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RVteNtNO IHTLMmN. HONOLULU. T. I!., THURSDAY, JAN. li. 1D0C.
II , by the
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.. Editor
small proportion of the population. At
ttio saqie time the ratio seems to havo
, ., ,, , This should arouse the people to
.cryy crl.s,ununy'1 thought and action on bow It ian !;
lng Street Honolulu, reduced, rather than to malting excuse
for the situation. If there arc twen
ty four this year, effort should lie cen
tered toward making It nt least not
tnoro than twelve next.
The rommunlty responsibility Is In
maintaining a standard of morality
that hall protect not only the I'oilu
guese but all youth, from vice. In thl
louneitlon oory honest effort towai 1
the suppression of gambling Is In line.
The splendid worU of tho boys' clubs,
the onrnlnx of nubile play grounds.
beautifying tho city, establishing a pub
lic brnili, all lead tnnnrd tho end of
giving the youth something to do be
sides co to the bad.
A worker among the people of tho
Kant 8ld In New York City has sam
Entered at the 1'ostofflco at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Per month, nnywhero In U. S..I .75
Ter quarter, nnywhero In U. 8., 2.00
Poi- TMr. nnttil,t fnroir-n it. no that mush Is the best cure for graft.
, . , .. 1 He explains It by saying that In his
weekly Bulletin. work llc ,mg founi, mt ,t ho cnn Rl.t
lx months $ .60 the boys of tho street to toko an Inter-
Ter year, wnrwhero In U. 8.... 1.00 est In songs and music generally, they
Per year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 will forget their harsh tricks nnd tough
1 - - was that arc too often premonitory
Territory of Hawaii. i symptoms of a tough life and criminal
Of TOWELS and TABLE LINEN.
Monday Jan. 15th., at 8 o'clock,
we will place on sale a limited quantity of
o AND o ' T7T
o AT REDUCED PRICES 0
In looking over the following list, remember that the regular prices are
exceptionally low for these goods, so that every cent off la 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.
The Jintnlle court In Itself is ono of
the powers that will assist in keeping
the boys from downward paths. It
I gives them an opportunlly to rccoor.
Hut after all it is the community stand
cnl that will-establish tho averages
when the reckoning period comes, and
the returns from this Juvenile court are
18x34 Inch, UNION LINEN
18x36 Inch, PURE LINEN
21x40 Inch, PURE LINEN ..
60 Inch, DAMASK LINEN, extra special at
20 Inch DAMASK NAPKINS
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
Honolulu, County of Oahu) Thla l8 another way of putting tlia
C. Q. 110CKUH. Duslnoss Mnnagcr of f!' l 'hat h! ward youth can bo
the Bulletin Publishing Company. Mm. I surrounded by better Influences
Itcdbclng first duly sworn, on oath,lnllu ' ntcrcsted In a lino of exist
deposes and says: That tho following V" "Hl nt ,C
is a truo mid correct statement of clr-1 . ,;
Att1ntlA tVrf aa1 dlltl Iamii. '
.UIMIMIU UI ItJU U't.l 111U 1111 tfdTIU
ry Eth, 1906, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening liulletln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dec. 30, 1605 2374
Monday, Jan. 1, 1906 2110
Tuesday Jan. 2,1906 2124
Yveanesaay, Jan. o, iuo , .. ,. ,mtmr, tlmn tho ordinary U, .. ,
Thursday, Jan. 4, 906 z - ,, , n.n , .,,
Arlday' u; V.. 5 2? ,J cnouR ,0 know bcttcr' linvo tMcnf2 ,nCh NAPKINS t0 "iatcn
" -. u . 7. ' ...... ..". by the ways ( e, or ha ng rallen, decld'
Circulation of Weekly Bulktln. e, ,0 8lny ,,,,,
Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1905 2363 ,
Number or weeklies aenvecru on
the Itlond of Hawaii alone ....1043
COMBINED guaranteed average
BULLETIN I'UULISHINO CO.. LTD,
Uy C. 0. UOCKU8,
Subscribed and sworn to bo
foro me this Cth dny of Jan
ISEAI.l uary, lJM'C.
P. II. DUriNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
'10 c Yd.
Augustus P Knudsen, brother of
Spoakcr of tho House of Representa
tives Eric A. Knudscl., both of Kauai
and both at present in this city, Is now
the man Bpoken of for the Garden Is
land's business delegate to Washington
In tho Interests of Hawaii's securing
Bovonty-flvo per cent of tho Federal ro.
It Is understood that Mr. Augustus
Knudscn would bo willing to go as his
Island's representative. No definite
word has as yet been received from
Kauai, Mr. Augustus Knudscn returns
to his homo in tho Mikabala this even
ing, providing ho can finish certain bus
iness in this city in time.
