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Voi XVIII No. 3278
On February 1st the BULLETIN will present to the reading public of Hawaii the most elaborate automobile
competition that has ever been offered in these islands. A magnificent touring car and other good things wili make
up a grand program for the public and figure in the great auto event of the year February 22. All the details of
the competition are necessities of Progress you will need. It's a good one.
AUDITOR FISHER COMPLETES FIGURES
Auditor FUlier has prepared a bunch Of this total $1,737,793.69 was spent
of claborato and detailed atlstlcM on ajarlcs and goncral expenses, 30.:
i mi i. .. il. it..kinntnn 441.18 on hook fund, $70,859.47 on re
which will be ghen the Washington ng school building i. and $39,799.76
delegation to fortify It for Its argument on new buildings.
In favor uf the 75 per cent refunding n. .i.ini r hn rr.int nf hn
hill. The statcmenu Include statlatlcs)PllblcfLnnUg Commission bIiowb as
regarding Federal expenditures, Terri
torial nuances and other such matters
regarding which the delegates will
probably he questioned.
Under the head of receipts and ex
penditure for eight years the follow
ing showing is mado:
Fiscal Year. Itecclpts. Kxpcndtrs.
1S97-1S9S $2,361,131 J2.003.01C
J 898-1899 2,817,200 2,340,837
1899-1900 3,348,003 3,481,159
1900-1901 2,140,297 2,570,680
190M902 2,473,173 2,382,909
1902-1903 2,387,716 2,603,191
J903-1904 2,415,350 2,814,055
1901-1905 2,334,813 2,240,732
Tho expenditures for 1900 Include
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tu 1UUU iuim vuail.
Under tho heading of nmounts ex
pended by tho Federal Government In
tho Territory since annexation the fol
lowing is shown:
Supreme Court $ 77,500 00
Circuit Courts 103,000 00 1
II. ri. District Court ' 69.600 00
U. 8. District Attorney . . 32,000 00
U. 8. Marshal 4 136,266 65
Internal Revenue Service. 75,054 96
U. S. Customs Service . . . 524,193 91
Honolulu l'ost Offlce 169,521 78
U. 8, Naval Station 69,000 00
U. S. Lighthouse Service .
V. 8. Fortifications and
Sites, etc. 211,000 00
II a l.'vnnrlmonl Stnllnn. IM flnft fill
U. S. Marine Hospital Ser- ' I
vice 217,500 00
U. 8. Weather llurcau .... 5,100 00 ,
Total $1,825,090 80
Tho foregoing figures mainly repre
sent salaries and running oxpenses for
I ho different bureaus. Tho U. S. Im
migration officer Is unable to glvo any
totals. Besides these thcro have been
Detailed statements nro also given
of tho taxes collected for tho six
months ending Dec. 31, 1905, tho re'
eclpts and expenditures under tho loan
lund, taxes collected for 1905, the to-
tal being $1,941,184.40; and a state-1
mont of the Superintendent of Public;
Instiuctlon, tho totals being as follows: '
July, 1900, to June, 1901
July, 1901, to Juno, 1902.
July, 1902. to June, 1903.
July, 1903, to June, 1904.
July, 1904, to June, 1905.
V) Correct Clothes for Mav&
vresvcj-', y?.AKm &
July Land Revenue.
1900 to 1901.. $104,819.91
1901 to 1902.. 103,886.69
1902 to 1903., 105.078.15
1903 to 1904.. 124,411.04
1904 to 1905 130,763.93
Totals . ..$568,959.74 $123,995.24
Tho summary of disbursements nnd
iccclpts of tho custom houso of tho
Hopubllc of Hawaii from July 1, 1897,
to Juno 30, 1900, is as follows:
1897-98 ... $ 764,903.20 $ 81.875.88
1898-99 . . . 1,075,573.80 119,918.62
Totals . .$3,172,168.99 $329,217.27
A summary of taxes collected for
eight years Is as follows:
1838 811,81V. vu
Other summaries dealing in stmllal
'ubjects have been prepared and han
L'U IU MIU IUV1UUUI0 Ul IUD UVICttUblvu.
ON MIR FRONT WEAK
Joe Gomez, a Portuguese, was picked
up In a starving condition on tho water
front this afternoon by Officer Charles
Mulcltncr and taken to tho pollco sta
tion. Tho Portuguese Consul will bo
. notified of tho man's condition.
Without money, friends, relatives or
a place to sleep Gomez has wandered
about town for days and days at a time
picking up scraps of food here and
there and baroly managing to exist. He
. 376,496.26 Is badly emaciated as a result of fall
, 400,013.66 Ing to get sufficient food and as he lay
, 409,048,84 on a bench In the police station yard
, 335,136,25 J presented a pitiable BlghL The man's
mind Is believed to bo effected.
