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RVKNINQ IIULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1910.
ORGANIC ACT DEBATE
Ill latter opinion, lie
been oij g)nd to 8c
In nn oplijlon a',tliq 'ltiir
lerpl, It It were, tllftcrciVf (rom1
i ho rendered. Tor soi'no'rea-
tlm nne ho rendered
Kim unknown Uli me ntiA noV ills
i loved here, tile Deo.utmeiil of the
I liter Iw- apparently was unwilling iuitn
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submit, the question to the Attorney
tichernl us suggested by the conip
holler, Mr. CritmpiUker. Is It now the
opinion of the gentlenuin from New
York that the expenditure of a gen
eral appropriation for the Intcytlgu
tkiii of the water icsouucs of tho
wintry should be (onllned to lontl
liciitnl United Stntes and that no
part of It could be expended In the their disadvantage. Ilo docs not stig
Terrltory of Hawaii without cxpiess C08t thai onUInt weaknesses are like-
nuthorlty of law? , ly
Mr. Fltigernld. There Is no ex-
prcsn authority In the law fur ex- authority should become too oxtrma-
pending any money for that purpose g!U,t, )cnilnd him now Hint If I
nny place at all. 'should bo continued a Member of this
Mr. Crumpuikcr. The proposition body I will help to put tho brakes on,
Is this: Is express autborltj of law
for that kind of an appropriation In
Hawaii necessary to Justify Its ex
Mr. FlUgerald Oh, I think not;
but 1 bclloo It Is desirable, be
cause of peculiar conditions In the
Hawaiian Islands, Porto Hlco, nntl
In Alaska, that tbo bureaus of the
Department of tho Interior, when I
Isjproposed to expend monejs In the
earning out of particular work In
these places, should make that fact
known to Congres and speelucall
estimate for tho work they tiroposo,
bo that the Congress may. In an In
tclllgcnt and well-informed manner,
iias upon the request, it Is a qucs
Hon as to whether tho Congress shall
determine whero the money shnll be
oxpended or whether tho department
shall hno unlimited right to do a
Mr. Crumpackor. this general
appropriation wns made to bp ox-pci-ded
by the Interior Department
In Its discretion. There Is no limi
tation upon It.
Mr. Fltigernld. Thnt Is true, but
the Comptroller of theTreribhrJ, who'
Ik tbo last man who stands Uelttoen
tho department and the, Treaflirj,
has held, In view of tha tacts which
ho enumerates nnd sets forth In the
opinion, that It apparently wa not
the Intention of Congress that this
money should he expended In the
Ilawallnn Inlands. From my famll
larlty with what happened In con
nection with thnt particular appro
priatlon I know that tho Intention
of Congress was that the money
should not be expended In the Ha
In spite of that fact, nnd although
the department wag well aware of
that fact, pursuing a w,ell-scltled
praglte In some of the bureaus, of
that department, It attempted to ex
pond this money in disregard of the
Intent and wish of tho Congress ns
expressed In the law. Personally
should be, pleased to see n proper In-
estlgatlon made of the water re
soifrtes and the water supply of the
Hawaiian Islands. There can he no
question, ns the gentlenuin from Ha
wall hag said, that this Is one ot
the Important questions to be deter
mined, to, far as the prosperity and
,1-ULcess of moat of the crops In the
.Islands are concerned. Involved here
however. Is merely a question as to
the proper mcUiod of appropriating
money for tho tor lie of this depart
ment. In lew of my experience I
prefer thati-the department should
be compelled o make specific est!
mates, nnd If I had the power 1
would compel the department fc
make a more detailed and specific
cstltiate as to the pln-os where II
intended to spend all money appro
prlated for thlif purpose. Much ol
It, In my opinion, haB been expend
d without authority of law and foi
'purposes never contemplated am'
never authorized. Ono ot tho appro
prlojlons was expended In making a
survey, not out ot the water-suppl)
appropriations, but out ot the topo
graphical survey appropriations, In
the State of Mar) land, as 1 recall,
which could bo of advantage to no
body except tho men who were pro
motlng and Intending to build an
electric railway line. Such expendi
tures of money, such administration
ot public affairs, can not commend
Itself to anybody Interested In good.
