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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. SATURDAY, FED. 10. 1006,
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who should take ft hand waiting party In power ho was too easy-going!
till the last moment and then going off' is n leader of the Opposition he ougbf
WALLACE R. FARRINttTON.. Editor
Entered at the Postofflco at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
on n fool tangent that threatens public
disaster. This was done In tho last
County campaign, and only the vigor
ous work of the staunch Republican
workers saved tho day for decency In
H Is (oo early for n lining up of
forces, but not too enrly for every man
to make up his mind to work with an
Payable In Advance.
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
C. fl. 110CKU8, Iluslncs. Manager ot
the Duttetln Publishing Company. Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
Is a truo nnd correct statement of cir
culation for the week ending Febru
ary 9, 1906, of the Dally nnd Week
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Feb. 3 2406
Monday, Feb. 5 2113
Tuesday, Feb. 6 2123
to be a complete success. Tho Union
1st nartv. In choosing Arthur Jamos
Ualtour, has chosen tho better mnn, I
It is interesting to us Americans it
notice that otio of tho most effective
arguments used agnlnst n policy It
Protection Is that It would Introduce
lobb)tng, corruption In public nnd po
litical life, and the formation of trusts,
dullest purpose In tho conventions
nnd on tho party ticket. Let political
Improvement keep paco with advanc
ing public spirit.
The Ilullctln believes thcro nro
enough honest men to go round, nnd
would suggest that the citizens In their
prellminaiy thoughts nnd In later ef
fort bo guided In their support of can
didates by "the nnswor to the question,
i HAT IS HIS KUCOIIU FOR HON-L-9TY7
honest nurnoso nnd demand men with 'oil of which, It Is claimed, are at ures-
cm jirutui'iiiiy uiiKiiuwii ninung uur
Ilrltlsh cousins and of which they seen
to have n healthy dread,
(Continued from Page 1.)
helping himself to tho County Attor
ney's Job. Tho gentleman approached
declared ho would hao nothing to do
with Achl's slate.
From all accounts, nnd the tnlk
won't down, Achl Is endeavoring to
play nn old game. Hnwnllans sny that
he Is telling them that they must down
tho haolcs; that they must lino up
ngnlnst them In force. In tho next cam.
Imlgn. He Is raising a cry which Is
In cfTcct: "To Hades wlth.tho llaoles."
At tho same tlmo Achl Is Spoken of as
trying to rub hcartts with the haolo
leaders, saying, in effect: "Tho nn
the, vote. It seems to me. Is going
agnlnst tho haolcs In the next cam
paign, but I think I may be able to use
my Inflticnco to get them to stand by
Achl Is sparring for nosltton nnd
Is wntcdilng straws which ho himself
is trying in the wind.
Said an actlvo Republican this morn
Ing: "We'll flatten Achl this trip, Buro.
There nro several games on foot, but
we'll kill Chnrlle's llttlo scheme. Achl's
working for Achl. that's all. He'll nov
cr lis Siipervlsor-nt-largc, and one rea
son Is that he will not be on the Re
Itobcrt W Shingle, prominently Iden-
tilled with tho Henry Watorhousa
AN ANGLO-AMERICAN VIEW
Tho Unionists of Great llrltnln, who
nro now In Opposition, seem to hn
finally decided on Dalfour as their chlel
pod. according to latest advices. Cham
berlain has promised the new leader of
the Opposition his support. In view
of the comptcto stnasbup of tho power
ful Unionist party at tho recent elec
tlons. which was undoubtedly dun tc
Ilalfour's acceptance. In part at least,
ot Chamberlain's protectionist Ideas, II
Is doubtful It Chamberlain will evn
again be a popular lender ot the parly.
Tho people ot Great llrltaln, after over
half a century of Free Trade, have evl-
dontlv mnde un their minds thnt tha
Wednesday, Feb. 7 2107 , "open door" la the only safe policy foi
Thursday, Feb. 8 2115 their country. It Is worthy of notice
Friday, Feb. 9 2110 that this opinion Is shared by nearly
Average Dally Circulation 2162 all students of political economy nnif
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. tv all tho rccenUlrltlsh Chancellors ol
Tuetday, Feb. 6, 1906 2354 Exchequer, with the exception pcrhapi
numoer oi wecKiies aenvcrca on of tho last holder of that Omco, Mr
4hji Island aI Uauall alAnil . IftlQ t ..-.... r-knl..lnl .. t. ...III ....
