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KVr.NINM IUJM.KTIN, HONOUILU. T It.. TUESDAY. DEC. 4, 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
tt 120 Ktne 8treet. Honolulu,
T. It., by the
i BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. rARRINBTON.. Editor
sssnsss i "' 1 1
Entered at tbe Postoftlce at Hono-1
nolulu as second class matter.
women, moic ttitscs to bo spent Intlio
homes or nnllallc tor the Bavtngs
banks, nnd an Improved moral condi
tion In tbe community
Parable In Advance.
, Evening Bulletin.
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Territory of Hawaii,
Pint Judicial Circuit. )
C. (1 HOCK US, lluslncss Manager
of the llulletln Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath deposes and says: That the fol
low Inc Is a true nnd correct statement
,,r Ihn rlrrul.it Inn. for iho week endlne
Friday. November 30th, 190C, of tho i"M not bo counted,
Dally and Weekly Editions of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 24 2632
Monday, Nov. 26 2487
Tueaday, Nov.27 2390
Wednesday, Nov. 23 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 i
Combined guaranteed average
BULLETIN I'ttnUSIIINO CO.. LTD.
by C. (1. IIOCKUS.
' liuslm-ss Manager.
Subscribed and svorn to bw
foro mo thlH 1st day of
ISEALl December, Anno Domini
P. II. nUIlNETTK.
Notary Public. First Judlcla" Circuit.
DEC I, moo
It Is to bo hoped that Kllauea will
'keep warmed up till nflcr the visit ot
tbe Pnclllc Coast consular corps.
' : , '
Atter tho Supreme bench has fin
ished counting the ballots In tho lau-kca-Drown
contest, how many will bo
THE SHERIFF COUNT
There Is n very undecided nnd hazy
Idea of the exact status of the Sheriff
contest rase in tho Supremo Court.
The Chief Justice m'ndc nn explanation
last week, to Attorney Kinney that did
not explain. As h rule the pcnplo arc
under the Imprcssloc that this Is mere
ly a preliminary teKt to enablo the Ju
dicial mind to deteimlne whether, or
not. Mr Drown Is entitled to n re
count. If so then n commission wilt
be appointed to ninko a legal count of
tho ballots. Others hold that this Is
the final count, nnd that Mr. Drown
or Mr. Inukea will be In or out ns tho
present count may .decide, or that the
two may have exactly Iho same num
ber of voles and n new election bo
As the present count will probably
be finished today, It Is to be hoped
Ihat the exact status of the case will
then bo mndo clear to tho ordinary lay
mind. If the court will give n ruling
ns to thu marking of a ballot, will de
fine a legally marked ballot that
should bo counted, nnd n ballot that
then the con-
lest will bo worth more thnn the lime,
trouble nnd money that hno been
spent upon il. Otherwise It will bo
practically useless. There are hun
dreds of people In tho community that
do not agree with the Judicial deci
sions ns to good nnd bad ballots, and
who argue that some ballots have been
wrongly counted by the bench, while
others hnve been wrongly thrown out.
If ft were known thai the Supremo
lleneh were unanimous in regard to
Its disposition of each nnd every bal
lot, then there would be n more set
tled confident!' In (he lesult. Follow
ing this, n ruling from the court with
nn exnet definition of n legal ballot
would bo of boricflt to Inspectors as
well ns to tho voters. Without this
the tendency will be to argue that the
present count means nothing and is
worth nothing, nnd that tho count of
the Inspectors of the election Is prob
ably tho more reliable because the In
spectors hnvo had u previous experi
ence which Is lacking to tho court.
Tho law says n ballot must bo marked
,';lntlic space provided "opposite the
name of the candidate. Nothing else
Is allowable. Dul u ballot should not
be thrown out If It cnrrles a fly piark,
nor If It has been accidentally torn by
an Inspector when unfolding It. And
wo are Infouued that this Inst has
been dono by tho court.
to any longing desire he may hac to
set foot upon the shores of tho Paradise
of the Pacific, that Is probably due to
cur extreme modesty Tho Philippines
get nn nbundnncc of free advertising
There Is always something to bo writ
ten about them nnd the Associated
Press aids In lis liberal circulation
Ilesldes there Is a wideawake nitmlnis
(ration nnd community at Manila that
always wants something nnd licllrtf(
In frequent nnd Judicious advertising, i
It cooperates with the local newspaper
men nnd gets It.
Hut here we have not overcome our
old missionary modesty, nnd our
needs nnd good deeds nro carefull) I
guarded from public light, while If!
