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bF 4 fiVKNINO DIILLETIN. HONOLULU. T H.. 8ATUUDAY, JANUARY 6, 1906.
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
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ited, being flrst duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: Thnt the following
Is s true nnd correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Janu
nry 6th, 1906, of the Dally and Week-' proper protection, so that the Philip
ly Editions of tho Evening Ilulletln: Ipinc "shall never become n territory
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. in which a governing class of rich
Saturday, Dec. 30. 1905 237-1 plnnters exists by means of coolie lab
Monday, Jan. 1,1906 .. .. 2110 or" It should be shaped with n renll
Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1906 ... .2124 Izatlon that "there nro obstacles anil
Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1906 2113 great obstacles in the way of building
Thursday, Jan. 4, 1906 2116 tip a representative Amerhnn corn-
Friday, Jan. 5, 1906 zi09
Average Dally circulation 2157
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1905 2363
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
the Islond of Hawaii alone 1048
bumoiNED guaranteed averaoe
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fore me this Cth day of Jan u"arr ol ,reo ""c
ISEAL1 uary, 1906.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of IN YfcM lUAlCj SUGAR
.JAN. C, 1D00.
l)e Wltte's resignation and Morales'
death In battle arc now In tho Bamo
class with the iat and its nine lles.
isiung unincse are nueiy to lonj
remember the receptions at Honolulu
nnd San Krauclfco. Thcy'ro so dltte
Havvnll could ask nothing better than
the opening of the sugar marketing sea,
son with ca advance In market quota
Ireland ghca homo rule under ait
American Territorial form of govern
ment would be complete with Tom Mo
Tlghe for Governor.
Victory of tho Russian government
over the revolutionists, with the revolt
Hill continuing In some places, Indi
cates several large flics In tho oint
ment. Hawaii s Delegate has been given a
plate on three Congressional com
mittees. More than ono Congressmuu
considers himself lucky to bo well
placed on one. '
This Jden of our Territorial bonds
not finding a ready sale nt a reduced
per cent, enn't appeal very forcefully
to thoso who sell Industrial bonds of
An Indktcd Jailor at Hllo and an In
toxica ted Jailor nt Wnlalua on ate an
lmprestlon that tho Territorial polk
Lava been forgotten In tho great anx
iety that the County pollco shall h
Congress is deliberating on a bill to
ollow works of art freo entry to tha
United Slates. Certainly these things
thould not be forced to pay duty when
fo much not under this bead comes la
Sheriff Henry says Jailor Mayby of
lino is n good man, liavinc been with
the department fifteen years and pos
scsslng fifteen children. Now tho ques
tion Is, where the fifteen children como
In as a convincing argument on any
thing but a race suicide discussion.
The present Grand Jury Is InformcJ
that the last Grand Jury was good foi
nothing. Consequently If this Grand
Jury would gain honor in the esteem
of critics of the last Grand Jury II
must do what Its predecessor didn't,
legardlcss of the law and tho evldencn
Grand Juries can always find Individ
uahj anxious to make use of them foi
GLORIES OF BOSTON
Bishop Hamilton's Intensely Inter
esting lecture on some, persons of qual
ity in Doston Is so typically Ilostoncse
that It Is worthy of more than passing
The noted speaker says nothing and
Infers nothing in his discourse that U
not In exact touch with the spirit of
lloston and the atmosphere for which
it has an established reputation, Noth
ing, except it be the use of the word
"Devil" In telling n story, nnd even
that part of It might be blamed on Wor
cester. For Instance, In dwelling upon Cos
ton, exponents of this great Hub of
the Universe claim Longfellow by right
of eminent domain, Nordlra by Infer
ence and Eben Tourgee to satisfy tho
belief that good men and things can't
come from any other place on earth.
Longfellow nnd Nordtca were from
Maine and Tourgee from Rhode Island.
