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TO-DAY'S ADS. IN THE BULLETIN
Vol. I. No. 3.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9, 190212 PAGES
1'mci: 5 Cunts.
REPUBLICAN MASS MEETING WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
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Solid Business Men Opposed to
the Leper Bill and Hawaiian
That Honolulu people aro watching
with very keen Interest the political Is
sues of tho day can be doubted bj no
one who was present at the Ucpubll
ran meeting at tho drill shed last night
for there was a good attendance ot
substantial pcoplo of tho city nnxloun
to hear what there was (o bo said on
the Wilcox leper bill and the disfran
chisement proposition of A S Hart
well. While the meeting was distinctly Re
publican, the attendance was by no
means confined to members of that po
lltlcal faith. Leaders of tho Democra-, Wc hae tIl0Ugan(I nt tho settlement
tic party were there In the audlencoi on Mookal nn,i ti,crc nle two thousand
and Home Killers could be seen on on ,hc ManIamI Were the latter to
ever) hand. The ladles too were rep- bo ggnl hcrc tlarc ,,, ,)C tcrrluIn
resented so that the meeting lacked crowdlng aut thc rc(lern, authorities
not a single element to moke It one of wou)(, bc foreC(, to ,()ok ror murc loom
tho most successful events of the kind , tho fill I lifpltios there are several
eer held In Honolulu thousand lepers and It Is within the
Muilc In the Air. range of possibility that the l'cdcral
l'romptly at 7 30 o'clock thc band i Government will Bome da bc forced to
bojs rallied about the main cntranco remove nil those lepers tu those Isl
n n.A .i.im ai.A.i .iti. r.n.tnf. iiKioiip nnilfi Then ui will wall louder than
In their midst, and soon rng-tlmn!
marches and waltzes of the most,
sprlghtl) nature were being sent forth
In every direction summoulng people
from far and near The bojs never,
phi) beter than at a political meeting
and their performance of last night was
no exception to this rule Aftei pla)-
i.. f .if. . i ...i
in uiui'ii "i ! ij """ '"Will DC au-impori.ini vv ncn inesn
front of the drill shed the hoys ' lhlnK1, oullr. ,he Uusiness men ot the1
linn died Into the hall and took their wori,i m ,omo inc to the ParndlMi ,
place on the Iert ot the stngc.
Thc ball was arranged In the usual
m.innctv There were two sections of
ihalrs with a wide nlslo down the cen
ter and one narrower on either side.
On the Btage, there was a section of
seats on the left for the band and an
other on the right for the speakers of
the evening In the center, and to
vvaul the front, was the chairman's
table covered with an American flag
Kaulukou as Chairman.
Piomptly at 8 o'clock, Chairman
Kaulukou called the meeting to order
spoke brlell) us follows
picsunic evci)onc of )ou tonight
understands the objects of this meet
ing I would cull jour attention to
the fact that there are onl) two sub
jects before us tonight The first Is
the leper hill, which Is In effect that
lepeia fiom ever) State In the I'nlou
shall be sent to Kalaupapa, Moloktil.
The second subject Is that of tho ills
franclilscmcnt of thc native Hawaiian?
Senator Achl's Strong Argument.
Ileie the chairman Introduced Sena
tor rhl tho first spenkei of thc even
ing Mr Achl said.
" II) virtue of tho laws of the United
Stated wo have been given the right to
speak freely and ut an) time on nny
subject touching our rights I buvo
been Invited to come hcie to speak ot.
a bill vvhleh has been Introduced in
Congress, a bill which is of Interest to
evei) citizen of the Tcrrltor) There
has been a bill Introduced In Congress
vvhleh thc Delegate from Hawaii work
ed against at the last session of Con
giefcS It was Introduced b) a mew
bcr from California and was defeated
It Is surprising to me that without a
petition being sent to Washington and
without a request from Moloknl. our
Delegate has Intindueed this leper bill.
'I lie pi ess Is objecting to the measure
which Is dead against thc Interests of
Liberal Help for Lepers.
"There arc two native papers In tho
clt) which are advocating the measure.
