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VOL. X. NO. 4063
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. JULTY 27. 1908-8 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
FREAR'S RIGHT TO INVESTIGATE
RULERS OF FRANCE SAND RUSSIA CONF
Governor's Right To
, May Be Questioned
Whether Clovornor Pronr, In lits
JilTlclal capacity, really hint tho
light to oider an Investigation of llio
chunk's against JuJgo A. N. Kepoikai
without being bo requested by tho
President In n question that has been
considerably discussed thh morning.
It has even been Bald that the Gov
ernor was not tho proper official be
loro whom the charges should be lull,
on account of tho (act that Kepoikai
Is nppolnted nnd removed by the Pres
ident ot (he United S(atcs, nnd, whllo
the (lovernor In looked to uiuloubledl
by tho Prebldetit for tho running o
the Territory, ho N said fibt to bo tho
direct representative of the President,
but cf tho Beoietiry of the Interior.
Th la being true. It would teem that
tho matter of n charge against n man
appointed by tho Piesldcnt would
come under tho Jurisdiction of tho De
partment cf Justice, of which United
Btatis District Attorney Ilrcckcns Is
the local head. Tho Organic Act reads
ns.fol.ows regarding thu appointment
null removal of circuit Judges:
"ppolntmont.-remoal, tenure and
salaries of o'flsers. Sec. 80. That thu
Piestdent shall nominate and, by and
with the advice and consent of thu
Senate, nppolnt the Chief Justice and
Justices of tho Hupromo Court, the
Judgec of the Circuit Courts, who shall
hold their olfices for the teim of four
Sears, unless sooner removed by the
This practically does away with the
tory to tho effect that Kepoikai would
bo Impeached If the charges aro prov
en. The Congress of tho United
States, however, of course could tako
the matter up.
Coventor Proir stated this morning
lliat ho wns merely Investigating thu
Kepoikai case ns a matter which, bo
lus biought to his attention, Involved
to come degree tho conduct of tho af
fairs of tho Territory, Hrcckons and
Prcar aro both Federal omclals, but It
is claimed that thu Governor has not
(he light, ns Governor, to order nn In
vestliutlon, although he, as well as
any other private citizen, might bring
charges nnd request that they he in
vestigated. This investigation, how
ever, It Is claimed, -eIiouUI bo made by
tho Department of Justice.
FOR HAWAIIAN HOTEL
Seven Per Cent.Mortgage
Loan Was Filed
Tha Hawaiian Hotel, Ltd., has been
moltgngcd for the sum of $30,000,
tho mortgage being filed with the
Registrar of Public Conveyances to
day. It Is between the Hawaiian Ho
tel, Ltd., nnd Samuel M. Damon anil
Allen W. T. Ilottomley, doing busi
ness under the name ot lllshop ft Co.,
and the loan Is made on a promissory
I note, payable one sear after date,
with Interest payable quarterly at 7
i per cent.
I Alexander Young nnd W. II, Ilalrd,
treasurer, signed me document ior
the Hotel Company. A detailed list
of all the goods, chattels, and belong
ings of the Hawaiian Hotel aro given
RECORDS ON TAX 'SLATE CHOSEN BY
APPEAL ARE FILED
Legislature's Bad Faith lane, Lor.g, Jarrelt and
In tho mortgage, as well ns the prop
erty nnd everything connected with
the place. The company reserves the
light to take up the mortgage before
It falls due. If so desired.
Published in Two
The Aichlves Board met this morn
ing, their entire tltiio and attention be
ing taken up In discussions 'of u bat
ter manner In which to have the rec
ords of thu Privy Council published.
These have been considerably mixed
up, bomo of (he meetings being record
ed In Hawaiian alone, other In Eng
lish, while snmo liavo both languages.
It was decided that (ho records
thould bo printed, tho English preced
ing ttnd tho Hawaiian following, In
contecutlvo array, so that all tho
pages would be full. Other than tho
question of how tho volumes thould
lo bound and what kind of typo should
bo used, thero was nothing else of Im
portance done at tho meeting.
Conies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing:, three cents,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
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MANY NAVAL SHIPS
Milwaukee Sails Tuesday
But Mure Are Due
On next Sunday the liatbor v.i:i be
lice fiom nil naval vessels with the
Lxceptlon of tho Iroquois for tho first
time In many weeks. Tho Milwaukee
leaves for tho Coast on tho second,
and tho Arethusn will preccdo the
iruUcr, Hallln-; on tho 30th, Thursday
Tho harbor is (o liao a number of
naval vessels during (ho summer, how
ever, ns (ho cruisers Tcnncssco and
Wellington are coming down no tho
St. Louis and the Milwaukee liavo
done, from Dremcrton, according to
mall advices from San Pranclsco, to
bo hero early In August, ahead of the
Pacific Plcct, which will keep things
busy In tho fall. Besides, tho Wyo
ming is expected down ubout tho first
All this means that Honolulu will
liavo n suftlclcncy of naval vessols and
Jacklcs for tho rest of tho summer and
Tho Cralgvar Is busy unloading coal
at thu naval wharf, and should bo pan
In n few days.
