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TlllRSDAY JANUARY 23. 1902.
Waul, representing tm- I'aclllc Corn
Sad pictures drawn by Cuban and menial table Company ol New York.
Sugar Trust representatives of what I lie explained that Joim W. .Mackay
will happen If Cuba Is not granted bus lor yriirs been Interested In the
1 happen If Cuba Is not granted
He tariff reduction makes people
ader how the sugar magnates he
m'u u'"u "' """ "" """" """
Their previous sufferings have been
due to war. Now they want the whole
Under the heailing "Iteileitlon on
Davis" Thurston's organ publishes the tUv Tll0 on-er l8 considered cspe
following clipping-from the Chionlclo: ,.ny lulvantageous by several Sena
'It Is becoming chronically apparent I tors who have boon" ardent advocates
mat whenever a Hawaiian lawer losesioi
a case, or is confronted with an ad
verse ruling, nothing will m'lsfy him
short of a complete change In tin per
sonnel of the court."
How ubout Its reflection on Thurs
ton? Late dispatches detail two impoitant
Incidents In Roosevelt's ollh !ul life.
Klrst, he has taken appointments out
of the hands of the .National Republi
can committee, second, he stepped on
his wife's train at a reception. In
answer to IiIh wife's lepioachful look,
the President replied. "Pardon me. my
dear." Should the National committee
offer similar remaik. the President
would doubtless make a similar response.
If It weie ralr or Just for tho Govern-
.Maekiiv's cable proposition Is ta ' "lent to lay a cable in competition with
thoroiiRhlv business like that It Is mak- I P'lvato enterprise and was It good bus
,ng marke-d headway for favorable con- j iY 1? VKow wh'oS" U
slderntlon from Congress. The plan , ,.,,,, vi OVor-tIilnK desired Horn a
for government construction Is not p,v,lt(. ,.ide without the outlay ol a
without Its good points but ts Mackay dollar.
already has his goods In process of' Seimtiu Perkins, who sat in thu
constitution and the delivery I sure. I Senate Committee on Naval Alialrs In
there Is little reason why he should "eailng cable propositions tonay, ex-
not be given tin opportuult) so
V S T UNITED STATES
Beilln, Jan. 11. It was announced
imlnv tint I'rliic llenrv iif Prussia I
!i""n.Li r'"," lk?'L . u L"' I
the brother of Bmpeior William,
would represent the Kaiser nt tut
launching of the yucnt now building
at New York for the Kaiser. It was
also announced that the imperial
yacht Hohenzollerii would be present
at the launching.
In connection with the proposed
trip of the llohenzollcrn. Kmperoi
William tclegrapucti as follows lu
English to President Roosevelt:
"I am most gratlfled byy our kind
permission for Miss Hooseve,. to per
form the christening ceremony of m
yacht. It gives mo great pleasure to
announce ot you that I have ordered
my yacht llohenzollcrn to cross ovei
and be present at the ceiemony. .My
brother. Admiral Prince Henry of
Prussia, will appear us my representa
tive, and will be able to express to
you once moie my sincere feelings
and friendship for thu United States
and their Illustrious head.
"VrLLlAM. I. It."
President Roosevelt replied us lot
lows in Gorman;
"Your . ajesty's Intention to send
over your yacht Hoheuzollern to at
tend the christening by my daughter
of your new- yacht Is a source of great
pleasure to mc. I ran assuie you
heartfelt welcome for your brother.
Admiral Prince Henry, to whom 1
shall personally express my sincere
feeling of esteem for Your Majesty, as
well as my best wishes for the wel
fare of the German people.
"TIIEODOIIB ROOSK ELT."
