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They fit tiny machine,
nnd outwcur any other re
cords in the world. Double
value for your money I
Call in I Get u cutulocl
lonoluiul lusic V.o.
88 KING ST.
Pionecn and leaden in
the Automobile Buiinen
Agent) for such well-known can
ae Packard, Pope-Hartford, 8tev.ni
Duryea, Cadillac, Taomaa Flyer,
llulck, Orarland. Dakar Electric, and
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
8UPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
For th. BEST RENT CAR8 In the
city, ring up
OLOSMODILC, No. 403 RENAULT,
No. 404f I.ANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
AM VVE 8IC 13 A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phon. 1823 Kapiotanl Building
Use PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobil. and sav. G.nerator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Headers nf Hut Hut let In run
quickly locale n wide Tiirlcly of lie
rcMHltlr.H fur I Iik house, ofllce or liusl
riCKS by niimilllng I he clusslllod col
li m an. "
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HEAD
DECLARES MORE INTEREST IN
PUBLIC AFFAIRS IS VITAL NEED
"Cooperation r.ilhor limn non-con-rtrucllvu
criticism Is needed."
I Tli In Ih the keynote nf nn address
made to tho chamber r coiunicrcu
yesterday nttcinuuii by President I'.
1. Spalding that la regarded ns the be
ginning uf n new phase of administra
tion nf puhllc nffalrK.
t'rglng Unit ihe rom mcrclal boiHc
of 1 1 io fit) bestir themselves to got
unci keep In ilnsc toiicU with the Blip
enlsors, to lake n broader and deep
er liiteicst In public, particularly city
nml county utlnlrs, Picsldcut Hpald
iIik'h nddlcss outlined the piesslug
needs for more economical nnd elll
No charge wore made ngnlnst In
dividuals, In fact, President Spalding
emphasized that It la not n specific
'ut n ifciicral laxity thai needs cor
lection, nnd from the standpoint of a
publlc-mlndcd ciHreii as a ell as one
of the leading financiers of the tei
rltory, he urged thu commercial hod
'cs to woik with tlio supervisors, to'
nicpnrp now for the elections that me
coming, and to make suggestion rath
or than condemnation,
The address was read mid after
! concluding It. Pieshlciit Spalding
"I believe wo have a right In knuw
Low puhlle finiilH arc spent mid to
expect better results than wo are get
Chnlrniaii K. K. Pnxtun, of tlio leg
Islallvu committee, linincdlatcly arose
".Mr. Clinlimnn, I nm very glad you
hate Been fit to bring up the point )iu
have Thero are thing that need
correction. Tlio condition of the
mads, particularly, are going from
bad to worse, and very little vlslblo
effort Ih being made to better them
I believe It la within Iho provlnco of
die chamber of commerce to get In
touch with the board uf supervisors,
not In thu aplrlt of criticism but of
advice and help."
T. Cllve Da log also favored the
plan of the business men taking more
of an Interest in public affairs, nnd
raid that the trouble lies In the whole
atmosphere, that when u road laborer
Is seen Idlo by thu roadside and little
or no notice taken of it, thu whole
atmosphere Is shown to he faulty.
The matter was referred to the leg
islative committee, of which Mr. Pax
tou is chairman.
In his address Mr, Spalding said:
"Representing this chamber, t at
tended :i short time ngo, by Initiation
of the (Inventor, a meeting at his ol
.lce, at which were explained compre
hensive plans for luipiovlug tlio sani
tary conditions of the low lands ad
joining the Ala Moanu beach road
(Kaknako, Kulitiluacn, Kewalo and
Knlla) by filling In with material to
be taken from tlio harbor or hills. I
l.ad previously been ono of a party
conducted by the loard of health
through other parts of tlio city where
icalth conditions arc particularly bad
mid where wet funning covers largo
Itncts. In still another direction a
tcrlous pinhlem exists In tho Wulklkl
marshes, and altogether tho necessity
nf inipiovlug health conditions on a
'datively huge scile confronts this
city In tho natural courso of Its de
velopment, without lefeienco to tho
requirement of the other Islands.
"This situation demands the expen
diture of largo sums of money and di
rects attention to Iho financial condi
tion of tho Terrlloiy to meet not only
Its urgent responsibilities In tho health
line hut also those for education and
.ho other numerous public require
ments. Tlio Income of this Territory
has Increased during tlio pat few
years during n ported of exceptional
prosperity for Its principal industries,
it must he reniemborcd from some
'our million to six million dollars for
cent Discount on
These Rugs are on sale in the large room on King Street adjoining our Main Office
King Street LEWERS
thu biennial period.
