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CVENINQ nPLLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., TUESDAY, JAN. 1C, 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 12j l.'ng Street, Honolulu,
T II., by the
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O. nOCKl'S, Business Manager of
the. Dullctlu Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That tho following
Is a true and correct statement of cir
culation for tho week cndliiR Janu-
ory 12, 1906, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening llullctln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday,. Jan. 6 2359
Monday, Jan, 8 y. 2121
Tuesday, Jan. 9 2110
Wednesday, Jan. 10 .2113
Thursday, Jan. 11 2106
Friday, dan. 12 2103
Average Dally Circulation 2153
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
.Tuesday, Jan. 2nd, 1906 2387
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
the Istond of Hawaii alone ....1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
By C. O. tlOCKUS,
; Iluslncss Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 13th day of Jan
ISEAL uary,, 1906.
i ii. nunNETTE.
Notary Tubllc, Honolulu, County ot
TUESDAY JAN. 1C, 190ii
nuslness Delegate 55. 8. Spalding will
have to hold on hard to keep from ex
ploding, In tare anyone asks him to
talk on Governor Carter and the land
Judge Wnlpulanl must bo n lover ot
.vtork or fears that lack of work will
cut out tho necessity of a District Mag
istrate. He bewails tho fact that Couu.
ty government has given Ills court less
nooscvclt will not appoint any
Sudao at the reauest of tho head of
nny church. Nor refuse to appoint
because, ot that request. DIsbop Li
bert because of his prominence and
nblllty attracts attention when taking
part In nny public discussion. Tho fact
that ho Is a Bishop does not refuse
him tho American privilege ot having
Falrwcather friends of Judge Robin
son, sycophants and characterless In
vertebrates have an excellent oppor
tunity to sneak out on the theory tint
otherwise they would butt their beads
against a stone wall. If a man Is de
serving an appointment, tionoit sup
porters won't desert him because some
one says the man up high is a King
and therefore can do no wrong. Iloosc
elt wouldn't do It, nor would Carter
on that basis. Any side of any affair
supported by such props, Is mighty
Tveak In American character.
MIXING THE WASHINGTON ISSUE
"Ono thins at a time" has been ac
cepted as tho slogan of tho business
do testes nbout to lcae tho Territory
for tho promotion of tho President's
rebate policy In expending Federal
revenues collected in Hawaii.
It they keep to this text, It will then
bo Impossible for them to attempt at
tho outset to upset the, rresiuont s pol
ler, and the Delccato's policy by Jump-
lne Into the work with the proposal
that the revenues set apart Bhall not bo
appropriated by tho Kodoral Congress
. but lie nlaccd at tho disposal of admin
istrative or legislative authorities In
tho Territory ot Hawaii.
Hawaii's record, nearly every time It
has gono to Congress for anything has
been a pica for something Just a little
different from that which American
This work now In band will bo diffi
cult enough under nny circumstances.
A proposal to mako the exception In
the caso ot Hawaii a more radical de
parture from ordinary precedents will
cither mako the situation Impossible
or bo just the fruitful ground for which
the Colony promoters are looking to
propagate their insidious heresy.
Unless they have formed an erron
eous opinion that tho people of Ha
waii want a general upset of tho Pres
ident, what tho Delcgato has already
done and the doors thrown open for
the admission of Colonialism, the del
egates going forward to speak for Ha
waii will stick to their (cxt ot
One thing at a tlmo.
MAINLAND OPPONENTS OF HAWAII
For one reason or another mainland
crs Beldom discuss labor questions ot
' Huwall that they do not think of con
tract labor and, thinking, speak.
Many don't kpow, or knowing, don't
utop to think that when the Islands
were organized under a Territorial
form of government contract labor was
wiped out, as It had been throughout
the States years ago.
'' Others are not acquainted with the
fact that promotion of foreign Immi
gration npd assistance ot foreign Im
migration by a State or Territory Is In
keeping with a proper observance of
the law ot tho land, as It has existed
for several years past and as Interpret,
ed by other men than Itoosctclt. They
don't knpw this because In a majority
ot the States the avenues ot Immigra
tion are sufficiently llexlblo and reach
able to obviate the necessity for taklif i
achantago of this feature of law.
