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MONDAY JUNE 28, 1000
Every duty wc omit obscures some
truth wc should have known. Rus
kin. Work befoio Wages can bo con-
Should tho Mnjor have an aulo
mobile? If tho'sorviuo of tho people
can bo iirumutctl, jes. If not, no.
plica to every driver of an automo
bile who sends It recklessly through
n city street, well knowing that ho
Is taking chances and placing In
jeopardy tho llfo of any person who
may como unexpectedly In his path.
"Tho nutomobllo has como to
stay," Raid tho Judge. "Properly
used, H Is a Mimro of healthful rec
reation. It Is un Important factor
In business. It affords remunerative
employment to many.
"Hut It Is clear that Its uso Is
fraught with tho gravest danger to
tho people. Therefore, all drivers
ii lid ovvucis of these machines must
lin nvtffilnr.il finrnfitl If nctf 1ntannMt
Honolulu should send out n special ..... npl.iicenie wm ...blcct them to
call for "Sunny Jim" Sherman, tho Bcvcro ,.naltlos. They must not seek
Vice I'lcslilcnt of tho United States, .,,,,. .., 11I.,Kllrr. r rnnvenlnnrn
Land Commissioner I'ratt as tho
IiihI act of his official career could
well afford In gIVc tho people tho lat
est correspondenco In tho Katun
Fort street . . 2 bedrooms
Queen street 3 bedrooms
Lunalilo street 2 bedrooms
Kaili avenue .2 bedrooms,.
Middle street 3 bedrooms..
Elm street .3 bedrooms..
Union street . 3 bedrooms. .
Kapahulu . .4 bedrooms. .
Spencer street .2 bedrooms..
Lunalilo street .3 bedrooms..
Younp; street .4 bedrooms..
College Hills .2 bedrooms..
Diamond Head 4 bedrooms. .
.3 bedrooms. .$30.00
2 bedrooms. . 35.00
, 4 bedrooms.. 35.00
. 2 bedrooms. . 40.00
, 4 bedrooms.. 55.00
..3 bedrooms.. GO.OO
. .3 bedrooms. . GO.OO
The Alexander Young
will be COOLER and
more inviting than
to lead the Congressional
it Is again appropriate to call at
tention to the fuel that while New
Ymk and the Bust swelters In bll3
ti'ilng, deadly heat, the , fortunalo
people of Hawaii keep cool al tho
According to tho lively words that
huvo been exchanged on toll Moor of
tho United States Senato between
Scnntois Aldilth and Hcverldge,
there Is evcty prospect of n new na
tional paity being formed. Who
nu tell but l'resident Taft saw It
loming when he culled Democrats to
Trent Trust Co., Ltd .
' This is tho tlmo when diplomatic
i icpicscntntlvcs occupy their vncn-
tlon periods with conferences with
. the officials at headquarters If
thi'io Is ImpoiUnt work on hand.
, 4. Tho icturn of Ambassadors Taka
'', lilrh rind O'llrlcn to improvo the
opportunity of tho summer season
undoubtedly means that Important
liegotlutlous uro under way regard
ing tho open door in tho Orient.
There inn be no posslblo connection
between theso conferences and tho
l ciciit Interesting events In Hawaii.
Our little domestic scrlmmago is
laigi'ly n matter of differences
itmong Japanese icsldcnts. The ma-
J.Jorlty of thorn want to work nnd n
Jew are bunded together to prevent
them, by fair means or foul, from
doing so. In lev of the probability
of liupoitant work on hand In Tokio
nnd Washington, it is moro than
.likely that tho local agitators sprung
- Ihotr scheme at u most Inopportune
moment If the) weio at nil dlsposeii
to scivc the country to which they
THE NEW TREASURER.
I), l.lo'jd Conkllng, whom tho Gov-
c i nor has selected as Territorial
Treusuier, was for a number of cars
un efficient cmploo of tho Hullo-
-tin. It Is therefore Iiniiosslhlo for
" .the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 ii to concludo that ns
' 'J'urilloiial Ticasurcr Mr. Conkling
... 'iWill itn ntlior than make good.
