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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, t H.. MONDAY. FKtt. 26,,190fi.
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ary 23rd., 1906, of tho Dally and Week
fy Editions of tho Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Feb. 17 2382
Monday. Feb. 19 2203
Tuesday. Feb. 20 2162
Wednesday, Feb. 21 2158
Thursday, Feb 22 . . .. 2200
Friday. Feb 23 (press break) 1855
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Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
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Number of Weeklies delivered on
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fore me this 24th day of Feb
SEAL) ruary. A. D. 1906.
1. H. BDIINETTE.
r-'o'ary Tubllc, Honolulu, County of
MONDAY FED. 2C, 190C.
Honest men will not aid In pro-
(,-rains with deceit as n stock In trade
ted treachery as a weapon.
The Bulletin acknowledges tho ar
rival of another mall front Kona. The
contents will be mado public as space
By making Its Fourth of July cele
bration half as good as the Washing
ton's Birthday parade, Honolulu will
regain Ilk reputation for enthusiastic
William Vanderbllt would unques
tionably prefer an Italian mob to one
vigorous shot Irom n iscw lorn news
paper on tho evils of killing children
Since the President has appointed n
champion wolf hunter United Stntes
Marshal uf Oklahoma, it will ho high
ly proper for Marshal Hendry to tnke
up goat chasing to gnln a reputation.
Halng talked tho matter over vig
orously, the logical move for Secre
tary Atkinson now. Is to explarh
to each plantation how- Its proposition
can be Improved with advantage to
Europe Is slow to get out of tho
old ruts, but nussla's troubles and
the little affair of Morocco have re
sulted In a shuffling nf friendships thnt
will Mioner or Inter figure In changes
of the world's maps.
"Come let ns reason together" Is
the most senBlblo text tho Immigra
tion promoters can nrcept. As It
stands today, a blockade Is the best
possible program for the advancement
of Japan's Interest In Hawaii.
The Promotion Committee might ad
vcrtleo the fact that owing to the lib
erality of Hawaii's Legislature, teach
ers nre not only given schools to tench
but are also allowed tho plcntant duty
of changing place with tho Janitor at
Jean once eacn day.
It would bo ery Interesting to
Uarn Just how much the rtcv. Mr
Shields of llllo knows about uewspa
per an how. When a parson makes
b sweeping condemnation of newspa
pers In general It is fairly safe to con
elude that either his machinery needs
Qxlns or he Is Just naturally shallow
Results count. And It must be re
tnembered that during the time oc
cupied In teaching the planters to
walk Spanish, no European Imml
grants are arriving. Furthermore tho
labor forces of tho mainland nro more
than likely to look upon the whole
thing as a trick to make European lm
migration appear Impossible and tints
turn Hawaii over to tho Oriental.
Teacher and Janitor' Isn't that an
Interesting combination for tho Terrl
tory of Hawaii lo present tho educnt
ore of Its youth. They can do better
In the Philippines. Oahu county su
pervisors can save the disgrace, pend
Ing rctlon by the Legislature If they
don't do It, tho route taken to get
around will be a valuablo addition to
the archives of Honolulu public spirit.
Ilcosevelt has been mentioned ns
tho proper person to settle the illfll
cultles of tho Morocco conference, To
an unprejudiced observer, China nnd
Venezuela, to say nothing of the Phil
ippines, oner (Hough pemymnklng
nrorosltlons to occupy one man's un
divided attention. Bom men, havo
ihe happy faculty of being' bettor-able
to smooth the troubled' of others than
tbclr own. It Is to ba hoped this vwill
not prove true in. tho 'case of the j lilt
ed States and Its President. ;
FOR DOLE'S HNS
Thi- only i-nscs wlih-h Judge Dole's
Jtlry. which wng i ailed for thf special
IVurunr) erm. will have to try. will
Ih tlio.'i- of the murines on the trnnr
port Sheriivm. who aru charged with
passing -oiintci felt paper money Theio
nro two Indictments against the men.
whose names nre Rooney, Mooro
und Duff Kooney this morning sur
prised every one, Including Attorney i
Crook, who had been assigned by the
tottrt to defend him, liy entering a
plea of guilty. The two others pleaded
not guilty. V. T. Rawlins lias been
Msslgr.ed to defend Moore and Leon
Strauss to defend Duffy. The trial was
ct for March 22.
