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RVHNINO nOIXKTIN. HONOMIUt, T. II., WKDNIftDAY, OCT. 10, 1906.
Published Kvcry Day Kxrcpt Sunday,
Pt 120 King Street. Ilntiululu, I
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Territory ot Hawaii, )
Country of Oaltu. )
C. O. HOCKUS. Ilusliies Munagcr
o: the DU1.LKTIN PUlll-IUIIINO COM"
PANY, MUITKD, being first duly
morn, on oath depoaeu nnd sajs:
That the following la a truo and cop
icct statement of circulation for the
week ending Oct 5. V.m. of the Dal
ly and weehl editions ot t ho Even
ClrcuUtlon of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Sept. 29 2618
Monday, Oct. 1 2452
Average dally circulation 2439
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Bept. 25, 1906 2435
Number of weckllec delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone.. ..1094
combined nuaranttetf average
circulation . I024
MIM.EIN PUHI.IHHI.W, CO., WD.
by T O. HOCKUS,
Gubicrlbei and sworn to be
fore me fhlb ".'h da of
IEUALJ October A. D. 1U0G.
P H BlKNHTTIJ,
Notarj Public. First Judicial Circuit.
.OCT. 10. 1U0C.
In making up ltt record of common
ilrunka released by thj County Shcrltt
the Advertiser ha3 forgotten onu I m -portant
actor in the role of drunks.
It would be good politics for Kuhlo,
In hl-i next tpecch. tu come out U.i re
ly i a I list Cuban annexation nnd
plcdt" himself cartcii rule or no mu
cus iiile, admlnliitrdtion policy or no
Rdmlnistration policy, to vote against
T.j work against It" would bo bet
ter, delegates to Congress do mil
linxi' tho opportunity hero suggcitod
1. 1 utlug early and often.
SUNDAY YACHT RACES.
The Bulletin will Ijo pleased to pub
lish i.ie views of yachtsmen and others
wlm have opinions on the subject ol
Huuday yacht racea which T. W. Ho
l.rorj has brought to the lront. It Io
- a proper topic for the members .of the
acht club particularly and It will by
all means be better lor that organlza
lion to establish a permanent policy,
to that every race suggested for Sun
day will not be the center of u pictur
esque exchange ol bouquets.
The Bulletin confesses to a lack ol
definite lntormatlou on what other
jacnt clubs of the country do in regard
to Sunday yacht races. We douht,f
however, that any or all of the large!
clubs ot the country .are on all funis
with the yacht club and jaclit. cundl
lions ot this city.
It Is very dllUcult for the untutored
Bind to distinguish between tho yacht
cruise on Sunday and n yacht race.
' Particular) here In Hawaii where, so
(ar as the attendance is concerned,
tho ynqbt cruise usually n tracts more
"Interest and draws a bigger crowd
than tho race.
Wo doubt very much If any peiton
keeps out of tho yacht eluli becauto
of Sunday racing but would build a
jacht and become an active member
If the Sunday events wore confined to
Observation u( several years gous
far io es'abllsh Hie conviction thai the
Hawaii Yacht Club needs, mow tnau
anything else, n hearty Cluli-splilt
that will forget petty technicalities
for the sake of .good Hport. raoio Club
'enthusiasm and less factionalism.
It Is growing be ler every year but
the rock on whlih I lie jacht club has
most frequently strunded Is tho anx
iety of one or two men to have their
way, and, If they can't, to forget tho
Interests of yachting in general and
the club In particular, and refute to
Yachting In this Territory nan had
u varied and struggling existence. Tho
jachtsmen have dune great things
nnd will do more. Tito remedy for
past difficulties Is not so much In solv
ing the racing question for or against
Sunday. What tho yacht club needs
Is; for the members to get together
nnd work together, tho minority ac
cepting tho tesiilt of majority Judg
ment with good craco lustead of cur
rying differences forward fiom ono
reason to another.
FOLLOW BALDWIN'S EXAMPLE.
Kono will gainsay that the Hon, H.
P. Ualdwln ha3 moro political Influence
with tho llnwilian-Amcrlcnns of this
Ten 'ory than tiny other man If "for
eign parentage, nmong the leaders or
tho follower. ,
How has ho gained this power?
Mr. Ualdwln has always kept hl3
word with the Hawullana. Mr. Oald-
win linn preached straight ticket to
his associates nnd he lias practiced
what ho preached. He has made good.
