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Jl LY 9 1902.
And Inile Joe
Cannon turned us
The olive branch of pence has hnrdl)
had a chance to sprout In the Home
King Edwards return to health Is
good news for the people nf every coun
try. The coronation will tnkc place de
spite the fortune tellers and astrologers
Knnul's greenback pioposal recalli
the greenback das of the States, when
some of the statesmen got an Idea Into
their heads that the wa to make raon
c was to put the government stamp on
a piece of paper.
Hawaii gets Its Senatorial Investigate
log committee after nil Coming In tho
midst of our local campaign these Sen
Mors ought to be able to get u veiy
thorough knowledge of practical poll
tics In this new possession
Some 50,000 troops are soon to be
wlthdinwn fiom the Philippines. 11
is onl a matter of time when a general
massacre will lonvime our statesmen
that the withdrawn! of troops from a
tountr pacified on paper Is mighty
Commissioner Pratt failed In carry
ing the fire claims bill thiough, but
he got It so far along its Journey tli.it
it ought to be an easy matter to get
the bill through nt tho nct session
Pratt's mission was one of the best
pa ing Investments the business men
of Honolulu have ever takn. up.
Tho part which the seml-rellgloui
weekly, The Outlook took In booming
the Cuban reclprotlty bchenie Is eei-
taln to attract lutal Interest on account
of the Outlooks position on our own
local affairs The icllglous editor finds
that the nlmlght dollar plas an Im
portant pail In shaping Ills opinions
If ID HIE POPE
Home. Jul 2 The Civil Governor
nf the Philippine islands, Judge Wil
liam H Tuft, has cabled to Washing
ton the terms of the note to the Vati
can on the subject of the disposition ot
the frlai h' lands in the islands, which
was compiled etcrday at the confer
ence held between Governor Taft, Ma
jor Porter of the otlleo of the Judge
Advocate General of tho Army, Judge
James F Smith of the Supremo Court
of tho Philippines nnd Illshop O Gor
man of Sioux Falls If the terms are
nppioved the note will be delivered to
night. Futher Santiago Pa a, provincial of
the Dominican order In the Philippine
Islands, who has been In Home for sev
eral months past, living nt the institute
which formerly prepared tno Spanish
missionary students for their labors In
the Philippine archipelago, has been
ordered by tho Vatican to draw up a
plan for the transformation of tho In
stitute into a training school for the
native Filipino clergy who uio destined
partially to replaco the friars when
tho agreement between the Vatican and
Judge Taft concerning their withdraw
nl shall hnve been concluded.
Washington, July 2. The news from
nomc received nt the War Department
I the shnpo of dally cablegrams from
Governor Taft is generally encourag
ing. It Is said that, white no details
can be given out for publication, it Is
evident that they nre proceeding with
tho greatest nctlvlt, principally in tho
shape of verbal exchanges though, for
the sake of tho record, these aro gene
rously supplemented by written notes
showing In condensed form tho sub
stance of what has been said It Is
stated that the notes fall to show that
any obstacle has been encounteicd
Phoenix, Ariz , June 30 Colonel
Alexander O. llrodlo will assume his
duties as Governor of Arizona tomor
row morning Ho has chosen George
II. Smalley of Tucson ns Ills private
secretary. It Is believed N. G La ton
of Flagstaff will be appointed Super
Intcudcnt of Public Instruction No
other official changes nre llkel for n
few days, ns Governor llrodlo will leavo
for Illsbto tomorrow night to attend
tho Fourth of July celebration.
PiYHT IS BffiD
CHINA BALKS OVER
Demands Rate of Exchange Prevail
ing April 1, 1901 Drop in Price
of Silver Causes Many
Peking. July 1 The Taotal ot
Shanghai has notified the Hankers
Commission that China refuses to pa
the July installment of the lndcmuit
extent nt the rate of exchange prevail
Ing April 1, 1901 The foreign Mlnli
ters consider that the Tnotnl s detlarn
lion Is the result of the announcement
of the United States Minister, Mr Con
ger to the Chinese that the United
States sustnlns China's intention nnd
is f-llling to accept pnvment on the bn
tls mentioned, But the Ministers are
tonfldent that china will accept the de
cision of tho ninjoritv of the Ministers
whtn she Is convinced that the United
States Is her only supporter.
