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fcVBNiKo Bulletin. Honolulu, t. h Thursday, jan. h, isos.
Pu 1 Every Dajr Except Sunday,
mg Street, Honolulu, ,
H., by the
ISH1NQ CO., LTD
Carter'B apparently hasty action has
Nlolated this community sentiment (or
The Dullclln has hesitated to draw n
conclusion until the Oovetnor had
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.,
mado his statement. Ills response to
the llulletln was that the reporter pro
bably knew nil about the Incident (the
Scotch whiskey) bcloro he did; there-
3' fore, by Inference, thero was nothing
Entered at the Postofflco at Hono-
tulu as second-class matter.
Editor more to say.
Assuming, as wo roust assume, that
this Is nil there Is to It, Tho llulletln
Is bound to concludo that the presence
Payable In Advance.
: pf a bottle or Scotch whiskey In Judge
Itoblnsons chambers ana tnc ton-
sumption of one-third Its contents by
attorneys wa t ng all night for a ver
diet, or tho consumption of one glass
by the Judge himself, is not sufficient
lenson for the withdrawal or tnc sup
Fer month, anywhere. In U. S..f ,75 port of anyone, and, If tho support be
Tor quarter, anywnero in u. a., z.uv, withdrawn, should not prcicm uis re
cer year, anywnere in u. a s.uu appointment.
Per year, postpaid, forotgn 11.00 Whether it bo with mallco of fore1
We.klv Bulletin .thought or not, Judgo Itoblnson has
t, ,,. Bulletin, 'been attacked by Innuendo. Ho Is not
lx months ................. .60 ft wne.blubcr or n tippler, nor has his
fer year postpaid, foreign . ...
Of TOWELS and TABLE LINEN.
Territory of Hawaii,
1.00 n,..i fn,,!,,! tlin minlltv nt tllcnllv.
2'u0 Tho radical action of the Governor Is
5 canable of creating the Impression that
Itoblnson Is nil this and, perhaps, mora
'that he should not be.
I Started with this characteristic of In'
nm-nrio. It Is most natural that tho
nrotcst of Itoblnson's friends should
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. a. IIOCKUS, Iluslncss Manager of
the llulletln Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath, iccm with angry Innuendo against the
deposes and says: That tho following Governor. This may aid In letting olf
Is a truo and correct statement of clr- steam, hut It is bcsldo tho mark,
dilation for tho week ending Janu- Tho incident must sooner or later be
ary 6th, 1806, of the Dally and Week- considered on its inorlts and a proper
ly Editions of tho Evening llulletln: senso of falr-dcallng will Inspire
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. speedy action to right a wrong, tho
Saturday, Dec. 30, 1905 2374 result of misinformation or mlsappro-
Monday, Jan. 1, 1908 2110 hcnslon or exaggeration of fncts.
Tuesday, Jan. 2,1906 2124 The sentiment of Honolulu people Is
Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1906 ziu tlmt Judgo Itoblnson merits reappoint-
Monday Jan. 15th., at 8 o'clock,
we will place on sale a limited quantity of
o AND -o ,r T r'h
o AT REDUCED PRICE8 o
In looking over the following list, remember that the regular prices are
exceptionally low for these goods, so that every cent off Is a cent saved
to the purchaser.
Those advertised as PURE LINEN are guaranteed to be PURE LINEN,
and will satisfy the most exacting demands as to wear and appearance.
18x34 Inch, UNION LINEN S1.90 Doz.
18x36 Inch, PURE LINEN S3. 75 Doz.
21x40 Inch, PURE LINEN $5.75 Doz.
UP TO PLANTATIONS.
60 Inch, DAMASK LINEN, extra special at
20 Inch DAMASK NAPKIN8
72 Inch PURE LINEN ....
22 Inch NAPKINS to match
72 Inch PURE LINEN ....
22 Inch NAPKINS to match
72 inch PURE LINEN ....
22 Inch NAPKINS to match
Thursday, Jan. 4, 1906 2116
Friday, Jan. a, isu.. ivs
Average Dally circulation 2157
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dee. 26, 1905 2363
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
thetistond of Hawaii alone ....1048
COMC 'ED guaranteed average
BULLETIN I'UULISHINCI CO.. LTD,
Ily C. 0. IJOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be-1
foro mo this ctn day oi J an
SEAM uary, 19i'6. .
