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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. .T. H.. MONDAY. DEC. 3. 19CC.
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of the Uiilletln I'ubllshlug Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath, .deposes and says: That the fol
lowing Is a true and correct statement
of the circulation, for the week ending
Friday, Noember 30th, 100C, of thu
Dally and Weekly Editions of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 24 .... , 2C32
Monday, Nov. 26 2487
Tuesday, Nov.27 2390
Wednesday, Nov. 28 2510
Thursday, Nov. 29 , . . ..Holiday
Friday, Nov. 30 2486
Average dally circulation 2501
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 1906 2496
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1098
Combined guaranteed average
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ISKAI.) December, Anno Domini
V. II. UUHNETTB,
Notary Public, Klrst Judicial Circuit.
DEC. 3, l'JOU
Uepubllcans should not forget to prc
,aro a bill providing for a sinking fund
to1 pay off the Indebtedness of llauali.
If San Francisco's chief police Jie
allowed out on hall, the question nat
urally arises, how many of his force
should be in Jail.
This Is the evening to postpone ac
tion upon the resignation of A. (1. M.
Kohertsou. chairman of the Republi
can Central Committee.
Hawaii's Importnncit as un Amcrlciu
shipping center should rank next to the
big Atlantic ports. It would not take
us long to excel New Orleans and San
Francisco If we made the effort.
Since the Azoreans arrived In Ha
waii on Portugal's Restoration Day,
which they regard ns ono of good for
tune, It is to be hoped that good for
tune will be with them In the Island
home which they have selected for the
years to come.
It 'is rather significant when a Jap
anese legation, outside of the United
Spates, finds it necessary to Issue a
statement that war with Amerlcu Is
uulikety. This may almost be tnkeu
as an Indication that Japan Is inaklnt;
rapid preparations for such u con
tingency. The use of electric current for the
transmission of power has been one oi
the most notable features of the devel
opment of machinery In manufactures.
The first census to show electric power
was that of 1890, when 15,509 horsepow
er was reported. Lust year It had In
creased to 1,138,208 horsepower.
Perhaps the difficulty with Japan
may be settled by the subjects of the
Mikado comlug to the conclusion that
they do not wish their children to be
educated with American children, when
they read of mobs burning tobucco
Vulldlugs, destroying snuff factorlec,
lynching colored men and practising
such eccentricities us are unknown In
The Governor's financial budget for
the Legislature will evidently be moil
satisfactory, next February, than wna
his llrst exhibit, us the Exe-utlvo sug
gests an appropriation for city Im
provement and promotion work. Tho
latter would no doubt be spent to bel
ief purposo than a former sum of tweu
ty thousand dollars, which was hustled
out of the country to advertise our
All eastern prophet lias foretold
wholesale destruction In four nations
within tho next two years. There ara
twenty-five American cities on the
doomed list, but Sun Francisco Is oi.tlt
ted, probably owing to Its recent ti on
irics, New York will simply he swal
lowed, says the aged nstruuomlst, who
also predicts that thu earth's axis will
no longer bo ou a slant. We suggest
.that tho prognosllcator must have been
ou u sltute,.
Lust year thu value of the uiunufuc
lures of the United Slates ucurruuti-il
Hfluen billions of dollars, Tills is ut
(lie hu of $183 per rupllu of nur pop
ulation, or nni'-lhlril of lliu uveiugu un.
tiuul wanes of I lit' men, women uml
children who mndo the good. Our ex
ports of manufacturers amounted to
only C03,000.000, which la lens than
half of what Is consumed by only twen
ty countries nnd groups of Islands t or
dering upon the Pacific Ocean. This
does not take Into consideration the
values of manufactures we shipped to
Europe. Afilca, Western Asia nnd
Eastern American countries, and It
shows there is )et ample room lor the
extension of our Tratis-I'aclflc trade
A FREE FORT.
