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eVENINQ BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1912.
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CHAMBER POLICY WHARF MEETING
'You Can Tell
The Man In m
doner Wakefield's proposal to nmond
Itulo J, relating to foreign freight nt
llllo. He wished to Insert the words
"by seu" and make the rule read a&
follows: "Foreign freight may remain
en tho wharf after a general order
ban hron tanned by the custom house,
"Cargoes of less than 2,500 tons, IS
"Cargoes of more than 2,500 tons, 72
"The above docs not apply to freight
for transhipment by sea when smh
transhipment Is designated In original
bills of lading anil In packages."
Commissioner Wakefield conti nded
that the Interpolation of the words
"by sea" should b made, and that
n steamship company cannot he bound
by the hard ami fast rules that should
npply to a railroad, on nccount of the
different trnllle condltltjns.
Illght hern, Thurston began his
chnrgos of discrimination, which were
repeated with variations twenty times
during the morning. He declared that
discrimination was apparent In tho at-
itltude of the hoard. Ho made a com-
jparlson of the llllo and Inter-lslaml
traftlc hauls to show that the railroad
will bo dealt with n serious blow by
such n rule.
After half nn hour of talk, thn com
With passenger futilities for the Isl
timls assured and the dcllnlle an
nouncement that tho Matbon Naviga
tion company Is making plans for the
splendid new steamer, the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday formally with
drow Its support of the pro'iosltlon to
suspend the coastwise lawn and allow
foreign vessels to engage In the pas
scnger tratllc between Honolulu and
This nitlon, which comes ns some
thing of a surprise hut Is regarded as
lliij only logical result of a situation
coolly analyzed, was taken upon ion
slderatloii of a letter from Oeorgu
McK. MiClcllan, secretary to Delegate
Kuhlo and representative of the hi
ial commercial bodies In Washington.
Mr, MiClcllan wrote that In view nf
the propti-iod resumption of the three
steamer (Jieanlc company ierl(c.
would the polity of the chamber, at
ready express-id as In favor of sus
pension of the. coastwise Ian 8, bo
Mr. U. K. Pnxton then asked Mr
Tenney us to tho plans of the Mntsou
ifimpaiiy for tho new steamer, mid Mr.
Tenney said Hint tho new sttamcr will
lie n fast and commodious one, will
That the llllo Ua'lrund Conmnj
will not sign the lontratt for the llllo.
wharf whlih Is now before tho har
bor commission Is the ileilaratlon
made by l A. Tliurstun at the mec' i
Ing of tho harbor commission yester
day nftvrnoon. It was n stormy on"
as has hem the case all ntt.tiu the ri ,
tonslderatlon of the tontratt was re-1
sponsible for more wrangling Thnrs-j
ton tpklng the attitude that the board
was trying to dlttate to him
Commissioners Hermit Wakefield
mid MtCnrthy stood solid to bne mat
ters go ns the board wanted and not'
ns the railroad wanted. Commission !
or McStoi kcr Boomed to generally j
favor of the railroad and Commission I
or Campbell sat on the feme, rtadyj
to go either wny. , 1
Two minor alterations were made to
the contrail and a third one Known'
out. The light hinged ht.wevtr, on
the fact that tho railroad refused to
sign the contrail unless the reguln
lions were such ns suited It The
tommlsslnucrs were afraid that If thl.
Was-granted tho contrail and reguln
lions would he bound tngctlur In nu
legal light that might aflerunrds
mission tool; a vote. Members Wake-11'" 500 feet long, hs feet wide, III! feet
field nml Mi Cat thy voted In favor of
Inserting tho words "by sea" whllo
Hermit and McStocker voted against
It, and McStocker, as acting ihalr
man, having tho deciding vote In can"
of a tie, tho nmciilment was tost
by the smart appearance of his
feet by his easy walk.
No pinching there no sliding
around. His Regals (it snugly
and comfortably, and make
walking a pleasure.
You can cure your
coming to our
store lor a pair of
'Mr r sn
deep and with an Indicated horse
.power of 11,000. Tho vessel will bo
ilose to 15,000 tons. Further discus
slou of trullic plans brought nut the
statements that the Oieanle will not
withdraw the Sleira from locnl pan-
Thls by no means ended Thurston's1 senger trainc but will build n new
spleen, He found raull with a lium.lboat, anil that with tho 1'nilflc Mall's
her of other rules, and In several cases plans for four new liners, the Islands
the commissioners yielded, sometime should he well supplied. Thereupon
apparently to end tho Interminable Mr. I'axton Introduted nml Mr. II. !'.
