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EVHNINU BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. mi DAY. NOV. SO. 1906.
Published Every lay Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by tho
.BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINOTON.. Editor
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Territory of Hawaii, )
First Judicial Circuit. )
O. (I. HOCKUS, lluslncas Manager
of the Ihillctln I'libllahlng Company,
Limited, bring Aral duly awoni, on
oath deposes and ay: That tho fol
lowing Is a (rue and correct statement
of tho circulation, for tho week ending
Friday, November 83"iril. 190(1, of tho
Dally and Weekly Editions of the
Ktrnlng Iliillclln: i
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 17 2632
Monday, Nov. 19 2418
Tuesday, Nov. 20 2457
Wednesday, Nov. 21 2433
Thursday, Nov. 22 2556
Trlday, Nov. 23 2451
Average dally circulation 2432
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 20th, 1906 2496
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone... .1098
Combined guaranteed average
,l circulation 1088
IIUI.1.ETIN PUIII.1SI1I.ST. CO.. LTD.
by C. O. HOCKUS,
Subscribed and Hnnrn to be
' ' fore mo this 21th day of
'(SKA 1.1 November, Anno Domini,
i i. ii. lumNirrri:,
Notary Public. Kind JitillclaT Cliciilt.
.. NOV. 30. 1IM
Tho old fish market might easily be
.nnrrtrd Into n lonvcntlon hall for
Hawaii's commercial congiyat.
' . i - - - -
So far Sheriff Drown hayindoublcd
ly made good his claims anil tho peo
Jplo, will not bo antlsncd till there Is n
recount. -v .
Apparently tho Ixjulslnnn sugar
planters are tired of their enforced al
legiance to tho TriiMt. and Intend to
build their own refinery.
Jf anybody enjoyed Thunki-glvlng
Day they were the Iliillctln boys, who
think the Pnlm dinners about n Rood
as they mako them, and ny that Mom
t.udwlgiicn Is all right.
There seems to be a superabundance
of torms. cnrthn.uiik'-s, floods, train
wrecks, shlpwiccks. tires and other
totalities the world over. Hut Hawaii
baa escaped with n few rain showers.
'.With some Bcvcn hundred millions
of people buying good nil nruund the
Pacific Ocean, it should not tako Ho
nolulu business men long to stntt work
lug for a Consular and Commercial
.Congress to bo held here. If they go
'at It with a will they ran pull Ii
through; It not, then one, of tho l'aclllc
Cbatt porta will take the plum.
IThc first Honolulu business man to
foresee tho future commercial growth
,of.thls port was I!. F. Dltllngh.im. This
was" cry many years ago, when he
predicted enormous values for every
Inch of our waterfront, and he has
never swerved from tho views then ex
pressed. Witness tho extension of the
Oahu rn 1 1 road right Into tho center of
our shipping. Mr. Dillingham Hhoiilu
occupy n foremost place on any com
mittee working for H Commercial Con
greni. When Commissioner Sargent has di
gested the news, relatho to tho Impor
tation of Filipino laborers for our plan
tations, that has been going tho rounds
of the Eastern press for ut least six
months, he may bo aide, to formulate
nn opinion as to tho advisability of
audi a polity. Hclng well Informed ai
to the quality and valuo of labor In all
, parts of the world, ho should also lo
Lnble'.to give lis nn Idea as to tho po.isi
blllty of their success as workers in
tho cuno fields.
