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nvnNiNO nUlXRTIN, IIONOIA1MJ. T. II.. FRIDAY. NOV. 2.1. IPnfi
Published Every lwy Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II.. by tho
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WALLACE R. FARRINOTON.. Editor
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3h montiis t .50
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Country of Oahu. )
. C. O IIOUKUS, nuslncss Manager
of the 1H!I.I.1:tIN PUIIMSIllNG COM
PANY, J.IMITIU), being first duly
sworn, nn oath deposes and as:
That tho following Is a truo and cor
rect statement of circulation for tho
'vrck ending Nov Ifilli, lOOfi. of Iho
Dally and Weekly lMltlous ut tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov, 10 2657
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
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1098
omblned guaranteed average
' circulation 1021
BULLETIN PUIII.IHHINO CO., LTD.
by C. 0. IIOCKUS,
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fore inc thin 171b day of No
tKAL ember, Anno Domini. 130(i.
P. II. nUHNUTTK.
Notary Public, Klrst Judlc'al ClrculL
So jHKir Maul Is nUo threatened with
ItH recount troubles,
While the new San Francisco Ik ris
ing, the walls of tho old city lire sllli
Wherever the primary law Is tried
It ultimately results In nliotMiIng the
It Is raid that the planters bad n
very cnjojnble dinner last night with
ii fantastic finish.
I There, Is no moro difference after nil
between ballot and die fa. It Is all
gambling on results.
' Having lined the New York Central
Hallroid and 'ho Sugar Trust for
Ircjches of the liw-, the net thing Ik
to collect the lines
lly the wiiy. was It not Colonel I'ar
kcr who talked about n conversation
he hail with the President- Hut the
Colonel never becamo Governor.
It Is well to seo the liquor men set
ting together to discuss legislation. It
other biiblneas Intciests would be
equally prompt, tho result would bo a
short session and better laws than wc
Sail Francisco also luig Its election
troubles, the validity of the recent elec
tion there being under dlsctibsion on
the ground that the voting mnchlnt-o
were Inaccurate. Here the trouble liar
been that tho machine was regarded us
too accurate. ""
It would seem that the Island ot
Oahu Is not tho only placo where
steamers get Into trouble. Serious
marine fatalities were heard of jester
day from Oregon. France, and l.vo
places In Canada, Vo lannot equal
this for u day's record.
Estimates for appropriations in Ha
waii are nut so large as reported by
cable-. For the construction of bat
teries at Honolulu and Pearl Harbor
the Federal authorities ask $350,000;
for fortification Bites. $2711,100,. and for
Honolulu harbor, $400,000
New corporation laws are piopoca
In California, the Intention being to
IJrst eliminate nil surplus phrases una
erblage. If this tan bo dono and the
laws bo nindo iindcrstamlubln to the
ordinary layman, the Roldcn (Into State
will be worthy of moro universal com
inrndatlon that It Is acquiring througti
the rapid reconstruction of Sin Fran
cisco, Tariff work in Washington will need
watching during tho menu, Immid
lately after Congrats tonvenes, Senator
Cullom Intends to Introduce a Jont
resolution In tho Senate for the appoint
ment of an expert tariff lommlJsioii to
treat the subject In accordance, with
the needs of business and tabor. The
Srmttor withls to take tlio tuilfl out ct
politics and mnko It u practical busi
As ii warning to our young men, we
w (hi Id suggest that they c.iicfully ex
amino the drosses of their hrst girls
for fcml-ioncealrd needles in Penn
sylvania a ynuiis man wuk i neatly ,
silled by being pierced IbroiiEli Ibc
heart with n long iiredio thai hsd been
Mjidi n the front of n young lniyHllH) WalClhOUSB Tfllll bO.i Ltl,
urckh. n iMiiiiiuieii ner witn iiiiiawiriiiii
iimult, i ho iiccdlii niterliiK into ilm
nivlly between Hi prluirdluiu uml thn
limn, rtuuilUlll llomiirrililKoil iuiisiiu
J GOVERNOR CAKTER.
) George II, Cnrtcr has Just closed the
I third year of bis Incumbency ns Gov
jcinor or tho Territory of Hawaii, and
today enters upon tho final year of of
fice under his present commission.
Whether tho (lovernor would accept a
J second teim should It bo offered to
him wo nro not aw arc, nor do wo be
lieve thnt the Governor himself has
given tho matter any consideration.
I I no office Is one not entirely free from
irnrc and In (lovernor Carter's enso It
has been nceompnnled by lll-hcnllh,
.though ho never appeared to be In
better physical condition than ho does
nl the present time. Family ties may
Induce him to retire to private life. On
I the other hand, ho may be urged by
Iticslclcnt Roosevelt to continue his
administrative work hero because, nnd
wc have reason to believe this, tho
President has the utmost confidence
Ir. his executive officer In the Terri
tory of llnwail. Should he desire to
utlre, however, there Is no doubt that
Ilils recommendation wilt have great
eight In the naming of a successor.
