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EVENING nULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. n SATURDAY
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, JULY tC, 1910. 7 IB
THE "EVERITT TfflRir
Price $1350 i.o.b. factory
Standard equipment, includes Splittoorf magneto, oil
lamps, largo gas lamps, generator and horn,
mohair top and glass front cost
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Royal Blue -...
Two, four and five persons
34x3 1-2 inches
Two sets contracting and
expanding on both rear
4 3-4 inches
Jump spark . . .
Dry battery and magneto
Selective sliding gear on
Three forwaid, one reverse
The coming out of this car at $1350 is one of the big
events in the automobile world
You can't understand the full force and scope of this
statement until you know what has gone into
the making of the "EVERITT 30"
The newest factory and the oldest builders tells the
, story in a single phrase
A Carload Has Just Arrived
ome and See the Cars
von imm-Yodng Coitd.
OPEN MEETING M
eerned -wharves could be bull! nil
over the Island, but permission In
build such must be gained from the
Territory. It vrn therefore purely
a Territorial question, tf wharves
were tmllt Horn to tbe Island they
might Interfere with the view
Campbell stated that the Territory
could determine the distance within
which wharves could be built lio
would guarantee that, the Hi es
wo'illd be po drawn tbnt Cocoanut
Island would be reserved. After porno
Turther discussion, Campbell with
drew the line ho had previously
made, so that Cocoa nut Island was
left entirely outside tbo lines
Mctzger said that he did not think
It was right to allow anyone In build
wharves n thousand feet out, as was
allowed by tho lines Indicating the
location of the new railroad wharves
at tho breakwater. Seven hundred
feet should be enough, aa this would
allow more of the deep water to he
used for navigation, and he believed
that the line should be brought
ha.-'k accordingly. Outside nt the
Hllo beach proper the plorhead lino
should be extended In order that
wharves might be built without In
voHli.g the necessity of dredging,
Petrle wanted to know If It hnil
been determined by borings whether
dredging would be feasible at that
point, so as to allow more spice foi
maneuvering. He agreed with Mctz
ger that as much of the deep water
as possible should be prcsoncd tor
1 Wants It All.
Thurston did not think that the
wharf Hues should bo put back. Tho
'American-Hawaiian boats were 150
to COO feet long, and If the wharves
I wcro only seven hundred feet long
: there wuild be accommodation on
each side for one B'camcr with a
1 couple of hundred feet of useless
Space. The thousand-foot wharves
would glvo berths for two steamers
nn osrh strip. Thfl rnmnlpttnn of Ihn
1'ati.ima Canal would greatly add to !
HIIo'h commerce, and there should
bo plenty of dock room provided, so
as to accommodate, tbo Increased
shipping which the advantages of
the Island route would cause to come
here. Hllo should not limit herself
'to stunted wharves. Itced's Hay was
of about the same size as Hllo har
boror but a few acres smaller
and there there whs enough room
for maneuvering. With sufficient
spaco to maneuver In, would It not
bo best to tike tho deep water which
was available for wharves? With
regard to the pierhead line outside
of Hllo beach proper, Mr. Thurston
said that that pa.rt of tbe harbor
was practically an unqnown quan
tity, with the exception of the fact
that the railroad company had six
sets of maps, mado from soundings
taken nt different times, and these
Indicated that the harbor at Unt
pJHCe was growing gradually a' llttlo
deeper, and that It was not silting
Major Wlnslow said that his maps.
suowcu inai ai mis point mo nuruur
was getting doeper In some and shal
lower In other places.
Thurston continued that there
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y,X4klMHr-3AMS nxl '.fit" iUiioVI fifjximmt H
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of our Entire Stock of
Safes, Iron Fence, Stable
Monuments, Stone; Tools,
Great Reductions to make room for new stock
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
11. E. Hendrick, Pres.
r,, King St., npU , Young Hotel
thought that It could not matter how
cloje wharves wcro built to Cocoa
nut Island. He did not think tuat
tho IntercstB of commcr o should be
hindered for sentimental reatot.J.
Bishop Estate's Desire.
Dodge said that nn a representa
tive of the Hlshop Estate, which
wero twenty-three feet of depth at 'owned three thousand feot of front
the end of the railroad wharf, which
did not accommodate large steamers.
