Newspaper Page Text
f 1 0 $ ai i K -3, in K THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, igor. FIVE T r bj A E i I I: M l! r, I K.. ?; Vr $ so I If ft a la I I P C . ij OHCLE Si Will KEEP OUT CHINESE New Bill Prepared "by (she Immigration Officials. M08E STfilNGEHT THAH OLD LAW MANY NEW FEATURES ADDED AS THE RESULT OF LONG EXPERIENCE. Very Severe P coal tie Provided for Tbwe Vbe in Any Way Assist "Is Sure te Pass. WAKHIXOTON. Dec 6. The Chi- exelnsion bill in preparation by of the Bureau of Immigra tion was completed tonight. It is the result of suggestions from the Pacific Coast Congressmen, particularly Kaon of California, aad embodies suggested by experience In enforcing the present laws. This bill will be considered tomorrow morning at a conference of the Pacific Slope delegation, it is thought probable that Senator Perkins will introduce the bill in the Senate and Kahn in the House. The substance of the bill is as follows: Section 1 provides that all Chinese except those provided for lB the Dill shall be refused a landing in the United States ot Its territories, and be returned to China or the country whence they came at the expense of the transportation company bringing. them. Section 2 requires masters of vessels to detain any Chinese entering any port over which the United State has authority until a decision is reached as to the right of such person to land. Section I provides that neglect or failure for any reason of a master to detain such Chinese shall be punishable by a fine of $1000, or imprisonment for one year, or both, and all clearance papers shall be withheld from any vessel belonging to any company whose agents Infringe the law until such fine is paid. Section 4 requires the master to deliver to the Collector of Customs or other official designated for the iwse manifests of Chinese to land and their final destina tion, with full particulars of age, sex, status, etc. Section 5 provides the penalty for suture to furnish these manifest Section provides tor the examination of Chinese and their baggage. Section 7 provides for the punishment cf any persons as principals or eeeaaorles who bring in or attempt to bring in or who conspire or plot to briag in. Chinese unlawfully. The peasitv is fixed at $1000 fine and imprisonment for not less than one Section 8 provides for the seizure of ny vesurt whose master knowingly violates the provisions of the law. ' .Section 9 declares that no Chinese jMrtons other than officials of the Oainese Government, teachers, merchants, travelers for curiosity or pleasure or returning laborers and merchants shall be permitted to eater the United States or its territories. Section le requires that a consular eaitlncate Identifying the Chinese hearing It shall be secured at the Jkert of embarkation. This certificate mart specify the social status of the weraon In the countrv he leaves. Section 11 provides for the deliver? of a list by th Chinese Government of the persons who are officials of said Government, and who desire (0 visit the United States or Its territories in their official capacity. This action is made necessary because Of the bogus claim of certain Chinese that they are Government officials. Section IS defines a Chinese teacher as oae who has been engaged fr two vears in giving instructions in the higher branches of Chinese education, and requires that not onlv uum h prove his qualifications, but give satisfactory evidence that complete arrangements have been made for his iastruetorvhir in a college or university, and that this wilt be his sole occupation while In the United States. Sectlrn 13 defines a Chinese student as a person who has acquired a sufficient knowledge of the English language and of preparatory courses to enable htm to enter at oace into aa institution of learning to fit himself in branches not obtainable in his n etna try. and requires that complete arrangements must have een mad hte maintenance during his whole course of study. Section 14 defines a merchant as oae who is owner in his individual j right is whole or in part of the business described In his consular eert'lcate a least a year prior to the date thereof: that snch business is precisely as described, red that he has the means and has completed necessary arrangements for becoming owner In whole or in part of a bona fide mercantile business In the United States at some fixed place, the premises and business of which have bo connection with a laundry, lodging-house, restaurant barber shop or factory, and wherein neither pawnhrrking. gambling, lottery opium smoking nor any pursuit or amtt&enieat other than the sale of merchandise is conducted or permitted. Section 15 requires that a Chinese person traveling for curiosity or pleasure shall establish. the facts that he is In possession of means to defray oxponses; that his financial tnd class