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Committee Named By Conference
To Carry On Tariff Campaign
Cooperation of nil tlic Industries of
Hawaii In nn nttempt to secure tho
liest good for the. whole In tariff re
vision wns the lie) note of tho meet
ing called by Delcgato Knlnnlnnnolo
nml Governor I'rcnr, nnil held last
evening In the Chamber of Commerce
rooms. Though ten Industries were
icprescnlcd nt tho meeting, it devel
oped thnt the main object would bn
for those Industries which have noth
ing jet to nsK of tho tariff should
suppoit the larger Industries here,
which the .tariff mensures do greatly
n fleet. As n result of the discussion,
n motion wns carried to appoint nn
executive rommltteo of llvo men, who
should select sub-commfttecs repre
senting nil of the Ilnwnllnn Indus
tries, for tho purposo of gathering
facts ntul slntlsttcs In repaid to theso
Industries for presentation to tho
Wiijk and Means Committee at Wash
ington, (Jovernoi I'icnr appointed on
this committee .lames !'. Morgnn, (I.
V. Smith, 13. D. Tenno 11. 13. I'nx-
ton, and Albert Wntcrhousc.
Dclcgala Kttlnnlnnnolfl opened tlio
meeting with n comprehensive state
ment of the purposes for which It
w.ts called together. He mentioned I
ttilU which has for some time been
rife on the mainland In regard to I re
vising the Dlngley tariff measure,
this talk coming from both the Dem
ocrats and a faction of tho Republi
can part. And both pal ties are now
definitely committed to the plan of
having u gencrnl revision made by n
special Congress right after the com
ing inauguration of n new President.
This, said the Delegate, will affect'
the commercial wclfaro of the entire
l'rtnco Cupid then stated the topic
and purposo of tho meeting tho
topic, "How Hawaii May He Affected
b Tariff Revision," and tho purposo
to plan for the collection of data on
tariff needs, to bo used In backing up
the Delegate to Congress In tho pres
entation of the caso bcfoio the WnjB
and Means Committee.
He then touched on the Import
nnco and standing of. the lending In
dustrlcs here. .
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! he said, fv,o po(pts.,of ,vlow.
il' hfi, Kept,, In, ,11111yd each tlndus-
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try must bo considered onij in rela
tion to tho wclfaro of all, and the In
terests of the mainland muat be taken
Ho then went Into tho question of
some of the leading Industries at
eomo length. He Bpoko of pineapple-
growing as one of tne most piomising
Industries In tho Islands He sug
gested that nn Incrcnse In the tariff
on polished rlco would be of advan
tage to the Inlands, but nlso suggest
ed that the Carolines would take caro
of this part of tho tariff revision. Ho
mentioned, however, that the move
ment for revision Is rather to reduce
than Increase duties, and this will
make It difficult to get roffee taken
from tho free list. Ho mentioned
that tho California fruit men may
ask for a tariff on bananas, vvhlsh,
compete with their product, and In
this case Hawaii will be a gainer.
He closed with the reminder thut
If men are to bo sent to Washington'
In regard to this matter, tho shejuid
lie men who have special and accur
ate knowledge, of the Industries
which they represent. '
Tho Delegate then called for 'the
nomination of n chairman, and Gov
ernor Frcnr was chosen,
Tho Governor supplemented the
talk of the Delegate somewhat. K.
E. Paxton was chosen secretnrj.
B. D. Tcnney then rend a paper In
which tho demand for ficls rather
than opinions or ndvlec. In Washing
ton, wns stressed. Absolute data ns
to the cost of production In the Uni
ted States us compared with that In
foreign countilcs Is whnt Is demand
ed, according to this paper, which
outlined tho plans of the American
Protective Tariff League.
Mr. Tcnncv then made n motion
foi the committee of live to nppolnt
their own sub-commlttces for tho
gathering of Btich fncts for prcsentn
tion to tho Wajs and Means Commit
Though there was no dissenting, a
lengthy discussion ensued, in which a.
- number of Industries wcro heard
- from: Sugar, nines. !mnLv. rubber,
IsAUrlceviieWee, 1Uve,Btocl.tbbnccb,.oredl',';es"'"e 9 ifond'?5 ?r'
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It MevotfaMl that tobaocflols nbt
yet 'anln;l,u8tr). Imti a-;jioalllllty.
Is Prepared, to do All Classes-elf
, ;R Linotype C&riiposition
thnt sisal and honey, though past tho
experimental stage, , having nothing
jet to nsk of the tariff, and that most
of these Industries "were principally
merely ready to supiwrt tho claims of
sugar and coffee nndplncipples.
Some glowing prospects for the dc
veldpmcnt of new Industries wem
held out, however, not the least be
ing that of sisal. It was stated by
W. C. Wcodon that IU.,000,000
worth of slsil might bo raised hern
in a jcar It available lands were un
der cultivation, which nmount, cal
culated on tho minimum price, would
supply all the demands of the United
After tho tilk had wandered some
what afield, G. W. Smith stepped tn
on a discussion of the tariff on un
polished rlco tn say that nut of thn
meeting would grow something moro
than cucstlons of tho rice tariff.
There would be a unification of tho
Industries of Iluwnll. After .las. 1'.
Morgan had promised tho support nt
the commercial bodies of tho city.
Mr. Tcnney'H motion was put and tho
committee named by tho Governor as.
FERNANDEZ SAYS BOWER
Will PLAY. MI UMPIRE
Kddlo Fernandez stated this morn
Ing thnt Ucrt llownr will regular!
play ball with the Diamond Head
team. This seems to knock out tho
prospect of llcrt serving as tho rcgu
Inr umpire of the Honolulu llaseball
League, as he has been asked tn do.
