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..MARCH 22, 1902.
Nahlku stockholders hid fair to
jeallze on the old adage that the pa
tient alter Is no loser.
Methods of the administration forces
used In whipping the beet sugar oppo
sition Into line are highly Interesting.
A beet sucar trust with the Immor
tal Jim Ham Lewis as Us promoter In
dicates that Jim Ham has changed his
mind on the great subject of octopuses,
Carnegie speaking of his libraries
sas he would bar fiction less than
three years old. Thus Carnegie shows
that he seeks to educate rather than
pander to a passing popular sentiment.
By the retirement of Commissioner
Pofcderly the labor clement will lose
an active agent In tne immigration
Bureau but as Sargent Is named us the
probable rucccssor there Is no pros
pect of n loss of prestige.
Arbitrators settled the Boston strlki
only to find more trouble on their
hnndi when strikers on their return
found their former places taken. Hav
ing settled tho original dimculty. how
ever, the arbitration scheme ought not
to be found Incompetent to deal with
the newest phase.
Now Lord Wolselcy Is going ta
South Africa to look after Kitchener.
With the exception of lloberts tho
South African war has destroyed moro
British reputations than any cam
paign the nation has ever carried ou.
Wolseley shows true courage In at
tempting to tacklo the Job thus luto li
The House Committee has decided to
retain the clause In the exclusion bill
prohibiting Chinese from moving
from the Philippines to Hawaii and the
Mainland. It Is an open questlon.Tiow
ever, according to leading Washington
lawyers whether Congress will be abls
to make this portion of the law stand
the test of a Supreme Coure decision.
Thurston's Advertiser seems to
think the same conditions exist In Ha
waii today as were found during the
days of the Monarchy and the defunct
Itcpubllc. That's Just what Is the mat
ter with the Thurston gang. They
fail to realize that this Is now an Am
erican Territory and should be con
ducted and will eventually be conduct
ed on an American plan. The days
when the citizens of Hawaii will calm
ly submit to brow beating and mall
clous misrepresentation has passed.
The sooner Thurston realizes it, the
better It nlll be for him and those who
meekly follow In this train .
PENROSE HAS A SCHEME
Washington, March H. Senator
Penrose has introduced as an amend
ment to the pending resolution provid
ing for the electlon-'of United States
Senators by direct ote of tho people a
proposition to Increase the number of
Senators In proportion to population
nnd providing for their Important
changes In Senatorial representation
of the States. The piovlslon is as
"The Senate of tho United States
shall be composed of at least two Sen
ntors from each State, and an addl
tlonuI;22nator for every ratio of 500,
U00 persons, who shall be elected by
direct vote of the people thereof for a
term of six year's, and each Senator
shall have fine voto. A plurality of
otes cast for candidates for Senators
shall elect, and the electors shall have
the qualifications requisite for elect
ors of the most numerous branch of
the State Legislature Vacancies In
tho representation of any Statu In the
Senate shall bo filled In tho samo man
ner as such vacancies are now llllcd
by the House of Representatives.
"It shall bo tho duty of Congress
when fixing and apportioning Hcpio
sentatlvcs from tho several States In
too House of Representatives, after
every census, to likewise fix and ap
portion the representation of Sonators
from each State In the Senate, provid
ing that BUth State shall liao at least
PHAETON'S JAIN SEARCH
Victoria, II. C March U. His MaJ
city's ship Phaeton returned today
front her trip to Honolulu In search oi
the missing sloop-of-war Condor, tho
llndlng of wreckago fiom which on tho
vent coast of this island proves that
Bhu went down off the Cape the night
of her departure from hero. Tho Phae
ton brought absolutely no news of the
londor, but she herself had a very
tough trip from the Islands, which shu
left on February 24th. The decks
were lrequently washed by monster
BEET SUGAR OPPOSITION
IS BEINQ DEALT WITH
Twenty Percent Reduction For Cuba
Is Almost a Certainty-Methods
That Are Being
Washington. March 13. Late this
afternoon tho work of harmonizing tho
conflict oer Cuban reciprocity had
progressed so far that n committee ot
conferees or arbitrators, representing
the two sides of the controversy, at'
embled to framo a compromise agree
ment. The meeting occurred In tho
Wavs and Means Committee room,
with Chnlrman Payno and Representa
tives Dnlzcll and Cannon present In
behalf of the Ways and Means reci
procity element, while five members
of the opposition, namely, Heprcsenta
tUcs Mctcalf of California, Dick and
Taylor of Ohio, Fordney of Michigan
nnd Morris of Minnesota acted as arbi
trators In behalf of the Republican
who had resisted the Ways and Mews
original plan of 20 per cent reciprocity
tor nn unlimited period.
