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lffij - - - - ' EVENING BULLETIN. H0NOLtJI.U, T.H..MONPW. NOV. 19.1J06.
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WALLACE', R. FARRINQTON. Editor)!1" " the Hawaiian group, and If any- I
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polulu aa second elate matter.
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tf the BULLETIN I'UULISIIINQ COM
PANY, LIMITED, being first duly
sworn, on oath deposea and Buys:
That the following la a true and cor
rcct itatement uf circulation for the
week ending Nov. lGtli, IMC, of the
Dally and Weekly Editions of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Nov. 10 26571
Nov. 12 2380
Nov. 13 2405
Nov 4 2387
Nov. 15... 2415i
Nov. 16 2364
Average dally circulation 2434 )
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 13, 1906 2490
Number of weefcrlea delivered on
the leland of Hawaii alone.... 1098
omblned guaranteed average
BULLETIN VUULIHHINO CO., LTD.
by C. Q. BOCKUS.
Subsorlbod and sworn to be
fore me this 17th day of No
JSEAL vembeK Anno Domini. 190.
P. H. BUHNETTE,
Notary Public, First Judlc'al Circuit.
.NOV. 19, ISO
This Is Planters' week.
H did not take the doctors long to
get out of qtinruntlne yesterday.
Doth Republican und Democratic
loosters should becm.exblbltlon iitliexl
month's poultry show.
, ..Not content with writing about China
'. tor the last half century. Jim the Pen
man has now begun to talk about that
We believe that the medlcul frn--lerulty
will not hesitate to operate up
on the good things set before tin in at
llllo Is lo have standard time. 1'liU
will be haul upon tho people wbu have
- ' had tho clock to blume when tardiness
Sn getting home at night.
.The fact thut all the ngular lino
- ktenmers from Australia bring frozen
mutton to Honolulu do:s not speak en-
couraglngly of our runche.
N The man who used a hatchet un the
bead of a negro should hava exercised
better Judgment nnd aimed at the col
ored gentleman's shin bone.
Up to date there Is no Indication ot
war breaklne oht between Messrs
Hums nn tl Hen-iliall In the rival llllo
papeis under iiicir control.
When those musical Instruments got
back the bpeculators should be willing
to play the rolo of an ungellc host to
tho band boys und give them u luati'.
'. , - -s
Kdltor Henshnll has discovered that
there Is a sidewalk problem In llllo.
Ha tails to state, however, whether he
made the discovery in the daytime oi
.The United States Supreme Court
.beems to be In a fair way to become ac
quainted with tho loo for litigation
thut characterizes the people of Ha
, , i j
'The apparent efforts of the present
r Board of Supervisors, In tho County ot
Hawaii, to turn over .an empty treas
ury to their successors In otllce Is by
no means to their credit.
Isn't It nbout time thut Immigration
. Agent Judd arrived with bis I'lllnlpu
' laborers? It would be well-for Com-
J -lnlssloner Sargent to havu?au oppor-
4-"tunlty to size tiiem up, i '
-"Let us hope that there Is truth III the
Snn Francisco report thut the Ameri
can-Hawaiian Steamship Hue will es
tablish Its headquarters in Honolulu
This should compel consideration ot
the need for u drydock at this port.
"There will never be another I'gls
.laturu In lluwall with onu 'lone Demo
;raL,M llllo Herald
'' Perhaps not, but (here are likely to)
be many legislature j without any Dem
ocrats ut ull, .
If 1111 yultempt Is made 10 dvptlvu
Mr. Chlllltigwnith of his Mt In the
'Heiiuto, must he bused iill'lliti iikii1
iiilible, und wo iln not believe lliut any
ciintiiillliMof his piers winilil rtpuit III
fatur uf kiicli ui lion.
Thre she-.ild he n r4 rttni1inp
! at the Governor' oir.ee next Mor.diy
t0 dlt!cu'' thp L-r.a! exchange propo-i
UUil l UU I.UI Yi.Ulk UIIULUei IkiHUtl
iimif tan ue none iu pieci.t ine mi."
cultural and pastoral, destruction ot
I Lnnnl, even by some concession on the
, part f the Territory, there should be
little public objection. Hotter returns
will ultimately be iibtnlnnblu by some
present sacrifice than by n pulley ot
obstruction thut will exclude nil ulti
mate Territorial advantage.
