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EVnNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., TlluRDAY, MARCH 27, 1902.
Republican Caucus Agrees to
AND BILL INTRODUCED
20 Percent Reduction for Cuba
Special sale of
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, NO, 60 AT 25c PER YARD
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6 and 7 yards for SI, 00
Flno line, very sheer In black
and wAlto only, largo and small
30c per yard
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Washington, March 18. Tho nilvo, close with an earnest pica for tho sup
rates of Cuban leclproclty scored a de- port of the reciprocity proposition
cIsHc victory tonight nt tho confer-and a motion that the prev!6us qucs
enco of Republican members of tho tlon be ordered on all pending ques
House ot Representatives, the propo- lions. This brought the question to n
Bltlon of Chairman Payno of the Ways dcclslvo lssuo rather unexpectedly and
and Means Committee for a 20 per the oUng began amid considerable ex
cent reduction of duty, with the Sibley cltement. Tho several roll calls re
amendment, limiting the duration of
tho reduced rates to December 1, 1903,
suited as already stated.
Immediately following the vote on
being adopted by a otc ot 85 ayes to tho main Issue the conference adjourn-
31 noes. This result was reached at
11:30 o'clock by a series of exciting
The first test was when Payne con
cluded tho specchmaklng with a mo
tion for the previous question on all
pending propositions. This motion
prevailed, T8 to 56. A vote was then
taken on a substitute offered by Rep
resentative Dick of Ohio, In behalf ot
those opposing tho reciprocity plan,
offering In Its stead a plan of direct
payment to Cuba covering several
years. This was defeated. 57 to 75.
An amendment by Morris of Indiana to
tako off the differential on refined su
gar was defeated, 60 to 72.
Left the Caucus.
The Ways and Means proposition for
reciprocity, with tho Sibley amend
ment limiting Its duration, was then
agreed to, 85 to 31. While the voting
was In progress quite a number nt
those who oppose the Ways and Means
plan left the chamber.
When tho conference met 140 mem
bers were In attendance, Including
Speaker Henderson. Chairman P.iyn
of tho Wnys and Means Committee
and others who have figured promi
nently In the contest. Chairman Payne
made a statement ot tho difficulties en
countered by the arbitrating confer
ence which had been seeking for sev
rral days to bring the two elements to
gether. He frankly confessed that
nothing had been accomplished, as
each side had adhered firmly to Its
original position. Payne said tho
proposition' of tho Wns and Means
Committee was now In effect, that pre
sented by Sibley at tho last confer
tnee, namely, for 2d per cent rcclpro
city limited to December, 1903.
Representative Dick of Ohio, one of
the conferees of the clement opposing
the Ways and Means Committee, con
curred with Payne thnt no progress
had been made by tho arbitrating body
toward reaching a solution. At the
same time, Dick said, ho was still
hopeful of an ultimate agreement, and
he urged deliberate action In order that
harmony might prevail In the end.
PER S, S, "ALAMEDA"
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very latest In the market,
SILK D GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street. ,
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
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ed and the long-pending controversy
over Cuban reciprocity was determin
ed so far ns the Republican conference
was concerned, although It still re
mains to be dealt with by the House.
The Payne resolution as adopted to
night gives tho general form of a bill,
authorizing the President to negotlato
n commercial agreement with Cuba
for reciprocal nnd equivalent conces
sions by which the rates of duty shall
bo reduced at least 20 per cent nd valo
rem, on all articles Imported from Cuba
Into tho United States. It also pro
vides that the United States Immigra
tion and exclusion laws shall be enact
ed by the Government of Cuba as a
preliminary to reciprocity. The Sibley
amendment, which Is adopted as a part
of tho Payne resolution, recites that
tho foregoing 20 per cent i eduction
Bhall he "limited In its duration and ef
fect to the 1st day -of December, 1903.'
