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Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
. O. O. DOCKim, Business Manager of
the Bulletin Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being Drat duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says; That the following
la a true and correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Janu
ary 19, 1906, of tho Dally and Wook
ly Editions of 'the Evening Dulletln:
' Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
8aturday, Jan. 13 2377
Monday, Jan. IS 2120
Tuesday, Jan. 16 2105
Wednesday, Jan. 17 2109
Thursday, Jan. 18 2104
first stand on the Statehood bill. f
Naturally all this antagonism causosl
n question as to what It Is al about. '
The answer la rounu in me raimnj c
bate legislation which Roosevelt will
exact from Congress If possible.
The Philippine bill, tho Statehood
bill, the Panama canal Investigation
nrc nothing more than tho chosen
grounds for the preliminary skirmishes
leading up to the great battle of the
railroads against the President or, In
other words, the rnllroads against til
nennlc. That Is what gives special In
terest to the early lining up. The
iltlien who does not follow the play fot
nlaco closely Is nlmost certain to in
come switched from the main Issue.
Which Is Just what opponents of rail
toad legislation are scheming for. They
would lie In transports of Joy could they
once make the pcoplo believe tnat tno
fate of the country depends on the prin
ciples Involved In free trade witu a
possession, the arbitrary action of the
Secretary of War or the admission ol
It Is not probable tho President and
his anti-rebate supporters will allow
this. Should worst como to worst tncy
would undoubtedly sacrifice both Phil
ippine tree trade and Statehood bills.
Tho President was very quick to prick
I the Panama blockade scheme. Instead
of allowing a long wranglo over tho
Justice of certain charges, whlcli mlgni
be the subject for lengthy orations on
the floor of the Homo and Senate, thd
President urged that an Investigation
start as soon as possible. It Is hardly
possible the Philippines and Statehood
ran be bo easily disposed oi.
A UNITED STATES SENATOR
Peruna Tor Dyspepsia Win
Successful Inauguration of tho Itn
migration of Molokan agriculturalists
and settlers Is cause (or general cou-
jn" io" " 2118'gratulatlon. J. B. Castle Is entitled ta
Average Dally Circulation 2155
. Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1S06 .... 2315
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
, Island of Hawaii alone 1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
By C. Q. BOCKUS,
' Subscribed and sworn to be-
foro me this 20th day of Jan-
SEAL uary, 1906.
P. II. I1UUNETTK.
Notary Fubllc, Honolulu, County of
.JAN. 24, 1900
Everybody sent n cablegram except
Spalding. Doubtless bo la headed for
''Wrecks on tho Pacific Coast are cre
ating some new steamer problems in
Once before we got along with two
Circuit Judges. Tho President may
Qgure It can be done again.
Under the circumstances the possi
bility of the appointment falling to him
may appeal to Mr. Anderson as not far
removed from a crown or morns.
The Dowager's call for an assembly
of those eligible to succeed the Em
peror Is likely to suggest to the Em
peror that his head might bo more
Wo trust that evory man short of
.quarters may bo able to honestly tes
tify to Its being the direct result ol
Chinese New Year custom corrallng
Since Honolulu has cnoy i mott of
tho excitement of securing the Molo-
.kans, It is rather unkind to ship them
'direct to their destination without glv
. Ing the town a glimpse of our new fel
Tho beauty of promotion work nt
present Is the fact that a majority of
the new Ideas come with a band of
workers ready to back them up. It Is
uot a caso of proposing- good things to
consume the time of other people ex
nil tho commendation posslblo to give
a gentleman with high Ideals which he
Is willing to back with his own money.
Tho Territorial administration 1ms ccr
talnly established Its good faith and
uo doubt Mr. Spalding Is deserving
considerable credit notwithstanding
most of the bilcks thrown during the
affair have been In his direction.
Promoters of this .Molokan Immigra
tion be!lee It to be the beginning of
movement that will go far toward mak
ing tho rcolutlou In tho agricultural
Industry of these Islands more peaceful
and at tho same time mutually profit-
"able. We bellcc every level-headed
citizen in the Territory hopes every
anticipation will be realized.
