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KVBN1N0 IITJLLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 190C.
Fr.' ' 1 Every Day Except Sunday,
ui lng Street, Honolulu,
i II., by the
uLISHINQ CO., LTD.
UP TO THE MERCHANTS
Improved-steamship promises nro
coming so thick nnd fnat for Honolulu
that tlio nerago man, who has eccn
such things conic to the surface only tn
disappear, hopes that It Is not all n
From nrcfcnl Indications tlio Imsl
FARRINQTOM. . Editor' tiosg men of this city hav It lu thelf
hands to determine whether or not tho
promising nrroy of propositions shall
result In the fulfillment of what will
lie for the best Interests of nil a mod
crn steamer for the local run. II
ouIl scorn remarkable It they should
Honolulu business men aro getting
Into tho habit of doing things which
nre out of tho ruts made by tho con
rcrvatlvo humdrum of former years.
They hac a record of accomplishments
which a few yeare ago they would havs
looked upon as utterly Impracticable,
Entered at tho Postofflco at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Fcr month, anywhero In U. S.. .75
?er quarter, anywhero In U. 9.. 2.00
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8.09
Per year, postpaid, foralcn 11.00
li months . . $ .GO
Per year. Anywhero In U. 8.... l.OOilf not Impossible.
Per venr noatimld. forelcn S.nn Thcrejs a new spirit abroad, a spirt!
Iftccepts no such word as fall.
The advantages to be gained from a
new steamer, or Improved scrvlco of
old lines or both, hardly need rcpctl
Of TOWELS and TABLE LINEN.
Monday Jan. 15th., at 8 o'clock,
we will place on sale a limited quantity of
m uKMcra ooi s
IV I.UUU.1UIHUUI.V.I i
Territory of Hawaii,
o AND o !"'"7'
o AT REDUCED PRICE8 o
In looking over the following list, remember that the regular prices ire
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 demends as to wear and appearance.
18x34 Inch, UNION LINEN
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O. IIOCKUS. lluslnosR Manager of
.L. tl..l,A.l. 1... 1.11. !.!.. r. l I uuu. rui UI till. I1U11
me Dumuii iuuiiiiiiuk v,uuiliuuy, i.iui- i , ... ,..., , - , ,, , ...i
!ELbfll,S .fl"!L ?u,ifc!S-."?..5,J1.' to the satlsfnrtlon of ihoso best abloi210 lnh- "NEN
r.L ...""" ."i:"-. "?.."''' i...'.' to Judge that tourists will
u n iruu mm i-urn-Ei aiuii'inem m sir-1 .,m, -..i...... tt i.
lion. Klrst of nil, Honolulu Is In lha'18x38 ,nch PURE LINEN
tniirlnl liiiiliiaaa in slsv I Finn ifSttAil '
culatlon for tho week ending JanU'
ary Eth, 1906, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of the Kvenlng llullctln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dec. 30, 1005 2374
Monday, Jan. 1, 1606 2110
Tuesday Jan. 2,1906 2124
Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1906 2113
Thursday, Jan. 4, 1906 2110
Friday, Jan. s, 1806 -ncj tIl0 mercantile
Average Daily circulation io tate,
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. ,
Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1905 2363
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
the Islond of Hawaii alone 1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
. circulation 4520
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD,
lly C. O. IIOCKUS,
lion nnd certainty of transportation.
Uuslness Interests which It has talc
en years to cnthuso or oven Interest in
iitiitiiiitAvlnHAti v1 nnd lift! A Itiillrtnfn.l1 fl
-i V: , " A ... . '.1 '22 Inch NAPKINS to match
...... ..e..v.jo ..., ..u... .. ..-1-
60 Inch, DAMASK LINEN, extra special at
ZO inch DAMASK NAPKINS
72 Inch PURE LINEN
along. Common sense aided by tho pro
motion work of J. A. MrCandless hni
nrouscd them to favorable action.
It would be most extraordinary II
Interests should hcsl-
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
foro mo this Cth day of Jan
SEAL uary, 1!WC.
r. II. UUIIN'CTTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
PUMP UP FISH
.JAN. 12, ISOIi.
A funny sight nt the exit of the plpo
line attached to the dredger 1'nclflc Is
when the blow fish come out and aro
dumped on tlio ground, whero they
make a great fuss. They arc not In
jured In tho least by being pumped
through the thousand feet of plpo and
appear looking like small balloons. In
ndoltlon to tho blow fish many eels,
irabs and other kinds of fish are fri
fluently being sucked up from tho hur
I'or and turned out at tho other end
Tho Pm-IIU- is now working out In tho
dianncl. much to tho disgust of the
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
EHLERS Good Goodsj
THREE 8TEAMSHIP SCHEME8
(Continued from Page 1.)
