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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER II. 1908-8 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
VOL. X. NO. 4103
DR. GOFER MAY BE HEALTH PRESIDENT
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BIDS CALLED FOR PEARL HARBOR STRONGHOLD
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Dr. Gofer May Hold
His Two Positions
News that will probably mom tho reinstatement of Dr. L. E.
Cofcr as President of the Territorial Hoard ot Health was this
morning received by Governor I-Ycar. Acting Secretary of the
Interior Jesso E. Wilson hns written stating emphatically that
It Is nil right for a Federal! official to hold a Territorial position,
or, In his own words, for the same officer to hold two positions.
In this matter, which was submitted to Washington some time
ngi), Mr. Wilson states that particularly In tho enso of Dr. Cofcr Is
It nil right for n Federal official to hold another position. When
asked whethor or not ho would reappoint Cofcr, Onvcrnor Krcar
slated that he had not yet got that far, ho having received tho
news only this morning. However, his attitude In the mntter ap
peared to be favorable to Cofcr. ,
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Shooting Boys Return
Fi om Splendid Trip
"It wnB a glorious trip. Wq had a
grand time, and we will suroly re
-member It as long ns we live. Every
one seemed to try to outdo his neigh- stead of eighteenth, had they held up
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itnr in snowini? ua u kww iiiuc, uIw..u u.......v.. .... ..-.. ,
there wasn't u moment of our time
'thut wo had to dpa'ie or to ourselves.
TIicbo were tho first words that
Wllllum Chllllngworth, Deputy Unit
pd 8tntcs Marshal, and a member organization In tho East, and states so
. i, in,, imini nf ilio Nntlniinl flnaid cmiiliutlcally. The result o( 1 the
nf Hawnll which competed and mndolshoot Justified nil his hopes and eX'
such n splendid showing nt Camp ,
i.rrv nhln. hnil to offer this morn-.
lug, when asked what tho most vivid
Impressions of his trip were. And he
seemed to volc'o tho sentiments of all
the boys of Hawaii nel. the boys
who went up ngalnst tho crack rifle
Uiots of the United States, and who
inrried off tho laurels from twenty
four States and Territories of tho
Union In tho competition.
friic shooters nro all looking well,
notwithstanding tho tiresome journey
which they have Just finished, nnd
tho most of them are back at their
respective work again. Thcro Is one
peculiarity about theso youngsters
from the youngest Territory of tho
United States (though some of them
lire veterans In the work), and that
is they are not satisfied with tho
illuming thoy made. They ail seem
to feel that they could have, done a
great deal better, but, on some ac
count, they fell down a trifle.
However, they had every last team
In tho bunch tip nnd going when it
came to long-dlstnnco and. rapld-flr
I BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS
MOTHERS have been calling for them
' for several weeks and we are now
ready to supply the demand.
Made of fine blue serges in the natty
Norfolk styles with pleats and belts.
The most becoming suits young boys can
Prices $7.50 and $8.50
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Ing work, and. from their statement
they would have been close around
second or third on tho first day. In-
average for the same class of rhpot-
lug. ' . . ,
Colonel Jones is tickled greatly
with the work ot thoboys'of'hls'br
pectnttons,,, and. to tall .the truth,
Probably exceeded them,
Snapshotted. dozens of times a day,
tho Hawaiian boys were niado heroes
cf hy tho people and the newspapers,
And, Indeed, they had good reason
to, for tho lads from tho Paradise of
tho Pacific carried oft all kinds of
medals tor their Individual shooting,
Sergeant Barry, however, showed
that his work In the National Qunr4
counts. When, tho , trnln which
carried the boys across tho States ar
rived at Green Itlver Junction, Ne
vada, It was stopped by a tralnwreck
ahead. Tho engineer and fireman ot
tho wrecked train had both been se
riously hurt, and there was no doctor
to bo found, ifarry, who had had ex
perience In the regular Army In tho
Hospital Corps, volunteered to do
what ho could. Ho went forward
and bandaged the wounds of the in
jured ones, and In so doing probably
saved their lives.
When tho division superintendent,
of tho railroad heard about It, ho tin
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f iiDii P(aMii
AND HOTEL STREETS.
DAN LOGAN RUNS
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Mahelona Denies Report
Of Job Promised
Daniel Logan, the city editor of tho
Star, Is the latest constellation to ap
pear on the K)lltlcal Armament. Ho
has decided to mako a run for Super
visor and has taken a new method In
npproachlng tho subject by sending a
circular letter to nil tho delegates to
the Republican county convention, as
Honolulu. September 10, 1908.
To Mr. .i Kcpubllcan Dolegato
of ,.-.... Precinct District
to County and District Conven
Dear Sir: With tho approval of
many rotors of tho First Precinct
Fourth District,'! respectfully submit
myBelf ns a candldato for Supervisor
of tho City and County of Honolulu.
