Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 14, 1905, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
EVISNINO uflLtfiTlN. HONOLULU, T H , THURSDAY, DHC 14, 1905,
For Saturday Only
Kimono Dressing Sacques
The kind made of Kimono Handkerchiefs
1 On Sale Saturday Only
Hats for Christmas
IS STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE
As a special inducement to get your Holiday
trade, beginning tomorrow wc will give
A STERLING SILVER BROOCH
with every LadieslTrimmcd Hat, and
A CHAIN PURSE
with all Children's Trimmed Hats
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
FOR 8ALE BY
Association directors anil Chamber ot
Commerce trustees a cablegram was
authorized to be sent K. M. Hatch, the
Chamber's Washington rcpresentatUe,
to the effect that the commercial
Miodlcs are ready to send on a commit-
tco or business men to work for the
materialization of the President's rec
ommendations to Congress that this
Territory bo shon, for, say, twenty
years, 70 per cent of the Internal re
emie and uistoms receipts for fortifi
cations and Imprcnements.
It was understood that the cable
should ask of Hatch whether the plan
vns ngrccamo to him,
Business Men Dally
In Re Backing
SWANZY HEADS CONSERVATIVE LIST
As the only result of the JolnUmcet- Ington as Mr. Hatch to urge any claims
Ins yesterday afternoon of Merchants'! we may have. If Mr. Hatch feels that
he requires assistance, that will b
glcn him. If he feels that more In
fluence may be brought to bear by a
committee from here, then I say let
Bitch a committee go forward, Tho
Milue of such a committee would time
to depend upon Its personnel. Wo
would not want to send any man along
who lould not engage the attention ot
"Therefore I would suggest that be
fore an j tiling be done In the wny of
dieting men to go; forwnrd, that Mr.
Hatch, the aicrvdlted rcprescntntUc of
the Chamber of Commerce, be asked It
he uteris any help In this matter, and
This meeting did not nltogethcr ro-lr 0' .hc " wo," ,lll(.. 8,,,lh a l,om
veal that unanimity of opinion which mltte?. ,0 K?."' ' ,,ol,t u"ow hw
might have been expected of a gather
Ingiiallcd to baik proposed benefits
for all. The question whether Mr. K.
M. Hatch would approve ot the move
vns raised and It was also suggested
that the President might resent the
action as In the nature of Interference.
Strange to say It was possible for the
Chamber of Commeric to tnko this ser
iously, rather than as a huge joke.
Oeo.W. Smith, president of tho .Mer
chants' Association, presided, at tho
suggestion of K. J. Lourey, president
of tho Chamber. Smith stated tho
meeting's object, remarking that the
recommendations for Hawaii had first
been made by the Governor and then
by the President to Congress. He was
heartily In favor of sending a bust-
lout. It would be ueiessary for suih a
tommlltco to rcjualn in Washington,
or whin this matter will come up An)
Keep a bottle of the Hitters
handy It you would save a lot
ot sufforlng. When tho Stom
ach, Liver or Kidneys are un
ablo to perform their work a
few dosos will help wonderfully.
It ncvor falls In cases of Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, CostivenessJ
Sour Stomach, Poor Appetite,
Liver or Kidney Jills oc Malaria
very good to send a delegation on. II
f don't take prompt action we will
make a big ml'tnke"
Said J A Kennedy. "I believe w
Rlidulri take action. The President's
message hns Just been sent In to C'ou
-rr8 nml It la nnu flip tnni? Hpsslon.
one going forward might find It ncres-l it striken me, however, that there Is
sary to stay tliere a long time, but plenty of time Roosevelt lntrodul
the super tent i eduction mil in uon
T T. , . .- , W
I llUlNliSl JiUiC 1 K1C1 1 Y 1
Nothing succeeds In the dark you can't play well or work
wefT In shsdowland.
Normal people shun dingy places whether they are office or
A man wants to "see the good" he buys, whether happlnets
or bond. ,
When a man seeks a
Ity I scientific lunthlne.
for your health.
Electricity I honest light
house he want sunshine In It Electric
It I good for your business and good
It make for happiness of life.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd
Office King St., near Alakca 'Phone Main 390
Ml"""lMiPii)WH HhPHiH jlA
iv--.lrfni f n bil . L" p
ucbs men's committee from the Islands uo"
during this time they loutd, ot course,
do excellent work.
