etc ,
made on the snme model as
stand usage on heavy roads.
parts fur this make of wheel
do the most intricate and
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Tnro-patch Guitars, Uku
leles. Hawaiian Sheet Music.
Island Photographic Views.
Books and Stationery.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Prices .Always lyglfl
Indcpoudcnce Park Pavilion
r will bcII at public fiile on REl.
TKMU15B 0, lb()7, if not looner dla
poaeil of at private flc, nil of the
IhilMhiKi hiiown us "luilepondence
Park Pttvlllon." If so doelred by In
teudluu imrchasers tlio largo Dining-
...,.. ,.. . , ,. ,. ,r, . .aiciy uoni tlio
Main llullilhiK'. Also, nt tho name
tlmv and piiii" 12 iW Kohiuik' Uluiru,
TabloH, WashRtaii'ln, Water Pipos,
oto Tornin: $HK) or under, cash;
over $100, cti-li or IX) days with good
epprnv l notprtdruwiiifr 8 percent In
tercHt Tho ahovo liulldliiRS and ma
teilalH to l,o removed within SO days
from dato of aalo. Tho prcmluea will
tit ull thnus Uo open for Inspection.
JWJin J. X. WltlQHT.
To Be Oponed.
TM URHDA Y, July w, at tho Sallor'n
"no, Iho Itosttuirant will reopen
wltli a j.reo Dlminr Horvod Iu llrnt
fi1"!!" bt?''' Mraln, hliiKlo, Wo; tlckelH.
l.l. Open from o a. m. to 7 p in.
. C'llUKO II UK,
lW ' " I'lopilctur.