When (luicrnur Carter, nt the meet
ing of the Promotion Committee ou
Snturda), referred to the advisability
of making Honolulu n freo port for the
purpose of Increasing our Trans-Paclllc
trade, he undoubtedly meant that we
should undertake the establishment of
n large bonded warehouse sjslein. In
no other way can this become n freo
port, for the tariff laws of the Uultd
States nre as applicable here as on tho
mainland, and nil goods entering here
,for commercial purposes must pay the
regular rates of duty. Hut the port
can be made free, to all practical In
tents and purpuscs, by the erection of
warehouses In which goods from uuy
part of the world may be stored, under
the seal of the United States, to be re
tnowd therefrom only upon tho pay
ment of the Federal and warehouse
charges which, together with tho de
livery cost to and from ship's side,
would be practically nominal upon
large consignments. In tills way tho
manufacturers, of lloitun, New York
Philadelphia and nil other large In
dustrl.nl centers could havo their goods
here ready for delivery In Japan, China
and Australia within n couple of weeks
nfter they received their orders. To n
certain extent this might Interfere with
the business of Ilrltlsh merchants ns
conducted In HoiiRkung, but what we
wish to see established here Is u busi
ness that will benefit Hawaii. That It
ran be successfully dons there Is no
doubt If capital will engage In the en
terprise, nnd the capital need not be
The future prosperity of this Terri
tory will not he so largely dendeiit
upon sugar as It has been in tho past.
especially with the enforcement of the
present administration ixillcy of land
settlement and Americanization. It Is
well, therefore, to be prepared with an
auxiliary, If not n substitute, and this
can he found by devoting our energies
to tho utilization of tho natural gift of
localization that (lod has given to Ha
waii. HAWAIIAN PATENTS.
Captain Macaulay brought to public
attention u subject that Is of Import
ance to many people on these Islands,
when seeking Information as to the
rights accorded him under the laws of
Hawaii before tho date of our annexa
tion to the United States. He, with
many other of our citizens, patented
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
cx Mil sisoum,
Afcfc- iMVIItMf NT MtlNSUMMt A4INT
Lunalllo 8t. (near Kewato) ... .130.00
McCully Street 20.00
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect 8treet 27.60
King Street 30.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
Nuuanu 8treet , 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-sere house lot en
Punchbowl Slopes. Very cheap for
Hint) Witerhousi Trutt Co,, Ltd.,
Corner Fort ao1 Merchant Sis
Ills Inventions, but nt the present time
It Is extremely doubtful whether he
has any protection at law. His inven
tions may have been infringed or dupli
cated. Others may be enjoying the
fruits of his labor and skill under the
Federal laws of the United States while
he, an American citizen, has uninten
tionally been deprived of his rights Of
course, at the lime of annexation all
Hawaiian patents should have been
recorded In Washington with their
plans nnd models. Apparently this
was never done, through tin oversight.
Hut that Is small satisfaction to Cap
tain Macaulay and other Inventors
here. As far as the Organic Act Is con.
cemed there seems to have been no pro
vision for, or reference to, patents, ex
cepting as to the nbollshment of the
Hawaiian patent office. Now that pub
lic nttentlon has been drawn In the
matter, theie is no doubt that the Ex
ecutive mid the Delegate will use every
(ndeavor to have the wrong rlghted.nml
we believe that Congress will not hes
itate to accord to Hawaiian InvestoiM
that long-detnyed protection, under
Federal law, which should have been
accorded to them eight years ngo aim
which Is theirs by right.
OUR NEW IMMIGRANTS.
Wlillo congratulating Hawaii upon
the ni rival here of the new workers nnd
settlers who came to us last week It
should be remembered Hint their ndvant
was tho result of a large expenditure ot
money on the part or those Interested In
the sugar Industry, with a very con lid
ernblc risk attachment. Of course the
planters expect a return fur their In
vestment and It Is but reasonable that
they snould receive It. That Is the
Uut It must be remembered that these
new Immigrants, brought hero free ol
all expense to themselves, tiro In no way
compelled to work on tho plantations.
This point was forcibly brought out, u
lew weeks ago, by Governor Carter.
Tliwo families nre as free to go their
own way as are the Immigrants who
laud by thu thousands every day In
New York and other Atlantic cities.
