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nVRNINd BULLETIN. HONOLULU T H T1'E3DY DEC 11, 1900.
Published Every Uajr Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T, H by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
' w i
WALLACE K. FARRINQTON Editor
Entered at the Poatollfce at Mono-'
oolulii as second class matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE3. '
Payable In Advance.
! QUIETUS GIVEN TO ,
Evening Bulletin. I
Permonlh, anywhere lu U, 3..) .73 '
Per quarter, anywhere lu U. 3.. 2.00 l
Per y ear, any where U. 3 ,. S.OU
Per year, postpaid, forelitu 11. 00
Stxnioatbs I .CO j
Peryear, unywuere lu U. 3 1.00,
Peryenr. postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 i
Territory of Hawaii, )
First Judicial Circuit. )
C. O. UOCKl'B. lluslness Manager
of the Hulletln I'uUlitbluK Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
iatli deposes und sas. That the fol
lowing In a Hue and correct statement
of the circulation, for the week ending
Friday, Dei-ember "ill, 1&0U of the
Dally and Weekly Edition of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday. Dec. 1 2024 I
Monday, Dec. 3 2390 j
Tuesday, Dec. 4 2370
Wednesday, Dec. 5 2425
Thursday, Dec. 0 2368
Friday, Dec. 7. 2455
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 1906 2497
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1098
Combined guaranteed average
UULLKTIN PUULISHINO CO.. LTD.
by C. O. 110CKU3,
Subsrilbed and sworn to be
fore mu thin Mil duy of
.SEAL December. Anno Domini
P. H. lJimNETTE,
Notary Public, Flint Judicial Circuit
llii-nif lltvlil mi il. oitl.tn, i nflilnli in!
I 11 1 u 11 11 ,11 1 I'll niu BU MJt'l b II IIH II III
some unbiased minds ("tcmpllflcs the
mysterious workings of the brains be
hind the law.
The fondest hope of the Ilullctln li
that the majority of the Court Can In
ltd Inner consciousness be perfectly
satisfied 1 tin t conclusions on matters
of law vverp not svvaed consciously or
unconsciously b the Knowledge ol
how tin1 disputed volet stood nud what
wcmlil lie the filllrntnp If 'illepnil illpp-11
votes wcie elec-laii-d lcg.il Wo innlic; Hliow n li the Siifii ! Court In lie
ibis Malemetit becnusc lriespcctlvo of liotliliiK "l "ligioiiudeil Imaginings
w h.u others may say n man's Lent sup-l '" ,M "Pinion l tins election contest.
. .. i, ii ...... .. .!.. .i.i.i . Chief Justice rear sett cm the mailer i
pent I. lis .mil conscience Ills conclusively lllu fummluK words: I
..ini.uian irucoi n jiuigu wno Know ! he resnon.lent eible, ted l.i ll.e lnlro-1
The lasterlcnl assertions made te
centl) by the Advertiser that the hal
cenuj hy (lie Advertiser tnnt tne nai n n n-i....
lots might have been tampered with b , jQOTQ CailiPere BPIflgS
lliilfatiilenu or some one else have been '
r. bother be lias discussed tile situation
with or been Inlluemed by outRlders.
The decision of the rourt should he
of great value In frntnlui; a new clec
tjon law which this paper hope will
clearly itellne a legal ballot, mid make
acceptable nil that portion of tho
Count ballot which the voter has
marked correctlj. And make the law
so clear that there wilt be no tempta
tion to leverse Judicial Interpretations
In event of u bitter controversy
duct Ion if any of the ballots lu I'll-
Among thn urrlvals of note on the
Nippon Maril from the Orient Is lleurKi
deuce until ll was shown ulllrmativel) i (.'umpete. nuo of the best known ehi!
that they were lu the same condition luinoliiKlstH In the lulled States, mid
III which they were when they werer 1 1 1 ri t. matter. Ill the world. He In,
caht and when they were deposited by j jimi ictuiulhK Irom a Irlji lu which hi
the InspectoiH with the County Clerk
tlicli li-Kiil cusliidlati. This was done
In the sallifacllou of the court not
has visited most of the lountiles lu
Asia and Europe nud has ncionipllshed
work which will he of Kieiit value to
tisr u ii s slma xi
It Is tine (is suggested by a contem
pmary that the President lias leeched
Itiformatlou regarding Hawaii fiom
very capable men.
