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EVKNINO nUMjETltf. HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, AURIL 1C, 1002.
KAIIN BILL WILL BE DEFEATED
WHEN THE SENATORS TAKE ACTION
UNPACKING FOR A
This week we are rendy with nn entire new shipment
of tho prettiest goods ever displayed In Honolulu. Another big ship
ment has arrived ami Is now ready for Inspection. These goods nro H
nil new and of the latest designs, colors, and finish.
These are the latest fabrics,
We have them In blncli, cream and
WAIST PATTERN LENGTHS
IN NEW SILKS
Embroidered in Black
They are the very latest
AND JUDICIAL DECISION
Many Shipping and Tariff Ca-es
Burden of Injustice Appeal
Suspends Ruling The
From Treasury Decisions of March
27. ISM):', the following Items of Infor
mation are gleaned:
Decisions of the Hoard of General
Appraisers sustaining protects will take
effect at the expliatlon of thirty dayi
from the date theieof. unless In the
meantime appeal has been taken on
behalf of the t piled States. In which
Washington. April K. A vigorous
piotest "as made In the Senate today
by Cullom (It.) of Illinois ngnlnst the
passage of the Chinese exclusion bill
In Its present form. Coming from th
chairman of the Committee on Foreign
Ilclation8 the protest made n deep Im
nnd Aldrlch. Although the real lead
ers, none of these. Sonatina ma innKci
A Western Senator who favor ex
clusion said today, speaking of the
chances of the bill: "1 am afraid it
will amount to nothing. The Senate
picsslon on the Senate. Cullom, while appears to be determined to rc-ennit
expressing himself as In faor of the I the Geary law, that Is the existing laws,
exclusion of Chinese laboiers, said that' The whole opposition Is summed up
many of the provisions of thn pending' In one ciuestlon, propounded to I'ciMih
mcasute were In contravention of our yesterday li (lalllnger, Wh should
treaty obligations with China. a more drastic Ian be enacted when the
Patterson of Colorado and Perkins of census shuns that the Chinese popula
Callforuln suppoited the pending bill, tlon of this country has decreased IU
Silk striped and fancy linen effects. Come and sec them. They are
balmy In their softness.
The first shipment of NEW SHIRT WAISTS are to hand. They arc
right (o date and this year's vintage.
There Is an Immense assortment of ALL OVER LACES, EMBROID
ERIES and TUCKINUS In white, cream and black.
The largest and most varied assortment of APPLIQUE TRIM
MINGS and LACE8 ever brought to the Island Is ready for our pat
rons. The patterns are exquisite In black, cream ami white.
Our LADIES NECKWEAR depaitment has been completely restock
ed with all the latest. Some of the new things consist of lace collars,
bolero effects, escurlal collars In black nnd cream, new neck ruffs, ap
plique lace collars Arabian effects, silk and muslin tics In dainty
shades and many other little dainties.
maintaining that In no na did It con
trnvene existing treaties, as by the con
entlon of 1894 China had ngievd that
case the piopei oHlccis will be duly ad-1 Chinese laboreis should be excluded attitude of the Northwest toward the
vised. Action under the decisions fiom ' 'rom "lls country. The bill was ilras- MltclicU-Kalm bill, said tod.ij it w.u
which appeals have been so tahen will I t'c '" N" piovlslons, thev admitted not faorablc. He dei tared that twelve
be suspended until the questions In- but 110 nu"c so than was neressai to Senatois fiom the States of .Minnesota
volvcd therein shall have been Judlct-' eliminate the possibility of frauds. j .Michigan, Wlstonrni, Noitli and South
all determined. Cullom Addresses Senate.
Duty accrues unon the Importation of Cullom of Illinois, nddiessed the. Sen
ate in opposition to the pending mil
Cullom reviewed the treaties nnd legis
lation on the subject of Chinese exclu
sion, and. continuing, said "Person
ally 1 am In fnuir of the absolute ex
clusion of Chinese laboreis. In the or
dinal' meaning of that noid. and .li
proper enforcement of nm present
laws; and It seems to be that those the hill as It stands. Senator ll.iwle
laws me amply sulllclent. I do not' position Is not known.
think It would be wise for us to pan1 Senator Allison told a filenil todai
slty foi Keeping In their custody and the bill under consideration, bee ails he did not appiovc of the pending bill,
producing to the customs oRlceis ceitl- I consider many provisions of that bill us he did not believe a mine stringent
Urates of payment of tonnage tax. also i to be violations of our ti eat lelatlon law neiessar. He thought that tun
that the icgulations do not authorize) with China. Tlicie Is nothing In the present laws were In evei icspctl sat-
the giving of a separate let of seilal present situation that makes It either isfac lory.
uumbers for smli payments at each expedient or nee essary to pass a law in Senator Cullom s position
nort. The number of the payment dlsiegnrd of our treaty with China. h. known
should do nothing that Is not upon a
high plane of honor and dignity.
