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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912.
The "Regal Underslung"
Corner Merchant and
THREE NEW MODEL 1912 REGALSNow at Show Rooms
Roadster, Four Passenger and Five Passenger Touring Car.
High Standard Cars at Moderate Prices. Built by Regal Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich.
H. E. Hendrick, n.
for Hawaiian Islands
Tlio llrst iiowb of a tcrrlblo mar-,
lno tragedy which approaches that of
Hie Titanic horror, was brought to
Hun rrnnctsco on April 17 by tlio llrlt
ish steamer Queen Helena from Calo
la Huena, on tlio west coast of South.
America, According to Captain Mcln
tjro tlio Chilean liner Cachcpal, of tlio'
South American Company, was lost at
hca about March 22 whllo voyaging bo
twecn Payta anil (limapill, a dis
tance of 200 miles. It wo believed
that tlio thirty passengers anil fifty
members of tlio orew lost ttiuir live
when tho vessel was blown in nloms
by exploding hollers.
Hvn TatiRiioy, tlm ne-trcss, lost 'H nil
In Jewelry In a Now York tnUtah Sho
clfcrs n rowaiel of $1000.
'1 ho losses of the Traclcrs' Insur
nnco Company of Hartford as a result
of tho vvicck of tho steamship Tltalilr
will bo $600,000. Tho Artiia l.lfo In
siirnnco Coniiauy will loso 1198,000.
II 1' Ilrown of Philadelphia vvns
appointed examiner to take testimony
In government proceedings for dlsso
lutlon of tlio 1'nllod States Steel Cor,
porntlon and somo of Its subsidiaries
MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS NOW
, To meet our representative at
This is the time to select your lot and
build your home in the most attractive,
residence tract ever opened to home-
seekers in Honolulu. Every lot is accessi
ble to the best bathing beach at Waikiki,
but the prices are low and the terms easy.
There's health, and fun for all tho family at
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.
CANAL ON EQUAL
MS FOR ALL
subject mill expressed tho feeling that
tin discrimination proposed is most
unjust Several others were equally
us positive ngnlnsl It
The cist of tlio resolutions was or
deled cabled to Washington for iiho
I)) the Delegate, res the bill Is now
Htalth Matters Up. '
Although the- mooting nstcrday
was a special one, Informal discussion
Prolcst Against Measure to
Shut Out Railroad-Owned i
Willi omphalic volte the Merchants ,
Association ve elcrela) afternoon vvcnl
tormall) on record against tho pro
posed logls'nllnii to prevent railroad j
owned hlcauiHhip fiom listing tho I'a I
I was Riven to siiultnrv conditions. O.
C Swain prcsenlpd n vigorous verbal
eport on Mime Insaiiltiuy conditions
lound In tho Anla mid I'liliumr ells
trie Is. mentioning In particular ono
place whole a storm sewer has hrolccn
ml the flooding, HlnRiiant waters are
n uieiiaie to health. He declared that
Inasmuch as the merchants of tlio
ill are called upon lo contribute)
henvll) lo overs emergency cleanup
It behooves them lo take notice In ad
value mid get the nutlioiitlcu lo put
tin end to tho Insaiiltnr) conditions.
In I ho absence of Chairman Svvlfll. " " " 'ruy. couiiueniing on
nl tho committer tn which tho nmtler m; m"'". "'
was referred for a riport. V. II Mc I . " "r '"" , T. l ' "'"
i,i,.r,IV n.w.n.m- i,.n,ni.,.r ,.f u.n ,,' Assoc Intlon Is laklnR ui mtlicr a now
niltleo. mado a vory clear and forceful l"10 ,'" going Into sanitary matters.
