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JULY 15, 190i
Agulnaldo Is to visit Boston What
Joy Is in store for the queer llostonesc '
I'rlncc Cupid finds himself In l.-e
place where he cannot tcslst the call
Uncle Joe Cannon's most convincing
argument seems to have been that tit
wall ought to take care of herself.
Assisted by Congressman I.lltlefleld.
Roosevelt Is getting In shape for a wur
upon the Trusts. The President's ex
perience with Llttlefleld In the Cuban
reciprocity fight has evidently estab
lished the conviction that ho Is a goj.1
man to lead such a llerce fight as the
contest with the Trflsts Is certain to
The Advertiser again adds to tho
gaety of the town by springing a new-
hot air proposition as an excuse for Its
own faults. The morning organ now
sns the telegraph mestage to its Illto
coi respondent was "held up." while the
liulluln message wus trunsmlttcu
promptly. It Is meiely another Instance
of the Advertiser tagging along on tho
fag end of the procession. The Bulletin
dispatch was Hied with the telegraph
company before the lino was opened
with the request that it bo foiwuided
to Hllo as boon as tho line was reau)
for business, 'lhc- Adveitlsci dispatch
was sent to the opeiutor on this Island
Frlduj night after c. o'clock when the
operators go off duty. 'I he Wnlalac
operator happened to be on duty at the
time and as a special favor cndcavoied
to put the messjge through. The onlj
trouble with the Advertiser was th.it
It was behind time as usual and after
Its time honored custom so well known
to this coniniunltv cudcavois to tluon
the responsibility for Its own short
comings ou boinc one else. The Adver
tiser Is not only lacking In entei prist
but is dishonest from cellar to gauct
It has known the facts in connection
with its own and the Uullctln dis
patches from the outset, and has spent
its time lying to the public In oidci to
furnish an excuse for failure to gel the
news. Tho chaige that the Uullctln or
anyone connected with It directly or In
directly had anything to do with th
Advertiser messages Is as false as the
Advertiser's claim to dcccuiy or virtue
Tho steamer Mauna" l.oa arrived in
port tills morning at 5 lu o'clock from
Kona, Kau mid Maul ports 1'urser
Siincrson icports as follows
"H. A. Co., 21)00 bags sugai lelf, will
bo cleaned out by steamer Nliiiau II,
ts cleaned out. II. S Co and P. S M
have no sugar on hand K. S. Co hrs
300 bags Tour thousand bags were
shipped on tho schooner Alolia, which
arrived at Kallim Sutiuday, July !i, '.'I
days out fiom San Kranclseo with gen
oral freight for It. Hackteld & Co., Knl
lua. Sho left Kallim on July 11 for Kit
nnapall to discharge the lest of her
cargo lor Lahalna store.
"Itough seas ami strong northcaht
wind on tho llamakua Toast Little
rain. Hough seas with northeast wlnt
along tho Kau coast throughout thu
trip. Little rain. Tho Mcaincr Nllhau
was at I'unaliiu loadlng'sugar. She ex
pects to leavo I'liimluii today. Tho
etcamcr Kauai was at Lahalna when
we arrived. She had 11 cms mid 2U00
railroad ties on hoaid for II. A. Co.
Strong northeast wind and lumpy seas
.across tho uhanncls coming home."
Kona coffee to he good must be puio.
