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HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ao, igo.i.
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Paris, France, Nov. i o, -l?rancc
' has recognized the tie facto govern
i inent of Panama.
Colon, Nov. 12. Martial law has
1 been tlechiretl at Barraniuilla, the
i principal seaport city of Colombia.
Panama, November u. Admiral jby ,,im '" coniiL-ction with territorial
Glass in command of the Pacific niuI "" items i" the loan bill.
Squadron arrived at the isthmus ' Askc(1 whnt ,lc I'dievcil to be tcr
today. ritorial ns opposed to county items,
mr. warier saw: "j consaler any
"I'KKItlTOItV AM) UOU.NTV ITIJJIS.
What Sprretarj Thinks or Dmiiimt
Unilr I.iiiiii Art.
Honolulu, Nov. n. Secretary
of the Territory Carter was seen
this afternoon by a Bulletin reporter
with reference to statements made
Washington, November io. The
item that is for the benefit of the
territory as a whole autl which will '
cruiser Boston has been ordered not
tffl fillntt tfin Intwlitirr rC f"r1rtiltint
troops at isthmian ports. ;cS,,lU in ail.y T '"!, thc asscls H HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.,
. ( to be a territorial item.
wasnington, inov. 13.-11 was Continuing, Mr. Carter said:
officially stated today that no J "County buildings which pay no
"" "" "-w-" rem 10 ine icrruory, wiucli are
Of (iotlicnburg, Sweden
Assets (Home Office) .... 7,3M,o,3.3&
Assets In U. S. (for Aililltlnnnl Security or Ajuericnii Policy Holders) 656,678.43
Pacific Coast Department : liDWARI) 1IROWN & SONS, General Agents
411-413 CaHfornin St., San Francisco.
Rosiclont Agents, HILO
to the Isthmus of Panama,
Tientsin, China, Nov. 13. Re
ports were received here today of a
conflict between Russian and Chi
nese troops near the Manchurian
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
turned over to the respective
counties with thc land upon which
they are situated and which are not
assessed behind the bonds, are
purely county affairs.
"The sewerage system, with
Washington, Nov. 13. President charges based on 6 per cent of the!
Roosevelt today granted an audience 1 M'' vcmi "" me revenues
.toPhilipcBunauvarilla, the diplo- iof w,llch B t0 l,lc coumy aml t,lc,
matic agent of the revolutionary ! expenditure being for one county,.
government of Panama. ' u,c ouiers' ,s unruiy a proper,
Chicago, Nov. 12. Three thous
and employes of the Chicago City
Railway went out on a strike today.
I They demand an increase of wages
and recognition of the union.
Helena, Montana, Nov. 10. A
special session of the Montana Leg
islature has been called to consider
the industrial situation of the State
! arising from the shutting down of
1 work in the mines
Washington, Nov. 10. A peti
I tion from the Filipino Chamber of
1 Commerce at Manila was presented
I to Congress today calling lor the
I abolition of tariff charges on all
Washington, Nov. 13. The Cu
ban bill making the reciprocity
treaty effective was reported in the
House this morning. Action was
. delayed in order togive the minority
time to prepare its report.
Washington, Nov. 10. Senator
' Morgan, who has been a vigorous
antagonist of the Panama isthmian
canal route, will not hold thechair-
1 mauship of the reorganized canal
! committee of the Senate.
Washington, Nov. 10. Presi
dent Roosevelt's message to the ex
tra session of Congress was read in
I both Houses this morning. The I
I President confines himself exclu
isivclj to a request for legislation
1 that will insure reciprocity with
I Chicago, Nov. 13. The .street
railway strike has caused a general
blockade of traffic in the city but
j has not thus far been marked by
! untoward incidents. A few cars
01 tnc otiiers. is
expenditure of the proceeds of our
bonds. To expend money raised
by loan.? in that way might raise a
question as to the validity of the
bond itself. Capital in New York
up to the point of the expenditure
of the money is perfectly satisfied
but it must pay some attention to
the expenditures itself.
"Personally, so far as the estab
lishment of county government is
concerned, I should desire to see it
a success. It will allow freer ex
pression of the wishes of the people
and will permit of local legislation
by the supervisors in many matters
without the necessity of awaiting
the biennial session of the Legisla
ture It will mean the handling
by each county of its own affairs
and will mean the development of
the people into citizens more inter
ested in the public affairs of their
own respective counties.