In consequence of ono or all theso
reasons tho announcement of Hawaii's
Immigration plaits has led one or two
newspapers, perhaps more, to cavort
In a mast hysterical manner over Ha
waii "breaking tho law" with Roose
velt aiding and abetting. '
Hawaii is not breaking ttio law, di
rectly or Indirectly as tho gentlemen
raising their voices In 'solemn protest
will discover If they will but take the
tlmo lo look the matter up. Then they
will be again Impressed with what n
big country this Is and how much
done at one end ot It, Is not known lu
the others. Realizing this, they should
bo Impressed with the necessity for
looking at It from the other man's
standpoint, for wo ore all Americans
working for tho same end of promoting
our country s well being.
Contract labor does not exist In Ha
waii, has not and cannot exist under
tho scheme of foreign Immigration by
which It Is now sought to reclaim the
labor of the Territory from the pre
dominant Oriental. The man who
reads "Immigration assisted by tho Ter
ritory" and forthwith launches on a
tlrado against "contract labor In Ha
waii' may mean well. But bo doesn't
know what bo Is talking about and
will one day, much to his chagrin, wake
to full realization.
Foreign Immlgrnts brought to theso
Islands by tho Territory are not under
i-ontract. They are free to go and coma
any time they please. Hawaii offers
n home and opportunity to work. In
lontcmplntlng this, tho Immigrant ex
ercises tho great American privilege of
following his own convictions or con
cnlence before he starts and after he
Tho Inspiration ot this foreign Im
migration movement Is tho desire to
add to tho working population of theso
Islands a class of peoplo who have
proved In the past to bo of the mater
ial from which strong American ell
Izenshlp Is developed,
Malnlandcrs with a prefcrenco for
Orientalizing tho Territory of Hawaii
can't accomplish their purpoeo to bet
ter advantngo than by attacking tho
policy of the President and yelling
"contract labor In Hawaii" when there
Is no contract labor In Hawaii, It Is
to be hoped that such gentlemen, before
they are partlzans, are Americans,
Adelo I-OXAiIn n Pnrtn nlrfin t.li-1
Who WaAS COmmttteil n flW ilnva nrrn nn
a charge of bigamy, was this morning
uiDuiiBscu vy v. a. commissioner .Mai-
ing on motion by District Attorney
Breckons. S. V. Chllllm-uni-th tho
woman's attorney, produced evidence
io now mai ner nrsi nusuand, a
Chinese from Knunl hn.1 .lln.l imrn.A
sho contracted her second marriage, to
ueo. win. iteese.
CLERKS HAVE TROUBLE
A warrant charging Sam Kaahu, a
clerk In tho Department of T'rtnrntlm.
with using threatening language was
l88Ued VeSterdfiV. R Mnhnlmm n nlnrlr
In tho County Auditor's office, being
wio complainant. Kaaliu, according to
mo wnruini? nr inn tinnnra ( nil.,.., in
have threatened to kill Mahelona. Ka
ahu was arraigned before Judge Whit
ney .this morning and had his caso con
tinued until January 23,
PUNAHOU TENNIS TROPHY.
In tho Fort fttrpAt M-lnilnu. nf p n
Hall & Son nnncarit. fnr ttm mlmlmttnn
of tho passer-by, a handsomo cup, pre-
ftAlllA.I lift 4l... I . dl fc. ft
"" ujr uiu iiriii jor mo I'linanou
coiicce Tennis Tournament first prize
lii-ll B1II1U, io uo won IWICO. II S
to bo known lis thn Plinnlmn Tnnnla
Fine Job Printing at Tho Bulletin
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Supervisor Lucas, ono of the Com
ml Ueo of the Ronrd ot Supervisors ap
pointed to complcto the deal for tho ac
quisition by the County of Walklkl
property for a beach, stated this morn
ing that, misunderstanding to the con
trary notwithstanding, tho deal would
be closed and tho $18,000 cash paid over
Tho County ot Oahu's purchase of
tho Kunst property at Walklkl for u
public beach park Is not likely to 1
consummated at tho meeting of tho
Dourd of Supervisors this evening for
thn reason that County Attorney I'. A.
