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BYHNIKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H . WEDNESDAY. NOV. 28. 1900.
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of'lhe circulation, for the week ending
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Saturday, Nov. 17 2G32
Mondiy, Nov. 19 2418
Tuesday, Nov 20 2457
Wednesday, Nov. 21 24J8
Thursday, Nov. 22 2556
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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P. 11 HUHN.KTTB.
Notury Public, first JudleJuT Circuit.
.NOV. 2S. lUutf
, Joe Cohen should Join tlw band. Ho
seems to be an nrttst at blowing hU
The petty line Inlltcted upon tho
Sugar Trust, for accepting rebates
seems out of ull proportion to the
enormity of the cilmc. "
We should Ilk to hear Commission
er Sargent's views, pro and con, on tho
Amerlcanlzutlon of Hawaii by Ameri
cans direct from the mainland. Would
It not be u quick and effective method i
Tho extermination of graft seems to
extend from West to East, for two mu
nicipal officials In Pittsburg have been
arrested on charges of bribery. There
seems to be a glimmer of hope on tin
horizon for (he honest man after ull.
A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION
"You read things In tho newspaper
und hear rumors concerning tho Jap
anese situation, but the government Is
not giving Itself any great concern
about It." U S, Immigration Commis
sioner H. P. Sargent
"The Japanese question Is the live
question of tho moment In Washington
ut present. The. paperB In tho East are
lull of It and It Is the general subject o.'
conversation when the prominent men
of Congress meeL" Secretary Atkin
son. And the people will compare these
widely divergent opinions and wonder
who Is the more accurately observant
THE FUTURE OF LANAI
Though not u large meeting. It was
a representative nnd Intensely Inter
tstlng one that wits held In the execu
tive offices a few days ago to dlsctisi
the future disposition of tho Island oi
Lanfcl. To the satisfaction of the ma
jorlty It was apparent that the laud
here would bu or no value to small Bet
tiers unless water could be guaranteed
them, and this yon not be done. Thosn
who favored the small farmer were
men who had never been on Lanal, ami
whose arguments were somewhat the.
oretlcal although they were given with
the utmost good faith. Under the cir
cumstances It would seem that the
Governor Is acting for the best Inter
ests or the Territory In arranging for
nn. exebango of Its Interests on Lanai
If the upset price set by the go em
inent can be obtained. Of course some
will be dissatisfied, but had the execu
tive decision been the other way theie
would still have been some malcon
tents. COMMISSIONER SARGENT
Judging from tho tenor of tho re
marks inuilu by Commissioner Sargent
since his arrival here, It Is evident thut
the landing und the distribution of the
Portuguese Immigrants will be under
his Immediate direction und not under
that of tho lloaid of Iiiimlviatlon, ul
though lha latter will carry out the
ilctulls. This Is u ifoud plan, Many
years have elupted sliue Europtuu lm
migrant arrived on the shores of thene
Islands ntul, while them urn men lieu
loduy who hiitIiiIcihIn und uiiunic'd
for (heir ilUriiilmrkutlnii fit Hie
riWous lime, lb" IVilurnl Cl'iy
crnment of the United Stoics
wns not then Interested. Tin1
methods now ,ln vogue at the Atlantic
ports nre vastly superior to those of n
few years ago, and It Is decidedly to
our advantage that we nre enabled to
bcnellt by the experience of tin- Com
missioner of Immigration
With the work or landing and dis
tributing our new Immigrants well
planned nnd properly executed, there
should be no trouble In the future. Our
new people will go to their new homes
feeling ratlilled thai ever) thing pos
sible bus been done for their comfort,
thai the prompts made lo them before
hating the Azores han oeen I'Ppt, nnd
that they should live up to the moral
obligations xjiiesseil on their part be
fore starting on their long Journey to
build on new homes for themselves and
their children In a new hemisphere.
