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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1911.
BY C. S. ALBERT. nn1 lrolnlly nwroj uvcriiKO sea speed
(Hprrl.il MulUUn Correspondence ) t these ships f i mil a 1 1 Vit t II knots
WAHIIINHTUN, I). I', Doe. I -Tho I (thirteen uf the number of the latter
only proposition Iixikltip to cnrryiiiK class), ami nlno salllnpi per moalli
I he mails through the Panama Canal, fiom Nuw York to Pacific Coast ports
when completed, came from the Aine
licnn-lluwiillan Steamship Company.
The sum of $". O.ODU a cur Is already
uall.ih1e for the purpose, hut strange
ly enough noue of thn big transpor
tation companies eniuo forward with
President George S, Dearborn, for
(hu American-Hawaiian Steamship
Company, did not actually hid on eat
and Hawaii, Including Sail Diego, San
J Pedro, Kan Francisco, Portland, Seat
tle mid Tncnmn. Tlinl tno lime rrom
New York to Colon would bo from six
to suven ilajs and to San Francisco
from eighteen to twenty days; from
San Francisco to Panama from ten to
The mall sen lee we could provide,
with these fteiiueut sailings would be
fully as efllclent as the one. content-
Senator Clark of Wyoming. There ap
pears to bo no opposition, and Its
passage Is expected before adjourn
ment, "I am going to try nnd stir up soma
mud," sold Mr. McCrosson In speaking
of bis errand here.
rying the mulls, but submitted a pro
position to thu Government. The rca- 'plated In )our contract.
Fon assigned was that thu ships do- As to mmponsntlon, the regular
Mgnctl to meet the (lovcrnmont's spe-J postal rale of four cents iter pound
cincntloiiH must depend entirely on
the annual subsidy.
Tho proposition submitted by Pre
sident Dearborn follows:
1st. That the passenger type of
ship icqulrcd under the piuposcd con
tract Is not one that Is sultnhlc for
carrying ficlght economically; Unit
the limited spate for freight on each
ship on account of the encroachment
of tho passenger accommodations and
the appurtenances theieof, would not
produce a sulllclent amount of rev
enue. So that it would subsist en
tirely upon the subsidy
2nd. The revonuo fiom passenger
ttallle can not bo conservatively ortl
mated of sulllclent amount to offset
would he adequate.
Furthermore, should nil of the ser
vices which are reoulred under your
advertisement come Into existence,
their total annual freight capacity
would bo but a small part of that
which we are providing for.
As our ships could make tho trip to
Sjin Francisco In from eighteen to
twenty das time, as compared to six
teen days by those of tho proposed
service, we would meet tho require
ments of the shippers of the highest
class freight In fact, this Company
today by It Tehuantepec tranship
ment route carried tills year 470,000
j tony of general freight of all classes
(exclusive of the 300,000 tons of sug-
Kol Samuel Parker also came along
with the advance guard of llawalhius,
lie curries In his vest pocket the proxy
of It. 1.. llotsteln, Itcpuhllcnn Nation
al Committeeman. He will participate
In tho deliberation,, of thu National
Coinmlttco when thai body convenes
In session here. December 12.
Colonel' Parker. In addition, will have
tho pleasure of attending the lovefenst
dinner lit the White House tho night
of December II, when President Taft
entertains tho members of that organization
C W Asbford, tho lnwjer who rep
resents a. number pf Knu homestead
ers, Is here working to prevent the re
appointment of Governor Frenr. Ills
clients complain that the land laws
have not been properly administered
nnd they have thereby been Injured.
Mr. Ashrord will Join tho Delegate In
seeking to convince Secretary Fisher
that he should not recommend Gov
ernor Krenr for another term.