P. H. UURNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
.JAN. 10, 1900.
Date Wlthlngton writes tho Adver
tiser to say that his remarks should bo
taken as a Joke. Had the llulletln said
this Dno probably would hao gut
About the time that L. A. Thurston
Jvas on board ship, leaving for the
Coast, the llulletln stated that ho hu-j
nskod Ooernor Carter to withdraw his
. .... vt-i.t it.. ,AHi
support oi juugo uuuiuBuu. u ".' Tenney
quite sate in saying inai mis siory Thompson
us truo as nunureus oi omcrs which nnandale:
me iiuiictin nas ioiu ui .n. iuuuiuu
(luring the past few years. Advertiser.
Possibly the man whom the llulletln
quoted had taken his share of a third
of a bottle not The bottle of Scotch
whiskey. At all events tbo man who
denied strenuously that Davo Wlthlng
ton had anything to do with It, shut
up like a clam when Thurston's name
was proposed In tho same connection
This Is negative proof of the same orde
as a Judicial orglo on a third of a bol
tlo of whiskey.
ment. Should hu fall of this for nnj
reason, tho position or his successor
under all tho circumstances would not
be n hnppy one. Ho ennnot escape be
ina classed as tho beneficiary of a po
litical trick, not n proper almosphero
tor a Judge In a court or justice.
When a man hns mado an error ht
nirnnt-thrns himself mora by showing
that ho has tho force of cliarnctcr to
ndmlt nnd correct it, than fighting to
mull his immo through regardless of
Per S. S. Ventura, from San Fran
cisco, Jan. 10. Kor Honolulu: A. V.
Atone. Miss C. Alrhnrt. O. Axtcll, Mts,
N. A. Waclt and child, Miss M.-G. Dor
den, V. A. llurke, P. F. Duller, Mls
M. Dutlcr. II. II. Campbell, Mrs. W.
H. Coruwell. Dr. N. 11. Cox, Mrs. Cox,
A. W. Eamcs, Mrs. C. Edc, V. tEdo,
Mrs. Edo, M. E. Klbush, II. M. McCart
ney, M. P. McCartney, D. W. Morlan,
Mrs. Morlan, Miss Oertrudo Morlan,
Mrs. 11. Pfcll. Mrs. Itobt. Quick, Master
Quick, W. II. Illckards, .Mrs. J. Iloscn
here nnd child. S. N. Sheridan, E. II.
Stace. Mrs. Stagg. V. 1 Tenney, Mrs.
Vernon Tenney, i-roi, u,
For Pago Pago: D. I
For Auckland: Isaac
Coleman. Miss Hunt, Mrs. O. Smith, II.
Whltson, Mrs. Whltson. For Sydney:
C. K. Benlamln. P. Brandt. Adam Hal-
lldav. Henry. A. Knox. A. J. E.
Lee, J. II. Selandcr, Mrs. Selandcr and
child. It. C. Simpson, Stefan Tokcy, E.
A. Weinberg, Mrs. Weinberg. Mlsa E.
M. Weinberg. -Miss II. II. Weinberg. A.
Wyclt, .Mrs. Wyett, II. P. Hajes. Join
at Honolulu for Auckland: J. M. Gil
lette, L. L. Gillette.
72 Inch PURE LINEN ....
22 Inch NAPKINS to match
(Continued from Page 1.)
Before a colony or a largo number
of people dccldo to try their fortune In
Hawaii they should first send ono ofl
two reliable persons to Investigate and
report on tho prospects. This is only
n precaution for safety sake. Wo be
lieve that tho government ran satisfy
iny reasonable person that what It oi
lers Is all that could be expected.
Our chief Industry, at present, Is the
growing of sugar cane, bananas and
pineapples, although the growing of si
sal for Its fiber and rubber trees for
their gum Ms making soma headway.
Coffee, tobacco and vanilla arc grow
ing in somo districts. Of tho above
r.amed Industries enno nnd pineapples
fro looked upon with tho most favor,
of course, with the above named In
dustries it Is necessary that ono
thould bo nblo to support one's self for
from ono to two years while tbo crop
it- planted and growing to maturity.