I GAS STOVFS
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 trlem upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue 'Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. To bey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE DUYINQ GET OUR PRICES.
EHLERS Good Goods
The hearing of tho quo warranto'
ense of V. C. Peacock . Alexander
(,arvle began beforo Judge Lindsay this)
I forenoon. The entire forenoon wns
..JAN. llliH)6. taken up with tho examination by C
v. ABhford, Peacock s attorney, or W
Anyway Hti-kman Thompson lins y -weight, tho secretary of V. C Pen
proved to be an artist in language thut coct & Co. j,). Tle examination was
Is unprintable. based on tho calling of tho adjourned
meeting of the company held on Sen
Promoter Wood's report shows tang- tcmber IS, 1903. at which Garvlo and
lblo faUs which a few years ago wcro (ho other officers to whoso appointment
referred to as a wim urcam. iPeneoclc objects, wero elected.
( First of all the minutes of tho annual
As everyone for or against has mado)meetI1B vero offered In evidence, and
tip lils nunu on tne iiouinson uuuir, mso tilc minutes or the annual meet-
there is really very little more to bo
Tho Dulldcra' anl Traders' Exchange
has accomplished so much of worth to
the community. It should remain as
something more actlte than a name.
' Immigration officials want to hear
trom more plantations. If all the plan
tation authorities wero fully awake to
the great opportunities of tho present
situation, it would be a cUa of the plan
tations wanting to hear from the Imml.
The necessity of a statistical depart
ment Is always In evidence when In
formation covering a long period Is
wlfnted In a hurry. Tho Territorial
flniinrfmonttt nrn mnklnt; a. Hllleildid
.hotting in making up this department called It himself, as it was merely an
lng showing that it bad been adjourned
on motion by A. W. T. Ilottomlcy be
cause certain annual reports wero not
Weight said that after ho had called
the adjourned meeting, after having
discussed the matter with Uottomley
and Itothwell, he did not think that
tho reports referred to had as yet been
completed, but tho meeting was nec
essary because conditions demanded
that officers bo elected,
A letter was produced from' Peacock
to Itothwell stating that no meeting
could be railed except by himself as
president of the company, and ho had
no Intention of calling a meeting.
Weight said that It had always been
tho custom to havo meetings called by
tho president, oi In his nhsenco by tho
vice president, but In this case ho had
Tl.n ri.Mi.it v nnrb nt U'nlMhl nn llin CI CanVBS.
...v UU...j y. r. ... ........... -.. ....
I (1st, and purchased a magnificent Ve
netian scene, which now hangs In a
I position of honor In tho directors'
I room In tho bank. Ho also brought
home with him one of Moran's pic
' t tires of tho grand canyon of tho Yel-
lowslono. This now catches tho oyo
I' of nil who enter the bank.
Mr. Cooko thinks much of Moran's
work. Ho saw many of his great
paintings In tho Capitol in Washing-
ion, somo or which cost siu.UUO. Mr.
Cooko told Mr. Moran of tho wonder-
lul opportunities her. In Hawaii for
'an artist of his talent and so Impress-
l cd upon tho painter the beauty of tho
views hero that Mr. Moran declared
ho would bo here, perhaps In May next,
I to put some of Hawaii's grand scenes
II HE WE COURT
The case of the Territory versus
i Chief Engineer MeClatchy of tho dredg
ler Pacific, charged with malicious mlo-'
Uilcf, was nollcd In the Police Court
! this afternoon. The trial was tba re
'suit of pipes from tho dredger bclus
laid nlong Ala Moann street and caut-j
lng mud puddles in different places.
Attorney General Peters besau pro-
feedings. Everything has been settled
satisfactorily to both parties, Chester i
Uoyle representing tho Attorney Gou-i
cral's Department, and as a result tho
harbor work will lontluuo without fur
ther Interference from tho department.
Makes hair light nnd nutty, stops Itching Instantly.
(SOIHG-1 G-OIN&I! GONE'I'I
jo? KJ K j
Hcrplcldo Will tiava It
ilerplclde VII1 Save It
Tho Original Itrmrdy that "kills the
Too Lata for llfrpldda.
by tho removal of great combrulli of
altfihtly .llnrascd hnlr thnt could bo
arl. It your mirror could talk It
would plead with you to "sava your
hair not tho combings." It can be
done with Nenbro's llerplclde, which
kills the mlcrobo that enlists dull,
brftllo nnd lustcrlcs hair, nlso dnnd
ruft nnd falling hnlr. Destroy the
germ nnd the hair's natural lusttr
and abundance will return. Marvel
ous results. An t-iqulnllo hair dressing,
Drue Sh, J1.00. Snl ioc stamps to IICNPICIDO CO., Dpt II, Iinroll, Men. lor a Simr-lt
HOLLI8TER DRUG CO., SPECIAL AQENT8.