Homo tlmo ago tho question had
i arisen whether It would pay tho
ago on lino nay, no mougiu mm
tho pierhead lino should be moved
out to twonty-clght or thirty-foot
tlcnth. but In view of Major Win i
I railroad company to dredge so as to bIow'h statement that the lines could
allow big steamers to como up to It. Icarlly be moved out, he would make
but the figures which had been re-'no objection Ho believed mat mere
eclved from tho Hawaiian Dredging Jbhuuld bo a liberal reservation mado
Co., a friendly concern, had been i for Coto-inut Island, and Uiat an cf
something like 1100,000 for u couple1 fort should be mado In tho near fu
of hundred feet, and this had lfl'tuio tn havo tho Island set aside for
the plan out of tho quentlou, cspe-jall time for public purposes,
dally uh It was posslblo that a Campbell said that tho Territory
freshet of tho Walluku river might .could do this, ns tho amendments to
at any time OH the spaco which had 'tho Organic Act provided for Just
been dredged at such great expenrc. .such cases,
So far tho railroad had given up IU
plans of dredging, but If the wharf 'intention of tho Territory
OPEN AIL YEAB,
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and prandeur, unique in itt
usemblance of iheer walls of great height, imposing, peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Paciflo and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Trafflo Manager. Y.Y.R R Mewed, Cal.
un acaln It was nnnarcnt thnt tho length. Ho thought thor should bo
Bcott nsked Campbell If It was the ca,t en(j of lno hHri,or would be n thousand feet long.
to con protected some llo or six jeara he- Day Indorsed what Dodgo bad said
were run out to tho thirty-foot depth Unlit public wharvea In Hllo, und, foro tno i,rPtCnt wharf would be so, about the reservation of Cocoanut
and by doing but very llttlo dredr- if , where would these ho located,: i,uj l)0 oJIC COuld say at piescnt Island, hut wanted n still greater
should bo owned by the Territory,
but It had been found necessary, M
order to accommodate commerce, and
as tho Legislature failed to pruvldo
tho necessary funds, to grant per
mits for tho construction of whnrvc?
by private Individuals and corpora
tions. The Territory could, however.
Cocoanut Island for commercial pur
poses, It was HIIo'b greatest beauty
spot, and from u beauty standpoint
alone It wub a valuable commercial
osiet. It was Illlo's only bathing
beach, and It was u benslde park
which was tho keynote to the boauty
. of thu harbor. Onto It was taken
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"Yes, on both slrtw of It," answer- ll "" n',a f3f n""'l "t an
eJ Cimnhall. . ent1' hoped that the Isljnd
TliurBton said that he Bhould -n!llrt ,10 s,)t nRl,1 for n l'"bn re-
Bieutly doprccutu tho taking uwuy ot8or ' , . ,
Campbell said that he had been
misunderstood. It was tho Intention
to reservo Coioanut Inland as a park
reEeno for all time by means of a
proclamation. The building of n
! wharf on either side would not In-
( terfero with Ita beauty. Tbe reserve
would inrry with It lines on both
!nl(lr,!i nt lie hlninl, Inside of whlrli
nothing could bo built.
Major Winslnw said that as far as
thu 1'vdvrul goxrument was tun-
I Ing berths might be provided for two Camnbell Arab.
I steamers. Ho suggested that til' Campliell answered that tha
pierhead lino be brought out far
enough to itllow othets to build
Iwharvei! between the present uill
I rood wharf and Cocoanut Island.
I Man Inspection. '
After this romo time was taken
by Individual Inspection of tho maps
by various persons, when Bcott iihk
ed If there would bo any abjections
to tho maintenance of buoys as Ion;;
as these woro not In the channel
way. Major Wlnslow answered that
the question of harbor lines had
nothing to do with that.
Scott said further that tho com
mercial Interests of Hllo were much
Interested In the locution of fdturo
wharves and In knowing whether
these would charge wharf tax or nut.
Major Wlnslow answered that the
Federal government bad nothing to
do with the tax.
Klcbards laid that now the wharf
Interests had had tholr Inning, ho
would like to protest as u citizen
against allowing any structuro near
er Coocanut Inland thai: a line drawn
from tho old Klnau wharf and run
ning maka) parallol with tho rail
Dranga Bald that Coioanut Island
had already been spoiled us a bath
ing retort by the oil und refuse lorn
Ing from tbe eu3ela In tho hurbor,
and It would bo still worse whou
tho breakwater wan exlendcd.
