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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H TUESDAY, JAN. 30, 1006.
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Published Every Bay Eiccpt Sunday,
oi 120 King Street, Honolulu,
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BULLETIN PUBLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.. Editor
Entered nt tbe Poetofflce at Hono
lulu aa second-class natter.
Payable In Advance.
Tor month, anywhere In U. S..$ ,75
l"er quarter, anywhere In U. S.. 2.00
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8.00
Per year, postpaid, forien 11.00
complete success It must enlist the act-
Ivo Interest of tho people. This can-!
not ho done In a month, nor can the
diversity of Honolulu Interests be In
evidence In one rally. It Is, howeer,
tho object to be attained.
Civic pride and real public Bplrlt
will be In full swing In Honolulu when,
under the Inspiration and development
of the present Idea, tho tenement-
house residents as well as tho tene
ment house owner-take a personal and
cooperative Interest In tho Improve
ment of surroundings and property.
Improvement will be slow and te
dious while tho masses are devoting
FOR THE FIRST TIME
III W ill
Standing on shore feeling as though1
her little heart would break, straining
her eyes for a last look of her mother
and father, who were leaving her for
?hcmh lohelr ""w and ho clty'V lhc fl"1 t,mc' "u,e '- "nm t.e
welfnro because some ono tells thcin
to do It. Improvement will nthanco
by leap and bounds when theso peo
ple work for themselves because they
realize tho value of It nil. and that
they arc stockholders, so to speak, in
Itnnrnvnmenl Pltili wnrl lin lipntin
'fclth thn mlnnrltv. tt tnitttt trnttllv
ix months S .60 reach out toward tho people, tho
r year, nnywhero In U. S,... 1.C0 majority, bringing them In, urging
rer yenr postpaid, foreign .
daughter of Captain nnd Mrs. (Irahum
of the ship Ersklno M. I'hclps, watched
the big vessel toned out throigh IM
channel this morning and finally disap
pear In the horizon with all sails set.
Gladys Graham has been placed In
ter In Honolulu. It was a hard matter
for them to even think of but they real.
Izcd that It was for tho best
Imagine how Gladys Graham felt tills I
morning as tho big white boat passed
out through tho channel with her moth
er nnd father aboard, the vessel Itself
which had been her home for years,
starting on a trip of 9,000 miles and re
quiring four or flvo months She knew
how- tho people would pass tho time
nwoy during tho many days out of
Bight of land, what bIio would do If she
wcro starting, longed for tho roar of
the wavcB dashing against tho side of
tno Bliip. caught glimpses of her moth'
er and her father waving farewells and
meanwhile pictured herself here, nil
alone, away from home, tho ship, for
the first tlmo
And on the ship was the mother nnd
..i..ni t.-- ft. ti.i..- i rti,i
nrnntnl il, iinrn r'niifnin drnlinm has father gazing at a little oblect on lnil'l
provided his dnughlcr with a pony and J' their daughter, gradually 'being
everything Imaglnnblo to help her cnt, lot slRht of, for perhaps a )oor, or
Joy her leisure moments out of school. ' The parents regretted to leave
Hut with all of these how tho child "'" "'e Kin ocninii nearly as sadly as
2.00 them to not only work but to lend "" " "'" w """ ! '" Veorefiel i, i i fi. , Ll
--1 their assistance to tho labor of oth- longed to be going to sen ns she bad ft" ''e'f- ""t a" three
' or. iin...,i,ln i. i,mn I., .tirk t.. ln so many times beforel And how had agreed on the school here.
Territory of Hawaii, ) lor- Honolulu Is prone to stick too
lfg; iciuseiy iu me nuuuriiy. xnis ib us
Honolulu, County of Oahu) I much the result of tho majority having
C. O. noCKl'S, Business Manager of mistaken Idea that they aro not
Ihe Bulletin Publishing Company, Llm- wncil. ns a multltudo of other ren-
lied, being first duly sworn, on oath. on"- Tllc p,aco for hollllllB l ,nrS
deposes nnd says; That tho following ra,llcs '" ,mvo lts cfrct.1-. In n movo-
Is a true and correct statement of clr- mcnt of th), B:lcr It Is as neccs-
culatlon for the week ending Janu- rnr' lo rally the forces that congro-
ry 26, 1905, of the Dally and Week- fa ttToxmi V10 hlncio theatre as It
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin: '"J t0 t,,rn out a . M. C. A. Hall au-
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. ,ap"cc' .....
n.t, .,.,., i -n M ie ' The nmount of education necessary
Monday, Jan! 22.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.2M lo brl"S ,ho, majority Into the frout
Tuetdav Jan 23 2101 ranK oi wurxers is irciucnuuun. ni
Wednesday Jan 24 2112 ohivct mn' not bo attained In a year.
