Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 03, 1906, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 4, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3, 1600.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H.. by the
BULLETIN PUDLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
late condition!!, howpcr, are Imllcathc
of Improtcmcnt and the ability of the
Czar's Koernmcnt to maintain luolf.
The that great strike (ailed utterly
In the mirnoso of overthrowing tho
government but was not without Its
victory In wringing a proclamation
from the Ctar granting n very close
WALLACE FARRG-EdltorM &X5FjT l.
i measure due to tho success or the Gov
ernment forces In capturing many of
Its leaders. This left the people to light
out their own cause with unorganized
forces, An caiy prey to chicanery of
false leaders as well as tho machlno
Kims and artillery of the loyal troops.
In the vicinity of the Baltic provinces
reports alternate between ability of tho
Government to control and fresh out
breaks In tho cities and In tho coun
try. On the whblo tho reports nro fav
orable to more peaceful conditions.
Entered at the I'ostofflce at Houo
lulu as second class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Xer month, anywhere in U. 8..$ ,75
Tor quarter, anywhere In U. 8.. 2.09
Per year, any w hero In U. S 8.00
for year, postpaid, forign U.00 1 nlth alwas tho saving clause that tho
Weekly Bulletin. 'apparent acceptance of the situation
ix months i .60 by the peoplo may be but a lull In tho
Pe? year, pnyfthere In U. 3.... 1.00 ctorm.
ter year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 During tho early part of December
- ... M (lc financial markets of tho world were
taking Into account the possibility that
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
-C. O. DOCKUS. nuslncss Manager of
tho Bulletin Publishing Company, Llm
Itcd, being first duly sworn, on oath,
the Kusslan Government would bo In
Mich straits as to be forced to pass an
Interest date. As the dispatches have
Mill nothing to tho contrary, It Is to bo
presumed that financial demands were
demises nml navs: Thnl tho fnllnln, ''"""i'"' " " "" imcgruy oi iuo
Is a true and correct statement of c MT,."
culatton for tho week ending Decem
ber 28th, 1905, of the Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dec. 23 2367
Monday, Dec. 25 No paper
in tno country districts and not a
few of tho manufacturing centers the
revolutionists have fought themselves
out Tho chief aim has been to destroy
with tho abandon and terrible crimin
ality of the mob. In the country sec
tions tho uprising has been even more
Tuesday. Dec. 26 2100 murderous than the cities though few
meoncsoay, uee. iiu cr details bavo reached the outside
.hursday, Dec. 28 2 35 norIl, In fact It is reasonable to be-
Frlday, Dec. ..... 2)67 llcvo that tho loss of life and property
Average Dally circulation ......216 frequently exaggerated In tho reports
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin ' rrom tho larsor cU , fuly mmc
Tuesday, Dec 26, 1905 ..........2363 i,y lnal not rcportcd trom jcsa wc.
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on i Known sections,
the Islond of Hawaii alon 1048i Uussla, yesterday In a itatc of actlvo
vumuincu guaranteed average ' revolution. Is today struggling With
circulation ................ -ijjiu suppressed revolution. Tho Czar has
UVL.L.L.IM ruuL.iaiu.-Mu uu l.lli, mado many concessions. Tho rovolu
By C. O. BOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to bo
fore mo this 30th day of Do
ISb'AL comber, A. D. 1905.
P. II. BUltNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu. County of
tlonlsts are without a leader, tho fol
lowing is not Loheslve. It will be o
God-send to all Russia If tho people ac
cept their gains Instead of forcing ?
icvlval from absoluto wreckage.
wriKirmiiv TTv -i 1U0U Ordinance No. 2 passed by tho Kauai
tt LU.NLSDA-t JA. 3. 1JUU Co,Jnty Supmgorg provl(Ic8 that ,t
' .l.nll l.n ..,........ .
