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..AI'IIIL 29. 1902
Governor Dole on his nrrlvnl In
Washington was quoted by the Times,
"Conditions In Hawaii are good
though money Is tight. An election Is
about to bo held on the Island, but It
Is not an Important one, and but llttlo
lurcst Is being taken. The present
form of government has been In ex
istence for so short n time that noth
ing can bo said concerning Its sue
W. N. Armstrong while In Washing
ton with Governor Dole said to a
Washington Times reporter:
"Tho trouble In tho Island Is tho con
flict of races. Thcio nre l.O.nim In
hiibltantB. of which HI.OOO are not
"Tho question Is to keep the control
In the hands of tho Anicrlran-born.
Chinese. Japanese, and Ilnwnllnns nre
being born much faster than those of
A GOOD HIZIil) ROW.
The Cuban reciprocity bill has stlmd
up a mare's nest in tho RcpiibKoii
party the like of which lu not been
witnessed lu any admlnistrat'on sine
Cleieland's time. The bct sugar
Congressmen have ridden oor the ad
ministration rough shod, and accord
ing to all Indications Intend to keep
their grip. This means forcing ihc r.d
inlnlstrntlon forces to go liuo Hio fall
elections with the chief Cotigrcsklonal
liji.e practically repudiated an-1 at tho
hands of Republicans. It Is us pretty
a political mess ns eer a lVcsidiiic had
to deal with, and there Is no doubt
that it arises from a feeling amonr the
lighting minority that the udmiiiiMir.
Hon is attempting to lead the party
r.way from tho old established Republi
Outside the speeches In Cougresj thi
ol position Is not only maki.it; iUell
felt but Is speaking Its ni'ud tti (orce
in 1 language. The New York Pi&w, one
of the staunchest Republican papers ol
New York city, published the following
editorial comment bearlug upon lead
"Think of the two propositions. We
have an American sugar lndustiy tear
It down! It Is supporting hundreds ol
thousands of our citizens will, uuyea
and earnings wipe them out! It 'a
climbing every day to greater prosper
ity and richer benefits to tho nation
"Hut heap rich gifts on a few favor
Itcs who are selectud for Federal boun
ty In the ship subsidy bill! Qlvo them
subsidies without any promise of a dlf
fcrent condition of American shipping
from those wo have now without thu
assurance of the laying of another Am
erican keel, tho registry of another
American bottom, the masting of an
other American Hag on our merchant
marine . ,
"Millions for the half-dozen favored
shipowners, but hostile legislation, de
struction of business of thousands who
nre dependent, directly and Indirectly,
upon the new nourishing American
"What folly of leadership! what In
consistency of national policy! Whuf
perversion of a great economic princi
ple! What reckless, senseless, rhyme
Opposition to th eshlp subsidy bill
from this source Is somewhat of a sur
prise, but It shows that the discontent
Is marked. It will ba Interesting to
noto how the President bandies this
GLI THAT RUSSIA
Chicago, April 20. Wiring from
Washington, Walter Wellman says: In
ternational news of tho highest possl
bio Importance reached diplomatic
Washington toduy. It Indicates that
the. Far Eastern problem has been solv
ed, and that tho menace to the world's
peace which has so long held llko a
cloud on tho Asiatic horizon has nt
last been removed. If this shall prove
to bo tho case and thcro seems little
reason to doubt It American diplo
macy must bo given credit for a great
Today's news relates to the terms of
tho new treaty between Russia nnd
China. Various reports concerning tills
Important compact havo been In circu
lation both In this country and Europe,
but I am now ablo to ghc the salient
contents of that document, n full copy
of which Is expected here In a short
First Russia agrees to restore tho
civil administration of Manchuria with
out reserve to the Chinese empire.
Second Russia agrees to evacuate
Manchuria completely, so far as mili
tary or civil control Is concerned, with
in one year from the date of the treaty.
Third Russia agrees to remove her
army, with the reservation of a small
force for guarding the Russian rail
way, within one year, withdrawing
part of the troops In four months, an
other part In eight months and th;
llnal quota In twelve months
Fourth Russia abandons all claim
to exclusive railway and mining privi
leges in Manchuria, and pledges herself
and Chlnu to the "open door" principle
In that province,
The meaning of this Is that Russia
surrenders Manchuria, and thus turns
tho whole province back to China. It
has another meaning In tho eyes of the
Foreign Offlces. This also Is the view
expressed by the Russian Government
and by Russian Embassadors in vari
ous capltnls. The honor of the Russian
Government Is pledged to this evacua
tion, and when evacuation is accom
plished and Manchuria has been turned
over to the full sovereignty of the Chl
ncso empire, as every one has a right
to expect, it will be according to the
terms of this solemn ngrccment. The
Par Eastern problem may be regarded
as well nigh solcd.
