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EVENING HULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. ., WEDNESDAY. FKD. 14. 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at l'.l King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRIffOTON.. Editor
Entered at the Postofflce at HonO'
lulu ag second-class matter.
tile operation la retersed, anil tin
many arc expected to follow tile ill'
rectlom of the few, it la a matter ol
comparatively few weeks when tho
many will rebel. The llret aim ahouM
lo to hae etory resident 0lutnnrll5
on tho list of and cooperating wilt
Payable In Advance.
TOM JOHNSON REFORM SCHEMES
While a few of our good citizens nnd
some not so well (mentioned are mak
ing the atmosphere warm with their
schemes for reforming the city. It can
ilo them no norm to stuuy mo rciorm
cr who "does things" without making
to much nolae nhout It. There Is Ito
objection to an enthusiastic camp.ifgu
against vice so 11 la something mora
r month, apywhero In U. S..$ .73 , than brass band furoro to cover n mul.
Ter quarter, anywnero in u. s.. z.uo , titmi0 of other Bins committed or oxer-
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8.00
. ftr year, postpaid, foralan 11.00
lz months , . .....J .B0
,er yrv, anywhere In U. S.... 1.00
'fer year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
looked by the footers of tho horn. Ho
nolulu has had examples of nil kind
nnd knows what they nrc.
In lonsequencc of thtlr many exper
iences with reform nnd alleged reform-
era. citizens of Honolulu will be IntT-
csted nnd Instructed by a short state
ment of how Tom Johnson Is straight
-onlng out tho ilty of Cleveland which
lean probably display more Intrenched
I vtro In ono ward than can be found in
tho whole city of Honolulu. This It
what Collier's Weekly says of John
ton's work- .
"Tom Johnson's Ideas nro cogent
lucid nnd Inclshe, whatever the topic
of which he treats. A body of mm
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
C. 05. BOCKl'S, llnslnoss Manager ot
the DuMetln Publishing Company, -Limited,
being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says- That the following
Is a true and correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Febru
ary 9, 1906, of tho Dally and Week- utcrs recently mado n communication
to him nbout the enforcement of laws
niz.iln llnitor abuses, cnmbllntf. nnd dls-
.2406 oidprly house.' Mr. Johnson replleJ
..2113 that the usual history of cities waa for
..2123 a reform wnvo to Include a formil
..2107 ,-rusado against vice, without even
..2115 temporary Improvement. The evil I
..2110 scattered through the city nnd hidden
.2162 not removed. Tho police court docket
Ir Editions' ot tho Evening llullctln
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Average Dally Circulation
The Hoard of Education will In the
near future open tip a great building
activity. Tho plans nnd specifica
tions for tho Hllo High School, for
which there Is a (25,000 appropriation,
are almost ready and tenders will be
called during the next two or thrco
Negotiations for a Blto of nbout ono
snd one-half acres for the new l'auoa
school nro unucr way wun unarics
llooth nnd others. An soon ns the
deal Is closed plans will bo called for
for tho building, for which thero Is a
12.500 nnuronr atlon.
Tenders will also soon bo called for
the addition of two new rooms for the
Makapnla school at Kohaln, and for
the repairing ot tho old building,
which, with Its additions, will become
John Knnlkoa. a young Hawaiian
from tho Die Island, has been secured,
to take charge of tho Walmanaloj
school, which nad to bo closed for lack
of a tenchcr.
GUliSIS ATJIIE YOUNG
William Hill, San 1'ranclsco; Ceo
Ccrke and wife. Cincinnati, Wra
Tulle, Cincinnati: Chas. Chapman.
Uoston; dipt. (lea. H. Hcirdsley, .New
York, A. T, lllake, San Kronclsco; M
S. Mctenlf. lloton, E. I). Douglas, Nety
York; Ceo. E. Chandler nnd wife,
I'tah; Miss O'Urlcn. Utah; W. T. Clerk,
New York; O. C Pnlasky, New York;
W F Montgomery. Los Angles; Mr
and Mrs. Hnrry Vara, T. E. Lynda. 8L
IttI i RUSSIA
CUBAN MINISTER Z l. S.
Circulation' of Weekly Bulletin. nro choltc,,, lIclay , Inevitable, and m ifhV.;5.el 'ren' m 11 u
Tuetday. Feb. 6. 1906 2354 the end most of the cases are dismissed,
"Tho Ma) or of Cleveland lias useu n
different method. He has not spent hit
strength' In securing legat conviction.
