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Territory of Hawaii, )
Country of Oahu. )
C. U IIOCKUS. Hitstncss Manager !
of tbo nui.i.irriN ruiii.isiiiNO com'
l'ANY. I.IMITi:n. bring Ilrst duly
warn, on oath deposes and taa: I
That tho following In a truo and cor
rect statement of circulation for tho I
week ending Nov lot It. l'Jflfi. of Iho
Dally mill Weekly IMItlons of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 10 2657
Monday, Nov. 12 2380
Tueiday, Nov, 13 2405
Wedneiday, Nov. 14 2387
Thursday, Nov. 15 2415
Friday, Nov. 16 2364
Average dally circulation 2434
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 13, 1000 . ...2490
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ..1098
combined guaranteed average
circulation . . . . 1021
RULLKTIN I'UIII.IHHINO CO., LTD.
by c. a. HOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me IhlM 17fh day of Nv
(BI2AM vcnibcr. Anno Domini. 1500.
I'. H. nURNOTTi:.
Notary Public, l-'lrst Judlc'al ClrculL
Nov .:, idol
Thanks lo tiie efforts of District At
tornej llreekons. tralllr In women has
erj materially decreased unit Inlu
tlons of the law In Ihl respect have
When land Is owned up for settle
ment there should be an absolute sup
ply of water In sight. Wntor rights
nnd guatnnti'cs do not ulwns furnlHli
the valuable and necessary fluid, with
out which imps mav he ruined
night hours a day Is evidently In
right for I'orto Itlc.m laborers If tho
American Federation in manage It.
Then the same prlvllcgo must bo ex
tended to the I'lll.'ilnns. I'crhnps i Is
JuH as well that Mr .ludd Is only bung
ing a sample lot with him
For n common seiuo business propo
sition It seems strange that plantations
lue not prcvlouslv pooled their Issues
In tho matter of purchasing lugs fer
tillrrri nnd such other commodities i&
arc needed by nil, anil whit It tan bo
cccnrcd cheaper In largo lots or In
That more American ships of eon
lnyrce arc nrcdel Is acknowledged on
till sides Hut what some of tho middle-wot
st ttestnen will not concede
Is that they ennnet be made to pay uu-l
lei-s vessel oft iters get a bounty, or
home other equivalent, to compensate
them against the lower wages paid to
tall orb b owners of foreign vessels
Suggestions for Increased Territor
ial appropriations arc being made with
the usual hicnul.il regularity At the
same time there Is a renuirknblo ah
Fence of any recommendations for in
ctcaslng the revenue to meet tho pro
posed greater expenditures. The estab
lishment of a sinking fund vvlirrcw!t!i
lo repay tho Territorial debt Is the Ilrst
thing to be done
Probably the London or New Yorl!
of the future Pacific will not spring
up In lliwall. Tho comparatively
small size and limited resouites of this
Territory forbid Hut a larger and
more prosperous city will dev elope
hern, not alone as the market of stead
ily Increasing domestic Imports and
cxuoits. hut ns Iho lialf-way-liousn be
tween America, Asia and Australia at
which every traversing ship will natur
ally call In exact necordiinco with
this expansion of Pacific trudo will ho
the development of Honolulu
The morning paper seems to be mak
ing nn unusual effurt to piejudlco tho
Sheriff election icioiint or to piiijudho
the court. Iho dirty Insinuations
against Clerk Hulfiinileau may lo nude,
perhaps, simply for Iho sake of nddliu
another II lo Hh tiumicc cestui campaign
slogan That two peoplo know tho
combination to a safe seems hardly
I'Xcuto enough for Iho use of advertis
ing typo In tho nows columns Peoplo
think that the Hherlff'g shoo must bo
I'lnrhlng a pretty gouty old foot some
wheio up In the inn lean laundry shop,!
where tho dirty linen is washed out
1IELI' FROM PLANTERS
It li certainly reassuring to learn
from Laud Commissioner Pratt that
the planlutlnn lutcrosU of Hawaii ur
iralltl'iK Hint It will bo In their Inter
etits to u Id their emplcijeea In the nc
qulsllon of liumtii. If this ho I rue, then
n Hurt In Iho battlo for Iho Aiiierlenii
tuition of IIhwhII huts heui niuila
While rhiiitatlon leaves ennnot be in
terfered with until tho tortus of their
expiration, a mutual understanding be
tween the planters and tho ndmlulstrn
tlon will go ,i Ion; nay to solve tin.'