As there would bo no work for the
lury to do before this case came up the
Jurors were excused until March 22.
TIiosh who llcil outside tho city were
The Plea of Joso Ilevata. charged
with adultery, was continued until to
morrow at tho request of Judge Kings
bury who was assigned to defend him.
JAPANESE (NOT TO
J II. Castle stated this morning that
he had heard nothing ot any trouble
between the Molokans and tho Japa
nese at Kapan, Kauai. If there had
been any serious trouble he would cer
tnlnly expect to hear about It Hi)
knew tho Japanese, objected strenuous
ly to giving up their quarters to tho
Molokans. but had heard nothing uf
Tho steamer V O. Hall was said
to have reported that there had been
a row between the Molokans and thn
Japanese- and that tho former had
brought out shotguns and had driven
tho Jnpaneso away Purser McN'nma
rn stated to a Bulletin reported that
ho knew nothing of any trouble.
"I do not hellcvn thcro is any truth
In tho story." said Mr. Castle. "I think
It Is all nonsense "
Mnhl Is a Ilawalan who likes to tnk
advantage of a bargain. It was this
habit of economy that caused lilm to
come before tho police court this morn
Ing on n charge of being drunk, result
ing in n flue of $3 and costs. Malil did
not Intend to get drunk, fur be had
been warned by the court that It was
beginning to be too frequent a maltet
with him, so he was going to ao!d It
Thus It was not his Intention to lm
blha when be entered a saloon the
other evening, hut a bargln in the mat
ter of throe drinks for 10 cenm was
offered him. Probably never again
would such a chance bo presented to
him, and It would not bo an enter
prising man who could let such an
opportunity go, ho reasoned, so he
bought the three drinks. That was
about the last thing Mahl knew until
he came lo himself in n dreary cell of
tho Jail. He told Judgo Whitney how
It all happened, but tho latter was
unable to sympathize with him, and
mado his tine greater than It had ever
Leen In the past. Mahl will he care
ful about hunting bargain for wluc In
Str. Texan. Lyons, for llllo. 3 p. m.
An evening In Japan was the sub
ject of a very Interesting lecture given
by Miss lllount nt Puliation Friday
evening. Tho lecture Included liberal
Illustrations of tho evil of drink anil
hud quite ns much to do with temper
ance us with Japan.
Jnmes McSwanson, the Bulletin's so
licitor, leaves on tho Klnau for an ex
tended business trip on thu Ihlntid ol
Judge Lindsay has appointed Itlch
ard II. Trent ns administrator of tho
estate of Hannah Fisher, deceased.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights. .
Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma St 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor. Young and. Aloha Lane..., 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Walklkl Beach 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnau- Street 27 501
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
-OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8
WILL PUT UP
Snlto. n Japaneso emigration agent,
this morning appeared before Jttdgo
Do Bolt on a chnrge of unlawfully en
gaging In tho business or an emigrant
agent at Lnhalna on lkbrtiary 14,
without first obtaining n license ns Is
required by law. Ho was nrrested on
a warrant Issued by Judge De Bolt
last Saturday, and sworn to by ono
Tnkalmshl As tho nllegcd transgres
sions of Snlto nro supposed to have
taken placo at Lahalna the warrant
was Issued from tho Circuit Court In
stead of tho District Court, which,
under theso circumstances, would
have no Jurisdiction. Tho prosecution
was conducted by Frank 12. Thomp
son, as speclnl counsel, under the di
rection of County Attorney Doitthltt.
Judgo Gear appeared for the defend
ant. At tho request of Judge Gear
tho matter was continued ttntll next
Wednesday, tho defendant's ball he
lm: fixed In the sum of 1500.