,$1,884,894.10' For days at a time, ho says, he has
For equal or more money no
rain coat is as good as those
bearing this label
MAKERS NEW yRK
Their beauty and "all -.round
superiority has made them
the choice of all men
$18,00 to $26.00
For sale only by
The Hash Company.
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NOWHERETIS THE GOAL' OF THE MERllfWHO FOLLOWS THE ROAU IU
HONOLULU. TKMUTORY OP HAWAII. THURSDAY. JANUARY 11, 190(1
(Special by Wireless.)
Kallua. North Kona. Hawal. Jan. 11.
Tho principals In tho Hulouloa caw,
who took possession of tho Bchool houso
and ordered representatives of the De
partment of Public instruction on tne
premises, were today arrested by High
Sheriff Henry and charged with riot.
The hearing of this case will lie held
beforo tho District Magistrate tomor
row. Deputy Attorney General Pros
per is prosecuting the case.
Tho principals are supposed to bo
Mrs. Mary Atchcrley, acting for Mrs.
Davis, Attorney Mills ami such perrons
as assisted them In keeping tho Terri
torial officers out.
AS A SURPRISE
Tho Kilts of Honolulu have a sur
prlso In storo for them with tho ex
ception of one or two. A full grown
elk, with antlers, teeth, eyes, Btandlng
erect but stuffed arrived this morn'
Ing on the 8. 8. Alaskan, consigned to. others present, namely, that there was
the Honolulu local lodge of Elks as a .but very llttlo whiskey consumed and
glfp. Charles lllshop, tho congenial, Is
tho shipper, it seems. During his stay
at Seattle he happened to hear of tho
stuffed elk nnd soon made arrange
ments to have It shipped here to adorn
the luxurious lodge looms of tho local
organization. Charley docs not even
make the claim that ho killed the an-1
The elk is an elegant specimen of tho'am going over to see him about It
once famous and well known Inhab- now."
Itant of the Rocky Mountains, now Thompson called on tho Governor at
nearly extinct. Adorned with a hand- n a. m. nnd was closeted with him for
some pair of antlers nnd beautifully 'fifteen or twenty minutes. Tho Inter-,
nnd expensively mounted tho elk was, view was of a moat peaceful nature.
shipped to the club hero as a surprise.
A few have been notified of tho ship
ment, but tho others will not bo official
ly notified of tho affair until they call
ut tho lodge rooms or read tho nous-
not eaten a bite, night after night ho
has prowled tho water front, sitting
down now an J then and occasionally. I
sleeping a few hours. In the day time,
Gomez walked about a great deal to
ps iffPnn t jIaaI in1.. !. .. A Affl !. t-A
escape being conspicuous, tired nnd
barely able to walk. This afternoon
Officer Mulcltncr found tho poor man
laying on a pile of rocks, weak from
the lack of food and scarcely able to
walk. Ho never had courage to ask Tor
food and suffered the agonies of hunger
And It Is a Gem A perfectly occur
ato Adding Machine. Call In and seo
It. Price, $12.50. Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd., solo agents.
You can Judge some cffcslve hnnd
shakes by their touch.
The deep wntcrs always profit by tho
;, If you have money saved up, and If
you get excited by the stories of how
John W. Gates, or Chas. M, Schwab, or
Mr. Leeds, made a million In a day on
a luCKy turn in hocks, minx ana Keep
on thinking before you use your money
for speculation. You must remember
that where there are great winners
there must be great losers, and of tho
latter you never hear, invest your
money wisely and you Will get a fair
return and be happy. We shall be
happy to give you expert advlco on In
vestments or to Invest your money for
you In such channels as our long expe
Trust Co., Ltd
i port Street, Honolulu
BULLETIN ADS HIT THE MARK
No Thompson Told
Of Robinson Orgy"
GOVERNOR SAYS HE WAS MISQUOTED
Tho fact that tho Governor has mado
no charges against Judgo Robinson,
but has merely withdrawn his endorse
ment of him for rc-appolnltnent, Is
leading many to bcllcvo that no Inves
tigation of the wholo "orgy" affair will
"The Governor has mado no charges,
he says," said Judgo Robinson. "So
in that caso I do not expect that my af
fidavits will be presented. I havo
heard nothing from Washington. I
did not expect to hear anything.
"In tho meantime J do not think that
my reputation for sobriety, truth and
veracity has been Injured In even tho
slightest degree, whllo the Governor
has hnd to take hack numerous state
ments made by him. I feel convinced
that with tho exception of the Govern
or and those who nro with him for po
litical reasons, thcro Is no onu In this
Territory who docs not support my
endorsement for ro-nppolntmcnt. Even
the Advertiser has not attempted to
deny tho facts of the caso as present-
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ridiculous:' '""""tie Cigar Store will move Intp tho
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at .the memorable midnight vigil in
Judge, Robinson's chamber, returned
from Maul this morning. He corrobor
ated tho statements made by all the
that no one was under the Influence
of liquor In even the slightest degree.
