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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1911.
THE EFFECTIVE LAXATIVE
Tntri I. Ike unit N Union Mlii- Ciintl)
PERPETRATED BY WALTAVPDOUGALL-:
QINKANDBOOBTHISSHOWSTHAT HOCENBACK DOESNT HAVE ALL THE GOOD LUCK.
WILL BE FOUGHT
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ence rlKhtB nt the wharf for ten yearn,
In return for which tho steamship enm
p.uiy agrees tn uso this wliurf ul IIIIo
exclusively for ten yearn.
Campbell's Hand Seen.
rtiiperlntcnilrnt Campbell's hand In
declared to ho Hhown throughout llio
coiitrnrt. A IriiiiKportutlon nun, vvhn
Is not Intel ruled In tho mutter, wild
this morning that If Campbell hud hecn
IntrnilhiK tn give nwny the puhllc'ri
rights for the lienclll of one computiy,
he could not lmvo dono It better, mid
Hint the hoard of harbor coininlss'loiicrs
heemx dominated by the Huperliitcndciit
of public workK.
The IIIIo penplo lmvo been milking
their fight becuuso tho Campbell plnnH
woiibl allow tho rullrn.nl to run Hh
trucks In tlio inlddlo of mi Importiint
Ktiert iipprnnch. The ohJectlonH on tho
p.ui of tho big trmiKportiitlon com
pauleH to tho agreement Is un entirely
dllTereiit thing They object becuuso
they ilinrgo their Intercuts will bosac
rlllced mid that tho IIIIo railway com
piny mid tho American - Hawaiian
Ptcuiiishln Company will bo uhlo to
control tho conuuercc of IIIIo.
James A. Kennedy, president mid
Ki'iH'rul inmiiiKcr of tho Inter-lHlnnd
company, left yesterday for San Krnn
clwii, but tho IlKht will go on In bin
absence. James I,. Mel.eun, vlco-prcs.
Ident of tho company, suld this morn
ing lu answer to n tpicstlnn Hint tho
loiiipiiny will certainly ho represented
lit the meeting next Saturday prepared
tn video ItH opposition.
CiiHlle H Cooke, tho local represen
tatives of tho Miitsoii Navigation Coin-
pany, have already taken tho mutter up
by correspondence with dipt, liaison.
hut mi answer cuu not bo received for
idiii" I line.
A demand will bo mndo Haturduy that
ileclKlon on tho agreement bo postponed
until I hn people whoso Interests urn vi
tally concerned run lenri) Just what tho
nlnns for tho wharf lire. Up In tho
prei.ent time, inhody hns been uhlo to
secure from Campbell'M nlllco tho plans
for tho wharf Itself. '
Wharf Objected To.
Not only Ik tho agreement Itself vlo
lently opposed, hut tho MiiImoii Nuvl
nation Company, tho Inter-Island com
p.my and otherH object to what they snip company, will provnio nnu nmlii
liuvoiieen uhlo lo leurn of thopluiiH for tnln fur tho iiho of tlio coiiipany'A
the wharf structure. BteamorH it whnrf at tlio ensteily end
A few details that lmvo loaked out t Hllo linrlinr, In Ktihlo buy. Tlih
lire that tho wharf Is 'J50 feet Injur. nml '" ' longtli of 600 feet nml u
that It Is n "hulkliead" wharf, built so"!'"' "h i..iiu-.i iv.-i,
that thin great length Is thrown down
thu Hldo of tho harbor, mid iimklngonly
about one-third us much dock. room ns
Iwould ho tho caso If separate piers
mo built out. Ono sldo of tho wharf.
i along shallow water, tho other deep
water On tho ileep water sine, mo
Kliurf s nuen. nlul llio ruiiroau, ii
staXisl, Is tn be nllowed to run two par-
X ... . . . ...
ullvi trucks here, Hack of this thej
wharf Is closed mid will bo piled high
with freight, u nil back of tbU arc
warehouses. Thu objections arc thut
thu rullio.nl Hum has tho only trans
portation access to tlio wharf.
Parts of Agreement.