Some of the Ministers Insist that the
policy of the United States Is unreas
finable and In direct opposition to tho
terms of the protocal. They nsscrt
that Trlncc Chlng, head of the Foreign
Office, nnd other officials, before learn
Ing that China had the support of th
United States In tTil matter admitted
that their argument-.were, rather n
ptea for mercy thnn a demand for Jus
tice Great Hrltaln proposes to permit sll
vcr payment of the indemnity until
1910 on at count ot China s great loss
owing to tho depreciation of the price
of sliver. The Ministers of the other
powers regard tho proposal ns being n
further complication, nnd ns equlva
lent to an admission of China tontcu
Washington. July 1. The State I)e
partment has not ct been notified of
the Chinese refusal to pay the July
Indemnity, which Is the first payment
of mono to become due from China to
the powtirs since tho signing of the Pe
king agreement The department re
grets being placed In n position of tak
Ing issue with the powers on this ques
tion vv tilth is so important grave
doubt is entertained as to the probable)
effect of an Insistence upon the Euro
pean contention ns affecting China s iu
tegrity It Is nevertheless the tase
that n careful reading of the jproeeed
Ings of the meeting of the Ministers at
Peking which led to the agreement, ti
ken In connection with the text of that
document has convinced the depnit
ment that It was the unquestionable
purpose of the Ministers and that pur
pose was clearly set out In their pro
ceedlngs, to pcinilt China to pny the
Indemnity nt thu rate of cxthange ns
It existed on tho date of the slguatuic
and It is equally clear that what ap
pears to bo n contradictory clause lu
the agreement was nothing more noi
less than nn Inadvertence
However, the United States has not
gone to the length of refusing to no
ccpt Its pa ment on the same basis n
the other powers, namely at the cur
rent rate of exchange All It has done
In that regard wus to notify China that
It regarded her contention ns n reason
able nnd a pioper one
A II AFTER 1
A childlike and bland stranger on
theso shores came near to getting into
plllkla jcBtcrdny afternoon nt the
hands of n Palama mob Mounted Pi
trolmnn Ed Dcivuuchelto sau that he
came past a house In Pallinia near King
street unci found n great mob gathered
mound It consisted of repioseutn
lives of the different nationalities nnd
rnces of Palama s poIglot population
Eiery man, woman and child was aim
ed In some fashion nnd it was uvldint
that whoever It was who had incurred
the mob's displeasure would have u hot
On Inquiring, Duvauchelle lound out!
that the crowd was waiting for n thlet
who was supposed to oo undei the
houso they weio guarding Dmnu
ehcllc crawled in under the house and
found n very much frightened white
man crouching In a corner Ho was
covered with cobwebs and dirt and was
very pale. Ho explained to Dm an
ehcllo that he had gono under tha
house to relieve himself, when some
one, who had taken hlfn for a thief, had
called the crowd togethei. He was
very much afraid ot the wild people
uvauchclle soon convinced himself
that tho man was speaking tho truth
nnd led him out and through the
crowd In Bafety. The stranger quick
ly skipped, glad -to cscapo from the
avenging citizens of Palama.
Washington, July I United States
District Attorney Gould announced to
day In the Probate Court that William
S, Yntcman, formerly disbursing clerk
of tho War Department, was at the
time of his death. April 20, 1931, a do
faulter. So tar as known the alleged
defalcation amount to about $18,000
The Government will take steps to ro
cover tho full amount. The defnlca
tlon, Gould announced, was only ro
centl dlbcovered and was effected
through the manipulation ot vouchers
Kid. Juno 30 Empeior William
steered hli American built schoomi
)ncht across the finish line at 1 30 this
morning two houis behind the Iliinn
the Empresi' )ncht, which in the
lightest of airs between Hat calms
passed from the tall to the head of tho
fleet The Lust Da) cuinu In second
""lien' Pnikei skipper of the Meteoi,
soys "Tlioy ought to pull the masts
out of the Meteor ad put In a motor
The r.mpcroi, Admlial von Elsendcch
er sa)s thinks very well of tue Meteor
The Bulletin, 75 cents ptr month.