I noon liv n Ililllelln innn. tntpil Hint a
) far as mainland promoters wcro con-1
"Wo will not bo like a Don Quixote
fighting windmills," said Judge Hobln
ton this morning. "If tho Oovcrnor
mnkes no charges no affidavits will bo
presented, as there will bo nothing for
them to refute. I
"Carter sent tbo cablegram with-'
drawing his endorsement of my re-np.
ointment on or beforo January S. Ha
sent for John Guild on that day and
during his Interview with him ho stat
ed that ho had already sent his cable-
gram of withdrawal to Washington.
I'lom another reputable sourco I
understand that Carter sent his cable
merely announcing his withdrawal and
elating that a letter was to follow.
Now if this letter was sent It probably
went by tho Siberia on Jan, G, tho fol
lowing day, This letter must, If It was
cent at all, contain some sort of state
ments regarding tlio matter, which
Carter will have to substantiate. Of
(onrsc, ho may shield himself by say
ing that It Is a privileged communica
tion, and tho letter may not bo given
out. but If It Is not, tho peopla will
know tho reason, and I will have my
Vindication, which Is what I want.
"With regard to tho Governor's
ptnleinent to Frank Thompson yester
day to the effect that what he said had
been misconstrued to mean that ha
Ir.ot his Information about the alfalr
52,75 Doz. I from Guild and Thompson, that Is not
SI .25 Yd. j ..j asked tho Governor If ho would
3 J OO Doz. jninj tolling mo who his Informants
"Ho answered Hint ho had seen
Thompson nnd Guild. I
"I thought ho said Gill, and, not
knowing nny person of that namo con-,
nccted with tho affair, I asked him
which Gill ho meant.
"Ho answered that he meant Guild.
John Guild, who was In tho employ of
Alexander & Baldwin. i
This lenves no room for nny pos-
was settled tho sioio misconsinicuun ui wnui, uu sum
S 1.75 Doz.
S3 50 Doz.
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.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICES.
S. & W. Tomato Catsup.
Block, to the extent of over hnlf of tha 'i no uovcrnor ib merciy miMuumn inu
capitalization, was already practically truth, which ho has done throughout
.Ttw1fn flnrianv Ihla mnrnlnir tint IliA
Territory In a peculiar position In 1(3 subscribed, tho steamship plans Wthls. ns well as many other matters,
I , ' ' , , Imado and two separate Interests wei "
No better Catsup Is made. It Is Invaluable as a relish for
soup, fish or meat dishes of every description.
8. &. W. Tomato Catsup Is entirely tree from artificial color
ing and is made from selected fresh, ripe, red tomatoes.
When buying tomato catsup bear In mind that many brands are
prepared and colored with Ingredients which are Injurious to
'health. The S. &. W. product Is strictly pure In every respect
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
t mannci. niiun 10 mo uikkuji ui wic-i , , - - , , i mauo anil iwo separate interests weic
Men of .onvl.tlon dont gUe up J.ut boys who hang ground the pipe line "so against Cotton Drothcrs by deny., vynR wU1, onch 0,hcr ,0 tak(J ,oM u,
eomcono says "Whnfs tho looking for money.
Tlio Bulletin will agree to furnish n
corner lot free of charge provided the
judicial Imldcnt cannot bo settled am
icably. It Is to be hoped tlio new San Pedro
lino will not allow nny grais to grow
on the hulls of the steamers waiting
for the Honolulu run.
CARTER TELLS WYMAN.
(Continued from Pagt 1.)
from France to treat tha child of t
prominent cattle man of Louisiana who
lind leprosy, and I'epalou was also
under treatment by this French phy
Mclan. Ho made the statement that ho
firmly believed that leprosy was causol
by tha cxccsslvo uso of salt; that tin
French physician told him that thero
Should J. A. McCandlcss ever bo ro- must be something In the food of the
christened, Steamboat would como In people thero that caused the disease,
rnmnu-hnrn Vnr nnro ho opts started Tho physician experimented with two
ho keeps going full speed. I children, and by tho excessive uso of
salt in tnir rood, no succeeded in brlug-
.Honolulu merchants have never got 1"B ?t a rash, then black spots and
together that they didn't hao so good numbness, until they were Anally pio
n iima m in mniin thim wonder why , Hounccd lepers
they don't do It more freaueutly. Ijltcr on- ln California, Pepnlou wa
, examined by Dr. Hutchinson, a famous
n-von i,. i,An mn,in n .lnitn n a 'English physician. Ho claimed that
mark of respect. That's not saying he wl'llo In Honolulu, both Dr. Day and
f.l nrf-t!v safe when chummliiK Dr. Wood, after a thorough physical
with hi. fellow dattos who have been examination and bacteriological test,
That $2?5.00i) revenue cutter ' r Ha
Icing available for Its construction,
iui ii'0.vu revenue cum-i ji.i- nmnn,ion, nnil , ,,, ,v
would be Just as attrc-tl if aa ?'"?,'",nV nl" '','?' "7,c,
d by tho guaranty of .m-i.v Uvo M "W W
cent of Hawaii's Federal i, uiue! or. '"or "' , '.""
