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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU.JT. Jr., MONDAY, JAN. 15, 1906.
Publish 1 Kvory Day Except Sunday,
at ..j King Street, Honolulu,
7. H., by the
BULLETIN PUDLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINOTON.
Entered at the Portoftlce at Hono
lulu na second-class matter.
CUTTING THE DIVIDENDS
Payable In Advance.
rer month, anywhere In U. 8,
Per quarter, atiywhoro In U. S,
The policy of cutting dividends If
n6t a pleasant one. No more Is the
prlco or sugnr compared with last ycai
a soitrco of great Joy.
It may be true, as claimed on the
street, that somo of the leading cop
poratlons nro too coneervnllvo and
others (alio too long chances. There
i Is always someone who knows how It
.Editor should bo done. As a general business
proposition, however, it Is absolutely
necessary thnt thcro should bo a close
elation between the prlco of sugai
and tho size of the dividends. Fur
thermore, the reduction of a dividend
to meet possible or probable market
conditions need not bo put down as na
evidenco thnt tho bottom hag dropped
ut nnd nil things nro cither npproacU
lug the toboKuan slide or on it.
.75 It would be remarkable for any In-
.00 duitry to maintain Its dividend rates
Ter year, anywhere In U. S 8.00 after a drop of $20. n ton In the selling
Tcr year, postpaid, forolgn 11.00
tx months $ .50
Tr year, wnjrwhore In U. 8.... 1.00
Per yenr postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
h ' i
Territory of Hawaii, )
Of TOWELS and TABLE LINEN.
Monday Jan. 15th.", at 8 o'clock,
we will place on sale a limited quantity of i
price 01 us product, mat iso. repro
hcntlng clear proilt. It would be 1m
possible to do It legitimately, provided
mo prom was nam out when ava labia
In a gcncrnl way tho islands ore in
a much better condition financially
than for several years. A good year
has furnished tho opportunity for pay-
Ing tho debts following ocr-cxpauslon
and low prices.
This good fortune, has led snmn n
believe that now tho bottom hag been
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O. I10CKUH, Business Manager of
the Bulletin Publishing Company, IJm-
Ited, being ilrst duly sworn, on oath, replaced, dividends should bo held to
deposes nnd says: Thnt tho following top-notch figures, and If this is uot
Is a true and correct statement of clr- done it is proof posltlvo of conditions
culatlon for tho week ending Janu- being worso than, appearances suggest,
ary 12, 1906, of tho Dally and Week- i;cry cffort ,i,ouId mIccJ bo raaJo
ly cumuiis 01 mo evening iiuiivuu; 10 placo as much Incomo In tho pock'
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. cts of stockholders as Is possible.
Saturday, Jan. 6 59 Should this bo dono on n supposition
Monday, Jan. 8 Z1Z1 of high-priced sugar and tho sugar docs
Jan. 9 Z110 not rise, the last state of this Block-
1" 2'13 holder Is certain to bo worso titan tho
11 z,ot first, nnd tho community suffer moro
Jan. m iiuo iinrusnin.
Average Dally Circulation 2153 Thu Bulletin has no sympathy with
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. nn clement forover crying "wolf" and
Tuesday, Jan. 2nd, 1908 Z3or predicting how many years It will bo
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on beforo tho sugnr Industry of Hawaii is
r'the Islond of Hawaii alone ....1048 wiped out. These people In their talk
COMBINED guaranteed average rao had the Islands on the crgo of
circulation -iii-iu collapse every year, but one, since an-
t' uy J. M. UUUKUD,
0 AT REDUCED PRICE8 o
In looking over the following Hat, remember that the regular prices are
exceptionally low for these goods, so that every cent off Is, a cent saved
t3 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.
REGULAR PRICE. 8ALE PRICE.
S1.00 Dor. S1.50 oz.
S3.75 Dm. S3.00 Doz.
S5.75 Doz. S-1.75 ,Doz.
LI IS EN
.' Wednesday, Jan.
18x34 Inch, UNION LINEN
18x36 Inch, PURE LINEN
21x40 Inch, PURE LINEN
60 Inch, DAMASK LINEN, extra special
20 Inch DAMASK NAPKINS
suggest. Illto printing offices can
take caro of the work and to the sat
'faction of their customers.
ECONOMY ON LIQHT.
