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VOL. X. NO. 4043
Kauai Booze Interests
Knifing Each Other
That charges may lio preferred
iigalnst toit.iln of tlio liquor Interest?
or Kauai, ntt well as Couniy ofllrlals
there, by V. C. Peacock & Co., hnd
Uiat the matter may lo brought before
Iho Gfcin 1 lurxi Is tlio news that has
boon learned In Honolulu to lay. The
iuaon for nllcgol cliargcti, wlintever
they maj lit", dates back foiiio llino
when tin- llceiibo of tlin Kami Wlno
f.ml -Liquor Company, In which Pea
rock Is Inteiosted, wub bell l) pend
Iiir nil Investigation regarding a
charge preferred tlint they hail hoM
liquor on Sunday. It was said and
iimlcrHtond that thin chargu was
luought by the rival liquor companies
on that Island.
It Ik known that W. C. Peacock and
V. A. Klnucy, his attorney, nro now
on Kaunl concerning tliu license mat-
Out Without Fighting
"If It Is found that Judge Humph
lejs' point hau been well taken with
T7uhtT' to tlio eligibility of Dr. Cofer
,to hold Ills position us President of
the llcxii (I of Health nnd ulso a Fed
eial position, there, will bo no fight,"
stated Attorney Ocncral Ilomenwny
this morning. "Dr. Cofer will quiet
ly drop out without any fuss."
Tho Attorney General has been
working on tho matter hard all
morning, and, although ho stntes that
ho hu3 reached no conclusion yet, his
attitude seems to be that Cofer will
have, to drop out, not because of tho
fact that he has been accused ot
technical bilbery bo much as tho fnct
that thu law will not support his hold
Ing two positions. Nevertheless
lleiuonway states that ho hns reached
r.n definite conclusion regarding the
question, and probably will not for
lonio time yet, as lie will havo to
look up Innumerable authorities on
It was noised nbout town that Co
fer could bo hauled up on n technical
rhnrgo of embezzlement, or mlsuso nf
publlo funds, because of tho fact that
ho has been taking $1B0 per month
from tho salary appropriation for the
President of tho Hoard of Health un
dcr tho title of "Personal expenses."
This wns found to be absolutely un
true, however, as Attorney General
llemonway stated that Cofer could.
If ho mi wished, draw out tho entlro
Comfort during ths Summer months depends greatly
upon the Usdcryvcar you have on.
Our WEBB KNIT UNDERWEAR is light, cool, strong,
MORRIS UNIVERSITY SHORT-SLEEVED COATS.
SORIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGGANS.
The Prices On These Goods Have Made Them Popular. '
CORNER 0F FORT
ler, and ruinnr hen It that cither, tlio
Wnlmra Wins Co., tliu Knpaa Wlno
Company, or C. W. Splt7, of Nuwlll.
will, will bo brought Into Court, and
ln-rliaps tho matter will bo brought
hofore tho (Irani! Jury. Ono charge
that may bo preferred Is that tliu
Count) officials nro woiklng In eon
Junction with tho Walmea Wlno Com
piny, tho Kup.in Wlno Company, and
C. W. Spitz, who In fact, controls ulj
of thoto, against thu Kami Wine and
M. F. Prosser, who la Kinney's pmt
ttor, Ktnleil that he had not hu.iid fiom
Kinney ulnce ho went to Kauai. Ho
also stated that although ho personal
ly had nothing to do with thu case, hu
was assured that some definite action
ngahtst thu Spitz liquor Interest:!
' would be taken
$27f and. label It "personal oxponso"
io long as It waB drawn from the 9ni"
my appropriation, nnd did not In
frlngo on any other appropriation.
The general feeling 'among the
Federal ofllclals holding positions In
this Territory la that I)r. Cofer will
lellro from his place ns President of
the Hoaid of Ilenlth. Or. Sinclair
was spoken to In regard to the mat
ter this morning nnd, nlthough lie
stated that he knew nothing definite
nbout the decision of the Attoinoy
General, his attitude was to tho ef
fect that Dr. Cofer as well as himself
and other Federal ofllclals, would
coon bo pan with Territorial work.
