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tf the nuLiuvriK pttni.iHiiiNn com
T-ANY. LLUnr.I). being first duly
sworn, on oith deposes and sa)s:
lhat tho following Is a true and cor
rect stntcment of circulation for the
"week ending No lfith lOnfi of the
Dally and Weekly IMIilons of th
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 10 . 2657
Monday, Nov. 12 . 2383
Tuesday, Nov. 13 .2405
Wednesday, Nov. 14 .2387
Thursday, Nov. 15 . .
Friday, Nov. 16. .
'Average dally circulation
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
.Tuesday, Nov. 13, 1906 2490
Number of weekNes delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1098
omblned guaranteed average
BULLKTIN rUULISHlNO CO., LTD.
by C. O. HOCKU8,
Subscribed and sworn to b-
fore me this 17th day of No-
vember, Anno Domini l'JOfi.
r. H. nunNITTTE,
Notary Puhllc. First Judical Circuit.
NOV 20. l'Jin.
Home of the defeated polltlr.il eand.
dates begin, to think that they got on
pretty chenpl) after nil
Wheu the local w cither bureau it
aide to make forecasts. Its Service will
bo of more general Interest to the peo
ple. Tho Increase at railroad constiuctloii
on this island dors not Indicate nny
fear for the future jirnsneill) of 1 In
While the blind husband of .Mnilami
Cnlvc will le nbto to enjo) nit the
wealth of the I'renoh i-lngcr's notes, lit
will not be Inflicted with the mouth cf
An Agricultural Collego In this Tei
rltory ought to be a mkcc-hs from Hie
innrt, and It will bo a good thing I'M
home of the rising B-neratlon to leu '.
1 It is to bo hopesl that tho Connillil.it
rd Pineapple linluxlrj will Increase
111 tho number of cans produced as rap
idly, nnd In the same ration, ns Its cap
Ital liiix Increased
Kor an example of the use, nnd mcl
for, Amcrlcnn shipping, mil Washing
ton statesmen need onl) turn to Ha
wall 'where our entire commerce Is
practically larrled under the American
An examination of tho envelope eon
talnlng Candidate Nukalcka's resigna
tion to the Attorney tlcncrnl would li.
dleato whether It had been carried
around In his pocket for u month, or II
might lie used ns lontrlbutlvo evidence
The guards nt Oahu Prison seem to
have just as little dlfllculty in letting
Francisco Ixiper esrapc as ho has In
getting away. Just for n change, am'
to'seo how It would work, it might he
a good plan to mako the guards work
out some of thoso extra scntcnce3 that
are piled up on Lopez' nicoiint
N'ow that a recount of tho Hherlti
yota -lias-lu'eii-decldod upon, and the
moot points of murklng bnllots nro tu
be definitely decided by tho Supreme
Court, there should bo general satis
faction among nil voters Tho ruling'
of tho. Court, moreover, will ho of In
fnlte value to all Inspietors at future
i It Is Batlsfattoiy lo know that both
he Federal niiM Trirltorlal health an
Ihorllles ure UI.Iiib steps to kiiiiiii
f gains tho introduction of yellow fevci
nto Hawaii Should IJuropcnn Iminl
grants ho biouisht hero dliecl by tills
route, how over, our chain on of Infcc
Hon would he Kreal,tr than If the meant
crs first vvmt to San I'rnnclscu. How
t-ver, I)r, Cofcr and .Mr I'lnkhnm luivo
he couflduico nf tfie iicoplu "f llonolu
In, cm Ins to tliclr former ood unci till
,Not Lnrlnn to wilt foi asBlotanco fron
theJ-Vdcral government, tho HiivvalMii
Commercial and Biicur Company Imb
Jrtmobt completed the icuistriirtlon nf i '
.tirMltvvater at Kiihulul 'I his will ill i
j.hlo tho lurt'o blciuiicis of thu 'Iclmun
e::5:";Sl0,Hi,;it WHmIiim Trust 0i LM..
