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C. O. UOCKITS, Duslncss Manager ot
ie Bulletin Publishing Company. Lim
ned, being flst duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
(s a true nnd correct statemont of clr
culatlon for the week ending March
16, A. D. 1906, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening Ilulletln;
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Mar. 10 2410
Map' 12 .2176
Mar, 13 222t'l
14 2154 1
Mjr. 15 2165 lecuun nun lie is swinging me uig
.... 1S jir.i'HIck' of the administration with a
Average Dally Circulation 2216; merciless hand and those whoso heads
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. . bae been cracked nte preparing to gUc
Tuesday, Mar. 13, 1906 2360 J'm S; "".fT1.",-
Number of Weeklies delivered on t 'U give ," readers an
the Island of Hawaii alon 1054 inkling f why Hnwall's claims for the
COMBINID guaranteed average attention of Congress might not re
circulation." 457G!"Ue I''dy action. A trcmcndoui
ntTi i vtim mini iRinvn rn irr. Play among tho groat political and
By C. O. BOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 17th
March. A. D. 1906.
P. li. uu UN t; i it
Notary Public, Honolulu. County of
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When a Grand Jury Is packed tho
most natural question Is. Why?
Poepoc doesn't wnnt an office, but
he hasn't said what be would do if
Any Territory that gets Statehood
at this session of Congress "will have
worked hard enough to deserve it.
It is extraordinary for men to preach
that the Home Hulers don't exist when
they have cast n very good sized vote
tit each election.
County Fathers can hardly take the
position that the garbage crematory
was put up for no other good purpose
than to give some contractor a job.
It is known now that bonds can be
obtained In tho open market, unit pre
sumably the name of the company In
suing will not effect tho magistrate's
term of office.
Mrs. Huntington's release from mar
riage vows again demonstrates thai
wealth does not guarauteo happiness,
sinless It be In tho pleasures that can
be figured out ot tho alimony.
It Is well for Hawaii to learn how far
tho Supreme Court Justices can go In
framing laws. The fact that it baa
long been dono hag not Increased tho
contldemo of somo citizens as to tho
wisdom of their toml-leglslatlve handi
work. Secretary Ilonaparte's request for
J23.auo.000 for the navy Immediately
elves rise to tho oucry as to how much
he really needs. Congress has become
en accustomed lo cutting down that of'
ftelal estimates are usually made with
i. view to striking an average
Unless the Ilusslan radicals aro bet
ter arcanlzed than during their mosr
lecent struggle the government to bo
framed at tho assembly In Miunnti win
be decidedly provlaloual. Tho dis
tressed londltlon of the government
after the wnr with Japan gave revolu-1
tlontsu tho best opportunity po:,. :'!'
Falling then, Russia must hao giuwu ,
steadily worse for them to liavo uuy
lirospect of success now.
ROOSEVEiVrS LITTLE WAR
When a man U looking for st avn
life he usually gets IL This has btcn
the case with tho President d'. .. tau
greater part of his career hut never
more than at tho present time, lie
spondlng to the popular demand the
President has set out to do things at
this session of Congress, and principal
ly to regulato the railroads.
The battle is not finished, It is now
passing through its moat heated per
iods. Tho President has been bowled
uver In his Philippine policy and the
Statehood measure stands a chance of
becoming lost between tho two house.).
It will at least bo considerably mutilat
ed when it reaches the President for
How bitter tho strugglo has become
Is told with good effect in recent cor
lespondence to the San Francisco Call,
"Higher and higher each day for
, mora than six weeks have arisen the
waves ot revolt against the alleged pre
tensions of the President to dlctalo
rather than to recommend to Congress.
The storm Is raging at both ends of the
Capitol. The great dome resounds with
Republican denunciation of the Presi
dent The Whlto House offices echo
with outpourings of an imperious ex
ecutive against Senators and Repre
sentatives who thwart his will. Out
of such a condition only one thing was
to be expected, and that has been about
realized. The administration Is defied
Iter of making treaties, appointing per
nous to oillce and digging the I'aiiama
"The visit of tho Missouri delegation
to tho President the other day wag a
rate In point, Illustrating tho method
(jPliiK cinulojcd to get legislation. The
nine Republican members from that
Stale railed at tho White House with
leferenee to patronage. Tho President
told them that before ho talked to them
about patronago ho would llko to dis
cuss Statehood and other udmliAslru
tlon mcnsittcs about which tho Mlssou-
rlans were reported to ho somewhat
"Then n storm Lroko loose. Th
members front Missouri refused to be
coerced nnd said they would oto In
the House according to their convic
loins, ecrt If the i'resldcnl did not
mako a single appointment for thcin.