,,. .. . w. ...... H.V..V. . . .v . .luoii'u 11.1111,11:1 111111. nnu mil iiui M . .. .......
COMBINED guaranteed average t probably bo remembered as ft financial "' V. .pan'!.'"'. l ,s. B,atca on "?'
circulation 1510 genius. iinuvncnuuio nuinoniy, mo man wno is
Balfour's foreign policy has becq "' u"uercu uy w.o w
-. and far-sighted but hi. leadership l'fc" ,"& '2 ' ?r m J!'1
OF GRAND JURY
Dy C. O. DOCKUS,
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
fore me this 10th day of Fob
SEAL ruary, A. D. 1906.
P. II. BUIINETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
ot the Unionist party, more espcclall) n tho falght ticket for tho offlco of
since Chamberlain Introduced his newTrenturcr of 0ahu County for tho no)tt
.FEU. 10, 190.
According to tho oltlclal documents,
Jack Is no lid nrtlst. Ho Is It.
THE PALAMA PROBLEM
Fiscal Policy, has been feeble nnd tactl
luting. Had ho boldly repudiated Pro
tectionist doctrines at that time (ai
he seems to hao done on tho cvo ol
(be general election) ho would hnvo re
tained his ablest colleague In tho cun
lnet. Instead ho tried to "strnddl"
and. In consequence lost the Duko M
Devonshire, Hlcks-Uca'ch, Hamilton,
r.llolt and of her staunch Unionist
Frco Traders nnd yet ho failed to rfi
taln Chamberlain himself. On leaving
the cabinet the late Colonial secretar
nvntnnllii nAnl nn (K .tnom na Ik .l.
-, . a II alii tln.,...1nii ' 'II'.IJ I1MH UU tUO QiUlliLf HO IUV UU'
1 eiormcre may uiik uii """" ocale of his new policy and thereby
Preacher, may preach, and Deacons wdcnCl, (ho breach between tho Pro-
may pray, tcctlonlst nnd FrcoTrado wings of tho
7 . ,u. .. ...' WW- Ualtour was under tho nocr-s-
Any movement for he rescue of the of , ,h vacanclc8 wlth
children of the Honolulu Asiatic quar- unrcil mCB mQ8t of wh wrB
ters Is llko squirting water from na tncdlocrltlcs. and he completely lost
Inch hose to check n forest lire, hl, hol(1 on le country.
Unless It Includes ,,., I. dllllcult, nt this dlstnnce, to
A determination on tho part of cup- ,U(, Ju,t wnal , t, t u
Itall.ti. as well a. reformers, to wipe' , a0alrB ,Q ,,, m m,tJt ,ook
cut the tenement buildings, nnd let -i ,. n, , i.-i.- n.mni..ii.ii...
lit. In llnl.t Intn tViA Itllnun t ll fl nriij - "V" "
41ll. "" """ ..,. .... yncrmanf n,J Ul J,,,,,, ma Qf th)J
country behind him. tho substantial
business men because they are jealoiti
of any Interference with llrltnln s ltu
menso over-seas commerce, and tho
great majority of tho artisans and
furnish dally problems for tbo health
authorities, handy hiding place, from
the police and tbo natural home for
vice and dirt.
Honolulu Is a growing city. There
fore the time to begin the campaign
against tbo crowded tenement. I.
Now. . ...
KUHIO AND THE REBATE FUND
Delegate Kuhlo'. letter regarding tho' J""-, ''f "'" 3 ""
poorer people because they fear that a
return to tho old days of Protection
would mean, for them, a return to tho
days of deur food and tho hard tlmen
of sixty years ago.
