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EVENWO BOLLETtN. HONOLULU. T U , FRIDAY Jt'NE id, 1910
Organic act debate
planter over there anl enletvori to
rahe smnrb? ly s rr-Jutl.es In rla
tlcn to (hit.
Mr Tn i.ey I will say to the ren
t emnn tint r did not ttfor to It for
nn pin pore of Unit klihl I referred
to It for the purpose of showing why
this Committee on Appropriations dlil
not recommend the iiiiproprlatlon ol
$12,500 when It was ii'.ked or.
Mr. Kalunlaiutole. May I ask tlio
gentleman what grounds the commit
tee tind for not nuking the npp.oprl
Mr. Tnwncy. The grounds I
Mr Kalanlananle I was not hero
nt the time.
Mr Tawnm The ground im vvhlih
the committee declined to recom
mend the nppitiprlatliio was, In the
Iln.1 place, that lliero are no Blioinm hail tn do with the water supply of pnrtment could use n pm I Ion of It
In Hawaii to (tango nod. In the stc- ,no UntteiJ Slates ulso Any mnn for gauging of streams or other pur
olid place. It npieiiril In the testl v.hn Unoxt nnvthtiii? nlmnt t ho Tor. noses In the Terrllnrv nl Itnw.ilt?
muni nf' feirrtlntj (larfleld that tho
present! on the appropriation wai
lllllll lilt! f.u-.r mill n lil .III lllu
govcrhor by tho largo planters.
Mr Unlanlaiiaote Do I understand
the goiilfeman to pay that this King
ing pf waters is only to gauge the
streams or no I understand It Is also nnd uther products. These prod- bad wo Included the language In
to gauiio the welts? e l)ct8 are raised nlmost entirely by eluded In th'e estimate, and npproprl
fr, Tavyney It was ol o for artes- Irrigation. Now, to .Iiy that they ajlon had been pnsBed by Congress,
Ian veils and imrpoBSs of that kind, nre not Interested In the water sup-'then the $12,r00 could hnve been
byl e refused to reconimend the in-
prpijrjatlon for tho reason that after glng the question. The comptrol
ii careful examination we were con- er s.is that the provision In sec
vjliceci t,bnt'wo were asked to recom Hon 5 of the act approved April 30,
mend the appropriation of public 1900.
none) for tho lianellt of private In
Mr. Kahiilanaolo t will statu
light hero that lint ntHlelnent Is In
accurate nnd unfounded I
Mr Tawney. It mav lie we were
Mr. Knlanlanao'e The gauging of
stream Hows In Hawaii Is iiol for (lie
benefit of thu simar planters; It Is to
determine the water stippl) available
lor uio on unsold goVttitltiielit tuilds
The plantations rely wholly oil their
own Investigations of water s!tijy
This stream gauging was ftlr tile
b neflt or Indlvldlus, tile lilvcrstrieii
Industries, and tho rem tilting gov
In the Terrltoiy or llawnll toda
there Is not n muie vital tlestloli
than the water riiieBfioll. Thelo
have 'Wen artesian wcils dug In
lliese little Isl.iuda tor the last
ih'Irl.V years, and now conditions
hhvti rirlten wlikh (impel the pep-ple'-lb
afsk. "How long will this vva
ii'f"laL't' us?" Tho teilousi.em of
Uio''pii!bIeiii is shown hy thf fact:
Tli'lrt)' )ears ngo we hull uitcelnn
wells that threw up wner 111
great height in, is, or 20 feet.'