He has practically wiped out gambling
by merely keeping a policeman nt the
door ot a house, to make It unprofit
able, or. when this falls, breaking down
tho door and destroying the unlawful
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1049
COMBINED guaranteed average
Hy C. a. DOCKUS,
I Business Manager.
Subscribed nnd sworn to bo
fore mo this 10th day of Fob
SEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. II. BUIINETTE,
No'nry Tubl'lc, Honolulu. County of
maid. Now York: Mr. und Mrs. II
Arthur, Yokohama; .Mrs. I'arrlsh and
son, San Francisco; Mrs. E. M. Jack
son. Yonkcrs, N, Y.; MrsJl. Howard,
Yonkcrs, N. Y.; Chas. II. Smith, Ma
nila; Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Sullivan, SL
Louis; Miss Itlx, St. Louis; W. M.
Grant, San Francisco; Wm. W. Travel!,
Denver; J. W. Kutz, Keknhn, Kauai,
J. II. Thompson,, New Yprk; Geo.
1 II. !.... l...l.. I. ,. J. t. in
i, rn-:uJ:"..nA:i ' Now York; Aden K. Cosgrovc,
FED. It. 1900
.idence. The most dangerous saloons
lmo been stamped out by similar pro
ceedings, tho well-behaved ones bclng.
tinmolcsted, even If open nt forbidden'
hours: and the third evil has been mlt
Igated In the same spirit. Tho Im
provement under this Bystom In Cleve
land has. of (oursc. been made pos
sible only by the existence of on able
nnd honest city got eminent. Mr. John
son appeals primarily to results, but
bo also offered to tho reverend gentle
men whom ha addressed tho phllos-
nnliv which underlies ills who e nrooed
Everyone wondering why tho other tlre jioro men. In his opinion, drink
Skates in arlety have always been
more or less popular in Honolulu.
As a featuro of tho Molokan wcl.
ome Sam Johnson might teach Co. F.
come Sam Johnson might
tc say Alohn In Itusslan,
I .''Is so foolish as to increase his aero-, because they nro mlserablo thnn are
ui nge. Is the situation in tne sugar coun- miserable becnuso they drluk; and wo-
Kv tries at present. I men who llvo on vice do so usually not
ft ' I from cholre but from tho nressur of
New York; Mr.and Mrs. C. W. Wright'
son, London; Mrs. J. Y. Tearon, New
York; Mr. nnd Mrs, lieruard Fnynor
llle. Dan Francisco; Mrs. II. L. Cor
bctt. Tuscan, Arizona; A. F. Coffln,'
San Frinclsco; Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E.
Dow, San Francisco; W. T. Ilurke. Tex
arkana, Texas; K. E. Uurkc, Texark
ana, Texas; Jnmcs A. Sacklcy nnd wife,
Chicago; W. II. Thomas nnd wife, Wa
hiawa; V. T. Corning pnd wife, U. 8.
Navy; J. II. Wood, iloston.
Advices have teen received by Mr.
J. I). Avery, Hawaiian representative
of the HiiBted Directories, publishers
for many years of the Honolulu Clt
nnd llawnll Territory directories, from
Letters went forward In the, Alameda
mall today to the head offlce6f steam
ship companies which would be Inter
ested In the matter, Inquiring ns to
terms for the transportation from Him
Bla to Honolulu for nbout slxty.flv
families ot Hussion Molokana.
As previously stated, It was original
ly planned to, hate 130 families com
from tho Los Angeles Moloknn settle
ment to tnkc up the Kapaa, Kauai
lands. Now It has been arranged thai
hut half of this number of families
will come from Los Angeles and the
lcmnlnder to complete the Knpaa set
tlcmcnt Is to bo made up of Molokans
direct from Russia, to whom tholr
friends and relatives at Los Angeles
liiivo written to Join thorn on Kaunl.
Transportation direct from Ilussla n
tho next thing to be determined nnd
J. 11. Castle wont to the steamship rep
icscntntlvcs hero for terms. He win
icferred to the mainland headquarter!
of tho companies, and so ho has written
tho head ofllefs for bids on tho carry
ing of the Molokans from Southern
Hussln, on the Dlack Sea coast, dlrccj
to Hawaii, l.i Sydney or Hongkong'
as the enso may be.