ADpllcantlons at Prominent Barber Shops. ,
DON'T BLAME YOUR MIRROR
Mnny ladles compel their mirrors to
bear silent witness to needless hair
destruction. Day after day they see
beauty nnd attractiveness despoiled
SMALL BOY WITNESS
RAISING THE DEBT
I were read by Itlclmrd Weodon, np
proved and filed.
IleportB of committees. Shortly of
and tcr tho reports of tho committee
tho werc mado the roll call for contribu
tions to cover mo cnurcn tieoi wns
deficiency on short notice
Slnco tho Chinese minister tins de
cided there will bo no favorable Chin
ese legislation at this session of tlin
United States Congress, the few In Ha
wal Btlll handing on to that Impossl
bllllty, bcttcr let go nnd Join tho work
ers for American lino development.
David Starr Jurdan's remarks on the
Stanford case that appeared In tho
liulletln cable dlspitches resulted In
roveral columns of statements from
various cources that Mrs. Stanford
died from natural causes. Also a later
assertion from Dr. Jordan that much
of what ho was quoted as saying wui
an Inexpressible fake. Jordan's re
marks on what Sheriff Henry said vt
the liulletln have not been heard.
Henry's solution Is tho only new thlnts
Jordan's latest statements have Inspired.
adjourned, meeting, nnd the election of
officers was necessary. It was for that
purpose that he had called the meeting.
Tho U. S, auxiliary Saturn, Captain
Nowell, will arrive tomorrow from
Mldwny Island, Sho will bring a num
ber of officers and marines, probably
a cubic company employe, and mall
from tho lonely Islnnd people. .
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers,
tc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
THE JUVENILE OFFENDERS
VrIlf SsWtlVfiT COMPANY.
9flcCi? WR&JpQ fv KWS Bft
..M- !.. MMlk. . !! IiahaIi Attn
purchase of which the Hoard of Super-1 The Weekly Edition of the Evening
visors yesterday afternoon npproprlat- Bulletin gives a complete summary of
ed 118,000, Is being muih talked of and ' 9 c--, 4( iD9 daT-
memoers oi tne iionru anu uio puuuu
generally are Intensely Interested in
Wklng the place the greatest attrac
tion In '."io County.
A schome. In this connection, now
being talked of among members of the
Hawaii Yacht Club, Is one calculated
to add to the popularity of the resort.
George Thlclen, the broker who engi
neered the deal through which tho
County acquires the splendid property,
has suggested that a channel should
be dredged, If feasible, through tho reef
and tho headquarters of the Hawaii
Yacht Club bo established off the shore,
opposlto the public park, thus Joining
attractions. The Idea Is received with
enthusiasm nnd tho matter of dredg
ing the channel will bo Investigated.
Supervisors Adams and I.ticas con
stitute, tho committee appointed by tho
Hoard of Supervisors yesterday niter-
noon to call on Harry Lewis In regattt
to whnt- arrangements aro to bo iciuo
In reference, to his agreement with
llrokcr Thlclen thnt he. Lewis, should
icmaln a year, rent free, ou tho old
Kunst plac. I
Messrs. Lucas and Adams expect to
call on Mr. Lewis this afternoon. It Is
possible that a special meeting of the
Supervisors bo called tomorrow to con
summate tho purchase of tho beach
property. The next rcsular meeting
of the Hoard occurs on Tucfday, how
ever, and tho completion or tno busi
ness may be deferred until then,
Kalll, a bright little 9-ycar-old boy, Teh annual roll call meeting
was n witness for tho prosecution lu election of officers wns held at
tho assault and battery case against ..,.. . ,. .... , ,
Paul nhpln nml tliillmnkii befnrn Jndeo vunsuaii inuron mi utkiuui,. "' held. The rcsnonso of-tho concrcca-
Itoblnson this afternoon. Tho llttlo on tho program was dinner nt 0 p. m., tlon wns splendid, a grent enthusiasm
fellow, who Is an Inmate of tho Itcform with n hundred nnd twelve members Inking hold of the people. A very lib
school, qualified as a witness with fly- and n few friends giving It Justice, Mr. oral sum was realized, which can ens
lng colors. Ho said that ho knew that ,VerrllI of Rochester. N. Y., offering Iiy be put at more than a thousand dot
If ho lied the Judge would punish him. grnco. Following this was a song by Jars.
Kalll saw tho two defendants attack a ,tho congregation, "Blest Bo tho TIo !
