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. r.NIMl MIM.I.fcTIN. HONOLULU.!!. T.. THURSDAY, DBC. 12. 1901.
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THURSDAY DKCKMIIKII 12, 1001.
Opposition to the ennal treaty Is at
ready beginning to show Its hand. If
the United States Senate cannot accepl
the present treaty it might an well
gUe up tlic thought of accepting any
that maj bo framed.
Tho people of the other Islands arc
setting a splendid example for llonolu
lu to follow In the contributions to the
McKlnlcy memorial fund. It Is cer
talnly nbout time for the people of tills
city to show their pare.
The pcoplo who by reason of sharn
discussions hae been led to wonder
whether lllshop Willis was the rein
carnation of a religious lcll will do
well to read, mark, learn and Inwardly
digest tho address of the Synod pub
lished In this Issue. Dithop Willis has
dona ii grand work for his church in
these Islands nml he with his estlmnblu
wife hold an enviable place In tho
hearts of all people with whom they
hae cmnc In contact.
Judging from the rush of Eastern
Senators to present bills for the con
tinuance of tho Chinese- exclusion law,
the opposition In Congress will hard
ly be able to muster a corporal's guard.
It Is very npparent that tlio labor
unions of the West have dono a great!
neat oi work lu arousing tho Interest of
their tastern brethren and that tho
Kholo labor ote Is prratirally a unit
on the nucji on. This Is a owcr whli.li
no Senator or lteprcseulatlw cures to
At a. meeting of the anti-Saloon
league cslerday, tho resignation oi
Ttcv, U M. Hartley its superintendent,
was accepted and Itev. W. H. Illco was
appointed In his place. Tho letter of
resignation was ns lollows:
"To the i:ecutle Melting of the
Anti-Saloon League: Soon after
reaching Honolulu I was surprUedUo
note tho lndlca'.ons that Mrs. Hart
ley's health, always delicate, was fall
ing hero. Tha careful test of six
months has demonstrated that tbo cli
mate hern Is Inlralcr to her perman
rent residence In mis oower of beauty.
Therefore. I tender my resignation of
the oOke of superintendent of tho Anti
Saloon League of Honolulu for tho
Territory of Hawaii, to take effect
December 31, 1901.
"Tho deep regret with which I leld
to this necessity of leaving your most
loyal and promising organization. In
this lovely land Is tomeuhat soften
ed by two clicumstances: Klrst, (hat
I am prepareu to nominate If It bo
jour pleasure a successor whom I r
card as most competent; a minister
of tha Gospel known to you, and al
ready permanently tesldent upon the
ground; second, that I am urged lu
accept tho position of supoerlntcndent
rlcct of the Statu League of Cali
"L. M. HAIITLKV, Supt."
Various members of the League
epoko In apprcclatlono of tho good
work of Mr. Hartley and expressed
regret at tha necessity of his resig
nation. Itev. Mr. Hartley will make
his future home In Oakland.
A WORKWOMAN'S VIEW.
Editor Evening Ilulletin: This
morning's Advertiser remarks "Is
there any cause to Buppose that whlto
worklngracn would get any better
treatment while In less Influential rela
tions with the same people (tho Home
From our experience of the past Is
there any hope for anything at all
from tho Advertiser ring, or from any
of the corporations existing here, for
tbo whlto worklngman. Has not the
ring blocked nlmost the entire outlay
for necessary Improvements, and cor
porations care not to have their or
ders placed here but sent abroad, so
that nt present thero Is ajmost an en
tire stagnation In blislncss, excepting
on tho wharves where tons of structu
ral work Is being handled from abroad,
thus forcing the whltq worklngman
out of work, so that be will eventually
havo to Icace, to be replaced by cheaper
ORO. J. HARRIS,
A Whlto Worklngman.
Honolulu. Deo. 12, IDOL
There will bo a union Boys' Ilrlgadn
entertainment at thn Y. M. C. A. thla
evening. Five clubs will participate.
Tho following program will ho ren
dered: Short devotional exercises, Including
singing by the boys.
Solo Mis. Annls Montague Turner.
Get-up Drill liy a company of Ka
Male Chorus Mlgnon Club.
Oultar Solo Mr. Hrrrlrk.