"I mn not lie)) thinking thnt Mr.
Hatch, who Is lurgely atqunluti'd In
Washington and whoso diplomatic re
lations there while representing this
country some time ago have made him
(ouvcrsaut with all tho ins and outs
of political working, and who Is highly
thought of there, will not need any a
nlstauie. llut If he sa)s send a com
n.ltttc along, then I would assist la any
way possible. Ilut I don't think there
Is any necessity ot our doing unjttiluj
to urgo the President's polliy.
J. It. Gait, acting ns secretary, said:
"While the President has recom
mended this appropriation In his mes
sage. It Is far from meaning we ore
going to secure It from Congress with
out a great deal of work and energy
and Infltienie brought to bear upon
"If wo can get such an appropria
tion from Congress It means thnt In the
next twenty jears we will have set
aside for us between fifteen and tucn
tj millions of dollars to be expended
right here. "It a precedent of this
kind Is established, Hawaii might lat
er on get back about all that she has
paid over lu duties to tho United
A. Garvlc declared that It l 21.
Swanzy would so move, ho would kw
ond tho motion.
Ualt: "No one knows when this
question will come before Congress. It
boon, we cannot wait to hear from Mr.
Hatch. It it docs not come up until
later on, Mr. Hatch's advlie would li
just the thing. It Is highly Important
that action be taken.
the situation. He had probabl) already
lousulted with Hawaii's friends In Con
grcss and had the situation well lu
hand. This was the one tangible prop
osition open to Mr. Hatch on the thres
hold of his career. It would not bo
the most delicate policy to pursue to
Cress, and although he had to light
uraitlcalh the whole of Congress, he
tarried his point I believe he will,
carry this matter through. It might
Le advantageous to send a committed
Inter on, hut not now. Thcro Is plenty
oi lime, congress woni aujuurn uiuu
Juno or Jul j "
Said Chairman O. W Smith: "Wo
could ascertain from Mr. Hntih what
his views are We can cable him that
wc are prepared to Fend on n commit
tee I think the chnlr would entertain
a motion to that effect and that some
one be instructed to semi on such a
L. T. Peck moved that President Low
rcy of the Chamber and President
Smith ot the Merchants' Association
be Instructed to send n Joint calilo to
Hatch. Hatch to consult with Dclegata
Kalanlanaole, to the effect that the two
commercial bodies were ready to send
I That Will Please Most Men f
YOU CANT HELP -
I KEEPING YOUR .10 Wi I
I MIND ON XjSnKER E81 I
. JVj AFTER MOWING Wi I
vSw WHMTITISIJKC BTI
fi "M i n Ya"' yiii3 m
jo -ft-1 sAMc 4Gv&L m
1 KSHiVHil I
iyEUl TlWPir I
RAINIER BOTTLINQ I I
Phot Whit 1531 I
W Honolulu. I
What Is going to be the licsfway '"??. n men from help. Peck was for
to Influence Congress to make this ap- """ '""c "V " m"C n. win
prop.latlon? Certainly one of the first '"K"088 l0 ala 1,lm ln ary wa Us "
things to do Is to try and reach In 8"it1, , ,,,,, ,
some way all tho congressmen and ,..a?nl,? ' an.' M CL'k's '?e" w" a,,b
make them know that we are very - -M. Giftard's. Tho latter thouglil
much Interested In this and that wc "o table suggestion most excellent
micht in hnln u I . W. Harris urged sending on n
We have men now at Washington
representing us, but wo need a great Srou"u n couui uo no narm to sen.i on
mnnv nmrn I think i iviii i. . pv. delegation of business men who
tellcnt plan to have i committee of oiilil ntcessarlly be of the greatest
men go on to Washington. I think tho assistance.
mere fact of the tommlttec going all Mr. I,uas thought Hatih should tx
the way from Hawaii to work for such first communicated with.
an appropriation will hnvo a good cf- Hobert Cation hacked the Swanzy
fcit. Itlca. "Personally," he said, "I am
on n committee to back up tho pru-
T. Pvik bald he agreed with Swan , poed measures, and to ask Hatch's ad-
.Mr. iiatcii woinu at ontc canvaii vice. Game seconded.
