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EVENING nUI.LETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATUIIDAY, JAN 27, 1006.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
nt 12u King Street, Honolulu,
, T II., by tbo
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD,
RESPONSIBILITY FOR GAMBLING (MRS. ATCHERLEY WRITES
Wallace r. farrinoton.. Editor
Entered nt the Postofflso at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Ver month, anywbero In U. S
er quarter, anywhetre In U. S
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8.00
Per year, postpaid, forcn. 11.00
lx months ,B0
far year, anywhro In U. 8.... 1.00
Per yrnr postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O. H0CKU8. Duslncaa Mnnager of
the DuHctln Publishing Company, lim
ited, being first duty sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That tbo following
Is a truo and correct statement of cir
culation for the week ending Janu.
ary 26, 1905, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening Dullctln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 20 2375
Monday, Jan. 22 2121
Tuesday, Jan. 23 2105
Wednesday, Jan. 24 2112
Thursday, Jan. 25 2108
Friday, Jan. 26 2142
Average Dally Circulation 2160
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 23d, 1906 2328
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
Dy C. O. BOCKUB,
"Twentythreo newsboys, nrrestwl
for playing crap, yesterday, will figure
In oluclal reports later as twenty-three
'gamblers' captured by a vigilant and
incorruptible police "
There would be ns much fenro In
such a report as In tho Intermittent
struggle to prove that gambling U
thriving more than usual In llonol'il'i
as n result of the lack of vigilance or
corruption of the police.
Newsboy gambling episodes arc In
many respects a fair sntnple of the Im
possibility of putting an nbsolutn
thcrk on the gambling of the older
loys. Theo youngsters have to bo
"raided at Intervals as regular In thu
yearly calendar as the top season nd
the marble season. Regardless of an
ccstry, they take to gambling ns nat'
urally as the man who has a nulet nok
I it game w Ith few friends In bis own
home, or tbo Chinese plnylug at chn fa.
Thn human Interest In one of Uii'kd
games Is not determined by race or na-llonnllty.
Occasionally bojs who (loote the
greater part of their tlmo to Inlcroxt
lug their associates In "crap shooting"
are given a term nt the Reform
School It Is seldom, when the tea
son arrives, thnt others do not arise
to take their place. Attention by the
police bns n good effect but It no moro
stopt gambling than the swish o
broom checks a breeze.
In all the heated atmosphere dis
pensed to prove our present nolle
force corrupt, there has thus far been
no evidence produced to Indicate an In
crease of gambling In the city With 0.1
muib reason the pollco force could be
held responsible and condemned fori
mt gamming or these boys because
they arc found nt It again, three months
more or less, nfter a usual "raid"
Hoys, men and women will have to
bo born again before gambling I
stopped, and the way to a new birth I
' not by factional nagging of the police
Editor Evening Utilletin: I sen yon
have again hoonrcd me by Imputing In
mo another questionable action.
In the Evening Bulletin dated Jan
uary 18th occurs this: "Dr. Goodhue
wrote ... He stated that the peti
tion has been signed by 210 persons,
Including the names of many women
nnd children. Tbo petition bad been
circulated by Mrs Atcherley and many
signatures on It bad not been platen
there by tho bcarerB of these names.'
"The above statement Is an absolute
lie," unsupported by credible ewddnro
Jumping to conclusions from mm
mature premises is a mistake familiar
enough with Dr. Goodhue. 110 lias up
pnrently forgotten tho recent exper
lences with the leper enscs.
This Is merely tbo wild guess of a
desporate man, but let hi in confirm II
If ho can publicly.
Because he has seen me and because
I hnve doubtless been seen tnkliiii
round n petition be must conclude for
sooth thnt, that petition was the cuit
against him, whereas as all here lu
North Kona very well know that It
was one In favor of the appointment nt
a Portuguese policeman for this dis
trict John Hapoza Costa.
If nt nny tlmo I may have been In
the neighborhood where David Alawa
was circulating his petition against Dr
Goodhue, such an accident cannot be
avoided. It Dr, Atchcrlcy's name It'
mentioned In the petition as substitute
It Is no fault of mlno.
It certainly is unsuitable for the
Doctor to accept any Government post
under tho prctent President of the
Board of Health, having had expert
encc with him lu 1901. Tho Hanakeol
Club work occupies his whole time
though at the same time had President
Plnkhnm been really anxious to benefit
the pcoplo Instead of merely benefiting
his appointees, there would have been
no necessity for a club at all
Alasl that the Board of Health con
sists now of a president only, who
cracks the whip for the members tc
All the voters of the Konas who
signed that petition against Goodhue
and whose wishes tho Board of Healtl
so coolly Ignored are hardly likely to
glvo their political support to such an
MAIIY II. ATCHEUI.EY.