CARRY ON JHE CONTEST
Washington, March 19. Tho steer
ing commlttco ot the clement which
has opposed tho Ways nnd Means
Committee Cuban rcclpioclty plan met
this afternoon at the call of Represen
tative Tawney of Minnesota, chairman
of the committee, and, with several
other leaders In the movement, can
vassed the situation carefully. Indi
vidually most of those present expiess-
cd a desire to carry the contest, to tho
floor of the House. It Is considered
desirable, however, to take no action
until all those who voted In the confer
ence against reciprocity were called
into conference. This meeting will be
held later in tho week. Dcyond this
decision no action was taken.
Chairman Payne of tho Ways and
Means Commlttco today Introduced
the following bill, entitled "To provide
for reciprocal trade relations with
Cuba," as a result ot thd Republican
conference decision last night:
"That for the purpose of securing re
ciprocal trade relations with Cuba, tho
Tho blood Is tho source of strength.
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burn, belching and malaria, fever and
ague, A fair trial will convince you
ot Its value.
or exclusion laws or such agreement
mentioned In this act are not being
fully executed by the Government ot
Cuba, to notify such government there
of, and thereafter there shall ho levied,
collected and paid upon all articles Im
ported from Cuba the full rato of duty
provided by law upon articles Imported
from foreign countries."
President Is hereby authorized, as soon
Dick closed by presenting resolution as may bo after the establishment of an
,nro.nHn ti, i.i.. f n,n ,nnf,,. independent government In Cuba, ami
nnrmnln thn Wnvn nml Means Hommlt. . tho enactment by said government of
San Kranclsco, Mar. 17. The United
States gunboat Wheeling came down
from Mare Island jesterday and an
chored In tho stream off Tolsom street.
Wl(hln two or three dajs she will salt
for Magdalcnn bay, where Commander
lllockllngcr expects to meet Admiral
Casey and report to him. After tar
get practice at Mngdalcna, tho Wheel
ing will proceed to the Plchlllnqua
coaling station near I .a Paz, and sail
thence to Honolulu, making an effort
en route to find and chart somo rocks
that havo been reported ns existing
at or near tho surface several hun
dred miles off shore. The gunboat w 111
then proceed to Pago I'ago. Samoa, to
relieve the Aharenda on that station,
tho latter returning home to New-
York. Tho ofilccrs nnd crew of the
Wheeling were recently transferred
from the Concord now laid up at Mare
tee, as follows
Text of Resolution.
"Resolved, That it Is tho sense ot
this conference that the Commlttco on
Immigration and exclusion laws as
fully restrictive of Immigration as tho
laws of the United States, to enter into
negotiations with said government
with a view to the arrangement of a
P. o. BOI Mi Tiu ti.
TUB OLDEST CHi.'ttE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D,i'tl lo Fm Sllki ill Drill Uaioi. Cblnm inl Jipinm Ooodl ol All Kill!
Sacrifice Sale-Last Week
At tho store of Goo Kim, 111C Nuimnu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting ot dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and tablo covers 38 and 41 Inches square. Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear: duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods,
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Ways and Means bo directed to report J commercial agreement In which reel
to the House a bill for the relief of Cu- procal and equivalent concessions may
ha substantially cmbodvlng tho follow-! ho secured In favor of the products anil
Ing provisions: manufactures of the United States by
"That the President bo authorized to rates of duty which shall ho less by an
enter Into a commercial agreement amount equivalent to nt least 20 per
with tho Government of Cuba, wheii'ccnt nd valorem upon such products
the same shall havo been organized and nnd manufactures than the rates Ira
cstabllshed, whereby, on account of posed upon tho like articles when Im
tho relations which havo existed be-. ported Into Cuba from the most favor
tween tho United States nnd Cuba cd of other countries nnd shall not he
since 180S, and In consideration ot greater than tho rates Imposed by the
such reduction of duties as shall be United States upon tho like articles Im
satlsfactory to tho President on goods, I ported from Cuba; nnd whenever tho
nuns uuu uiinnuiiiiisi-, me ki"ui ur uovernmcnt or uuua snail enact such
product of the United States imported Immigration and exclusion laws nnd
Into Cuba, ho shall agree to pay each shall enter Into such commercial
year for three jears to the Govern- agreement with tho United States, nnd
ment of Cuba a sum of money equal to shall make such concessions In favor
20 per cent of the duties collected nnd . of the products nnd manufactures
paid Into the Treasury of tho United thereof ns aforesaid, nnd which agree
States on goods, wares and mcrchan- ment, in the Judgment of the Prcsl
dlse tho growth or the product of tho dent, shall be reciprocal and' equlva-
iBiuiiu 01 V.UUH uupurieu inio mis lent. Ho shall be authorized to
In support of these resolutions Dick
submitted a formal statement for his
Representative Lacey of Iowa sup
ported tho Wajs and Means proposition.
