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Territory of Hawaii, )
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lowing In a true and correct statement
of the circulation, for the week ending
Friday, November 23rd, lUOfi, of the
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Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 17 2632
Monday, Nov. 19 2418
Tuesday, Nov. 20 2457
Wednesday, Nov, 21 2433
Thursday, Nov. 22 2SS6
Trlday, Nov. 23 2451
Average dally circulation 2492
. Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 20th, 1906 2496
Number of Weeklies delivered on
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by C. O. IIOCKUS,
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f fore me this 24tb day of
(3KAI.) November, Anno Domini,
P. II 1IUHNKTTK.
Notary Public, Klrnt JudlcluT Circuit.
.NOV. 2fl, l0.
, This Is the day of tho battle of the
Some men and their when llvo hap
pily ever after the divorce.
This Is the season for 'grafting In
vineyards and orchards un well as In
In Salt Kranclsco tho police ore going
lo study voting machines. They are
BjCay behind the tlmua there.
The next legislature cannot do bel
ter than provide for Home more large
wharfage accommodation that will be
badly needed with the growth of Ha
'- Failure to send plunu and specifica
tions here, for tho proposed loprosur
lum, was undoubtedly duu to depart
mental carelessness rather than a de
sire to exclude local contractors.
It may be a plantation cook's head
that Mr. Wagener has discovered. There
were white cooks In the eurly days ol
our sugar history, and many of them
had been well soaked with alcohol,
William Yates has been getting rid
of his money by buyug up the stocks
of street hawkers, llower girls und
newsboys in London. Hu has probably
Fpent many a dollar In a worse wuy.
It Is to be hoped that today's meet
ing lu regard to the future of Ijual
will be production of results beneficial
to that island and to the Territory.
Uoth jirogressor and objector have a
chance to be heard, and the former
Dr. Nanism Is one of the few nav
igators whof has a good word to say
.for sallorB. He declares that he has
found more thoughtful earnestness
among them, and a better spirit, than
among members of any other profes
sion. Ho believes also, unci here many
will .agree with him, that they bear
their hardships with calmness and for
- Lieutenant Commander Garrett's
death has placed on the records of the
United States navy one of its saddest
tales from the sea, That a man, when
quietly sitting on tho deck of the ves
sel that ho commanded, should be
Jiurled to Instunt death, Is one of tho
.many proofs afforded of tho uncertain
ty of life, and teaches the lesson that
, yve should all be prepared to answer
our Creator'' call.
? Itcpresentatlvc-elect Wllllum II
.Jackson, of Maryland, has frankly ad'
tinltted thnt he iited money for the pun
pose of buying votes. He said:
"If you buy a man, you buy him; it
.matters not whether you give him
jwhlsky or a llwdollnr note. No wills
ky was given any man who cast his ha I
(lot for me with my knowledge or con-
j Evidently Mr. Jackson's supporters
igui me nve-uoiiar notes.
el NiliiinnilA frAlfitlfitahj lu.tkitiiiiii iIia I ft. It
vt ft rut i9 find .f it nan them In imnttii
Takabln uppruheniiloii tu WiuliliiKKm
llJfit til ft lllllltt 11 AS till! tllllflltl tilt llfl .
pjou 'in Han Kriinclsui will break out
with rcncwoil Intensity. Tho principal
dMlciilty In the wny of npneaslng Jo
pan If It Is found Impossible for the
American Government to regulate the
separate school matter In San Fran
cisco, Is the Japanese pride of race.