Holunloa, North Kona, Jan. !S, 1000
Ernest Parker was recently tnken
I sick at Humuula, Hawaii, and his
uruiiier nau co go twenty miics to tel
ephone for a doctor. Appendicitis is
supposed to bo the trouble He will bo
brought to Honolulu
Secretary H. C. Brown of tho Y. M.
C. A, will address tho Ilapld Transit
men nt tho car barn at 10 o'clock to
Evening Bulletin 75 per month.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 27th day of Jan
ISEAL uary. 1906.
P. II. BUBNKTTK.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
SATUHDAY JAN. 27.
The motion of tho defendants to
nuash tho writ of error In tho case of
I Territory vs. Cotton Bros, was argued
tt length beforo tho Supremo Court
(hlu morning and was finally taken un
I'JOli. dcr advisement. TI16 Torritory was
jcprcsented by Attorney General Po-
Becausc a man talks resignation tors and Demitv Attorney flenernl Mil
once, Is no reason for his followlnf vcrton, while S. 11. Derby appeared for
that turn of mind forever. Cotton Bros.
- I Derby argued to quash tho writ of
BenJ. Odell is telling people that he error agnlnst Judgo Gear's decision,
wrote Roosevelt's speeches. Perhaps granting tho defendants a now trial on
that Is why Roosevelt does not HKo the grounds that a writ of error would
htm any moro.
It would be a Ood-scnd for Honolulu
If injunction proceedings against every
thack would discover plans In process
lor a new building.
ncnorts concernlug Governor Carter
from various sources aro sufficiently
conflicting to mako tho public bollevo
everything or notbln.
The Improvement Club is all right.
It can Indulge In sharp dlffcrencei of
opinion and thus secure a new Impetus
for Its highly Important work
Of course tho immigration movement
will stop If it Is allowed to. Secretary
Atkinson will doubtless come horn
filled with very good reasons why tht
European Immigration movement must
Senator Halo has Issued a warning
that the Morocco conference Is a polit
ical affair In which the United States
has no interest It Is possible to at
tempt placing tho peacemaker too fro
ciucntly and thus be tho center of a
Grand Clearance Sale
Ladies,' Misses' and Children's
THURSDAY, ran. 1st, AT 8 O'CLOCK, wo will begin a mammoth salo
of ladles', Misses', Children's nnd Infants' Wearing Apparel at greatly re
Theso goods arc first-class In every particular, tho same goods that you
have been buying every day at regular prices.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
Coats and Jackets
not He In a motion to grant a new trial,
and also' because, tho writ had not been
filed within six months,
Tho Attorney General brought up
tho famous old question about tbo or
der granting a new trlnt, which Judgo
Gear sent from San Francisco Just be
foro his term expired. Their main
points were that Judgo dear was out
side his Jurisdiction when be made tbo
order, and that tbo bond had not been
filed in time.
LADIES' 34 COATS:
Woolen, nsst. colors
Cravcnettc, asBt. colors . . .
Pongee, Oriental trimming
LADIES' LONQ COAT8:
USUAL PRICE. SALE PRICE.
The British bark Dumfriesshire. Cap
tain Taylor, sailed this afternoon for
Uurcko. She has boen here since De
cember 2Glh, having conio from Lclth,
181 days, with u cargo of fertilizer
Captain Taylor bad troublo with his
sailors, several of them deserting. All
were captured by tho pollco nnd re
turned to the vessel this morning. Of
ficer Prod. Larscu stayed at the Hack-
fehl wharf and kept tho men nboard
until tho Dumfriesshire got away.
Khaki Automobile Coats, with capes
Khaki Automobllo Coats, plain ....
Mohair, Navy and Browns
Waterproof, Brown and Modes ....
Pongee, Champagne nnd Navy ....
Gloria Cloth, Navy and Gray
Cravenetto, Mixed Browns
16. and 18.
Assorted Styles . . ...
Black Taffetn ,
Pongco Slik, Oriental
6. to 12.
13. to 16.
4. to 6.50
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS.
Misses' Long Coats, asst Browns...
Misses' Long Coats, extra length...
Misses' Jacket, Black Taffeta
Children's Jackets, 2 to 10 yrs, Navy.