standing in his country Is 'such as to Ieavo no reasonable, doubt of Ms alleged perpoee in visiting this cooa try; that be has arranged for a ctaed itinerary la this cosstry. &sd that apoa coadesfoit of tills Itinera 17 he "bIU immediately depart from the Catted States. Section 16 defines a retaraiag or domiciled merchant as one who was orer is whole or part of sack a badness as described in section 14; that he retains such Interest aad can establish by test of credible witnesses other than Chinese that for a year prior to departnre he was owner, as delated, la his own right and that iarteg such time he was not perform-lag skilled or unskilled labor. Such evidence. howeTer. may be by the oQdate examining sach Section 17 provides that a duly registered laborer retaining to this coontry shall prove to the satisfaction of the Hatted States officials that he possesses a lawfal certificate; that at least a month prior to departure he had made application for a eertincate of his right to return; that when he claims to hare a wife and children In this country the officials may investigate such claim: tnat when he claims to be returning to collect a debt due he must nrove it In the Violation of the Law BUI bona ga and that no property nas been cotora&iy acquired ror tne pur pose of evading the law; that the minimum debt collectable shall be $1000. Section IS requires the filing of applications of Chinese persons for leave to depart, and provide numerous safeguards to prevent false impersonation. Section 19 prescribes heavy penal issuing tab. or forged certificates. Section 20 provides for the cancellation of all certificates when the Chinese in question have not returned to the United States within two years of the date of issuance. The rest of the bill incorporates Kahn's bill providing for appeals from the decisions of United States commissions and fixing bonds on appeal. WELLINGTON OSTRACIZED BY FELLOW SENATORS CHICAGO, Dec. 5. Poor Senator Wellington! He sits in the Senate chamber alone, unnoticed, untalked to, uncared for, almost a man without a country. Since the assembling of Congress last Monday it is said that not one of his colleagues has so much as spoken to him beyond a polite chillingly polite "Good morning." Wellington's conversational pleasures at the capltol are confined to brief talk3 with the page boys on the floor of the Senate chamber and the colored waiters In the restaurant down stairs. If he had it to do over again the statesman from Maryland would undoubtedly avoid criticism of the nation's beloved dead. LUZON PORTS CLOSED. Insurgents Found to Be Receiving Too Many Supplies. MANILA, Dec. 5. General Chaffee has issued orders for the closing of all ports in the Laguna and Batangas provinces. The quartermasters there will cease paying rents to the Filipinos for buildings used for military purposes, as it is known that a large proportion of the money finds its way to the insurgents in the shape of contributions, and General Chaffee says that no more government funds shall find their way Into the hands of the enemy. The reason for closing tho ports is that too many supplies are found to bo getting into the possession of the insurgents. Genoral Chaffee intends to glvo General Bell. commanding the troops In tho Batangas provinceevory assistance he may require to subdue the Insurrection. Governor Taft is Improving rapidly and now expects to return to the United States on the transport Grant, which will leave before Christmas. CLASHES WITH A CORPORATION. Justice Jerome Tries to Bring Street Car Line to Time. XEW YORK, Dec. 5. Justice Jerome struck out on a new line of reform this afternoon. On his way to the Criminal Court Building he boarded a cross-town ho-se car on Grand street. At the Fowory tnd Broome street the ctr stopped pad the passengers were invited to "take the car ahead." The Justice did so, but ho didn't seem pleased about it. When the second car reached Grand and Center streets the conductor shouted: "Ye'll have to get out of here." "I'll be if I do!" retorted the Judge. "X paid my fare for a continuous ride and I'm going to get It." -The Justice rode around in the car till late this afternoon, refusing to pay an additional fare and insisting that tho car should cover tho entire route indicated by the signs on the front platform. Finally he quit Keep the Army Transports. From the Army and Naval Journal In a personal letter an officer of the army says: "I hope the Journal Trill fight tooth and nail against abolishing the army transport system. Ther is no doubt a big syndicate tha like to get our transports at aalf, quarter or one-tenth their worth, and then transport our troops and supplies at their own rates. V ,.n ,,-.,-, - 8 N frN MrUKflM.X 8 UUIIUUIULU IU.I.UIIHIIIU ii 5 proving. His fever and pains have ceased. His appetite has improved and he Is sleeping better. German newspapers assert that Baron von Reisswitz has been dismissed from the army by order of Emperor William. The report comes from the Astoria; Ontinn Vrtr "T". 