u..iMr.. Hutlor. Mr. Chairman, I think;
linforo wo' vote 1111011 thl nart ot
tho bl wo opght to 'onslder, quiff,
wuj wnm w n uru uuuui " uu uiu
Its effect when dono '' Vo"opgTl to
remember that tltes pefj'lp. o( -ty
,,i,wal came tq us willingly api ji'Med
their treasures In our keeping.' )yo
ought to bear In mind that tho poo
pie of Hawaii, without condition, had
confidence enough In us to hand us
all their resources. The Integrity of
'our nation was their guaranty; our
-strength was the refuge they sought;
our prlnclple of equality among men
tempted them to Join us. There l
no man In, (his House who Is more
faithful in following the gentleman
from Minnesota than-1 am, but In
thla Inbtpnce, the Koutlcmau Is ab
solutely wrong;' not lutentloually so,
but.neverthelewi, he Is wrong. If
the "gentleman's opinion shall pre
Mlll'ln )hl committee, our conduct
will be misunderstood. 1 repent, the
pcople of Hawaii hud suflklcnt ion-
fldence In this Gooinmcnt lo offer to
II ts jearly revenues. Last jenr $,
'ton.000 of their revenues enmcto
our Trcasurj, nnd wo paid .tppcx-pcii-e9
of their govcrnmcut, amount.
Inf: to nliont $200,1)00. Tor on, 1
ntn mm llllne to he auspicious. 1
"T . . .
nnt ready to Join wiui mo gen
llijtiiaii from Mlunrsoln In his appro-
The effort he Is making to deprive
the people of Hawaii of the privileges
mid the rights vhleh the other peo
ple of this Nation enjoy Is unfair to
hlmxelf and unjust to them. Ap
plause. 1 nm not w llllng'to comedo
Unit liiiaglnary frailties of our gov
ernment otnilal should operate to
to be found In the ofllclals of Ha-
wall. If Americans invested wiui
ttlt l will not bo suiplrious in uu
: . . : ....... .....
ancc I do nut know mreurei "
rnnieiital assistance Is necessary to
dig their wcjls 'oi? measure their
streams, to level tliclr mountains nnd
mend thejr roads, but In Juslinca
Hon to' ourselves, m friends, I do
know we ought to treat these pcopio
right applause), not to excite their
mistrust or that of our own. What
they actually need lot us give them.
There has been no addition to our
rnrrltnrv that wits so greatly wel
comed ns thnt of Hawaii; there has
been no acquisition so vnlunblo to
n ns Hawaii.
i mm not If It wcro only n desert
wot unfitted for tho habitation of
man nr beast. It has offered .to us
tho opportunity of necessary proiec-i
Hon upon our western coast, u
a innd thnt has been looked for by
aery power of the earth. It Is ono
(hat was courted and coveted by every
Important power of the enrth, and In
the event of a genernl conflict every
armed force In the world would fight
tor. because It holds the key 19 the
mtlltnry position In the Pacific ocean.
It hns glen us this nrtvamago over
,11 mhor It nrefcrred our company
'ipjond that of all others. If It needs
government aid In the way of Inter
nal Improvement, we tan regulate
tbo nnnronrlatloiis by limitation of
other necessary methods. If our tlov
eminent offlilals lieiome too extrava
gant In the administration of the af
fairs of Hawaii, I want now to re
peat the promlso I made, to nsslst the
gentleman from Minnesota nnd the
gentleman from New York to apply
he brakes and apply them tightly.
"Mr. Mondcll. Mr. Chairman, this
Is not n question or sentiment, ns the
jeiitleman from Pennsylvania Mr.
Ilutler) seems to think. It Is not
even n question ot how much ot the
federal appropriations Hnwall'dught
'o have. It Is simply a question of
jood governmental methods. Our ap
propriations ought to be apportion
ed as tar ns possible by Congress
ind not by the department. They
ought to be segregated, so far ns It Is
tosslble to do so, by Congress, and.
'n m opinion, Hawaii and Alaska,
A'hlclv, Is in the bamc category, will
jventunlly receive much more consid
eration, much larger expenditures of
Tcderal nionejH, much larger federal
ipproprlatluns. If Congress shall pro
vide specifically for their wants than
If tho provision which tho commit
tee proposes Is enacted Into law,
(To be Continned.)
ECZEMA CHE-ABLE ?
I Attorney at Mollne, III , 'Convinced by
oil of Wlnternreen Compound
There Is nothing that will convince
1 law j or except evidence.
Now, here' Is some rather startling
evidence of 11 simple home euro fort
oczema which convinced one lawyer,
F. C. Hntrikcn. attorney at Mollne
(II. He tells how oil ot wlntergrecn
compound mixed with thymol and gly.l
cerine, as In D, D. D. Prescription ,
cured him In thirty tho a after thirty,
two years of suffering.
"For 32 j cars," writes Attorney En
trlken, "I was troubled with eczema,
scabs nil over my face, body and head.
t could run a hair brush over my body
ind the floor would bo covered with
scales enough to fill a bisket.) I trjed
everything salves. Internal niodlclno,
X-Ilay all without result." '
"Just a month ago I was Induced
to tiy I). D. I). Prescrlptlon1ITipo Itch
was relieved lustuntly; so I cpntlnued.