The stupendous growth of the Unit
ed Sitntes Is never realized until It Is
analyzed and measured by comparison
with other countries, lu 1S70 the an
nual vnlua of our muiiufncturcs wan
$3,7110,000.000, now it Is nbout JIB.OOU,
UUO.OUU I'or half u lenlury Kuglund
had been the workshop of the world,
und we had only Just begun, Still wo
made such a start that, In 1870, the
manufactures of the United States Just
about equaled those of Great llrltaln
Since then, however, our growth bus
been so prodigious that our manufuc
lure.? now amount tu nearly three limes
the total volume of llrltlsh manufac
tures, and equal those of Great llrltaln,
llermnny and 1'iunce put together. The
Increase In the annual American pro
duct within thirty years has been
double the combined Inereaso of those
three great nations of Kurupe. In oth
er words, If we match the United Stales
against Great llrltaln, Germany mid
1 ranee together, our manufactures nre
now equal to nil theirs and nre growing
twice as fast. We are making nearly
two-thirds as much as ull Europe, with
Its 400,000,000 people, anil more limn
one-third of nil that Is manufactured
In Urn world,
Taking the whole range of Indus
tries, Including agriculture, mining,
transportation ami even commerce,
wherein alone we are behind, tho pro
portions' stand nbout the same. Tho
aggregate value of all Atuirlcun Indus
tries Is more than douhle that of Gre.il
llrltaln, three times that of France, ami
two and a half times that of edrmany.
It Is one.half of nil Europe combined.
In 1M10 our aggregate wealth was but
Mttlo more than half that ot Great llrlt
aln, less than half that of France, ami
only nbout half that of tSo nations that
made en the German Kiuplr.. Now It
Is a third greater than Great Britain's,
double Germany's and nearly double
I hat of France.
FOR A LEGALIZED BOSS
Secretary of the Navy Charles llonn-
parto suggests the establishment of .1
legnllzed "boss" In political parties In
each of the StatM and cities, the "boss
to be empowered to select tho candi
dates for the various elective olllcej,
thereby doing away with nomination
Ily a legalized boss the Secretary
means nn Individual authorized, on he
half of both parties, to choose ull can
didates of a party for elective otllces
within u designated territory. He
would, however, afford every facility
for making Independent nominations.
whether within the organized parlies
or without, so that all citizens who
might dissent from the regular nomina
tions could vote uccordlug to their con
The Secretary's Idea l that I lie bos'
ought to be elected by the legal vot
ers of his party at a primary held under
sanction of law, und at which only this
one oflico or position should bo filled.
He thinks that none of the persons
ordinarily known as "bosses" would be
elected nt such a primary, and that the
legalized bosV should be himself dis
qualified from holding public olllce.
In Judge Lindsay's court this morn
ing three local attorneys wero allowed
plump fees as the result of tho Camp
bell will case. J. J. Dunne and A. Q.
M. Hobertson wero tho luckiest, each
of them being allowed $1200. Kohert
W. Ilreckons was allowed (200 for the
rurt he took In the case,
Lunalllo St. (near Kewalo) ... .$30.00
McCully Street 20.00
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect 8treet 27.50
King 8treet 30.00
Aloha Lane , 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Office sultea (Fort Street) 10.00
Lots In Manoa Valley, Puupueo
Tract $1,000. and upwards, according
to size. Choice building site College
Hills two and a quarter acres at a
bargain. Half-acre house lot on
Punchbowl Slopes. Very cheap for
Hinri Witerbousa Trust Ci Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant St?
V - J1 FijfcTFItKlBS
Decision Handed Down
In Local Supreme
The Supreme Court handed down an
Important decision today In the case
of Isadore Itiislnsteln vs. llnckfeld &
Co, alllrmlng the decision of the lower
court. The decision says:
"The only question presented on
this appeal Is whether counsel fees
may be allowed as damages under an
Injunction bond conditioned for the
payment of 'all costs, charges and
damages sustained,' clc. The circuit
judge allowed $300 upon the admis
sion of plaintiffs counsel that the
defendant had paid Its counsel that
amount solely for services In procur
ing the dissolution of the Injunction
and that thnt amount was reasonable
for such services. The plaintiff ap
pealed." The syllabus says:
"The Supreme Court of this Torrl
lory may now, notwithstanding the
amendment of March 3, 1!(05, which
permits appeals from this court to the
Federal Supreme Court In cases In
volving more than $.".000, follow dccl
rions previously rendered by this
court, although contrary to decisions
of that court, on other than Federal
John J. llrennan, a private in Com
pany I, Tenth Infantry, was shot and
slightly wounded twice about 11
o'clock Saturday night by a man who
had discovered tho soldier crouching
under a window of n house at the cor
ner of King nnd I'unrlibowl streets.