WnMilngton, Juno 2S President
lloosevelt has deflultel decided to cnll
a special session ot the Scnnte for No
icnibcr 11 to consider a Cuban recl
protlty tie.it which was iccently no
gotiate-d bv Aslstant Setrctnry of
sUtc Hill, representing this Govern
ment, nnd Senor tlues.ida, representing
Cuba 'I he ltepublltnn leaders of the
Senate who have been consulted by tin
President have all nssented to the
pioposltlon of returning to Washington
one month earlier than the opening of
the legular session 11 this means the
President hopes to ertatc the lmpies
slon that Cuban reciprocity hns not
Though the Wnr Department pro
fesses entire, ignorance on the subject
of Cuban expenditures under General
Wood, on the ground that the accounts
are not )et made up, fncts arc coming
to light showing how- attempts were
made to intlucncc public opinion In this
country in favor of "rcelproclt " It Is
now dcflnitcl) known, for Instance, that
several correspondents of leading Am
erican newspapers, including the New
York Herald nnd Sun nnd the Philadel
phia Press, wero cmplocd by General
Wood Vouchers showing that theso
correspondents were paid monthly for
a term of at least six months have been
produced, apparently from the same
m)itcrlous source that produced tho
famous Thurbcr voucher, which Gen
eral Wood was forced to acknowledge
as genuine, and which Secretory Hoot,
to save Wood, acknowledged he had
approved. Another Interesting little
voucher has turned up showing that
General Wood took the funds of Cuba
wherewith to pay Tor 443 copies ot tho
Outlook containing an nrticlo on the
sugar tni Iff, written by him. which
copies were sent to membtis of Con
gress The voucher Is ns follows. "Voucher
No 52, abstract "It," rebruary, 100J.
Account II. F. Davis. Tieasui dls
burslug clerk. Department of Cubi
account February 1. 1902. The Out
look Company. 287 I'ouitli avenue.
New Yolk. 141 copies, The Outlook of
J c nu iuy is, 1902, specially marked and
addressed to members of ("ongicss nl
lu cents, discount 10 per cent $14 30
$17.72, total, JjJ-oR
"Paid by order of the Military Gov
cmor. It. L Scott, ndj itant Certified
and received b The Outlook Company,
William I) Ilowlund tieasurer Paid
by check No 297 871, on tho llnncci
Nai lonal cle Cuba February 23. 1902."
Gcncial Wood In the Outlook nitltle
look the position that he was not tepre
scntlng the United Suites thousri Its
EnlArlf.il representative In Cuba Iln
sis "Cuba has recentlv sent a spe
cial commission representing practi
cally all her people the commercial
iKilciiltm.il. banking and gem nil busi
ness Intel csts to Washington for tho
purpose nf lequestlng perhaps it
would be better to wiy beRging for n
reduction of the United Slates import
duties on her products, piinclpally
sugar and tobacco This committee,
on Its part bus empoweredthe niilltai
government to lepreient them.'
THOUSANDS OF TROOPS
10 BE WITHDRAWN
Washington July 2 Chalimau Coci
pel of the House Committee nn Insular
Affairs savs btepa will lie taken at onco
to put the Philippine Gov eminent act
Thu til st step," bnlu Cooper todav
"will be the complete transfer ot an
thcirlty fiom the itiiTitnr to tho civil
officials except in the Moio countr,
when- theie Is somo lingering disorder
The transfer will be nteompllshcil b
u proclamation from the President
which, it is understood, will bo Issued
on the rouith of Jul).