It would be Impossible for the natural
born Hojtonlan to tlilnk of these people
shedding their light throughout the
world from nn soiirie than lloiton
The beginning nnd the body of the
lecture me no more expressive of 1103-
ton thnn the closing. Here we find
that after n recitation of nil the great
I- nn mimed the tlonton Idea will lie
Uinni Hamilton Is to he eongraln
In'"d In having so successfully and nt
tracthely assembled the IJostonlanlsma
of Boston, nnd ,lf his hearers can't
nuroe with tliooe Isms, the can at least
he thnnUful that there Is one place on
this mundano sphereold whose Inhab
itants are happy In tho confidence that
there may he others but none possibly
quite so beatlfUolly perfect nnd great ns
THE PHILIPPINE FKOGRAM
Unofficial reports from rcprcscnta
tlNos of Hawaii In Washington are llav-
crcd with the suggestion that free trado
for the Philippines has beem programed
with tho necefsary majority In both
houses of Congress behind IL
jiorc tiian one program in the uniici
States Congress that seemed
Itnblc has been side tracked,
Presuming that the free trade pollr y
Is ndotttcd It Klinultl ItA ilnnn -with
tuunity in me rmiippiues "hut it u
not In the American character to glv
up In the faie df dlfflt nltles "
This Is the policy laid down for Ha
Far be It from the Ilulletln to assert
thnt this policy 1b anything but a good
ono ,rom 'ery 8"""I'oint. it it iwob ono of the passengers. He looked
cood for Hawaii, good for tho United m the captoln nnd then nt tho vessel,
Stntcs, good for the American peoplf tut he didn't hcsltntc long. If he had
it must be the proper thing for the ( hesitated ho would have been left be
Philippines, especially as the Philip hind, not lost A line was thrown him
pines Is the chief It not tho only beue- and ho climbed nbonrd slowly nnd
The first nnnual rcnort of tho rVim-
mlssloner of Corporations to tho Set
ictary of the Iluronu of Commcrco nnd
Labor uas been received bv thn Onv
crnor. The report, which Is a very
Ithort one, treats the special Investlg
tlons mndo of the beef, oil, steel and
"Investigations of tho sugar, tobnr-
co, coal and lumber Industries are lu
progress." says tho report.
Tho bark Nuuanu left this morning
for New York via Illlo with sugar. Sho
has aboard about 800 bags. Sho will
remain at Hllo a week for more sugar
Tho Nuuanu has been In port since
August 8th. Captain Jossclyn Is n
crcnt admirer of Honolulu and hates
to lenvo this port. Charles Orant. a
Philadelphia business man who haf
been hero for his health, coming round
tho Horn on thn ship, left with Cap
tain Jossclyn on tho NuuanuT
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The Halelwa Limited wllf run on
both 8unday, December 31, and Mon
day, January 1,
I This two hour train leaves Honolulu
at 8:22 a. m., returning arrives at
10:10 p. m.
I Excursion tickets to all points atonn
the line will be sold by the Oahu RalL
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Mrs J. Torrey Connor, tho novelist
and newspaper correspondent of Oak
land. Cat., wire of Captain V. A. II.
Connor, superintendent of tho hnrbor
dredging, who Is spending thrco
months hero with her husband, return
ed this morning from n trip to Hawaii.
Sho writes the following for the Pro
"My work ns newspaper correspond
nit has tnkcii me to many countries
and climes; hut, at home or nbroad, I
hnvo found nothing to cqunt the clmrm
of n sojourn In theso Hnwnllan Isles.
"In point of Interest, a trip to KI
tnueVs crater Is especially worthy of
note, I havo had many novel and
thrilling experiences In journeying up
nnd down the world; but this outranks
"Hawaii Is n place In which one may
Mrcnm nway trouble. It Is IMcn
Without tho serpent. Tho soft airs
woo one to rnnretfulness of nnv enrtlv
jy pursuit other thnn tho pursuit of
.happiness. The simple kindliness nnd
I friendliness of thn people enfold one
in, warmth trial Is like the lIMng
wnrmlh of the tropical sunshine Al
most we nro tempted to turn Hawaii
an, and stay ou forever amid Its scent
(d gardens nnd groves of palm nnd
spice, 'tho world forgetting, by the
mm ffiF LEFT
Army transports generally pull out
on time. A mlnuto beforo 12 o'clock
today after thu Sherman's gang plank
had been lowered, an nrrry officer
dashed unon tho wharf in a hack: ho
- - .- -- .-
clumsily, much to the amusement of
tho passengers and thoso on shore.