Tho man was raptured by Mounted Of
ficer While after a hot pursuit by an
other man. Neither of the man's j
wounds wns scilous, one being In tho
right thumb nnd the other In the left
tide. Hu was taken to tho Queen's
Hospital, where his Injuries were at-
tended to, and was then taken to tho
police station. Ijiler he was released.
Iljlaml will fight Ilrltt. Det $2500
on tho side. Cut money to suit Ilrltt.
Will post $1000 with S. F. Uulletln as
soon as you wire mo to make match.
Weight must bo 133 pounds ringside.
Jack Welch must referee.
Tlrt 7r IntortA Pt
W WV "OVUM 1.W J. O.J
Rent All Your Life
If so don't come to see
us. Our bargains will not
Interest you. But, If It Is
your desirs to some time
be the owner of a vine and
fig tree. Call and let us
show you some bargains,
$87S Will Buy a Home.
IN GOOD LOCATION. IN OTHER
8ECTION8 WE HAVE
Punahou District $3200.00
Young 8t 25OO.0O
King 8t $2500.00
do you want to get HER a real
swell present, one that can not help
but please, one that will last indefi
nitely, a constant reminder of the
a selection made from our new
will come very near filling the bill.
Also a large line of Imitation Shell
Goods, with or without Cold Mount
ings NOW ON DISPLAY,
At 2 o'clock this afternoon, in the
election recount case, V A, Kinney
cited authority ns to the Incompetency
of' tlje County Clerk to Identity the bal
lot' returns. He said lhat the ballot
bag might have been tampered will.
during (he custody lu tho County
Clerk's safe. Kinney said Hint he wasj
not attacking nny man's vernclty. He
wanted to exhaust tho witness con
clusively before the other witnesses
were called In, ns he thought Hint there
was enough opportunity given the elec
tion Inspectors to tamper with the bnl
lols that were contnlued In the ballot
bags, while ho same were being
brought to the County Olerk'H onice.
.liisllce Hurlwell asked, "What do) nil
menu by law In regard lo tho preserva
tion of the ballots?" Kinney stateil
that lite County Clerk nlono was tho
one referred to In the law tin tl thnt Hut
fandc.au bad no authority under the!
law, lo meddle wllh the ballots. Thnt j
the ballots enst lu Hie last, election
should have been In thn custody of the
person, legally authorized and that is,
the County Clerk The court nt the
conclusion of Mr. Kinney's contention
counseled nnd announced that It want
ed more evidence to be satisfied ns lo
the answer of the witness.
Today was a profitable day nt tho
I'ollco Court from n money-making
standpoint. Nearly $200 In Ones was
One hundred and seventy dollars of
the total wiis contributed by a bunch
of .Oriental wooers of the goddess of
fortune, who were caught at It ana
punglcd up $10 apiece. Thnt wasn't so
hard on those who had been lucky, but
It must have been llko adding Insult
to injury for the losers to oine through
There were I" of them In nil, eight
Chinese and nine Japs. Officer Apnua
was responsible for the uppcuraanco ot
oil of Ihcm. The Clilucsn hu nrreilcii
last night In one, end of the row tu
houses back of Joe Clark's hnloou on
the corner of Ilcrctanln and King
streets. Tho Japanere he gathered In
There was tho usual .Monday morn
ing hunch of drunks to fnco Judge
Whitney this morning, nnd most or
them cot the usual tbreq and costs,
total of four dollars. Cavado, however,
got soaked for ten dollars and costs.
Joo Fnria. Klniii, John Martin, J. W.
illrt, J3. Dunn, James Arcla, Jatnea
iiusiiasKy umifA, Kia wero among
those, jy bo were ordered to enrich the
county yi 'the tiino of .four dollars each.
The' wise of. Klleii Kalel -Aonni
charged with graving threatened to
choke the pawnbroker Multbews, was
agnln postponed, Judge dear has lieen
retained for the defense and stated that
be had not hud lime, to familiarize him
relf with the facts In the case.