"Qui trade with China Is orth of
consideration In dealing with this sub-1 Pas made no pubil
foreign dutiable goods, and should bu
I exacted, notwithstanding the seizure,
foifelturc nnd sale of the goods for
violation of the revenue laws.
Customs otllcers at one port should
1 give due legnrd to payments of ton
j nage tax nt other poits. The collector
' of customs nt San .luan, Poito Itlro, Is
i Informed In this connection that utll
ceis In his district should be directed tu
advise masters of v.ssets of the neces
'per cent In ten yeais under the dear)
law?' I tell ou there Is no answer tu
this." Senator Nelson, speaking of the
Dakota nnd Nebraska weie in favor of
the le-eiinctment of the picKcul laws,'
but against mine dractlc laws I
New England Opposition. I
Ah for .New England, Scnatoi Lodge
Is the only Senator thus far who has'
come out in fax or of the Mlti hell-Kahu '
bill. Senators I'r.vc. Hale Hoar. Ual-j
linger. Proctor. Dillingham. Iliirnli.ini '
l'lntt. Aldilrhand Wetmoie an ag.unst
FOR THE HOME
as the Incan-
there Is no other light so convenient nnd satisfactory
descent electric la mil. NO DISAGREEABLE ODORS
OR DIRT. Alnnys ready for use wltn n sort, steady ana oriiuani ngni.
Let us give you figures on wiring your house, and If you desire wo
can furnish you with the new " HYLO" LAMP, o o o o o o o
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
King Street. Telephone 300
Alt sizes In quarter sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Large stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres,
folding chnlrs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphota
terlng done. Elegant line of fur nil lire In all departments.
i DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In your home.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout the Islands have removed this nnnoylng problem
entirely by acquainting thumselves with the Ideal perfect light for
the home. It Is as brilliant nn can or electricity, never smokes,
smells or, lives any trouble, Is lighted nnd extinguished as easily
as gas. and ,'urns but little kerosene oil. Our catalog shows nil
styles from '$1. SO up, and Is sent for the asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
I should be the same, nhether made at
I San Juan, or nt Ponce, or nt New Yoilt.
Inclosed spaces on the upper deckB of
I vessels available for stoics of coal
should be included In gross tcinnag
i nnd not deducted
11 advice of the Attorney General,
the Treasury department makes no ap
peal from the l". S. Bcond circuit couil
of appeals. reeislng a decision of the
circuit court below and holding: "Vel
vet cords or corded velvet not a cordu
roy within the meaning of the first li i
vlto to paragraph 313. Act of ISO", bu
pioperl) dutiable as velvets, or pile
fabrics, within the meaning of th-i
opening provision of said paragraph
A wlie hawser or wlie rope, galvaniz
ed attached to a leel. Invoiced as an
enllieiy and not separable for pur
poses of nppralscnicnt and classifica
tion. Is dutiable as an entirety at tip)
rales provided for wire rope, and not
ns a manufnc tore of metal not spec Lilly
Packages if Chinese tobacco origin
ally containing eight ounces to b
stamped with b-onnce stamps when ic
duced four-fifths, or less, of nn ounce
by natural causes. This ruling wat
originally made on an application
transmitted by the collector of custom
at Honolulu, the question having arisen
on tobacco that lost weight by drlug
Domestic geese are dutiable as poul
try and are not allowed flee entiy un
der the provision for ' birds nnd laut
nnd water fowls."
Hags of single Jute yams, containing
a colored or dcd stripe, 1 Inch wide
a:e substantial! dcd or colored and
aie exc lude-d fiom the piov!lons uf the
tariff an I elating only to such bigs as
are not coloied. Dags, however, con
taining only a single colored stripe,
tilvial In nine and character, aie noi
loloied or dyed bags.
So-called hone-leg bandages, com
piled of wool, which aie used for ban
daging the limbs of Injuied horses, ai"
after cslcrday's speech. He
Is ugallist any new and drastic leglsta-i
tlon. Senator Ilcverldge does not fa-'
vor the .Mltcliell-Kiihii bill, though he
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PIhIicp Block, opp. Love Kid., Port Street.