ltevolutlonls'n and government offi
cers of Ilusila have much In common
those da) s. One, Ib killed and the other
assassinated with a freedom that sug
gests the only difference as a slight
Additional troops ordered to Manila
have cnused Inquiries whether China
may not need attention. It Is quite
as probable that the little Drown Broth
er of tho Philippines Is arousing quite,
ns much apprehension
Citizens of a Republic don't feel
jealous when a body of full grown men
travel thousands of miles to present
a great and good friend an order of tho
garter. There s more real amusement
In selling shingle nails to the workmen
and shirtwaists for tho ladles.
WORK FOR TEAUHERS
"What shall we do now?" was tha
question Den, Ide Wheoler asked aft'
cr receiving n letter from Secretary
Taft suggesting that thero would not
bo enough room In Government trans
ports for Hawaii teachers wishing to
Attend the summer School of tho Cat
Superintendent Dabbltt has answer
ed this question by setting to work
with much enthusiasm and determine
tlon to convince tho authorities In
Washington that a reconsideration of
a casual opinion Is Justified and Ha'
wall's request worthy of favorablo ac
tion. We believe this method will
meet tho approval of such men as
President Wheeler, who takes a groat
interest In the advancement of educa
tlonal work anywhero tho American
"Work harder" Is always a timely ro-
sponso to "What shall wo do now?"
especially when you have a cause
worthy of tho struggle
There Is no reason why officers of
cur local government or of tbo Nation
al Government should rost satisfied
.with "It can't be dono".
In this, as In every other work of a
public nature, 'Tho Bulletin bellovos
the peoplo outside tbo ranks of offi
cialdom should use every means with
in their grasp to aid In tbo accom
plishment. Often a man has an ac
quaintance among those at headquar
ters to whom a timely word will bo ef
fective. If this applies to you, take the trou
ble to put In the timely word.
pronounced him undoubtedly to bo a
leper. Uefore his dlschargo by the
Hoard of Health of San Francisco, ex
nmlnntlons and its were made, which
lenco of leprosy.
threo years the
man has teen under confinement, so
that his habit of life Is such as to ren
der him utterly useless In tho outsldo
world. He asked Governor Carter for
permission to go to Molokal for the
purposo of aiding patients there
through tho uso of tb water, which
rcpalou believes to havo effected the
r.beoluto cure In his own case.
Oocrnor Carter was so Imnresfed
with tho man's record and history that
no placed tno facts iieforo Surgeon'
General Wyman, furnishing him also
with nn analysis of the water, Pepa
lou is now at tho almshouse In Sail
Us5 Jl Bf'Miiiin,, ', ' i ' ""'
ELECTRIC LIGHT8 ,
CONNECTED WITH 8EWER
LOT 60x90, FRONTING ON TWO
Trust Co., Limited.
I '.l rrtnT AMn urniiUAUT ortt
it. .will rn.b. iiibiiwiinni w.wi
Ing to tako further action on tho bill ,tho enterprise,
or exceptions men ny it. ina Terri
tory filed Us bill of 'exceptions Borne
tlmo ago, It was contested by tha
other sldo nnd Judgo Lindsay gavo tho
Territory ten days ln which to amend
the bill. Tho Supremo Court In tho
meantlmo refused to place tho matter
on Its calendar, for tho reason that
thero was no bill of exceptions ln tho
matter. Tho Territory did not amend
Its bill within tha prescribed ten days,
not having moved for permission to
do so, and contended that It wsa
therefore up to tbo Judgo to cither al
low or overrule the original bill. This
tho Court refused to do, and It Is now
a problem how tho Territory will man
ago to bring tho matter beforo tho Su
It Is up to Honolulu." said Mr,
McCandlcss. "if tho business men here
tomo to tlmo tho scheme will go
through at once and we will havo our
sew steamship for the local run."
"Wo appointed a committee to look
Into the matter and report back as soon
as possible." said President Geo. W.
Smith of tho Merchants' Association,
when seen. "They will at onco go at
tho work of ascertaining tho attltudo of
the business men."
An Associated Press cablo dispatch
DON'T FORGET TO GET
tells of tho Salt Lake scheme, as fol
lows: Salt Lake, Utah, Jan, 11. Tho Pa
cific Navigation Company is negotiat
ing for the charter of two steamers
connecting San Pedro with Hawaii.
