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MAUCII 13, 1902
Long mny the press the people's rlghti
Unawcd by Influence and unbrlbeil b)
Hut shouM the tribune stoop to fo'il
Quick shall the sword of Justice pierce
ported Into Itutsta, but Ihls was a hard
er blow upon the Russians thnn upon
the American extorters, for the former
were compelled to have our rails, loco
motive and other such rcttcrlal for
which they had already eontrncted, and
upon which the Itusslatu themselves
had to pn) the additional duties,
American producers of raw sugar.
however have suffered more from the
Kuropean bount) s)stcm tl.nn did the
refiners The latter can nlvvn) main
tain their margin of profit while the
farmers arc for the most part depen
dent upon rentiers for what Is paid
them The foreign bount) ssteni has
undoubtedly Increased to a very largo?
extent the surplus In tho world's sup
pi) of sugar Tho larger the surplus
out consumptive demand, the lower
the price If the foreign refiners, de
prived of their bounties vhcther for
export or production, ore unable to
profltabl) sell ns much sugar as for
merly at home and abroad, then the
producers of their raw material will,
by that much at least, diminish produc
tion. In this way tho world's Biipply
wilt be lessened, the enormous surplus
will be reduced and the trend of tho
market value of raw sugar should be
stronger the world over Beet manu
facturers on the Mainland should bn
more hopeful, as well as the cane sugar
men In both Louisiana and Hawaii
Stan Ing planters In Cuba should be
gin to suffer less from the pangs of
bungc" The Cubans will be equall) as
well able to enjoy the benefits of any
countervailing duty that mny be Im
posed b) the United Slates against
European sugar as will American pro
ducers on the Mainland and In Hawaii,
and It seems to us that any moral obli
gation which this country may have
had toward Cuba has been overcome
without tho mcesslt) for a special re
duction In the tariff now' Imposed upon
Thurston talks about Ilbert) of the
j press, but the malicious pollc) he ill-
IT rctB Is more In keeping with a liber
tine oi me press
The Advertiser plea for liberty of
the press reminds citizens of tha
Hearst crj after the assassination oi
President McKlnley . Excuses for
malicious attacks upon courts of Jus
tice find no responsive echo In thv
hearts of honest men
The calm and wise action of tha
Chamber of Commerce nips In the bud.
the proposition of politicians for a
Junketing trip to Washington at the
expense of tho business community
It would Indeed have been n u'.iutlfiil
opportunity to do politics on tin side
'when nominally seeking appropriation
of Federal funds.
"The people of Washington must b
In as much of a fever heat over the ar
rival of George It Carter ns they were
over Prince Henry, for the correspon
dence of the Advertiser starts off thus
"For four da)s people In Washington
have been looking for tho arrival ot
George II. Carter." According to this
Paramount Carter ought to hurr) up to
save "people" from nervous prostu-tlou.
TO KAIIN'S MEASURE
Interesting Report on Chinese Immi
gration Made to Legislative of
WHAT McKINLEY SAID.
The Bulletin has received a ropy nf
the late President MeKlnlcy'n speeches
and addresses which has a special value
because of certain passages In It hav
ing Mr. McKlnley's own pencil mark
ings of what he considered the ihlef
points of his own remarks. One of tho
first markings uotcil surrouudi these
"THE INTEGRITY OF COUNTS,
AND THE ORDERLY ADMINISTRA
TION OF JUSTICE MUST FOREVER
CONTINUE THE HOCK OF SAFETY
UPON WHICH Ol'Il GOVERNMENT
Washington. March 4. The Senate
Committee on Immigration held a
meeting today and went over the
Knhn-.MItchell exclusion bill The
first seven sections were discussed and
approved, and the committee adjourn
ed until Thursday evening. Chairman
Penrose said again today that the bill
would probably be reported without
material change, except the omission of
the section relating to Chinese as sail
ors on American vessels. The House
immltteo appears to be waiting on
the Senate committee and while devot
ing home time to conlsderlng the bill
does not give any sign of reporting It.