A man can get along with a small
capital If ho takes up a small plt-co of
land and mortgoges his crop In ad
vance, but that puts tho balance on
tho wrong sldo to start with, for tho
interest would cat up most of the prof
its. To make a success of settling pn.
our public Innds tho settlers should)
como In colonics of ten or more fami
lies, nnd come expecting to work hard
for a time at least.
Our cllmato Is without question tho
best In tho world, tho temperature av
eraging about 73. Our population ta
ken In 1900 wns 161,001. The number
of school children attending school,
; 20,100. Tho value of our government
(schools, excluding lands, (810,000; val
ine of all private school property, $1,
' 333,000: average dally attendance, 87
(average monthly wages of teachers,
751. Wc havo 270 churches, property
valued nt JI.2C7.000. Our imports
amounted to almost $15,000,000 and
tur exports amounted to . nioro than
. J3C,0CO,OO0. Excess of valuo of ex
ports over Imports wero $21,000,000
- - -" I Custom houso receipts for tho year
,'bottlo of wrlskcy drunk In tho Judge's 1905, 11,013,310.38.
.chnmbor that night by eight or ten Tho past year was tho banner year
men, Including myself, which was a n tho vnluo of our exports, a gain of
i God-send to men who waited (Ivo and almost $11,000,000 over 1904, and a
ono-balf hours for tho Jury to bring In Kftn of nlmost $7,000,000 over the most
I their verdict. I saw no liquor drunk prosperous year that of 1902.
In tho court room. I left tho place at T, t of frut bo d
?iC.": ?'.,?d t,??..3.ur?r0UBl,t ln 1U preserved, show a gain In value of n
WU.S. MINISTER TO ENGLAND
Commends Pe-ru-na to All Catarrh Sufferers.
SI. 00 '!
EHLERS Good Goods
?wss: ? fcgissfe!cijj
. lA cwti fitfcfinJmJij
I nm willing to stand for anything
Ilo which I am entitled, but I'll bo d d
If I'll allow tho Governor or nny ono
i-l8o to load stuff upon my shoulders
inais noi uuo mo. i vo iroumes oi my
traction nioro than 32 over llko ex
pOrtB of 1904, Coffco shows an In
crease both In quantity and valuo,
though not up to whnt It has been.
Timber, slsnl and wool havo more than
doubled In export valuo during tho
Hon. Louis E. Johnon Is the son of tbo late" ltovcrdy Johnson who was United
States Senator from Maryland, alio Attorney General under President Johnson,
and United States Minister to England, and who was regarded as tho greatest
constitutional lajvyor that over lived.
In a recent letter from 1000 V St., N. W., Washington, D.C., Mr. Jolinion says t
"No one should longer suffer from catarrh when Peruna Is ac
cessible. To my knowledge It has caused relief to so many of my
friends and acquaintances, that It Is humanity to commend Its use to
all persons suffering with this distressing disorder of the human
system." Louts E. Johnson. ,$
Thero Is but one remedy that has ths
.. i. - ,..... ..I.. ......... ... I-ast year.
, """.' .","",", ""!., " " ""ft .V ,, deration tho people of our Territory
i..r:-V-. 7 n-.t-.;- . I'avo every good reason to expect sue-
VICTORY FOR THE PEOPLE
Among all the obvious benefits which
'tho County system of local self govern
ment has brought our citizens It is dlf-
llcult to name any that will redound
rnoro to their comfort, pleasure and
general well being than tbo contem
plated purchaio of beach property ta
bo used as a public beach resort. In
connection with the Kuplolanl Parle
BOB ATKINSON BETTER.
Bob Atkinson, who Injured his head
diving at Walklkl Sunday, Is today re
ported much better. It Is expected
that he will pull uirough all right.
She 8. S. Ventura, arriving this af
ternoon, mado the trip from San Fran
cisco ln flvo days. 17 hours and 20
minutes. She hns aboard 196 tons of
general cargo for Honolulu. Coal will
bo taken on here. Tho vessel will prob
ably get out somo time toulght.
It seems a great mlsfdrtuno that the' The demurrer In the enso of the Tcr-
people at any timo should be forced to "tory against niniit nnu otner occu
buy back their own property. 8norl nan,s of ,llB "'d Cnmarlnos premises
sighted policies of the past, however, wns argued beforo Judgo Lindsay this
furnish stronger arguments for right- morning.
