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sworn, on oith deposes and to.,:
That tho following In a trua and cor
rcct statement of circulation for the
week ending Oct 12, 1006, of the Dal
1' and weekly editions of tho llu'C'
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Oct G... 2620
Monday, Oct. 8 2450
Tueiday, Oct. 9 2374
Wednetday, Oct. 10 2480
Thursday, Oct. 11 2381
Friday,, Oct. 12 2376
Average dally circulation 2446
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1906 2486
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii atone. ...1004
combined guaranteed averago
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fori; mo this 13th day of
ISEAL October, A. D. l'JOC.
P. II UUltNUTTB,
Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
oi'T id. mot,
If I lie Itepiihllratis have erred '" "'
liquor law, there Is nono hitter nblf
to correct the errors of luw iind udiiilti
Istnitlon than the Itepiibllcnns.
It Is fast becoming eldeut that the
declared purpoje of healing Ilrowu U
merely n blind offered by u gang Intent
upon wrecking the whole Hcpublliuu
If they can bc-it the Republican1), ail
now planned, the uen assoelatca of the
Democrats will Immediately prepare
for the campaign to slaughter the Coun
'Straight ticket oting ,ln the only
Uieans b) which Ilia illlzenH of this
Teriltory can keep politics nlmve the
piano of prejudice and racial divlslem
That Is tho Intensely iractlinl and thoroughly-sensible
ship of political action
Just ul the preseiit'lline.
THAT "REPORT PROGRAM
Tim trailing-which candidate Iaiikeet
Is doing with tho Homo ItiilerH is fur
tlier assurance that the Unlit tin ly
quite right In assuming' that tho Anil
Saloon League members In calling for
vote is to cunt tlii-lr ballul for pollm n
iorm did not contemplate ballots favor
nble to the Democratic laudidatc for
Homo Hole i ail I tans, and particular
ly tho leaders, ugrco trliat tho Demo
cratic candidate has promised to glva
tho Home Rulers plueo uu tho pollie
forio of thu County,
We do not hellutii to lonclude, from,
the character of llio Anti-Saloon League
' liumheis, that they do net expeel any
marked degree of reform fiotu u police
tone already promised to what the
Leaguera will cdmit Is tho least re
sponsible element of the County.
Itcsponslblo citizens of thu County do
not hao to nigue with thcrtsclvc or
an one else to determine, how inuili re
form would come fiom such an admin
istration. ADMINISTRATION POLIOY IN CUBA
While the fear of Cuban annexation
Is ono that will be ever present In tho
minds of Hawaii's citizens. It Is cer
tain that the documentary ovhlenro Is
sued by tho President and his agents Is
nil prepared with a view to allay the
Impie-salou that our country Intends lu
take over the Island forthwith.
Supplementing tho President's statu
meat, following a Cabinet meeting, that
the occupation of Cuba Is Intended to
be only temporary, Is thu proclamation
Issued by Secretary Taft to the Cuban
people on his usHiiuiptlou eif authority
Tho full text uf this document was re
ceived In leceut files from the main
land and Is deserving careful leading
To tho Peoplo of Cuba: Tho failure
nf CongresH to act on the Irrevocable
resignation of the President of thfl re
public of Cuba or to elect n suceeskor
leaves the country without a govern
ment at Ji time when great dltuider
prevails and requires that pursuant lo
the request of Mr Palmn, necessuiy
Meps be taken lu the name and by au
thority of the 1'iealdent of thu United
States to protect property In tho Inland
of Cuba and the Inlands nnd keys ud
Jucent thereto, nnd for this purpohii io
establish there lu n jiiovlslouul gov
ernment. Tho provisional government
hereby established will bo maintained
long enough to restom order, peace and
.mMiiiififtlf iUfcrtiTi iwiatflHiiHsHi ir jtt
public confidence by direction and In
tho nanio of tfio President of the Unti
ed States, litid then to hold such elec
tions as may bo necessary to dctcrmlna
on thoso persons upon whom the pel
manent government of the republic
should bo devolved In so far as is con.
Distent with the nature of n provisional
Government, established under the au
thority of the United States this will
bo a Cuban Oovernment, conforming
with the constitution of Cuba The
Cuban Hag wltl.be hoisted as usual over
the (1oernmeut buildings of the Is
land"; all tho executive departments and
piolnclal and municipal gon'rmnents,
Including that of tho city of Havana,
will continue to be- administered as
under the Cuban republic, tho court
will continue to administer Justice, mid
all the lawn not In their nature Inap
plicable by reason of III" tempoiar) nnd
emergent character of the l!o eminent
will bo In force.
