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nVCNMNM nUM.RTIN, ttONOMIMJ. T II MONDAY, DKC M. Ifinfi.
I Aim rlr-m llnwill, nlliinugh not In tlio
exnet terms 1 1ml ho used In n funnel
incssigc In Congress Thin llmo tlicie ,
ix more of detinue.. Implied In Ills 1 , (Continued from Page 1)
words mid the Intimation I, thil lla-1 UpUT '" houM., ".1 ",,,,T ' ?
wall 8 future and commercial problems " ' ' "a ""l " c. ' 7"
Published Every liay Kxrept Sunday,
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will be left sevcrcl) alone until tho
lure did not Intend that pait to apply'
El TO ME IIP
WALLACE R. FARRINCTON Editor
Entered at the I'ostorrice at Hono
nolulu as second class matter.
Pav?ble In Advanss.
tries choose to adopt. American Idcils
Ished bis argument, and tlie decision
ien enclose cei nuoec .micnc-uu men i . . ... , , , . ,
If there In. been nnj lulcewarmncssl " Cmijt wll probably not be rem I.
I'U'd llll III." iwmio "M. ...in..
In Aincrlcinlzntlon here, wo arc cci
lnlnl parti to blame There are thoso
ntnoiig un who know the standard oT
Ameili in Ideal een If that knowl
edge lu not been acquired b all the
trailers In our grcal Industries Should
nrRiied before tomorrow
llrown !s not et beaten He itlli
has n fighting chance No ileclslon In
the recount case has ct been rendered
Interim tallon of Hip word "American,
win not ro nnd talk It over with him
He will I ell them plainly enoiiRli nuil
will not stop to select the laiiRiuiRC of
i tlio dlnlomnt In the lellliiR A better
Pit month, anywncre In II. 9.. I ."S
ror quarter, nnwliere In U. S.. 2.00
rcrjenr, nnjwhcro I' S S.flO
Perear, postpaid foreign 11. uu
SW.MT t.u.iw.iti. ... .. . ...... . i.
Six months . . I 60 P'nn. even wouiii ue 10 iniiiice me
Per car, any wherein U.'s"!'! 1.00 President to ionic here and see om
Per ear, postpaid, foreign ... 2 00 londltlonn at flint hand and then lie
1 -""' would be In a belter position to frame
Territory of Hawaii, ) lis ndvhc If our lender' would show
Honolulu, ): a illeiioiltitui In take the Initiative, we
First Judicial Circuit, ) i are sure the Picsldcnt would be only
C (1 IIOCKPS Huslness Manager I too glad to meet them nt the hnlf-wny
of the tlitllei In Publishing Coinpanv, I house it ml een romo further As iC
Limited being first dill) sworn, on I Is now our Industrial nnd commercial
onto deposes and savs That the fnl problems nre lu drift If our lenders ro-
lowing Is a true nnd torrect statement fuse to adopt American Ideals I) lit
of lh circulation for tho week ending i such a tomlltlon must not be permit-
I'rltlit). December 7th. I'lOi. of the led lo exist
llallv and Weeklv Editions of the The llulletln believes that tho Prcsl-
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
.he he In doubt as to the President's ! "" I""Ke n" .,,,R n'n ""
Rrniueii nn opjiorcuiui iu iti-mm- -cae
upon certnln points of construe-
Saturday, Dec 1 2624
Monday, Dec. 3 . 2390
Tuesday, Dee. 4 2370
Wednesday, Dec. S 2125
Thursday, Dec. 6 2363
Friday, Dec. 7 2-155
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. . 1906 2-197
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone ...1098
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . -MKMl
UUl.tXTIN PIMIMHIIINtl CO. l.TI).