The conferenco lasted obout two
hours, and wns not productive of final
results, an adjournment being taken
until 2 p. m. tomorrow. All the plans
of compromise that have been suggest
ed were reviewed, particularly that
limiting the reciprocity period until
December, 1903. Beyond discussing
tho sovernl plans no net Ion was taken.
When the conference closed It wns
stated that tho discussion has been
along such harmonious lines that nn
agreement seemed assured. Chairman
Panc nnd his associates seemed to ue
less confident thnn the other conferees
that an ngrecment was in sight.
Prior to the meeting of the arbitra
tors tho element opposing tho Ways
and Means plan assembled to deter
mine on n course of action. It was do-
elded to name five conferees Instead
of three, In order to mako the body
moro representative of tho various
sections Interested, it was also deem
ed ilcslrablo not to give tho conferee!
power to make terms, but only to con
sider nnd report back. This precau
tion wan taken In order that there
might be a full understanding or the
compromise plan by all of those who
opposed the original Ways and Meant
plan. Representative Tawney of Min
nesota, who directed the contest nt the
outset, was asked to go on the confer
encc, but he declined, and Instead nom
Inated tho commtttco of five subso
ouently named by tho conference.
Chairman Mctcnlf of the conference
committee appointed today says the
outlook Is good for ultimate victory for
tuo beet sugar people. He believes
tho doctrine ot high protection, Inva
riably administered without an lllogl
cal Infusion of reciprocity treaties, will
win the day. Every effort Is being
roado by the other side to win con
verts, and tho fact that several over
Hires for a (,-ompromlse have been
made Indicates some weakness.
At tho Bairle time from a survey of
the whole fled It Is Impossible to es
cano the conclusion that tho Admlnls
tratlon, assisted by Speaker Hender
son and Representatives Payne, Dnl
zcll, Cannon and other leaders, will
win Its fight. Tho talk In the lobbies
Is vory free concerning the various
methods employed to break down tho
beet sugar forces. It Is said that Sen
ator Lodgo went over to the House
sldo today and told a Massachusetts
Insurgent that if ho would be good his
renomlnatlon would ho practically as
sured.- As thU man Is having a hard
fight for renomlnatlon, the notification
was a threat or a promise as he choso
to tako It. Another man, a North Car
olinian, wanted several public building
bills killed, as they weie In Democrat
ic districts and would assist tho Dem
ocrats In their fights for renomlnatlon.
Ho .was promised that tho bills would
be killed. Krom that time he took no
further pnrt In tho beet sugar confer
Among the Pcnnsylvanlans Senator
Quay has mado sad havoc by bombard
Ing them with telegrams. Threo or
fouc who'uero stalwart foes of Cuban
tariff reduction have changed their
minds since hearing from Quay. "This
wholo fight has resolved Itself Into a
question of leadership," said a promi
nent member. "Cuba Is largely lost
sight of. The opposition mado Hiich
a strong fight that everybody was sur
prised. Roosuclt would not give in.
lie has brought over Henderson, ' and
Uayne nnd the other leaders to his
side, and they must win or go under.
They will win In tho end.