Whatever Secretary II. 1. Wood, ot
lh Pioinotlon Committee, does, unit
whcinter he goes, he l"iiws truces 01
good work :iiiumpllsliiMt tor llaunll. Itn
bus ;i lliuiuitfili Rias.n of bis subject, ho
Ik inlereitlitl In Its development, nuu
In: knows that bis cause Is :i good our.
bached up by IncontiiMcrtlble argu
mentswhether of health, weather, cli
mate, rest or rccn-atlun When E. 1).
Tenney Induced Mr Wood to liuve San
Diego lo ndvucatii the greater churma
of Honolulu, .Mr Tenney knew hn bnu
the light man to do the right work.
CUBA AND THE PLANTERS
As the Sugar Planters' Association
holds the teiiler of the 'nibllc stage this
week, It Is to be hoped that Its mem.
I '"'r.i will baM) n full nnd open dlsctis-
slon of the Cuban Bltuutloii, us nffect-
'"K Hawaii, and also of the Japanese
labor problem, Isith of which subjects
ore of direct personal Interest to eV'
erjone of our citizens, l'roin a purely
business fitauripolnt the planters no
doubt will have something to say be
bind closed doors, but we believe that
they should, und wo hope that they
will, let the people know their views as
to the probability of Cuban annexation
nnd the possible effects of such a pol
icy upon the Territory of Hawaii,
As to their course of procedure, ii
any, and what steps they may deem It
nt cent! ry to take to urgu the mainten
ance of Cuban Independence, the best
rcsuljs can probably be secured by n
present policy of silence. Time, how-
ver, will show what lias been done
and wu cun rest assured that tho sugar
planters of Hawaii do not Intend to
let their business suffer without a burn
struggle. As Delegate Kulilo needs no
help fiom this end on the Refund Dili
proposition, all the greater energy can
be concentrated upon the Cuban ques
tion when the time Is opportune.
THE FOOT OF FORT STREET
I'rom the viewpoint of convenience
to, and protection of, tho business In-
tcrcfts of Honolulu, Superintendent
Hollowny Is right In his effort to keep
the approach to the Fort street whan
and shed clear of ull obstruction. Ev
ery year, from now on, will show more
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
! IIMalltH AMM
taMna.nw a,b eau.uu
Kapjolanl Street 26.25
MeCully Street 25.00
Cor. Klnau and Pentacola Sti.. 25.00
Emma' Street 12.50
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect Street 30.00
King Street . . 35.00
Aloha Lane , , , 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
IVuuanu 8treet 60.00
Matlock Avenue 25.00
Nuuanu Street . . , 50,00
A houie and lot In Manoa Vailey,
tuitanie for email family. House will
be completed In two weeks.
Caih or Installments
Particulars at our office.
Hinr) Walerhouse Trust Go,, LtJ.,
Corner Fort mid Merchant 8U
j?C VJ . TO0K -OND BftOKlRS,
-TXT 1 Vf; a-IWVItlMMt 1liUMCt AfllNT
and nore - oncen- d 'ocdltlcta on tie
v:atcrfront. Trr.ni-raclfle comnLcree Is
Increasing rapidly, vItli Honolulu a
natural stopping place. Within a
cctiplo of month tho Tchtuntepec line
v.-!Il be In operation, t,-c sre gettlnc
raerc tcsner? here evfry rnsr.th frt:
Australia snd Japin and v,-!th tho near
er lEsrsach to ectncktlcn cf the Pas-
ana canal, cur hatbar is l!l;eiy to bj
mere than f.llfd v.-itli shipping anJ,
commerce It Is Mr. HolloT,-ay s duty
as a Territorial official, to ctudy ana
be EUlded by such conditions I
On the other hand, Captain Slattery
Is acting from the Federnl standpoint
of protection to shipmasters and ship
owners. The greater the facilities for.
iigiiting our iinriior ami warning ap
proaching vessels of their proximity to
the shore, so much the less hesitation
will there be on the part of owners and
rhlppers in charteilng essels ami
Mllppltij' rnrgiiM in this port or In
(omliig Inn- for coal and other sup
plies It would. piihupK, have been
well for Captain Slattery to huo llrst
consulted the Territorial otlicluls he-
lore nuking bin plana to lit a elte. the
pouesslou ol which he had not r.c
qulred. If Improved appearance can
bo combined with Improved utility then
tho gain is two fold, but to limit an np-
proicb to n wharf to an Oghl-foot pas-
ragewuy can hardly be classed :H 11
great public convenience In view of the
possibilities of thu future commerce 01
We aru not aware (bat Mr. Hollo
way has even professed to be nn cxpeit
In lighthouse work, hut we doubt
whether Captain Slattvry's lermc ot
' rldlvulous" and "absolute Ignorance'
will be endorsed by his superiors or
tend much to a settlement of the sub
ject under discussion, nlthough the
Governor does try to ptepare the wuy
for an amicable adjustment while de
fending bis Territorial olllclal from be
ing proclaimed as antagonistic to thu
work. And there Is one more point
Since the Fort street wharf has been
cleared of ull unsightly objects und peo
ple can see right out to thu ocean us
they walk down that street, there has
been u growing disposition to keep the
whaif there fieo from ull obstructions,
of whatever character, and among these
wc may class both sheds und lighthouse
The Pacific Publishing Company of
llllo has Died articles of Incorporation
with Territorial Treasurer Campbell
Thu capital stuck Is set at $1000, dl
ldcd In 20(1 shares.