The Hoheuzollern wns placed in
dry dock nt Kiel today to have her
bottom sci aped and painted. She Is
under orders to be fitted out for a
ten weeks' cruise, and will sail for
New York January 22u, according to
present plans, arriving there February
3d. Prince Henry will sail early In
February on ono of tho North llcr-
1 CUIIIUIJ ll UtIU 11 tllU 41UUII WV, "
man Lloyd steamers. He will be at -
tended by sovcral ollircrs of high
rank, whose names have not yet been
announced. Tho date of tue launch
ing of the Kmperor'H yacht. It Is un
derstood, has been llxed for l-'cbru
l'n..liliif.tin Inn I Tlio Klfltd
partmeut has been advised or a change
in the plans of the Australian Govern -
,, u.i, i, ...... i , ,1,.. ,.. iii riff
for the confederation. It was the orlK-
passed the Parliament. United States,
Consul General Dray, writing from
Melbourne under date of November 18
states that he has been Informed b
C. C. Kingston, Minister of Australian
Customs, that should the tariff now
before the Australian Parliament rail
to puss in Its present form, an In
crease or decrease lu duties ns now
levied will not be charged or relund
ed to the Importer. Amendments made
In the tariff during Its passage in Par
liament will take effect Immediately.
When n changel n the original bill is
inal program to let the tariff go Into '" ' ""'"' ""
effect as drawn up, and then to refund I'lurpunt Morgan of New York; Ed-
or collect ror any alternations which """"' ''''i'"'1" ,"ay' f8' in attorney of
-,i..i ...a,. i.r.,,.., ,1,. ,,in i.ni INew ork. and Willtnm Wetmore, son
ill!,.,, I Ul 11IUIIU VVIUIU
voted or passed by the House or Hep I "'"'r, Columbia. March Sth. He will
resentatlves, the Government at once ' be accompanied by llnfmaischall. Vice
notifies the Collector of Customs of ( Admiral von Seckendoirf and two
such change In the duty from that aldeii-du-cnmp. Lieutenant Commun
dato. according to such umendment. ,pr8 Schmidt von Schwind and Von
Mr. Ilruy mild that tho Parliament Is .,,,, .., . . ,, ,,..,,., ,i i, n-
now debating the bill, and It wus on-
tlclnated that two months wou.d
elapse before Its final passage. An
other report to tho department from
the Consul General, dated November
21, states that a number of alterations
have been made In the tariff by proc
lamation of the Minister of Customs,
taking effect that day. Among them
is a reduction In the duty on mono
lectured tobarc-o from 85 cents to 79 j v" Orumme. aide-de-camp to the Km
cents a pound. I I'eror.
HIS PLANS OUTLINED
BEFORE THE COMMITTEE
Has Long Had the Pacific Scheme in
Mind--Senator Perkins Con-
verted to New
Washington. .Inn. 1 1. liumarknblo
piopusals tor laing uio l'acuiu cable
were made to tin- Senate Committed
on Ninnl Allulis today by lleorgo U.
" ",r '""- '"," "nun-men " i
I'aclllc eable as a matter or pride
J - Jl;J;r!;nr.cpldcSC!IS
lloverniiieni would not undertake, to
,.0iiiimt u cable, to lay one without
'miUsUIn or grant, asking no assistance
wiiateei Irom the Government, and
agieelng to sell thu cablu to the Gov
ernment nt the cost of construction, to
li., ili.ti.rtiitnnfl l.v ndiltrntlnt, II ia.
a uovcrnmeui cauie.
When the committee met. George
G. Ward of Now York, president of
the I'aclllc Cable Company, and Wil
liam M. Cook, general counsel, were
present. Hale, the cnalrmnn. explain
ed the effoits that previously had been
maue to secure legislation authorizing
the construction or a cable to the Ha
waiian Islands. He also impressed
upon the committee the Importance of
early action In ine matter If anything
was to be accomplished; Speaking for
his company, Ward said that for a
great many years John W. .Mackay
hail had a gieat desire to see a Pacific
cable laid because ol bis being Identi
fied largely with the Pacific Coast, and
then went over the ground covered in
the healing before the House Commit
tee. In opposing the proposition that the
uovermnent lay the cable. Ward asked
pressed himself as greatly pleased
with the proposition outlined by Geo.
O. Waid and William M. Coon, vice
piesldent and general counsel of the
I'aclllc Commercial Cable Company.