Ject. I'nder present condition-; It Is a-t nlor Qua Is cleuil opposed to the new
Sine to come to the I'nlted States an
the sun shines upon us. If we do not
close thr doors ourselves. The Ha
waiian Territory, over !!UU0 miles out
fiom the California shoies In the dliec
tlon of Japan nnd China, in the Pa
cific ocean, Is In the fullest sense n part
of the I'nlted States. The gieat ar-
Last, bul not least, Senator llaiina
strongly opposes the bill. He bases till
opposition to the "sailor clause." and
the general proposition that It Is un
wire to enact unnecessarily stringent
laws agalni China when we uie seek
ing In develop business time. Ilatinn
chlpelago the Philippine Islands makes no concealment of his eippusl
over which the soveieignty of I lie L'nlt- tlon, nnd his opposition Is generally pli
ed Stntes Is proclaimed. Is still beyond ' tent when votes are tallied. The labor
and comparatively i.ear to China. So leaders are bending every energy ta
vvc have opened a nay l.y establishing In lug these Senators Into tine. Piesl
our outposts upon the sea to make It ' dent Oompcrs of the American Peilcra
easy for the fulled Slates lo control Hon of Labor has lieutenants wntclilng
the commerce of that country. i every move In the Capitol, and labor
Disregard of Treaties. unions all over the country are In
m.. i,.nr i- .. ,.i,i ..! . ,,.,. I 'lo"' touch with headquarters hele.
city laws In dlsrcgaid of the splilt and
letter of our treaties: that vvc can con
tinue the piesent laws until the ticuty
of IsIH shall expire. If notice shall lie
given that this Government does not
deslie it to be continued nnuthei ten
years, and In the meantime a new
treaty can be tigroid to. which will
abiogate any possible treaty stipula
tions against the absolute exclusion of
Chinese Inbori'iH, and which will permit
us In enact such legislation as we may
Telegrams pour In to nearly every Sen
ator, asking his hitppnit of the bill
iigieed upon by the tabor leaders mid
the Pacific Coast delegation. Theie la
no doubt that Hie labor organization
of the country nie In favor of the new
bill and will be maishalcd by (lOiupeie
against any attempt to meiely re-enicl
the piesent laws. Labor people will
also make a bitter fight to retitlu .be
'sailor clause" In His bill lille the
whole power of the Pacilli steamship
Hues and .1 J. Hill's influence will bo
i C. J- DAY & CO.--GROCERIESi
NceelH No C renin
Nccdtt No Sugar
122 KING STREET
nckt to liullctln Office
PHONE MAIN 119
llueiice Is thought to be behind the
stand taken b several Noilhwestein
lil.iltt am. hcu1fr-m" f saa tllb tit-fil Ji.tt litl f 10
il'Tlll eurciii v in iiir ! uivciiuii vt . ., , , , ., , t i
.. , .. empltried in eliminating it Hills In
mil CMiiiiuv iiiiiii un- iiiiiiia in iiiepu- , , . ....
Chinese Inboiers Into the I'nlted Stales.
If China should decline to enter Into a'
new tieaty of this character we nilKht!
then be justified ill going ahead and
passing any law mi the subjeit of Chi
nese Immigration ne , lnio'c"
1 Chinese From Hawaii.
I Patteisou maintained lint ufllimn
I live legislation should lie on Hie sta
I tutu hooks to ex hide i"hliice, I hat dc
I pendente should not be plated entirely
I upon the existing tieaty. I'lilll the
enactment of alllrmatlve exclusion
legislation, sue h as was tills bill, ho
believed dial I lie admission of Chinese
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very Intest In the market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. -
Roblnuon Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Good i, Groceries.
in nil pice
win visit m IM
New Yoik. Apill i Tlii ii is tb"
highest aiillioitt for tue M.itcmnt
that the Chamber ol Coiuni.'iie in Nt v
',.l ..III I... I... .1... II. Im n .if V'.l..d
uab,e8a Si etuffi i-1 - ' -' PI' ,' - , ' T ""n
ufactui. of woo, no, otherwise P
,,.,.. " ,., ,,,,. ,,,, ,. hlblted nliMiliitel. Hie Isl mils simply been under way for Hie last tnu nionliiij
lain charges npreailng on his luvolce
liave been Inrorrertl npiortloned b
the collector In making his assessment'
uf duty, It Is Incumbent upon such im
porter to make ullliniatlvc pioof be
toie the bon id of classification that tho
action of the collector was In violation
of law, or was otherwise luequltnbln
and unjust; and. If be falls to do so,
the collector's action will not be ills'
lulled. Wheie the Instruments are accessible
and the parties me willing to pmchani
(lamps, the Instruments should bu
stamped instead of having assessment.!
made for the taxes due.