People uro beginning to think It
would bo Just uh well to allow tho
courts, to dccldn the matter of the slier
iff recount upon tho evidence. Hint Is
brought beforo them, after recount
has been actually ordered by the Sti
prenio Court, At present llieie seems
to be a growing tendency on the pari
of the morning paper to muniifiictuiu
ovldruco that Is calculated to Influence,
tJio Supremo Court, and to prejudice.
tbn public mind, Without talcing Into
jiunslrieratlon whatever may be dlscov.
orcd from nn examination of tho bal-
lotn Unlay, It h certain that tho HIkii
Hhorlff has made, good hs claim, and
'thA jujldk' hub every roiifhlciiio Hint, Ii
'ajrcouii! be ordered, the final result
j lylll be u Jutt (lite, bused upon Hie licit
Of cvlilolKO. which U III" evidence, o
(I ho halluU, Tlieiu Ii tt ilinldcd tlf
Mlttou iiuuliut liikliiimlluiia unit Innu
rjiduea niiHiiifiuiiiri'd fur purl)' inn
mmiis, ur roi Hit) Ihiivi nf i'IHht nue
, til lliti iii)c.lunti,
CARTER AND A SECOND TERM
Oovornor Carter la coquetting with
n second term. Like n shy and bash
ful maiden, to whom tho all-Important
question hns not yet been popped, tho
Governor blustilngly Intimates "I
When n young lady baa not been
asked by her awaJn If alio Is willing
to ncrept a glittering diamond circlet.
In anticipation of tho golden band (o
follow later, and ncknowlcdgca to in
quiring friends tJiat alio ' might " do
ko, there la nhmulnnt ground for the
belief that tho gallant has been pay
ing her marked attention In public,
and no doubt In rlvntc life nlso, anil
that sho baa given earnest and acrioua
consideration as to tho framing of her
reply when tho all-Duporlnnt. but very
necessary, proposal' Is formally made
for her accept anco or refusal.
Hut In (jovcrnor Cartcr'n case, aa
far as tho public Is nwaro, tho Presi
dential gallant hns shown no marked
attention to Ills Excellency; thero has
been nothing to lead ug to siiHpcct that
ho has been Indicting suggestive epis
tles on perfumed paper to fnr nway
Hawaii; or, Indeed, that n second dia
mond circlet Is sparkling in the rays
of the eastern nun, or that another
band of gold Is being moulded at tho
Jeweler's furnace. If such has been
tho caso then the (loveruor hns been
very backward In t coming forward to
take his people Into hla confidence,
and he has been very remiss In not
usIiir tho press as proper' circulating
medium for tho distribution of such
an Important piece of news, that sp
directly touches the hearts of hla chil
dren In Hawaii. ' t
It may be, however, t'.int tho Gov
ernor has no dcslro to don n widow's
weeds when next year's winter's chill
may bo expeeted to mj-ne upon us;
Hint be would prefer to renew tho brl
dnl robo and maintain tho mntron's
mnnnvrlsm; and Hint there has been
no real reason for him to ponder over
tho possibilities of a second term.
That ho baa dono so is conclusive, or
the reply to tho second term query
would have been a prompt and decid
ed " I hnvo never thought of such n
thing". Instead of tho coy and bashful
responso " 1 might ".
Ileie tho Hullctln may be permitted
to suggest n reason, or two reasons,
as among tho "cerlnln conditions"
under whlih .Mr. Carter "might" take
n second term. One of these reasons,
and a very rafo one to assume, as a
fact, would be to prevent, tho appoint
ment of Mr. Henry E. Cooper. If tho
Governor felt thai such a condition
would arise, wo havo no doubt what
ever of his stepping into tho breach
and offering' himself up, a martyr to
dhty;Vsa VaVriflcb fo" Vo'c6Wr-fo"rm.
The other reason might bo to prevent
tho elevation to tho higher position of
tho Secictnry, Mr. Atkinson, who
seems Just now to bo In better stand
ing In Washington than his superior
In office, nnd who" wns but recently
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
Lunalllo 8t, (near Kewalo)..,. $30.00
MeCully Street 20.00
Beretanla Stroet 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 J 1,000, and upwards, according
to size, Choice building lite College
Hill two and quarter acre at a
bargain, Half-acre house lot on
Punchbowl Slopes, Very cheap for
llini Watoihouja Trust Co,, Ml,
Corner ftrl in1 Merchant SU
Kg i iinui us 1 1 n iWwn.
ndvlsed 'to "stand pat". In some re
spects Sir. Atkinson has acquired a
popularity that Mr. Carter has lost In
Hawaii, n fnct that might Jar upon
some ncnoua tissues, especially such
aa pertain to n "sensitive plant".
