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EVENIKO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1006.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. 11., by the
BULLETIN PUDLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.
a new outbreak comes along almost as trip across the continent, but none of
lgorous as tho first. Which goes to ibem Tor an ylcngth of time.
Entered at the I'ostofflce at llono
lulu as second-class matter.
show that llio revolt smoldering for
years cannot be stamped out In a few
weeks, and may noer cease until re
actionary leaders nro completely over
thrown. Certain It is that the work
ing piop have been oppressed to such
on extent that the possibilities ot lo.i-
lug tnclr lives in street rights or sum
Editor' inary execution by the authorities have
) no terrors.
Payable In Advance.
Ktr mouth, anywhere In U. S..$ .75
Per quarter, anywhere In U. S,. 2,09
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8,00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11,00
like a cross between a horse-tall ami
a fonthsr ilnstpf! nth'erfl hnil rnlnrpil
Many of the Clllneso With tho dlgnl- i-l.-im: li-itl. nn Inn nf Ihn rnn. thn pnl
larlcs aro students, representing thoir-rs denoting the rank of the wearer.
Canton and Peking districts, tho two wur komc hnd In their placo small
different classes. During their stay i emblems resembling crosses and
n tho United States tho ttudents ns mushrooms. Tho dresses of the oftl
well ns tho Commissioners themselves ciau wcro 0f biii, t mans different col
Nlll study tho different conditions of ors
Tho Commissioners nnd their reti
nue rernolned at tho Governor's offlcn
for nbout half an hour, during which
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Chinese flags and tho Itoyal Hawaiian
band played rt Chinese nattunal an
them. In addition several dozen moni
tors of the Mu Hock Keo lltit. Union
wcro at the wharf ns a reception com
mittee. Tho Cfilneso school children,
tcprescntlng the following Institutions
stood along tho whari In tho order
given: Mills Institute, the Chineso
Chinch Sunday school, Oalni College,
Territory of Hawaii, )
I lliinnlimi thn Itlirh Rphnnl. til. l-lln.
ix months $ .50 tioth's, St. Louis nnd St. I'ctcr's. Tho
Per year, jnywhcro la U. S.... l.C0tudents wcro under tho direction of
Per year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 rof W. A. Young.
1 " ; The High Commissioners wcro es
corted to carriages and driven to tho
Consulate, eight mounted police, under
Honolulu, County of Oahu) the command of Captain Sam Leslie,
C, 0. 1IOCKUS, Iluslness Manager of 'acting as an escort. Tho merchants
tho llullctln Publishing Company, Mm- nnd other societies followed uho. Com
Ited, being first duly sworn, on oath, ' mlssloncrs In carriages nnd attended
deposes and says; That tho following 'tho icccptlon and speech-making nt
Is a tnto and correct statement of cli the Consulato grounds. Two mounted
culatlon for tho week ending Decern- police accompanied tho Commission
ber 28th, 1905, of tho Dally nnd Week- crs and party this morning, acting ns
ly Editions of tho Evening Ilullctlu; .a body guard.
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. Consul Chang Tso Kan received tho
t'ur country, including tho political
cystom as well. In addition the study
A commerce nnd agricultural nnd oth
er questions relative to benefit of man
kind in gencrat will bo Investigated
thoroughly. It Is probabto that sever
al, four or flvo In number, of tho stu
dents v. Ill remain In tho States and en
ter universities, where their knowl
tdgo of America will bo Increased.
From Washington tho Commission
ers and retinue will continue ncrosa
tho Atlantic and in turn visiting Italy,
Germany, Austria and Russia, Just be
toro returning to their own country.
Tho visit to these different nations Is
for tho purpose of studying tho ways
of ,tho people and their polltlcnl sys
leins, Just as will bo done In tho Unit
ed States. A few students comprising
Iho party will remain behind In tho
foreign lands and enter colleges and
This afternoon tho commissioners
re being driven nbout tho city. All the
tti-il. I.ato during tho day Chineso day
light fireworks will be displayed at tho
Consulate. This evening an claborata
llnncr w lllbe served by Consul Ulinng
Tso Tnn. During tho evening there
will be moro fireworks and a general re
tcptlon nt which Americans, although
no special Invitations two been issued,
Faturday. Dec. 23 2367 distinguished guests at tno consulate will uo welcome. Tomorrow morning
Dee. 25 No paper logcincr wun nis secretary mm uiuui
the band at Intennls played a variety
KOI l:l!lVn 14
After an uneventful voyage from San
I'ranclsco to Honolulu tho Pacific Mall
S. S Korea arrived this morning with
n largo passenger list for this port.