Pessimists will not bo lacking. They
never arc. .Nor will there be an absence
of the tricky element that would be
giatltled with a falluro of this venture
In the hope of their special bobbles
having better chance of serious consid
eration. No doubt incidents will nrise
which will present these Molokans as
peculiar Individuals, soma may call
them cranks and claim tno islands
would be well rid of them. It will be
remarkable Indeed if one hundred fam
ilies or live hundred families of a hith
erto unknown people come to any part
of these Islands and are not very lib
erally picked to pieces by some person
or faction among present residents and
It Is very necessary to tho Ameri
can development of Hawaii, however,
that this immigration movement and
these people, after once on the land,
shall succeed. Toward this end we
aro satisfied the prevailing sentiment
of the Territory will be centered. Our
citizens are beginning to leant that they
can uo things. The clouds of pessiru
Ism are giving way before a steadily
Increasing energy that will not accept
any bucIi text as "It can't be done."
These Molokans will establish horad
In a Territory whero homo builders are
especially wanted. They will worlc
They are pf a nationality readily assim
ilated with American people and their
Ideals. They should exerclso a far
reaching and most excellent lnllucuci
on Hawaii's Industrial Ufa and com
At the present time tho only pros
pective cause for regret In the Molokan
movement is tho possibility that the
first bne hundred families might be
the forerunner of a less number thau
Large Tracts May Soon Be
Thrown Open To
SOME OF THE LEASES
TO EXPIRE THIS YEAR
LANDS ALREAfaY INVESTIGATED
FOR BENEFIT OF MOLOKANS
IF KAPAA SCHEME
Acting Land Commissioner Lyons
this morning, on request, showed a
statement of tho tracts of Government
land In Hllo district, which aro at pres
ent under lease to tho Hakalau Plan
tation Co., but tho leases or which will
soon expire. Tbcso aro tho lands on
which It was Intended to settlo the
Molokans. If the Kapaa deal bad fallen
through, and at leat somo of them
wil now probably bo thrown open to
settlers under conditions similar to
thoso of tho Kapaa schemo. It-la pos
sible that theso also will be settled by
During tho height of tho entangle
ment between J.B.Castle and Col. Spald.
ding tho former delegated F. B. Mc
Stocker to examine tho Hakalau lands,
which Castle would havo used as a soc
end strlnir to his bow had It been noc-
cssarv. It Is understood that Mc-
Stockcr's report on tho Vuids was a fa
vorable one. and also that the planta
tion people seem willing to enter on a
canc-sr ndlng contract or a similar
turo to tho ono Just completed between
tho Molokans and tho Makce sugar uo.
Tho hakalau Government lands,
whlcli will bo avallablo In tho near fu
ture. 'aro as follows:
Onea Pelcau. comprising an area of
1,100 acres, of which 1,050 aro under
lcaso to tho Hakalau Plantation Co.
Tho lands nro leased for a period of 20
years, at $315 per annum. Tho leaso
expires July 22, 190C.
I.eneloa-Kauntho. comprising an
area of 308 acres, all of which Is held
liv Dm nn ulantatlon under a 2C year
lease, at $160 a year, which cxplrus
January 1, 1907
Hakalau-lkl, containing an irea of
C03.no acres, all of which Is held by the
plantation under a 30-ycar lease, at
$500 a year, which, expires October 15,
Kalwlkl-Walca, containing Jj&OU
acres, all of which Is leased to me
plantation, for 25 years, at $300 per
annum, the lease expiring Juno 15,
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PUT IT ON SUGAR.
'.-tnlUl SUtn Rrnotor from South
. Members of tho Promotion commit'
tee give assuranco that the tourist bus
iness Is paying and Castlp'n ruccess Is
on earnest of immigration prospects,
Those 100,000 tourists and 1UO.00O
European Immigrants nro not so far
off after all.
EX-U. 8. Senator M. C. Jlutlor from
South Carolina, was Senator from
that state for two terms. In a recent
latter f rom Washington, D. C, he says:
"lean recommend Peruna tor dys
pepsia and stomach trouble. I have
been using your medicine tor a short
period and I feel -very much relieved.
It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine be'
sides a good tonic." M. C. Uutler.
Peruna Is not simply a remedy for
dyspepsia. Poxunn Is a catarrh remedy.
Peruna cures Uyspcpsla becauso It Is
generally dependent upon catarrh of tho
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from tho use of Peruna,
write at onco to Dr. Hsrtman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
bo pleased id give you his valuable ad
Address Br. Hartman, President of
Th Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O-
For special directions ovory one
should read "Tho Ills of Life." a copy
of which surrounds each bottle Pe
runa Is for sale by all chemists and
druggists at one dollar per bottle, or
six bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence
with Dr. Ilartman and can wait tbo
necessary delay In receiving a reply,
should address Dr. 8. D. Hartman, Co
lumbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
Benson, Smith & Co. win supply tne
retail drug trade In Honolulu.
