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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, MAItCH 22. 1908.
& E8TABLI8HED IN 1858, f
I Bishop & Co.
cmm.,.i.i .-j -r It
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on ft
me Dank of California and N. jj
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon- Jjl
uurrcupsnucnis ior me is
American Express Comoany. Ii!
and Thos Cook A Son. A
Interest allowed on term l
and 8avlngs Bank Deposits. I
E.NGHAVER AND ELECTROTYPER
R. A, WOODS
ROOMS 17181920, 2ND FLOOR
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8T3".
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN1 COMPANY,
156 and 158 HOTEL 8T.,
18 MAKINO A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8TREET.
Telephone Main 78
Citv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
ables. California products by every
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
A large consignment of well season,
cd KOA LUMBER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
o FOR o
OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
Hi WW SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
FRESH CUT FLOWER8 AND A
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF I8L
AND CURI08 AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by tse
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen Sts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
Wi call for and d'llver. Dyeing extra.
Scaled proposals for constructing
J concrete embedded steel beam brldgu
J l -.-I.-.. .1 , -. .
V iu riuin; uuiuur itusb on snort-cm
II road Koloa, Kauai, T. II, will be re
j ceiveu uy mo uoara or supervisor! or
vl thn Pniinlv ni tannt ....III O 4n n M .,
.., wuu.i.j V. ..UI.U1, lit. .11 47 OV 111. U.
.ii ittwiiCTuu, ipru twi, iuyut
ll-,..!.......!.... If ill. ...Art
i-ians. SDecincai ons. ana bant
.fj forms for submitting proposals, will be
lurnisned upon written request, accom
Pan'ed uy deposit of rivo Dollars
(M0) by ,ddreMBg c, BwMtaW
County Road Supervisor, nt Llhue. Ka.
ual, T, H.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids,
By order of the Hoard of Supervisors.
(Signed) II. D. W1SIIAIID,
Llnue Kauai, March 10, 1906.
Mr. O Soramix. who Tortnerly con
ducted the barber shop at 928 Fort
street has reopened a new, neat and
ciean snop at No. 10 King near Nuu
anu street. 3328-lm
1128 FORT 6T.
HAVE FOR SALE
Imported Bulls, Cows. Horses
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE BRED
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.gents for the
Royal Insurrncs Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance AKurance Co, of London.
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Fh- Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Wllhelnia of Magdeburg General nr
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purooses a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
txecitW t shortest notice.
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED,
PRESSED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 i : fort :: street.
Will call for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 196.
LAROE STOCK OF
1120 NUUANU ST.
TELEPHONE WHITE 716
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 139
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
C Makes Flesh nnd Strinath for Sick nno
rvous Women, 8tops weakness Inet the.
i hr.maklna Irons, rich red blood
oheoksdlientehy Rlvlnuyob strength t
resist It. Sold b brugnk 70 ots nbos.
or3 boieeforS2..ormal -don reoelpto
Brloe- Write usafaout Home Treatment
R. DOSANKO CO,. Philadelphia. Pe
M, W, McGHESNEY & SONS,
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
FISHNETS, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SOU,
Noe. 44-50 King St, cy Dle-k, bet
Nuuanu and Smith Sts.; Tel. atn 189.
Jsjar-"For Rent" lards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
LOCAL HARBOR WORK
AND THE MONEY REQUIRED
SENATORS TALK'OF SUM NEEDED
Hearing of Hawaii's Business' Del the direct appropriations made for
egates before Senate Committee con- those purpose!
tlnued from Wednesday r Senator Wctmorc. Then those lines
The Chairman. Since annexation? 'ought to bo stricken out of the bill.
Mr. O. W. Smith. Yes. sir. The only Mr. Locbenstcln. I should like to
harbor Is the harbor of Honolulu, There make an explanation.
I,i.tthl,.arbi?rwt "."V" pe.n r0IU,,,tc?d' I Mr. O. W Smith. Two hundred thou
?3 wtfrt extending out on one sld, ',,,, ,, ttng contcrapIll,eil for thc
iiiHi, oiuuu Bieuiueri may rtui.ll. ill)
nil... I.l-.l I. ..II. ... i i
".'"". ."" lumiiubo uiu iimuu iu
ships' boats. Wo have a fleet of Island
steamers. A steamer will lie from 1
to 3 miles off shore and the landing la
made in amps' boats to the shore,
There Is a wharf with a crane general
ly reaching out over the wharf and
sometimes a basket Tho passengers
get into the basket and are lifted up
to thc wharf with the crane, which also
brings up packnges of goods. Thoso
wharves or Ian dines have been erected
by the Territorial goernment In many
instances In some Instances, where
no plantation abuts on the sea, they
have been built by the owners of the
Tho Chairman The water Is too
shallow, I infer from what ou say, to
allow vessels to come In?