Fourteen tourists for the Orient, an
unusually large number, will stop off
hero for from ten to thirty days. With
the exception of the first night out tho
UfS p.ace 'of Invest jvRl he vls-'Janad good weather throughout
Tuesday, Dec. 26 2100 otflclals of tho Chinese representation
Wednesday, Dee. 27 2110 In Honolulu. After a short conferenco
Thursday, Dee. ZS 2136 vim mo uonsui, iiign uiuiiuibsiuuvib
Friday, Dec. 29 2167iTuan Fang and Tnl Hlng Chi with-
Average Dally circulation 2150 Drew to tho yard of tho Consulate,
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. I whero a crowd of several hundred stti
Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1905 2363 dents and'othcrs awaited tho royal vis
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on Itors.
the Islond of Hawaii alone ....1048 After being Introduced to tho nu
COMBINED guaranteed average f.lcnco Commissioner Tuan Fang bc-
clrculatlon ...-1510 pnn his speech, whlcU, had been pre-
BULLETIN PUHL1SIIINC1 CO.. LTD, pared In advance. Moro than an hour
was devoted to spcecn-maKing, worn
nilsstoncr Tal Hlng Chi following tho
Both referred to tho many opportu
nities In their mother country for tho
Chineso who studied and occupied
themselves with lots of hard worlt.
The Commissioners' greeted their an
dlenco with encouraging remarks
! about China and conditions there and
.JAN. 5. 1900. 'assured tho hearers that whenever
they mndo up their minds to return to
lly C. Q. IIOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mc this 30th day ot Do
SEAL ccmber, A. D. 1908.
. V. II. DUIINETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu. County of
When call money was at 175 per cent Mid town land they would be welcome.
uoin are great auvucuii-n ui vuutu
tlon and dwelt Bomo time on this sub-
lect. Commissioner Tal Hlng Chi him'
wlf supports several hundred children
In China who would otnerwiso uo uu
Pblo to attend school and re6clve tho
education thoy should to fit them for
earning their own way in tho world
and perhaps make a name tor mem
A tow minutes after 11 o'clock Com
mlssloner Tal Hlng Cbl concluded his
remarks and shortly afterward mo
two officials and the party wcro driven
to tho Capitol.
The High Commissioners will spend
teveral months In tho United States
and It Is expected that for at 'least
two months they will remain in wasn
Ineton. D. C. Only a short spaco of
limn will be snent In San Francisco.
Other cities will bo visited during tho
In New York. Uncle Russell Sage no
s usual, making hay while the sur
Joseph Chamberlain will hnrdly wor
ry when hooted In a political assembly.
It Is like old times for one ot his ex
perience. Great Britain says It had no Inten
tion of attacking Rojeitvensky's fleet.
No one believes it would admit the
charge whether true or not.
Stop-overs from tho through steam
ers have on this occasion reached a
numlxr large enough to suggest some
Impression having been maue.
Jacob Schlft's demand for reforms
In the currency may be the result of
gold becoming too numerous tor m
Gold Trust to control as It would like.
Shot down like rattle and treated
with less consideration, if It be pos
sible. Is there not ccry reason why
the Russian people should return to
tho conflict with Inhuman brutality?
Stockholders In the Chicago banks
of John R. Walsh will loao every dol
lar of their Investment. Walsh is re
ported as resting easy as president ot
tome railroad In which tho banks were
What's tho trouble with tho Jury list?
Evidently too much attention to a de
sired number ot "our kind" and not
enough to tho selection of thoso elig
ible and capable ot deciding without
prejudice on the law and tno evidence,
Morales may be dead, but that doesn't
mean an end of trouble In San Domln
go. Never was there a more numerous
tribe ready to take up the banner ot
a fallen leader. Never wcro the tribes
better able to accomplish death and
Reliable details of tho murder done
at Walalua show it to have been the
most revolting in the annals ot this
Territory, and on a plane with tho
worst In criminal history. The confes
sion of tho culprit can make It hardly
less dlincult to dispense complete Jus-,
Vice in tne case.
Delegate Kuhlo finds that Congres
sional leaders approve the form ot the
revenue bill he has Introduced. Is this
a good reason for some1 In Hawaii to
'raise an objection to It. Adverse local
opinions passed upon the bill may be
ponderously Impressive, It Is well to
'remember that Congress determines
what laws It shall pass and the form
"Tjx fjf Off ONI
ImrjtjuT luiuiwa Aomii.
Visit of the Chinese Commissioners
to Honolulu gave an opportunity for
an exhibition ot how their nationality
ilovelops under favorablo circum
stances. Long lines of Chlnece youth
from various schools, bear a closer ie
latlon to tho spirit of the American na
tion than ot their home land. And In
Hawaii they aro put down as pretty
fair material for future citizens.