Uut they must show that they will not
become, a public charge If they decide
to remain In Honolulu or seek employ
ment elsewhere than in thu cane fields.
fills Is thu only sufeguard afforded to
tho sugar planters for their original
There Is one more point that should
not be overlooked, and that Is the dis
position on the part of tho planters to
offer land enough for ti home, freo ot
all incumbrance, to thoso Azoreans
who remain with and work with them
for n stated period. Some plantations
nre unable to do this because their own
occupation Is subject to lease. Uut
when we consider that only a few yeuis
have elapsed since contract labor waa
available hero from all sources, this rc
mafknbla change In methods must cer
tainly be regarded ns a recognition, by
the plantation Interests, of the wishes
and Intentions of the administration
at Washington. And It has been
brought nlHiut solely through the per
sistent work of our Hoard of Immigra
tion. The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OEX, published In the Saturday Bulla
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana eomoieta reeunva of all l
gal notlcea, calls for tendera, Judg
ments, building permits and real ae
Late transactions. Evening Bulletin,
754 P" month. Weekly Bulletin,
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnt
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newa of tha day. For gl a yean
HOME AND OTH
938 FORT ST.
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.
Alto a large line of Imitation Shell
Goods, with or without Gold Mount
ings NOW ON DISPLAY.
Many Have Friends Here
, And Want To Go
ONE MAII1A6E SINCE THE
OILMAN, EXPRESSES HIMSELF AS
VERY WELL SATISFIED WITH
THE APPEARANCE OF
The work of distributing the Por
tuguese immigrants is going ou as
rapidly ns possible and It will not vic
long until they are nil out of tho re
ceiving station, rnd at work on tho
various plantations throughout the Is
lands or fettled In Honolulu and 'ho
other towns ns some of them nxprcsr
their. Intention of doing. The work of
examining the Immigrants was rnn
eluded about 10:30 last night, lII of
tliem" being passed with the pKcptiou
of u fe'W who nre still held In quaran
tine on account of having tho mciuIp-
or having been exposed to the disease.
"The'.dlslrlbutlon of tho families In
proving a vexatious problem. 1 ho-c
Irj charge of the work are nnx'us to
make ns fair a distribution as possible.
TherVhnve been applications from the
various plantations for futullle-i fnr In
excess of tho number that en:. b- sup
plied. J. A. Oilman wishes to supply
them I n' fair ratio, but this immlrc to
be & difficult 'matter, un account of the
fact that a large proportion of tin- Im
migrants wish to go to some particular
place. Many oT them, says Mr. Oilman
have In their pockets papers on which
Is. written the name of some plantation
where they have friends nnd to which
they wish loj go. The majority of them
show nn Inclination to go to work on
plantations on the railroad.
There are In nil 2.11 families among
the immigrants, besides tbj single
men. Thirty families tire listed to go
to Uwa pluntatlQn nnd 25 families to
Walalua,- FromJ5 to 2.' sIimI-j men
will also go to The latter plantation,
, According to statements madi; by of
ficers of tho Suverlc, she bivi-hl. .".i
stowaways from the Azores. Most of
these were men vyho had no passports
and stowed away to escape military
service, they being bound to servo a
Iterm In the nrmy according to the
law of their country. '
Commissioner Sargent when nsked
about tha matter Jthls mornlnz, statea
that he had no knowledge of it. that
ho had heard nothing of thero being
any stowaways. He said that every
person who was landed from the ship
was manifested. It Is stated that the
passports of the Immigrants nre not
with the Bblji. Mr, Sargent toys that
he wll-llook up the matter of tho How
' It Is learned that the figures pre
viously published of tho number ot
deaths aboard the Suverlc during the
voyage are Incorrect. The ship's of
ficers state, that there were 21 rieiths.
all of children under three years of age
unu most or them under one year.
Thero havo been two deaths Blnca the
passengers were landed. One child
died yesterday and another arly lhl
morning, Thro havo also been three
births since thu Suverlc arrived. One
child was born Immediately uflui- the
steamer docked and another soon inter
the passengers camo ashore. A third
child was born this morning, 'that
was all up to noon today.
'There was a marriage anions 11m
Immigrants this morning. Mnuuci
Maehado and Maria Unibclina rame to
the conclusion that they might m well
start their now life In Hawaii torether.
and 'this morning they went up to the
Portuguese church and were male hus
band and wife.
Hack of the marriage lies a story
Cool, mosqulto-proof rooms; also
rooms furnished for housekeeping
Alakea House, 1077 Alakea St.