"On the other hand the bonded
debt, which was wiped out at the
time of nuuex.iltoii, ha now run up
to $3,5110,000, with $1,600,000 mine nu
thorlzed by the last legislatliie.'l for
which a payday must coiuc both for
pilnelpal and Interest; wc are salting
uluug nt a gtoilous rate In limning
into debt with a matglu of only $3
I0U,0U0 left of, say, the $10,(100,01)0
Imlt fixed under the Organic Act, or
seven per cent of say $S,O0n,(iun, the
assessed real pioperty vntiintlon; and
Willi nil this expenditure uf money
what hnvo wo lo show for it through
out the Territory?
Paved With Gold.
"Our roads, notwithstanding that
Ihcy have been paved with gol I ns he
tomes the Pniudlse of Iho Pacific ill u
In n deplorable state; our police and
llro departments are crippled piesuin-
ably for want of fund and the form
ir needs n complete reorganization.
Honolulu Is Kpieadlng out in all dl
lections, necessitating enlarged and
adequate police mid die protection,
together with heavy expenditure for
extension of the water, sewer and
light systems, shipping must hj ac
coinmudated with suitable wharves
and landings, the demands for pub
he Instruction (for as nn American
Territory we must extend tho prlvl
lege of free education to all within
our gates, alien as well ns .citizen)
how consumes nearly one-third of our
lovcnuo, and at tho oculiig of the
present school term thero was u cry
fiom one end of the Territory to Hie
other for better school accommoda
tions. Must Meet Health Demand..
"Out of our $0,000,000 ie venue some
eighty per cent Is consumed In run
ning expenses, leaving only twenty
per cent for Improvements and cmer-
rencles, and when wo wero recently
threatened by yellow fever $40,000
out or the $105,000 estimated for tho
mosquito campaign had to he contri
buted from private sources mid was
furnished by the shlpiiers wharf com
mittee. How then, are wu prcpaied
lo meet tho enormous demand for
sanitation throughout this Territory
together with all tho other financial
problems confronting u. Ily borrow
ing the limited amount now left un
der the Organic Act, or by Increased
"Tho latter altcrnatio is not a sat
isfactory ono to contemplate for many
icasoua affecting tho public Interests
and developments of tho Territory.
mid if it has been necessary for us to
borrow such larg esums In so short a
lime In order to run this government.
what do we proposo to do when wo
reach the limit of our borrowing capa
city? How far has IneffFclency and
criminal waslo of public monies en
lered Into this question? Is thero an
iccountublllty for those entrusted with
tho expenditure of tho same?
Form of Government.
Iluvo we assumed tho burden of a
topheuvy nnd ruinously expensive
form of government with political do
mlnatlon and methods of n low stand
ard? If so, ran we better this condi
tion, or shall wo follow the example
ot progiessive cities of tho mainland
,n throwing off tho yoko nnd dolus
awny with tho fetich that our politi
cal ByBtom and complications must be
1 ecuuse they nro American. Tho word
American should stand for honesty.
efllctency and progress.
"Can wo In nny way meet tlio situ
ation ourselves or shall we ask tho
federal government to assist In tho
snnltnry campaign confronting us, la
consideration of our loss of customs
revenue, our necessary expenses for
free education, nnd for tho unfortun
ates nt Molokal, nnd also In consider
ation of tho Inrgo military Interests
o.H I lot? wllh them tcpiilblllllcs
which the fedeiul government mo ac
quiring In tills Territory. These n e
matters which should receive tho ear
liest consideration ot the member ol
this chamber, and I would partlcul.il
ly call the nttcutlnu of on leglslatme
committee lo the same, and nsk Ihcui
to make such Investigations ns they
liiny deem advisable especially look
ing fhto our public expenses, the ex
penditure of public funds and the ad
visability of calling upon tho federal
government for assistance In saulln
Hon nnd icjsirt to the chamber.
"In so doing I am not making nny
general charge nuilnsl our nubile of
ficials. Many of them me men of hnll
Ily, conscientiously endeavoring" to)
discharge their duties under tho laws
given lo them. Our lluanclal troubles
are probably due to the dry rot of
politics mid political pitroiingo which
pervades thu sjstcni, and prohibits
businesslike methods. Our territorial
departments are In the bands of reli
able men, nnd while thu successive
hoard of supervisors tin (mahout the
Islands have laid themselves oicn to
novel e criticism for waste and Inelll
cleney, 1 am assured that our local
iKiaid. now In office, would welcome
the advice and cooperation of our com
mercial bodies; mid It would serve n
good public service for our committees
to keep In touch wllh them, ns well us
with the legislature,
"I hnvo personally made sonio sug
gestions' to which they have given
courteous and favorable consideration
Cooperation rather than unuconstritc
tlve criticism Is needed, Tho busi
ness Interests must bestir themselves
lo sec that good material Is put In
olllce, and to inlliieuce the legislature
to net in a broad spirit for the public
welfare. V.. I. HPALDINO.
