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KVKNINtl mn.l.BTlN. HONOMIUI. T. II.. THURSDAY, OCT. 11 1000.
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ncel: eiidlnp Ocl . VWj. of the Dal
ly and wrekh editions of tliu i:ec
Circulation of Evening Dullclln.
Saturday, 3'pt. 25 2618
Monday, Oct. 1 2452
Tlterday, Oct. 2 2358
Wednesday, Oct. 3 2436
Thursday, Ocl. A 2379
J-rliUy, Oct 5 2382
Avrige dally circulation 2439
Cliculatlon of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 1906 2485
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the Island of llf.vall alone. ...1094
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I .-'KALI October A D. tfmt..
P H HIMINKTTE.
Notary Public, first .ludlrlnl Circuit.
OCT 11. lUOU.
A man arreted for ilrunkiiiiivts nl
ways makes j monkey of himself when
lie tries to tell what happened Ksper
tally when there are Independent wit
ncssci not lntoliatd Ihhc ti-ulniony
is casllv obtained.
Hawaii can make no greater mistake
than to rc'urn to It romforiulile slum
bers under a fnbe noaurawe that Cu
ban annexation la not nn immcdl.ito
tisuc. (jo fai no this Teirltory Is con
cerned Cuban anti"xatlon will bo nl
nas an limncdlale Issue. The annex
ation propaganda will nlwna be nt
work nnd Hawaii will lose what llttlo
advantniu- It may lime If It fulls to bo
forever on the alert nnd forever In
The nctual salllu.t of the tlri-t steam-1
cr load of l'oMuguc&e Immigrants bound '
for Hawaii will b" good news to all
rcnon'. who have nt li"uri the Amen-1
can development of these Islands. I
Ibe fact that Commissioner Stack
able has made good nt evety point tliu
far lb also teiy i-ht-crlng as it begpeal:
the absolute good f.ilth with which this '
important work has bun can led out
by the representative.! ot the Territory
In Europe, mid those hero bick cl
them. There haio been statements
made Intended u east doubt on the de
tire and intent ' thoso Intimately ui
toclated with tin; work. '
Itesults tell tho story. The Immi
grants are on the w-iy and Immediate
measures ha? been taken to huvo an
other ship load of equal or larger num
bers eulleted and headed In this d I lec
tion. The most busplilous tKTbon could
ask no better guarantee of good faith
If 11 keep., up at llila into and the J
nrawth of tho Territory ucinauiU tlml ,
It shall Id there any good reason why
the call for n hundred thousand Imml
erants should not bo tatlstUd''
THE GREATEST PORTUGUESE CITY.
Our eltlzcna of Portuguese parent
tif,o will read with especial Interest
the article on tho "Western World In
Conference ' by Bylvctter liaxter In the
Octohcr Outlook. Wo bay the Tor
tt.Kueco pnrtlculatly because the ar
ticle dcala with the great piogieas
made by the predominating element
of tlifl republic of Urazll.
Th.' Information contained is of
'alue to every Atneilcau citizen, toy
many of whom Join In the oplulcn of
tho Ignorant dock-hand who aaid they
vere all "Dagos" In South America
nnd nndo no excep'lon of the country
In wnlch Portugal baa furnished tho
braink no well as the brawn
abutter went with Secretary Hoot to
rtiend tho conference of Aiuerkim Hn
piibllea at Hlo de Janeiro and his wilt
ing shows him to be a kovn obsciver
of mattcrtj that arc especially Inter
estluij to our people because of our
1'osltlon In tho seml-troplca and our
population of l'or'ugueso origin.
Hlo do Janeiro Is the largest I'ortu
giicjc-BpcakltiK city of the world;
Jarger than Lisbon nnd Opoito togeth
er, ami tho capital of the great Tor
tugueso republic. Thin 13 evidence of
tho predominating Influenco of Ihe cit
izens of 1'ortugal. What they have
dono h sketched In the following ex
cerpt! "Tho surprise that modern Hlo do
Janelto bus for us Is Its i evolution as
to what u gteat tropical community U
capable of In the way of civic euergy
finally dcihllng to ionic out lu its. Iruo colom ns a Democratic organ,
the niornlncj paper call on ltd ronclus lo olu for tliu Democintlc caudl
ilnto for County Sheriff, Cut tin Inukcn.
Wo doubt thn: the tblnUlnR mor of the lt'publlcan party "111 bo led
into or follow the campaign of spite the Democinllr organ la making. The
purpose of honest men should rise to n higher plane, mid they nil).
The misrepresentation of Sheriff Hi own la deliberate ntid mallcloua.
