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of the circulation, for thn week cndlnc
Friday, Km ember 30th, 1000, of the
Dally and Weekly Edition of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Baturday, Nov. 24 2632
Monday, Nov. 20 2487
Tuesday, Nov. 27 2390
Wednesday, Nov. 28 2510
Thursday, Nov. 29 Holiday
Friday, Nov. 30 248S
Average dally circulation 2501
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Number of Weeklies delivered on
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(SEAL) December. Anno Domini
P. II lU'llNETTE,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
..DEC. B. 1!W
The band bos nro looking for the
ghost of Joo Cohen. It Is not Joe
The President mny bo expected to
show- his teeth should It be a fact that
the State Is greater than his sword
Should n new election bo ordcrpd l.y
the Supreme Court, tho control of the
police will be In the bands of Deputy
Sheriff Jarrett for a lime.
tion would It do to let tho Roternor
ount tho Supreme Court's recount,
nnd then let Secretary Atkinson check
off tho Coventor's llgurcs'
Those who hate seen tho splendid
exhibition at the Promotion Commit
tee nooms declaro that there cannot bo
better photographers in nny other city
In the Union.
-Thcro seems to bo no dllUculty nbout
the Portuguese going to work, nnd Iho
now nrrrltnls li.it i been hnndlcd ex
peditiously with credit to nil the olu
The Territorial Central Committee
did well In refusing to accept the res
ignation of Chairman Hobertsnn. It
should now contlnuo Its good work by
getting ready for tlio legislature.
According to the (Joternor, work Is
needed to get tho Consular Congress
hcldiln Honolulu, Hut ho bellctea In
work as a remedy for nil things nnd
j never afraid to bet tho example.
There was general surprise expressed
jcbterday at tho pro.oosul of President
Itoocevelt to naturallio Japanese, but
tho bcntlment was thnt It would be well
lo await fuller particulars before giv
ing tolce to opinions.
Now that General Weylcr Is at the
head of tho War Department of Spain
he may conclude to nsslst the Insui
lecto Unbans and btfr up more trouble
In tho Island wheto his reputation Is
none of tho most s&tory
Congressman Kahn Is evidently
looking forward lo homo foielrn Iron
y1 "le, and asks for an appropriation for
Br1 placing torpedoes In San rraurlHio
uy. tvn luivc not liraril or anybody
rushing lo tho relief of Hawaii
o( courho wo hate not licaul tho Inst
of;hq Hhcrllf contest mid It Is ipiitn
possible, thut it may give rite to an
effort lo tinseat cnmllilafs In the Les
Itlature Wo may consider ourtelves
lufk', then, If we rcjch l ho cud o( tlio
election of lOOii when tho tlmo arrive
lo cist our hullolH In 19ill
HAWAII AM) JAPAN
Tli llulletln doea not anticipate that
tlije bo any trouble, between Ja
pan 'and the United Slates over thn
Hh Franc6ro school fuctiiti tlhoiiM
I hriii ho, ho wet or. at any luliirn Mine
the ponlllnn of iiu,i k not mii en
Wsbln i hi ii mnler oUliK hmiiIIIIiiiij
'bk IVrrlliT)' U Hhmlllluly ilnfi'il).
I In Hid numl of n iMmimIIwi til
wrj,'"iwtvi i(i Iwu imllnin Jupuii
iiUMlu M LH y .i il III ULMIl Ml (M h
Iior n fleet of ttnrxhlpn thai could wine
out nnjtliliiR tho United Stales might
i send hero from the Pacific Conxl nnd
I tho Orient. With Honolulu In ll pos
session nnd tho tens of thousnnda of
'Japanese residents here, available for
jnny cnicrccncj, nu American force
could be prctented from landing. -In
1 pan unuld have thn coaling station
H...I tt.A . .1 ..it., I n . nt . l.nai. In. n.t...
i.iiiii iiiv mi ,iu,.,,i- ill n I'a.l' 1111 MI
I piles. Our ships would bo two thou
sand miles nwny from their nearest
(home port. Hcforo the United States
could send n larse fleet hero Irom the
Atlantic, this port Mould hato been
tendered almost Impregnable by n tnst
lone of Japanese rushed hero ttlth
I Mills and nmmunltlon of a character
Hint Is not nvnilnble In the American
I army. Whn,t tho United Slates baa
failed to ill), nnd li.is hardly cteti
'contemplated would he rushed to n
finish by tho busy Oilentnl workers
ttlth n rapidity Hint would nttound tho
i world In short, tho Teirltory of Ha
waii would bo absolutely at tho mercy
of Japan nnd nny .Inpanese military
nnd nntnl force that might bn ent
This Is not written In any alarmist
spirit or Intended In create a feeling
of drend among our people. It In sim
ply the truth, often told nnd often
HpoKen of. nnd Its publication may,
perhaps, bo the means of drawing tho
nttcntlun of the I'ederat (iotcrnmeni
nnd of Congress to tho absolutely help
less condition of this American Terri
tory In the Pacific As regards tho
Philippines the situation Is oven worse.