The appointment Is n complete
This paper believes tho community
j had icnsou to expect tho selection of
I Mr. i'ratt, whoso cxpcrlenco and
' veiy geueial endorsement mudo hlin
I ii logical caudidato for tho position
l In enuseiitionco of tho offlco of Land
Commissioner being eliminated on
,' the IllKt of J lll.
nt the risk of tho public."
It was after tho motion for n new
trial had been denied that Iho Judge,
addressed remarks that should sink
Into tho soul of persons who como
under tho head of automobllo scorch
ers: "It Is the paramount duly of tho
Stato to protect the lives of our peo
"No hew or obscuro law has been
Invoked In this instance. Tho stat
ute dcllning murder In the first de
gree is very old. It provides ns fol
lows: 'The killing of n human ho-
' . unless It Is excusable or justlft-
ii .ic, Is murder In tho first degree,
when committed: Ily an act Immi
nently dangeious to others, and
c Inclng n depraved mind, regard
less of human life, nlthough without
n premeditated design to effect the
death of tiny Individual.'
"It was urpod by Otir counsel that
ou did not Intend to kill your vic
tim. Hut It Is an elementary legal
rulo that a man's Intent may be in
ferred from his acts.
"When joti took our seat' In that
car, you were free to drive carefully
"You chose to go at n most reck
less puce. And jou know that you
bore a message of death for tho un-
I fortunate In jour path.
ou knew Hint nil the people nan
nt'lcaBt an cqiifil right to our streets
"You caicd more for jour own
pleasure than fur tho life of airj
"You hud the power to csnsc and
j on elected to do that which destroj
eel an Innocent life.
"If nuy motive swajed tho Jury
other than n sense of duty it was not
a deslio for revenge, hut rnthcr n
spirit of men j. Indeed, I am
convinced that If jou had been n
ikli man, or a dissuluto man, the
verdict would huvo been murder.
Tho legal pioof ol murder was, overwhelming.''
tug a satlsfactoi) substitute for a
Held which barely pays lllng expen
ses, tnailo It doubtful whether I could
go when the tlmo arrived, so last
month, In order not to stand In tho
way of nnothcr appointment. 1 wrote
tho President and the Secioturj of
Slate, asking them to rele.iso mo from
Also, I stated that I should be pleas
ed to havo Dr. Clegg, of Munllamado
a special representative In my place.
So far as representing llio Tenllory
Is concerned. Dr. Currio could act ns
n delegate from Hawaii, nnd would do
bo probably nt no expense; to the Ten I
torj If commissioned by the (lovcrnor.
Or If, ns jou say, money to pay tho
expenses of n special Hawaiian dele
gate Is available from tho Contingent
fund nt tho Governor's disHisnl, Micro
arc several physicians In Honolulu
who might be charged with Iho busl
iicss, nil of them better qualified by
training nnd experience than I am to
assume this Important nnd honorable
K. H. (1001)1 1 UK, Jl. I).
"The Shanty," Holiulo.i, Hawaii, June
URING your absence
from the Islands we
are prepared to
manage your estate
nnd look after your interests
here. You will find it great
ly to your advantage to place
the management of your af
fairs with a capable and re
citlrcus of Honolulu. The Admiral's
baud will piny during tho night
Atiothi'i li.ino.Mcl on hoard tho flag
ship Witt lie given next Wednesday
night bj Admiral IJIihl, In honor of
Consul General Uj'cno and prominent
local Jupanlsn merchants.
Next Thursday morning. Admiral
IJIchl's ships will leave for Japan.