At any rale, there nro some men lo
whom tho wish Is father to the
thought, Just an thero are somo hens
that count their chickens before they
THE VOTE OF HAWAII
Tho most approximate Idea of tho
number of votes caBt In tho Territory
of Hnwall Is gained I nun the count in
tho contest for the Delegate to Con
Rrcss during tho last three contests.
This shows a steady Increase. In
lt'02, tho totnl vote cast for Kuhlo nnd
Wilcox was ll,.12fi. In tho following
)car, ion I, tho totnl votes cast for Ku
hlo, Inukca and Notley was 11,090, an
Increase of CM vote oer 1902. This
year tho total vote cast for Kuhlo, Mc
Clanahan nnd Notley was 12,431, a
gain of 111 votes over 1904, and of
1103 votes over 1902. Allowing for
votea rejected, nnd not counted In tho
election for Delegate, It may bo said
that tho total number of votes for that
office, cast In the recent election,
amounted to nt least 12,700. possibly!
a few more. The results for tho three
elections arc given as follows:
Krom tho reining of the three elec
tions It would nppcnr that Mr. Kuhlo.
as Prestdenti Itnoscvelt calls him. has
a elnch upon tho ofllco of Delegate. In
1902 ho polled fi.(i28 votes. In 1904
ho polled 0,833, nn Increase of 205 over
lhe previous election. This year, how
ever, his total ran up to 7,300, n gain
of B.3.1 over 1901. and of 738 over his
vote In tho election of 13(12. Should
ho keep on growing In popularity nt
Ilia same rate. It would seem useless
for any competitor to be nominated
against him. Two yeara ago, ho beat
tho combined laukea and Notley votes
by 167C, This year ho beat tho com
bined Notley and McClanahan votea
by 2301, McClanahan polled only 18
votes more than laukeaMn 1904, while
Notley counted this year 108 votes
more than ho did In 1902. Tho total
Increaso of tho votesf ,the Territory
this year, as compared with 1901, 'waa
533. Of this total tho wholo of tho
now registration this year must havo
been thrown to Kuhlo,
Do You Intend to Pay
Rent All Your Life
If so don't com to tee
uq Our bargains will not
Interest you. But, If It It
your desire to some time
be the owner of a vine and
fig tree. Call and let ue
show you tome bargalna,
$87S Will Buy a Home
IN GOOD LOCATION, IN OTHER
SECTIONS WE HAVE
Punahou District $3200.00
Young St ; ..,$2500.00
King St 12500.00
do you want to get HER a real
swell pretent, one that can not help
but please, one that will latt Indefl
nltely, a conttant reminder of the
a selection made from our new
o AND o
will come very near filling the bill,
Alto a large line of Imitation Shell
Goods, with or without Oold Mount
ing! NOW ON DISPLAY.
IH. LEON ARRESTED
1Y OFFICII) LEAL
Monsieur lon nenaut, the King ot
Iwllcl, together with four of his friends
and henchmen, by name Aripan Veil
tno, Paul Dummuls, Victor Cnvols, nnd
L. Lconzc, were arrested this afternoon
by Officer Joo !.cal and brought to the1
police atntlon where n chnrgo of vag
rancy wns entered against them,
Tho "vagrants" did not ride to the
station In tho patrol wagon not they.
Nothing so common for them. They
rode in hacks nnd when they got
there four of them .nut up bnll money
to the amount of $100 each. Tho clcrk'4
desk looked like a bank cashier's win
dow when they got through. Only l'am
Dumuls didn't have tho required hun
dred. His assets amounted to only
about $7. Business has apparently,
been bad so far as he was concerned,
nnd poor Haul languishes In Jail.
