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Sunday and Weekly Bulletin
Washington, Juno 22, That Con
grcss, after all, has the greatest confl
denco that President Roosevelt Is n
umu of action and can ho trusted to
carry out promptly a great cnterprlso
In shown by the disposition nt tho
House, to accept tho Smalo canal bill
with little, if any material change.
It wna said today that the Homo
might insist on Inserting one ot tin'
amendments offered l) Senntor Mnl
lor m I'lorlila, putting a time limit on
tho President in the matter of his In
U'stlg.uiun of the alleged difficulties,
legal and diplomatic, watch Burramid
the I'ninma ofier, and nro Involved i.i
accepting tlie Pan-iinn l onto.
Thu House ionferee however, will
not prolong the struggb In couforenrn
in order to get this nmeuilment accept
ed, believing that the Piesldent will
take up the matter promptly and
rem h tin early dc islon.
Senator Mallory offoied three
amendments mailing a tlmo limit of
8l. twelve and eighteen mouths. All
of these were delealed by about the
tame majoiity by which ilio Spooner
substitute was nfteiwanl adopted Ijir
JUDGE WIEC0X ROASTS
A NATIVE'S ASSAILANTS
Four Months For B. Hartmann, M.
G. Campion and Ben Gallagher
Appeal to Circuit
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Fer year postpaid foreign 3.25 "c Senate.
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Peialuina tab tors
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It l. 1, 1IIO.'
It is getting hot In Washington. ThU
nln.i.vs ecrtt) n pun ei ful Intlmme In
framing the lonvlalou that uatlnnnl
business requlies no nutlier nlteiitlon
yield to the Scnato bill nn cffoit will
bo made to insert the Mnllorv amen I
tueut limiting thu time to one veni.
TIiIb reads as follows:
"That should tho President bo un
able, within sl mouths after tho ap
pioval or this ait, to obtain for thu
t tilted States, on reasonable terms,
fullsl'ietoiy tile to the propculy of
the New I'nnamn CnmYI Company and
eiuh control of and Jurisdiction ocr
the necessary tcrrltoiv ol the Republic
of Colombia mentioned In sections 1
allele of this net. Including the right to
perpetually maintain mid upeinte the
If Senators Morgan. Ilnnna and Kltt
reilge oppose this In iferenie. It If
allov'thcr piobable that R"piesenti
tle Ilepbitin and the Hniibc confcieci
will wlthdrn'v It.
Not onh Is President Roosevelt In
trusted with tremendous power and n-
Isponsihlllty In the matter of tho seta
jtloii of the loute, hut also In the np
Cuba and the Sugar Trust aie lnt tnl'olntmcnt of tho commlsploa to carry
languish for another season ,.,,. jl hu great enterprise. Seven men-
hers me provided for. and their snln-
num. iiuuieivu nun ui-miiie ,,,. ..v.. noa .uj exroll8ca wll, a!?srcentp no!
How to carry 'nn election without
party enthusiasm comes under tin
same head as boiling an igg without
tiro. It can be done but It is a mighty
When It comes to milking n state
ment of what ho intends to do. Delegate
Wilcox ' rcmarlcs Indlcnte that he hai
mastered the art of talking ciy fieely
und ss)lng icry little.
The case of 11. Hartnian N (1, Cam
pion niid Hen (lallagher, charged with
assault and battery on II. Kawaha of
Kauai, was lliiished In the Polite Court
Xcsterday nftcrnoon the closing scenes
of the trial being of a nature boulerlng
ii I moit on the sensationnl. irach of tin)
defendants was tcntinrcd to four
months' Impi Isoniiienl nt haul labor by
.IiuIro Wllrox who aicompanled this
in Hon by the following scathing rep
llmand which the young men llitened
to with bowed heads altbougli during
ni03t of the trial the sit behind their i
nttorney. Charles Cielghlon. smllltii,
and lioddlng their heads at the stoiy
told by the complaining witness:
"I don't need nuuli aigiiment fioill
either of vou gentlemen, for I have the
evidence nddtired before me I don t
think thcie are any extenuating ilr
cumstnncis In favor of Cnllagher, a
pointed out bv (he prosecution for l
think he was ns gulltv ns the others.
It a man stands up and lets a Mac k
guard Injuio an old natle with nilau
nbie .lon-llved, dlity tricks, without
making an attempt to stop him. he Ii
ns guilty as the othets. and In thH
case the evidence shows that nnllaghei
laughed and clapped his handR and
egged the othcii on This tase lakes
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that discretion is the bettor, pint of
nlor, especially when tho ltepubllcaii
polity of proteitioii is at stake.
