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Dally nnd Weekly Kdlllons of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 10 2057
Monday, Nov. 12 2380
Tuesday, Nov. 13 2405
Wednesday, Nov. 14 2387
Thursday, Nov. 15 2415
Friday, Nov. 16 2364
Average dally circulation 2434
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 13, 1906 2490
Number of weeklies delivered on
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fore me this 17th day of No.
SAL! vember, Anno Domini, 1900.
P. 11. DUUNBTTE.
Notary Public, Klrst Judlc'al Circuit.
NOV. 21, ItiOii,
Attacks upon the Pope are ns cow
ardly as they nre uncalled for.
Sargent Is coming and the band is1
coming but nut u word about Jack.
For 2000 years the self-gratulatlon ot
the Pharisee has remained unchanged.
- Work on tho roads began ngaln this
morning. It Rhoiibl never hac b?cn
Having paid n vllt to Porto Hint It
Is clearly up to the President to nunc
to Hawaii during the long recess next
So Cohen Is the nngel after all. Never
mind, so long ns the boys, get lure
Wo'll all te glad to see the band wien
on parade next week.
If there were only n few more candi
dates like I. 11 McClniinhan, the elec
tion campaigns throughout Hawaii
would bo much more lively.
Hnwall Is not alono in Its touch nl
stormy weather nt this time of tho
year, hut It Is fortunate In that It te
so slight as to be hardly noticeable.
And the latest dispatch ntnoiit Com
missioner Sargent Is that he Is coming
here to Investigate Immigration mat
ters, not to see the Portuguese land.
With snow falling In Kansas nnd thd
thiimometcr ranging from setvnty .o
eighty degrees In Honolulu, thero
should be little hesitation In selecting
a winter residence.
From the turkey on the cover to Its
final article about pheasants, Tho Hlack
nnd (lolil Is certainly fcasonable nun
suggestive of u placo In overy houto
hold at this Thanksgiving time.
Ilepubllciins must look forward to
homo hard political work during the
next two years, The Democratic party
has secured a strong foothold even
though the ticket slashers do come buck
Into tho fold.
From Hlb) wo learn that a lack ot
lunda has Impeded Justice In tho Kona
Circuit court. We ro glad that Ila
wa I "can "point to (Ills as Hid "reason,
becnuso It is usually n supcrahunilauec
offuuds that Impedes Justice.
,So Uio County recount Is In ltd fol
lowed by a Legislative recount In both
House and Senate. This Is not an un
mixed blessing becautc, with a revision
of tho election law on hand ami appro
priations to pass, thero will bn thr
leas time for foolish legislation. It
means busliicus from the Hurt
Alex. Robertson, with thai rcllcenio
for which he has long been famous
has departed theso shores without tak
ing even his friends Into Ills confidence
Whether on business or plcasuio bent
Mr. lloberUou will lertulnly cnny
good w I alien finni Hawaii that he iiim)
enjoy lift well-eaineil change. Aim
some day ho will tomo back heie wlth
O.ut a hint o( lilt Intent Ion to do to, and
(i'lkont llobrrUou will bn found at
I lie old rnrnrrt and at hit old MamU.
H I' "' U-IU'H I l.l in I
The Rujar Trust bus been umvlriixi
of iirooptliiK liii.ooo in irhulmi limn
(in New Yoik rmiirm railroad. Ilia
how iiiiiih lias It rwillv i-c el vwl fiun.
nil NllMMilitt Duly nm-lec'iilli of a
l H pttUIUl rbiit Ml HII HUlllini IIMI
jT uf tutUW IUIW VWM WIWII Ull l
tomo of $210,000 n year from this source
of HIpRltlmntc frotlt nlone, nnd $2,FU0.
000 In ten years, Hut the Trust docs
blRRcr things tlinn Hint, nnil the moat
minnylng part of the conviction to the
' Trust must bo that the amount no far
Involved in such n little one. Hut let us
hope the punishment will be made to lit
t the criminal nnd not the extent of the
I crime In this Inttance.
PLANTERS AT WORK.
Planters have prcpnrcd n good pro
gram, nnd one which means hard work
fur their three dnys' session, without
Inking Into consideration sundry en
IcrtnlnnicntH to lighten their Inhort.
