EVENING nui-LKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., riUI)AY. JULY 3, 190S.
J THE DECLARATION
i OF INDEPENDENCE
4 cai cat N tai ( H mi kn n-j sii 4 M K4
v IN CONGRESS JULY 4, 1776.
" Tho unanimous declaration of the
thirteen United States of Amerlcu.
When In the course of human events,
It becomes necessary for one people
to' dissolve the political bands which
navo connected them with another,
and to assume among the powers of
the earth, the separate and equal Bta
tlon to which the Laws of Nature and
of Nature's God entitles them, a de
cent respect to the opinions of man
kind requires thnt they should de
clare the causes which Impel them to
tho separation. I
We hold these truths to bo self
evident, that nil men aro created
equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable
Rights, thnt among thoio aro Life, i
Liberty, and tho pursuit of Happi
ness. That to secure thcuo rights.
Governments aro instituted among
Men, deriving their just powers from
tho consent of the governed, that
whenever any rorm of Government
becomes destructive ot theso ends, It
Is the night of tho 1'coplo to niter or
to abolish It, and to Institute new
Government, laying Its foundation on
such principles and organizing Its
powers In such form, as to them
shall seem most likely to effect their
Safety and Happiness. Prudence, In-
deed, will dlctnto that Governments most barbarous ages, and totally un
long established should not be' worthy the Head of a civilized un
changed for light and transient caus-1 tlon, ,
cs: and accordingly nil experience Ho has constrained our fellow-Clt-
hath shewn that mankind aro moro
disposed to suffer, while evils are
sufferable, than to right Hipnirchci
by abolishing the forms to which r
thoy are accustomed. Hut when a
long train of ubuses nnd usurpations, j
pursuing invariabl) the same Object
evinces a design to luce them un
der absolute Despotism, It Is their
right, It Is their duty, to throw oft
Rliph flnvnrnni.nf nml In nmplilA ..
Quards for their future security. Such '
lias been tho patient sufferanco of in every stage of theso Oppressions,
these Colonies; and such Is now tho Wo havo Petitioned for Itcdrcs3 in
necessity which constrains them to tho most humblo terms: Our Hcpeat
alter their former Svstcms ot Govern- cd Petitions havo been answered only
incnt. The history of tho present j by repeated Injury. A Prince, whoso
King of Great llrltaln Is a history of! character is thus marked by every
repeated Injuries nnd usurpations, nil
having In direct object tho establish
ment ot an absoluto Tyranny over
these States. To Drove, this, let
-jnXCa befbmlttcd to a candid world,
He has refused his Assent to Laws,
the most wholcsomo and necessary
for the public good. ,
he has forblddon his Governors to
pass Laws of Immediate ana press
ing Importance, unless suspended In
thlr operation till his Assent should
be obtained; and when so suspended,
-ho has utterly neglected to attend to
He has refused to pass other Laws
for the accommodation ot largo dis
tricts of people, unless those people
would relinquish the right of Repre
sentation In tho Legislature, a right
Inestimable, to them nnd formldablo
to tyrants only.
"lie has called together legislative
bodies nt places unusual, uncomfort
able, and distant from tho depository
hir m.i.ii,. nnmr,i. fi.. t, pM,.
purpose of fatiguing them Into com
pliance with his measures.
He has dissolved Representative
Houses repeatedly, for opposing with
manly firmness his Invasions on tho
rights of the people
He has refused for a long time, af
ter such dissolutions, to cause, others
to be elected; whereby the Legisla
tive powers, Incapable of Annihila
tion, havo returned to tho 1'coplo at
largo for their exercise; tho Stato
remaining In tho meantime, exposed
to all the dangers ot Invasion from
without, and convulsions within.
He has endeavored to prevent tho
population ot these States; for Unit
purpose obstructing tho Laws for
Naturalization ot Foreigners; refus-
tjDB to pass others to encourage their
migrations hither, nnd raising tho
conditions ot now Appropriations of
, , Lands.
He has obstructed tho Admlnlstra-
t tlon ot Justice, by refusing his Assent
to Laws for establishing Judlclnry
He has made Judges dependent on
his Will alone, for the tcnuro of their
offlces, and tho amount and payment
ot their salaries.