discussion. In some cases It wan. Dillingham setonded the following re
agrccd that he was right. solution which wns inrrled with but
In tho lourso of tho morning Thurs-j thno dissenting votes:
ton declared Hint the Inter-Inland 1st Whereas, This chamber Is now on
being "handed unlimited privileges on record as strongly favoring the sus-
n pinto." At another time ho quote, pension of tho toastwlso shipping laws
Scripture to exemplify what ho tow of the United States as applying to
slderetl the board's attitude. U' said vessels plying between the Territory
It wns from Pharaoh, he thought, and of Hawaii and the mainland of tho
quoted ns follows: j United States, until such time ns suf-
"I have whipped you heretofore with lit lent anil proper actommndatltinsaio
whips; hereafter I will whip you with provided by steamers under the Ami
scorpions." He declared that tho board, rlcan Hag: nntl
wns now whipping tho railroad vvillr Whereas, Tho Mntson Navigation
storplons. .Company, through Hi Honolulu
inrirni ti 11
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A few of our specialties are :
Silk Socks, Linen Handker
chiefs, Silk Suspenders, Neck
wear in latest patterns. Um
brellas, Gloves, etc.
I'liaiilinousiy ti. 1 tm 'fi iilrnt ufllii
Culled I'bliteit. Hncltl on Jaliiuirs I,
I HI 2, (' K Al resigned the mile- til
iniint liuiiii-tll.tlely after Ik win. untllled
of tils t-leitloii. Mr. Al was not uw.irti
if his (.election fur Hit pn-dllon until
tlftel' tll.,t'lectlon Itinilnilt" e t the su
ch l)' bail tlnlithed It noil. Win 11
lufurnicd of tho net lull of tin commit 1
lee III Hllci'llllg llllll UK plcsldtnl of Iho
miclt ly, Mr. Al tlt-cllutd mid tiiulired
his rtslKimlion tit mice.
Mr. Al thin niurnliiK gave its bis rea-
Mm t lint his physUtil iiiiiilltion Is nut j
the best, mid, besides Mil tilling til Ills
liiiHlnesH nlfiilrri, ho can nut uiitptftho
presidency. As iniiii.iKtr uf Hie City
Mill ('iiiiip.iny ho hits, not much spare
I line lor outside IntcreMs.
1,. ...11.... it I..-.II.... .., .. i,h..ui.i...iI
- 1 llilllllK fill -ivl"ll .,1 11 'l .-r.m-i..
fif tlie Kiii-Iptv. tlio fitlnr nttWirs will
W.k.fi.ld Prote.t.. agents, lias given nsaiiranco 111 ll i,uvt. clmrg.i ..f Hit. luislne.s
Toward tho end Commissioner Wnlic- 'neetlliK that said Matson Navigation lhirluK , rii-vptlun In the soclely
field gicw Impatient nt the nlniost ion Company Is now mnKliig plaint for a ,, llBt ji,,,,,,,,. ltKtifln honor uf Sun
tlnuous ibargei of dlscrlmluatlon that ",,w Btl'a"1"'- "' I'raetleal working n, on f .r,.,u.it -Xu Viit Hen of
TlmrBton was mailing and said rath- in"Jt'"y 'r arrylng at least to bun. . it, ,,wi,iu- of I'lilun, Mr Al wits In
cr sharply: ' i,,ri'1 "rsttlass passengers and to niaUe ,,. ri.C(KB i
"Air. Thurston has made statements ,tl0 ru" '"tweon San I'ranclsco and. ,
that ho has absolutely no right to ""noiuiu is 1101 10 exieeti six nays;
miilp." Now therefore ho It resolved. That
Tho flnnl clash enmo upon tho mat- l"K)n tl"' """"a""' "t "' Hcnmer
tcr of storing sugar on tho wharf "' 1m "ul '" ininUslon as stxjn ns
Tho Inter-Islnnd hero niado Its flrht I'0"1'" ""'I "!'" H'o further nssur-
and only appeal, suggestion or re- n," of tho M;ltso" Nnvlgatlon Com-1
quest during the entire- discussion of l,a3r ,,lat ll wl" ,oen l'a, wl,h tl,0
'tills Imiir mnllnr Allnmnv llnnmn. reilllremelltB Of passenger trillllc be-
way. representing tho Intor-lslautl tw,p" tl,p nnlln iBlnntla nml San
wUhetl the rule to ho worded so that f'r"cl"0'"' hulldlng su.h additional, T1 ,H . , , .( m m. , ipl)li
tho harbormaster would sis.- that Hit, f'p"'"pr ." p,,'",!i;r1H '"'' "",' 'mo bratlon of tho silver wedding of Itev.