"Why, there waj only about - ten
drinks taken out of that bottle," said
"I haven't snoken
that ho had been
a lout the "orgy".
to him for over n month." ho said. "I
"Tho (iocrnor said to mo that I,
knew that I hnd not spoken with him j
fnr two month's," said Thompson, when
noon Immcdlntelv after his talk wlih
.Carter. "He said that ho had not said
that I, or Jack Thompson, or any other
Thompson had Informed him about tho
hffalr. He had mentioned that Thomp-
son wns present, and his statement
hnd been misconstrued. No one had
been more surprised at tho Thompson
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' "Tho tlnvnrnnr anM fitt-thoi h t
mado no dlfferenoo whether ono or
two bottles of whiskey were In tho
chamber. He did not Ilka tho presence
of any liquor there. He hnd taken bis
action as a matter or principle.
hat tho Governor .. n"ot as yet sent
t Its iiti.lAretnAfl Alt t nl Aitftliatt
the recommendation of nnyono to sue
reed Judgo Robinson to Washington.
While there arc -some attorneys iwho
tnink tnnt tne uovernor win oner ma.
this is not probable. Tho general im -
rrcssion seems to bo that Matthowman
would accept it. On the other hand, it
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Jar Association would care to accep
tho endorsement under the present
circumstances, at least not beforo the
meeting of tho liar Association, which
has been called for Januaiy 20 to con
sider tho reappointment of Robinson,
has taken place. Attorney Anderson
and W. T. Rawlins nro among those
whom It Is predicted Carter has in
George D. Gear has opened law of
(Ices in thorooms formerly, occupied
l.v t- ln.ltpa 1lflt.h nn t nnhnmnnll
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
The Henry Watorhouso Trust Com
pany finds that business increases to
such an extent that more office room Is
. Today n deal was concluded whereby
"le """ "pany win cxien.i uom
the trust company will extend Its of-
Mmle Clir store on Fort street',
nnd FltxpatrlcK. proprietor of the Myr-'
"" y vurnmmiiui.. ..uu in. iui mm; ut-
cuplcd by Martin, the tailor.
With the new arrangements the offl
ics of the Henry Waterhouso Trust
Company Will extend from Merchant I
street, upon the corner of which and!
Fort Is the main cntrame, down on I
Fort street to where the sldo entrance ',
to the Campbell block upstairs ofllco
rooms la located. It is understood that
tho additional space will bo occupied
by the Insurance department.
Fltzpatrick wll find mora room for
his large cigar and tobacco stock in
Martin's old placo than ho at present
OF THE IROQUOIS
Captain Nlblack of tho U. S. 8. Iro-
aols has been unofficially appointed by
the Ilrltlsh Consul to Hawaii as tho
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Kealakekua bay, near Napoopoo, Ho-
wal. For years the repairs and gen
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l..n In Ih. hnml. nf ih tlrtll.h IWt
stationed at Ksqulmalt, Ilrltlsh Co-
lumbla. Some time ago the discontin
uance of the squadron's headquarters
I at that point was announced. Annual
I ly or once In every two years perhaps.
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Ill II MUIUP Ullll ItJII 1111 Htl IL'I us iriiaiin
1 ,. The cannon lmM hIcn
foJerthe upright cannon "bout tlio
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u0 owning io prevent ram from en
,n( the interior of the former wal
pieces and rust has for years been
slowly but gradually eating away the
solid mass, Captalu Nihtack'a Idea Is
to make a trip to Kealakekua bay some
time on the Iroquois. I)y means of ce
ment ho will patch up the opening so
that afterward rain cannot enter the
Interior of tho now rusty cannon.
Mamma: "Johnny, you look as If you
nad been lighting again, navo your
Yes, ma'am, I had to; Tom
my Jones hit mo on tho cheek." Mam
ma: "Well, you should havo turned tho
other cheek." Johnny: "I did and ho
hit that and soaked me on the nose.
Then I got mad and licked the stuffln'
out of him."
A nephew of the Emperor of China
and tho chief engineer of tho Chinese
Government are In England making
arrangements for tho building In China
of a great arrcnal or factory for the
making of military rifles. I
Tho 8. 8, Alaskan brought 7,000 bar-
ids of lime for Honolulu.
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Mongo
lia Jan. 19th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St,
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AN Y WHtH tP,'"nri '
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. The 8enate Committee on Commerce has or.
dered a favorable report made on the appropriation of $225,000. for a revenus
cutter to be stationed at Honolulu,
LONDON, Jan. 11. Prince Arthur of Connaught, Admlrtl Seymour and
other members of the royal commission who will present the Order of the
Garter to the Emperor of Japan, started for Toklo today. The Prince Is also
the bearer of orders of merit to Admiral Togo and Generals Oyama and Yama-gata.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. Statistics show that the sugar Imports of tho
country for the eleven months ended November 5th were the largest on rec
ord, showing a value or $148,576,345. Hawaii furnished 832,721,387 pounds and
and the Philippines 77,997,424.