It Is nWo apparent that the President
has ncelved Information regarding
Hawaii from some decidedly prejudiced
bimrees with re, personal lixe to grind.
This must be so. for when a digni
tary of the (lovernment paws the nlr
und swings a tomnhnvvk like n I'lu'.e
Indian the only charitable concliul-ui
Is that there Is uilslnforinntioii ami
that possibly from u man ur men with
mure anxiety for palng up n griuUe
than nldlng In the practical advui.ee-
tnent of the coutnry.
In any event the best tiling that
could happen Is for thu President hlui-
sclf to look over Hawaii and see It us
It Is. There Iibr been much to suggest
that nt least one of those In his olllcla
family has very little use for the Is
DEC. 11, 1WIU.
THE 1AUKEA-BR0WN DECISION
The llullelln fully i (incurs In what
It understands to be the ((inclusion ot
the Supremo Court, that u voter's error
in marking one olllcer on thu County
ballot does not or should not destroy
hU ballot ns regards the olllcer or olll
(ers for whom he has marked his bal
Tho llullelln -wishes also that It
could bu enthusiastically conlldent that
the decision of the majority of the Su
preme Court was entliely unlnllueuced
by tho discoveries of the preliminary
Investigation and the consequent
knowledge of how u declaration of law
would effect the flnal result.
(Iniiitlng that the counts and :
(ounts of the ballots by the Justties
have shown luukea to have u clear ma
jority of the votes marked properly for
Sheriff, regardless of how soinu ct'y.eli3
may have voted for Supervisor or au
other olllcer on the list, he Is certainly
entitled to the olllce of Sheriff of tho
County of Oalm und thn llulletln n-i'ls
lie will administer his duties with hi n
or to himself and to the Hitlsf.ictioti
of the iieople.
Since the Supreme Court has made
numerous exhibitions, some of which
have led thu liar Association to call
for a court of increased membership,
It will not be uurpilslng to the com
munity If this paper exp'.-Msos the
opinion that the highest com I of the
Territory seems on occasion in be cap
Mile of doing ttrange und wonderful
Citizens not versed In the law have
been unable to fully understand vliy
this court should deem It n'ce-i&r.ry to
learn the condition of all tie.' lnluth
und how certain decisions wo -Id cl'eit
thu final result, before makln,? j ri'l
lug on what Is und what Is nut .1 legal
Sit Is hard for tho untutored to under
stand why It Is necessary lo know how
many of such nud such votes there jre,
before the lourt can properl render a
decision on tho status o; n liullol
marked correctly for Sheriff hut Incor
rectly marked for Super-Uor or any
other County olllcer. And such hc'ng
the case It Is easy for Oii-s-3 untutored
ones to have u feeling i piiionchlng il
conviction that the ' our, wns even
unconsciously Inlluemed In lis decision
by n knowledge of whose ox would be
As this paper uti'lei stands It. Chief
Justice I-'iear nindo u radii from tho
bench In the Adams -l-Vrnauclsi con
tested election case tliut tho ballots
now declared legal wen Illegal. This
was not a formal decision of the court
though It was urged ns such by Inn
kca's friends when I Ik 5 thought Bttrh
a ruling would he favorably to his
cause. It was also pruscuicii ns unfav
orable to Drown becine ho would tup-poi-cdly
have ono member of Ihu court
with Ills mind nlreadv r.i.ulo up.
We presttmo the explanation of this
apparent reversal Is that the Chief
Justice made an off-'mij ruling lu the
first Instance, bu aft?r the mutter wus
so thoroughly anvied 'iy brillliint coun
tel In tho case .iioim tecemly before
tho Court, the error of tho original rul
ing was observid .ipi! cone.- cl Ana
vim will not ailmlt that it Is l-eilrr in
roriect an error than tn hold to u
former opinion Just because It was a
former opinion, und on tho record.