sugar could ho stored so that It would l ""'" - r.'iulred, t h s chamber, for okiinuirn nt the Mn-
not .nconven.enco other fre.gf.t or tie- "JT"!' ""'' '5'. .w' !i "S "U" MM cliimh lorner of Klitau nnd l-en-
lav trn nt. anil nftpr Homo v Liinma 'VI l "" "' """-mii i iuc- iuui-
WlHt KIUJipiHK IUH Uf UMJHHMi 111 JIUK-
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
L! 11 11
IS CANCELLED; IDEAS ARE FREE
With 11 view tu limiting the lilrllipl.ico The Aim-ilttin - llnwiillan frelvbli r Director (leneral Arthur V Wall nf
uf ICmii. ! mi I1.1 III., nt Ki'iitibuu. Hit- j Irgliil.iii. ulili li wns in have sailed the l'.il'J I'loral Parade Is now an-
wall tun in t'le liNtnrlc kIihhp1.ii cs nf frtuii l'ugtt Suiiinl purlh nit last Son- jloim to bear from people vthti nnt'l
the Ttrritnrv the DiiikIiIi rt. iif'lliiwall! d.i). hut u'hlili met llh nil ncolil. lit Ideas about tlemrated autnuiiihlliM,
arc pi. union; 11 niiiuliir of suhiliiiitlaljtliriiiiKii 11 tnllhOtiu with the llrltl.th detornted lloats or any other feature
Hrokc 11 U uses replaced iltllclc nnd
Speilal lenses giouiid to order,
III liken friiiiHK rep ill ed promptly.
A. N. SANFORD
talk all around, a compromise was ar
rived at that satisfied everybody.
Tho tontratt and rules, whlth have
been mulled over and over four
months, will now bo submitted to thu
llllo railroad. It Is hardly expected
that Mr, Thurston will have any fur
ther objections of a serious nature.
The Inter-Island this morning express
i-enger travel between tho' Territory of
Hawaii and tho mainland of tho Unit
I:i the tllstusslon that came up,
Walter V Dillingham and 11. V. DM
Ilnghnm both strongly favored tho
nialnUnnnte of the coastwise lawn.
Walter Dillingham declared that on
1'reparntlons for this lelebrntlon
have been going on for sumo time and
It Is expelled Unit there will be tpilte
a number of people ntteuil tho cele
bration lo offer longintiilntlona tu lite
pastor and his most esteemablo wife.
The exercln-s, whlih will lommeuie
nt S p. 111., make n most favorable
piogram. Itev Tclichl Mori will n.re-
ed itself ns satisfied and lie end of "ll8 l'oln' ""ly Hawaii nml California '.' h'uL,.- ''"'"" U""
el itsur as Batlslleil, and no end of ,.,,lr, ,, fl,,, "I'l". There will lit. nddresws by pi a
tho controversy Is In sight.
dlflered, California being (Irmly
1 Tho ri-Biilt of tho whole thing Is that aal"t t'1" ""I'fnnlon
Over Ml & Co.
"I It M a 1 1 1 1 k II tier ir,
Members Wnkellcld, Ilerndt nnd Mc
Carthy and the people of Illlo arc
upheld In their attitude on tho vital
jiiilnts conierned, I
Ifeftiro discussion of tho Illlo wharf,
tho coiiiiuIhsIou talked over 11 plan to
charge vessels using city light whllo I
nt tho docks ut night for tho uso of I
I i I
A girl Imagines she ran plenso 11 lot
of fffeu, but nflir inarrlago sbo Is npt
In oI.icomt that it Ik dlillcult to pi .0.1
Thn thno votes of dissent to tho re
solution were W. It. Castlo, F, T. 1.
Waterhouse and Ilruce Cnrlwrlglit.Ji
mlnent pastors of thn city and dually
tlelltloiis rcficshnitnts will be served
The Hill loll n otitis Its tnugratu-
iiitioiiH to iiie iiuhts tu titiiers iiiui win 1
Mr Vnl..rl..,u.. ...,.u .l. ....I.. ..!,.. "" "IICICU Ull fVl-IIIIIK l
against the resolutions. Mrs- "lM" Okxmwa.
A mllliiry Blone now marks tho spot,
and If found to be nf sulllclent hard
iiii-h. 11 polihnl lalilit will be cut In
Ibe fate This will ln suitably lu
"tiibed w till hit III ami dentil tlates nml
t III,- naiueH of the fntlitr nnd mother of
the lat ul the IliiiMiil.in kings. If tlio
Mono Is tun sort 11 separate griinltu
tulilet will b ereittd.