J It Gait found his feet to again
strenuously urge the need ot Immed
iately sending n committee, salng. "1
was very much Interested In a con
versation I had recently with a gentle
man who has been serving as a Judge
In Alaska (Haggatt), nnd ho told mi
that they sent on large delegations to
every Congress, nnd they generally got
what they went after.
"It stems almost unnecessary to
praise Mr. Hatch
"But it seems to me this Is n matter
of Importance to every one In this
country and I don't think Mr. Hatch or
Even If Hatch was on tho any other one mail should have suih a
Small Steel Receivers or Capsules containing CHEMICALLY PURE
CARBONIC ACID GAS. This Gas Is the cause of all Aeration. It make
all Liquids Sparkling.
FOR THE INSTANTANEOUS AERATION OF ALL LIQUIDS: Water, Milk,
Tea, Wine, Spirits Invalid Drinks, etc, etc.
RESTORE LIFE TO BOILED WATER
W, G Peacock & Co.,
Order Your Soda From the
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
Unaproachable by others for Quality
Factoty H25 Emma St
Telephone Blue 187t f
matter left open entirely to his own
"I think, however. It is an excellent
Idea to ascertain from Mr. Hatch his
ylews. I think that any community
thnt has a recommendation made for It
such as the President has made fur Ha
'wall, and expects him to get U
I think It would be wise to hae' totally Ignoront of the wajs of dona mrouRii congress wmi uie nm 01 ono
icprcsentntlvcs In this lommltteo from things In Washington, llut tho I'rosl. "" "111 Ret left. Hero Is Congress,
tho other Islands. My suggestion dent might not wish such a lonimlttee, h "er 4u0 members, to deal with,
would bo to loinmunlinto with the tilt- to go on, as be 1ms already attended to ls n Herculean task for any ono mau,
fercnt Islands on this matter. If ono the matter." lor..?)en for ttt0 "'?" ,. hallle- ., ,
representative goes from cath of the M. Phillips also agreed with Swany. I " .wt'are ,t0 ,maK ,l10 -' th'
other Islands Hawaii, .Maul anct Ka- James O Spencer also agreed with opportunity facing tho possibility of
unl-we should havo two from Oahu I Swanzy It might do more harm than tettlng or losing this great nmount m
"I don't think any Btatc or territory Rood to send on such n committee, money. It ricms to me the expense ot
I In the Union would hosltnto n momtnt Hatih was competent to hnndlo the sunuins n toininiuee on nnu maintain
i on Hinh nn nniirmiriiiitnn u In mnttrr. I lB 't Is a nuttei that bUkikI rccclvt
eight, about sending on n delegation.1 Ulthard II. Trent then had the f0i. 1.0 consideration. ...
They would pllo them In there, and lowing to say: leik s motion was then put to vote
timv wnniii im nf tlilr nvk. n Kvnoncn I "1 think this Is the bpl onnortunltv and tarried.
even. i Hawaii has ever had to get In some
"I think, politically, that If wc don't fcal good work and 1 fnvor sending a
take any action, the sentiment will be representative body of business men to
that we don't deserve a cent. I Washington to work up the policy 'Per stmr. Claudine,, from Maul ports,
"I thereforo very strongly favor car- under discussion. I think wo wljt Dee. 14. Mrs. Kuamoo, Miss Pau Pau
rytng out BUth a plan as I have briefly make a mistake If we do not show that akl. Father Jullen, Father Stephen, J.
outlined. Locally we can also do much. ' wo fully appreciate what Is before us, A. Madelros. Father Charles J. llcrs
We can flood Congress with personal As to considering that Congress would ,wanger, II. Howard, I. Sager, Miss
letters." I say this delegation, was n paid one, Mr. Abrabamson. W. W. Abegg, Abbott
F J I.owrey said- "I think this Is Hatch Is known to be, and Congress Halsey, n. S. Halsey, I)r, It. H. Dlno
on opportunity wo don't want to let look8 "non h,m as a nal1 lobbyist, gar. Adj. J. II. Hambcrry, C. E. Hoi
slip by It comes particularly well at vhen the Ta" Par'y here, many linger, Mrs. Murasky, J. Morris. C.