Representative Kahn toJay received
a copy of a special dispatch from Ot
tawa to the Toronto Mail relating to a
report made by the commission charg
ed with the Investigation of the Chi
nese problem In Canada. Kahn has
sent for the report and will utilize It In
his forthcoming speech on Chinese cx
fhiBlon The dispatch Is as follows
'Ottawa Feb 17. The report of the
Chinese Commission was presented to
Parliament today It Is very volumi
nous, consisting of ncarl) n thousand
pages The Commissioners, Messrs
CUBA CANNOT EXCLUDE
THE CHINESE LABORERS
Proposed Scheme for Enactnnnt of
American Immigration Will Not
Washington FeC 28 A weak fca
ture In the proposed now compromise
scheme of relief for Cuba has been
exposed by Representative Coombs,
and his showing was so strong that
Chairman Pa) no of the Wa)s and
Means Committee, who proposed the
pjlan rould not answer It.
Part of the compromise measure In
eluded a proviso that the 20 per cent
reduction of dut) on Cuban sugar
should not go Into effect until Cuba
should adopt the Immigration laws in
force In tho United States this was
designed by the eompromlso people bb
n concession to the mends of beet Bit
gar Interests, It having been claimed
by the latter that with speclnl tariff
concessions and cheap labor In Cuba,
that Island would soon be producing
so much sugnr ns to Imperil the mar
ket for beet sugar. Friends of tho rec
Ipioclty scheme held that labor was
scarce In Cuba and that by forcing
Cuba to ndopt our immigration laws,
or others equally strict, cheap labor
could be kept out of Cuba
Chairman l'ajne. In presenting this
argument, said this would keep out
Chinese ns well as Italians and other
Riprcsentntlve Coombs Immediately
pointed out that Chinese aro not nf
fected by our Immigration laws, and
that the mere extension of immlgrn
tlon laws to Cuba would not keep Chi
nese out they being controlled nnd
excluded by special law. nor, ho
held could Cuba enact a Chinese, ex
clusion law that would bo effective. In
the first place, Cuba has no treaty with
China and, even If exclusion were
passed by tho Cuban republic, tho
elaborate machinery for its enforce
ment would not be available, as It Is
In this country Representative
Coombs said he believed this one thing
Invalidated all schemes of relief for
Cuba as well as raising a new danger
following Cuban Independence. There
will be nothing, in his opinion to pre
vent Chinese from going in grent num
bcrs to Cuba nnd making their way
thence to the United States
Chairman I'ajno expressed sur
prise when reminded that the general
Immigration laws do not apply to Cnl
nese He ndmltted at once, however
that this was the case He added that
I In his belief Congress would soon ex
tend tnc present exclusion taws, s
to Chinese exclusion laws In Culm ho
was reticent, but saw the difficult
Special Bargain Sale of
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IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
GOOD NEWS FOR HAWAII.
Abolition of, nil sugar bounties as de
cided upon ut the Ilrussels conference,
does not come as a surprise for It has
often been Intimated that this would
ultimately be tho result of the agita
tion that has been maintained for sev
eral ear In regard to the sugar trade
Russia and Germany have been the
chief offenders Id the payment of sugar
bounties, though both countries claim
ed that their sjstem was not one ui
bounties. The result, howeti was
the same through causing such addi
tional growth of Biigar beets as tend
ed to swell the world's over-production
of sugar and to decrease tho price of
PICTURES FOR FILIPINOS.
New York, March 2. Tho Museum
of Natural History received a letter
last week from the educational author
llles in the Philippines requesting that
a large number of lantern slides be
sent to the Islands for use in lectures
to be given to tho reople generally.
Slides chiefly In demand aro those
which will convoy a good Impression
of our country, Its development, re
sources and people.
The Museum of Natural History has
undertaken tho work of meeting, this
demand. Already a number of plc
Hires have been taken In the neighbor
hood Others will be added, and a
great number of lantern sullen from
the large collection of tho muieuni
wilt be sent to the Islands When one
of the Commissioners In tho Philip
pines looked over the miscum slides
C'lute Fole) nnd Munn, have evldentl) a while ago ho told l)r lllckford he
done their work well, and the repoit wanted a considerable number nf tho
when printed will throw a nood of , slides showing snow and Ico scenes,
tight upon many side tharacttrlstlcs of
the 'heathen Chinee ' The report deals
with every phase of life of the Chinese
coolie In China, Immigration, his un
sanitary conditions, criminal statu-,
tics moral and tellgloiis aspects, labor
in different callings, such as market I
gardening, mining, lumbering, can
ning and the laundry business, etc
The report also gives explanation ot
the operation of the exclusion law In
the United States "
Summing up, the Commissioners find
that representatives of the people and
the I.egislatute of British Columbia In
legjrd to Chinese nre will founded,
that these people nre an undesirable
class non-asstmilatlvoand detrimental
the Filipinos having the most
Ideas as to theso phenomena.