1 his is a very sad state of affairs Let
us turn back nnd trace the hlstnr) ot
the Islands from l&GH to the present
d.i) In I860 King Knmeliumcba es
tablished the settlement at Kalaupapa
Kvei) Legislature since that time hns
mini uiu itiLi-u iiui-im Biiiiia ill iiimipv i
foi those noor unftirtiinntiH. I firmly
wMVIIUIW 4.11171 C Mill UCYll Rl U IL'IOiU
IVhlfchl 1 tlia(4A 11111 HAlfnH 1, n lAnlr li
The st)lo of out woilc will sur
prlso )ou Tho qulekiieBS with
which wo do It will surprint) you
Tho neatness, tho coi reetncs3,
the absoluto uptonovvness of
ever) thing wo do for jou will
sui prlso sou Tho beauty and
comfort of our new studio will
surprise sou Want to be sur
piiscd? Come and See us. .:
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts Entrance on Union.
ture which will refuse to piss n liberal
appropriation for the enre of those poor
All Uncle Sam's Lepers.
"I think the arguments ot the two
newspapers 1 hac mentioned aro very
poor and should not be heeded for a
moment We all know that the settle
ment on the Island of Motokal is only
from three to four miles long and two
to three miles wide To bring thou
sands of lepers from the Mainland
would mean a crowding of the poor
unfortunates at the settlement now
ever ocr the separation of our dear
ones h thousands or miles
Will Hurt Hawaiian Interests.
rom repoits wc have received, vu
will soon be connected with thc com-
merclal world b) the cubic and the cn -
I, ,i Wc will, In such u case, he tho I
tross-iouds Indeed nnd our position
of the Piiclflc When that times comes,
everyone will he prospeious The bcnts-liUsc
flts that will neeme will be be)iind our
present belief, he it ever so sanguine
We will not then have to depend solc
1) on sugar
"Hut If this leper bill pass nnd tho
news Is spicad abroad, these benefits
will not come to us
livers bod will
be nfrnlcl to come here and we will bej
called a leper stricken people. Thero
are many Hawalians who are traveling 1
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abroad today and will (ravel In the take care of our own Let the Main- "Only the other day I met a poll
future If It be so nfter n while that. land take caro of theirs Itlml onnonent. He asked me wha I
when n Hawaiian calls at a hotel In
Europe or on the Mainland and hW
natlonullt) becomes known, he will be
told that the place Is full and then he
will have nowhere to lay his head
No More Suffering Needed.
' Do )ou icmcmbci thc stor) of Cap
tain Cook' Natives ate the heart ot
Captain Cook under a misapprehension
and today we arc down In the his-
frvrlna n j ( innlli iL r tut ivhfitiln In f-ir-
clgn countries speak of us as such
Theie will be untold miseries felt hero
If this bill Is passed, There will bo
moio suffering for the unfortunates ut
Kalaupapa than the) now experience
Itemovcd from theli native countr).
perhaps to the Philippines will they
not suffer for their pol nnd for other
comforts and necessities which tbcv
can onl) obtain here nt home' As we
do not want any additional suffering
and do not want to lose the benctlts
that will come from the cable and the
canal, I say that Delegate Wlleox
should be made to know that he Is
working against thc interest of Hawaii
nnd that tho peoplo protest.
"I now take up the second part of in)
talk. It has been charged that the
Republican party is seeking to dis
franchise the native Hawalians De-
fore I became a member of the Kcpub
llrnn part), I read Its platform and
prlnclples One of these principles Is
that cvcr)ono Is given the right oflj)C1e Is sugiu from the leper Islands'
eltlzensblp without refciencc to his (Applause) When the owners of plan-
skin or his previous condition When tatlons suffer tlnoiigb the depreciation
I reatl tho hlstoi) of thc United States ' 0f suanr and the effects are felt beie
I found that the founders of tho lie-1
publican part) wero tho men who
fought ngulnst slavoi) (Applause) '
When I found that the United States,
had given us tho stiff 1 age, then I Baw
, another good reason roi becoming a
Republican With all theso points 111
mind, I do not believe that nil) fair
minded man will believe the ehaigo
that Is made a g'. Inst the Republican
pnrty I find on Investigation that this
charge conies directly from Wilcox In
a letter which was published In the
, Home Utile Hejpubllcnn Wilcox, tbn
man who Is now working for the pas
sago of tho leper bill This is onl) a
I move on the part of the Delegate to
make his support at homo untl at
I Washington firm '
Republicans Friendly to Hawalians.