b t' (! IIOCKU8,
Subscribed and sworn to bu
fore me this sin ln of
(SHAM December. Anno Domini
p H liiTiiNirrTK,
Nolar, Public. First Judicial Circuit
i den' Ins received much misinforma
tion regarding Hawaii, Its lands nnd
their possibilities. Its present condl-
1 Hon Its development and men as to Its
leidershlp Much as It ma he posslblo
I to do In Hie line that he has Indicated
lor our future It Is not true that wo
nre governed b a li.mil of robbers, or
I that the Iron heel of capital Is pressed
Into the neck of Inlior Hut we believe
that such socialistic Ideas havo been
Implmiled In the President's mind He
knovs that land which Is held by law
In fee simple, or on lense, cannot bo
forelhl taken from Us rightful owners
We have not an unlimited urea of land
lllllt f nil !! 1ttfhttftt ih inti fitrt bnlllnliknlll
I mil ((ill ill- (ill ii II irl- III! fs-ui 1 1 VII t VII I
nt a moment's notice, nnd If the Prel- 1"' '"Pr ''J'1 w,"', fc,r ","r,, ''"'
rails lllllll lucre wriu oillli'fl I" mi
Aftei these prellnilnar remarks
Ion which he helloes have not been
sulllclonlly considered bv tlio Com I
It was expected that Hie final deil
slon In the case would be given tills
miming, nnd the inurt room was Pled
with Interested speclilors who weio
present to listen to wlnt the Justices
hid Id sn) and to witness the wind
up Inukei was proem In nntli Illa
tion of hearing himself, as ho "on
fldently expectel. declared legnll
elected Sheriff of Oiliu Countv It
was iiuuniclally nniiounied last hatur
Clean Certificates May
Be Decided On
The mailer of rolssuo stock per
tlrientes, which eoimnandiil tonslilci
nblo attention In the business com
tuunlt), and which was taken up by
tho Slock Exchange, has beRUii to bo
tho subject of considerable discussion
on (hi! street.
It was tho destruction of a largo
number of stock rcrlMmtcs In lln
wallan corporations In the San
rranclsco flro which enuseil Die tie
cesslt) for sonic action ill the mailer
The corporations, on proof of destruc
tion of the orlglnnl certificates being
da that the diclslon would be In his offered and confirmed. Issued to tho
favor b) a majorll of the Court oil bidders new certlfltntes. but stamped
two to one. Justice Wilder being thcjthu.i neross the face with n stninp,
dissenting member The postpone-' show !ng that they were reissues and
incut of the decision nnd the re-open- not the originals
lug of the (use came as a surprise to The stock brokers found llils solil
ctcr)li(Ml) I""" "r "' Jiroblem n ver tinsntlsfae-
When the Supreme Court louvctird lory one, as It wns found -ery illniuill
at 10 o'clock this inornliiR Chief Jus-1 to negotlntc such stocks, rinnlly a
llee Picir staled that I he result of the, inciting wns tnlleil of the Hxcl.nnge,
contest vv is genet ill known. exceptnt which It was ilulded thai no mom
In one particular It was nt.itcil last'ber should handle certificates hearing
Satuiibi, be said that In revising tlie.thp reissue stamp A committee wns
ballot the other da, llruvvn had gilnei nlso appointed lo lako tho inaHtr up
ine ote In iheiklng up, hovvevei, itwllh the nrlous corporations
wns discovered Hint Ilium was mil This Is where the matter stands nt
change, llrown being still but one vote present The toinmlltce. It Is under
nlr.ul of laiikeu Salurila afternoon si,i Intended nt first lo ml drops tho
lounsel discovered u new otc for Int.-1 corporations concerned by means of
kci which had not been counted, anil Hrc-ulnr letter, but tho probability
this placed ID own nnd laukea even tiat tliln will not be done; nt left,
without cnunllng the ballots wheru
Di:c in l'.idt.
An way Marshal Ili-mln can still
lay claim to being a peaie loiniulsslnn
tr mid ollir of .lii'm-Amerlniii troubled
News that China coincides Willi the
opinion of the President cm naturaliza
tion will have Hie effect of starling Sail
rrunilsin off red-hiinded again
Hawaii's kindest ulolia goes out t
Mother Parker. May all the blessings
to wlili h hiiniunlt) Is heir be showered
upon her lo mnko the burden of )catsj
light nnd overturning Willi Happiness
Roosevelt has heard u great deal
fioni Hawaii, but his latest coinmen:
carries the strong suggestion tint h
lias been grelvotisly misinformed re.
gardlng tho good will of Hawaii's com
mercial and Indufctrl-il leaders in tin k
llng revoliillonary reforms
If It Is unlet gambling the) me aflir
why should nil Ihe marching be con
fined to tho "other bide of l'ort street'
Poker Is not so fai removed from die
fa And some real people w ho don t
believes In gambling and lew wiliij
alarm the nllcRed conupllon of the
)oilth. have pla)cd cards fin ineine)
One of Ihe many v.rltcrs on John l
llockcfeller has said tli.it cartoons ami
condemnator) articles don't worr) him.
