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la a true and correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Decem
ber 28th, 1905, of the Dally nnd Week
ly Editions of tho Evening nnltcttn:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dee. 23 2367
Monday, Dee. 25 ...Nopaper
Tuesday, Dec. 26 2100
Wednesday, Dec. 27 2110
Thursday, Dee. 28 2136
Friday, Dee. 29 2167
Average Dally circulation 2159
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1905 ..2363
Number of Weeklies detlveerd on
the lslond of Hawaii alone ....1048
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SEAL ccmbcr, A. D. 1905.
P. II. ntJIlNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
TUESDAY JAN. 2, 1800.
Honolulu', latest Grand Jury :
n't find enough that was Interesting to
ven write a report on.
Korean Justice as worked out In tho
latest Hawaii murder Incident Is at
(cast prompt, and freo from evasion.
One thing Is certain. David Starr
Jordan has been saying end unsaying
things ever since the deplorable death
of Mrs. Stanford.
Jordan may respond that he Is not
the only one who talks through bis hat,
in the controversy between Slierll
Henry and himself.
It would be too bad for the United
States to Interfere with any effort on
the part of Domlnlclan factions to re
duce the population.
A seat on the New York Stock Ex
change sold at (93,000 tho other day.
This Is a record price. The whole story
will be a detail ot how much It costs
him before ho gets out of It
Ohio's Lcstsinture appears to be
evenly dllded between the Republican
and Democrats. Thu standing of tht
People and the Trusts has not been pul
llshed If the list has been mad up.
A Chicago paper complains at tho
plague of laws" turned out by ambi
tious legislators. It Is truo that the
country has not been the ctlm of a
plague ot obeying and enforcing the
laws already on the books.
One newspaper proposes that F. M.
Hatch play the sneak In representing
the. planters' attitude on Philippine free
trade. The proposal Is characteristic
but it carried out It would probably
be necessary to securo a different type
of mas than Hatch to handle the "Job."
Beginning the new year Is an excellent
period for making a definite move that
will establish the Molokans In Hawaii,
and thus give one demonstration that
tho desire to settle white agricultur
alists In connection with the main In
dustry Is not confined exclusively to
Georgo I). McClcllan will be a very
different mayor of Now York than he
would have been with an unquestioned
plurality behind him. And the scheme
to transfer him to the Governor's chair
Is likely to undergo such a complete
reversal that the Democrats will bo
glad to have him stay where ho Is, and
be good. i
Tourists keep on coming despite the
knockers and the Inability to forecast
whether they can obtain steamer ac
commodations. Just think ot how Boon
the 100,000 mark would be reached If
all the barriers were wiped out and
while thinking It over enlist with those
striving to make easy the way ot tour
ists to Hawaii.
One'of the New York organs of Big
Business editorially tells W. It. Hearst
that he Is being led Into a fight against
tho forces that prey, by a band ot
leeches. That may be but If Hearst's
following Is maco up ot leeches ho has
been extremely successful In what br
for others not participating In the Im
Towns big enough to support profpp
tlonal teams (or various Bports count
themselves luck)-. Not one of them
Is so fortunato as Honolulu, where ac
tive men, young and old, go Into sports
for tho puro enjoyment of It and give
3 the town a continuous round of good
Yalo Is to establish a new school for
Colonial work and n commercial mus
eum to fit students for work In Amer
ican possessions. It will be somo years
beforo tho graduate will escape being
classed ns a freak when he arrives on
the sccno of his labors and encounters
"oldest residents" and "kamaalnas" nnd
u newcomer can i unucrsiunu conui
tlons." HILO GRAND JURY REPORT
The report of tho Illlo Grand Jury
Is very much thoreal thing" from tho
critical standpoint. ' It shows that
either a very bad condition exists In
the illlo jail or a band of knockers
has gone on the rampage.
In view of previous events In con
nection with tho Jail administration
of Illlo, tho Bulletin Is disposed to
await additional details beforo an
nouncing a conclusion.
It was during Sheriff Andrews' ad
ministration that a Porto Hlcan youth
was strung by tho thumbs and the
O rand Jury then In session couldn't
ico Its way clear to even criticize such
a miserable breach of ordinary human
ity. Consequently li Is not remark;
able that the Impression should have
gained ground that Illlo as a commun
ity Is not especially moved In a spirit
or compassion toward tho wayward
ones confined In the Jails. It Is pob
clble however that tho former Grand
lury did not express the general sen
timent of tho people wo hope so, or
It may bo thcro has been a reformation.
