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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, AUG. 2, 1910.
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Since our Grcnt Sale of last month wc have been busy
trimming up our shelves nnd throwing- out thousands of
odd lots and short lengths. These will be offered at prices
which arc bound to make a short, decisive clean-up.
Come early Monday morning and look at the values we.
will offer. It will be twelve months until you have another
opportunity like this.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania' Streets Opposite Fire Station
leave Hawaii Fromoticn Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 n. m., Pali; 3 p. m..
Mqanalua or Punchbowl.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10 :30 a. m., around
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Fall; 3 p. m.. around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions, $5 per hour. For par.
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners. Office and Garage, South
Street. Near King
JOHNSON'S FOOT SOAP
!' "" WILL' BRING A MINTOF COMFORT TO THE MAN WITH
TIRED FEET ' '
Benson, Sraith. & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
102R Nnnann St.
We have just received from the S, S. Wilhclmina a
Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in
EMBROIDERIES and LACES
They are all well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
ALL AT 5o AND 10c A YARD
Come early and pick the best patterns.
The Yat Hing Store
HOTF.T, BETWEEN BETHEL ANtl FORT STREETS
(Continued from Pace 1)
PUI1LIC IIAIMIOAD COMPANIES
Wit,!. HI) PHIIMITTKD TO U8I2 Till!
AND SAID WIIAim The only pub
lie railroad at the present time In
tllto Is the into Railroad Company,
nnd In nil probability no oilier pub
lic rnllronil will operate In nnd about
Hint port. THK EKKKCT Or' THIS
PIlOVISION. THEItKIXMlK, 13 TO
PIIBVKNT TUB VSK OK SUCH FA
CILITIES IIY ANY PRIVATE PEIl
SON Oil COMPANY. At.TIIOUOH
the fuiimc Timouaii the coy-
EltNMENT HAS PAH) TOR THE
COST OK SUCH CONSTRUCTION.
CASTI.E . COOKE, LIMITED,
"Ily E. D. Tenncy, Vlco-I'rcsldcntj
"MATSON NAVIOATION COMPANY,
"CnKllo & Cooke, Limited, by K.
I). Tenncy, Vlco . President,
'INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIOA
TION COMPANY, LIMITED.
"RyJas, A. Kennedy, President;
C. HREWER & CO., LTD.,
"Geo. II. Robertson, Vlce-1'rcaMcnt
nnd Mannger; nnd for Its
ONOMEA 8UOAR CO.,
'PBPEEKEO SUGAR CO.,
HONOMU SUGAR CO."
It wns a Rallicrlng that nt times
nromlrcd wnrmtli of nrrumint. In
Governor Krenr's odlco yesterday atl
ermrau during the discussion of tha
proposcil llccnsa for 1 11 to Railroad
Company to build n wharf nt Hllo,
t Kennedy of tlio lntcr-Island and
Tliurslon of tha railroad being the
principal figures In the discussion
The Bubject.of tha llcenic was Bono
Into in nil Us details, nnd cxplann
lions were mado on tho points of ob
Jcctlon rnlscd In tho petition which
wns rend by Attorney Hcmenway,
representing tho Matson Navigation
Co., Cnstle & Cooko, Inter-Inland
Steam Navigation Co. and C. llrewcr
It took two hours to fully discuss
tlio wharf proposition, and when the
meeting broke up nt C o'clock. Gov
crnor I'rear hnd it good Idea of thu
whole subject us thrown open 'to his
view by tti'e opinions nnd arguments
presented by botht sides in the con
Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrstou Campbell was the first per
son to make remarks nt the meeting.
presenting the whole subject in n
few words. Ho told of the necessity
of a large dock nt llllo nnd the prop
osition of the Hllo Railroad Com
pany to build such n structure, ns
there wns no government money
available for the worlc. The matter
wns first publicly discussed nt the
meeting in Hllo to consider and es
tablish the lines of tha harbor, call
ed by Major Winslow. At thnt time
certain interested parties asked tor
a copy of tho license before It wns
granted, and as requested a copy was
furnished President Kennedy, T. II.