He hns erected a multltudo of Now
Offlces, and sent hither swarms of
Officers to harass our people, and cat
out their substance
. ire has kept among us, In times ot
peace, Standing Armies without tho
Consent of our legislature.
He has affected to render tho Mili
tary Independent ot and superior to
the Civil power.
''He hns combined with othors to
Bubjoct us to a Jurisdiction foreign to
our Constitution, nnd unacknowledg
ed by our laws; giving his Assent to
their Acts ot pretended Legislation:
For quartering large bodies of
armed troops among us
w nrntnMlnir them, hv n mock
.l.l . n.ml.hmnnl fnr nnv Mnr.
:' ' ,, .',. .. .fc..,,i i
, dors which they should commit on
tho Inhabitants of these States:
. , For cutting off our Trade with all
..parts ot the world:
tci Cri ?d tra bj K4 tt-4 RJ irj irj tnj ;
Tor imposing Taxes on us without
Tor depriving us In many cases ot
the bcnctlts of Trial by jury:
Tor transporting us bevond Seas
to be tried for pretended offences:
l'nr abolishing the frco System of
English Laws In n neighboring Prov
ince, establishing therein an Arbi
trary government, nnd enlarging Its
lloundarlc bo as to render it nt once
an example and fit Instrument for In
troducing the same absolute lille In
to theso Colonics:
1'or taking away our Charters,
abolishing our most valuable Laws,
and altering fundamentally tho
fcVrms of our (!ocrnnionts;
Tor suspending our own Legtsla
(tiles, and declaring themselves In
vested with power to legislate, for us
In all cases whatsoever.
Ho has abdicated Government here
by declaring us out of his Protection
nnd waging War against us.
He has plundered our seas, ravag
ed our Coasts, burnt our towns, and
destroyed the lives of our people.
He Is nt this time transporting
l.uge Armies ot foreign Mercenaries
to complete the works ot death, des
olation and tvranuy, already begun
with circumstances of Cruelty nnd
perfidy scarcely paralleled in tho
Izcns taken captive, on tho high Seas
to bear Arms ngalnst their Countr),
to become the executioners of their
friends and Urcthrcn, or to fall them
selves by their Hands.
He has excited domestic insurrec
tions amongst us, and has endeavored
to bring on tho inhabitants of our
frontiers, the merciless Indian S.iv
nges, whoso known rulo ot wnrfaro Is
an undistinguished destruction of all
ages, bexes and conditions,
act which may define a Tyrant, is
unfit to bo tho ruler ot a frco people.
Nor havo Wo been wanting In at
tentions to our Ilrltlsh brethren. Wo
have warned them from time to timo
ot attempts by tholr legislature to ex
tend an unwarrantable juilsdlctlon
over us. Wo havo reminded them of
tho circumstances of our emigration
and settlement here. Wo havo ap
pealed to their nativo Justice and
magnanimity, and wo havo conjured
them by tho ties of our common kin
dred to disavow theso usurpations,
which would Inevitably Interrupt our
connections nnd correspondence.
They too havo been dent to tho voice
of Justice nnd of consanguinity. Wo
must, therefore, acquiesce in tho ne
cessity, which denounces our Separa
tion, nnd hold them, as we hold tho
rest ot mankind, Enemies In War, In
We, Therefore, tho Representatives
of tho United States ot America, In
General Congress, Assembled, appeal
lllxr til titn KlItifAltwi llttliM f !-. ainxl.t
iie vv itiu tjui'tiuiu JUUhU "l llJ uiiu
for tho rcctltudo of our intentions, do,
in tho Name, and by authority of the
good Peoplo ot theso Colonics, solemn
ly publish and declare, That those
United Colonics arc, and of Right
ought to bo free and Independent
States; that they aro Absolved from
all Allegiance to tho Ilrltlsh Crown,
and thnt till political connection bo
tween them and tho Stato of Great
llrltaln, is and ought to bo totally dis
solved! and thnt as free and Independ
ent States, they havo full Power to
levy War, conclude Peico, contract Al
liances, estnbllFh Commerce nnd to
do all other Acts nnd Things which
Independent States may of right du
And for tho support of this Declara
tion, with a firm rcllanco on tho pro
tection of Divine Prnvicionco, Wo mu
tually plulga to each other our Lives.
our Foi tunes, nnd our sacred Honor.
