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WEPN'KSDVY FEIlltl AKY 20, 1902.
Cunning has simessfull) luitlcatcil
Ms reputation for protlclenc)
No part) ecr gained anj headway
by allowing an election to go to tut
enemy by default.
llcnjamln F. Dillingham alwajs
looks on tho bright sldo and works.
And this Is the secret of his success.
This paragraph Is going the rounds
of the Mainland press:
Tho Hawaiian lsland3 resemble
Ireland In their freedom from snakes
One species onlj is known, and that Is
Least said, soonest mended, ioeis
the .Merchants' Association ulTnlr, hut
tbo necessity for more niones In the
departments Is an eer present qunn
tlty which our citizens nnd olllclals arc
called upon to overcome.
Something must be done for Cuba
Is tho poslthe stand taken by the
President, nnd Congressional leaders
are doing their best to fulfill the re
quest of tho administration leader.
Cuban legislation Is putting Itoose
M'lt's ability to deal with Congress to
a supreme test and his success will be
watched with great Interest from tho
personal standpoint alone.
WHAT PARKER 18 DOING.
Misrepresentations to which Sam
Parker Is being subjected arc evidenc
ed to a degree In the story of tins
morning's Advertiser In which Parker
Is spoken of as keeping up tho Gov
ernorship light. Mr. Parker was a
witness In court jestcrday and as a re
sult of a chat with Judges Gear and
Humphreys In the halls of the court
house, he Is represented as holding a
"conference" with "Sew all Judges "The
aim Is to misrepresent Mr. Parker ,ind
tha Aihcrtlscr may succeed In Its h
jeet among shallow minded men, but
not with men who glo any thought
to facts. The Iden of a politU.il con
ference being held In the open halls of
the courthouse Is too silly to requite
further comment. Mr. Parker has
been charged with talking too much,
but If his discussion of the Guernor
ship or Island politics on the Main
land wns as consenntho is nls ton
ersntIons since his return to Ilawull.
It Is apparent that he has it all ilmcs
kept faith with the President an 1 done
nothing but that which has for Its ob
ject an amicable settlcnun. of Ha
waii's political dllllcultles. Col. l-ar-ker
Is not lighting for hlmsui: or any
one else, but he Is using coi effort,
as It Is his province to do, to .sslst In
Hohlng the local political situation in
a manner that will assure success for
tho Republican party at tho polls.
Delegate Wilcox of Hawaii conies
forward with a bill to double tho
President's salary. Aie wo to Infer
that It Is twice as hard to govern tho
country now ns It was beforo Hawaii
DANIELS WILL FIGHT
New York, Feb. 10 A special to
tho Sun from Washington says: Ben
Daniels Is coming to Washington to
plead his own cause. Ho broko his
long silence and disposed of all specu
lation as to his whereabouts by send
ing a telegram to the President from
Phoenix today. Ho failed, hanetcr,
to answer tho serious questions raised
by members of tho Senate and other
persons as (o his life history. Tho
communication said simply ho had at
last received tho President s telegram
tersely inquiring as to the truth of the
allegations made against him, and
added that he had written a letter and
would appear at tno White House In
Presumably ho will answer prompt
ly questions regarding his alleged prl
son record and various crimes with
which he was charged when Senatoi
Teller protested against his confirma
tion as Marshal for Arizona In caso
ho cannot show ho told the truth when
ho assured the President nnd Attorney
General somo tlmo ago he had never
been a criminal, nil preconccled con
slderatlons In his favor because of sor-
lco with the Hough Riders will be re
pudlated, his commission withheld and
n new Marshal for Arizona appointed
as promptly as possible.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory, Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Says Chinese Are Best and Cheapest
Sailors Arguments for
And Against are
Washington. I'iu. 15. At todays
hearing of tho Senate Committee on
Immigration, the last ono to consider
Chinese exclusion, tho California
Commission Bought to rectify the blun
der It had committed In reeotnmendlni
the free entry of fUo representntlc
of eery wholesale house In China.
Whether tho Commission heard from
the people of California on the qucs
tlon Is not Unown, but It was oUtlent
that a change had come ocr them.