Mr Castle stnted this morning that
serious attention was now being turned
to the proposition of the Hnknlau set
tlcmcnt by I.os Angeles Molokans. The
company had offered to bear the ex
pense of representative Molokans com
ing from 1.03 Angeles to Investigate
the land and prospects and In oil like
lihood tho deal would go through,
Gilbert J. Waller was today appoint
ed n member ot the Hoard of Prison
Inspectors by Acting Governor Atkin
son In the Dlace of F J. Lowrey, who
has resigned. Atkinson slates that
tho great and kindly Interest which
Waller has always shown toward
those, who have fallen from the path
of righteousness eminently fits him to;
A perfect torrent of demurrers of
defendants In thy beef trust caso wcro
men tnis rorcnoon in tho otiico ot mo
United States District Court clerk.
Thoso represented wcro Alfred W.
Carter. American Sugar Co., Ltd., D.
P. H. Iscnbcrg, J. F. Drown, Mcllrydo
Sugar Co., Ltd., A, M. Drown, Hohert
Hind, Jnno Wight. Hubert Horner, Al
bert Horner, Annlo T. K. Parkor and
Elmer E. Conant.
I siwui i-iivriit;, uuv iiuiu tnu I'lioauic ui , i T i . lL
4 . Aon rrninff Hin I'nstcrn naiioti ' M.i in t -,.,1., wwA.ff iinrn.iino nmininnu nianaGcmciu, mm mere
fifewouW Know without tuk.ng that th fore, by mnklng opportunity more oven IM bo Imported for tho work here thli
X'trM...nii t.itLinnMi inrttta finiocntinn car 1... t,A ni,niitir, n .!.. tlwi.it.. eur so mo of CrocKor-IanKlcy s best
FT JIIIWBII HMPlllvon tiivtiu ....-. -.--- - - . uj tliu UUVI1UUU Ul UUjUft IIICIU - , , . . " ... I 111;. "HI LIU II I CU UJ U1I
( i ' ry no press representative. to that slogan tho Mayor of Cleveland """ "10 "u",cu V"" cer-i"iii'i Captain Sam Johnson. During tho call
1! ever returns." '"' "" "'" '"'. "' "" Iho l.-inil I, no,l nnt nnnl n ra.
V All the cho fa banks havo closed. Johnson, thporv nnd nrncllco In In Association of Amerlcnn Directory .
4 UUIISIIVIO. V11CI1 VAVIItlUBIIIh tAlllllD
Governor Potts of Guam, who Is on
his way to assumo charge of his do
main, this forenoon paid an official
call on tho Acting Governor. Ho was
accompanied by Captain Lyons and
'4 TI.A Mnrnlliff DnlHll1 will tlltVIl & f till I1I..K ...ll'n It. u.lt. n n l.tU. tt nA-
.n, uv uiuiumn p. ..... . - iius nun iv nj;uu ill icuci ui yj,iv-
tj' explanation of why the pollco are not elation written tho Uulletln after the
entitled to tne siignicsi creuu. publication of tho nttlclo on condition
' - T, , , In Polumn, The letter contained thefu
Honolulu hotels. llkO OVerytlllng else, 'rrn1nrl,, nmnni- nth em "Ponnlf. ilnn'l
- ,nre all right. Tho town has necr yei t0 nci ag readily as many would
A Inlled In ability to accommodate one nnv0 ,lg believe, people get poor nud
more and make him perfectly comfort
Extension ot tho tlmo limit on ap-
clrcumstances crowd them. A great
number are naturally Improvident and
nro not industrious by nature or euuca
peals to the Federal Supreme Court Waves of 'reform operated for the
ought to be a guarantco against (.out t pr,)0,o of getting ono set of officials
manipulation on this end of the line w out nml an0,or aet n navo nl
prevent tho perfection of appeals. frequently '.mado conditions worse
. -. I than tho first Any alleged rcforma-
An Eastern .paper makes the Tol- t,on gchcm0wl,cll Uoc, not havo a8
lowing Interesting editorial announce- f01lnrt.inB .lo.prminp,, Pfnrt in
went. . ... ,. ,. . , 'mnko opportifnltles moro oven nnd at
The General Smith who Is to be ,., , ,I, ,,,, ,,., ,, ....
governor of the Philippines Is not the ,10mcg of ,b- wU(J argey ,nhablt
tame onewho la known as Hell Hoar- (ho ul,(rlct8 vco naturally Beeks, is
Ing Jake. Indeed nn alleged reformation not
. . .. . .1 I.-..- Ik.l tl.n vu.