Thej will piocced to Hakodate1, a sea
port In the northern part of Japan, on
the island of Hokkaido. After a shmt
stnj tlicic, thej will crulso around the
other Inland ports, toriiilnntlng their
cruise at tho Yokosiiku Naval dock,
I SOCIAL NOTES
Ti.n liiiiriii Wnikiki rcKiilenj'n of selves Mglit refreshments wero
Mr William (1 liwln was en fete I'M- scived during Hie evening, nnd whan
t.n finnliie. the oceiislon being u ball the Inst elnnro wns flnlslieil encore
alvui In liono.- of his sIstiiiMndaw', Mrs. ! were given for Mr. and Mrs Herein,
lllchard Hers The grounds were nnd tnnny wishes of long unci nappy
brilliantly Illuminated by ImnilifMs of lives offered them.
Uctrlc lights enclosed In Chinese lan
terns, entile ptlttlliR out the soft racl
liinrn of the moon, which condescend
eil to ppi i down iikiii the nnlmateil
sim'Iic Tin- grounds extend to the
in nnd Micro were llltle tele n ti'le
nats for iMiiifliH-ntlal rouidis plated
about the waves of tho Pacific lapplhH
he shore making a gunllo accompli
nlinent to the murmur of the voices.
Mr lllchanl IvorB received the guesls
it the diMir and Mrs. lllchard hers ns-
stalul Mr Irwin In grectltiH all com
ers She looked handsome In n whlu
niiil sliver tullu nnd was an udnilrnblo
hostess. Mrs. Ivcrs flr . was most
distinguished, her bcnutlful tollelle of
on the tnnat tbn guests being comfort
udiulml. Tlie citliilet c'ub wns on tiie
Innnl and a buffet near thorn seemed
most popular throughout the evening
Tall palms uild many Unworn lent
llienmelvpc urlistlcnlty to the deeornt
Mrs Mnr Rhlpmnti. who Is n guest
of Mrs Lorrln Thurston of Hatc-n
lrel hni l-en extensive! ent'M-
inlnecl during her visit here. !'' has
hosts or f i lends who nro lni; wi'h
each othi r In the number of tin u a
tertalnniuiis, mid on Mcmchi Mrs
Clmrhs I. inns gave an olalKiitti fu-ie
Mull for her and Mrs. McSfic i 'v -.
the licirt-s or a lunchecin III hr honoi
.Mrs l.orrln Thurston's "lit hoini m.
Prldajr w.is an unusually chartiun . '
fall, the iiirsi-or honor. Mrs. Sliipimn
being hiiiiilsouu'lv drussud In a lie
Isoii rint-on The house woi till' I
with (towtrs and lli lltt'e tal'l n
the 1'iiial vvm .ur.oundt alt H "
A wl luncheon wa clvon iv Mr
Chnrfra Cbllliiigwarlh on Wrflin -.Lithe
ili'ror.'ilons of the Itrxuilou I
Ivurclicma and Mil' supper was served ,,!! d,i,c ,t.ng In crimson c
on tho nlmil, the guests being comfort
nlilv seated ul little tallies. This was
a plearniit Inlerluile nud many heiilths
wero drunk In I'liutupagiK', which
Mowed tike water Mrs Irwin wus not
roiRotten, but uflru spoken of, her
gracious presence and charming pel
sonalltj being much missed. After
i upper the dancing c-outluueil until u
lute hour, tin ham dance being n isni-
On arrival there, ring I.b 'cii.iiitiii.ir number Aidiuig those niescnt
Shlinoniur.i of Admiral IJIclils staff.
will prolublj leave Hie ship for'.a short
and sec us as to
n-cie Admiral IJtrhl of tho Japanese
eriilsers, uccotnpililed hj Cnptnln Sato
mid Captain Oshl I'rlncess Knvvani
nnkon, Major ami Mrs Dunning. II S
A., Governor mid Mis 1'reur. former
Governor and Mrs. Carter, Mr and
Mrs i:. Molt Smith. Ilrllldi Consul unci
The Daughters of Haw ill will hold -Mrs. "alph horstor, .Mr. and .Mrs ion
an Interesting ceiimony at the Pall '"' ''ock. air aim .Mrs. s. u. glutei
this alterniiu when thej will unveil aj J,r "l"1 Mrs c- ""llay. Mr and
tablet iiU-ecl In the cliff to mark tin- Mri'- (icrrlt Wilder. Mrs. f M Hatch
i,ui,,i.. .,,t .ii. n ,.r...,i i.in.. nMr imd Mrs Junior Wllclwr. Mi nnd
Kami lnineha was rouglil T m-m-.M,H n'nfl, Wilder. !r mil Mis
hers vvl.l lo present In birg- numbers. l'l,1i,lMr and Jlw Geoigo HaMes. Mr.
