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TH HONOLULU REUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY -r, 1002.
VCiW TTTfAPTXP 6aCe ,Chh s'"aaor -S5 tomorrow
J Vll' iiJLAlll vj morning. It -was also arraaged it
fr 7vrn T'0TAV,t31 snb-comniittee should hear Gora-
MAT PIPERS SAY
ON THE MAINLAND
THIRD AND LAST
OPINIONS OF LABOR LEADERS;
WESTERN MEN HAVE DECIDED
TO DELAY ACTION ON THE '
iGaHferaia Commission to be Given an
Opportunity to Express Its Views.
General Sentiment Favors Ex -
tending the Present Law With
Additions from Immigration BHI.
WASHINGTON. January l-The!51""' Elkia1' PwkilK w1 TBrr":-
SOMtatUee of Pacific Cotft rnrMn-!Ail
tUM met today to decide on a Oil- Turar- A voluminous report. y.
N exctastoa bill. Wall the sub.,'1"5 uUtil and expert iafonnavka
CWBioUtee that ha, been at work on hmI Tf p"rpir"- i0 accompaaj ia
,.,. ... . . V . . MW. bat was not completed todav.
t4 matter had not ctenniteirxeporte,!,,, Frye hoes repon
n. -- generally 1000501 mat a mil
ro-tnacifag the preaenc la w would be
Hnnred. with the additions from the ' tee report to the Senate oon alter
Immigration Bureau bill. No bill, '".
bowerer, wa reported. Il wa declared some days ago by
A communication was' received , N&rlf;aUon Commissioner Chaniber-
from Samuel Gomper. president of ' ! ?v rietMPPori;er of
tiM in.4M. c.,! f t i lne W11- existing mall con
tne Americaa FedewUon of Labor. tnictl vouM not affccled by the
Mktmt to be heard on the exciosion Mew W1L Bul It was iearaed t0.dav
pMfatioo. atd the members of the j that the Committee on Commerce in-
Caiifornia ExrlaaUn Commlska tends to have the bill so amended
were la attendance to request a hear
to, so the committee decided to post-,
pone action for one week. In the,
meantime the sub-committee decided'
to hear Gompers and the California'
Commission, and report to the gen
arat oommHtee, which will meet next '
Opinions of Members.
Prom Interviews with members of
the committee It is dear that the
tendency is strong to return to the
1Mt of re-enacting the present laws,
without attemptiuc to secure the ela-,
Borate provtaious prepared by the
iMmlaration Bureau. Two drafts of
the Mils are to lie presented by Gom
pers and the California Commission,
whleh follow the general plan of re -
SMCting the present exclusion laws in
a$eao. adding provisions preventing
the 'Chinese in the Philippines from
etttarluf the United States. The
other Is the Lodge bill, merely remov
ittg'the time limit from the laws now
In. effect and adding a Philippine pro
Twkm, The suh-conimluee. taking
these Mils and the Immigration Bu
reau Mil. will set to work J u ring the
roMtag to frame a ateasjtre thsu
-.t .- r - "- ..
wttt conoine the best features of all.
was me opinion ot me tactile Statistics, tne United States Coast
Coast representatives, with the excep-; and Geodetic Survey, the Commis
sion of Loud, that the labor loaders . sjoner of Railways, the Census Oil) -e,
and the California Commission should i the Patent Office, the Department of
be given full hearings. Loud was j I-auor. Commission of Fish and Fisb
sironglv onposed to Krantinc them a ir,es- Bureau of Foreign Commerce,
earing. He presided at the com-!,,OW
miUee meeUng. hue declined to have
Oompers' communlcaUon read. All,
, uiHna hi vu Miuwwn ueiega-
Uou took the stand that the Califor-' mines and mining. The new depart
nkt Commission should be heard In ment Is designed to promote com
"full, even though it might not be able j merce and gather and furnish all in
to shed much light on the subject. ! formation on commerce and Indus-
Gompers was intensely Indignant
over the manner in which Loud treat-
ed his communication, and the mem
bers of the delegation, shared to some
extent in the feeling. asMhoy said
all sidus were entitled to a hearing.
It was only owing to the strong stand
taken by Perkins. Kahn and Metcalf
that Loud consented to Invite the BERLIN. January 9. A correspoa
OaHfornia Commission to address the ' 'lent in Samoa writes to the Cologne
sub-coimittee. I Gazette giving a hitherto unknown
After the general committee ad-' explanation of the killing of Dr.
Jonrned the sub-committee met. and i Monke. leader of a German scientific
Kdward J. Livarnagh and Truxton expedition in the South Sea islands,
Ueakt of the Commission were given J Bismarck archipelago. The corres
a hearing. Llrernssh and Beale af-J ondent says that Dr. Menke and his
terward had an interview with the party ruthlessly destroyed a number
President, and said they found him in j of palm trees, of which there were
favor of legislation on the plan of the ; but a few on the island, and the na
Lodge MIL Another Interview wasjtives acted hi defense of their prop
aapoiated for ne.t Saturday, whenlerty. The German punitive expedi
Gompers. FurueeOt, Uveroash and tion sent to avenge the killing of Dr.