Mt Ualdwln has stood by the ticket
Knowing that the polities of American
honor nnd American manhood scorn
itio Idea of being a straight-part vo-
ler one year and a split ticket voter
the next, when the change Is brought
about purely b) -itrojuillc.
Mr. Ualdwln Is un Maul -oday work
ing with tho political wotkers In order
(hat the Republican party shall carry
tho day. He has other business that
lioperly commands his attention else
where. What Is Ualdwln doliift?
He Ik stntidlng by the men who
ttood by him and he Itepttbllcnn p.ir
ty. He Is sacrificing his private bm.1
ncx and private convenience to pub
Wi lmvo verj simitar coudttlong In
t lie County of Oahu that exist In
Maul. We have Hawaiian-Americans
who linvo stood by the party honestly
and put aside their tietsonal nmbltioiiB
and pergonal Ideas that there might
by unity and the whole be carried to
Are the men who have urged these
people to vote straight now Kulug tu
i urn on them In order to s.itlsf) a per
sonal wlflm? Or will they atcept tho
splendid nnd very practical example
There Is only one answer for broad
minded, fair-dealing, fnr-seclng Amer
icans to make.
KUHIO AND PROTECTION.
There Is no doubt that the P.ullctln
led the way and voiced 'he sense of
the community on tho piosysal mado
for the people of Hawaii to turn from
the Heptibtlran party In uider to ox
press their opinion on tho Cuban ques
lion, or to piotest iignlint the policy
of the Itepubllcnn Administration.
Wo lake It for grnntrd that every
citizen of this Territory, whether Ite
publlcnn or Democrat, realizes that
our ptosperlty depends to a very largo
extent upon 'he policy of protection as
worked out by tho protective tariff.
Protection Is tho Republican corner
Mono nnd It Is tho ke stone of our
whole commercial structure.
Annexation of Cuba would violate u
principle of ptoctlon to far ns I In-
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Manager
A.V!. y,- HOCK urn 00 ROKl,
SJ'- i .XV-lVHI't,'I,l"l'M"'"
711 Prospect St $30.00
Cor. Hackfeld & Prospect 35.00
Kalmukl '. 16.00
Nujanu 8t 50.00
King St 35.00
Aloha Lane 18,00
Beretanla St 40.00
Beretanla St 35.00
Kaplolanl St 20.25
Lunalilo St 50.00
Young St 50.00
M) Watorhouse Trust Co.. LM
Corner Fort and MerchantSts.
A DAY OFF
Go down to HAUCIWA for a
day and you will derive more
benefit than can be calculated
In dollars. If you like the place
well enough to remain over
night, there will be no difficulty
-St; Clair Bidgood,
ajfcftl nmfw l M'tM (,t. ... .
wall and a very Urge portion of (ho
agriculturalists of the mainland nic
But Cuba In not annexed, nor has
the Republican Administration du
clarcd for annexation directly or In
directly, comvicrelnlly or politically.
In any case, the Territory of Hawaii
would get mighty little protection
from the Democratic p.irty, whoso
principal platform plank Is free Initio
-free trade not only with Cuba but
imth every qumir-produclng country of
Now, In all fairness, would not the
leading citizens of the Tcnl'oiy of
Hawaii be making political monkeys
of themselves by swinging away from
the party and the principle of piutec
lion because the misguided cltlzenr of
Cuba have stirred up a rumpus and
necessitated the Interference by Ihc
The s'atements made by the leadcis
of the nrlous ngenclcs quoted In this
Issue prove conclusively that our peo
ple will not lend themselves to any
uch error, although they have allow
ed themsclvei to IIMcn to the Demo
cratic candidate Tor Delegate to Con
gress. There lsaiiotlior phnto to this ques
tion 'that should nlio tome home
strongly to the business lcadeis of
They have been allied with the par
t of prolec'lon the Republican par
I slncf ntiuexntlon. They havo call
ed on the Hawaiian-Americans to
Hand by this party and to vote for
principle. Thnt the principle might
be upheld from first to last tho citl
rens who represent the larger portion
of the voting population have been
urged to vote tho Itepubllcnn ticket
idralght, to place principle nnd party
before men and Ihc smaller prejudices
The response of tho Hawallan-Amei-lean
has been prompt nnd thutotigh
ly In earnest.