Their attitude wns bo much In lino
with the at tlon of tho San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce and Merchants
Exchnngo that a speilly protest was
to lie expected from California against
E"" J Lher'iiash7"on behalf of the
Commission, nimomiced that the Com
mission wlsh"d to recedo from section
5. the proposed amendment In qucs
tint, Mp Hnlil thn Commission, nfter
ooiislilcrliiR tho matter further had
reached the conclusion that it was Im
possible to frame an amendment Hint
would extend the exclusion law's re
garding merchants without opening
the door to grots frauds. This, of
course, was tho attitude of Oie Cali
fornia members of Congress from tho
beginning. There would have been no
voluntary overtures to tho enemies of
exclusion except bv tho California
f ntnnilRMlnn. Tbn California dclcca-
Hon Is grntlfled that tho members or ,
the Commission saw their blunder and
leceded rrom It, but they fear the
harm has been done nil the same u
gllng tho Eastern Interests to under
stnuil that there Is somo strength he
hind tho preposterous rccomimuida
tlons of tho San Francisco Chamber
It was learned today that section 3,
to "llbeinllzo" the exclusion laws was
first proposed by James D. Phehn, the
champion of exclusion, who called the
convention nt San Francisco. 1'helnn
told the othci Commissioners that he
must Insist upon moro liberal prol
slons for the admission of the repre
sontatlu's of Chinese mercantile
firms Representative Kahn, who was
present at the meeting of Cnllfornlans,
oujectcd strenuously to such an
amendment, but tho Commission
adopted It despite his wnrnfhg. To
day ue had tho satisfaction ot seeing
the Commission withdraw from its po
sltlon nnd adopt his own.
Tho speakers at today s hearings In
cluded Maxwell Evarts and Captain
W. I). Seabury for tho Pacific Mall;
John M. Thurston, ostensibly for tno
Phlllpplno Investors, and Hepresentn
the Kahn, In defense or the Mitchell
Kahn bill Evaits spoke on the same
lines as jestcrday, attacking tho de
tails or the bill Ho read the resold
tlons or tho Snn Francisco Chamber
of Commerce nnd Merchants' Ex
change, to show that tho people or Cnl
lfornla themselves are divided on the
exclusion policy Ho Bald, regarding
section 27, relating to transit cases,
that ho stood as ho had bcfoio the
Supremo Court, and suggested that
Congiess do nothing until the Su
preme Court had decided the cases
befoic It. Involving the validity of the
Scott aet. Ho declared that tho pro
visions of the pending bill, while pre
tending to regulate the transit of
Chlnesp In reality prohibited transit
Senator Fairbanks drew rrom Ev
arts an admission that the Pacific Mall
Company did not Institute Inquiries In
Ulilnn regarding the good rnlth of Chi
nose coming to tho United States, at
tnough the trans-Atlantic companies
exerclso great caro In this respect.
Coming down to tho bection prohibit
ing the employment of Chinese crews
on American vessels, Evarts was very
empnatic. tie declared that the Pa
clfle Mall would have to lay up Its
steamers If this provision were en
Captain Seabury was then question
ed by Evarts to bring out the claim
that tho Pacific Mall Is forced to em
ploy Chinese crews. Seabury proved
a first-class witness for tho exclusion
Ists. Ho declared that tho Chinese,
wero better men than tho nverago
white crew, and much chcnpci. In re
sponso to questions from Senator Claj
and others, ho snld tjie Pacific Mall
paid Chineso sailors $20 Mexican nnd
board, while wlxlto sailors could not
bo obtained for less than J25 or s.i
gold. Tho steamer China, ho said, had
1C0 men all told, over 100 being Chi
nese. Captain Seabury said Chineso
had displaced tho Japanese even on
tho steamers of tho Tojo Klsen Kul
sha Company In certain departments,
and hnd even displaced tho paid Los-
cars on tno Peninsular and Oriental
steamers. "They are working out all
other classes ot labor oil shipboard,"
When nBkcd why tho Spreckels lino
not use Chineso In tho crew,
Captnln Seabury said. "Thoy cannot,
becauso tho Australian Government,
which pays Spreckels a subsidy, will
not allow Chineso to bo employed Tho
Spreckels company Bay thoy hlro
whites to protect American labor, but
It Is not so It Is becauso they cannot
employ Chinese without losing tho
Hero 13. J. I.lvernnsh announced
tnat tho California Commission wish
ed to recede from Us recommendation
on section 5, liberalizing exclusion
laws relating to merchants. "Wo feel
now that It would bo a mistake If It
were adopted," ho sain
Ex-Senator Thurston next spnko.