Dr. Cofer has been In consultation
with Governor Frcar n great parf ol
RAILROAD KILLS SIX
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. July 2. Six
passengers were killed today and
nnny injured in a collision of the
"California limited" train on the
Missouri Pacific road.
BLACK HAND EXPLOSION
PITTSBURG, Pa., July 2. Four
people were injured today in two
houses wrecked by dynamite. The
explosions are believed to be the
work of Black Hand revengers.
YUZOVKA, Russia, July 2. An
cr.ulosion today in the Rikovsky mine
killed one hundred workmen.
AND HOTEL STREETS.
May Drop Quietly
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JULY 2. 1908
RETIRE FROM HEALTH BOARD
Array Of Festivities
i Thursdaj, July lt Arrhal and re
ception of fleet.. At 7:30 o'clock p. in.,
I Friday, July 17 llastlull games by
j tho Fleet and Honolulu teams on
League giounds. In tho afternoon,
football games and Wild West show.
At 8 o'clock p. in., grand ball nt Monnu
land Seaside hotels.
Saturday, July IS Call day, fair and
iluau. !J a. iu exclusion on thu O. It.
& U Co. cars to Pearl Harbor. Wn-
hlaun, 7Gc fare round dip. At 1 p. in.,
Held sports. At 7 p. m., dinner for the
Hoot and local newspapermen "tit Com
Sunday, July 109 a. m , excursion
to Pearl Harbor, etc. P. St., baseball
games on League grounds. 3 p. m.,
Sunday sacred baud concert.
Monday, July 20 9 a. m., boat races
nnd ucquatlc sports ami excursion to
Penrl Hurbor, etc. 8.15 p. m., "Thu
Mascot" at Opera House.
.Tuesday, July 21 9 n. in., excursion
to Penrl Harbor. In the afternoon,
football games on Longnu grounds. At
3 p. m., polo at Kaplolani Park. At
i'.'M p. in., ball at tho Young. Hawaiian
nnd Munua hotuls and tug-of.wur icon
test. 3Vcdriesdny, July 22 Championship
baseball games. 3 p. in. polo, ut Ka
plolani park. At 7:30 p. in., fireworks
display, boxing nnd wrestling' qon
tests. "Tho Mascot" nt the Opern
The ubovo is tho present status of
the official licet program as outlined
nt tho meeting of thu Fleet Kxecutho
Commltteo this afternoon.
Tho reports of various committees
were locelved. Atkinson, chairman of
thu Spoils Committee, wus not pres
ent nnd no luport was received fiom
him. Wcedon of tho Commltteo at
Large lecomincndcd thut tho Wilder
& Co. building bo decorated. The
Hackfeld & Co. building will also bo
decoiatcd, It was btaled.
Two hundred flout cards were ord
ered printed lit tho request of tlio In
formation Commltteo. They will bo
distributed to those needing them. All
thu events and Information about tho
fleet will bo printed on tho official
fleet program, Thu comfort stations
aro being rushed nloii'j to completion.
Tlio secretary was Instructed to ns
ccitalu fiom tho Kntcrtnlnment Com
mittee how many hall tickets hnd been
sold up to the present. This was ne
cessitated by tho nbsenco of F. L.
Wuldron, cliaiimau of the Fleet En
Thero being no other business pre
sented tho meeting adjourned.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 1.
SUGAR: BEETS, 88 analysis, Us
ll-2d. Paritv, 4.35 cents. Previous
quotation, lis 3-4d.
WANT ANYTHING TO EAT,
HERE'S WHERE YOU'LL
GET THE VERY BEST.
A. Y. CAFE
The new Accident Policy of the
Standard Insurance Company pays
$5.00 for each $1,000 of the prinoipal
sum for medical' attendance where
the injury does not result in either
disability or death, but dee's require
Insure through the
823 FORT ST., Honolulu
Big Store of the Future
C. C. HOT'S
ON M TIEKETS
Wiilnkc.t, 24th June, 100S
V L. Wnldron', Ksq,
Dear Sir: Yours to hand and
noted, with 25 tickets enclosed.