SECRETARY ROOT FOR COMMERCE
' Seeretar) Hoot has been more than
, fntiirnbly Impressed ttlth the reln
tlons between the United States and
I the South American icpuhllcH, nnd tho
I opportunity offered for n mighty Amer
ican commerce. Ho has also declared
I blmrelf strongly In fat or of n ship
I subsidy law, deploring tho decline of
jour merchant marine and saying that
the Amerltan shipowner could not car
I ry freight In competition with miiIisI
lillzeil foreign vessels. Spenktng at th
JTrnns-MlsslsslppI Commercial Con
gress. Mr. Hoot used these strong
I We are lltlng In n world not of
national competition, but of a sub
sidized competition. Stale nld to
steamship lines Is as much a part
of the cotumerclnl system of our
day as State employment of Con
suls to promotn business. For tho
American shipowner It Is not a
1 contest of Intelligence, skill, In
dustry nnd thrift ngalnst slmlliy
qualities In his competitors; It Is
a contest ngalnst his competitors
nnd his compel Horn' goternment
and his own government also.
Ilnwall should now take ndvnnlngo
of Secretary Hoot's otldcnt disposi
J. H. HERTSOHE... .General Manager
.SVri rv5yl!liiyMirNt ..iMuiwKtAoiNn
f OflM ,
Lunalllo St, (near Kewalo). ...$30.00
McCully Street 20.00
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect Street 27.50
King Street 30.00
Aloha Lane . . 1500
Matlock Avenue 36.00!
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Office aulfta (Fort Street) 10.00
Lots In Manoa Valley, Puupueo
Tract (1,000. and upwards, according
lo elie, Choice building site College
HIII-lwo and quarter acres at a
bargain, Hall acre home lot on
Punchbowl Slopes, Very cheap for
Hini) Wilorhouti Truil Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Fort atrl Merchant KU
. . I a .ITBBK a.
V ! l.CUHin iuijiuvnTMAaiNTS
linn In nld American commerce In ev
ciy feasible manner, and wc bellcto
he would lie piompt lo respond to our
KiiRgostlon for n Consular Convention
lo be held In Honolulu,
There ate no less than one hundred
nnd Ihlity-slx American consular offi
cers In the countries nnd possessions,
bordering upon tho Pacific Ocean, that
belong to foreign nations, not Includ
ing (onimcrcl.il ngents who arc usual
ly citrons of the country In which
they live. There arc twenty Consuls
General, of whom six aro located in
China. There aro fifty Consuls, of
whom no less thnn setentecn aro In
Mexico, with which country the United
States trammels a much larger propor-
Ion of trndo than with nny oilier of
tbo Amorlo.Cn republics. And there
are sixty-six Vice Consuls. As thcio
Is general Interest In the Trnns-l'nclflc
trndo pinJcHl Just now, thu whole list
Is given ns follow h:
Cnsls. Con- Vice
Country. Oenl. suit. Consuls,
Chile 4 4
China )'. fi 11
Colombia 1 2 .1
Costa Hlcn 2 2
Ecuador I 1
Franco (Tahiti) .. I 1
(Icrmnny (Apia) 1 .. I
New 'Zealand . . I . . 1
Tasmania I 1
Hongkong .... I . . 1
Melbourne .... I I I
New 8. Wales.. .. 1 I
Port Stanley ... 1
Singapore .... I .. 1
Guatemala I .. 1
Honduras I 4
Japan - I '
Mexico 2 17 in
Nicaragua ...... .. :i -1
Panama 1 I 2
Peru I -. 1
Slam 1 .. 1
Totals :ii r.n r,r.
If wo can manage to get only one
half of Ihc-se consular otflrera to Ho
nolulu wo shall bn doing rcmarknbly
well, beciiuso they will be followed by
numbers of other officials, merchants
new nmtM m wx.