"Though my bill proposes to lay the
cable at Government expense, through
the Navy Department. I confess that
the proposition laid down by tne
PaciUc Commercial Cable Company,
pleases mc. I don't see how tho Gov-
"""unl la" ' "oner man to let
these men go abend and lay their ca-
bio. They do not nsk for any subsidy
or special plivlleges, uor lor ony mo
nopoly. They agree to cut cable rates
in nair and to send Government mes
sages for half of the cut rate. There
would be no resplnslblllty on the part
of the Government, no chargo for
maintenance or repairs. The compa
ny is headed by John W. Mackay, who
Is a good Callfornlan, and who is mov
ed by patriotic as well as business mo
tives In getting this cablo laid.
"We are Informed by .Messrs. Ward
and Cook that a cable is now being
LLii&micieu at inn rate or iw miles a
week, and that within a few days this
will be Increased to 080 miles a week.
Tin- company agrees to have the cablo
mill rrom San Francisco to Honolulu
by the 1st of November, barring accl
tluits. and by the end of Docomber In
any event. The route from Honolulu
would be via Wake Island nnd Guam.
Now thut is all that the United States
wants, ond If a private corporation
stands ready to do this without a sub
sidy and without asking for any spe
cie 1 provlleges or a monopoly, 1 bo
llev It should bo permitted to go
ahead. All these gentlemen ask Is
thai the Government tnko no action nt
all, thut Congress pass no bill. Know
ing John W. Mackav's ability and
Americanism. I am willing to have the
company go ahead."
Washington. Jan. 14 The Cabinet
' . ,
1 " ' today wa s d evot d II nrgel y to
the consideration of the report of ret
resentatlves of this country at the
coronation of King Edward VII. At
tho conclusion the following deslgna'
tlmiH were nnnounced by the Secre
tary of State: Special embassador
wmtelaw Hem or .New lork; repre
sentative of the I'nlted Slates Army,
iieuerai jumps. II. Wilson ol Dehc
i ware; representative ot the United
Slates Navy. Captain Chailes B. Clark,
commander of the battleship Oregon
!'"''K ll( Spanish-American war and
1 "'w Koy'""' ' tllu Naval Home ut
T1"'"' nl" t0 ' tllre0 secretaries, as
senator wcimoru oi mioue isiano.
Washington, Jan. 15. Dr. von Hollc
liin, the Gorman Embassador ut Wash
ington .today received a cablegram
from llerlln giving the dates of arrival
and departure of Prince Henry ond n
list of the patty who will accompany
him to the United Slates. Prince Hen
ry will arrive on the Kronpilnz Wil
helm on February 22d, ami will sail for
Germany on tho Hamburg-American
i ""' .'; '"" '"""
Union von Tlrpltz, the On man Sec
retary of State for the Navy, with his
aide-de-camp, Lieutenant Commander
Von Trotha, will also accompany tho
party. Emperor William will send his
Adjutant General, General Von Plessln,
Captain of the Navy Von Mueller and
COMES TO THE FRONT
Advantage of Government Owned Line
--Mackay Proposition to be Made
More Definite Our Line Cost
$1000 a Mile.
Washington, Jau. 11. The effect of
wlteiest) telegiupny on the future of
the submarine ruulc was developed to
some extent today bj the House Com
mittee i.i Commcice in connection
with thu hearing on the proposed Po
litic cable. The healing was largely
attended, Vice President Ward of the
Paeiiic cable Company continuing his
stateiumi of yesterday. He said he be
lieved that the company lie leptcscuted
would be uble to make exclusive tralllc
arrangements from points beyond the
Philippines and connecting with China
and Japan. He maintained that while
there was no purpose to set up a mon
opoly, yet It was likely his company
would have exclusive tralllc arrange
ments with the Fur Fast. He also
slated that theie would be questions as
to the right of the I'nlted States to
land n cable on foreign shores.
