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ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says. Thai the following
is a truo and correct statement of cir
culation for tho neck ending Decern,
ber 28th, 1905, of the Dally and Week
ly Editions of the Evening Ilullotln;
I Circulation of Evening .Bulletin,
taturday, Dec. 23 ' . ... .2367
Monday, Dee. 25 ........ .No paper
Tuesday, Dec. 26 ,....2100
Wednesday, Dec. '27 2110
Thursday, Dec 28 .,..2136
Friday, Dec. 29 .".2167
rverage Dally circulation ......2150
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1905 2363
Number cf Weeklies dellveerd on
f the Island of Hawaii alone ....1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
t circulation 1 1510
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Subscribed and sworn to be
: tote mo this 30th day of Do
SEAL cembcr, A. D. 1905.
P. II UURNETTE.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
.MONDAY.. ,JAN. 1, 1900.
MANY OF THEM TO YOU '
A Very tlappy New Year to all man
kind. To our Friends becauso they are de
serving and true.
To our Enemies, because no man can
bo genuinely happy when opposing the
work fcV American Standards, recog
nition of Character, more perfect Jus
tice, and -tho night. ( ,
ll'ere's a New Yeas resolution- for
tho Improvement Club that cvory
party of serenaders shall be worth the
price It asks. '
REV. DB. JUNOAID
1 Tho announcement by Rev. W. M.
" KIncald that he contemplates return
ing to the mainland Is received with
. genuine regret by tho people of this
Territory Mr. Klnculd is u religious
leader of the typo that Hawaii needs.
lie lias preached religion, whether It
interfered, with tho dally business meth
od of allged religious men or not Ho
lias upheld n high stundurd hnd allowed
no person to Influence him into veneer
ing the (Jolden Rulo In order that an
uneasy conscien.o may havo moro
tAa a pastor and; a citizen Mr. Kin-
laid has been independent, tolerant,
'nympatbetlr', never evading tho'Hlgnt
ns he sees it. l
I- .Hawaii needs leaders and citizens of
this character. Sometimes it seem J
',1 that It needs them moro than any other
section of our country. It Is not for
others, however, to tell a man where
his duty lies, and tho situation In need
of a Man usually finds the person for
'the I occasion. (Mr J Klncald has ful-
1 filled, that qualification during his res
idence in these Islands,. His departure
will bo gratifying to the evil-minded
' alone. Honest citizens of Hawaii In
his church and out of it have for him
best wishes for happiness and signal
success In his every undertaking.
' STANDARDS FOR T0E NEW YEAR
Prof, A. E. Wlnshlp, tho educational
I leader, said In one of his recent ad
dresses that our country has been tak
, en up with the Era of Organization,
and the Era of Standards Is dawning,
Tho spirit of reform spreading
. throughout the country does much
z to Impress one w Itli the truth
-' of what Prof: Wlnshlp snys. Tho
' lecord of leading organizers, ns It has
1 ' Leen slowly but surely exposed, leaves
no doubt of tho necessity for higher
As a ruin, a rovlew of tbo yar Just
passed and an expression Of ,tho hopes
lor tho futuro begins with a recitation
of the material benefits that have befln
Teceivcd and closes with those ontlcl-
pated. This Is all very well. Tho year
passed certainly lacks something If
1. It has not been prosperous, and the
outlook for tho future Is not altogether
Lay If It be lacking In a promise of a
fair share "hp material bjossings.
At the same timo, each and every
., advantage brought by tho hard grind
' in the mill of dollars and cents Is
" worse than hollow mockery If It does
not cany with It a large measure of
Ideals for the betterment and happl-
I'ess of mankind, something In the no-
., ture of a higher Standard.
1' Material success 1b not everything.
For nothing Is more heartless than tbo
1 spirit of a' financial oligarchy, personi
fied In the misery and sclflsuness of
the miser, who hates everything and
would destroy everything thatdoes not
leed his Insatiable flretl. ' j
Hawaii lias had a mostv sucJessful
je.-fr Judged from financial 'Jstaiidanls
It thai) suffered Mio disasters.! Tho
fruits of Its Industry havo found a
n.arket at ery satlslactury prices. It
has been a good year for Hawaii reck
olied In columns of dollars and cents
What of the ear gauged by Amerl
can Ideals and standards
Much of tho sentl.ncnt of the'flnan
olal oligarchy has prevailed, tut 1903
recoiile.il it dUtlnct gain In Standards,
lmtdfynrjit but won In tho face of
epen and iccret and,' vicious opp6slllon
ns every odvanco has loen slnco Indi
viduality and liberty were first asset t
Tho establishment of local self gov
ernment, commonly termed County
government. Is tho treat advnneu tmi
toward American Ideals which espeJ
can marifs t lie) car 1905 for Hawaii.