It was Russia's occupation of Man
churia that threatened the peace of the
world, for Manchuria was the key to
the whole Chinese situation,
as Russia held not only military sway.
but administered the civil government,
the integrity of the Chinese empire was
threatened. If Russia could tints seize
and hold Mnnchurla. Corea was not
safe from similar acquisition, nor
North China Itself. Hence tho agree
ment of Russia to surrender the prov
ince and withdraw her troops Is taken
throughout the world as a sign of
peace, as an earnest that the Muscuvltc
ambition to overrun most of Eastern
Asia and master the Chinese empire
has nt Inst been abandoned, totnporarl
ly if not permanently.
Will HIVE TO PASS
Washington, April 19 President '
I're today nppolnted SYiintnrs Piatt.
DlllliiKham and Clay conferees on the
ran of the Senate to confer with Rep-1
rfseninmes inn. rerhina nmi Clark
or the Chinese exclusion hill. Fryp.
In naming the conferees, suld he felt
eotmtrnliKMl in appoint n majority
from among tho men who stood for
.1 . I Ml .1 . a .. . .
on Immigration who would naturally
The appointment of Piatt and Dll-
liugham means that Uio Senate will
not recede an inch In Its bill nnd that
tho House conferees will have to glvo
wa If a Chinese exclusion bill Is pass,
cd during this session. Thcro is
smnll doubt none, In fact that tho
House will recede. Somo vocal fire
works will bo let off by Clin nip Clark,
who has taken upon himself tho bogus
rele of solo friend of tho laboring man
on behalf of tho Democratic party.
Clark may try to encumber tho hill
with the sailors' clauso and other
amendments at tho behest of tho
Democratic California commission,
which has succeeded lu Inducing the
labor leaders here to bellovo that tho
srllors' clauso Is demanded by Cali
fornia. It may as well bo understood, how
ever, that If California does want thl
she will not get It. On this point the
annate Is firm. Most Senators do not
liellcvo that California Is sklng for
this, nnd somo declare that tho Inclu
sion of tho sailors' clauso In tho Chi
ucso bill would work direct benefit to
tho Hrltlsh commercial Interests nt
Vancouver nt tl.n ,.nn,, f Hnn
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Francisco nnd other American ports. Brav"e "' literature, contributing
Tho Treasury Department nnttclpa- Illustrations to Vanity Fulr and other
t'ng tho passage of the Chinese cxclu- periodicals and Issuing a number ot
slou bill ns framed uy tho Senate, is stories for children, 6in.li as "Tho Ting
preparing to drart tho regulations ro-'n-I.Ing Stories (1S09), ("Tales Out ol
quired to carry tho lawB Into effect In ! School" (1875). etc. lie was employed
the Philippines and other Insular tor-1 successively on tho Philadelphia Post.
"" - "- '" ' !"'"" 'u rug-
illations in this country. In view of
tho probablo decision of tho Stinremo
Court declaring tho net of September
U, 18S8, lnvnlld, a now regulation ro
gordlng tho transit of Chlneso will
probably bo drawn up ready for Issu
ance after tho passago of tho now bill,
Tho now bill gives tho Seerctnrv of
tl.o Tieasury much moro authority In
mo wujr 01 prescnuing regulations
than ho hnB had herctotoro, and the
result will bo tho better enforcement
01 tho exclusion laws,
Kansas City, Mo., April 21. The not
winds that swept over the better part of
Kansas yesterday prevailed ugaln today
and this morning no news of rain had
been received at the local weather bu
reau. Increased damage to vegetation
of all kinds will doubtless result. Tho
teniperattuc In Central Kansas and In
the iioitheastern corner of tho Statu
tanged from 90 to 9G degrees uboio In
the shade yesterday and tho prospects
today are for a repetition of this
weather. Tho ground generally is re
ported badly In need of rain. The mid
summer weather experienced In Kansas
City vestcrduy, when tho thermometer
roso thirty-two degreep In seven hours,
from 59 to 91. prevails today with per
haps a sllglitlystooler wind.
Tho weather bureau at 10:30 this
morning reported that tho only pioinlso
of relief for tho next twenty-four hours
In the southwest were Indications ot
slight showers. The highest tempera
ture recorded ycstciday was 190 at Con
An umended election bill passed by
tho Kentucky Legislature has disap
peared mystorlously before it could re
echo the Governor's signature. It Is
supposed that tho new measure, left
something to chance, and that the Gun
belltes havo accordingly supiessed it.
St. Louis (Jlobo-Deniocrat.
Tho Evening Ilullctln, 75 cents por
One Town Wiped Out and Many
People Killed Camping in
the Open Air for
Guatemala City, Guatemala, Arrll 20,
Three earthquakes Friday night re
duced to ruins Quesattcnango, the sec
ond city of Importance In Guatemala'
and having 25,000 Inhabitants, and
completely destroyed the town of Ama
tltlan. Iloth of these towns were capi
tals of departments of the same natm1
that each bears.