Thursday Jan' 2S 2 08 Once It Is. Honolulu will bo unique In
Friday Jan' 26 2 42 V ,hnl l" ln08t llWo for "
Average Dally Clrcon!'.:": terlal and moral prosperity.
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. I
Tuesday, Jan. 23d. 1906 2328 VIRGINIA'S IMMIGRATION SCHEME
Number of Weeklies delivered on I
tho pnrents hated to lcme their only Tho last good-byes of the parents nnd
rhlld hero! did on land was a sight that would
Tor cars the tittle girl has traveled bring tears to nny soul with a human
all around tho world on vessels with heart. Tears even to the hardened old
her father and mother. It was Impos- timer who has been at sea for years, or
Bible to put her In school as the ship to tho child who Is Just beginning life
would be In port only n few weeks at But the trio must separate for the find
a time or a month or two at tho most, time and It was accomplished this
So flnnlly, after long meditation, the morning, amid the (lowing of tears of
parents decided to leno their daugh- each member of tho family,
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
By C. O. I10CKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to bo
fore me this 27th day of Jan
18EAL irary. 1906,
P. II. BUUNETTE.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
.JAN. 30, ISOti.
County Rovirnment has made tho
Improvement flub possible.
Under the icntralllzcd scheme of gov
ernment It would hao been Impos
sible A lnrge percentage of the mils
for gotcrnmental cooperation would lie
met with the old reply of a lack of
avallablo appropriations. The local
government organization proldes , a
legislative holy with authority to ap
propriate as the funds aro needed.
Greater authority given to tho Coun
ty organization as conditions Justify
will undqubtedly result In greater pow.
tr for Improvement.
Colorado editors In annual conven
tion hae declared for a new primary
election law. Colorado will have a new
primary law tr know tho reason why
When the returns are all In. a de
tailed canvas will show that nono of
them think they arc In any Beef Trust.
Each ono thus far has seemed rather
offended at the District Attorney's Im
putation. Judge De Bolt says Crawford Is nil
right ns an Interpreter In Court, hut of
doubtful value to the Grand Jury on
account of previous connection with
gambling and the lawless clement. This
is a most remarkable nssertlon. Docs
not the work of a court requlro as much
Integrity as the Investigations of a
Grand Jurj ?
Jas. II. Boyd was applauded at the
Improvement Club meeting wnen he
Eald that the bctt scheme of Improving
Kalakaua avenue Is that which rctalnii
the l)oulennl with a well made and
wldo roadway. All signs point tu puli
11c opinion being opposed to a parking
schemo that will learo two narrow
roads In plate of ono of ample proportions.
Still they come. Tho Impression thnfi
Hawaii has a monopoly of the effort to
obtain European Immigration tnrougn
Territorial solicitation, is quicKiy uis
polled If one takes the trouble to bo
watchful of what others arc doing. Tho
following dispatch explains what thn
leaders of Vlrglula have In mind and
Indicates a more Wgorous cnmpnlgu
than Hawaii's, up to the present date:
Illi'hmoml, Va,, Jan. 13. Com
missioner of Agriculture Kclner
expects within the present year to
bring about 30.0UU of the poor of
London to Virginia to work on tho
farms, taking the place of lazy and
undesirable negroes. He has al
ready communltntcd with the Lord
Mayor of London and tho British
authorities and expects a favorable
answer to Mb plan. Commissioner
Kelncr will not confine himself to
bringing English to Virginia
farms, but will also draw upon tho
poor of Belgium and Germany to
some extent Ho has prepared a
bill, which will be submitted to the
legislature, asking for an appro
priation of $10,000 with which to
pay agents of Virginia In foreign
countries. The olnco of tho Com
missioner will bo a bureau for
negotiations between the Immi
grants end the farmers desiring
Should the Virginians obtain a good
share of Its immigrants from among
the London poor, the experiment will
attract particular notice to the change
that may he brought nhout among
these people under tho Influence of
country life ami nn opportunity to work.
England's greatest menace Is the Hool
Igau clnsH, steadily Increasing and
finding Its yearly tonne of supply
among the poor of London and other
large cities. In their present surround
lugs theso people lime no nmbltlou,
they are weak physically and mentally.
If Virginia farms tan rejuvenate nnd
rescue them, another Instanca will be
recorded of tho United States hcln;r
able to develop men from tho poorest
material of Europe.
