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EVE.NINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TIIUItBDAY, DEC, 1Z, 1901.
Canal Treaty Sent
PRICE . ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu St. P. O. Box Tf.
TO THE SENATE
For Ratification Grand Opening
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New deigns in Hemstitched and Drawn-work Pillow Cases
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We have a good assortment of popular priced handkerchiefs
in plain narrow H.S., fancy scollaped and lace borders.
Also an elegant ranfe of patterns and designs in fine hand
kerchiefs trimmed Aith Maltese Point Lace and MechlinLaces
Here are the Names
of the little girls in the lead for the Handsome Doll we will
give away December 93rd.
' Alma Ferguson, Fort St .16 votes
Violet Atherton, 706 King St 28 "
Pearlie Kekumano, Vineyard St.... 26 "
Ruth C. Soper, Lunaiilo St 18 "
Alice Moore, Green St 18 "
Kllen Johnson, Honolulu SoapJWorks, 10 "
EloiseWicnman, King& Victoria Sts 10 "
Mabel Kemble, 1909 Punchbowl St. . 8 "
The last day of voting will be Saturday Night at 10:00
o'clock, December 21st.
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Washington, Doc. 5. The new Hay
Pauncetote treaty providing for the
construction of a canal across the
Isthmus of Panama, which was sent to
the Senate yesterday, Is ns follows:
"The United States of America and
His Majesty, Edward VII of the United
Kingdom ot Great Drltaln and Ireland,
and of the British dominions beyond
the seas, King and Emperor ot India,
being desirous to facilitate tho con
struction of -a ship canal to connoct
the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, by
whatever route may bo considered ex
pedient, and to that end to remove
any objection which may arise out of
the treaty ot April 19, 1850, commonly
called the Clayton-llulwcd treaty, to
the construction ot such canal undrr
the auspices of tho Government of the
United States without impairing "the
general principle" of neutralization es
tablished in article 8 ot that conven
tion, havo for tho purpose appointed
ns their plenipotentiaries tho President
of the United States, John Hay, Secre
tary ot State of tho United States of
America, and His Majesty, IMuard VII
of the United Kingdom of Great Brit
ain and Ireland and of the British do.
minions beond tho seas. King and
Emperor ot India, the Right Hon. Lord
Paunccfotc, G. C. 1)., G. C. M. a., Ills
Majesty's Embassador Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary to the
United States, who, having communi
cated to each other their full powers,
which wero meant to he In duo and
proper form, have agreed upon tho fol
Tho high contracting parties agree
that the present treaty shall supcrsere
tho aforementioned convention of the
19th of April. 1830. I
ARTICLE II. '
It Is agreed that tho canal may be
constructed under tho misplccs of the
Government of the United States, eith
er directly at Its own cost, or by gift
or by loan of money to Individuals or
corporations, or through subscription
to or purchase ot stock or shares, and
that, subject to tho provisions of the
present treaty, tho said Goernment
shall have and enjoy all the rights Inci
dent to such construction, ns well as
the exclusive right of providing for
the regulation and management of the
The United States adopts as tho
basis of the neutralization of such canal
the following rules, substantially as
embodied In tho convention of Con
stantinople, signed tho 28th of Octo
ber, 1888, for the free navigation of the
Suez canal, that Is to say:
KIrst The ranal shall be freo and
open to vessels of commerce and of
war of nil nations observing these rules
on terms of entire equality, so that
there shall bo no discriminating
against any such nation or Its citizens
or subjects, in respect of the condi
tions or charges of traffic or other
wise. Such conditions and charges of
traffic shall bo Just and equitable.
Second Tho canal shall never bo
blockaded, nor shall any right of war
be exercised, nor any act of hostility
be committed within It. The United
States, however, Blind be at liberty to
maintain such military police along
tho canal as may bo necessary to pro
tect It against lawlessness nnd disorder.
Third Vessels of war of 11 belliger
ent shall not rovictual nor tnkc any
stores In tho canal except so far as
may be strictly necessary; anil the
transit of such vessels through the
canal shall bo effected with tho least
posstblo delay in accordance with the
regulations In force, and with only
such Intermission as may result from
tho necessities of the service. Prizes
shall bo In all cases subject to the
same rules as vessels of war of tin
Fourth No belligerent shall embark
or disembark troops, munitions of war
or warllko rantcrlals in the -canal ex
cept in case of accidental hindrance
ot tho transit, and In such case tho
transit shall be resumed with all possi
Fifth The provisions of this article
shall apply to waters adjacent to the
canat and within threo marine miles
of each end. Vessels of war of a bel
ligerent shall not remain In such wa
ters longer than twenty-four hours at
any one time, except In case of distress,
and In such caso shall depart as soon
as possible, but a vessel of war of one
belligerent shall not depart within
twenty-four hours from the departure
ot a vessel of war of the other belli
gerent. Sixth Tho plant, establishments,
buildings and all works necessary to
tho construction, maintenance and op
eration of the canal shall be deemed
to be port thereof for the purposo of
tbla treaty, and In time ot war, as In
time of peace, shall enjoy complete. Im
munity from attack or Injury by bel
ligerents and from acts calculated to
Impair Its usefulness as part of the
It Is agreed that no chango of terri
torial sovereignty or of International
relations of the country or countries
traversed by the before-mentioned ca
nnl shall affect the general principle
of neutralization or the obligation of
the high contracting parties under the
Tho present treaty shall bo ratified
by the President of the United Slates
by and with the advice and consent of
the Senate thereof and by his llrlttanlc
Majesty, and the ratification shall be
exchanged at Washington or at Lon
don nt the earliest postilblc time with
in six months from the dato hereof.
In faith whereof tho respective plen
ipotcntarles lime signed this treaty
and hereunto affixed their seals.
