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BMCNINP BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T !.. THURSDAY. NOV, S. 106.
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vrorn, on oith deposes atul sa)s:
That the following Is a true and cor
rect stnleaicnt of circulation for the
week ending Xo 2 190G, of tho
Dally and Wceklv IMItluns of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Oct. 27 2645
Oct. 29 2386
Oct 30 2381
Oct 31 . . 2370
Nov. 1 2385
Nov. 2 2374
Average dally circulation . . .2423
Circulation of WeeklyBulletln.
Tuesday, Oct. 23d, 190G 2488
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone..,. 1096
combined guaranteed average
circulation . . . .4011
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..NOV. 8, l'JOL.
Htit proof ro.ulitig vvns responsible
for the npppirnncu In these columns
last evculiiL, of tho sentence-
Deli gatt Kutilu Iiiih vigorously
urged nti) thing hut straight Aiiarliun
The Miillmenl Is so utterly nt var
iance with the speeches uf the tlelegite,
tin) known attitude of this piper toward
the Delegate, and u1x5 with tho com
ment In the Minn rolumn regarding the
election of the lb legate that the irrur
was obvious to any fulr-mfiiileil "r
kon 'I he sentence' should hae read, "Del
egate Knlili) Iuih vigorously urged jil
vancmicul by ttralght American pol
Mm." ' 1
Hearst's enemies laid themselves on)
to soak tho gentleman And Hie) did
It good and plenty.
The Ilepubllcan party lias tho legls
lathe majority to fulllll the dliect
lrlmury luw pledge.
Thanks to the Ilepublliiin majority
In the Legislature school teachers may
look forward to receiving a restoration
Among other good things theaters
of the Territory endorsed tho I mn'g ra
tion poltrj. which means much If car
rled on us begun
So Jack will not resign, preferring to
lold onto the prospect of running the
Territorial government of Hawaii This
U what many have Lellcved from the
If Democrats seak efficiency In pref
erence to n machine, wh) should they
Immediately suggest placing their
County Chairman lit. the head of'the
When the Commissioner or Immi
gration conies hero to receive them
there Is no doubt of the udmlnlstia
lion being pleased to see European im
migrants arriving In Hawaii.
W. O. Smith's nurrow margin of six
votes has its unpleasant feature, when
upwards of two thousand voters come
to him, each claiming to be one of the
last eight who saved tho day.
After taking n breath tho people can
give their undivided attention to tho
demand for 100,000 tourists and 100,
000 European Immigrants. Not forget
ting the common sense Idea (if'tr)lng
to hold what wo nlrcady have
Republicans made. Iloosevelt tho is
sue of tho Congressional campaign unci
tho lesults so far uprpovo the wisdom
uf politicians hat they will have n
hard task jirevcuttug Roosevelt fiom
naming the next President of the Unit
If Shorirf Ilrown's stitngth with the
people, litii decreased since tho Count)
election of 11)01, the vote does not show
it, Diown received 2J1S votes In 1001
Henry and Pocpoe combined receiving
2702. This jour 27J1 voles were iiist
for'.Ilrown, und there weic still more
"A Itejiubllcau" says if tho Demo
crats du nut behuvo tliu Itepulillcans
1 will pass n ripper hill and put them out
of, olllce, "A Itepilbllntu" limy I. II on
bill It Is tliu opinion of thin pnper Hint
he has si mi It un open switch und Ills
I rill ley Is HIT, The l(c'ililllHIS guvu
lit Cimnly law, 'I hey will not tty In
I like t uwiiy.
.AN EMPTY THREAT. .
The threat that a recount will bring
about nn adverse result In tho vote for
W O Smith Is nn empty one, which
Indicates, more than anything else, the
nnxlet) that the truo tote for Sheriff
i linl I not be known
' The 3plinliit-lnl linltnla nn r, ..l.
- .- u. u. .... ....w.n .!, tlWV QIIM
Jict to the same technical errors as the
County ballotn No Senatorial ballot
ban been thrown out because the voter
made a mistake In bis ballot for the
Dilcg-tto or for Representative.
Yet Sheriff ballots have been thrown
mil litcuiM! an irior was m.idu In (he
ilrr'M maiklng or riupervlMir. Deputy
Mioilh or mi) othd ilectlvu olllecr of
Unless V () Smith wan lountid In,
he h is nothing to fear from n recount.
Mr Smith was nol counted In
THE WINTER CAMPAIGN.
When Hawaii recovera from Hh po
litical kutzenjatnmcr. Its uetlve men
should glvo a good shore of nttcutlon
to the work Promotion Secretary
woods Is doing.
There Is every prospect of Honolulu
having a gnat season of tourist busi
ness, ami what especially Interests tho
business men, a great mason of nvvuk
cuing among mainland business men
who believe we have something here
which cun be of mutual advantage.