1- Vin IfaiiPina ties for false impersonation and for ' "" til nlX aJTVa' tZa fBarrymore. the actor, was dying tnd might pass away very soon Matthew Buckland cut his throat with a razor when passing through Port Clinton. He had a ticket from Toledo to New York aad a letter In his pocket - According to the Colon correspondent of the Herald General Alban, Governor of the Department of Panama, has sent a peace commission to meet General Domingo Diaz. Kings Plaster Mills at New Brighton, Staten Island, said to be the largest plant of Its kind in the country, was destroyed by fire Dec. 3. The loss Is estimated at $100,000. Emperor Francis Joseph has sum-. moned the leaders of the Polish party In the Reichsrath and has appealed to them to exercise their Influence to lessen this feeling. There is a report that Charles T. Yerkes present visit to the United States is undertaken primarily to arrange a syndicate to gain control of the English National Telephone Company's stock. Another move in the Cripple Creek rate war was made Dec. 3, when the Colorado Springs &. Cripple Creek District Railway Company made a rate of SO cents for the round trip between this city and Cripple Creek. Tho fifth annual convention of the National live stock association be gan at the Studebaker Theatre, Chicago Dec. 3, nearly L000 delegates present. It is expected that the convention will be in session several days. The trial of the new Holland submarine boat Fulton seems to have been a pronounced success. She was under water for over fifteen hours with a full crew and several naval officers aboard. Expenditures to be made by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for new equipment for the year 1902 will break all records and establish a figure which will probably never again be approached by any railroad com pany In the world. The First National Bank of Balls- ten, N. Y.. was closed Dec. 3, pending an Investigation by a National bank examiner. It Is stated that the closing of the bank's doors followed the discovery of irregularities In the accounts of the teller. A tragedy characteristically Paris-Ian occurred In the heart of that city Nov. 26. At the corner of the Boulevard des Capucines and the Place dp l'Opera a husband shot his faithless wife and her lover In full vtew of hundreds of people. In about a hundred London and provincial journals there appears a striking page advertisement appealing to patriotic British smokers to boycott American importations. The advertisement Is supposed to have cost fully 7,000 for one day. The monthly comparative statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Government shows that during November, 1901, the receipts amounted to $45,6.776, and the expenditures $40,199,916. which leaves a surplus for the month of $5,517,660. The stumpage of the old pine forests In Minnesota. Michigan and Wisconsin is now selling at $S and $9 per thousand feet, the price at which the best lumber was once selling In the industry when stumpage was only worth 50 cents per thousand feeL James Alvord, the famous outlaw who assisted in the Cochise ind Fairbanks robbery on tho Southern Pacific in Arizona, was killed Nov. 25. while trying to hold up a messeaspr with the pay roll for the Sonor, Mexico Mining Company at Sonora. According to the London dent of the World Thomas P. Goudle, the bookkeeper who has just been arrested on the charge of defrauding the Bank of Liverpool of at least ZZT $S5.000 JrJiTT of forged checks se- The voyage to and from our insular J possessions Is a long, weary hard-1 J the " "" M uls snare OI ship to our troops, and no chartered vessels have yet been properly provided for half way decent care of our troops air space, cooking convenience and hospital accommodations. Our roops go but little better off than hor.as or cattle on chartered boats, and no private enterprise can bo relied upon for good service at least any equal to that on our own transports. I consider them as necessary for our foreign service as guns for oar arttlery, as horses for our cavalry." Up-to-date job printis at The Rei publican office. Phone 21S. proceeds. Tjfe Southern Pacific Company has evidently not secured possession of the entire right of way for the new double track lln& from San Francisco to San Jose, two more suits to condemn certain pieces of property near Mountain View were filed In the Superior Court Not. 25. Announcememt will socn be made by the Norfolk and Western Railroad that its management has concluded a coal for the acquisition of the Pochostas Coal and Coks Company the recently formed $40,000,000 coxnbl&atioa. owing extensive ultu tuis ia Tlrgisia. !. g - In 2 From the tax on bicycles France collected last year 5,509.000 francs, j Charles Coppinger. one of the! wealthiest cattle men of Texas, died;! Dec. t. at Colorado City. Dr. James H. TYIkoff has stated that former President Cleveland was' recovering from his cold. j A dispatch to the Standard says' 130 persons perished in the repeat earthquakes at Erzeroum. Pasadena, CaL, has taken the preliminary steps to submit to a vote a proposition for abond issue of 5.500.