Douthltt had not been offlclully notified
that It was tho desire of tho Hoard that
be exnmlno tho papers lu tho caso to
see that all Is as It should be.
As a matter of ordinary business pre
caution. It was tho senso of tho Super-'
lsors at tho last meeting ot the Hoard
that the County Attorney look over
tho deed In the caso and lend his ofll
clal supervision to tho drawing up ot
the papers necessary to (ho transaction.
In regard to tho necessary notifica
tion to the County Attorney there
wcms to hao been somo slight mis
understanding, for that officer had up
to this morning received no notice that
bis services were required In tho prom
ises. Tho County Clerk had not noti
fied htm. Investigation mealed tho
fact that, according to tho action of
tho Supervisors at tho last meeting, tho
County Clerk was not supposod to noti
fy tho County Attorney; this was up
to the Committee on Koads, Urldgcs
and 1'arks, consisting ot Supervisors
l.uras and Adams.
"This is a matter of $18,000." said
Douthltt this morning, "and while. It
Is of course presumed that everything
Is all right wo cannot act on any nro-
sumptlou In a matter of business, on-'
peciauy wnero. the money of the people
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B, KERB & GO, Ltd
Is concerned. I understand that It
was expected of mo to hae supervision
of tho drawing of the papers for the
transaction, but until such tlmo as 1
am officially "notified that I am to do
this i cannot very well tako any action
In the matter."
In the meanwhile. It Is understood,
paruos to tho deal have urged a tpeo
tly consummation. In other words
there. Is a call for the S18.000 In cold
cash, Tho County has authorized the
expenditure of tho money, but tho deed
has not been examined and tho money
win not lo handed over until every
thing has been officially declared O. K
Tho papers might bo drawn up tblr
aiternoon, though but llttlo tlmo ro
mnlns for a careful examination of tl
tie before the meeting of tho Supcrvl
sors at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
E WIFE flY
Tho divorce case of Mlnnlo K.- Buz
zell vs. Percy C. Uuzzell, which has at
tracted considerable attention becauso
of several unusual features, was final
ly concluded today, a decree of divorce
being granted by Judgd Lindsay. No
alimony was given, It being shown
tnat tho parties had arrived at a nnan'
clal settlemenfout nf court.
Mrs. Duzzclkon the witness stand,
told a rare tale ot marital woe. Her
husband, sho said, had been In tho
habit of beating and even horscwhln
ping her. Ho mado her start a bank
account and then drew out tho monoy
himself. On ono occasion Uuzzell
locked tho doors and then threatened
his wife with a revolver, telling her to
tot out of tho house. Tito usual
places of exit being barred. Mrs, Uuz
zell, with a raro display ot presence
ot mind, mounted a chair with tho pur
pose ot departing through tho window.
Uuzzell genially pulled tho chair from
under his wife, aiding her materially
by accelerating her travel through tho
window, nnd tho lady found herself do
posited with great speed, though rath'
cr suddonly, In tho flower beds outsldo.
. M .
Tho obscrvnnco ot tho Benjamin
Franklin bicentennial will bo hold at
the Y. M. C. A. hall tomorrow evening
at 7:30. JudgoDole will deliver the
opening address. M. M. Scott of tho
High School, and A. V. Griffiths ot
Oahu Collcgo will also speak among
others. Franklin as a workman ot the
world covered many departments of
usefulness and his life was ono and Is
ono of universal Interest. A crowded
houso Is oxpocted.
Land Commissioner Pratt yesterday
cabled his wife from the Coast, where
he arrived togctherwlth Col. Spalding
ami i.. a. Thurston to settle tlio Kapaa
matter with tho Molokans.