.Mr. Wood, has succeeded In stirring
tho hustlers of Los Angeles and In
spiring tho rustlers or Portland.
It will soont be up to Honolulu to
hold up Its end. This will bo dune
under any circumstances, but our peo
ple should be particular to obtain the
full measure of benefit to be obtained
Irom tho opportunities offered for
coming Into moro Intimate ucgualut
tnce with near neighbors, who make
The men Irom Los Angeles will be
talking steamship connection for tour
ist travel and Partlanders will have
increased mutual trade on tho hrnln.
Our business men should he ready
with equally enthusiastic plans for
cooperation, for Hawaii wIM profit as
much as either or tho localities men
tioned by being brought Into closer
touch with nctlve centers
This Territory needs new nvcnuis
or transportation-, It needs more tour
ists and more Investors from the
mainland The men who will visit
heio this winter can help the good
work along They should not lack for
healthy nsslstancu and timely sugges
Cuba's hope for annexation l based
on Its millions of Amerlian money In
vested In the Island and the Increas
ing number of Americans with per
sonal Interest In the development or
iCan the;o be, any better way of.cou
testing Cuba's selfish elalms than to
increase the number uf personal ties
that bind mainland knowledge to the i
of Hawaii, already Amer-
HERT8CHE.... General Manager
S ertetoxefetftff Abints
STOCK u. MMsm aftOKKM.
- J M IHVIITWIkiT M UlUMMCI Atn
Matlock Avenue $36 00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalllo 8treet 50.00
McCully Street 25.00
Emma Street 12 50
Beretanla street ,. ... 40 00
Aloha Lane , 1800
King Street 35 00
Nuuanu Street 60.00
Prospect Street 50 00
Merchant 8L (offices) 15 00
Young Street 50 00
Lots at Kalmukl for cash or in
exchange for sugar stocks.
Hinrj Waloihouse Trust Co,. Ltd.,
Corner Foil and Merchant Sis
-. X i.J" V 4
This In hut one phase or the mtiltl
tudo of good things that can come
from tho winter campaign partlzan
only, in Its being nlwa)s for Hawaii.
Our people! should have their minds
ninile up to get results In following up
A TECHNICAL COUNT-OUT.
Some of our citizens claim to bo
unable to understand a " technical "
That Is the most clmrltalilo way of
In the Initinrp nf the lite election,
It minus tint a latgo number of bal
lots In the County clcctlun were
thrown out b) tho Inspectors on nc
count of the voter having marked his
1 allot for mote than thlce Kupervl
fors but otherwise voting eonectly
'I lie elaliii Is made, und the Inspect
ors weic ordered to net accordingly,
Hint this Improper marking for one
ellleer ruins tho ballot, notwithstand
ing it Is apparent what the vuter In
tended as legards all others.
Thu direction to reject such ballots
was given the Inspectors as tho result
n an off hand ruling of tho Chief Jus
tice of the Supreme Court of the Tor
I'tor) The full court has never In
lerpreti'd the law-.
This ruling Is contrary to decisions
made In nt least eight States of the
Union It Is contrary to tho legal In
terpretation made by nearly every
i no or the law)ers who served ns In
tpectors These mm threw the ballotH out.
not bernilso they believed they were
'nvalld ballots, but beenuse they were
lold to do so by the Governor, who
re ted on an on hand ruling of the
There hns never been an Interpre
tation or the law by the court of last
resort, and there Is llttlu doubt of
what tho United States Court would
lule If It be possible to carry tho case
that far. It Is not nn American rule
that i voter be disfranchised through
technical error when his purpose was
Some of tho Inspectors claim that a
majority or tho votes thrown out on
this technicality wcro lattkea votes
nnd In other precincts that the ma
jority were liniwn votes.
It Is Impossible or (ourso to renrh
absolutely accurate figures, for the
Inspectors, lr disinterested us they
Ihould be, would have their ntleutlou
(entered on the character of tho al
leged error rather than which candi
date for Sheriff had been endorsed by
tho man easting the ballot.
The Bulletin Is satlslled that tho ma
Jurlty vote of the County was cast for
lliliwn nnd Is by no menus alone In
Whether this bo truo or not. It Is
1 ot In the Interests of justice that un
error In the count should he allowed
lo stand. If laukea did Indeed secure
n larger majority than that given him
under tho technical count out, no po
litical opponent would refuse hlra a
DOW TO BE
Look Into the future.
Be prepared for coming
events. A fire Insurance
policy will protect you
against loss of home and
belongings from fire.
We Issue policies.
938 FORT BT.
SOMETHING MEW IN
This is linen that has not
been through the final stage
of bleaching, this being quite
expensive. Viewed alongside
full bleached, It looks the
least bit creamy, but 1 few
trips to the laundry changes
this. Then you have a fine
linen at a much lower price
than you could have bought
tne full bleached at first.