'loday jou can not get pearly tllR
Lame pressure. Under those coudl-
tlons the governor of (he TeriltorJ
nsked Congress, or the department,
to see Hint the water bo measured
u thut Wo will know ns tn tilt)
limit of our nrtcslan supply. Hilt
as to the statement lm,ilq by the
eentlenian. that It is for tho bene-
lit or the phi ul era. even if that wero
ko, It wfluld ho benefiting tlio main
Industry of the Territory; niul there-
fore benefiting the lsuiils us nl
whole. (AppluuBe )
Mr. Tnwney, I will tay, Mr. based upon the fact that geneiul np-,;
Chairman, In answer to tho gentle- pruprlatlons are nol carried by the'
ni.iii rrom Hawaii, that had he np- general statutes Into Hawaii, but
peij'rcd 'before tho committee In sup- that, in order that nny department
port', it. , the estimate submitted ror may extend nny portion or tho gen
ho 12,500, and made the argu-'ernl apprc prlatlon In the Territory or '
inuiitVihut he has made here this llawnll, there must bo express im-i
afternoon, It Is likely the subcom -
ijilt(eu would not have refuted to
grant, the approp;
I tinvo reneat-
"ediy 'introduced bills to carry up -
piojirladons for soil suryo8 and tbe opinion, but if that statement Is
bjieani gauging In Hawaii, cnrre.t, I think it is an abominable
" i' liilve asked Tor hearings on decision. .
these 'bills, and on one occasion w.is Mr. Mann. That Is not the (ipln
' given' h bearing. Hut no Items rot Ion.
lliiWall were ever reported b the I Mr. Crumpacker. Let me suggest
(omtiilttecs tontrolllng those bills; that It the comptroller decided that
"and Without some such legislation cf this particular appropriation, no
'tis tlio pending amendment we will 'part of It could be used In Hawaii,
probably never get tiny federal help because Congress did not Intend that
on those lines fit needed develop. It should be used there, the provl
ment. Klon in ynur bill would not niter the
Mr. Good. Mr. Chairman, I hope attitude or the Hawaiian Islands n
gentlemen ot the committee will not particle, because Congress may ro
become confused ns to the real Issue ruse to permit any part or any gen
Involved In the amendment. Theernl appropriation to be used In Hu
amendmeut Is not intended niiil can wall, whether this provision Is In or
not be used to nld speclnl luteiests'out or tho law, I do not believe this
In the Ten ltury or Hawaii, lt will I amendment adds anything to the
operate against special Interests 'prt sent Inw In that respect. It tho
rnther than nld them I cull the' comptroller simply held that the np
ntteutlon of gentlemen of the cum-lproprliition under consideration In
' mlttee who ure lawjers to the pro
vision that wo havo incorporated In
this bill. We simply hero provide,
what every lnwcr upon the floor of
this House will admit Is law, Hint
the lawstof the United Stntes, In
cluding nil tho luws grunting gen
et nl appropriations, apply to tho
Territory of Hawaii as well as to
nny State or uny other Territories
ot tho United Suites, I want to ask
the gontlcnuin wlio l chairman of
the Committee on Appropriations,
who makes the objection to this pro- Ivldcd that no part of it should bo
vision, If It, Is not the case that n'used forggnuglng streams In the
gteat many or tho provisions In tho. State or Minnesota. The Comptrol
bill which tins recently been report-ller of tbe Treasury then could and
ed nnd has been under discussion, would have held that the department
Hie urgent deficiency bill, are sub- had no authority to expand nny por.
jeut to the point of order In that j Hon of tbe appropriation In the State
they are not authorized by law? of Miiinesotn. If, as stated by the
That measure contains appruprta -
tlot-s for various things In tlio Ter
ritory of Hawaii and 'In the Terri
tory of Alaskn.
from Pace 1.)
If the gentleman's, rea'onlng 1"
Mund, then tha-e provt'lcn were
subject to the point of order, be-
caitoB there is no authorisation of
law for thoie piov'lsloni. Herein-
rote we Inve mad such nppioprl.i-
tlon on the theory thut the luws of
the United 8tntos nro applicable-' to
tlio Tenltorlcs. I think It Is agreed
tli.it If tlio provisions of 'lllu
utes were Interpreted by any court.
there would tio nn moi.jolti' tn- ti.io
nnietidiiient. Hut instead wo hnve
.in llterurc at on liv tlio fntnnlrnl.