(Tho foregoing declaration wus. by
order of Congiess, cngiosbcd, and
signed by tho following membors:)
Now Hampshire Joslah nartlctt,
Wm. Whipple, Matthew Thornton.
Massachusetts Hay Sam!. Adams,
John Adams, Robt. Treat Palno, El-
Rliodo Island, etc. Step. Hopkins,
Connecticut Roger Sherman,
Sam-ol Huntington, Wm. Williams,
Now York Wm. Floyd, Phil. Liv
ingston, Frans, Lowls, 1-mvls Moirls.
Now Jorsoy Rtchd. Stockton, Jno.
Wltlierspoon, Fras. Hopkln&on, John
Hart, Abra. Clark.
Poimsylvanla-rHobt. Morris, nenja
mln Rush, Ilenja. Franklin, John Mor
ton, Geo. Clymcr. Jns. Smith, Goo.
Taylor, James Wilson, Geo. Ross.
Delaware Caesar Rodney, Geo.
Read, Thco. M'Kcnn.
Maryland Samuel Chaso, Wm. Pa-
ca, TIiob. Stono, Charles Carroll ot
Virginia Gcorgo Wythe, Richard
Henry Leo, Th, Jefferson, Ilenja. Har
rison, Thoa, Nelson, Jr., Francis Light
foot Leo, Carter Drnzton.
North Cniollna Wm. Hoopor, Jos-
Cph HoWOS, John Pcntl
South Carolina Edward Rutlodgo,
T)l08 ( TliQraag
jlm.( Artlmr Mmuleton,
Georgia Button Qwlnnott, Lman
Hall, Geo. Walton.
This Is the night of tho largo' pro
gram at the Midway Theater, where
Fourth District tug-of-wnismcn pull
against the United Slates marines.
Tngs-of-war have not frequented Ho
nolulu too generously of past scars
nnd there is bli.up Interest in the big
pull this evening between tho men
of the Kourth and the Bca-soldlcrs.
The stage of the Midway Theater
will bear up under a number of at
tractive events, arranged nt consid
erable pains and cost for the delight
of tho hundreds expected nt the Ha
waiian Midway this evening. Music
galore, comedy sketches, musical
sketches, special performances by In-
stiumentul artists, and the eloquence
of tho monologulst will contribute
to the Jolly fun.
Tho Midway may be entered from
Richards street or from Alnkea street
Listen for tho band nnd watch for
the red, while, and blue electric
lights, nnd follow tin- ciowd, and
vou will be ushered Into the llvcst
section of the ilty tonight for a good
Tomorrow nflcinoon and evening,
July Fourth, there will be similar at
tractions In tho Midway Theater,
with changes of program. Tomorrow
evening tho tug-of-wnr will bo "be
tween tho rittli District team and
On Tuesday next patrons ot the
Opera House nrc piomlscd n musical
feast In Madame Arral's famous ex
cerpts from "Mlgnon." Theso com
prise tho plalntlvo romance "Connnls
to lo Pays" (Goethe's "Kens du das
Laud"), In English, "Knowcst Thou
That Dear Land," tho Swallow Song
Contntabllc, concluding with tho fa
mous Folacca Song ns only Illnncho
Arral can sing it. This last Item,
according to exchanges, simply lift
ed tho nudlenccs off their feet It
Australia. Even In Java, where, the
peoplo havo nil tho phlegm usually
associated with the Teutonic races,
tho nudlencc roso en masso and cheer
cd the petite songstress to tho echo.
Not only docs Airal sing her roles
but Bho Imbues into them such n liv
ing, breathing essenco ot llfo that
ono Is compelled to feel tho heart ot
tho song Itself.
Demonstrations mado nt Now York
showed that tho noiseless gun Invented
by Hiram Percy Maxim Is n success,
bullets penetrating the target r!
Inches without tho spectators being
uvvnru tho gun had been fired.
A petition signed by tho muvor and
fifty citizens of Pachlno, Italy, asking
Governor Buchtcl of Colorado to hold
m Investigation Into tho sanity of
Gluseppo Alia, condemned to death for
murdering Father Leo. hns been re
ceived by Daron Outnvo Tostl, 'Italian
consul at Denver, Col.
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