Tbls mm li was tlet Idetl 11 1 11 lueet
Ing ul the il.itiKlitirs ut Ibe homo uf
Mrs. I-. A t'uniy on Itlehards street
thin iiiiirnliih Miss Anna Paris was
dtltgiied tu vllt the spot nml In report
us In tin condition uf lllr vtiitle.
It was fuillnr iltcldeil to treit ll
iniiuliir nf Kiiti poitH whlih with pri
Mlilnl In Kiiiuihaniehti III iiiaiiy ears
agn b tlit- C'liliifM' gnveriuiient. Thcsn
me ut pi cm nt In Honolulu mid have
Ihiii lit iIImim. for tunny c.irx. It Is
the plan tu fi'lii'o in the plot of laud
Willi tin se pnils ami In have engraved
tin tilth tlit liibii I1.1II, the undent h ui
Pol uf 10) ally
While delliille plans fur thu Improve-
1111 nl uf Hie crnntlils were made tills
morning. Ibey will ciinl.d Int..:"" Kl""1 """'''
execution until .Miss I'.trls has vlslttd
C01DS CAUSE HEADACHE
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moves the cause. Uscl the world over ," nh.I 1111.I made Her r t A "H-. , , H, ,. ,,eve ho
to cure a it.l.l in one day. P.. W. . t.il ...ee lug nf Ibe snclety will be ca 1-, ,mi
GROVii-'J MU'tutu-u on each box. Mad ' lthlu the next few weeks I ho.
j. IttthiK uf the tuiitrnct will fulluvv lin- A bird III the hand dneurt gt t the
MMU3 MUDICINI'.CO Saint LouU U. 1 . nnHiittU tnrly vvnrm 1
fieluhler Strnlhalloii ul Tacnuiii, has Unit they may bo contemplating
bet u iempuiiirll wllliilritwu fit.m tho Dlrt-tlor Wnll anil his "Ideas t'om
M'littliilf ' mlttee" are now at work on suggch-
'I In. Hailing nf the Vliglnl.tii has been lions for those who iietd them, and
caneiltd. aitnrdlug In iiililtis ricelvt-tl nniliody who Is short oil Ideas can
)eslenl.i urieriiiiuu h (.' r Mnrse. git a few by appllng to this coin
141 in ml freight iiKtitt ul litis purl. mlttee; whlih Is touijmsteil of l.t.vv
11 Is slattd Unit the damage stifftred llemlernui, V, (J. W Cooper anil Mrs.
by the Aiiieilciiii-lliivv.illan vihhcI has II. i;, Wnlty This conn-nlttee hell
betn fotiuil tm. mi Ions tu ptrinlt ut htr Its Hint meeting the oilier day and.
nulling fur thi.' Ii-kiuds ut this time. lis now working upon a Furies of silg.
'I lie MIsHiiiirlan will thenlnru bring, gestliuiH for decorated automobiles.
Ibe iurgi whhh was to lone arrived In lly addressing the Mens Committee,
tho Virginian '1 be MIsHuiirlnii Is 1912 l'lnral I'arnile, care of Hawaii
Hcliidiili'd In Hull fi.nu Ike Sound tm 1'romotlnn rooms, Honolulu, jicrHons
Juiiuary s'i. mid will iinrj New orlc tlerlrlng hiiggcstlons will ho supplied
forgot s iiiiiuberi-d L'jU, l!Sl mid 2o2, with thtjiii and any such siiggoMlnus
leaving Niw York in the Texan, No-'will l. conslilcred ftrlitly cnuuMon
vtiubti .'ft; Kitnsaii, Dtccmbir :, mid tlal,
Aineilcaii, Dei-eiiiber 15, Tho Virgin- (
Ian was to have hi might 11 Lugo ship- Heinue. lie alleges, police court and
mint of sluik fur the niiarteniiastir prosecuting .ittnriii')'H olllco do nut
ilepartincnt nml tilsu local Importers. ' milko the tines of Chinese g imhlers
It Is believed hero that llm large lu.lii ,eavy enough to deter tho gamesters
in the how plales nf tho Aim rlcin- friM11 continuing. Chief uf I), le.lhes
Hawaiian Htmiur siislalned tin thu MfDunin said that ho will suspend the.
tliiici.rti.lllsh.il with Ibe mulsh tramp arrest of the gamblers,
freighter wits found illlllcult In repair , ,
j The tease of somn laud lo the Dow-
Mtt ltato at I ellchiin Is about lit run
mil and 1111 npplltnllnn ha" beep midi
for a rtnewnl. The mailer was taken
up this morning l I .mil Cuiuuit.i
sloner Charles S .In Id nml the Cm.
rrtior hut no dtclklon was rtnihed
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