Tl.ls case Is tho first ono of Its
kind, which has come up In the upper
court, and It Is understood thnt tne de
fense Intends to put tip a strong and
Interesting fight, 'vresumably attack
ing tho legality of tho statute. It
seems plain thnt the plantntlon Inter
ests are back of tho prosecution and
that Frank Thompson's appearance as
special counsel for tho prosecution
can be explained thereby. Another
vessel which Is to take away Japaneso
emigrants will probably arrive In tho
near future and it seems piam mai
the planters want to put the klboBh en
tho scheme to take awny their labor.
While there Is a Japaneso ngent hero
w 1th n license which empowers him to
Induce peoplo to emigrate. thM man
hv himself would not be able lo do a
very great amount of business. Tha
.... I. P. I tlio ... tiv ... ,...- ... ..... .....
.Inn annn.a tn l.n t1 nUT ni!A1- Illfl rilll.
res, which tho emigration ii.isinoss
to ho successful must employ tT send
to tho various plantations, and the i
rrosecutlon of Salto may have tin er-
feet to dlscourago other attempU lnlLot
his lino. I Lot
The County authorities have found I
that n regular combination of Japanese
n.m.ifa n rn .. ar-nnt-lntr tlm f-MlllltrV
to secure passengers for the next eml -
grant boat. All possible steps will be
taken to break up this business nnd
It is probable mat. moro arrests win
A game of baseball was played on
Sunday afternoon nt 2 o'clock at Aata
Park Tho Chlncso Athletic Club was
defeated by thu Japanoso Athletic
Club, Tho Japanese lined up as fol
lows: Knncau, c: M. Sucnaga p,; J.
Morishlgc, lb.; C. Swakltn, 21).: S.
itoshlno, ss.; It. Joe, 3b.; I.. Mlku,
If.; Smaycsaka, cf.; M. Noda, rf.
Score by Innings:
12 3 13 0 7 8 9
C. A. C. .-. 1 0 0 10 0 0 2 04
I. A. C 0 0 10 0 2 0 2 '5
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
Our Semi-Annual Sale
Thursday March 1st.
AT 8 A. M.
The last six months have' been un.
usually busy ones In our Cotton Goods
Department, which has resulted In our
having an Immense quantity of desir
able short lengths on hand. If you
cannot attend the first day, come the
next, there will be many left to choose
from. As usual, they are marked at
the low prices which have made our
Remnant 8ates famous.
Ginghams, Lawns, Batiste, Calico,
Shirtings, Percales, Linens, Qalates,
Organdies, India Llnon, Victoria Lawn,
Grass Linen, Dimity, Nainsook, Linen
Lawn, Denims, Crettonnec, Madras,
Sllkollne, Burlap, Curtain Swiss,
Sheeting, Pillow Casing, Muslins, Cam
brlct, Table Linen, Toweling, Oil
Cloth, Linings and 'many other ma
A Great Purchase of Men's Wo
men's and Children's Hosiery
at about 40 Per Cent off Ordin
The opportunity Came our way and we. devide
the Benefits with you
1st. a big four days sale of the Largest,
Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of
Hosiery that was ever shown in Honolulu
When we say the sale will last only four days we mean It Every pair
should be sold In one, day at the prices we are offering, but should there be
any left overs at the end of the fourth day, we will place them In stock at
their ordinary values and turn our attention to something else.
Read this list of prices and come to Atakea street and Inspect the var
ious lines all laid out on the tables, marked and classified In their various
100 dozen Women's plain Cotton Hose, 4 pairs ....
90 dozen Women's plain Cotton Hose, 3 pairs
85 dozen Women's Fine Seamless Hose, 2 pairs ....