3 ' " ' -
The uIk' steamer 'Mongolia, now n
Hunter's Point dry dock, Is to return lo
a slip nt the Mall dock next Tuesday
or Wednesday, to load a cargo for the
Orient. Temporary rcpulrs of n sub
stantial character have ueen mado lo
tho vessel since she went Inlo dock,
nnd she Is noiv considered lo bo In Due
condition. She Is to sail for the Orient
In about eight days with many pusscn
geru and a full cargo of freight.
The Manchuria, her sister ship, will
be placed lu dry dock wlthllu u few
days. Ile.'iresentatlvc3 of the local Iron
works say that tho repairs lo tho Mun-i
ihurlii will consume nt least four
months and a half and will cost $700,-1
000. "Tho huge liner will necessarily
have to He in dry dock for some duys,
ut u cost approximately of $1300 jx day.
Chronicle, Nov. 7.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin elves a complete summary of
the news of the day. For 81 year.
Are You In Doubt
A8 TO WHAT TO BUY FOR A
JUST ALLOW U8 TO
SHOW YOU 80ME OF OUR HANI
This year They're all the Rage.
We have an immense stock of all
kinds, silver and Gold, Set with Dia
monds, Rubles and Other Stones, i
iDRUNKS AND CiHEIS
! ' Plji FINES
KM! MEN BEAT
(Wireless Special tu the Uulletln)
Kohalal Nov 20. The cchoonpr lid
ward May nrrhed at Mahukona Satur
day morning from Kauai, She is load
ing sugar this morning.
A gamo of baseball was played here
yesterday between Hie Knpanu learn
und tho llawl nine. Tho Kiipnuus won
by n sruro of 10 to 7.
SUPREME COURT LIKELY
(Continued from Page 1)
Kinney, for the defendant, objected tu
Hip production of the bag, but It wns
allowed by the Couit. Kinney wanted
to know from the clerk If I he lug In
question wns brought tu him by one .
Inspector or many. Kalauokalanl i.anl
he could not say as lo Ihu bag In ques
tion, but In many Instances they were
brought by three Inspectors. Kalauo-
knlaul snld he had no deputy in the of. I
flco , nnd that lluftntidcnu was niciely
r. chief clerk In the office. Hit said Ih'.l
Janitor has n key lu the County Clcrk'l '
unite, nnd that the inner door lo thn o'f- J
flco of tho Hoard of Supervisors was
opened from the Clerk's office. He sal it
ho haiUhe key un his pcrion and soma
limes lie would keep It In the drawer
of his desk. Ho wns miked whether he
hud snld lo Mr. Kinney nnd Mr. Moss
man Hint since the election, llulfun
dean wns not regularly In uttendance
and that the ofllcu woilt wns very Inr
behind. Mr. Kntaiioknhini snld Hint
llutrnudcitu may have gone out for
some lime. When asked as lo wheth
er Uulfandenu during the i-uinpulgn bad
attended to the work of tho County
Committee he said he did not know.
Kalauokalanl said that he had told Mr.
TAukca specillcally Hint nobody else
had access lo tho safe. Kinney asked
Kalauokalanl if on last Saturday In tho
pretence of Trunk Harvey, ho bad told
Mr. lauken that no one else had access
to the safe. Ho snld ho could not say.
Justice Wilder asked: "Did uny one
actually get to the ballots while they
were In your possession?" Kalauoka
lanl re.'illed: "No. your Honor."
Judge dear offered the bag contain
ing the hallots In evidence, but It was
objected lo by Mr. Kinney, who was
ready lu produce authorities on the sub
ject Mr. Kinney asked I he court that
Mr. Ilurfandeau bo tailed and Interro
gated as tu Ihu Idcutillcallnii of the bal
There wna a great deal of discussion'
upon the subject und both the counsel
for plalntlrf nnd for defendant wero
on their feet alternately nnd nt the con
clusion the Justices couimltcd und urd
eiel that UulTuudcau be; called lulu
lourt. The court then adjourned until
2 ji. m.
Why not ask for lloyal Iluller nt C.