!er nf the Tie.isury Now, let tis Mr. Criimpncker. Does the gcnllo.
keo what the Comptro.ler of the man from Mlnneotn ndmlt now tint
Tiimriii) Bald with teferen-o tn this In the nbwnec of nny facts tendlns
matter. He did not have reference to" show the contrnry, Ihnt respect
to the measuring nf streams nlnno. Ing general appropriations for gaug
The iiuestloi. thut was tip before, Ing of the wnter of streimi or nny
htm for consideration and decision other neneral imnrotirl itln". the dn.
"iiii niiwi- i iimiiiiii(, iiiiiiiu mil a ;
r)rv uf Hawaii, who knows nny-i
,hnK lllU ller Krcl,,r re-'
Hiurccs, must know that those Is.
lands depend altogether upon IrrI-
gallon or the piodtictlon uf over
10,000.000 worth of tugar annual-
l unit n prv vnliinliln imiii nf i-lra
ply of the Islands, I think Is beg-
That the Constitution, and
except ns otherwise provided,
all the laws of tho United
Slnles which nre not lo'nlly In
applicable shall have the same
forte aid elfect in the Teirl
tory as elsewhere in thewUult
lie a so saya:
I a I to decided to the contiary
on tho llth day of July, 190".
niul held, -In view or the above
puivlslon, 1 think, it was tho
Intended or Congress not to '
make appropriations for vari
ous project, or the Government
of the United States available
tor expemiltuie In the Hawai
ian Islands, except where pro
visions for the operation of
tucb ptojects In the Islands
have been made.
Now, Mr, Chairman, (r the bead!
or these departments nre not to be
depended upon tn make equitable
and right divlsloi s of the funds that
aro appropriated for special purpose,
thtn we should not mnko lump Bum
niiiruiriiuions ni an. inn snoiiiii np-
"roprlnte for tpeclflc objects. I sny
lno !iend nf these departments nre
vafnhlo of making a wise and eca.
"a.mlcnl expenditure of such nppro-
HI ItJon In every place In the Unlt-
prt States, then the heads of theso
'lepartnients arc certainly capable ur,'
'""KH.ff np equltablo division of these
funiU w far as they apply to the
!'"' iinniis unu Aiassa, lerri
lories of the United States.
-Mr. Crumpatker. Will the gentle
IW permit n question?
Mr Good. Certainly,
Mr. Crumpacker. Is that decision
, thorlty given In the appropriation
Good. That Is as I undorstnnd I
' Mr. Crumpaiker. I have not read
that case was not applicable to Ha-
wall because Congress did not Intend'
It should be, no nmei dmetft ot the
law Is necessary, because Congress al
ways hug the right to limit its ap
propriations to particular Stntes or
Terrltorles; but if the dclslon held
that general appropriations were not
available In Hawaii unless the law'
making them so expressly declared,
tbep the amendment Is necessary.
Suppose In connection with the
same appropriation It had been pro
' gentleman from Illinois (Mr, Maun).
the decision was based on the fait
that Congreps did not Intend to make
the appropriation available for use
III Hnwnll, thru jour amendment
does not nmotint to nti tlilnR.
Mr. Tawney. I will nay tn tlio
gentleman from Indlnnn thnt In the
estimates submitted to Congress by
the demrtment for rnticlni? ttxenmi
the depirtment Included tl2,"0J) for;
(Hit service It. Hawaii The com-
mlttee dlsvtisie.l the neccs-It for
that appropriation with the he.id of
Hie ilepailnient nnd tho li.u I at the
fleologlcal Survey, nnd nfter consld-
edition declined to include tlult Inn-
giago which they had submitted In
slitti-jllHr estimate, mid therefore thu
Comptroller held that It was the In-
innilnn r.r rv. . ihot .m ..ori ,.r
the appropriation coti'd be expended
In I in Terrllnrv nf Itnwnll
" ii' ivi in it
Mr Tnwney. i ,ic
As n matter.of fact,
do not ndmlt that.
thcro I no nil-
thorlty for appropriating any money
whatever for gauging streams any-
whero In tho United States, but if
the appropriation were made by au
thority of law, as It would have been
Mr Crump icker. When nn appro-
prlatlon Is made ror general pur- Bo su'r(, VQU ,t -.vcft'S."
poses, does the gentleman rrom Mln-' ' , , ,
rrerota admit that the department rrwiriytt.l CAmARt.. ur . US..
