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EVENINCI IWLLKTIN. HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, KEfl. IS, 1905U
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SYSITEM IK THE NAVY
'Washington, Jan. 27. Secretary
Newberry today made public an ela
borate explanation ot tills plan for
reorganization of the Nnvy Depart
went which recently received the
unanimous approval of n conference
ot men who have been prominent In
naval affairs, called together at the
direction of the President.
As has already been stated the es
sential features contemplate the abol
ishment of the bureau system at tho
Navy Yards to the end that unnoces
Bcry work may bo avoided and slm
plcrmethods ot administration pre.
vail, the enlargement of tho general
beard of tho Navy and the reorgani
zation of the board on construction
fo that there may be more complete
co-ordination In. the work ot tho Navy
Department and more general repres
entation on these Important boards.
To develop tho usefulness and ac
tivities of tho general board by re
arranging its membership is desira
ble, Newberry says. Ho proposes that
It consist of tho Admiral of tho Navy,
' the chief of the bureau ot navigation,
the president of the naval war col
lege, chief Intelligence, officer, one
member ot tho board of Inspection
and survey, naval aill to tho assistant,
secretary and three ot tho most cffl- of propelling machinery and Its In
dent line officers, of tho widest ex-.spctlon.
ptrlencc afloat. The members should! The Secretary believes that In order
be In practically dally consultation
HENRY MAY &
on all matters affecting tho greater
interests of tho Navy and personnel.
Iteorganizntlon of tho board ot con
struction contemplates a membership
cf seven line officers and ona' staff offl-
the chief naval constructor. It
1 1- to be charged with the supervision
of tho design, construction and re
pair of nil vessels and is designed to
,e the effective co-ordinating author
ity for tho manufacturing of material
for tho naval service.
The duties of the four constructing
bureaus, viz: Ordnance, equipment,
steam engineering and construction,
will bo reassigned so that the detail
drafting and manufacturing for the
naval service will be dono by tho bu
rrau ot construction. Tho bureau ot
ordnanco Is to retain control ond
management of tho gun factory, tho
torpedo station, the proving grounds
and magazines. ,
Ultimately tho plan ot reorganiza
tion contemplates the abolishment
specifically- of tho bureau of equip
ment, steam engineering and yards
and docks, their duties to bo absorb
ed gradually by other bureaus. Steam
engineering is to becomo a division
of the bureau of navigation, with it
line officer at his head. This bureau
having lost Its manufacturing fea
tures, will be charged with tho deter-
mtnatlan of the type, location, etc.
to improve the efficiency of our ord-
The Old Hell Cow, with a Sob and a Sough,
Said, "neatly, It beats 'Darnatlou!'
jfc: i , Why! my Latest Calf Passed me Up with a
And asked to be fed 'Carnation'!" .
is almost as rich as cream, with a flavor that recommends it for table
use in preference to all others.
When used in the cooking-, it saves shortening and adds a richness
and a wholesome quality that are delightful. Try it next time you order
nance work nnd steam nnd electrical
engineering, a certain number of offi
cers should be given an opportunity
yearly to specialize In these classes by
onu or more years' postgraduate
work at, suitable institution's.
Part ot the plan which' tha.,Secrc
tary outlines, he says, has been in ef
fect since June 1st, and up to the
present time thero has not been re
ceived ,ono word of criticism, sugges
tion or protest. It appears to bo work,
ing for tho better military efficiency
nnd proper business administration of
Now head for big Catholic university
In Washington, D. C, Is named.
Pastors resign from Jo'm D. Rock
Northern racing men, anticipating
passage of anti-racetrack bill, prepare
to establish gambling resort and race
courso noar Mexican boundary lino.
Ilccall of Los Angclos mayor d
dared to be now practically assured.
United States Supremo Court sus
tains validity of 80 cent gaB rato at
Mikado tho master of tho Pacific
through merchant marino, points Con
gressman Humphreys at conference
In New York. J
Dual homo life of the lato William
Vincent Callery Is bared by contest ot
Joro Durkc of Southern Pacific, will
loso Job as assistant manager of cloar
Ir.g house association.
TAX THE URGED
Legislators To Tackle
Problem of Raising
One of tho most Important Admin
istration measures which will bo
brought before tho Legislature nnd
which the lawmakers of tho Territory
will be urged by tho Governor to pass
will be a bill providing for a special
Whether this measure will meet
with any very determined opposition
In either House Is Impossible to say,
but thero seems to be no reason why
It should. The proposed tax will bo
n special tax ot 2 per cent, upon all
Incomes of $4000 and over. Kew of
the legislators have Incomes that
jould bo affected by this measure,
nnd comparatively few of their con
stituents would bo affected by It.