The Intention of smashing the whole Republican ticket with tho split
ticket bludgeon la olnlous.
Tho reiiion tor refuting to accept the Dotnuciatlc argumenla la ob
vious to one who will tnko tho trouble to rend the editorial utterances of
the organ. One of the exhibits follows:
lAdvcrtlser IMItortal Aug, 23. 100 1 1
The great question with the Demo
cmis now they hnve named Inuken for
Congiesa is whether they inn l.ici
li 1 in Democialle until Ihe end or tliu
He has btlonged to nil tlnee parties
within n J ear nud back of that lt.nl n
now -j on fcc It now-don't record which
would have scared a chameleon.
Queen Kmni.i had tho honor, huc.1i
: s It was, nl hrliiRlin? latikea Into pub
lic notice She made much of the
rtnlwnrt jiutth, but nt Ihe first good
opportunity he di-scited her for that
The king kept him nmncel with dec
orative trifles nnd laukca was fairly
loyal to his second benefactor, but
when l.llliioknlniil enme 'o the throne
be tinned ng.tlnst her and betamu one
of the few natives who tiippotted the
During that pcilod he went to Wash;
tngton as nn attendant of I'rceldeut
Dole, whom ho subsequently opposed.
Dpon anncmtlon In became nn ard-
nt Hepubllcnn bir fatlliig of office he
,'oined the Home Rule party and ran
on Its toiinty ticket last fall for As
sesor. Ilefore iong be became a mar
plot In Home Utile counsels and then
went over to the Democrats.
Where he will go next even he can
not guess but those who know him
best put least reliance In his Demo
Taking laukn at the estimate placed on his stability nud his nbltlty
I y the Democratic adtocate, what legitimate reason Is thcro for placing
blm In the olllce of County Sheriff?
What guarantee lu there of ihe reliability of his professions us an ngent
of good governiuuiit? Is the Democratic organ now Ills sponsor? And Is
thai an eldenec to this community ol another exhibition of u chameleon
si a red?
If laukca's political nrofeislous ara not to be depended on, what is lu
heroine of hit promises to enfone these laws referred In?
nnd Industrial efficiency;, Hlo Is n
gtent city. Its population Is aald to
le nt least kSU.UOU. Some hold that
this yenr'ii census will bring It close
to the million mark. Not long ago It
v.an n pett-hole. one of the worst nesU
ol yellow feter In existence. Now it
Is one of the healthiest cities In tho
wot Id. Us death-rate far lets tliun Nc
York's. Yellow foor has been exter
ir.luntrd. The health board Is run on
the molt enlightened principles. The
cmergcnc) trains Instantly respond to
n cnll nud hasten to the spot with dls
liifectaiitH. mosquito netting, etc., with
J. H. HERTSCHC ...General Manager
ZT-.iwM U.'' - .
C 1 i iJJlTnV msiXin wkii AtiNts.
.y V, stock oho oOM".
'X? n-jT0 lwVIITMIT.-lilyfl4tMT1
711 Prospect 8t $30.00
Cor. Hackfeld & Prospect 35.C0
Nuuanu St 50.00
King St. 35 00
Aloha Lane 18.00
Beretanla Qt 40 00
Deretanla St 35.00
Kaploljnl at 26 25
Lunallls 9t 50 00
Henri Watorhouss Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sis.
lAihertlser. Oct. 11, 0rt
We cim bate the good laws wo
make enforced by the polite If we se
cure the election of Brown's cipputi
ml I IillUin . That Imidlcs the iliilv
Jof noiklun, by every legltlinato means,
for thu Democratic nomliieo for Sher
iff. ti ptomptuess said lo exceed oven that
cr the fire department.
"Tho treat lovelallon, however, s
that which makes the city of today lit
encc the marvel nnd thu admiration of
cery visitor. I.lkc every largo old
city, great changes arc necessary to
adapt It to modern conditions. These
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
938 FORT 8T.
SEE OUR WINDOWS
FOR THE PARTICULARS OF OUR
" Monday, the 15th"
As the Name Suggests, This Sale will
MONDAY, OCT. 15TH, AT B A. M.