The Hits of the Year I
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin locomotive Works ot Phlla
dclphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Milt Co. (National
Conn Shrcdder),New York, USA.
N. Ohlandt U Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR BALE:
Pa ram no Paint Co.'s I'.& D. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
rnw and (boiled.
Indurlno (a cold water paint), In whits
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Watalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Dlako Steam Pumps.
The New England Lifo Insuranco Co,
Tbo Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assuranco Co. of London,
Every job the perfection of vehicular construction,
design and Finish,
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art. We have
others equally good.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
ISS Merchant St., next to Stangenwnld Building.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Sprcckels Vlco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
' Sugar Factors
AGENTS OF THE
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Or SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
BISHOP & CO.
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Transact business In all department!
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
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fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
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Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong 6
Shanghai Danklng corporation and
Chartered Dank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed en term deposits at
the following rates per annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
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Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuablo papers. Wills, Bonds, etc.,
received for safo-Kecptng.
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
Books examined nnd reported on.
Statements ot Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
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n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIA3ILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Botha Captured But Escaped
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Lf d
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vtco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AQENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co, Nahlku Sugar Co, Klhel
Plantation Co , Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co., and
Wm. 0. Irwin
the raw article to a non-pjylng point "' wuge-earncr classes, anil tho
at many ceuters of suppl) iho pa-
ments made by the Russian and Ger
man governments were to manufactur
ers, who were thus enabled to give
farmers a higher price than was war
ranted by actual market conditions,
the manufacturers recouping them
sehes through the bounty paid on their
exports, which also enabled them to
quote lower figures for refined In other
Tho chief Biiffcrers by the foreign
sugar bounty sstem have been En
gland and her colonies. It practically
shut down the refineries In tha United
Kingdom, as they could not compete
with the cheaper priced product from
the European countries, and the mar
ket for the raw sugar from the British
Colonies was practically cut off, Tha
news of the abolition of the bounties
will be received with delight In Ja
malca, Trinidad, British Honduras and
British Guiana. Workers In the renn
ertes at Glasgow and elsewhere In tho
United Kingdom will also be glud tn
know that there are prospects once
more for employment In the great fao
torles ibat have served In the past to
constitute one of the greatest of Ilrlt
As far as tho United States Is con'
cerned, the refineries have been pio
tccted against importations of Euro
pean refined sugars under the terms ot
the DIngley tariff which enables the
Imposition of a countervailing duty
This was done In the case of Russian
sugar, by Secretary Gage whose action
was condemned by certain Eastern
manufacturers and exporting agents,
but whose policy was In strict accord
ance with the law. It Is true that 't
brought some retaliation in the way ot
discriminating duties upon special ar
tides of American manufacture Im-
Commlssioncrs bay that a remedy is
urgently needed. They point out that
the Increase of the capitation from $50
to $100 has been Ineffective and Inade
quate The Comlssloners recommend
that further immigration of Chinese
labor Into Canada ought to be prohibi
ted, that tho most desirable and ef
fective manner of attaining this end
Is by treat) supported by suitable legis
lation, and that, In the meantime, and
until this can be dune, tho capitation
tax should he raised to 1100 Messrs
Cluto and Foley suggest that this $,00
lax should go Into effect at once. Mr.
Munn recommends $300 for two jeais,
and If a prohibitive treaty be not ob
tained within that period that the lax
be then raised to $500.