Rower himself stated last week
that tho matter of his ncccptinc tho
umpire position was largely up to
Fernandez, as the manager of tho
team with which he was working,
tn n speech in Woodford county, Illi
nois, Eugeno W. Chafln, -prohibitionist
I csnrildatn for lirnplilnnt. railed vlclnii
thn nrihelnln Announced hv WHIIom
U. Taft in his book, "Four Aspects nt
Civic Duty," that It is against sound
volley to enact a law that cannot, bn
toiindlngt theicommiinlty; Chafln also
itt i 's
' ounainBt me' icommunit) ; unann aiso nip m me sen. numm i
mJ Ing that he wool Wtho'atmy and awlm'flho ahqwcdtJjpodjnrocresB
,.vi "t0 .ntnTC0 antlllquor1 law1 If'that ln9;and..l)r-sn-b-abld
ftlectc(LJ,'Msldat'",,'t,y"'' aVlm with the rest of us.
WEDDING AT KILAUEA
Pretty Ceremony and Happy Cclebra-
Hon Large Number of Friends
Assembled Hanalal Note.
Hanalel, Kntml, Aug 21, 1908.
Amid pretlj and artistic decorations
Mr. C. Whyto of Kllauen and Mtss
Utile Retdel wcro united In marrlago
by the Rev. J. M l.jdgnte In the Kl
lauca church The bride, prcttll)
gowned In n beautiful nhltn dress,
wax attended by her sister Meta, tlio
maid of honor The groom was at
tended by Mr. Hcnrj Iilrkmro ns lcst
man. After the wedding ceremonj n
reception was held for the happ
couple at the residence of Mr and
Mrs Ulrkmyrc, whero friends and rel
atives congratulated them and bade
them a happy future. At tho dinner.
which was a good and successful one,
several toasts were given by J. It
Meeyrs, Rev. J. M. Lydeate and sev
eral others. Tho groom rcsjonded In
masterly st!o. Soon after the dinner
End reception tho bride and groom
made their getaway successfully amid
the usual Bhonera of rice and old
boots, to Hanalel, whero they spent
the lr honeymoon. After tho depart
ure of tho bride and groom thoso left
behind' danced and hod a real good
tlmo until way Into the small hours of
the morning. Thoso present wero
Mesdames 11. Ulrkmyrc, J, R. Me) era,
J. Chamberlain, S. R Dovorlll, II.
Scott, F. Rcldcl, A. Gomes. II. Huddy,
If. Yahriklhara, Mojcrse, Calvert, tho
Misses B. Hundley, W. Wheeler. F. K.
Deverlll, Ethel Kdwards, M. Rcldel,
M. Huddy and the Messrs. J, R. Mey
ers. J. M. LjdgHte. T. II. Ilorelko. II
Rlrkmnc, R. Scott, D. 8cott, Jns. 1M
wards, A. Kdwards. A. Arthmnnn, K
Yannklhara, E. 0. K. Deverlll. C. Gray
II. Huddy, Calvort, A. Gomes and
many others Tho ladles of Kllauen
and Mrs. Henry Rlrkmjre are "tn
blamo" for tho successful evening, nr
also the Kllauei and Anahola music
boys, who rendered music until tho
last guest of tho evening went home
On Friday, August 21, a party of
four ladles from Honolulu wcro seen
passing through tho Kllauen boule
vard on their way to Ilannlol from
Anahola, a distance of about 17 miles.
It In further learned that they arrived
In Hanalel long beforo dark, In tlmo
to see tho beauties or tne nanaici val
ley by day.
Tho citizens of Hanalel aro pleased
to seo that the. school houto Is being
repaired and being put Into first class
condition' to match tho pretty grounds
on wnicn it sianus.
A very nlco and pretty joung per
sou Bad hor first experience, wlthj a-
dip In the sea. Though unable to
and CARDS artistically
LKT.Hni 1 "- - "1 Mi
A mother who is in good phv sicall
condition transmits to hor child tho
blessing of n good constitution;
sickly, ailing mothers, tho roverso.
Tho tiny balxs brings to her n liv
ing responsibility. At Ruch a timo
too great caro cannot lw taken to
build up tho mother's general con
stitution, nnd restore her feminine
system to a healthy, normal con
dition. The greatest assistance that
any woman can have in accomplish-
ing this all-imiKirtant work U
Mrs. M. Gilmer, of West Union,
S, C, writes to Mrs. I'iiikbam,'
" I wis great lv run down tn health.
suffering from a wenkness peculiar tn
my sex. I began to take I.jdla. K.
I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, ahd
I was not only restored to health but
am the proud mother of a fine baby
girl. I wish every sick and Ailing
woman would give Lvdla K. l'lnkham'a
Vegetable Compound a trial."
Mrs. Paul Oliver, of St. Martin
ville. 1a, writes to Mrs. riukham
" For j ears I suffered from the worst
form of female troubles, and tlio doctor
said I could not get well without an
operation. I,ydla K. I'lnlcham's Vege
table Compound restored me to perfect
health, nnd I have the sweetest little
baby girl. I will never cease to
praise I,rdU K. Itnkluvm's medicine.''
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
tor thirty voars I.vdia K. link
ham's Vcgetablo Comnotuid, mado
from rootn nnd herbs, has been tho
InmlnMl w.vv.i.l . fm fnm.ln ilia
DkU.l.iUlll 1UI1IUUJ till lUlllUMJf) t,clv
and has posit I voly cured thousands of j
women who have len troubled with
tho worst forms. Why don't you
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to ? 'cenrs, making the highest price
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