Ing tho wrong at the first favoring 6c-, The bark W. 11. Flint duo to leave
cailon and developing in the future on San Francisco for Honolulu on Do-
broader lines, - comber 29th and has been delayed and
"We 'should hnvo a public bathing Is awaiting a shipment of fertilizer.
beach" has been tho perrennial cry
ln years passed when thero has beou
no 'immediate opportunity of fulfilling
Now that the opportunity offers, tho
representative of the people would bo
falco to a proper Ideal of their duty it
they failed to Improve It, and once
having secured control of the property,
see that It Is developed in a manner
that will add to the beauty of the city
suburbs while serving the interests of
our cosmopolitan population.
RIGHT THE WRONG
' " JCOI
Thero can bn little doubt that the
people of Honolulu are very unanimous
In believing Governor Carter has
made a most unfortunate error In
withdrawing his support from Judgo
Itoblnson for reappointment to tho Cir
cuit Bench, for no other reason than
that stated by tho Governor tho now
land trial lncidont, In whlcha bottle
of Scotch whiskey was brought to tbo
Judge's chamber and one-third of tho
whiskey consumed by court officers
nnd attorneys kept up all night
awaiting the return of tho Jury.
It Is unfortunate, because every
Statement of the case from reputable
witnesses strengthens the impression
that Judge Itoblnson has been done a
It Is unfortunate becauso every Inci
dent leading up to tho Governor's with
drawal of his support, Is so circum
stantially placed aa to givo the appear
nnce of a political trick approaching
In the midst of all the competition
for place, for power, ln all tho harsh
side of life, there Is always to bo found
In an enlightened and reasonably pro
gressive community a firm belief in,
nnd solid sentiment for, fair play.
The Itoblnson Incident and Governor
8IX-ROOM COTTAOE 'l
CONNECTED WITH 8EWER
LOT 60x90, FRONTING ON TWO
PRICE, $2,100 '
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.,
County Treasurer Trent yesterday of
tcrnoon received from tho Territorial
Treasury tho hum of $79,440,47, the
balance due the County on the propor
tion of tho taxes allowed for tho sir,
months ending December 31st.
The Territory has each month been
handing over to the County nmounti
short of what the County was realty en
titled to. In case the tax returns should
fnl short of estimates.
Payments to tho County, from July
to December, Inclusive, amounted to
t2SC.G30. With the nearly eighty thou
sand dollars just received, by way o(
balnncu One, the County has received
to tato $335,970.47. Besides this,
l5,UJt havo been received from the
special road tax deposit fund, so thai
the grand total of receipts from taxrr
amounts to $301,891.47 for tho Count'
(Continued from Pagt 1.)
eral of tho actors In tho drama to
como with him to seo tho Governor to
fceciiro him a vindication a la Derby.
Thompson's attitude in tbo matter is
best shown by tho folloA-Jng communi
cation, which ho nddresscd to Tbo Bul
letin this forenoon:
Editor' Evening Bulletin: No man
was nioro surprised at what was print
ed In yesterday's Bulletin than was
tho man whq was accused of being a
py. for our worthy Governor.
I was iulormcd by Judgo Itoblnson
that 'Governor Carter had told him
that Thompson was tho man, from
whom ho had received his Information,
on being asked If bo .meant Frank
Thompson, ho said, "No; the othei
Thompson." As I waa then in wait
ing, ho could mean no other than my
eir. Iri Justlca to myaejf, It la no more
than fair to stata that tho Hon. Oeo.
Carter has never had occasion or op
portunity to speak a word to mo slnco
I arrived here, nearly twenty ycarB
ago, nor has he over act foot In my
If tbo Governor was looking for a
pretext for withdrawing his endorse
ment of Judgo Itoblnson for a second
term, ho certainly picked on a most
If It Ima como to such a pass In Ho
nolulu that a nod from Governor Car
ter will make or break a man, It Is
time tho people got together and work
ed a change.