The Hawaiian Pawn Co., ffiTKi!1Kst.
of desertion and family trouble. Ma
ria Umbcllna Is tho daughter of a Por
tuguese who shows a decided lack of
Jpatcrnal feeling. Maria nnd one sis
ter nre his children by a former wife.
He has by his second wife a numer
ous family of small children. During
the voyage the father became Incensed
because of the attentions paid Maria
by Maehado, and on landing her he
declared that he would have nothing
more to do with her or her sister. Be
ing thrown out on Hip world penniless
nnd with nothing to do, they were lia
ble under the Immigration laws to de
portation. Hut Maehado solved the
difficulty by marrying Mnrla.. The
oung couple then offered to take the
other sister to live with Ihem. Local
Portuguese, however, nre trying t
find another homo for hor. She may
go to live with n cousin, this being the
lirvierence expressed by her.
Thero hnve been some complaints
concerning tho liiantlty and quality of
the fare furnished tho Immigrants dur
ing the voyage, though no complaint
has been made to thu United States
Immigration officers Bo rnr as can
bo learned, however, thero Is no
ground for nny kick, the kickers, being
the usual disgruntled ones who would
not uo satisfied with anything. Tho
nurse who had them In charge states
that they had plenty to eat. "Ono
would think." she said, "that a big
piece of meat and six potatoes would
bo enough for any man. but somo of
them kicked because they didn't get
nine potatoes, und sugar to eat with
They are certainly being well fed
now at the Immigration station. Their
dinner at noon today was enough to
satisfy tho cravings of any healthy
man. They had boiled beef and cab-
bage, plenty of It, bread, crackers, ba
nanas and other things. And the way
lliey were disposing of It showed that
they brought their appetites with
them. There wero no Indications of
J. A. Oilman expresses himself as
moru than satisfied with thu appear
ance of tho immigrants. "They are a
much better lot than I anticipated," he
said this morning. They are nil heal
thy, except, of course, some of the
very small children, who were weak to
start with. Uut they look as If they
had been well fed, don't they? I am
very much plcused with them."
Commissioner Sargent nnd Captain
Shotton of the Suverlc were In consul
tation nil morning over some special
cases and the disposition to he made
of them. Two of them wero thu girls
mentioned above. Their cases nre sat
Isfactorlly settled and the others pro
bably will be soon.
IJjr Fin Job Printing at the Bul
letin office. '
Are You In Doubt
AS TO WHAT TO BUY FOR A
JUST ALLOW US TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HANI"
This year They're all the Rage.
We have an Immense atock of all
kinds. Sliver and Gold, Set with Dia
monds, Rubles and Other 8tones.
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
1218 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machlnea for sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
Are you buying anything In the JEWELRY LINE (for. the
Holidays? If so, doln't fall to see us before investing. ONE
THOUSAND UNREDEEMED PLEDGES; alto a Large Assort
ment of the VERY LATE8T DE8IGN8 IN JEWELRY.. Don't
slough your coin off. If you have to spend, get something for
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO,. Agents
902-004 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 306.
IMPORTERS AND DEALER8 IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS.
Ice Cream Parlors,
C. A. NELSON, Agent .
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
- PHONe'w'HITE 1331. '"
The Toy Shop
i ti n
WALL, NICHOLAS CO.,Ltd
Hotel Street Store
HOME OF GOOD THINGS
You often want a coffee cake, don't
you 7 At breakfast or for afternoon
lunch, for Instance,
Our baker makes GENUINE GER
MAN COFFEE CAKE that la dell
clouety good and palatable telle for
only TWENTY-FIVE CENT8.
Our Almond-Filled German Coffee
Cake la a treat for even a food con
noleseiir. It sells for DO cents per
The other delicacy Is BUTTERNUT
BREAD. Made In the same size loaf
as ordinary bread and sells for the
same price. Why not try It?
lit HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
Honl kaua, whisper low,
Soft as tropic breezec blow,
Here's aloha oe to thee,
Lels of love bind you and me.
The largcct assortment of TOY8
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever came
, to Honolulu.
-' The etore will be open Every Even
ing commencing Monday, Dec. 3rd, so
everyone can see our display.
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DCPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.