Now Is It right. It It fair. Is II In any
way honorable for tho leading busi
nessmen or citizens In any walk of
life to turn with the case of a weather
vane, or of tho Advertiser, and glvo
llic lie to everything that lias gone
belorc play thu thinking or unthink
ing part of n Irnltoi?
We know tlia nmong the men who
r.rc fair-minded nnd stop to think there
I 1h bul.one answer to the question.
I If there were any other answer or If
j 5s election day nears there Is Indica
tion of another answer on tho part
1 of the men "on this sldo of Nuuanit
1 street" the political situation In Hit
i wall will he thrown Into n scries of
bitter battles In which tho so-called In
telligent citizen will not figure to ad
vantage beside thu members of the
common hrnl who nro Bt least honest,
and who alwavs have a vote.
Moving and Paying
Wrinkles and Old Age
Better call In at our of
fice and learn how to own
a splendid home for
Better Inquire and save
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SEE OUR WINDOW8
FOR THE PARTICULARS OF OUR
' Monday, the I5th"
As the Name Suggests, This Sate will
MONDAY, OCT. 15TH, AT 8 A. M.
GOOD GOODS IN VARIETY
WILL BE SOLD
AT THE LOW PRICES
that have made EHLERS' SALES
Good Goods )
C. A. Schmiedt Is Once
More On Tial In
The i. iso of tho Territory vs. C. A.
Schmlcdle, charged with embezzlement,
was lommcuccd this morning before
the court of Judge Lindsay. This Is
the second trial of the case ns In the
firm ttl.il, which was held about n year
ago, the jury disagreed.
The complaint state that .Schmlcdtc
was on .lunc 30, 1'JOa, manager of the
City I'cid ctoie nnd that ho embezzled
money paid lilm on the tit count uf W.
It. Castle by C. Ahiing, who Is In the
employ of Mr. Castle nnd Is one of the
moit ic-pci'tcd Chinamen In Honolulu.
The two lOiints on which Hehwlrdlo In
being pi'isccutcd at present arc fui
bills of 71.SC and fiO.VX
Ahiing was the only- wllniss put on
the stand uy ttiu pioso.-utltm this morn
ing and lm testlhed to the fact-of pay
ing the b lis and settled the fact of thu
date by means of u check for $(')
which W If. Castle had glcn him tu
cash nml pay numerous bills from, The
pi execution Is represented by Hoput)
Attorney General Plcnilng and the de
fense by i' W. Ashtord.
The following citizens nie on the
Jury: Walter Btarblrd, Chas. Speneei
T. W. Chase, Solomon D. Kokl. D. 0.
Jaeger. C M. I.ovestcd. J. W McDon
ald, V. O Ilarnhardt, W K Walnmnu
Manuel CoUa, S. W. ypentcr mid Henry
to MP I
01 OF WIN
It Is ns yet uncertain when the tug
hloctim will comn down titter the Shei
Idnu. Captain Humphrey has t-cnl a
message to San I-'rauelsio saying he
wants tho Slocum (.cut down, but he
has not jet specified the time that he
wants Her. as tho Hhcrldaii is not read)
to nuiko the voyage to the Coast. Cap
lain Humphrey slates that the tug
will count down whenever things aic
In reatllucss for her
Divers were at work yesterday mak
ing an examination of thu Sheild.ni'E
bottom. All hough they found imiH ot
the plates dented tint! Htrained, no holes
were found. What wnter tho Milp u
making Is coining In thioiigh thu
cracks between the platen, wlilch have
been forced npail by the pounding to
which the vessel wus subjected while
on tho rocKS.
Your grocer sells Pol nreukfast Pood
TO BE HIT FIND
Henry Vierrn this morning tiled, a
complaint In the Circuit Court asking
to bo appointed next friend to Caesar
Vlcrra thnt he might buo fur tho Ul-
ler In the ruse of transfers of teal es
tate which nro alleged to have been
nindn Impropeily, Tho suits will be
brought against Itosu ItodcrlgucH find
her husband, Jnc P. Itoderlgucs, and a
large number of other relatives,
The appointment Is asked of the
court on tho grounds that Caesar Vier
rn is lacking In business capacity nnd
also In mental capacity. There has no
nnsVtvr been filed ns yet.