Their coiinrymen who nre living here,
nnd who hne passed thiough u slmll.it
experience, will also be nble to gle
them words of cheer and encouragement.
SOCIAL SCIENCE JUDICIARY
The chnrge or Judge Parsons to the
Orntid Jury or 1 1 1 lo. In which he crit
icizes the nctlon of 'the Social Sclenrv
Club In the matter of tho pardoning ot
the Korean murderers, should prove
Intetestlng reading, especially as the
Judge deemed It necessary to wnin
his Jury to act according to the luv,
regardless or such criticisms.
Things Imvu come to :i pretty pass
here when u few men, whether Soclnl
Scientists or Soclnl cranks, can get
together ami tips"! the verdict or n
Jury, override the sentence or u Judge
and force their lllegel nnd self-assertive
opinions upuu uu Executlvn who Is
sworn to administer the law, although
he hail the privilege or exercising clem
ency which. In this case, he did not
deem warranted under tho circum
stances It must not be thought that the llul
letln Is anxious to assist, In the slight
est degree. In depriving any man ot
his lire. Hut tho law Is the law. And
In the (use In point ccry requirement
of the law had been properly fill fitted.
None was better able to Judgo or ll.c
guilt or Innocense or tho Koreans than
the Jury. The action or the Judge
showed his concurrence. There wiis
no lecoinniendatlon fur mercy made
until after the Executive, undoubtedly
nitlug upon the ndvlcu or his Attorney
General, and In full belief that the
sentence was u Just one. had set the
day for the execution of tho men legal
ly found guilty of murder. Then the
execution was twice postponed and the
sentence finally modified Just becauso
a few men in the community argued
that It should be so. And no oppor
tunity wna offered tho prosecution to
i (introvert their arguments.
The sum and substance of the whole
affair Is that the Social Science club of
Honolulu has been set up ns the high
est Judicial body In the Territory, and
It Is to be regretted that Its evil effect
has been so far-reaching that Judge
Parzons deemed It necessary to wain
his (Irand Jury to "net according to
the law regardless of such criticisms.
J. H. HERT8CHE....Qnerl Manager
Lunalllo St. (near Kewalo).,.. $30.00
McCully Street 20.00
Beretanla 8treet 40.00
Prospect Street 27.50
King Street 30.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
Nuuanu Street , ,, 50.00
Office suites (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
Henry Waterhoust Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Corner Koit au1 Merchant Sts
v. j ISfC3tlPwjijiisA"'Tt.
jSyt Vi'iifoeic one' eoiiit.
-iT7 VJvife Imviitmiwt 1tfiuMha Acwn,
AMERICA'S COMMERCIAL FUTURE
When England was rising to her ln.
dustrlal leadership she had the advant
age of niw mechanical forces. Tho
European continent was paralyzed and
prostrate for n quarter of a century
under thp blight of Napoleonic wari..
While thus free fiom all competitive
rivalry England applied new mechan
ical power to tho productive processci
Mid became the unchallenged work
shop of the world. It wns estimated at
that tluio that one pair of hands In
England, with these efficient agencies,
bad the productive mergy nnd value of
ten pairs of hnnds on the continent. The
United States has u similar, though lesi
riftii.ii, tuiwiiiiiih" mm. iwuiTlcmt .
genius ami invention nun niiuptaiiiuiy
line given our Industries n complete
ness and perfection of mechnnlc.it I
equipment which greatly multiply their
productive puwer A single broad fact
demonstrates: I lie superiority! In En
tope 45,000.000 operatives und urtlsntn
were emploed, n few years ago, In
pioduclng nn annual aggregate or man
ufactured articles valued nt seventeen
thousand million dollars, or $()
apiece. In the United Stales at the
u ime time C.ooo.OOO operatives produced
goods worth four times ns much as au
operative In Europe.