.Greed, tho spirit of the miser, nrr-n.l
unr .,..... n. . "..-".'....
v. ,u.,vi, uii- uvercuuiu wan icar
that a reformation In government
might cause the loss of a dollar though
It brousht tho work a dav rltlmn. pn.it
benefits, all these forces were mar-
Miaicd against It In nn array hlslorl
Tho sentiment that a freo people
have a right to act for themselves In
their locnl affairs carried tho day a
resuii equany in lino wltu historical
I The tiooiilc havo found thtt tho no.
'ceptitnce of higher Ideas has brought
tho benefits anticipated. Even in the
limited form of self-government with
which this Territory ntnrtcd Its decen
tralization, experience of tho past few
months has proved that more public
tplrlt can be aroused, moro real In
terest taken In public affairs, moro ac
complished for the people ax a whole
and In a shorter time Somo complaint
lias been raised by old time enemies.
Tho way has not been free from(exhl
lltlons of cupidity and; lack of high
standards among certnln cltlxcns and
officials. This is true of every event
iu me, wjieiner 11 oe a uopuriuro irom
om ruts, or meek following of tho; beat
en track of alleged conservatism.
On tho whole, 'on the samo basis that
the financial and Industrial successes
1 or the j ear have been Judged, the rc
sponso of tho people of Hawaii to tho
American Standard has been highly
satisfactory and gratifying. So much
10, In fact, that tho reactionaries ,tf
any there be, are left without, a cause,
nnd, should they aim at retrogression,
It must bo by means of misrepresenta
tion, manipulation, or other avenues
wulch a man of high American stand
ards abhors and an honest people hate.
' The year has been a happy one. Peo
ple are moro disposed to get together
for tho upbuilding of Hawaii as an
'American conimunlty. Thoy worry
less about what tho Federal govern,
ment Is not doing for them and are set.
ling to work for themselves tho
jqnly American method of accomplish
ling anything worth while. The ten
dencles are toward construction and
, away from destructive complaint.
I Advancement n personal and public
ideals or tho year 1905 baa been
ed person -wjth determination to
coupie material success witn better
moral Standatds, and thus daring 190C
aid In making Hawaii a loyal (Amerl
ran Territory of American citizens
with American Standards, a happier
home for its own people and moro at
tractive to thoso who visit us.
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The Halelwa Limited will run on
both Sunday, December 31, and Mon.
day, January 1.
This two hour train leaves Honolulu
at 8:22 a. m., returning arrives at
iu:iu p. m.
I ' S2.00
I Excursion ticket to all points along
,vaifkkw. 'T '""lawjai
in line win ce sold by the Oahu Rail
way on New Year's Day.
TOM All Willi
'Why Women Sin," tho play which
Is to bo given at the Orpheum tonight,
Tuesday and Wcdnerday nights, though
of a somewhat different stamp than
"The Queen of the White Slaves," Is by
no means second to It in dramatic
strength and strong situations.
Mingled with the great psychological
question Is considerable humor, so that
me representation will keep Its audi
cneo passing from laughter to tears,
wlillo the satisfactory climax ending
it will bring bnck the smllo again. The
play dwells on the temptations cf a
oung woman, neglected by her hus
band, which nre thrown In her path by
the vidian of tho piece, whoso base
schemes nre, however, finally defeated.
1906 DUSINESS CHANQES.
(Continued from Pg I.)
reported In the Diilletln. Is going out
of the merchandlso business, to devote
MHlro attention to plantation worK, as
soon as the merchandlso stock Is dis
posed of, no new stock having been
taken In for somo time.
II. J. X0H0 retires from the active
management of the restaurant on Fort
ttrcct ho has so long conducted and
Herman Kmger Is In charge, although
Nolto will still bo seen on tho prcm
'sen. The 'Henry Waterhouso Trust Com
pany, Limited, relinquishes to Mr.
Wlckctt tho agency of tho New YorK
LI to Insurance Cornpan)
Gcorgo P. Thlelen, the stock and bond
broker, takes William Williamson Into
partnership, the firm to be Known as
Thlelen & Williamson.
J. A. M. Johnson, of the J. A. M.
Johnson Company, Fort street, Na
tional cash registers and ofllco supplies,
etc , Is soon to depart tor Japan to take
charge of the National Cash Register
people's Oriental business.