Tho objections to tho construction
features of the wliurf Itself are not us
ct dcllulte, becuuso. us stated ubmt,
little bus been learned of them. It Is
to certulil cIuusch In tlio agreement that
tlio his; protests lmvo arisen.
Tho agreement stales In part:
"?. That- It (tho huurrt of hurhor
commissioners) doth hereby glvo and
grant unto tlio railroad tho right and
authority, fico of chargo or toll, other
than herein set forth, lit Its own ex
pense, to freely mid uninterruptedly
maintain mild railroad tracks, switches
mid crossovers on suld wliurf mid up-
"3. And iiImi that thu cars, locomo
tives nml other motors of the rullro.ul
shall have u prior right of way over mid
use of the trucks upon suld wliurf or
wharves over any right of way or uso
thereof by any other person or per
sons, corporation or corporations."
After this sweeping statement of
preference rights to bo given tho rail
road company, tho agreement con
tinues: "4. And also that any and every ves
sel or vessels bringing freight to or
taking freight from tho rullrn.ul, or to
or from any mid every pen 'in or cor
poration shipping mid receiving freight
by or through thu medium of tho rail
road, operntlng over said wharf fcliull
have ii prefereiico right to berth at, and
to use the suld wliurf and warehouses
over any right that may bo permitted
to uny other vessel or vessels,"
In another section, tho board np-
proves tho contract entered Into by tho
American-Hawaiian Kteumshlp Com
pany unit tho railroad, und "hereby
agrees with tho railroad that It wilt il",
obscrvo und perform all of tho cov -'
mints und agreement und hereby as
sumes all of thu obligations In said
contract contained on tho part of llio
Other sections of tho agreement luivo
tho usual regulations that tho railroad
shall uso "reasonable promptness and
dispatch" lu Its uso of Uio wharf for
freighting purposes. It Is maintained,
however, that theso nro so vaguely
worded that they form no protection
to tho public wbntover.
The agreement netween tho lllln
I Hnllroud company and tlio American
Hawaiian Steamship Company pro
vides that tho railroad company,
In -consideration of Tl from tho Htcain-
Also that tho railroad company will
build a shed large enough to slicltci
nil general merchandise and to facil
itate dispatch will provide it separate
wttrelinusu for thu storage of sugar.
Thut tho riillroud will recelvn and
H( bU ar ,,,, otller freBlt ,,..
P(,Ivei for shipment up to MOO tiint .it
.,,,, ., iiini nmv hleil. bnwever. Hint
1""' i - -
freight brought by tlio rnllro.ul shall
mva j inference rlglit of BtoraC. Also
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his personal disposition urn so well un
derstood lu this community that wo
feel his attacks can bo safely left un
noticed. "At tho same time, It Is u matter of
surprise thut the owners of the paper
allow I1 in to muko ii public nuisance of
himself In exercising thu editorial pow
ers of Hint paper.
"Til ere lire faults, wrongs mid tnls
tukcH on both sides In thu racial prob
lem of Hawaii.
"The llawallmiH have not much lo
loso ecpt their good natiiro and tho
phlloiophy with which they face utldc
that sets against them.
"Wo wish nml hope, however, to ho
u part of tho new Hawaii, In forget tho
pust, to hold no grudges, to llvo and
let live, mid to teach our children to
bopo mid not despair, and tn ex
ercise and enjoy the full rights of
American citizenship, Including thu
right to crltlelzn or protest In a legiti
mate way against anything wo bcllevo
unfair or unwise In tho administration
of public affairs, mid wo believe that
with tho exception of u few Impossi
bles, our frllow citizens among tho
whites entertain llku sensible views of
4 $ $' '!' 'V ; V '5 ? ij $ ? ?
that thu ovv Hern of freight ami :iot thu
Hkntimlilp company shall bo respons
ible for nil charges for such bundling
Th railroad company win dollvor
on wharf iilongsldo steamers sttvir
not to exceed luOO tons a day.
Tho shod mid wharf nro to bo built
wltl,'ln, "'' Tom dale, of
nucii i egliiiiiiipj. i no iiiuu wiiHloil oy
any umoi'secn causa ruch us strikes,
riots, etc., Is not to bo counted In this.