dlftlcutt rroblcm thai confronts Da
wall and enable Us more speedy exe
cution Complaint tins been rife upon the
land question. On tho one hand, those
who would bo settlors hao clalmcb
that they cant.ot gel the opportunlt)
.to secure land To this tho Adminis
tration has ansvvcicd that more latin
tins been aken up In recent jears than
tver before, and that applications nro
piling up In the I .a ml Commissioner'!
office Hut no don't want them plllni!
up We want to see them nctcd upon.
If the Commissioner were to publish
n list, Kiting the, names of nppllcanls,
that who had been located, the area al
lotted to each, the area applied for am,
the reasons for their non-allotment,
wo believe that mitcli of the expressed'
dissatisfaction would appear to hnvo
1'roni time to time tho public Is (old
that settlers want to locate here, thcro
end elsewhere lint why don't thcyl
Ifg the clerical forces 'and the funds at
the disposal of Mr. Pratt arc Insuffi
cient, now- Is his lime to b.ij so, before
the Legislature meets, so that mem-bcrs-cloet
can dlscuis tho subject nna
be pictiarod for action In February li
the force In the Survey Department Is
unable lo tope with any extra deniunrti
that may hae been made upon It. then
let the people know- this nlso and our
legislators will be prepjred to meet i
request for uddIllon.il nppropilatlons
for that department. Hut what has
been done Is tho first thing to nmkn
known, not promlcs for tho future,
nor the fait Hut applications arc In
crcalng What the people wnnt nrc results.
SUPERVISORS OF OAHU
After faithful service and the ac
complishment of good work, tho llri-t
Ho ttd of Supervisors of the County ot
Oahu will soon retire. When they took
hold of their duties It was with a rush,
unl) ten das nftcr they were elected to
cfllco and when ever) thing was now lo
them That they have been more than'
successful, In the ordinary meaning o.'
that word, is universally acknowledged,
nnd It Is fortunate fur this, the most
Important county in tho Territory, that
our affairs wero placed In such able,
competcntnndtrustworthy hands. Thel
policy has been one of business from
stitt to finish, nnd each member of tho
Ilo-ird of Supervisors of the County ol
Oahu may go out of olllco feeling that
he lias rendered n faithful account or
his stewntdshlp to his fellow citizens.
During tho remaining six week ot
their term of oflho tho present fiupoi
lsors should see to It that sonic sur
plus of funds Is left for the Incoming
Uoircl. We dp not believe In the pol
icy adopted In the County of Hawaii,
where the outgoing Iloinl seems de
termined to spend every dollar that Is
In sight up to December 31st. leaving
their successors with nothing but n
Ida nl, balance sheet to start the New
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
Lunalilo Street $50.00
Kaplolanl Street , 26.25
McCully Street 25,00
Cor, Klnau and Pensacola Sts.. 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
huuanu Street 50 00
Matlock Avenue ,.,,, 25.00
Nuuanu Street , 50.00
A house and lot In Manoa Valley,
suitable for nmall family. House will
be completed In two weeks.
Gash or Installments
Particulars at our office.
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Merchant SL'
1 v A
j-ViT V tocs; w
Year. In doing this the Hnwnll Coun
ty oulclnls aro creating a period of
credit, which must be tided over until
such time as that county ran leech c
Us first regular Installment of funds
for the New Year through the Treas
ury Department In Honolulu It may
mean unpaid wages for labor, which
will crealo n hardship. The law does
not call for the expenditure of the conn
ty funds within the given period fori
which the nrc nllotted nnd, tho adop-j
tlon of such n policy, merely for the.
sikc of spending money, H a wrong)
NEXT COMMERCIAL COiNGRESS
Who can select, or cen suggest.