thu onl) thing that would make him
nil up and luke notice being an In
come) tax If tho message bo correctl)
reported tlio President has succeeded
In touching John's heart, whleh Is his
, A" expert on Insanll) defines Alex
ander Dowlo nsn paranolis unci who
Is absolutely sure ho is right Para
nolacH can bo rcekoneil In large lots
among a certain class In Hawaii mid
others consider l.iem qulto as eiazy us
dent were to come hero he would n'on
reillzo our conditions Palling this
should not something be done to coun
teract the Ideas that, the Ilullellu be
lieves have been wrongl) Impressed
upon hi m both as to our Industrial anil
commercial pioblems as well as In re
gard to our le lifers
Instead of the solution of our illfll
ciillles assuming that wo have all f II
cultles, being entlrel) up to Ihe peo
ple of Hawaii we think there Is at
leait some moral responsibility rest
lug upon the shoulders of the Chief
executive to aid us with feasible hiig
grstlnus tending toward tho accomp
lishment of his desires? I.cl both sides
What sort of men nre nlwavs nlnive
boird In their movements' Chessmen
Chief Justice Prenr announced tlia'
Justice lldrtwill would read the ma
orll) opinion of the Court
In the opinion rend by Justlco Hart
well It was held In ifTcet that the mat
ter depended upon a question of i "li
mit al presonl, as It Is now considered
er) likely that the corporations may
lake (he slops desired on Ihelr own
It Is reported that Hwa plantation
will piobahl) decide to Issue new- cer
HIlcntcB Instead of the ones dcstro)od,
but "e lean"; thai Is wlthuilt bearing
the stamp which shows that they aro
not Din nrlelnals Prom authoritative
.miction The Count) Aet as arfeillng iM),ir(.s tniH m,,c, ns learned. Till)
elections was tonlrnsteil with the He- lllnllrr hnH i,t.0 (onsldercd by tho In
led Statutes on t.ie same subject. nnu1Unl (1r,.t,,rs though no direct
several sections of each law were illcu ()r(. lm,,,tng ms taken it up. nnd will
and compirlsons made Attention wns1)(l prpllcmP,, ror ,ts(usslon nt tlio an
called to Ihe fact that under the He- , ni0CtnB r ,ho stockholders.
xlsed Slaliiles. u a case where ll'olwlllcll 1 lake placp next Pcbninry.
Stock brokers consider It probablo
that tho resulLwIII be that Hwn wilt
Ismio "clean" Lerllflcalcs. Hspeelal
oter had oted for more names than
Ihero were olllees to 111 I the billot was
rejected Hut 111 the case of Senators
ami iiepr.tentutives. mere are two , ,,, w,,, ,, nUnc.d to this
teparatc tlekcts. one for Senators iiml,. . ,., I.i,,1i,iv
Wh) Is a benevolent man like a enrt
hoive Ileiausi he stops nt Hie er) cit
decision, as 111 such n caso probably
the rest oi the corporations would fol
low suit Thero nre n number of peo
ple holding the ic Issue certlllates who
are awaiting nn Issuo of clean ecrtlll
cnles with some expectation, as their
stamped pprtlflcntes, while they of
ponrsp arc good for dividends, are al
most Impossible to negotiate
a it a a & & i:H a i it it -:t :t it it a
iiTtb"i) law places laukea JO otes aliiail
of llrown Pnless Judgo dear In his
argument this afternoon sue eedc In
changing tlio opinion, laukea will be
declared elected Hilt tho deelsle-i has
not jet been rendered, nm! there U still
n clianec that the Chief Justice nn I As
sociate Justice Hnrtvvell, or oui of
them, ma) bo convinced thnt the bil
lots should not be counted Hhoul'l
this be tho case, llrown and la ikea
will bo tied for the position of Shut ill
Justice Wilder made a stnti'iiH nt
" I from Ihe bench explaining his dUsent
PROTECT YOUR HOME AND OTH- lnB on()ll ilci( thut Ilio IStiUeU
ER PROPERTY BY INSURANCE.) Sl,ltlllP8 ,,,,, ,ip,,y lo tho Cotnty
election Tho statutes provide, wlnt
one fen Heprescntntlves If too many
Scnalois are" voted for It docs not In
validate Hie other ticket
In the case of tho Count) et It was
a ducstlon whether or not thero was
one ticket or several The County it
does not express!) slate Hull various
olllees should ho placed on ono bsil'ot.
Tho net of pulling them all on a sln(,l
ballot tho Court held Is merely f r
convenience, nnd they remain separate,
billots 'Ihe Court decided that tho
teuton of tho llnvlscd Laws docc no
npply In tho County election It held,
therefore thai In eases wliero the vot
er had xotcd for moro Supervisors than
(hero wern olllees to fill. It did not In
validate, his vote for other olllees, and
only the vote for Su.'ierv Isors slioiilif
he rejee le d
Chief Justli u I'riar explalnid late
in his ihimbeis that Ibis construction
Are You In Doubt
AS TO WHAT TO BUY TOR A
JU8T ALLOW U3 TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HANT
This year They're all the Rage.