Petrle and Faxon llishop, represent
ing tho three firms which afterward
objected to the granting of tho li
cense on tho proposed conditions, t
R. Heraenwuy, ns attorney for these
three firms, asked for time to file n
protest, and a hearing was set for
yesterday afternoon before Governor
Frear. This was tho history of tho
project as outlined by Campboll, Ho
told of the potltlon received asklnu
thnt the license be granted, from
llishop & Co., II. Hacltfeld & Co.,
Theo. II. Davlcs & Co., and other
business houses which were directly
Interested. Ho also read tf-letter re
eclved from llishop & Co. In regard
to tho matter, In which It was stat-
cU that tho company twould save
forty-flvo cents lighterago charge by
use of a wharf rather than loading
in lighters as at present.
Tho letter read by Campbell was:
"Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug. 1, 191U.
"Marston Campbell, Esq., Superin
tendent of Public Works, Hono
lulu. "Dear Sir: As you may perhaps
know, wo are much Interested In the
welfaro of tho Hllo Railroad Com
pany, having mode advances to that
company und established a branch ot
our business In Hllo on tho under
standing that the Hllo Railroad Com
pany was about to oxtend Its freight
and passcngor business.
"The first point thnt the bank haB
to consider Is tha accessibility ot
(steamers to tho landings, especially
in this country, and the proposed
wharf Is to us a vital necessity, We
aro also Interested In the Olaa sugar
plantation, which hSl, as you know,
been put to much expense fn connec
tion with Ifghtarago, having paid at
tho rato of GOc. por ton for every
ton of si)gHr shipped to New York,
which rate would bo reduced to Gc.
per ton If a wharf tlcenso were
"Irrespective of our Investments In
these two corporations, we look for
ward to a future on tho Island ot
Hawaii centered In Hllo, and every,
thing that will tend to rapid move
ment of freight und passengers will
naturally mean prosperity In an in
creased degreo for the Island,
"i therefore), rospoft fully, nir!
;..-. .''WKlo. AV'it.t-. aiK
upon you the necessity for Immedi
ate action on thf subject and the
prompt graining or n wharf license
to the Hllo Railroad Company on the J
lines now under discussion. Wo are,
yours ery truly,
"IHSIIOP & CO."
At (he tnnfdunlon of Superintend
ent Campbell's remarks. Attorney
Hcmenway, representing the MntBon
Navigation Co., Castle & Cooke, tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
and C. llrewcr & Co., read tho pro
test of theso companies made to tho
grnnttng of the license to the Hllo
There were four points rnlscd In
this objection, the first thnt thero
should bo n provlflou In the license
providing torn public nppioach to tho
wharf, so that consignees should have
a choice in removing their goods nnd
not bo compelled to transport them
over tho line of the railroad com
pany. Tho second point was thut
the whnrfago chnrgc was wrong, as
no charge wns made on wharves In
Honolulu. Third, that there should
bo no charge for storage, as the rail
road had tho only approach tu the
wharf and might delay tho delivery
of goods so that storage charges
could be collected. Fourth, that nit.
cr Inking over tha wharf by thu gov
ernment there would still be uuly
tho rnllroad approach and tlio rnll
road would then hae a monopoly In
Inking freight to and rrom tho dock.
After the reading of this petition
of objections, the Governor asked'
anyone who cared to address the
T. II. Petrle, representing Castle &
Cooke, then asked that Mr. Thurston
nuswer theso objections rnlscd In tho
Mr. Thurston, speaking for the
Hllo Railroad Company, told ot tha
development ot the railroad nnd ot
Hllo. .as a shipping port for BUgar
during the past decado. He told of
tho work done lu Washington to get
the breakwater appropriation and the
promlso of tho railroad to extend Its
lines when tho breakwater wan as
sured. lip had asked tho shipping
firms to holp finance tho building of
the wharf and the railroad company
would promote tho work. The meet
ing nt Hllo to consider tho harbor
lines was the largest meeting of
Americans JW had ever seen, and at
that time ho had told ot the wharf
proposition. Others .may acquire
stock nt the company which Is build
ing the. .wharf, as he stated at tnnt
meeting,, but no offers for stock had
come, nor hnd any objections been
mado from tho tlnioot thnt meeting
until last Fflday,
Ah lo tho points raised by tlio
objectors, If there was no injustice
In thn lighterage company charging
fifty cents a ton now, thero could
hardly be Injustice lu a wharfugu
charge of five cents ,a ton. In re
gard to I he approach tu the proposed
wharf, Thurston said that this would
probably cost J20.0Q0, having to be
1200 feet long nnd twenty-thrco feet
from tho bottom to the top whcie
the tracks- would be laid. To mnko
tile approach wide enough fur t
wagon road would nearly double tho
cost, and as the railroad hnd no uca
for a wagon road, It should not be
required to build It, but this should
bo done by the public. The wharf
was three miles from Hllo, nnd nl
the outward cargo would be through
cur go brought in by the railroad and
not coming from Hllo Itself.