This superior equipment nnd pro
ducing power, man Tor man, explains
why wo enn pay higher wages and still
compete with the nations of tho Old
World on their own ground nnd In their i
own markets. It is tho secret of the
comfort of American labor, the key of
American enterprise, and the talisman
of American expansion. It explains
why, within n rew ears, American
shops have placed large numbers ot
locomotives on English railways. 11
explains why we aie sending American
machinery lo Shcflcld und Birmingham,
nnd why our rails are found In Man
churia and Siberia, In India nnd Africa.
The antiquity which enshrines the
pyramids looks, down through forty
centuries on tho American electric roan"
that carries tho troops or visitors to
their base. Tho llrltlsh government
needed a great steel brldgo nearly a
quarter or n mile long across the Ah
barra for Kitchener, und needed It nt
once; the lliitlsh manufacturers re
quired seven months In which to bttllii
It; American constructors asked seven
weeks, and Philadelphia sent the
bridge. This superior alertness, adapt
ability and equipment distinguish gen
eral American enterprise. It has n
plant which beats the world, nnd It
must II ml n market for Its product. And
that market exists In tho countries
bordering upon tho great Pacific ocean.
"PERFECT" IS HAWAII
I The Evening Chronicle-News, Trini
Direct from Honolulu yesterday's
mall brought a most unique edition of
tho Evening llulletln, a dally of that
city. The llulletln Is Honolulu's up-to-date
newspaper and during tho session
of tho California Editorial Association
this enterprising sheet turned Its col
umns and offices over to the, visiting
Do You Intend to Pay
Rent All Your Life
If so don't comr to set
us. Our bargains will not
Interest you. But, if It Is
your desire to some time
be the owner of a vine and
fig tree. Call and let us
show you some bargains.
!$875 Will Buy a Home.
IN GOOD LOCATION. IN OTHER
8ECTION3 WE HAVE
Punahou Oistrlet $320040
Young St 12500.00
King St $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.
Alio a large lino of Imitation Shell
Goods, with or without Qold Mount
ings NOW ON DISPLAY.
knights of the pen with permission to
do ns they saw fit. As nn cvldcnco
that many capable writers entered In
tho spirit of the undertaking, column
cftcr column of feature work and spe
cial write-up appear. Interspersed with
news from the city editor's desk aid
Associated Press. An extract from
"Visitors Impressions" gives one an
Idea concerning n country that most
Americans know little of, yet said to
Le, by all who have tieen there, the
most beautiful and congenial spot on
earth n garden of Eden, ns It were.
Miss Helen Luoeh My Impressions
nre as varied as the changing lights
rud shadows on mountain and valley,
or the shifting opaline of your won
derful ocean. At first I thought the
chief charm was the tropical verditte,
then the delicate soilness of the fleecy
clomM floating aimlessly around tho
mnuulnlii-tops, but now I nm convinc
ed It Is simply the combination, form
ing a "clolce far nlcnle" more to be cle
desired than any land known lo an
cient or modem marines. Und 1 been
asked to give my Impression In ono
word It would have been easier, as I
should havo said, "Perfect"'
Isahclle Waro Morgan With what
Joy upon the sixth day of my voyage
from San Francisco, early In tho morn
ing wns 1 nwakened to view the en
trance to Honolulu harbor. As wo
passed Diamond Head, close to tho sea
ward slope, tho lighthouse may bo ob
served, mid then looking hack of tho
lagged reef skirling tho coust lino,
upon which tho waves dashed high,
the valley full of mists and rainbows,
tho brilliant colorings of hills, and
trees, the ever-changing shades of bluo
and green of the mighty ocean, con
stitutes tho most magnificent land
scape, never to bu forgotten. The cus
tom of garlanding friends upon their
rrrlvnl In Honolulu, with the fragrant
lei Is a most delightful one, and no
where can bo found a more hospitable,
merry, and music-loving people than
In Honolulu. Tho word "Aloha" Is
generously extended to all nnd noth
ing Is ever too much trouble for tho
esldcnts, If It can In the smallest de
gree add to tho pttasuru of strangers
In Honolulu. I may end by saying I
hope the tlmo will como when I may
spend many weeks In Honolulu.