viilorprlu on Urn puit of iilnnintlui'i
.HM'IIH lliu li'Mlliwii
iiiliuiH lh" linilherii kmcI nf lliittiil
iMJjtBflj'fetf'i rlWkhfSii n'
Attorney Jurtd seems to be getting
I 11.. l.Mli.,- nf IIim Mnnlln hnnnra nflrl
I all When he first went to the Philip
Mrtpa thn Htillnil nrp tlipro mftiln n
no'Mn' nnlURht upon our Inboi
-lngcnt. because he refused to tell them
Mils business and declined to he Intel-
Mewed Hostilities extended ccn k
lh Mnnll i Chamber of Commerce
which ling been cry vigorously sal
,,ow n "I1"" "' tho Philippine Commls
on ,, wlllch 6ta(cs tlml ,10sc n
I IiImh. iKn r.ns-M.. Ifnn nil iiii.Ia- lt.n
J". , "" , '" """ ' ""-1
futlicrl) guidance and protection of
Mr .Imlil ought to bo congratulated
OUR ELECTION LAW.
Willi the possible exception of tho
County clc( I Ion of 1901, there hns not
been one ilettlon held In the Territory
"' l'attn1' nl Mch n '" Pulsion
" ,ul -" uiu mi numm
SJIrlcrlng oaths have been compiled
with This Is n bold statement to mnko
but It Is nevertheless true. Tho law
irevonts compliance with tho law.
The election rules, approved under
the Organic Act, were nmended by tho
Legislature r 100.1 without the sanc
tion of Congress. The change made
Vvns a harmless one mid In no way af
fected tho dutlcM of thu Ilnnrds of Keg
Utratlon, to which It referred. Under
becllon 4, however, the Hoards aro di
rected to meet for registration pur
loses up to the Tenth day of October.
Section 28 provides that the nomina
tion papers of candidates shall bo
signed by "not less than twenty-five
Hiily oiiallficd electors"
This car t'io
rumination papers of candidates to tho
Legislature closed on the clMh (lav of
October, or three dajs beforo the
llonrds of Heglslratlon had completed
their work It was, therefore. Impos
sible to ascertain whether tho signa
tures ntlached to auj of tho nomina
tion papers from the other Islands
were those of duly qualified electors.
I'lrhnim pome of the signers had not
lieglstered until nfter attaching their
j names to the papers of the candidate j,
lend thM Is quite probable bernuse, on
West Hawaii for Instance, whero
stenuer comiuiinlcntlnn Is the less fie
quent. tho nomination papers might bo
malted at least a week before the clos
ing day and when the Hoard of llegls-
nation there had one third of Its du
ties still to perform.
It Is provided that, In tho center of
the lid of each ballot, box, there shall
be an nperture of not more than three
Inches In length, nnd not over one
quarter of an Inch In width It Is also
provided that tho ballot, to be druppod
through this aperture, shall be foldod
twice. Hut in the ease tho County
election, nnd In tho rifth representa
tive District In the last election, the
Lnllots win u folded as prescribed by
luvv could not possibly bo Inserted
through tho nperture authorized by
law, and hail to be folded a third and
a fourth lime.
These may appear to be trilling dls-
J. H. HERT3CHE... .General Manager
Lunalllo Street $5000
Kapiolanl Street 26.25
McCully Sy-eet 2500
Cor, Kinau and Pensacola Sis., 2500
Emma Street 12.50
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect Street 30.00
King Street 35.00
Aloha Lane 1500
Matlork Avenue 36.00
Muanu Street 5000
Matlock Avenue 25.00
Nuuanu Street . . 50.00
A house and lot In Manoa Valley,
suitable for small family. House will
be completed In two weeks.
Rash or installments
Particulars at our olfice,
Corner Fort and Merchant SL
V i 1 VAOTrMW,lwiAc"
jAjaJ- VTr. stooK' oho asostss.