The company is organized. It Is sta
ted, for tho purpose of publishing thu
Kn Kilobnna b l:a Malamalatua, as u
wcek'ly or dally paper and of doing
Job printing and other business coni'
mon in a newspaper office.
Tho officers of thu company are J.
F. Woods, president; D. E. Metzger,
vice president; T. J. Hyan, secretary;
J. A. M. Osorlo, treasurer; O. T. Ship
Tho Weekly Kdltlon or tba KTenlng
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
ha news of tbe day. Cor 81 year.
NewCure for Dyspepsia
Worry affects the nerves, and pro
duces lose of appetite and dyspepela.
Keep your nervea In good condition
by eliminating worry. A .fire Insur
ance polcy will protect you against
lots of your home and belongings from
fire. Insure today and aleep well to
night A proportionately email sum
will guarantee you protection. We Is
sue beet 'policies.
938 FORT ST.
OUR FALL SHOWING OF
Is now complete and awaits your In
spection, There's CRAVENETTE LONG
COATS and 3-4 COATS in all colors
and three atylee, Fitted Back, Semi
Fitted Back and Loose Back.
There's JACKETS In similar atylee.
There'a TAILOR-MADE SUITS In
ti e lateet cute and In many varieties
There'a a large line of 8KIRT8 at
all prices and In many styles and ma.
There's Just what you want If you
want anything at all In Ready-made
10 PAPER INCORPORATES
Might Be Brought Here
By Ships Of Line
DAY MOSQUITO SAME
AS FOUND IN PANAMA
LITTLE TEAR OF TROUDLC, AS
SHIPS WILL COME VIA
The Terrltotlal and (iovernmeiit
Health onlcl.iU ure not allowing any
grass lo grow under their feat In the
m.itler of safeguarding this city Irom
the outside. The latest matter to be
coiiHldered Is guarding ngalnM yellow
fever'bclng brought hero from Mexico
when the American-Hawaiian steam
ers commence to usu the Mexican Na
tional railroad to take their sugar
ucroia by the Tehatiutepec route.
White tho local health officials do not
frar any terlous difficulty they wish
to be prepared lor un) thing that might
come and have started to study the
There is only one reason which
mukes It at all likely thut yellow fever
might obtain u foothold In this Tcr
rltoiy. That Is tho fact that we havt
the yellow fever mosquito here already
und ull that he needs In order to spread
the disease Is to bo Inoculated wltn
the virus. Tho so-called yellow fever
mosquito Is uo other than our old
friend, the day mosquito, who carries
n 'number ot white bars on his oack,
and laitli by his color and tho pccullart"ry Lydla E. rinkham'a Vegetable Com
:,.., ..r i.i. i.i, i. .li ,i...i .1 rxmndsaMtreMrt,anIaratc-dyavvell
shnrpnos of his bite Is easily dlstln
gu lulled from the ordlnury or night a
rlety. Ilu Is exactly the same mosquito ns
the one which unread the yellow fever
through the Isthmus of Panama and
which bus fought so hard ugalmd the
building uf the Panama canal. He
seems to be peculiarly fitted for the
work of spreading tho fever nnd th
Work of the local health department
will be to sco that ho docs not get n
chance to get In this evil work here.
lit speaking of the matter President
Plnkham, "of the Hoard of Health, said:
"Yes, the matter of keeping out yet-
low. fever link been talked over with D. Duiighcrty, or Honolulu, to the Pun
me by Dr.CJfer,:. of the Marine HoB-fneuo Tenuis Club, was brought to a
pltal service. J He wished to make a llnlsh last week,
trip to tho pof t In Mexico from which I There were four pluycrs left In the
the American-Hawaiian ships will salt
but thero Is no appropriation to pay for
my expenses und I bavo no money to
pay them with, myself.