Jni tho sumo It couldn't do anr ' . """"" 'r uny person or
.i"'1"1 ""!. c....a ....?..?, wrrorntion to maintain any ditch.
railroad or other way across any pub
lic highway within tho County without
iirsi naving obtained permission from
harm for Congress to pass a naturallza
Hon law for Hawaii.
Immigration spells Opportunity for ,i, nnnr,i f elln.i. wu. ..
Secretary Atkinson and Haw a I. There- mlMlon ,g Krantcd ,t ,g nece98nry t'lmt
foro they loie no time in taking all ,ho beneficiary shall keep tho crossing
Wlnts In the game as promptly as pos- ln ROod COIumjon- FaUHr0 on its part
""' Ho to do warrants tbo County In en-
tlt-rlne unnn lha nrnnflrtv. Imnrnvlni? It
Alabama's Governor went homo from rnd charging the oxpenso to tho one
the New York Immigration conference folding tho privilege.' Violation of thu
prepared to open a campaigner en- cidlnanee Is n misdemeanor punish-
listing European ImmlgranU for needy ru0 i,y fine not exceeding fifty dol-
inuusirics in nis Dime, iuus nun mi jttrs
Jb not alone In the cnort to land imml
III Mk III
rill MflBmkl. il
7 mmS n
lTOSSMEiffi'.'iH::"l3rab n) l
A mnrw-g "- """ - iw-v SSCSLVhl J 1 Hy t
av ni it itr i n r i n r v.
I v f w -tJ'- ' z. '. Mill nullum: -rry ifci
Mrs. J. E. Finn. Sf 0
XIX. lluffolo.N.. Y.. writes! Sil .S:'iS1 II
grants where they are needed.
The S. S. Korea from San Francisco
will tie up at tho Naval wharf Friday
If local opposition to the Philippine mornlnir.
policy Is based on self preservation of I . ,
industry nnci upuu wing an American ,;,, amtll of thc Hawaon iloM Mt
population t need offer no apolor t0(,ay for . Bix.wcck.. ,acation In Cal-
or fear an thing but respectful consld
cratlon. Should It bo tho product of
Idea, It will
promptly be put In the class of hold
ups. Thero Is but one standpoint from
ftlikh to arguo Hawaii's interests wheu
dealing with the Philippine problem.
BEACH FOR THE PEOPLE
CONNECTED WITH 8EWER
"A public bathing beach was discus-
fed, but on account of the cosmopolitan
population of tho city nothing wai
This paragraph from the report of
tho Promotion Committee yesterday
shows that tho Committee Is taking up
timely topics. The Bpirlt of the Com
mlttco Is such that tho Bulletin Is not
disposed to bcllcvo tho cosmopolitan
character of tho population will per
manently check tho proposal for a pub
lie bathing beach. -
New York City has not been balked
in the construction of public baths and
playgrounds by Its cosmopolitan popu
lation. Indeed the character of the
population more than anything els
lias forced this line of public work.
The cosmopolitan population needs
the attention. There Is no cause to
worry over the fellow who owns a
whole section of beach or those able to LOT 60 X 90, FRONTING
pay me price lor private ueacn resort
privileges. The holpollol, tho people,
the common herd, or anj thing else you
may wUh to term them nro just the
Individuals who etand In need of tho
opportunity to enjoy themselves with
out money for they have none to
spare and without price other than
good behavior and appreciation of tho
spirit that makes every citizen In a
measure his brother's keeper.
It Is a public mlsfortuno that with
nil the magnificent stretch of beach at
Walklkl there Is not one place free to
the people. Should the Promotion
Committee take up the public bathing
beach In tho Interests of the cosmopol
itan population we believe it will have
tho earnest backing of every broad
minded citizen, and future generations
as well as the present can havo noth
ing but praise for those who save tn
the people what Is really theirs of
It Is also well to bear In mind that
when you Increase the comforts of the
people as' a whole, you havo gone a
long ways toward solving the problem
of assuring their contentment and In
teresting them ln work for their own
wmgnS. Niumk Aavm.
SUFFERED MANY YEARS - FEMALE DISEASES.