Beale aro to present the labor side of- Menke and his party, which landed
Ike question to the President The near the scene of the massacre, killed
same parties aro to have a confer' eighty one islanders.
TWO VICTIMS OF -EXPLOSIONS
BLEW OFF HIS HEAD
SETTLE, January 10. The ghast-
U" umnK or an MntaoBti&ed man was '
XtotBd In ont of the residence district-
today, the evidence tending to
show that he had committed suicide
bf placing a stick of dynamite in his j
o. with a fase. attached. He then j
y down oa the groand. lighted the
i ... , , .x. , , i
f aad calmly waited the explosion!
wbkk ended his Ufa
A fcole fifteen Inches deep marked (
the ptace where his head had rested.,
iNot a vestige ofTthe "Skull could be'
found and the trunk presented a tor-J
rible spectacle. Ttere !S no clew to
CONSIDERS THE FRYE
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL
t WASHINGTON. Jan. 10. Th s.:b-
j coanaittee on Ship and Sesp,.srig cf
la 'Seaite Commi'tee on CraaeTte
! e4 two hours today over Seaaror
' Ur T1?' Wp subsidy bflL Of th
eight Bwabws of the sb-eoa:nittee,
Are were present Chairman Frre.
are ta favor W11 wept!
UN to the whole
Thnreday, and to have that com mi t-
that new coatracts may be made im
mediately on the passage of the act
in cases where steamship companies
wHI give improved service. As the
terms of the bill are very liberal,
steamship companies are only too
glad to offer this improved s-rv..
THAT DEPARTMENT OF
COMMERCE BE CREATED
WASHINGTON. Jan. 9. The Sen
ate Committee 03 Commerce to-day
authorized a favorable report on Sen
stor Nelson's bill for the creation
ot an exectJv department of the
uqveramem 10 Ue Known a
partment of Commerce.
Besides providing for an additional
member, known as the Secretary of
Commerce, the bill provides for an
assistant secretary and a complement
of oJFicers. Undt-r the new depart
ment shall be the following bureaus:
Live-saving sen-ice. lighthouse 'board.
lighthouse service, marine hospital'
service, steamboat inspection
e,:,ir e,,,' J fc ' t ,
d States Shipping Commission?
n,,,. nt t iOT. n..x...
vice. Bureau of Navigation and Unit-
litireaii of Immiirrntlnn nurfcan nf
,?, the, Stf e Department, to be
t,"UrtWU """ ine "Ureau : &a
Vhere is also established a bureau
0f manufactures and a bureau of
tries, it also relieves the other de-
nrtmp,t o,i,. .,, t,c,
j j -. vw. iiviuoi; tuc (.acuij , v
h great amount of work now perform-
SLAIN BY THE GERMANS
HDRLED FIFTY FEET
AND IS MANGLED
ANGEL'S CAMP, January 10. Tom
Kane, cart boss on the Sierra road, i
sat down in front of a fire to thaw
out a lot of giant powder this morn
ing near town. He had thirty-one
sticks in front of him. when one of
the sticks exploded, which caused the
balance to follow suit. Kane was
tlirown ab0Ui a"-v feet
When he was picked up it was
, , . ., . . , ,
ft"! that his right leg from the
ankle l0 the knee Tras literally mash-
ed to a pulp, the foot just hanging
by a few shreds of flesh. His eyes
were also injured, and it is thought
he, will be made deaf by the concus-
sion. Ills right leg: was amputated
just above the knee.
New "York Herald: To'-kizs 'ip
sboIfdoB of the loetetep. ocv: t si
Nejr York State prison ar- her-afr--to
be allowed to wear their ha,.- '.o:.z
enough to comb. Those who ha.e
studied the subject beHeT th -tose
cropping of convicts" nar has mad- j
it more dlScolt to awaken their s-if-
respect and has very often prevent-,!
those willing a reform from obtain
ins,- employment after discharge. In
tnm Ught the dropping: of the sh-.rt
hair rule is Wisely to be a distinct?
advance In the a&nagesseBt of Stat?
President Roosevelt's summary re
moval of Appraiser" Walcemaa "for
the good of the service may or may
not be of considerable coasecuence .
tc the relations between the Chief!
ExecutiTe and a very powerful ele-j
meat in .his party. Wakeman himself 1
is of no importance, but as the chosen j
agent of the American Protective'
Tariff league in an office whose ad-'
ministration is of decided interest
to the league his abrupt removal will
irritate if not antagonize strong Re
lublican influences. Springfield Re
Chile, in all Its relations, in deal -
ing with Peru, in its attitude toward
Argentina and in the position taken
by its representative in the Pan-Am
erican congress at Mexico City, has j
proved a habitual disturber of the;
peace. Advanced in civilization, wen
organized, efficient In its armaments
by Jand and by sea, it is to be re
gretted that the republic constantly
figures as opposed to arbitration and
engaged in small disputes and large
with its neighbors. Philadelphia
The greatest of American railroads
are tearing down many of their metal
bridges and building in place of them
stone arches which will not rust,
which will have no need of change
or repair or strengthening for so
many generations and will defy the
teeth of the ages. This is a notable!