The written opinion of thu court may
MUCH THAT IS NATIVE
I. Nichols (Iowa) Unzettel
We iiiv In receipt of u copy ot the
Evening llullelln published at Hono
lulu. Hawaii. This copy Is edited by
the Southern California Editorial An
soclntlon, the members of which lire
making a tour of the Islands, lu spite
of the fact that it claims to be edited
by Americans, It contnlus much Hint
seems to bu nutlvo to tho Islands. The
members speak III glowing terms oi
(Minute, resource and future of these
Islands. One of tho members expresses
it desire to return and make his home
there, and another (u lady) Is trying
to sell her return ticket. Another biijs
that It Is so veritable u garden of Eden
that tho trail of the serpent cannot be
found on It. We expect to reproduce
some of the paragraphs lu tills city.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
aVA 1 viIOCK..iioho
Lunalllo St. (near Kewalo). ...$30.00
McCully Street 20.00
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect Street 27.50
King Street 30.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Office suites (Fort Street) 10.00
Lots In Manoa Valley, Puupueo
Tract S1.000. and uawardi. aecordinn
to size. Choice building site College
Hills two and a quarter acres at a
bargain. Half-acre house lot on
Punchbowl Slopes, Very cheap for
Henr, Watorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Corner Fort anl Merchant Sts
withstanding that an assistant cIcik the agricultural luleicsls nl the United
in the (.'omity Clerk a ollue. who was I Stales.
also an assistant clerk of the Itejiub-j Ills special Hue lies 111 finding pai-
llcan Count) Committee, which was uslles which will destrov the scale ami
composed largely of special adherents ' Inseds Hint destroy our fruit tices nnd
of the petitioner, and whose chairman other vegetation. A parasite which he
was the clerk or the petitioner, who Is, sent back from his present trip has
the present County Sheriff, nlso had ' proved most effective ncnlnst the
uccess lo the ballots by reason of I dreaded (Oilllu motli which i.lvuges thu
Knowing thn combination nnd having I fruit tiees of thu entire country, An-
u duplicate key of the safe in which I other one, whh h Is III the collection
they were kept . The respondent, how-1 which be Is bringing homo with hlni nt
ever, was permitted to show, If hu present. Is the red and purple scalo
could, that the ballots had actually parasite nnd ho believes that the pest
been tampered with, hut the intioduc- will be soon placed under control by
lion of such evidence was postponed the Insect which lie has with him.
until nfler all the packages of ballots , During thn morning .Mr. Campere
had been presented and opened so us I was 111 the company of Professor Craw ,
to give the Inspectors of the various of tills city, who Is enthusiastic over
precincts an opportunity to examine! his work unci believes that most vill
ain! observe their condition III order lo. tmble results will bn obtained Irom
There arc hundreds of men nnd
women who have not eaten u hear
ty meal for years. Their ttoui'
achs have "gonu back" on lliein.
lu sucb cnc.es Hie llltlcis will be
found very helpful. It utrength
ens tho stomach and cures Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Poor Appetite,
Heartburn, Bloating Cramps or
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich und Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
302-804 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTER8 AND OE ALERS IN FINE WINE8 & LIQUORS.
ft U n M" n w W K )' ' " " " W " v M K V v x rf " V "
I A Merrier -
If You Visit This Bi Store
sec whether that was Hie same as when
they had done up and sealed thn puck-
ages, l-.vldeuce uuim this point was
the present trip, which has lasted for
nearly u yeni .Mr Campero passed
through here last January und since
Introduced towards the close of the that time he has been III Italy. Klin
case but with refereiitu to only two I land, l-'iame, Spain, Algiers. Ceylon,
precincts, us It wns with reference lo India. China, Austiiilln. .la pan and
thoio alone that tho facts disclosed other countries. In search of the elusive
upon opening und counting the ballots, bug.
seemed lo warrant an attempt to show, m
mat the ballots had been tnmperecl
with. The court now holds upon tho
entlro evidence on this subject that the
ballots vvcro In tho condition in which i
they weie when deposited with the
County Cleik nud that they had not
been taiupeied with. We cannot it-.