As all political activity seems to
have been waiting "till Wilcox gets
back," that his plan of campaign may
bc mado ninnlfcst. there ought to be a
general awakening all along the lino
now the Delegate has returned to look
after bin fences.
As nn Incident In the pacification ot
tho Philippines the court martial of an
army oHlcer for destroying a Filipino
cockpit will stand as a bright and shln
lng example 'or what follies a dual
military nnd civil government can lend
u nation to commit.
Tho names of Elklus. Daniels and
Knox nic uiuplcd with the prophetic
phadowB of tho White House this jear.
Theic gentlemen will doubtless be
chasing the fortune tellers to discover
whether this Is a favorable omen
Hitherto It has been lntcrpittcd iib the
less than fl3i,iiiu annually. To con
duit such n great woik without the
suspicion of n siandal. In the stress cf
party politics, will be a gigantic iindet.
Inking and it Is a high compliment
which Congress pays lo the character
of President Roosevelt In plnclng In
bis hnnds. without limitation or reset
vatton, the selection of the most I in
portnnt commission created by Con
gress since Its foundation.
CUBANS ARE LEFT
(Continued from pago 1.)
Tho notion of the Home Rulers In
putting tho Dole Issuo to the front ihl,
ear makes It plain that ..ie Itepubl!
cans should go Into tho fight with nn
tincqulvucul endorsement of tho (lov
ernor and his administration, ltepuil
lltans will gain strength in tho end by
readiness to meet squarely any Issue
tho opposition may pietent.
futllo to expect ratification of the
tieaty, lequlilng u two thirds vote,
when the Republicans could not mils
ter even a majority vote on the piop'i
iltlon. Even then the Piislilent was
not satisfied, nnd Is said to have ex
pressed willingness to let the Demo
nuts come to his assistance. This
plan failed, as it became nppaient that
thu DemucintB would not slippoit a
simple reclproclt tieaty with Cuba un
less it vi as amended to meet their
Anothei seilous stumbling block to
forcing the lssuo at this time lies m
th fact that tneie are a number ol
omnierclal treaties with different
I cnjntilcs which have been rending n
I th., 5. .,. Irif nmrlliQ Mnliv Hotlllll
Mean Senators do not want these tiea
ties nmsldeied. The Democrats um
well awaio of the existing sltuati in
und ould welcome thu opportunity 'o
The t,plendld showing of the Cornell
varsity cievv at tho Foughktepsle races
haB led Coaeher Courtney to endeavoi
to secure a place for his crow In tho
Henley races. Many Ilrltlsh sports
men object to this International feature
of the Henley contests, but their In
fluence Is not likely to be powerful
enough to prevent tho Cornell boys
having nn opportunity to struggle for
Thu decision of jening Havvallans to
make themselves more forcibly felt In
tho political work of the Territory
shows that these joung men realize
the responsibilities ot American citi
zenship and aro determined to lefuto
the nspcrBloiiB too freely made against
the Iluwallan-Ainerlcans as a whole.
The only source of regret Is that these
able cltirens cannot sio their way
clear nt the present tlmo to nfnllntlou
.with the Ilepubliuin rarty. such affi
liation It Is to be hoped will be tha
ultimate result, though It seems Impos
sible under present Tenitorlal conditions.
load tho Cuban tieaty with amend
ments AH these things have been
carefully consldeied, and the Senators
on whom tho President has to tely foi
support have ionic to the loncluslcn
that it would bo better to allow the
mluoilty of tho party to rulo for tn
present rather than contlnuo the fight
under existing conditions. Tho sub
ject Is btlll qulto generally discussed
by two fnetloni, tho Administration
Scnatois Issuing statements In which
they discuss moral obligations, good
faith, etc., vvhllo ScnatoiH Buniiws iih.l
Elklns counter by declaring that reit-
proclty under tho pioposcd treaty Is
not tho reilpiotuy ot Hlalne and Mi-Klnley.
Tho stalwart Senators and Repre
sentatives will now be able to letiirn
to their districts nnd tell their constlt
iienU of tho gieat victory, but It mny
not bo well for them lo prognosliate
what may happen alter election. It iJ
qulto likely that fliinl adjournment
will como not later than July 3d, nnd
after next week there will hardly bo a
quorum In the Senate, aa tho membors
nio already picparing to get away
the cake. I ian hardly believe my eve
when I see before me three white men
guilty of such nn offense. Their shlna
cover up dirty car.asscs. lucre wn
not ii single gcntkinnn In the iiuvvd
It is the most scuivy trick to set fir"
to this old mans clothes that I have
hfard of In years. They also lobbed
hint of his money. DIsnej. the bar
keeper In a Kihxm. and a man who Ii
supposed to piotect his riislnmeis. nays
he has only been here n few weeks, but
be does not seem lo have leninnl to
tell the tiutb nt any tlmo His lcsi
dence in Hawaii h,u not taught him
bow to Ii" truthful. I believe he was
an untruthful wltncs.
