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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, A"IUI. 7. 1008.
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Thwing's Agitation IFAGTS
Opensjwilei WiderJFOR SICK
Tlio Hoard of Health, nt a. special
tncetltiR bold yeatcrday afternoon,
washed 11h linnils of tlio cntlro Iwllel'
mntter and voted to hnvo nothing fur-.
tlicr to do with the control of con-'
dltloii9 In that unsavory part of Ho
nolulu. )y tills notion tlio Hoard not
only .censes Its own sniiorvMon, hut
tuaKcs It more dilllcult for tlio police
to Keep 'n chucK on what goes on lit
Thd action of ihe Hoard In n vlr-
tory for TliwIiK.'.'Ulchaids, et al In'
bo far as tlioy liato won out over
Phikliani. Hut the effect of tho vic
tory Is merely to throw Iwllcl wider1
open than It was heforo. to leao con
ditions tlieio im they wore heforc, ex
cept that tlio denizens of the district
may do as they ploaBo without any re
gard to tho Military restrictions
heretofore Imposed. I
The attack on I'lnUham yesterday
was led hy Dr. Wajson, who appar
ently mado It n poisotial matter. ,s
ho stated after tho meeting, "I'lnU-
hnm has lied to me and I am going
to get the ."
Thtvlng and Richards were present
and both of them nddrcsbcd tho
Hoard, chnrglng FlnMiani with du
plicity and making vigorous attacks
upon him. They woro listened to re
spectfully, hut no particular atten
tion was paid to what they said, the
members of tho Hoard apparently
thinking, and one or two of them
saying after tho meeting adjourned,
that Thwlng mid Ulchnrds wcro hut
ting Into things that were uono of
their business. Tho action taken by
the Hoard was seemingly rather duo
to n desire to whitewash themselves
mid niuKo the community feel that
they had nothing to do with the dis
gusting mess that had been stirred
up. Krcd. Smith strongly champion-
eil I'lnkham, s'tylng tho President hnd
dono exactly i Ight and should rather
bo commended than condemned. At
torney Ccncrnl Hemcnway was also
n supporter of I'lnKhnm, but In rather
a passive way. Ho voted against
S'nBon's i evolution, but did not Imvo
n great deal to say, except upon the
law of tho matter.
Wayson, In his attack, took tho
ground that Plnkham had exceeded
tho authority vested In him by law,
-that ho had no right to iccoqnlzo
prostitution or rommlt tho Hoard to
any such ictognltlon. Mark Itolilu
son's views (olnelded with Wnyson's.
Knlauokalanl said nothing during tho
meeting, but voted In favor of tho
lesolutlon to withdraw tho Hoard ot
Health control of Iwllcl. Dr. llald
win posed as tho exponent ot moral
ity, ut tho sanio tlnio claiming that
tho contiol of tho situation is worse
When the meeting was called lo
order, I'liiMinm slated that ho hail
not been favored by those who wcro
responslbto for the members being
cnlled together with any Intimation
of what tho subject for discussion
was. though ho supposed It bad some
thing to do with Iwllel. Heforo tak
ing It up, howover, ho would Jlko lo
lead a memorandum, and tho Pien
Ident read tho statement which ap
peared In tho II ti 1 1 o 1 1 ii jesterday.
Wnyron tlion stated that ho was
chiefly lesponslblo for tho meeting
being called. Ho read a written
statement, In which ho said that
tho Hoard had been placed In n very
peculiar position by being kept In
tho dark as to what Us Prcsldont
was doing In Iwllel. At tho previous
meeting tho Hoard had voted to en
dorse Plnkham's letter to Theodore
Ulchnrds and tho Clvlo a'edoratlon,
this action being based on Plnkham's
assurances that tho Hoard had no
man especially detailed for work In
Slnio that meeting, however, ho
had learned thnt this was not true,
that tho Hoard did havo n no6cl.il
man for' Iwllel, working unclV tho
Instructions of tho Presidentof tho
Hum cl. Waj'son nt this pojfit Inter
rupted his leading to umko n few
vigorous side remarks 4o Plnkham,
blaming him for decervliiR the Hoard.