C. J. Day sells It.
HOW UNCLE JOE CANNON
FIRE CLAIM APPROPRIATION
(Continued on rage 8)
has' no debt at all. and New Mxtio I
and Arluma and the municipalities
hae much debt. If we are going m'n
the giving business to our Territories,
let us hnvo a fair divide. Hut now I
put another proposition This gives
a million. The loss Is n million nnd a
half. Now, If It Is right to glo It .tl.of Hawaii proceeded to carry out thu
all it Is right to glxo it all. mjst drastic measures for the purpt.vj
Now. then, that covers the ground ,of slnniplng out tho plague. As rapt I
Legally, we are not bound, cciultntilT lj as n case was discovered tl.e piom
and tnoially we are not bound. V Ires wero fumigated. If possible. 1MI
g'gJaio not bound from any standpoint ul
pumic puiu-y u is me ursi nine sum
a proposition has over appeared In the
House, and so far as I know the Ilrst
time that It has over been piopoel to
write it Into tho law,
"If proper, let It have a natural bl'i'i lire,
anu lull discussion as other legislating "The regularly constituted authurl
mutters hac, and from the standpoint ties of the Territory, acting In nceorl
of propriety In legislation ajc. tnpie.jaiiie with a suggestion of the officer
from the standpoint of mwrlts, as vv of tho Marine Hospital Service there,
get It on tITe nop, skip and Jump, this proceeded, nfter due appraisement by
last day of the session of Congress 'rev oral of the leading builders and
let It go of), and If it has merit In equi
ty or law. It can be considered In the
ordlnar) way Now. Mr. Speaker, I lie
llete the House understands all on!
each side that can bo said affecting uie
facts and the merits of this proposl
tlon, and I nsk for n vote. '
Washington, 1) C, July 3. Hawaii propyl t). both buildings nnd merchun
ran thank Undo Joo Cannon, chaliuau dlso and personal effects,
of the House Committee on Approprlc-1 "It became necVssnry to ptato In
tlons. for the failure of CongresB to quarantine camps over M1! people
provide for the payment of tho buboM? I and tp ln.iintaia them I" i'ciit''8 Th
plaguo Hie claims. Under the very ''.It vv.u '.Jt ibo llavullan ''err.
skilful guidance of Mr. l'ratt. tho S-ji i went expeuded over $807,000 for tho
ate Committee on l'ncirie Islands, aftor.
a careful examination of thu whole sub
Jtct. proposed an amendment to thi-
general deficiency bill appropriating
one million dollars for application m-
on the lire claims and authorizing the
Territory to Issue bonds ror $3110,000 io
pay the remaining claims. The Hot
atu Committee on Appropriations in I
corporntcd the amendment In the gen
cral deficiency bill which wus pasflM
by the Senate. Uy a strange fatality
Senators l'orakcr. chairman of the I'a
clfic Islands Committee, nnd Senator
Teller of tile Appropriations Commit
tco and one of the conferees upon Hie
deficiency bill on tho part of tho Sen
ate. were both absent when the crltl
cal moment in tho history or tho bill (,u,r I-.w) l",ui'c aro Interested in
arrived. Senator Koraker was serious np pajment of these claims, nnd so
ly III nt his home, nnd Senator To'ler i'"1 matter now stands. The board hav
was called to Denver. Colorado, bv the irK adjudicated the claims according
serious Illness ot ills sonlnlnw. Hud t ' "' suggested by the Presided.
Mr. Teller been In the Senate Tucsdav , Hawaii finds herself unable to ptv
It Is believe dho would have Insisted "lcn
upon the Senate standing by Its , " tll' "me the resolution of nnnex
amendment despite tho netlon of .to"1-11 was Vaawi Hawaii was rocelv
House, and. In the closing hours ,f ' I"? "hoiit $1,300,000 annually from ci.s
Congress would doubtless hnvc been I1"1"8 duties, postofflco receipts. Inl-i
aide to compel ttto 'House to uccept the al "nenuc taxes, and a merchandise
amendment. 'or "'''nation tax. since declared na
Hones for Next Session.