"I MMitence each of von to four
months' Imprisonment at bald labor.
I suppose von will appeal Ibis case to
the Circuit Couit. and I hope von do
for I want them to hour n tase lll.o
this. I will reunite ball in the sum of
Although Judge Wilcox has said
some pretty severe things to vaiious
defendants who have tome up befoio
him on different charges, he outdid
himself jesterdny nnd one of the high
olllcers of the police depaitmcnt who
was In the mom nt tho tlmo said after
the tilol "I have been on this force
for ten cais and hnvo hcaid .ludg"
WIliox give some very neveie lecture
but that one to the tlinc white men
who assaulted Kawaha was the wuist
1 have ever heard."
iThe three defendants have appealed
their tnses to the Circuit Couit, olid
ore now out on ball In the sum of $200
Ra ra P-a P-a Pjs Pa ru P-a fx P-a P-a Pa P-3
lug purposiB up lo tnu.oon. Fuither
liaii tills, all sutli cattle will be admit
ted liee of duty.
Theio Is also to bo an Intienstd tar
iff on iiinnv at titles Imported nuvv un
dei small duties to lalsc tho money
ao distributed An Internal loan, se
c inert by bonds, will be neicssni)
Piesldiut Palmn. in discussing the
matter, said "Wo aie nfiald the Sen
lto will not net upon tno rcclprocltj
question nt this session, and fulinj
leecls limnedlnto help Theie um
Ihouonnils of men Idle, and the condi
tlons nro bad. Wo must lake somi
steps to save tho sugar industry ami
stimulate tho cnttle Industry, whlili
wo hope to bring back to Its formtr
pioflperous condition. The loan will
be taken up In two 5 eats We have
ivorked day and night In tho list,
month to Improve prevailing conrtl
tlons. Sugar growers can secure no
money from tho banks for the coming
irop, so that tho Oovernment la com
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lng them enough to lalsc next season
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New Yoil.. Jun 21 Piesldent
Palmn nnd his Cabinet havo dec Ided on
1 plan vvhlih they hope will relieve
the economic situation In tho tountrv
ns a Havana ilUpattlt to tho Trlb
line. A message will bo sent to Con
Tress, probably next week, for tint
body to pass upon which sets forth
recommendations o? President Palms
and tho Secretaiy of Agiiculturo fin
the amelioration of the condition ol
iffiilix. Tills measure calls for tho ex
peinlllure of $3,.00.ou0, to bo dlstrlbu
ted among the sugar growers and to
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bo advanced to sugar planters at the
rate of 50 cents an arroba, or twenty
five pounds, to bo returned In two in
stallments In February and .March. To
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of ?5 for each tow imported for breel-
Tho coioner's Jury Bitting this noon
to Investigate tho catibe of death of
Keanonalanl. tho old woman found
dead esterday oil the WalkIM biuth.
camo to tho conclusion, upon heating
lie testimony ot sevcial witnesses and
the results of tho autopsy perfoimed
on tho body ot the deceased, that the
woman camo to her death from beau
disease and not b) diownllig, as wai
first supposed to bo the case,
Thu deceased was found In n testing
position with her h.inds under hot
head and out of reach of the wnter
Shu vvns probab'y. as Is tho fashion nt
tho natives, in Ino net of taking n sun
bath on the bench when death over
took her. Tho jury returned tho follow
"That tho mill Keanii (w.) en mo to
ier death nt .Vnlklkl, In tho district .f
Honolulu. Island ot On hit, on the 30th
day of June. A. 1) 1002. Horn fatty do
guicratlon 01 tno lent.
p. w wi:icn,
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M)a: Idlsappeaied vciy rapidly. For eoiiw
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out smoke without Hash, without u- especially when ft vvns desired to Bend
coll and without uny diminution ul sma amounts out of tho Island, In
lorco 01 effect." this way the ouneiics supply was ho.
The millinrv nuthorlllet. liero nttic Ii lug depleted und -.liu bankers cloter-
tupiomo Imiioitaneo to this illsrnveiy, ti,ned to ti sHver coin, In tho belief
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The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine. Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
All Lovers of; the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at Jho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
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Telephone the EVENING BULLE
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