Coroner's Jury Finds
Finds Ke'e Long Shot
A raid of Ofllcer Apana on a Ku
l.nnko chuck-a-luck game last night
resulted In laud fourteen Japs nt the
IV. lee Station. Tho game wasn't liny
common, ordinary scrub crap game.
Thw weren't any nlcklcs In sUln.
Theie was $10.50 on tho table when
Apana gathered It In, and the kitty
held $12 more, with no coin? less than
This morning the fourteen lined up
In front of Judge Whitney. Tho charge
nguluu one voiithful Jap was nolle
I'i'oss'd, the thirteen others plcndlng
Liil'ty. Tho Judgo fined them In minis:
ranging from $5 to $20 opleco, th) total
amounting to $105. They all p.i'd up
Last Saturday David Kapue David
Kapua and Harry Kalchu had lots ei
fun with I.iim Kun. This morning
I -urn Kun had lots of fun with Hurry
and the two Davids.
The fun ot tho three boys, who ad
mit that they are part of a "gans" that
maiecs its headquarters around itlvcr
and Vineyard streets, consisted In
throwing stones nt the Chine sj and
using his queue us a handle
The fun of I.iim Kun rouaistcd in
appearing In court this mbinlu? nun,
telling Judge Whitney all about !l ami'
watching hi in soak the members if the
gang for five dollars and coatti each.
The case of Kee liong, accused of kill
ing another Chinese named Kum Chun
at Walpahu last Saturday, was put over
to the 30th.
A coroner's Jury sat at Walpahu yce-1
terday and brought In a verdict or
death by a gunshot wound in!llit'd Ly!
Kee Long. Kee Long will piobahly te
Indicted for murder by the Jruud Jiuy I
I.ocal Chinese went down to W.tipa-j
:.u yesterday to Investigate the l.llllng, I
und they report that the fctory thiti
Kum Chun was stealing rii-o when ho J
was killed Is not correct. Kum Chun
they say, wus uu old man who Imro u
good reputation for bouesty, and thev I
do not believe that he was stealing or I
haduny Intention of stealing when he
was killed. I
Kalna was up before the Judge
charged with assault on Knukano. i'hoj
woman, however, chungod her mlnii
nnd did not desire to prosecute, jo seu-i
tence was suspended on Kalna fo,' U 1
months pending his good behavior. I
MitMida and llushbla drank of the
ull of Joy with disastrous effects in1
themselves, 11 cost them four dollar!
apiece to Equate themselves with the
court this morning,
David Keavve drew a package that
cost hi in ten dolUis line and I'H'I In
touts, fur ussault and battery.
Tlio Claudliiu at rived from Mutil uiul
Hawaii with a small list of iassengvia
und ii light rauo, Hhu rupuiU north
erly avvells xporti-iirml iIiiiIiik lli ' ".1 ' ,' "" i"1 El.nZ9 i'lLtl
...pwhlU, ,,. ,, linposslhlii l laiHllV1 W & WM Stt
Jul llin-ln, IvHiuuu uinl Nalilku,
MRS. O. D, ROBINSON.
Ewry Woman in Atxtrtca It nttrrttftt
tn j His woman t t.xpttunct.
HER HEALTH DESTROYED
BY PELVIC CATARRH.
"PC'rwnm hat prolonged my
lite and made a new woman ot
me." Mr: O. D. Robinson.
Mrs. O. I), ltoblnson, 4.1 St. Felix Ht
Brooklyn, N. Y., writes :
" have taken Peruna and It did me
more good than all my (so yean'
treatment by special physicians.
"I can really say that 1 feel like
another person. No more swollen feet
and limbs. No more bloating of the
abdomen. No moro shortness of breath.
No more stiff and soro Joints. You
havo no idea wliat your treatment has
dona for me. It has prolonged my Ut
and mado a new w oman of me.