"Do j on uant us lo Etnp unrl. nn
tho breaLvaterT" abfced Major. Win
dow. Drnnga Bald ho did not, but be
---", . uui nn one couill any ut tn:rt:ni ion
I whether It wuuld be feasible to build an
t wni a wharf at tho east end of the bar- .Isli
area reserved on the east sldo of tho
up lo Hllo. At tho last I.eglslaluro , ,ori The rnroad had made In- There was some more desultory
ho bad nrked for S200.000 for HHoqurc of (,(), tno pcdcral and tho discussion, after which the meeting
hnibor Improvement, but ho had re-jTcrrtor authorities to ascortaln udjournod.
celved no support from tho Benators. whether there would bo any objec- Among those- present were Major
or HepreBcntatlvcs from this Island tlot 3 on their part to tho building Wlnslow, Marston Campbell, J. A.
All the wharves In tho Territory 0 wharves there, and It had been Kennedy, Judgo Parsons, Messrs.
to d that thero would bo nono. Tho Qulni., I'etric, Day, Bcott, (lamlllol
matter had also been laid before tbo son, Dranga, Severance, Guard. Med
commercial parties most Interested, "". Ketter, I'ullar, Molr, Henry I.y-
sucb ns tbo steamship nnd other n,a"- John Watt, Thurston. (Jartlcyj
transportation companies, nnd the
largo rhlppers such ns tho planta
tions, tho idea being to find nut
(whether thoy would bo Interested In
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rcguime xuu cuarKi-B uuu ii "" ftlio Idea of liulldlng n cooperanvo
right to take possession of tho,, wharf where deoti-sea vessels could
wharves on giving six months' no
tlco and paying the cost ot tho
structures. All the licensee gained 'Know
was a prior right of dockage. Ah)
ono could get n Ikente, but If t"
dock. Tho railroad conipanj did not
wish tbo entire control. It dbi m '
whether It would bo po."ii
Miiiehend, HI lutrds, Kalmenul. Cap.
tain Kltrgurald, Captain Freeman,
Meliger, Kastnn, Wright, Horner,
I'ev KenUm-Bmltb, Dr. Bcboenlng.
H. llaldlng, Ileers, Wilson, Armttago,
Captain Mosher, Hose', ' Kurncaux.
Carl Smith, W. 11. Smith, J. U.
Smith, Cockburn, Cabrluhn, James
Lewis, J. T. Lewis, llowmau, Deo,
Luglslnturo would provide tho ruii-It. j nilltiK of tlto thomand feet nppro.i:n
the Territory would build enough nll(1 tho figures rccoUed had been
wbarvca In Hllo to meet tbe needs Uomowhat startling. All) one who
of her commerce. Wai ted wharf Btock had only to come
Thurston for Railroad. forward with the coin and help.
inursion nsKeu permission, an urn Campbell could not refrain from
lo build tho wlmrveH at all lucre, wniway. Hlssou, 1'arsons, Wulte. My-
Ksllmatcu hud been lecelved for tho or. Swain. Ilurnctte. Hagsdnle, B.
Motes, Dr Hayeo, Kluegel, Vlcara,
Tuttcn, Kennedy,' Uartcls, Johnson,
Llttlo, llorlng and muny otliors.
AS PAR AS tho local agents of (ho
Pacific Mali steamship Manchuria are
talk had drifted somewhat from the rnrlnclnc his usual ndvlen fnr ititn concerned, that vessel will bo rtle-
suliject nt unrlior lines, to say a ,0 ,tCK together. Hllo should help
words on behalf of tho railroad tuni-'thoto who wanted tu help the town
puny. He hud heard niurnmr!tgaia--Klmv. Campbell also reiftlnded t.ioso
gardlng tho plans of the Hllo Hall-. precent of tho Importiinco of send-
roan uompany to mo-eneci mai tue;tB tu thp Legltlatuio men who
railroad was going lo hog all tho. would see that tho tnonov was forth-
patched for Japan ports nnd llornt
kong on Monday opening, at llvo
o'clock prolded that the- vimscI ar
rives at Honolulu at thu usual early
hour on thu morning of that di(o -
TIH.' lKHAflTlime nt ll... Molr..
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' , "", "" '. '. . NnvtKatli.u chartered freighter Nevn-
w linii under liuiltiirlnl inninil lla , H,v, rnnrbro w.p. r.iiiiiM
Tiolt raid Hint bo did not 05100 vesterdij aftemtKiir -The (rl'
v.lth Mettgor that the wharves at brlnelne .lA-nn n rrni 'r.'! ti
1 the e.nt end nf thn harbor should uiai.,i ii, v.,D i ot.n..n ...i..u
the wharf question must be tnkon o reduced tu seven hundred 'feet In, hero On orubout July 2Sni. t
mailable wharf space. As a mattor
nf fait, the position of the r:illrond
waa soiiieil.lng like this, when It
became certain that the breakwater
would be built It was evident that
. 1i! -s.'A'n "!&(& nfo"'