Itcpresentatlve Stewart of New Jer
sey Interposed the statement that Ger
many's present course ngulnst Venez
uela showed that the German Govern
ment made little distinction between
public and private rights ;so that a
Government cable station would have
about the same status as u private
Chairman Hfpburn asked a seiles of
questions ns to the effect of wireless
telegraphy on the submarine cable.
Word replied that the new system pre
sented a serious question, lie was not
sure that the I'aclllc cable project
would have been undertaken If the long
distance experiments had been held
earlier. As to the claims that wireless
tlgnals had been conveyed 2000 miles
across the Atlantic. Ward said that If
the claims were made good they would
deter people from laying any moie
When al;ed as to the effect thus far
on the cable ImMiiess. Ward taid It had
depressed cable Intciests.
Stewart wanted to know if the "ca
blo companies hail not chased Marconi
out of Canada." to which Ward uniwei-
eil that he believed the cable companies
hud Insisted upon certain exclusive
rights which they held.
James FoorJ staled that Hie Asiatic
Association, doing business in the
Orient, favored a eable under private
control. It was opposed to the Govern
ment entering the field of private en
terpilse. President Scrymser of the
South and Central American cable sys
tem made an extended argument fa
vorable to Government control of the
I'aclllc cable, citing Incidents ot the
Spanish-American war. showing Un
importance of governmental control of I
tho cable. In one case eited the Span- '
Ish .Minister of Marine cabled Admiral
Cervera to leave Santiago. If this dls-1
paten had not been Intercepted. Mr.
Scrymser said, the battle of Santiago
bay would not have been fought, and
tho conduct of the war might hav
Thomas 10. Hughes, representing an I
American company which produces ca
bles, said that as good cables could 1)4
made In the I'nlted States as In any
other part of the world, nnd he asked
that American labor and capital have
the advantage of doing this work.
Chairman Hepburn asked If this
American company was prepared to
make a definite business proposition to
the United Stntes Government, Hughes
replied that such a proposition would
be submitted In due form within the
next two days.
Hepburn asked that the formal prop
osition be In alternative form first,
for delivering a cable of American
make nt San Francisco; second, for
making and laying a cable to Hawaii,
Guam and Manila. Hughes thought
the Government better able to do Its
own cable laying, using the Army
transports. As Indicating the general
character of the forthcoming proposi
tion. Hughes said the cost would be
within 10 per cent of that stated as
the cost of the Commercial Pacific
Company's cable. The additional 10
per cent, he stated, was for the pro
tection of American Industry. Francis
II. Thurber, president of the United
States Kxport Association, favored pri
vate lonstructlon us most likely to give
the earliest cable advantages to tho
In the course of a statement by Wil
liam Collom of New York, a director of
the Pacific Commercial Cable Company
he said the company, after laying tho
cable a toss the Pacific, stood ready to
cell It at any time to the United States
Government nt an appraised valuation.
J. W. Henry, civil engineer for an
American company making cable, said
the company would furnish the Gov
ernment a cable at 11000 a mile, which,
to Hawaii, would be about J2.200.000,
or considerably below the cost of a
foreign-made cable. The hearing will
be continued next Friday, when Gov
ernment officials will be heard on the
HEALY'8 MJMUf-R RESTORED.
Washington. Jan. 12. The Secretary
of the Treasury yesterday restored to
Captain Michael Healy of the revenue
cutter service the numbers of which
he had been deprived In lb5 In pun
ishment for certain lapses while com
manding tho Hear. Captnln Healy
was placed on walling orders at halt
pay at tho same time, and was gen
erally In poor standing. Good and
faithful work performed since that
time has caused his restoration. Cap
tain Healy gains thirty numbers by
yesterday's order, and now stands sev
enth In rank In the revenue cutter ser
vice. He Is at present In command of
the cutter Golden Gate at San Fran
cisco, Send the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
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PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., ETD.
P. R. ISCNUnrjG, President.
C. F. MERRICK, Manager.
Chas. F. Herrick
136 Alcrchant 8t., next
MAKES SHORT STAY
The steamer Ventura arrived from
San Francisco last evening after a fast
trip of Ave days and twenty hours.