better place or a mote npptoprlatc l-
cation for the next Arr.erlcv.i Commri
clal Convention than Hawaii? Anil
let It be called the trans-l'aclflc Com
Hero wc nrc situated In the mltldl'
of tho Pacific Ocean, with the whole
of the Pacific Coast of the Unllci'
States on ono side of us nnd the entire
Eastern Asiatic seaboard on the other
sldo of us. American possessions dot
ting the Pacific nearly nil around us,
and Amcrlctn steamers carrying tli
lommrrcc of tho different Trans-Pacific
countries for barter, cxrhango nnd
At present Hawaii has little, outsldn
of Its sugar, lo offer In the markets ot
the world, henco our Independence ol
commercial rlvnlr) and our proper se
lection as the natural mvctlng ground
for merchants, manufacturers, export
era, importers, financiers, statesmen
nnd representatives of labor. All shouli.'
Join In such n Congress and all should
he Invited. Who will take the Inltl.v
the? It seems to ho n big undertak
ing but It Is certainly worth considera
tion at the hands of our Piomotluii
JAPAN'S NAVAL DREAM
Vletorla, II. C, Oct L Advlcei were
iceelved today by the1 steamer Heller
opium that the Japanese Nnvnl De
partment had dec hied upon n nnvnl
ptogrnm for Iho Improvement of the
Jnpnncso navy, Iho expansion to cover
n period of eight years. Tho Diet Is
nskeil to vole JI35,nno,O0O for Iho pur
pose, or which $12,(1011,1100 will he used
lo icpalr present vessel, among thorn
the farmer nusslnn vessels captured
ami raised. Many vessels now In ser
vice will bo replaced.
The ptogrnm for the iinvol depart
ment will ho lo have n battleship
squadron of eight vessels, tepresenl
Ing the strongest and newest typos:
two armored cruiser squadrons of
right ships rneh nnd Ihreo fnst cruis
er squadrons of four ships each, ropro
tenting a program of shipbuilding for
tho next decade.
Kxtcnslvo mltltnry maneuver will
bo held near Kokurn by tho Japanese
army, the main consideration being
given to practice -In engineering work)
Tho inancuvcru will he held privately,
not oven foreign ultachoH being per
mitted to attend.
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
lots of your home and belongings from
fire. Insure today and sleep well to
night. A proportionately small sum
will guarantee you protection. Wo Is
sue best policies.
938 FORT ST.
OUR FALL SHOWING OF
It now complete and awalta your in
There's CRAVCNETTC LONG
COATS and 34 COATS in all colors
and three styles, Fitted Back, Semi
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 a large line of 8KIRT8 al
all prices and In many styles and ma
There's Just what you want If you
want anything at all In Ready-made
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Nerve us or
Sick Headache, Poor Appe'lte, Cos
tiveneti or General Weakness
needs tho Hitters to maho hor well
again. It hns cured thousand in
tho past 50 years. In canes of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
sirnds first. Try r bottle.
Matthews Objects To
Being Waked In
MntlhuwH, thu curio shop man, ob
Jeets t" having his sleep Interrupted
at night by other Inmates of the build
ing playing tag in the halls. Tho chief
effender, ho believes, Is llllcn Kalel
Aona, Tuesday night, It appears. I-J-lrn
was entertaining a parly of friends
In her apartments In the Star block.
(In and dago red wcra plentiful, and
Mien and her friends made more noiso
limn was seemly at that time or night
Matthew h remonstrated. Ho catno to
IJIen's door nnd objected strenuously.
.MntthowH Is deaf, very deaf. Hut ho
e Id not need his speaking trumpet to
hear I liu racket.
Ae-eordlng to Ills tory, however. Kl
len did not tako his icmonstrnnccH In
r kindly spirit. She Ihieatened to
c boko him. As she Is several slies
hrgcr than tho Utile man, there Is not
tiueh questiona lo her ability to per
form tho (vatlf slio should try, so
MntthowH len(vli'asty retreat. And
then i:ilcn nnd her rrjends went out In
Iho hall and played tn.
Yesterday morning a patrol wngon"
appeared at tbe'door to convoy IJllcti
to tho police station, but Kllcn declin
ed. If sho were going there, It ruust
be In n back. And n hack It was.