A Pair of Regals
. i i i
What better Christmas present for a man or woman than a pair of
tho Impairment of the revenue fromjnr it cariles from Hawaii) from tho
freight. In such a type of ship. The i highest to the lowest with the excep
passougcr tlnu; of the tmnscontlncnt- i Hon of perishable freight. We also
ul railroads to the Pacllie Coast
four davs will
gT tralllc via the
of tourists; particularly as the price I fruit.
of passage must necessarily be high- j At the tlmo of tho opening of tho
er than that by railroad. ('anal this Company expects to have
of ; proposo to Insulate and refrigerate n
preclude any passcn- number of ships so us to be nblc to
he Canal, except that , provide for a large tonnage of citrus
Itrd. The contingency of the ques
tion nilslug in the future of the le
gality of a subsidy applied to shlpu
In a fervlco protected by the Navi
gation laws, which Is without prece
dent and could be construed as a
The American-Hawaiian Steamship
Co begs to submit Its program for
operating n steamship service thinugh
the Panama Canal, with Us indent
lleet of eighteen steamers and live ad
ditional steamers building of a total
dead-weight capacity of 2.10,000 tons,
u lleet uf sulllclent capacity to trans
port annually 1 ,1100,000 tons of freight
or about "."0,(100 tons nioro freight
than It Is carrying today. To securo
this additional freight materially low
er rates than those It Is now charg
ing must be made to divert this large
tonnage from the transcontinental
railroads to the Canal route
Tho American-Hawaiian Steamship
Co. Is absolutely Independent. No
transcontinental railroad has any ill
lect or Indirect Interest In It or ar
rangement with It.
If Vim lime Scalp or Hair Trouble,
Accept This Offer.
EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO GET
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Special llullc tin Correspondence )
WASHINGTON D ' Dec 1 Al
most culnudcnt with the arrival of
Di legate Knlanlan.iole, Secretary Mi'
I'lellmi n turned from a vacation trip
When we promise your money hack
for the niero asking If Ilexall "OS" Hair
Tonic does not do' iu we claim It will,
you certs Inly have no reason for even
hesitating to try It. Wo do not ask
you to obligate yourself In any way.
We could not ulTord to so strongly
endorso Ilexall "M" Hair Tonic and
continue to sell It as we do. If It did
not do all we claim. Should our en
thusiasm carry us away, and rtcxall
".1" Hair Tonle not give entire satis-
faction to the users, they would lose
faith In to. and our statements, and in
conciii.ice our business prestige
Therefore, when we assure jou that
Iti-Mill 93" Hair Tonle will promptly
enidlcato dandruff, stimulate hilr
growth and prevent premature bald
ness, you may rest assured wo know
what we are talking about.
We hnncMly bellevo that licxnll "30"
Hair Tonic will do moro thnn any other
human agency toward restoring hair
grow tli and hair health. It Is not greasy
and will not gum the scalp or hair or
cause permanent stain. It Is as pleas
ant to uso as pure cold water. It
comes In two slscs, prices CO cents nnd
1 00. Remember, you can obtain It
only at our store The Ilexall Store,
llenson. Smith & Co., Ltd., Fort und
Regnls come in quarter sizes, insuring a perfect fit, and every pair is
honestly built of the best materials on the lines of the latest London,
Paris, and New York custom models.' ,
$3.50 $4.00 $4.30 $5.00 $?.50
UNFINISHED POEM TOO
MUCH FOR GLASS DOOR
A kauunn vlBlted tho Judiciary
building yesterday morning and wreck-
oil lils vengeance on tho glass mines
of tho big door upstairs near Judgo
ll.nl Mi,, iiiiinmit Is tint slllllclciil In ilODIIISOII H room.
keep thn work progressing during tlio 'fie Judge was In his room and the
intlre year anil It must be suxiiended court stenographer. Mnilrlco P. Mi-
untess Congress allows nn nddltlnnnl '. Wahnn, was composing a farewell ode
um during tho present session. " mo old building which Is soon to
The Delegate nnd all the Hnvvallnn'bc vacated. There is also a rumor to
to Durope and Joined htm ill looking I roniingciii nere is mncn upsei aooin "" rata uii jiuige iirorgr A. uavis
..,.. .. i..,...i ...,,.,.... no i.e...,,. iiv.lhe elimination of lllln harbor from . w'nrf having an argument down town.
ccklm: to ascertain what can be done Hie estimate for the next fiscal year, i Suddenly there was a crash ng though
tor Kauai and Hilo harbors In tne
net rivers and harbors bill A deter
tulnid effort will tie made to have iidc
quale buius allowed for these better
ments. It was found that no report
from llm engineers lias been, received
on the improvements contemplated for
Kau.il harlxir It also developed that
the rnirt of the resurvey of into har
bor has not feurhed tile department
Iienv Ah a consequence, IJicre are no
arguments on bond' to present In Jus
intention of an Insistence that money
be allowed for this work.