No sooner had the officer started up
the ropo than n Chinaman who had
been on the ship delivering laundry
discovered that tho gang plank wai
hnuled nway, nnd ho Ihcil here. ll
had inner been to San l'ranclsco and
ho didn't care much about going es
pecially on an army transport, where
ho waB likely to bo put In Irons for a
htowaway. So down ho climbed on
rope, cat fashion.
Hushing along tho pier nil out 'of
breath then catuo throe othors. These
were thought to bo tho last. They Ilk
cd Honolulu all right, but they wera
duo In San l'ranclsco on tho Sherman,
Another lino was thrown and one qj
them scampered up tho ropo rccj
uprightly. Hut tho other two wero not
m nlniblo and had a hard time time
getting aboard Just as the esscl swung
Into the harbor.
Just as tho transport reached the
mlddlo of tho channel nnd her engines
had been stnrted, not to stop ngaln un
til tho Golden Gate Is reached, three
other stragglers appeared, covered
with perspiration, out of breath, and
with scared faces. They made a fran
tic effort to get tho Iroquois or t
launch to take them to the out-going
"hip, but tliero was nothing doing and
tho trio wn loft In Honolulu. The)
do not understand why transport'
sbouk' bo so prompt about leaving the
wharf other boats never are.
Mary Kaona Joseph has filed a libel
(or Oltorco against I rank Hyl ester
Joseph nn grounds of lion support.
Mnnlago took place Dec 20, 160'J. n
' enr-old boy being tho result of tho
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CHANGES IN THE NEW YORK
New York Sunl
Mr. Gcorgo V Perkins resigned yes-
tcrdny as Iie president and ilialrmau
of the finance committee of the New)
York Life Insuranco Company, This
act I.nd been long foreshadowed as tho
natural outcome of conditions In life
insuranco for which no business man,
nor any Impaitlal observer, can hold
Mr, Perkins Individually responsible.
.Mr. l'erKins lias been tlio Mcllm of
methods which hno gronn to bo uni
versal In the business of llfo Insur
ance, methods which have been un
concealed without becoming common
knowledge, but methods which nro de
plorable nnd of which the tendency,
Ind It continued imiBt Inovitably bavo
Tho disclosures which havo for
months filled tho public mind were
precipitated without ueslgn or Inten
tion by the domestic quarrel of mi
group of gentlemen who wero engaged
In plundering the policyholders of ono
of the companies. The ensuing legis
lative Investigation led In turn to tho
most extraordinary revelations as to
tho conditions under which tho busi
ness of llfo Insurance was being car
ried on; revelations for which neither
tlio public nor those engnged In llfo In
surance were In tho least prepared,
Out of it all there stund out moBt
conspicuously certain well defined feo
turcs which concern thu wholo public,
'I ho first nnd most Impnrtnnt In tho
general acceptance is that which re
veals tho Individual dishonesty of men
Invested with sacred ti usts. The sec
ond, nnd In many respects tho more se
rious, Is that which discloses tho Leg
islature of the State, and Indeed the
Legislatures of many States, as en;
gaged In tho systematic and claborata
blackmail of Insuranco corporations.
This Infamous sjstcm of plunder had
grown to such dimensions that no lu
fcuratico company escaped Its oncra
nons anu an yiciucu to it in a greater
or less degree, and nppareutly had no
thought or now It might be evaded,
but only of how Us extortions might bo
Thero has been llttlo consideration
on the part of tho public for tho per
sonnel or mo insurance companies in
this matter, almost as llttlo as wns
Lhown for them by tho chartered buc
caneers of tho various States In which
they did business, It Is no defence of
them that they were forced to submit
to blackmail, but It would bo fairer to
them were It borne" In mind what their
alternative was, They had to submit
to It or go out of business, and In our
commercial llfo a man who allows
himself to bo driven out bf business,
who sacrifices his material self, for a
principle. ls. brutally and ruthlessly
classified as a fool. It very deeply af
fects the public welfare that this con
dition should cease. An aroused opin
ion will not toleruto that tho peoplo's
representatives lu tho government of
r great State .should degenerate Into
nn orgnniiatlon of blackmailers nrd
thieves, nnd thnt ull business, but es
peclall) that Mud of business which U
or tne most intimate common com cm.
thould he the prey .of a system or rob
bery nnd extortion snnctloned unJ
chartered by tho very neonlo Itself.