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
roo c. p.
Consumes nothing but oidlnary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to science and
the cheapest. Ilavo received the Highest
Awards nt the Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, nnd are In use
lu good ninny of our prominent stores
thrpilghoiit the city, such an Wnll NlchoU
Co., Honolulu Drug Co.. Holllster Drug Co..
Jlilnerny Shoe Store, l'llte Ico Cream Par
lors. Hawaiian Hotel and diners loo numer
ous to mention. Wc also have the came
Aie Lamp to burn I- hours, which is suit
able for lamps to be placed In yards as a
piotcctlon against night prowlers. Our
lumps aie In use throughout alt the planta
tions Tor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
would be a stepping stone for Chinese but nothing dellnite vv.ll be known until
to the I'nlted States. The hill was -May or June
needed because of bold frauds perpe
trated lo secure Chinese an entrance to
the I'nlted Stales.
Perkins of California said that "
rer cent of the Chinese In this count!
have come through the port of San
I'ranclsio. Not mil In California, but
lliioiiglinut Hie couiitiv. the sentiment
was piaitlcall unanimous In favor of
the exclusion of Chinese. He said the
reasons for exclusion were fiindamen
tal anil rm lal. Chlncnc coolie labor, he
said, ahead' had displaced American
vvoikmlngmcii In faitmles on t lie Pa
cific Coast. This condition affected
Tlir. 1'i.ilj.eil IniTfir.i t fi la nrit lid
able on tl.e pioperty of a noniesldent ! n,,t "' ."' Pacific Stales but the la
alien, who has never had a domicile
within the I'nlted States. dlug oiitsldo
or the I'nlted States and leaving a I
will ii.ai.nl nl mi nrillntr ... I lm Imu nf ".Id'S,
..... ..,...... ... ... ...a -- - -
his foreign domicile b which he give
bar market throughout the I'nlted
Slates. Pel kins said the attack of the
Chinese coolie was net alone upon
bul upon the best impinilniu
of the Ameilc.in wnrklngman. No legls-
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
3? . O. Bo-g 880 3iva,ir-i. 21
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At tho store of Goo him, 1UC Nuiianu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and oinbioidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and tablo covers SG and 41 Inches square, indies
nnd gentlemen's furnishing goods and undoi wear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnapts of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
latiou could be ton drastic to prevent
m lu ll, h. n.ivnl.ln In . .. lu " ' oilsllllllliacioll.
..v. ... ..... .. ,-.w...-.. ,,,,, , i. , , . .,
,1 ,. lnK.rn.1.. ul.ns. nrnneitv l.v Iho ' i.nillllger llll.'l riipien 10 CMiirss Ills
all his pioperty lo n noniesldent alien
f u Bu in la., u
THE OLDEST Ctli. HSE FlIt.M IN HONOLULU.
Die ' In Ho. Silks oi Grin LIo.qi. Cblnni ul Jipiacn OooJ. ol All Kla4i
i.i Nuuinu 1fI
GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
laws of his foielgn domicile passe to
li s eon. n'so a
belief that existing legislation was suf-
noniesldent ullwt. " In nl-''-l- H.lU-. .is stnHsllcH showed
that In the past ten cnis the number
of Chinese In this country had decicaj
ed fiom '.'& lo 3(1 per cent.
The Chinese I'xeliislon hill, as passed
' by the House, was laid befoiei the Sen
ate. and the chairman il'iyel directed
that It be referred to Iho Committee on
1 rorclgn Relations.
rendeilng a decision to this effect tho
federal Supreme Couit says: "It Is an
old and familiar nile nf thn Lngllsh
com ts. applicable to all forms of taxa
tion, and paitlciihuly special taxes,
t.iat the sovereign Is bound to evpiess
its Intention to tax In clear and unam
biguous language, and tliat a llbei.il
construction be given to words of ex-
ceptlon confining the oprntlon of I SENATORIAL OPPOSITION
.lull ' Til I .j la nlinilt (lm ennva ti ft ti ni 111 ik I
ns the Hawaiian Supiemo Court lire-1 TO EXCLUSION BILL
HHiited the other da on the question of
stumping tho pioxles of corporation , Washington, April 9. Two muic at
stoil.holdeis. The Culled Stales de- lacks, adiolt In handling and of wide
cislon heie lepoiled turns iiiou the scope, were made on the Mlti hell-Kubn
iaa thai Inlieiltiuice tux law of the exclusion, hill today by Senatois (lal-
I idled States npplles to propeity linger and Dlll'tirhnm. The Nrw lln-
"liijsing b will or by the Intestau- glanders aie beg'niillig to develop the
laws of an Slate or Ten Itoiy." While slicing opjosltlou thut Is fill In Iho
As u matter of fait, no foimiil invi
tation has ct been sent to the Pi line
of Wales, in spite of statements lo the
contrary, but It Is not tiio much to say
that this time that such an Invitation
would be forwarded with evei pios-
pect of Its aiicptiiiKC.