The fact that tho United
needs about $20,000,000 of additional
revenue has set a number of philan
thropists at work figuring on how to
get it for mm without hurting anybody
A reduction of the tariff on certain
articles would stimulate importations
ond produce the cash, but the Idea of
buying more from the foreigners Is
painful to all standpatters who believe
that the foreigner pays the tax, on
humanitarian grounds they are against
It. It is quite evident to them that
there is no foreigner who can afford
to pay us an addition $20,000,000 with
out going broke.
Another dollar a barrel on beer would
do It, but the brewers would object. An
Increased tax on tobacco would do It,
but there nro the retail and wholesale
tobacco men to kick on that. Three
cents a pound on coffee would turn the
trick, but for tho fact that the grocers
would see tho government In Jamaica
before they would give their consent,
How Is Uncle Sam to get that $20,-
000.000 without doing anything to any
body that anybody would object to his
doing, The American grocer has solved
the problem. Put another, hair-cent mi
port duty on sugar.. Wo Import about
four billion pounds of sugar. Four bil
lions multiplied by $0,005, whoopee! It
comes to $20,000,000, Just what we
want. Isn't It n fortuitous coincidence?
Put It on sugar. Sugar is cheap and no
body would miss the half cent's worth
In the pound, 'i here Is another advunt
ago whlcli perhaps you have not
thought of. It would enable the do
mestic producer to put his sugar up
half a notch. It was the happiest Idea
In tho world to put It on sugar.
. 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.
IN U8E OF WHARF IS
THE LEMMON-EARLE DIRECT
It has been suggested In England
that motor cars should be provided
with cowcatchers, and the suggestion
Is favorably received outside of auto
i W. T. Stead says, procrastination Is
(he secret of all Russia's troubles with
Japan and more recently Its own peo
ple. Granting the truth of It, the coun.
try will never wake up. It the exper
ience of the most recent months docs
not have the desired effect
BUCKEYE UL0B PROGRAM
The recommendation of the Buckeye
Club that tho McKlnley Memprial
should bo revived, merits the atten
tlon of the McKlnley Memorial Com
mltteo if that organization Is not mori
bund. The present condition of this
Memorial Is a credit to no ono. Pos
sibly some will hold that former resi
dents of Ohio have no'moro right to
command what shall be done than the
pure-blood citizens of Honolulu. If
they did not have a special right to be
heard, their direction would bo well
worth following when It opens a way
to "make good "
Every person who contributed to
tho memorial fund Is fully Justified in
demanding that something be done to
vard the purpose for which their money
wawa given. The plan of the Buckeye
Club satisfies that demand.
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all klnda
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
8 lie of lot 75x123; modern
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Lot 00x90; modern cottage,
THE PRESIDENT'S FIGHT
It was promised that "Insurgent" Re
publicans would make their first stand
', against the President on the Philippine
I" bill. The vote in the House of Itenro.
sentatlves hardly fulfilled the predict,
tlon. The Philippine fight has been
passed on to the Senate. From all pres
ent Indications the Representatives are
gathering their forces to make their
Trust Co., Limited.
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WE ARE NOW SHOWING A BEAU
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These are the finest products of
French and German Manufacturers,
exquisite In design and workmanship,
laundry beautifully and come but one
to the pattern.
When you buy one of these, you may
be sure that no one else will have one
SWISS DRESS PATTERNS
Embroidered and 8hlrred
Eyelet Embroidery, French Knots,.
Eyelet Embroidery, Shirred
S18.00 to $30.00 each
MULL DRESS PATTERNS
Alt Mercerized and Hand Embroid
ered. Embroidered, Shirred and Tucked,,
Elaborately Embroidered .
$20.00 to $30 EACH
LINEN DRESS PATTERNS
All Hand Embroidered,
Sheer Linen Lawn
$12.50 and $10.00 EACH
Heavy Dress Linen
Old Bleached Linens
$10.50 to $25.00 each
Bleached Dress Linens
.... $30.00 and $35.00 EACH
JEWELS IN GARBAGE HEAP
Editor Evening Bulletin: Consist
ency, thou. art a Jowell Here's how
tho Advertiser's venom-tank again
springs a Icimhls morning In Its usual
weak -spotrft)ie editorial:
"It !' erUfreiysafe ito say that If
Judge Itoblnson gets any good news ho
will eclcbrato'? Iti outside tho court
house." J 1
Then follow almost Immediately, In
the samo column, these self-accusing
"'Don't knock.' Olvo a man to un
derstand you havo a good opinion of
him and boil nearly break his neck
trying to live up to It"
"Don't have too much to Ray about
your ancient Uncage, lest others be re
minded that ancestry mcrgos Into apo-hood."
