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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLtJLU, T. II., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1908.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.,' LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
BaiJy every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Parrlngton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
np J Editorial Rooms,
m l Business
THE DECLARATION OF
llnvo you ever reail tho Ucclnra
tlon of Independence?
Too largo ii' share of our citizens
cannot remember having seen the
tlocumcnt, and too many who have
heard It rend, listened with a deaf car
because It was mi old story.
It Is good rending, mid contnlns
splendid Instruction for the Ameri
can citizen of today, and, since Ho
nolulu Is to have a particularly quiet
Fourth of .luly, we commend tho pe
rusal of the Declaration, reprinted In
this Issue, during the quiet hours of
Tho country has got over tho habit
of calling Great llrltaln nnmes, al
though tho record of history proves
that the people of tho thirteen colo
nics had timplo cause for all they
said and did.
The principal educational value of
this work of our forefathers Is to re
mind our people of tho principles thnt
gave them the greatest Nation of the
world and set nn cxamplo in human
liberties whose commanding power
has been felt In every country on
Tho duty of the present day Is to
lteep the Nation true to the early
ideals for which the courageous men
of '7C fought, Ve have problems of
Let Hllo take notice,
That tho people of Honolulu arc
(.ending a largo delegation to Hllo to
help the Crescent City celebrate the
What's more, Honolulu will send
other delegations to Hllo as frequent
ly as the opportunity offers, whether
the citizens of our sister town think
nice things nnd say nasty things of
Honolulu or not.
Honolulu believes In building up a
community spirit among the peoplo
,of all the titles and towns of nil tho
Honolulu' example Is a good one
COWARDLY AND DISGRACEFUL.
The unwarranted assault on n re
porter of this paper by Captain Car
ter of tho Naval Station Is, so far a
we know, tho only disgraceful Incl
dent that has marred the history of
the Station or tho record of officers,
and gentlemen, who have hitherto oc
cupied tho position which Carter now j
Captain Carter has always been
treated with courtesy nnd considera
tion by the representatives of this
paper. He has not been misrepresen
ted nor have his shortcomings been
dwelt upon, as might easily have been
Tho Incident for which ho attack
ed u particularly gentlemanly report
er was tho plain statement of tho
mrhs which tho tug lioquols mado of
assisting tho cruiser St. I.ouls In
leaving tho hurhor. Carter appar
ently felt thnt ho could soothe his
chagrin by taking It out of tho re
porter. Ills attack was cowardly and dis
graceful. To attack a man who Is
going the i minds of his duty as u
. news-gallicicr Is about ns "low
dawn" n performance aa u man can
Indulgo In these days. Tho fact that
Captain Carter has put himself ou
this level speaks for Itself.
DR. CODER'S RESIGNATION.
The test of Dr. Cofer's authority
to act us President of tho Doard of
Health whllo serving tho Federal
Oovornment is not necessarily Ill-ud-vlscd,
although thero Is no reason to
bollcto that tho people bilnglng the
mutter to an Issue arc prompted by
pattlcularly high motives.
If Dr. Cofer In his dual capacity
'does not satisfy nil tho legal de
hiunds, thoie Is but one thing to do
', resign. And this he has done, pon
ding tho dctormlnnllmi of nil tho le
Neither Dr. Cofor nor tho Tcirlto
rlal authorities can afford to Indulgo
in makeshifts or doubtful methods
rer Sll Moulin a Ro
Per Yer, ri)vhereliiUS I.oo
Pei Year, mi) u lure in CatmJa... I. Bo
Per Year postii.'ild, forclgi 3.oo
- ' 185
Office, - 256
Entered at tlie rostoflicc at Honolulu
at iccond-claii matter.
v. JULY 3, 1908
because they believe the law as ll
stands docs not (It tho present Muni
tion. The people are entirely satisfied
with I)r Cofer as the President of tho
Hoard of Health, but wo know of no
one who would force the continuance
of the dual capacities It thcru Is tho
slightest flaw In the titlo to tho Ter
Lot the lawyers tight it out. Jloan
while. If there nro people who have
axes to grind, ami brought this ac
tion with selfish motives, wo doubt
that they will get much satisfaction
out of the result.
BIG WIND ISSUE
A trust deed has been filed with
Registrar Mcrrlam between the Ka
uai Hallway Company and Cecil
Ilrown nnd L. Tenncy Peck to pro
vldo for nn Issue of bonds nmountlng
to 1150,000, to cover tho develop
ment work of tho company.
