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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902.
Ways and Means Committee
CRISIS FOR REPUBLICS SUGAR
Stateaeat That Redactioa
Be Necessary la
Arttments In Favor of Concessions ,
to the Island Are Made at the,
Conference Opinions of Various i
Interests Affected by Legislation Tfl actlon of the secretary of War
Many Cubans Present. i n going before the House Military
Affairs Committee this week and ad-
vocating the abolishment of the gov
WASH1NOTON. January 15 The enmieill transport service across the
Vnjra and Means Committee began ; pac,fic account of ll3 grt ex.
hearings to-day on the subject of Cu-; rnse wag something of a surprise.
baa reciprocity with a Urge repre- aUhoURh u was known that Mr. Root
caution preaent from the vartocs , dU favor tne contfauance of tae
interests which would be affected by j transports.
legislation of this cnaracter. ine ou
baa Industrie were represented by
Messrs. Place. Mendoza. Dumols and,
Franeke. choea bv commercial or-1
aaaiantione la various parts of the
Tn American interests engaged in j of a commerciai steamsLip line be
sugar production in Cuba were repre- j tween San FrancJsco aml .Manila bv
Mated by Bdwla F. Atkins, spokes-, way of Hawaii, and will therefor give
wan for an organization controlling a i Hawaii an additional mail, freight
larx part of the sugar production of i and passenger service.
the Island. Hugh Kelly of New York j The flrst supposition was that this
aad John F. Craig of Philadelphia, i new contract misht go to the Pacific
William Haywood was present in be-, Ma!l steamship Companv, but it now
half of the Hawaiian sugar planters appears that the Paciific Coast Com
aad Henry T. Oxnard for the domes- j panVj a corporation owned bv New
Uc beet-sugar Interests. The tobacco! York nnd Boslon capitalists, will
aad other interests affected by Cubnn make a fight for the contract, and
production also were well represent-; that this company has a better show
of success than has the Pacific Mail
Chairman Payne stated at the out-t Company.
set that the hearing was in reference Tne pacjnc Coast Companv alradv
to that portion of the President's mes-1 operates several lines of steamers on
age relating to reciprocity with Cu-. the Coast, and it also operates rail
ba. The committee would first hear , roads and coal mines. The claim is
those favorable to Cuba, and Mr. made that this companv is in a po?i
Payn stated thHt the committee Je-; tfon to put its steamers on the San
atwd to be informed about the effect of . Francisco Honolulu-Manila line as
reciprocity both on Cuba and on the ; soon as the contract shall have be'n
people of the United Staes. i awarded.
Bdwla F. Atkins of Boston made ! ... ,
the opening statement in behalf of re
ciprocity. U spoke of the enormous
overproduction " of sugar throughout
the world, amouuting to about 1,500.
00 tons, which had resulted in a cri
sis In the industry. European coun
tries had met this by bounties so that
the German producer, by means of a
oonty, was able to sell sugar at a sossion hre today, unanimously
half-cent -per pound below its cost of , adopted a protest to Congress acainst
production. The cost of production , the proposed concession to the pro
In Cuba was 2.C cents per pound, ,,0 . . .v , , . ,
which was somewhat above the sell-i'T"',01 ca"e suf!f ln the Isand of
tat price. Mr. Atkins stated that;C,,ba' in "art as folIows:
there was now about 120.000.000 worth i "Th"Sh the United States has
of standing cane in Cuba, and at pres- j S'en to Cuba a freedom for which
eat prices a considerable part of this ( she was formerly fighting hopelessly,
would not be harvested. While not, the Cubans now desire that thew shall
Ha alarmisL he said the effect would
be serious lose to the planters and
the labor employed. The los to la
bor, he thought, was likely to lead to
Aifitnrlittttfns At the timn set fnr tbo
withdrawal of American troops, there 1
vonkl be. in his opinion, a deficit in
the Ineular revenues, which were!
Targely recruited from the sugar in
dattry. -Atkins sUAted that a 50 per cent
reduction of duties was desired on
the various large products of the isl
and, but In response to inquiries firm;
Parne. h said that the surr Indus-
try felt they should have a 100 pen,ong as the tariff sha11 last
cent, redaction. Atkins stated that
Um opposition to Ctiban reciprocity
mme from special sources, namely
the domestic beet sugar industry, the
Hawaiian planters and the sugar In
terests of Porto Rico aad Louisiana,
aggregating S90.000 tons production.