nil ,.rl., III.. l..ll.m I..I I..r .1 i""1 Mrit A ' '" " Ml UIIll Mrs
Minis nud maidenhair ferns artlstn i !.
oiintrusilng The guests Ineluitod I un
cess Kawiiuouakon, Mrs. Helen V
iiiiii. Mrs. fitralemever, Mrs. Amu i i
Schmidt. Mr- l.ovj-. Miss 31. M n
Mi unit Mrs Whltfhouso g"i '"
olnbornto dinner in tholr Nuiinini v '
ley rcslilonee on Wcilncml ly ronln.
their guests lueliidtiiK Princess K i
naiiakoa. Mr and Mis. H. Arong. M.
Captain Shlpp. V. S. A . Captain
Scales. CupUln Chupiiuin and l.h'U
Ponies expect soon to go away to , i
ticlpnto in the army competition
A Ilttto daughter eame to the V il
ter Maefarlanes on Wednemlaj . tlio
HELENE WINS YACHT '
RACE BY FIVE SECONDS.
emblem of Hawaii If the weather
priiml"eH well, there will unilonhliMllj
he ipilte en attend nice of k.imaaluas
from the Iivjvii.
J) BULLETIN ADS PAY -EJ
(Dr. i:. S. Goodhtio evidently
thought tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n referred to
ills going to the Norway conference.
The Dr. Goodhue nt tho Settlement1
wns tho one to whom attention wns
drawn. It Isn't so much a matter of
personality as It Is of representation.
Dr. Currio Is all right, but being in'
Ilia unKi.ln.. ., I 1. I-...I ...... 1 fl .......... I
went, he mny be ordered to another Admifal RQU6St6(l Thai
I'uo. .... .,,IJ .1IIIV tlit:iu ill U ,1 fltllll-
bcr of phjslclans pcrmnncntly es
tablished In the Territory nnd mak
ing a special study of leprosy who
ought to be present at the confer
ence, nnd If nny of them can afford
NO SUNDAY SALUTE
Honor Be Omitted
tho expense the community ought to
see that they go. Tho problem Is
l the biggest Havvnll has, bar none
jHdltor 11 ii I lot in )
AUTO SCORCHING AND
Too iiiiii li publicity cannot ho giv
en Hie iciuaiks of Judge Miiliitieeu
rif Now York City when sending Wil
liam Dai nub to seven jcars In
.Slates Prison for running down nnd
killing a thlrleeu-yenr-ohl boy In tho
bticets of Now York City.
Dai inch was Indicted for nruiiler
In the Hint degree lind lifter a 'long
tilnl the jurj brought In a verdict
of iiiaiuluugliler In the tlist degice.
The account of tho trial published in
the Now York papers Indicated that
the man was going so rust through
tho street Hint he had no coutiol
over his machine. Tho hoy killed
DR. GOODHUE WRITES
Editor P. veiling Bulletin: In
jour Issue of Juno Hilh, hist, I notice a
refeicnco to tho possibility of Micro
not being a Toriltorial lepresentatlvo
at tho Herein Conference on Leprosy,
owing to tho failure of our ICglalatuiu
to uppropiiato tho necessary money,
and mention Is mudo of Dr. Currlo'n
appointment, as lepresentatlvo of tho
U. S. Government. There Is no connec
Hon whntover between Irr Currlo's
iippolntmcnt and my own. Ho goes to
111! tho place mudo vacant by Iho reslg.
nation of Dr. llrlukerhoff, anil Is Mo-
tailed by Iho Public Health and Mar
ino Hospital Service.
