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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY. JAN. 20, 1000.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T H , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
have brought about tlio poor distribu
tion which amounts to n menace.
Many of the eastern papers com
ment favorably on measures propoeil
to cover the combined problem of tak
ing care ot the Immigrant and the sec
tlons of the country where ho Is need
ed The Troy Hecord of New York
sa s In this connection:
'..... . .,.-. -..nn..,--.. -... 'I "There is a measure In Congress
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON. .EdltorMvn, , ,,ould receive careful consider-
t, ntlon It is tnnt or Representative
Gardner, making provision for the cs-
Entered at the l'ostofflce at Hono
tulu as gecond class matter.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
E. II. Hath Is recovering from an 111
A number of people hnvo lieen affect
cd lately by ptomalno poisoning,
MONEY FOR TUSKEQEE,
New York, Jan. II. Ily'tho will of
Andrew J. Doigcr of South Orange, N
J., tho Tuskegeo Normal and Indus
trial Institute will eventually receive
n bequest that promises to bo the larg
Payable In Advance.
Ver month, anywhere in U. fl..J .75
Tor quarter, anywhere In U. S.. 2.00
Fer year, nnywbere In U S S.00
Per year, postpaid, forlcn 11.00
ix months .50
iPcr year, unywhoro In U. 8.... 1.00
?or year postpaid, fo-otgn .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O HOCKUH, Iluslncss Manager of
the IluHetln 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 ending Janu
ary 26, 1905, of the Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening Ilullctln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 20 2375
Monday, Jan. 22 2121
Tuesday, Jan. 23 2105
Wednesday, Jan. 24 2112
Thursday, Jan. 25 ziuts
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 ouarantced average
Dy C O. UOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to bo
fore me this 27th day of Jan
ISEAL) uary, 1906.
P. II. I1UUNETTH.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
tabllshment ot bureaus nt Immigration
stations where aliens may obtain all of
the Information the desire as to tho
wages, cot of living, conditions and
opportunities for employment In all
parts of the United States. At the, con
ference of tho National Civic Kcilein
tloli on the immigration question In
New York not long ago It was pointed
out by the speakers that something of
feitlve should be done towards bilng
ing nbout n better distribution of Imml
grams who tnaj arrive- In this country
thircb) aiding the Immigrant to secure
emplotnciit without delay and sur
rounded by (ondltlons that would ad
mit of advancement and the making of
prosperous tltlrcns, while at the same
time bringing benefit to tertaln sc tlons
of the iountr which arc lu need of
labor for the development of their nat
ural reources. Tho Oardncr measure
sit-nis to provide Just the remedy tho
student of the Immigration problem
have been seeking, and will no doubt
attrait favorable attention from man
of the organizations that have been
aitlve In nn endeavor to solve the puz
zle that has been laid before them In
trie constant and very large Increase In
the number of Immigrants coming to
Amerlinn shores nnntinll. If the (lard
ner bill does not exactly cover all ot
the ground desirable Iri the matter
facilitating distribution of the Immi
grants it certainly furnishes n good
foundation on which to build a meas
ure that will meet nil requirements."
A A man natned Amal was taken to est In ita history. At tho death of tho
the police station today on suspicion of testator's wife, Clara L. Dotgcr, tho
being Insane. lentlro residuary estate, said to bo
Captain Phelps Is preparing to leave about $500,000, will go to the endow
with a full cargo of sugar In tho ship ment fund of Hooker T. Washington's
Ersktn M Phelps this afternoon for negro school. The present endowment
Phlladeltihla The Phelps has bceu . is a llttlo over $1,000,000. Tho will
hero slnre December 11th, when sh containing the bequest has Just been
came from Manila In ballast Idled for probate in Newark, N. J.