. (The proposed tax is n special tax
and the measure will make no changq
Ii tho Income tax law now In effect.
Tho money to be raised by the now
tax will bo used for the special pur
poses of securing Immigration and
for the conservation ot the Territory's
It Is possible, of course, that this
proposed financial measure will meet
with opposition from some of tho law
makers who arc constitutionally
"agin the Government," As embodied
In the executivo authority. Also tho
fact that tho money to be raised by
tho special income tax Is to be used
for special purposes and cannot bo
apportioned out by the members ot
tho Legislature may bo a factor that
will render tho bill distasteful to
some of the elect. Hut It seems hard
ly probable that there will bo strong
enough opposition to endanger tho
chances of the measure.
Regarding tho proposed special tax
and, the necessity therefor. Governor
Krear said last Saturday:
Vital i Problems
' "The, most vital problems that will
cpnjf beforo the, Lcglslaturo can be
groupca unuer mo ncaas oi tno con
servation and development of re
sources It Is a broad subject and
tho most Important matter that It In
cludes' Is tho stimulation of Immigra
tion with a view of strengthening tho
Territory with home owners and In
dustrious Workers who can supply our
increasing labor demands.
"Aa.Is well known, under tho Fed
eral laws tho Territory cannot now
obtain Immigrants from Europe as It
did in 1907 and tho Immigration from
tho Orient has practically ceased. A
determined effort is now being made
to secure new Bottlers from the main
land, but at this time we'fannot say
how lt will turn out.
"IC the supply of labor Is not main
tained the prosperity that wo nro now
jcnjoylng cannot but bo checked and
diminished. Thlx will mean dull
times for tho majority of people here,
the Bmall Investor us woll as tho man
ot large capital. It will mean also
that tho revenues ot tho Government,
which are already too small, will fall
off materially. In other words, In
order to maintain government expen
ditures, both Territorial and County,
without tho revenues being reduced
In a degree that will seriously cripplo
administration, It will bo necessary
tn obtain Immigrants In considerable
numbers at an early date.
"The only source that Is open to us
that can provide tho necessary num
bers Is Europe, so far as wo know. To
obtain thery will require a largo
amount ot .money and we certainly
have none to spare. It will bo nec
essary to raise a special fund to meet
this nnd the other necessities. For
Instance, thero Is considerable to be
done in connection with the policy
of conserving the natural resources
of tho Islands. Wo need more money
for the all-Important work of forest
ry. We need a hydrographlc and
topographical survoy so we can tell
more about water supplies for irriga
tion purposes, power and domestic
uhcs, an all-Important matter In these
Islands. A survey Is needed especial
ly for preliminary reclamation work
We understand that tho Federal Gov.
ernment will soon make a beginning
In this connection, there being large
areas In tho Territory that can be re
claimed and bo made available for
At present much of tho land that
can bo taken, under our laws Is more
or less Inaccessible but the areas that
can bo reclaimed are In localities
that would make them extremely' val
uable when once productive.
To Aid the; Farmer
"Thero Is much need for Invest!
Rations along the lines ot protection
from pests and plant nnd nnlmnl In
dustries, all matters ot great impor
tance, to the small landholder; and
settler. There Is another way In
which the small producer could be
greaty benefited and that Is through
the establtshpient ot a marketing
agency that would bring buyer and
producer together, assuring a profit
nblo understanding, nnd tend lo sim
plify tho problem of transportation.
"These nro Just a few of the mat-
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
MAmroN, N..T. I feel thatLydlaE.
Plnkham'a vecetAhla Camnound has
given mo new uic.i
I luncred ior ten
years with serious
female troubles, in.
could not sleep.
Doctors tare me
up, as they said my
chronic I was In
care whetherl lived
or died, when I read about i,ypua v.
Plnkham'a Vttretnbla Comnound! SO 1
began to take It, and am well again and
relieved of all my suffering;.", Mrs.
flrnnnr. .TnnriY. Iloz 40. Marlton. NJ.
Lytlla E. rinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotics or.harm
ful drugs, and to-day holds tho record
for tho largest number of. actual cures
of female diseases wo know of, and
thousandsof voluntary testlmonlnlsare
on file In the rinkhnm laboratory at
Lynn, Mass., from women who have
oeen cureu irom almost every lurui ui
female comnlalrlts. Inflammation, ul-
ceratlon,dlsplacemonts, fibroid tumors,
irregularities, penoaiopains, racxacne,
indigestion and nervous prostration.