Tbo Tropic Fruit Company of Hono
lulu has been Interested In the pro
ject and has agreed to give Its ship
ments to the new line.
Tho P. N. Co. Is opening coal fleldJ
In Southern Utah.
Retain MAIN 22. PHO NES Wholesale MAIN 92.
Neatness vs Shabbiness
Tlio neat man always makes a good Impression the shabby one the oppo
site. Send your clothes to us and have them pressed.
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
Pruvldencln Mnrtlno was arrested
by tho Federal authorities this after
noon on a charge of bigamy, Sho is
alleged to have married two husbands,
ono named Hovara, and tho other
named Andlno. United States Com
missioner Moling committed tha wom
an. Illgamy seems to bo a proval"ut
lorm of entertainment among tho lo
cal Porto Itlcans. Only a few weeks
ago a woman of thosame nationality
was arrested for a similar offense.
Mall for San Francisco going out this
afternoon on the Clnudlnc will close at
i o'clock. Tho mall will be transferred
to the S. S. Nevadan at Kahulul,
which Is duo to sail at neon tomorrow
lor tho Coast.
Tho case of Tom Pong, accused of
selling opium without a license, was
continued ln tho Poltco Court this
morning until tomorrow. Judgo Gear
Is defending tho accused. J
"Now, Tommy," said tho mother of
a small boy, os she paused In tho dls
dpllnary slipper exercise, "what roado
you cat tho wholo of that pie?"
" 'Cause," sobbed Tommy, "you t-told
mo to n never do t-thlngs by h-halves."
HOUSES TO LET
HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
""RENT and COMPANY
938 FORT 8TREET.
It Is Cool
THESE DAY8 I
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND I
YOUR VACATION. j
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMUSEMENT, i
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent 6. Co., or,
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 63.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a '
two-hour tr. n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.J I
returmr;, nnlve. In Honolulu at 10:10
FRESH MU8HR00M SPAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN S39.
To Order for Little Money
00 Suit Lengths of First
NO TWO PIECES ALIKE
These Are Regular $35,00 Suitings We
Closed Out This Line At a Big Discount
And Will Take Orders During January
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
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.
Tho hearing of tho Peacocl: vs. Oar
vlo quo warranto matter occupied tho
entire forenoon beforo Judgo Lindsay
until 11:45 a, m., when tho matter was
continued until Monday, ns C. V. Ash
ford and H. W. Urcchons aro to go to
Lalo on business this afternoon.
Tho wholo matter has resolved It
fcolf to tho question If tho adjourned
annual meeting of stockholders called
by tho secretary of W. C. Peacock Sc
Co., Ltd., ngnlnst tho WU or President
Peacock, was legal or not; and If cer
tain Bharcs voted by proxy at that
meeting were legally oted. Them
ijiwcro 3S71-2 shares of tho stock hy
pothecated by Peacock with IIUliop as
Co, Theso wcro voted by Alex. Oar-
O'le. who held a proxy signed by S. M.
Damon. Tho plaintiff holds tlut tuu
proxy should bo given by tho old Dish
op & Co. partnership, consisting of S,
XI. Damon, S. E. Damon and II, U,
Walty, and that these shares wcro
therefore Illegally voted. Should tho
meeting or tho voting of tho shares bu
beld to bo illegal, tho action taken by
tho meeting by ousting Peacocl; and
his friends nnd electing now officers
and directors. Is consequently void.
I Peacock was today cross-examined
by 12. A. Mott-Smlth, for Oarvlo, who
wanted to bring out that whllo tho
original meeting was adjourned for
the purpose of waiting for tho reporlu
of tho auditor and tho treasurer to get
icady tn order that more Information
would bo at hand when tbo election of
otflcers took place, still Peacock bad
personally Investigated tho affairs of
tho company and had gathered tbo de
sired Information, In splto of tho fact
that tho reports of tho officers men
tioned were not yet ready when tha
adjourned meeting was called. Pea
cock admitted that ho bad begun uu
investigation of tho company's affair
ln May, 1905, as a result of which ha
made charges against tho manago
ment which ho presented In written;
form to tho board of directors. Tho
defense attempted to go further Into
tho question of how much Information
Peacock had gained, but tho plalntlft'd
attorneys objected, and after a strenu
ous legal battlo tbo Court sustained
Tho defenso also attempted to gath
er from Peacock Information as to tha
nature of the charges ho had mada
and against whom they were directed,
but tho plaintiff's objection to thin
course of examination was sustained
on the grounds that the charges them
selves, as they wero In written form,
would bo tbo best evidence.
Teacher; "How many senses havo
we, Harryt" Harry: "Five." Teach
er: "That's right. Now, Johnny, tell
mo how we may use them?" Johnny:
"To buy candy with."