Itubblng types with tho 'TIscr 'torlnls
appear theso further autoiccusatlons'
"Don't regard a man with disfavor
merely because ho differs from your
political, religious or social theories.
Probably you both' believe only that
which you were taught, and perhaps
neither believes truly,"
"Hear the other side. Even It you
chanco to be right. It will bo good for
you to learn also this fact that there
Is more than' one point of view In this
"Don't discard tho wholo because
thero Is a certain part you can't ac
cept." JOHN JONES.
UP TO 'DATE STYLES
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OHY of the City of Honolulu and tho
Territory of Hawaii will bo published
this spring under tho direction of ex
pert compilers of long experience.
IT 18 OP THE GREATEST IMPOR
TANCE that The Lemmon-Earlo Di
rectory, a thoroughly up-to-dato dlrecU
ory compiled from the most careful
house-to-houso' canvass, should not be
confused with what Is known as Hus
led's.' Directory or any ''other 'so-called
THE LEMMON-EATtLE establish,
ment guarantees to produce a city and
Island directory that will meet tho ex
act needs of tho business community
In every essential detail of excellence
and unless the work Is entirely satis
factory In ovcry particular all pay
ments will bo cheerfully refunded.
THE LEMMON-EAIILE manage
ment Is not getting out Hustcd's Di
rectory, nor has It any wish so to do;
It purposes giving to tbo public a di
rectory that Is IN EVERY SENSE A
DIRECTORY, a book that can bo de
pended on to bo CORRECT IN ALL
FOR THE FIRST TIME tbo city
and Islands avlll bo systematically and
thoroughly canvassed and this canvass
will bo made for tho Lemmon-Earlo
Directory and for no other.
THE PUBLIC IS WARNED to mako
no mlstako. An up-to-dato directory of
tho city and Territory will bo publish
ORACE M. EAIILE.
Llliuc, Jan. 22. At Intervals the
qucrtlon of wharf charges at tho dif
ferent landings comes up and cause
n lot of discussion In tho districts af
fected; occasionally the dispute Is
brought Into court and settled ono wa
At Koloa tho Question Is Just now al
Issuo owing to tho decision of tho su
gar company to collect wharfago from
outsiders having goods delivered at
tno landing, ino ngni oi a person iu
collect a feo for tho use of a landing
presupposes thn ownership of tho same
by the party attempting It, and In this
case there Is no question but that the
wharf Is Bltualed on tho land belong
Ing to Mrs. A. S. Knudscn, now undci
leaso to tho Koloa Sugar Co. On the
other hand, thero Is a provision giving
the public at largo tho right to futuro
froo use of tho property. If It has been
allowed tho use of It unhindered for a
term of years. Tho pcoplo In Koloa
claim that they havo had tho uso of
the landing for something like sixty
years; In fact, beforo over the Koloa
Sugar Company was heard of and they
think that that Is tlmo enough to glvo
them right by ndverso possession.
Also that tho fact that a Government
road and a $2,000 Oovernmont bridge
rnnstliiitn tho onlv access to the wharf.
8omc ten years ago the question ot
these landing charges camo up In a
suit beforo yoter Commissioner Ha
nuku. About S110 wcro collected
among the residents ot the district to
nav for tho expenses ot having tb
matter settled through tho courts, bu
a Mr. Mncoon. who had offered to un
dertako tho suit, wanted conslderabll
more tho matter was dropped ana mi
pcoplo never got a proper decision one
way or tho other. Now tho old com
plalnt'ls troubling the district again
and it Is rumored that the thing will
bo brought beforo tho couri tnis
tlmo, and a proper settlement of tb
vexed question bo arrived au
United States Customs Service, Port
of Honolulu, Hawaii, January 23, 1000.
In accordance with the provisions of
Article 1223, Customs .Regulations ot
1899, notice Is hereby given that nil
unclaimed goods remnlnlng In tho pub-1
He stores ono year or more prior to
January 1, 1906, will be sold at public
auction at the Custom House, Hono
lulu, on Thursday, March 1, 1906, at
10 o clock a. m. Catalogs of tho said
goods may be seen at tho Custom
House.- E. It. STACKABLE,
32S9 Jan. 24, 31; Feb. 7. I
NEW - TO-DAY
ATTENTION, COMPANY Al
Every member Is requested to bo at
the. Drill Shed Thursday evening, Jan
uary 23, at 7:30 o'clock, ,i
O. J, WHITEHEAD,
32S9-2t Capt. Commanding;
HU8TEO'S 1906-7 DIRECTORY.