Representative Hepburn, Iowa, mado
ACCEPT SUGAR AGREEMENT
Derlln, March 17. According to tin
latest reports received here. It appears
that satisfaction with tho agreement
adopted at Urusscls by tho Internation
al Bugar convention Is spreading
throughout tho Htigar Interests. It now
appears that at a meeting ot sugar
manufacturers held here March 3d the
manufacturers waptca to congratulate
Daron von Thlelmann, ftie Secretary
of the Imperial Treasury, upon tho ab
olition of tho sugar bounties, but were
restrain from such action by their lexers.
claim such facts both as to the enact
ment ot such Immigration and exclu
sion laws and tho making of such
agreement and thereafter until the 1st
day of December, 1903, tire Imposition
of the duties now Imposed by law on
all articles Imported from Cuba, the
products thereof, Into tho United
a somewhat satirical speech as to the! States shall he suspended nnd In lieu
relief which the proposed reciprocal thereof shall bo levied, collected ilid
pian vvouiu give uuua. paid upon nil such nrtlclcs Imported
Doutelle ot Illinois, Sibley of Penn
sylvania, Moirls of Minnesota, Little
field ot Maine and Rurko of South Da
kota spoke on various phases ot the
from Cubn 80 per cent of tho rato ot
duty now levied upon like articles Im
ported from foreign countries. The
President shall havo power, nnd It
shall bo his duty whenever he shall be
rayne brought tho discussion to a satisfied that either such immigration
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THE LION REMEMBERS DROVER'S TWISTS.
King Edward: "Well, what's the mattur with you now?"
The British Llsn: "I understand Drover Cleveland Is coming to the
coronation, and I think my tail needs protection." Minneapolis Journal.
TIIKEATUN TO KIDNAP.
New York. March 1C Anonymous
letters contnlnlng threats to kldnan
and murder his children unless $23,000
Is left at a placo cnrefully described
have caused Alexander R. Peacock.
formerly first vice president of tho Car
neglo Steel Company, to send his
ramlly rrom Pittsburg -to Now York.
Ho Is now, with his vvlfo, two sons-
Grant, 14 j cars old, and Alexander, 10
and his Infnnt daughter Margaret,
nt tiie Holland iiouso.
Elaboralo precautions havo been
taken to protect tho children, even In
New York, and the emplojes of thn
hotel havo been Instructed to exercise
unusual care In sending notes or mes
sages from persons unknown to them
which might possibly Incrcaso the
alarm and nervousness under tho
strain of which Mre. Peacock has bon
suffering slncp tho first threatening
letter from tho woiild-he kidnapers was
recolved at her palatial homo In l'ltu-burg.
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for New York, will havo among her
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In appcaranco they aro the regular Incandescent lamp and
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London, March 19. Lord Klmberley,
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Lords, who has been 111 for somo time
pnst, Buffered a rolapso yesterday
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Sir Richard Temple Dead.
London. March 17. Sir Richard
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uay. and who has hold- other Impor
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King Christian of Denmnrk has call
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