It Is Just a mouth now nud'um com
pletely cured, I huvo not a, particle
of Itch apil the scales'hato dropped
"I can onlyisay again CURE DIS
COVEHCD. I am now starting all
eczema sufferers on tho right track."
Cure after euro hns been brought
to our attention nnd always that In
Btant relief from tho awful Itch.
Honolulu Ding Co., Fort Street,
"The Dements of Religion" wa
the subject of a most Interesting lee
ture dellveied by Ilev J P. Erdman
before the graduating classes of Oahn
Collego )egturday. The examinations,
which commenced esterday will take
up today and tomorrow. Thursday
tho commencement exercises will bit'
held in I ho Charles It. Ulshop Hull,
. ' NEARLY 7000 PAIRS C$ ,ljti
f"pHE most complete stock of Shoes ever entering the port
. of Honolulu. The shipment is made up ot styles that
reproduce the very, latest custom fo(jtvear fashions from the
style centers of the world. Any Regal Shoe style you select
is correct in every fashionable detail.
Regal Quarter Sizes insure the perfect fit and comfort
found clsewhcreonly in expensive custom-built shoes.
Regals sell for $3. 50, $4.00 and $5.00
SAME PRICE, SAME SHQE
as sold in every Regal Store in Uniteci States
Buy Regals and Save Money
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Standard Equipment Includes Top
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Complete line of cars with fore-door
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Touring Car Close-Coupled
Runabout Coupe Phaeton
Early deliveries. Limited allotment.
We are now taking orders, i Complete
information and catalogue on request.
Von Hainm -
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Young Co., Ltd.
OFFICE Ot THE BOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 8, 1910.
TKNDERS FOR'pEEF CATTLE.
Sealed lenders.1 fn' fiAJnrtbntfe, en
dorsed "TKNDErt&TO'tl'hEBFi CAT
TLE," wilt be rocelvcil al"tnc"ofnee
of the Hoard of , Health, 'until 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, June Bi, '1910,
for supplying the Leper Settlement,
Molokal, with beef cattle for the
period of six mblttlis from July 1,
1910, lo December 31, 1910, under
the following conditions, namely:
1. The bidder must offer to fur
nish tat beef cattle to Weigh not less
than 350 lbs. net when dressed, In
lots averaging about 60 head per
month, more or less, as may bo speci
fied by the Superintendent of tho
Leper Settlement, delivered at the
Leper Settlement, Molokal, nnd to
accept the dressed weights ascertain
ed at tho Leper Settlement. For
further Infoi mutton npply at the of
fice ot the Hoard of Health, Hono
lulu. 2. Hides, tallow, nnd offal to ho
tho properly of thoi Hoard of Health.
3. Each bid must bo for the prlco
per pound dressed weight, with nn
alternative offer ot the prke per
I. Tho successful bidder must
agrco thnt all cattle are offered for
delivery subjqct to the right of the
Superintendent ot the Lepor Settle
ment to reject any or all unlit for
use. In which event other cnttlo
must lie forthwith furnished to make
up tho requlrcd'number and thoso
i ejected forthwith removed at the
expense ot tho bidder.
All bids must bo submitted In ac
cordance with, and subject to, tho
provisions and requirements ot Act
62, Session Laws 1909.
Tenders must bo accompanied by
a certified check equal In amount to
5 of the tender, on tho basis of 60
head per month, or 60 head per
month weighing net, when dressed,
350 pounds each. - -.
THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
Dy Its President,
E. A. MOTT-BMITH.
4040 Juno 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,
16, 17, 18.
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 8, 1910.
TENDERS FOR PAIAI. LEPER
Sealed tenders, In duplicate, en,
doi-Bed "TENDER8 FOR PAIAI,
LEPER SETTLEMENT," will be re
ceived nt the ofllco ot the Hoard of
Health, until 12 oclock noon, Tues
day, 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 conditions,
Tenders to be for tho prke por
bundle of palal weighing twenty-five
(25) pounds net. The palal to bo
freshly made and securely packed In
ti leaves and delivered In good con
dition at the Leper Settlement, Mo
lokal. Tenders to be based on the supply
of 900 to 1900 palal per month to be
delivered as ordered by the Superin
tendent and tho supply to begin with
tho first week of July, 1910.
For further Information apply at
the offlco of the Hoard of Health, Ho.
The Hoard reserves tho right to
purchase taro from Walkolu Valley.
Tenders' must be accompanied by
a tertlllcd r.heck equal In amount, to
5 of tho tender, on the basis ot
'All bids must be submitted In ac
cordanco with, and be subject to, the
provisions and requirements of Act
62, Session Laws ot 1909,
THE HOARD OF HEALTH,
lly Its President,
B. ,A. MOTT-BMITH.
4640 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,
16, 17. 18.
omen OF THE HOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 8, 1910.