While the proposition to have Con
grots piovlde lor payment of the f.'c-
claims was defeated at the session Just
cloord. It elands In good shape for Uv '"'"''" eso metnous lor tne ernill'i
oruble netlon nt tho next session. Mr ,,lo of tho l'InR,", Hawaii was receh
l'ratt has rendered Invaluable serv'.-o I1"" ,!l,J lnr Income. Soon thereaft
In the short tlino he lias been (u
Washington, nud he has succecdc I in
creating a sentiment In Congress fav
oiablo to the Territory, and favornbla
to payment of the fire claims vvhlcii
will tcsult In the success ot tho mens
uie wlieu again presented
Mr. Piatt was badly handicapped bv
the lateness of his arrival In Wnshli.g
ton to take up the matter of payment
of the claims. Had he been sent here
at tho commencement of tho session
there is no doubt ho would have sue
cccdcd In securing favorable Icghda
tlon. Wlmt he has accomplished bn
been almost unaided, tho only help
given him coming from those but Urn'.-
reetlv conn..tP.l with llnunllnn n-
nlnnffll snnb, fnw ! i
When the matter came beroio tin rlt"',y "f ,lle Un)tC(1 s"llt',, u,lt "'
House. Representative Mondell, of Wy 'prrltory belonging to the United
omlng. made a comprehensive presen s,utPS- ttllt'n llcr officers were ucting
tntlon of It. which was as follows: ,mlor V10 cllrcctlon of ""-' President of
"Mr. Spenker. I want to say that Ib.i lll l,nltc'1 sta,es' llen " aci ot
Is an exceedingly Important matter, ar "1U8e olTlrelH the art of the Prcsi
reeling the weirnro of tho youngest and ''cnt of tho Unltc'1 sutos- tno nct nt
fullest daughter of our Republic -- nltne 0mi'rnment of the United States,
gionp of Islands that camo to us at the "Now' ln nn effort lo.n' llpr cur
beginning of the Spanish war ot their ront t,J!l,p"'", 'npo deprived of her
own free will. They relinquished sov I8'0"'" revenue. Internal levcnue. and
erelgnty and becamo a Territory or the other 1(,c"p. Ifavvall has Increas. d
United States. They have at present ' lll'r la, of 'n"1"1011. '' passed an In
no ropicsentallvc on this floor, tho del ,omo ,ax "f 2 l,er cent on n" Incomes
egate from that Territory being ub aUma ,,'nn9' hah mn,le cw'ry effort Io
sent, and, I understand, III. In the .it mo,t ller c,lrrent expenses, nnd yet her
loranc e ot the lew w ords which I w 1 ,11 ' "rrcnt i ev enues fnll to meet her pres
to saj In behalf of Hawaii In this mat ''"l '"ly.and tlieie Is nt piesent. I en
tor I hope to have the attention of :l c ,'lerhta"d, a deficit of neaily $100,000 in
H,ig0i the ilnaiKos or the Tcirltory."
"On the 7th of July, 180S. by tin)' New Y"k Sulzer Spoke,
passage of . Joint resolution of Con ' Ml. Mnudeil yielded part or his tin,:
giess. In eonlormlty with tho action -.1 to Itepieheiitutivo SuUu ut New ork,
the Huwnlian Covcrniucnt, Huwali bo who said. '.Mr. Speaker, Just a t-w
(jtno a pait of the territory of tl uiiida. I simply want to say in ro'.i
United Stntes. Ono of the provision? tlon to this appiopilation thut whtii
ol that lesolutlou was us follows' itlio bubonic plague bioKo out ln t'l--
'"Until Congress shall piovldo fm Hawaiian Islands If it had not been
the government of such Islauds all the pioiiiptly met mid stamped out thn
civil. Judicial, and military powers ev.-iund there, ft it ever got Into this cou i
erclscd by the olficeis ul tho exit illjltiy. It would not only have cost us n
Government in said islands shall be million dollais, but It wont 5 havo cuct
veined In biich peison or persons -and 'tho United Stales thousands and tliou
slmll be cxeiclsed In such manner usuids of lives men, women nud dill
tho Pivsldeut oi tho United States idren and several millions ol dollars
shall direct, and the President snail In tho destruction of property,
havo power to lemovo said officers and j "This Government -was equal to tho
fill tho vacancies so occasioned.' emergency nnd met that plnguo ut tho
"After tho passago of this resolution I bolder lino. It was stamped out theie
ull of tho civil, mllltaiy, and Judical
authority exercised In Hawaii was ex
erclscd under nnd by virtue of tnat res
olutlon, by and through tho President
of tho United States; and every ofll
rer of Hawaii was a federal offlcoi ;
and every act of every Federal officer
of the Territory of Hawaii was an act
"bvvlng the resolution of anncxnllon.