CONNECTED WITH 8EWER
LOT 60x90, FRONTING ON TWO
Trust Co., Limited.
:CR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS,
at 9 o'clock the party will depart for
San Francllsco on the S, S. Siberia.
Neither of tho commissioners wcro
Interviewed this morning but tho rum
or that tho visit to the United States
Is concerning the exclusion Haws and
tho boycott on American goods In China
Is denied. There seems to bo, no founda
'Ion for tho truth ot tho report.
Another commission, to be comprised
of Prince Tsai Cblh, Oovornor Shaug
Chi Hang and Mr. I.lo Shlng'Toh, for
mer Chinese minister to Japan, Is now
In Japan. From there tho party will
go to other countries for the samo pur
poso that tho High Commissioners are
louring tho United States. Tho party
will return by way ot the United States
and Canada, but it Is hardly probable
that It will visit Hawaii on the way to
At about 11 o'clock tho promlnonl
Ghlncso residents Invited by tho Gov
irnor, began to arrlvo at the offlco o
tho Secretary. Among them wen
Goo KIra Kill, Wong Kwal. Chu Gem
.Chun Ming, Hlng Kwan and Wong Le
ong. A llttlo later tho Americans ask
od by Governor Carter to meet tho
Commissioners, camo. Among those
Invited wcro: S. M. Damon, Judgo S.
I). Dole. C. M. Cooko, Cecil Drown, K
I, Spalding, K. A. Schnefer, F. J
Lowrey, Uco. W. Smith and P. C.
A little before 11:30 a. m. tho Com
mlssloncrs arrived. Merger's 'band,
which was statlonod on tho band
stand In the Capitol grounds, tmmo
dlately struck up tho Chineso Nation
al Anthem, which had been cspeclall)
rehearsed for tho occasion.
At tho bead of tho stairway tho vi
Itors wero greeted by Chief Clerk O.
R. Auckland, who conducted them to
Iho off co of tho Governor, wnero tncy
met tho Governor nnd tho gentlemen
Invited for tho occasion. Governoi
Carter made tho Introductions, aftc)
which tho gathering broke up Into lit
tlo crouns. discussing various subjects.
Tho attlro of tho Commissioner))
and their rctlnuo was most Imposing
nnd effective All, with 'tho exception
nf two officers ot tho Chineso arm),
who wcro dressed in khnkl and wont
(.words, wore tho gorgeous and flowlnit
Chineso robes. The peculiar hats ol
Chineso officialdom were decorated In
various ways, Somo had the famous
mandarin peacock roatiicr suckwr
Ftralght back from tho hat; othcri
woro an emblem looking something
Houses To Let?
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
AT ALL SORTS OF PRICE8.
Trent Sr Co ,
938 Port St.
tho trip. A Now Year's ball yia given
on tho boat, In which most of tho pas
sengers took part.
Among tho passengers wcro E. K.
Bishop and wife.
Louis and Mrs. Marks and three
children also returned, and Mrs. II. II.
K, N, McCandlcss and his wlto ar
rived on a visit.
E. R. Stackablc, of the Custom
Houso, returned from an extended vis
It to tho States.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tcnney also re
turned. Mrs. Tcnney Is Improved In
Prince El Hagg Abdullah-Ell, of Ab
yssinia, is among the through passen
gers on tho Korea. He Is bound for
Hongkong and will go from there to
Commander Isam Takcshlta, I. J. N
naval attacha to tho Japanese Lega
tion at Washington, D. C, Is another
passenger of prominence. Ho Is re
turning to his native country on business.
A. W. Richards, accompanied by his
wife, Ib on his way to Japan on busl'
Hess connected with tho Japanese gov.
ernment. Mr. Richards Is a promi
nent wholcsalo merchant of New Yorh
Mrs. A. P. Whlltoll nnd her dough
tcr. Miss Klorcnco Whlltell, prominent
lii San Francisco society, aro on tho
Korea, starting on a tour of tho world.
Mrs. A. Simpson, accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Slmpbon, also wen
known in San Francisco social cir
cles, aro traveling with Mrs. Whlttcll.
Tho room occupied by Purser W. A.
Allen on the Korea has been enlarged
and fitted up In line style. Desks re
sembling thoso used by men employed
In tho samo capacities in offices In tho
cities adorn the sides of tho handsome
room. The new office is nlno feet
wide and twclvo feet in .length. Mr.
Allen's assistants, a freight clerk and
three helpers, work in the office. Sim
ilar changes aro' tolbe made on tho Si
beria. ' - .
Tho Korea has 130 Chinamen and
100 Japaneso returning to tbelr homes
In the Orient. Sue' will tnke on 60Q
tons ot coat hero.
