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CVHN1NQ OUIAETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., FRIDAY, JAN. 2C. 190G.
that nil Important characteristic which
fulfills a first Ideal a free library.
The men nnd women under whoso
ti.n.i,i i.-... - n o.. i rare Ihe books have been selected nud
..,';,"' iZL ."Y,,",""""" I fund expended to the best advantage,
at U' King Street. Honolulu,
T II by tlio
dcsere better of the city. Their tlmo
ntul thought has been gleu to thu
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD ' PpPlc freely. Their only request!!
1 1 hn e been for means that they might
WALLACe'r. FARRINOTON.. Editor uo n"'"' not for themselves, but for
ine people wuom iney serve wiinoui
Entered at the I'ostofflce at Mono
lulu ns soeond clam mnttcr.
Payable In Advance.
Ver month, nny where In U. S..J
Ter quarter, anywhere In U. 3
'.iniiiii'i nr nrlrp. Yet nfter nil Oman
cam of philanthropic work, tlio prlvl-
tntrn nt tnlHmr linnka frnm Htn llmm.
'lulu Library Is monopolized by those
hating the price, it It superfluous to
tell an Intelligent community that n
library n-lth such limitations Is lack
ing In one of Its first essentials.
Public libraries of the present day
75 nro hardly clashed ns public when
2.00 available only to the few nblo to pay
I'er year, anywhere In U. 8 8.00 n fee- Th( purpoo of such on lustltu-
Per year, postpaid, forilcn 11.00' ,lon should be to cdurnte nil, rather
1z months I .60
for year, anywhere In U. 8.... 1.00
Per year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
O. fl. HOCKITS, llualncfs Manager of
Ibe lluHctln Publishing Company, Lira
Hod, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the follow Inc
Is a true and correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Janu
ary 19, 1906, of the Dally and Weak
ly Editions of tho Evening Uulletln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 13 2377
Monday, Jan. 15 2120
Tuesday, Jan. 16 2105
Wednesday, Jan. 17 2109
Thursday, Jan. 18 2104
Friday, Jan. 19 2116
Average Dally Circulation 2155
Circulation of Weekly Bulletln.-
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1906 2316
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
Island of Hawaii alone 1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
Hy C. O. DOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this !0th day of Jan-
IEEAL uary, 19u6.
r. II. nUHNKTTE.
Notary Public. Honolulu, County of
than sent' ns a coincidence for those
selected by money values rather than
Mnnagers of the library nro now de
voting thcmeeltcs to n plan by which
they bope tu obtain enough money
from those able to pay for book prlvl
lege, to establish a reading-room for
the school pupils. It seems cxtrnordl
nan that Fomc person of large means
hould not respond and take tho bur
ilen of finance off the shoulders of
thec philanthropic managers, Slnco
this seems Improbnblo nt tho present
time, the people of smaller means
should by their patronage do what they
uiii towards assisting tho workers.
JUDGE CLARK OF KONA
Kdltor Hvcnlng Uulletln: It strikes
the nverago Konalto very oddly, to say
the least, that there should bo such a
sudden outcry ngnlnst Judge Clark ho-
cntisc of Ills peculiar habits.
As I undcrstnnd, he has had theso
habits for years nnd no one has de
manded his rcmnnl.
of language by one of his opponents;
If he does occasionally go on a spree
he still remains n much better man,
citizen, nnd judge than his Intemperate,
accusers could possibly be under tho
most fnvorablu conditions of physical
These people who are kicking up
such n row may not be drunk In tho
ordinary sense of the word, but they
Rro Intoxicated with egotism, social
dislocation, and a sense of importance
Ilut, Just na tho Judge begins to not recognized by any ono ten feet
stand out ngnlnst tho actions of cor- nway from their persons,
tain parties hero (In n perfectly Judl-1 This Is a freo country, It Is true,
clal way), because ho Is lined In with but there nro n few things that a man,
those who favor Law nnd Order, lie ts or n woman cither, ought to bo kept
called n drunkard, nnd alarm Is taken from doing. A lawyer has no more
at his "beastly Intoxication". I right to mnkc mischief lu older to col
Now, In Kona at least, no one should lect fees than a doctor has to mnkc
tnko fright nt nn Intoxtcntcd man. He people sick In order to cure them for a
forms n pnrt of Konn's lovely land I fee.
fcenpe. He gyrates picturesquely on Buch doctors nnd lawyers nro said
the slopes of the mountain. Like the, to exist, but I hope not. Drunkenness
prnyers of the Turk, his adorations, would bo a golden Urtue by the side
fnll from tho housetops. of such a vice. Ilememberlng Lincoln
lie practices medicine, nnd law, and,' wouiu say that If Judge Clark s v. hi
sits on tho Uench
So fnr.ns Judgo Clark Is concerned,
he Is nnd has been an Impartial Judge,
and mnny enn testify to his fnlr deci
sions. Ho Is honest, pays his bills out of a
malt salary, minds his own business
and Rtnys at homo when he isn't in
tho court room. Ho Is n d n sight
better In all respects thnn any of
those who nccuso him.