Exery suffering; woman owes it to her
self to give Lydla E. I'lnkham's Vege
table Compound a trial.
If von would like medal advice
about your case, write nconllden-.
tint letter to Mrs. I'tnKiiam, ai
Lynn, Mnsa. lick- advice is free,
and ulways helpful.
tors for which thore is pressing need
and for which thero ,1s llttlo or no
chanco ot doing unless additional rev
enues bo assured.
"Perhaps the easiest and least bur
densomo way to obtain such a fund
would bo through tho adoption ot a
special revenue tax. Thls'tnx will an
swor most porfectly tho principal can
on ot taxation, namely: that taxation
should bo equal, meaning not equal
In amount but In proportion to nhll
Ity to pay. Exemption will bo made
so largo that It will fall on'lhoso best
ablo to pay It. Tho Income, tax could
bo made 2 per ccnt.pn Incomes over
$4000. Tho Idea would bo to have all
of the money go to a special fund
and none ot It to bo used for running
expenses of government., Immigra
tion nnd tho development of the Ter
ritory would bo tho only two causes
fur which the money realized on tho
new tax rould be spent. Tho present
Income tax would be left as It Is, to
he divided equally between tho Terri
tory and the Counties for ordinary ex
penses. Tho division of tho new tax
would bo three-quarters for Immlgra
Hon and the remainder for the devel
opment work along the general lines
Indianapolis (Ind.), Jan. "28. After
a ten years' strugglo the Socialists
among tho membership ot the United
Mine Workers of Amorlca havo at last
obtained tho balance of power In tho
annual national convention now In
session here. It Is estimated that 300
ot tho 1400 dclogatos are cither active
Socialists or havo engaged to support
members of Socialistic tendency in
tho convention, '
Prcsldont Lowls finds a rival fur his
offlcu In John Walker of Illinois'." whn
Is a professed Socialist. , LowU rfnd-l
nis supporters, ine conservative party
In the convention, on theovg of pac
tional strife that threatens their
regime, seem to havo decided that It
now would bo "bad politics to antng
cnlio so strong an Influence ns thb
Socialists now wleid, Tho consorva:
ttves nnd tho Socialists ha'yo united In
defeating resolutions recommending
the organization of an independent
A resolution recommending that tho
union miners should bo actlvo In poll
tics and try to- have entered in tho
Stato legislature and to Congress
meii whoso' sympathies aro publicly
known to bo with the working classes,
was enthusiastically, adopted. The
Socialists were successful, In putting
through a' .resolution rccommondl'ng
public ownership of tho "wealth-producing
agencies" of tho country ,
"whlclvniq now In control .of the prcil
atory rich," and that thero should bo
n social organization. totho effect (hat
cacn man wioitui receive mo equiv
alent qf tho. labor that lie' gives to
tho comnutnlty. Ths resolution was
adopted without a dissenting vote,
A' resolution protcstfnV toiCongress
against repealing tho tariff on coal
was defeated by- tho United Mine
Workers' National Convention today.
The delegates from the NortHen't
numi-ii ma ii-puiiiiiuti ,iaivu, ueiiur
Ing tho tariff affords them local pro
A resolution wns adopted advocat
inc' woman's itiiffrnur "
It Is authoritatively announced by
friends of' Thomas L. Lewis, president
of-tho United Mine Workers of Amcr
Icn, that'tho count of tho ballots has
proepded far enough to show that ho
has boon ri'-electod by n majority of
holwoon 16.00(1 and 20,f)Q0 over his op
poncnt, John Wnlker of Illinois,
Holstein Speaks Favor.
Tho chairmen, of, tho various stand.