GOOD GOODS IN VARIETY
WILL BE SOLD
AT THE LOW PRICED
that have rrado EHLERS' 8ALES
Delegate to Congress
J, K. KALANIANAOLE
C. P. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. MeCANDLESS
W. O. 8MITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. 8. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A.. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
8. P. CORREA
A. 8. KALEIOPU
H. N. KANIHONUI
Hv W. LELUWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BRQWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATCRHOUOG
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
8. C. DWIGHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HU3TACC, JR.
8. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HCNRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
Save been undertaken In n way that
would clvo polnla lo New York, Don
Ion. or Chicago) nil lo how to do
things. We think of tropical column
nltlc ns indolent, procrastinating,
never doing nnthliig today that urn
be put oft till tomorrow; laying plans
lor next year nnd deferring them lor
n decade perhaps for n century. I!ul
evidently tho motto of this tropical
metropolis Is, 'Do It now!' Public
works on n tremendous male huvo
been planned for. These nro now be
ing carried out with marvelous promp
titude, KxpcnditurcH of millions upon
millions are Involved. Harbor wotkx.
r revised city plan, new pavements of
the best sort tho wholo city seema to
bo In tho IhrocH of reconstruction.
The first section of a magnificent dock
rystcm Is about to bo opened for use;
for the first I'lmcX. big ocean'llnerK will
discharge and load nt their piers.
They nro fairly IlniiHsmunnlzliig tliu
city with grent street extensions, wld
cnlngs, and entirely new thorough
lares. Two great 'morros' i.o to bo
leveled nnd cast Into tho bay. They
arc superbly picturesque clcmcnta in
the scenery of Hlo. Hut their room
Is needed for tho city's growth, nnd
they must go ns Fort Hill went In
llOHton. There nro plenty of pictur
esque hills left, however.
"A magnificent avenue, over n mile
long and about ono hundred mid ten
lect wide, has Just been cut through
I ho henrt of tho old town. This Ao
lllda Central is a marvel nf ranlil ron.
Ktrucllon. Work was begun eighteen
months ago. Today It stands com
plete, lined with costly modern hiul
ness buildings, paved with asphalt,
bud superbly Illuminated through tho
enter a line of handsomely designed
ricctrlc light btnndards, alternating
with young shado trees; along tho
wide, mosaic-paved sidewalks: equnlly
well designed clusters of fine, high
powcr'gns lamps, also alternating with
shade trees, lu a fow years these
ticesW-lli make a beautiful feature of
the avenue At either end the Kvo
nlda Ccntiul Is designed to continue
in noblo esplanades along tho bay
thoro. These esplanades, now under
construction, will goon be completed
In great part, tho ono down .tho bay
extending southward along the bhoru
of tho open ocean, fringed by tho
breakers, of tho hade-wind's swell. In
tho other direction tho shore drive will
border the grcnter part of tho bay.
This Is tho moit magnificent syutem
of walersldo drives ever designed for
any great city. It surpasses oven tho
famous Bcnshoro driven of Hostou'n
metropolitan park oyBtem, command
ing countless vlewu of an lucomimi-
Mr. liaxter bas theso Portiiguesc
llrnzlllnns "might easily glvo us mimo
point i n civilization. They could not
only show us that thcro aro hitch
things ns energy and progresslveness
pusslblo amidst n tropical environ
ment; they could iihow a people long
BitlTerltig under nn accumulation of
bill-board horrors how thoso cualltlea
am not only compatible with good
tn3tc hut may bo employed In behalf
ot a mnrvelously rapid nahlcvcment
of civic Improvement. They could
show us haw lu a great capital the
Itadltloiis of an Imperial court nro
mado to servo tho cause of republi
can advancement by making matters
of public beauty, health, and general
well-being uffalrg of tho people, lor
the people, and IneicaBlngly by tho
BULLETIN ADS. PAY -JK
GAMPAKiN FOR HEALTH
REPORTS SHOW WORK
DONEBY HEALTH AGENTS
PRESIDENT PINKHAM'S STATE
MENT TO BOARD OF HEALTH
. RECOMMENDATION RE
t'lesldcnt I'lukbiim In hit prelimin
ary statement to the lloaid of Health
Much of my recent visit to the Inland
nf Hawaii was In public interest, but
my repent will bo deferred to a later
Tho subject ot tuberculosis, or it It
Is popularly designated "The White
I'laguo" It agitating tbc leading na
tion, ni Indicated by Ibe lutn national
meeting nt the Hague, held Ihe week
Of September Mb, If the AlilM'uhctui
I01I1 Congress, at which thirteen na
lions wete icptescnted.
Tho miMt lmuorlaiii action of till
Congress wan iclallve to the loriipulx-
tuy leglstintloii of all eases of con
tiimptlon nud tho eitnlillshmenl of ki.ii
llorluniH. In Ihesn lespoiH the Ter
ritory of Hawaii leads fur both objects
leroinmenilcd nro nud have been in
loree for bonm jc.irs.