"O, auch a blessing I have received
through your kindness, Doctor, and
the assistance ot the medicine which
you so kindly prescribed.
"I am ablo to vv ork since I began your
treatment, but before I was nut able to
help myself, much less do any work.
All prnlso U due lo Dr. llartuiau and
For special directions everyone
chould read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa is for sale by the following drug
gleta and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
& Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
Are You In Doubt
AS TO WHAT TO BUY FOR A
JUST ALLOW US TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HANT
This year They're all the Rage.
We have an Immense stock of all
kinds. Silver and Cold, Set with Dla
monde, Rubles and Other 8tones.
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by the two last steam
ers 168 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMA8
CARD8 and CALENDARS; GIFT
Books; TOY8; TOY8; TOY8. Every
child should have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come early before they are all goilt,
Wall, Nichols Co.;
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
12J6 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing rnachlnee for sale.
TCL. MAIN 117.
The BU8INC6B MAN'S HANDY IN. I
OFA, punllshed In the Saturday Buiie-i
tin mil the Weekly Edition, ivei
coi.clis and complete resume of all l
0l notice, calls for tmdri Judg.
tU P V".
CREAM. PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION.
Rich 'and Mellow
W2-W4 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS.
la a characteristic of nearly all beers, but Is only one of the
essentials ot Quality.
THE KING OF BOTTLED BEERS
Is not only Pure and Carefully Sterilized, but Is brewed from
the very choicest materials obtainable Barley.Malt from
cound, thoroughly ripened grain, Hops of the finest quality and
Yeaot of special culture. A beer of exquisite taste and de.
Ilghtful flavor le the result.
BUDWEISCR Is bottle only at the Home. Plant.
H. HAGKFELD & CO.,
L, Ahoy Store News
WE WILL HAVE THIS WEEK A
Dress' Silk Sale
Note these prices then come and see the goods:
VICEINE SILK 20c PER YARD
THI8TLE SILK 17101 PER YARD
1033 Nuuanu St, between King and Hotel.
Wm. Laraen, Manager.
NOVELTY LEATHER COMPANY
- 412 Market Street
San Pranclsco, Cal.
Dear Sir: I used your "Savo-thc-Rorso"
on two Splints, on lasldo of
front logs. Interfering with tho cords
of the leg and causing lameness so
badly that a very short drive would
make tho horse net Uiq "part of a crip
ple." After using two bottles the
lameness Is gone olid the splints dis
Cost from $5 to $25 for repeated firing, hoise must be laid up for sev
er! months; not 5 per cent of the oases are cured. Blistering Is lass ef
fective, Merourlal prenfaratlont produce Irreparable Injury.
."SAVETHB-nORSE" eliminates all those factors. Cures without scar,
blemish or kiss of hair.
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughptn.
Curb, Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or atralned
tendon 'or any caso of lameness. Horse can bo worked as usaal and with
boots, ae no harm will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hair.
(f per bottle, with a written
the best legal tulcnt could
TROY CHEMICA1 CO., Binghamton N. Y. ZTl
TRADE SUPPLIED BY HOLLISTER DRUQ CO., HONOLULU Hawaii.
Is as good as the next man's and there Is no real
reason why you should not get its worth. A suit selected from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, Just arrived, la a guarantee that
you get "Your Money'a Worth." We make them up to your
meaeu-e at ready-to-wear prlcra.
Our 8ulls for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALED
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin.
PHONE 485 MAIN.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
BEEF, PORK and CORNED BEEF,
437 Halght St, 25 Sixth St.
I treated my hoise, which bad a bad
bono spavin, with "8ave-the-Horse,"
and It entirely removed tho blemish,
I never saw anything to equal It. Mr.
Chas. Welby and several horseraea,
who are. friends of mine, tell me they
had equally as good results as myself.
JOHN N. NOWLAN.
guarantee, as' binding to protect you aa