"Now tho Republicans In Congress
cannot go before tho country this sum
mer divided nad angry. They must, in
self-preservation, get together, and
they will within a few days. A com
promise must be found. It will be. In
my opinion, a reduction of 25 per cent
In Cuban tariff. This Is not what the
trust wants, but on tho other hand It
Is moro tliau the beet sugar people
wanted to concede. There nre many
Congressmen with hard fights for re
nomlnatlon ahead of them, and they
will not go too far in opposing tho Ad
Now York, March 14. A special to
tne Journal from Washington says: A
thorough poll of tho Scnato sIiowb that
thirty-one Senators aro in favor of a
constitutional amendment for tho elec
tion of Senators by a direct voto, nine
teen nra outspoken In their opposition
to it and twenty-three nro non-commit
tal, although It Ib known that many
who will not commit themsolves re
ganl tho proposition favorably. To
pass the resolution It Is necessary
that It should tecelre flfty-nlno favor
able votes In tho Senate.
Senator lluriows of Michigan, who
favors the amendment. Is chairman of
the Committee on Privileges and Elec
tions, which ban, under consideration
'no Houso of Representatives bill, as
well as other resolutions Introduced In
the uenato by various Senators. Per
kins of California favors tho amend
ment. Raid Is opposed to It.
C. J. Holt, administrator of tho es
tate of John I'ml. Is ordered by Judge
Humphreys to file his accounts. A
similar order requires .Mr. Holt to do
the Bame as guardian of tho minor
children of Mllla Perry, widow of Ural.
we have to offer are First Quality Goods at the lowest
possible prices. YVc have lately received large ship
ments completing our lines.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Bethel Street Household Deportment.
The Hits of the Year
Every job the perfection of
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art.
others equally good.
C. F. Herrick
13B Merchant 8t., next to 6tjnjjenwnld Building.
BARS THEM OUT
No Chinese Crews on American Vessels
'-Philippine Chinese Must Remain
Where They AreNone
Washington, March 13, Consider
able progress was made In Chinese.
Committee on Immigration, after a
thict-liour review of tho third print of
the Mltchell-Kahn bill, completed t'x
veilm! cnanges and Chairman Penrose
rvprrttd the bill to.the Senato Just re
fute J.djournment. A report, now he
I ii ii '.linen, will follow In a day or to.
As icpoited, the hill Is substantially as
ngrefd upon by the Pacific Coast deh
gallon. Tho Philippines clause Is re
tained with a few verbal changes. Tho
section ptohlbltlng the employment ot
Chinese crows on American vcbscIs Ik
lett in tho bill.
Tho Houso Commlttco on Foreign
Altai took up tho Mltchell-Kahn Mil
today and spent several hours on It.
An attempt was mado to substitute
ll o Sherman bill as a basis of consld'
eiatlon, but tho committee voted this
down. Sectlcu 2. relating to Chinese
In the Philippines, was voted upon
and the cffinmlttco decided to retain
It In the bill. This section, as report-
rd by tho Senate committee, permits
Chinese to go from one Inland to an'
other In tho Philippines, but prevents
thnn from entering tho archipelago
fiom Chlnn, or from entering tho Unit
ed States from tho Philippines, or fiom
passing from the Philippines to Htv
The question of making the duration
of the exclusion law conterminous with
the llfo of tho treaty came up In tho
House committee, and by a decisive
voto the committee decided not tn
roako such limitation, but to follow
tne, Mltchell-Kahn bill in making ox
elusion oneratlvo for an Indefinite ne-
riod. This vote, with all other actions
taken thus far, reveals that Congress
or at least the Republican majority. Is
practically unanimous In favor of Chi
nese exclusion, and thnt there never
was any real danger of a failure ta
enact proper legislation, The tlmn
wasted thus far can ho charged against
tho California commission, which sol
ed tho opportunity to make tho rocord
appear that the Chinese exclusion law
would not nave been re-enacted with
out deapeiat endeavors of the Demo
cratB constituting that commission.
"Barefooted HIM" appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon on two sop
arato charges of vagrancy. Al the io-
quest of tho defendant's nttornoy, the
caso went over until Monday. Yester
day enough money was secured to re
lease 1)111 from custody and ho Is now
roaming the streets as usual.
Michigan Stoves and Ranges,
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Willcox&Gibbs' New Automatic
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Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
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Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of .Phlla-
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Makee Sugar Cb,HaleakaIa Ranch Co.
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AT HAMOA, MAUI. f
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