Done In duplicate at Washington the
18th day of November, In tho year of
our Lord ono thousand nine hundred
1 JOHN HAY,
The following Is the letter of Presi
dent Roosevelt transmitting tho treaty
to the Sennte:
"To tho Senato: I transmit for the
ndvlco and consent ot tho Senate to Its
ratification a treaty signed Nov ember
18, 1901, by the respective plenipoten
tiaries ot tho United States and Great
Britain to facilitate tho construction
of n ship ranal to connect tho Atlantic
nnd Pacific oceans by whntcver route
may be considered expedient, and to
that end tocmove any objection which
may nrlso out ot tho convention ot
April 19, 1850, commonly called the
Clayton-Ilulwer treaty, to tho construe
I tlon of such canal under the auspices
of tho Government ot the United States
without Impnlrlng 'the general princi
ples' of neutralization established In
article 8 of that convention. I also
Inclose n report from tho Secretary of
'Stnto submitting tho convention for
''Whlto House. Washington, Decern
her, 4, 1901."
Tho tPXt of Secretary Hoy's report
on the treaty, ns made to the Presi
dent, was also transmitted to the Sen
nte, but the language Is practically the
simc as that In the President's letter
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GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will b offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
' 14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
3P . O- B02C 886 3alEL 2H
improvements over and abovo the
amount available from tho salo of
bonds, and must bo provided for from
the profits made on the crops of su
Iho operating expenses or tho enr
have been $453,981.23. charged to the
crop of 1900 01; J327.929.8l. charged
to the crop or 190102; S185.S28.01
charged to the crop of 1902 03; $18,827
charged to tho crop of 1903 04; a total
of $1,01G,3GG.08. Tho total Incomo,
partly ostlmnted. was $418.478 94. bu
sbies profits from tho plantation storu
or lu.uup, Tno resources of tho plan
tntion aro placed at $4,830,958.37. Tho
liabilities, Including capital stock,
bonds payable, agents' nccounts, profit
nnd loss and all other Items Is tho
Tho crop of sugar for 1900 01 was
21,454 tons. That of tho your beforo
15,450 tons, whllo the operating ex
penses of this year over last wero only
m uniE no
HIS DECISION REVERSED
AND CASE REMANDED
Jurisdiction of District Court is De
termined by Amount of Claim
and Not of Bond or
Bid HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS.
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Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY QOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O. Box wj.
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DttUu la Ho. Sllkt tad Gran Llnwi. CbttuM "4 Japaaci Goodi ot All Kladi
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WELL WORDED WANTS IN
THE BULLETIN I
Chief Justico Frcar and Justice
Perry heard and havo docldeu tho
case of Volcano Stables and Transpor
tation Co. vs. Hayashl and Y. Kawal.
It was an appeal from Judge Little, of
the Fourth Circuit, and tbo appeal Is
sustained, wise & Ntckeus appeared
for plaintiff, and Smith & Parsons for
Plaintiff brought an action In tho
District Court or llllo upon a contract
with Hayashl to make a road. Hayashl
with Kawal as Burcty, gavo a bond In
$1,000 for tho faithful performance ot
tho corltract. It was complained that
Hayashl failed to complete tho road,
to the damago of tho plaintiff in $300
and suit was brought lor that amount
on tho bond.
Defendants demurred to tho com
plaint on tho ground that tho court
had no jurisdiction because tho action
was on a bond tho penalty of which
was $1,000. Tho district magistrate
overruled tho demurrer, and gavo Judg
ment for tho plaintiff for tho amount
Defendants appealed, and tho Circuit
Judgo, on his own motion, ruled that
tho District Court had no Jurisdiction
to hear or detormlno tho case, and
dismissed tho action on tho grounds,
first, that tho pennity stated In tho
bond was moro than $300, and, sec
ondly, that, section 1144 of tho Civil
Laws provided that District Courts
did not havo Jurisdiction in such cases.
Tho Supremo Court is ot tho opinion
that tho Circuit Court erred, saying:
"II is woll sottled that tho amount for
which Judgment Is prayed, and not the
amount ot tho penalty of tho bond or
of tho debt duo determines whother or
not tho caso Is ono within tho Jurisdic
tion of tho court." It Is also estab
lished, by tho preponderance of au
thority, that tho plaintiff may waive,
a portion of tho amount duo him, In
order to bring hlB claim within tbo
Jurisdiction ot tho court.
"Tho order of dismissal Is revorsed,
and tho caso is romanded to tbo Cir
cuit Judgo of tho Fourth Circuit for
Hiirh further proceedings as may bo
Most men are willing to take chances
on tho stretching cupaclty of a necd
ln's eye. .
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Circular tut uv rwjuct
Tho ndjourncd nnnial meeting of
tho Oatui Sugar Company was held
yesterday. Thero were present tho
following: President, Paul Isenberg;
first vice president, M. P. Kohlnson,
In placo of II, F. Dillingham; second
vice president, 1-. M. Lewis. In place
of M. P. Kohlnson : treasurer, II. A.
iBcnbcrg; secretary, F. Klamp: audi
tor, E. Hannebcrg; board of directors.
S. C. Allen, F. J. Lowrcy, J. A. Mc
Cnndlcss and II. Foekc.
Treasurer Isenberg reports, in fact.
Of tho total authorized Issuo of
bonds, viz: $7GO,000, .no sum of tCOO.
000 has been disposed of during last
year, leaving 11S0.003 bonds available.
wnicn aro now being offered for salo
uy Messrs. nishop & Co.
"As the sum of $300,000 of receipts
for bonds had to bo applied towards
tho cost of permanent Improvements
niado during tho year ending Septem
ber 30, l'JOO. only $450,000 wero avail
ablo for defraying tho cost of perma
nent Improvements mado since that
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