Purser Christian of the steamer
.Noeau, which arrlvtd from Hawaii
ports jesteiday afternoon reportB as
follows- Left Honolulu February 20
and arrived at Ilamakua on Friday
morning Could not work, as tho
weathor was too lough, so wo return
ed to Walpto On Saturda morning
Btrong northerly wind with rain' and
sen started and wo could not lay at
Wolplo any longer, so wo had to go
to Illlo for Bhelter, where we lay from
March 1 till March 10 During that
time theie wcro heavy tains, sea and
wind On Monday morning tho wtatn
or moderated, so wo went to Honokaa,
unloaded our freight and loaded 1792
bags of Biigar On Tuesday morning
we went to KiiKUlhacle unloaded
freight and loaded 2003 bags of sugar
and left for Honolulu Honokaa and
Kukulhaelo had to stop grinding on
account of tho heavy weather, but
were to start grinding March 12. Fair
weather on tho Ilamakua coast when
be m i
Bostun, March 4. The Post tomor
low will say During bis visit to
this city Prlnca Henry will be given
a Masonic emblem of much value The
souvenir will be presented during tho
banquet at the Hotel Somerset by
worshipful Master Hanser of Genua
Tho donor Is Mrs P C. Goodwin.
who wishes ns a ' t plcnl Amorlcan
woman to piesent the gift as an ov
presslon of American good will to
The emblem Is In tho form of a
square and compass The gold ulone
and tho diamonds with which It Is
studded are snld to bo valued at $10
dim) The gold for the emblem tame
fioin a nugget found by Mrs. Good
ln's husband while a "forty-nine"
Mr Goodwin was for fifty one yeais a
Mason and for fifteen years the grand
treasuier of Connecticut.
Pnrls. March 1. The Premier M
Waldetk Rousseau, whose cairlago
wan overturned In a collision with a
street car last night, passed a fever
ish night He complained this morn
ing of great pain In the shoulder, and
preparations aro being made to exam
ine It with Roentgen rays. President
Ixiubet called at the Premier's icsl
denco today, but the pnyslelan tn at
tendance forbado his admission to the
WANT NO PEACE
London, March 4 Tho Ilrussels
correspondent of the Dally Telegraph
8aj s, In a dispatch, that Kruegcr has
received a long report from General
Botha afflrmlug tho Boer Government
to bo fully determined to continue hos
tllltlcs and outlining the proposed
King Leopold III.
Brussels, March 2 The condition
of King Leopold, who has been 111
Blnco bis return heio from tho Riviera,
Is causing anxiety Tha phvslilan
In attendance on Ills Majesty deny
that his Bymptoms are serious, but the
frequency of their vIbUs has given rlso
to disquieting rumors.
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A88ET8, JUNE in, 1901, 80,04S47.
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O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
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GENERAL LOUIS BOTHA
A cable to tho
Chicago, Feb 28.
Record-Herald from London says:
War fceeretary Brodrlck announced In
tho Commons today that General De
Wet's Bon had been captured, but he
tured several pilsoners. Among tha
men taken was Botha, but the Br'c
lsh did not 'icigulzo him. After lli.i
pursuit of the fugitives had ended tho
captured men wero divided Into
groups, and Botha was Included in
tailed to Impart to the legislators tho tho number that wcro Intrusted to
nroni fcurprislng news mat me lamous
GciiHtal, Lnuls Botha, had also been
mudo a prisoner ai.d had got away
again. That la a story held In leserve,
and will result In court-martials.
The affair happened after the cap
ture of Botha's hnfer nenr Knapdaar,
and the astonishing details would not
r.nw bo known hud not a trick been
;ilneil on the llrltlnh censor. Tho tid
ings tame In n private letter from an
c filter In the field tho letter having
been mulled by an Intermediary al
I'lcepnit to avoid tho censor's scru
When Rimlngton s troops made a
tho care of tho rear guard
Another forco of Boers, hearing of
tho disaster to the main body, and
that tlulr General had been captured,
menaced the Urltlfh command. In tha
confusion of the expected attack tho
body ot Biltlsh troops that held Botha
as their prisoner permitted a few of
tho burghers to escnpe, and among
the number was the redoubtable
It was reported at the time that
Botha got away In a Capo cart after
being pursued seven miles. Nothing
of the kind occurred. The Genera)
quickly rejoined his fleeing commando
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night attack nt Knapdaar they cap jand got out of danger.
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