65 dozen Women's Black Lace Hose, 2 pairs
75 dozen Women's Fine Lace Hose, 2 pairs
60 dozen Women's Full Fashioned Hose, per pair .,
40 dozen Women's Tan Lace Lisle Hose, per pair
60 dozen Women's Black Lace
50 dozen Women's Fine Quality
Lot 10 40 dozen Women's Fine 3-Thread Lisle Hose, 3 pairs SI. 00
11 - 0' "
30 dozen Women's Extra Large Sizes, full Finished, 3 pairs SI. 00
SO dozen Women's Fine Quality full length Lace Lisle Hose,
P" Plr -106
40 dozen Women's Superior Fine Black Hose, per pair . ..--106
36 dozen Women's Lace Ankle Lisle Hose, per pair 106
36 dozen Women's Extra Fine Lace Lisle Hose, per pair'.... 506
SO dozen Children's Black Ribbed Hose, sizes 6 1-2 to 9 1-2
2 pairs 256
50 dozen Boys' Heavy 4-1 Ribbed Hose, all sizes, 3 pairs.... 506
50 dozen Misses 3-Thread Lisle Hose, 6 1-2 to 9 1-2, per pair.. 206
36 dozen Misses "Polka. DofLltle Hose, 6-1-2 to 9 1-2, per pr 206
40 dozen Misses Fine 1-1 Ribbed Hose, all sizes, per pair ....256
45 dozen Misses Lace Ribbed Cottcn Hose, all sizes, per pair.. 25
38 dozen Misses Lace Ankle Lisle Hose, all sizes, per pair ....256
36 dozen Misses Fine Quality Black Cotton Hose, per pair. ,256
SO dozen Child's -Mercerized Lace Lisle Sox, per pair 256
Lot 25 150 dozen Men's Black or Tan
Lot 26 90 dozen Men's Black or Tan
40 dozen Men's Black .Cotton Half Hose, Fancy embroidered 206
40 dozen Men's Plain Black Full Finished Half Hot 206
30 dozen Men's Black Half Hose Embroidered Effects 256
20 dozen Men's Brown Balbrtggan Fine Quality 256
38 dozen Men's Black or Tan Lace Hal Hose 256
20 dozen Men's Polka Dot Fine Quality Half Hos 256
30 dozen Men's Black Cotton Half Hose, Embroidered
3 pairs S1.00
45 dozen Men's Natural and Black Cashmere Half Hose 106
76 dozen Men's Superior uallty Fancy Lisle Half Hase ....506
Sale Begins Thursday March 1st.
L. B. KERR& Co., Ltd.
FKLMY In llolp, romcranln, on Tcf.
23, LuIho Kelmy, aged 72 years,
mother of l'nstor V. Kclmy.
roPUUR COUPLE WED
Wnliuku. Maul, Feb. 2.1. Isubclla,
daughter of Mr. und Mrs, Antone Ilotbu
of Wnliuku will ho married to Mr.
A. J. Fernandez of Knhulul tomorrow
The ceremony will bo performed ut
tho Catholic church, after which a re
ception and big luau will b held nt f
the residence of tho bride's parents on
Market street, Wnliuku. A lurga num
ber of the relatives and friends of. the
contracting parties' have already ar
rived from Honolulu to he present nt '
the wedding which will be ono of tho
grandest events of the month.
The groom Is bead stcvedoio for the
Kahulul Hallroad Company nnd Is a
very popular young mun. Tho bride
which Mr Fernandez will lead to the
ultar line had a business training with
her father, who Is one of Wnliuku'
nldcbt nnd most successful merchants;
Clio too is very popular with the jouiu;
people of Wnliuku.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL SORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OP HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 63.
On Sundays tho Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, 'n, leaves- at 8:22 a. m.J
returntR;. arrive In Honolulu at 10:1C
on Thursday, March
Lisle Hose, per pair 20c
Black Hose, Hermsdorf Dye.. 256
Cotton Half Hose, 2 pairs ....256
Cotton Half Hose, 3 pairs ....506
UYAN At Knllhl. Oahu, Keb. 23, 160C.
to tho wife of P. F. Itynn, n
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 upas p
dally favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR
(Continued from Page 1.)
man, Jack Atkinson, declared that, un
less the plantations were more genet
ous in their offers of Inducements to
prospecthe Immigrants, the whole
business might be dropped, the Chair
and Commissioner J. P. Cooke were
appointed a committee to consult 'with
representative planters with a view to
coming to some understanding.