I havo been a resident ot Honolulu
for twenty-four years, havo been all
my llfo familiar with public affairs,
and am a property-holder In my own
precinct. First of Fourth, from which
I am a delegate to the County Conven
tion. If nomlnntcd and elected I Bhall
use tho office of Supervisor only for
tho good of all the people of tho mu
nicipality to the best ot my ability and
Your support and vote In caucus
nnd convention Is respectfully asked.
Enclosed please find postcard for ac
knowledgment of this note.
I.ogan Is tho oldest newspaperman
In .'ho !s)nni'.ij anil U Vuov;i as tho
Nestor, sometimes, Irreverently as tho
nest egg, of tho local press. He has
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Light House Engineer To
Take Hand In Fight
Major McKinstry, In charge of tho
12th lighthouse district, of which Ha
waii Is a part, is due to arrive from
tho Coast tomorrow by the transport
11 u ford. Soma of his 'assistants cam.
in on 'the Alameda this morning.
Major McKinstry will pureue ',hls
regular work here,"ln connection with
lighthouse Inspection, but he will' nj
o colnto tho matter of. the dispute
over harbor dredging, In which the
contractors have locked horns with
the United States Engineers' office
It was understood sorne time ago
that the matter had been put up. In
come form, to Major McKinstry, as It
naturally comes under his Jurisdic
tion. The next chapter of this trouble
may be looked for as soon as he Is on
tho ground. In the meanwhile, the
dredging Is In progress. ,
A Will is
It prevents waste' when
an estate it being settled
up. The smaller the es
tate the leu it' can afford
waste. , ,.
We make wills in proper
legal form without charge,
no matter how little prop
erty you have. Come and
learn the particulars.
tain and try one of his concoo- ISUT & CHOiR L , JM
1 ' i n rw i tions. The onlv exnert in Our Messenger Boys Always on Time. mmmmmmm.9M.MJ&&4 ; m
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"Kuhlo stands are-hlgh In Wash
ington. Everyone respects him,
listens to h,lm,' and believes what ho
says. He Istlio best man that Hit-
wall posslblyjcould send back there
as Its representative, for he has nl -
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moruy nwuui ne uus 8ljm fotlr m(mthg ag0 trnveled
IUI11UIIU..I iuj.7 mi., uo .. I-
speak. He haa done a vast good work
there, and hails In n position to go
ahead with It as no other man pos
sibly could. J:lc hns made friends,
he has worked hard, ho has accom
plished thine for this Territory,
and. It sent bid; once more as a del
egate, Hawatl'would be a great gain
er. I did not need to ask peoplo
there how h.'stood I could see It
for they cama.to mo and told mo. I
firmly belifyej without any prejudice
against anfjjfother candidate, that
Kuhlo Is thejonly man for Hawaii's
Delegate. ; J-amt Commissioner
At last! At last!
'Qovornor Frear this morning ro
eelved notice ot tho receipt of his let
ters regarding tho Kcpolkal matter
In a letter which came from Jesso U.
Wilson, Acting Secretary of tho In
terior. Tho letter was dated August
26th. It was feared that thu data
which tho Governor sent East regard
ing Judge Kepolkal's alleged Indis
cretions hnd been lost, or not received
there, but this doubt was all dispelled
this morning. Mr. Wilson stated that
tho, whole matter will be submitted to
Secretary Oarfield' Immediately upon
his return to Washington.
L. B. Kerr & Co.'havo accumulated
hundreds of remnants and odd lines
from their big salo of tho last threo
weeks'. Those are being got together
and will bo offered nt a sacriflco next
week. See their new Advertisement
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave your order with
Island fruit Co.;
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15,
Next Shipment, Sept. 16.
Alexander Young Cafe
BBSSSSSBtBk sVISSSSSSsWSSSSSsW 4
. WMB'mp-f 'iHisSD them. Our stock is the (rM
l J. H6DD & Co., vM J -fflfl largcst in Honolula m.
Export ' a4m v1 J l$wTtr-A an cmbraces every rx
Mixologist 185 8. KPTO STREET. "Z- JK 8tyIe R"d ,hape ihVt S
fells Japanese Children
To Be Loyal To
"Bo patient, be punctual and be
loyal to your country and Emperor."
With tho above remnrKs, Captain
Furuya of the Japanese training ship
how In nort. addressed tho liunlla of
tho Japanese school on Nuiinnu street
this morning. His remarks ttcro brier,
but they were Instmclhu and right to
"I am clad to bo hero today." com-
;, - .l ,1,., r.n(nl "Uri.ii I Infl
goo,i mauy tr-'les. This is tne
pluco where I havo found and mot a
group of Japanese children. 1 feel
more at home. 1 havo seen your class
work, which Is excellent. Your de
portment Is good, nnd It Is therefore
sn honor to your country and to the
Japanese domiciled In Hawaii. '
"Japan, though' small In size. Is one
of the powers of tho world. She has
never been defeated. It Is therefore
your duty to grow up and be loyal to
her. You, who aro receiving educa
tion hero,- should do )our part well.