Children's Jackets, Whlto Pique
T. O. Cooper, Chas. Hamilton, Thos
Hilton and aJs Jackson, tho four sol-'
dters who nro now serving sentence
Imposed for their connection with the
Camp McKlnley counterfeiting plot, to
day recolved their discharges from the
President Roosevelt is quoted as hav
ing said mining and railroad corpora
tions are using money, bribing Con
prAQsmen In dpfpnt thn Ktntchnnd bill
Insurgents may meet this by asking army as well as their final settlements
llOW much patronage the President naj inruuBii cue nanus 01 .nartnui ui-uury
promised in order to strengthen
A Jury decision that Norman Hap
pood of Collier's has not been guilty
of criminal libel In his dissection of
Town Topics and Col. Mann will not
cause a public protest against the rank
Injustice done Mann. Town Topics
lias not dealt with tho affairs of llfo
from a plane of high Ideals.
Arguments offered against parkins
the Walklkl drive havo a first appear
ance of being reasonable. A well built
boulevard wide enough for all, and
lined with trees on either side will bt
better than a road brilliantly parked
whose driveways aro not of sufficient
width to accommodate tho traffic. The
town wants the best use made of tin)
1 area at the disposal of the road build.
era. Parking Improperly done li
' ' -worso than none. A good road Is nl-
'( ways a source of Joy.
7 THE CONFLICTING REPORTS
?W V I Jj
wvi wv.Yirri.' jmkj
Suits and Skirts
MISSES' WOOLEN SKIRTS, assorted 3.
Walking Skirts. Mixed Colors
Indies' Cloth, black
Taffeta Silk, Brown '.'.'.'.'.'.
Shirred and Pleated, Black and Navy..
Voile, Black and Browns
Alpaca, Assorted Colors :
Cravenetto, Oxford nnd Brown
Voile, Black, with Silk Slip
Woolen Shirt Wnlst Suits, Mixed Colors.
Peau do Bole Suit, Black
Tallor-mado Suit, Mixed Orays
Tallor-mado 8ult, Black
Tallor-mado Suit, Brown
Tallor-mado Suit, Navy
Tallor-mado Suits, nsst. Colors
Ladies' Shirt Waists
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
i "Tbo Presidents directs" Is an ord
inary phraseology by which tho an
nouncement of a Presidential appoint
inent Is made. Argument to prove that
11 has tin Hnpi-lnl mpAnlni? In the Car.
tcr-Hobinson Incident Is very far HOUSE1 and LOT, Maklkl St,
In connection with the conflicting re
ports on the Robinson appointment
there Is no doubt that the present bur
den of evidence Is on the side of tho
.President having taken action. So
many men, however, have thought an
appointment made only to discover
that overnight something happened,
that the safest conclusion Is to await
the official statement.
There is no doubt that the Assoclit
cd Press lias as good sources of offi
cial information as any newspapers or
Individual correspondents. It remains
only to determine whether thesi
sources were used to tbo best advan
Whlto Lawn, nsst. Styles
Brown and Gray Chambray
Wbltq Lawns, asst. Styles
Whlto Lawn, Black French Knots
Whlto Lawns, AssL Styles
Whlto Dotted Swiss
Whlto Dotted Swiss
Whlto Mull, band embroidered, slzo 42..
Whlto Mull, hand embroidered, slzo 40..
Whlto Valenciennes Lace, slzo 38......
Ecru Fancy Laco Waists, sizes 31, 38..
3.50 - - 2.50
13-50 j , ' , 6.
;!-T . ,; -
12. , ., ' 6.'
10. ',; . ; e.,
10. VU, y 6.50
10. , . . 7.
10. -ffi . J.
10. AyL. 8.
12. flr'.' .7.50
15. y - 10.
15. '' 6.
1.25 65c and 75c
$1. and 1.25 65c
2.50 and 2.75 2.
Children's and Infants' Wear
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
Trust Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
Whlto Muslin Skirts
Whlto Muslin Dresses
Whlto Muslin Dresses
Infants' Muslin Slips
Infants' Muslin Slips
Children's Colored Gingham Dresses,.
Children's Colored Gingham Dresses..
Children's Colored Lawn Dresses
Children's Whlto Lawn Dresses
Children's Asst. Wash Suits
Children's Whlto Plquo Suits
Children's White Sun Bonnets
Children's Whlto Sun Bonnets
Infants' French Bonnets
Infants' Silk Bonnets
lpfants' Eiderdown Coats, asst. colors.
75c and $1. 25c
75c and $1. 25o
$1.25 and 1.50 60c
1.25 and 1.50 50c
2.50 to 4.50 1.50 to 3.
1. to 5.50 50c to 3.50
3. to 5. 1.75 to 3.