Dr. Wlso of Washington, goes to
represent tho U S. Nuvy, and I was
appointed ns n thlid delegate by tho
Piesldent lo represent tho U. H., as n
sort of "freo lance," with orders to
take up special mutters hefoiu tho
l"o i' Mils pui'isisii I hold n special
Commission which Is now In my hands
Issued by tho Depnitmenl of State.
Upon my acceptance, ami with tho
imileistuiidlng that I should bear nil
own uxpenses, Gov ei nor I'rear kluill)
askud mo to rupii'sont Hiiwall, to
which I agreed, so Mint Hie I. eglHl.it me
ajz vsi: u
(ut or ic!Mct to Sunday. Ad'n'ial
IJlclil. coiiimandltig tho Jupinesu train
Ing niuadrop. jesterduy declined Mm
ulllclal salute us he was leaving tin
cruiser St Louis .
Admlrul IJiclil, iircoiupanlcd by Cup
tain Sato or the flagship tiojii, mid
Captain Uhll or tho Aso, and l'lug
l.leiilenaul Slilinoniura, jesterdaj re
turned Hie call of Captain Albeit
Gli.ivcs, on board the St. Louis, When
ho wns about to leave tho cabin of
Captain Gleuv s, Admiral Ijjchl asked
Iho captain lo wulvo tho oflldarbiiluto
to he filed in Ills honor.
Plug Lieutenant Shlmuuium, of Ad
miral IJIchl's staff, said Mils moilillig
Mint tho Admiral declined tho honor
because of Sunday.
Adnilial IJIchl's cruisers, which weio
open for Inspection jesterday after
noon, will be tabu again Tho public
We are instructed to offer for sale, wilt not bo permitted to visit Mm ships
for a limited period, a desirable resi- nn nunc, in view of the Hirungomcnts
dence in the Mnkiki District. This, which they uro making fm tholr lioine
property is large, mote than half an w aid-bound jouniej. next Thursday
acre, well planted in trees and, Those who have intimite rrlemis on
shrubs; the hou:: commodious and.ho.ud the two ciuiscis, however, will
modern. The owner desires to ho allowed to cull mi them dining the
leave the country and has given us staj of the ships in port
In Handy Pins
Wc have an immense stock
of Qold Handy Fins, in plain
gold, enameled and set with
The cheapness of the prices
will surprise you.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Clifford Kimball. Mr. and Mrs Clar
i'iipo Cobko. Mr. and Mrs. A .ludd, Mrs
lliiitwetl, Mr. nud Mrs. ltannoy Se-ott,
Mis. M. M Scott, Mi and Mrs J S
Walker, Judge and Mrs. Sldiie-) llallou,
Mr and .Mis Hi In it Shingle. Mr nnd
Mis Hiiiosi Itoss, In- and Mrs llobdj,
Dr. nud Mis LtiuglioriiiA Mr and Mrs
IMvvaid 'leiiuev. Mrs. Helen Nisinaii
Mr. and Mrs. H'iid I Dillingham, Mrs
Alexander (1. Ilivej lr.. Mtss Jessie
KMurnr.mil M Million Scott, Miss
lllrnej-. Miss C lira C.irpenter. Miss
Harriet Hatch, Miss Claire Kolly. .Miss
I'nlv, the Mlsret Wnlkor, Mr Lansing
Mlrner, Count do S. Caimvarro, Mr
IMward lledc niuii Mr. Harold ('antic.
Mr Whitney. AhsIsIiiiI Civil Kligiueoi
lluriell. V S. N, Mr A. U C. Atkin
son, Mr. l.otllo Se-ott, Mr. lllchard
Wrlubl Mr W. Ilotli. Chi. Scliijler.