Which lias control or that npproprl- i
nllon may use nny portion or It It lu110 to voluntarily. The gentle
rees nt In the Territory of Hawaii? mnn ling r,Rht , coln,iare lt wlth
Mr. Tawney. No; I do not ndmlt Porlo ,,, or 10 ,,h,plllle ,a,nll(ll,.
IJiat ; nor s it true of Porto Itlco, or , Mr Tnwilpy. So f Jr 10 ppn.
of the Philippines, or of Alaska, or ,Uirp of , m1llc ni0IlcyB ,,, ,,,
.., ... uui ...ui... ,n,i".iu...
air. namuion. vvny uoes inegen.
t'einnn, compare Hawaii with Porto
iiico and inc riiiiiipinei7 uoes tne
gentleman call Hawaii nn Insular
, Mr. Triwnev. It Is the same thing
'with reference to this matter.
I Mr. Hamilton. It Is a Torrl'n-v of
the United Stntes. It Is absolutely
unfair for the geutlcnint- to omparo
lt with the Insular pos-egslons. It
was an Independent republic nnd
d.i .,n i
It wus certainly a row! messenger
wlinlirotight tLo liens to j our homo
tint A,-r'i Baranrllh makut the
1'lood "neb Slid red." Thl means
so much le thoso who aro thin, )ile,
'eeblc, weM u"'1 ni'tvotw. After
Ayer's S.irjaiarllll has cured you.
"fy tlio clad uiissBgo to a friend or
I'crhaps you suiter from tho effects
of a warm clltaato. Prolonged warm
weather seriously impairs tho strength
uf many people. Tho dlgostlon Is
slow, nuil tlio liter becomes sluggish,
luiptirltlis 'n the blood accumulato
aud camotli.it feeling i downhearted
ness niul depression.
Is of tho greatest uo In such cases.
Its purlfjitig, stietigthi'iilng, uii'l iip
buildlui! iropi'iili-i will m nf Imstl
mablo vuluu to von.
Ait umr mni!-. I ( Sit";ii
jHirlilii runt i,iii i d 1 1 nl, ol.
T!.Qro n i ! ' ' 'l
d rcctlon Is roiicerned It l slmllnr.
nil of them '
Well, wo arc proud ot
(To be Continued.)
When Itaby whs sick w guve bet
When elm was n Child she cried fn
When she became Miss, shn clung tn
When she had Children, she gave them
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CLAIMS HE CM
Chemist Whose Tests Caused Dank.
.er't Death Tells of His Discovery.
SCIlANTdN. iVh!.), May 23. Tho
nature of tho chemical experiment
which resulted in tho death of Charles
C, Dickinson, cx-presldcnt of the Car
negie Trust Company of New York,
was revealed today by Dr. P, W.
I.auge, the chemist and physician, who
snyB that ho has discovered a process
for transmuting base metals Into sil
ver. In pr. Lango's laboratory here last
week Dickinson was overcome by acid
fumes and his death resulted Tuesday
Dr. I.nngo says that Dickinson when
he saw base metals being transmuted
Into silver beenmo overcnthiislastlc,
nnd leaving the neat he bad been In
structed to occupy, stepped near tn tho
furnace heated to 4Q0O degrees and In
haled the deadly gases.
According to I-nnge, Dickinson was
about to back I.nngo'a discovery with
all his resources. I.ango says he ills;
covered tho process four years hgo
nnd since then has repeatedly proved
Its accuracy In his laboratory. Tie uses
one part of sllvor to ninety-nine parts
of base metal in the transmuting pro
cess. Tlio silver thus manufactured
by him he has sent to expert analysts
nnd nssaycra In soveral cities and also
tn tho United Stntes Mint and all re
ports havo declared the sulnlnnce to
bo sliver of high grade.