becreiarj noai u:iiiit:B umi
American Consular service should not
te nn old man's home. Hut It Is better
to have back country old men with
'average horse sense than youthful bril
liancy such as Loomls and Dowcn fur
nished the State Department
as a matter of accommodation ami
fourtcsy. Crockcr-Langlcy publish the
San Francisco directory. Haw-all's new
directory will surpass nny previous el
fort. So mo new and attructlvo features
wilt bo added this year and tho book
will bo thoroughy metropolitan In Its
get-up. Tho manager of 'the main of
fice of Hustcd's Directories will be here
In tlmo to get out tho 190C-7 directory
by August at tho latest
Tho caso of lladlo Gonsnlcs, a Porto
Itlcan charged with murder In the first
degree, who died In the Oahu prison a
few days ago, was this morning nolle
pros'd. by Deputy Attorney General
. , -
World's greatest sensational dance
Hadlum Danoe tolnsh,L Orpbeum the.
Governor Carter In his nnnual re
nort rjvs; "And one may watch the
IF Chinaman with his water buffalo plow-
Mf" log a rice field, lolling comfortably in
T the latest model of an nutomoiitie." liaa
i the Oovernor written tho report nfter
'i., his experience with the latest mode!
$ 'automobile nnd the grip, ho probably
ft would figure that the Chinaman and
bis water buffalo had the best of It
It Th fnlnUnna n'ltt tin nrnnprlv crcet
ed If they enjoy satisfying the wldo-i
spread curiosity they navo nrouseu. o
people ever brought to the Islands have
I been so widely heralded. They also
f have no small responsibility on their
ihoulders In "making good." Should
i they fall to do all that Is expected they
- will furnish arguments against Euro-
pcan labor until another generation
arrived on the scene. Successful, they
will be the salvation of tho Territory
I lTi " i
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains- in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Kauai has no doubts on tho value of
local self-government. Judged from
this comment of tho Garden Island:
:,i Talk ot County governments not be
t. lne a success. Why. under the old
JiiMglme" it took Rerger's -band thirteen
p jrMiH iu e,-- ua h. ..muu. ... ..w
boys get trips auroau every year.
i 'The only way out ot tho everlasting
r.Blllkias that tho Educational Depart-
I went Is subject to, seems to bo to turn
fit ovec to the Counties. They appar-
Vcntly have found a way of successfrJ-
)X ly dealing with problems.
If the Improvement Clubs are reach
Ine out to secure the co-oneratlon of
4&1I the people with the same speed thai j
preparations are matting lor n central
1 organization, there can be no com
Jplalnt. If the cooperation of all tli
Apeope Is sot the first consideration Ho-
nolulu Improvement Clubs will soon hs
&no more than a memory. Tho useful.
f ness of the whole movement. Its very
life, depends on the people doing for
themselves, not as they are told. When
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 aero
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 76x125; modern
HOUSE and LOT, Maklkl 8t
Lot 60x00; modern cottage,
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
"RENT and company
Kail not to sen ".Camilla" and the
HadJuin Dance nt thaOrpheum tonight!
Tho former Is an exceptional sensa
tion and the latter a marvel. Last per-
lormnnco of "Cnmlllo" tonight To
morrow night "Arizona," a big hit
wherever It has been produced, will be
Loading of tho bark George Curtis
Is nbout completed, and the vessel is
expected to sail direct for San Kran
ctsco tomorrow nt about 10 o'clock. She
carries about 3000 tons ot sugar.
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These Embroideries are Pretty,
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Scnor Qucsada, Cuban Minister to the United States.
Senor Quesadn, Cuban Minister to tho United States, I. an orator born. In
an article In The Outlook for July, 1809, by George Kcnnnn, who heard Qucsada
speak at tho Kstclian Theater, Mantanxas, Cuba, he said: "1 havo seen many
audiences under tho spell of eloquent speech and In the grip of strong emotional
excitement ; but 1 havo rarely witnessed such a scene as at tho close of Quesada'.
eulogy upon the dead patriot, Marti." Inn letter to The l'cruna Medicine Com
pany, written from Washington, D. C, Scnor Qurssda says:
"Peruna I can recommend as a very good medi
cine It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it
is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal
complaint of catarrh." Oonzalo De Qucsada.
CongrcssmanJ.il. Hankhead,of Ala
bama, one ot the most Influential mem
bers of tho Homo of Representatives, In
alcttcr written from Washington, l). C,
gives his endorsement to tho great ca
tarrh remedy, l'cruna, in tho following
"Your Peruna Is one ot the best
medicines I ever tried, nnd no family
should be without your remarkable
remedy. Asa tonic and catarrh cure
I know ot nothing better,"' J. II.