The pcoplo here, however, may doslro
i to express their sentiments and, if
i their wishes In this respect bo strongly1
'Iiescnted to tho President, he will ccr-
lalnly give them his consideration.
With the Governor's policy tho Dill
Kiln has not, as our renders well
know, been nl-vnjs In accord. There
Is one thing, however, for which ho Is
mtltled to credit nnd that Is In keep
li.g tho people informed through tho
ptess of what transpires In tho execu
tive department anil being gcnprally
rccesslblc to newspaper men, whllo
under his predecessor the public wns
excluded nlmost entirely from n
Knowledge of affairs Hint Interested
t.nd (oncerned them. To tho Govern
oi hlmselr perhaps the results nny
I ol nlwns have been pleasing because
II has subjected him to moro criticism,
This, however, he has survived and
we believe that ho appreciates an hon
ist critic. The Governor Is nn Indo
latlgablo worker, his integrity has nov
er been questioned, and he Is n mnn
nf foreo nnd vigor. There Is one thing
that his name will always be nssoclat
in with and that Is. his financial pol
icy Ho hns brought our monetnrr
condition from one of debt to ono of
stability, and bonds have been floated
upon the security offered by these Isl
anils upon terms that, a few years
bm. would have been regarded ns Im
possible. For the coming year wc hope that
tl.e legislative nnd executive brancho
of the administration will work In
hnrmony for tho best nnd most pro
(.lesslvo Interests of all of us, nnd that
vhcn the Oovcrnor rounds off his
term of office, next year, bo may do so
v.llh the commendation of his fellovf
J. M. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
a wwsjttewTt .
STOCK A (ONB asosiss.
Lunalllo Street $5000
Kapiotanl Street 26.25
McCully Street 25.00
Cor. Kinau 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
fVuuanu Street , 5000
Matlock Avenue 25.00
Nuuanu Street , 50.00
A house and lot In Manoa Valley,
luitshle for small family. House will
be completed In two weeks.
Cash or Installments.
Particulars at our office,
Comer Fori aivi Merchant Sis
a-, . j.,. nrintinn it ) Bui
.."" . "" ' ' " ' "" "'
III Til IB,
COLONIAL LAND LAWS.
The distribution of land among bona
lido settlers and homescckcrs has been
effectively settled In the Itrltlsh col
nny of New Zealand, where tho gov
ernment tins tho right to throw .pen
not only Its public lands, but also pri
vate lands, whenever It deems such a
I ollcy to be advisable and necessary
for the best Interests of the colony.
There, as well as elsewhere, largo
nrens of lands hnvo been acquired by
Individual owners. These blocks have
been used for agricultural nnd pastor
al purposes, nnd sometimes even for
moro pleasure, when n land owner dc
nlros to acquire nn estate and become,
the owner of nil he can survey and
Hut this does not conduce to the
lest Interests of tho greater number
nnd, when the New Zealand Oovcrn
incut determines Hint the opening up
of nn estate, or pniccl of land, under
Individual ownership, will be of ndvnn
(ago to tho tolony, It has power to ac
quire and dispose of It. Notice is giv
en to tho owner of the Government's
Intention. He sets his price upon it.
The Government states its Idea of tho
valuation nnd, of course, there Is n dis
agreement. Then n Hoard of Arbitra
tion In appointed, one member being
selected by the owner of tho land, ono
by the flovernnienl, and a third by
Ihese two. They fix n vnluntlon which
Is final, nnd which the owner must no
cept and get out. He has no nppcnl.
Ho gets bis money. Tho Oovcrnmcnt
gets tho land nnd disposes of it Just
ns It may sec fit, In small or large par
cels, to settlers and home-seekers, who
will use It for pasturage or for raising
crops, from whichever they can get
the best results. In this way land thnt
hns been Idle, and practically unoccu
pied, becomes settled upon and a gnln
lesuttt both to the settler nnd to tho
JARRETT AND NOAR
W. P. Jarretl has tiled n statement'
of bis expenses while running for the
office of deputy sheriff, which ho land
ed, ns follows:
Nomination feo $2I im
Printing cards and pictures .... 21! Ot,
Advertising 10 Oil
Personal expenses n Oil
Total $r: 00
Samuel Noar t-pent an even $."() In til?
unsuccessful run for tho County At
torneyship nn the Homo Rule ticket
Tho Items of bis accounts arc ns fol
lows: Evening Ilulletln. tarda $ n 00
dvcillser. halftone 2 i
.Nomination papers ;,' ft
Expense of meetings 7 t.