MutthewH was on hand at tho Pn
lleo Court brlghj and early this morn
ing to seo Jtistlro'donc to tbo disturb
ers of his peaceful slumbers. He wns
busy, very busy, telling his tnlo of wot
to whomever would listen, illicit wns
there, too 8he wbh unrepennnt. Also
tho was tickled. Tho' sight or her
victim trotting about affected her rlH
shies. i:ih n laughed.
When her easo waa cnllcd sho walk
ed Jauntily up ami Informed Iho Judge
Unit sho would like a conllnitnnco to
nllow her to get nn attorney. Thu
enso "was set for next Monday, and
Mnllhcvvs will bavo lo content his
roul with nntlclpntlohs or the rcvcngo
lie hopes lo have-,
Pablo Allsea told tho Court how hoi
happened to get carved up as If, ns ho
i-ald, his carver had been whittling a
board. Tho man who did tho carving,,
be said, wns Manuel do Jesus, who
was assisted by Alalorla Carpa. It
was nt a dance given at tho houno ot
Mr. elo Jesus on Nuuanu street that j
Ilia affair occurred, on the night of
Hatnrday, November 10. Pablo wentj
thcro na an Invited gttosl, not suspect
ing that Iho laws of hospitality wore
lo ho violated In such unseemly man
ner Ho hnd had no previous troitblu
Mill Jesus or Carpa, nnd oven up U
tho moment when tho former Inter
iiiptcd his conversation with two la
dies by pulling n razor from his poekot
nnd Hlnshlng him on tho head, tho af
fair had been n regular lovo-feast. i
Ono slash did not satisfy tho blood.,
Iblisty soul of Manuel do Jesus. Thoi
razor bioko at tho first stiokc, hut.i
pulling a knlfo from his pocket, while
Carpa held Pablo, do Jesus piocecdcdl
lo whittle bis head as If It wcic n
board. Hevcu bad cuts wns tho total
when ho finally wearied or his spoit. I
Manuel do .leans and Alaloilu Carpal
told their storlcH, nnd after tho Judge '
hnd considered tho matter, ho ills I
e barged thu latter ami committed elc '
Jr-iun lo the Circuit Court. I
Malrn Colon tho Por'ei lllia'i, was
hiouglit Into Pollen Court this morning
lo answer to rharges of assault with
Intent to kill, nnd burglary. Tho Jap-,
ancte mini ami woman, victims of the
knlfo supposed to havo been used h)
tho Porto llUau, vvcio iiblo nt lust to!
Iruto the lioHpllal, and uppeared us Iho'
ciiinpliiluliiK witnesses, Doth wero pulol
uud weak, 1 1 (tin their wounds mid louu
May In tlii hospital 'I lie woman, who1
I Is a iiiiiM ut I lie Japanese hospital, lj
The one event of the year that de
pend largely upon the dinner for a
worthy celebration. Can we help you 7
Look over this list and see.
CURTICE BROS. MllNCEMEAT (the best made); GORDON A DILWORTH PLUM PUDDING ,
(the richest and choicest made); FRUIT CAKE, In 1 and 51b. tins; FANCY PRESERVES (fruits of 2
all kinds); CRANBERRY 3AUCE, BRANDY FRUITS, 8WEET PICKLED FRUITS, BOILED CIDER, i
SWEET CIDER, NEW ASSORTED NUTS, OLIVE8 (all sizes and kinds); FANCY CHEESES, i
LEHNHARDT'S A8SORTED CANDIES, RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON, ORANGE PEEL and LEM- 1
ON PEEL. ;
FINE HOLIDAY BON-BONS (Holiday crackers) j
Henry May & Co., Ltd.j
RETAIL, MAIN 22 TELEPHONES WHOLESALE D2
n pretty little thing in tho Jap.ineo
style of prcttlncrs.
The Ja.ianoso man who wns stabbed
I old his story of how he as awakened
by n mnnntcrlng his room. Ho snvv
tho Intruder making off with n satchel,
and made an nltcmpt to stop him, re
ceiving a knlfo thrust from the fellow.