Ho said he represented the Philippine!
capitalists who Incidentally hnd Inter
I'utH In China Ho opposed any new
exclusion legislation, and said the
best thing to do would bo to re enact
tho preBcnt laws At tho very last or
his argument he deftly inserted n plea
that no law should he passed for more
than two yeais when tho present trca-
ty expires. He also advocated tho ap
pointment of a commission to Investi
gate tho vvholo question of Asiatic Im
migration, with a view to framing a
bill to exclude the Japanese as well ns
Chinese. This plea for delay was not
Insisted upon, however, as ho admit
ted that Bomo exclusion legislation
would havo to bo enacted soon.
Then he spoko of tho vast trade pos-
slbllltlcs In tho Orient and urged tbe.Ictin uffico.
committee not to fnor any bill that
would Injure this trnde He said, so
far as tho present laws wore concern
ed, they were recognized by treaty ns
satisfactory, and said China could not
object to their re ennctment.
Senator Fairbanks snld: "Would
J on regard Is as nn offenso to China
to Incorporate tho regulations now In
effect Into this law?"
Thurston replied that tho regula
tions were now effective without the
necessity or making them laws. He
said It would be better to leave thorn
In control of the Secretary of tho
Treasury, to bo chnnged according to
circumstances, rntlicr than fixing them
Into laws Tho Chinese Ailnlster, hn
said, had folt called upon to protest
against the proposed new nnd needless
affronts to the Chlnose people.
'If this bill Is passed, he declar
ed, "the man who sns that China will
not Insist .ipon the nbiogallon of tho
treaty of IS!) I docs not know Chlnoso
Thurston wns asked by Oompors
whether ho hnd noted tho argument
made by John W Foster, that If tho
present treaty were denounced cer
tain sections of tho treaty of 1SC8
would he reled, In which the Imtnt
gratlou of Chinese to this country Is
encouraged. Thurston replied that
the subsequent laws of Congress nro
paramount to the treaty of 1808, nnd
that no apprehension need be felt on
Itepresentathe Knlin wni the last
speaker. He said his hill was merely
n codification of the existing nlld
laws, with n few new features design
ed to Bccurc the strict exclusion of
coolies fie then showed that the
plan of the Pacific Mall and others Is
to secure a decision from the Su
preme Court knocking out tho Scott
act. Ab soon ns ho approached this
subject Earts was on his feet with
repeated Interruptions, nnd Chnlrninn
Penrose finally had to call for order
Kahn declared the Geary act a mcro
shell without the Scott act to ictn
force It "The Supreme Court may
take the !cw of Evarts," said Kahn
'and annihilate tho Scott act and
then ou will not have any exclusion
In worthy tho name.'
llawuin, Feb. 15. Major Gorges
enter sanitary olllcer or Ilnwm.. sajs
the principal work of the sanitary
depaitmcnt for the past year hns had
for Its object the extermination ol
cllov fcer, nnd that ho has many
reasons to bellew that Havana hns
been actually purged of the disease
During the last hundred years, Major
Gorges b.ijs, jellow fever has been
epidemic In Hannn, an all sanitary
measures that hac been taken Ii.no
had no effect. General disinfection ns
carried out for other diseases hr.s been
tried to no purpose, hut jellow fever
sharply disappeared upon the 1 itrn
ductlon of the sjstem based on tho
killing If Infected mosquitoes, on tho
theory that by such mosqiiltoej only
could the disease be transmitted.
From September 28, 1901, net n sin
gle caso of the feer has ben icpoit
ed, and this condition Is 30 unusual
that in the opinion of Major Gurg3
it puts aside all questions of chance.