We have an Immeme stock of alt
kinds. Silver and Gold, Set with Dia
monds, Rubles and Other Stones.
LEADING JEWELERS. , '
Benny & Company,
AND BUYERS OF ! "
Junk I H
We buy, sell, rent, ex:hange and repair "
all kinds of sewing machines. A large I
assortment of oil, needles and spare ' "
parts always on lund. Machines on . "
1266 AND 1268 FORT STREET.
PHONE MAIN 4S8.
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO,. Agents
W2 904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A. LIQUORS.
)l Tt It I! M W V X H I )f
If You Visit This Bi Store
DLOM'S big new store It now ready for Christmas with thou
sands of dainty, useful and handiome goods for holiday gift
Our large store has given us the opportunity to go more exlcnilve
ly Into Christmas than ever before. You will find our prices low
est. Do your buying early. You will thus avoid hurry, worry and
confusion, and be better satisfied on Christmas Day.
REMEMBER: We have thousand! of things wc cannot tell
about In Mils small (pace '
Wc INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR DISPLAY.
A Rlrtm Medel mock
M. U1U111, Fort Street, ;
i it X tt x ii H n it rf it if it ir w it ii
' ' ; i' if ii ii ii ;i u it m n u
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
12S FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machines for sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
Is like an excellent peaoh In liquid
form. Ask for It. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORK8,
HOME OF GOOD THINGS
Exquisite Designs from the Con
vents of Old Mexico in Dolleys,
Centrepieces, Tenerlffe Squares
and Mantel Covers.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
ALEX. YOUNG BLDG.
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 Is dell,
cloutly good and palatable sells for
only TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Our Almond-Filled German Coflse
Cake Is a treat for even a food con
noisseur. It sells for 50 centi 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?
116 HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
Waikiki Beach i
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
938 FORT ST.
It malirs nil tho illffcn mlo In tho
world how jou liitrrpirt a thins Tho
ri'inllns ulilc.li tho Portuguese Consul
Klvc g Hawaii's advertisements sent out
by the Hoard of ImnilKintlnii shows
Hint there Is no Justification for dis
appointment amoiiK tho Immigrants
And certainly It Is not lo Hawaii's hui
rlit for our own peonlo to open up the
ua to illbsutlsluUion tluoiiKli misinterpretation
Uilchrlsl Htewutt, a sou of T Mc.
Cants Stewart, Is the man who Intio
cluccd and put through the Republican
County Committee of New York a re e-
oliillon criticising the President foi
his dismissal of negro noons from tho
tinny as n punishment for tho sins in
their fellows As tlio chiilrmun of tlio
committee Is I'.irsons, the Hpi-chil frktul
of Itooseelt. It appears thut een the
President cannot ulwnjs carry polit
ical coiiiinltties nominal-)' his And
iilthough tho cliltr .Stewart lias tnUm
up his ahoilo In London, It Is evident
that he litis left behind a worthy u--KeentatUo,
who lefuse's to aiibscrlhe
o tho doctrine that the king cau do no
j.Xv,' j noes a-. ONO ssosisi.
Lunalilo St. (near Kewalo). .. .$30 00
McCully Street 20 00
Beretanla Street -10 00
Prospect Street 27 50
King Street 30 00
Aloha Lano 15 00
Matlock Avenue 36 00
Nuuanu Street 5000
Walklkl ... 2000
Office suites (Fort Street) 10 00
Just Received !
IN TIME FOR CHRISTMA3
Misses' and Ladies'
sized billots should bo usee! nnd rn
lilo for uniformity of color. It Is
further provided that tho County bit
lots should bo placed In one box
maikcd "county ballots."
Under tlio opinion of the majority
of tho Court, lie sulil. In order to count
those ballot upon which moro candi
dates wcie vole.l for thun thero were
eilllics to 1111, the Inspectors wenihl liavo
to ilo what the law docs not allow them
lo do. If a billot Is I ejected, tho law
provides that tlio Inspectors shall
mark upon Ihe back of It tho sit sic
word "rejected." Hut If they weio to
tollott the ruling of tho nuiorlty of the
Court, tlic would have to mark unui
the hick of such ballots tho words ".e
Jeclcel ns to Supervisors,' which would
ha it dlstlml violation of the law
Justleo Wilder held, therefore that
such hallots should not bo counted
Aftei tho Justices had given tholr
opinions In tho mnttcr, Judge. Hear
counsel for lliown, asked tho Court to
allow him to re-jrgue tho c.ibo upon
certain points which ho thought lnil
lint been carefully enough consumed
He stilted Hint he hail had no Idea th it
Ihete would be any question of count
ing Ihe i ejected hallots, unci that thuc
foin ho hid not gono Intci tho mallei
er eatefull Hut this opinion of llui
Couit made u decided chungo, anil ho
asked, therefore, thut ho ho given op
loitunit) to rc-argiio tho caso upon
AN AMERICAN HAWAIIAN
There hnf teen some illsei3ltlnt.