December 13, 1011.
CAUSES MUCH DISEASE
Ad lire About Sleuuirli Trouble nml
lion to Itclleic Them.
Do not neglect Indigestion which
may lead to nil sort of III and com
plications. All eminent physician once
said that ninety-live per rent, of nil J
the III of the human budy have their
origin In n disordered stomnih.
Our experience wllh Itexult Dyspep
sia Tablets leads us to believe them
to be among the most dependable rem
wiles known for the relief of Indiges
tion nnd chronic dyspepsia. Their In
gredient are soothing mid healing to
tho Inflamed membranes of the stom
ach. They are rich In pepsin, one of
thu greatest digestive aids known to
medicine. The relief they afford I
very prompt. Their use with persist
ency nnd regularity for a short time
tend to tiring about n cessation of
tho pains caused by stomach disor
Ilexall Dyspepsia Tablet help to
Insure healthy appetite, to aid diges
tion, and thus promote nutrition A
evidence of our sincere faith In Ilexall
Dyspepsia Tablets, wc nsk you to try1
them ut our risk, If they do not glvu
you entire satisfaction, we will return
you the money ui paid us for them.
without iiuestlon or formality. They
come In three slr.es. prices 25 cents, B0
cents, mid 11.00. Itemember, you can
obtain tlii-iii only nt our store The
Ilexall Store, ltonson, Knilth & Co.,
Ltd., I'ort nnd Hotel streets.
FREAR TALKS ON
Following several conferences held
between the Governor, I- H. Conness
and the heads of the various depart
ments, nn agreement was reached yes
terday afternoon In connection with!
the proposed electric street ear line for)
nun. a reported lirieuy uy mo 11 u 1
letln. A tentative draft of the fran
chise was made nnd will In nil prob
ability be forwarded to Congres dur
ing next month.
Speuklng of Iho matter tho Oovern
"It I proposed to require additions
nnd extensions of tho railway to be
made by the roinpuuy nnd to be main
fc COOKE, LTD. 177 South
Penhurst meets in front
and stays that way. It is
non-shrinkable, has the
strongest of buttonholes
and ample tie space.
lie, s for sic. Clam, VnXmi r a to, UUen
oKKicn or Tin: iioahd op
Honolulu, Hawaii, Dee. C, 1911,
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Honied tenders endorsed "TRNDKRH
FOR I)i:i:K OATTI.I:" will be received
ut the otllee of the Hoard of Health,
until 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Decem
ber 18, 1911, for supplying the Leper
Hettlement, Motoknl, with beef cnttlu
for the period of six month from Jan
nary 1, 1912, to Juno 30, 1912, under
thu following conditions, namely:
1. The bidder must offer to furnish
fat beef cattle to weigh nut les than
ISO pound ntt when dressed, in lots
averaging about GO head per month,
more or less, as may lie specified by
the Superintendent nf the Leper Set
tlement, delivered at tho Leper Settle
ment, Molokal, I'or further Informa
tion apply at the ulllco of Iho Hoard of
2. Hides, tallow nnd offnl to he the
property of the Hoard of Health.
.1. Much bid must be for tho prion
tier pound live welRht, with un alter
native offer of a price per bend.
A. The successful bidder must ngreo
that nil cattle are offered for delivery
subject to thn right of the Superin
tendent of the Leper Hettlement to re
ject uny or all until for use, In which
event other cattle must be forthwith
furnished to make up the required
number and those rejected forthwith
removed nt the expense of the bidder.
All bid must be submitted In ac
cordance with, and subject to, the pro
vision nnd requirements of Act C2,
Session l.au 1909.
Tenders must be accompanied by n
cerlllled check iiiial In miiount to S
per cent, of tho tender on thu busls of
CO head per month, or CO head per
month weighing net, when dressed, 3B0
THK HOARD OF HKALTIL
Ily Its President.