A man possessing tho fighting abll
Hawaii's canvass for tho Revenue He-
bate fund should bo carefully read by
every citizen who nrctend. to take nu
Interest In public affairs. Its most ltu-
lonallty ot Chamberlain would seem
to havo nil tho qualifications for nn
lucai lender ot opposition hut, consld
erlng hi. past political record. It U
llttlo wonder that the rank nnd fllo
presslve feature or nt least the point r"h ",,,' ,,,nr, nT w ,
'on which our people nro most In need ?f "" "J ' ' y: .?..5h" ..?'
of education. U tho reference to tli9 , T,,, "V" '"""" """ "ZIhIhiu
local Idea of obtaining this Federal1'"1."1 ,r'' ' ,",U? Z 'n '"
It Ir .aid that Shlnglo could have
had tho Republican nomination In tho
tho last campaign, If he had been will
ing to accept. Ho Is n young man,
well and, popularly known In business
circles, HI. first work here was as a
1-ce Qui Quong. nn employe of the
Oahu Carrlago Co., was stabbed In the
breast by another Chinaman who was
rooming with him, enrly this mornlns.
4:30 o'clock, nnd ho may dlo a. a re
sult. To mnn who did tha stabbing
has not yet been captured, but it I.
known that he Is crazy, Tho Chinese
wnnt to hnvo him sent back to China
Instead of having him committed to
the insnnc asylum here. Quong I. now
at the Queen's hospital.
Mnrln Frcttas, tho Portuguese wom
an who took poison last week, was re
turned to her homo today by tho no-
lice, on Alapal street, where she asked
to be taken to spend her last hours.
Sho may dlo this evening. Her rash
action wns caused by n love affair. Sho
hnd applied for a divorce, and tho men
who had promised to marry her. It Is
stated, deserted her Immediately after,
Governor Carter, sny. Dr. Judd, Is
greatly Improving In health. Ho
wants to lake a rtdo In hi. new auto
mobile, but it will probably bo n few
days before ho will be allowed to do so.
. Argentina's stock of gold now
amounts to SSl.400,000 against notes
which have been Issued at tho rate ot
227.27 per cent, In addition to the $2S0,
Ou.000 unguaranteed noto circulation.
Tho Grand Jury did not meet today
hut preparations aro being mndo for n
busy session next week. While tho In
quisition has not been very successful
In Its work with tho big guns, such as
Amu. Chung Mco II ng, Ah I loo. etc..'
thcro have been several of the smaller
fry who havo dug up quite n lot ot ma
terlal, which has Important refcreuco
to tho cho-fa situation.
Tho Attorney General's Department
does not Intend to nsk tho Supremo
Court to promulgate a rulo by which
tho secrecy of tho Grand Jury wit
nesses can bo enforced. Attorney Gen
crnl Peters says ho Intends to lento
tho matter to tho members ot tho
Court, who will undoubtedly do what
In their estimation tho case, requires,
It they think anyoiing Is required.
Tho rumor that the Grand Jury Is af
ter tho police I. probably to somo ex
tent founded on fact, but it Is certain
that tho Inquisition Is, first of all, after
the cho fa banks, nnd that to cloe
them Is It. foremost ambition, The pof
llco affairs nro held ns a secondary con
sideration in comparison with the
gambling situation. That the che fa
bank, aro still running in spite of tha
knowledge on the part of their ma
nipulators that tho Grand Jury Is after
them, Is cutting tho heart, of tho mem
bers of thnt noble body, and they In
tend to leavo no stono unturned In
their effort, to land them.
At n llttlo after 1 o'clock, the steam
er Moana arrived from Victoria, II. C,
nnd was tied up at Ulshop's wharf. The
purser, report of the trip 1. a. foi.
'Tho R. M. S. Moana. 4,000 tons. Cap
tain J. aibb, left Vancouver on tho 2d
ot February nt 1:10 p. m. and nrrlvcd
at Victoria at 8 p. in. samo day, A
denso fog settled down and delayed
departuro until 8 am. next day. Ex
perienced fine weather for tho first
thrco days, thence fresh westerly wind
until yesterday, when light northeast
trade and fine weather, to arrival.
