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EVANISH BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. SATURDAY. DEC. 1. 1906.
PuDllihed Erery bay Except Sunday,
J H 120 King Street. HonOlala,
T' T. H.. by tbe
tULLKtIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
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Entered at the Poitofflce at Hono-
ftolulu a lecoad elate matter.
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Per year, any where U. 8.. 8.00
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atxaiantb f .E0
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P.f year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Pint Judicial Circuit. )
C O. BOCKUB. Uuslness Manager
of the Bulletin Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath deposes and says: That the fol'
lowing Is d true and correct statement
of the circulation, for the week endlug
Friday, November 30th, 190C, of lliet doubt.
Dally and Weekly Editions of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 24 2032
Monday, Nov. 26 2487
Tuesday, Nov. 27 2390
Wednesday, Nov. 28 2510
Thursday, Nov. 29 Holiday
Friday, Nov. 30 248G
Average dally circulation 2S01
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 1900 2490
rVurnber of Weeklies delivered on
J the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1098
Combined guaranteed average
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
by C. a. BOCKUS.
wo do not mean, of course, that this Is
an Impossibility. Hut It Is not out cf
place Id discuss tiio necessity iin.l tho
advisability for a change.
The Itepubllcan party has Jus)
pautit through a Territorial campaign
with results that were entirely satis
factory It controls both branches oi
the Legislature, having a large work
lug majority nnd n two-thirds vote lu
both houses. It can name tho Presi
dent of the .Senate, the Speaker of the
House, nml flit nil tho minor offices, it
ran pass whatever legislation may be
thought ileclrnblc for the best Interests
of thv Tvri'ltoiy, and will ho held
strictly nceoulitaulu for every law that
Is placed among the statutes. It Is to
Mr Kobertwn. na head of the party,
to whom credit Ik'Ioiiks for this Itc
publkan i.Kimliioiui', nnd to accept his
rcilgnntlim nt this time would be rank
What defeat the Republican party
".uttered In the t-ical County election
was by no means due to Mr. Robert
eon Ho was ttiiuuch to the party
thioughuut wM.'h Is moie than can be
said u( thoju who would llko to see hU
successor nunied on the Central ami
Kr?utlvn !... iuIum. The County
Committer made it hard nnd uphill fight
tor '.lie r.i nUlit Republican county
ticket, the result ot which Is still in
11 tii.il to tight traitors In Its
Subscribed and aworn to be
fore nio this 1st day of
SEAL December, Anno Domini
P. II. BURNETTE.
Notary Public, Ilrst Judicial Circuit.
DEC. 1, 10U
.Even he best cltlictis do not always
. make the best election Inspectors.
STIils Is the shopping season Then
are only twenty-four days inoto to
-r . i-
tTIie city l to be congratulated upon
the small, amount of damage done by
'the recent heavy rainfall.
t Governor Carter will only have him
self to thank, If Brown retains the
shrievalty, for giving his Inspectors di
rections to count Illegally marked bal
lots. The law la still greater than tho
Perhaps Mr. Fred Macfarlane ha3
had an Inducement held out to Mm nt
gobernatorlal mipport for the o dilutive
chair, In case of a slip In those Ver
min condltloim" that might lend Mr.
Carter to accept n second term, ,j
, . . 1
IAa thn Qnnrflmn Pnnrt found thnt
Sheriff Brown's claims for a recount
were sufficient to warrant one. It la In
order for the morning paper to stop
Its bunco talk and aid In getting what
the people want, an honest count.
i Mayor Schmltz. of San FranciBoo,
landed In New York In a state ot col
lapse, denouncing the graft churg-ia
made' against him as a polltlral liltk.
Ha had Just passed through an hour's
ordeal at the hands of a score ot the
best newspaper men lu the wot Id.
own ranl.B. within lis own party walls
In un honest contest with tho Demo
crats. It r.i..ihl huve been victorious
ihicii tluv.it and tut. Republican nolle! a
I. now that they sacrificed good men ot
their own party merely to tent a petty
personal spleen upon one or two Indl
vlduals under the guise ot the more oi
less popular cry ot "Down with bos
Hut now what do we find to be the.
teal reason? All that Is wanted Is :t
Change of leadership, a new boss. In
stead of Uoss Robertson the Republi
can party Is offered Boss Mncfarlanv
Kor Mr. Macfarlane, personally, the
Bulletin has the highest esteem, Hi
Is an estimable citizen, n man wl.J
elands among the highest with his
business associates, and n man who
has the confidence of the community.