From the time of leaving tho Loast to
ai rival off port tho voyage was an un
eventful one. A largo crowd of pas
sengers for this port und much freight
were brought. I
The vessel was detained lu leaving
Sa:i Fianclsco by the late arrival ot
the Kngllsb mall, and she did not sail ,
until alter 1 o'clock on the morning ot I
tin 10th Inst. There was a rush to
get her away from hero and she sailed
lor the Colonies a little after lu
o'clock this morning. At the wharf to
se the Ventura nvvuy wan u very
laige crowd of people, many of them
the Mends of the performers of thu
itlal company, who departed In her.
RfcDUCIi PHILIPPINE TARIFF.
Washington, Jan. 13. Tho Republi
can members of tho Senato Committeo
on the Philippines held a conference
this alternoon and considered the
House tariff hill. The principal sub
ject under discussion was a proposi
tion to make a reduction of 25 per cent
on goods coming from tho Philippines I
to tho United States. No agreement
was reached, and t!uru Is divergence
of opinion as to the proposition. It In
understood that an agreement will bn
'reached when tho full committal)
meets on Thursday, a was practically I
j decided to reduce tho tariff on gooda
I coming from the Philippines to tLu
I LllltCll statea
SCIIWAU URHAKS UAtSK.
New York, Jan. 13. A cablo to tho
Sun Irom Monte Carlo says; Charles
M. Schwab, president of tho United
States Steel Corporation, who has
' been playing roulette hero for high
I stakes for several days and who broke
I the bunk yesterday afternoon, repeat
ed this performance ten minutes bo
fore tho rooms closed last night, llu
l won 54.000 francs on No. 20. The
Casino was thronged at tho tlmo ami
Schwab's feat was greeted with cheers,
Previous to this Schwab had lost many
, thousand franca on the same number.
TROUBLE- AT NEWCIIANG.
Peking Jan. 14. Paul I.essar, Rus
sian Minister to China, has nrranged
tor telegraphic communication be
tween the United States Minister hero.
Conger, and the Consul oi tho United
States at Newchwang. The latter
has telegraphed that the Russians
there are arresting American naval
oflb-ers and sallois on groundless
London. Jan. 15. The Shanghnl cor
i H.,KiiHc!it of the Standard says it is
reported that the Russians, before thn
death ol 1.1 Hung Chang, secured n
concession of tenitory at Nan Hul,
southeast of Shanghai, near tho Yung
A prayer meeting will be held In
Central t'nlon churrh this evening at
7:30 o'clock. The subject of the meet
ing will be. 'T'he need of love for
Christ." Rev. J. P. Erdman will lead.
nre prepared to
till nil oi'derH.
and Bethel Sts.
Pretty nearly everything that you
can think of In the harness line Is In
cluded In our big display.
Kvery harness we sell Is a bargain,
nnd wo sell all kinds from light track
and road to heavy coach and team
harness. From no one else can you
get the harness value, wo give you.
Our customers know this to be n
fact. You can know It It you will and
vc are determined you shall. ::......
Carriage Co., Ltd
to StanJeiwaltI Building.
In jesterday's Hulletln was contain
ed an article on public pay for build
ing wharf In wfilch a man Interested,
spoke as follows:
"It coats n vessel of the size of
seven hundred tons $90 lor towage
In and out of tho harbor. Pilotage Is
not to be liguied on these days, as
nenrly all the cargo vessels run?!lig
bitween the Coast and this clfy are
under coastwise papers and do not
take a pilot when they tow. Thtdr
wharlage Is at the rate ot two cents'
a ton a day. exi-optlng Sundays and
holidays. Say u vessel remains here
discharging ten dnys; her wharfage Is
14 a day, or $i4U. Her towage Is
$90 and the harbormaster's fee $3 for
hoarding on entering. These charges
for a ten-day lay discharging, total,
Including $20 ror wnter, $253. At tho
rate for primage and wharfage charg
ed the shippers, the ship besides her
rielght mnkes a clear profit ot $172.