It Is reported that BOO persons were
killed In Qucsaltenango, but the rumor
lacks confirmation. No direct telegra
phic communication has been obtalnet
nnd the exact loss of life jannoi now
Tho disaster is greater than Are re
ports led the public to believe. News
of the destruction, which extends 100
miles along the western part of the re
public, is coming In slowly, becausrt
nil of the telegraph wires are down. It
Is known that Amatitlan exists no morn
as a town, the seismic disturbance
having been so great.
The inhabitants that is, those of 10,
000 residents who escaped death In the
catacl)sm aro camping In the open
air for safety, not daring to return to
tnc ruined confines of the town. Some
of the Inhabitants are building tem
porary mud huts.
Mure news has been obtained about
tho condition of alfalrs at Amatitlan
than nt Quesattcnango, as the formet
town Is only fifteen miles south of this
city, while tho latter Is more than 10U
miles to the northwest.
Couriers say earthquake shocks are
Btlll being felt nt short internals in the
tirlghboihood of Qucsalcnnngo.
There have been serious belsmlc dis
turbances nlong the Cordillera, affect
ing towns and villages between Ama
tltlun nnd Qucsaltenango. No reliable
information rcgaidlng the loss of life
or the extent of property destruction
lu these Intermediate places has reach
Washington, April 20 Frank It
Stockton, the well known novelist, dim
iiilitpnlv lipro this mnrnlni- of nrnl.-.
n,n HHUIIIUh 11UI1I lli;i,.UI I ll.lhi; II,
(',lt't ,on Wednesday night of tho Na-
uuiiui acuiiciuy ui sciences, u"n ns
wa laKt' suuueniy in. ino ailment
'did not nt that time appear to ho io-
rious, and for a while the surfe.et
seemed to be Improving, but a change
for tho woisc came tills morning and
death occurred at 11 o'clock. Uy his
bedside when the end cnuio were hl
wife, who was a Jllks Tulilij of Vil
gllila, and her sister. He was GS yeuis
of age. The body will lie takci. ta
Philadelphia for interment. No fur
ther funcrul arrangements have becu
niailo as yet.
Mr. Stockton has spent the past win
ter lu New York, and had dono very
llttlo literary work, preferring to icst.
After a visit of nearly a month at At-
lantlc City, he came to Washington, m
I that he might attend the banquet ot
tho scientists. Intending then to go lu
his beautiful home lu Charleston, W,
Francis Richard Stockton was. 'lora
111 Philadelphia on April 5, 1S34. Attn
graduating from the Philadelphia lllrfli
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BL'"00' "-' OPP'ICU Illlllbeil 10 WOOU III-
i ,e New York llrnrlhnnd Hninc Ki-rlti.
ncr's Monthly (afterward the Century
Magazine) and St. Nicholas.
Tho (list ot his hooks to attract ger
etal notice to him as a humorist of i
new and original vein wus "Rudd"i
Grange," published lu 1879. Tills wns
followed "Tho Lady or tho Tiger?"
"Tho Late Mrs. Null
Away of Mrs. Leeks and Mrs. Ale-
shire, rite Dusantes," "The Merry
Chanter" and many others. "Kate Hon.
net," his latest book, Is having a largo
bale at the piesent time.
Manila, April 21. A court martial
has been ordered for the trial of Gen
era) Jacob II. Smith, who was lu com
mand of tho United States troops on
the Island of Saniar. Generals Lloyd
heaton, Samuel Sumner. Jnnics M
Hell and Wllll.un 11. Illsbee and Cob
onels Chambers, McKlbben, William A,
Rafferty, William K, Dougherty, 'Alfred
C. Markley anil Jesse M. Leo composo
tho court. The Judgo Advocate Is Ma
jor Hnrwiy C. Curbjiugh. Colonel Chas.
A. Woodruff will appear for the de
fense. The charge brought against
General Smith Is conduct prejudicial
to good order and discipline. Tho trial
will begin Thursday.