Olllccr l.enl saya that many nrrc.(U
for vagrancy nro made because of the
fact that It Is almost impossible to con
vict onyono of the graver offense ot
living off tho money mndo by tho
women of Iwllcl, and conditions nre
getting to bad down there that It Is
etsentlnl that they bc,nrrcsted on soni
BASKET II W
Tho Punahou basketball team wllf
meet tho Knwalnhno Scmtnnry glrN
at n gnmc of basketball at 3:30 p, m
Saluidny. This game will be followed
by one between the Normal and the
High School teams.
The officials will lie:
Itofcree Miss C. Crowes.
Scorer Miss M. Crowes.
Timekeepers Carlottu Stewart am.'
Umplrea Miss Hilda Ilobertson nnd
(Continued from Page 1.)
When tho recount commenced thin
morning Abo Lewis, chairman of tho
Vineyard street. precinct, the Twelfth
of the Fifth; stated that tho bag con
taining tho ballots waa In the samu
condition at when ho turned It over to
the County Clerk.
Judge Qcar'atnted that ho had been
told by Mr. Bred: In relation to tho
mistakes made In tho Fifth or tho
Fourlli., on. JastiiWedqesday. morning,
that there' hall I been mistakes mndo
and votea cmintu,Uhat would never bo
counted by tho Supremo Court Ho
stated that these mistakes' had been
made In four or Ave cases.
Mr, Kinney stated that the tamo
statement had been made to him and
that the mistakes had been made as
tho result of Instructions fronr Gov
ernor Carter to jfoHnw what was, evi
dently the Inteatljin. . oft'tbo voter ,
Judge Krcar'hore tinted that If that
was (lone Iherel would be no ballots
i " The court waa-asked by Mr. Kinney
that he bo allowed .to look over tba
ballots In order 'that ho might count
over tho votes for tho other candidates
In order that romo explanations might
bo found for tho, extra ballots.
It was agreed), that this should bo
dono with a representative from each
side and one of Qio Justices present.
Tho counting of tho ballots was, thou
commenced, Tho total number of bal
lots cast In the precinct was 437, Tho
vote according to the official lelurntt
totood Hrown 193, laukea 198.
Judge Gear hail a now ground for
protest shortly after tho count started.
On one ballot tho crosses after each
name voted for-wcro composed pf one
straight and one spiral line. Dear
rlalmcd-.that thtt.-was a distinguish
ing mark and that ho had an affidavit
that n certain person bad stated that
he had marked hit ballot in that man
ner, i 'I
Judge Harwell suggested that ho
tako part of tho ballots Into his cham
bers with watchers from both sides
Bnd count then? ihoro. Ho suggested
this In order to hurry tho count along.
Kinney protested atrongly against
this. Ho xald tbat'the opposition "had
stumbled on enough votea to over
come Iaukca'B lead" but that oven
then ho did not think that it had
found tlicBO votes on tho Information.
H. II. Trent and Charllo Clark atari
ed looking over tho ballots of tho Fifth
of tho Fourth whllo Judgo Gear and
Attorney Kinney accompanied Judge
Hartwell, leaving Judgo Kdlngs and
II. M. Mossiunn and Sheriff Urown and
J, J. Dunno with Chief Juttlco Freat.
In Judge Lindsay's court this morn
ing motions to quash tho Indictments,
and tho ilemiiircrH In tho cato of Mln
niur.i and Maeda, two Japaneso chaig.
cd with murder, were overruled and
plena of not guilty woro entered,
Afghan royal marrlnges aro dynastic
nowadays. Tlin Ameer's son, Mnynt
Ullah, nnd hla slbtnr uro to marry (heir
cousins, tho (laughter and bou of Naur
Ullah, the Amocr'a brother. Nusr-Ul-lab
was, not bo long ago, tin) lion of u
l.uiidon fceiuim, and biimpUiniibly
bouiril whcio tho AmbUbnailur ' Hc
1'nltrd Sidles In limited now, at Pur
ilicMrr I liiiike, I'jrk lane.