"Similar tactics tfcro pursued with
reference to the Philippine bill. The
men who oppotcd tho plan of the Pres
ident and tho Secretary of War for free
trado nllU the Philippines In every
thing hut sugar and tobacco, and free
trade In these products after 1909. were
Wgorously described and contemptuous
lcmarks passed upon them by admin
titration spokesmen. It was tho appli
cation of tho 'big stick' policy,
"The men attacked by tho President
anil the President's spokesmen with
such wgorous candor have replied Hi
kind. Ultterncss has been Injected In-
the various controversies. Hcu
Lncio joo cannon iius-caugm mo in-
social forces Is going on, nnd as a mat
ter of fact our very Important nffaln
make up a very small detail of nallouul
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u ' wormy or note tor tne euuica-
mum ui iii, iuiui nuinvio lit iiiv otniiiv
of government, that the President In
a.l his efforts has a clearly defined pot
Icy nnd he approaches his task In s
consistently straightforward manner
'Roosevelt Is not a compromise man
and goes ahead. He Is never found
playing fast and loose with friend or
enemy. The people and their represen
tatives In Congress know whero to
find him. His action nt all times is
foursquare with his declared purposi
It Is dlmcult to predict tho outcome. It
Congress tho peoplo nro with the Pres
ident hut In any event tho contestants
will know that they havo been In a
fight with an honest man as opposed to
truckling "diplomacy" of easy and
Juror Excused Because
He Was Peters
It Is practically beyond doubt that
the actual trial ot tho Johnson murder
enso will begin on next Mondny, or on
Tuesday at tho very latest. Tho pros
ecution has now only ono moro per
emptory challenge left, nnd It may not
use It, as both Attorney Ocnarals Pe
ters and Prosser this noon expressed
their most absoluto satisfaction with
tho Jury as It now stands.
"II Is tho best Jury wo havo had In
a murder trial for years," said Peters,
and Prosser agreed with him cmphatl
cnliy The defense has threo dial
Icngcs left, however, so there may still
bo quite a material change In tho mako
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tip of the Jury.
Out of tho special venire fpr twenty
flvo Jurors Issued yesterday Deputy
Sheriff Knlaklela this morning return
ed the following cloven ns served.
Chntlcs V. Uooth, ltclnrlck Oumpfcr,
J. W. Mngulrc, Jno. II. Mnrkhatn, John
Nelll. Charles II. riielrfer, David Not
Icy. O. C. Swain, Dcrtram von Da mm.
Julian D. Harries and A. II. Doak. Of
the"e tho court excused Markham,
Doak nnd Nclll,
1 C. W. Uooth was the first Juror cnll
cd. Ho was passed by tho prosecution,
but challenged for cause by tho de
fense, tho prosecution Joining In tho
challenge, nnd excused.
John W. Mngulrc was called in
Ilooth's place. Ho was challenged by
tho prosecution on the ground tout ho
was opposed to tho Infliction of capital
punishment, nnd was excused, tho de
fense Joining In tho challenge.
David Notlcy was passed for causo
by both sides, and the court aunnunc
en n recess of ten minutes. Only about
two minutes hnd elapsed, however,
when tho jurors were summoned Into
the box again. Attorney Ocnernl Pe
ters, who had been before tho Supremo
Court while Prosser appeared for tin
Territory In tho Johnson case, nppear
cd before tho court and snld that ho
desired to mako a statement.
Proescr had, he said, come to him
and naked him If tho Jury was satis
factory' as It stood. Peters had thought.
so until ho saw thatDavid Notley hadjtd and tho crowd, quick to appreciate
been pnssed for cause. Doth Peters good acting, was always ready with
nnd Deputy Attorney Clenernl Fleming ! heartfelt applause.
were attorneys for Notlcy. Ho had Richard Uuhler as the Union officer
been out of employment for some whoso heart is lost to a beauty of the
time and both had given him financial 'South, Is In every detail tho artist with
assistance. Ho wanted to bring this tho magic touch that reaches tho fool
matter before the attention ot the court , lugs. Itrcnda Fowler, as tho girl bo
ns these facts might tend to Influence I
Harrison stated that ho thought that
under theso circumstances Notlcy was
Judge Robinson asked him If ho
thought so alter tho decision of tho
Supreme Court whereby a Justice had
been found to be qualified to hear a
enso In which ho had himself boon
Harrison snld that ho still thought
to, and called attention to tho statut
whcieby Circuit Court Judges weru
disqualified 'under similar circum
Notlcy stated that ho would rathor
bo excused from sitting as a juror and
At this point tho court took occasion
to hand a neat bouquet to Attorney
General J'cters. who had. however, un
fortunately, already left tho court
"Tho thanks of tho court Is duo to
Attorney Ocnernl Peters for his ac
tion," said tho Judge. "Ho deserves
the respect of tho court and the commu
nity for coming forth with tho matter
In tho manly matter in which ho did,"
Prosser called attention to the fact
that In passing Not ley for cause ho
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had not been awuro that tho relation I "eLc- .. . .
