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hnic cut produced In to lio (oiuiil l'i
I lie tiolhlm Riitnlior of the llluh School
' lllnck mill ilolil " It Ih a piihllcutlon
I'ubllthcO Every Hay TCtcc-pt RiinJri ' "llkl1 ,,K' ,'c,,, ,,r ,,lu "inlnlnl"t """I'1
t 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T ll, by tlio
l.p Kind 10 iMjunl
Coripiionili'iii limits required n few
1 hours nniv in Hawaii to learn Hint Han
Frnhclreo'n school problem can lit)
soiled oiiilenbl) nml with perfect
Entered at the l'ostotnce at llouo-1 mse. If the people In eontrnl of San
BULLETIN PUDLISHINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.. Editor
1 rrnncliH'o'H administration seo IU
I go about It that wny.
luilulii ns serond class matter.
Payable In Advan:a.
Per month, anywuero In U. 8..1 .75
I'er quarter, anywhere tn U. S.. 2. no
l'er )enr, anywhere U. S 8.00
I'eryear, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Bit ninths , 1 .CO II Is not too imirli to tiny that Cap-
Her year, anywhere In U. H 1.00 ,( Maefitrlaiio de'eried nil tlio Kood
Talk about need for moio trnnspor
latlon facilities NnthltiK bolter 'a
uo-ded than the exhibition of I.os An
geles excursionists to Honolulu nimble
to chnriei a steamer on thn Coast and
l remised only limited accommodation
b the established lines
Per year, pottpald, furelcii
Territory of Hawaii, J
First Judicial Circuit. )
C. . HOCKFS, Uuslness Manager
of the Bulletin Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath depofes and Rajs: That tAe fol
lowing Is a true, and correct stnlement
of the circulation, for tho week ending
Friday, December 14th, 1U0C. of the
Dally and Weekly Kdltlous-of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dec. 8 -....2013
Monday, Dec. 10 2383
Tuesday, Dec.11 2361
Wednesday, Dec. 12 2378
Thursday, Dec. 13 2353
Friday, Dec. 14 2-437
Average Dally Circulation 2-120
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dee. 11, 1906 2497
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island or Hawaii alone. ...1098
Combined guaranteed average
BULLETIN IMIUMtilllXU CO., 1,TI).
by C. (I. 110CKUS.
Subscribed and sworn lo bu
rn r it me this Hlli day of
3I:AI,1 December. Anno Domini
I II. UUHNCTTi:,
Notarr Public. First Judicial Circuit.
things lie Kin lit hie return dinner to
lacht dull officers Columbus dlscov
icil Amerlui but he didn't show any
rientir i-onrntt- thm Mncfarlane sull
Inu a lwo-thoiis.inil-nille racu with six
feet of wnlor In tin hoM.
dkc si. mo'j
This seems to bo olio of tho finish
Ii k toucheH of ontt of lho..e circular "
One hundred I'eunsylianln editors
romiiiK to Hawaii would bo woith
Ions of promotion.
Judged fiom tlio poultry show, Ho
nolulu lias each year n higher Htand
rrd fowl to offor hh a sacrlllco for the
Mr. Jiuld Is to liu congratulated.
Theiu were pc-oplo In plenty predict
tug that he couldn't laud onu Filipino
working family In Hawaii.
If tho Mauna Keu were finished l.o-i
Angeles business men need not want
for a palatial steamer In which to
make their tour to llnwnll.
What tun i -Ixiii of prosperity dur
ing the ar-Bt tiu nnl oi unshnkeii con
1 tlilence In the f n..-e could be asked
I when It Is known that three rnllioad
, coinpaiilt- . oi tin- Middle West linvo
inlsi-d tut- wa, of switchmen four
cents nu bom 'liu- Michigan Central
has granted n" l.n rcase of from one
etnt to four icnis per hour. Tho cen
tral division of Wells rnrgti & Co. has
decided to uihauru pntarles. The llerk
shire Cotton Manufacturing Co. ot
Adams, Mass., has made nn Increase
of 3 per cent on wages paid This In
crease effectr 2300 employes. The I'nil
eil SlateH Covcrnmint Itself Is not to bt
found wanting. Repreientntlio South-
worth has Introduced u 1111 In Con
Kress Inci easing the HiihirleH of all
Clill service einployt-H ten per cent
FORAKER JOINS THE CRITICS
Announcement In tho cuhlex that
Senator I-'ornker has c-oinii out us a
Title of tho President Is ii tale ot the
expected. Tor some time It has bei-ii
n source of tonjectuiu how long the
Ohio Senator could Kliiuil for the mil
leal proposals of the 1'iesldent anil hold
his grip on strong elements back ot
him In his Stale.
