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C. O IIOCKt'S, Iluslncs Manager of
the Ilulli'tln Publishing Company, I.tm-1
Ited. being first duly sworn, on oath,!
deposes and says: Thnt tho following '
Is a true and correct statement of clr- J
culntlon for tho wceli ending Janu
ary 12, 1906, of the Dally nhd Week
ly Editions of tho livening Dullclln: I
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. I
Saturday, Jan. 6 2359
Monday, Jan. 8 2121
Tuciday, Jan. 9 2110
Wednesday, Jan. 10 2113
Thursday. Jan. 11 2106
Friday, Jan. 12 2108
Average Dally Circulation 21S3
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuetday, Jan. 2nd, 1906 2387
Number of Weeklies dcllveerd on
the Islond of Hawaii alone ....1048
COMBINED Guaranteed average
eliculatlon !. 10
Uy C. (1. 110CKU3,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fmc me this 13th day of Jail'
uar, 19' C.
P. II. UUItNBTTK,
Notary I'ubllc, Honolulu, County of
.jan. 13, nwr.
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la rhei iiromlso of bclug the next cau
Koni, with Its bU flh and school- run when roterring to Washington
bouso ilots. can hardly be tailed a ills- army In 177C: "The Slates pulling one
trlcl to whiih metropolitan excitement way and Congress another nnd every
never conies In a life-time. thing In extremity. Ho might have
1 added that there were feuds In each
Not having raised the prlco for the State. In Congress and In the army;
expenses of Its delegate, ono cxplana- that there was n party In Congress and
tlon Is furnished of why thero hat In the army bitterly hostllo to Wash
been no rush of candidates to repre- mgton. He might have completed tbn
kent th.j Garden Island. llicture by snylng that on tho track of
. the ragged, hungry, barefooted army
lTesumably the call at Manila of the ' l'B the vultiircs-the speculators, tho
iiriti.i. .niiniimn iindw Noel Is to In- forestalled, the embezzlers, who were
lorm the Orient that next to Its do
Oared ally, Japan, Great nrltaln hat
a jlcep and Impresses friendship foi
the United Stated.
A proposition Is suggested of 10I
lcctlnc J12.U00 that Calve may sing lu
Honolulu. If this Is duplicated by an
tiiual xontrlbutlou to local projects
that need the money. It would Lt ..1 ex
ullem purse loosener.
Hoofi'elt at the head of the L'nlver
slty ot Chicago would be tlu ' ' ad
lertlcemcnt John D. lloikefe.lc-i a oil
university could have, aitue Us llnan-
ii-s trace bad; to tho rebate. Hooiovclt
would havo a chain c to decide for 01 bcnt (0 c,)m Bolno '.carg nE0. Douti,.
fl' tainted money. ,tt wnllU.a to itI10W lero ,, rest or
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Superintendent llnbbltt s outline of f: oo In Chinese money. In American
tho material needs of tho educational ,, t nB onIy ,b0l) A icarued ,ill(.
uepartmenl for tho future ought to Bl,rtat011 on tho nuetuatlng vnlues of
convlnco Congress thnt thero Is ill Moxlt.m) Bllvcr ln rcatlon to the gold
much to do for education In Hawaii. nl)llari, followed,
and it must bo carried out on broad Dolllhltt DCtl wantcd to )inow ,f A1,
American linen if he results are to Up
be of the best for the nation. wh(,n hg M money xfbm ,(, ,m(, no
Ju.tR. Dole says Hawaii needs .W ""t -"''. but ate It In
leans. He is right. It Is less ln need'
of Americans who biro Oricntnls to J
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UU lueir nuin uiuu niuvniuiia ,.. j
will do their own labor. Uu'ry sue
cesi- has some lly In tho ointment, and
had tho Wahlawa project been more1
prompt to add Americans rather than
vupanese to Its labor forces, it wouiu
be well-nigh perfect.
Unglaud has a Chlneso question 011
its hands. Campbell-Ilannermnn says
the employment of contract Chinese m
the Transvnal mines must ceaso until
the people of tho Transvaal are allowed
to ote on the matter. Ilaltour sayi
Chlntzo In tho Transvnal aro a neccs
tlty ot mining progress. Campbell
ilniinennau Is getting the cheers. The
totes have yet to bo counted. It doca
indeed Bcem unfortunnte that Chinese1
rhould bo a necessity to Transvaal de
velopment when a million persons lu
London aro starving, presumably from
want of opportunity to work.