Announcement will bo mado through
tho press of tho arrival -of tho mana
ger (within a few weeks), Mcnntlmo
patrons and tho general public aro
wnrned that NO ONE- IS AUTHOR
IZED TO CANVASS ANY PART OE
THE CITY OR TERRITORY EITHER
FOR NAMES OF RESIDENTS, AD
VERTISING OR SUBSCRIPTIONS
FOR THE 1906-7 ISSUE OK HUS
TED'8 DIRECTORY OF HONOLULU.
Kill H II
TO STOCKHOLDERS OF THE HO.
NOLULU RAPID TRANSIT i.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN time
tho annual meeting of stockholders ot
tho Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
Company jvlll Je bold at tho Chamber
of Comme'rco Assembly' rooms. Stan
gcnwald Building, In the City ot Hono
lulu, County of oahu. Territory of Ha
waii, on .Wednesday, the 31st day of
January, A. D. 190C, at 3:30 p. m., for
tno gearing oi tno annual reports or
tho pfflcors and such other business
as may como beforo the meeting.
Dy Order of the Board of Directors.
GEORGE P. TIHELEN,
3289 Jan. 2, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.
(Continued from Ps I-)
Saloon. He was bleeding from a wound
on the forehead. Later he was re
moved to ins upartments In the Young
hotel by friends'.
No complaints havo been mado to the
police In the case. Although there
were half a dozen or more soldiers on
hand an1 only ono civilian, the latter
did not get much tho worst of the deal
It, all reports from the camp hospital
Governor Carter, who Is at home, 111
In bed, was this' afternoon reported
with a higher fever and In not as good
condition as yesterday. Dr. Judd Is
attending the Governor, He Is said
to be suffering 'from a rather severe
attack of the grip.
HOUSES TO LET
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Superintendent W. A. H. Connor ot
tho harbor dredging hos mado com
plaint to tho government Inspector sta
tioned on tho Pacific, rcprescntlus
Lieut. Slattery of the engineer's offleo.
that the Inter-Island steamer Klnau
jesterday by means of her propeller
washed a lot ot dirt from the Inter
Island slip Into the harbor bottom
whnro It had already been deepened.
The dredging pcoplo allege that while
the Klnau lay at her wharf all of yes
terday morn nc with her noso against
tho banlcs her propeller was kept Irfrao-
tlon, thus causing, tno wafers io cicau
out the slip.
The government contract docs not
Include the deepening of the different
sllns. The Pacific Is now working near
the Inter-Island wharves and has just
finished her work up to tne Klnau
wharf. It Is claimed the action of the
Klnau propeller would naturally throw
r. lor of mud out Into tbo'harbor proper.
Suuerintendent Connor says be will
not go over tho place again. The gov
ernment Inspector says he will see that
no other Inter-Island boat repeats the
performance. Thero Is no fund pro
vided for going over places again
filled ud from slips and It the dredg
ing people clean up the dirt from the
Klnau dock somo one will have to pay
for it, so Superintendent Connor says.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probato. In tho Matter
of tho Estate ot Mrs. Hannah Fisher,
ueceasca. uruer of Notlco of Hearing
Petition for Administration. On read
ing and filing tho petition ot Magglo
Fisher, a daughter of said intestate,
alleging that Mrs. Hannah Fisher of
Honolulu, Oabu, on the ISth day of
January, A. D, 190C, leaving property
In the Hawaiian Islands necessary to
be administered upon, and praying
that Letters ot Administration Issuo
to Richard H. Trent, it Is ordered that
Monday, tho 20th dny of February, A.
D. 1906, at o'clock a. m.r bo and here
by Is appointed for hearing said peti
tion In the court room of this court at
Honolulu, at which tlmo and placo all
porsons concerned may appear and
show cause, If any they have, why said
petition should not be granted, and
that notice of this order be published
In tho English language onco a week
for three successlvo weeks In tho Evo
nlng Bulletin newspaper In Honolulu.
Dated at Honolulu January 23, 1000.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY JR.,
Second Judge ot tho Circuit Court of
the First Circuit.
Attest: W. R. SIMS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot tho
3289 Jan. 24, 31; Feb. 7, 14.
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