Two Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health
and Usefulness to Peruna.j
Thankful Women Wlio
Have Been Cured by
Dr. Ilartman's Free
Miss lUilh Emerson, 73 Syca
more St., Buffalo, N. Y., wrllcsi
"1 suffered for two years with
Irregular and painful menstrua'
Hon, and Peruna cured me with
in six weeks. I cannot tell you '
how gra teful I feel. A ny agency ,
which brings health oad strength
to the afflicted Is always a wch '
come friend, and to-day the
market Is so tilled with useless
end Injurious medicines that It
Is a pleasure to knoW of so relia
ble a remedy as you place before
Miss Ruth Emerson.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment,
The goods are well known and we are able to tell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue 'Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYINQ GET, OUR PRICES.
, catarrh of theso organs. 'Willi,
each case presents some minor
dlffcrcncoas to do tall, they are all
in reality allko. I'o-
runa docs not relievo
theso cases by tempo-,
some symptom, but
by a removal of Hie
cau.o. Many a woman
can testify that local
treatment doos not
permanently cure. A
largo multltudo of
going from doctor to
doctor to recctvo loco)
treatment, with llttl.
or no result.
In Peruna these
women find a prompt
and permanent euro,
Peruna has come to
bo recqgntsed as the
lous instruction, why the representa
tives of thc board thought that thta
condition would be observed although
not expressed, and why It appears to
have been regarded by tho Govern
irent as an Implied condition, be
comes evident, we think, upon reflec
tion No man of New England birth
end training was unfamiliar with tho
general custom prevailing ln tho pub
lic schools of giving at least tho
nmount of religious instruction Includ
ed In morning prayers and In script
ural readings; no one familiar with
this custom as vvcro most, If not all.
n: tho missionaries ln Hawaii, would
for a moment havo doubted that somo
bort of religious Instruction would
continue Indefinitely to ho taugnt at
its. j. j:. riN.v, 82 natt nigh St.,
Buffalo. N Y.. wrltrst
Tho' Peruna Mcdlclno Co., Columbns, O. I
Gentlemen: "A few ears ago I had
to gle up social life entirely, as my
health was completely brvken down.
The doctor advised a complete change
and rest tot a year. As this was out
of the question for a time, I began to
look around for other means of restor
ing my health.
"I had often heard of Peruna as an
excellent tonic, so I bought a bottle to
see what It would do tor me, and It
certainly took hold of my system and
rejuvenated me, and In less than two
months I was In perfect health, and
now when I feel worn out or tired a
dose or two of Peruna Is all that I
need." Mrs. J. E. Finn.
1'elvlo catarrh is a phrase coined by
Dr. Ilartmsn, covering all that large
olsss of diseases that used to bo known
as femalo weakness. Tho lower portion
of tho abdomen is called by anatomists
tho pelvis. Tho organs contained in
this portion of tho body are known as
the pelvio organs. There are several of
them, very delicate and Tory subject to
remedies wero Just as
good. This was found
to bo impossible, how
ever, and now Imita
tions aro springing
short time Is suro to
be a money-making
scheme, but no ono
who has evor taken
Peruna can bo fooled
on theso Imitations. No conscientious
druggist would sell one of them. Every
purchaser should look carefully at each
ptckago of I'ernna he buys, to bo sur.
that ho la getting only genuine Peruna
Addrens Dr. Ilartmsn, President of
The Ilartmsn Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
cstarrlx." I'.w wom.a escape entirely
For special directions ev.ryono should read "The Ilia of Life," a copy of which surrounds saoh bottle. Peruna
Is for sale by all chemists and druggists at one dollar per bottle or six bottle for five dollar.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait the necessary delay In receiving a reply
should address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A. i
Benson. Smith eV Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
CIRCUIT C0URT8 HAVE POWER
1 lh I.nlinlnalunn Bchool ns well as all
Tho Supremo Court this morning ether schools. In tho thought of tho
rustalned tho demurrer by tho Torrl- American Board and of tho Hawaiian
lorv m ihn rlalm mado acalnst It by MlM.c-n as well It was requisite moro
tory to tho claim maao agwnsi it uy tettttt gch Instruction to tho
tho Hawaiian Board for tlS.000 dam- .'.-... .v .it,i.. in ,mm
,.!.. ,.mW .'-.,. ,..,T.;- "..'. inCUH.-U.IUI.Wl U1UI1U". .,.w..