MiCandless Ilrothcrs nro soon to
start on their new building on the cor
ner of Ilcthcl and King streets, ad
joining the postofflce, In which somo of
tho postofneo departments are to be
Thcro Is talk of the Republican head
quarters being moved from over tho
Hawaiian Trust Company to across
Fort street In rooms abovo tho County
Tho Orphoum theater Is to be Im
proved, tho stage being enlarged, aa
TO GIVE HONOLULU
(Continued from Pagt 1.)
cntlro Interior of the theater, stores
and rooms will bo repainted and fixed
Tho stago Improvements-will bring
the spare behind tho footlights up to
tho slzo of tho stago In the Opera
Whllo work starts tomorrow morn
ing on tho main building, operations on
the theater section will not bo begun
until Monday next.
Next Saturday evening's perform
ance at tbo Orpheum will bo the last
before tbo stage Is enlarged.
Tho work of Improvement will oc
cupy about one week, during which
time, providing satisfactory arrange
ments ran bo made with Wra. a. Irwin
ft Company, controlling tbo Opera
House, tho National Stock Company,
Richard lluhler's talented players, will
glvo performances at the Opera Houso
at the same prices that havo prevailed
at the Orphoum. If satisfactory ar
rangements cannot bo" made with tho
Opera Houso people, tho players will
tako a week's rest, which, by the way,
they will very much appreciate.
The Orpheum block will tako on tho
nppcaranco of a new building vhen
Lucas llrothers are through with IL
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Houses To Let
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
fT ALL SORTS OF PRICES.
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938 Port St.
MOTHERS.' Wc want you
to Know About Our
made by the same firm that make the
famous LITTLE ( TUDOR' PLAY
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.The LITTLE TUDOR SLEEPER8
are made of pink and bluo striped Out
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the collar and are made In sizes 1 to
We consider this a perfeeUoleeplng
tarment for children and are confident
that a trial will bo most satisfactory,
ir w .1
KVKNINO T1ULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T H., MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1906.
ir w vtAK tiuuvto yum if ti(
I Vid io
Festive Citizens Greet
Change With Big
SPORT8, 8HOW8, DINNER8 AND
DALL8 PRESENT GREAT OP
PORTUNITIES FOR EN.
The parting farewell to the old car
nnd tho ushering In of the now was
dono In Honolulu with tho usual noise
nnd general venting of a feeling of good
cheer. When midnight announced the
dividing line between 1905 and 1D0U
a full tonod roar of all kinds of sounds.
blasts of whistles, ringing of bells, ex
plosion or nro crackers, llrlng or guns,
etc., etc., broke loose, lasting for some
little time. The noise was not confined
to tho limits of the city alone. In the
suburbs, even the most distant ones,
such as KalmuM and Kallbl, numer
ous festive residents celebrated 'tho oc
casion by firing guns and giant crack
ers, awakening tho moro staid citizens,
who had retired long ago, and remind
ing tliem of tho great change. In tho
meantime thoso of a more religious
turn of mind seriously observed the
ovent by worzhlp at the midnight mass
In tho 'hurches.
Very Itttlo business was done In the
city during tho day, Tho public of
fices were all closod, with tho excep
tion of tho federal offices, where ac
counts wero being prepared, and ono or
two territorial offices where tho officials
dropped in to nttond to a llttlo business
for a short time. The business houses
were closed, although In some of them
tho bookkeepers and clerks availed
themselves of tho opportunity for bal
ancing tho books for tho past j cor.
For thoso who did not have to work
all kinds of recreations were provided.
Special trains took many to Halelwa,
whero tho golfers crowded tho links.
Others wont to En a, where a tennis
tournament took place. I or tho lovers
of sports who remain In tho city, two
baseball games havo been nrovlded.
both of which take place at the base
ball park, one, between the Oood C)es
and tho Uunknowns, at 1:30 p. m , tho
other, between the II. A. C. and Puna
lion teams, at 3:15 p. m.
Those for whom sports have no at
tritions have dn opportunity to en
joy the Orpheum shows. There will bo
a matinee this afternoon and the usual
performance In tho evening. For the
gastronomlcally Inclined the hotels of
fer special dinners, while the society
people will have their inning In the
evening at an Invitational concert and
ball glyen by the Young hotel.
SayB the Coast Seaman's Journal (S.
T.) of December 20, following tho Uul
(ctln'a excluslvo story on tho matter:
Plans for a largo Japanese Immigra
tion movement are being arranged at
Honolulu as tho result of tho making
of contracts by which tho Olaa planta
tion, on (ho Inland of Hawaii, is to
leaso C000 acres to prospective settlers
from Japan, M Aokl, a member of
tho Japuncno parliament, who has been
Instrumental In bringing the deal
ubout, will arrive nct month to com
plclo tho plans. Contracts havo been
tlgned which provldo that the planta
tion shall buy tho sugar caoo to be
raised by tho Japanese. It Is reported
that. 0'hcr plnntatlona will mnko sim
ilar arrangements with Japanese, tbu3
attracting thousands of laborers.