The estimates for the rivers and
harhoi hill lor the next Itafil year
totaled up more Hum f47.0nn.nun, nnd
Secretary Sllmson de hired these llg
ures must tin reduced to at lensf 2S -Onn.nnn.
Itence, there was n general
paring nnd whacking In which the
amount recommended for continuing
Hie lllln harbor work was eliminated.
The excuse Is given by War Depart
ment oitlclals that a considerable por
tion of the sum hcrttofnre appropri
ated fur the Hllo harbor work Is un
expended nnd will be available for
prosecuting the Improvement The
fact is admlttid, at the same time.
They will unite In an effort to hnvo nn some Irate tnxpuyor had hurled a bftnib
nmeiidmrnt added to tho rivers und through otic of the big skylights tip-
harbors bill, when It Is taken up for stairs, that let light Into tho tax dc-
Hssenddlng. Including tho sum neces
rary to keep the lllln work going.
Instantly all the officials were tint
In tho nassngo rushing In tho dlrec.
Officials In the Ilureau of Yards nnd ' Hon from which tho nolso ciimo. On
ijoeks, NHvy Department, are- still arrival there they found .ludgo Rnli
miillliut over the bids made for tlioilnson surveying tho ruliw unit tho
erection of an administration' building poet wavjng tho unfinished sheets of
nnd storehouse at Pearl Harbor. No manuscript In his bund. Someone
vvny out of tho illllleulty hss-yotibeen suggested that the door must have
suggested An effort Is being made 'to down closed but objections were
so Jupgle tho llgures as to permit thn raised lo this owing to tho isislllon
letting of tho contract for the store-f the fallen glass. An Investigation
house building. (was started when the sweeper came
The Delegate will also take up thl along and gathered In all tho ovl
niatter and urge action, He hopesth.it uencc. t.
imiii structures may no uvvnrueii, mns
permitting the Initiation of the work
without further delay, such as .would
be necessary In tho event of readver
Using for new bids.
MIiih Mnithn Slark has been ap
pointed by tho health commissioner
of Ilaston as hoait uurso of tho now
school livclene lnlrflnit nt it slnrv ,if
John T McCrosson Is here, realty in $,500 M(((s mmk ,iaB ,)een
tight for his Irrigation projects. I Jo, B1,cl,ntcmIcnt of tho i)HlrctNnrscs"
des res mithorlly from Congress to, ' '
construct a big ditch In the Knu .IN- """clntlqn. which covers ho atate
trlet A bill for that purpose was In- "' Mnssacliusctt. ami of which Mrs.
trodueed during the last session by Et A. Codniun Is the president.
Give a Regal Shoe Order for Christmas
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel
YOU CAN WRITE TO SANTA GLAUS
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Ppeclal. I1 11 1 1 n c I ti Correspondence.)
WASUINOTON, 1). C, Nov. 2S.
Any friendless little child In Hawaii,
or clscwdcrc under tho Jiillsdlctlou of
Itoictoforo Hie lillc of the l'oMnf
fico department ban been that nil
roniinunlcntloUH addressed to Santa
ClaiiB, Kris Krlugle nnd' all the oilier
pet names by which tho old Inwhls
the United States, may appeal to hored gentleman with the Howlus,
Pnntn Clam for such Christinas girts Popullstte wlilakeis Is known wo.e
as Hcvni most desirable. All request tiromplly sent lo tho llciiil Letter
of this character will be Bent to the Division. This has early amused
Oenernl Postolllre In this city niiil much Indignation uinoug klndhc.iitcd
turned over to the various chin liable folks. Such picssuro was exerted
organizations that make a feature of that Postmaster flcuernl llllclicork
looking after tho smull ones, it also has nullified tho old regulation. Here
sccms leusonahly certain that some after all notes rioin the children will
kind of n substantial acknoAledgnient bo handed to those encased In look
will be made. 'lug after their holiday welfaio.
IN DITCHING WORK
WASUINOTON. D. C. Nov. 2C.