In consoquoncoyot what ho had
learned, hg wlsbd to disavow his ac
tion nt thojirovlous meeting nnd to
luiiuuui'iuu resolution ordering rinK
hnm to igiso his control of prostitu
tion In igllel. "I uollovo," ho said,
"that wegiro acting, as wo hnvo been
commute! to that net by our Pres
ident, in i manner not required by
Maik nlblnson stated that, from
whnt had Been said nt the pievlous
meeting, nil had thought tin t things
woro not bliil, but ho had learned
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moio Blnce. ''I wish lo go on recoid
ns saying that there must bo some
thing cum e from thu Hoard Itself to
the effect thnt we do not wish to co
operate with tlio pollie In regard to
Plnkham said that the fnct that
his iijroiit, 1. Slivn, was taking chargo
of the situation In Iwllel was news
to him, "1 did not know," he sail,
"that anything of the kind was go
In reply to a question by Haldwln,
directed nt Plnkham, Wayson stated
that the lefusal of any woman to
comply with tho lobulation of tho
President meant her arrest under the
"I coincide w'th everything, Or.
Wayson has said," dated Dr. Bald
win, "hut I do not wish to be consid
ered as sutpcctlng the good faith of
our President. I have perfect con
fidence that he has done what he
thought was best for the community.
I think he has made a mistake, but
I have no sympathy with this mud
slinging that has been going on."
Wnyson's lesolutlon, which had
been Introduced and whir h Itoblnson
had seconded, wns then put to vote,
and carried four to two only Krcd.
Smith and Attorney (leueral Ilemeu
way voting against It
KINNEY WILL NOT
Emphatically States He
Would Not Accept
If the Democratic pait leaders,
as It has been reported from nn In
different source, are anxious to havo
W. A. Kinney run nt the bead of
their ticket ns tho candidate for Del
egate to Congress, these worthy gen
tlemen nro apparently doomed to hit
ter disappointment. Kinney Is pos
itive In his statement that he would
not take tho 'office If It wcro offered
to him nn n golden platter, and It Is
not at nil probablo that even Link
llct'andlcss, who rauet he counted
among tlio nio.it generous of tho local
Democrats, would blow himself to
such it service, even If ho had no as
pliatlnn for ofllca liluikclf.
"I hnvo Bald twenty time, and I
hate to have to say It for tho twenty
first time, that I an not looking for
tiny offlcc," said Klanoy this morn
ing. "1 am not hpeklng tho nomina
tion for Delegate or for any other
office, nnd 1 would not accept It If It
were offered to nie This Is nbio
lute." Help Hawaii
BILL FAVORABLY REPORTED
WILL PROMOTE FISH
Tho Committee on tho Merchant
Murine and fisheries, to whom wns
roferred the bill (II. U. 11825) pro
viding for a fish-cultural and biolog
ical Btatlon In the Territory of Hit
wall, having had tho same under
consideration, recommended thnt tho
bill do iats without nmondment.
l'or generations past, fish hae
constituted one of the few stnples or
food of the Hawaiian people, and tho
maintenance of tho supply Is a high
ly Important economic factor In Ha
, Very extensive fish ponds havo
been Inclosed for tho better propaga
tion and growth of certain varieties
of food fish. Somo of theso largo
ponds are. Government property, hut
tho majority nie private holdings. In
addition there are certain bays anil
reefs where food fish hnvo their hab
itat, whose multiplication could he
Tlioro Is probably no plnco in the
United States where a fish-cultural
and biological station could bo more
ndvantngcofisly located than In Ha
waii. The hill stipulates thnt tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii shall provide, free
of cost to tho United States, tho nec
essary land nnd water rights required
for the equipment of such u station.
The Commissioner of fisheries rec
ommends tho pabsago of this bill In
the following letter, which Is mado
a part of this report:
Department of Commerro nnd Labor
II u reau of I'lshorlcH
Washington, February 4, 1908.