TENDER TOR PURCHASE OF
Sealed tenile.ru, In duplicate, en
dorsed "TENDER TOR PURCHA8E
OF HIDES," for the purchase of hldeB
belonging to the Hoard ot Health,
for the period of six months from
July 1, 1910, to December 31, 1910,
will bo received at tho office of the
Uoard ot Health until 12 o'clock
noon, Tuosday, June 21, 1910.
Tendors must bo for the price per
pound for hides' delivered on tha
wharf at Honolulu, on' weights np
proyed by an Agent of the Doard of
Payment required In (If 8.' gold
coin Immediately lifter delVvb'ry. ' "
The Board doestMk'iliiaait,sb,lf''t,d
accept the h(gh&t,,'bValli''lbld.C ' '
TUP MOAlVt WMfiALTH.
By Its President, '
C. A. MOTT-SMITH.
4640 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, IS,
16, 17. 18.
thickens and Geese
QAaln.l T.flil... will tin Ainl,....! I...
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday, Junfi('V,
1010, for" the cohstr,dcfl6H of two
ftUt-EtQCyifrnmn buildings Jflx be used
akfdlnlng halls nt the Lepor Hospi
tal, Kallhl, llonoluu. y ,, ( t
I rians.pcqjftqsjtfpps and proposal
blanks on, fllelM)p,the,,oracpl of the
Superintendent, ot Publp Works.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Juno 8, 11)10.
MEETCTQ NOTICE. i
.Special Meeting of Stockholder! of
Pacifio Sagar Mill.
.Notice is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholdcra ot
tho Pacific Sugar Mill will bo held
on Thursday, the 16th day ot June,
1910, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at the office
ot H. A. Schaetcr & Co., Ltd., Hono.
lulu, T. II., for the purposo of taking
steps necessary to obtain nn amend
ment to the charter of tha company,
lly ordor ot the president.
J. W. WALDIION.
Secretary, Pacific Sugar Mill.
Daied, Honolulu, June 8, 1910,
. 4042--June' 10, 13, 14, IS.
" will '
Special Mettinp of Stockholder! of
Pacific Snear Mill.
Notice Is hereby 'given thnt a spe
cial meeting of tho stockholders of
tho Pacific Sugar Mill will bo held
on Thursday, the 16th day nt Juno,
1910, at 10 o'clock n. m , at tho ofllco
of F. A. Schaofcr & Co , Ltd., Hono
lulu, T. 11., for the purposo ot con
sidering an Increase In tho capital
stock ot said Pacific Sugar. Mill.
lly ordor of the presldont.
J. W. WALDRON.
Secretary, Pacific Sugar Mill.
Dated, Honolulu, Juno '8, 1910.
4642 June 10, 13, 14, 15.
Special Meeting of Stockholders of
Notice Is hereby given that nsno
clnl meeting of tho stockholders of
the Waianae Company will be 'held
on Wednesday, the 15th day of Juno.
1910, at lOo'clock.a. m., at tho of
fice ot J. M, Dowsett, Honolulu, T.
II., for 'tho purpose 'of taking .steps
necessary to obtain an amendment
to the charter of tho company.
Uy order of tho President.
J. M. DOWSETT,
Secretary,' '.WaUnae Company.
Dated, Honolulu, May 31, 1910.
Special Meeting of Stockholders ot
Notice Is hereby given that a sne
:lal meeting ot tbo stockholders? (
tho Waianae Company will bo held
jn Friday, the 17th day of June,
1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., nt th"j
ifnce ot J. M. Dowsett, Honolulu, T.
IL, for tho puropso ot considering
an Increase In the capital stock of
ald Waianae Company.
lly ordor: ot f be President.
Secretary, Walanao Company.
Dated, Honolulu, May -31, 1910.
li ". NOTICE. l
( h ,
, Notice is hereby given' of the In
corporation, under the laws of the
Territory of Hawaii, of BANK OF
HONOLULU, LTD. (Capital $600,
000 fully paid up), which will tllko
uvor and succeed to tho business ot
CLAU8 SPRECKELS & CO. on July
The BANK OF HONOLULU, LTD..
will conduct a genera) "banking bus
iness as heretofore carried on by
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO., and
asks the' continuance ot the valued
patronage accorded to that Arm,'
BANK OP HONOLULU. JTD.
W. O. IRWIN, '
4637-231 ' President.
Starting Juno 18, 1910, and until
further..notlo, fljfi Paclflcj)H Trans
portation tj0m1uan,yJiw.lj!, le at I
, .,' A,H. DAVID80N,v
ASSESSMENT NO., IB
Honolulu Branch of' ihe Harrison
Mutual Association ,
Has been called and Is DUE JUNE
15 and DELINQUENT on JULY 1C
M. E. Silva;
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Folita Attention
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