68 Inch, per yard, $1.00
Napkins to Match, $2.50 doz.
72 inch, per yard, $1,25
Napkins to Match, $3.00 doz.
Let Justice be.ilone,
Let It bo remembered that before
and nftcr being pnrtlzans, we should
Americans stand for a fair, an lion
est count. Not even n technical count
out satisfies their Ideals of common
No honest nnn need fear an honest
IMIlor livening llullctln: It ha
been suggested Hint drastic mcnsuri
Will bo uitolilid bv ti mnlcirltv nf ItitJ
Hoard of Supervisors recently elected,
and that the status In cpiu will bo en
tirely nlterecl, and that sweeping
measures, as to men nnd things gen
erally will be ndupted In view of
these statements, our Democratic
friends nro leinliidcd that tho Itepub
Henna cuntrol both Houses, and the
Kamo power which passed tho County
Act of IDOI, with supplementary ucts
jln amendment thereof, can repeal tho
tame, nnd provldu a County Act,
whose provisions shall contain what
tho people re ipilre, Jtlmt Is full and
complete Count) Government, Includ
ing control of taxntlon, education,
health, and also provldu for tl.c ap
pointment of a County Engineer, and
such other civic nnd prudential af
fairs ns may be necessary, nnd whllo
tliu County Act, already In existence,
and the supplementary acts In amend
ment tlieieof, are passing through tho
stage of repeal In tho Senate, this
complete measure of municipal gov
ernment can be Introduced In tho
House, with the provision that nn
election thereunder shall be held with
In ten da) s. The Ilepubllcan party,
I contend, hns not been defeated at
tho polls. We elected II Hepresent-
ttiivos out of 12 to the Legislature
We elected two Republican Benntorsl,ook cfrcct nml J,,L' ",ncer ,,lel1 8111""-'-
out of three. Wo already have throe .uemy- 'n Clior was convicted
Ilepubllcan Senators holding over lniof mur,lcr ln t,lu ccond degree and
tnts Hcnatoilal District, and thero
can bo no question that we can mus
ter upon a roll call a two third ma
jority or both Houses, and If such
drastic measures nnd sweeping alter
ations, as are threatened, should
nrousu public sentiment sufficiently
It may become necessary to repeal
tho present County luw. with tho sup
plementary nets and amendments, ami
again consult tho people.
1 would therefore, In vlovv of the
Ihicats that have been made, mid un
der nil tho circumstances, humbly nil-
vise our Democratic friends to
I have tho honor to bo,
Honolulu, Nov. 8, lie.
Employers' Liability Act
Washington, Oct. 19. Tho Attorney
General has taken notice of the state
men l that the railroads propose fo
take tho ground that tho employers'
I'ahlllly act, passed by the last Con
fliers, Is unconstitutional, und to
Knock cases under tho net out of
i ou re.
Tho Attorney General gives out tho
fot'ovvlng statement, tho point In
vc ch Is that he will Interveno In tho
f.riit case under tho act, and that
moans that the first caso will bo a
lira; all the way to thu United States
Su;i cine Court Mr. Moody snys:
"It hns coinu to my knowledge that
It will be claimed In court that tho em.
1 livers' liability act, passed by the
Or tigress last winter by which a rem
edy Is afforded to all employees of In
terstate railroads for death or Injury
incurred In their service through tho
negligence of Interstate railroads or
any or Its employees, Is beyond the
constitutional power of Congress, and
"It Is my Intention to ask leave or
tho court. In which tho first case un
der this law Is tried, to Interveno not
upon tho question or fact, but for tho
purpose of supporting thu constitu
tionality, validity and Interpretation of
"This Intervention finds a precedent
In the leave given by tho Supreme
Court to this department to Intervene
In a private case arising under the
safety appliance law. Under this In
tervention, In tho case of Johnson
against tho Southern Pacific Com
ir.my, the judgment of the Circuit
Court nnd Circuit Court of Appeals
weiu reversed and tho law plainly In
terpreted and made effective by the
Judgment of the Supreme Court.
'This course has received tho ap-
ptoval of tho President."
JAPANE8E WITH FRENCH
Purls, Oct 20 Prince Mel-sa-Ma, a
nephew of tho Mlkudo of Japan, Is one
of the most up-to-date und enlightened
ur all Hasteni Princes, nnd the Inhetlt
ince lie Is now giving himself shows
how he Is coming to the foremost of
Prluco Jlel-Sit-Ma has Jusj taken ser
vice fur u I lino us an ollker In the
I reueh arm) Ills wisli being to study
the methods In military affairs oh.
mining in this country.