i 'unlc p"1 broke out with
Ifcrent Molcnce In Honolulu, the capital
(of the Islands. It was exceedingly tin
lortant, not only for Hawaii but tor
the United States as well, that this eiil
'clemlc bo stamped ou at once: that .t
le rradloaled so thnt It should gain ! o
ftothold on Hawaiian soil and thus ie
a source of constant menace to, i'je
"In view of thnt fact, the authorltkt
i.wltir to the fnct that the premises oc
ropier, uy loose who were stridden
i with the plague were largely of such a
character as to make It Impossible to
lftu.')lgate them and purify them It be
name iicecssaty to ifestioy them '
business men of the city, to destroy 11 o
Infected property. This continued for
n ciy considerable length of time.
tin most careful appraisement being
had cf all tho property so dcstrb)cd
Tie work continued for nearly four
mouths. On r fug this time It Oceania
Ineeesiury to destroy n vast amount of
suppression of tho plague. This nrac
tleully exhausted every dollar of cash
in the TerrltorhS treasury. After Pjc
suppression oi uie piague. ai mo si.r
gestlon or the 1'ieslilent, by act or the
Hawaiian legislature, n commissi n
was appointed for the purpose of nd
Judlcatlng the firo losses. This com-
mission was tomposeil or well known,
lompctent. and trustworthy citizens i f
In the duo courso or time It con
i lulled Its labors and made awards
amounting to $1,173,173. the claims
amounting to $3,174,289.00. Thcio
"eie G.7I8 claimants, mostly pcoplo !'i
humble ilrciimstaniis. the nveia o
"uini nniouimng io less man ji'
Moiisuiiiiioiini i) tne supreme uourt o
l"'' l nut'" h,atM- wllcn " Tc"' '
'" assuraeu responsibility lor
I"'"" "' . ""l" "lc ' "'"'l ""
rr- " "'' Passage oi tue cnauiing act
Hawaii was deprived of theso sourcy,
of m.'iim, nnd since that tlmo tlioo
hns beer ald Into the Treasuiy of thu
I'liltcd Ptatos, net above all the com
of collection, nearly $2,o00,w)0, vvlil.n
but foi the passage of the enabling act
,mwnlll 0,'' lia' '""l w"n l'leh to
' ,"":l1 ,"lBO "'asc8'
I ,"?'" now n,,lU '"THclf confionted
n'fu "'' Payment of one million and a
lialf r firo Llnlma- Practically, without
any, BO"r,e of revenue from which to
'"aU' ll1;' l"'nent. The Ooveinincnt
l,nH '0l'he'1 rrom llor- ' 1" -a"d.
'" ""' l""'lo,1 "lnco ,lle'"' mw wprc
K"t"lned. pinrtlcally two and a hall
"""" "i miliars auove all cost or col
I lection. YTfp expendltmes were made
at u time when Hawaii was not a Ter
and then by the binning ot property
by destroying piopcrty, property thnt
belonged to and was owned by people
In the Hawaiian Islands, and it is t-i
cumbent, It seems to me, as a legui
proposition that this Governinen',
which ordered this destruction, should
I pay for this pioperty. If we fall now,
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-three years In tho manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators nnd Brooders aro mado of the best lum
ber In tho world, out every ether article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, nnd tl crcforo theso "Standards of the
World" Incubators and llroodcrs occupy tho same relative position
to all other Incubators and Drocders 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 Invoico of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents lor the Territory of llnwnll
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
. THEY ARE
THE WORLD'S BEST .
Chas. F, Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
gentlemen, to meet this question In a
jiu.i'l wu und a liberal spirit comlit-
ent wlln l'e dignity mid tho honor cf
the United States, then In the futme.
when piopcrty has to bo destroyoJ to
stop tl.e march of plaguo or pestlloj",
there may bo trouble. Wo owe IliU
money ami wo should pay It. It Is hen
est, and 1 trust the mutton will prevail
and the amendment be adopted."