fraln. however, that too great tare tan- " " "
not be exercised lu preserving ballots Covernor Carter Issued two pnidons
ns prescilbed by law- so that there may 'odiiy. restoring to civil rights Moke
be no iii(stlon us to their genuineness; 'Nula and Joseph Koukulatia. The two
and, especially In view of Hie facts liii""'11 w,'u onvlc!od of petty crimes
this inse, that no one so closely Identl- bcfciie niinexiitliiu, and hnve long sluco
lied In Interests with una of the an- t.'rvfil their terms. Hut under Ihe
dldates or the committee cuuduitlug l'aw befoio annexation, no distinction
bis campaign as thu assistant clerk in was mail,, between potty crimes ami
iueiciciu siiouui he permitted to buvo iniiinious crimes, ami n man convicted
access lo the plucci In which the bill-1 or either lost his civil rights. I
lots ate kept. We may observe fur- Since annexation thero have been
her while iiroii this Ktiuject that theie many Instances vvjicie, under tho Or
is no evidence wbutever of fraud or ut- ganle Act. such ncn have lost' their '
temiited fraud on the part of the petl-Ulvll lights lor orfenses t-ommitted be
tloner or any of the Inspectors cr other' Tore uiinexnllnu. tlovernor Carter
olllcers having unytlilng to do with thclstatcH that It has been his policy, ns
j..v,.'" .,1. r.i i.ir im ciiseioseii ny mo ll wns inai o llovernor Dolt1, to lio
very liberal In such cases.
Tho olfelise for vvhlrh Nalu and Ko-,
nkulaun were convicted was false Impersonation.
ballots, on the part of any voter. There
Is no indication whatever that a single
voto wns actually marked for the pur
poses of Identification or voted In u
pnitlcular way In consequence of In
timidation or Improper Inducements,
or otheivvlsn except lu the exercise of
the votei'K free choice.
TEACHERS TO MEET
Theie will be u meeting of tho Tir
rllorlal Teacheis' Association on Prl
day evening, December H, nt 7:JU
o'clock. .McssrH. Wood unci Hartley ot
ihe Hawaii Promotion Committee will
tulk to the teachers In regard to pio
motloii work unci Its relation to Hu
schools of this Tenltory. School In
spetlor Ilaldwln will present the sub
ject of Lesson Plans.
A good attendance! of teachers Is de
sired ns theie cue several luiporluut
und Interesting mailers to come before
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
WILL BUY A NICE HOME.
938 FORT ST.
Just Received !
TIME FOR CHRISTMAS
tin Sunday last the finals In the ten
nis tournament doubles of the Kwa
plantation club were played off befoie
a largo ami highly Interested audience,
composed of all kinds nnd condition
of employees und residents of the con
tiguous country. Partisanship run
high, thu expert "suto thing, (erts,
lknto unci (louvela, wero nulled upon
by the dark-cjed demoselles of thu
sunny Azores, while their opponents,
(lullil and .Swift, weio the hope, al
most against hope, of tho ladles fair
who, If less expressive, were none tho
less Intel ested lu the outcome of this
I wlud-up or the doubles of this tennis
seai-on. .Men weru there u plenty and
of l.oth sides, equipped with nolte
producing turuphei nulla, fiom thu bass
megaphone to thu shrill tin trumpet.
r.-lillc lliecracUers were Intioducecl
throughout uu u sort of stuccato ac
companiment to tho other noises. Mr.
Kenton was nominated judge of award
mid Mr, Douglas filled tho position oi
umpire lu u most ucicptnble manner
lo both thu teams of players nnd tho
large cosmotMilltun audience. Thu
'game (ommenccd ut 3 o'clock sharp
unci ended at !i:20, being most Interest-
I Ing und ut times exciting to the onlook
ers. Dame l-'ortune smiled on .Messrs.-(ood-l'layers
Ilcnto und (louvela by
the hcoie or C-l, 11-0, 3-C, unci 0-L their
victory being greeted with cheers,
while for Messis.-losers, Guild unci
Swirt, uu urtlstlc rendition or "tops"
was given by one of thu lately added
Davies Smote Serpent,
Which Entered His j
Following tho ancient maxim, "If
at first you don't succeed, try again." ,
the District Court prosecution yester-i
day got out nnother summons against
Peacock & Co, charging It with acini-1
terming llcpior. Tills Is the third shot '
II has taken iignlust this tlrm. Whelh-j
er It will lie more successful than the I
two former attempts, which fulled lg-:
uomlnloiisly, i cumins to be seen,
Tho new summons Is dlicitcd
against W. C. Peacock t Co., Ltd.,1
and wns served )cslcrdny afternoon
on W. C. Peacock, ns Its president and ,
mnnager This case, us well ns those ,
of Joe Clark und Slug l.oy. who are I
charged under Hie same Htullile, will I
conic) up on Dee, IS.