J. Day & Co.'s?
Because WALL, NICHOL8 CO.,
LTD., received by the two last steam
ers 158 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMA8
CARD8 and CALENDAR3; GIFT
Books; TOYS; TOYS; TOY8. Every
child should have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Corns early before they are all goi'.e.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
UNION OIL CO.
! 8AN FRANCI8CO.
I The best kerosene In the market.
High flash test and absolutely safe.
H. tk'kfeld & Go,
J. M. Davis
8FWINO MACHINE REPAIRER.
12H FORT 8T, nssr BCRKTANIA.
8wlng mschlnis for stlt.
TEL, MAIN 117,
WomM'in Our Hospitals
Appalling Increases tn the Number of Operations
Performed Each, Year-How Womea May
ib iit . ? IB & nv bM '
Oolnir through the liospHnls In our
targe cities one Is surprised to And such
alarpu proportion of tho patlentslylng
on those snow-white beds women
and girls, who aro either awaiting
or recovering: from serious operations.
Why should this be tho case? Sim
ply because they hnvu neglected them
helves, female troubles nro certainly
on the Increase nuionir tho uoineri of
this country they creep upon them
unawares, but every one of those
patients tn the, hospital beds bad plenty
of warning 111 that bearing-down feel
ing, pain at left or right of tliunbdomen,
nervous exhaustion, pain In tho small
of the baclc, dlzlness, flatulency, ills-
filnccmcnts of the organs or Irregular
tics. All of these symptoms are indi
cations of an unhealthy condition ot
the female organs, and If not heeded
the penalty has to bo paid by n danger
ous operation. When these symptoms
manifest themselves, do notdrnp; along
until you are obliged to go to tho hos-
Cltal nnd submit to an operation
ut remember thnt Lydla B. l'lnlc
ham's Vegetable Compound has saved
thousands ot women from surgical
When women nro troubled with Ir
regular, suppressed or painful periods,
weakness, displacement or ulceration
of the organs, that bcarlng-down feel
ing, inllammatlon, backache, bloating
(or flatulency), general debility. Indi
gestion, und nervous prostration, or are
beset Willi sucn symptoms nsaizzincss,
lassitude, excitability. Irritability, ner
vousness, sleeplessness, melancholy,
" all-gone " nud " wnnt-to-be-left-alone
" feelings, thoy should remember
mere is ona tried aim truu remedy,
Lydla E PlnkJnm's Vegetable Cwpouud Succeeds Where ethers Fall.
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
902-904 NUUANU 8TREET. PHONE MAIN S08.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS
L. Ahoy Store News
WE WILL HAVE THIS
Dress Silk Sale
Note these prices then come and see the (joods:
VICEINE 8ILK 20d PER YARD
THISTLE SILK 171'J PER YARD
J 033 Nuuanu St, bstween King and Hotel.
With n bin lUt of imsreiii;ers for Ho
nolulu nnd Oriental jiorts, lucludhii;
Immigration Commissioner V I. S-ir-Bcnt,
who conies tu Honolulu to he
lrcc!it when tho Suvfilt nrilves, nnd
wllh u enrco of freight that sunk her
hull low in Ihu wator, the 1'. AI. S. ft.
Korcn urrheil from Snu KmuUsco this
The jiabgcntscra for HoniiltiKi number
i.evciily-eluht. Thcro aru u number of
Honolulu people returnltiK fior.i the
mainland where they hao been on bus
iness or pleasure, und u hirijo number
oi murium, niuiiy oi wuuin lire going to
spend inu winter nere.
The voyaKO fiwu San Kranclsco wus
one of the plciisautest that Ihu Korea
has over made, Thu weather was lino
ull the way and those ilUembarklnK ic
lort that thoy enjoyed tho trip greatly.