As for what occurred that, nlglit in
the Judge's room, I saw nothing which
would tend to lessen theV dignity of the
Judge's position or bring ridicule upon
any ono present, 'mere was nair n
had reference to, Geo. Carter lies most
J. O. THOMPSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 10.
Cntorrh Poison. -""
Catarrh Is capable of changing Ml the
llfo-glvlng secretions of tho body Into
ncaldlng fluids, which destroy and) In-
flamo ovcrv nart they como in contact
Taking everything Into con' with. Applications to tho places affect
ed by catarrh can do llttlo good savo to
soothe or quiet dliagrccablo symptoms,
llonco It Is that gargles, sprays, atom
izers nnd Inhalant only servo as tem
porary relief. 1
cess not only In Its growing industry
but In their efforts to Amerlcanlzo
this land on broad American lines.
Wo havo requested tho Promotion
Commlttco to send you Uteraturo re
garding tho iBltnds, which, wo hope,
will be of somo Interest to yourself
Henry Bendnll, son of Bendall of
Bcndall & Tillman, wholcsalo mer
chants of San Francisco, had his left and friends.
hand crurhed In the machinery aboard! Yours truly,
tho dredger Pacific this morning. 1 CLARENCE I.. CIIABBE,
Amputation was necessary. ' Assistant Secretary
desired ofTect, and that remedy is Pe
runa. This remedy strikes at onco to
tho roots of catarrh by restoring to tin
capillary vessels their healthy elas
ticity. Peruna Is not a temporary pal
llatlvc, but a radical cure.
Send for Dr. Hartman's latest book,
sent free for a short timo. Address Tho
Peruna Drug Manufacturing Co., Co
Fnr unwlnl directions everyone ssould read "The Ills of Life, a copy or
which surrounds each bottlo. Peruna Is for sale by all chemists and drug
gists at ono dollar per bottle, or six bottles lor Ave dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait tho
necessary delay ln receiving a reply should address Dr. S; B. Hartman, Co
lumbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
Benson, Smith & Co. -will supply tb.e retail drug trade In Honolulu.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
YOUR VACATION. '
The best of everything
ALL 80RT3 OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL TrE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Hatelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited,
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returmr;, tnlve In Honolulu at 10:10
p. m. jjul,,.. jjuLtuu-iAia
To Order For Little Money
100 Suit Lengths of First
Quality English Cloth
NO TWO PIECES ALIKE
These Are Regular $3500 Suitings, We
Closed Out This Line At a Big Discount
And Will Take, Orders During
Best Workmanship Best Linings.
Made From Start to Finish by White Labor
See Some of the Goods on Display
in Two of Our Big Windows
It is said that the proposed first pay
ment hy tho County of Oahu to tlu
Honolulu Hapld Transit & Land Com
pany, under tho agreement by wnicu
tho car company Is hauling road-nlllng
material for tho County, may bo tho
subject of Injunction proceedings to
lest tho proposition as to whether or
not such agreements should be mad
without a call for tenders.
County Attorney Doutbltt stated al
a recent meeting of tho Doard of Su
pervlsors that.lt was his opinion that
It waa not nccossary to call for bids In
a matter of this nature, but, for tho
cako of getting a Judicial opinion la
Iho promises, an Injunction proceeding
may bo Instituted to restrain tho Coun
ty from making tho first payment un
der the agreement
Thero Is still talk of Contractor O
II. Wilson Instituting Injunction pro
ceedings agatnBt Contractor L. M.
Whltehouso, who has awarded tho con
tract for rcpjlrlng tho Poll road. Wil
eon kicked vigorously totho Hoard ol
Supervisors on the advertisement for
Lids. Ho declared that tho call for
tenders was not sufficiently advertised
and be will probably test this phaBo of
tho matter in tho courts. As exclu
sively tokl In' yesterday's llulletln, lis
lilso Intends taking the matter of tha
contract before the Grand' Jury for in
vestigation. i i
County officers are busy preparing
their first annual reports for presenta
tion at tho next regular meeting of tho
Hupcrvlsors, on the lGth.
Floe Job Tinting at The Bulletin
L Bi KERR &
Dy young man from Coast, 10 years!
experience general dry goods, men's
furnishing and shoes, position, na
salesman; bcBt references. Addross
W., Dulletln. , 3277-lw
houses to let
homes for sale
lots for sale
rent nd company
938 FORT STREET.
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