But he can offer no claim to Rcpubll-
tnn leadership, he has no call upon tbt
party. To reach to tho highest posl
tlon In Its ranks he must do so by In
dividual effort, by on exhibition ol
leadership, by a display of his aptltuil
for politics, by proof of being a bar
monitor among tho captains, by abil
ity to adjust disputes, and last, but b)
no means least, by a frank avowal anC
acknowledgment that he Is belut
pushed Into office by no man, urged i
no Individual, but that he Is wid
enough and broad enough to represent
and bo a leader ot all.
What is most wanted In tho Republl
tan party nt the present time Is a man
who can reunite the disaffected Ha-,
wo''an vote. It Is a'hard task. In 1902
and. In 1904 the Hawallans were told
I hey must stand by their party, I lift I
they must tote the straight Republi
can ticket. They did so. At the Coun
ty election of 1905, and again In 1904
they witnessed the exhibition of the
Republican Governor of this Territory
publicly ndvocatlng a split ticket Junt
because his petty spite was bigger than '
his party loyalty. In 1905 he even went
to far as to cause the nomination ot a
candidate In direct opposition to tho
regular" Republican candidate. This
year he openly proclaimed his Inten-1
tlon to scratch hit party ticket at thr
primaries, and is believed to have tut:-'
en an net he part in tho defeat of tho,
Republican ticket though he did not
do so as brnrenly as In 1905.
With these exhibitions before I her.) I
oi temper from the highest Republican
oRlclnl In the Territory, who incited
the Itenulillcan voters to abandon their
party, the Hawallans can not be blamed!
for n temporary dlsloyntty. The blamfl'
belongs higher up, (in tho hilltop, to
the representative of the President oil
the United States If you please. And I
what Is wanted now Is a man who can
bring the Hawallans back into line, u
man who can explain away and smooth i
over the blunders of the Republican
Ooveruor. It Is a hard task Indeed for
any man, and we believe that It will be
n much harder ouo than Mr. Macfarlane
can successfully accomplish, starting
out ns ha will with the Impression
firmly fixed lu tho public mind that he
Is working for the Governor, with tin
Governor and directed by the Oovernor
Next wo coma to the point whether
Mr. Robertson really wishes to abun-
don all his connection and association
tL.ltli ,1m DAOnlttlAnti Pilm.nlMnA W
believe, not. As a matter of fact the
Bulletin knows that Mr. Robertson
would be very loath to do so. He Is
expected to return to Honolulu about
the time that the legislature 'will meet
and ho reluctantly left his resignation
hero from n high sense of public duty
feeling that party loyalty perhaps de
manded It ns there would be more ot
less work for the leaders to do anil
i.hey might prefer to have a worker lu
the place of the temporary absentee.
If the committee should decide, on
Monday next, to accept Mr. Robertson'!
leslgnatlon, which wo believe and hope
It will not do, then, and not till then
comes the question of his successor
In conclusion the Bulletin hopes that
the Republican committee will, on Mou
day next, refute to accept tho restgun-,
tlon of Mr. Robertson, It Is that gen
tleman's due lu recognition of his pas'
efficient services to the party.
I HOME OP GOOD THINQ8 J)
I DAI M I Three Delicacies If
AFFLICTED WITH CATARRH
LIFE HAD BECOME A BURDEN)
Pe-ru-na, Used As a Last Resort, Affords
1 WmSSi mSam
f miilSJil'' -;i"VA- JSBBBWV N
V iaA 1
bW. bsV LjbBb m -
The Relief experienced By Mrs.,
Carr Through the Use of Pe-ru-na,
After Havlni Tried the Best Pro
fessional Treatment In Vain, Is a
Matter of No Small Wonder
Among tier Many friend.
(The Dally Times, Davenport, Iowa
Tho Times Is In receipt of a special
edition of the Honolulu Evening Bul
letin, tilt- entire number being gotten
up by tho members of the Southern
California Editorial Association who
aro now In Hawaii on a visit. It Is a
novel and altogether unique example,
of newspaper work and will servo to
Mrs. V. Carr, Vineland, Ont., Can.,
"for severil years I was afflicted with
catarrh, which made llfo a burden.
"The coughing and hacking which
accompanied thodlscase was terrible,
"The complaint finally extended to
the stomach and 1 was In a wrotched
"I tried different remedies and the
best professional treatment all In Tain,
"Finally, as a last resort, I tried
Peruna upon the recommendation ot
my sister In Hamilton.
"I oonld ace steady Improvement and
after using four bottles of that precious
medicine I was feeling well again, my
old trouble, being completely a thing ot
"To-day I would not take one thousand
dollars for what this grand medicine
has done for me."
Many women owe their Ursa to
Peruna. A great many more owe their
health to Pernna.