Proper railroad approaches to said
wliurf nro tn bo provided und iirlgjit
is to bo ileivcrcii to tho main system
us soon as posslblo.
(he steamship company iq bound
down lo use only thlri wharf, but can
take freight mid glvo It tn island
steamers or lighters. Tho ngiouineut
Is lo stay for ton years and tho rail
road In respect to freight on tho whnrf
Is to bo as' n warehouseman only mid
not us a common carrier.
Tho government can also tuko over
thn Kcliemo and It will stand good.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
ItWATlVU nROMO-QUININi;, re,
moves the cause. Usctl thu world ovef
to cure n cold in one day. K. W,
GROVK'S denature on each box. Mads
tKI3 ML'UICINE CO. Saint LuuU U, l. S
New Wash Skirts
tn nur inrlinrlnlll1!! In tlio hlllltllltll? flf
drugs nml medicines, wo believe vvc
Imvo never liml experience wllli any
Itemed)' Hint gave such great s.itlsfut
ilnii Id mir customers iih !" Itex.tll Or
ilcrllft. This Hrincily It not like mo
other laxative or cathartic. II ton
talus nil Hie good features nf illi r I ix-
nllves, lull mum of their faults
Our own faith In llexall Orderlies Hi
hi Kitting Hint we xilTcr them lu )ihi
with our iiwii positive iicrruii.il guaran
tee, liml If they tin nut thoroughly
satisfy )ou. )oii only need tell 11s '"ill
n will lintnl ImcU to you every penny
.Mill paid in tor llinii. Thcicfnre. In
trying tlicm upon our recommendation i
joii take nit risk whatever.
llexall Orderlies lasto like mill nr
nitcn like rawly. They On mil gripe, ;
cnuin! nausea, excessive Itwwiio". or,
imy other niinoyunce. They ntt o
easily Hint they limy ho tnl.ru nt n
time, ilny or night. Tlicy lire p.itllcu-
Inrly good for rhllilrrii, nged, or dell
cntp persons. They are put up In con
venient tablets In' three slues or pack
ages I'rlcos, lu., 25t'.. nnu i.uc.
Itenii'iiilicr, Hexnll Itcnicilleii run hn
nlitiiliiril In thl community only jitour
tnro Tho Hcxnll Hlorc. IIciimiii,
Hinlth & Co. Mil., 1'ort mid Until
HEAD OF WILSON
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considerable peridstrnco, that mher
Hid moro Important changes lu tin
nnicl.il slalo of tho mid department
aro tn follow tho gathering id cltj
fi.thors which l cjlled for Krld.ij
"Wilson should resign mid step
down gracefully,'' was tho vviv In
which ono member of Ihu board put
the matter this morning.
"We have gone Into the dupirlmeii'
llnanccs and find Hint there Is ,n
overdraft of thirty-six hundred dol
lars nit tho appioprhitluu set aside fo"
Niiiiunii mid her rial Improvement
"If Is true that wo du not want tn
!ct Niiuaiiii uveiiuo work go h ill
fnull und for that reason tit our iiiei'l
Ing lust evening, about seven hun
dred dollars was transferred from thu
general fund t" carry on Hie work of
widening Unit thoroughfare."
Wilson's Friends Are Active.
Wilson's friends on" and off tho
hoard aro becoming exceedingly nc-
llo these days jiilglug from the
era! still hunts helm: .can led on by.
Individual members of tho supervisor
Murray, Krucor nn 1 possibly Am imijforo no wu of an h lug at a fair ul-
pre uiidcrstiHid us standing pal tor
llio retention of Wilson as head of1
tho road department. It Ik
clnlmcd Unit he bus mailo a lii'i'lel
road supervisor ami has cimdiiileil
satisfactory administration of uffalis,
considering tho reduction In (l:i luces
at his coniinnnd.
Supervisor liw Is believe 1 hI 11 fitv
.... ,1 ( It'll.. I II, ol
.-. u.u nii.v.i " ,... ",M) ,.. (1,,,r H,iess lu lint near
appointment oi it, m. iiuiicau in tuu
Hnpld Transit cumimiiy. Uiw Is ox
peeled to have considerable to say
i'.t tho family gatlierliiB of suloiis to-morrow.