Ily the end of 1907 the port of Ham-
l-iru will possess tho greatest floating
dock In the world. It is now under
construction at Hamburg, and is to
hnvo an accommodation cnpnelty of
33.000 tons. Its length will bo C20 feet
Grand Clearance Sale
Ladies,' Misses' and Children's
THURSDAY, FEU. 1st, AT 8 O'CLOCK, wo will begin a mammoth salo
of I -idles', Misses', Children's and Infants' Wearing Apparel at greatly re
Theso goods arc first-class In every particular, the samo goods that you
havo been buying every day at regular prices.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY8.
Tho Grand Jury yesterday sent a
commltteo to Judgo Do Bolt, nsltlng for
permission to uso a Chlncso Interpro
ter other than 'Wllllo Crawford, the
pourt interpreter, as tho Grand Jury
did not havo sufficient confldenco In
Crawford. Their request was grant
ed. "I expect that thcro Is nothing to bo
Bald against Crawford's ability," said
Judgo De Bolt this morning. "His
work In tho court seems to bo all
right. On tho other hand, Crawford
Is not tho man I would havo selected
If I had had any cholco In the matter,
It Is well known that ho was at ono
tlmo connected with tho gambling and
lawless clement, and, though ho as
sures mo that ho is not so now, still l
would rather havo a man who had nev
er had any such connection, and In
whom moro confldenco could bo bad.
(n tho meantime tho Loglslaturo caus
ed us to loso our old and trusted In
terprctcr, Leo Chung, because It cut
his salary from $150 to $100, bo wo
had to tako who wo could get."
It Is understood that tho reason tho
Grand Jurors wanted another Interpre
ter was that they feared Craw
ford's translations of testimony
mlcht not bo as faithful as they
should be, and ns thero was no ono
present who understood Chlncso and
could watch him. oven the possibility
mUBt bo removed. It Is generally pro
turned that the Grand Jury Intends to
Invcstlgato gambling nnd this Is sup
posed to be ono reason for tho unwil
lingness to uso Crawford, who might bo
open to suspicion of sympathy with
the gamblers. On tho other hand, tho
Inst Orand Jury made a great show of
a gambling Investigation, calling wit
nesses galore, but no tanglblo result,
not oven a report, was over shown.
Tho Grand Jury for Borao tlmo past
has met only onco n week.
It is expected that tho Indictment In
the Johnson murder case, which has
certainly been slow In coming, may
finally bo returned tomorrow.
ft. if itms. tumps M "-
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bounht 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 C. Tobey,"
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICE8.
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Coats and Jackets
On Saturday evening ono of Gover
nor Carter's friends chased hastily and
personally to tho morning paper office
to Issue a denial of a Bulletin news
Item giving a general report of the
Gubernatorial resignation talk. This
morning, two days later, the morning
paper makes pointed editorial rcrer
enco to the probability of the Gov
ornor's resignation, Is this to be Ink
en as the otncial utterance of tho Gov
LADIES' 3-4 COATS:
Woolen, nsst. colors
Cravcnctte, asst, colors
Pongee, Oriental trimming
LADIES' LONG COATS:
Khakl Automobile Coats, with capes ,
Khaki Automobllo Coats, plain
Mohair, Navy and Browns
Waterproof, Brown and Modes
Pongee, Champagne and Navy
Gloria Cloth, Navy and Gray
uravcnciio, Mixed lirowns
Assorted Styles . . ..
Alpaca, Navy ,
Black Taffeta ,
Pongco Sim, Oriental
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 Plquo ,
U8UAL PRICE. SALE PRICE.
$ 8.00 $ 5.50
" 10. 7.
, 16jjnd 18. 12.
I 20, 14,
6. to 12. 4. to 6.50
13. to 16.- - 1o'.
A shipment of Young Large Mules
All Trustworthy Animals for sale at
Low Figure by the
Schuman Carriage Co.
Report of Resources and Liabilities of
IHE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND 1111 1 M, 11
At the Close of Business December 30, 1905
Suits and Skirts
MISSES' WOOLEN SKIRTS, assorted.
Walking Skirts. Mixed Colors .....
Ladles' Cloth, black ,
vouc, uiacK .
Taffeta Silk, Brown
Shirred nnd Pleated, Black and Navy.
Voile, Black und Browns
Alpaca, Assorted Colors
Cravenetto, Oxford and Brown
Voile, Black, with Silk Slip ..
The girls' tennis tournament, whlrb
will decide the winner of the II. 1'.
Cooper tennis trophy, will bo begun on
Wednesday, tomorrow, the 31st Instant.