IRKUTSK, Jan. 11. The prefect of police of this place was assassinated
today. The murderer escaped.
LOOTING REVOLUTIONISTS KILLED.
r)QA( Jan, n.The troops routed
to loot a train with treasure. Sixty-flower, killed.
AT HAWAIIAN HOTEL
Tonlgh't's tho night of the annual The entire belongings of the Inter
dinner of the Honolulu Merchants' As- Island Telegraph Co. was this noon
soclatlon, Tho banquet will bo spread purchased by Frank K. Thompson!
at tho Royal Hawaiian Hotel. trustee, for tho sum of $5,100. Tlionip-
Tho Invited guests will Include tho 'ton will not say fur whom ho Is acting
members of tho Washington dclega-jcs trustee Ho states that tho wlro
Him, Captain W. II. Lyon, U. S. N.; less service will bo continued without
Captain Humphreys, V. 8. A.; Dr. Ci- Interruption,
lor. U. S. M. II. 8.; Lieut. Slattery, Tho sale of the property, which In-
Captain Nlblack, U. 8. N.; ofllcers eludes station buildings, masts, dec
or tho Chamber of Commerce, the Plun'trlcal Instruments, furniture, etc. was
tors' Association, tho Uullders' and Tra mado by the High Sheriff, through his
'dors' Exchange, and tho Hawaii Pro- deputy. Gcorgo Sea, In pursuance
'motion Committee; tho heads of Fed- of the decree by Judge Do Uolt In tho
ernl departments and tho executive tase of Frank Thompson, trustee, vs.
heads of tho Territorial and County I Inter-Island Telegraph Co, The sala
governments. Iloolc placo In front of tho Capitol. J.
Governor Carter will not bo able to.F. Morgan conducted the sale. Thcro
Territory of Hawaii," Judge 8. U.' Dole I
Toasts arranged are as follows: Tne
Army," Captain Humphreys:
Cnpt. Lyon; "Tho Coun-
ty of Oahu," H. It. Adams; 'Tho Chnm
ber of Commerce," F. J. Lowrey; "Pro-
"lOtlon W Ork, H. P. OOdj
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W. It. Farrlngton,
Tho menu will bo as follows:
Toko Points on tho Half Shell
Consomme Vol au Vent
Planked Mullet a la Diicbcsso
Tuttl Frultl Moats
... Banquet Boll.
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Dreaded Frog Saddles, Fluo Herbs
Bweetbread Patties Asparagus Tlus
Cream do Mcntho Vcrtho
Hawaiian Squab a la Chasseur
Windsor Potatoes Petit Pols
Waldorf Salad In Tomato Uaskots
Neapolitan Cream Champagne Wafers
Rhino Wluo Jelly
Oonbons Fruit Cako
Grapes Oranges Apples
to our many patrons who visited our store during Christmas week,
making It the most prosperous week we have had In years. We have
put forth every possible effort to convince the business public that
our $3.50 and $4.00 shoes for men constitute the greatest value ever
offered In this city and now we are In a position to realize how well
the public appreciates our endeavors.
Per the 8. S. Alameda, 18 brand new lines arrive, consisting of
all the new models for Spring. Our shoe stock Is better than ever
at prceenL Come and let us shew you what we have to offer and you
won't want to go anywhere else. .ij,., .
All-America Shoes Are Always Ahead
Manufacturers Shoe Co,
PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT 8TREET.
Since It Is true, that
"In Honolulu nearly everybody reads
jrjsjr- THE BULLETIN
there can be no escape from the con
ciution mat tne me re nam can
rfk naarlu uv(Af4i In
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revolutionists who were attempting
lis a mortgage of $4,U00 on tho prop-
The salo was attended by quite a
Marge number of people. Among them
were Frank Thompson, K. E. Richard
son, a. w. R. King. Attorney demons,
Clinton J. Hutchtns, E. O. White. IL W.
Shingle, John Cassldy, Judge Whitney
F. K. Richardson opened the bidding
with an offer of $3,500. Thompson Im
mediately raised him to $4,000. Rich
ardson, who somo time ago bonght the
raclflc Heights Railway property at a
similar sale, strovo to add the wireless
to his collection, and bid $4,500.
Thompson enmo back with an offer of
$4,700. Richardson made another ef-
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lUHi unvilh TV.vvv, .hwimmuh u.huq
fort, offering $5,000,
a nnal bid of $5,100. nt which flguro
ho secured the property.
Heni) Walerhouse Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sta.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
BOUOHT BY THOMPSON