If ho was drunk on n certain occa
sion specified with such n luxuriance
.JAN. 20, 1900.
Assuming that Judgo Iloblnson s
friends wnnt to gloat over the Govern
or, present circumstances might give
It the appearance of hitting a man
when he Is down.
Judging from the communication!
received by the Uulletln, Kona has a
judicial attalr on Its hands that In
vohes more than a third of a bottle ol
black and white.
Young men of Annapolis academy
will eventually learn ns men of our
tollcges and universities are learning,
that there are much better ways of de
veloping tourageous manhood than by
IF IT BE TRUE
The President dircitA the reappoint
rnent of Judge Hoblnson.
The Uulletln need hardly state to Its
readers its tlrm loavlitlon that the
President In so doing nits for the best
Interests ot Justlio in the Tcrrlturj of
Hawaii. That the icappolutment will
meet with general approval was fun
cast b) the unanimity ot Judge Itubln
Popular KntUfai lion over tills Judl
clal appointment will be overshadowed,
for the time being, with the widespread
discussion of the assumed political
phases of tho situation and Carter'
pull with the President.' The Hullo
tin hesitates to dampen thu cnlhuj
lasm of anjone, but Is nevertheless of
the opinion that tho Governors "pull
with tho President" Is Just as strong
ns It ever was. An Impression has been
created that diversion of Presidential
action from the pathway pointed by
the Governor was Impossible. This did
not establish the fact. Tho Ilulletiu
has never been ready to believe that
a thc-klng-cnn-do-nowrong friendship
or olllclal relation existed between the
President and tho Governor. Wo do
not know that the Governor ever said
anything to help the popular Impres
sion along. The people talking among
themselves havo talked themselves Intu
nn Idea that we In Hawaii are under an
absolute dictatorship. It hasn't beta
the Governor's plate to talk.
Failure of Judge Robinson to secure
reappointment would under tho clr
cumstanccs go far toward confirming
the popular Impression. We have no
doubt, however, that the Governor wilt
congratulate Judgo Hoblnson on lit)
success, and Hawal will not stop to in
dulge in an aftermath row.
London, Jan. 1. Tho alien law
passed nt the last session of Parliament
went Into force today. Tho first eltcct
ot the new law was that tlio Immigra
tion olllcers refused o permit the laud
ing ot twenty-four out of fort-two Im
migrants from Germany.
The alien act prohibits Immigrants
from landing in Great llrllalu except
at ports whero an Immigration olllcif
Is statloncl and only with his consent
and after n medical Inspection. Im
migrants may bo refused permission
to land If unable to show that they nro
In a position to obtain means to keep
themselves decently, If Insane, If on
a count of disease or other causes they
tore likely to becomo a charge to tlio
mxpujcrv, u me uutu uvvu m-iuciin-i,
abroad for an cxtradltablo crime not
of a political nature, or If they have
previously been expelled from Great
Urltaln. The Homo Secretary may also
order tho expulsion of an alien on u
lertllknlo from a court of law.
Tho bll. however, provides that au
alien shall not bo refused permission
to land on account of want of means 1:
able to provo that ho or slio Is seeking
admission to Great Urltaln solely to
avoid prosecution for political offenses.
key will help these people to Judge
Clark's respect for Law nnd Order,
they would do well to keep tilled up
A SOUTH KONATE.
Jan. S3, 190C.
Professor T. J. J. See, of Washington,
nan determine the height of the at
mospnere by i new system, which con
slsts In noting tho time of sunset nnd
that of tho complete disappearance of
me niuo ot tno sky.
Grand Clearance Sale
Ladies,' Misses' and Children's
THURSDAY, FEU. 1st, AT 8. O'CLOCK, wo will begin n mammoth salo
of ladles'. Misses', Children's and Infants' Wearing Apparel at greatly ro
These goods nrc first-class In every particular, tho same goods that you
havo been buying every day nt regular prices.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
Coats and Jackets
"How do you uiiiiiirv to catch yonr
Heeling f.uii nt " uski tin- editor
"I write tin-in cm Hj paper " explains
Uiu coutriliittoi t'h'ciig) Tribune.
General Saussicr. recently numbered
among the dead soldiers of Prance, was
In twenty-four campaigns, great and
small. Including the Algerian, Crimean
Italian, Austrian, Mexican and German
LADIES' 34 COAT8!