Mr. 0. W Smith It Is not so much
the shallowness of thc water as the
danger from thc current nnd thc liabil
ity of the steamer being thrown onto
Tho Chairman Is there an) way to
overcome that dimcult)T
-Mr. 0 W Smith. No, sir; not on
thc other Islands Tho conformation
of thc Islands is such that harborci
could not be made Every Island hai
a chain of mountains running through
me center and sloping toward thc sea
Around this Island there will lie a belt
of land from 1 to 3 miles wide which
Is cultivated In sugar. As a rule tho
sides of the Island are ntille lutclii-
Itous. In some cases they will run
down to thc sea gradually, but not
often On thc Island of Hawaii thc
sides of the island arc precipitous for
miles and miles and a landing Is mads
In little cotes or where n valley runs
from the mountains down toward the
The Chairman. What sort of bar-
bv Improvements do ou contemplate
making there. It you tunc studied the
matter nt but
Mr. O. W. Smith Thc harbor Im-
provemcuts under the sjstem adopted
by thc United States Government In
clude a deepening of harbors.
Tho Chairman. 1 do not care for
those. I am speaking of what )0U
) ourselves think about harbor Im
Mr n w. Rmllh I flm nnl nrf.ftnri.il
to .tutu. Thr n iirenkwnier need-T
cd at tho harbor of Hllo As I stated.'uccn nr committee inai nas made a
It Is an open roadstead with one wharl.'" "" V c ,r i
on thc side where a smnll steamer can Mr. U. w smith. No, sir.
get in. There ought to bo a breakwat- Permanent Harbors.
er out there where vessels can go In. I
Thc Chairman. What would be the
ninount required to construct tho
-Mr. u w ttmiin .Mr. l-ovuenstcin
can state mat
The Chairman Mr. Locbenstcln,
tell mo what would be thc amount Re
Mr. Loebenstcln I mny say that n
survey Is now- In progress by I.leutcn
but Slattcry. of thc engineers. Con-
gress maao nn appropriation 01 iiuuu marKcis, wouiu prouaniy never get at
tor the survey. In conversation with tentlon from Congress, or It would ho
Lieutenant Slattcry ho gave me to many, many ) ears If thcro wus a fund
unilerrUnd th.it the cost would com" of this sort, purely a Hawaiian fund,
to between (900,000 nnd 11.200.000 He for such Impiovcnients, not reach Im
could not ttate It cxuctl) beyond our current expenses at nil, wo
The Chalrnian Whatever It mny
be, tho I'r.ltcd States Govcrnmtut lit
ulreaity giving attention to the subject
.Mr Case Mr Chairman, I wish tu
state that we would naturnll) like- to cult' In getting Americans or Anglo
havu'all of this appropriation, If made Saxons of Europe to tome from the In-
nt all, expended for Territorial pur- dustrlul class, to settle Is because they
poses, but our feeling has been very 'ran not make n living. With these In
strong that If we mutt confine thc rc-,iiccesslblo place, tho cost and dilllcult)
quest strictly to Territorial purposes of getting their products tu market are
we would not be so likely to get assist- so gieat mat these harbors would no
nnce from Congress, mid wo left It to very useful for Inter-Island trade,
thu discretion of Congress to use It not Mr. G W Cinllli Yes, sir, and It
only for Territorial but for Federal would bo almost "Idlo to expect Con
purposes If It was so desired, Igrcss to makj an appropriation for
Get at the Plan. those smaller places.
The Chairman. The reason why I What Massachusetts Does,
am usklujt theso Questions Is that I Senator Wctmorc. That would he
happen to be uware, of course, that rather analogous to what I understand
Congress Is addressing Itself to these, the Slate of Massachusetts does. 1
harbor Improvements which )ou are understand tint State appropriates for
Biipposed to need, and I did not know come of Ilut minor haroqrs money out
whether )Ou contemplated, as I In'
f erred )ou povslbly did. making those
Mr O W Smith. That Is not con
templated, I think.
Tho Chairman, Tho Federal Gov
crnment will In time make them It
proceeds a little deliberately fcometlmni
about lliebo nutters, but It Is now mak-
Ing survc)s The whole thing Is tiudei
consideration, nnd no doubt the Guv-
eminent will make there all thn harbor
Improvements that m need In Its
Judgment. So we do not need to make
u provision h"re that would cover un
expenditure of that kind to be Inciu- Tho Cliarman Yes; you spoke of
red by the Territorial government This building n dike or breakwater n whllo
bill also speaks of expending this ago 1 believe )ott called it a break
money tor military and naval defensub water at a rust of perhaps (900,000.