Whatover you .do, ,do .It, punctually and
patiently. Tho words 'punctuality'
and ''patlenco' aro, short, but they are
very Important. They are tho begin
nlng of success."
It. Mnshtmo, principal ot the school,
(Continued on Pag 6)'
E. D. Fakey was arrested this fore
noon, on a charge ot using threatening
language. Ho Is.trlfcgfdbavifrjpip-
diiced n'ravor in tno uanzal saloon
nnd ti havo threatened to cut tho
throat'of a soldlerf darned Wm. Frost.
The nven wore drinking "at the time..
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Is Allowed To Expend
Balance On Current "
Tho College of Agriculture
Mechanic Arts will have almost four
teen thousand dollars more to spend
than was counted on. This has come
to pass through ' tho decision of the
Uureau ot (Education nt. Washington
that It may use the unexpended bal
ance for the year ending last June,
which It was thought by the trustees
would have to be returned to the
,, Tlils welcome news was contained
In a letter which was received this
morning by Treasurer C. II. Cooke
from Acting Commissioner Pierce,
Tho paragraph of tho letter which
refers to this matter, reads as fol
"With respect to the unexpended
balance ot $13,805.90 over and above
the liabilities for the period ending
Juno 30, 1908, I beg to say that said
balance should be retained In the
treasury ot the College of Agriculture
and Mechanic Arts ot Hawaii and
applied to the current exponses ot the
FURNITURE Kmhh nh.w.. J
CALL FOR BIDS ON
Sealed bids for dredging a channel from Pearl Harbor
to the sea were advertised for today in New York, San
Francisco, and Honolulu papers, bids to be publicly opened
in Washington on December 1st 1008, at 11 a. m. Author
izations came for these ads. from Washington, and they were
inserted in the public prints simultaneously in the different
parts of the country. The wcrk for the Naval dock there
has not yet been advertised for, as it is understood that the
United States Engineers are still figuring on a cross sec
tion, on which the contractors can found an estimate.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 2. cd tlie "key to the Pnclflc." Moro
Kvery effort Is being rtnnde by the than $3,000,00(1 will bo expended by
War Department to complete tho de- the Government Jtist In fortifying thu
fenses of Pearl Harbor and Honolulu position, which yields Itself leadlly
and make the Island of Oahu u second to defense much more so, for ln
Malta, which means that It ehnll bo hlancr, than San Francisco ami
Impregnable except to the moat club- upward of n million was npproprlatetl
orate and persistent plan of attack, by the last Congress under the mo3t
Pearl Harbor has1 often been term- (Continued on PegC 7)
Tafl and Bryan to Meet
.CHICAGO. 111.. Sent. 11. William J. Brvan. Democratic rnnclidAtA
for President, and Wm. H, Taft, Republican candidate for President,
will meet at a banquet to be held in this city Ootober 7, This is one
of the few instances of opposing Presidential candidates attending a.
function of this character daring the campaign.
LONDON. England, Sept. 11.
tioned the Home Minister to prohibit the carrying out of the imposing
Host procession by the Catholics on Sunday.
PARIS. France. Sept. 11. Kaiser
line and entered France today while
PARIS, France, Sept. 11. Oregon, who was charged with shooting
Dreyfus at the grave of Zola, has b:en acquitted. .
MARINE CORPS BEST SHOTS
SEAGIRT, N. J., Sept. 11. The Marine Corps has won the Dryden
trophy for proficiency in marksmanship. '
OUR FLEET ARRIVES AT ALBANY
ALBANY, Oueensland, Sept. 11. The American Battleship Fleet ar-'
rived here this (Saturday) morning.
m i mttm i m
SIXTY-THREE CASES OF CHOLERA "
ST. PETERSBURG, Russie,
cholera in the city,
An AU-Oahu baseball team has
Just been picked to play tho Moo-
hcaus on tho 19th and 20th. Tho
team Is as follows: Lyman, c; Ren-
ter, Joy, p: Fernnndoz, lb; Vnnnnt-
ta, 2b; nushncll. 3b; Jim Williams,
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The Protestants of London have peti
FRANCE BY AUTO
Wilhelra of Oermanv-erossed the
on an automobile tour, to view the
11. There are sixty-three cases of
ra; Olmos, H. llruns. If; Kn Sue,
of; Hampton, McKcnzle, rr.
Tllls ,eam wl" Practice Monday nf..
T0 Plinanon, nre , ooll form
nnd mo willing to play tho Moohcaua
when tho latter nro hero.
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