When thu pirlod uf probation la
over, the Prima Intend going to
AnieiU.i und will slay for u lime ut
West Point for tho sjieoliil iiiikiu of
studying thu nietlioiU of eiliiuitluu of
fli eis In the American nuiiy. Ills liluh
inks guru or u heuriy web mini In
Evinlncj Qullsiin 7fid fr month,
Mother Died Sunday And
.Father Is In
CHINESE CHICKEN THIEF
HAVE NO RELATIVE TO CARE FOR
THEM AND NOW GO TO THE
GOVERNOR TO ASK
It was a pathetic-looking little fam
ily of six who called on (lovernor Car
ter this morning to nslc for the pai
don of their father, Man Chong, who
for the past thrco yeara has been In
prison on a charge of murder 'in the
Huncmy, Leo Shec, thu mother of
the little family, worn out with tho
unequal battle of life In which slid
had to fight for seven, died, and now
six helpless children, (ho eldest u de
mure laced, bashful girl of seventeen
and thh youngest n wee black ejed tot
of "three, ato left for some one to tnl.e
Three years ago Man Chong was ar
rested by a Hawaiian police officer,
Mnhelona, for nltegcd chicken stealing
nnd In the fray that ensued tho Chi
rnnian shot at the officer, the bullet
as senicnccu to twenty-live veurs
hard labor In tho Oahu prison. Shortly
after the father was committed tho
tlxth little almond eyed bnbe was
born to add to tho already too heavy
Lumen of tho mother, who, ns soon
ns she was able, enteied a shop to
evv. Two of tho older girls huve
lecn able lo help her and In tils vvn)
by being very careful tho little fam
ily has been able tu exist.
Kach month tho llttlu Mock went to
Jail th visit their father, who seemed
very fond of them. All In a low they
went, the three llttlu hovx und the
wo girls, and the baby stranned
lo his mother's back. Hut today when
they came there wasn't nny mother
and thu plump little Knni Mill slum
bered peacefully upon the joung shoul
e'ers of a slender little -Ulster, who Is
moo )iiiniK for such burdens. Ng Gang
In ought thu Utile Hock to the capital
und with them also was a Chinese
ivoninu who has been curing for them
iincu thu mother died. Ng Gang saa
they uro being taken care of by sub
, nruiJiiun raised among tno' culnese,
I ..! tr .I.. ,ii. , . .
.mi ii iiiu luiuer is paruoueu a num
ber of local Chinamen will furnish
the muiiey to send father and child-
en back to China.
The petition states Hint Man Chong
wub committed April 23, 1904. In tho
Circuit Court of tho Hrs Judicial
Circuit to serve tvventy-flVo jenrjj
that the mother. Leo Slice, died No
vember 4 and that the six children.
l.eing deprived of all means of sup
ort, ash for the pardon of their fa
ther to take eare or them. And then
lollow the sK names: Ah Toonir. Ah
Kwnl. les Cc. Ah Kook, Ah Hung nnd
Dig eyed and s-jent they waited In
tho reception room this jnornlng till
Governor Carter could see them. Ah
Toong ns the eldest daughter trying
to mnlntatn tho dignity of the fumlly:
mo nine aii kvvui, scarcely more
than twelve, with her heavy braids
end her childish face, looking liko a
llttlo child-mother with tho heavy ha-
t.y urutiier slung over her shoulders;
tho three tiny boys with their Aruer-lean-cut
suits of black sateen so now
rnd shiny silting In a demure anJ
tllont row, they waited. They didn't
know exactly what thoy were walling
for. They had a vague sort of Idea
that the big man with the glasses and
tljo pleasant face could give them
hack their father, and they had come
to ask him about It. The two girls
and tho oldest boy had written their
names In llttlo cramped letters at tho
bottom of a long paper with printing
em It unci somebody elso bad written
the names of tho threo who wero too
young to write; and thero they were
waiting to tell their llttlo story.
At tho Jail they say Man Chong Is
u good prisoner and never gives nny
Double. Ho Is quiet and orderly and
docs the work demanded of him. Ho
Is very affectionate toward his little
chlldien. When his wife was dying
on attendant took him to see her for
the last time and once again tho little
luiiiuy was united und waited togeth
er for death to come und taku nwuy
tho llttlo mother.
The matter will piobably bo refer-
ted by the Governor to the Hoard of
Pilsou Inspectors and High Sheriff
Henry fur uctlon. The fuel that thu
man was u convicted thief and vvuh
the cause of a pullcemun's death und
has rnved but three of thu prescribed
tweiil) live veuts gives him HI I In
chance nf paidciu Hut meanwhile sli
lonely utile oiphaus mo vvuiiduilug
who will lake euro of (hem Muu
Choug illdnt think about thai whin
he planned i ihlcliiui slow
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them and they cost no more than the
ordinary kind, although they are Much
What we truthfully elalm for the
bread is also true of our Home made
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vision, thus assuring their cleanly
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