ATTITUDE OF PANTERS
(Continued from Page 1)
J. II, S. Kulco. Tho Democrats center
their faith especially on M. A. Kllv.i.
as they llgure mi corrnllng practically
all tho 400 Porliigmmo votes In thu
Fourth, hut this, tho ltepiihllcnns
point out, Is hut n drop In the bucket,
albeit a large one. 1 The Democrats
also hope to elect H. K. Mnhoo C Wat
alua, as ho has the support of both
Homo Itulcr ami Democrats.
"Wo aro making our pilnclpal fight
lor tho Hherllfshlp," said tho Demo
crats, "nnd Iaiikca Is bound to win."
Tho DcmociatH aho figure on hav
ing laukea pull with him W. W. Tliuy.
or, who Is up ngalust Cuthcnrt for tho
County Atloruejshlp. Inukca will
mako It n point that to givo cfllelcut
service ns Sheriff, ho must lucvu n
County Attorney who Is with him. Ho
will impress nil tht;so voting for him
,'hnt for this rennin they must volo
for Thayer us well. Tho Bamo I truo
with regard Io W. P. Jarrctt, who Is
running for Deputy sheriff.
Tho HcpuhlUniis, of course, stand
put for Ilrown, Calhcart nnd Vlda, and
hut llttlo npprchcnslon Is felt In tholr
Tho Hepiibllcans feel especially sum
about tho election of Knlauokalaul for
County Clerk, whllo they nlso expect
In get Wutcrhouso In ns Treasurer.
Tho Democrats in o making tho fight
lor Manly O. K. Hopkins and Trent
against tnem-on ono point. They nro
going to mako a Btrong bid for tho
oto of thu laboring classes by rcpro
tenting thnt tho llcpuhllcan candi
dates favor the $1.'.!." a-day pay for thu
worklugmnn, while tho DcmocriitH gen
liiotisly want to raise it to $1.G0,
Tho fight between Dlckucll nnd
ChnrleH Itoso for tho Audltorshlp is
admittedly going to bo a hard ono.
Itoso has U) strung pull on account ol
Not lee, Is hereby given that nil ac
counts duo tho Pnellle Hnnlyrnro Co.
have been placed In tbo hands of Its
attorneys, Judd, Mott-S'mlth & Hem
enwny, for collection nnd are now pny
able nt their olllco In tho Judd build
PACIFIC HAUDWAHH CO., LTD.
II. P. UHNSON,
i.Ji.twvu, - .jtl ililaWilrf,.imtft,,,llM,ifc,,.afl....
Mr. 1. Drlen, Accountant rcildlng
Thu fatigues entailed by my duties as accountant began to weaken my
system about a year ngo. I felt that 1 would nut lung bo able, to withstand
tho suvcro strain upon my ucres, as, a thing unknown to mo before, 1
would long for olllco hours to bo over In order to rest.
"I gradually grew weaker and a tew months later myAtlght was lm'
paired. I then broke downtcomplctely and was obliged to take my bed. I
waa also suffering from palpitation of the heart.
"After a few weeks' treatment by a local physician, 1 wm In t lie same crit
ical condition andas tho doctor held out no great prospects fur me, 1 de
cided to experiment on myself.
"I took sovoral remedies advertised as tonics, but did not dcrWo any
"Peruna was then given a trial, and before I had taken It a week I felt
my condition Improving. After a few weeks more had elapsed, during
which time I followed the directions carefully, my shattered nervous
system became firmer, my sight stronger and I hoped to he out soon again.
"My expectation vtcro realized, fur In three week 1 assumed my duties
ns accountant at the olllco.
"Peruna certainly worked u onders on my system, and tor persons run
down from overwork, I believe It Is
Assistant War Correspondent Recom
Mr. II. n. Muioy, assistant War Cor
respondent during tho War In China,
csro'MUack and White," U?S Craig HI.,
Montreal, Canada, writes :
"When a man travels In extromcly hot
or cold climates, he realizes how valua
bio a friend ho has If ho carries a oottlc
"I know of no arttclo In my traveling
outfit which I havo learned to praise
"If you are suffering with the ex
tremo ,'ient, I'eruna restores you, or If
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottler Pe
runa Is for sale by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benton,
Smith & Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
Ms nfllllatton Willi thu Order of Kn
mehuiiichti mid the St. I.ciuIh ciillegu
Alumni, and the Democrats nlso llg
ure that he wilt pull n tremendous
volo in Koohui, where Ills family Ih
very well l.iionu, Dieknell, on thu
other hand, has many friends In Ho
nolulu, his rnml'; Is nlwi known Io
tho Ivoohiulteii, and, furtliermoie.Jiu
has his cm client record to point to."