President llaldwln, though not at yes
tcrdiy's session, touched upon thioa
very Important topics the labor quo
Hon. the limit of arable land nnd hi'
tensive cultivation, and Just whlcn
one of thee may be regarded as the
ino.it Importnnt It Is dlillrull to say,
In trying to arrive at n solution oi
the labor question slnre nnncxntloti
planters have expended hundreds o!
thoiisnndi of dollars. Omitting the
t'hlncse. us uti Impossible future (Vic
tor. It is certain that good service has
been obtained from their more north
rrn Asiatic brethren In plantation
work. Whether some of the objections
that have been raised to the Japanese
could, or rou Id not, be overcome. Is
for those to decide who are engaged In
the business of producing sugar. The
Japanese does his work well, ho Is
quirk to learn, slicks to the long hours
mid Is seldom unreasonable. Hut the
main drawback recently has been ths
disposition he has shown to migratory
habits, n desire to leave hero for the
Of course there Is nothing to provcnl
the Japanese from doing tills. Con
tract labor Is at an end so far ns Ha-
wa" '" concerned, nnd the Inducement
"f belter wages elsewhere Is nn nttruc-
lltm to other laborers than field labor-
t rs. nnd to Americans iib well iih ta
Japanese, And California Is certainly
paying better wages than Hawaii can
do at tho present time, so why shotiln
tho .Inpanesn bo blamed for fccllns
that touch of human nature, n desire
for more money and belter conditions,
that exists within every ono of us. Per
haps some slightly nddltlonnl cITort to
make the surroundings of the Jnpaurso
hero more comfortable, or somo prom:
ised financial gain for thoso who do le
liialn. nnd give long and faithful tor-
v'i'e- would tend to keep them as per-
What tho Jnpancso hnvo been doing
tho Portuguese hnvo also been doing.
Hundicds of theso homo makers bavi
left llnwull becauso they believe that
they can better their conditions on Hit
mainland. Undoubtedly they will,.
much ns we dislike to see (hem go. Stll
Iherc nro others of their countrymen
coming here and wo should sen thai
they stay hero. Wo do not believe In
n superabundance of labor of nny one
nationality, and for this reason wc
hhnll anxiously watch the experiment
that Is to he tried with the Filipino
worker, which Is so warmly approved
by tho Phlllpplno Commission. For
J, H. HERTSCHE.... General Manager
KiTID , .
V l1- rjUlC?lilIHUIHl4nlAl'Tl.
'rA4"!.00 -" ""
'xT' V't;l'"""" lMiuAtKn,
Lunalllo Street $50,00
Kapiolanl Street 26.25
McCully Street 25.00
Cor, Klnau and Pensacola 8ts,, 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
tVuuami Street i 60 00
Matlock Avenue 25.00
Nuuanu Street , . ,i 50,00
i A haiur jnd o In Mrfito Valley,
soluble for nmj family. Home will
be completed In lwi weeks,
1 Gh or Installments
Parllculari u our otli-c.
Hnry Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Corner M and Merchant H(j
the Flllplnoa themselves the change
thould decidedly be ono for tho better,
that Is If they have the ability to grasp
nnd appreciate It. Some there nre who
fear that we shall simply be Instructing
them In sugar culture for the bcncllt w
their fellow Islanders when the devel
opment of the sugar Industry begins on
ft large scnlo In the Philippines, ns It
undoubtedly will sooner or later; that
its noon ns our Impnrlees have learned
our methods they will leave us to
spread their knowledge In tho larger
Hut thcs.0 nro among tho chances
that the sugar planters of Hnwall havo
taken and must take. They hnvo given
the subject the most serious thought
and consideration, nnd It Is to he hoped
thnt they will ulllmntely succeed In
securing laborers of ono or moic na
tionalities, who will stand by the sugnr
Industry nnd stny with tho Territory
In nn honorable effort to be true and
Just to their employers ns well ns to
themselves. I.nbor nnd capital mtM
work hand In lyind.
WORK WILL BEGIN
AT ONCE ON
COUNTRY CLUB HOUSE
Plans hnvo been nciepted for tin
new Country Club house and work will
bo rushed to completion Just as soon at
The llulldlng Committee has selected
the plans submitted by Contractor
Crnlg and be will do tho work of con
struction, The plans call for n spaclou.
club house, with nil the modern con
vcnlence. The building will contain
Indies' and gentlemen's lounging looms,
a reception room and buffet. Hesldes
thero will be shower baths, dressing
looms and lockers In tho basement. The
building will be surrounded by n wlds
Innnl which will give a beautiful view
of the valley, city and harbor as well.
A kitchen has been provided for uiiil
mcalt will be served when deemed nec
essary. Directly In front of the Club llousj
where they can be overlooked from the
lannl will be the tennis courts. Thero
will be one cement court nnd one dirt
court similar to those of the Herctnuln
club. Tho cement court will bo some
thing new In this country, ulthnucti
they aro very, popular on the Coast. A
cement court has many advantages over
iho ordinary court. They nro nhvajs
In shape, aro clean nnd not affected by
the weather. Tho lines arc Inlaid In
Hie cement and tapes nro not necessary
The new greens at tho club are ni
finished and grass has been planted on
them. Theso greens arc much larger
than any others on locnl courses unn
there are no two tho same. A variety
of putting will be had. Tho inurMi Iv
being rushed so that play can start oh
near tho first of tho year as possible
(Continued from Paac 1.)
degree, received sovero sentences
from .ludgo I.tndsny this morning.