First .Methodist Episcopal Church
David V. Crane, pastor. Sunday
school, 0:43 n. m Morning worship
nt 11 o'clock; the Row David Russel,
evangelist from South Africa, will
preach, subject. 'Tho Message of tho
Cross," Epnortlt League, C:30 p. in.
i:enltiK services at 7:30. subject.
"Joseph a Typo of Tho Christ." Prof.
Lewis will prcsldo nt the organ nnd
lead tho chorus choir. Mrs. Mnckall
will Blng. "Lead Kindly Light," as nr
ranged by Sheppard, In tho morning
service. All nro cordially muted to
worship with us.
Rev. David Russell will preach In
the .Methodist church Sunday morning
nt 11 o'clock.
FOR a few days only we will offer
a house and lot at Kapahulu for
800. Size of lot 11,000 sq. ft. Two
bedroom cottage. Former asking
RATES ARE LOW.
Kinpr Street $22.50
Keeaunioku Street $40.00
Emma Street $50.00
Kalakaua Avenue $25,00
Scretania Street $35.00
Berctania Street $40.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Makiki Street $27.50
Fcnsacola Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Matlock Avenue . . . . $22.50
Lunalilo Street $16.00
Nuuanu Avenue $25:00
Pawaa Lane $25.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
Pensacola Street $35.00
MAKIKI STREET. Two bedroom
cottatre and lot 53 x 134. . .$2500.
Corner Foit and Merchant Streets,
Sjwfr. 1jmk (UM
CONSECRATION JULY 19
The consecration of the part of tho
St. Andrews' Cathedral structure
which has leccntly been built, will
tnko placo on July 19 nt 11 a. in. un
der tho direction of lllshop Rcstnr
Ick. The dato was chosen as It Is ex
pected that nt this time a number of.
the clergymen nnd others on tho oth
er Islands who nrc Interested In the
church might be In tho city to see
the Fleet festivities.
LINK M'CANDLESS WAS NOT
(Continued from Paje 1)
that ho had no authority to mnkn a
temporary appointment. Ho also stat
ed that tho question as to whether u
Federal otuclnl could hold a Territor
ial position would be gono Into thor
oughly, and n decision probably be
Attorney General Hemenwny cnrrlcd
out tho statement of tho Governor by
sajlng thnt ho would go Into tho mat
ter deeply and hand In nn opinion. II
has developed that a great number of
public officials would bo brought with
in tho Jurisdiction of tho case If a de
cision faorlng Humphreys' side of tho
caso would bo handed down. Kven
Secretary of tho Territory Mott-Smlth
holds n Federal position on tho
Archives Doard. Governor Frear, It
Is stated, could not bo brought Into
the case, his ox-oftlclo offices being In
private zoards, tho Queen's Hospital,
"My appointment ns president of
tho Hoard of Health will bo only a
temporary one," said M. P. Robinson
this forenoon. "I expect to hold tho
oinco only about six weeks, or for suf
ficient time In which to get advices
from Washington as to tho point
which has been raised."
"Will you draw n salary?" Mr. Rob
Ins.in was asked.
"Thero Is n salary provided for tho
position," ho answered, "and I will
havo to draw It, it appears, In order to
mako the appointment valid.
WhereDo You Spend
REDUCED RATES FOR THE
SUMMER AT the VOLCANO HOUSE.
For three months, beginning June
30th, a special ticket will be Issued,
covering a stay of nine days at tho
Volcano Houso, and transportation to
and from that resort, per S. S. "MAU
To tho business man or woman,
looking for rest nnd recreation, the
Volcano In its present lntonso activ
ity, the many points of Intcr.st in Its
neighborhood, and tho cool, Invigor
ating atmosphere of tho mountain at
that nltltudo (4200 ft.), together
with tho comforts of a first-class hos
telry such as the Volcano House, of
fer unusual attractions as a placo t
Bpend tho summer vacation.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
We Now Carry
This is an especially good
number for large, well-built
CHAMBER GETS OUT
Will Give Synopsis Of
Our Industries And
Piesldcnt Morgan nnd Secretary
Wood of tho Chamber of Commerce
are nt present engaged In getting
ready tho annual report of tho Cham
ber, which will bo something entire
ly unique. Not only will n new de
parture bo mado by having tho docu
ment printed, but the scopo thereof
will ho greatly enlarged. Tho work
done by tho Chamber during tho past
ear will bo handled, nnd the report
will go Into other matters of Interest
to mainland business men, such ns
tho stnndlng of local industries,
trnnsportntlon facilities, lands, etc.