The cutting down of the number of
street lights by tho Board of Supervi
sors appears to have been dono on
grounds of economy.. Tho lights wero,
not In superabundance, nnd it Is prob-i
ablo that economy could have been
more wisely applied along some other
72 Inch PURE LINEN ....
22 Inch NAPKINS to match
72 Inch PURE LINEN ....
22 Inch NAPKINS to match
72 Inch PURE LINEN ....
22 Inch NAPKIN8 to match
72 Inch PURE LINEN ....
22 Inch NAPKINS to match
(Continued from Page 1.)
drugs; that before tho enactment of
bald statute tho former statute, to-wU:J
Par XIX of Chapter 65 of the Penal'
I.nws of Hawaii, provided for a license
"to import and sell poisonous drugs"; '
that said statute was unconstitutional
and void In that It required tho pay '
ment of n license fnr thn Imnnrtntlnn
of such drugs; that tho commission to
compllo tho Itevlscd Laws could not
bo legally authorized by tho Legisla
ture to enact a new law: that said See-
tlon 139S, 1399 nnd 1400, nro new Btnt-l
utes never bclore enacted as law In!
said Territory; that said sections nev-
cr passed three readings in each House i
or cither House of tho Territorial Leg
islature, on scparato days or any day!
as required by Section 46 of tho Or I
of said Territory; that thu
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 PRICE8.
EHLERS Good Goods
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
foro mo this 13th day of Jnn
ISEAL unry, 19"C.
p. h. BUitNnrrn,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
.JAN. ID, 1906
noxation. PreMously it was every
tear, Somo seem to think that unless
the world's markets or tho United
States Congress take orders from Ha'
wall, the lslandn and nit their Indus'
tries will dlsappeur from tho map.
They propose impossible panaceas nnd '
apparently instead or buckling uowni
to the work of tho day, spend their
time complaining and sometimes
draw lug prollts regularly
No Industry In these. Islands can ex
pect to exist without facing new and
Inccrsant problems. Tho business
spirit that will win Is tho ono ready to
contest for tho Interests of tho Islands
Ahencver they seem threatened, but
doing It In a robust fashion that will
sustain a fair degree or prosperous
They say that Labor is a steadily les- sentiment nt home. Communities and
tcnlng forte In public life. Yet It li Industries don't amount to much If tho
winning new victories la dear old leaders bo Jlke tho old maid, ready to
Lun'on. v lo down nnd dlo every ttnie tho suu
1 went behind a cloud.
Oahu county with a people's park Sensible business Judgment directs
and bathing resort to Its credit has at corporations as well as Individuals to
it one good examplo for'otner coua- Keep withli
Art nttemntlnir tn ftnnrt Rnl.1 tfvlu0il
Laws Is unconsltutlonal nnd void In
so far as It attempts to enact said
Sections 1398, 1399 and 1400, as laws
In that It contravenes and violates Sec
tlou 15 of tho Organic Act, requiring
each law to cmbraco but ono subject.
; which shall be expressed in Its title,
j That tho said mittimus shows thn
conviction of no of fenso .known to tho
tlaw of tho said Territory of Hawaii.
I That the said District Court wait
'without Jurisdiction to try tho defend
'cut and applicant herein na tho pun
jlshmcnt of tho offenso under Section
" j 777 0r ti,0 penal Laws of Hawaii could
though ho be, than n polished vagrant have been by Imprisonment at hard
Thero would bo far less vlco In tho labor not exceeding six months and
land If tho school authorities would that therefor tho defendant could tot
bear this In mind
Moro rules for the Courts. Will they
nocr bo set right? ,
Liberals arc winning In England,
Tho liberal spirit Is winning victories
throughout tho world every day.
tics to follow.
vltliln their Income. What one
I does need not necessarily bo a criterion
I for another dealing with different con-
When William II. Taft says tho dltlons. Notwithstanding dividends
-trnniinort service isn't what It should hao been cut in some instances. Ho
bo, tho presumption is that William II. , Walt Is on tho right sldo of the ledger.
"1 Taft ought to know.
Hllo objects to tho Territorial Aud
itor forwarding Hawaii county any
urintinir. iiawaus nruit.-rviu.-e iui .- n n-it.i... .t,i. t i. i
pnrt hanu material runs eiciu.. - moblo cIub commlttetv ls 8cndlng out
Its own police fono.
Lawson'i prediction of a mainland
crash holds out hopes to tho tuper
stltlous of Hawaii. During every great
mainland depression times hao been
fairly good In Hawaii.
The Washington delegation would
snow us goou tense, aim iippi . on orEanZIlUon ntu, by-laws
of tho best means of aiding Hawaii ma)(o nonlmtlong ot of,lccrs
promuwuu, uy ui'iuuhb uivh ui n ,vw
day to take a press agent along.