to lilnmu tho Pivsldeut for itgiiin
expressing himself In favor of nn
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-acre home lot on
Punchbowl Slopes. Very cheap for
Henri Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant Sts
COLORS: ALL WHITE, 3 styles,
WHITE with red or baby blue trim,
mings, RCD, NAVY, GRAY.
FOR USEFUL PRESENTS.
(Continued from Page 1)
Palms, ferns culladliinis, etc, 1st
prl7c for best anil largest colic ttlon.
$", 2nd prize, red ribbon
Clas 2 riowerlng Plants (potted) ,
Orchids, chrsaiilliemiiuis, etc. 1st
prizo for best and largest collection,
$ii, .'ml ptlze icd ribbon.
Chss .1 Cut riowers. Roses, enrtin
Ileitis, lilies, e le. 1st prizo for best
nnd Inrgesl collie Hon, $", 2nd prlzu,
Class I Pi nils: Oranges, lemons,
Units, pomelos, giapes, mnngoes, gun
a, star apples, pomegranates, llgs.i
papains, straw berries, tamarinds, ao-
cados, loquatH, pineapples, hannnns,
greuaillllas, htcadfrull, mangnsteens,
etc. 1st prizo for best and Inrgest col-1
lection, $5; 2nd prize, red ribbon, '
'Class .' Oranges. 1st prize for best
pine, ?1, 2ml prize, red ribbon, l
Class ii Lemons, 1st piizo for licit1
pinto, $1; 2nd prizo, red ribbon
Class 7 l.lmcs, 1st prizo for best
plate, ?1; 2nd prize, red ribbon.
Class h Pomelos. 1st prlro foi .
best plate, $1; 2nd prize, red ribbon.
Class II (! I apes. 1st prizo for best
plate, $1; 2nd prize, red ribbon.
Class 111 Klgs. 1st prizo for best '
plate. $1; 2nd prize, led rlhlion. !
Class It Papaias 1st pilzu feu .
best tin oo trulls, $1, 2nd prize, led,
Class 12 Pineapples 1st prize for
hist Ihreo fitilta, II, 2nd prizo, icd
Class I'l HtiawbtlirliH 1st prizo
for lust plate, 1; 2nd prize, red tlh
Class II llanaiias 1st prizo for,
best three hunches, tl; 2nd piizo, red'
Class in wrasses huh icnichti
Plants 1st pi lo foi best ami lirgest
collection, $. Mi, 2nd prize, red lib,
Class Id MIsiellanioUH Honey,'
Silk, etc 1st pilo tin each subclass,
blue ilhhon: 2nd prize red illibon
I'm fin Hum Infornuiilon roiiccrniug
exhibits, iiddress 1' (! Kiaiiss, see ro
I'm tilers' Institute, Honolulu,
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SO"- .! " -
C. A NELSON,
Rainier Bottling Works,
Phono White K131
Iijoii Ci irs statement that ho tan
wished to nuiko his iiigument upon , m, ,
points of construction and not of prln- Mrs Captain Illaik, tho wife of tho
clple, the Com t giiintcd his rcqucbt. veleian prlntet, Is being operated on
(lea i asked for a continuance unlit I at the Queen's Hospital this afternoon
Wcdncula), oi al least until tomono.v
morning, to prcpaio his argument, but Harry T Mills, plaintiff In Ihe catc
tho Court refused to allow him that1 of Hat ry T Mills vs, John S Walket
length of tlmo, and tct 2 o'clock this' and V O Irwin & Co , Ltd , garnishee
The Toy Shop
SANTA CLAUS EMI'ORIIIA
The largest assortment of TOYS
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever came
The store will he open Every Even
Inn commencing Monday, Dec. 3rd, so
everyone can tcc our display.
WALL, NICHOLAS CO,Ltd
afternoon ns tho tlmo for listening to
What Is thu host tiling out? A eciii
moved today, through his attorney, A
S llunipbie) to dismiss tlio appeal oi
the defendant foi thut Iho appeal h
taken fioni a Judgment I endued
ngnlnst tho defendant b default
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