Tho Government Is addressing Itself to Mr O W Smith At Hllo
that whole subject also. I Thc Chairman. The Government
Mr G W Smith Yes, sir; It Is In- will undcitnko thut work If It Is in
troducing a large encampment now Into essary, I have no doubt.
Honolulu Mr W O Smith At the harbor of
Senator Wetmore There Is a ques- Kahulul the Kahulul Sugar Company
Hon I wish to ask )ou Is It your Idea and the Kahulul Hull road Company, a
If you get this 75 per cent not to usk private corporation, have made dredg-
the Govcrnmeut for any appropriation lng contracts that will cost from $130,-
for these specified purposes? 000 to 1100,000 for the Improvement of
Mr. O. W. Smith. We bad not con-
sldcred not asking the Government
Senator Wetmore. Wheli I say spec
Ifled purposes I mean for harbor Im
provements and military and naval uV
Mr. G. W
Smith We felt that the
Itself would handle tho
matters connected with the Army and
Navy and harbor Improvements out of
l,,.u, ti, i.iii , ,,, i, . , i
,-"" -" "" i " . ova.iwu,
- rnii.fi for nnnnnn im nn w JMnimn
I . .. i v w
was appropriated for tho Improvement
of Honolulu harbor. It was expected
inai tins would probably bo taken out
of the $750,000 nt once. But wo do uot
feel that wo arc competent nor that we
would be called upon to undertake
purely Federal work.
The Chairman. Tho Federal Gov
ernment would not want to turn It over
to )ou, I am sure, especially thc mil
itary nnd naval defenses or tho harbor
Help for Local Work.
That was thc object of my question
We are addressing ourselves to that
subject, and an) thing In tho way of
harbor Improvements nnd military and
paal defenses will bo done by the Fed
eral Government It takes a good
while to make tho preliminary sun on
and nrrlve at an Intelligent plan, es
pecially wnen mere noes not seem to
be any great emergency nbout It. not
to much emergency perhaps as In other
Sn I think nfior nil ivimi m.ilnnd wc want to have moro Anglo-Sax-
nccd to get help from us for Is perhaps " c- '" v-011''! ""J U . orth
only for )Oiir domestic necessities-1 ttlll'( lo ia there, Instead of depend
for a our school buildings and vour ' entlrtl) upon Asiatics, as wc have
local public liulliungs,
Mr 0 W Smith Yes. sir: nnd roads
Senator Piles. I should like to nsk If
a committee has nt any time lookcl
Into the necessity for these public
puudings nnd public Improvements?
Mr. G. W. Smith Federal public
buildings or Territorial?
Scnntor l'lles. A Congressional com
mittee, Mr. G W Smith. No, sir; no Con
gressional committee has examined In
to this subject.
Senator I'llcs I did not know but
that some commitlec might have gone
there and looked Into thc matter.
Mr. Case. Wc would be very glad lo
bnvo a committee come there.
Mr G. W. Smith. Secretary Taft on
his way lo the Philippines stopped In
Honolulu nnd was entertained by tho
(ommcrclal organizations. Mr Gait
was on tli j commlttco to point out thn
necessity tor public buildings.
' mumliitr. nt lh. nnrtv rnir. tnlinti
around the city In automobiles ami
shown sites that would bo good for
that purpose nnd thc necessity for It.
Senator Piles. Ilut thcro has never
Mr. W. 0. Smith. In regard to thn
matter of harbor Improvements, the
harbor of Honolulu Is the main harbor,
nnd there Is one at Hllo, on Hawaii,
nnu ai ianuiui, Aiaui, tnai wouiu prou
ably receive attention In the courso of
time from the Government.
The Honolulu harbor Is being at
tended to, but the smaller harbors,
which are so Important for tho devel
opment of tho Industries of tho Islands
and facilitating getting the produic to
would be a great dcol moro likely to get
thou smaller harbors, and they would
be of gicat Importance In thu ilcvclup-
merit of thc islands. The grcul dim-
of Its own tieasury Irrespective of up
proprlatlons by tho National Coun.
mrtt. .Mr. W O Smith. It Is a matter of
great Importance to our development.