The Federal Department of Public
Health u making general Inuulrlci lei
ntltc to ihuiii'llon of the various dates.
territories nnd cities looking toward
Ihe contiol. Hire tiuil suppicuuloti o!
My leply to lion. Walter Wymaii
Surgeon tlciieral of the United Htatea
fcns us follows;
The provision of Inw, section 1001 II
I., ami tlm regulations of the Hoard,
M-ctidiiH :iS and .10, put the Terrlloiy tl
Hawaii well to tho foro In louibatlliia
The handling of tubcrriileulx la n very
delicate matter, but'tlfete Ih no epics
Hon us to the duty of physicians lo net
lu conjunction with tho lloaid or
Health, or that the Hoard should haw
the means to rtiablu them to do (hen
The ile.Uhs In Honolulu fioni tuber
cular causes for the year ending June
Colli, 100(1, numbered 131 nnd for !he
tnllre Territory iSti.
1 believe- the Hoard should ronfei
with tho Hawaiian Territorial .Medical
Association nnd compile a set of Advis
ory Regulations us to the control of the
disease nnd the nouns of piotectlon
fioni (ontiiKlou of llio'o exposed, and
when agreed upon theso legiilatloiis I"'
adopted hy the lloat d and ill so far in
tlicy nro nchlrory so stale, nnd whcie
they lotne within the authority of tho
law so eleslguate. These regulations
blinuhl bo printed In coiu-Iko, coinen
Icnt form and placed In tho hands of
those councctoj In nny way w Ith a ense
As Indicated in my letter to tho Sur
geon (leneial the Territory offers local
ities favorable to the arrest of tho ills
ease It -thoso affected choose lo avail
The work of cleaning and dlslnfcc
tng buildings still goes on. L'p to Sep
tember 2nd the report Is as follows:
Uulldlngs, UT,; looms, 1703; stores, 3GT;
During (he month of September them
wcie cleaned and disinfected: Uulld
lngs, til; stores, 11)3; looms, 712; out
The Dispensary repoit shows:
For AugU3t IIS ease.1 trealcel fot
For September 273 cases treated fur
Tho cpiaitcrly report, for threi
months ending October 1st, ot the In-
anc Asylum discloses the following
Number of patients iccclvcil, 17: died,
I; discharged. It; making u net In
CI case of 2, nnd the number of Inmate:!
remaining, 115 males and 19 fcmnlc3, a
total of 11.
The Acting Milk Inspector reports
for August, 79 sainplej examined, of
which 77 were above Maudard and 2
Duilng tho month of September cer
tain sickness was attributed to impuir
milk, Tho Hoard tit niico took action
It is out of-(ho epieetlon for eight lu
vpeetors to enter every Item of con
duct unci condition that effects the pub
December 3Ut, 1901, I recommended
lo Hie Legislature Ihe passage of a spe
ed lie law wltli the litlo "An Act to Reg
ulate (ho Production, Keeping and Dis
tribution of Milk," nud suggested tliu
means it lliuinclug tho cxpcn.bc. No ac
tion was taken.
Wo ure looking after the milk pro
ducers us well as tho means we hate
The reports of the Chief Sanitary Or
titer for July, August nud .September,
19UG, nnd the Plumbing Inspector for
August unci September, 1900. uto pre
sented. Your grocer bells Pol Hrenkfast Food
Dr. nud Mrs. (ioodhue, baby and mat I
from Molokal aro spending a few dna
In town mul hate taken apartments at
Mra. Ancu.i' on Emma street.
Into the realmo of Santa Clauo by the
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., has
rcaultccl in their brlnninn to Honolulu
the larnest and most complete titock
of TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to the Islands. These goods
arc now being opened up and the gen
eral public Is Invited to call and see
Wail, Nichols Co,,
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
W2904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 30S.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
Silver CJoth Brushes
Make hanltaomc, tiEClul presents for men. Wc have many new ones
In great variety. Qco our new line of TOILET GOODS.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO., Ltd.,
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
O. B. REYNOLDS,
757 ALAKEA 8TREET NEXT SAIL ORS' HOME.
THE ONLY HIGH-GRADE, FRESH I MPORTED CANDIES IN. HONOLULU
received by us ex Alameda. It was a big shipment and the stock contains
a superb selection, of CHOCOLATES, MARSHM ALLOWS AND GLACE
FRUITS, in one-half to five-pound boxes. These candies ore the STAND
ARD OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE. Yoti will find hero a 'choice line
of LOWNEY'S and OUR HOME-MADE CANDIES.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship yout
goods and save you money.
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storag-e in Brick Warehouse,
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day III the -BULLETIN'S AD.
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