HOUSES TO LET
HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
Trent and company
938 FORT 8TREET.
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 Of AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tlokets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 63.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returmr;, inlvc In Honolulu at 10:10
P- " llillijMiiS1-!!!!!!!!!!
Captain Nlblack returning this morn
Ing from n four days' visit to l'carl
Harbor with tho steamer Iroquois,
Soundlgns were made In the east lock
at tho head of the port. Tho purpose
of Captain Nlblack's trip was to as
certain whether tho shoals In tho har
bor aro becoming larger and making
tho water moro shallow In certain
The last chart of tho harbor was
mado In 1897. In a number of places
whero tho water at that time was 22
or 23 feet deep Captain Nlblack found
the shoals had enlarged, resulting In
tho fact that at theso points now tho
water Is not as deep by several feet.
It Is bcllovcd this Is duo to tho Irriga
tion of tho sugar plantations, tho wa
ter of which Is run off Into tho streams
emptying Into tho harbor, carrying
fino sand and earth. The channel of
tho harbor has not changed In tho
Captain Nlblack was moro Impress.
cd than ever with l'carl Harbor as n
nlace of haven for government vcs.
ids. During tho kona ot Sunday
Pearl Harbor was as still as a mill
pond. Outstdo tho water was unusual
ly rough, but In spite of tho high
southerly winds and tho heavy sea It
had no effect whatever on this natur-
nl rcfugo for ships. Tho only disturb-
nnco of tho waters was caused by tho
Tho S. S. Coptic, from San Francis
co, Is duo this afternoon. Sho has
flo days' later mall. It is probablo
that sho will not arrive until Into In
tho day or possibly not until early to
morrow morning. Tho Coptic left San
Francisco shortly after 1 o'clock last
Wednesday. Southerly winds nro re
ported by vessels coming In today and
It Is probablo that the Coptic lias en
countered rough weather and head
winds, which Is tho reason for delay.
If sho arrives tonight or tomorrow
morning sho will probably leave fcr
tho Orient lato tomorrow.
On exhibition in a window ot the Judd
Watcrhouse Company In the Judd
building nro some splendid specimens
ot cultivated para rubber from Malay,
of which variety; celebrated as ttio best
commercial rubber, fifty thousand trees
are now planted on tho plantation of
the Nahlku Iliibber Company on Maul.
Tho annual meeting of tills company
occurs this evening. Officers will be
elected nnd reports read. Manager An
dcrson Is In the city to attend tho meet
FALSE ALARM FIEND.
somo wretwed fool turned In a
lalso alarm from flru box 27 at 1:25
o'clock -this morning and brought out
the department and pollco patrol at
furious speed. No, 27 Is In a bad sec
tion for n conflagration, crowded ten
ements being numerous. A big crowd
wns in tho streets when tho engines
nrrhed. It Is safo to say that had tho
falso alarmist been discovered ho
would have fared badly. Falso alarms
havo been rather frequent of lato and
nn earnest ImcBtlgatlon Is being
It Is" learned from tho testimony of
President McCnll that tho New York
Life Insurance Company, during tho
past six jears, In addition to over
million dollars In "law expenses," paid
nearly three-quarters of a million to
ono Andrew Hamilton, a confidential
agent, to bo expended by htm, with'
out vouchers, mainly In "supervising
legislation." Mr. McCall did' not know
how- Judge Hamilton had spent all this
money; be did not ask mm; he only
know that ho was "In charge ot the leg
lslatlon of tho United States and Can
da In its entirety," and that this re
quired his attendance at many capitals
and the examination of many hun
dreds of bills, three-fourths of which,
be confidently stated, "aro blacKmaii
ng bills." Philadelphia Ledger.
Eva: "Sho said beforo their mar
itime that sho was Kolng to reform
him." Katharlno: "And Bho has. Sho
makes all of his clothes and his form
looks altogether different than when
ho had them mado by n tailor." Chi
cago Dally News. .
NEW - TO-DAY
At the annual meeting of the Chi
nese and English Debating Society held
at Its hall, the 'following nameu per
sons were elected to servo for tho en
President, wn. Y. Kwai Fong.