Hepoits to Seciothry Wilson show
Hint the work the Agricultural De
partment recently did In experiment
ing on dltchln.r with dynamite. In
ditches f, to 12 feet wldo and 3 to U
feet deep proved successful and It is
expected will lesult In tho .general
.iso of this explosive for ditch con
struction. Tho following statement was in ido
I y the Department: "There has long
been need for an economical method
of excavating ditches of small and
modern to sizes, especially for wet or
tlmhcicd land. Ditches wider than
IK feet usually can bo made by a
floating dipper dredgo for 8 to 'l
tenia per cubic yurd, through swamps
vvheic stumps nnd logs are numerous.
Very small ditches and trenches for
Hie are dug by hand when tho total
work Is too small for employing u
(teaching machine, at a high cost per
cubic yard exenvated lint not exces
sive cost per llnenr foot of cut.
Ditches I feet or more wldo can ho
dug in firm soils containing no
stumps, logs, or largo B,toues.. by
scraper dredges (uf various types. Hut
C. Q. YEE MOP & GO.'S
t ' '' M
Juicy antf Tender
Dressed ana Undressed
We carry the Best Meats. Give us a trial order arid, be convinced.
King Street near Fish Market Phone 3451
in timbered laud especially where too
vet for efficient hand lalnr, ditches
may need to bo many tlmo larger
than required lor dinlnage, to lloat
the only machine adapted to the worl;
tho dipper diedge."
FULL OF INTEREST
That some line literary ability exists
amoiiK the men of the P.itlllo cruiser
lleet Is evidenced by tho clever publi
cations tho various ships get out.
The "(irnnd (.anon," a., might be ex
pected, llull.s fiom the cruiser Colo
rado, mill the December number was
put out yesterday afternoon and Is on
s.ilo today, llcsldes a lot of clever
Joshes on the men of the lleet, there
are some more serious articles well
worth rootling, uinonK them a eiltlclsiu
of the cage in.ist, while the editorials
are well written and timely.'
The magazine 'Is u distinct credit to
Ibo llett and Ut'tho men of tho Colo
rado. W II Il.irouskl b. editor, and R K.
1 1 uen und II. 1.. Illcbiu-ds assistant editors.
Gtrojpound Herb a I o
Stomach, Uvtr, Kldmy and
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Honolulu Drug Co.
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
LADIf.S', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR - -
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE AT HOME OR IN SAN FRAN
CISCO, DO YOUR SHOPPING AT MAGNIN'S.
THAT TlIKRi: A11I3 UNUSUAL ADVANTAflKS TO UK DH
niVHD KHOM TUADIN'U Mfil A IIOI.'MU WITH TIIK PIlHSTiail
OP MAGNIN'S, IS CLKAHLY SHOWN IN
The Power of
AH AM. Ob' OUR .MHItCIIANDISU. WHICH IS OP' Till: IIKIIIUST
(IIIADK IN SIAKi:. 1'INISII AND XTATHIUAU IS IIUINO SOU) AT
VHItY MODHIlATi: PRICKS.
GRANT AVC. AND GEARY ST.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
James Guild Company
We are open for business with a
House Furnishing Goods
'Including Cut Glass, Tsblo Glass Wara, Cutlery, Plated Ware,
Chafing Dishes, Enameled Ware, Tin Ware, White Mountain
Freezers, Oil Staves, Wiro Gcads, Drushcs, Lamps, Crockery,
JAMES GUILD COMPANY
Collins Building, King Striet, Near Fort Telephone' 3591
I Private Driveways I
H pitopiii: APPiioACiin.s hi:m:cti:d and iiradkb kstaii- H
'I i.isiu:i. Tiioiiounn consthpctio:.. I
', Constructlnu T TWT "DaTfcTWTI Telephone H
Contractor Jk XTAe MTKJjMJJ 2J30 H
lT-i'M" t I'A t 'i . 1trn" v L
Guardian Trust' Cd, Ltd.
W. O. SMITH, President L. J. WARREN, Secretary
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Treasurer
W. O. SMITH j. p, C00KE
W. J. FORBES 8. A, BALDWIN
W, W. CHAMBERLAIN A. F. JUDD
OFFICESi SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING