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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, Y II.. FRIDAY. NOV. 9. 1906.
Published Every liay Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street, Honolulu, '
T. H., by the
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WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.. Editor"
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rect statement of circulation for the
week ending Nor. 2, 190G, of the
Dally and Weekly Editions of tlio
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Oct. 27 2645
Monday, Oct. 29 2386
Tuesday, Oct. 30 2381
Wednesday, Oct. 31 2370
Thursday, Nov. 1 2385
Friday, Nov. 2 2374
Average dally circulation 2423
Circulation of Weekly.'Bulletln.
Tuesday, Oct. 23d, 1906 2488
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone.,.. 1096
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P. II. UUHETTE,
Notary Public, First Judtc'al Circuit.
Kill DAY .. .NOV 9. 1901.
It Is nmiiMlng to now discover that
people who assisted In defeating Ho
publjcnn candidates now requlro n
brncer to convince them that they
have not sown to the wind and will reap
the whirlwind n tew months and veais
What Is the slKulIlcaucc of tho mor
al reformers sending their society re
porters to the red-light district to
learn tho general opinion regarding
the result of the election 7 And what
Is the further significance of tho red-
light denizens, advertised as law
breakers rather than lnw obsurvers,
nil oppressing pleasure that luuken ap
pears to have been elected bherlff 7
GLORIES OP "REFOKM."
Isn't It glorious 7
That three das after election
Thy keepers of the saloons, against
Tho " moral " forces hnvu been
Unanimous lu their uppioval of Jau
keal Isn't It Glorious 7
That three davs after ejection
The men, whom the t (immunity has
Taught to consider as the chief
Gamblers ot tho town, aro
Bought out and nro all found
Unanimous In their approvul of lau
kea! ISN'T IT GLORIOUS 7
That from this testimony a great
Administration of the police may bo
Strenuously supported by the Iwlkl
ISN'T IT GLORIOUS 7
- NEED FOR RECOUNT.
Sheriff Urown's decision to ask for
a recount of the ballots rust for
County Sheriff will accomplish great
good from every standpoint.
Regardless of whether the majority
Is changed or not, the recount will set
tle many points which will continue
to he vexatious until a clear-cut, Judl
cial opinion Is secured.
If tho law Is to, be changed these do
clslons will assist tho legislators. It
it ,1s not changed, tho persons In
charge of the elections well hereafter
know what to do in counting the bal
lots. As new- testimony Is obtained from
flic various precincts, It Is certain that
no regular rule was followed by tho
inspectors In counting tho County bal
lots. Some threw out ballots at tha
slightest suggestion of error and oth
ers allowed and c6unted ballots with
If for no other reason tho recount Is
necessary to cicato u rule for futiiiu
Tho filling of tho Chief Justice
which was accepted as law by tho Gov
ernor but not curried out by all the
Inspucloia, Is disputed by a majority
of tho legal men of tho city regardless
of political affiliations. And vvhllo It
is not pleasant to carry a cast) before
a court whosu Chief Justice Iiuh ex
pressed an opinion, tho way ran li
opened to Ike I'odmal mulls should
I lie ncraslnn present Itself,
Tim testimony of tho Inupnlirs of
I'luillou mi whether limit) iriiiei
IiuIIoih eiu rr liiiikmi iliun llriiwn U
RED LIGHT MORALISTS APPROVE
Advertiser Editorial Nov. 9, '001
In luvlewiug the result of the elec-
tlmi In Oahu county. It linn he, n sug- (!us Conk-s of River Rhine saloon
Rested Hint nt the first blush there Is and former policeman removed on ut
not much lauxo for gruliilntluii. count of the refusal of Circuit Judge
to believe his testimony.
"If lnukea linn as much sciiso as the
oters have given him rredll for he
should make n good sheriff." Charlie
Moore who ran the uoloilous gambling
Joint to which the Advertiser has made
Having received tho approval of iuic.li an array of moralists among thn
saloon (Hid gambling element, what wonder that tin pnrclno creatine, ex
presses Itself as follows:
" But, In this case, as In others, appearances are deceitful, and the su
perficial view Is not the true view."
not equal to thnt of the paity watch
ers. Inspectors are not supposed to
give their personal attention to the
pnrtlr.ui character of the ballot. The
record of the watchers nt the polls
should he absolutely accurate.
There Is little doubt that tho major
ity of the votes In the County of Oahu
were ust for A. M. Drown, They
should he counted
Accepting the situation from the
standpoint of the opposition, there Is
no reason for them lu object If they
feci so certain of the Increased major
ity for Inukia.
Moiu Important than tho interests
of thine two candidates Is the demand
lor u proper Interpretation of the
election law. And it is significant that
when the case (onus before the court,
Inspectors who rejected ballots, under
orders, will bo found arguing against
the sound legnllty of tho order.
TO RESCUE THE BAND.
The mnu who snjs that tho best
way to get tho hand back Is to get It
back, mid signifies his lendlness to put
up n gooil share of the coin, Is the
in an who has the bind situation fo
.used down to bruss tacks.
It Is one thing to sympathize with
our wandering muslilans who have
fallen Into unpleasant und unaccus
tomed paths and qulto another to
make thu sympathy practtcnl.
There vvns a general impression
when roports ot tho baud's disaster
were first received, that Joe Cohen
must have enough money to at least
pay thu boys' fare home but awing to
other losses hesitated to separate him
telf from It,
lie this as It may, there Is no doubt
that tho hand Is now In Bcrlous
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Manager
STACK ukdNI IWIIIRI
Matlock Avenue $36.00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalllo Street 50.00
McCully 8treet , 25.00
Emma Street 12,50
Beretanla Street 40.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
King Street , . 35 00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Prospect Street 50.00
Merchant St. (offices) ., 15 00
Young Street 60 00
Lots at Kalmukl for cash or In
exchange for sugar blocks.
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co.. LU,
Comer Fort and Merchant SU
t . mirnn.iair
(Advertiser News Columns Nov. 9, 'OG,
under heading "Liquor Men and
Gamblers on the Late Election "J
"lnukea will make a good sheriff "
W. R Condon, River Rhine Saloon,
"1 think that luuken will make a
pood sheriff." UeorEe Klklla, special
1st on gambling.
"I look to see lnukea make n good
nherlff." Willie Crawford.
"laukea will make u first-class man.'
(traits and tho good name of the com
munity In practically at stake lu pro
venting this organization of country
wide repute fiom diopplng to thu
cheapest music hulls lu order to maku
The name of Hawaii Is everywhere
connected with Km band. And tile
band stranded ami foriratteu bv Its
own peoplo Is as damaging us the
iianii pinying io crowded houses Is u
Outside tho sentimental und person-
nt I,,,...-.... I, tl... 1 1 .....I I. . .
w itliuvfll ill lliu Ulllltl MIIU 118 Ull-lli-
Ibcrs, It is n matter of business that
the organization shall not he left to n
linnd-to-mouth existence on tho main
Wo can use tho band to excellent
advantage during the tourist season.
The town can better afford to pay the
band to keep nwny from the cheap
music halls, than advertise, the com
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 8, 1906,
From 10130 a. m. to 4 p. m.
I'rllz A Klump und wf to Klpahiilu
Hugur C I,
Oahu College by trs to Helen S
Oahu College by lis, to J A Thomp
O 1' Castle to Alsu Orth Rel
.Maria M Hartley et al to William
Snnuel Knmao und wf to Kalevvu Kc
Jose M l)u Costa and wf to Mrs C
It Driimmond , I)
Manuel Knrlns and wf to Amelia da
Kohuia Ditch Co Ltd to llauk of Ha
Q wall Ltd TrMtg
Enured for Record Nov. 9, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Han let It 'inpai and hsu to Henry
C llapn! ct al 1)
HOW 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.
s5s5i i'i 1 2
938 FORT ST.
SOMETHING NEW 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 a few
trips to the laundry changes
this. Then you have a fine
linen at a much lower price
than you could have bought
the 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.
on ill umI
Gov. Carter Calls Fori
Meeting Of Those . i
FUIA EXPRESSION OF I
VIEWS IS desired!
MANY POINTS OF INTEREST LIA
ULE TO BE UROUGHT UP IN A
DISCUSSION TO WHICH
ALL ARE INVITED
Governor Carter has Issued a nollco
to thu effect that a public meeting
will be held III the executive rnriinn
of the Government building at 3:30
Monday afternoon to discuss the proj
ret or making an exchange of thu
Government lands on I.unnl
All who are interesleil In in,, miiin,
inrp icnuested to ho present and a full
ami ireo expression of views either In
person or by correspondent u U ,!.
Tho meeting should prove n very
Interesting one. us It will cause a dis
cussion on many points of Interest.
In speaking of It thin morning Gov
crnor Carter said:
"According to the law we cannot
sell the land In parcels of more than
1000 acres. For this reason wo pio
pose If It shall meet with the approval
of the public to exchange the land In
question for other land ot tho same
value which can bo used by the Gov.
eminent. A great part of this land Is
arid and none of It Is fit for use under
a leaso for agricultural inirnnsnu m
a lease of this kind can only he for
live years and It would not pay to go
to a great expense when n man wns
uncertain of how long ho could hold
"Land Commissioner 1'ratt has val
ued the land nt $105,000, and If It Is
decided that It will In, best in ,..
change the land It will then be the
next step io und land which Is of thu
same valuo that can be obtained. It
Is possible that Irwin, who owim all
the nrotiertv on the Ixlnml Hint itniw
not belong to tlje Government, might
mae i lie land, out that Is not curtain
let. In fnpf fM lu nil t l. nl. .111
-.. ... .h, ., .,,, ,n uii 111 iiiu u, i 1 ,t
by the meeting which wo will hold
aionuay, u is decided what action will
"If Irwin should take the land, which
Is about 47.000 acres, tho entire Island
would then be In his possession. This
brings up tho subject of whether It Is
best to have large centralized hold
Ings. We want to hear this matter
argued out and to find what the feel
ing Is In regard to l(."
U.S.- Deputy Marshals
Badly Treated On
The Chlusa Jlaru hus been released
from tho libel filed against her by the
luter-lsland Steamship Company
through a tiling of u bond for $20,000 by
S. Al, Damon, lu behalf of thu Japuncse
Company lu tho Federal Court this
morning. .Marshal Hendry ut omc
withdrew his men from thu ship mid
left her In eaio of her offlceis once
The two demity U. S. Marshals! who
were lu charge of the ship, C. U. Cal
vert und J. II. S. Kaleo, complain ol
their treatment In regard to eating and
tleeplng while In charge, of the ship
They statu that last night they were
furnished slabs of canned meat and
dried up fish for their dinner and were
tumble to get uny breakfast whatever
Nor were, any sleeping accommodations
furnished for them till such a late
hour this morning that they were un
able to take udvuntugo of them. The
traditional lotutcny with which the
Jupaneho aro guiciully supposed to
treat strangers has imhcr Buffeted lu
tho estimation of tile U. B. Marshal mid
In the future, there Is no doubt but that
ho will Imvo meals sent from lestuti
lauts to his men lu caso of a similar
libel on a Japnnesu ship and let the
owners of thu ship pay tho bills.
Any candidate fulling lo file an ac
count of tho expenses which hu Incur
led during the campaign Is Ilnblo to
n line of $500 mid sl months lu Jull
Tho uppiulsers of th Leu Alilo ex
tales have ititiiint-il their accounts,
plating the vuhiu of lint estate at $30,.
Tim last i ham ii to pay thu second
Installment of propeiiy mid Inciimo
lanes will it mi 'I'liuikilay, Dmlng
lliml week I he. iu(ill(o will leui
upon until s ji in 'in iiiiiiiuiniiiliilii
liialilalaitett'A-divsa-,,-iti'iafc j,-jhl..a f v t m,,jtui,ti,L ,,',, ..n
CHEW THIS HAIR
And w can
MISB DOROTHY CLARK,
9130 Ortnthaw St., Chicago.
rut the t cilptn an active and normal condition,
and lliliairlll ukucateot luell eTerr lime,
'itie tcalp i the soil Jo which the hair grows.
It, alone. toTera tho growth ot tho hair, and It
. must be sort fresh and healthy to Insure
good crop of lialr. The hair Is a product or the
calp, and all the treatments In Christendom
will do no good, unless thrr are specifically
1 omoaclous In lh curort tho diseases twcullar to
the scalp, how at all druggists, thrre sizes,
25o., 60c. and$ 1 ,00 per bottle.
I BMOWLTON UAMULltlNt;CO.,Chlr.go.
I For Sale and Guaranteed by Hollls
ter Drug Co.
OF 1HBT TO
Kohaia Ditch Company
Files Mortgage For
A trust deed was recorded jeslerday
I In the olllce of the Hesorder of Convey
i nines from the Knhahi Ditch Coinpnnv
to the llauk of Ilunnll us the I exult ol
' the Hunting of u $300,000 foan by the
I Dlldi Company. The bonds me iiciuitd
by it deed of trust or llrst mortgage 01.
tin- property of thu (onip.iny mid vvll.
inn for 30 )e.irs unless redeemed be
fore thnt lime.
They will hu In two series, the llrst
consisting of 400. $100(1 bonds und the
second of ZOO. ilOU bonds. 11 Is pro
vldtd that wllhlu three jmib the own
ers of the ditch shull rommuni'u (Ml n
sinking fund which shall lie paynhln
1 early lu such sums that thu entile
j.ftiUll.OOO shall ho paid up before l!K!i;!
when the bonds fill due,
Tho bonds are ledeemublo lifter Oit
cber 1, 1911, ut 10 per cent above theii
face value and alter October 1, 1921 ut
live pur cent more thnn the fuce value
It Is also piovlded that lu case of any
sule under the trust deed tha property
shall be sold In one parcel unless It
sfiall be decided otherwise by the courts
or the holders of the majority of bonds I
ui me nine oiiiHianiiiug,
The slauip tax on the document
Lrought in HM to tha government.
"It Is simply a trust deed made for
tho security of $500,000 worth o
bonds." said A. Luvvls, ouu of thu sign
ers of the deed. "It was made lu Aug
ust, mid ue lelucj nllng It "
Thu Japunebii Naval Depurtmmt an
nounces that the dealing of mines sub
incigeil by Ilumln und Jupan along the
whole io-ifct of Kwangtung I'cnlnsula
wus coniluded in over two years, name
ly from .May, 1001, to August 20, 1800
Moreover, all the floating mines dis
covered wcie disposed of, but nnvlgat
oi8 lu those waters uro still requested
lo pay attention towards mines,
Aicoidlng to Intelligence received lu
u certain quartet, the Itusslau authori
ties ut Vladivostok uio endeavoring to
clear off mines In that direction by
employing two largo mid soveriil small
vessels. Tho w'orlc will bo completed
Tho suit of John F, Colburn vs. Lin
YlckCo. for $300 damages for allow
ing a pond at IJwa to becomo over
giowu with weeds, was dismissed in
Judgj Do Holt's court this morning
lor lack of piosecutlon.
A special venlrn of.twimtv luroin
for the remainder of thu cilmlnal term
lu Judge Lindsay's court has been or
dered, retiiinnhlu Monduy. '
Tom Johnson Says
College Profs. LU
Cleveland, O, Oct. 10. Mayor Tom
L. Johnson In mi Intcivluw with I'io
lessor (l.itib, iiuo of tho thcologlrtil In
htriu tiim of tho University of Chicago,
usscited tint Hint Institution tcuclie
Ho said that every time he hiiiid ol
the iiiilvcislty hu wiui leinlnded of ,i
iiiiiii with a h.ild hujd ,mnl wig lr
could nut help hut bclluv'e that Itucldi
fuller, whn puys half the insiltuilouV
hills, mum have Miiiieihlng to say nui '
Hinlng Ihii IhliigH liuiKht time
I'liifessiii' HiiIim Hilled nil III" Mu)il
today u gi hhiiii liifoi imiiIIdh nliuiilj
jaas fsa. tr
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tho stieet rnllwuy situation, Tho Mny
vr suggested that ho thought that thn
university teachcis vveiu nut allowed
In deal with inch questions. Professor
fintos denied that such was the lase,
inserting thnt they were puifectly fioa
think us they liked,
"If ou keep abreast of the times mid
cny what you think concerning soclul
mid H)lllli-ul conditions joii would low
jour Job," said the Muor. "If yon
study political economy and say what
you think uu strike ut youi endow
ments. I have no lovu for the Chlcugo
1'lilverslty It teaches lies Wlmmivn
1 hear It mentioned I think of a buhl
I'H.iiU'd iiiiiii with u vvlg."
Thu piofesnor hald that lloclcefellur
doej nut pay menu than half the mil
"Don't von think Hint a man whu
I h half )inir hllU ought to hnvu
omeihliiii in suy about vvluil ini
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them and they cost no more than the
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