In Car Accident
Senior Captain Hubert Wnlpa Par
ker of tho local pollco force had u
nnirow esrnpo about 1 o'clock this aft
ernoon from cither dentil or sc'Yero In
liiry Irom n Knpld Tiniislt tnr fin tho
l.llihn Kticct line. Ctipt. Parker hud
just driven out of tho lane opposite!
Vineyard street on which ho Iivch nnd
was on his way to Koolau In n buggy
with a team of hursca when tho cur,
coming down tho grade, struck ono
uf thu horses.
WitueKHCS who wero on tho Eceuo
at tho tlmo staio thnt tho gong wns
not being Hounded as tho car nppioach
ctl but the coiulite'or denies this nnd
tayb that tho motormaii was coiindlug
his gong nnd ulbti shouted to wuiu tho
driver. Ctipt, Pnrkor wus tlitown
Horn the buggy anil landed un his lelt
wrist, which wns sllglnly bruised,
Ono of tho horses wns killed find
the other Injured to that Captain Par
ker Bays It will never bo uny good
ugaln. Tho car was number II.
into the realms of Santa Claus by the
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., lias
resulted In their bringing to Honolulu
tho largest and most complete stock
of TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to tho Islamic. Tlicso goods
are now being opened up and tho gen
eral public Ic Invited to call and see
Wall, Nichols Go.,
FRESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL, MAIN 338,
at S3 Third street, Llmollnu, Qnoliec,
the mojf efficacious tonic"
you aro nfllleted with a cold, la grlppo
or bronchitis, Peruna restores you In a
"Or If you suffer with sleeplessness or
If your appetite. Is poor, ngtlln Peruna
acts as a good, truo friend and Is the
"I havo tried It for months nnd am
only too glad in ackuowledgo It as a
true, loyal standby In times of trouble.
I do not hesltstp to recommend It
For frco r.iedlcal advice, address Dr.
H. II. Ilnrlmaii, President of tho Hart-
mail Rniiltariutn, l.'olitmbus, Ohio.
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Peruna Is a Systemic Catarrh
Remedy, Especially Adapted
to Cases of Nervous Pros
' tratlon, Caused By Over
work, Mental Strain , (
Or, Extreme Sum
" mer Heat.
IN latitude vrhorowsrm weather l of
long continuance, tho Inhabitant
become moro or 1cm accustomed to II,
In Tcmpcrato Zones, however, whero
the, change, from winter to summer Is
great, tho syslem Is soniotlmes poorly
prepared to meet the exigencies of hot
weather. This Is the causo of much
Htomncli catarrh, Indigestion and dys
pepsia aro not among tho least of sum
When tho digestion 1 disturbed, I ho
axKlmllatlon Is nlso -1
affected, nnd ns a
rc'iilttbo body does
not ruoolvo tho
nourishment It should, l-iMltiule,
weakness, brain fag, liivs of flesh and
nervous prostration aro tho natural
What Is needed Is a remedy that will
restore thu dlgestlvo organs to their
Hucb p, remedy has ln-cn found In
I'cruim. It has proven Itself of price
less value In thousands of eases of this
lis action has heenasvmlngly miracu
lous In restoring some patients who had
given tip nil hope, of recovery.
Hut there Is nothing strange aliout
1'criina's nctlon. It simply tones up
tho mucous mem
branes of t he organs
them to their
normnl condition and leaving Nature,
to perform her duties unhindered,
Thnt person who has sound, healthy
mucous membrane lining the entire
digestive tract I well-guarded agnlnst
tho usual summer ailments.
Peruna I tho mea;i whereby Io at
tain this most deslraiilo condlllon.
If yousulTcr fromnny of the alxivo
mentioned symptoms, try a bottle ot.
One bottlo of this remedy Is sufllclrnt
to convince any ono of Its merit as a
safo and reliable remedy for all ca
We havo litany letter of gratltudn re
ceived from persons who have exper
ienced Its benefit.
These teHmcnlal are proof to tin
th'at Peruna ha not failed In the m'.
slim for w hieli It wa Intruded, thnt of
rcllevlngio! tiering mid rcitor lilt Iim lib.
ML "1 JaW
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