DE WITTE'S GREAT TASK
Reviving loyalty of the troops, sur
render of vnrlous bands of fighting rev
olutionists, and earnest promises of
the Government that the reform pro
gram will certainly be carried out If
the pcoplo will allow It to bo done,
teem to havo combined to glvo tho
Czar another lcaso of life.
Tho spirit of rovolt throughout thu
Husslan empire Is dally making Itnt-If
lelt, but the critical period has pased
nnd Do Wltte Is credited with having
the situation well in hand. The tre
mendous burden on his shoulders
which has seemed Impossible tp han
dle, does not grow less Impressive an
tlrao goes on. Whllo his country Is In
n state of revolution, he Is expected to
peacefully Inaugurate a system of gov
ernment which Is new to the people
end under the most favorable surroun-
dings would properly bo classed ns n
There are ninny now who predkl
ltnt tliA 1y It,.... nMa..hi .....
what nand forT The onl
thing to be said Is Hint the situation Is
more promising than It was n few
i nuniine 01 wnni government in
Hussla is contending with mid against
is glxon In a quotation from the Slow,
the St Petersburg organ of the Coil'
Hvnntlvca. That paper says:
Husslan society supports tho war
agnlnat anarchy, but refuses to lie-lieu-
thnt Do Wlttc Is making a
light In the Interest of freedom,
ns all his life ho has been the
prince of burenucrats. Do Wlttc
Is n good deal of n broker nml
something of a Journalist, but nt
heart he Is a political gambler and
lacks the ring of sincerity. No
(!o eminent without honesty inn
The fact tlirt one Minister was
caught In a shndy grain operation,
that another was found to be sup
plying railroad tics, that another
was engaged In questionable tran
sitions in commercial paper and
Hint nuother was selling national
set rets justifies tho Vintlon In dis
trusting the "Kiisslnn Ilismarck."
The revolutionists nre to bo tdn
demned, but when the unwritten
history of tho past twenty years Is
retailed it will bo seen that their
methods of robbery, violence nml
fnlschood wcro only tho usual
methods of the burcauerncy. Could
tho lies of tho rotoluttonarlcx ex
ceed those of the Foreign Office
or their pillage equal ten years o(.
the administration of the Ministry
of l-'lnanco? We do not want ge
niuses, but clean men, such as the
douma only will he able to gltc us.
Judged from the closing sentences
ol this utterance, one might conclude
that Russians wcro taking a lino from
tho recent election speeches In our
own country. There can be no doubt
thnt Hussln needs belter men better,
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per Infers bo n fact
The lending feature of this, however,
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In ( .iHimtn.t en I Inn rf Iiiim t ll rif-flllfrll,
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senslun. Assumedly the conservative
element would bo helpful. Yet It Is worth of the drug, taken In this man-
tttacklng the man at tho head of af-.er. would last for n month.
lairs. In the midst of a crisis which Douthltt then wanted to ascertain If
threatens tho Integrity 01 nil govern-Ah On did not support another lady,
meiit. Wo know what the radicals aroinot his wife. Ah On snld he did not.
I'olng from thu reports of street fights but came back with the accusntlon
end nssassluatlons. Where, men, IS
... wiitn in ri-iirp his Hiitmort?
Do Wlttc has a condition of affairs
not unllko that described by Thomas
-. Wntson In his life of Thomns Jotter-
lobbing In every possible way the Con
gress, the people and tho soldier."
Washington carried the day In spite
of all. Dc Wltte may do the same If
he holds tu It with equal dutcrmiuu
tlon, lojalty and principle.
AH ON EMPLOYED VARIOUS WEA.
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timo when thero wcro three bribery
Indictments against him, which cases
wcro fl.ii.1Uy nollo pros'd.