Woolen, nsst. colors
Crnvenctte, nsst. colors
Pongee, Oriental trimming
LADIES' LONG COATS:
Khaki Automobile Coats, with capes .
Khaki Automobllo Coats, plain
Mohair, Navy nnd Drowns
Waterproof, Drown and Modes
Pongee, Champagne nnd Navy
Gloria Cloth, Nnvy nnd Orny
Crnvcnetto. Mixed Drowns
USUAL PRICE. SALE PRICE.
Assorted Styles . . ..
Pongeo Slik, Oriental
16. and 18.
18." '" "
6. to 12.
13. to 16.
4. to 6.50
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS.
Misses' Long Conts, osst Drowns...
Misses' Long Coats, extra length...
Misses' Jacket. Dlack Tnffeta
Children's Jackets, 2 to 10 yrs. Navy.
Children's Jackets, Whlto PIquo
Suits and Skirts
Jjnt.-tf.Wk?l VV.ONa BACKIm
W 'Kgygf" -
MISSES' WOOLEN SKIRTS, assorted
Walking Skirts, Mixed Colors
Ladles' Cloth, black
Voile, Dlnck '
Tnffetn Silk. Drown '.'.'.'.'.'.
Shirred nnd Pleated. Dlack and Nnvy'.'.'
Voile, Dlnck nnd Drowns
Cravenette, Oxford ..,'.
Alpaca, AsBoited Colors
Cravenette, Oxford and Drown '.
Voile, Dlack, with Silk Slip
NEEDS OP THE LIBRARY
We believe It was the rtov. Dorcmus
Scudder who uttered something to tho
effect that Honolulu might havo public
eplrlt, but it finds comparatively llttlo
expression in what Is done for tho pub
lic library. Probably Rev. Doremus will
say that ho didn't mean exactly as tho
Uulletln has put It. Whether ho docs
or not, tho thought Is to the point.
There Is no discounting tho amount
of excellent work done by the mana
gers to keen tho Honolulu I.lhrnrv un
to Its present standard. Nothing but'
praise is duo the few persons of
wealth and good motives through
whoso generosity tho library exists.
Tho Honolulu Library, however. Is not
tho Institution It should bo to exem
plify the public spirit of this city. Thla
may be another way of saying that wo
have very llttlo public spirit.
In tho first place tho building Is an
Insignificant affair when compared
with the public libraries of mainland
cities. As a collection of brick and
mortar It does not stand forth as rep
resenting especially high Ideals.
Ilut tho appearance or tho accom
modations of tho building could boi
overlooked If the Institution possessed
NUUANU VALLEY! 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room. cottage
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 75 x 125; modern
HOUSE and LOT, Makikl St.
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
Trust Co., Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.,
uoien Biun waist mnis, Mixed Colors. 15.
Pcau do Sole Suit, Dlack 20.
juiiur-maue aim. Mixed Oroya 12.
Tailor-made Suit, Dlack 15
Tallor-mado Suit, Drown 14,
Tallor-mado Suit, Navy 18
Tallor-mado Suits, asst. Colors 20.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Whlto Lawn, asst. Styles 125
!?". ttnd Grajr Chambray '. Jl.'and 1.25
Whlto Lawns, asst. Styles 1.50
Whlto Lawn, Dlack French Knots 1.50
vviuio Lawns, Asst. Styles 2.50 and 2.75
Whlto Dotted Swls 3.50 and 4.50
iiuci uuiieu awiss , 550
White Lawn 6
White Mull, hand embroidered, slzo -12 g
Whlto Mull, hand embroidered, slze'46! '. 18.'
Whlto Valenciennes Lncc, slzo 38 25
Ecru Fancy Laco Waists, bIzcs 34,' 38.7 18."
65c and 75c
3.50 an $4.
Children's and Infants' Wear
Whlto Muslin Skirts
Whlto Muslin Dresses ."","'
Whlto Muslin Dresses
Infants' Muslin Slips
Infants' Muslin Slips
Children's Colorod Olngham Dresneg'"
Children's Colored Gingham Dresses
Children's Colored Lawn Dresses.
Children's White Lawn Dresses..
Children's Asst. Wash Stilts
Children's White PIquo Suits
Children's Whlto Sun Donnets
Children's White Sun Donnets .. ""
Infants' French DonnetH
Inrants" Silk Donnets
Infants' Eiderdown Coats, asst. colors!!
75c and $1.
75c and $1.
$1.25 and 1.50
1.25 and 1.50
2.50 to 4.50
1. to 6.50
3. to 5.