J. H. II. PRATT.
M00 Dec. fi, fi, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1S.
tained nnd operated by it, whenever It
shall be directed lo do so by u disin
terested board. The proposition now
Is to have the board consist nf the
governor, the secntary nnd the chief
Justice of the Territory and the circuit'
Judge ut 1 1 Mo and the chairman of the
Hawaii county supervisors. I
"The net nt present permits dlvl-
lends of 8 per cent, and then require
that nil paid In excess of 8 per cent. I
shall be divided equally between the
company and county, hut after ten)
years the county shall get ut least li
per cent, of the gross receipt. It I
proposed to ehango till by allowing'
cumulative dividends of 8 per cent. nnd.
dividing nil III excess of that three-1
fourth to the county and one-fourth
lo the company mid eliminating the
payment of 1 per cent, of the gross
"A to water rights, the plan Is to
give to the railroad eumpany n license
for using certain water of the Wallukii
Itlver for Its railway and other pur
poses, with the privilege on the part
of the Territory or the county of pur
chasing the power plants, etc., along
with the railroad, nt uny time nfter
twenty years. Tho company Is to have
Ihe power free for the nrst llvo years,
lo pay nt the nitn of one-eighth of a
cent per kilowatt hour during tho next
live ears, and thereafter to pay nt a
valuation appraised nt the beginning
of each ten-year term."
Japanese Cotton Rugs at Half-Price
Healed tenders endorsed "THNDnitS
KOH I'AIAI, LKPIlIt Hr.TTI.i:.tKNT,"
Will he received nt the ofllce of the
Hoard of .Health, until 12, o'clock noon,
Monday, December Is, 1911, for supply
ing' the Leper Hettlement, Molokal, with
pnlnl during the period of six months
from January 1, 1912, to June 30, 1912,
under the following conditions, name
ly: Tenders to lie for the price per bun
dle of pnlal weighing twenty-five (2B)
pounds net. The pnlal to be freshly
made nnd securely packed In tl lenves
nnd delivered In good conultlon nt tho
Leper Hettlement, Molnknl.
Tenders to ho bnsed nn tho supply
of 900 to 1900 pnlnl per month to bo
delivered ns ordered by thn Huperln
tendent and the supply In bos In with
the llrst week of January, 1912.
I'or further Information apply at the
olllce of the Hoard of Health, Hono
lulu. The Hoard reserve the right to pur
chase tnro from Wnlkolu Valley.
Tenders must be nccompnnled by n
cerlllled check equal In nmoiint to B
per cent, of the tender on tho basis uf
1200 pnlnl per month.
All bids must be submitted In ac
cordance wllh, nnd be subject to, the
provisions nnd requirements of Act C2,
Session Lnw of 1909.
T1IK HOARD OF IIHALTIL
Ily Its President,
J. S. 11. PHATT.
6100 Deo. B, 0, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, IB.
OP1TCK OK THK HOARD OP
Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec, t, 1911.
TENDER8 FOR PURCHA8E OF
. , HIDE8.
Honied tenders endorsed "THNDnRB
POll I'UHUIIAHI-: OP HIDKH," for the
purchase of hide belonging to thu
Hoard of Health, for thu period of six
months from January 1, 1912, to June
30, 1912, will be received nt the ottlee
of the Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock
noon, December 18, 1911.
Tenders must bo for the prlco per
pound for hides delivered on the wharf
at Honolulu, on weight approved by
nn agent of tho Hoard ot Health.
Payments required In U. S. gold coin
Immediately after delivery.
Tho Hoard doe not bind Itself to
accept the highest or any bid.
THU HOARD OP HKALTIL
, Ily Its President,
J. S. II. PRATT.
B100 Deo. B. 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14. IB.
Sealed tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of Public Works,
up until, 12 til. nf Tuesday, Dccemhir
19. 191L for THK CONSTRUCTION
OP A MACADAM ROAD ON ALHWA
Plans. , sped Ilea I Ion nnd blnnlf
forms of proposal nre on tlio In tho
olllce of the Superintendent of Publlo
The Superintendent of Public Work
reserves tho right to reject any and
Superintendent of Public Work.
CIQAl HOW U
A BTTWIT DO Aventi
ALT. PUnE' FRUIT FLAVORS
HONOLULU DRUQ CO.
1024 Fort 8tr..t Phone 2364
NEW DRUG STORE
80DA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hot.l 8tr..t at end of B.th.l
V.I 8tock.d with N.w Drugs and
See the Nine Layers of
Mattress De Luxe)
the most rf it ful, most-
tanlmjr mattrrsi In I he
wotld. No other $13.00
Coyne Furniture Co.
Thee Is but on. abso
lutely scratches, cast.r
Thes. caster, and tip,
because of their F.tlold
construction, do not, can
not harden, ccratch, mar or
stain. A lest proves It.
For sal. by
J. ilopp & Co.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King 8tr..t, oppo.lt. Young Hot.l
P O. lint MO Phono 3011
Q. M, UUNCAN
258 D.r.tanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
We tell Carmirt! Matlrris j
be Luxe Ucaute the maker tM
Lacki with an ntwuluie H
guiiantre saitufactlua. H
Try for 30 nlghti at our M
but better B
than claim w it turn tHijiiH
your money lu full. IWt pjkl
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