Tim Japanese are celebrating' New
Year's today and will tontlnuo two das
more. Today Is devoted to tho celebra
tion for the men, tomorrow the women
will laud and Wednesday U10 children
will commend In honor of tho New
Year. 'The farmers and fishormeu
among tho Japanese celebrate tho day
before the, Chlneso Now Year In Janu
Suit To Order ,
We Are The People,
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Style .Is UP-TO-DATE;
Prices Arc Right ,
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IT IS 8AID
The general supposition among the
Japanese, here Is that United States
Minister to Washington front Japan
Takahlra, who passed through here on
the Manchuria, en route to his home
country, and Hawaiian Consul MIkt
&nlto,who went home on the same boat,
have been called homo for a confer
ence, by tho Kmpcror, In regard to tho
tabor conditions In the United States
and the talkcd-of proposition, which
originated on the Coast, to exclude the
Tapaneso from tho country.
It Is known that on account of the
agitation m California fewer Japanese
havo been arriving at this port, going!
through Or stopping off. than has been
the caso for some time. Tho Japanese!
arc very sensitive and it is believed
s n result of tho conference between
tho American representatives of tho
I Kmperor and himself a decision Hill be
reached as to what action will bo tak
1 in In caso tho exclusion Idea continues
to grow in the States.
Thcro has been talk of Consul Salto
not returning to Honolulu but nobody
, teems to know anything definite about
, tho matter. Ueforo ho left Mr. Salto
, expected to bo back within two months,
prouKuiy mo latter part of February.
.Some time ago a petition was sent to
I the nmpcror by certain local Japancso
against tho Consul's actions In the Im
migration bank matter. It Is hardly
thought probable, however, that he wai
1 called to Japan on this account, al-
uiougn 11 migtii no taken up after the
labor matter has been settled.
PROMINENT QUE8T8 AT
Sheriff nrown's annual Now Year':
Iliad to the members of the police do-,
partment and their friends Is going on'
In tho police court room this afternoon..
Shortly ntter noon tho guests and I
about thirty policemen In uniform sat
I dow 11 to tho feast. At the head of tho
table sat Sheriff Drown. To his left.
I wero Supervisor Lucas, Judge Whlt-
iiv, oujiervmor juooro, wniei inursion
01 1110 nre department, A. P. Taylor,
II. C. Vlda and Frank Andrade. On
the opposite sldo of tho sheriff sat
Ocorgo W. 8mlth, Sam JohnsoD, W. W.
Harris, J, II. Doyd, Dr. Emerson, Har
ry Simpson, George A. Davis, Harry
Murray and II. P. Zablan, in tho order
The room was tastefully decorated
with tho different flajs, flowers and
ferns. After the first set of policemen
finished their meal thoy will relievo
tho other watch on dutj. This has
i-eon so arranged that all members of
the force, foot patrolmen, tho mount
ed police, clerk, and patrol wagon
drivers will all get their share of tho.
pnerurs annual luau, anu not icava tne
flty without pollco protection at any
"They also serve who only stand and
walti" onco forceful, now is slightly out
of date: thest strenuous days demand
a livelier trick, they also servo who
only stand and kick.
i AH 111
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A discussion was going on along the
waterfront (discussions wero the only
things doing) this morning Jwhclhor
tharks would tackle a llvo man In tho
n,atrr. The talkers wero 'about equal
1 divided andno decision was reach
ed except ' that each man who had
been opposed In his views figured it
cut that tho other fejlow was a fool.
Somo declared a .shark would not at
tack n llvo man Jn mid ocean or any
for" ' 19r06
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merely a kuggettlon of what The Metropolitan Maga
twelve tlrrjes during 1906 really means,
and poems, Illustrated n a way that
In each numbtr'.f ' J, (, i
The Metropolitan; Magazine
Twelve times In the next twelve months for One Dollar and Eighty Cents,
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TO THE EVENING BULLETIN FOR 8IX MONTHS AT $4.00. ' " '
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Office, KAPIOLANI DUILDINO.
Capital ind Surplus -,.!$ 4 83D,59lTl3
Due to banks '.and. Bank", 'j
erg . '. .....'...'. iC,053.19
Deposits'. . . 2,025,25:f09
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where else. The other sldo argued
that the shark would grab a llvo man
as quick or sooner than he would a
dead body. The argument will bo con
tinued. again the, ncxl dull day on tbo
front. 1 ft
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Col. Sam Tarlccr Is entertaining a
party of Honolulu people at his Penin
sula home toilaj.
will be other ex
materially adds to
1 t ', )
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