The "Pclc" huiomoblle heater. U
the latent necessity of the automobile
market to bear a name from Hawaii.
This new heater is tho invention ot
Fred. J. Cross, tho man who made
wireless for HavvTill and who Is now
located in Chicago. Mr, Cioss re
ports (hat ho finds a good demand for
his Invention, which is of course a
valuable automobile comfort In the
cold North and East.
.Asldo fiom this, Mr. Cross is con
nected with a tobacco company that
handles Importations ami operates
Records on appeals In case of tho
Makce Sugar Company versus the tax
assessor .of Kauai were filed this ar
ternoou In, tho Supreme Court. Tho
plantation returns named the value of
tho properly" to be $050,180 00, but this
was Increased tojfl.Ou'U.OVO by thu as
sessor, The Tax Apienl Court reduced
(ho assessment $100,000.
The record nn appeal ot the Kauat
Fruit and 1-and Company was filed
this afternoon also. Tho assessed val
uation by Par ey, the Tax Assessor,
was $23,000, of which amount $5,274
was deducted ns exempt leaving the
ical value to bo ussessed as $17,633.
Tho company 'claimed a total exemp
tion, und this wns sustained on tho
ground (hat tho Legislature showed
bad faith In making I lie law of 1907,
and that as a result. It cannot go into
effect until tho next taxation period,
mat or I'JU'J.
MXANDLESS WILL '
CLAIM ALL CREDIT
Will ..Show Vie Fathered
The Summer suits that we are displaying are the
handsomest you have ever seen. Some pf the most exclusive
patterns are made up into these suits, and the making of
the suits themselves is done by the Alfred Benjamin Co,
of New York.
Then there are suits of plain blue and black.
All these suits are made in the latest styles, in single
and double-breasted models, and thev are really a very
Call and see them any time you are down town,
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
RICHARD N. MQSSMAN
DIED THIS MORNING
Ttlchard N, Mossman, well known
along tho waterfront, died this morn
ing of heart failure. Ho wnj employed
by C. Drawer & Company, tallying
sugar for many yoars.
Recently, Mr. Mossman has boon in
111 health and It was thought ho would
not llvo long. His funeral will take
plnco from his homo on Punchbowl
(his afternoon at 4 o'clock, the Inter
ment being In Nuuanu cemetery. Mr.
Mosaman, who Is a brothcr-ln-liw to
James II. Iloyd, leaves a large family
to mourn him.
DREIER WILL HEARING
In the matter of tho estate ot Au
gust Drelcr, deceased, for the filing
for probate of his will, M. C. Prosser
appeared for Mrs. Drelcr and son Erall
and asked that the hearing be con
tinned for ono week. It was no or
dered by tho Court.
If Link McCandlcsa runs an the
Democratic candidate for Delegate to
Congress, as now seems extremely
probable, he Intends to take the cred
it for the deepening ot the Honolulu
harbor and for the building of the
breakwater ut llllo, by showing that
ho was the man who started the ball
rolling in this matter, even though
Kuhlo was the Delegate when tho
appropriations for these works wero
passed ,by Congress.
McCandlcss this morning made tho
announcement that In case he ran he
would us6 this as campaign material.
To prove his point, he referred to tho
Journal of tho Senate In the 1903 ses
sion, which showed that he hud fath
ered a Joint resolution calling for the
deepening of the Honolulu -harbor
and calling attention to1" tho need for
a breakwater m llllo, which resolu
tion was duty passed, signed by S. II.
Dole, who wns then Governor, nnd
was Anally laid before Congress.
"At that time Kuhlo was not even
Delegate to Congress," said McCnnd
lees. "Wilcox was Delegate at the
time this resolution was passed, ho, as
a matter of fact, tho credit for these
Improvements does not belong to him,
but' In a greater moasu'ro to me, who
wns tho originator of the whole af
Others Are The
Tho new Hawaiian political organ
isation, known ns tho "Hawaiian
Bona' Voters' Association" hns now
made out Its slate, which Is quite in
teresting to those who are lying low
for the time being.
The association, which Is practi
cally u second Sunday school class, so
prominently mentioned in the last
campaign, has been working quietly
for 'some time. The organizers are no
new hands In politics. Many of thm
have been and arc sltll active politi
cal workers. It Is said that their aim
-Is to dofcat Achl und his crowd, and
to bring John C. Lane to tho front,
line and Pemnndcz both deny
knowing an) tiling about the organi
zation. The organizers are prominent Re
publicans and Democrats, or, rather,
(Continued on Page 3)
MISS CHUBB SWAMPED
IN WAIKIKI WAVES
Qeo." A. Gonsnlves ot Honolulu and.