Mr. Atkinson stated this morning
that he had not yet seen any ot the
sugar men In this matter. Atkinson
and Portuguese' Consul General A. do
Souza Canavarro met casually this
morning nnd may have talked Immi
gration. A sugar man. In the courso of dis
cussing the attitude of the Acting Gov
ernor nnd Chairman of the Immigra
tion Hoard, had, In effect, tho follow
ing to say:
"It Is all very well for Artlng Gov
ernor Atlilnson to say, off-hand, thn',
the plantattolis can offer each Portu
guese Immigrant family one or two
aires of land In fee simple; it Is all
ery well for him to talk about tho
plantations not being nblc to bluff him,
and nil that, but tho plantations nro not
bluffing and, If Atkinson will study the
matter more carefully, ha will see thul
they nre slnccra.
"The plantalluns stand ready to da
nil In their power to Induce good Kuro
pean labor to come to Hawaii, but U
it.nmls to reason that a plantation Is
not going to gle Itself nway In tin
"According to Atkinson's talk, n
plantation might as well turn it Itscll
entirely over to the Immigrants nnd
then work for them Into the bargain.
A man may give away nil be has; li
Is able to do so. If he Is fool enough
to dc It. In that senso wo aro able to
lo whnt Atkinson demands.
"Taue ona plantntlon, for example. I
lo be given each man working on thf
plantation there would be little or ortunlty ', purehe the set on pay
notblug left to the Plantation tself , J,onP month
beyond the land on which the mill and ... , .. . .. .
pumps stand. I " yu x ia " , ii-'Xo.
"Mind you. It Is presumed that the e Jesus of Nazareth a he walked antt
Immigrant will raise cane on tho aero ,,a"ed '" p;l"tl"e ou 4havo, but to
or two wo give him and sell cane to follow TI,,ot ,n h, BrMt work
the mill, but there Is absolutely noth-, Sample copies In their different
Ing to compel him to do so. He has yle bindings may be seen at tha
n perfect right to Uiko the land we
given him and raise pineapples, or
rul8e nothing, as ho sees fit.
"Many plantations positively havo
no lanJs to give In fee simple. They1
nre willing to do thu next best thing, LIMITED.
"WdTu,. dovernment g,ve.C" '"" Fart ."fT T
land to these Immigrants? Tho sugar ' Entrance on Hotel street.
men aro perfectly willing to pay for)
the transportation of tho labor from XV. W. Ilruner has filed a suit In as
Europe. Tliey huvo put up tho money, sumpslt against Wong Kwul and 11.
Why doesn't tho Government give tho II. Macfarlnnu on n liromlsnoryl noto
land? for J333.C9 executed by Wong Ktral
"If. as Atkinson says, tho plantations and endorsed by Marfarlane. It Is al
must give each immigrant family an leged that only $85 bus been paid 00
ncre, or two acre, or havo the schema the note,
fall through, then, suy I, let It fall - -
through! I Shlnklchl Maklno, n Japaneso who
"What Is tho Government going to vras sentenced to Imprisonment sumo
do about It? It Is tip to the Govern- tlmo ago for conspiracy to commit
ment. The plantations have dona their fornication, today secured his releasa
shar." by taking tho poor man's oath.
HOLLY CHICK FEED
This Is a complete food for young chicks. It Is a mixture of eleven
different grains and seeds, beef scraps, grit, shell and charcoal, so propor
tioned that they meet the needs of the growing chicks and fully nourish
By the terms "fully nourish" Is meant a great deal. Chick foods as a
rule, contain too large a proportion of fat-forming elements and not enough
for bone and muscle, and In consequence the chick develops Indigestion
and diarrhoea, which ultimately means no digestion at all. It must soon
starve to death. Or, If partially nourished, leg-weakness develops and the
chick drags out a miserable existence for a period of greater or less length.
HOLLY CHICK FEED Is a complete and properly balanced ration,
ready for use, and when you feed It to your chicks you are relieved of all
concern. It Is nroperly balanced because, In compounding It, the protein,
or flesh-and-musele-formlng element, Is maintained high, the carbohydrate,
or fat-forming element, Is reduced to Its proper proportions and the ash or
mineral element is In sufficient amount to supply the needs of tho rapidly
If chicks are to be developed Into breeders (10 other food Is required
for the first eight weeks.
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III at any time, and the value
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let us attend to this Important
Imatter for you at once. Delays
are dangerous. We are agent
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