50c and 75c 25c
1.25 and 1.50 6O0
75c to $2.50 500
1. to 2. 50c
1.50 to 5. 1. to 3.
During tho rast week tho Circuit
Judccs have been nlailnu a lively gamo
of judicial baltledor nnd shuttlecock
witn cue criminal caienunr, nniai 11111
set the gentlemen of the bar, especial
ly the prosecuting officers, n bant pace
to follow. Within the past six days
Judge Robinson, Judge Lindsay and
Judgo Do Bolt have each had a whack
at the criminal cases, and In all prob
ability the calendar will be shifted back
next week. If Judge Robinson receives
official notification of his reappoint
ment early next week as expected, with
Instructions to resume his work im
mediately, he will be given the crlm
Inal calendar at once.
Oilglnally Judgo Robinson hall
charge of the criminal calendar. Last
Monday, that being tho last day of his
term, he assigned It to Judge Lindsay,
who lAing on to It until today. This
morning Judge De Bolt, who has chargo
of tho chit cases this term, discovered
that on account of discontinuances and
postponements he would havo no civil
cases to try next week. Tho threaten
ing enforced leisure struck the Judgo
anything but pleasantly nnd he clam
ored for the criminal calendar, which
was accordingly assigned to him In
toto by Judge Lindsay,
The cases on the criminal calendar
were set by Judge De Holt In tho order
decided on by Judge Lindsay, ns fol
lows: Monday, Jose Montaro. charged
with assault and bajtery with a weap
on; Tuesday, Malll, charged with as
sault and battery with a weapon; and
Wednesday, Palo Alapal, charged with
The tnlk about Judge Robinson's re
appointment had subsided to a great
degree today. Everyone about tho Ju
diciary seemed to enjoy the satisfactory
assurance that tho Judge had virtually
won his fight, and that all that re
mained was the official news of the
confirmation of his re-appointment by
the Senate, which Is expected to arrive
on Monday. It Is hoped that tho ap
pointment wili be made speedily and
nccompanled by a direction to assume
office at once, as the present state of
affairs, with only two Judges at work,
Judge Lindsay with equity. Jury
waived, chambers, probate and divorce
matters, etc., and Judge Do Bolt with
both the civil and the criminal calend
ars on his hands, cannot last long with
out bringing tho entlro calendar Into
a state of still more marked conges
tion than It suffered from when tho
Wit MI IS IN
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. iUK..
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE DUYINQ GET OUR PRICE8.
SWEET AS THE
Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely pure and Is always uniform In quality. De
livered In neat cardboard cartons, which keep it from contact with
other articles In the Ice-chest.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
(Continued from Piss I.)
from tho long tnble, with tbo remark
that ho withdrew temporarily from tho
meeting In order to address the scribe.
"It Is tho custom," ha Informed tho re
porter, "for tho Bccretnry of this com
mittee to send In reports to tho Pro
motion Committee, and that Commit-
SUPPLYING MATERIALS FOR HILO
Proposals will be received at tho of
fice of tho Superintendent of Public;
Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12
o'clock m. of Feb, 12th, 100C. for. fur-
teo gives out for publication what It1"1""'" th.e. Territory of Hawaii with
deems best. I would rcouest. without ur piics. ouin pi.es, in. w. lumuer, unn
offence, that you kindly withdraw,
Then tho fun started. Messrs. Mc
Intyro, Young, Craw and KIdwcll all
announced for tho benefit of tbo Chair
that they personally had not the
bolts, etc., for the proposed Extension
to the Government Wbarf at Hllo, Ha
waii, T. II.
Specifications and blank forms of
proposal may be obtained at tbo offlco
nf tliA A nat Clint nt T)lti1l Itfnplm n n A
li'-ftiS? iffi Jid.ilb Mc?PtvrrorarM ' ' ' "' aeIllloT for which a deposit
no thought the reporter 'looked llko a
nlco man. Young said all bo objected
to was having members talk over the
head of the Chair to the press repre
sentative. Craw declared that any-
refunded Intending bidders after they
have returned tho specifications.