FPOM TRIP ABROAD
NKW YOItK. May 29 Mrs. drover
Cloveland.' with her three daughters
and son, returned from an eight
months' stny in Europe today and left
tho Hobokcn pier, where the steam
ship Cleorgo Washington docked, on
K. C. Uene.llct's yacht Oneida for bis
homo in Greenwich, Conn.
Mrs. Cleveland looked extremely
well nnd declared she was In the best
ot health. Her daughter, Rather, now
IS j cars old, showed a greater change
than any of tho other children, Fran
ces Grovcr, Marlon nnd Itlchard Kol
OKTICK OF TJin DOAIiD OP
Ilono'ttlu, Hawaii, June 8, 1910.
TENDnns roil riEEr cattle.
Sealed tender?, In duplicate, en
dorsed "TENDEI13 roft DEEr CAT
TLE," will be received at the office
of the Hoard ot Health, until 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, June 21, 1910,
for supplying the Leper Settlement,
Moloknl, with beof-cattle for tho
peiloil ot six months from July 1,
1910, to December 31, 1910, under
the following conditions, namely:
1. The bidder must offer to fur
nish fat beef cattle to weigh not lesa
than 3K0 lbs. net when dressed, In
lots averaging about CO head per
month, more or less, aa may be speci
fied by the Superintendent of the
Leper Settlement, delivered nt the
Leper Settlement, Moloknl, nnd to
accept the dressed weights ascertain
ed at the Leper Settlement. For
further Information npply al the of
fice ot the Hoard of Health, Hono
lulu. 2. Hides, tnllow and offal to bo
the property of the Hoard of Health,
3. Each bid must be for tho price
per pound dressed wolgbt, with an
alternative offer of the price per
4. The successful bidder must
ngroe that all cattle nre offered for
delivery subject to the right ot the
Superintendent of the Leper Settle
ment to rcjoct any or all unfit for
use, In which event other cattle
must be forthwith furnUhed to mako
up the required number nnd those
rejected forthwith removed nt tho
expense ot the bidder.
All. bids must be submitted In ac
cordance with, and subject to, the
provisions nnd requirements ot Act
02, Session Laws 1909.
Tenders must be accompanied by
a certified check equal In amount to
G of the tender, on the basis of 60
head per month, or CO head per
month weighing net, when dressed,
3G0 pounds each,
THE HOAItD OF HEALTH.
Hy Us President,
K. A. MOTT-SMITH.
4010 June 8, 9, 10, 11. 13, 14, IS.
1G, IT, 18.
OFFICE OF T1IH HOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno 8, 1910.
TUNDEHS FOH PAIAl, LEPEIl
Sealed tenders, In duplicate, en.
dorsed "TENDEriB FOIl PAIAI.
I.KPRH SETTLEMENT." will be re
ceived at the bmcc Of tho Hoard of
Health, 'until 12 o'click noon, Tues
dny, June 21, 1910, for supplying the
Leper Settlement, Molokal. with pa
lal during the period ot six months
from July 1. 1910, to December 31,
1910, under tho following loiulltlona,
Tenders to be for the prl e per
bundle of pnlal weighing twentyrflve
(25) pounds net. The palal to be
fleshly made and securely packed In
tl leaves and dellveied In good con
dition at the Leper Settlement, Mo
lokal. Tenders to be busod on the supply1
lot 900 to 1900 palal por month to be
delivered as ordered by the Superin
tendent and the supply to bogln with
the first week of July, 1910.
For further Information apply at
the ofllce ot the Hoard of Health, Ho.
The Hoard reserves the right to
purchase tnro from Wnlkolu Valley.
Tendersvinust be accompanied by
uncertified check equal tn, amount to
G or the tender, on the basis or
1200 pnlal per month.
All bids must be submitted' In ac
cordance with, and be subject to, the
provisions nnd requirements of Act
62, Session Laws or 1909.
, THE BOAIID OF HEALTH,
Hy Its Presldont,
E. A. MOTT-SMITH.
4 C10 Juno , 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 1C,
10, 17, 18, '
OFFICE OF THE HOAHD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, 'Juno 8, 1910.