"We do nol 'consider that there wlli
bo any gient (danger of yellow fever
coming here from thu American-Hawaiian
ships us they will all of them
go by way of San Francisco und will be
carefully looked after thero before be
ing allowed lo enter the port
"Tho only reason that we have more
lo fear from the yellow Jack than Sun
Francisco Is on account of our mosqui
toes here, which they do not have in
San Francisco. We do not anticipate
any trouble, however, and will take ev
ery nieratitlon to see thut nono can oc
cur." A prominent Mason Is to auction off
the boxe3 at tho Opera House for tho
two productions uf "Mrs. Wlggs of tho
Cabbage Patch" for Thursday and Sat.
unlay ocnlngs of this week. The box
plan Was opened today ut Wall
Nichols' store und t he exchange
of tickets for reserved seatB was quite
Contrary to some expectations "Mr.
Wlggs of tho Cabbago Patch" Is not
a young peoplo'g play or entertain
ment. It is a play which Is now mak
ing one of thu biggest bits of thu sea
son on tho mainland with Madge Cnrr
Cook, one of tho best character act
lessen on tho stage, In tho leading
rolo. It Is said that Mrs, Cook has
rlmost immortalized some of Mrs.
Wlggs' saying, such as theso:
"If I wasn't so stovo up and nobody
wasn't looliln', I'd Jes' skitter 'round
this hero yard like a colt."
"Ain't nothlu' the matter with me,
Hilly; I'm Jes' woro out, that's all.
It'll bo with mo like It was with Un
cle Ned's old ox, I reckon. Uo kep'
agoln' and agoln' till he died a-staud-in'
up an' even then they had lo push
There Is, near to tho Thtirlnglau
mnimcr resort, Traitenscp, u unions
and locally celebrated phenomenon,
i amely, tho lloajlng Island which dis
torts Itself, at will, now on this and
row on thut side of thu llaittsue, u
rtmill and charmingly situated lake.
At I lie present moment tho purlpalellu
Utile Isluiul has elected lo "moot" II
iclr ulnugitlilu of t lio public high road.
Thu Utile Isluiul has uUo lis nwii llor.i,
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
KIDNEY JRODBLESiCREAM PURE RYE
iicrcasinz Aneae Women, But
SflHcrctt Wcefl Wot Despair
THE BEST ADVICE IS FREE
Of all the diseases knoTrn, with which
the female organism U nfUUtod, kidney
liieasc Is tho most fatal, and statistics
ihow that this disease is on the lncrcass
Unless early and correct treatment ll
applied the 'patient seldom survives
when once the disease Is fastened upon
her. We believe Lydla D. Pinkham's '
Vegetable Compound Is the most effi
cient treatment, for chronic kidney
troubles of women, and Is the only med
icine especially prepared for this I
iVhen a woman Is troubled with pain 1
or weight In loins, backache, frequent,
painful or scaldlug urination, swelling .
of limbs or feet, swelling1 under the
eyes, an uneasy, tired feellnfr In the '
region of the 'kidneys or notices a
sediment In the urine, she should
lose no time In commencing treatment
wltn l.yaia ti. l'lnuimms vegetable
Compound, as it may be tho means of
saving her life.
For proof, rend what L-ydla E. PInle
ham's Vegetable Compound did for Mrs.
" I rsnnot exprcm the terrible suffering I
had to endure. A derangement of the f cmnle
organs developed nervoun prostration nnd
erlous kidney trouble. The doctor attended
me for a year, but I kept getting worse, until
1 w as unatilo to do anything, and I made up
I w as unatilo to no anything, and I made up
mr mind I rotild not five. 1 finally derided
woman. Icnnnotnratw It too b cblv. and I
tell evcrr suffering woman about my cose."
Mrs. Emma Sawyer, Cunyers, Oa.
Mrs. Plnkham gives free ndvlco to
women s address In confidence, Lyaa,
MAUI PIAVS fOlt
Putinclic, .Mntil, Nov. II!. The contest
Uor thu silver .cup presented by Mr. Jus,
' Benil. finals, vlt: Messrs, F. F. Ualdwln,
J. V. Stentton, M. Simpson nnd J. C.
SlmpKon defeated ll.ildwln nnd Stev
enson bent Medclros,
Steveuron and Simpson met in the
finals, starling fiom Hie same mark,
StevcnMin won, (!-J, C-u, ti-1, und took
thu mutch mid cup. Thu score, by
games, was no criterion of tho match,
us many of thu games went to deuce
nnd vantage. Simpson played u pluck)
game, hut was ouulnssed.