Ingcominlttecs of ho House of Rep
resentatives nt the session which bo
glnsvnext Wednesday wlllbc, with
one or two exceptions; the samo as
(Bt session.. A statement which may
bo Interprctcd.tp this effect was made
Saturday by Chairman Holstein
Just after his nrrlval from Hawaii to
take up the labors of the next sixty
Mr. Holstein was a llttlo reticent
nr. regards names', stating that ho
would' not name his committees until
after the Republican caucuses ot next
Tuesday. Hut he said, "I think that
a man who was chairman of a com
mittee at the last session and who
has been returned by his constitu
ents may reasonably expect to be ap
pointed chairman of tho same com
mlttco this session, if ho wonts tho'
Thore will necessarily bo some
changes, as not all ot tlio old com
mlttco chairmen wlll.be in tho House
this year. W. T. Rawlins, formerly
chairman of theJudlclary Committee,
Will not occupy his old seat. Eddlo
DoUthltt will probably be chairman
Of'tho Judiciary ConimUtco, nnd the
other members, of course, will be
lawyers, ns It Is" this committee which
has to Bubject the bills 'lntroducod'o
scrutiny as to whether or not. If
passed, they would! hold good' tn tho
K. A, C. Long will be In tho Houso
and will probably be chairman ot tho
Educational Committee, In which po
sition he did exceptionally good work
Castro last session was a member
ot the Committee on Agriculture.
However, It Is understood that he
wants and oxpects a chairmanship
this year, that of tho Committee on
Public Accounts nnd Expenditures.
Mr, Holstein when tlsljcd Jn regard 'to
this said, "WelL Castro Is a cood man
and It ,ho wants the chairmanship of
that cominlt'teo, t guess ho 'can Jiave
jj "i't i
For tho chairmanship of. tho Im
portant .finance Committee, C. "A.1
Rico Is tho logical candidate to sue
feed himself, though It Is understood
that this is. a plum which several oth
cr members would not object to havo
fchaken Into their hats. Representa
tive Shingio Is frequently mentioned
in mis connection.
A. S. KnlclopU was chairman Wl!""0""00". ;"""." '
session of tho Committee on Public
J. H, Coney, unless tho caucus' dd
cldcs otherwise, will bo again chair
man of tho Health and Pollco Com
mlttee. Pall not being returned, tho
chairmanship of the Military Com
mittee Is open' to sonio other nicmbtr.
Eddlo Qullin hnvlng gono to the Sen
atu, Kamanoulu wants to head tho
Printing Committee W. J, Sheldon wan
chairman ot tho Rules Committee last
session. Unless sudden opposition de
velops, he may expect to bo chairman
Doyond his statement as to the
chairmanships, Speaker llolsteln -
for thero Is no .question as to his, se
lection as Speaker this year bad no
itiniuineni (o ,maKo Saturday, nut,
he did say tliatiho fully expected tho
Houso to get through with Its work
Inside of sixty days, notwithstanding
the fact that there Is lots ot work. In
sight and an Immense number of bills
to be Introduced. '
"I. understand," said Mr. Holstein,
"that there will bo n caucus ot the
Republican members of the Houso
next Tuesday afternoon, and a caucus
of tho Republican-Central Committee
Tuosday night. Tho question of
chairmanships, Houso omcors, etc.,
will be discussed at that time. I do
not wish to make any announcement
until after the caucus, as I expect -to-1
be guided by the action taken there,
although tho Speaker has the sole
power of appointments.
Makekau and Kahiho
, "I do not Want to give out my bills
for publication beforo the Senate
meets. It Is a bad policy to do so'
beforehand." Senator MaKokau.
"I am ready for business, hut 1
must coqsult the Home Rule leaders
beforo . make any statement." II.
The abbyo statements' 'wore mado
by ihf two statesmen from Hawaii.
Senator .Makekau, who served 'id tho
Senate, last Legislature, has a num
ber ot Important measures to bring
to the attention of the members of
the Senate. He stated today that he
would be a bad tactician if he were
to give out his bills for publication.
Such action would simply place the
enemy on guard.
Kunlho, the "Cannon Rail of Ko
hala." and the only Home Ruler of
the last and present Legislature, ex
cept II. L. Kawewehl, whn has become
n Homo Ruler, will bo heard on tho
floor of tho Houso In his usual man-
Landsand Internal ImprovementsAs " "" .-.- - -
he Is back this jcar,-he, 6 eourscu a Probable candidate for Houso Chap
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ifo'use. Ho will consult with tho
leaders' of tho Home Rulo party this
J. W Moanaull, another Rprcscii-.
tativb from Hnwnll, is keeping a pad.
lock" ort'hls' mouth for tho present.
'Another lawmaker who arrived to
day Is Senator John T. Drown. Ha
will' probably consult with tho Oahu
members of the Republican party.
Kor the Chaplain of tlio Houso It l
pretty certain that tho plum will b
given again to Rov, Mr. Lono ot,Kaui'
makapill Church. So fnr as known, V-
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tho Senate, Rev. Kallno of Maul Is
out for tho position ot Chaplain.
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