"A Talo On New Athletic Field."
Recitation Mr. Murphy.
Ojmnasliim Drill Members of Y,
Violin Solo President A. M. Smith,
Quartet Hoys of Kakaako.
Solo Mr. Sabate.
Sugar men aro cheered by the latest
reports, which show a firmer markot
though without higher figures for raw.
Refined on tho Const has rlspn, Indt
eating an end of the war between
Trust and licet.
FLOOD OP NEW BILLS TO
ENFORCE CHINESE EXCLUSION
(Continued from pile l.t
Tho reBt of tho bill Incorporates
Kahn's bill providing lor appeals lrom
tno decisions of United States com
missions and fixing bonds (n appeal.
Tho lollowlng nro snmpio Interviews
with Senators from dllicrcnt parts of
the country snowing why Chinese ex
clusion Is lnvorcd:
Senator Penrose of Pennsylvania I
am In favor of tho passage of a Chi
lli so exclusion bill, and I bellcvo In
si lengthening the present one. I am
certainly disposed to rvrVnl tho Im
migration of Chinese Into this country
as a source of tianger.
Senator llurton of Knnias I am In
finor of mircstiltti'il Immigration, nnd
should not mako nny distinction be
tween Chlneso nnd other nationalities.
On the grouml that tho Chlneso Is not
1 deslrublo citizen. noveor, I nm In
favor of keeping him out by legtsla
Senator Money of Mississippi
Twenty enrs ago I mado my llrst
sreeeh In favor of Chlneso exclusion. I
hnvo not changed my mind.
Senator IVirakcr of Ohio I stand
on tha side of Chlneso exclusion. I
shull support uu exclusion bill. OI
course, Clilneso Immigration Is not
good for the United States.
Senator McComns of Maryland
Chlneso exclusion Is a necessity. 1
am In sympathy with this movement
mill shall support It.
Senator Haw ley of Connecticut
Chinese exclusion shall have my sup
port. I am in fmur o. a bill to ro
strict reckless Immigration, and be
llevo that tho Chinese, being undestra
blo reslilenln, should bo prevented
f Kim coming hero.
Senator Quartos of Wisconsin I nm
"atlslled that Chinese exclusion is
rlsht and necessary. 1 shnll voto for
Senator Carmaclt of Tcnnosneo I
shall cast my voto for Chinese exclu
stou, for I bellovo that tho Immlgra
Hon of this class should bo rigorously
Scnatur Foster of Washington In
company with nlmost everybody on
l.. Pacific Blopo I am (Irmly opposed
to tho unlimited Immigration of Chi
nese laborers Into tho Uhlted States.
Benator Foster of Uiulslana As I
havo alurajs. I stand todny In opposi
tion to tho Immigration of .ucsa In
to tho Unltcu hintes. Wo aro not
ready to throw open our shores to tho
norucs or orientals who would pour
into tins country wera thu ban of
Senator Krje of Malno I favor leg
islation looking toward the restriction
of Chinese Immigration. I shall sup
port the bill which Is to tal;o thf
placo of the Oeary law.
Senator Stewart of Ncadn Do you
think It necessary to ask mo whero 1
stand on tho Chlneso question? Wherr
should I stau. but on tno sido which
Is opposed to Chinese Immigration?
Quito n number of Senators nro non
committal, but only two havo been
mind thus far wnn openly oppose
Ch'nese exclusion. They are Senators
Clark and Wurrcn of Wyoming.
Senator Clark said: "I Bay open the
doors and let tho Chlneso In. If wo
do not I do not know what wo nro
tjolng to do for laboieis In our section
of (ho country. It Is a fact that tho
farmers cannot get sulllrlrnt help to
harvest their crops, nnd tho situation
In regard to household servants Is
equally ns bad."
Senator Wnrron To a certain ex
'out I nifieo with mv colleague. Thn
Chlneso Is sober nnd Industrials and
ho makes a good servant. Ho will
work hard nnd ho will not work for
less wages than whlto men get, con
trary to a general impression. It does
not make nny dldercnco to mo whether
ho s'wes up $300 or $100 and goes
homo or hot. All wo want Is lih
hbor, and when ho departs from our
shores another will appear to tnl.e his
Washington. Dec. 3. At a meutlng
of tho Calllornla aelegation today, at
tended by ail tho members, tno matter
ot presenting tho Chlncsu exclusion
question was discussed. A pictty
complete poll had been taken of tho
ttepubllcan members of tho House, and
It was found that thero was practically
no opposition to exclusion.