of client and attorney existed between I 0 larcnce ' m ta hj pir-
him and Peters. I "'"' '' "'''.n'V'"
O. C. Swain was called In Not ey's ucneflt a success and ho deserves great
P'? ?dJ-. ?-"-''- c-se by,IL
uuin iiio prosecution
used Its seventh against
Julian D, Harris was called
placo and passed for cause.
Tho defense used Its eighth peremp
tory challenge on William Iluckle, who
was excused. Helnrlch Gumpfcr was
called. Ho said that although ho had
been In tho country for twenty-four
years ho wnB not very well posted In
tho English language, as he was a na
tive of Germany. He was thcrcforo
excused by tho court.
C. II. Pfelffer was called next. Ho
had ns a deputy sheriff at one time had
nmo experience with Insano persons,
whom he had had In his custody, but
he did not for that reason consider
himself an expert on Insanity. Ho was
past cd for cuuso.
Tho prosecution waived its fifth
challcngo nnd Jas. Haughtop was ex
cused on the dofeuso's ninth challenge.
As the panel was exhausted, Judgo
Hoblnson announced that ho would at
p. in. issuo a Hiicclal venire, tho
fourth In tho case, which would ha
mado returnable for next Monday
morning, when tho caso will bo re
sumed. As tho defenso has only threo
uml the nrnspontlnn nnn nprpninrnrv
challenge left, there Is every prohabll
Monday, Tuesday and
MAR 28, 27 AND 28.
Our Milliner has Just returned from
the Coast with the very latest cre
ations In Spring Millinery.
These are now being un
packed, marked, etc.,
and will be shown
for the first
time on the above
days. Do not think of
buying your Easter hat
until you have seen our display,
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FOR YACHT CLUB BENEFIT
If tho Hawaii Yacht Club gets all
that It deserves the benefit scries of
performances by tho Duhlcr Company
of players at tho Opera Houbo will wind
Ui with a tfcord ot splendid succoss.
Tho first of tho four performanco oc
curred last evening and tho Honolulu
folk's, visitors, tourists and largo num
ber ot men from the battleship Oregon
who attended, went away highly
pleased with what they had seen and
'Held by tho Enemy" was tho -pjny
presented by tho accomplished Dun-
Icrs. It Is a play that has Inspired thou
sands throughout the States and 11 cer
tainly Inspired local theatergoers nt
the Opera House last evening. It Is a
story of oe and war aud bravery nnd
sacrifice and, ns played by the Uuhler
people, stirs the emotions to a groat
depth. Qrcat enthuslsm was manifest-
loves. Is winsome, strong, artistic
Aucrbach. and Juliette Chandler, also
playing lovers with opposing sympa
thlcs as tar as tho war Is concerned,
'furnished a fund of delight for which
they deserve great credit import Drum
as tho rebel spy, docs star work In a
particularly exciting scene. To run
tnrough the entire list ot good players
Iwould bo to repeat what etcrybody hns
by this tlmo come to know. You can
see this play tomorrow ecnlng and bo
convinced of Its excellence both In plot
nnd playing. Tho scenery is especially
good and the costumes perfect, so that
tho whole picture Is thoroughly satis
fying. Uetwecn the acts Ernett Kahl and his
pupils furnished music from stringed
Instruments, music Infinitely swccL
The audience went wlldl with delight,
shouting encores nnd giving Kanl a
The Hawaii Yachl
The Hawaii Yacht Club charmed the
people with a most dainty feature in l
tne form of young ladles wearing yacht
ing coMumes, to act as ushers.
"Thelma" will be presented at tho
Opera House tonight
matlnco tomorfrow. This
to -draw big crowds. It has proved
one of tho most popular ever presented
admire good plays and entrancing
music will crowd the Opera House to
night, tomorrow nfternoon and tomor
CREAKING INTO SCHOOL
' Or a "Mystified Mother's" story of
her attempts to gain education In Ho
nolulu schools for herahlldren. Every
parent should read this statement that
TWO-ROOM SCHOOL HOUSE AT 13
MILES, OLAA, PUNA, HAWAII.