A iIhk iim iliulii nf mine li'vi 0iii'i
i mi Inn ii miiiid iy iimiiK iiwiuilil
by ii)lif ihuI mil nt UiUtuI III'
iuiitt m i lilt mm v,
DOT RACE BETWEEN
ELEU AND INTREPID
Karly this morning there wns a pret
ty race out of the harbor nnd arounn
Diamond Head between the Kleu ami
the Intrepid. Tho Elcu, which has ent
ered the towing business In competition
with the Intrepid, learned about 0
o'clock that thero ivas a vessel sighted,
outside, and she started for It.
Tho Intrepid didn't know, it Is tint
ed, what the smaller tug was after, but
the knew there must be something out
side, so she followed at top speed.
Sho overtook her rival outside Hit
harbor, nnd both vessels headed for
the open rcn, puffing nnd snorting nnn
draining ever bolt and plato In them
to win. How to bow they churned up
tho water off Walkllcl. Hut tho In
trepid proved tho speedier and before
Diamond Head was reached had drawn
nway from tho Kleu and had the rare
nil to herself. Tho lilcu gavo It up
after passing Diamond Head, and ennu
back, but the Intrepid kept on.
And after nil there was nothing to
tow In. The vessel proved to bo the
barkcntlna Kcho, bound to ICIeclo from
Ncwrnstlo with coal.
The competition between the two tuga
promlsea to be n lively one. Chief Kn
glncer Hoycr ot the Kleu admits that
the Intrepid Is tho faster boat. She i
fitted to burn both coal and oil, and so
has n reserve of about 75 pounds ot
steam. "Hut wo'll glvo her a run for
her money,"' snld Hoycr loilay. She
won't beat us nil the time. And' wo nre
better fitted for towing (linn alio la.
Wo havo nbout BOO horso power to her
100, and I guess wo'll get our share ol
the business. We'll give her a race
when there's anything sighted, nny
way." The Kleu Is to tow the Fiery Cross
out this afternoon.
AT ANY MINUTE NOW
"I should consider that the Suverlc
was due now," said E, D. Tenney of
Uio Hoard of Immigration this morn
ing. "She may, I consider It, bo ex
pected to arrive at nny minute now."
Tenney explained that tho Suverlc
was a new vessel, this being her first
voyage, and as a consequence it was
difficult to estimate the length of her
passage. Sho had arrived at Monte
video three days previous to tho datu
on which sho waB expected by her
owners to arrive there. Tho owners
had expected tho steamship to arrivo
at Honolulu on Dec- tlth or 8th, but
If tho vessel exceeded tbelr expecta
tions on tho run from Montevideo to
this port as much aa sho had on tho
run from 'the Azores to the South
American port, sho might nrrlvo hcic
at any tlmo now.
In the meantime arrangements for
tho landing of tho Portuguese Immi
grants on board the vessel havo been
perfected by Commissioner Sargent,
J. A. Oilman and tho Immigration offi
cials, and no trouble of any kind Is
The Dally Commonwealth Fond (In
The Southern California Editorial
Association has recently made what
is probably the most exlensivo trip ev
er undertaken by a similar associa
tion, a visit lo Honolulu, with two
weeks spent In thnt city ns guests of
tho Hawaii Promotion Committee. And
It seems that even tho lavish hospital
ity, which Is characteristic of Califor
nia, found .Itself entirely eclipsed by
tho elaborate round' ot entertainments
provided by tho Hawaiian boats, l'or
two weeks thero was a continued
round of pleasure and then, at tho end
of that time, the Honolulu Hullctln
was turned over to tho visiting editors
fqr a day and they wero given nn op
portunity to oxprcss u portion of their
appreciation In print, without waiting
to Journey several thousand miles to
their own homes, Tho result Is ono
of the most unique pieces of newspa
per work over produced. The edition,
which wns Issued Sept, 20, portrays
tho beauties and attractions of Hono
lulu, as Veen by tho eyes of atrangcra
and. ns tho edition la being given wl.lo
circulation, It will do much toward
bringing ubout a fuller realization of
tho wealth of resources that abound
In the Hawaiian Islands.