00V. CARTER SAYS
Will Give His Personal
And Official Help
In speaking of Iho mccllnR hold yw
ttv.1 t n....1 in Ihn tlflllllllt Itf n
nnylKKly should commit a bad deed i r0mmcrcln co , ,, clly lhe
ought, per contra, to be promptly re.- .,,,. ,... Cati ,.,,, ,.
A-.-.! i.t at IIAH .... ..I.t.l It tliJi 1 ,,-',, ",-l """"" Vl " '
t-llUI 11 1IIU 1 (.'I 111 I "1 I'Ulll-U III ,,J, 1-e.ee
muckheap. Wo dodge our best public, ' , , ,, ,
friend, the newspaperman. Instead of '( , ' ,, vti.r.lnv
tnklng him Into our confidence and up.
predating tlinl Ills Is tncnnr.iostwoi a-' ,. ,,, Trlln, , ,, . ,1Pv deem
Is out for himself nnd wants to get In1
on the ground floor, while the newjpn-
ind now the matter Is up to the people
Territory lo do ns they dcon
If they approve of tho suggea
g business it. the community, ami , ' tll0 ill0.M.
at ho ran do mote pub le goo, J to the ( , , ' ' ,,,, ,, ,
jrrl ory than all our club and social , whlllcVcr , tllll t(, Mp , of.
lends put together. Each one of these ...... ,
Melnlly and personally.
"I n in heartily In favor of the plans
nnd believe that If o can secure the
ah nln .n llinl ion ((111 fltwl
and has often to bo content with stand-, ... , .. ,. . . ..,. ',,.., ,;,. ,,,
!""!f..r,r."l"'ViS":'n.f.l.r congress that wo will
Every member of the Social Science
CJlub should read tho opinion of'judgo
Pnrsonb on "courts not enumerated In
the Itovltcd 1-aws."
'' President Itoosovclt saluted the Piir
. to Itlcnns as "fellow citizens." nnd bald
ho would continue to use every erfort
- to secure citizenship for them.
Any trouble, or even a shadow of
trouble, between the United States nnd
Japan, would result In nn Immediate
suspension of thn emigration ot labor
from the Orient.
1 Pranco has barred American pork
, and' Italy ban raised Its embargo. At
' the same llmo Spain lomplalns of tho
methods of tho Lumber Trust, Its high
' prices und the poor quality of tho
lumber shipped. v
INVITE THE PRESIDENT
l has been very generally stated In
the public press on tho mainland, nnd
never contradicted, that tho President
is anxious to visit tho Philippines.
While nothing has been said in regard
Ing room in tho gallery. "
Hut that is not Inviting tho Presi
dent though It Is helping a good deal.
Mow? I.et the poor scribe be asked
to use his pencil In telling everybody
In tho United Stales that the Chamber
of Commerce and tbe Merchants' As
sociation of Honolulu have severally,
nnd Jointly, Invited tho President ot
the United Slates to visit Honolulu at
the time of 'the convention of tho Pa
cific Coast consuls, or at any otl cf
time, cither when going to or fro.u
the Philippine', or by cutting oft the
Manila end. 1'rarac the invitation in
proper form, send them through III-
Delegate with lorrect etiquette aid
gold seals, ask tho Movernor to help
the movement along, nnd then get lhe,
newspaper men of Honolulu to do tliu
leal work, not forgetting Wood's pen
cil, ami hammer nt the Job to n llnl.il.
Il would Jio such n big thing for Ha
waii that there arc some people here
who cannot appreciate Its Importance,
any moro than they ran the Import
nnre of having n convention of Amer
lean consuls held In Honolulu. '
Inrclgn nations on lhe Pnclllc will sum
rcprcentatlves here To be able to
see thn consuls from so mnny ports nil
together nnd get their views on thu
many trade conditions In pcrhnps a
space (if threo days, would be nn In
valuable help to Amerlcnn merchants
"Tho start bus now been made and
It Is up to tho commercial bodies to
take tho matter In hand. They shall
have all the assistance that I enn givo
them but they must remember that
they must work nt It themselves nnd
not let themselves believn Hint a propo
sition of this kind ran run Itself,
IMKchclUllte. Iowa, Index)
Ono of tho most unique and Interest
ing newspapers that has come to notice
for some time Is the Evening llulletln.
published nt Honolulu, Territory ol
Hawaii, dated September 20, 190G. It
was written' up by members of the
Southern California Editorial Associa
tion, who held their annual convention
In that city. It Is n 20-pngo paper anil
tontnlns tho impressions of many writ
ers, all speaking In glowing terms of
the beauty and possibilities ot the Is
land, nnd a vast amount ot useful In
formation Ih Imparted.