President lloo'cvolt 1ms been most
r.nxloiis to bring nbout peace under tho
tonstlttttlonnl (lucrnnunt of Cuba,
and he undo every endeanr to aveih,
the pieont step. Longer delay, how
evei, would be dangerous In Wow of
the resignation of the Cabinet
Until further notice the bonis of nil
departments of the central (loeriimeiit
will report to mo for Instructions, In
cluding (lenernl Alexandre Rodriguez,
In command of tho Hurnl (luards nnu
other tegular Uov eminent forces, nnd
(lenernl Carlos Holoff, Treasurer of
Until further notice the Civil Oov-
rrnors nnd Ali.tldes will nlso report to
me for Instructions.
I ask nil citizens nnd residents ol
Cuba to assist me in the work of re
storing order, tranquilly and public
WILLIAM II. TAKT.
Secretary of War of tho United States.
Provisional Uoernor of Cuba,
Havana, September 29. 1900.
It will be noted that the purpose of
Intervention Is not couched In doubtful
language. It Is first to restoro peace
and second to si cure a satisfactory elec
tion to determine the oIlkerH who shall
take clnrge of the restored republic.
The retention of the Cuban machluer)
of government and tho Cuban tlag nlso
point to the desire to pass the respons
ibility of Independent government back
lo the oung republicans as soon as
This Is leassurlng. Hut it Is not to
ha Kiippoised tint tho campaign for
Cuban annexation will cease. Thu
declarations of our national leuilcrs es
tablish their intention. Thenihcmc of
tho auuexatlonlfcts will lie to force tl.(
ultimate Issuo as they have undoubted
ly force-d the Intervention.
Hawaii can ufford to congratulite
Itself 'on nil the gratifying Incidents
and proclamations that time and offi
cial endeavor bring forth.
Hawaii cannot nfforel to become In
different as tho result of'a false eon
tfdence In the weiknoss of the Cuban
Hawaii must thereforo be eonstuntl
on guard and ceioperato In every prop
er way with tho greMt mainland Inter
ests that will suffer as serious damage
as our (inn should the Cuban scheuiern
HERT8CHE.... General Manager
jAj7 Cv itock em a)"
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A leaiehold near Kaplolml Park,
Walklkl; hat 13 years to run at an
annual rental of $6.00; 8lie of lot,
100x200, Improvements worth $300
on premises Price $600. for quick
A home on Prospect Street; Area
of lot, 7600 sq ft. Modern house of
eight rooms. Stables, etc. A bargain
at $3,150 00.
HuntVWaterl.oi.se Trust Co.. Ltd..
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
DEW 10 'id
TO UBtt CITY
Gov. Carter Wants Local
Man To Represent
A second Invitation to rend repre
ccntntlves of llnwall to the Trans Mis
slsslppi Commetelal Congress was ro
celved today by Governor Curler from
Henalor Warren of Missouri. This
conference, which will be held em No
ember 20 In Kansas City, l of great
Importance) nnd the (lovcrnor Hinted
this morning I ntho strongest possible
terms his hope that this Torrltor)
would bo represented there'. Up said'
"I hope that I will he nblo to find
one or more persons who will ho nblo
to represent this Territory ul Kansait
City, perhaps some Honolulu man
who will be In Hint vicinity during the
convention er If not neimo friend eif
Hawaii who lives In Kaunas City. It
is ery desirable that wo should
bavo some one, Iheie who will show
that wo tako an Interest In the work
nnd who will look nrtT eiur Interest.
"If atomic In tho Territory can
make suggestions In this regard of
men who will be available for the
purpose I shall he most happy to tako
them under consideration. Wo
should watch all these conferences
nnd sec that emr part of thu country
lias an adequate representation In
them. Suggestions In this line will lie
sure to recclvo prompt attention."
HARBOR ALMOST EMPTY
It has been n long tlmo since tho
harbor has presented such a deserted
nppearanco as It does today. With
the exception of tho oil steamer Uoho
ernns. which arrived this afternoon
the ship Mnrle lliulifeld, and the
Ameitcan bark (lerard C. Tobe-y.
there Is not a commercial vessel In
port, outside of thu Inter-Island steam
ers nnd a few small crnfl. Tho oil
barco Monterey is hlng outside. There
are several flovernmcnt vcksi'Ih In the
harbor, the. disabled transport Sheri
dan, the transport Uuford.'vhlth Is
waiting to tow tho Hheililan to the
Cuasl. tho revenue, e utter Manning,
and the novernment tug lioquols The
llBt 18 completed by thei Japanese
training ship Anegawa.