Dlnlzulit, tho ancient and enormous
dropsical "King of tho Zulus," excuses
himself from taking pint in the out
break of his people because, us colonial
troops only nro on active, service, they
aro unworthy of his spcaisl Thus
bays tho aged one; "If the King of the
Whites I, Edward llox Is neutral,
then will I, the King or the Macks, Ik
Krldthjof Nauscn has already, bo
coma a pvi'Honu griitlsxfmn nt thu Kne
IIhIi coin t. hb tho ruprcnentavo of tho
tew Norwegian icalni, Thu Intrepid
fccckor for I ho Noith Polo linn curued
the prriidiiul ettvem of the Prima o
Wales, with whom he came Into lull
niutn lontact ilurlns Ilia TmmiIIiJciu
Imtlvlllot, ami King I'M ward luu alvo
tliimn him ninny murk of hla fuviir.
i mm in...-.
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Note these prlcct then come and tee the goods:
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You enjoy good butter en your bread or hot caket,
you retlth a bit of cheete for luncheon or with your pie at
dinner. We have the BEST of these articles and too many
varieties of the Cheete Family to be mentioned In one day.
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Notice Ih hereby Riven that tho un
(Icrtdgncd hnvo on thu 30th ilnivofN.o
vcmber, A. I). 1900, formed n copart
nership under tho nanio and atylc of
Wing Wo CbonR, alluated at No. I1C
Ucrctanla Street, Honolulu, ''Oahu,
Tho naturu of aald Ittmtn'usH la buy
ing and uclllng groceries and merchan
dise. s CIlANfl KKA1J, "
IIO HOP YUKN,
W. II. CItAWKORD.
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF
HUMUULA SHEEP STATION CO.
Notice Is hereby given th.it at n upn
cial meeting of tho Blockholdna of tho
HUMUULA SHEKP STATION COM
PANY, held nt tho ofllco of tho Com
pany, Itoom No. ill CanipbHI lllock,
on 'Tuesdny, November 27, 19(10, tho
following wcro elected tho (Ullccra of
tho Company lo bcrvo until tho Annual
Samuel Parker President
8amucl K. Parker
First Vice President
J, Ron,, ..Second Vice Preildent
G, J, Waller Treaturer
H, M. Dow Secretary
Ed, Ingham Auditor
Tho following wcro elected to ion-
Mltutu tho Iloiud of Directors during
said term nbovo mentioned: "
Oamuel Parker J, Rosa'
G. J, Waller Ed,. Ingham
A, Lewis, Jr.
- II. M. DOW,
Hccictary Uumiiiilu Khi'cp Station
Dated Honolulu, November -7lli,
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE RtJPAIRF.R.
FORT 8T, ntr BCncrANIA.
Stwlnu mttlilnit far tilt,
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ti""ii iiiMi imiii n jhiim
Tim Would Kdlllim nf Ihu Kvunlun
llulleilii Klvn a miiiiiiIii nuiiiiiiari nf
ba rm uf llm tiny. f'ar i t yur,
HOME OF GOOD THIN03
You often want a coffee cake, don't
you? At breakfatt or for afternoon
lunch, for Inttanee.
Our baker maket GENUINE GER
MAN COFFEE CAKE that It dell,
cloutly good and palatable tells for
only TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Our Almond-Filled German Coffee
Cako la a treat for even a food eon
ndltteur. It tellt for 50 cent per
The other delicacy It OUTTERNUT
DREAD. Mad In tho tame tlie loaf
at ordinary bread nnd tellt for tho
tamo price. Why not try It?
116 HOTELNEAR FORT ST.
17i PER YARO
Meat Co., Ltd.
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JUST ALLOW US TO
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Thlt year They're all tho Rage,
We have an immense stock of all
klndt. Silver and Gold, Set with Dla-
mondt, Rublet and Other Stones.
Because WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by the two latt steam
era 168 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMAO
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Comt early before Ihsy are all no,',
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Mr uulutw auo, pay M