50c and 76o
1.25 and 1.50
75c to $2.50
1. to 2.
1.50 to 5.
1.50 to 3.
50c to 3.50
1.75 to 3.
1. to 3.
l-1 Gain Strength for Work
In office and factory, shop, store or kitchen girls are at
work all over this land, and, alas I far beyond their strength.
Young women who work are especially liable to female Ills. Too often
the girl Is the bread winner of the family and she must toll unremit
tingly, no matter If her back does ache, her limbs and abdomen throb
with dull pain and dragging sensations, and dizzy spells make her
utterly unfit for work. These are the sure signs of female Irregularities
which kill beauty and youth.
lydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
builds health and strength for all women who work and are weary. It
creates the vitality that makes work easy. From the thousands of
grateful letters written by working girls to Mrs. PInkham we quote
the following :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I (eel It my duty to tell you the good Lydla
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier have done for me.
Before I took them I was very nervous, had dull headaches, pains In back,
and monthlies were Irregular. I had been to several doctors and they did
me no good.
Your medicine has made me we'll and strong, I can do most any kind of
work without complaint, and my periods are all right.
I am In better health than I ever was, and I know It Is all due to your
remedies. I recommend your advice and medicine to all who suffer.
Miss Adby P. Barrows, Nolsonvllle, Athens Co., Ohio.
Oh, If American girls who work would only realize that they have but
one life to live, and make the most of their precious health and
Mrs. Pinkham extends to every working girl who Is In ill health a
cordial Invitation to write her for advice. Such letters are always kept
strictly confidential, and from her vast experience Mrs. Pinkham prob
ably has the very knowledge that will help you and may save your life.
Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail
U. 8. Weather Dureau,
Temneraturei 0 n. m., C7, 8 a. in
73; 10 a. in., 73; noon, 75; morning
Daromcter. S a. m.. 29.93; absolute,
humidity. S a. m., 5.532 grains per 1
luhlc foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m., '
03 nor tent; dew point. 8 a m., CO. I
Wind 0 a. in., velocity 3, direction '
l:.; 8 a. m., eleclty 3, direction N. 11 j
10 a. m., clotlly 11, direction S.; noon, '
c1oilty 10, direction S.fl
Rainfall during 2t hours ended 8 a.
in,, trace. )
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 131 miles.
ALDX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Du
Denver, Dec. 28. War between Ja
pnu and tho United States Is predicted
by David Starr Jordan, president of
Stanford University, If Undo Sam puts
up tho bars against the Japanese as ho
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.
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L, B, KERR & 00, Ltd
has ngalnat the Chinese.
"Tho Cblneso aro not a military peo
ple," said Dr. Jordan today, and tho
noted educator decried tbo efforts
made to stir up a "yellow peril,"
which, ho says, docs not exist. "Tho
Chinese simply do not caro to light
llko some other nations.
"Tho Japanese could hardly be call
ed a military nation liko somo ot tho
other military nations of history. Tho
entire Japanese army will soon ho dis
banded, Tho Japanese fought becausa
they had to, and, now that tho fighting
Is over, thoy will resume their former
"That China will awaken is certain,
but there need be no fear In tbo awak
ening. The most that will result Is
that tho Clilneso will becomo an alert
people, improved In material and In
tellectual conditions and capable of
absorbing more of our products. That
will help us, as well as China.
'Tho boycott has caused trouble for
tho Coast's merchants, but how much
I am unablo to say They assert that
their trado has been seriously Injured
by reason of it, but that Is a matter
of conjecture. The large capitalists
there would like to havo coolie labor,
but, of course, they do not say any
thing about that.
"I bcllevo that President Roosevelt
Is correct In bis plan to admit tho
higher class of Chinese, and that It
, will be perfectly easy to distinguish
between this class and tho cheap labor
'class. No one wants tho lowest Chi
nese, for thcro Is nothing so unutter
ably bad as the low, uneducated Chi
nese of tho lower type. It Is this
class that makes what we can uuina
I town, and no ono wants another Chi
natown In any city In this country.
I "The position of the labor unions on
the Coast In regard to excluding Ori
ental labor Is liable to cause trouble,
for the unions want a special ban put
upon Chlneso, Japanese and Koreans.
If thla mnnailrn WflmPI ft 1flW If will
I mean war between tho United States
'and Japan. I am Buro ot It, becauso I
am personally acquainted wun many
ot the Japancso officials and know
"To exclude tho Japanese alono
would undoubtedly cause trouble."
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HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
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933 FORT 8TREET.
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The best of everything
ALL 8ORT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent &. Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sandayt the Halelwa Limited, a
.two-hour tr 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
retdrmrjj, anfve. In Honolulu at 10:10
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