Many men have emerged fiom this
Inquiry blasted In their reputations,
iiiinod and humiliated In their private
lives, nnd even doubtful of their per-
t-onnl liberty. This Is because, unllko
the retiring vlco president of tho Now
Vork Life, It wob shown thnt they had
ilolated their trust anil sought to con
trlvo It to their own personal aggran
dizement. In Mr. Perkins s caso It has
been shown that tho most scrupulous
honor has determined his official con
duct and thnt no dollar of Illicit gain
over reached him. Whnt ho has to
bear and whnt llko others he may not
escape Is tho Imputation that ho was
part, a living and responsible part, of
n doplorablo system which neither ho
nor any ono else bad the power or tho
opportunity to resist. It will not do
to forget that tho things which nro bo
lng changed, which nro being cured.
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We Are The People
Style Is UP-TO-DATE
Prices Arc Right
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I Peruna is recommended by fifty members of I
I Congress, by Governors, Consuls, Generals, 1
tw a np j j - i rw iw
majors, uaptams, Aamirais, eminent rnysicians,
I Clergymen, many Hospitals and public institu- I
1 tions, and thousands upon thousands of those in 1
I the humbler walks of life. m
For special directions everyone should read 'The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle. Peruna
.t for sale by all chemists and druggists at one dollar per bottle or six bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait the necessary delay In receiving reply
ihould address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Benson. Smith & Co. wilt supply ths retail drug trade In Honolulu. 1
which nro being eradicated, nro under
going that process solely In obedience
to public Indignation und public re
sentment; that this supremo correct
ive contained tho only practicable rem
edy, and that It required a legislative
committee nul n Hughes to nrouso it.
Nor will It do to impute to men as
irlmcs what were really tho occasions
of misfortune that they could neither
avoid nor control.
As to Mr. Alexander E. Orr, who
wns elected to succeed Mr. Perkins In
tho vlco presidency of the company,
he needs no Introduction to tho public.
There Is no man whoso well-won rep
utation for integrity and honor stands
higher In tho community than does
that of Mr. Orr; whllo as to special fit
ness and approved ability to meet the
demands of a high fiduciary post of
this character It may bo doubted If a
better choice could hnvo been made.
A. F. Clark, P. C. P. (commissioned
by Dr. C. T. nodgcrs. District Dcnutv
(Jrand Slro), assisted by tho followlnif
Grand Officers: Grand Junior Wnrd
on, C. S. Crnne, P. C. P.; Grand Se
nior wnraen, w. u. l'arko, p. o. P.;
Orand Scrlbo, II. Oehrlng, P. C. P.,
r-nd Orand Treasurer, K. n. Hlngley,
I). D. a. 8., last night Installed tho fol
lowing officers of Polynesia Encamp
ment No. 1, I. O. O. F., for tho ensuing
Chief Patriarch rauj Smith,
High Pilcst F. M. McOrow.
Senior Warden U. A. Jacobson.
Junior Warden M. T. Blmonton.
Scribe L. L. La Pierre, P. O. P.
Treasurer F, W. Wood, P. C. P.
rirsi watcu h. uchrlng, P. C, P.
Second Watch F. A. Smith, P. C. P.
Third Watch W. A. Akormnn.
Fourth Watch M. O. Pilvctt.
Guide Z. C. Copcland.
Inside Sentinel Hen. F. Lee.
First flunrd at thn Tnnl v n
Second tlunrd of thn Tent r a
Trustees W. fi. PnrWn P r i . u
Oehrlng, P. C. P.; and F. A. Smith,
i u. i .
Tho steamer Klnnu rnmn tn ahnrtiv
before 8 o'clock this morning from
iiuo anu way ports, in addition to
Honolulu and Island passengers sho
hrnimht n mimhpr nf tnn,l.ia ...t.n-
havo been to tho Volcano. The Kl-
iaus cargo is as follows: 7 bags cof
fee, 7 barrels bottles, 9 cords wood, 10
bags taro, 11 pigs, 12 crates chickens,
1C bundles awa, 17 kegs nails, E2 emp
ty kegs, 54 bundles tank material, 120
packages sundries, SU0 cases salmon,
Tho bark Cmllv F. Whltnov In at
Mnkawell loading sugar.
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New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices riuch 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.
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When buying tomato catsup bear In mind that many brands are
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