"However, from the start, the
two forms of government terri
torial and county should be sepa
rate and distinct. If territorial
money is to be expended on county
matters why should not county
money be expended on territorial
matters? The two forms can be
operatetl as independent of each
other as the Federal is from the ter
ritorial. "We have to pay two cents on
each letter sent out from this office
Is your property, household goods or
merchandise insured? IC linT urny MOTO
In case of fire would " nul ""' "Ul
you be a heavy loser without a fire
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
fieneral Agents of
The Insurance Company of North America
The New Zeiiland Insurance Company
The Westchester Hire Insurance Company
The Fidelity Insurance Company
The Canton Marine Insurance Company
JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, H. T.
""""lB " I HAINIER BOTTLING WORKS I
I L flh 1 AGENTS, HONOLULU I
1 THE ONY
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For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made and Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Crop
1 and yet the taxes of the community
1 through the customs go toward the SPECIAL ATTENTION
support 01 use ceucnu uovcrnuieut.
"A taxpayer on Kauai pays one
half his taxes to the Territory and
one-half to the county. He certain
ly expects to get different matters
attended to by the two different
governments and I claim that it is
not a matter of indifference with
the taxpayer of Kauai how the
ttimtotr 1i tvi c in iu .titttt TT t
have been run over the lines and were, thell where wouU, bc tllc g00(l
ol keeping the money separate.
"Now then as to purely territorial
items. Under this head you have
the public buildings, including the
school buildings. Thc appropria
tion is $537,000. The insane asylum
is a good illustration since it would
benefit every part of thc country.
"The appropriation of $447,500
for harbors is purely territorial.
This, you see, will not be exclu
sively for Honolulu. It would af
fect every nook and corner in the
territory. Here again is another
territorial item pure and simple.
"The point where the decision is
difficult and hard to differentiate is
IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
although strikers have made demon
strations no serious difficulties have
Washington, Nov. 12. President
Roosevelt's Cuban message was to
day referred to the Ways and
Mean Committee of the House.
Chairman Payne introduced the ad
ministration measure which makes
1 effective the reciprocity treaty rati
jfied at the last session of the Sen-
ate and later accepted by the Cuban
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Colon, Nov. 13. The announce
ment that Panama had declared its
' independence and that other foreign
'powers had recognized it, created
an anti-American tumult in Cartha-
to the brand
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Sulphato of Potash
Nltrato of Soda
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and results in development, the
item should be territorial, although
in time such a road might be turned
over to the coutitv. Primnrilv. flu.
There were street cries of aHsets of the Territory as a whole
to l'anamans ami Amen
cans!" unitetl btates Consul In
gersoll shut himself up in the cdn
sulate. At Harranquilla Vice-Con-1 ,.f ' Inight say iu COIlcUlsion tIint
sul Lovelace was stoned but escaped I took up this matter with Mr.
unhurt. There are fears (or the Dole before he signed the loan act
safftv nf AmeriMim nn.l ntli.r but he does not seem to remember
When purchasing be sure that iu addition
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It is ;imy tellrf iht wK anew, "" y,W WUI ,,ot u getting the gciimiic article.
road or bridge opens up new land
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A large stock of Diamond A and our
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I. O. UOX 7G7,
C. M. CQOKK, President.
K, K. lHSHOP, Treasurer.
G. II, HOIIIJRTSON, Auditor
O. R. CARTIJR. Vicc-Pres. and MuuaKcr.
J. P. CQOICI', Secretary.
K. I). TF.NNUY, C. II. ATIIF.RTON, Dirccto
it. I developed my ideas about the
mrirtitr ntwl ltnrl tlntii clmttu'1 ittln n
Carthagcna and Harranquilla are " ,Btter mul sent to Washington Arnr-
two ports on the Caribbean Sea 5th, shortly after Mr. Dole signed
I coast of Colombia, situated about the bill. You can see, therefore,
300 miles from Colon and are the that this is no new idea with me.
ports from which Colombian gov I 'I'd not make it public then but
1 ' . ... when I came back a banker came
1 eminent troops for service in the l0 Ulc nml cae(l my attention to
1 Panama district would embark, the matter, asking me my opinion.
I Carthagcna is a cits of about 20.000 I then told him I had gone into the
neonle. and the other nort has a m!Uler .aml . wolll(l Kl"d to take
,.:.. .- i. ,.. it up with hun. His point was un-
,iu,uh.u... u, ..Muui .,u,u. x, quesUonaJrtythe effect ofthenalllre
1808 an Italian squadron blockaded r n.,. i.vm.nili!im. -.. ti. i..io
Carthagena until the government , nud since he was a possible bidder, J
settled an arbitration award made! he wanted to know just where he '""
by President Cleveland. stood." v rite
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