3jfpC $.4 lnvtiTHeT .-.tNua Ainn
crepanclcs but they nro given ns In
stances to show tho need for a thor-
cugn revision oi ing ciecuon laws in
tho Territory. In other respects the
rules can bo simplified, condensed and
rearranged to advantage. On the oilier I
hand, new provisions could be added t
that would bo a greater safeguard In
tho preparation, handling and distri
bution of tho ballots before they ate
placed In the hands of tho otcrs. As
to the booths, these should bo uniform'
throughout the Terrllory, They should
Lc larger, lighter and of moro modern
construction, or else should be entire
lj abolished In favor of some other nr-
iniigcmcnt. Inspectors should not he
a four ear term for
ninny mid olivlous reasons, one of
which la the rapidity with which man)
of the oters of Ilnwall, oven Including
Inspectors nrc apt to change their po
ll leal faith, and thus a Hoard might it
rne election bo composed of three rep
icsentntlvcs of the same party where
as, at the previous election, they rep
resented three different parlies.
The Territorial Legislature Is now
iniilhnrlzod by Congress to amend and
tevlse Us election laws. If this he
done nl the session of 190ft, tho work
should be commenced Immediately
that the members are reported to bo
iead for business. Tho conimltleo In
whoso hnnils tho work Is placed will
have long and millions duties, and
both lirnnrhes of the Legislature nro
likely to discuss every proposed
change nt length.
Oiv more suggestion may not be out
of place nnd that Is the establishment
of an election bureau under some one.
rfuclnl, satisfactory to all political par
ties, and decidedly not n cnndldnto for
tfllce, who will bo nbovo party Influ
ence and a lion participant In nctlva
1-olltlcs Iteglstratlon could then bo
permitted tho )cnr round, election rec
ords should bo avnllablu for compara
tive and statistical purposes, such doc
uments being kept outside of the seal
ed package which can only bo opened
by a Justice of the Supremo Court
nnd which should (inly contain tho bal
lots that have been used nnd which
tuny Inter bo needed In eases of con
test or nllegcd Irregulnrlty. In ordT
to effect such reforms tho Legislature
l.iust be prepared to mako n much
moro liberal appropriation Hut the
expenditure would, wc believe, ho np
ii lived hy tho people ns money will
spent In nffoullng to voters tho sim
plest, most convenient and most adapt
able methods for facilitating nnd con
serving tho sacred rights of the voters
of the Territory nt tho bnllot boxes.
Admiral Ooorgo Dewey. In tlio'un
timely death nf "Hob," his brown bull
terrier, hns lost ono of his best friends
Ho wns ono of tho most famous oi
American dogs. Kor several years past
their dally wnlks together have shown
tho deep affection between tho two. The
rnnlne had been left at n fashlonuble
dog boarding house during tho absence
of tho Admiral nnd Mrs. Dowry nt
Hlchflcld Springs. "Boh" wns eclzeii
with hemorrhages about a week nM
and notwithstanding he received thu
Lest of attention, died during the night.
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Worry affects the nerves, and pro
duces loss of appetite and dyspepsia.
Keep your nerves In good condition
by eliminating worry. A fire Insur
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loss of your home and belongings from
fire. Insure today and sleep well to
night. A proportionately small sum
will guaranteo you protection, We Is
cue best policies.'
938 FORT 8T.
OUR FALL SHOWING OF
it now complete and awaits your In
There's CRAVENETTE LONG
COATS and 3-4 COAT8 In alt colors
and three styles, Fitted Back, Seml-
Fltted Back and Loose Back.