Miss Annie Chubb of VflcSvMeTCimf.,
were out canoe riding yesterday morn
ing, nnd after being out for awhile a
wave caught the side ot the canvas
canoo and all were swamped. Mr.
GonsalVes being nblo to swim, man
aged to get Miss Chubb from under
.the canoe, wbero bIio wns somehow
pinned. Kenneth Drown, happening
I to sec whnt took place, went out in
Mils canoo and picked up Miss Chubb,
i while Mr. Gonsalves righted tho cap-
sited canoe, nnd brought it back. Miss
lAnnlo nnd Miss Siiblo Chubb left for
.home by the Siberia last evening.
Fallieres and Czar"
Confer At leil
REVAL, Russia, July 27. President Fallicm of Trance nnd Czar
Nicholas met here today and exchanged visits on board the Standurt and
Vcritc. A strong naval fleet is asscnblcd.
c B f;
Will Dine Tom
QUEBEC, Canada, July 27. Tie Pnacc of Wales and Vue Presi
dent Fairbanks will dine tomonow a the Governor General' tastle.
BAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 2'. Ihe trial of Chang, the Korean
who murdered D. W. Stevens, hns be n nost oncd until August 17.
bishop TRUST TO
Honda in tho sum of $110,000 were
filed this morning by tho nisliop
Trubt Co., Ltd., when they woro ap
pointed tho ancillary administrators
of tho estate of Mary D. Hall,
This amount Is practically the to
tal value of tho estate, which is mads
up to a great extent of shares in local
concerns. Following nro the best
known: 430 shares In E. O. Hall &
Bon; 336 shares In C. Ilrcwer & Co.;
C shares In tlio Hawaiian Electric
Co,; 84 shnres In (ho Mutual Tele
phone Co.; 33 shnres in (ho Pnla
Plantation Co.; and 1G8 shnres in tho
Inter-Inland Steam Navigation Co.
W1TT.EMSTAT1 Pnraotin 11 VI Tnlv 97 Wlnl.t... n...... -
Netherlands, who was expelled by Pnsident Castro, has arrived hers. He
has been ordewd to The Hague. Gellcrland vill be .sent to Venezuela to
protect the Dutch interests, now in charge of the German Minister.
AMERICANS WON IN TJEELJN .
BERLIN, Germany, July 27. In the international games held here
today Lightbody of Chicago won the 1500- and 800-metre races. May
W ...U.V.0 nv.. ..... 4wu-iii.ni ,RVb,
TYPHOON AT HONGKONG
HONGKONG, China, July 27. A typhoon is taping here and a num
ber of people have been drowned. Ships have been driven ashore.
Just consider this: can you afford
to lose your source of income t
Can your family afford to lose you t
If not, you can't afford to risk life
But you CAN afford to protect
them through Insurance.
The cost is small; see us about it.
023 FORT ST.. Honolulu
SAN PhANClSCcY. Julv 27 Sunup!
88 analysis beet, IDs. 6d. Parity 4.21
cent. 'Previous quotation IDs. ed.
Evening Bulletin 756 per month.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
For a means of de
livering parcels in
S.S. LURLINE, JULY 28
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
The best thing; yet in the Ice Cream
Line You'll find it at the
Soda Fountain of the
Drug Co., Ltd.
FLEET. NEAR EQUATOR,
Prom Information gotten by wireless nt Harbor's Point, n an- -f
t- poars that tomorrow will bo a big day for tho PIcet. Tho .Mliine-
sotn Is expected to overtake (ho armada tomorrow afternoon wi(h -t-
mall from (ho Coast, representing nn accumulation of nbout a week
And Jack, rolling In (ho doldrums, or perhaps on tho line, will read
nows from homo, which has been delivered to him manj miles
from any port, out on the blue, blue ocenn.
Last night nt 8 o'clock, tho Pleet vvus In Inlltu.lo S degrees. Si -f
f minutes itorlh and longltudo Ifil degrees, 13 inlnutoi west, nr 101S
f mljes from Honolulu, Tho work i.f Harbor's Point station In catch-
lpgithc ethcrgrams Is notoworthy, avd shows tho Increasing emel- -f-
onci- of the vvlrelcss service.
Details Indicate that tho men on tho ships nro finding tho Bnmo -f
wcnlhcr which makes tho regions of tho Hue tho terror of mariners
f In Hailing vessels. Tho ships were yesterday In tho doldrums, with
(hp sun very hot, nnd occasional tquulls of rain, all ot It very nn-
f Appropriate ceremonies bnvo been planned for tho (lino when -
(ho lino shall bo ciossed, according to Immemorial custom.
t :fT tT Ht mfH li fiI
A. Y. CAFE
A model worn by men of the par
ticular class which patronises high
No. 658 Price, $6.50
Manufacturers' Shoe C0oSitd.
1051 Fort Street Telephone 282