On cross-examination by Douthltt
Ah On stntcd that ho got the money
r.. ,ilulku ,,, i nun n.i.ini, i.n im,i
VJnHJUt lMUMl Aom,
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Monday Jan. 15th., at 8 o'clock,
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o AT REDUCED PRICES 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 at PURE LINEN are guaranteed to be PURE LINEN,
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22 Inch NAPKIN3 to match
stead. He produced a small bit of
opium which ho had In his pocket,
llflllilillf nul'n.l limx t.f. it..).. arf,...1 .A
Uouthltt asked how he could afford to
eat opium. Ah On said that (he catlnn
process was cry cheap Ten cents
inai urn who nveu ai nines wmi ah-
lono Mnnuel. the messenger nt tho u.
S. District Court. Doth Mrs. Ah On
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anil denied tho allegation.
ThO llltOrCO Was finally grnntCll by
Judge Lindsay, who ordered the libel-'
Ico to pay costs, but refused to rnako
nny uruer ior aiiurney s lees ur uu-
Hllo, Jan. 11. When the Impeach
ment Hoard got down to business
things became Interesting and re
mained bo for teicral mlnutci at a
time. There was to bo a scrap on the
charges on which Mr. Ulckard was tu
be tried, this was ono ol the floatln;
union1, nml It was thought that per
haps the attorney for the defense would
Btic-iccd In having them dismissed. Mr.
.Nou W. Alilll. advUor to tho Hoard,
bad prepared specllle charges and
IhCHi had been Introduced In the form
ol n resolution that was published In
tno Herald last wcok. Thev were cci-
taluly sporlllc enough hut In law there
are funny iiulrls so that a man lom 5
not know Just where ho stands until 3
the Jury coiiici lu with the u-nliu. S
After a long hearing Mr. Mulr and
Mr. Shlpman said they wanted evidence S
Introdiucil to show that Ulckard was?
not frequently drunk but the majority J
opposed It and tho charges were dU 3
HUSTLING THE SUGAR
Hllo, Jan. 9. Hakalau mill started
three weeks ago and has mudo a tlnu
ccord, not Inning bad to stop for any
Onomen Sugar Co.'s mill started up
January 4 and Is running very satis
factorily. They expect tho banner
crop this sear. Julco Is still low In
uenslty. Tho now- wlro rope chuto Is
Hearing completion for the shipping of
uiigar nnd will handle 7S tons an hour.
Olaa Sugar Co. started their mill
January 1 and Is grinding, doing good
Hllo Sugar Co. started grinding
Monday morning. They look for a
largo crop this year, Julco Is still low
Jlonomu Sugar Co. bogan grinding
on January 8 and expects n lino crop
uf sugar for 190C. Tho mills aro In
HOUSES TO LET
HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
"RENT and company
938 FORT STREET.
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RTS OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KIND8 OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Haleiwa Hotel, King S3.
On 8undys the Haleiwa Limited, a
two-hour tri "n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.J
returmrj, in Ives In Honolulu at 10:10
S.vrr:! .. W. '
'" "" &-00 "or.
SI. 75 Yd.
SI .25 Yd.
(T jTf. s jt I iT , r. -v
flno working order this year linvluz
been put In lino annuo by r.ne. oJ
Walakea Mill Co. will cut enno nnJ
nil enrs on We.lnei.inv n,n inn, ,,.
,iy , gtart tho mills on Thursday
.morning. They expect a largo crop
for 190C. A number of Improvements
havo been Installed In the boiling
)0iiso during tho ort Benson which nro
looked upon ns fnvorablo to good
iinu-nli Mill t'n i t otnrt n nn n,n
j5th nnJ cxp(;ct a good nln. Jlllco u
.run iuw wiui iiieui uui wiey iiuiiu ui -
',i10 ir,h 1, ...111 ho m.ich 'better for
nrln.llnn. nn,l nullr ...rnr
i.cr,c,eo Sugar Co. will bo stnrting
,0ut tho mlddlo of tho month. Trlb-
Some people wouldn't bo half bo bad
If they were Judged by their good deeds
.ns well as their faults.
To Order for Little Money
1 00 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 Durin&i 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.
HONOR JUDGE LITTLE
Hllo, Hawaii, Jan. 0. Just befort
adjournment of the Fourth Circuit
Court yesterday morning, Mr. J. C.
Itldgway, on behalf of the bar, made
formal announcement of the death of
the late Judge Gilbert F. Little at l'nu
mm. After making a few remark, In)
presented resolutions, which wcr
ordered spread upon tho record of tin
court. Other remarks were made and
as a further mark of respect the couit
adjourned until next Thursday at 1(
The resolutions are ns follows!