There's JACKETS In similar styles
There's TAILOR-MADE SUITS In
ti e latest cuts and in many varieties
There's a large line of SKIRTS at
all prices and In many styles and ma
terials. There's Just what you want If you
want anything at all In Ready-made I
Medical Men Feast At
The final business session of the I la
wiill Territorial Medical Association
wns held )cstcrday altcrnoon nt the
Unlverslt) Ciuh and was followed In
the evening with a banquet. The most
Important work of the dny was the
election of officers for tho castling )car,
which resulted ns follows: President
Dr A tl. Ilodglhs; vice president, Dr
A N Sinclair, secretary and treasurer
Dr. V II Ilumphrls. Executive com
mittee, Dr II. V. Murray, Dr. i:. 8
During the afternoon papers were
rend on the following subjects:
"The Importance of Krco Nasal He
splrallon and the Consequences of
Nasal Diminution".. Dr. K. ArinltJgi
"The Window detection for Devia
tion of the Septum" .,,
Dr. W. (I. Rogers
"A I,cpi(i3 -like Disease of Mils Dc-
cumnnus" ....Dr.lt W. Hrlnckcrhofi
"The ITso of Ilnths, Especially Medi
cated Hatha, In the Treatment of
Leprosy" Dr, II. T. Ilollmnn
"Quarantine nnd Immigration" ....
Dr. C. Ha mud
"Some Observations on Surgery In
Honolulu" Dr. J. II. Judo
, Ineidlnncr nt the University Clia
In the evening wns n most successful
uffnir. The general color scheme for
the decoration wns )cllow unit green
rhr)snnthcmuins nnd ferns predomina
ting on the large round tahlo and glv
lug a rich nnd beautiful effect. Tin
menu wns inviting nnd wns a ciedll lc
tho cuisine even of the t'nlvcrsll)
Dr Wn)son, tho retiring luesldcnt
of the Association, ucted us toastmas.
tcr and the following toasts- were re
Fpoudeil to by those present:
"Tho American Medical Assotla
lion" Dr A. W. Morton.
"rim United States Marine Hospi
tal Service" Passed Assl. Surgeon I.
"The Nav)" Pasicd Asst. Surgeon
Charles O. Smith
"Tio Army" Asst. Surgeon Itobert
"Tho Country, poclor" Dr. t'harlijs
It, McLean. ,;, t
."SitrBory;1 nrrHrtotd D Wood.
"Medicine," Dr. Charles U. Cooper
The Cadlcs'-lDr. Edward, Armltigc
The mpsl Interesting m dress of the
evening wns pronibly that cf Dr. A. W
.Morton of San Francisco, who respond
nl to tho toast of tho Amcrlcnn Medi
cal Assorhtlon. He was strong In lilt
praise of Honolulu both from n medical
standpoint and from that of a visitor.
Morton Perfected Theory
Among tho pasBcngera who depart
cil this morning In tho Siberia was Dr.
A. W .Morton, who returns to his homo
In Han l'ranclsco after spending a vu
ration In this city. Morton Is tho chief
surgeon for the Santa l'o Railroad and
c professor of surgery at tho San
rrunclsco College of i'lijuldaits and
Dr. Morton'o visit hero wns most op
portune, ns It coincided with tho an
nual tucctlng of the Medical Assoela
'ion. Local medicos thercforo bad an
opportunity to enjoy sovsral Instruct
ive exhibitions of Dr. Morton's vvoilt
with medullary narcosis method ol
uniicsthcsla Demonstrations were giv
en by him at tho clinic held by the'"" sullly ns tho rest, to they contilb
Association, vvhllo tho Doctor also per-
lornied several prlvnto operations un
der this method during bis Btay.
Dr. Morton took up medullary nar
(ohIs ns soon as It was dlsrovcrod, nnd
perfected the technique. By tills ays -
tern an Injection of a corulno prcpaia-
lion into tho npnrn surrounding the
iplnal column produces utter absence
iroiiupnln during an operation, while
tbo patient still ictalns ills conscious
ness Dr Moilon has pcrfotmed
ubout J.00O cases under this method.