h. ........ .-...-j .. BKvn iwr urencu ui tuuirucu ,. (jcllcveu
catarrh ln tho world.) Tho opinion of tho Court by Hart- In no wny of looking nt the subject
At first competitors well shows that tho claim was based , h Commends Itself to our Judg
trcd to deny this and on tho following conditions Imposed t do we regard the agreement an
minion mai wieir um uutt.riiiiit.-ui iuuh ui in. violated by making this a tccnnicai
rntnn.1l worn tint naLnhalnnllina School tironcrty: ... r -,,,.1I.... The ilomlirrnr
"That tho said Institution shall b. "',u,tn,uCu
continued nt Its cxpenso as nn Instl , ' , ,
union ior IUO CUIllVIUIUU Ul bUUUU 111
frnturo add solid science, and furthci
that It shall not teach or allow to be
taught uny religious tcuet or doctrlno
rnntrnrv tn thnf hprptnfnrn Inrlllr.ltpil
palm off an Imitation i,y tho mission which wo represent, a!
of Peruna oven for a mmmary of which will be found In tho.
confession of faith herewith enclosed."
A further proviso was exprossed In
St. I Alt na Ihfit iiIh viitHA rt nnnfiilAII.
m.nt nr vinintlnn nf ihn romlltlnnH- died Monday at his homo near Camp
tho property should rovert to tbo mis- No. 1. "Boots," as he was familiarly
lion, or, as modified by tho Govern- known along the waterfront, was well
went, It might at its option pay tho fc d h , b.tnMn Hono-
rum of $16,000, and if It should divert , , , ' , , . .,.. ,i
tho establishment to other purposes l" """ the Islonds on schooners and
than thoso of education It would "sus- b earners for many years. Ills i last po
tain an Institution of like character ''lon was on the schooner Concord,
and on similar principles In somo oth- where he acted as first mate, llo was i
irplaco on the Islands, or pay tho sum natUe o Hawaii. The funeral took
of 116 000 " ' pllce yesterday. His illness began scv-
Tho 'plaintiffs contend that tho ex-fral weeks ago, caused. It Is .thought,
pressed agreement meant not only by his becoming chilled and overex
that tho Government should not teach "ted by swimming to shore from the
nor allow the teaching of any rellg- Concord off Diamond Head about a
leus doctrines contrary to tho specified month ago. Ho is survived by a lam-
confession of faith, but that It Bhould Uy. ,
requlro thoso doctrines to bo taught, '
Tho terms of agreement aro not or Beginning tomorrow night ami ior
IP IS DEAD
"Boots" Kalua, aged about 70 yearo.
On tho whole, although with much As I regard tho statuto as too clear
doubt. I am of the opinion that tho Cir- lo nutn,t congtruction of Its meaning
cult Courts havo such Jurisdiction. . . ... . , ;
n! .i .ii .. U.......I, , and as its express lancuaco dotfs not
""El"""8 L"f""u" "' ?.!r.c-" -"' ... authorize naturalization Tbv our Circuit lanirua.ro can exmtss.
Lllzatlons, havo taken placo In thoso na.,lrn,o n lens Tho onlv author- Curt8. I "" unable to concur In tho that no condition was made which re- heum,
rf.VtL.lvfcVon'cm.Hvva. "X hyldeh allons'can bo naturalized "PPQ'Uo conclu.lonofjho court. quired tho Oovernment to glvo rellg- ll.Ug.