Fifty four Chlucso gamblers were Dotger died December 30th. Ho ro
before Judge Whitney this morning Mired from the Now York Stock Ex-
Twentv-tvvo had their cases continue! change thirty years ogo, and has slnco
until tomorrow un account or. iock oi j i,ecn Interested mostly in mo iocai m
evidence fifteen of them were tin fairs of tho Oranges. Ho had no con
charged, eight had their rases nollud paction with Tuskegeo and never vis
ond the nine wero fined $2 cadi with , itoit it but ho rend much nbout tho no-
costs attached. Kto problem nnd tho Tuskegeo wny of
iiic i-rcncu snip unampigny. inp Uolvlng IL Ho was born in rniinuei
tain Cnstex, 110 days from Cardiff, nr j phla In 1841.
THE SUPERINTENDENT'S TOUR.
rived off port this morning. She has a
cargo of coal for tho Naval Station.
Tho Champlgny wll tic up at tho Navnl
The Illble Evangelltlng Company l
a Japanese, organization now tnrcc
wharf where she will begin illschnrg- ; ,, j.a,-Jorg nlbe womCn and
ing w thin a day or two Two other , fc , work
Trench vessels arc on their wa to Ho- "l. ... " . , , ,,i, ,, rPi
nolulti with coal for the Naval station.
which consists of reading ono gospel
from beginning to end at fixed tlmci
and with explanations to one inquirer
Anxious Itclatlvc "What hope havo TM) mclhod of concentration hns had
vou, doctor? Poor Doctor "None nt 00(J rC8Ut8.
all; I hear he Is bankrupt." I , M i
The man who stops to think makcs The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
better time than tho man who rushe bulletin gives n completo summary of
ahead. ' the newg of tho day. For SI a V"1"-
Superintendent llabbltt of tho De
partment ot Public Instruction in ac
quainting himself with local conditions
from personal observation is doing a
work that all must recognlzo ns of vust
benefit to tho schools of the territory
The trips nro anything but pleasant
ones and fow men of his position would
lako them, yet such men ns ho has prov
en himself to bo are tho ones most
Tho heretofore neglected schools may
reasonably expect to get necessary re
pairs while the favored few may call In
vain for what they do not need.
One thing necessary to tho proper ad
ministration of tho territorial affairs
is a corps of officials who will acquaint
themselves by personal observation
with the needs with the territory and
Ihen do their work whero It will do the
most good for all.
.JAN. 29, 1900.
lUccIved by tho morning paper:
One stone wall
In the neck
Hawaii's failure to obtain everything
It wants from Congress cannot result
from the absemc of n bill introduced
by Delegate Kuhlo fc
Improvement Club rallies arc so ncvn
to the city of Honolulu that every Im
provement Club member should do his
utmost to make the first one a success.
To Improve the town Is what many
linvn been at for many years. The pres
ent movement attempts to do the work
practically and enlist every citizen auo
Granted that the Cznr lost an alliance
with Janan by procrastination, the
haste with whldi ho has Joined with
the Kaiser points to his having profited
by past experience.
A canvass of public opinion would
unquestionably develop tho fait that
the people will be glad to see the Gov
ernor do whatever will glvo him tho
most speedy recovery.
Tho main nurnose of tho Improve
ment c-lnb Is to get the peoplo together
for their own benctlt Only natural
born pessimists will refuse to Join a
band of workers with such a platform.
Judge Itoblnson Is open to hearty
congratulations Ho Is In u po-dtlon
to demonstrate the ali30luto in -pcr.u
TRYING TO DIAQNOSE
(Continued from P; I.)
there Is no truth In tho story that tho
Governor Is considering resigning. He
Is too sick to bother about such things
The matter of an extended trip, when
he Is well enough. Is too far off to 1
considered nt this time.
"There Is no Indication of brain fev
er or any sin h complication In the Gov
ernor s case
"An examination of the blood Is be
ing made for possible typhpld fevee.
though I think it unlikely thnt tho Cov
entor Is suffering from that disease,
the svmptoms are moro like those ot
severe enso of tho grip.