(Wireless Kpcdul to Hulk Un)
Illlo, Nov 20. Mm. Kuhllo II "li l
Mil. llapil ivjb tho lf o( MalkaliM,
Ihpil who in employed at (he Illlo
Market She wan an aunt of ARsltum
'I rejsitrci Henry llapal
Mrs Smith "Is theie any good n-i-non
wh) n shiiuld Intlln Unit vviimnii
In Join tho towing lulu?" Mrs, Jones
"Yes, li Is tin. wlfu nf it pMiililmill
Celestial Population Was
Present En Masse
Judge Whitney's court this mornlnii
lecked like the Insldo of n Joss house
It was full of Chinese, Celestials of all
ages nnd degrees of servitude. 'I hem
vvcro Chinamen with shoes nnd Chilis
men without, Chinamen with iicatl
shaven heads, In honor of tho orrnkloti .
and Chlnnmcn who looked ns If the) ,
had never made this nctiualntincc of n
barber. Practically tho entire space In '
the rmm wns taken up with Celestials
and their numerous lawjer.
A large !arl of tho plg-tnlled vlidti-rs
were present ns the result of several
nlds made by the police jeaterd.i) ;
There- was ono bunch of eight who wero
gathered In yesterday afternoon on lh
charge of selling opium. There were!
nine Chinese- charged with gnmhllnj.
Officer Apana was responsible for thell '
Ung Ivor nnd Leong Chco were up
on tho chargo of nssnnlt nnd b.illerj '
on the snered person of Wong Tuck
and they and tho prosecuting witness)
teemed to have all their friends and
relatives present to nld them. Also,
they had cornered the attorney market
anil eacn sine 10 ine eimiruvcrsy n
tcprt scnted by nn iirrny of legal tnlrni '
that would bankrupt tho ordinary whit
The first ense called was that of Clni
enco Itohlnson. Clarence had been
drunk and wns caught at It. lie ad
milled the fact himself. The Judge
handed the colored gentleman the usual
package, threo and costs.
Mr Andrude announced that S.mili
Vln r.l,firf-ml .villi liiilnir Intltllm.t titf-
' " " '- '"-I
freely, was still In tho liodptlal ns the
result nf vnld Itn'illilng. He thougn
she had been vtilflrlently punished, and
moved that the ciiko he stricken.
1 he ehnrgo ngnlnst 1. Sanders, of us
iiutt nnd hnttcry, wns also drnpiicil
from the ralendar. It being Muled that
the orfenso had ocenrrcd on the high
teas and thnt thcrefnro tho court hail
llcllliroii, also rharged with nssnu'.t
got off as easily. County Attorney An
drnde stated that tho prcnccutlng wit
ness had had a change of heart and ro
fused to sjiprar. r ,
'The cae of Ung Kow and Tedlu '
Chee, charged with assault and battery,
has been dragging along In t'ollroCouu
for jvrccks. The assaulL'was nllegcd In
have been committed on September 2'J
In the Chinese theater on Llllha strett
It wna determined lo get rid of It thin I
morning, co the rnscs ng.ilns( A. I'
Taj lor wero .nostponcd until nflernoon
to m,ako room for It.
When thn various defendants nnd
witnesses look their places, (hey weni
hrromp inled hy an Imposing nrrii) u!
counsel. I-rnnk Thompron and Mr. '
i 1'eternm nsslrtrd tho prosecution, and
It'liiicnco Ashfoid and I.'. W Sutto-i i
were iouiivcI for thu defense
Wong Tuck, the prosecuting witness. .
I look the stnnd nnd proceeded to try to
1 tell the long and sad story of his llfi
I but Thompson shut him off with Hi"
Ldvhc In tell bis story "scntcntloutly ' '
I srntenlloiisly wns the word
Wong Tuck told the court that with
nut any provocation on his purl, while i
I ho was In the theater listening to the
j Inspiring strains of Chinese music
i mid watching with awe-struck eyes the
thrilling drama being emitted on the'
'mage, he vvns wantonly assaulted by!
I lie defendants, Iong Chco and Un,
Kovv. dice, ho said, assaulted hlu
twice on tho chest, vvhllo to mako th'
mnttcr woiso, Kow held him by th I
neck and then throw him down on tuj
floor and Btcpped on him!