W. C. Pearoek & Co. aro to be
brought Into court on a. stippoena mini,
moiis to unswer to tho charge of sell
ing adulterated liquor. W. C. Peacock,
tho head of tho film, was arrested cm
thn same charge nnd was discharged
jestcrdny on the ground thnt tho war
rant was defective In that It held tho
hend of the flrln llnhlc for acts com
mitted by tho corporation. It. W,
Ilreekona. who with C. W. Ashford, Is
Mclng as counsel for tho defense, stat
ed, in making his motion for tho dis
charge of his client, that there wns u
way to bring tho firm into court, but
that It did not lie in nrresting tho bcin!
of the firm. Tho court took his view
of the mnttcr, nnd tbo enso will now
bo brought up In corrected form.
mgf cin Job Printing at tha Bui-
PROTECT YOUR HOME AND OTH
ER PROPERTY BY IN8URANCE.
938 FORT 8T.
do you want to get HER a real
swell present, one that can not help
but please, one that wilt last Indefi
nitely, a constant reminder of the
a oelectlon made from our new
will come very near filling the bill.
Alio a large lino of Imitation Shell
Coorii, with or without Oold Mount
NOW ON DIBPLAY.
Oo nil QqckIh
H AND MY
(Continued from Pant 1.)
that tho ballots rejected by Iho court
bad been passed by tbo Inspectors.
Kinney aslted If ho had not told him
nt the foundry thnt no marked ballots
had been passed. Harker replied that
I ivinncy nnu mane a nenvy niacii marK
I nnd rubbed It out with his linger. He
i staled that a crnty man could liava
seen that mnrk, nnd suggested that
, Kinney came to see him there with a
i Ho stated thnt SI roup had on ono
'occasion read out the name of Trent
when the name on tho ballot was that
Hnnahl, a Democratic watcher In the
night Ii Precinct, wns called and asked
by Kinney If ho had challenged a to
ter, Malao. Ho stated lhat ho had on
Iho ground that Mntao had been con
tlctcd of a felony. He stated lhat Ma.
Ino had worn an A. V. Gear billion
and was asked If he had any conversa
tion with Malao ns to whom he voted
Gear objected lo tills as the matter
bncl not been mentioned In the peti
tion. A long dispute. In which many au
thorities wcro quoted, followed.
Tho court sustained tho objection
on iho ground lhat the registration list
was final so far as tho board of in
spectors was concerned, Justice Frcar
also stated thnt the court wa4 bound
by the registration list and thnt tho
only recourse was In action against
an Illegal voter for perjury.
Kinney offered lo show that Mnlao
had been sentenced to prison for five
years on n charge of attempt lo com
mit rape, doing released Nov, tl, 189S.
Thnt he voted at the election nnd for
A. M, Ilrown. Ho asked that this
might bo placed on the record.
He nlso offered to proic thnt Jas.
Mocnnhaelo waa under 21 years of ago
nnd had voted for 'ltrown In (he Sixth
Precinct of tho Kourth.
Clerk of Court Thompson was sworn.
Ho testified Hint tbo result of tho re
count allowed In Kourth District Ilrown
1311, Inukca 1383; Fifth District, lau
1ea 1301, Drown 1313; total: laukea
2681. Drown 2fiSL
Gear aakiil where he got his figures.
Ho slated that ho had not taken tbo
count himself .ldj( had gotten them
Justice Hartwcll stated that tho
count of thot court varied from thnt of
Clerk Thompson In ono precinct and
called for Iho ballots from that sec-
I lion that they might bo recounted.
Clerk -TJioiupiMn' count vnB exam
ined. Chief. Justlc e.Krcar acting as
auditor, nnd found to show a mistake
of one vote ln'tranc-rlhlng. A High of
relief passed through tho court room.
Tho court adjourned at 11:30 till 2
o'clock this afternoon.
Just before the Court adjourned tbo
records of the election of Iho Klghtlr
Precinct of tho 1 'in tl District wcro ord
ered produced before the Court this
afternoon. This wa3 done on tho sug
gestion of Chief JusGcn Krear thnt tU
registration records might bo compnrcd
with tbo returns. Tho records in qucs.
tion aro In the keeping of tho Secre
tary of the Territory.
The following tnblo shows tho totes
which were counted by thn Court for
both Drown nnd Inukca:
1st Precinct 127 17fi
2nd Precinct IG8 111
3rd Precinct Ill 128
1th Precinct ill! Ill
Mil Precinct ICS 1.1.'