"Iho time has come foi jou whlto
men nnd native Hawalians to come to
the realization of tho true state of af
fairs I would ask ou native Hawa
lians to keep your e)es open, nnd think
for )Oiti selves, untl )ou white men to
discredit on every hand the 1 barge that
the Republicans aro working for the
, disfranchisement of the natives
' Wlliox Is lying to the natives and
all of )ou through tho medium of his
piper tho Homo Itulo Republican I
tell )ou my frlinds, I feel suio thero
will ho no attempt on tho part of tho
Republicans to dlsfinnibise the n.-u
tlvo Hawalians If such n state ot
affairs does 101110 nliout. I will wash
m) hands of politics foi all time Wil
cox' statement that the Republicans
nie Using to disfranchise the natives
Governor Dole L Willing
TROUBLE IN HAWAII
Be Thoroughly Investigated
Governor Dole stated yesterday to a loprescntatlvt- of the Sunday lliillitln that ho had not received any letter
from Washington asking for his resignation, nor line! It even been intlmatr I to him that his resignation as Gover
nor of the Tenltory of Hawaii was desired by, or would he acceptable to the President. The newspaper reports
might he lorroct, said the Governor but It was Impossible for htm to confirm their nccurac).
Ho far ns Mr Dole Is nwnre. his relations with thc I'liloral Government In Washington have been intlrol) si
ttsfactorv No suggestion has hi n made to the eontrary Nothing would please him more than to hear that
President Roosevelt had decided to ask some gentlemnn in whom be hns the most Implicit eonfldenie. such as See
rctnr) llltihtciik, fur Instance tocomu to Honolulu nnd carefully inquire Into conditions on these Islands
It would make no dlffereuic to the Governor who came provided only that the gentleman, or gentlemen have
the President's confidence The more thorough!) and carefully they make their Inquiries the better he will be
pleased A lepoit so prepared should enlighten Mr Ilooscvclt, he thinks and dttennlne for man) venrs to eotne
to the satisfaction of the Federal authorities, the nature of tho polltlenl tomlltlons In this Tcnltor) It would
bo acceptable to the Governor, who Is nUo of the opinion that It would be u decided ndvantnge to bis successor
whoever he ma) be and whenever bo may he appointed
Presldi nt Ilooscvclt has nlready taken stepH to secure Indopeitdsu' opinions on the polltlenl situation In Iln
wall, one report having been made to hi in, it Is believed lij Admiral lloble) Cvnns who recently leuialned here
for more tbnn a week after bis arrival from Hnmon on the Wisconsin
"i! y r -W -C -TU - Z 1! -."i! -fi!"Sf V i! ?U .!! -CI! -iV "i & V f-f'iV ?ZZ Zi -flS -!V "S: V i! -TJl V "Jl
Is onl) a political bait The Ilcpubll
tans will never do such u thing"
Hon. Wm. Aylett Speaks to the Point.
Jton wm Ayicu, me iipxi spe.ihei,
I. ml 111 n fnlliiulnir III Kll I
bad the following to s.)
Alnlin In .n nil There s one
thlng 1 wish to speak of In connection
with the leper bill of Delegate Wilcox
Our Delegate has done somctliltij
.... . ... ...,t... i
wiileli lias anecicu inn presiige in i in
null Are wc going to allow Wilcox!
to foist on us n bill which will change
the name of Hawaii from 'The l'aru-
of the Pacific' to the 'Dumping
Oiound (oi Lepers'' (cries of "No No,
We never will')
An appropriation of $175,000 was
passed by the last Legislature for the,
support of the lepers Are we going
" . .
fn linvo I in unfortunates from thc
' Mainland foisted upon us to make our
. ....... ---
burden the heavier! Are wc going to
bc made to tnke care of other lepers'
1 say no no a thousand times Let us
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Cure for the Lepers.