Dispatches ttato that Itooscvclt Is
after Standard Oil with a big stlok. If
ho doesn't hurt John D's. feelings any
more than ho has tho Beef Trust, there . . .
,. . T. I...... .!.. 3,on,lnr,l "'0 1CW 1
WOU I UU M1UIU MUtm uuuu uvmuuh.u
nxnerlence of the past few months
ought to bo sufficient to convince clt
.izens of Hawaii county that they can'l!
'begin too early a campaign for reforma
tion ot the piesent political pollco
Dr. Emll Hlrsch says tho now school
of "naturalism" ls undermining tho
moral foundations ot society. If It can I
do a better Job than tho old school of j
hypocrisy, It must bo mighty powerful
as well as new.
Put away tho Idea that Congress will
turn oer 75 per cent of Hawaii's Fed
eral revenue to be appropriated by any
other authority than Congress. Hang
ing onto it will waste time and do no
good for anyone.
Thcro has been so much buying of
road machinery of lato that the ques
tion naturally arlrcs whether tho Ter
ritory was short on equipment or tho
counties are laying in tho Block Just
'for the Joy of buying.
Sometimes the gamblerB find It well
' to work on tho theory of opposltcs.
, Every tlmo Lawson lets fly a broad
'side, It Is certain to force the "System"
' into getting behind tho market nnd
boosting It up. S,rango, Indeed, must
It be, It Law-ton has not only noted tho
fact but taken an occasional financial
advantage of the opportunity.
rotlccs to members and thoso Inter
ested for a meeting to bo hold Satur
day night. Tho letter Is as follows:
All owners of motor driven vehicles
as well as those Interested In nutomo
blllng, nre requested to meet In tha
dance pavilion of tho Alexander Young
Hotel nt S p. m. Saturday, January 20,
to receive tho report of tho committee
A beautiful painting by Alexander
Scott called "Nuuanu Showers," wns
placed on display in tho rooms of tha
Promotion Committee this afternoon
In Nuuanu valley.
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and form their, imvo been tried for said alleged offense
until after indictment by n duly and
'lnf-nll.. n.intlfln.t flfniiil .Titrv nnd Rntit
DISCOURTESY OF THE PRINTING. trni Jnd conviction nro therefore tin-
... ,,, j constitutional and void nnd In contra-
Hawaii Herald 'vontlon of Article V ot tho Amend-
.hL"8 An.wn ' '!70 1f,n?l.h'nS.,n'mcnts to tho Constitution of tho Unit
tho County Act providing thnt tho All- ...i h...
i rnr ,Tti; nf .. rBii. .X i Whorcforo jour petitioner prnyt
nald for b, J th ? Count i ft '' writ of habeas corpus may bo
las ieck AndMw MmuK wcclved ranlCl1 ,llrcctci1 ,0 tho Bala 8hcrlff of
solXnkffMJodo tho County of Oahu Territory of Ha-
of printing from Honolulu that had va ' commanding him to i havo th
been ordered by Auditor Usher with- tody pt Tom Pong beforo Your Honor
out any request from tho County offl- ' a tlmo nnd place therein to be spec
rlals or tho Board of Supervisors. If incJ, to do and recelvo what shall then
llin Tnrrllnrlnl nfllrlnla .tnslrn tn .lnJcnd tlierO bo Considered by Your Hon
rmlff'vlnn fnrma thorn mnv h nn nl.li.tlni4a ' Or COnCOmlnc him. together With thn
gavo tno Kamcliameba tdchool courso to their being sent hero for printing, I limo ana cause 01 nis ueienuoa anu
n scoring nt a meeting of tho Commls- but thcro Is no reason why tho otll-Uald writ, and that petitioner may ha
kloncrs of Agriculture last week. .rials should butt In further than to restored to his liberty.
Ho said they have the wrong system
down thcro at tho Kamchameha
They are raising a lot of lolos.