We have great difficulty In attracting
tho right kind of population tu tho
The Chairman Now, wo understand
that it Is only for thoso minor liar hois
that you want help. What ran ) ou tell
us would probably he required on thut
Mr. G W Smith, On this account,
that harbor, not only for their own
benefit, but for the benefit of ilie Is
land it will be Impossible to estimate
without having survejs made, hut
without being extravagant or expend
Ung It In any one year, or In any two
or three years, I should think that from
one to two million dollars could bo
spent with very great advantage to thc
Any woman who suffers from'
Cramps, Backache, Nervous or
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cot-
tlvenets or General Weakness
needB the Hitters to make hor well
again. It has cured thousands In
the past 50 years. In cases of ln-
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try a bottle.
Tho Chairman. To thc Inter-Island
-Mr W 0. Smith, Tho Inter-Island
Senator Wctmore. Tho appropria
tions to spread over several )ears?
Mr V 0 8mlth. Yes In regard to
the public works of different kinds it
would lie ilinicull to specify, but we
hope to grow and t6 huve more to do.
fur with the facilities of transportation
by water nnd by land that we have now
nnd tho roads we do n certain amount
of business We want to havo more,
to do so much now
'1 ho Chairman, Wc havo under con
sideration In this committee Senate bill
19IG, making an appropriation of $35,
000 for lining In that portion of thc
naval station at Honolulu, Hnwull,
known as the reef, and for necessary
dikes or retaining walls That Illus
trates what I suggested a whllo ago.
thut as to all these most Important
matters the Federal Government Is al
ready taking steps. Ilut I recognize
very much that )ou have minor harbors
nnd ports that you might need help
wltbN respect to, simply became the
Federal Government might not take
any steps there to Improve thorn.
Mr. Mclnerny Doth the present and
thc former Delegate from the Terri
tory nine been trlng ever since the
Territory has been organized to get
some action In thc matter of Federal
buildings, and so far wo have not even
progressed to thc stage of getting i
place In an omnibus bill at all, and that
although, tho members have been free
to say personally that our Claims wcro
very Just and that the needs were very
I think thc object In Including pub
lic buildings In this bill was to make It
possible for us to actually use what
the members of the committee concede
wo arc entitled to when It conies to u
question of that sort. Hawaii Is so far
away when It comes to making up a
publlo-butldlng bill that unless wo have
some fund of this sort to draw upon It
seems extremely unlikely that at any
time In the near future wo arc going
to get n place In a publlc-bullding bill
for a regular Fedcrnl building. I am
referring now to the different nccdo
that may arise In a Territorial sense
Mr. O W Smith. The matter lo bo
(unsIdcrcd.Scnator, Is that the topo
graphy of tho Islands Is such, scpnrntcd
ns they nro by channels of water, that
tho cost of tho administration of tho
Territorial gov crnment there Is grcut
er than it would ho on tho mainland,
where the area was contiguous and
where It was ilmply n State Every
thing has to bo done by crossing the
water with us
Thc Chairman, Is there nn) thing
rise that mi) of tho gentlemen with to
Unto to the committee?
Senator riles I should like to ask
)ou u question, Mr. Smith I under
stand that out of this fund which )ou
ask us to create )ou have received
, nbout $7.00.000 or ISOO.000 a year?
.Mr ( v Hinnn inai is, uongrcB
has hehl that In the Treasury.
Smator Pllci That much would bo
placed In the fund annually?
Mr, (1 W. Smith. Yes, sir.
Senator Piles Is It necessary for
)Oitr purpose that $700,000 or $00.UU0
should Im placed for twenty years In
Mr (i W Smith It would do much
to build up thn Territory, sir. nnd to
Increase tho population we aro seeking
to obtain there
Senator I'llcs About JS00.000 would
gl.e ou all the school uulldlugs jo-.i
Mr Ci W Smith Yes
Senator Piles How much do )ou fig
ure now would meet )our Immediate
pcce8sltlcs for other public bulldlhgi?
Mr. (1 W Smith. Of courso thut
$800,000 would not bo spent In one
Senator l'lles, I mummed that it
would not he spent In one year, but
$800,000 In n lump sum would answer
)our school purposos How large a
lump sum would answer at the presen'
time for the other public Improvement
you buvo in contemplation?
Mr O, W Smith will, nn insane
asylum, a Territorial Jail, and a court
lioubC probably would require from
$750,000 tu $800,000. The material has
nil to ho brought there. A Territorial
bullJIng would be-very expensive
Senator I'llcs. Suppose, you sny
$2,000,000 what Is tho necessity for ex
tending the time over a period of twen
Mr O. W Smith, Ily that time thc
Territory hopes to so arrange Its eco
nomlr and Internal conditions us to be
In a position to have funds in the treas
ury to extinguish Its public debt of over
$3 000,000, and to bo so placed that the
necessity for borrowing will not again
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