Cnplaln Halglil. Ciiplulu lutein. IT. S
A , I nut Paidio, I' S A.. Lieut
Houston Dr Chiiles Cooiwr, Mr. It
One of tho most cujiijuhlo dames
of the season was held nt the Wiill.l-
l.l Inn on Thiirseluy evening, when
Mr. ami .Mrs. W. ('. llergln cclo
brateil the third anniversary of their
inurilagc. The bull room wns Just
nicely filled by Die dam its, of whom
Micro weni sumo twenty couples. The
decorations were very pretty nud
iiiusUteil of Hugs, ferns and pot
plants. The music was of the best
tut us the Hour was in excellent coir
III Inn the dreamy waltz and lively
iwo-uicp wero enjojeu 10 mo inmost.
Them wero some very pretty dresses
wen n by the ladies, and tho whole
scene wus an animated one. Mrs.
llergln proved to ho an Ideal hostess
The lletkley cup wns won by till!
llalene after a crj pretty racer
which took pine jestorday. The
Glad j s, us usual, made a hold hid for
victory, but could not quite get up
In time to win.
There were five stnitcis, viz, Hcl-i-no.
Chin lotto ('. Gladys, Kiiinehn
mehn. and lluwall I, and they Unfil
ed In that order The llclcii won
liy the narrow margin of live second
mid It appeared as If tho Gludya
should have been the first to crosii
i he line.
The live ynchls were clnso togotli-
ei at the start, and nil crossed tho
lino within u few seconds uf one illi
cit her. The run down to Diamond
Head wus made In rust time, and thu
jnchts presented a ry pretty Bight
lis they passed WnlMM. where n lot
ot people had congregated to watch
Tho Mulshing times wero ns fol
lows: Coi roctcit
Yncht Ildcp. 'I lino.
Holeno 55 lulus, S-.OOtUfi
Charlotte C 27 lnlns. -t:K.:0i:
Glndrs Hi mills. -1:1:1:111
rtuiiichnmclia ....scratch I : r 0 . 1 f
Hawaii I 56 tiilus
The schedule .for the Oalitt llasu
l'lill Lcnguc Is out and la a very at
ti.ietlve one There aie four teams
In the league, nud they lire as fol
lows: Asht II l P. A. O. Mulioek
Mid C. A. C. This sterling bunch of
pie eru should make u splash on tho
Tho School street husuball team
defeated the employes of tho Ni'O
nnd busied lientolMlio wholo evening Sing Conip.inj ji'sicnluj by u scoro
In helping peoplo to enjoy them- eif il to Is
a bargain price.
Felker premises Manoa Valley.
House and lot Lunahio Street.
Fort and Merchant Streets,
Adnilial IJlclil, Captains Hatn audi
Mill, and thu Admiral's staff, wi,l at I
tend a bimiuit to be given tonight ut'
Mm Commciclal Club
Tomorrow uuht, tho two Japanese
rrtilecis will be Illuminated In liouoi of i
I tu Ailttilinl'u lii lift llnl lit flitWiinriH
1'iear and other promiiiout olllclals and
3 Butter Famine Broken
1 Big new supply of the famous California Creamery
A Wireless Message
to your friends
Will be a pleasure
was playing "tug." After being was no! itskeil in nppinpiluto am
'Ptruek by tho machine ho won
d ranged nearly n block before tils
'lit Una ami mutilated body dropped
to I lie Briuilid.
Iiionoy for in) fa leu, tiiul. f.ii a I
am cnncomei, wai not n,oi.iu.l to
make any inch .appropriation
Uniunuii'ii ileiuuiids upon mj limited
Wljai Juilgt) MUIiiiccii wld up- vkclierjuci, and llig dlillculiy ut mjcur-
I WSft-TRUST CDMPAHY
I pM i ly isc5? ft:t."t !
THURSDAY, JULY 1ST,
Wc will begin a
.Clearance Sale !
Prices cut to piercs; see our win-
Just received on the LURLINE. The best
butter that comes to the Islands. The best
butter sold anywhere on earth.
Henry Hay fc Co., Ltd.,
rjione 22 ami 02.