1 do not bellaye liny one cares
: to huyVtickets for tliu ball In
Honolulu to be given to the of-
fleers of tho Fleet,
Hverythlng has been done to '
keep the Fleet In Honolulu, mid
us fur as i understand the peo
ple hero nro not Inclined to sub
scribe toward an) thing In thut
C. V. KHNNIIDY.
This Is the lottcr received by
tho Fleet Entertainment Com
mittee In response to the letter
sent ,out with tickets fur tho
BATCHELLOR IS DEAD
PARIS. France. July 2. Judge
Batchellor of the International Trib
unal of Egypt it dead.
OF DAVID'S WILL
Will Be Filed In Court
Tho will of tho lato 1'ilnco David
Kuwuiiannkoa will bo filed for probate
either this afternoon or tomoriow
morning by John F. Colburn, who Is
named by tho deceased ns tho cxecut
or, Colburn, when seen this forenoon,
stated that hu had thu will In his safu,
and that he hud been named as ex
ecutor, but ho could not say exactly
at what tltno hu 'would file It, us this
depended on tho time In which cci
talu preliminary arrangements, which
woro In thu hands of Attorney C. W.
Ashfoid, could hu completed. '
Ashfoul stated that tho will was
icady for filing Immediately after tho
death of tho Prlnco, but that certain
questions hud aileuii between tho ex
ecutor and oilier parties concerned,
which had somewhat delayed tho filing
ot tho document.
Tho letter from C. C. Kennedy of
Wulakoa, Hawaii, turning down the
request of tho Fleet Entertainment
Commltteo, that ho soil ball tickets
In Hlln was rend at thu meeting of the
commlttoo this morning.
Knill lierndt, tho secretary, stated
after the meeting that tho Intention
of tho Kntcrtnlnment Commltteo in
bending tho tickets to Kennedy was to
sell them to thoso who may want to
get them before coming down horo to
seo the Fleet. It wns not Intended to
bell them It thu purchasers did not
care to como dmwi. Whilo tho mem
hers present saAcd their sarcastic re
marks until nftor tho meeting, It was
evident that they wcro not pleased
with tho nttltudo taken by Kennedy.
MBT- BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Our next Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7.
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. King St. Pbone 15.
is the Bulletin Advertising
WILL LUCCA GET
laukea Declines But High
Tho question as to whether Joe
Lucca Is to hu granted n hackdrlvor's
license has been referred to tho At
torney General. Lucca applied to
Sheriff laukea for Iho ccrtlllcates nt
tost In to his coiuputeiicy ns u driver
end ns to the good condition ot his
horse and hack; which nio necessary
before ho could get a license from the
Treasurer. The Sheriff refused to Is
sue such certificates, stating that ho
bard his refusal on moral grounds.
Attornoy K, C. Peters, who repre
rents Lucca, told him that hu had
nothing to do with Lucca's murals, but
Only with his competency as a dilvor,
but still laukea refused to Issue the
license. Peters then went to High
Sheriff Henry, who Issued (ho certif
icates. The matter was then taken
to Treasurer Campbell, who wns asked
for n license, hut hu appeared to hao
some doubt about thu case and re-
furred It to tho Attorney General.
THE AFONG CASE
IS NEAR1NG END
In tho Afong case, Mr. Burns, linn
band ot Mrs. Bessie it. Durns, bus
been on the wltncsR stand -tho wholo
of tho morning. His testimony was
practically tho samo as that ut tho
foimer witnesses In tho main itolnts,
although his testimony differed with
thu deposition ot Mr. Dunne, who was
at that time Mrs, Julia Afung's attor
noy, and ha practically called Dunne
a liar several times. Ho testified that
he and his wlfo arrhed here on July
iSth, 1907, and that they wcro rushod
into a meeting of thu family when
the compromlso matter wns brought
tip without even being Informed be
forehand what the purposo of thu
meeting was. Mr, Hums was called
by Frank Thnnmsotf nnd was cross-
examined by Judgo perry. The cross
examination will probably cpntlnuo
this afternoon. Mrs. Uessto It. Durns
will probably bo tho noxt witness
called by tho plaintiff. Tho case is
ncaring an end now.