It Just happens that neatly all the
vessels that were In port left about
ti.ei same time) and that few have
come In recently. Hut It makes the
waterfront a very ipilet plneo compar
ed wllh what It usually Is.
W. II. Pain, eif mule raro fame, may
shortly return to Honolulu. He will
be accompanied by Mrs. Pain.
Moving and Paying
Wrinkles and Old Age
Better call In at our of
fice and learn ho'w to own
a splendid home for
Better Inquire and save
938 FORT 8T.
SEC OUR WINDOWS
FOR THE PARTICULARS OF OUR
" Monday, the I5th"
o OF o
... and Scarfs,
As the NameiSuggests, This Sale will
MONDAY, OCT. 15TH, AT 8 A. M.
GOOD GOODS IN VARIETY
WILL BE SOLD
AT THE LOW PRICES
that have made EHLERS' 8ALE3
Woman's Kidney Troubles
Lydla E. PlnKham'a Vegetable Compound is Espe
cially Successful in Curing This Fatal
jfojnrs.J.UALa-n$ and firs. S. Frake
Of all tho elUcascs known, with
Which women are atlllcted, ehronle
kidney dtwnso Is the most fatal. In
fact, unless early anil correct treatment
la applied, the weary patient seldom
llelnir fully aware of this, Lydla
E. Pinlcham, early In her career, gave
exhautlve study to the subject, nnd In
producing hor (treat remedy for
woman's Ills Lydla K. Pluldinin's
Vegetable Compound was careful to
seo that it contained the correct combi
nation of herbs which won kiirc to con
trol that fatal ilUcuso, woman's kidney
troubles. Lydla K Ptnkham'a Vege
table Compound Is the only one espe
cially propircd for women, nnd thon
sands have been cured of serious kidney
derangement! by It. Derangements of
the femlnlno organs quickly affect thu
kidneys, and when u woman has such
symptoms as pain or weight In the
loins, backache, bcarlng-dnwn pains,
scalding or burning sensations or de
posits in the urine, uuiiMinl thirst,
swelling of hands nnd fe-et. swelling
under the eyes or sharp pains lu the
back, running through the groin, she
maylnfer that licrkldncjs are nnVcte-d
and should lose no tlmo In combating
tho disease with Lydla K. Plnklinm'H
Vegetable Compound, tho wumuu's
remedy for woman's I1H.
Tim following1 letters show how
marvclously successful It is.
Mrs. Samuel Frnkc, of rrospect
Plains, N. J., writes:
Dear Mrs I'lnVhsni:
I rannot thank you enough for what I.ydla
kjdla E. PtakhWs Veietable CmbowkIi
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A small upright piano Is offcri'd for
sale lor ISO iuBti.v'.ddivoe 1,. V., llul
letln. The Suiireinu Court tills morning ad
mitted Attorney John I). White to pruc-
llie III the ueiilK of the Territory,
tluvcrnor Carter haH received n com
miitihutlou from Chairman Dick, or the
(llilo Stale relill.il Committee), asking
him lu assist In tho campaign lu that
Thu oil Etejinerrltosecraim, Captain
McDonald, arrived from Monterey this
noon, toning' tho 611 barge Monterey.
Hlie was HVi days out, leaving the
Coant ono day utter tho Komium.
The Uui-ci.HiB brings a eurgo of 1!U,
OOU bariels uf oil; tho Monterey liui
lii.eioo luiirels. I'nlo.idlng will bo iniii
menieil at nuie, nnd lioin ve-shels will
leave for thu CiMst next Wednesday.
The Itepuhlldili candidates who went
around the islund icturm-d last nli,ht
nfler a Hplendld t. Tliey i-poke Sat
urday night nt Wuialuu hud Sunday ut
Wuluiiue, being v'I lerolved nt both
In the ease of .foseph t), Cuiter vfc.
Koolau Malic t ul., the answer of tic
defendant has been Hied sliowlng Hull
n pleading wns not II I I'd on thu iidvlee
of touiisel mid Hint thu court did iiih
M. K. Lcleo. Itepiihllcnu laudldnto fur
Deputy Sherilf e( hwa, and David Wal
ton, Independent lundldato for Supei
visor from Koolaupolio, tula iiioinini!
tiled their nomination paperH with
Cuuuly (link Kuljuokaluiil.
