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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, AUG. 21, 1911.
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ALIENS WILL BE
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African, nativity, and to .icrnons of At
rlcnn dcKCcjit," while the Chinese ox
elusion net of Mny 6, 1882, Hpcclflcully
ntulna "tttut "Wrt Mtatn rnnr, tr fViitrt
states "that 'no State court or Court
of too, united states, snail aimit cum-
ese to.cltlienshlu.' The repeal of tun
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latter' provision Ik not proposed. Jt
Is well understood that "foreign-horn
inrsons of the Mongolian race, includ
ing tho Chinese, Japanese, and Ko
rean arc not eligible to citizenship
under our law, and It is probnblo that
at lenst the greater part of tho peon!o
bf India and nthor countries of Aim.
are likewise excluded from tho prl".
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Our Sale Has
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We have a large shiprritent of goods just received ex "Wilhelmina " - The throngs which filled our store
every day last w;eek testify to the wonderful values we are offering.- Our stock is very complete; our
values are such als nae never been offered before. We will not quote prices. -Gopds.areialliarkedain ,
plain figures. A visit will convince you that this is the place to buy. Terms cash only.
L. B. KERR (& CO., Ltd., Alakea Street
The. Beer Thai's .Brewed
To cuit The Climeie
IIoro. At iircne.it tho .lulmncso would
bo little, It' ut nil, nflcctod by the pro
posed IcKixIntlon, us under tho bo-t-iil
Ifd passport provision of section 1
of the immigration act of 1907, and n
subsequent understanding with Ja
pan, laborers of that race are not per
mitted by the Japanese government lo
come to tho United States.
Itciinons I'or Change.
Granting that tho long established
naturalization policy of tho United
States Government ought to bo per
petuated, tho admission to the coun
try of any considerable body of per-
sons who ennnot bo admitted to ci:
Izenshlp Is undesirable. Tho purpose
f tho, Proposed legislation Is to a-:-
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or sucn per-,,
,fon8. wh" ' the same
Immigration legislation directed sole
ly against the people of any particular
nation. Chinese exclusion laws havo
been in force In tho United States
since 1882 and have been successful i
In accomplishing their purpose, nut!
it Is only natural that a great peopld I
should resent special legislation ai
this nature directed solely against I
them. In fact tliev so resent It, and
It is not improbable tnnl unless
Cl-Theso exclusion laws In their pres
ent form are voluntarily repealed tl o
time. Is not far distant when circum
stances will ttrlso which will maku
such action u practical necessity.
.Chinese Itegulallons. ,
Under tho present lawn Chlnoso of
tho professional classes aro permitted
to enter tho United
States but aru
subjected to certain regulations nnd
restrictions which do not nply In the
'enso of persons of any other rnco or
nationality. Under tho proposed law
thO'CJiincso arc placed on 'an equality
wjtlyevttry ptbor.pfoplo. In 'this regsud.
Moreover, at present, Chinese of the
excluded classes are slnglcM, out for
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dlffcrcnt and moro sovero treatment
than arc trio oxcluded classes of other
races, and whllo the Commlsslonor-
General of Immigration recommends
a consolidation of the Chlnoso and Im
migration laws, ho would retain all
the harsh' features of the former and
differentiate In several Important par
ticulars between tho Chinese and al
iens of other races seeking admission
to the United States.
Trent, All, Aliens Alike.
I The law proposed by this bill would
regulnte.jthe Immigration of all .aliens
according to the ' same standard, on
the theory that If' severer restrictions
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tlcular race thcy BnouId be impartial-
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nratlon of tn(1 bm g0
My applied to all races, in tne prep
features 'of the Chinese laws which do
not appear in the Immigration act
have been made applicablo to all al
iens, nnd where tho laws differ only
In detail these differences have been
eliminated. As a matter of fact, thero
is only one important detail of the
Chinese exclusion laws which Is not
Incorporated In tho bill In somo form.
That detail Is tho provision contained
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III nUUllUll OlA Ul IMV Vl.iuniuil inn w.
884 which requires that every Chin
ese person entitled to admission to tho
United States "shall obtain the per
mission of and bo Identified as so en
titled by tho Chinese government, or
of such other foreign government of
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MACONAC1I1K-In Honolulu, T. II.,
Aug. 20, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. O. U.
Maconachle, a son.
Been Well Patronized During the Past
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i commissioner, made March 31, shows
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. iimi inu nuruiy cum, mil. una i- nwi
'plus to policy-holders of f381.lS3.67.