Other vvltucssos told various talc '
arylng iiceurdlug to tho hide they rep i
Ksented. Tho Judgo listened to them I
and then gave It up and dibchnigcd the I
Nino names, etch beginning with llinl
uistnmar Ah, wero on tho ralendar
ojiposltn tho charge of gambling. Thi
were tho result of a raid ramie by Oil!
ccr Apanii, All but one entered pleas I
of guilty, nnd tho judgo thought him ,
uted $! and costs uplceo In tho sliaps
of lines nnd wero allowed to depart In
Tho ciibca of tho ChlnchO chargeu I
ttl"' wWhk opium wero continued to'
1 Jov ember :
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OEX, published in the Qa-turdly Bull '
tin and tho Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and completn rssumo of all le
gr.l notices, calls for tinders, judrf
ments, building permits and real es
tats transactions. Evening Bulletin, i
75i per month. Weekly Bulletin, i
81 per year '
nt. 1..1.1 i i i.. ..ii
ii.u .,-!. iiDiumaiiiiiK mil in i-iih in un
(i rniiiny Is the wrath of tbo limles
icopto of Kfabcn and of Ib-rllii nl tho
Kinjip girls nnd their wedding gar-.
mi ills 'Hie rlcliiut lieliessPK In ter
miinj nro blamed for liking tho lueaii
0m the jioor nun's month They
have made their own wedding clothes
! ! i i n.
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER
1290 PORT BT, near OERE TANIA.
Sewing machines for !.
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LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
702 904. NUUANU 8TRECT. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS.
Wouldn't hdp you to fin d a better, larger and as low priced
an assortment of Chinese goods to select from, as we are now
There Isn't an article In this list that wouldn't make a suit,
able present for your friend: Chinese Crcekeryware, Mattings,
Vases, Chinese and Japaness Ivory and Silverware, Dren OHks,
Doyllca, Handkerchiefs and Grass Linen goods In all colors.
We invite your Inspection of goods.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
"94 J NUUANU ST.
FOOL AOOOD llgW
'HsV KnowJ That .. 1H
I &UfMm I Ralnlcr Bottling' Works
: l I Phone White 1331.
Hotel Street Store
Are You In Doubt
AS TO WHAT TO DUY FOR A
JUST ALLOW US TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HAND
This year They're all the Rarjc,
We have an Immense stock of alt
kinds. Silver and Gold, Set with Dla.
monds, Rubles and Other Stones,
Because WALL, NICHOLS
LTD., received by the two last steam
ers 163 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young: XMAS
.,.. ,. rAiBrjriAnn- niBT
W.-...WW ...iu wr,Mii.',i.v , .. .
Booke: TOYS: TOYS: TOYS. Every
child should have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come early before they arc all gon,
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Thu Wuilily iMltlnu of lln lirculiiK
Ilullelln lihoa a iniuietn fiiiuiiinrr of
1 1 tin newu of llin (U). Pot SI )''
" -Miffifrlh -kfatiii4tni m Jk!ltlKt
To China i
AND THE DSPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Our SODA WATER satisfies
the drinker, because It Is real
coda and Is always served re.
freslilngly cool. Why not try
It? You will be comfortably
seated while partaking here. C
Honolulu Drug Co.,
If you want a pretty new
purse or bag In fine leatlt
er here's your chance.
Theso are all the moU
popular leathers and
THERE'S A TINE A0SORTMLHT
TO CHOOSE TROM.
Hawaiian News Co,,
YOUNG BLDG. and MERCHANT ST.
REAL ESTATE FOH SA'.E.
S Building lots in Manoa Valley, 1 2
sere each, J10C0 a lot.
Beautiful site, braoJng air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Icl'phoue 1An 40. P 0. B9 1ft,
?1S I ORT tit
HTOLK AND ROfID nROKHn,
MtiMDLR HONOLULU STOCK AND
llliinh bniil.s nt u! sorts, IrdKom
tic , miinufni Hired by lliu Ilullelln I'uU