PETER AND PAN
. What Is mind? No matter.
Whni Is matter? Never mind.
What tree ,ls nearest the sea?'
What Is the bcrt thing out? A ii.
What black thing enlightens the
What chasm often separates friends?
Name something wllli two heads ami
one iKxly? A barrel.
If you were to ride a donkey what
fruit would you rekomble? A pair.
What Is that, which Is lengthened by
being cut nt both ends? A ditch.
'What sort of men nro nlwnys above
board In tliclr; movements? Chessmen.
Why Is a benevolent man llko a can
hoisc? Ilccauffc he stops nt the cry ot
Kilohana Art League Is
Now Open To
The semiannual exhibition of tho
Kilohana Art League opened last night
with a "prlvato view," at which tho
members nnd their friends had n
friendly chat over things accomplish
ed nnd greater things lo bo. Tho ex
hibition Is now open to the public dal
ly from 9 n. ni. to 5 p. m. and from 7
to !) p. in
Tho exhibition Is not a large one.
but Is rather more Interesting than 1
some of tho ptcvlotm ones, D. II.
Hitchcock nnd .Ins. A. Wilder, the lat
ter especially Interesting ns he Is now
to thu general public, dominate, but It
Is welt they do so, as both have some
exceedingly good pictures, well chos
en nnd well handled subjects, among
Mrs. Dccnto has two pictures on
vlow, both good: ono of them, "Tho
Pond," In an exceedingly attractive
picture, where careful treatment nnd l
a beautllul subject have produced I
charming results. A II, (lurrey has
some of the best pictures of the exhi
bition, while V. S. Maloncy's collection
includes several very good bits, al
though Kdnic of them are sullcrlng
from the disadvantage of being hung
In poor light. The catalogue In full Is
Sketch .las. A. Wilder.
Vista, Knllhl Valley I). Howard
Ulossoms, Toklo !'. H. Ma-
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S- FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
902904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE'MAIN 308.
IMPORTEH8 AND DE ALER8 IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS.
-fr 6000 Bags
S eV Br m
J BESt I
How long would It take you to uee
so much flour? We have Jutt reeelv
ed 6000 bags of
It will be gone lit a Jiffy b:cuie'wc
have thousande of conlumere. It's the
best flour sold In the Pacific.
$1.25 a Sack
PHONE MAIN 22.
Henry May & Co., Ltd,
For tho first tlmo In San Krancitco's
history the name of Its chief cxrcutlvo
has been read by n Judge of a criminal
court from the calendar, it w'as writ
ten In between the numes of a mur
derer and a petty thief.
A Japanese company lias been organ
lied In San Pranclsco to transact a gen
eral drayagc, delivery nnd transfer
business. II will be Interesting to note
it any Interference be offered by tho
labor unions on tbo co.isl to its com
The Federal law department bns
been Investigating tho Pacllle Coast
lumber trust. Upon tho day that the
evidence wns forwarded to the Attor
ney General at Washington, tho pnco
of lumber was ndvunccd ono and two
dollars per thousand feet.
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Manager
.V ,v Vlr.tTooK Arf.ott es
That - Honolulu business men ran
hustle has been shown by the action ol
oir contractors and tho Merchants'
Association In getting a postponement
of the opening, of bids for tho lopro
Barluin. Now let us see tho hnmo en
ergy devoted to thn Consular Congicss.
. i .
Therc Is moro buncombe talked In
Honolulu about dishonest elections
tlian In any other community of tho
tame voting slzo in tho United Stntcs,
It shows a nasty, carping and bus
plclous frame of mind, due n part to
our Isolation und In part to a lack ot
tic'althy menial miration. There If
far loo much sticct-iorncr g3ilp.
If Trcnsurer Campbell can secure a
conviction iigalnst the Mdlers of ailni
tei'ulcd Ijquor, one advance step will
have been iiiudo tuuuid a decrease In
drunkenness, If tho lx-glslaturo will
follow ithls with u high IkeiiMi law,
I We will bo u second forward nunc
toward sreuter temperance. If the
alrion-kccncra will then rcturu tn
twVnty.flvn tent ilrlnki, tho outputs
H hnre been carried. It tho pollm
Hli'i-li' i iirldly enforce tho luw (hero
ni leJi'inliiis fur lhe ill
It Is announced that "Peter Pan
will, yet once moie, bo produced nt
Chrntmns. Our theatrical correspond
cnt Informs us that tho management Is
wondering how it will pan out, nnd ri
val managements when II will peter
The BUSINE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls-
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume ef all le
gal noticee, calls for tendere, Judg
ments, building permits and real ae
tata transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 P' month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
PROTECT YOUR HOME AND OTH
ER PROPERTY BY IN8URANCE.