Proposals will not bo accepted un
less submitted on tho blank forms fur
nished, enclosed with a certified bank
"Thero Is absolutely no truth In th
Ltatemcnt that Lodge Maul is ostra
cised," said District Inspector of th
Grand Lodge of California J. D. Tuck
er, this morning, speaking of tbo pub
Ucatlon In the morning and nn eenln;i
Taper of Masonic correspondence of
"These fellows havo got hold ol
something that was in tho 'Trestltv
board' laat September without taking
tho troublo to ask tboso who know
anything about it what the situation
"Tho Grand Lodge of California nt
Its annual communication In Septem
ber unanimously declared that l.odrc
Maul, established under the Grand
Lodge of Scotland, was In perfectly
good standing I don't know what bet
ter they want. Thero was somo cor
respondence about the. erection of a
lodge here by tho Grand Lodge of Scot
land, The unanimous action of tin
Grand Lodgo of California is worth
something In Masonry. This publica
tion of hot air Is a lot of ancient his
tory minus nil the facts"
Evening Bulletin 75 per month.
thing ho gave utterance to could bo Xck 'for Two Hundred CUOMO) Do!
puuusneu no mougni mo reporter uiu . . sealed envclone endorsed
not need any Instructions as to what J" Tor ma?erlr' fo? Hllo
snoum ou ir.mcm. """ "".'" Wharf," and delivered previous to 12
lJ''r.SIJSaiSS o'clock m. of tho day specified at th.
,v"'"""" . ol-.i. iio.V T off co of tho Super ntendent ot l'uuiic
conversatzionc. bccretnry Hosmcr la- . , ht t
ter said that ho was only stating what worlw. who reserves in 0 rigni o
the custom was. These were only com-iccpl or rejc" c s HOLLOWAY
mlttco meetings and their doings I RllnPinindent of Public Works,
would nil eventually become public 1 ,".2? , 0 -Public Works Hobo.
through tbo Promotion Committee. IJfflloS MOsS
ICO niUllUU IU piUUl UUUfiUlllVlllll.1 MvMHaHB
on tho face of Punchbowl carrlod, ' PROPOSED EXTENSION TO HILO
3.50 and 4.50 2.50
5.50 3.50 an $4.
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B, KERR & GO. Ltd
Proposals will bo received at tbo of
flco ot tbo Superintendent of Public
Works. Honolulu. T. II., until 12
o'clock m. of Feb. 12, 1900, for con-
threo to two. Hosmcr nnd Kldwell vot
ing against It becauso tbo water clauso
was left out.
Kldwell reported progress on tho
trail up Punchbowl.
Tho matter of the beautlflcatlon of
cemcuT.ca cuiiu up. , . I,,,ln,, Prnnnawl Intension to the
Mclntyro thought tuo cemeteries "";" " " ;r,,,rf ", i,nn inwnii
should bo made more attractive. Tho Government Wharf at Hllo, Hawaii,
others did not think that "attractive ,T- " ,,. ,, ,,,.,, f..m. n
the Chair brought them all back to sealed ftt&n3?&
business nnd a resolution was passed for J"8'0" t he Hil o Wbarl , and
to tho effect that the cemetery mV".?thJm'
mO IUU uay Bjjcvmtu wfc w...- ---
Superintendent or ruuiic vur, u
reserves the right to reject any or all
, C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Rnnnrlntendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono-
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains In Katmuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Trent and company
It Is Cool
ncements bo reauested through
Promotion Committee to Improve tbo
appearance of the city cemeteries.
The beautlflcatlon of Diamond Head
was touched on but no action was tak
en. Kldwell objected to Mc'ntyro and
luuug luierruiHing uue or iwo 01 nis'. .-, , 57fh jonij
speeches but, as ho said, ho -"'- .lulu' Jan' 27t' "w
the meeting to end amicably, and he
.therefore radiated good naturo on all
and tho meeting ended with everybody
agreeing with everybody else In a reg
ular flow of soul. Tho lrreprcsslblllty
of somo present was connected by Kld
well with the fnct that tho night bo
fore thero had been a Dobblo Durns
celebration by tho Scotch and others.
Mclntyro said neither he nor Mr.
Young had attended. Hosmcr remark
ed that It was also Konohl time. All
this was, of course, in tho utmost
Secretary Hosmer told all about tho
great meeting of nil the improvement
clubs at the Y, M. O. A. for noxt Mon
day night. Tbe editors and other
prominent men had been Invited to
glva flve-mlnuto talks. It was decided
by the meeting that President Grif
fiths should be present to represent
tho commit teo and that be should toll
the people something of the object of
tho 'Improvement movement.
From tho nature of tho discussion
of details last evening It was very evi
dent that nil present took nn enthusi
astic Interest In the welfare of tho
community and tbo beautlflcatlon of
their city. Thero was a zest to every
thing that was said, by all, that means
a lot ot good for Honolulu.
JU8T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 8ORT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tlokvts and information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent 4 Co., or
rlnn up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited,
two-hour tr, n, leaves at &;22 a. m.
retirmr.j,rtlve In Honolulu at 10:10