Cth Precinct 131 232
Are You In Doubt
A8 TO WHAT TO BUY FOR A
JUST ALLOW US TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HANr
This year They're all the Rage,
We have an Immense stock of all
kinds. Silver and Gold, Set with Ola.
mondi, Rubies and Other Stones. 1
LEADINQ JEWELERS. '
J. M. Davis
6CWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER,
12H FORT 8T, near BeRRTANIA. '
Sewing machlnss for sals,
TCL. MAIN 11,
All tlti while and fancy colot
priced from (0 cents mm lo 1,3S,
0 K. CHOW,
COM, KINO WO lliygjl sjlHJBTB'l
iititrtii. t am '
1 siHWi'Pt' iaBRMMrv
'lii aBBBBfllkjalltV Bt.,
W&tliW&'Z'' '" fir
mi'fSmak&tzu t .: "
"My Endorsement or Pc-ru-na Is )
Based On Its Merits."
- Ed. Crumbo. S i
ED. CHUM IIO, Dx-Mayor of New
Albany, Intl., writes from fill K.
"My endorsement of Fernna is
based on its merits.
"If a man is sick he looks anxiously
for something which will cure him,
and Femna will do the work.
"I know that it will cure catarrh of
the head or stomach, indigestion,
headache and any weary or sick feel
ing. "It is bound to help anyone, if used
according to directions.
"I alxu know -iloreiM nf men who
speak In the hl;)ict terms nf IVriina
and liOTejct to bear of nnynno lining
disappointed In It."
Mr. Crumbo, In a later letter, dated
Aiir .'", Hill, stiys:
"My benlth Is good, at present, but If
I sliimlil liie to take any more medl
cine 1 w III fall bark on reruns."
For special directlona everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy I
of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa la for sale by the following drug
gists and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
& Co., Habron Drug Co., Honolulu,
7lh Precinct 1M 110
Mb Piccluct ir,0 117
Pill Prerlncl 20.1 132
10th Precinct Is 1.1
Tenuis 138.1 1.111
1st Precinct tl" K
2nd Preelnit M 100
3rd Pieclncl S5 I0'J
Uli Pietlnit iil r.2
.'th Precinct 22 1.1
ilh Precinct nil IS2
"ith Precinct 112 Mil
8th Precinct 110 "S
8th Pieclnct 17 13rt
inih Piccluct .12 r.:i
11th Preelnit 1.11 K
12lh Precinct mi IX!)
13th Picrlncl T.2 !)2
TutnlH 13(11 1311
Complete vote . .. 2dRI 2(M
The Christmas season Is upon us
anil no doubt you are wondering what
to give your husband or wife for a
Christmas Dox. What about fixing up
that den or sitting-room? Wc have
ideas you can have them,
Gijjni ol GlirlMnids a G Olgnt,
Cxqulslto Designs from the Con
vents of Old Mexico In Dolleys,
Centrepieces, Tenerlfle Squares
and Mantel Cavers,
HAWAII nOUTII BLAB. GUMO CO,
ALI.X. YOUfIG IlLOO,
i pout t Qii, aoriyT.
a K yjr
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DE ALERS IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS.
i&Siv,.. . .
5 HOME OF GOOD TH
Ice Cream Parlors,
Lunch Room '
f ii' J
C A. ISelMOitt Acjont.
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS,
PHONE WHITE 1331.
The Toy Shop
WALL, NICHOLAS CO,,Lld
" i..- ni ii, .,(,.., m, ,,.t
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
How long would It take you to use
so much flour? We have Just rccelv
ed 0000 bags of
- Centennial's Best
It will be gone In a Jiffy because we
have thousands of consumers. It's the
best flour sold In the Pacific.
$1.25 a Sack
PHONE MAIN 22.
& .Co., Ltd,
. Three Delicacies
You often want a coffee cake, don't
you 7 At breakfast or for afternoon
lunch, for instance. 'i
Our baker makea GENUINE GER
MAN COFFEE CAKE that Is dell,
clously good and palatable sells for
only TWENTY-FIVE CENT8.
, Our iA.lrnond-Fljled JSarman Coffee
Cake la a treat for even a food con
noisseur. It sells for SO cents per
The other delicacy Is BUTTERNUT
BREAD. Made in tha same size loaf
as ordinary bread and sella for the
same price. Why not try It7
116 HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
Honi kaua, whisper low,
Soft as tropic breezes blow,
Here's aloha oe to thee,
Lels of love bind you and me.
The ligest csoilinent of TOYB
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever came
The nloro will he open (.very Lvm
lug commencing Monday, Dec. 3rd, so
everyone can see our display.
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