Captain Mai Donald rejorta Hue
v,tither during the veiyage, but Huy
that all the wuy down tueiu w&h a veiy
heavy swell from tho Noilhwost, so
heavy that olten tho Hosecraus rolled
until her de-eks wero uwiish. The e.ip
luln also reports that tho steamer ,cn
lounteied ti vi ly strong current uu)
befoio jesteiduy, (lowing troin Hm1
northwest, nnd was curried several
miles out of Ills iourie by It.
'I ho following additional venire of
twenty-two names for a Jury In Judgn
Hubliison'a couit wero teleited thU
mornliig: IMw, Diew, (leu. W. Fair,
John II. Noble. A. P. Wall, It. 11. P.
I.lsliiiun, (J. W. Ilooth, Oeei. W. ClurK,
James I). Dougheity, IMvvlu llenner, L.
P. Chupln, J. (1. ONell. I). U Austin. 1).
J. SIMie, V. II. Soper, U. O. White.
Win Han lay, W. K. Waters, T. II,
Kennedy, .lames Ilulghtoii, U C. King,
A. U Soule, I) IV Id Notley.
Into the realms of Santa Claua by the
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd., has
resulted In their bringing to Honolulu
tho largest and most complete stock
of TOY8 and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to the Islands. These gooda
are now being opened up and the gen
eral public la Invited to call and see
Wall, Nichols Co,
n ,M teHtM&L
K. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compourol lias done
forme. A V lien I first wrote to you I bad suf
fensl lor ears with what tho elector caliwi
kltltii-v tmulitt, funl cnnt-t-itliill nf the feiunle
and I rulTeml in w ith that lriiiR-dou " frel-
Inglroulilliamly walk urrow the remin. lum
not get any bttteT.w) detlileil to ktupdi" torlng
with my phvalilnti mul take l.villah. t'ink-
lintirs Vegrtnule Compound ami I am thank
ful to wiy it has e-ntlre ly rtinsl ma I do all
my ovru work, hnve no mnr Iwiikache anil
all the iMilsjmptmiis have dlnnpiienreil.
I cainint imlau our iimllrlnu i noiigh. ana
would ndvlw nil nouirii ulfrring with kidney
trouble to try It
Mrs. J. V. Lang, of 0S0 Third Ave
nue, New York, writes :
Dear Mrs. Hnkharo:
I hnv o k n a gn-nt ufTeri'r with VHnej
trouble. My )kv k in lust all Ilia time nnd I
wni dlxenurngiil. 1 hennl ttiat Lvilia K
l'lnkham's Vegetnble CoMiinind would cure
kidney itl-n-AKe, nnd I began to tnke It; and it
ha eiiresl mo when evvry tiling ett bad failed.
1 liaverei-oiiiuieiidfd lt,-tn loU of jmijiIo and
they all pralM) it very highly.
Mm. PIitklmiii'M Htuiidlne In
vitation. Wennen aufferlng from Icldney
trouble, or nny form of female weak.
Hess, are Invited to promptly communi
cate with Mrs. Pinkhain., lit Lynn,
Mass Tho present Mrs. Plukliiiiu Is
tho daughter-in-law-of Ljdla P.. Pink
hum, her iiK&iitunt liefore her decease,
ami for tvvciity-llvc jinrs since her
advlco has bi-eh freely given to hlelc
wtimeii. Out of the great volume eif ex
perience which the has to draw fiom,
It Is more than likely sho has tho very
knowledge that will help jour case.
llcrmlvico Ih ireound nlwajs liclptul.
a Wenan's Remedy far WMaa's III.
Ah Chin wan caught early this morn
ing' In tho vei-net eif hiirglarhlug a
house at the coiner of l.llilu and King
streets. The irnuso Is excluded by a
.laiiane-so named l-'ull Mekttrhl, who is
tho man who aught the burglar. The
litter had witli him n se-t of tools suit'
nblo to obtaining entrain o Into houst-s.
The .lapanceo was nwukened by the
uolsa of someone trjlng to gel Into the
house. I In geit'up mid openeu the door
mid dlsioveied Ah Chin on his knees,
tijlng to unfasten tho dour. Fuji
promptly grabbed the Chinese, mid
when Hpciihcr, u guard ut tho prison,
vvhii was lu tho next house anil who
was awakened by thu noise, got there
.lap mul Chinaman wi'iei tangled up on
the Hour, the fingers lit Ilia Jap chok
ing the- wind nut nf the would-bu buig
lai. i:. A. Mlkuliiun also ran over
ami helped let se-eurei tho Chinese, who
was hustled off to thu ollce station an
Mum iih an olllrer could get to the scene.
lie appeared In Police Court tills
morning nnd waived examination, and
was lio.ind over, bond being set ut $700.