The mutter has not . en taken up
b the diplomatic icpicvfiitutivcs of
the I'nlted Stutes ill London, rave lu
the sense tliat Ambassador Chonte hap
pena to be a close pcixinal friend of
Piesident .Mollis K Jcsup and other
leading uiembeiK of the Cluiiubei uf
Considerable coiicspondencc lias
passed betweui the t'hambu mid cci
talu high olllclals in London, but It U
all of a private or unolllcl.il cliaiactci.
Ilcprcscntutlvca of all the leading
commercial bodies of ICuiope will lie
Invited to attend the dedication, which
promises to bu an event of litlciuatiuu
J. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to be the CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A large
supply of the dlffeient varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
.Major (leiuiral Sbalter. L. S. A
An nimy lionid, evnmliig n lieuten
ant lot promotion tu the po.suiou of
captain and quuitei master, nsl.td tne
"What Is Ihei first duty of a ipiaiter
"To niuliu himself conitoi table,' was
"And his next duty?"
"To iiinl.o his coinmaiidliig offlcur
"Very good, sir. And his final ibi
"To nnke hltusolf mine comloil
abb'." New Yen I. Times
the couit conceded It to bo within th
power of Congiess to Impose nn In
lnillaiii'e tax upon propeity lu this
Senate against enacting mote diastb
laws than arc now In effect As the de-
bate progi esses It Is becoming mnie
tiammiltted it found thut Cungiess had
not done so In Hits late.
domes ft McTlghe, tho liquor deal
ers deliver orders lo any rait of the
city fice. Tel. Main 1 10.
Insuperable Objection S h n.
''What's llw nni' In p'aylng ping
pong? Vou don t have lo vv.-ai an spe
cial costume to play It In'' I'liliugo
Hawaiian EngineeriDg and Construction Co,
KOOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN V
AH classcH of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and K
tiorts made for any class of Waterworks Steam and Electric Constnictlom;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superls
tended. In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for RU
roidi. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founia
lons, PlerB, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports .'
Properties for Investment purposes.
FRKDEHICK J. A.MWliU, M, AM. HOG. U. .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water lets,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
count! y. no matter where owned or nnd moie apparent that unless some
thing unfoieseeu occuis to In lug about
a change of feeling on the part of the
Senate leadcis Hie Mlteliell-Knhn bill
cauuut pass. Tho opposition Is laigely t
silent, but none tho less erfuctlve It I
Is led by such men ns 1 luntia. Alllsov
Lnaios-ti a 1 un . uanto'
, R e Mean What V tSuill our
fv.'ilATv, i iv.iiuiceoiciiiu5iivcr.innar
n-'W Btiiliaprii in eruMnmnl
AliilceliiaUln-trut.tluim,li-l un.ul !
ttl- mill -itnl rttlF a a t-m , ulr s
I'r. hi t'uieiif 1.1 ill iiiI.Ii,.i Irv. V ritfitii.ine.
armonookCo Boi3il AthnlUf.N Carolina I) S
New iMup of Ooliu.
bornprej from Government Survtyt ni Chtrti,
Mr nf Sjir I'Unutinnr, Hillwayt, ind Other
Kniibk Source the mp is iBx-t inches,
lth nUtl' colorinjr n4 neat mountlne. tnik
Inf a very uiefu' ult at ornimental wall trap
THB P&1CR np mo MAP IS Jio 00. Cop lei cas
r-t cbllp4 from
JAS T TAYLOR,
( O.'ltoi T49 oA JuJJ BullJInr, Honolulu! T. H
nr HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTO
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO,
nfcal Estate Agents.
Wo also m 1U0 it specialty of enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streets.
I1. O. Uqx 321: Tliono L'52 Main. 1
Tho best tho markets
nrford served end guests
iavo full vlovv of tho sea
from tho dining room. . .
L. P. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Beswick, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
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