Vice President, Lau Yin.
English Secretary, Chang Chan.
Chinese Secretary, Chlng Yee Shun,
Treasurer, Ho Fon.
Standing Committees, Chang Ylm, Y,
Sco Young, Leu Tang and C Yet Kal.
32S2-31 English Secretary.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nueh 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 O. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
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The neat man always makes a good Impression the shabby one the oppo
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Frank A. Vnndcrllp. who ndvocates scientific study of tho question of old
ago pensions 'Tor worklngmen, Is vice president of tho National City bank of
Now York add a former assistant secretary of the United Stnten treasury.
Mr. Vuiiderllp was born In Illinois uud is only forty-one yer.is of age. Ho was
brought up on a farm, worked for a tlmo In n machine shop, 'became n reporter
nnd later flnnnclal editor of a Chicago iiewnpupcr nnd begun Jits public career
as prlvutu sreretiiry to Secretary of the Treasury Lyuiun J. Ongc.
8PECIAL COURT TERM
(Continued from Pane 1.)
nolulu; Edward Towso, Honolulu;
Ramuol Ehrllch. Honolulu; F. J. Cross,
uonoiuiu; wiuard k. llrown, Honolulu.
This vcnlro Is returnable Feb. 12.
Trial Jurors C. A. Do Cow. Hono
lulu; Samuel K. Paulo, Honolulu; Wil
liam Ebcllng, Hllo; Ernest II. Austin,
Hllo; Henry E. Kelsey. Hllo. Hawaii:
David Haughs, Honolulu; Oeorgo
Watt, liana, Maul; Charles E. Kemp
iter, Kohala. Hawaii: Samuel Ladd.
Honolulu; Harold Giles, Honolulu; Al
fred It. Hatfield, Honolulu; Albert D.
Clark, Honolulu; Robert J. Pratt, Ho
nolulu; C. A. Honneborg, Hpnolulu;
W. Russell Booto, Walluku, Maul; M.
Fernandez, Honolulu; David O Mam
mon, Honolulu; C. J, Holt, Honolulu;
Edward Hanapt, Honolulu; Charles
Crozler, Honolulu; Isaac Testa, Hono
lulu; William Savldge, Honolulu; Jas.
K. Nakapuahl, Hllo; J. C. Qulnn, Ho
nolulu; E. C. Cbapln, Honolulu; Her
man Eldarts, Puna; William O. Scott,
wanuku, Maul; W. E. smltn, Koioa,
ICauat: Lincoln L. McCandless. Hono
lulu; A. S. Kalclopu, Honolulu; Harry
Wagner, Honolulu; E. colt llouron,
& Co., Ltd,
Wholesale MAIN 92.
Honolulu; John Lane, Honolulu; Zeno
K. Meyers, Honolulu; Richard Dabel,
Honolulu; Albert Trask, Honolulu;
Joao Castello, Hllo; J. Ouderklrk, Ho.
nolulu; James A. Williams, Honolulu;
Joseph Fernandez, Honolulu; H. F.
Dertelmann, Honolulu; J, II, Harrison,
Honolulu; Frank Godfrey, Honolulu;
II. M. Whitney Jr., Honolulu; James
W. h. McGutro, Honolulu; Samuel An.
drows, Makua, Oahu; F. M. Lewis, Ho
nolulu; Samuel 1 French, Honolulu.
Those Jurors aro summoned to ap
pear Feb. 10,
Among tho cases which wero con-
unuva irom mo uciouor term, ana
which are to come to trial at this spe
cial term aro 'those of tho men who
were arrested on board tbo transport
Sherman on charges ot having coun
terfeit money In their possession.
Among thoso who have bcon commit
ted by tho U. S. Commissioner, andj
arc to come before tho Grand Jury, aro
Oswald Mayall, charged with adultery;
David Wahlno, charged with Btcaliug
government cartridges from tho rlllo
rango; Joo Rlvelra, charged with adul
tery; several rorto mean damsels.
cuurgeu wun uigamy; anu some Jap
anese adultery cases.