this time In connection with the rec- ot them d,tl not know wno Hawaii' Brown, Chee Wo Tong, Ilev. P. S. Shin,
ommcnda'tlons made by Secretary Taft, busln'im representative In Washlnrton A. C. Dowsett, A. J. Spltzer and 48 on
that practically the same nmount bo wa- ' tnlng the mora' efrcct oul b
used In fortification building In the Is- """"MMMea'a"S
lands. If It were an Hem of public vw.,.,..., A. .. . . . - .-..-. . . . . .
uuildlnini where there on. a difference ?SaK&X-SOiyfiSKai
of opinion, or wnere tho community1!)!
wero not united, it wouiu maxo some
difference to tho congressmen. Ilut In
tins insianco me two items propositi (
vork well together nnd congressmen A
would see at onto that while the Pres- X
Idcnt rctommends tins' nmount be set1'!-
aside. It so happens that the Secretary
ot War wants that same amount for
his own department. These arc, there
tore, matters ot national Importance,
whereas public buildings Items are mat
ters of local Interest.
"I think It Is fortunate, tho Cham
ber of Coninierco has so able a man In
Washington as Mr. Hatch and we
know we can rely on htm to do what
ho can for us.
"It should not be left to one man
Wo should have others. These could
resolva themselves Into sort of a com
mltteo of tho whole and work together
to tho best posslblo advantage It we
don't tako Interest uow wo are going
to regret It exceedingly In the future.
F. M. Swanzy then arose and had
tho following to sny:
"I think wo are nil agreed that It Is
very desirable to get this money and
have It used In this Territory, but 1
differ from Mr Gait In considering that
It Is necessary to send any committee
forward to urge upon congressmen tho
desirability of conforming with the
President's suggcstlonto give us this
handsome percentage ot our customs
"Thcro aro two things In our favor
Ono ls that the President has recom
mended It, and the other Is that wo
havo so ablo a representative In Wash-
Most men, old or young, think more about their pipes
and cigars than any other luxury around the
house. Give them some useful thing for their
smoking outfit and you hit them in the right spot.
. Men who have been to College or those who
admire a certain college, will appreciate our fine
with Yale, Harvard, Stanford or California crests
on them. J-&jj-jj'f-jjcij-jj.ct.
Then wc have handsome jars without crests
for non-college men. j j j jt j . j jt jt
Ash trays made of copper and
mounted on buckhorn are
sure to please
GREAT VALUES IN HAN DKERCHIEF8.
Our specialty this season. Linen Initial Handkerchiefs.
Men's Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, box 1-2 dor., 90
Ladles' Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, box 1 2 doz., 05d
Handsome line of Hand Bags,
Children's Purses, New Ladles'
A complete line of Ladles' end Children's Hosiery,
Umbrellas, In Silk and Glorlj Silk,
Large and full line of
Largest Stock Lowest Prices
They arc swell boxes that kecpthe cigars in fine
condition and help them retain their moisture. In
mahogany' ebony, walnut and birds-eye maple.
Sizes to hold 25, 50 or 100 cigars o j .j j &
CIGAR and CIGARETTE CASES
Adjustable floor ash trays
Imported Pipes in cases of com
Also single Pipes in meers
schaum or briar-wood.
Special XMAS packages of fine inr
ported or Domestic Cigars
"The House of Siap'w"
THE CITY RENOVATING COMPANY
OPEN FOB BUSINESS
All kinds of clothes cleaned, repaired, pressed and dyed by experienced
workmen. Prompt attention given all orders. Your satisfaction Is our gain.
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
The City Renovating Co.
I PACIFIC IMPORT CO. I
Souvenir ' Spoons I
Of Sterling Silver, Enjjrnvod nnd
Stumped wltli vlows of Htiwfill net
Just tho thlnjr for i XMAS Olft
Wo do till klndu of MuwnfUin En
J. A. R, VIERRA & CO.
113 HOTEL near FORT STREET
jj.iMiW i' ilidM'i'iilfl'iil)rfM!lii