"1 have heard that the measure
providing for a cure of this terrl-, " '"" 'c l-eciuse tho PederJl PSllpc, .np,,,.;, ,lf ,., -llHi at
llsease It Is passing strange how-' Government would then take oil the cmpt ,n ttor(l8'as f()Umil Himhftl
ever that elurlng Wlhox' man) scan
In the local Legislature he did not In-' "' lul '.' ' . "'"-'""' '
tioduce n single bill looking toward'" l,1M retinal Government hid not
- mmO ffiiiKil n i mit rfin fill tint l.llii d r
the cure nf the lepers No he goes to
Washington far avva) fiom us mull
them foisooth, Introduces u bill look'
' t ..... it. i t . II
Ing townitl n t lire for the lepers I tell
ou, we cannot nllow this measure to
go through Let us all oppose It with
our greatest strength '
Wm. Olepau of the Longshoremen.
Chairman Kaulukou announced that
the band would not pin) because tho
hour was growing lute He thereupon
Introduced Wm Olcp.iu one of the
hard working men along the wharves
The excuses which he made because of
the speaker's Incxperlencp were super
fluous Mr Olepau spoke as follows'
"AloHa I urn onl) n hard working
longshoreman and 1 have come here
to tell sou of the great trouble that
will come to us If this leper bill of
Delegtite Wilcox' should go through
My work Is tho lifting of heav) sugar
bags and tho shoveling of coal Into the
steamcis that ioiho heic That's tho
work Tin engaged In (Apphiuso) 'Iho
time Is iindtiulited v lomlntr when our
motbei couutr) will notice that when
sugar is sent nbioul to foreign coun-
tries and received people will sa) 'Ah
m fiai0 t0 go hmk to tue times ot
my ancestors and wear thc malo while
m) wife will have to wear the pi-u
Judgo Gllbeit 1' I Ittle who has Just coinpli ted the turn or his com t nt llllo was n passenger In the Incoming
Kinau )esterdas Ho Is heic on business ot it private nature untl expects to remain probabl) a week In spenl.
Ing of tho ovents of tho past few du)s the Judgo Haiti that ho 11 ad the Honolulu papers v.ltli n great ileal of Intel
est, and the) apptaied to hi 111 us tliuy do to stranc,tis and souietlmes make him feel rouliiMil ns to what the)
Just having ariheil fiom n tiresome sea trip ludgo Little did not mukko his appearance nt tho ill 111 shod last
evening but ht wns lnteiested In the eniiso nf the meeting cspeelnll) us bo was Instrumental when the Oignnlc
Act wns before the committee of Congiess. in having the piesent manner or cnilm; foi the lupeis continued when
tho United States took ovei the concerns of tho Tcrrltor) Ho said Inst night that he was ver) much surprised
at thc stand Delegate Wilcox has Intel) taken In the mattoi of Federal coutiol of tho l.upu Settlement and stated
that while ho was In Washington dmlug the drafting of the Oignnlc Act, one da) In committee meeting when the
I mutter of the settlement wus touched
piesent innnni r or conducting 1110
wrangle In the committee loom at the time was Delegate Wilcox and befoio the matter was brought to the at
tuition ot tile committee his opinion was indeed and be acquiesced 111 tho action that was tnkin Intel
With regard to the political situation existing hue nt tho piesent tlmo Judgo l.lttlo stated that lie bad Just
nt lived In town nnd wus not exactly posted on what It nil mtunt Ho did not think that tho Imitation of tin
President to Gcoigo Curttr to give lufoimatlon regarding the situation heio hail any special significance, ns Carter
was most piobnbly recommended to Roosevelt by National Commttti email Pniker ns a man familiar with the con
dltlons untl able to give information which would bo moM valuable to the Picsldtmt
Men Would be Idle.