For special directions everyone, should read "The I its of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Peruna Is for sale by all chemists and
Irunnltti at one dollar oer bottle or sIk bottle's for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
the necessary delay In receiving a reply, should address Dr. S. D. Hartman,
Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
Benson, Smith &. Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
Thcrols but aslnglo medicine which
U a radical specifics for catarrh. It !
( eruna, which has stood a half century
test and cured thousands ot cases.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory rcsults'from tho moot l'cruna,
write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your erne and ho will
bo pleased to gtvo you Ms yalnable ad
Address n(.n4rt3aa,T(Mitnt of The
Hartman Hanilartum, Columbus, O. .Ul
corrcaDondenc strictly confidential,
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. -SACHS
BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received;
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER ISLAND8 WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A. COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Uelng commanded by the new Gov
ernor of Guam, tho 11 8. S, Supply en
tered port yesterday afternoon at nbout
C o'clock. Sho will coal here and re
ceive some minor supplies, and by Sat
urday she will be ready to continue?
her westward course. Commander T.
M. I'otts, tho now Governor, Is a popu
lar officer, nnd It Is expected that ho
will bo liked by tho cltUcns of tho llt-
tto Islands ho will supervise. Ho Is
accompanied by his wife.
Tho trip of tho Supply from San
Francisco was over rough seas, and
was not altogether pleasant for that
reason. The officers on board the Sup
ply nre as follows:
Commnndcr T. M. Potts, U. S. Navy,
commanding; Lieut. Commander R. O
Hitler, U. S. Navy, executive officer,' ,
Asst. Burgeon It. 11. cnapmon, u. ,
Nnvv. medical officer: Unsign W. T,
Conn, Jr., U. S. Nnvy, navigator; En
sign O. r. Drown, U. 8. Nay; Abbl
Paymaster L. N. Wertcnhaker, U. S.
Navy, pay officer; uoatswain f.uary
vey, U. H. Navy; warrant .nacniniss
J. I. Ilalllngcr, u. a. Nnvy, cuiei ciigu
nper; Boatswain A. O. I.nrscn, V. S.'.
Navy; Carpenter F. X. Matter, U. 8.
Navy; 1'ory Clerk R. W. Smith, U. 3.
The following passengers nro belntt
taken by the Supplf to Guam; Mrs.
T, M. Potts, Mrs. II, O. Hitler nnd
two children, Mrs. L. M. Smith. Mrs.
U. U. Chapman and child, Miss Lantx,
Mrs. W. T. Conn, Jr., Mrs. Geo. Wil
son, Miss Wilson, Mrs. McLean, Pay
master W. II. Uowne. Mrs. w. u
Uownv, Pay Clerk D. W. Jennings. '
LARGE CHE-FA BANKS.
(Continued from Page 1)
to punish tho die fa bankers undoubt
edly has a great ileal to do with tho (
closing of the banlta. It Is understood
that a couplo of vigorous sentences,
ono of a year's Imprisonment and an
other a $300 fine. Imposed on cho-fa
bankers durlngho last few days, bnvo
'given tho gambling jlement a healthy
Tno urnna jury Kept on wun jib
work In tho Gambling line as usual
this forenoon. Some difficulty has
beon experienced In locating tho che
fa agents, whom It wishes to subpoe
na. As n rule, tho agents have a room
In ono of tho tenement buildings lit
whlclv they do business, whlld they
llvo at another place. During the last
few days tho agents havo found their
offices too dangerous for tho business
and have instead done their selling on
tho street or In allcyB, nooks and cor
ncri. -This has made tho locating ot
them very difficult. Tho Grand Jury
today started on Us old plan of usher
ing Its witnesses In and out tnrougn
tho High Sheriff's office. In order thpt
they should not be seen by'outslders.
It Is understood that Senior Captain
Parker of tho pollco was among thoso
who wcro smuggled Into the presence)
of tho Inquisition through this exclu
sive entrance today, and that other
members of tho Pollco Department
have been called to testify.
Tho Grand Jury wilt undoubtedly re
turn some i Interesting Indictment
against some of tho big guns of che-fa-dom,
who havo appeared before It.
Against many of those against whom
no'chargo of gambling can bo placed
tht chargo of perjury .will .bo prefer
red, leaving the unhappy victims be
tween the horns of a bad dilemma.
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