"It may be impossible for sevcra'
dajs to say Just what is troubling tb
Grand Clearance Sale
Ladies,' Misses' and Children's
THURSDAY'. FEU. 1st, AT 8 O'CLOCK, wo will begin a mammoth solo
of Ladles', Misses', Children's and Infants' Wearing Apparel nt greatly re
These goods nro first-class In every particular, tho same goodsthat you
havo been bulng every day ot regular prices.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
Coats and Jackets
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
dally favorable terms. tiii
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
" An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.
BEFORE BUYINQ GET OUR PRICES.
LADIES' 3- COATS:
Woolen, nsst. colors
Cravenette, nsst. colors ...
Pongee, Oriental trimming
LADIES' LONG COAT8:
USUAL PRICE. SALE PRICE.
Un. Ntiw-cd Oh, fieomot
was mother's pit lure1
Mr. Nuvvecl Yt-M, and It was uiy
frame.-St. Louts 1'ott Dispatch.
The OUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published in the Saturday Bulle,
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
enco ot the Judiciary without be ore ,ate XranwXQnZ Evening Bulletin,
obstreperous over It. Judged by hta
past record, that's what he will do.
They are making faces at Governor
l.a Kollcttc berauso ha said he was thu
only man elected to tho United State!
Senate without tho expenditure ot a
single penny. A fow other exception
are noted by admiring friends, but tbi
Bonators haven't said anything.
Witness tho advance of Maul While
quietly minding Its own business, it
has concluded preparations for perfect
harbor facilities and tho building ot a
new town. Accepting a good example
other portions of the County should
Join In one great improvement nssouo;
Aftor nearly two years havo olapsed,
tho captain of tho Ill-fated pleasure
steamer General Slocum Is sentenced to
prison Tho officers of tho company re
sponsible for tho Improper equipment
ot tho vessel are supposedly resting
easy, with their losses having been
covered by Insurance,
TUtf) Per month,
SI per year.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
SiT.W-f ocic J, JoSi il
Khaki Automobile Coats, with capes . ,
Khaki Automobile Coats, plain
Mohair, Navy and Drowns
Waterproof, Drown and Modes ,
Pongee, Champagne and Navy
Gloria Cloth, Navy and Gray
Cravenette, Mixed Drowns
16. and 18.
ON WATERH0U8E'S TRAIL.
Pasadena, Jnn. 17. l'or tho second
time In the history of the State, the
famous "recall" provision which Is In
the charters of both Pasadena and Los
Angeles, Is to be invoked In tho case
of Maor William Watcrhouso of.Pasa
tlena. This decision was reached this
afternoon at a meeting of prominent
rltlzcns, which roundly scored the
ma) or for an alleged attempt to block
a municipal Issue.
A recall petition Is bolng circulated,
nnd If 25 per cent, of tbo registered vot
ers sign It the Council must call anoth
er mayoralty election. This action
follow s a wholesale petition to the
major to rcmovo City Attorney Kltzger
aid from office on tho samo grounds,
which tho niavor turned down. The
only other occasion upon which the "re
call" was used was when the voters ot
Los Angeles, two J cars ago, ousted
Councilman J. P. Davenport, accused
of being in lenguo with tho liquor In
Major Waterhouse came from Hono
lulu, whero he hns relatives.
SWEET AS THE
Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely, pure and It always uniform In quality. De
livered in neat cardboard cartons, which keep it from contact with
other articles In the Ice-cheit.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd
Telephone Main 45
- Report of Resources and Liabilities of
1HE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MATURITY CO.. LTD.
At the Close of Business December 30, 1905
Assorted Styles . . ...
lllack Taffeta ,
l'ongeo Slik, Oriental
6. to 12.
13. to 16.
A. to 6.50
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'8 COATS.
Misses' Long Coats, nsst Drowns...
Misses' Long Coats, extra length...
Misses' 'Jacket, lllack Taffeta
Children's Jackets, 2 to 10 yrs, Navy.
Children's Jackets, Whlto Plane
Suits and Skirts
MISSES' WOOLEN SKIRTS, assorted.
