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T. H, SATURDAY, DEC. 231 1911. T. H, 8ATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1911.
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GOVERNOR FREAR OPPOSES SALE
OF THE PHILIPPINES TO JAPAN
Goirrnor Walter 1. Krenr figures In
two-column headlines In thu Denver
(Colo.) I'ost ns nti opponent uf the
rimnl lu Hill the Philippines tu
The Poit f November 19 snys:
"The I'nst ban board from niiotber
contingent of editors, goiernnri, Con
isresmen onil Senators regnrdlnt; Its
proposal to kpII tlie Italltiilri( Islands
to Jn pan ntid up the money to reclaim
nrld Western and xuiiiupy Houthern
hinds. To (lute tlie opposition Is slight
ly In the majority. I'llmlnntltiK theme
who for political or oilier reasons de
clined to take n decided stand, ninety
four fnvor Kiich u transaction, ond 109
oppose It. "
"Of those In fnnr of the plan, scv-cntV-llvo
nro editors, seientoen mem
hern of one or the other of the home
of Congress, nnd two governor.
"Of the oppoilnR-, sixty-five nre ed
Horn. thirty-eight members of the nn
tlonnl lawmaking body nnd six gov
ernors. "'Selling Human Being.'
"Objection to the 'Helling of human
being'.' nx moit of them seem to con
sider It, I responsible for nine-tenths
of the opposition to the Post's sug
gestion. They refuse to believe that
Japan would quickly bring the Islands
to be nn Integral part of the empire,
with their full share In running the
"Here are some of the letters or ex
tracts from them taking this view:
"The United States will perform Its
duty toward the Philippine people,'
xentcntloiiHly writes Gov. Oeorgo R.
Coltnn of Porto Wen. I do not fnor
'Governor V, r Trear of Hawaii Is
of n like opinion. "I do not fax or your
proposal,' he says. ,
"Would Qlva Them Away.
William lllchnrdfon of lliintsvllle,
Ala., would be glad to give the Is
lands nuiiv If Japan Would take tin in
on our bands, I
"1 do not fulfil' your priipmnl,' be
writes, "nnd would Include the dcicl
opinent of wnterwnys In the purposes
for which the money should be spent.
1 would make Japan a present of the
Islands, provided she would make n
proper trenty with lis and allow lis
some coaling stations.' I
"I fin or your plan,' says Congress
man A. IJifTcrty of Portland, Ore. !
"The governor of Alaska, who might
be expicted to hale derldi d opinions,
writes that bo does not, care to express.
"'Selling the Island means selling
the people thereof,' says Smatnr John
D. M'orks of California 'Trallle In hu
man tilings, wbetlur by wholesnle or
retail, was settled by the dill War,' I
"Congressman 1'. W Saunders of
Virginia, member of the House com-,
mlttee on appropriations, writes thus:
"'I agree with you that this country
does not wnnt the Philippines, nnd with
the consent of the rillplimf 1 would
sell the Islands tomorrow to the empire
of Japan; but I would not be wHIIiik
to seH them ngnlnst their will nu I
would sell nn ox or a pig. I
"'On the other hand. 1 am ready to
lote at any time to give the I'lllplnos
their Independence, guaranteeing their
Independence for All tbno to, route.
With each day that p.iKses without
definite action on our part looking to
n date when wo will come out of the
Philippines, wo nre neglecting u plain
duty to ourselies oh well as laying up
trouble for the future.'
"Wants Islands Independent.
"Congressman Kugene I' Klnkend of
New Jersey sends n long letter ex
plalnnfg his position. He faiors the
jlmmcdlnto Independence of the Is-
"On the other hand. Congressman 'lands.'
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Ml GEN. BIDDLE SAYS ill
MARINES WILL BE ORDERED HERE
. W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplelanl Building Honolulu, i. H.
' I. O. Box 60
"For At" cards at Bulletin...
ilip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
512 Stangtnwald Building Honoluli
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Social Ilulletln Corresiwndince.)
WASIIINOTON, D. C. Dec. 11.
W. P. Middle. Major tlcuerul, Com
mandant of tho United SHto Mar
ine Corps, In his annual report makes
these observations regarding tlio ser
vice lit Honolulu i:id other timttcrk!
At piesrnt thu matliic communit nt
Honolulu consists of t; officers unci
183 enlisted men. This forte will bo
considerably augmented when tlie
new barracks are completed.
On August 25, 1910, LMs were open
ed for the construction of hurrnck.t
nnd olllcers' quaiters ut this station.
Tor which Congiess, In tho nuvul nn
nropilntlon act npiroicd March 3
1909, appinprlatcd the folloMlng sums:
?135 0(I0 for lurrac'H and $JD,U0U for
olllcers' fiuaiteix. All of tho bids re
ceived weio cotiB'dcrably In excess ol
Hie amount appro rlu oil, and the
plans and specifications were modi
fied and new hlds requested; these
lids,' wero opened un Dcrembor 1,
The limine battalion stationed on
tho Isthmus of Panama consists of 14
olllcers mid 415 jeullsled men. He
ports receded show that tho health
of the command has been excellent
during the past year.
Attentions Is Invited to tho fact
that the slto occupied by the nurine
camp at Has Obispo will soon he
tome an Island, as on completion of
Iho Gattm Hum thu iidjicent territory
will be Hooded nnd become unfit for
uso as n camp site.
It Is the opinion of Ih s ollljo thai
it body of troops subject to the col
li ol of the Navy Dep.utmeut, which
Ciiu he utilized eillinr lu ilctic iluents
or up In the limit, of the c mm ml
rljtlourd there, and which cni he
ilkpitched with the g-entest cclcrlt
and without 'undue attention bo'ng
l.ronght tollu nioie, would bo uf Iho
gieiitest value Inth to th? Htito and
Navy Dcp'irtments. It Is llicicfne
suggested that tho necessirj "totw lie
taken to secure tho allotment f i,
site within tho limits of tho Cinl
one for the uso of tho :i IvhhppiI hise
anil extiedltlonary force.) or tho Mar
ine Coipf. ,
Tho marina command nf (lu in on
slsts of '3 olllceis and Un) enlisted
men, nnd from rexrls on fllo nt these
Keailiiuailors It appears that the
health of the comuiund tins been ox
tcllcnt iluilnz the past y;nr The
birracks uccommodatloas aro nol
sufficient for tho number of men at
During tho past year Hie marine
hrlgnde in tho Philippine has heeiij
maintained, in nr us practicable, at
a streuglh of l,2uo onllstcil .men. On
lime 30, 1911, the strength nf the b I
gnile was 39 officers niitl 1,129 enlist
Iniproiemcnls huio been madn at
Iho posts lu Cavlto and Olonga)Mi, so
far as money available for tho pur
poso permitted, hut tho accommoda
tions, both for officers and onllsled
men, aro far short of wluil, they
should, be In outer to Instiro the
health and coin I oil of tho command?
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