Sundries nnd personal expenses.. 10 ()
Total $50 00
NewCure for Dyspepsia
Worry affects, the nervej, and pro
duces lota of appetite and dyspepsia.
Keep your nerves In good condition
by eliminating worry. A fire insur
ance policy will protect you against
losa of your home and belongings from
fire. Insure today and sleep well to.
night. A proportionately small turn
will guarantee you protection. We Is
sue best policies.
938 FORT 8T.
OUn FALL SHOWING OF
ii now complete and awaits your in
spection. There's CRAVENETTC LONG
COATS and 3-4 COATS in alt colors
and three styles, Fitted Back, Semi
Fitted Back and Loose Back.
There's JACKETS in similar styles.
There's TAILOR-MADE 3UIT3 In
ti c latest cuts and In many varieties
There's a large line of 8KIRTS at
all prices and In many styles and ma
There's just what you want If you
want anything at all In Ready-made
STOP, WOMAN 1 1
That In address
ing Mrs. PlnV.
ham yon nro con
ills to a woman
woman who.o expert
enco with women's dls
eases covers a great
Mrs. Plnkhsm Is the
daughter. In -law ol
Iijdla K. Plnkhsm,
una lor many years
and since her tie-
ccn.ie.slio has been
advising sick wo
men free of charge.
suffer In silence and drift atonfr from
had to worse, knowing full well thai
they ought to havo Immediate assist
ance, Irat n natural modesty lmpelt
them to shrink from exposing them
selves to tho questions and probsnlc
examinations of even their family
physician. His unnecessary. Without
money or price jon can consult a wo
man whose knowledge from actual ex
perience Is great.
Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation.
Women anffcrlhs from nny form of
female vvcnltncssarc Invited to promptly
communicate with Mrs. Plnkhnm, at
Lynn, Mass. All letters aro received,
opened, read and answered hv women
only. A woman can freely talk of her
private Illness to a woman; thus hat
been established the eternal confidence
between Mrs. Plnkham nnd the women
of America which has never been
broken. Out of the vast volume of
experience which she has todraw from,
It is more than possible that sho has
? rained the very knowledge that will
iclp your case, bho asks nothing In
return except your pood-will, and her
advice has relieved thousands. Snrclv
any woman, rich or poor. Is very foolish
if sho docs not take advantage of this
generous offer of nssistnncc.
If you nro ill, don't hesitate to get a
bottle of Lydla E. Plnkham'sVrgctable
Compound nt once, and write Mrs. Plnk
ham. I.ynn. Mass., for special ndvlce.
When a medicine hns been successful
In restoring to health so many women,
you cannot well sv, without trying it,
!' I do not believe it will help me."
Bonhiphi JJase Still On
Before'ury In The
The dam.igo suit of llonhiih! vs. the
Hapld Transit Company Is still going
on before Judge ltobliison nnd from
tlo present intltjonk will take several
days. The plaintiff won nn Important
point this innrn'liig In tho decision by
Judge ItoMiihon rcfuslns to allow cer
tain testimony in regard to tho legal
ipccd pf the cars at n switch to bo
At the time the accident occuricd tho
street t-ir company had oulnlued liom
tho l."sl.,jtiiio permission to Increase
the spctd of their ears at such n point.
provided they obtained tho approval o,
the Superintendent of Public Woika
nnd the consent of tho (iovcrnor In
writing. Tho vprbal consent of the
(Iovcrnor had been ob't.ilncd but not
the wrltter. tonhent, when tho accident
occurred, unci, upon tho objection oi
Attorney General Pctors. representing
the plaintiff, Judge Robinson refused
to nllow the evidence us to tho verbal
consent to be 'Introduced.
The (trot public performance of
"Mro. Vlgg3 of The Cabbage Patch"
wan a dramatic biicccsb in which Ho
l.otiilu pla) goers have n lively person
al Interest. In bplto of tho rainy night
Iho Hawaiian Opera Ilouso was torn-
tortably tilled, and tho audience, was
I ccnly appreciative of tho humor nnd
inthos of this well-read pluy.
Mrs, V 1,, Howard deserves un
stinted prnlso for her artistic and
lulustnklng rendition or Mrs. Wings,
tier Intel prctntiou of tho homNy phll
usophy and kindly humor of this rich
character was a work of nit, and by
means of her gtcat fnmillailty with
tho entile play.
Miss Mowbray as "MIbh Hazy" was
another star pcrfoiiuer, and her cluv
ci woik was destining of tho greatest
tippreclntlon. Tho nthor actors, Miss
Nellie Mcl.aln us MIsh I.ucy, Mrs 11.