A multitude of women throughout
Canada are using Peruna as a preventa
tive and a relief from catarrhal cougba
Wo have In our files a great number
of letters from grateful women who
have been benefited by Peruna, with
permission to use these letters In publlo
Catarrh wonld not be such a curse to
the human race if peoplo thoroughly
understood Its nature.
Ctttrrh It m dlteMte whkh never
prove ot It own accord, but become
Ice Cream Parlors,
You often want a coffte cake, don't
you? At brtakfatt or for afternoon
lunch, for Instance.
Our baker makti GENUINE GER
MAN COFPEE CAKE that la dell
cieualy goad and palatable telle for
only TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Our Almond-Filled Oerman Coflsa
Cake It a trtat for tvan a food con
nolattur, It tells for (0 ctnta ptr
The other delicacy It BUTTERNUT
BREAD. Made In tha tame six loaf
at ordinary bread and tells for tht
tam price. Why not try It?
116 HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
Le Ahoy Store News
WE WILL HAVE THIS WEEK A
Dress Silk Sale
Nott these prices than come and ice tht goodtt
VICEINE 8ILK 20t PER VARD
THISTLE SILK 17Kit PER YARD
J 033 Nuuanu St, between King arid Hotel.
deeper eated the longer It I neglected.
It tbouM be treated at once to pre
vent It (rota making Inroad upon vital
Do You Intend to Pay
Rent All Your Life'
If to don't coma to set
ut, Our bargains will not
Intertat you. But, If It la
your desire to tome time
be the owner of a vlnt and
fig tree. Call and Jet ut
show you some bargains.
$876 Will Buy a Home.
IN GOOD LOCATION. IN OTHER
8ECTION3 WE HAVE
Punahou District $3200.00
Young 8t $2500.00
King St $2500.00
,.j,The old and reliable Alameda ill Lc
the last Christmas boat to leave San
Francisco for Honolulu, sailing from
the Coast on December 16. and arriv
ing here four days beforo Chrhiluius.
which her officers will be able to enjoy
lu Honolulu. May she make ninny
more such trips!
' Should the result of the recount be
the re-election of A. SI. Brown to the
office of Sheriff, It Is quite possible that
the Democratic party may fight for
another election. As the new Incum
bent mutt take ofllco on the first n
next month, It will bo neon that here
Is title tlme'to lose.
Secretary Metcalf's trip to Son Kran
cisco to report upon the difficulty in
connection with tho attendance of Jap-
aneso children, ut tha public schools
there. Is believed to have resulted In
failure, and that tho Secretary will
report that It Is un entirely local af
fair. Another report, however, will
be made to the effect that no difficulty
stands In the way of obtaining a deci
sion In the courts that a treaty with u
foreign country Is the supreme taw of
the land. In this wuy there may ho an
avoidance ot International trouble,
though there Is likely to be some illf
Acuity with tho Sun KruncUraiH.
MR. ROBERTSON'S RESIGNATION
It teems to the llullitlu thut tho uv
pressed deslie touuept thu letlyi.utluu
of Mr. A. t), 51. ltolieitson us eltuft tiinn
of. thu Ituvuh Icun TerrlHirlui Contra!
Cummlllee, unit ns thalrmun u( Ihu
Ktei'iillvu Ciiminlltt'o, nIiiim limine
lnibU- Mr. IIoIhiiIsiiii lias held (In ,u.
illfnii for H'Vi'iul yearn, mill hut tlmiu
iiood wtuk fur Hi" l"iilv iIiiiIhk Ibxl
limn, In (ml H uiiulil lie illir.uull In
Iml H ll I IT IIIHM fir IIIW I'IMU'. IIHMIHM
, H. HERT8CHE....Otntral Managtr
i tr auuWoe&uM aOOBTMc
For tpeclal direction! everyone gists and will tuppty the retail trad
should rtad "The lilt of Life," a copy In Honolulu, Hawaii: Bcnaon, Smith
of which ,'turrounds each bottle. Pt- 4 Co., Hobron Drug .Co., Honolulu,
runa It for tale by the following drug- Hawaii. . . '.
Honl kaua, whisper low,
Soft at tropic bretiea blow,
Here't aloha oe to thte,
Lelt of love bind you and.mt.
acquaint the, people of .the -United
niuiuH wun lilt- maniioiu-resourccs oi
thu Island's! It tells In moat enthusias
tic terms of the hospitality extended
tho vIsltltiR members of tho press,
whose appreciation is voiced In ((low
ing accounts of the people, the busi
ness progress, the scenic beauty of tho
Islands, their round of entertainmeut
uml their Impressions of tho country.