Drawings for the preliminaries aro as
follows: i:. Taylor vs. P. Hart; B.
Ulshon vs. M. Uo Brettcbrcll; A. Smith
vs. J. It. Aiken: F. Winter vb. A. Coop
er. Those who drew a by: E. Pratt vs,
E. Smith: A. Hopper vb. O. Jaklns.
The tournament Is expected to finish
Loans on Ileal Estato $ 4,034.37 Capital paid In S CO.OOO.OO
Loans on Securities other Undivided profits 3,362.73
than Real Estato 5,731.24 Investment-Stock Ccrtlfl-
Treasury Stocks 19,200.00 catcs 29,205.35
Charter and Franchise .... 9,730.00
Horses and Vehlclo 300.00
Heal Estato 30.CC9.00
Furniture and Fixtures ,. 6C7.17
Due from Agents 8.6G0.C1 ' '
Duo from all other sources. 2,776.03
Cash on hand 899.11
LU BIDS LOWEST
ON 111! llllll
Bids wero opened yesterday for the
building of the now resldenco for tho
president of Oahu College on Ilocky
Hill. Lucas Brothers hid tho lowest
and tho contract will probably bo so
awarded. Tho bids wcro as follows;
Lucas Brothers, SI3.290; T. II. Gil
man, 113,985; J. Oudcrklrk, (14,329;
Bcrtclmann, $14,545; John Walker,
114,973; Fred Harrison, $15,871; Fred
A special meeting of tho sharehold
ers of Alexander & Baldwin Is to be
held this afternoon for the purpose, of
considering a proposition to Increase
tho capital stock.
Princess Kalanlanaole leaves on the
8. S, Sonoma for Washington, D. C, to
oln her hu&band.
Tho Hawaii Promotion Commltteo
meets at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon.
I, A. II. KENTWELL, do solemnly swear that the foregoing Statement
Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
(Signed) THE HAWAIIAN IlEALTY AND MATUIUTY CO.
By A. H. KENTWELL,
Act. Manager. ;
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 24th day of January, 1906.
CHAS. A. MANU,
Notnry Public. Judicial Clrcult.T. H.
Honolulu will do well to check an
outcry against the transports or Manila
tor alleged dumping of stowaways at
this port. There Is a wealth of possi
bility for false accusation and retort
that transport calls at this port can
cease, If distasteful to the people. The
best scheme for dealing with the mat
ter Is to arrange such a 'reception for
stowaways that the town will secure a
reputation among these men, and they
win tnererore board snips going In un
other direction. Honolulu lost the
transport trade once, by indulging In
dib over tne antics of a few soldiers.
ENLISTING THE MAJORITY
Tho first Improvement Club rally
was a good beginning, I.lko all as
Bomblles for arousing public Interest,
it brought out many suggestions for
futuro endeavor and tho most cffcctlvo
means of bringing tho people together
Taking tho meeting as a whole, Its
most Impressive, suggestion was tho
necessity for making tho next rally
tnoro cosmopolitan, In keeping with tho
character of our population. Leaders
thcro must bo always, and It Is not
reasonablo to expect that all elements
could be brought together at tho first
meeting of this kind over held In the
city. It Is presumed that thero will bo
moro than ono rally.
For tho Improvement Idea to bo a
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,
Trnst Co., Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T6,
Woolen Shirt Waist Suits, Mixed Colors. 15.
Peau do Solo Suit. Black 20.
Tallor-mado Suit, Mixed Grny 12.
Tailor-made Suit, Black . .. 15.
Tallor-mado Suit, Brown 14.
Tallor-mado Suit, Navy 18.
Tallor-mado Suits, nsst. Colors 20.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Whlto Lawn, asst. Styles 1.25
urown and Gray Chambray si. and 1.25
Whlto I-awna, nBst. Styles 1.50
Whlto Lawn, Black French Knots ', l'so
L'!! V.nw."8.' AB8t' StyIca 2.50 and 2.75
Whlto Dotted Swiss 3.50 and 4.50
ivuuo uoueu Bwiss
Whlto Mull, hand embroidered, slzo'42'.".
Whlto Mull, hnnd embroidered, size 40..
Whlto Valenciennes Lnco, size, 38
Ecru Fancy Laco Waists, sizes 34, 38..
The County Supervisors meet at 7:30
0 clock this evening.
Children's and Infants' Wear
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 Drosses.
Children's AbsL Wash Suits
Children's Whlto Plquo Suits
Children's Whlto Sun Bonnets
Children's Whlto Sun Bonnets
Infants' French Bonnets
Infants; silk Bonnets
Infants' Eiderdown CoatB, asst. colors,.