John Davies n gentlemuii whose tin-1
Humility was somewhat dllllciilt to de
termine, appeared before the Court ,
en a charge of assault nnd battery, on '
a Chinese gentleman. The complain
ing vviMiess claimed Hint Davies had,
lilt him on the nose, causing Hie loss'
oi gome of his good red blood. j
Tho first witness tor tho defense'
was Mrs. Davies. a young Hawaiian i
lady. She explained that while her'
husband was at work tho Chinese gen-1
tleman had come to her house nnd ,
made love to her. Shu did not listen '
lo the serpent, hut when her husband
came home nud found hlni there, she
told him or the mutter. Davies did
not crush the serpent's head, but, she
said, be pushed It out or tho room by
Davies corroborated bis wlfo's story
"Yon were pietty mad when )our
wife told you that the man had tried
to tempt her, were you not?" suggest
ed Prosecutor Amlrailo, blandly.
"N'nvv, I wasn't," nnsvvcred Davies.
contemptuously. "I'm not that Mud
Judgo Whitney said ho did not be
lieve) tho story offcieel by the defense,
but on the other hand ho was not over-Impressed
with tho truthfulness of
Mima of the prosecution's witnesses.
llo solved the dllllcully by lining Da
vies Jt! and costs.
(Juovedci and Kriink (Iran were giv
en ten days In Jail for being drunk.
This Is somewhat more than usual, but
tho two gentlemen nro such frequent
callers on the Judge that he wants to
hnve them slny a while In duiunce
LOM'S big new store It now ready for Christmas with thou
sands of dainty, useful and handsome goods for holiday gifts.
Our large store has given us the opportunity to go more extensive
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 thousands of things we cannot tell
about in this small tpace.
We INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR DISPLAY.
. UlUlllt Fort Street, ,"
iwHKitax-HnmiHifitinrji A x X ; U if ji tf if r r it t
Is a characteristic of nearly all beers, but Is only one of Hie
essentials of Quality.
THE KINO OF BOTTLED BEERS
Is not only Pure and Carefully Sttrllized, but Is brewed from
the very choicest materials obtainable Barley-Malt from
cound, thoroughly ripened grain, Hops of the finest quality and
Yeast of special culture. A beer of exquisite taste and de
lightful flavor Is the result.
BUDWEISER Is bottle only at the Home Plant.
H. HACKFELD & CO-,
Misses' and Ladies'
COLORS: ALL WHITE, 3 styles, I
WHITE with red or baby blue trim. I
mings, RED, NAVY, CRAY.
FOR USEFUL PRESENTS. I
Vice Consul K. Mutsubara of the ,
locul Japanese Consulate, has been us-
signed to the San Kiunclsco Japanese
Consulate and will leave by tho steam. '
er Sonoma, which sails tomonow, Din
ing the absence of Hie Consul of Sun
I'rauclico, Matsuhara will act lu his I
You are not dressed correctly, ac.
cording to the prevailing style, If your
suit Is not of dark material.
Call here and wo will help you se
lect the correct color-tone.
THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS
IS AS CORRECT AS THE COLORS
The first try on will prove that wr
can fit you
JW. W. Aliana S Co.,
I MERCHANT TAILORS
62 King St.
! PHONE BLUE 2741, P. O, Box 98f
JJMF- Vn Job Printing at the Bui
Are You In Doubt
AS 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 Cold, Set with Dia
monds, Rubles and Other Stones. '
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
12G FORT ST. near BCRE TANIA.
Sewing machines for sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
C. A. NELSON,
-" kV ,
,-l V iAv ' w1"" V
We. VBo i
Rainier Bottling? Works,
Phono White 1331
The Toy Shop
SANTA CLAUS EMPORIUM
The largest assortment of TOYS
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever came
The store will be open Every Even
ing commencing Monday, Dec. 3rd, so
everyone can see our display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
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