938 FORT ST.
Weekly Bulletin SI per yew.
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 n Immense stock of all
kind. Ivrr and Gold, Set with Dia
mond!, Rubies and Other Stones.
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
Lunalllo St. (near Kewalo).... $30.00
McCully Street 20.00
Beretanla Street . 40.00
Prospect Street 27.50
King Street 30.00
Aloha Lan 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-aere house lot on
Punchbowl 8lopei, Very cheap for
a selection made from our new
o AND o
will come very near filling the bill.
Aleo a large line of Imitation Shell
Goods, with or without Gold Mount
ings NOW ON DISPLAY.
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
128 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
8ewlng maehlnea for aale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
Study .Ins. A. Wilder.
The Waves Play In Their Itobcs of
White. While Mother Sea l.lcs Dream-1
Ing I). Howard Hitchcock.
Ilrctnn Peasant Jas. A. Wilder.
When the Clouds Light Up and Hills
Ilecome Velvet I). Howard Hitchcock. J
Old Mission House, Lahalna V. S.
Slalrway, Mission House, Lahnlna
V. 8. Mnluny. I
Hawaiian Valley P. II. Dodge. J
Showers. Alea A. II. Parke.
Pearl Harbor A. II Parko
A Sky Line, Venice P. II, Dodge.
Looking Eastward to tho Sea A. II.
Sketch at Walalua P. II. Dodgo.
Close of Day D. Howard Hitch
Thu Klanio Tree (Polnelana Itegln)
D. Howard Hitchcock.
The Pond Mrs. Decoto.
Temple Gate, Toklo K. S. Molony
Trade Wind Clouds Como Ilnwjlng
O'er tho Hills D. Howard Hitchcock,
Diamond Head from the Sea A. II.
Harbor Entrance A. II. (lurrey.
A Wet Day, Kahana Valley D.
A Cocoanut Study K. 8. Malony.
Aground IJ. Howard llllihcock.
Montclalr Hills In Winter D. How
Evening nt Walklkl D. Howard
The Wind Jammer A. 11. (lurrey.
Moonlight Effort A. It. (lurrey.
The nlack Hock I). Howard Hitch
cock. Storm Effect I). Howard Hitch
cock. Canal Scene. Toklo V. S. Malony.
Tho I.auhata Tree D. Howard j
A lilt of Hawaii P. II. Dodge.
The Ilcauty and Mystery of the
Ships P. II. Dodge.
Tho Wave K. L-. Hutchinson.
Sketch at Palama P. II. Dodge.
Sunset from Lnhalna Mrs. Decoto.
Decorated Ottoman M. Ilothwcll.
Howl, Pyrography M. Ilothwcll,
Dccoratlvo Panel M. Rothwclt.
Knhnolawe from Lahalna A. II.
HOME OF GOOD THINGS
U A I M l Three Delicacies I
Ice Cream Parlors,
You often want a coffee cake, don't
you? At breakfast or for afternoon
lunch, for Instance.
Our baker makes GENUINE GER
MAN COFFEE 'CAKE that le dell
elously good and palatable sells for
enjy TWENTY-FIVE CENT8.
Our Almond-Filled German Coffee
Cake le a treat for even a food con
nolseeur. It sells for 50 cente per
The other dellcacy'ls BUTTERNUT
BREAD. Made In the same elze loaf
ae ordinary bread and sells for the
same price. Why not try It?
111 HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
I -l,l 't I J'jj,
Honl kaua, whisper low,
Soft as tropic breeze blow,
Here's aloha oe to thee, "
Lels of love bind you and .me,
C. A. NEL80N, Agent
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS,
PHONE WHITE 1331.
Tho Weekly KcmiOD' of tbe Bynlni
Bulletin gives a complete auuiuaay of
tho news of the day. Fbr 81 a year.
aa-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
ocnu i our menus un 1.11c
an assorted box of the new season's fresh fruits, such as
Oranges. Apples, Lemons.
noncovicni's high grade assorted cmocolatu and
FRENCH MIXED CAN0IES,
IN 1-2, 1 AND 2 lb. DOXES,
Roncovieri's Candles have sprung up since the San Francisco
earthquake and are the finest In the market.
We pack these things to make them CHRISTMAS UOXC0 In
looks as well as reality,
J. M. Levy & Co.
SANTA CLAUS EMPORIUM,
The largest asoortmeut of TOYS
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever came
The fitorc will be open Every Even
Ing commencing Monday, Dec. 3rd, so
everyone can see our display.
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