Walking Skirts. Mixed Colors .....
l-ncllOB' Cloth, black
vol ic, mack
Tnffcta Bilk, Drown
Shirred and Pleated, lllack and Navy..
Voile, lllack and Drowns
.- rnsr.lju-.j .
"OTnTS Uiuiwa Aowtn.
When the European Immigration
plans for Hawaii begun to tuke prac
tical shape, much fear was expressed
locally lest opposition might arUo
among those In the States who did not
fully understand the situation and tho
From present Indications this Immi
gration has more to fenr from Indilfui'
ence or possible opposition In Hawaii
than acrimonious criticism In main
land circles. Except for a tew Isolated
remarks to the contrary thewholo ten
or ot mainland comment Is along the
lines on which Hawaii is supposed soon
The tremendous growth of tho lni-j
migrant hordes is a source ot appre
hension principally because the peoplo
are not properly placed. They nio
crowding tho cities. Meanwhile the
country Is begging for workers nnu
homo builders. Ignorance ot the Im
migrant, cupidity of transportation
companies and Indifference ot our own
countrymen are among the causes that
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit tres, 6-room cottage
Alpaca, Assorted Colors
Cravenette, Oxford nnd Drown
Voile, lllack, with Silk Slip
Woolen Shirt Waist Suits, Mixed Colors
Peau do Solo Suit, lllack
Tailor-made Suit, Mixed Grays
Tailor-rondo Suit, Dlack
Tallor-mado Suit, Drown
Tailor-made Suit, Navy
Tallor-mada Suits, nsst. Colors
L-adles Shirt fcWaists .
white Lawn, asst. Styles
Drown and Gray Chambray
White Lawns, asst, Styles
Whlto Lawn, Dlack French Knots
Whlto Lawns, AbsL Styles
Whlto Dotted Swls
Whlto Dotted Swiss
While Mull, hand embroidered, size 42..
Whlto Mull, hand embroidered, size -10..
Whlto Valenciennes Lace, slzo 38
Ecru Fancy Lace Waists, sizes 31, 38..
' 3.50 2.50
12. ' 6.
10. , 7.
12. , 7.50
25. ' 18.
18. - 12.50
CAPT. PEDERSON BRAVERY
Editor Evening Ilullctln: I havo
carclully looked over tho newspapers
published In Honolulu to sco If the he
roic act of Capt. Pcderscn had rocclv
cd tho publicity whtch It so well de
serves, and which, viewing It In every
light, demands tho admiration ot all,
hut especially of tho Japanese resi
dents ot theso Islands. I sincerely
hope that it will not bo viewed as an
act of presumption on my part to
bring again this matter before tbo.
public through tho columns of your
It Is needless for mo to enter Into
every particular regarding tho saving
ot three Japanese fishermen who, by
tho violence, of thnt storm which rag
ed throughout tho Islands a short
time ago, wero drifted from Malm
kona, Hawaii, to tho Ilamakua coast,
and while near Kukalau their frail
craft was capsized by tho furious
waves which nearly proved so fatal to
Tho steamer Nocau, Capt. Pedcrsen,
w-ns at anchor In Wnlplo, In companj
with the Nllhau. During tho night a
terrific galo sprung up which, by Its
fury caused tho Noeau to drag nor an
chors thrco times In succession. When
morning dawned, the southerly wind
Bomotvhat abated in Its fury, only to
lie follow cd by a southwest galo which
rendered tho nosltlon of both steam
ers extremely dangerous. lUlo being
tho only snfo anchorage, It was decid
ed tc ma to tor thai pon wunoui uw
lay. It was during tho passago there
that Capt. Pcderscn so well earned
tho praise duo to him. As sjatcd
abovo In tho 'vicinity ot Kukalau, he
fortunate v discovered tho tnrco men
clinging to tho bottom of their boat,
nnd, although it was a most danger
ous undertaking on account ot the
safety of his own vessel, he fearlessly
Loans on Heal Estate .. $ 4,034.37 Capital paid In 00,000.00
Loans on Securities other Undivided profits 3,3C2.7S
than Real Estato 6,731.24 Investment-Stock Ccrtlfl-
Treasury Stocks 19,200.00 catcs 29,205.35
Charter nnd Franchise .... 9,730.00
Horses and Vchtclo 300.00
Ileal Estato 30,009.00
Furnlturo and Fixtures .. CG7.17 I j
Duo from Agents 8,1100.61 '
Due from all other sources. 2,770.63
Cash on hand 899.11
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 75 x 125; modern
HOUSE and LOT, Makikl St.