We all know of the new loundi) at
Knkaako We don t build ships hero
I . ... I.,. .. -. !,( ., .fl,n -!... .id
IIll'l IIU1IKB UIUUKIU ' "' I" UI 111 III"
. ... . ihlni! m it.i
,ron "" ' H'c notning to da
nni1 wl" "" to 8" l,onlc lf "" "ll
down and do nothing In opposition
will not tongr.ss think we are in Ii-
nr of Ihn mtasure' Ih It not time to
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M ,0,v"rk nn, lct Washington heai
r voice .
I nm surprised to find that Wlhox
Is doing eontrnr) to what he professed
when he was working along the
wharves foi the position whleb he now
holds At that time, he piomlhcd us
'"' ' "! the poor lepers would ruf-
r '"' m"ri' J" l"- ' ork nl,a
I Fnrl AU 111 I I 11 It I nil II III lllltlf HO
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i. ...... . .. .. in i
an Hiiiiib cii iitiuuie uiiu wiu iiicicitat'
leu-fold the suffcilngs of the people at
i Ings of the peop
Leper Bill Man's Arg
; thought of the leper bill I said It was
Ik a very bjd one. He slid he thought ll
lepers In their eliarge and Unit a euro
"' '"''"'I " ll", f'"- M ''"' lc'n
1' Mnlnlanil. how on earth tti'ild he
government find a cure as soon as the
lipers of this feirltor) shoulf lit tak-
"I would tell you a lot moie but the I
motel wanted to St.) has been ncd up,
b) Senator Achl and Repiesmtatlve
Strong Resolution Against Leper DIN
At this point. J II rislier arosn
from the autllenc'e and re.nl tin- follow-
Whereas, There has been recc ntl) In-
trodiiccd In Congress bv Delegate It. ' " resoiuuon tiui) sign ) 1110
W. Wilcox n hill providing fur the es- Honorable Chairman of this met tins
tabllshnient of n Notion ' Reservation n'"l rertlllttl b) the Chairman and Sw
for the conunenient of lepen on tho "tll,r5 "' '" lUpuhllian Trtrllmhl
tslund of Molokal, I Committee be forwarded to the Haw.i-
And vvh'crens s'lhl bill Is calculated '"" Delegate in Congress and the lie
to serlousl) Injure th- ctininurclil 1 I'uullrnn National Coi.tinliteeiuan
nrnneriv mill stitlnl Ini.iesln nf tin ' ' I Cooke) moved and C 11 Wllsen
Theicfore bo It re sol. e, I 't Int fie
r 3M I ll 1 ini ll"
of the lenltoi) nf
incetlnr m,sei..bh d
st aKtlnst ,i ni,!
Hawaii In mass me
does hcrch) protest agilnst Hil pas
sigo of tho sultl hill and further di-
sites to be plnred on lecoril as mil-
tirabl) opposed to anv leglslt'lon bok-
Ing to (his end.
And be It further ienlveil That the
olllcers nf this meeting xli'ill torwua
these resolutions to tin Prnldent of.
tho United States and both Houses of
F. Little Thinks
NO SIGNIFICANCE ATTACHES
To Letter Sent
upon bo bad been urged by W 0 Smith to light I111 the continuance of the
ptneo This was one 01 tno row matters
We hereby certlf) tint llo ubovo
nm foregoing Is a full, true and corroa
'") resomuun niio-un hi a ma-w
n,reiing ueiu in enc cii) oi iiunoiiiri t n
i . mi, dnv of lVliru.irv 191J. under
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t he nitsp ces of the Terrl .nl il Crnti.i'
Dickey moved and C U Wll-
..,'.. ,,.,, ,llp ,,.,. . nf ,,.p r,0.
i wiuimiii hip nwiiniun m i ip irw
lotion There was a unanimous show
W. I Coelho then reul the following
resolution relating to the pt'empt at
uistranch.sing mo natives
Whereas The Itepiiblh-in party of
Ho.. ll I .. l.n. ,.l.na.l I t t. .!.
nunuu 10 iiciug iiiniticii ,ii. mil ,.,,-
ing means lo eueei me ,ijrsi oi .in
. . . . .. .