Thus lu publlshlni; tho paper for one
day tho California editors gave tho Ha
wallans a chancu to "seo themselves
us others si'O them," nnd tho reflec
tion mtmt rortalnly be a gratlfylni; one
lo thu people who so coidlally opened
their home and heurts to thu Califor
Lunatllo St. (ntar Kewalo) ... .$30.00
McCully Strttt 20.00
Btrttanla Street 40.00
Protpect Strttt 27.50
King Strttt 30.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avtnut 35.00
Nuuanu Strett 50.00
Office tultta (Fort Street) 10.00
Lots In Manoa Valley, Puupueo
Tract $1,000. and upwards, according
to tiit, Cholei building site College
Hlllt two and a quarter acres at a
bargain, Half-acrt houit lot on
Punchbowl Slopes, Wery cheap for
Hini) Wilvih.un Trust Co,, U.,,
Corner r'oi l nrlMercbiutStJ
do you want to get HER a real
swell prtaent, one that can not help
but pltate, ont that will latt Indefi
nitely, a conttant reminder of tht
Saturday, December 1,
Stmr. K'lnau. Freeman, from Hllo
nnd way ports, 8:30 a. m.
Br. S. H. siiverlc, Shattou, from the
Azores, o' port 'J u. in.
a selection madt from our new
o AND o
will come very near filling tht bill.
Alto a largt lint of Imitation Shell
Ooodt, with or without Oold Mount
ings NOW ON DISPLAY,
Friday. November 30.
Stmr. Clnudlue, ul'rker, for Muul utirt
Hawaii ports, G p. in.
Stmr. .Mlkahnln. OreRory, for Kauai,
5 p. m.
Stmr Manna Lua, Slmerbon, for Maul
and Hawaii ports, 12 ni.
Stmr. I. Ikelike, Naopala, from Molo
knl ports, u. in.
Stmr Muul, Bennett, fiom Kauai'
ports, n m,
A.-ll, S. K. Aiizoniiu, from Seattle.
A.-ll, s. S. Nebraukati, Weeden, from
Are You In Doubt
A8 TO WHAT TO BUY FOR A
JU8T ALLOW US TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HAND
This year They're all tht Rage.
Wt have an Immense stock of all
klndt. Silver and Cold, Stt with Dla
mortdt, Rublet and Other Stontt.
C. A. NELSON, Agtnt
RAINIER BOTTLINQ WORKS,
PHONE WHITE 1331.
Temperatures C a. in., C7; 8 a., in.
Ti; 10 a. m 70; noon, 77; mornliiR
I!nromeler,.8 u. m., r.l.SI);' absolute
humidity, 8 u. m 0.721 grulus per
cubic foot; rulutlvo humidity, 8 u. in.
IK jmt tent; dew point, 8 a. m., 05.
Wind 0 u. m., velocity 3, direction
N, K,; 8 a. ,m., velocity 0, direction hi.;
10 u ni velocity 9, illiccttou S. 13.;
noon, velocity V, direction S. W.
Italufull durlnir 1M hours ended 8 a
m., 01 Inch, i
'lutul wind movemuiil durliiK "I
limns fnilml at noon, 100 miles,
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Hmllnii Director, II. H. Weuther Ituixuil
i . m
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
EnUred for Record Nov, 30, 1906,
Prom 10)30 a, m, to p, m,
Mulliul Alulitii (10 ''I "I '" I,1'' M")r
With i i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I'A
riw.iij (IIHIIiiiiiI ft Ml by H'ln In J A
AlUUIlK i i i '" '" ' ''
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MATINEE DECEMBER 8
CHILDREN'S AlD ASSOCIATION,
150 Children In Catt.
TICKETS $1.50, $1 and 75c.
On Sale at
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Tiie Toy Shop
SANTA CLAUS EMPORIUM
Tht largest assortment of TOY8
and HOLIDAY GOODS that evtr came
Tht ttore will be open Evtry Even
ing commencing Monday, Dec. 3rd, so
everyone, can tee our display.
WALL, NICHOLAS CO.,Ltd
p w j-gaa
J. M. Davis
SCWINQ MACHINE RBPAIREft.
1218 FORT 8T, mar BBRETANIA.
6wl,ifl maclilnii fir itli,
TPL, MAIN 11,
Reduction Sale of
HERE IS A MONEY-SAVING OFFERING
Until Christmas, we will sstl Ladies' Trimmed
Hats and M:n's Panama, Straw and Felt Hats
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
All Hats are popular shape's.
UYEDA HAT STORE
Nuuanu bitwn King and Hotel
Bulletin 76c, pur month
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