"You fellows in Cautornla fix up tho
bill you want and wo nro with you."
was a sentiment freely expressed.
'j no ueeigatlon clodded to Invito all
benators and Representatives from
the Pacific Slope to attend n mooting
Friday morning, when steps will be
taken to outllno a b... to be presented
In behalf of tho united Pacific Coast
delegations. o .. .i now being pro
pared under tho direction of Commis
sioner General Powdeny will bo ready
for consideration of tno mooting. An
other bill, which has boon revised by
tho Federal Judges In California, will
Mill also bo available.
It Is tho intention of tho California
delegation to secure tno support of
tho othor Pacific Coast delegations
tnd thus show to tho East that the
West Is a unit. Thore Is, a feeling
among tho California)) that thu com
rnlttoo sent by tho exclusion conven
tion Is merely a set of men planning
to capture California for tho Dorao
rratlc party by trying to mako It ap
pear later that thero was great oppo
sition to Chinese exclusion, nnd that
tho efforts ol this commlttoo were nec
essary to savo tho hill. Tho renresen-
tntatlves of California In Congicss nro
unanimous In saying that they nro
competent to deal wu tho situation.
One of them said today sarcastically:
"Tho committee which Is coming is
composed of high-minded, nblo gentle
men, particularly gifted for tho wor
tuey think thoy havo beforo them. I
will say that If tho regularly elected
representatives of Calltomla aro una
ble to do tho work beforo them, and
nio to bo succeeded by a commlttoo,
no better commlttoo couiu havo been
Washington, Doc. 4. Thero was a
df l(igo of Chlneso oxclusloii'bllls In tho
Senate today. Senators Lodge, Stow
art, Fairbanks, Mitchell, Quay and
Prnroso Introduced bills, all looking to
ward comploto exclusion. Ledge's bill
Is very brlof. It simply removes tho
vn-yciir limit from tho present law,
Tno bill Is as follows.
. .1 hat so much of section i of the act
of Congress approved May S, 1892, as
amended by tho act of Congress ap
proved November 3, 1SS3, to prevent
tho ccomlng of Chinese persons into
tho United States as limits the exclu
sion of Chinese persons to ten years
from the passage of the act of May 6,
1F.92, In hereby repealed.
Mitchell's bill Is most swooping. It
lOil Bill SHORT
provides for tho exclusion of Chinese,
Japanese and Filipinos and tnclr de
scendants. Tho Calllornlnns havo do
icrrcd nctton titnll nrter trlilay's con
icrence when a bill, trained by Com
missioner Oencral 1'owdorly'n staff
and cxpectedio bo Indorsed by tho
entire Pacific .opo delegation, will bo
Introduced In Senate nnd House.
Willie Senator Lodge's in.. Is satis
factory co far as It goes there Is a
genera") feeling that marc thorough ac
tion should bo taken strengthening tho
present laws and more clcar.y dofln
niK different classes of uhlnesc, as
well ns tho duties of exclusion olllclals.
.-ore Is no talk on exclusion, It being
considered one o. tno absoluto certain-
Uit'8. No eastern man has thus far
nan inu temerity to rniso uis volco
very loudly, If at all, in tlio fnco of
tha flood of petitions irom nil over tho
Secretary Gage's report discusses
Chinese exclusion without making rec
cmineiidatioiis. The Secretary says!