Illlo Is a pretty good place and we daro
to hope that It can always become a
Tho criticism of the Board of Prison
Commissioners Is more than Justified In
It be truo that the men named have
done nothing since their appointment
It evidences a low ebb of public spirit
or a high degree of Ignorance on the
,part of thoso whom It Is to be sunnosed
I tho Governor selected as representative
The criticism of Attorney General
ment and the wireless messaccs. has
the appearanco of being Influenced by
Attorney Smith or those anxious that
Williams bo cut out Certainly a con
dltlon calling for a hurry-up call to
idd an outsider to the prosecuting
staff would seem to warrant a more de-
tailed explanation of the necessity for
it than a roast In tho final report
There are so many "other sides'
possible In tho situation that It Is well
to withhold Judgment, hoping mean
time that during none of Its delibera
tions did tho Illlo Grand Jury for
get Itself and delvo In politics.
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THE STANFORD INCIDENT
Editor Evening Bulletin: Thn rn.
Llegrnnis this mornlne reiiort 1'renl-
dent David Starr Jordan ns stating nt
Denver that ho was misquoted In tho
telegram that mentioned him as chars-
iug runnmy in iionoiuiu in the Investi
gation as to the causa of tho donlh of
Mrs, Jano I.athrop Stanford at the Mo
Naturally, a mlstako In the rnbln
gram Is possible. But, when President
Jordan was last here. In company with
Timothy Hopkins, and after his return
lo San Francisco, ho certainly lost no
opporturdty of discrediting our local
pnysicinns, who had testified at the In
Quest, and Territorial officers who had
participated in tho Investigation, and
r.f asserting In tho broadest terms, con
trary to tho ovldcnco and tho verdict
of the Coroner's Jury, that Mrs. Stan
lord had died from natural causes.
Thoso propositions are not believed
In Honolulu, nor by many of Mr.
Stanford's friends on tho mainland. It
may be tn jat somo report of an en
quiry Is rioout to bo mado that will
tend to confirm President Jordan's
theory. It Is also true, however, that
Mhcr enquiries nro In progress, tho re
sult of which may also be published,
that lead to an opposite Inference, and
that will bo much closer to an accur
klo conclusion, In tho opinion of somi
ot Mrs. Stanford's relatives and Inti
The tragedy that culminated at tho
Moana Hotel will not rasa Into obliv
ion at any man's bidding, nnd tho local
doctors nnd officials, whoso Interests
aid not Ho In tbo suppression of facts.
It Is believed, at least by tho writer,
Will bo fully vindicated, Tho great
mlstako made In Honolulu was In al
lowing part nt least at tho testimony
In the case to bo removed by a Sau
AMEIUCAN AND HAWAIIAN
Honolulu, Jan. 2, '06.
V IS SHEPTIG
High Sheriff Henry this noon left
for Illlo, accompanied by Deputy High
Sheriff Oeorge Sea, to Investigate tho
charges made by tho Illlo Grand Jury
against Jailor Many and other Illlo
Jail officials. The High Sheriff docs
not believe that the charges of brutal
ity towards prisoners aro true and says
ho thinks that tho personcl of tho
Grand Jury and political reasons may
have much to do with tho report
The High Sheriff this morning com
missioner Albert McQuIro as, Deputy
High Sheriff to take cbargo of his office
during tho absence of himself and Sea.
Attorney Clarcnco V. Ash ford today
took lunch at Nolte's for the first time
nusscll Sago was a member ot Con
gress from New York In the 33d Con
gress, taking his seat December 5,
1853. He was a member ot tho Com
mittee on Ways and Means and Chair
man of the Committee on Invalid Pen
sions. Miss Greta Grclg. D. A., LL, B.. the
first young woman to bo called to the
Australia Bartls ot Scottish birth, but
Melbourne haa been" her home since
childhood. Two of her sisters aro doc
tors and a third Is a university tutor,
The Sultan of Morocco owes his well-
organized army of 20.000 men. to
which, in war time, 80,000 Irregulars
could be added, entirely to the Scotch
man. Kald Sir Harry Maclean, who
draws a salary of 130,000 a year.
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HAWAIIAN GOOD 8ENSE.
Atchison (ICans.) Globe
Miss Anna Hose, "Queen Hoso of
Illlo", the Hawaiian girl who was
queen of tho Topekn Kail festival In
1897. Is nnv rlrrklnff In ft drv eoortil
store In Honolulu, aud this Is tho great
est thing to her credit we know. She
didn't let the temporary attention
ihown her turn her head. Once upon
a time a Topcka woman was queen of
a carnival, and sitting on n dry goods
box throno so upset her good sense
that she was a falluro in. her relation
to her family ever after.