Mnlomenl After explaining what thei1"" ',nm K,B'1 " J100 J'1"!. w1 la)'
proposed legislation Is, ho declared' cn"Kii nciiv iv iei i. mo nnaoci.
that the eomnittle-o hud not been tiblo '" ' closely concerned In tho Haul
i u, i. n,,u..ii ui,r.ni,i fnvp .n.v larj safeguttrdliig of tho city, nnd I
bill that would lestrlet Us ocean fncll-! tx'Hf' H"' committee Is to
itles. ami that, furthermore, It was pllineiHed ami the' Assoclat
dllllcult to see on what good grounds
an Smericnu ships should ho disc rlin -
llialed ngaltisl 'Iheieiipnu lie Intio
duced I ho follow lug lerolulloii, vhlch
was ellscussed In lc.fi ami then cairlcdi
"WlieretiH there' Is pending In Con I
gross u bill lelatlng to tho operation1
of the I'auama Canal which has lccti,
nmeniled so as to ptoliihil tho uso ofi
the canal bv any steamship company I
In which an) tnilionil has an Interest
' Whereas, such action would pre 1
vent the use of tho canal hy somo of'
the largest owners of American hi rum 1
"Wheteas such action would male '
rlally and seriously hurt this Ten I
ton, which Is now suffering from laek J
of transportation facilities, anil vvhojel
lellef Is ellrectl) guaranteed by rail '
road owned steamers, and i
"Whereas, such legislation would,
snrvo to prevent tho furthor IAiIIiIJiik
of inunv Amorlcan steamers.
"He It llesolved, Tliut thn Mer
chants' Assoc lnllnir of Honolulu, In
regular session assembled, bcliovliic
Hint lhe I'auama Canal should ho open
lo nil Amerlcnn lonnago Irrespective
of ownership, do protest against tho
proposed discriminating legislation,
and favoi tho broad and equitable, pol
Icy of treatliiR all American lonnngo
"Ami It is further llesnlved, That
copies of thin resolution be sent to our
Delegilo in Wiishiliglon, with liihtrue
tloiis to present wunci to Ilia projier
P Klamp of II. Hnckfold & Co,
agents for tho I'aclllo Mall Steamship!
Conipanj, was nskcdli to Bpealt on tlio
grntulntcd on tho vorj able manner
In whli li this bus been taken up"
The Association informnllv ex
pressed Itself ns fawning tbe follow
It.g ii it of tho Information thus recclv
eel and of having the Attention of tho
Hoard of Health drawn to the cotidi
lions existing I
I'd Towse, who Is inveslign'lng the
proposal for a free garbage sjstenie
on behalf of tho Oahu Central Im !
prnveinent Committee, brought this to,
tho nttentlon of Hie iiierchunls, show
lug the advantages of having a motor
truck sjstem in handling the clt s
garbage. He also told tho merchants
that (he Oahu Central Improvement
Committee will meet tomorrow to nr
range for tho hcciitul annual Clean I'p
T I, Tullen, of Cedor.idil Springs,
has relumed lo the mainland after a
short trip here
C J McPhorsoii ami Mrs. Mcl'her
snu, of Pnttlahd, have leturned lo
their homo, sailing on the I.urllne jes
trrda, after ii very pleasant visit
here, during which they were guests
nt Tho Coiirtliiml
Mil AND MIIK (IKOHOU II i:fl
I.A.NIi returned to S.m Plant Iseo on
tho I.urllne yestorduv
"Progress on construction work on
tho various wharves of this port Is
very satisfactory Indeed lo the Har
bor Commission," said Secretary
Hermit of the Commission this morn
ing "Tho new Hie hards street wharf,
tho new- Inter-Island wharf, tho Ala
Ken work, the old Hackfeld new
Majson wharf, etc, are all going
"I took a tour of Inspection of tho
various wharves jesterda) and was
very much pleased. The northwest
block paving nr the Alakea wharf Is
not ns good as ohla, there Is no epics
Hon of Hint, but It ran bo disused
without Involving any serious recon
struction Honolulu will soon bo well
ceiuippfd so far ns wharf room Is con
Good for 2000 Votes
1 nominate Mrs. or Minn , ,
Downtown nddrcas, If any
DlBlilct No ." (Seo District Divisions)
Nominated by Address
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