The Korea is due to leave at I
o'clock this afternoon.
PLOADS NOT GUILTY
Knllko Kaawalon, the young Hawaii
an who Is charged with having mur
dered IiIb smcethcart, a Hawaiian girl,
named Virginia, nt Kalmako a few
weeks ago, this morning entered a plea
of not cullty before juugo uouinson.
As far as Is known the case of tho pros
ecution agatnit him Is based solely on
clrcummstnntlal evidence, and the trlui
It Is expected, will thorcforo bo a very
Interesting one. Attorney Avon Crook
lias been appointed by tho Court to do-
Governor Carter has written n letter
to the Salt Lake Commercial Club,
which Invited him to send delegates to
represent Hawaii at Its convention
which takes placo In tho latter end o!
this montK; stating that he regrets that
he has been unable to find a delegate,
but that ho hopes the movement Inaug
urated by the club will bo endorsed by
The Seattle Times ot Dec. 26 says:
Great Northern steamships will not
visit Honolulu on the trip homo from
Japaneso ports. A new schedule wilt
bo Issued within a few days showing
tho sailing dates tor the coming year,
which will provide for direct sailings
between Seattle and Oriental ports. I
An Associated Press dispatch a few
days ago declared that Honolulu was
under consideration as a port of call.
This question Is one that had been
bold tin fiver nlnrn thn linn u-na nntnli.
iislicd and was Investigated by Vlco
president Howard James when ho
wont to the Orient on the Initial voy-.
ugo of tho Dakota.
When Mr. James returned to Seattle
he stated that ho could not recommend
making Honolulu a port of call. Tno
question was taken up again whenUVIr.l
James reached St. Paul, and an au
thorized statement has Just been madol
by tho company to the effect that Ho-
nolulu will not be touched by the Hill
To call at Honolulu would necessi
tate steaming from tho northern to
tho southern routo and would add two
or three days' extra timo to tho Seattle
UMite. One of tho principal advan
tages of the Seattle routo is that It Is
tno most direct lino to Oriental ports'
and that tho steaming tlmo Is shorter
than to San Francisco. This advan
tage would bo thrown away If Hono
lulu wcro made a. port of call.
From a passenger department stand
point tbo Honolulu question has been
attractive, for there Is a good travel
Irom tho Hawaiian Islands that could I
be diverted by way of Seattle. It Is
questionable, though, whether or not
tho Oriental travel would bo affected
by tho longer sea voyage Tho passen-j
ger department has been anxious to
til the experiment, but a wnsto of1
thrco days' time, nt heavy expense, for,
tho sake ot a few extra passengers
has not been attractive to tho higher
company officials. '
Hill officials havo always maintain
fd that tho northern route Is a better
lino of travel than the Oriental run by
the southern line. Wero tho Hill lin
ers to touch at Honolulu tho northern
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 sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue 'Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
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Wholesale MAIN 92.
William J. Bryan has disappointed1. -,V V"?,' r
the insurgent classes of the Philip- S ,,.'l
pines. Attending one of their banquets "i' fanuary '
The Halelwa Limited will run on
December 31, and Mon-
he gave them no ground for beltat that '
be would aid armed enemies ot his
country. Evidently things seem differ
ent when he gets on the ground and
has a chance to size up the antl-Imper.
1st following at the Philippine end of
This two-hour train leaves Honolulu
at 8:22 a. m., returning arrives at
10:10 p. m.
' Excursion Tickets
- An observer ot Russian outward In- Excursion tickets to all points along
dlcatlons no sooner decides that thp the line will be sold by the Oahu Rati.
situation Is really under control than way on New Years Day. ' I
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Steamship Company's organization
Tho nuestlon. under consideration In1
various phases for several months, Is
now definitely settled against the Ho
A cablegram was received yesterday
afternoon, announcing tho death, at
Oberlln, Ohio, of Mrs. Mary J. Tnomp
son, mother of William A .Uowcn,
treasurer of Castle & Cooke, Ltd.,
youngest stater of the late Hon. S. N.
Castle. She leaves two other sons.
Chester II. Pond ot Moorhead, Miss.,
and Rev. Chaunccy N. Pond, p. D of
Oberlln, Ohio, whose son, Percy m.
Pond, Is a resident of Honolulu. Tbo
Coors of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., wero
tloscd to business yesterday afternoon.
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Nj E.; 8 a. m., velocity lC, direction N.
E.; '10 a. m., velocity lfl, direction' E.;
noon, velocity 12, direction Ei
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
a.. 0 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
U. S. Weather Bureau,
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afternoon. Y. O. smith was appoini-i minimum, 70. Ib.ia rnV7toV it n v.7w rt
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