"Legislation is recommended by tho
Commissioner to deflno more narrowly
the term 'merchant, bb well as to pre
ml be conditions, corresponding to
thoso wllh which this class ot Chi
nese havo to comply, tor the admission
of merchants wlcs nnd minor chll
dien. For tho nuruoso of enabling the
aCtnlnlstrativo ofllccrs to Investigate
.horoughly tho veracity of thn state
menta ns to circumstances occurring
in China, upon which claims to adtnls
slon to this country nro. basudMiddl
ilonal legislation Is also recommended,
riie report further shows that Chinese
persons who havo been relused ndnils
lion at ports of entry on the Canadlnn
boundary as members ot ona of the
excepted classes, subsequently cross
tho border mid nro arrested nnd car-
led before judicial olflecis upon their
claim of having been bo in in this
"Tho total number of thoso oeportnl
during the year under Judicial deci
sions wns 328, and tho cost of execut
ing tho mandates of tho courts for
their deportation amounted to f4G,
940.44. The laws iclattng to tho ex
clusion of Chlneso oxplro by limitation
on Mny 5, 1902. Tho re-enactment of
these Jaws, cither ns they now stand
or with modifications, furnishes an im
portant subject lor Investigation nnd
appropriate action by Congicss. If
tho laws should bo renewed or their
provisions extended, tho Department
would bo pleased to furnish a state
ment covering certain ndmlnlstrntlvn
betterments suggested by experience
In their enforcement.".
Of the appropriation of $100,000 for
tun administration of tho Chlneso ex
clusion laws, there was expended for
salaries and expenses of ofllccrs, $110.'
4S2.35: for deportation of prisoners,
t4fi.U4U.44; miscellaneous expenses.
S3.2G1.8S; total. $IG0,C84.Gi, leaving n
deficit of $G84.G7.
ATTORNEY GENERAL KNOX
TU FEDERAL OFFICERS
Executive Officers and Employes of
Department of Justice Must Not
Tako part in Politics
Barred from Committees.
Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. 29. Tun
United Slates inaishal and district at
.cmey today received copleH of a cir
cular from Attorney General Knox,
.Will orders to post in their ollleos and
-all to tho attention ot all employes,
thu circular sajs:
"To all OWcers and Employes of tlio
Department of Justice: Your atten
tion Is directed to a circular or this
Jepartmcnt, Issued August 20, lUuO, In
which section 2 of the civil servieo act
jf January 1G, 1SS3, forbidding an ex
ecutive, olllcer or employe, among oth
ers, to solicit or receive political con
rlbulnns lrom any olllceis or am
ploycs of tho United States, was quot
ed, and all persona serving under tha
department were tequlred to observe
ilrictly tho prohibitions or this law,
mil were recommended to lofraln from
jorvica on political commutees charg
ed with tho collection and disburse
ment of campaign funds. I now re
peat thu Injunctions of that circular
ind tho following further directions
on the subject:
"Rulut 3 of the civil servieo rules
provides that do pet son In tho execu
Ive civil service shall uso tils official
authority or official Influence for tho
purpose of interfering with an elec
tion or controlling tho result thereof.
The spirit of thn civil servlo laws and
rules renders It highly undeslrabla
for Federal ofllccrs and employes to
taker active part In political conven
tions or In tho direction of othor parts
of political machinery. Persons In tbo
Government service under thls'dcpart
ment should not act as chairmen of
political organizations nor make
themselves unduly prominent in loral
political matters. It Ih oxpetced and
required that all ofllccrs and onmloyes
of this department shall act In entire
conformity with tlio views herein set
Washington, Dee. 4. Senators Per
kins and Halo Introduced T'arlfl; cablo
hills. Perkins' bill Is Muntlcal with
that offeied by Corliss In tho House.
It provides for tho construction ot I ho
Lablo by thn Ooverumenc Iron San
Francisco to Honolulu and tho Philip
pines, via Wako Island and tiurm: nil
iliurUus thn Prcsldttut to m'.IUu thn
aimy nnd uavtiy lorcu when dnsirnbln:
places tho construction and control
under tho Postmaster General, tho
Serretary of tho Navy aud tho Secro
tary of War; requires all material to
bo of American manufacture and laid
by ships flying tho American tins; fixes
tno tariff at not ovor -5 cents a word
finm San I'roncUco to Honolulu, and
nil cents between San rranclsco and
Manila; appropriates (5U0.000 and au
thorizes contracts up to 10,00u,00l
additional, and authorlrcs the Presi
dent to enter Into cablo communica
tion with Japan and China.
Senator Halo's bill Is tho samo oh
that which was passed last session.
It provides for Government cables
from tho westeu) s-oro of America
to Hawaii to bo Hinder tuo control of
tho Navy Department.