This Is dono with n view of giving
reliable Information to tho business
men on tho mnnlnnd, as It is planned
to distribute copies of tho report to
every Chamber of Commerce in tho
Whllo tho matters pertaining to
tho Chamber will bo written by the
officers of that organization, tho oth
er features of tho report, which will
bo devoted to subjects chosen from
nil tho Islands of tho group, will ho
placed In tho hands of men who nrc
authorities each on the subject which
ho has been asked to dwell upon. The
report will thus become nn authori
tative document from which tho peo
plo on tho mainland can learn from
tho best of sources tho stage reached
by Hawaii in commcrco and Industry.
A splendid houso greeted Richard
Huhlcr and tho Lumlcy company last
night at tho Orphcum. Tho w ostein
comedy-drama "Tho Virginian," was
tho bill, which Is as full of comedy
as an orango is full of Juice, ll Is u
refined melodrama, besides giving ex
traordinary opportunities for tho ills
play of certain character types of tho
west and for striking effects in stag
ing. Tho Lumlcy company, which
produced tho piece for tho first tlmo
last night, has taken udvantago of all
these opportunities and tho result wat
most satisfactory, success being
stamped all over It. Not every mem
ber of tho cast Is given wldo oppor
tunities, but those who nro have made
good uso of them.
Under tho stago direction of Rich
ard lluhler tho company last night
ugaln gavo' evidence of what may bo
dono with two bills a week, by a stock
organization of tho highest grade. In
fact it Is difficult nt times to Judge.
of the work of this cxcollcnt company
from a stock standpoint, so smooth
has been tho Initial productions of
each offering. Richard Rubier, In tho
title role, is n revelation compared
with his acting of all previous roles
thus far. Ha looked and nctcd as if
ho had Just stepped out of tho book,
so easy and natural was his effort.
Miss Virginia Thornton gavo n splen
did pcrlormnnco of Molly Wood, tho
fcchool marm, who is rescued from
diownlng by tho Virginian, and turns
him down at tho dance, and afterwards
becomes Mrs. Virginian. A splendid
pleco of character work was dono by
Miss Harriet Jocclyn. Tom Lowell
did cry clover character work
thronchntit. nnd the enmedv of the
trio nf cowboys was clover and amus
ing. Tho etoro of Leo I.lnbard bhowed
tho actor to bo perfectly at homo In
Etich roles. All the members of tho
company covorcd themsohes with
glory. Tho dressing of tho play was
most plcturcsquo and the ladlcu wore
some protty gowns, miss urnniion
wns ontored for a cowgirl specialty
and mado n hit Tho scenery was alt
now and beautiful and docs tho artists,
Marshall untl ClomoiiB, credit. Tho
samo bill tonight, tomorrow malluco
nnd night. "Tho Virginian" Ib tho
best offering of tho season.
IF YOUR WATCH
f nrtainlv needs renairine.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
Our Watchmakers Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will I
bring your watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
These PAJAMAS never rip or fear.
They always feel comfortable because
they're cool and light.
We have them in Flannel, Madras,
Cotton, and Cheviot.
BIO STOCK FINE
M. M'lnemy, Ltd.. Fort and
DOWN IN COURT
Mrs. llossle R. Rums, who Is
principal In tho Afong cumi,
this morning completely broko
down on tho witness Btand after
being subjected to bovcro cross-
examination, and tho .caso was there
fore continued until 2 oclock this nr
ternoon. Sho has been on tho stand
since lato yesterday afternoon, tho
hard part coming this morning, when
Bho wns forced to testify directly
against hor mother.
This morning she told tho wnoio
story regarding her part In tho caso
slnco the tlmo sho landed hero with
her husband on July 15th last. Sho
told how it was tacitly understood all
tho time, oven at tho tlmo that sho
signed away all her right to tho prop
erty along with tho others, that her
mother would Keep her promiso to
her to either give her n homo or glvo
her money. Mrs. Durns was an excel
lent witness, telling her story clearly
and graphically, sometimes rising
from her sent.nnd crying aloud, to glvo
emphasis to tho things sho was stat
ing. On cross-examination by Judgo Per
ry, she stated that outsldo of one lit
tlo matter, sho had not discussed tho
case with her husband In any phase
or at any tlmo slnco their arrival on
July IS up until soma tlmo In August.
Perry mntlo a point or tnis, attempting
to twist tho witness by asking her In
numerable questions hinging around
tho samo point. Later on ho led her
on, nnd finally nor nerves gavo away,
and sho broko down completely.
Judgo Lindsay thereupon continued
tho caso until this afternoon.
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400 Copies On Sale.
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get a Mexican pink flowering vine.
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They are built to cut down the
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The EDDY is built throughout for
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