TENDEIl TOIt PURCHASE OF
Scaled tenders, In duplicate, en
dorsed "TENDER FOR PURCHASE
OF HIDES," ror the purchase of hides
belonging' to tho Hoard ot Health,
for the period of six months from
July 1, 1910, to December 31, 1910,
will bo recolved nt tho office ot the
Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock
noon, Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910,
Tenders must be for the price per
pound for hides delivered on tlio
wharf at Honolulu, on weights ap
proved by an agent ot tho Hoard ot
Payments required In U. S. gold
coin Immediately after delivery.
The Hoard docs not bind Itself to
accept the highest or' any bid.
THF 'IOARD OF HEALTH,
lly Its President,
E. A. MOTT-SMITH.
4040 June 8, 9, 10, il, 13. 14, IB,
16, 17, 18.
Chickens and Geese
Scaled proposals will be received
at the office of tho City and County
Clerk, until the hour of 7:30 o'jftV.
p. tn.. ot TueMay, Ji;j.e 2i, iiv.
for the furnbjjilng of the following
supplies for tbe City nnif County
Jail Jroin July J, 1910, to December
Supplies nro to bo furnished In
quantities upoui, the requisition of
the City and County Jailor.
Alt tenders must be distinctly
marked, "Tenders for Supplies, Ho
The Hoard of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject tho lowest or any
Meat, per lb.
Spnds, per lb. '
Salt Pork, per lb. ,
Salmon (salt), per lb. '
lleana (white), per lb.
Hlce, per lb.
Sugnr (brown), per lb. .
Medium Dread, per lb.
Hread (fresh), per loaf.
Onions, per lb.
Tea, per1 lb.
Coffee, por lb.
Pol, per lb.
Flour, per lb.
Soap, per1 lb.
Coal, per 2240 lbs.
D, KALAUOKALANI, JIl
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
Dated June 6, 1910.
4G3S June C, 7, 8, 9, 10,
Sealed Tenders will be received by
tho Superintendent ot Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday. Junv22,
1910, for the construction or two
one-story frame buildings to be used
as dining halls at tho Leper Hospi
tal, Kallhl, Honolulu.
Plnns, specldcatlons and proposal
blanks on Die In the ofllce ot the
Superintendent of Public Works.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, June 8, 1910.
Special Meeting ot Stockholders of
Notice is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders at
tho Waianae Company will be hem
on Wednesday, the 10th day of June.
1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the of
fice of J, M. Dowsotf, Honolulu, T.
II., for the purpose ot taking steps
necessary to obtain, an amendment
to the charter of tho company.
Hy order of tho President.
J. M. DOWSETT,
Secretary, Walanne Company.
Dated, Honolulu, May 31, 1910.
Special Meeting of Stockholders of
Notice Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders ot
the Waianae Company will be tteld
on Friday, the 17th day of June.
1910, ut 10 o'clock a. m., at the
office of J, M. Dowsett, .Honolulu, T.
IL, for the puropse of considering
an Increase In the capital stock ot
said Walnnaf Company.
Hy order of the President.
J. M,. DOWSETT,
Secretary, Wnlanfte Company.
Dated, Honolulu,' May 31. 1910.
Notice Is- hereby given of the In
corporation, under tho laws ot the
Territory of Hawaii, of BANK OF
HONOLULU. LTD. (Capital 1600.
000 fully paid up). whch will tako
over and succeed to the business ot
CLAUS 8PRECKELS & CO, on July
The 'HANK OF HONOLULU, LTD.,
will conduct a general banking bus
iness as heretofore carried on by
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO., nnd
nsks the continuance ot tho valued
patronage accorded to that firm,
UANK OF HONOLULU, LTD.
W. O. IRWIN,
Starting June 18, 1910, and until
further notice, tho Pacific Oil Trans
portation Company will close nt 1
P, in. on Saturdays.
A. E. DAVIDSON.
11 ' ' -"
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Has been called and Is DUE JUNU
16 and DELINQUENT on JULY 16.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
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