Have pic'ures framed at Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
H II Mill
til BIllS OFFERED
. BY MM B HALE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
A FRE8II INVOICE OF
direct from factory.
P. R. I81INBDRG, Prcnldcnt.
UP - TO
"Ai mr .
In Ht. ly, elciint In finish, light unci
ccxy running, lire the leading dun
nctcrlHtlCH of our vclitclcH. Neither
time nor cxicnne Ih Hpnrcd In their
construction, nnd tho rcmilt in iih fine
and well built u line ' vehicles mnde.
CIIAS. F. HERRICK
I8S Wcrchont St., next
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAY5. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
; 20 io 50 per cent.
This reduction is not only on all old stock, but the very
latest things In Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
first will get firyt choice. We have just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are al be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for 51.25, now go forgi.ooj Si. 50
books go for $1 20, and all other books .sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
J. D. Jewett l
,. J. WILLIAMS
FOTO GALL Cry.
- SOLE AUENTS FOR -
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
This is put up In special heavy cases
nnd coated tins to avoid waste and
Tho Bent Cold Water Paint
riAQNire paintinq hachine
C. P. IIERRICK, Mnnnftcr.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stongenvvnld Building.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improvod and modern SUOAIt MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
ond RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular attec
Hon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at nhorteit notice.
TEL MAIN 64.
Mrs. tl. II. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping-
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Building, Fort Street
' Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Shekels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
Sin Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of Ban Francisco.
San Frsnclsco- The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York Amorlcan Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Parle Credit Lyonnaia.
Berlin Dresdncr Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made n
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
- Ettabllthed 1858
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Buainc-sa.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notieo 2 per ceut. (thi? form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 inontlia 4 per cent
Pioaeer Building and Loan
A63ET8, JUNE !J, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposit.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS .1. L. McLean. Preal
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. D. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DinnCTOIlS J. L. McLean, A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. D. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kecch. J. A. Ly!e,
Jr., J. M. Little, U. 8. Uoyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlco Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
Savings Do poults will be
received and Intertst allowed by the
Hank at (our1 and ono-halt per cent
Printed copies ot the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Oface at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO,
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24,000,000
i-aia up uapitai Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho Dank buys and receives (or col
lection Dills of Exchange Issues Drafts
ind Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3)
For 3 months . . 8
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., HI King Street
What Will You Need
In vlow of tho much-Increasing de
mands for Ornamental Holiday Doe
orations and wholesome Dalntle?, our
European and Eastorn representatives
havo given extraordinary care and at
tention to our selections this year and
wo can proinleo our friends tho latest
and newest designs and novelties tho
world's markols produco.
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 240.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOVD BROKER
REM ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architect, Contractor and Builder.
Edward R. Swain.
ITAfiaiHWAI D IID.. MOKOtVltl
CROCKER BUIIDINO, J '"
SAN FRANCISCO. '
J. F. RILEY,
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bot 160
Geo. W. Page.
, rTL 2M
t T. O. Box 771
F. W. I3eardalee.
BEARD&LEE a pAob
Architects and Builder.
Offlce, Room 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshcd on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attend! to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
(or brick and wooden buildings, als
Offle and residence, 312 Quetn SL.
near Qovernmtnt building. j
H. P. BERTELMAN'8
18 - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON ,
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jne. Schaefer,
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu. ,.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22T Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLK.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of tbe popular
The nura tulrn nt ttiA mMfmlt Th.
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo acentfl fntlthn Tprrllniv if Yl.
wall. Offlco and Works, 601 fort St.
nonoiuiu, i. oi il.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
THIS SPACb RE3ERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
rnropcan and American Diy Goods.
' Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. HackfeicU Co., Lttt
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Polsoc;
r,r.,lr tni In cu U lnu.4 .1 Urn,
-. in.tr. " ! ' l.kca ai.rt.rr. I.4U. J"
"" ' ' ! fi. ' r.ifh.i b n.-ik.
Sr. Tkf.tf, n.pl.s r.rp.r duel HjKrfi, Inn
"I " ' Mr, O.lr or tr.br.wi Skllbf !, wrlw
Cook Remedy Co.
101 iu.il. t,,i,, ru.il., in. h, vrMf, .f ,. c.i
k.lsla,ooo. n. Miidi ik. htai .uiUM. w,h ir.L.
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