I'onikor, on the whole. Is a Hilllli-at
product ot the Mark Hainia style or
conducting the nation'; business, ul
thoui.li Fornkeruud Hainia foret-H weie
often pilled agnlnsl each other In the
contest for mipninncj In the party
.Much of Fornker'H elfecllie htipporl
litis been from the leadelK of- Illg llua
luess who may or may not be Included
tn the ranks of Pretiiled I-'Inaiiee
Htuudard Oil, for Instance, Is ii imwer In
Ohio, anil It bus therefoie bien ueeec-
fiirj for Foruker to wrlousl loiisltler
mic.'i honest theories and pracllie
which rcilesentallves of llio siueii'ul
iirguulz.it Ion espouse.
i:or slnc ltooseielt tainii Into of
lice he has been offering theoiles and
practice which nie decidedly distasteful
to n large element of I'oraker's friends
Yet on main Issues l-'oruker has stomi
with the administration He has In en
lit times without enlhtmlftsm but he has
stayed with II and refrained from nut
Now that the Senator from Ohio tin
come out in fin undoubtedly caii-full!
studied speech mid ciilkitcd the Pros
Idclit, the fact that he has taken up
the en u to of the liecro Is not as nip
rdflrntil ns the fact that he lias tul.eii
rides in tipen opposition
Althoush wouderfully timid tinit
therrlure operating In dark nud del Ions
wnys, the olj guard of Coiibervatlve
Capltnl, for so timny years t-trongly in
trenc'ie.l In the t'nlttd Slates Senate,
In bitter ngnlust Kootevelt with his (
Isi'isal of ' socialistic" Ideas and Inter-fcl-eticn
Willi their preserics At the
same time It is nfrntd of the President
on account ol his impiilarlty with the
people gained b doing tho things for
which selfMh Catiltnl hates hltn
Komkcrs open nlllnuce with tho
critics inav Indltnte Hint the piessitro
hi becoming itHi strong and the con
rervatlvis, coiHdcrcil liy many as tho
reactionaries, are whipping Into line
eierjone whom they can sway for nn
open contest with the President. So
licitude that Justice lie done tho negro
Is as good nu cdisc for criticism ns
tiny other, when the real cause foi op
position Is not n popular one.
Hnw-nll can watch the contest with
out fenr of becoming linohcil for. al
though the President anil the Scuutoi
mil) have their illfteielicee. they hale
teen vry iinaiiluious anil eiithuslnstlr
RtipKirt'Tn of measures offired fur Hie
advancement of this Terrlton
Or All Kinds In
President Kooctelt shows no abate
ment In hl d sire to run tin- I lilted
Slates under forced tlinfl
Uiwyer Patrick of New York haling
recured a commutation of senteiieo to
life Imprisonment, has cleared tho way
for n now light for full pardon.
Secretary Wood should write the
Pennsylvania editors that there is no
tirBt-class proposition too big for Ha
wall's Promotion Committee to tackle.
Secretary Shaw will find widespread
nml clamoroiiH approval of Ids con
elusion that wo need a moro elastic
currency. ICven John D. wants mom
W W Lm A s
Then) Is plenty of good land that tlio
Territory needs for useful purports
'moro than it requires u sham of l.uual
that will coutluuo to bo a white ele
Twenty thousand employes of tho
roslolllco Department on strike Just
leforu Christmas will get mighty little,
t-ympnthy fiom tho people, oven In
Tho tnnjoilty if not all tlio oppo
r.euts of tho I.anal laud oxchaugo up
pear to bo persons who halo noiu
been on tho Inland to study conditions
ns they ure.
J. H, HERTSCHE... .General Matugei
i ?sl ruiJrl)BT COMPANY.