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
Trast Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8-,
1.25 65c and 75c
$1. and 1.25 65c
2.50 and 2.75 2.
3.50 and 4.50 2.50
5.50 3.50 an $4
I. A. II. KENTWELL. do solemnly avvear that tho foregoing Statement
Is true to the best of my knowledge nnd 'belief.
(Signed) THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MATURITY CO.
Dy A. II. KENTWELL, .
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mc this 21th day of January, 190C.
CIIA8. A. MANU,
Notary Public, Judicial Circuit, T. II.
changed his course nnd ran tho steam
er closo In to where tho Japanese!
wero battling with tho waves which
would havo proved fatal, had not tho
gallant captain arrived at so opportune
a moment. Suffice It to say that his
efforts proved successful, nnd through
his heroic endeavors thoso men are to
dny In tho "land of the living."
Who amongst us enn help admiring
this humnuo net? Tholr nationally
did not enter his mind, his only desire
being to savo thoso poor men. Again,
I say, such heroism deserves the
greatest admiration by all. Captain
Pedersen should certainly bo reward
ed for his bravery and humnnlty.
Mr, Editor, am I not right In advo
cating such a causo? Who Is thero
amongst us who docs not valuo our
own lives abovo all, and who would
willingly give nil to prolong them?
I hope tho Japanese residents hero
will give this matter their earnest at
tention. Thanking you for the space allowed,
I nm, dear sir, respectfully yours.
x. y. is.
Honolulu, Jan. 28.
Kiev ot Her.
Children's and Infants' Wear
White 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 White Lawn Dresses
Children's Asst. Wash Suits
Children's Whlto PIquo Suits
Children's White Sun Bonnets
Children's Whlto Sun Donncts
Infants' Trench Donnets
Infants' 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 5.50
3. to S.
50c and 75c
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.
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L, B, KERR & GO, Ltd
in wuu i juu imiiK you coum ue
happy on my salary, dear?
She Yes, George, but thcro'tl bo very
Utile left for you to bo happy on.
Now York World.
The thirty-six men put oft here by the
transport Ixigau officials must cither
get out of town or go to work, Several
of them wero In the pollco court this
morning. They had been assured Jobs
on plantations, they said, nnd promised
Sheriff Drown that they would accept.
Otherwise they will bo locked up. Sev
en of the stowaways wero from Naga
saki. The other twenty-nine men wero
deported from Manila. When the Logan
arrived In Honolulu all of the thirty
six men were In the brig. The Immi
gration authorities were notified and
upon an Investigation Informed tho
transport captain to release, them.
A number of the men signed as sail
ers on the ship Ersklne M. Phelps, leav
ing this afternoon for the Delaware
Ureakwater. Tho others have gone, or
are going, on some of tho other vessels
In port. Sheriff Drown has notified
his men io Inform all the men left be
hind hero by the Logan that, they can
not remain here without having visible
means of support. The sheriff means
business and the men realize the fact.
As a result each ot the men from abroad
will be laboring on a sugar plantation
or as members of some ship's crew on
tho high seas within tho next few days.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"rent no company
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN.
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle.
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real et
tate .transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI Pr year.
It Is Cool
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The best of everything:
ALL 80RT8 OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KIND8 OF RECREATJON,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tloketa and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Hatelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Hatelwa Limited,
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening J two-hour tr''fi lve at 8:22 a. m.;
Ilullctln gives a complete summary of retdrfrinj, arilve In Honolulu at 10:10
the news of the day. For SI a year. p. m.
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