They nro not teaching tho boys to
work, but they nro Instructing them to
talk. They get a smattering of a fow
things and tho boys lcavo school
thinking they know something whep
they nro really worso than useless, as
they have to unlearn what they have
slrcady been taught. j
J. P. Cook told of an Hawaiian lad
who had 'applied for work nnd had
been assigned It, but tho following day
tho joung man had appeared with a
carefully prepared Bpccch In which ho
declined employment. Ho was n Ka-
inchnmcha School lad. said Cook, and
tho speech that ho made was a re-
markablo ono and wound up like a let
ter ending In tho expression yours
Mr. Cook says they havo had n great
deal ot oxperlonco with these boys
and find thoy are turned out partial
ly Instructed and expect to walk Into
a mnchtno shop and get mechanic's
pay at onco nnd, whllo they nro good
boys, there ls something radically
wrong with their education. They i
want to talk but uot work. i
Ho thinks tho courso should bo moro
Tho statements ot these gentlemen
Is no surprise to the writer, who has
had many years' experience in tho
bchools or Hnall and on tha Coast, i
Tho plan ot petting the children In
our Hawaiian schools has been carried
to oxcess In tho past by some schools
as a wholu and by many Individual
Whllo. thlB may lndlcato a kindly
disposition on tho part of tha teacher
It Is a positive injury to tho youth.
What the schools should seek to do
Is to train tho young men to work nnd
bo proud of tho opportunity to work.
No person can hold a position who
is not willing to work.
No person can remain long In Idle
ness without degenerating.
Any ono has moro respect for a
street-sweeping laborer uneducated
The King Of All Butters!
The king of all butters, standing upon a pinnacle of unex- w
ampled excellence, Is J
California Rose Creamery Butter! J
The delicious flavor of this butter and Its unvarying quality ,
have won for It a popularity enjoyed by no other brand. We A
deliver It at your house In hard, cool bricks. A
Henry May & Co., Ltd,
Retain MAIN 22.
Wholesale MAIN 92.
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.
I. F. COLBURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
I First Class
CONNECTED WITH SEWER
60x90, FRONTING ON TWO
Tha Bulletin has an established rule
"acalnut anonymous communications
which It breaks In order to ctvo nub-
'llclty to the following from "an Inter-
ested citizen :
"Will you kindly Insert in your val-
: uablo paper this query; Why don't
' the Supervisors ot the County of Oahu
make a number ot public tennis couits
'at Kaplolnnl Park or the Kunst resl-iCOR.
H'dence, such as they have at Golden I
' Cate Park, for the use of the public?"
Trust Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
HOUSES TO LET
HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
038 FORT 8TREET.
It Is Cool
JU8T THE'PLACE TO 8PEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KIND8 OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway' station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King B3.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m,;
returrnny, irtlve. In Honolulu at 10:10
To Order for Little Money
1 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
For $25.00 a Suit
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 It BE
Ls B, KERR & CO., LTD.
The appearance of Honolulu harbor ,
will he greatly improved when tho
dredging work now going on Is finished,
A number of old hulls of small boats
'and other derelicts that lay on tho reef
back of Naval row will have been rc-
1 moved and tho harbor bottom deeponed
at that point To people coming In on
steamers tho sight of tho old bolters'
usod as buoys ls not a pleasant ono and
'tho public In general wll bo glad to
hoar that those things are to bo dono
away with. This work will bo accom
plished by tho dredging company. It
ls probable that thu Job wll do sublet.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho S. S. Alameda ls duo next Krl
Abellno Melcano was given sixty day
in Jail this morning by Jildgo Whitney
There wero only Are cases on tho Po
lice Court calendar this morning, an
unusually small number for Monday.
Lieut Slattery of tho government en
gineer's department, is now working
almost altogether upon the plans for
tno new lighthouse for llondlulu har
bor. The light will be about 400 feet
further out In the channel than tho
one now in use.
Miss Latimer, who has been visiting
In Honolulu somo time and who 1b mak
ing a tour ot the world, was the only
passenger from this port who went on
, tho S. B. Mlowera last night. Miss Lat
imer goes to Auckland, N. Z. Fr("ia
mere sno goes to London.
MAY RELEASE PACKER8.
Chicago, Jan. 3. Tho resumption of
tho trial ot the case ot tho Government
against the packers may bo postponed
from next Tuesday until January lu be-
cause John 8, Miller, chief counsel fors
tho packers, may bo encaced next ween
tn the Chicago traitlon'caso beforo tho
United States Supremo Court. Tho
data for tho arguments tn tho traction
case was originally fixed for to day, but
tho court failed to disposed ot other
cases procedlng It,
Tho report that tho Government will
quash tho Indictments against the puck
ers was current in Lo, Salle street flnun
clal circles. It was based on an opinion
given by a leading member of Presi
dent Roosevelt's Cabinet, to tho effect,
that the Government had matlo a fatal
error In forcing the packers to giro up
their secrets to tho Department of
Commerco and Labor, and that 'they
(the packers) therefore wero entitled
to Immunity from criminal prosecu
tion. "This Is the first Intimation I havo
had of either report," said United
States District Attorney Morrison when,
asked concerning the rumors,
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