To Payae he stated that a very large
percentage of the Cuban sugar Indus-'
trjr w owned by citizens of the Unit
Hugh Kelly of New York, who has od seat to President Roosevelt anl
larfte sugar holdings in Cuba, said to Congress.
that as an American he urged that
teelprocftl concessions be made. He HAWAIIAN RELIEF SOCIETY.
bftiteved that If there was no recipro-,
e Cub would aak for annexation. MeetSn Hed and OK?cers Elec.eo- fcr
Jf this oecnrred tne vlce of the Aw, the ERSutn Year
rfran people would be tor admitting At y,. 3Raa., meetlag of tnf Ha.
&ie island. wailaa Relief 5ocl?t.v held vesterday
Mendowt of the Cuban delegation j following olScers for the ensuing
pictured the dtetre if pre?eat coadKy,,. Wre picti
rtous were continued, and said the; Mr 5 n .,Un ras,ant. AfM 0
low ea the sugar, crop this year
would approximate 512.tOo.H'- He
Strongly favored the free admission
of sugar and reciprocal concessions
on American goods entering Cuba.
PD1?JIT HDTV! PT IWi At yesterday's meeting the Hawaii-
UllDiil iillUll fLilI0,an Relief Society affiliated with the
. Associated Charities of Hawaii.
WASHINGTON. D. C Jan. 12.-1
The William McKinley National,
Memorial Arch AssocUUon having!
yielded the field of popular subscrlp-
ijn to thp MoKlnlev Narinti.ii Mn.'
fecial Association forme! to ma a Zsiltln'Sls branch of thTwoi? "emed " counteracts any tendency ; Agents for Fire. Marine. Life. Acd
ncsument at Canton, his prepare! a,ar. -ordjan.. fnrtPl . aftf.rt tk (.a toward paenmonla. Sola brjdent and Employers' Uability insur
K" which will be inlrolaMi In -'nn. ,T . UJ , , . attend. The.e aU deaiejg druggists. Bensoa. lance Companies.
I..-. which will be IntroJtKn In .on wlI1 be voca! 6 instrumental music ,' Smith & Co, agents for. Hawaii. insnrancToffiee. 924 Bethel Street
gross thfe week as the M-s!S for its
(' Utre action. Tils step -i taken af
ter conference with promineat S?n
j stars aad Representatives and noon
tfce ademaadiag that Congress is to
jmptM? a suitable memorial for Pres
J 1 Lincoln and the kowled? tl at
h ha already made aa appropnation
for a morament here to faosor of Gen. (
Toe WasahtgtoB arch at Waiting-j
mentation. $2?6,Mfc It might con
' pomewbat. more to dnpHcate it cor m
j similar white marble. So that the
! range of cos of such a meroria! as
. is proposed for President McKinley
aajr be said to be from a quarter of a
mlllioa dollars up, according to the
' size aad amount of ornamentation.
All that is asked now, however, is
that a commission shall be created to
select a site, secure a plan, and re
port to Congress.
ROOT WANTS PRIVATE
WASHINGTON. D C. Jan. 11
The Secretary of War asks that
Congress authorize the War Depart
ment to make a contract with a pri
vate company to carry its supplies
and men to atyl from San Francisco.
This will result in the establishment
GANE SUGAR HEN
HAKE THEIR PROTEST
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 9. Many '
Louisiana cane sugar growers. in
be helped by the remission by our
government of the sugar duties levied
under the Dingley tariff. We protest,
because this method singles us
out from amons a" the S0DS of onr
American country as the victims
whose substance is to enrich the cane)
Holds of Cuba.
"We nrotest rnminst their .lom '
lw&ntCrt tllitt 1C11 vxiotal In ,-. KM -, I
ing a rate 'of tariff on agricultural j
... . ... , " '"
""'"' "" mmumc l" l"Jre us so
w tn,st tBat consideration of j
this protest will prevent any govern
mental actions on the lines laid down
by the Cuban delegates; we trust
so in our Interests as well as inbose
, ,, ,
of our fellow-American beet sugar
producers, our vegetable and fruit
growers, and our tobacco planters of
the United States."
Copies of the protest were order-
- . LF l. UU.A4, , -. J.
Parker.' 1st vice-president; Miss Lucv
Peabody. 2nd vice-president: 3Irs. J,
F. Bowler, treasurer; Mrs. EL S.
Cunha. secretary Mrs. J. O. Carter.
Mrs. C. Holloway, Mrs. John Ena
Mrs. Nawahl. Mrs. Chas. Clark. x,itl,
the above oSicers. constitute the
board of directors. "
Y. W. C. A. Tea.
The physical committee of the Y.
w - C- A. will give an afternoon tea
at the hom f Mrs- A. B. Wood.
uuanu avenue, on Monday after
uwuh. oegianjng Si j:ju o Ciock. All
I J . .s ... . .,
Time Is Coming When
This Will Be.