Proposals will bo received at tho of.
flco of the Superintendent of Public
works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12 o clock
m. of April 9th. 1901, for constructing
n Two Hoom School House at 12 Miles,
Olaa, Puna. Hawaii, T. II.
Specifications, plans and blank pro
posal forms may be obtained at tho
officii of tho lAsst. Sunt, ot Public
J Works. Honolulu, or of A. G, Curtis,
scnooi Agent, puna, nawau, rar which
a deposit of $5.00 Is required, which
sum will ho refunded Intending bid
ders after they havo returned tho
plans and specifications,
Proposals will not bo accepted un
less submitted on the blank forms
furnished, enclosed with a certified
bank check for One Hundred ($100.00)
Dollars In a sealed envelope, endorsed
"Proposal for Two Room School-house
at 12 Miles, Olan," and delivered pre
vious lo 12 o'clock m, of tho day speci
fied at (he ofllre of tho Superintendent
of Public Works, who reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids,
C. S. HOM.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, T. II., March 23rd, 1900.
APPOINTMENT OF DI8TRICT FIRE
Net ee Is hereby given that tho fol
lowing named gentlemen havo been ap
pointed FIro Wardens; under tho pro
visions of Act 71 of tho Session Laws
of 1.05, as follows:
DISTRICT KIIIC WARDENS,
Mr. Ilugo.Hanehcrg, lu and for tho
District of HlTiahulu, Island ot Maul.
Mr. Fred. Meyer, In and for that por
tion of tho District of Walanao, Island
ot Oahu, lying to the west of tho sum
mlt ridge of tho Walanao Hills.
Mr. II. J. nhodos. In and for that
portion ot Palolo Valloy, District ol
Konn, Island of Oahu, lying mauka of
tho Walalae Il6ad.
DEPUTY FIRE WARDEN.
Mr David Haughs, Deputy Fire
Warden at Largo for tho Territory of
C. S. H01.I.OWAY.
Secretary and Executive Officer
Doard of Agriculture1 and For
Honolulu, March 23, 1906.
unu mo iieicnse. r' ""r.'r .'".-' T". "'"" "."'" the said 2Sth dav of .March 1903. unit
waived its fourth "neni o. me incut iiuu was a greni .h .., ,, " f .-,,, 1Mi' ,.,, ,,,,,
and the defense H"Pirniion. Tnosc who have the, m-i:" ,h; ;'., ",!,',, rm,.
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SUPREME COURT DENIES
(Continued from Page 1.)
continued In said Act 59 ot the Session
Laws of 1905.
That at the tlmo said bill was sub
mitted to said Judges by said Judiciary
and again nt e Committee the Supreme Court consist-
Ms i tdaV boundlcd of lhrco . """"ely. the Hon,
if1 K. -2,i Orablo Walter Frances Krenr. Chief
Justice, und the Honorable Alfred 8,
iiariwc.li anu nonorauie Annur a.
Wilder Associate Justices
Th hrcoc n'bove nanl0(1
have ever since nnd now do constitute
. auDrelna Court of iinwall' thai
formed and believes, and on such In
formation nnd belief comes and says
"has been carefully considered" by the
said members ot tho Supreme Ik-uch
and has met with their approval.
That the Judiciary Committee of said
House ot Iteprisontatlvcs.dld on March
Slst by a report in writing submit the
said Act to the House of Iteprcsenta-
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was "necessity for prompt action in
iho pussago of this law which we find)
has been carefully considered by mem-
bers of tho Supreme Uench nnd has meti
with their approval," that on said Entered for Record Mar. 22, 1906,
March 31st, 1905, 8tild report was adopt-1 From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
cd by said Houso pf lleprcscntatlvcs, Mary K Tlbbelts to Trs of Est of
and said bill was finally passed as reu-. n p Illshop D
ommended In said report. I.ulrn Paaluhl nnd hsb to Hawaii Pa-
That by the terms of Section 84 ot th nlnlil (w) ct nl D
Organic Act, tho present members o( First Dank of IIllo Ltd to Otto Ilcln
tho Supreme Court, having gien pre-i hardt ct al Del'
ilous Judgment ns to tho validity ot
biii aci ov ai me session i-iws oi yjvj
linfnrn llm anlil At r.O un. HmilW
....u.v ...u .... ..v. ww ,.. .,,..,j
passed by tho Legislature, are dlsqunl-r
Ifled from sitting as Judges In the case
of your ulllant.
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lo Ltd .....CM
Katcy Andrado and hsb lo SIu Scc.D
William Norton to ll wnternouso ir
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Joao Iloitentes and wf to Mutl Dldg
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