Judge Dulo's Court:
Court called ut 10 a. m , but noth
Judgo Lindsay's Court:
Afong Case, continued..
Judge Itoblnson's Court:
John Mmks case: continued.
Judge Do Dolt's Court:
Territory v. .Manuel Cruz; contin
ued. Americans' In Moxlco am stirred up
ocr a pamphlet written by Manuel
Mnlegro urging that tho bodies of
American sohl'urs burled In Mexican
boil bo oxhiimo.t and sent across tho
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Itopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
Store of Today
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 2 The Government his issued a call
on the national banks for $45,000,000. of leserve d nt sits to be payable
on the 15th. This call has been anticipated on ncocr.t of the funds
needed by the Government to meet the Treasury tle'.ci'.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July
Democratic convention, accompanied
DENVER. 'Colo., July 2. The
Johnson of Minnesota for President
accept second place on the ticket.
CINCINNATI. Ohio, July 2. llu-
rat Halstead, 'the famous journalist,
Hulstead was born at Ilosa, .Ohio,
mmm Siowl tau
20 Per Cent, e
United States District Attorney bnbly be done further by tho Ornuil
Ilreckons has conclusive evidence that Jury save to rccommpnd that citizen
tho City Mill Company was iccolv-labor ho employed Iti every Instance
Ing 20 per cont. of tho salaries of where It wiuT possible o or alien,
nlleim emplocd In tho construction So far as tho contracts nro cou
nt tho Leprosy Station on Moloknl Inscrneil, Ilreckons btatea that nothing
tho Bhnpo of a number ot (ontructHwill be done. Tho Grand Jury will
In which Chinese laborors glvo tholrrccominend that citizen labor bo cm
pernor of nttornoy ton local Clilnefoplojed In bucIi work In thu futuro so
lawyer nnd authorize him to pay tnfar as practicable, but will probably
tho City Mill Company 20 per cent. go no further Into the matter. Tho
of tho salaries, contracts which Ilreckons has, In
While before tho Grand Jury yes-w hlcli, tho Chinese laborers sign nwny
torday Constructor Pc.iso admitted 20 per cent, of their earnings, will ho'
that Chinese lnhmcrs' wcro cmployodheld back for the tlmo holng. nnd
In the work, hut Btatoit In nnswor tonolhtng will be done. According to
cortnln questions that citizen laborUnltcd States Attornoy Ilreckons, tho
ot the samo quality would bo taken men havo tho right to sign away this
In prcferonco to alien. Ilreckons said share of their earnings If they so do
thls morning thnt nothing would pro-3lre.
Our long-delayed shinment of the well-known "Broad
walk Barefoot Sandals" have arrived.
We now have them in all sizes, both in Black and Tan.
Prices from ?l.25 to $2.50
Manufacturers' Shoe Gompanv. Lid,.
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable. House." TEL. 282.
You need a change change of air
and chnitge of scene. The BULLE
TIN VACATION PLAN is good for a
round-trip ticket and expense money
anywhere a traveler may choose to go
Ask the Business Office
for a Booklet.
PRICE 5 CENTS
2. The CcWorma delegates to the
by the Hawaiian-., left today for
S SECOND PL&CF.
leaders of ths movement to nominate
announce positively that he will not
Sept 2, U29. Joined tho staff of tho
Cincinnati Conunercl.il March $,
1S53. and later hnucbt nu Interest
untl wn a. leader In the noWRpaj'riv.-iJ!J
work of tho city. He wns nominated
by Piesldcnt Il.trilsou ns Mlnlstor to"
'(ennnii) but his confirmation was
defeated on m count of ai tides ho
had written on the purchase of seats
In the U S. Senate. Ho edited tho
Hriuittlvn Stntulnl-,1 Pnlnn lTn wntit
m n, ii,iiii..iine ,trii,L." i, n.v.n.
I ibh-Amei U-nn war, stopping mer nt
I Honolulu no is mo uiunor ot scv-
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