Tho Kore.i lurries n cuigo of MOO
i Ions of frelelit. IKr frelBht for Ileum
I lulu Includes ISO Ions of finite, nutp,
clc., thliiKs which will to to garnish
I the holiday tables of tho city,
Among the thiough passengers on tho
iKoieii Is Judiso L. U. Wlllley, who Is
uulng to Hhaushal to open tho new
lUullcd Stulcs DUtilct Couit of China,
, which has been eMuhllnhcd Id take the
plate of the coiikular courts,
J. I.. Itodgers, Hulled Ktules Con
Ih.iI (leiiuinl ut Kliiinxlinl. Is on his way
I lo his iiosl, luiiiiup.iuli'il by Mis, I'l.ilt
I Weekly Bulletin HI pir ytir,
The following letters cannot fall to
bring hope to despairing women.
Miss Ruby Mushrush, of East
Chicago, lud writes :
Dear Mrs. 1'lnVbam:
" I have ticena grent sufferer with Irregular
perloiU slut fwinio trouble, nnd nU'Ut tin"
inuutln ago tlmductor, ufter Using the X-llay
on me, said 1 hud nil nbcus ami would Iuivh
to bate nn operutluii. My Inotkrr wanted
melo try Lyilln K. I'lnkbuin's Vivetabla
Compound ntalntt rcnort, Mid It nut only
mvisi m from tu operation but inudo inu en
Mrs. Alice Uerryhlll, of 313 lloyco
Street, Clultutioogu, Teuu., writes I
Dear Mrs. rinUiami
"Thrco jcars ago life looked dark tome,
I bid ulceration and Inflammation of the
felimlo organ nnd was In n serious condition.
"My heidth was cAiiJlclrial.Lroken down
and llio doctor told nW.Uitftlf I xvnsnoti
irctulupunl would die within six months.
I tobt blm I would have no operation h'lt
would try Lvdla JX rinkliam Ve'etnUo
Compound. 1 le tried to infliMiicn mo against
It but 1 fcunt for the medicine that miuiu day
ami Ixvaii to uso it faithfully. Within lire
days I felt relief but wax not entirely cured
until I used it for )ln time.
" Your medicine i eeitninly fine. I lmro
Induced wTrral f rlcndu and jielxhliors tn tak
It nud I knmr more tlmti a diwii who had
fenuilo trouUt-s and who tcnlnyare nn well
ninl stroii,; as I sju from using your 'iy
tablaCoiuouud." Lydb V.. Plnlihnm's Vegetable Coin
pen ml at on co removes biicIi troubles.
He fusu to buy nny other medicine, for
you need tho best.
Mrs. l'lnkliuiii, daughtcr.lc.1aw of
Lydla E. Hnkhain, lnvltt n all hick wo
men to wrltu her for ucl vice, Hermlvlct!
nnd luedlcluu have restored thou.suudi
, to health. Address, Lynn, Muss.
OiiHLi. MV EltUT
Tho 1'nrlflc Mull aleiinsblp China
nrrlved tarly tills morning fiom Yoku
hama, bringing n Inigo cargo of ficlgbf
but u lather small passenger list. Au
usual she nrrlved ft day uliuail of her
In the slecrngo wero .'150 .lapaneiui
lubciicrs for this port nnd IU natives in
India en routo for lliltlsh Cnliimblu.
Tho China In lugs 1S5 tons of freight
for this city nnd 2000 fur Sail Fran
cisco nnd is taking oa board it large
, shipment of bananas, for tho lat;r
I port Sho will tail for tho CoaEt with
i.ii.ll una uiiciliuuil Ul u 1 CIUCK.
Kdwnrd ICnust, charged with using
tho Unit oil Slain imitU f,,.. rr,,,,t,,i
.. .....,. u, ,,l,,l-Jl
piirpofceit, Is on trial today befoul
juug3 uoio in the I-eilernl Court. Thu
iiioiuiug was laitcn up with testimony
bhowlng that a letter fiiiui lilm to H.i.
wall had passed llitiiuuh thu inulls,
iluilns which I'ostal Inanactor Hum
wna put on the stand, oh well as two.
nmll-oarileiu. I'aliucr Woods wuu alio
laiio.i on to liutiry, na hlb huttlier rt
jtelved the lettei whllo ho was piusent.
I'. H. If, Hliiiui'h wuu inllu.l n a n handt
willing uxperi. Tho ciko will piuli.
nhly bo n long one, ,
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