-000. It is rumored that Germany has notified Austria of her intention to withdraw the German Consulate at altogether. It Is said that Lord Kitchener has again applied for a number of staff officers from India, to be sent forthwith to South Africa. The health of Count Tolstoi is im g : Yo ur lee "Will be left at your door every morning andjdll be clear, card and pure If you are a customer of ours. We have better facilities or producing a pore Ice than any other firm and complaints about our service are rare. IF YOU ARE NOT getting your Ice frocf us and are dissatisfied, give us a trial IF YOU ARE a customer of ours and have any complaint let us know about It and we will rectify the difficulty at once. The Hawaiian Electric Go.. Ltd. Z3t&&3tXXX3&&g& KIIMC3 STRE Telephone 390. :iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITIITin IIIIIIYIIi;iYtHTTTTTT' BUY YOUR -A CHINESE SILKS IN EVERY DESIGN AND SHADE. . PLUM PUDDINGS MINCE MEAT TUBKEYS FROM: H. MAY & CO,, Ltd. Boston Block. Telephones, 22, 24, 92. CHRISTMAS j GOODS at Goo jjfAirn s VXZiCGOGGO&QGOQO&GGQGty&& 9XQQXQQiGXXKQGCXCQGQQ Theo. H. Davi Fort Street. P. 0. Box 386. CLOAKS, PIANO COVERS, CREPES, CHINESE CURIOS, ETC., ETC. v O FpedPhilpftBpo. HARNESS MANUFACTURERS AND REPAIRERS Wright Binlding, King St PHONE BLTTE 2851. es & Co., SCGAR FAGTORS. TJCPO&TEKS OF COMMISSION MERCHANTS r AGENTS FOB Ltd r .XIIiriIIIllirriiiixxHnrYTTrrTTT!8t!ryT!rgTTXirTttJ OPEN A BOTTLE of "PRIMO" and you will find a beer of absolute purity made of the finest selected hops and barley. Beers that are shipped long distances must be fortified and the acids used for this purpose are very injurious to the health. $? PRIMO LAGER is a home brew made and delivered in Honolulu and recommended by leading physicians as the best tonic for mind and body. Contains no fortification. A case consists of two doz quarts which we will deliver to your home. Tel your orders to brewery, Main 341. S M 1M i i Si ! 0 O I General fllerohstpdise Canadian-Australian Steamsnip line Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). -, " Canadian Pacific Bailway Co. PlOKEEX LUTB OF PlOXlXS JBOM LlTSlPODL Je3K3tCC3X?t33CCCC 8!8 i. 1 . B gm ft V zl LI 4s? anta Glaus Siirarise ! I ! Union v IN SHAP5 OF ON: TOYS Bought from Ma to the 10 th of Dsoember. REMEMBER ONLY TILL THE 10th. .;::spaes: 3 IIBGDSGOUNTI M g V JUST OPENED, a large stock of goods ordered before intentloa of c altering front of store. All must be cleared out. H EX W. JTOiRjDIS:, Fort Street. Gas Engines STATIONARY i2S MARINE Agents ron H QTJTTrTTsT S &-TELEPHONE, MAUN" 276. We Ml You For Tour Trade H o i o H X o " o H o x o 2 o raaEET'. Having made largo additions to or machinery, we are now able to launder Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Slips, Napkins and Towels at the rate of 25 cents per DOZEN CASH. h Strictly Op-to-Dale and Sanitary Laundry 5aiitary 5tear iatir?dry ?o., ltd. Ring up MAIN 73, and our wagons will call for your work. UOOQQyX2QQQOCX)QQQQQOOOOQQQQOQQQQQZXyy California harness Siiop Fort Street, Opposite Club Stables. nflNUFdCTUKERS OF SINGLE DOUBLE DRAY DELIVERY EXPRESS CARRIAGE Mil TIP ITPflfl 111 REPAIRING eL D. O. HAMMAN. one: dollar Is not a great deal of money, but it will give you a BROWNIE OAMEFRA And give you more genuine pleasure than you ever had for that amount of money. "The Brownie" has a perfect lens and take3 a picture two Inches square. Call and see them at Honolulu Co. i : B10JR.T TTKISTt g The Oriental Life Insurance Co., Ltd. CAPITAL STOCK, :::::::::::::;: $500,000,00 The only insurance company In the world issuing policies in both tho ENGLISH and CHINESE languages. Policies contain all modern advantages of the endowment and other forms issued by the leading companies. Governed by the safest insurance systems. The pioneer Chinese-American company. Telephone MAIN 75. HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Stanaenwald Bidan Honolulu, T. H. Getting tor Christmas! AND YOUR WIFE is wondering already what ahs is going to get COME AND SEE our furniture, some of the latest, prettiest and most up-to-date things In town are in our store awaiting your Inspection. HENRY M. WILLImS. LOVE BUILDING, 1146-1148 FORT ST.. mi mo- imilll TOllfiEO fii, LTI . OF COURSE! DIdyou ever try a really good Mexican cigar 1 We are selling them at Jufc now... Drop In and sample one. Cor. Xna&aa aad Hexchant Sts. asA Hotel St opp. BetfceL P. O. Box 97S.