Kdllor Evening Uulletln: There
teems to bo u whole lot of talk and
difference in opinions, that I would
llko to tell thu whole affair and how
It happened. First, tho referee claim
td I made a loul nnd tho frcu kick waR
t, warded to thu soldiers. After Iho ball
was kicked (!co. Desha took tho bull
down tho fluid mid In doing so one of
the soldiers stuck out his foot und trip
ped Ocorge. I said to Alfred Wlllhims,
who wns playing along sldo of me:
"Doesn't that look llkcr tripping?" Im
mediately after I'd said It rcfureq
comes up and sa)s to mo: "Nono of
that or else I'll put you off tho Held.'
I m.swered and said: "Never mind,
I'll talk us much us I like Just so I
don't talk to jou or cast any remarks
nlio.it you at thu time af play" und also
told htm to mind his business and I
would mind my own." And with this
he tilled me off the field.
EDWIN K, FERNANDEZ.
For tho colonies, per S. S. Moana
Nov 17. Dr. Piers llatluu ami wife, .1
A. Dove, John lirowster.
Thos. D. McKay Etatcs that wljhlu
CO days Honolulu will have a iccoin
Influx of tnuiUts f 1 0111 thu Oileut, Ho
thinks that new steuinuhlp lines will
soon go Into ttuiiH-l'aclllc- business
W. W. Almna A Co. donated 12.G0 mid I
M.s. nilnckerhon- )3 , the band relic.
fund, the unu.unts c. edited to their'
names In Filduy'a Issue li-'lni; en on-
tuijiiib iiuiii iimk tin iiiu iiiiiui'uiuiciy
rdjiice.it mainland, The great even
uf thu year Is thu "Vulkafvat'' held u
on (ho Island every Ascuusluu Day,
whet dancing und "hutwiirat citing,'
wnehiil down by Him ohlljinlnry hert,
Iu Hid unliii ol the day
M.!rW.BJVBjBBJW "i'O "TO'A
M Iwfa sBHestaflajeaW 'Jsl V ivwki
f JMrJ.Emma Sawyer 1
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and 'Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
902-004 NUUANU 8TREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERB AND OEALER8 IN FINE WINE3 & LIQUORS.
Wouldn't help you to find a better, larger and as low priced
an assortment of Chinese goods to celect from, as we ate now
There Isn't an article In this list that wouldn't make a cult,
able present for your friend: Chlncce Crockeryware, Mattlnyo,
Vacec, Chinese and Japanese Ivory and Silverware, Drc;o Silks,
Doylies, Handkerchiefs and Grass Linen fjoeds In all coloio.
We Invite your Inspection of goods.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
94 J NUUANU ST.
J I A AllWt'C
. LANDU b
Hotel Street Store
In Fall Creations
Characteristic of Superi
ority and originality In
design and workmanship.
OUR PRE8ENT STOCK OF ORNA.
MENTAL COMBO 18 EX-
AND THE PRICES ARE MODERATE.
Call and See Them.
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by tho two last steam
era 168 Casec of TOYS and HOLIDAY
cl's ,hn!,0r ?Ai'i?Sr?AUni!? X!pt
Soo"k.f TOY8I. TSvorTOvl' EvTry
child should have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOQEV.CLT BEAR BOOK.
Como early before they aro all (jor.e.
'Walt, Nichols Go,,
J. M. Davis
6BWINQ MACHINE MUHAt1BH,
1Jfl P0IT T. riser UPHHTANlAi
Sewing machines fur niii
TrU., MAIN 117.
h BKaff Vs9eaW amTiaa I
1 1 root, XaooD Iflan 1
To China 2 I
NEW LINE OF
AND THE DiPOT FOR B083 OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
a. .- .
Our SODA WATER satisfies
tluVdrrnlceriftftuse It Is real'
soda and la, always served re-.'
frecnlngly cool. Why not try
It? ,,You will be comfortably
fe seated while partaklny here, c
Honolulu Drug do ,
If you want a pretty new
puree or bag In fine leath
er here's your chance.
Theso are all the most
popular leathers and
THERE'S A FINE ASSORTMENT
TO CHOOSE FROM.
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BLDO. and MERCHANT ST.
REAL ESTATE FOB SAIE.'
S Building lots in Minoa Valley, 12
acre each, 1C00 a lot.
Beautiful site, hracxng air, magnifi
Albert F. Afnng,
Telephone Main W. P. O, Ux 795,
032 FOHT 8T.
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