Itcpresentativo Powers, of Main,
spoke lu behalf of the amendment, and
Itepicseiitutlvo Hill, of Connecticut,
said, in part: '
"Mr. Speaker, we have? paid out
thtee millions for tho purchase ot arms
and to seciiro peace in Cuba. Wo havo
paid $7o0,nu0 to Porto Illco for relief
from a calamitous hurricane; wo hnvo
paid J100.000, or. I bellove, $200,000
wero given ns n mere matter of char'ly
to the sufferers of Mnrtlnln.uo to re
llcvc them from distress. Here In 1 In-
wall, when our troops wero going back
waul and forward, when In all huiuau
probability from the communication if
these ships with the Orient nnd Ha
wall the bubonic plaguo was Introduc
ed, tho Americans of ITlnt island, wilh
tho energy nnd determination vvhlcu
always characterizes Americas, Btep
ped In and asked no relief oi n3lstanco
in securing us from having the plasuo
brought tu our shores.
"It seems n mo the least wo can do,
gentlemen, U to dlvtdo this expense
with the Tcirltory ot Hawaii. And
when they coiio to us and say liiey will
pay hair of tho $2,000,000 of money ex
peuded to piotiCt us as well as thin
selves, wo ought to pay It, and pay it
witiiutit grumbling nnd pay It cheeiful
ly, for, as tho geiitleihan from New
York veiy truly says, If tho plaguo had
come to tho Untied States it would
have cost us rnr more, In addition to
the many lives that would havo been
sicrluccd, and therefore I hope an 1
believe that tho committeo of confer
ence will nt least meet the Senate halt
way and ngiee that seven bundled ui d
fifty thousand of this shall como tioin
tho revenues of tho Teirltory and se
en bundled nnd fifty from the icvenum
of the United States, it nothing else "
When the voto was taken upon U'O
motion of Ileprcsentntlvo Mondell tnat
the House recede from Its disagree
ment to tho Scnato amendment the mo
tion wns lost, and, with Senator Tctlcr
absent, tho conferees on tho part of tho
Scnato were obliged to reccdo from
the Senato amendment when tho dlsou
tul amendments again went Into con'
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
It Is expressed freely as the opinion
of ninny members of Congiess that
tho claims will bo provided tor at tl n
next session of Congress. An inJo
pendent bill providing for payment will
be reported promptly from tho Scnato
Committeo on Pacific Islands, and will
havo tho entire Influence of that com
mittee In aid of Its passage.
J. A. fiitnCKONS.
DIG OPIUM SHIPMENT.
San PiancIseo.July 0. A shipment ef
opium woitli moro than half a million
dollais nriived from Macao, China, yes
terday morning on the Occidental und
Oriental liner Doric, twenty-eight days
and nineteen hours from Hongkong,
seventeen days and nine hours from
Yokohama, and six davs and eleven
boms from Honolulu. The opium con-
I slsta of 810 cases, or 33.120 pounds,
upon which the duty Is $199,200, ranking
the commercial valuo of tho product
$331,000. It Is tho largest shipment of
opium that ever renched this city, and
I the second largest ever leaving Macao.
'it was not, however, the only notable
shipment brought by the Doric, which
; had in her hold 120,492 chests jot new
tea, woith over $100,000.
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Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
lions, copies oi wmcb may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street,
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : : T. H.
tan Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco,
an Francisco The Nevada N
llonal Bank of Saa Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lob
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
run Dresdner Bank.
new xaiana ana Australia liana
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America
Deposits received. Loans made -a
approved security. Commercial aid
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE 8J, 1901, I80.04W7.
IfOBfiT I nan Ad r.n innrAvan aamixt
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
ment plan. (
Twenty-third Series of Stock la now
OFFICEItS-J. L. McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Vlldor, Vice Prealdent;
C. B. Cray, Treasurer; A. V. dear.
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A
I A.. Wilder, A. V. Gear. O. 11. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Koech. J. A. LjU.
Jr, J. M. Little, ii. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
OfflCK riours: 12:80 1:30 p. m.
ti ir i i n . n .
1 OC iOKOliama SBeCie BailK
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Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,004
Paid Up Cupltal Yen 18,000,000
I Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,00n
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA
Tbo Bank huya and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general hanking business,
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months . 4
1 For 6 months 2
For 3 months j
Branch of thn Yokohama Specie Bank,
New Republic Bid., lh King Stree
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors