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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1008.
. and SATURDAY
Last Days of
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MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plants and lawns can be had at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at .
'at M. R, Counter's
1142 Fort St.
See our window display. Any article for 50c
Many pieces worth three times the money.
Sale begins Jan, 25th. Lasts until Feb. 1 only
I liHIIH if Hi'm-WIMWIH iwwnlimli.
IF you only knew how artistically
lovely we can mako the simplest
home, for rulittlebit of money,
yon would not live another Jay in
those old rooms.
See Me About Them
137 KING STEEET.
Ask If Territory
Governor Frcar lias received a let
ter from the Secretary of tho Interior
aaklns whether or not tho Territory
officials wanted any provision made
for them In tho Federal building. This
Is regarded as Indicating that prog
ress Is being mado In tho matter nt
Washington and fifrthdr developments
may bo expected, soon.
Gocrnor Krcar has replied to Sec
retary Garfield, stating that tho Ter
ritory needs no accommodation In tho
irow building, as tho vacating of the
rooms In the Capitol and Judiciary
buildings now occupied by Federal of
ficials will provldo ample accommoda
tions for tho Territorial offices.
Tho Governor also urged that tho
Federal building bo a handsomo one
and that It bo mado largo enough, ns
tho business of Hawaii and of tho Pa
cific Is constantly growing. Ho stated
that ho hoped not less than $850,000
would bo appropriated, excluslvo of
tho site, calling the attention of Secre
tary Garfield to tho fact that It coatB
mora to put up a building hero than
on the mainland.
A letter lins been received by Gov
ernor Froar from Assistant Socrctary
of War Itobert S. Oliver, showing
how Bomo members of the National
Guard of Hawaii may obtain a com
mission ns second lieutenant In tho
regular nrmy of the United States.
The letter Is as follows:
v Washington, January 7, 1908.
Sir: In view of 'tho present and
prospective vacancies In the grndo of
tccoml lieutenant Jn the Army over
tmd above tlioso required by law for
tho graduates of tho United States
Military Academy and the enlisted
men of tho regular Army, I am au
thorized by the President to Inform
you that ho will bo pleased to name
for competition In July next a candi
date to be named by jou from among
members of the organized mllltla of
Hawaii Territory. This candidate
will bo authorized to competo with
other civilian candidates for a limit
ed number of vacancies under regu
lations prescribed by tho Wnr De
partment In General Orders Inclosed
herewith. This order gives In detail
tho requirements of tho examination
and all Information needed by can
didates In advanco to enable, them to
prepare themselves. Tho following
fundamental rules of eligibility aro
laid down by the department In con
formity with existing regulations,
and In order to secure uniformity
among candidates who shall be nam
ed by tho various Governors In re
sponse to this Invitation.
Tho candidate must bo unmarried;
must not bo less than 21 years of nge
or more than 27; must bo n citizen
of tho United States; must bo physi
cally qualified to discharge, alt tho du
ties of an officer In nctlvo servico;
must be free from montnl or bodily
deformity and of good moral charac
ter and habits; must have been n
member of tho organized mllltlaot
your Territory continuously for noi
less than two years prior to being
named by you, and must liavo tho fa
vprable recommendation of tho com
manding officer of his Immediate or
ganization and of tho regimental and
brigade, commanders when the same
exist and are his direct superiors.
Tho candidate, whether officer or en
listed man, may bo of any grade.
Early action Is urged ito tho end
that the candidate named may liavo
as much time ns possible for prepar
ation. Very respectfully,
ItOIIKKT SHAW OI.lVKrt,
Assistant Secretary of Wat,
To tho Governor of Hawaii Territory,
Honolulu, Hawaii Territory.
laukea Also Retires From
- - ,
W. A. Kinney tendered his resigna
tion as chairman of the Democratic
Central Committee at n meeting
which that Jody held last evening.
Ho gavo his reasons for so doing In
the following letter:
Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 1908.
To tho Members of the Democratic
Territorial Central Committee.
Dear Sirs: I have been in harness
ns chairman of your commlttco slnco
tho opening of the campaign of tho
year 1904. when C. P laukea ran for
Delegate to Congress. I accepted tho
offico under protest, feeling that I
could not glvo the time required to
the performance of Its duties, but ns
thcro scorned no ono else nallablo
for the offico who would accept, I
felt It my duty to do no. Slnco then
1 have dono tho best I could under
the circumstances to meet the re
quirements of tho office and to dis
charge mytduty to tho party. For
f-omo tlmo past, however, I have felt
that it was only fair to me, as well
as to tho party, that someone clso
should bo appointed to serve, both
because I felt I had done all I was
Justified In doing In Justice to other
claims upon me, and also because l
believed the party would be benefited
by a change In office, thus bringing
In someone clso with new Ideas and
fresh energy for tho work. Some
tlmo ago I urged Mr. Waller to take
tho position, but he absolutely de
clined to do so, but I urn now cred
ibly informed that responsible men
can bo' found who are willing to ac
cept the position, If appointed.
Tho party, after Eucceasho de
feats, won a substantial victory last
election, nnd its prospects for the fu
turo aro bright. The members of tho
party elected to offico liavo shown
themselves capablo of gilug respon
sible government, and there Is no
reason why tho success of last elec
tion should not bo duplicated and
surpassed next November The cam
paign promlbcs to bo a keen one; In
fact, it is already in moduli, nnd the
man who is to act as chairman of
tho Democratic Tcrrltorlul Commit
tee during tho next campaign should
ho In harness now. I, therefore, feel
that the Interests of tho party, as
well as my own Interests, call for a
change nnd I now resign my position,
both on tho Democratic Territorial
Central Committee and tho Demo
cratic Central Commlttco for tho
County of Oahu, piefcrrlng to re
main In tho ranks for a season, at
least, so that I ran attend nioro com
pletely than I liao In the past to no-
own prlvnto affairs, which need my
I withdraw without .any disaffec
tion whatsoever, or any occasion for
It, having received loyal and faithful
support from you, my associates, and
from tho rank and file. I believe
more than ever In tho principles of
Democracy, and promise, to glvo earn
est and faithful support to tho party
In tho future, as I liavo In tho past.
Thanking jou for your good-will
and support, and wishing you all suc
cess in tho future, I remain.
Yours very truly,
W. A. KINNBV.
Tho resignation was accepted on
motion by C. P. laukea, who Inciden
tally stated that ho had no special
personnl interest In tho matter, as ho
did not expect to bo a candidate for
any office nt tho next election.
Another meeting of tho commlttco
will bo held next Friday evening,
when a successor for Kinney will bo
chosen. At this meeting laukea will
also resign from tho commltteo, ho
having mado tho dlscovory at this
late dato that ho ought to dovoto all
his tlmo to tho duties of the public
offico which ho holds and not tnko
any nctlvo part In partisan politics.
Other members of tho commltteo who
nru also incinborH of tho police fnrco
will bo given tho cholco botween fol
lowing tho Sheriff's oxamplo or get
ting out of tho force.
John Alexander Althof of Oakland,
an heir to tho May estato In Now York
and related to Gorman nobility, com
vmltn suicldo after an attempt to mur
der his wife.
If you WMit to enjoy robust
hwtltli, tajio a f.w dosos of tho
Dlttwi. It will mak th stomach
atsong and the blood into. Our
put rttard of over SO ysan prtvos
Its worth. U ouros ItWIgeitlon,
Dyapipila, Heartburn, Cottlvt
nets, female Complaints, Malaria,
Psver and Agua. Try a botUa te-Vuy.
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE
An uncqualcd comedy entitled
"Arabian Knights," will bo presented
at tho Hawaiian Opera House Fuliru
nry 20th and 22d under tho auspices
of tho Kllohann Art League. It Is
purely amateur nnd tho participants
ore dally rehearsing nm tho patrons
will bo assured a well acted perform
unco. Tho prlcca will bo KOc, 75c, and
$1, and from nil liullcalbno tho man
agement Ik confident of largo houses.
HOW FRANCIS BROOKS
TO NEW YORK READERS
San Frunclsco Orphouiti manage
ment stops tho pay of Mmo. Fougoro
and restrains her fiom going upon tho
P. E. R. Strauch
AfflOH ELEVATED TRACT
OF LAND opposite Hon.
Henry E. Cooper's residence
at Manoa Valley with un
obstructed view, on right hand side
cf oar line. Will sell one or two
acres to suit purchaser. One of the
very best building lots in Manoa.
WATTY BLDG., 74 S. KING ST.
OAHU COLLEGE WILL
GIVE TWO PLAYS
,Tho joung people of Oahu College
will present two short plnya on tho
evening of February 8th, thu proceeds
to bo used for tho furtherance, of Mis-
blon work In Honolulu.
Thoy aro under tho coaching nnd
management of Miss Ilruco, who Is In
chargo of tho now department of Oral
Expression and Dramatics. Tickets
now on sale at Wall Nichols Co. and
by students. These playa will bo
given In thu Assembly Room of tho
Charles It. Bishop hall.
Men students of University of Cali
fornia uuut "coeds" otiBted from gen
eral Btudcnt body and given voting
power only over Btrlctly feminine af
May Yoho acqulrojiiiow "angel" in
person of well known San Francisco
Attorney Francis M. Urooks was re
cently In New J'ork city and tho New
York World of January 0 ghos this
account of It:
F. M. Brooks, formerly a lawyer in
Shanghai, ono of six American law
crs disbarred by Mbbcus 11. Wllfley.
Judge of the United Stntes Kxtratcrrl
torlal Court fur China, is in New York
on his way to Washington to press
Impeachment charges which ho and
others aro bringing ngntust Judge Wll
fley. Mr. Urooks Bays ho haB suffered
from loss of practice consequent on
tho Judgo's disqualifying order, and
ho has brought suit for 150,000 dam
ages against Judgo Wllfley and his
clerk, L. K. Hlnkloy, charging them
with conspiracy to ruin his law prac
tice in Shanghai.
Mr. Urooks said yesterday thai,
asldo fiom consideration of thii per
sonal fitness of Judgo Wllfley, was
hero to secure, a decision on ltal ques
tions of Jurisprudence.
"If an American lawyer," said Ml
Urooks, "after seventeen years of prac
tice, largely In Montana, Honolulu nnd
Shanghai, with tho Indorsement of the
bar In all thoso fields, may suddenly
by an unheard-of proceeding, nn exam
Inntlon that was clearly a trick, bo dc
prhed of his bread and butter at n
wao of tho Judgo'H hand, It is time
tho profession took warning.
"When Judgo Wllfloy found ho
could not disqualify thrive-fourths of
tho American bar nt Shanghai from
prnctlco In China without Incurring
personal responsibility ho set about
to find excuses for his action."
Mr. Urooks continued that, lacking
causes In Shanghai for disbarring Mini
the Judgo hail stated that Mr. Ilrook'n
record In Honolulu was such that he
dared not return '.here. Ho said that
ho took an earlier steamer than Judgo
Wllllcy to Honolulu, tiled In that city
papers In his action against tho Judge
and tho n boarded tho same ship with
Judgo Wllfley to demonstrate tho fals
ity of tho Judgo's charges.
"A most Important principle Is at
stnko" Mr. Urooks Bald "tho right nl
a lawyer to mnko his living by hon
orable practice, it Is for this that
I-orrin Andrews, ox-Attorney General
of Hawaii, and myself aro hero to con
tend." Judgo Wllllcy, according to Annul-
cans who lnno been In Shanghai and
had tho honor to sit with him on tho
bench, found after tho United Btntei
Court wus organized tho riff-raff of
thu Territories and tho Pacific Coast,
In tho gulso of lawyers, plying tho
trado of shysters, blackmailers and
hangers-on, bleeding tholr clients ami
living by thetr wits. Tho Judgo not
only put up examinations for these, so
called lawjers to pass, but also dime
out of Shanghai n lot of criminals, de
serters from tho nrmy, loafers and dls
BOluto charactora of both Boxes. Ho
fined them as heavily ns ho could and
gavo them twenty-four hours to get
Ho had cleaned up Manila In a sim
ilar manner, and for this reason Sec
rotary Taft recommended him for tho
Job In Shanghai.
In all that ho has dono It Is under
stood that Judgo Wllfley has tho sup
port of President rtoosovelt and Seec
because it has the ideal insulation: there are eight separate
walls wood, air-space sheathing, mineral wool, sheathing, (
wood sheathing, zinc. That saves money in ice-Mils.
It holds the door absolutely tight by bolting it both
nt top and bottom. The middle-lcck allows the warm air(
frnm un'tlinilt in ft 111. nt flip lrit tt-aminf, nf 4hi ilnni.
in other refrigerators. (91)
It's cleanest, and most easily cleaned. And there arc H
tf.vm other rrninin that c will bo elnd tn tell vmi at S
5oc to $2.00
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