Ho nevertheless rnttgbt him by Ihc
leg, hut wns unable to hold him, nnd
the Intruler got nwny, taking the grip
Colon ncled as his own lavvjer, ask
ing a few questions In cross exnmlnn
t'ou, that seemed to lead novvhero nnd
elicited no new Information,
On this (barge Colon was commuted'
to Iho Circuit Court.
The woman did not give her testi
mony today. Tho phjslelan who at
tended her told his story ami the ca.o
was continued to Saturday, ns was also
the briiglary ch.iige,
DAV1E DliDAl SIS
'Iho ilc-ith of H. M. Divio, third offi
cer of Ihn transport Thomas, Just ns
that vessel wns approaching port on
I'rlday night, cast a great gloom
over every ono on board tho vessel.
Divio had been on tbo Thomas fur
three jeuts, and was one of the inott
popular officers of Iho transport sct
vlie. When tho transport left Nngiitakt
he complained of feeling III, and thu
i hip's -iiirgeon, Dr. Charles L. Foster,
wanted to perform nn operation for
appendicitis. Dnvla refused l pcimlt
the operation, nnd although ho wu's ablu
lo move about tho ship and attend to
his ditties, It was apparent to nil em
licnul the vessel that ho was u very
last Fildny Davlo was laken with
ii violent attack of peritonitis, and
finally mqulesccd to tho ilocloi'H or
ders to have nn operation performed
At 0 o'clock that night the engines ot
the ship wero stopped, and the opera
lion toerk place about midnight. Davie
came out from tho effects of tho anaes
thetics and regained full consciousness,
(lo knew his end was near nnd nskca
lo oeo his comrades on tho ship. They
rushed to his room, and while they nil'
Btood about him, bowed with grief, I.e
ipilctly passed away.
Captain Lyman, thn commander nt
tho Thomas, was greatly affected by
tho death of tho young officer, who, he
said, had a htllllnnl future in stora for
him. What makes the death of Davlo
ut Ocularly sad, is tho fact that his
voting sister Is now on her way front
Hoston, expecting to meet her brother
and with him go to the Philippines on
tho Thomas when sho sails from this
port on December 5. Call.
II, 8, Weather flurrau,
Nov. 'i'i, 190U.
Temperatures 6 a. m., Ti; 8 n. m,
75; Hi a. in., 7G; noon, 80; moining
Uuiomctcr, 8 a. m., 2!), 95; nhsolulo
I inutility, 8 u, in., 7. 185 ginlns per ru
l.le foot, lelatlvu humidity, S a. m.,
SD per cent.; dnw point, 8 a, in., 08,
Wind l! a, in., velocity 9, direction
bK; 8 a. in, velocll) 7, direction MI,
10 a. m velocity 8, direction Nil;
noon, velocity 15, dlieitlou Nil.
Rainfall dining VI hours ended
t a. m Traeo.
Total wind movement during 21
touts ended at noon I'll mile
WM. n. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, United Stale
A girl named Anna Malltqmll was
IuoiikIiI down fiiini l.iihutnu this iimiii
lug iiml eoiiiiiillli'd lo the' ItiKiiiiu usy-linn
CREAM PURE RYE
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Hotel Street Store
Are You In Doubt
A3 TO WHAT TO BUY TOR A
JU8T ALLOW U3 TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HANr
Tnlo year They're all the Rage.
We have an Immense stock of all
kinds. Silver and Cold, Set with Dia
monds, Rubles and Other Stones,
The Weekly IMItluu uf thu llvrulnk
lliillctln gives a cninpli'tfi summary of
tho nswa ot tho day, For Hi a yejr,
AND THEr DSPOT FOR BOS5 OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by the two last stiain
era 160 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMA3
CARDS and CALENDARS; GIFT
Books; TOYS; TOYS; TOYS. Every
child should have the Latest Till!
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSCVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come early before they are all gor.C.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
J. M. Davis
8EWINO MACHINE REPAIRER
126 FORTOT, near BERErAHIA.
(Jewing mar.hlnrs for sle.
ir.L. MAIN 11.
Exquisite llaudpjliited Aloha Gouvsnlr
Calfndaii,, 'lapan, Mats, Baskets,
rant, nrtKH9, Pottery
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