"llesldes tinning over the nuthurlt
to tho civil officials the change will
permit n considerable itduttlon of the
mllltar) force In the islnnds, although
orders nlrendy given contemplate n
reduction to 18 000 men In 190O wo
had "O.uuo men In the Philippines, so
that wo soon will have reduced the
force bs 52.000 officers nnd men, and
the tiunsfer of nuthoilty and the net
doubtless will lead to a further remit
tlon before long
"The next step will bo to tako tho
census us provided by the act. Gov
ernor Taft told me this work would be
gin as soon as he reached Manila Ills
plan Is to have the work done as fur as
possible b Filipinos, and tile Co mm Is
slon will get up their own census sys
tern Insctad of having It done by the
Census Office at Washington although
they nro empowered to get census ex
perts from here by making application
to the President. Tho purpose, howev
er Is to make the work thoroughly a
local one, so that it will servo the Fili
pinos as an object lesson. The census
will tako about n )car.
"Ab to the general effect of the act
wo have Just enacted," ndded Cooper,
"I share tho view of Governor Taft,
that If this bill becomo a law we would
hear no moro of tho Philippines thnn.
wo do of Porto Hlco, and that tho
Philippine pioblom would gruduall
HANK'S COIN 8TOLI1N,
Los Angeles, July 1 A bold sneak
thief Is richer by ?J9Su thiough the
carelessness of Edward II Penning
collector for the 'annus' and Mer
chants' Hank that amount having been
stolen from the liankthls afternoon un
cle r the o)os of lift) or moie customers
nnd n hcoiom mote etnplves of tlu con
cein Theio Is ulisolutel) no clue to
the Identlt) of the thief and It Is not
pinbable that he will evci bo captuied
Vasslllkl CalllatiilJI, living In a little
vlllago near Corinth, Greeco Is 2-' vearj
old and 0 feet 7Mi Inches In height Ilei
c)es are lovely and exceptionally laige.
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty three ears In the manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND DROODER8
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators nnd Ilroodcrs aro made of the best lum
ber In tho world, tiut every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, end tl c rcforo these "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Uroodirn occupy the same relatlvo position
to all other Incubators and Ilmodcrg that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to read In our late catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue freo by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
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Congress Adjourns With
Songs and a Jollification
Washington. Jul) 1. Amid a scene
of enthusiasm that has not been pa
lalltlcd since the exciting mid Stirling
d'ljs of the Spanish wui. .Spe.ikei Hen-'
del son at .' JO o'clock this afternoon,
decluied the House of Ilcpiesentuttves
adjourned without da). In doing so he
said that no House of Hepiiseutatlvej
since the adoption of tho Constitution
had done as much work as this one j
The uiidlmie to which he mule his
brief jddiess was u lit 1 1 1 In lit one. Tho
gallflies ucte hanked to the dotns und
almost two-thlids of the nienilieiH weio
In their scats on the llooi The Speak
tls uppieclatlve wolds to the ni"mb"ri
on thanking them for theli co-oprn-
tlon dm lug the session had touched n
icsponslve i hotel, unci the) gave lii'ii a
reniuikuble ilcmonsttutlon of their
friendship and good will .