F80TEGTI0K OF THE ISDiriDUAl,
Northwestern Railway Merger May
Ha?e Deep and Vital
Heads of Organizations Lunch With
the President Enormous Labor
Interests Involved Trainmen
Greatly Disturbed Over the Mer
ger and Predict General Shading
of Wages Unless It Is Prevented.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 11. The
northwestern railway merger may
have a deep and vital significance for
organized labor. Monopoly is almost
always inimical to labor. Reduce the
number of employers in any impor
tant line of business, and wages and
tenure of service are' directly affected
The Northern Securities company is.
for the labor world, a monopoly, and
'it is evident that the locomotive en
gneers, firemen, conductors, switch
men, telegraphers and trainmen gen
erally have nothing to gain as the
result of its continuance.
The heads of the great rail
way labor organization launched
by appointment with the Presi
dent yesterday, and the confer
ence which followed lasted until after
3 o'clock. The Attorney General of
the United States was present, and
! the Secretary of Agriculture. The
conference may be very important, i
Should government supervision be-!
come the policy of the Roosevelt ad-,
ministration; should the president!
continue to advocate increased power1
for the inter-state commerce commis
sion, which Is one form of sovern-
irent supervision; yesterday's lunch'
j and conference will be looked back
. axp muimuS IUC Ul-Slliuiug Ul CU
operation .between the administration
and organized labor in order to bring
these things about. '
Those who say they know the pur-
nose cf yesterday's conference claim!
that the President, who for weeks has
ueen studying the northwestern rail-
way erser from the view point of
the statutes said to be involved, the
probable effect of the merger on rates,
and the discriminations which it may
make possible, at last reached the
position where he wanted to study it
from the view point of the enormous
labor interests which are involved.
He wanted to know whether the mer
ger, in the opinion of the heads of
the great railway brotherhoods, was
to be regarded as a menace to labor '
Back of the conference is the fact,
now well established, that the train
men and employes generally of the
Northern Pacific railway are greatly
disturbed over the merger, and pre
dict that unless it can be prevented,
there will be a general shading bf
wages, to correspond with existing
"" wm practices or tne Ureat
Trtf hnrn T7tlw
hI Z TLVJZ "fflEata.bXisb.ed XXX 185B.
...w u..u.u. tc-ir.o luat
l"c v,u,e 1! '"'J coming wnen there
musi oe government supervision of
tailroads. and that he already favors!
tns as a solution of the railway prob-
1pm. Tho PrncMnTt In M ..,.
nH, Mi -,.,'.'.,. ,:f '
;,;,'" v ""&cu i'"",6 Ior micr"
; u, . co",m,5,on- ana ie.; of credit issued on The Bank of Calif
too. thinks, that government supervis-1 ornia, and N. M. Rothchild & Sons,
,' ,"'"';' i vV , , 1
on in some form must be the ultimate
result, if railway combinations are' Correspondents: The Bank of Califor
to continu . The arsnment for sn-1 nia; Commercial Banking Co. of
psrvision is the nrotection nf tho tn
dividual, whether shipper or employe. !
LAW TO AID RELIGION.
Court to be Asked to Prevent Bishop
Turnina Out ConnrKnn
The Rev. Alexander Mackintosh iV,
about to seek the aid of the court
t? prevent Bishop Willis turning the!
Second Congregation out of d x r? .
Facers are now being prepared for'
tne proposed suit. Mr. Mackintosh
5, ,,,,. ,,.,. ., . .... ... j
th crr. "- " '. Manage estates (real and personal),
the Second Congregation can worship Collect rents and ajridends. Valuable
in s. Andrew s Cathedral on the com-, papers. Wills. Binds, etc, received for
Ing Sunday. - safe keeping.
An 4hi, a ."" , ... J ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT.
An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off.
"Some time aero mv dauchter causht Auditors for Corporations and Prl
a severe cold. She complained of pains vate Krms- Books examined and re
in her chest and had a bad cough. I Prted on- Statements of Affairs pre
gave her Chamberlain's Cough Rem- P311- Trustees on Bankrupt or In
edy according to directions and in two ' solvent Estates.
days, she was well and able to go to , 0Sce 9, . Bthel stree.
school. I have used this remedv in ...:... B-tneI btret
my family for the past seven years
and have never known It to fall," says
James Prendergast merchant Annot-
.Paj'JamaI St.I?d fends.
The pains in the chest Indicated an '
approaching attack of pneumonia. '
which In this instance was undoubted-'
ly warded off br Chamberlain's Concn
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