Frederick William Holls recommends the appointment of James R. Sheffield as Commissioner of Emigration at Ellis Island, New York. Holls has been carefully monitoring the situation in Mexico and believes there may be a forthcoming treaty for obligatory arbitration.
Frederick Holls has heard there is Japanese opposition to John Barrett being appointed Minister to Japan. Holls believes that Barrett will perform well in this position and thinks that the Japanese are causing difficulties in order to display their equality with the great powers. There is the pos...
Frederick W. Holls considers the submission of the Venezuelan crisis to the Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague to be a triumph for the Roosevelt administration. He congratulates President Roosevelt on this achievement.
Frederick W. Holls would like to know if President Roosevelt will be attending the dinner for Vajiravudh, the crown prince of Siam. Holls believes that public opinion is with Roosevelt regarding the Anthracite Coal Strike and against the operators.
Frederick William Holls denies the rumor that he authored a report claiming that Ambassador von Holleban would need to be recalled. Holls speculates that the "blackmailer and forger" Mr. Witte may be behind the rumor.
Frederick William Holls encourages President Roosevelt to write a complimentary letter to Ambassador White upon his retirement. He also believes the situation is ideal for the purchase of land in Panama for an interoceanic canal.
Frederick William Holls is concerned about the Alaskan boundary agreement and insists that under international law the agreement constitutes an attempt at arbitration. Holls fears the political effects of the treaty and would like to discuss the issue further with President Roosevelt.
There is a boundary dispute between the United States, Canada, and Great Britain. Frederick William Holls is concerned about the potential consequences of arbitration or a treaty on American interests.
Frederick William Holls argues against joining Great Britain and Japan in their opposition to the Russian annexation of Manchuria. He believes that friendship with Russia is very important and that Russian and American interests do not seriously conflict. Holls will be unable to serve as an "...