The County of Hawaii seems to be
buffering from a state of confusion Into
which her County officials bavo plung
Tho Illlo Trlbuno of tho 19th Inst
gives an account ot a recent board
meeting nnd airs tho wholo affair and
proves conclusively that Hawaii Coun
ty's difficulties nro numerous and
A communication was received from
the County Attorney In which ho main
tains that his office Is not under the
tupcrvlslon of tha board, was read and
n resolution passed Ignoring blm and
refusing to pay for tho Incidentals of
Noa W. Alull had his official head
decapitated and was notified that bis
services would be required no longer.
The following day, however, tho Super.
Isors got on tho repentance bench.
and, seeing tho work they had dono,
roauo amends for their act and restor
cd Alull to his official position.
On Saturday morning the fun began
In earnest when Carl S Smith appear
ed before the Board of Supervisors as
ottornoy for Deputy Sheriff William
J. Itlckard of Hamakua, against whom
charges had been made. An opportu
nity was given Itlckard to plead to tho
charges, but his attorney presented a
formal pleading In the form of a do
murrer. Somo ot tho Supervisors did
not know the nature of this proceed
ing, and Desha objected to council be
lng present and insisted on the defend
ant pleading guilty or otherwise.
Smith held tho floor for half an hour
or moro explaining what he meant by
tho functions of Judges nnd Juries and
crossed swords with Fernandcs, who
claimed to havo been Insulted by
Smith, who is quoted as having com
ixrcd tho Supervisors to the Judges
who decided cases of witchcraft a few
After somo discussion Molr succeed
ed In quieting down the difficulty anJ
tho matter will go over until Janu
ary 2d. ,
, MAN AMONG MEN.
The selection of A. B. Loobcnsteln
to be Hawaii's representative on the
delegation, which It Is proposed to
send to Washington In tho Interest of
legislation sveur'ng to the Territory
ooventy-flvo po ent. of tho FcdernI
rnvenues. Is a Judicious choice. Mr
I.oebensteln Is a man among men and
ms long residence In tho Islands nnd
his familiarity with matters nffcctlnii
tuc growtn and prosperity of tho Ton
Mtory, makes him especially fitted foi
tho duties which tho committee under
AN AGE OF CONFERENCES.
"Government by conforenco" seems
likely to becomo a phrase to conjufa
ly. Hawaii has It. Nothing of any
moment Is over dono hero now without
a conference, and tho conference work
ing thrpugh adjournments toward pe
rennial bloom. But tho pace Is being
ttt on thu mainland. It Is a disap
pointing mall that arrives nowadays
without Invitations to tho Governor, to
other officials, to leaders of various as
toclatlons and to Individuals, to at-
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Dr. Klncald, who has announced hit
Intention of terminating his pastorate
of Central Union Church, Is a man
who has mado his personality and his
lnfluenco felt In this community to tho
great benefit of tho community. Dur
ing his pastorate, Central Union
Church has about doubled In member
ship, and moro than doubled In tho
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lifting. Ho has given to tho church
and to tho community much of light
nnd leading. His departure will be a
AN8WER8 IN LUMBER TRUST
(Continued from Paae 1.
than themselves. The existence of
tho agreement alleged to exist among
tbo defendants Is absolutely denied.
Tho lurthcr allegations ot withholding
:argo quantities of lumber from sale
to cause an advanco of the market rato
and that a monopoly has been acquir
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tho defendants, and forcing other com
petitors out of business at a great An-
ancll loss, aro also denied.
Anrwcrs which are In the mala the
Kama as tbo one above are also filed
by Allen & Robinson and Wilder & Co.
Tho Attorneys who appear for tho de
fendants aro: Holmes & Stanley for
Allen & Robinson; Castle & Withlng-
ton frr Lowers & Cooko; and Atkinson,
judd & Molt smith for Wilder & Co.
Ant.earances. but no answers, were
filed In tho caso or the United States
against the meat trust, as follows: for
tho Metropolitan Meat Co.. 8. M. Da
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Stanley; for Julian Monsarrat, Otto S,
Meyer, A. A. Meyer. II. R. Mover anil
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Atkinson
Judd & Mott Smith; and tor II. It.
Hitchcock, CastJo & Wlthlnzton.
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