The ngency lias resigned, It was stat
ed this morning, because tho llnnnclnl
affairs of the company had been
According to news from tho const,
tho company has been mixed up in
spmo high finance methods that havo
called forth a scrutiny from tho In
surance commissioners of u number of
States, among them New York, Col
orado, Minnesota, Ohio and Massachu
setts. 8." II. Wolf, nn Insurance ox-.
pert, was Bent to San Francisco early
last month by tho Now York .Colo
rado and Minnesota State insurnnro
departments, to, muko an examination
of tho Pncillc Surety Company, tho
Western Casually and Surety Com
pany, nnd tho 1'aulllc Slope. Securities
Company, all of which aro entangled
In a stock-promoting, selling nnd pur
chasing, In which Frederick 11. l.loyd,
former president of the Pacific Sure
ty Company, figures prominently.
Promoters nt Work.
.Tho Pncillc Slopo Securities com
pany wnB promoted early In 1909 by
tho Into Wllklo Kdwards. Tho money
derived from tho salo of tho capital
Btock wus used to organize tho Wcst
'ern Casualty and Surely Company,
and Frcderick-Il. Lloyd was president
of .this, Edwards having died. Tho
cnpltnl Btock of tho Western Casualty
company wns $3.10,000, nnd for nlno
months only, It Is charged, it did bus
iness, Its assets being used by Lloyd to
get control of tho Pncillc Surety com
pany. In this way Lloyd got to bo
president of the latter company. In
other words, tho Pncillc Slopes Se
curities company wns UBCd ns a hold
Lloyd's methods of doing buslnoss
did not satisfy tho stockholders of the
company, nnd ho was allowed to ro
slgn. This was followed Immediately
by n suit brought against lilm by tho
new management, tho suit being now
pending, for flOQ.noo, which amount
up to Inst reports has not been locat
ed. It Is said to have been lost Bomc
whero In tho numerous stock-IIoatlng
dans that came out of tho three com
The Hawaiian Trust company re
signed tho ngoncy for tho Pncillc Sure
ty Company, on, Juno 29 Inst, nnd Is
not taking any morij business for tho
company. Tho resignation of tho
agency wns mode n "month beforo tho,
affairs of tho company camo Into pub
lic notice on tho const.
Tho trust company hns recently
made nrrringements to tnko tho local
agency of tho National Surety Com
pany of New York, n very strong In
Tho Surety Compiiny had been do
ing business In Hawaii for soven or
eight years nnd was well Intrenched.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record August 19,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
Martini Kuwehl to Mrs I. K Mnhiio
Mnse I'nn nnd f to C Ahul ct
Edah It Wllhompoon nnd hsli to
Mnry V Kllvn
Entered far Record August 21, 1911.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kamlln Smith t'o S 'KcIII'iioI ct nl.. h
l.lllu K Katnaka-I and hsli to Hob- I!
ert Kal.inul Jr O
llcorge N Wilcox to' C Q Yeo Hop, I
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Ocorgo N Wilcox tif C Q Yec Hop
& Co ,,........ L,
David Kaimhaklmolicwn and wf to I
Young Men's Buvs Socy Ltd M
The Bell Trio
Whoio Singing Has Captured All
NEW 1IAI.MONY SKLKCTION
See the Ridt for Life on Inclined
The Songbird, from Tail's Cafe
TIIOSK LATKST FILMS
FINEST IN TC4VN
"The Ideal Three'' 8lnnina and 'Dane-
Greatett Eecentrio Comsdlans
l'OPBliA II I It I C K S
SUNDAY, AUGUST 27
TW5 C1AMES - - TWO GAMES
1130. P. M. J. A. C. vs. HAWAIIB
3i30 P. M. 8TAR8 vs. P. A. C.
Prlcest 35, 25, 15 and 10 Cents
Reserved Scats for center nnd wings
of grandstand run bo Imoked nt E. O.
Hall & Son's sporting department En
trance, King street.
Tickets on salo nt M. A. Qunst's
Cigar Store from lp. m. Suturduy'to
11 n. in. Sunday.
August Sale Now On
Rugs and Draperies
J. Hopp & Co.; Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Btrtrat, opposite) Young Hotel
P. O. Box 110
For 3 Days
Ailover Lace, 50c quality
35c a pair; 3-$ 1.00
Lace Ankle; 50c quality
35c a pair
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In Blacky White, Grey, Lavend.Pintiind Blue
Plain and Lace,
Hall Borohert Dress Form
Metal Hot Water Bag Iff
II IS CHEAPER AND BliTTKll TlLk II
' HI Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., IMl
f Fort and Hotel 8troete Ls
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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in Tan, Black &
- for 25c pair
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