Washington. April 19. Tifu Houso
Committee on Judiciary today dlieetcd
a favorable icport on tho bill of Chair
man Ray amendlug the bankruptcy
law In a number of particulars. Clay
Ion and Do Armond voted against the
bill, preferring to repeal the bank
ruptcy ad. One of the most important
amendments allows corporations to bo
tumo voluntary bankrupts, with the
proviso that this shall not release tho
eorpoiatlon olllrers and stockholders
from individual liabilities under state
or Federal Inws. , Numerous changes
are nuiilo In bankruptcy proccduie ami
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Washington. April 19. The execu-
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tion of Labor adjourned sine die this!
afteinoon, after adopting an address
to the wage woikcrs oi America, sign-
id by all tho members of tho conn -
ell, which says:
"There aro few contests In which
the tollers aic engaged lor Improve-,
ment qr for the prevention of tlelerlor-j
ntlon In theli condition unless injunc-!
tlons nro Issued by the courts of tho
most far leaching character. Invading'
thn leunl nnd moral rlnllU of tho
workers to perform perfectly legal and has gone to I Million, Orange River
legitimate acts to cat ry on their efforti colony; General Botha, the Transval
Inj'Sona 7 "rant, unjust..!"'- In chief, has gone to Vry
liable and outrageous character are held, Tiunsvaal, and General Delarey,
continuously Issued, and honest, law- together with Mr, Steyn, cx-Prcsldent
abiding nnd faithful citizen workmen . 0 ... sta, . ,
are thiust Into prison for periods of or Ulc 0racKe 't0 &" '" te t
from ono to nlno months. ' Klerksdorp, Transvaal. They have ar-
"Thus far wo hao been unablo to tanged to meet tho burghers al dllfer
pr reunite the Congress or tho United ent points nnd submit the Hrltlsh
States to enact laws that shall protect terms. It Is believed the Trunvnaleis
tne rights nnd liberty of peoplo en- wlu everywhere accept tho tcims, as
gaged In Industrial disputes, and many arc ,n anxious for a winter
of the courts have In erpreted this , The only dllllculty likely to
1;. I hi re on the pnrt or Congress as n ,,, ... '..
warrant and aulhoilty to extend thr r will be. It Is thought, with tho
use, or. moro properly speaking, tho Orange Fieo Staters, many of whom
abuse of the writ ot Injunction, so expected to prove recalcitrant. In
that tho scope of each writ still furth- tho meantime there will be no cessa
ei 'invades our constitutionally guar- tlou of hostilities .
u..teed rights. I Tho delegates aio expected back to
This Impending nnd growing dan- Pretoria the middle of May, and In an
1,01, therefore. Impels us to nppeal to tlclpatlon of their return they have
the workers and to nil people of our ,veu or,,erg ,lcro for ,ew olhes ,.
country, so that tho true feeling of all visons c.e
may bo expressed and registered, bo ,,,..' ,..' ,.n , i r .. .
that tho public opinion of IHb peoplo "a'"'"!. Apr 1 19 -General Lucas
or our common country may moro def- M,,'er. commander In chief of the
Inltely Impress Itself upon tho minds Orange Free State forces. State Sccie
nr our National Congress and Stato tary Reltz of tho Transvaal und the
Legislatures. other membeis of their party arrived
"With this object In view wo rcc- hero last night, and this morning pro
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untlonal, State, central or local unions companled by a British escoit, nnd it
trai ni cieir puuiic ceieurui ins on
May 1M. Fourth of. July and Septem-
her 1st (Labor Day). 1902, they cop-
centrato their attention to n decision
,.t tt... nimiitinn nf inlimrllnnK in lnimr
dipputcs and tho pttssngo of resolu-
tlons demanding nt tho hands or Con -
cress and tho Legislatures of tlielr ro-
erecting States tho enactment of
laws conforming to Hint purpose.
"It Is urged, too, that at tho con -
ventlons of tho national unions, tho
Stnto federntlons as wel as at stated
icns, this subject matter bo fully .lis-
cussed, emphatic action laken them-
on nnd tho result of that action
momptly communicated to tho Unit-
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and to tho member of tho Legisla
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"Tho American woikmoii are law
abiding, fiilthful and loyal citizens;
they havo no desiro for Immunity
frcm tho law governing ilhor citizens,
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Pretoria, April 20. General Do Wet
g thelr intention to consult with the
, t, 1(
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' London.n April .1. Tne I retorla
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""' lhere ' B00'' rca" 1 belleco a
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Collection!, Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A83ET8, JUNE SJ, 1901, 80,04J.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Bavlng Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vlco President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray.
J. D. Jlolt A. W. Keeca. J. A. Ly'e,
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Ilnnlr htiva anil ,A..lvrt. n nl-
lectlon Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
uuu lAueers oi uroau, ana transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Pcr annum.
For 12 months 4
For C months S,
For 3 months s
Branch of tho Yokohama Soecle Rank.
New Republic Bid., lh King Street
AT HAMOA, MAUI.
Mill ATnnhfnnrv rnmnlafn m in na4
consisting of ono 30"xG0" 6-roller mill,
ii. i. wus. raaue, t'utnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Doublo Effects, Clarlflers,
weuiniugais, vac. rumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land, Interest In Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carti,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts. .
For narttculam. nnnlv in Mn T t
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
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Dated Honolulu, March 4th, 1902.
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