75c and $1.
75c apd $1.
$1.25 and 1.50
1.25 and 1.50
2.50 to 4.50
1.50 to 3.
1. to 5.50 50c to 3.50
3. to 5. 1.75 to 3.
60c apd 75c 25c
1.25 and 1.50 50c
75c to $2.50 6O0
1. to 2. 50c
1.50 to 5. 1. to 3.
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B. KERR & GO. Ltd
H ALAKEA STREET. I
youngest actor of tho bunch, has mado
I rapid strides In tho profession.
I Uremia Fowler has tho crowd with,
er as Mrs. Weston, whom Teddy
, North ndorcs, and Is never nt a loss
for tho graces, tricks, emotional exhi
bitions and heart-touching by-plnys
that go to mako her work cffcctlvo.
Milan Hayward Is as brilliant as over
nnd never falls to charm. Jullctto
Something different every time and " Jg nnd 0aln" nrt l8
yet aUajs good, that Ib tho mainstay, lo,,!,,, rjrendorf is thoroughly en
of tho Buhlcr aggregation of theatrical Joyablo and thcro is a comfortable
talent, ,ness In her manner that spreads sort
Last evening, nt the Orpheum, the of a cementing homo nvmosphoro over
National Stock Company put on "Tho 'tbe scenes In which sho appears.
Cowboy and The Lady," nnd tho house , Tonight nnd tomorrow night this big
went w Id with delight. In this great play will bo repeated and It Is up to
production, especially as played by the tho public not to cheat itself of a treat
Huhler crowd, there Is throughout an jjint woujj uo hard (0 duplicate,
atmosphere of keen enjoyment, of sus-1
talned thrill and perfect finish. The
story In Itself Is exciting to a degree
and spurs tho red corpuscles to a gal
lop of enthusiasm, in the person of
There Is love-making with a ven
geance, to be sure. In some parts, bdt It
Is none of your Insipid novelette stylo
ef heart clinching.
The force of the passion Interpreted
by these clever actors takes the audi
mi co with a clutch of vigorous realism
that uplifts the sense of nobility In tho
souls of all and carries tho spectator
through the strenuous scenes of tho
stirring drama without a single com
Tho wlldness of tho West, Its free
and easiness, Its elemental honesty of
method, its fascinating romance nnd
all its breezy charm of life that really
is aggressivo nnu very much to tho
Tho Woman's Home Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist church has ac
quired tho property on King street
heretofore known as the "Melrose,
Hotel" which will In futuro bo con
ducted as the "Susanna Wesley Home.''
Largely through the efforts of Bishop
Hamilton the deal was effected. Tho
purchase price Is $8000, all but 8300 of
which Is provided through the Bishop,
who will secure the fundB from tho
mainland. It Is wild that tho Bishop
personally contributed a largo sum.
Tho Pa-u riders' section of tho Flor
al Parado which is to bo held on
Washington's birthday, promises to bo
a notablo feature. Frank Andrado, In
cliargo of this section, hears from
many localities that women aro pre-
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Trent nD company
paring to enter tho parado wearing
point and In deadly earnest, are alll!!10 ''f'11 rldlnS "Mr's t "e old-tlmo
nroucht out In "Tho Cowliov nml thn . mnuimii.
Illchard Buhlcr is the cowboy. Ted
dy North, and tho hero of tho play. Ha
tnrows cnougn nro into tho part to
make tho people lit tho audlenco feel
Uko yelling and going out to kill a fow
Indians. In tho court scene, where ho
Is on trial for his life, ho conducts his
own case with a Bplrlt that Is convinc
Charles Placo makes a splendid vil
lain. Ho has seldom appeared hero In
a villain's part, bo his great ability In
this line comes as a very pleasant do
light. Ho baa the volco and manner
to perfection, not to mention his artis
Kupcrt Drum as Billy Hansom
enmes to tho scratch again and satis
(lies with his complete mastory of cf
tect and tho little business that go to
complete a situation, Ernest Wilkes
Is a very dramatic Qulckfoot Jim and
puts the heavy work into his lines
with tragic zest. Tom Lowell, Harry
Auerbach and Walter Ilenfort aro cow
boys to the limit. Lowell Is built for
the part. Auerbach puts tho semb
Unco of good natured toughness Into
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything.
ALL 8ORT8 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 53.
On 8undays the Haltlwa Limited, a,
iinm:u ui guuu uuiureu luuguuvaa iuiu Ling-nour ir, fi, leaves at o. a. m.,
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