going back to the best work of anci-j
cnt days. The Roman arch in its no-j
blest form, with its sound, strong'
lines, with the imperishable rock
from foundation to keystone, was a
model for ail time. New York Trib '
Philadelphia Press!: Colleges and
churches have been lirged often
enough to refuse gifts which raised
issues as to their origin. Not one
of them has. No one probably look
ed to see the United States Govern-,
ment display a keener conscience, j
The example has been set A stand-;
ard lias been established. Both j
churches and colleges are reminded I
that hose who hold in trust the J
moral standards and the intellectual I
sincerity of a community as church-'
es and colleges do have a responsi-f
bility to discharge toward the sources '
of their support and endowment i
To give food to the hungry and
clothes to the ragged is good This
the charity organization societies en
deavor to do. But in doing this thry
do net suppose that they have done
much. The relief of immediate want ,
is necessary, but it is merely at
makeshift. The deeper problem is
that of raising the dependent family j
from the position in which it is al !
ways in immediate want of the ne-'
cessaries of life ' to a position
in which it is capable of self-support, i
and. therefore of self-respect Chi- J
It is notorious that war between
employers and tho employed, in the
form of strikes or lockouts, is most
wasteful, commonly inflicting upon
both parties to the contest irretriev-!
able loss. By establishing a perma-
nent board for the arbitration and;
settlement of labor disputes the con-.
ference held in this city this week (
has made a well-judged and laudable
bttmpt to do awav with needless in-1
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tw.-. e r-.... r..--.o .
Detroit Free Press: Congressman
Otey of irgmia introduced a bill in i
the House that, should it become ai
law. would require the Government
to issue a weekly ration of tobacco
to the enlisted men of the army and '
navy. He is open to the charge of
favoring a chief product of his own ;
State, but the proverbial generosity
.- 1-I....I . c . ,o- ut A
ot Virginia ends to relieve him of
this accusation and the measure
strikes us as one that can survive j
upon its merits. - I
o . j
Dallas News: The New Orleans!
i TitusDemocrat pats Texans on
their backs because, of their rigid
anti-trust law. or. rather,
o apply the
recent successful efforts to apply the f
same- It goes without saying that a I
large share of capital which is chas-
ed or kept out cf Texas will be in-
ome or other Gulf State
Louisiana, for instance. If we keepi
up our present lick New Orleans
may become the Octopus center of
the Southwest. See?
Mr. Rockefeller, It Is said, has re
turned home without the improve- J
raent in health which he had hoped;
to gam by change impaired bv ab-j
sorblng toil which has made bint for
Sttful of the laws of nature. Mr j
Edisoa Is in bad hcalth as a result ;
of persistent overwork and hasty and
irregular meals. Both men are In j
middle age. but not wealth nor inv;a j
live status can buy for ith-r th
rrsy health ot a farm-r fifteen years!
thefr senfor. New York, World. I
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K X 'Lm? Cru Pi ft5T . m
nv CKm rvt I I It 1 sT, ajB
filE gest Wines
distilled from the choicest
yields of field and vineyard,
bottled with the utmost care
and skill, and delivered at your
door the finest tonics and in
vigorants you can get.
WHAT SHALL WE SEND YOU?
Come in and make a selection;
we guarantee the quality.
irnFFSRHI &FRFR fill I TO
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t The Pioneer Wine and Liquor House.
' No. 25 King St.. near Bethel,
Is well done. It Is the repairing of
And the making of ,
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
THE MOTOR GARHiAGE AND
Phone White 911
For Some GENUINE HIBE'S
All kindd ot drinks delivered to all
parts of the city upon the receipt oi
Soda Wafer Work
127 Miller Street
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Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Trave 2 Letters
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Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &.
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
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Interest allowed on term deposits at
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nXtm vjr .
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Six months, at 3 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
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papers, Wills. Binds, etc., received for
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
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ported on. Statem?nts of Affairs pre
pared. Trustees on Bankrupt or In-
Office. 924 Bethel Street
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accordance with Rules and Regnla-
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We at Evesetesscs and Spectacles j
! and fit them Right Just Rtght. c
hi glasses to edd eyes to gtve better
vision and to preserve eyesight. We
fit glasses to young eyes for the re
moval of eye-straia and attendant
Frames Right. Lenses Right,
Treatment Right. Prices Right.
RIGHT OUR WAY. please.
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Frosi and After January 1, 1901
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S1.00 Waists for S .50
;i:iriiiiiiiiirnrrfTiiit:rtrtTTiiiintiiin n utir
A boy once wrote: "I luv a
rooster fer tew things one- is the
krow that iz in him, and the other
is the spurs that air on him to
bak up his crow with."
We admit having crowed often
and loud, but we have the "spurs
to back up the krow."
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Telephones, 22, 2-1, 92.
TOU EN JOT IT;
TOU NEED IT, TOO.
Has all the wonderful tonic properties of
pure hops and malt.
Absolutely pure and properly aged.
Order a trial case from the Brewery.
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there ?s in its adornment to the casual visitor.
A VISIT to our store will convince any one of the excellence
of our stock and the reasonableness of our prices.
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1146-1148 FORT STREET.
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