James llrycu hus been so succeshful
In debcrlhlng tho United States and
tho Amuilcull people, theiu should be
I'lini) better titled to get along well
with them In Washington.
I'our million dnllurs leducllou In tho
postal dellclt muy menu Unit mime
lullroads huio oylt carrylui; iron tafe'.i
nud other toys tlnoiigh tho mall dur
ing tho period when tho mall contracts
nio being made.
According to tho minutes of the
meet(ngs, everybody has been thanked
lor services In expending tho San
Krunclsco icllef fund except JaH. V
Morgan, who did tho woik, or at
leust a very Important shnio.
Now- that tho law cm Immigration
has been declnied by tho authorities
In Washington, Hawaii's Immigration
hoard loses no tlmu In proving that It
luenns IiiibIirvi In ostubllshlug new
mid fliHt-clnstt sources of supply In
Ouo of the best pieces of promotion
llti'Kiluio I he young people of Hawaii
1 I'-'ptu. ' mivab
S. lx I WtfitfWutrtnBSnMe Auun
bS V 'OCK HOMO BrioMHS.
T I Av-lriiMfnt M.H.UI
A home In Manoa Valley, lust
completed, near ear line $-1,000
Cheapest building site In Col
lege Hills two and a quarter
Lots In Puupueo Tract, site and
price to suit your pockctuooks,
Do not forget auction sale of Mac
farlane premises on Punahou Street
on Dec, 31, 1906.
We have several applications for
furnished houses. We can rent yours
if you will list it with us.
Ilenr) Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd..
Comer Fort aoi Merchant Sis,
$2250 WILL BUY A HOME
938 FORT GT.
J. M. Davis
6EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 TORT ST. near OERETANIA.
8ewlng machines for t.!li
TEL. MAIN 117.
"My ciiRiigoin. nt with the Plnnleis
Association Is lion finished, nml I can
nut Hiy what will bo done In the fuliiiu
nboul i'lllplnn lalsir iternllliiK." said
A. r, Jiuld this luoriilug. "I inn now
Ipiepnring n ienl on in) worl:. which
J I will Hiibmli to tho Association, when
' It Is rend) .
I "All my pipers, etc.. I turned oier In
(lunge Wngnir, a former Honolulu
man, who Is now in charge of u large
public worl; rtmlrnrf' there. No labor
,er was engaged except utter pasalllg
him. Ho did nil tho recruiting I do
I not know whether It will be decided to
lining more people here from the Phil
! Ipplnes. I expect that depends upon
what nc linn the Plnntum' AHi-ot-latiuii
taken cm m) iennt.
"Tho men I brought nil belong to the
llocaiio tribe. Mhlcli lives in the north
ern part of 1,'iron The trlbo coutitu
iimoiinl r.OD.iJOO Tliey nre ngrlcultur-
I Ists. but I do not thliil: the) know nii -
Idling iiIkiuI cane cullllutloii. The)
.lie I lie plantera. nud use about thn
l.jinn. methodi us the Chinese do hcic.
1 "II w-ik a great tusl, to hawi to do
oiisliiess In Munll.i You must remem
ber It is uiii mil) I ho Cast, but tlio
Cust which has been under Sp-inlsh
rule for i vcrnl l-liuilred )earn Uverj
Ihliig Ihei.- pi "munntin"; that Is do
not pwtiioui- until tomoniiw what you
call ostMim until tho day nflei to
morrow. I hud a hard time In getting
mi) tiling done. The on!) thing to do
was to haw patience nud pla) the game
nn Die people do over there
"When I tint mine, tlio p.ipeis, both
j KualMi and iiailu. ildlciih-d mo unil
in Ii' I Ion uud Hie Chamber of Com
IT YOU ARE LOOKINCI
VE WOULD LIKE TO
8IIOW YOU A NEW
We have many new Ideas
In BRACELETS this year
and AT ALL PRICES.
SCREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION"
Rich and Mellow
merer passed soiuo veiy bomhastlu tes
oliltlons Wuriiliigs were Issued to he
ware of the villain who was l)lng In
liiiubiish, and linpicsslug the iicoplo that
to leave for Haw-all wus In face certain
peril. The Commissioner)! stood by me
jiiowevei, nun innarus lue nisi me .m
nlla papern wen n-r) nice
Secittary W O Smith of the Plant
eiu' AsKoilalloii, slated Hint hi) did not
think that Urn orguulrnllnu would lake
the inuttei up befoio their regular
iiieetlng. which will take place next
j "rouiil miii Uo the l.iiullciiil in -nio
I.ad of I.) ciin-." ' asked the manager in
ll seed) hi lor. "Well, I tihould think I
might: 1 have diint-n good man) land
rlne Job Printing at the Bulletin.
LOVEJOY & CO,. Agents
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
'IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
The Toy Shop
SANTA CI.AHS EMPORIUM
The largest assortment of TOYS
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever came
The store will be open Every Even
ing coirimenclncj Monday, Dec. 3rd,
everyone can see our dltplay.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
The 3.S. China, arriv
SANTA CLAUS this year
overdue shipment of
This will solve the probl
shall I get her this year."
ing Thursday, was our
for she brought 'us an
' Customers !
This is our sincere greeting to you. .We appreciate your pa
tronage and wish to say here that our clothes cleaning service
from now on and through the year of 1907 wilt be as good, or bet
ter, if possible, than that of the past.
WE WILL OE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY.
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning
ALAKEA STREET PHONE MAIN 147
em for many of " What
, There's a great assort-
Embroidered Wash Belts
Black and White Silk Belts
Cuff and Collar Sets in Lawn and Linen
Lace and Embroidered Collars
Fancy Stocks, many styles
Pompadour Scarfs in White, Black and
These goods are now marked and on display. The line lo a complete one and you cannot fall
to find JubI what you want If you want anything at 'all In till t. line.
8ATUHDAY AND MONDAY EVENINGS WE WILL GIVE AWAY WITH EVERY PURCHASE
A SOUVENIR CHRYSANTHEMUM.
l H L l n S
Now, wlillut tliouglitti am turned to
Holly liwrrloM and liollUuyM. Im a good
time 'to become HConvert to
You will liuve better ureud, cukes
find ptiMtry bectttiNu HOLLY Im the
clrnw thu tlui; fund uud huy the tlaci
'I hi- 1.i-i;Ib1:iIiiih ut Us hist hcahlun
iipiniipihili-d thn until nf J2U00 fin thy
iniipiihu nf huylliK llat:H fin- thu schools
uud mm I huuses of the Territory. Oov-c-iuiir
C.ulor states that ISO bchools uud
three limit houi-os have heen supplied,
uud the fund Is now exhuusted. Thele
uiii In the fslundrt 177 bcIkhiI.i, which
li'iivrs 41 without any Ihics llylu:; over
theiu, Thu law requires every bclmul
In heii.n ii llau MyliiK on fair dnyn unci
during had ueuther to haw) It dlsplujed
In the school hotiho.
Tho (lovuinor kijh he doesn't know
iiliut iiutlou In lul.e, whi'thei- to let
the leiuuliilui; -II bchiiuliy 14(1 Vtlthout
lla'js until the dellcleucy Is remedied hy
li'Klulatlvu uppnipilutlou, or to uver-
From San Kraiiclsen, jht slinr. Ala
int-iln. Dee. Tl - F Albert. Mih. Al
hert, two ehlldieii uud liiuld; I). V.
llrunton, Huv. Jus. Dunne, HlKht Ilov.
J0I111 Diiiine, M. loi II, Julius Kraultel.
I,. HonlKshei'Ker, A. W. Ilurilson, K.
1. Lewis. Huv. J. I. Mai shall, Hlglt
Hev, 1'. J. O'Connor, Rev. Father
O'Donohoe, Huv. Father O'Uellly, T
0'luary, Itonahl I'attou, wife and
maid; I-'. I., l'utnnm, .Miss K. A. Hay,
Mrs. J, I.. Hohertsou, 1'aul Schled,
Huv. M. J. Shanuhaii, MIsh I,, Thomp
win, F, II. Weeks, V. K. Wohher, A.
O. Woollier. Mrs. Woollier. Jl. V.
Christian, M. Jacuh, MIhh Ida IlellowH.
The Weekly Edition of me Evening
Bulletin giver a complete summary ot
the news of the da, For 81
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