'I lie man had with him when i aught a
pair of xelssiuH. ulleis, u screw driver
and n ideil reul, tho tools of his trade.
A. C-ilvalho, ehuigcd with murder in
tho flisl dfgiee, had his i.ino called In
l'olleo Court tills morning. It went
ovei lo October 29.
Prank l'etruon will work for 18
d:iy. the penamn Imposed by Judbc
wiiitncy iieiauso 1-ranK to fur loigot
himself ns to acquire it bun,
No ih Klnoluii contl United tho rus
tomaiy $.1 nnd costs tu the county's
liindsi us the pi Ire of a Jag,
lllclit Clilno-io appeared In Judge
Whltniu, 'h court this nioinlug, e barged
with having Indulged In tho gentle' ex
ellemuilot u ipilelume oi puniou. 'me
Mury will he told next Thiirsilay, weikh
Is tho dale set for the next appearance
in lourt of the prisoners. .
Pang Chan doesn't work. At least
that has nut been his habit for some
limn past. Now ho will have to work
'or Ihrie mouths, anyway, for Judge
Whitney scnt'hlm over for Hint Icugui
of time on it e harge of vugrumy. Per
haps ho will acqulro the habit beforo
he comes .buck. Hut It's a good first bet
Hint he won't.
A .lupancsc named Kodu was nrrexi
cd by H. Mild this morning em u charge
of vagrancy. It Is osslblo that ho may .
have a more serious charge tu answer I
for beforo hot gets through with thn
business, tor the articles found' on his 1
person nro of a somewhat suspicious'
e Inn in tcr. Ho tun when arrested a pnlrj
of si IsMirs and u pair of plluis, Inula
hliull ir tu those found on thu hurglai
Ah Chin who was caught this morning,. ,
Koda uuver works and docs nut live-,
eat oi Hlccp nny w hero In purthuhir. He
Iiub been in Jail soverul tlmta alie.nlj,
In the muttei of Tnx Assessor J. I..
Holt vs. Vug Kvv:A and John Col
burn, In tho Supreme Court this morn
lug, thu bill of exi options was eivei
rilled, It being held that "It Is clear
that Income taxes and piopurty tuxes,
though for tho name year, eoiistltulo
si paiate, ellsllmt causes nf action mul
may ho lined fur hcpaintcly, It'Js no
Millie lent that Die plulntirf and the lie
filiilant happen to ho the same lu both
ut lions ur that both muses might have
In en Jollied In nuu action,"
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
702-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE, WINE8 A LIQUORS. .
I Best Sparking Batteries
Columbia aubmobllo litittoi-lc tiro
madu onpccinlly for ntitoj Thoy
Blvo tinlvurnul ntlfttctlon. New
Mtoctt: now rvoUy for delivery it
I Hawaiian. Electric Company, ltd., ft
OFFICE KINO ST., NR. ALAKEA. PHONC MAIN 390. ft
H O L L Y
In HOLLY FLOUR It la not enough
that the dust be removed from the
Wheat by washing, but each grain is
cleaned and the crevices and; Irregu
larities scoured by special machinery,
thus securing an absolutely pure, clean
Theo. H. Davies & Co,, Ltd.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
has moved his residence from the cor
"ner of BERETANIA and RICHARDS
-20 Kin.SC, near Richards-
New Telephone number Blue 1011.
Silver Ciotri Brushes
Make handsome, useful presents fqr men. We have many new ones
In great variety. Sea our now line of TOILET GOODS. ,
H. F. WICHMAN & CO,, Ltd,,
We are the only bakers In Honolulu making
WE SELL IT rnCCH TROM THE OVCN,
It possesses a delicious flavor; It mott nutritious and Is the Ideal
bread for sandwiches, as It can be sliced thin as cheese. Although much
superior to ordinary bread, it Is made In the came size loaf and sells for
the same price.
What is true of our BUTTERNUT BBEAD is also truthfully
for our CAKES and PASTRY.
OF ALL KINDS.
Oichrs In Lumber r.nd Ccpi
QUEEN ST., :: ;
i t: HONOLULU.
MnmuMtuM iMi ,,aiiMfiteiiflr,v,, iikj nmsy A lgtiif
Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
Bakery and Lurch .loom
NEAR FORT ST.
. n. patterson
General Contracting and Jobbing,
Houaepalntlng, Paperhangtng, Qr.iln
Inn, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement. and
8tone Work, Shop with Whittle,-the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
ttreete. PHONE MAIN 361.
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