amendment of tho Organic Ait ny Con
gress at the present or at n future tcrtu
thereof restricting the suffrage of the
natives of these Islands an I
Whereas, The Republican Terrllorhl
Committee, nt Its regular ninmhlv
,,, . .,
I on the 3d dav of I'eb-
l'jnz iinanlmo slv e
Tlat om National 'ommittei man anuj
ti, Hnvvalan Delegate n i'..-igr"M .10
aiii.,i thnt the Uepuhlhiii party 'irn.
express tbclr tllsapprov.il of nn ,.t-
trmpt t0 amend the Orgnnle Act uf tuls
TorrltorJ , rcfcmu.0 ,0 t,e ,
n. .,, nnllla nf ,,,. ui,,u
Theicfore bo It resolve. I That the
,,,,, ail(, cUons of 0,.
,,,, of 0lll , lnept,n , 8.
B1,ni,)lt(1 ,, h(ir'el (11,,(r,f ,,, lLm,
of the Uepuhllcan Terrl orl.il Corimlt
'tee In voicing our dlsappiiivnl of any
attempt to amend the Oignnlc Ait
"" a to restrict the suffrage e' the na-
i Gvcs of these Islands, and
" ll niriner resoiveu 1 u.it uipies
I seconded the adoption of lb" refol.i
"on 1 hue was tho sumo unanimous
. hmd j mi. .n- utiH ....h
showing of hands In Lnnr uf tli r-so
I lll,lo "'"I "' niectlnj ulj iiuimJ nmld
Uhrm nnd the .j,ni of Alo-u O.
and tho 'Stai Sp.u11.lcd Uiuiir Ly
As the aiitllcnce wai ull.Mig out.
Chairman Kaulukou skoJteJ 'I v III
send these resolutions to Waililnttou
Prominent Men Who Attend Meeting
Theie were between threp nnd fom
huniliiil In attendance nt the meeting.
on which ho und Mi Smith Hid not
Strong Speeches Followed by Reso
lutions that are Carried
noticed were ''l.lef Cooke C II Hesnolds John rmnit
Hon C. II DlckiV. lutli i: 11 Stackahle, It V. Wlehnna
Prince Jonah Kalanlannole. 12 II .Me
Clanaban, W. W Hall J S .UCnnd
less, U . McCandless. (l"orc,. Ilo!i
ertson. W. C Itoe, J V r"ook. 1M.
Towse. Col J II Soper. J W Glrvln,
J. W Sims, J H KIsher. David Kane?
wanul, Charles Dwlght. J Kanul W II.
Allen. Daniel Klkahu, Danlil Logan,
Douglas Mcllr)de, John I.an" Clan no
P, N. I.lllenthil, the ifan Francisco
capitalist who Is sojourning In the ill)
will leave for home on the steamer of
I'cbriiar) 20 Seen at tho Hawaiian
hotel last night b) a representative of i
the Ilulletlu Mr Lilienthal threw him
self back In .in ins) chair nnet remark !
cd I ear and thc papers I have received
"Isn t this delightful' I never hid since onl) tend to strengthen that sen"
an) claim to being a poet hut rciillj I tlment, I am not prepared to discuss
feel that I am In dinger Did ou i ver the situation Just now for I do not be
feel such a delightful breeze, such soft lleve It hns become a mntter tangible)
atmosphere and such nn all-pervuillng' enough to be offered as nn obstacle In
spirit of ristfulness' I never hive the wa) of the success of Hnwnlis
been III this couutr) before but now llehl.f Induttr) The people of Cuba
know whnt people who have visited do not want annexation and I for
this place and returned home again one do not believe the United States
mean when the) w ix enthusiastic nnd will annex that cniintr) Hnwnll win
then suddenly nnd their vncabular) to? ripe for annexation when that rnu
limited to ixprtss their feedings with summation took plare Cuba Is not
icgnrd to Hawaii I nm nnothcr victim set ripe for annexation Huw all's pen
and this Is the tirst time In my life I pic were Instilled with American prln
have ever said I am glad to be one I rlples and the American u )of doing
'I went out to Hon, S M Damon's business. Cuba cannot boist of such
place In Moanalua this afternoon and n state of affairs yet
I shall cherish the visit ns one of my "It Is a pity )on have no refineries
happiest recollections Mr Damon hat here You should have them Look
certainly transformed his countr) v lint a saving it would be to jou In
home Into a veritable paradise I nev the mntter of freights,
ir have seen nn where such n dellght- "That was an unfortunate milddto
fill combination of water nnd land ef- )ou got Into down here three yeirs
frets I learned that Mr Dimoni ago It was what made )our chief In
place is nlva)s open to unvone who dustr) ver) shak) on the Mainland and
i arcs tu stroll through his beautiful
villa This Is a most lommcnilnbin
spirit nnd 1 onl) wish )ou bad more
such men ns Mr Dimoii
"I was up on Pa
evening nnd there In
aeille Heights till.)