Whcil as, It has pleased Almighty
God, In Ills lnllnlto wisdom to tn.
from his enrthl) nbodo nt I'nnnmn, on
December 4, 11105, the Honornblo Gil
bert Francis Little, a former Judge ol
this Fourth Circuit Court,
Kesolved, That tho members of tho
Hllo bar liao heard with deep regret
the announcement of Judgo LUllo'i"
death, ami hereby record our apprecia
tion of his crlios on tho bench nnJ
his ability as a lawyer and patriotic clt
Iren; wo hereby express to the family
I of the decreased our sincere sympathy
Resolved, further. That theso rcolu
tlons bo spread upon the records of thlJ
court and that n copy of the samo
under seal of the ourt bo forwarded t
the fnmlly of the deceased,
chawes poucc sAiiMEs's The King Of
Hllo. Hnwall. Jan. 11. At the meet-
, f ii,o Hoard of Supervisors Mr.
I Desha Introduced tho following reso
I "lie II Resolved, by tho Hoard of Su
jpcrvlsors of the County of Hawaii,
iTcnltory of Hawaii, That all salaries
I of policemen, guards and lunas of prln-
oners of and In tho County of Hawaii
.licretofore passed upon by this Hoard
nre hereby repealed and rescinded and
Inhall not be In the rnto to govern sal-
I Dries of officers and employees after
December 31. 19B."
In suiiport of the amendment tho In-
Uroducer said that men Just employed
''y tl10 sll0rl" ll!1(1 hten 8vcn 30 I)cr
month, men who have Ucn transfer-
rP'' from ",llcr l,rlc,s nni1 P"1 ovtfr
nlllCf officers. Did not like tho Idea
ot Ilcw ll,en 1)ClnK na,(1 ns m,lc" ns
those who had put In years of Ben-lco.
Tho resolution does not prevent the
ro-,,ollco Committee from taking up tho
maucr. 11111 raeru mui. mu ,i iu
them to tnko up the Hnlarle of the
fleers and pass upon them as thoj
Tho Btenmer Hclcno will arrive to
moirow morning from Hawaii ports.
Tho transport Thomns will not sail
until tomorrow morning.
Fine Job Printing nt The Bulletin
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices, nueh below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole conolgnment.
The goods are well known and we are able to tell them upon spe
cially favorable terms. I
Blue 'Flame Oil Stoves
An anortment Jutt to hand by the "Gerard C. To bey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICES.
The king of all butters, standing upon a pinnacle of unex
ampled excellence, It
California Rose Creamery Buiter!
The delicious flavor of this butter and its unvarying quality
have won for It a popularity enjoyed by no other brand. We
deliver it at your house In hard, cool bricks.
Retain MAIN 22.
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Neatness vs Shabbiness
The 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.
All Butters !
Wholeiale MAIN 92.
5 " means all-year-round relief
ffcfrom unpleasant kitchen duties X
g. building tires, carrying woodg
A or coal, unnecessary cleaning, ja
(J) etc. A Cas Water Heater wlllQ
supply water In any quantity. (J
j A Doth (or sale by dealers and
ie HONOLULU GAS GO. S
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager,
Richards near Queen St.. All tela
phone messages promptly attended to.
W cat) for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
Tho managers of tho II. A. C. and
the I'liunhou baseball teams nru talk
ing arrangements for a baseball
gamo between these two teams to bo
played on Washington'!! Ulrthdny, Feb.
Shico tho final gamo played by theso
two teams thero has been conBlderablo
discussion among the fans as to which
Is really tho superior, and this gamo
will attract as much attention as last
season's mutches. Tho fact that tho
match Is on a holiday that will bo gen
erally observed hero this year, with
tlto automobile) parade and other fea
tures, lt Is thought will assuro a lurtl
THE COOKING SCHOOL.
I "Something for Breakfast," Is tho
subject of Miss Tracy's lecture for
Wednesday morning. This IcsBon will
Include doughnuts, ryo drop cakes, oys
ter shortcako and broiled steak.
Miss Tracy's lessons aro always
well attended and this one will bo of
cpeclal Interest, as the use of all parts
of the gas range will bo demonstrated.
Tho lesson Ib at 10 o'clock at tho Ha