On board tho .Moana wcro sixteen
carpenter, fgrom Seattle, brought here
to work on tho military barrack, being
uunt nt Kanaulkl.
General A. D. Aylesworth, Ontario'
now postmaster-general, who Is seeklnn
election to Parliament to Biiccced Sit
William Murdock, Is described as closa
ly resembling Abraham Lincoln In np
pcaranco, being C feet C Inches lg
Dr. Koch, tho famous German scien
tist. Is to tako charge, ot an expedition
to Investigate sleeping sickness in
German Enst Africa. Tho German Co
lonial Department has allocated J300,-
uuu towaru tno expenses of tho expe
dition. Of all Americans thoso of French
extraction spend tho Btnnllest-'propor-tlon
ot their Incomo on food.
Tho fenco never move., although It
has several different gates.
' --- -- -. . , . . .- ,.- .,. . ,., -1 wry t
1 1 rawcwilte $4MMwmMm.
vlk m?V:r;r Wt Mitt fwJr2y
'.j 3ll vlfl im iS
! Peruna is' recommended by fifty members'of .
Congress, by Governors, Consuls, Generals f
I Majors, Captains, Admirals, Eminent Physicians, u
sicAgyuicii, guuuy lAuspiiaisi auu puuiiu insuill-
I tions, and thousands upon thousands of those in 1
.1 the humbler walks of life. f
For special direction, every one hould read "Tho Ills of Life," a copy of which surround, each bottle. Pe
runa I. for .sate by all chemists and druggists at one dollar per bottle or .Ik bottle, for five dollar..
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait the necessary delay In receiving a re
ply, should address Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
Benson, 8mllh &. Co. will supply (he retail drug trade In Honolulu. "
lXl """"' I, '' ; refusing to follow Gladstone In
Stan 1 T Tcrrlto y his expended "th policy; and now he has wrecked
... . .i.i inn,. i,ri.. ..v. "tb papers call ' I-Iscnlltli." Ualtour
":Z.. . i.Tri .i.inJ . , ,, ,i i. r,,n i " much safer and moro responsible
crnment how tho thing should be run
Thus far no established principles of
American government bavo been upset
by this Territory, nnd tho most obdur
ate should' bo convinced that the be?t
way to get what wo want I. along the
traditional American line. Dclcgato
Kuhlo nnd others on the ground under
stand this fully, and Hawaii will he
successful proportionately to the rapid
ity with which all citizens accept it.
EARLY POLITICAL ACTIVITY
statesman. Ho Is universally liked for
hi. courteous and gentlemanly man
ner, and respected for his undoubted
sincerity and honesty of purpose nnd
his thorough knowledge of Parliament
ary procedure. As the leader of (tin
Preliminaries ot tho Fall campaign
nro becoming known. They havo been
In motion for somo tlmo with apparent
effort at secrecy, but tho numerous
confreres havo been unablo to contain
themselves In tho enthusiasm of their
certainty that everything Is, or soon
will be, "lxed".
It will bo somo month, beforo the
rank and fllo will stir thomselvcs.
They should, however, koop In touch
with tho work of the manipulators a.
a guard against being misled.
Honolulu hag experienced an Im
provement In public spirit. This
should havo it. Indirect Influence on
There Is no doubt that strenuous ef
fort, will be made by factionalism to
attack tho Integrity of men whoso
standing in tho community has never
boon successfully assailed. This sort
ot work Is as likely to bo dono by tho
llov. S. E, Bishop writing In Tho
Friend of "corrupt county committees'
ai it Is by candidates looking for of
fice on a Bhady record. Thcro Is ap
parently now great anxiety In certain
quarters lest tho present session of
tho Grand Jury fall to render a report
useful for personal and political pur
poses regardless ot tbo justlca dono.
Alleged purists will undoubtedly, as on
former occasions, be found forming se
cret or open alliances with the most
corrupt and untrustworthy workers, of.
ferlng as an excuso for their hypocrisy
that the end Justifies tho means. I
If tho peoplo allow It to be bo, tho COR,
present campaign will be little differ-1
cnt from those gone beforo those
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