While the cheering and applause
wetc still lu piogress the members on
the Much begun singing "My Coiuitiy,
'lis of Thee It was taken up by tho
toiiespondents lu the press gnlleiy
civet the Speakct's chair and b) the
tpectutors In the surrounding gallcriex,
and soon the vast hall was tinging with
the swelling chorus Other patriotic
airs followed as the membeis' f.ue
wells. "The Star Spangled Banner" 'al
ternating with "Dixie." '
The Speaker came down fiom his
lOKtiuni, his appearance on the Moor
being gieeted with "For lies u Jolly
IS illll: AT
Poit an Prince, Hajtl, June 30 The
elections for Deputies have been In
terrupted. The various political par
lies In Havtl are In arms rcadj for
battle. Theie has been much tiring
hero and the situation is critical
Cape ilujtleu, June 30. The street
fighting heio jesterday between tho
paitls.uis of M. Fltmin, the former
Mmlstei of Havtl at Paris, and Ccncril
Alexis Notd, the .Minister of War nf
the Piovlslnnal Government both at
vvliom uie candidates foi the Picslden
ej of the lepubllc, ceased nt 7 o'clock
jesteichi) evening Admlial Kltllck
who hud supptiiteil M I'lrinln Ijj land
ing iii.u lues and filing on General
Noi lis followers ytsterdaj, ot dered
the murium to lettirii to their ship
vihlchthcj did The) were accompani
ed on board the partisans of M
I'll mill The Admiral who only used
his small tapld-nto guns jeatciilay
tin catena to bcimhaid Cape Havtlen In
enrnebt Little dnningo wns done by
tho bonibardnient of vesteidny M Fli
mln's leHldcncei and the houses of his
relatives have been completely pil
laged. Tho Hiiytlen vvutshlp Creto-u-Plirot,
on which the foreign Consuls, under
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
Good Fellow" nnd n pel feet lush of
members to ginup his hand Standing
lu tho atea In fiont of the eleiks desk,
he. too. Joined in the songs' and there
was a wild scene when (Sonet al Hooker
of Mississippi, an old one-umicd Con
fcdctale vctei.in. look his place by tho
lele of the Speaker, and together they
sang "Dixie ' '
Candler, j Mississippi Democint,
Jumped on a desk and let out a )cll of
Jubilation that fall I) shook the latteis
Fin almost un hour the Jubilation con
tinued All this time the spectators re
mained standing in the galletles watch
ing the animated scene below and Join
ing in the singing.
The adjournment came at the end of
a seven and n half hunts' session, dur
ing which much ininoi business was
ti.iiifeutted In all seventy bills and
1 eolations wete passed 'I lie gcncinl
good feeling in the Houeo had been
heightened b) the vlctoiy won civet the
Senate on the Item In the naval appro
pi l.itlon bill for the building of a bat
tleship In a Government ymd.
The dosing hour wus occupied with
a spliited debate between Cousins ot
Iowa, and Hlchaidson, tho Democratic
leader, over tho icport on the Invcstlga
tlon into the charges made by Captain
Christmas concerning the sale of thu
Danish West Indies. Cousins ridiculed
Itlchardson foi bringing the matter to
the attention of Cougicss. The latter
defended his eouise.
I the protection of their respective flags.
and M rirmln sought lefugo yester
day is still In the roadstead. She Is
seeking to obtain a supply of coal, so
ns to enable her to go to Port an Prince.
M. Firmln hns been elected to rcpiesent
Gonalves In the Chamber of Deputies.
The Inhabitants of the Department
of Artlbonlto and the majority of the
people belonging to the northern and
northwestern departments nie protest
ing against the disturbances here,
which nro attilbuted to the followers
of Senequo Jlontplnlser Pierre, as well
as to the adhcients of General Nord.
LnclponcH Attuck JYInrlncK.
Manila, lime 29 A detachment ot
United Stutcs maiino nnd a fotee of the
native roiistahiilaiy have hud an en
gagement with a latgo body ot la
dicines in Monong Provlneo, Luzon One
marine and soven ladroucs were killed
ConfircHH TlmnlcH Kemp!?.
Washington, Juno 28 Tho House
Committee on Foreign Affairs today re
ported a icsolutlon giving the thanks ol
Congtess to Admlial Kempff for Mi
conduct dining the slcgo of Taku, Chi
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Chicago Merchant!' National Bank.
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ot New Zealand.
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Travelers' Credit, L.ued. Bill. ot "
change bought and sold.
Collection! Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loss
ASSETS, JUNE Su, 1901, Wo,04J.37.
MoMey loaned on approved eecurltv.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
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The Yokohama Specie Bank
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Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
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All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
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