Sir: Replying to our letter of
February 3, Inclosing bill II. U. 11
825, "To establish a tlsh-culturnl nnd
blnloglcnl station in tho Territory of
Hawaii," and asking for n repoit
thereon, I hnvo the honor (o say that
tho establishment of a biological stu-
LYDIA. E. PINKHAM
No other medicino has liecn so
successful In reliovitiR tho suffering
of women or received so many gen
uine testimonials ns has Ljilla i:.
In ovety community you will 11ml
women who lmvo been restored to
health by Lydla E. Pinkhnm's Veg
clnblo Compound. Almost (m:ry
no you meet lias either been bene
fited by it, or lias friends who hnvo.
In tlio I'inkhnm Laboratory at
Keo tho flics containing over one mil
lion ono hundred thousand letters
from womon Recking health, nnd
hero nro tho letters in -which they
openly stato ovor their own sigim
lures that they wcro cured by LydLi
li 1'inkham's Vcgctnblo Compound.
Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable
Compound has saved many women
fioni surgical ojierations.
Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable
Compound is mado from roots nnd
herbs, without drugs, nnd is vholc
Eoino and harmless.
Tho reason -nliy Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegctnblo Compound is so
successful is liccauso it contains in
gredients which net directly upon
tho feminine organism, restoring it
to a healthy normal condition.
"Women who nro suffering from
those distressing ills peculiar to their
sex should not lose sight ofltheso
facts or doubt tho ability of Lydla
E. rinkhtuu's Vcgetablo Compound
to restore their health.
tiou In tropical witters Is of grett
Importance, for tho following rea
sons: Tho marine life, Its protection,
nnd the climatic conditions nro so
varied and different In the different
sections of our ewuntry that n thor
ough and compteto knowledge there
of Is of the utmost Importance for tho
development of tho ll&hery industries.
The propagation of the mullot, It
Is believed, can be successfully car
ried ou at the proposed station, and
quite likely the Carangolds, tho Olo,
and tlio Awit can nlso bo successfully
propagated. It is nlso believed that
much can bo done toward developing
methods for the utilization of tho
edlblo seaweeds. It Is thcreforo rec
ommended that tlio bill do pass.
cii:ohois si. nowi:its,
A Hill To Kstubllsh n l'lsti-Cultural
nnd Illoluglcal Btatlon In tho
Territory of Hawaii.
He It enacted by the Sennto nnd
House of Representatives of the Uni
ted States of America In Congrcis
assembled, That the Secretary of
Commerco and Labor Is horoby au
thorized, empowered, and directed to
establish a fish-cultural and biologi
cal station on the Island of Oaliu, In
tho Territory of Hawaii, nt a point or,
points to bo selected by him on said
Island: Hrovlded, That tho Territory
of Hawaii provides nnd transfers,
frco of cost, to the Government of
tho United States the necessary land
and water rights upon which may bo
erected such buildings, wharves, nnd
other structures ns may bo necessary
for the proper equipment of said sta
tion; and for tho necessary surveys,
erection cf buildings nnd other struc
tures, and for tlio proper equlpmont
of Mid llsli-cultural nnd biological
station tlio sum or fifty thousand
dollars, or so much ns may ho ncces
Bary, be, and Is hereby, appropriated
out of any money in tho Treasury not
Tho departure of tho steamers Man
na Ua and .Matiun Kea this noon
caused a llttlo excitement on tho
'waterfront today. Tho Manna I.0.1
went out first, followed by tho Manna
Kea. Thoso who left In the Mniiui
l.oa said tboy would arrive at I.ahnlnn
first, but 'tlio nlllcers of tlio Manna
Kea 1110 positive that they would
oerconii) tho Manna I.na.
Till: MAUNA l.OA and tlio Mnim.i
Kea sailed nway together today at
noon Tbcro wus qulto n largo list of
passengers ou tho Manna Kea as well
as her usual amount of freight. Tho
iinnoiinccinents for tho wedding of
"I'eto" Phillips, tho popular purser
011 the Maun.t Koa, havo been sent
out. He will bo married In llllo.
THi: TitANSPOHT DIX Is tied up
at the Alnkca stieet wharf, lonving
room for tho Huford when sho comej
In. Tlio latter transport was nt llrt
expected In yesterday, but now It Is
not thought that sho wilt arrive lieii)
until lulo toimiriow or next day.
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