NewCure for Dyspepsia
Worry affects the nerves, and pro
duces loss of appetite and dyspepsia.
Keep your nerves In good condition
by eliminating worry. A fire Insur
ance policy will protect you against
loss of your home and belongings from
fir. Insure today and sleep welt to
night. A proportionately small sum
will guarantee you protection. We Is
sue best policies.
938 FORT ST.
OUR FALL SHOWING OF
i now complete and awaits your in
spection. There's CRAVENETTE LONQ
COATS and 34 COATS In all colors
and three styles, Fitted Back, Qeml
Fitted Back and Loose Back.
There's JACKETS In similar styles.
There's TAILOR-MADE SUIT8 In
ti e latest cuts and in many varieties
There's, large line of SKIRTS at
all prices and In many styles and ma
There's Just what you want If you
want anything at all In Ready-made
! HOPE m THE
A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE.
Mrs. Henrietta A. 8. Marsh, "(81 W.
! Kith Nt., l.os Angeles, Cnl., President
namsn's Jlcncvolent Ass'n, writes:
"I tattered with la grippe tor seven
weekM, and nothing I could do or lak
helped me until I tried I'eruna.
"1 felt at onco that 1 lind at last
secured tho right medicine and 1 kept
steadily Improving. Within threo weeks
I was fully restored, and I sm glad that
I gavo that truly great remedy a trUl.
1 will never bo without It again."
In a letter dated August .11, 1001, Mrs,
Marsh says: "1 have never yet heard
tliocfllcscy of Pcruns qiicslloifftl. W
still uo It. I traveled through. Ken
tucky and Tcnnciwo Ihreo yosrs ago,
wbcrol found I'eruna doing Its .good
work. Much ot It l being used hero '
also." llcnrlcttn A. N. Marsh.
Address Dr. ll.irltn.in, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
For special , directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa Is for sate by the following drug
glcts and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
&. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
They weio given, llvo years nt hard
labor apiece.1- Tlfti Court, compliment
ed W. . Smith, the-. attorney for thev
Ucfcm-p. very highly on Iho mumici
In which ho hail' conducted the ense.
Deputy Attorney Idenornl Fleming up
peared lor th" prosecution,
When tho nicii worn (old to stnnd
up for sentence, Atlorney W. II. Smith
"Your Honor. I wish In ask that In
this ease a light sentenco ho Imposed.
Theso men nro "ijotl hardened criminals
and do not npproclntn Ibo law ns nn
Anglo-Saxon would. In speaking of n
witness yesterdny tho Atlorney Oon
ernl said that ho was not overburdened
with brains. I do not believe thnt
Iheso men hnvo any grent amount ol
bruins, ns wns shown by I be fnct that
they attempted to commit a robbery
In n house In biond day-light and with
people going jnst nil tho time. That
thoy nro not men ot dangerous char
acter Is shown by Hie fnct that they
lied llko-scured rabbltK when delected
nnd did not attempt any resistance
lor carry any dangerous wenpons."
I Judge Lindsay addressing tho prls
l "A few years ago n mnn In this Isl
land never thought of locking the
doors and windows to his housn but
now on account of men of your class
cveryono must protect themselves
with locks. It Is on account of men
such ns you Hint tho Porto Itlcans
hnvo such n bad nuino In this Terri
tory. I believe thntilho Porto Itlcans,
ns a people, nro n'flno and finest race
but you ami men llko you bring shame
to your country. You have done morn
thnn simply dlsgrncu yourselves. In
Hits matter; you hnvo disgraced your
nationality and race."