(Continued from Page 1.)
doubtful Import, they aro as clear as tho balance of the week "Tho King of
Why It was Detectives" will bo tho bill at tno ur-
It promises to bo tno rcai
Z i,Z of Tin lied I" InwH ls tat whlch Is granted to
begun on the suggestion of united ,,.,., rn.,Tt nI1,i , .. .iiKtrlrt oi i
States District Judge Ksteo. and moro . LSlju5 "1," 31' w .
recently nn-application to his succo- ""'" J""".; stat
tor. Judge Dole, for naturalization by SIJ' v'f """ stat-
ono whoso naturalization by a Circuit I r this court to declare that Clr-
Court had been questioned; wns da- run murm uavu jm.uiuuu ,ui iu
ulej - jurposo of naturalizing aliens would
ho practically tno samo as enacting a
law to that effect, doing this upon tho
theory that Congress Intended that
our Circuit Courts should have llko
powers with Stato courts of record In
rfspect of this matter of naturaliza
tion; or elso upon tho theory that Con
gress really meant that our Circuit
Courts should take the placo of tho
District Courts in tho other Territor
ies. There Is no reason why his court
should Indulge ln any presumptions
concerning a statuto which is so clear
ly expressed as to leavo no occasion
for Its Interpretation or construction.
Houses To Let
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
AT ALL 80RTS OF PRICE8.
Trent & Co ,
Q38 Fort St.
Trust Co., Limited.
CCR. FORT AND MERCHANT ST3,
Iiussla appears to have reached a
stage of "comparative quiet and prom-
The Halelwa Limited wl
icicauut, llltTUI ill wore ior lllCir Own Uoth Runrfau nrnml.. 1 anrl M
advancement and the progress of the S,yanuary'l "
This two-hour train leaves Honolulu
at 8:22 a. m., returning arrives at
10:10 p. m.
Iso only to be disturbed by another. 4C O il
great strike at Moscow which may bo QiUU
the signal for a second outbreak. Excursion ticket to all points along
throughout the Empire similar to that 'the line will be sold by the Oahu Rail
Inaugurated December 20th. Immed- way on New Year's Day.
MOTHERS. Wc want you
to Know About Our
made by the same firm that make the
famous LITTLE TUDOR PLAY
The LITTLE TUDOR SLEEPER8
are made of pink and blue striped Out
ing flannel, style as per cut without
the collar and are made In sizes 1 to
We consider this a perfect steeping
garment for children and are confident
that a trial will be most satisfactory.
Suit To Order
We Are The People
Stylo Is UP-TO-DATE
Prices Arc Right
Made' Throughout By
L, B.KERR & GO, Ltd
A" Word About
ITHOUT reservation It can be1 claimed for The Metropolitan Mag.
azlne that today It stands pre-eminent In Its particular field
and Is an essential In evtry refined home In the land. Under
efficient editorial management, Its pages each month provide
entertainment and mental recreation for an ever Increasing multitude of
readers. The coming year's list of contributors Includes no name not famil
iar to those Informed on all literary matters.
Keeping pace with The Metropolitan's literary excellence are Its not
sble art features. Superb reproductions In color, the work of artists of
world-wide reputation, will make its pages unique. There will be other ex
"ceptlonally beautiful art contributions In black and white.
What follows Is merely a suggestion of what The Metropolitan Maga.
zinc coming to you twelve times duilng 1906 really means.
The best of everything In every department of literary activity and ar
tistic production will be yours. A serial of absorbing Interest and numer
ous short stories and poems, Illustrated In a way that materlaMy adds to
their meaning are In each number. .atJtll i JStJjt 3i Sti.Jt 'JLa. .
The Metropolitan Magazine
Twelve times In the next twelve months for One Dollar and. Eighty Cents,
or at al newsdealers and booksellers at Fifteen Cents a Copy.
THIS FINE MAOAZINE IS GIVEN "FREE TO A NEW SUBSCRIBER
TO THE EVENING BULLETIN FOR SIX MONTHS AT Vl.00.
uUujsJBfci 'agtj, ' t,