'i, Mooio us Mrs. Hchnltz. Mrs, Kliarp
rs Mis Ulclioin, W. I). Adams as Htuli
bins, W. I,. Wnuen ns Hilly Weggs
V II Plttliigei as Chi is, llaby Durfce,
Ptella MiAlllstcr and Matter Ilanlson
and otheiR too iiiimrromi to mention
All did to well as to show lo thn Mt&.
inc tton id cncijone that when it ininca
In uiuatriir IlicatiltaU lloiioliilu N
iihlit to produi u a inw nf inlent wlilcU
I' iiuililiiK hIiuiI nf iiihim'Iiiiis, I
cards on ! l
I (In UulUllii ollln,
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 51b. tins; FANCY PRESERVES (fruits of
all kinds); CRANBERRY 8AUCE, BRANDY FRUITS, SWEET PICKLED FRUITS, BOILED CIDER,
SWEET CIDER, NEW ASSORTED NUTS, OLIVES (all sizes and kinds); FANCY CHEESES,
LEHNHARDT'S ASSORTED CANDIES, RAISINS, CURnANT8, CITRON, ORANGE PEEL and LEM
FINE HOLIDAY BON-BONS (Holiday crackers)
Henry May & CoM Ltd:
Tho (Irnnd Jury with tho assistance
of Shoilff Ilrovvn raided a gambling ro
sort near tho corner of Hotel street
nnd Maunnkea this noon, capturing 49
Celestials busy at tho game. Tho
Grand Jury telephoned down to the
f'ollco statlnnithat they wished officers
to mnko n raid and Sheriff Drown' nt
oneo detailed men for the purpose and
Lroke In the doors of tho resort, catch
ing thn gamblers In Iho act. There
were not many gnmbllng utensils cap
lured ns the games being played weic
pal knit and fan tan. '
The information which led to the
raid was furnished the Grand Jury by
I'rnnk II. McHtnckcr.
Hall wns fixed at $A0, and up to '.',
o'clock this nftcruoon only threo of the
Chinese arrested had been able to give
It. The rest of them wcro still nhldln;;
with Jnck Mclanphy. Members ot tho
Grand Jury state that they have plenty
of evidence to convict tho prlsanciH.
10 HIT Wf
District Court Officer
Questioned In Regard
The Grand Jury Is still looking Into
the rates of Chinese gambling. The
wholo work being done Is very evident
ly an attempt to find out whether the
Chinese gamblers aro being, or have
been, protected by .Sheriff Uiown. Thla
is denied most vigorously by members
of tho Urantl Jury unci by Deputy At
torney Genoral Pressor, but tho ten
dency of ull the questioning seems to
bo In that lino.
I-'iom all that can bo learned tho In
quisitorial body has been unable I
locale any evldenco whatever of pro
tection. They have found houses where
they bcllevo that gambling hua existed
unci they havo found men who have
gambled, but that h ua far as their
work has gone.
There, were not so many Chinese wit
ncsees bcfoio the Grand Jury lhli
moinlng as there bavu been for the
last two days but thuce taken before
Ibc Jury have b'-en kept for longer per
lods mill nro evidently being an cited
Tho various inniiibors of tliu putlic
department who nro prominent In ,alil
Ing gumblera luivn bitu lulled In to
testily mitt then iicyond that inrnibeii
of the District Court havo been calloij
on the cupel Judge Whitney ipeni
nearly two houra undtuolnr, Intcrro
gallons from the Gland Jmnrs ui
when he tume out was, as far ut. lO'jk.
an, Jtikt as happy us when lie went in
Tho Grand Juiy udjournoil ihu nioin
Iiik ulihoiit nmlilnu a icpoii, m ni.c,
Wmiy UuIKUm fflj ptr yur,
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Are You In Doubt
A5 TO WHAT TO BUY KOR A
JUST ALLOW US TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR IIANP
This year They're all tho Rage,
We have an Immense stock of all
kinds. Sliver and Gold, Set with Dla.
monric, Rubles and Other Stones,
rii Wo.kly IMIIIiim n( llin HvmiiIii;
flilllelln Rlv rninplHii suiiuiittrf "f '
Ilm in wi f ilit day. Vur Hi pr,
THE D5POT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Decduso WALL, NICHOLS
rD., received by the two last steam
ers 163 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY'
Goods, both for old and young; XMAS
CARDS and CALENDARS; GIFT
Books; TOY3; TOYS; TOYS. Every
ehllrf should havs the latest TUT
ITEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Coma early before they are all got.
Wall, Nichols Co,
J. M. Davis
QCWING MACHINE REPAIRfirt
1258 FORT OT, near DlinU TANIA.
Or.vvlng machine far tle,
TCL, MAIN 11,
quliite lljiuir.iintcd Alelu 3ouienlr
CjIciuIhd apj, Matt,, CaI ati.
I tintt, flr.ii.iitt,, Potlrry
I' HAWAII A SOUTH BEAU
fmr nULLU'lin AUO, PAy -
HAS A NEW LINE OF
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