i WHEN SHOT AT
HIT HIQH PLACES
Sumo ono wl.i objected to luivlni;
bin pronilsPK Inviuloil In tho mlddlo ot
thi' nlRht. or whii potullily took tho In
truder fur a liiirslnr. put to IllKht tin
Adtoillspi- icporlorlnl detpcllvo hist
night about o'clock with n shot from
u revolver Whether bn shot to hit or
nly Into Iho nlr with tho Intention ot
IrlRhtrnlni: llm mlilnlKlit visitor Is mi
ccrlulii. Tho Advertiser mnn did not
iwnlt In sen hut culy hit tho high iUiio.(
until he had put u safe distance be
tween hliiiM-lf ami the mnn with tho
I Arroidini- in llm Advertiser, tho in
! porter whi on the premises of Ah Hon,
looking fur a k.-iniIiIIiik Kma which lie
hoped nt llud riiiinlnc there. M. T
Aliiihhiill, of the I'l'iiplo's KxprosH, who
lives JiihI across Hie liver from All
lion, on Vineyard Mictt. suyu that he
hoard I lie mhouliiiK, uud dues not llilnli
that I he ilioi riiiun (loin Ah lloo'j
hoiico, luti limn linn of Mnliei'iis, who
.Ivts hark or March. ill about ,Vl feel
An to snmblini;, Maralnill, who has
lived uhrrn he now ilo-w for tevcul
trara onyx ili.it nn sameii air runuliiE
in Ah Hihi'ii tinblii, and tin iloyt not
I lilliU 1 lilt t ilium U: evil' Imfii any
Riiinhlluil tlirre Hiimn limn hku, when
llii'ie huh it elm fit Khiiik iiiiiiiIiik "I OK'
inlfi'ii limiMi In Hun niUlihniliiiod. n
I'IiIiiioii nkMd in niiinii'HUlii In Ah Huns
slublti hi WHll fin' lhi liTljjls nf ilixuha
I but (list m uu nuuiliiriii lml-'
i EzSSJm : if
WKDNRSDAY. NOV. 21. lOflfi.
The one event of the year that de
pends largely upon the dinner for a
worthy celebration. Can wc help you?
Look over this list and see.
CURTICE BROS. MIINCE-MEAT (the best made); GORDON & DILWORTH PLUM PUDDING
(the richest and choicest made); FRUIT CAKE, In I and 5-lb. tins! FANCY PRESERVES (fruits of
all kinds); CRANDERRY 8AUCE, DRANDY FRUITS, SWEET PICKLED FRUITS, BOILED CIDER,
SWEET CIDER, NEW AS80RTED NUTS, OLIVES (all sizes and kinds); FANCY CHEESES,
LEHNHARDT'8 ASSORTED CANDIES, RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON, ORANGE PEEL and LEM
FINE HOLIDAY BONBONS (Holiday crackers)
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Our SODA WATER satisfies
the drinker, because It Is real
soda and Is always served re.
freshlngly cool. Why not try
It? You will be comfortably
seated while partaking here, e
Honolulu Drug Co.,
i FORT 8T.
will tone you up and make
you feel like a new man when
your stomach Is out of order.
Try a dose at
cor. BETHEL & HOTEL Sts.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
8 Building lata in Msnoa Valley, 1-2
I acre each, 11000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnlfl
. :ent vlaw.
1 Albert F. Afong,
; Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
32 FORT 8T.
STOCK ANP BOND BROKER.
' MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
' wi. i. ibwin t cu., ltd.
AOENTS FOn Till
Hoyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assuranca Co, of London,
Scottish Union 4 National In. Co. ol
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance fcsfio'ratlon, Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdeblq General Insur
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER' PIANO COMPANY
158 AND 158 HOTEL 8TRECT,
Opposite Young Hotel,
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
enr, Cmpia and flerelanla SU. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied,
Contract Work nf rvrry Kind llndsr
taken, Telephone Dlus S1A1,
OF TINE JEWtLRY
NOW ON PIUPLrVr
MAIN 22 TELEPHONES-
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
W2-904 NUUANU 8TREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS' AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
I FOLAGOOI 3p
I S7 irtjM'' c" Al NEL80N' AaCn'
I yiJftMt- I Rainier Bottling Worko.
H g Ijlrm Phone White 1331.
Hotel Street Store
Are You In Doubt
A3 TO WHAT TO BUY FOR A
JUST ALLOW US TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HAND
This year They're all the Rage,
We have an Immense stock of all
klnde, Sliver and Cold, Set with Dia
monds, Rubies and Other Rtonca,
Tim Witvlily IMIiliiu nf Hid I'vi'iilns
IIiiiIi'IIm nlve h miMiein ruininn'y ul
I hi) niwmif m ilay. 'm Ul pu
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DPOT FOR BCSJ OP
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by the two last steam
ers 168 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMAO
CARDS and CALENDARS; GIFT
Books; TOYS; TOYS; TOYS. Every
child should have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come early before they are all gor.9.
Wall, Nichols Co.;
J. M. iavis
8EWINQ MACHINE nePAI'ICR.
1258 FORT OT. near UCnCTANIA.
Sewing machines for tule,
ILL, MAIN 11.
'lunile lUiulpjii-tcil Alolu uviiir
Calniil.iiu. j.in.ik, ,i ik, iWbktli,
'm, Hri6ve, poller
HAWAII & SOUTH DEAD
i w.eai" fgagsp" hi !