Chlireso In Kallhl. A rllle was lying .That Hinds. jujb0 Do Bolt's Jury this afternoon
within a few feet of the scene of nc-l Heading of 133d Psnlm nnd prayer! ,, ,,, , ,,. , ,i, ,,
tlon. Tho alert boy picked up tho gun Jjy Pastor a. D. Edwards. Song by returned verdict In favor of the do
and threw It Into the lantana, recover- .congregation. fendant In ths trespass suit of Tom
lng It later. Minutes of tho last annual meeting Gun vs. Thos. McTlghe. t
CONNECTED WITH SEWER
The plurality of Portuguese youth
found nmong tho delinquents brought
before the Juvenile court boars the sug
gestion thnt the younger Portuguese In
'some lnstnnco3 are not living up to tho
splendid record mado by their parents.
Ono of the characteristics of Portu
ceso Immigration from early times to
the present Is tho very low percentage
of Portuguese adults figuring in tne
' police statistics of tho Territory. Por
tuguese nave wim reason pointed to
this record with great pride. It has
confirmed the wide sprend respect In
which this eloment has been held by
Now wo And tho Portuguese-Americans
have In the latest report led the
list of Juvenile offenders.
The Bulletin sees danger In this rec
ord only as It Is treated with Indiffer
ence. It does not mean that tho law
abiding spirit of the Portugucso-Amer-'lean
has become seriously Impaired. It
does mean that youngsters are going
'astray who should be looked after. Not
enly by the citizens of Portuguese
blood, though they have a special Inter-
,est, but the community as a whole.
These youths nre Americans. They aro
of Portuguese llneago but American
citizens factors In the development of
Portugueso as a peoplo can never bo
nccused of race suicide. And when
itho Portuguese Juvenllo total Is taken i COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
.Into consideration, twenty-four delln- ...,,..,,.
tjuents for tho year Is really a very HONOLULU.
I f I
(M. IliCK TO TEST
WILL COME IN MAY
TO PIT HAWAII
When C. M. Cooko, president of tho
Hank of Hawaii, was In Now York re
cently, ho visited the studio on 22nd
ttreet of Tom Moran, tho famous or-
60x90, FRONTING ON TWO
Trust Co., Limited.
HOUSES TO LET
HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
938 FORT STREET.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Hatelwa Hotel.'Klna 63.
On Sundays the Hatelwa Limited,
two-hour tr, 'n, leaves at 8:22 a, m.J I
returrn";, irtfve In Honolulu at 10:10
To Order for Little Money
1 00 Suit Lengths of First
INO TWO PIECES ALIKE
These Are Regular $35.00 Suitings. We
Closed Out This Line At a Big Discount
And Will Take Orders During January
For $25.00 a Suit
Best Workmanship Best Linings.
Made From Start, to Finish by White Labor
See Some of the Goods on Display f
in Two of Our Big Windows
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.
ALAKEA STREET '
Cnjitaln Nlhlack goes to Pearl har
bor tomorrow afternoon on the U. S.
S. Iroquois to remain until Monday.
Sittings from the Oahu and Honolulu
plantations cnutcil by irrigation are be
lieved to havo drifted Into the hnrbor
and Captain Nlblack will test tho lock
to determine, whether any shoals havo
The upper channel between Dr. Mc
G row's place nnd I'onl Island Is also
to be measured nB well as a number of
other parts of tho hnrbor. There aro
a number of high places In the har
bor bottom and nt each of these tcits
will bo made to And out whether they
are filling In or remaining stationary.
Oniccrs for tho ensuing year wero
Installed by the Eagles In Harmony
hall Inst evening and a most enjoyable
smoker follow ed. flood chror wai
abundant and merriment continued tin.
til a late hour. Messrs. Place, Aucr
mach, Wilkes, Earle and others of tho
National Stock, Company, Iluhler'a fam
ous players, delighted with song and
anecdote and talented members of the
order contributed most pleasing enter
tainment. Tho odlccra Installed wero: S. Mo
Keague, worthy president; L. E. Too
mcy, worthy vlco president; Wm. Mo
Coy, worthy chaplain; II. T. Moore,
secretary; V, W, Carlyle, treasurer;
Harold Hanson, worthy conductor; P.
Hurst, lneldn guardian; T. W. Carroll,
outside guardian; C. L Camp, physi
cian; trustees, T. A. 31mpson, I). II.
Lewis. M. Rosenberg.
U. T. Hcrrlck mado a splendid pra
US 1 OF PEACE
Attorney General Peters lias received
advices by wireless from Kona stating
that tho troublo regarding the Holuo
Ion school premises,, which Mrs. Mary
Atchcrly took In possession. Is over,
and that school was to bo held as usual
Deputy Attorney General Prosscr,
who sent to Kona to act as an angel of
peace, seems to havo met wth rcat
success In this rol It appears that
Prosser, Instead of Invoking more
troublo by putting up a hostile front,
gave a luau at which all tho troubles
were dissolved In the greatest spirit of
I Tom (at the reception): "That
young widow Is acting rather kittenish
tonight." Jack: "No wonder. Sho
(pent the summer In tho Catsktll moun
tains." Chicago Dally News.
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