They do sny Hint Chairman Dwlght.pi,.,,, ,.,mc,t of mi original dictated lu
nf tho road committee has not forgot-, New York by .lo.tcph T Tulbeil. lto'
ten tlio knlniig or his friend, ll.ivo, preHblent or Ihu Nalloii.il Clly hauk.j
Urownlngberg, nt llio tltno tho olIlco.Nevv Vnih: i: I). Iiurhum of Ouuragii,
of road 8iiervi8or was awaiting nu
appoiutco. .llotu low ami uwigiii miu,
Hlso Arnold' are believed will stand
together, whllo McClelUn may hoid
a deciding vole.
FORMING OF CORPORATION
SETTLES SALOON MATTER
Tho mutter or llio .McTlgho llcouso
In connection with the death of tit -Into
Thomas .McTlgho, owner or tho
Progress Saloon on North, King street
and which tho llqunr coinmlssluncrs
havo hud hcfoio them on several oc
casions, lias now been settled as far
as tho McTlgho Interests uro concern
ed by tho formation of u Joint Block
company with Mrs Alice .McTlgho llio
tho main stockholder. Tho neces
sary papers were filed at thu treasury
Tho olllco homers arc, Alleo Me,
Tlgho. president with I'.ir. shares.
Ocoigo J. O'Noll. vice president, ono
share, treasurer, K. 0 J'ctors, with
one Fhnro, Hilu Smith, secrotaiy with
one sharo and Henry lXivls, auditor,
with one sharo,
Tho capital Is $20,000 dlvldoj up
Into 200 shares or $100 each, Thu
assots nt tho present ilino uru $2:1,000,
Tlio company Is asking for a cliuitor
for fifty jcars mill intend carrying n.i
nil tho various processes necussuiy
to tho business.
STILL UNDECIDED AS TO
HOW TO SELL AWA ROOT
Tho ipiestlon of tho best way to sell
iiwii root that Is tho property of tho
government bus not been decided it
Uiml Commissioner Charles H. Judd
yesterday took thn mutter up with I'nr.
ester Hulph S. 1 loonier and they went
Into tho various phases, but could come
to jio decision.
Tlie trouble Is that thu rout Is glow
ing In the lorests mid there Is no way
of t becking the amount taken out by
the. penplo who might lmvo n license
granted tu them. On tho other hand, It'
Clothes for Men
The man who onto buy "Ben
jamin" clothes may be relied upon
as a steadfast customer.
No belter credentials could pos
sibly bo offered. No stronger ar
gument in favor of your becoming
a customer of tho "Donjamln"
Tho Deal only though they ara
priced ns moderately as any you
Agonts for PHOENIX Pure Silk
H03E for Men and Women
o guii rat llrense t given fur them lo
get .as much as they cm. how much
should tin' ill partmeut charge fur It?
Awu root loosen feu per cent of Its
nov-w'lRhl In the drying prioess. mid It li
Impossible to llx uny nppruxlnute price.
as tin re Is mi lignlar tuurket fur It lit
the 'prcM nt Unit' und they have there-
RANKS TO GO WTO THE
MONEY ORDER BUSINESS
minni:ai'()I,is, Minn., oil. :. - i
Twtnly-slx thoiismiil haiikeis of the
I Hulled Slates, members of Ihu Ainei'-
1 lr.i.. ll.,.,l...u .,..,... I .11.... ...Ill .... I..,..'
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fiituii', II was learned today, and bid.
for the JTr.o.iiiKi.nilo or hn .Iness lh.it
llio government now handles miiiuiiHy.'
Tn only-six lliiius.ind lellciu, advis
ing hankers of tlio new money order
III., ami .loseph Cliupiii.iu, ,lr of Mlu-
neapuiis, win no maiieu mini .g
York, detailing the plan
At past tonvciitlons id the Uankein
Association tlio subject vviih iIIscimmm!
and tho money older tiiiuiultlei' tamo
into existence with power lo net for
.Mr Cluipman, chalriiiun of thu rnin
tultlee, ictm tied today fro'n New York
city mid said thu ctimmilttii hud cuiu
pltded plans fur both foiclgn mid tlu
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