FRHil m Id
San 1'innclsco, I'eh. 10 The com
mercial bodies of Sau I'ranclsco hac
at last been successful In their efforts
to gtt ships to carry freight to Manila
without breaking cargo A separate,
(III cct line ot steamers has not been
BCcured, but the 1'jclflc Mall, Occiden
tal and Oriental and Tojo Klsen com
panies hac arranged a Joint schedule
bj which steamers from the three lines
will alternate In trips to Manila, Ia
tho Japanese ports and Hongkong,
The rem will be the first steamer of
these lines to sail to Manila She will
leao here March 5, reaching Nagasaki
about March 2!). Manila April 3 and
Hongkong April G. The Gaelic will
sail from San I'ranclsco April S. reach
ing Manila Mny 7. Tho Nippon Maru
will sail May 9 and will reach Manila
about June 7.
Under this Joint schedule the stay ot
steamers at Intermediate points will bo
about as follows: Yokohama, twenty
four hours, Kobe nnd Nagasaki, twohe
houis; Hongkong and Manila, twelve,
to twenty-four hours.
NOItTIIURN RATI! WAR.
Chicago, I-Y'b ID. What ma een
tually hecomo n rate war developed
today, when the Interested transcon
tinental lines gave notice tliut ihey
will make colonist latcs, second el.ibs,
to California common points us fol
lows: Pioni Chicago, $33; from St. Luuls,
$30, from New Oilcans, (30; Horn Mis
souri rler points, $23. Tickets at
these lates will bo sold eer daj dur
ing March and April Stop-ocrs will
not bo allowed.
This action on the part of tho direct
overland routes to California Is J no to
tho fight that Is being made by the
Hill loads for business via nnd liom
St. I'aul to tho Pacific Coast In re
taliation for the Missouri river lines
action, tho Northern Pacific Issued no
tice yesterday that It would apply tho
$33 rnto trom Chiuigo and the $25 ra'e
rrom St. I'aul during Maiih and April
to points on the main line end branch
es of tho Southern Pacific hystem be
tween Portland and Ashland.
I1ANQUET TO 8VUTH.
San I'ranclsco, Feb 1C James I"
Smith, General, Governor Judge, na
tive of San I'ranclsco, resident of tho
Philippines, nnd product of opportuni
ties Hint came with tho Spanish War,
was given a reception In tho Palato
Hotel last night by more than 200 of
tno most prominent local mcmheiB of
tho military, Judiciary, administrative
and civil depaitmcnts or California,
his nathe State.
Fino Job Printing at tlio Bui-
Special Bargain Sale of
Pacific Hardware Go.,
Odds and Ends ot Brands not now cnrrlcd
In stock to be closed out at a sacrifice,
A chance to buy pure points to cover the
wear and tear on your buildings, ll ll
Come early and select your colors and
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Every job the perfection of
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art, We have
others equally good,
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
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W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Ilnldwln Locomotive Works of Phlla
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Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder) .New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical fertili
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llzers for Cano and Coffee.
Heed's Steam Plpo Covering.
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Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
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C. M. Coolte, President; George
Robertson, Mnnager; U, F. Ilishop.
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Allen. Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa.
terhouso and Geo. It. Carter, Directors.
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Tho Stnndard Oil Co.
Tho Geo, F. lllako Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Llfo Insuranco Co.
Tho Aetna FIro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Mnnager
Claus Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. Girrard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Iloss Auditor
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OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
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II. P. Daldwln President
J. II. Cnstlo First Vlco President
W. M. Aloxander.. Second Vlco Pros.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
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Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Excbanga bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
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Correspondents The Bank of Cali
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Shanghai Banking Corporation and
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Three months, at 3 per cent.
six montns, at 3 i-z per cent.
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Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal),
Collect rents and dividends.
Vnluablo papers. Wills, Bonds, etc,
rocelved for safekeeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
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Statements ot Affairs prepared.
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Houses built on tho monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Presi
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O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Lyle,
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403 JUDD BUILDING.
iVL Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ti.
H. HackfekU Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
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