h no in Oil for me tu
.i) tiutt iiiuiii i I'lijujt-ii iiijarii nun-
ever Iwnnt to go up during the da)
so that 1 ma) get the delightful and
comprehensive view of )our lit) that
so null) people tell me one enn obtain
, fiom the Heights
"I am nnt vers
anxious to talk
about sugar for I rcall) haunt much
to sti) No there Is no need of pcoplf
quaking with fear for the future of thei
main Industr) It Is 1115 opinion that
hip low water mark hub ucen rent neti
aim mat sugtr win go no tower
Your present depressed state Is no
moie thin what was to bc expected
Your are suffering from over-cnpltall-
zatlon nnd promotion expenses Of
course It loked dubious for a while
and will continue to look dubious for a
while )et ell assured, however that
)un buve a good thing beie Gradually
ronllikiite will bo restored 1 he state-
luiiiiueiiii 11 iit uv iintuiin iiiv eiuit-
ments or tho various phntatlons will
he made nnd If 11 favorable prcsentn
1 Hon Is set forth which Is assured.
S. S. SONOMA, FEBRUARY II,
NEXT HXPIinSB STHAMICR TO
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mes-
I'nr elribs there's nothing that quite compares with the James A
IlJlinlstei shoe The) re tho best In cvor) senso of tho word best
In qiinllt) lust in Hi, best In style, and, as a natural consequence,
best In value
Manufacturers Shoe Store
W C Wcedon, T McCinli Steujrt,
Hon. I'red Heckley, M K Nakulni
Lorrln Andrews John Watcrhousi. K.
Andraile. Senator Kanuha. W. C Km?
I. II Wolfe, J II Gibson. Dr Hodgers.
l.'mll Ncy i: Qulnn. II II Wrli'bi,
W It Sims John Wine Captiln Na
bora lllpa, Samuel Johiifot,. A (! M.
Hobertson and man) othct.
Says Banker Lilienthal
capital will come here from the Main
land, the broken links will he mended
and nil will go well.
"You Ra) the Culnii question Is
troubling ou' When I left the Main-
land the press wus of the opinion there
would be no action on thc matter this
caused people to lose so much mone)
both here and there You have no Idea
ho) many small holders there were'
'on the Coast The) were warned but
the) saw onl) the lmmenso dividends
llmt hn,l hern 11.1I1I liern pr In .tint
t-iti inn, tutu tup ihk lltrKUCB lltai ttl'rt)
arriving utmost dall) In San l'ran-
'The smash came and man) people
onthe dust lost moue) It wns like
n bolt from the clear sky This ex
perience happens evcrjwhero and peo
ple will havo to learn here, as else
where lij such experiences
Mr Lilienthal completed his Inter
view with another reiteration of the
fact that ptople here need not worry
about the futuie of Hie sugar Industrs
Conlldcncp would bo gradual!) restoi
id nnd 11 firm foundation attained
Al ,h(. uan,,,ia to i,e KPn Andrew
Carnegie next February w lieu he dedl
lutes tho laborator) of engineering of
tho Stevens Institute of Tccbnolog)
built with money given by him the
oysters will be cooked In a minlaturo
- ... ... . ....
V,Int furnace constructed b) the sttt
,,c,nJ" ""' "" " cicom will be mold
. "" ln " ""n "f rl"lroau V
, to make the work complete to the
present time He will then trr to sell
tnrr,n "f w" labor,, ,0 u, (Jmcr"
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