"There Is no obligation on any
shipper tu use tho wharf," said
Thurston; "freight can be dis
charged Into lighters from steamers
lying alongside tho wharf as well.
There is no monopoly In this whurf.
Theie are two miles of frontage and
any of tho shipping companies may
build their own wharves. It Is to
fur from town that drayage Is ul.
As to the storage charge, If this
wore not made, thcu tho wharf would
bo made u storehouse, said Thurston,
Kennedy: "Did tho people at tho
Hllo meeting know thut there wus
to be only the railroad approach?
Campboll urged the people there to
send representatives to the Legisla
ture who would Vote for au appro
priation for wharves."
Thurston: "I did not Bay would or
would not build a road; that was not
brought up In the meeting."
Campbell: "Thero should bo a road
on tho approach, but It Is up to the
Legislature to appropriate money for
this. Mr. Kennedy, your patriotic
motives toward tho people, of Hllo
should have been brought up at tho
meeting there and not ut tills late
Kennedy: "I thought that moot'
Ing was for harbor lines alono."
Hcmenway: "It makes no differ
enco to us who builds thut road up
prouch to the wharf, but we want
Thurtton; ."Under that Idea we
must build tho approach or else do
lay the construction of the wharf
until the government gets ready to
build such u roadway. o havo been
watting for ton years tor the Torrl
tory to build wharves. We will glad
ly turn over this whurf to the gov
ernmont without the six months no
tlce specified lu the license und wo
will let anyone hiilld t.hls wharf und
wo will pay live cents u tun wharfage,"
Petrle: "Whut ubout the rate from
tho mainland to the wharf? The live
centfi n Inn Is, for tint wharf.",
E carry the largest and best assortment of BOYS'
CLOTHING in the city. We make a specialty ofj
our $5.00 Knic
These suits come
in all the new
shades and all
sizes from four
years to seventeen
years of age.
Boys' Blue Serge
full lined, $1.75.
Boys' Khaki Bloomer Pants, 65c
Boys' and Children's Straw and Felt Hats
ROYAL rjrtAND l
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NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS TAKE AWAY THE STRAINJJF
HIOH FINANCE FROM THE BRAIN OF THE SALES STAFF
CONSTANTLY HANDLING CASH AND MAKING CHANGE.
A BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE PERFORMS C0RRE
SP0NDING, DUTIES FOR THE OFFICE STAFF, NEVER MAKES A MIS
TAKE, AND ENABLES THE BUSY CLERKS TO HAVE MORE TIME
AWAY FROM THE OFFICE. IT IS A TONIC IN ONE INSTANCE AND
A SOOTHER IN ANOTHER.
WE CLAIM FOR THE MANUFACTURERS THAT THESE MACHINES
ARE SO CAREFULLY ADJUSTED AT THE FACTORY, AND TESTED
IN OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT, THAT THERE IS A LESS THAN ONE
PER CENT. CHANCE OF THEIR GETTING OUT OF ORDER. IF
EITHER, ONE OF THEM DOES SLIP A COG, WE HAVE AN EXPERT
WHO CAN MAKE ANY REPAIR NECESSARY AND AT A TRIFLINO
COST. ONLY THE AGENTS CAN AFFORD TO DO THIS FOR THE REA
1 SON THAT EITHER MACHINE IS SO SELDOM OUT OF ORDER THAT
IT WOULD NOT BE PROFITABLE FOR ANYONE ELSE TO EMPLOY
A MAN CAPABLE OF HANDLING WORK OF THIS CHARACTER.
WE WOULD LIKE TO TALK NATIONAL CiCsH REGISTERS AND BUR
ROUGHS, ADDING MACHINES TO YOU. IF YOU HAVE NEVER IN
STALLED ONE, WE CAN HELP CONVINCE YOU THAT THEY ARE
OF INCALCULABLE VALUE TO EVERY BUSINESS MAN.
MThe Waterhouse Co.,
REPAIR AND DISPLAY ROOMS QUEEN, NEAR NUUANU STREET ' f ,
OFFICE--IN JUDD BUILDINO
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