With this prollt to each ship coming
hero bringing 1000 tons of cargo It
Becms that the agents could take som
of this to pay the builders of tho Quar
antine wharf Instend of Imposing an
Another man who has seen years of
service along the wharves and who
knows Just what he Is talking about
when It comes to charges, makes the
following statement In contradiction of
the statement given above:
"It Is stated In your Interview yester
day that u ship besides her freight,
makes u clear prollt of $172. Now 1
will take the man's own figures and
prove him wrong. He Is working on
ll basis of ten days, ho t will do the
bume. He mentioned us expenses the
following: Wharfage, $140; towage,
$90; harbormaster's fee, for boarding
on entering, $3; water. $20 ;total. $253.
"So far, su good, but your Informant
has fulled to mention the following: V
men at $2.50 u day tor sorting mer
chants' goods. $150; watchman ut $3
a night. $20; total. $180.
Taking this sum and placing It by
the side of the $172 "profit)" you see
that shtp3. In place of making that
$172, lose $S."
MASON I'AVOIiH CUBA.
Washington, Jun. M. Mason today
Introduced In the Senate the lollowlng
"Resolved, That the doctrine of rec
iprocity as stated In the net of 1830,
known as tho McKinlcy bill, and the
act of 181)7, known as the Dmglcy bill,
Is tho true dortrino and in the lntoresl
of tho prosperity of the United Stntes.
und that treaties pending In the Sen
ate should receive consideration at
the present session ot Congress:
"Resolved. That tho Senate should
glvo to the Island of Cuba broad recip
rocal trade, which would be to thu ad
vantage of this country and the dis
charge of our duty toward tho people
of that Island."
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LEWERS & COOKE,
II you have Ihem ynur Utt have limply ariulre.t
t-al hahith It K nol nertkiary a be tortured b
corn. lnsrolnB mill, bunion, chilblains, el.
They may be cure i-lhal l. vuur feet miy be brok
ol their bad habit. You Kill be mrpriMJ, n,,l only
how much more easily and cnmfortablv you u III walk,
but with how much d ore v leor and force you will be
able lo think AM) act In all our bu.lnct. or toclal
Call and see me about till, or .end me word and
will call on you,
OR. W. R. UOGLII,
IS Arlington Building,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Consultation ai office free.
Architects, Contractors and Bulldirm.
V. HOFFMANN. J. f. RLE
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Dot te
Geo. W. Pago. TL 111
F. W. Beardalee. P. O. Box 771
BEARDSLEE & PAOB
Architects and Builders.
Office, Booms 2-4, Arlington Anni.
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and rtarrpM Poilmoio. .-
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen cS: Robinson,
Queen Street. Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly ttendd to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alii
Office and residence, 312 Queen at.
H. P. BBRTELJVIAISS
16 - MOVOD
To rear of old atand. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at elthor ihoi
or office at John Nott'a store, Klnt
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefir.
Kukul 8L, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
The pure Juice of the grapefruit The
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Rolf fl?pntfl fnr tho Tarrltnrv it TTa.
wall. Offlce and Works, 601 Fort BL,
Honolulu, T. of 11.
P. O. box 462. Filnnrt nritora anlln.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sals at oftice ot . . .
THE . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Traveller",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for the Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen St.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeti, Honolulu.
Prlmaryt Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
rtrau.it 1 Crf4. Tea t h tr.(4 ftt
fttrMlj. H y fcftt llkfi mttttry, U4M ttUfe
u4 Mill hat tfeti wd piUi. Hurt r(ftm la Btwlh,
tr Tbrttt, FlaptM, Cppr Calor! Bpslt Cktra
mj rjirt f Ua Mi, Htlr ;Wwt filUaf Ml, writ
Cook Remedy Co.
tOt T.rhtew,!UHftrVrMbrtarM. tM
miftoMoo, w Miidi n imi auiuu wkt
ir41kwirilHm bill ;. 100 Bak If