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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU T I! . SATURDAY, DEC 22, 190C
Published Every liny Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II., by tbo
BULLCTIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FAflRINGTON.. Editor t p, nRrps3
houses Is needed nml mi ntiuuiut i)t
argument nut disprove tho cumlltliiu
which cannot bo met mi thenri. Tbo
territory hns vvhnl Is nt present iihi
, less land which can be exchanged fur
, lam of valuo for iMlucatlonal pur
poses. An) thing Hint blocks a rop
I sltlon of this character Is putting boul
ders before the wheels of American
Uttered at tbo I'ostolllce at llotio
nululu as se,c.oud-claes matter,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. '
At least rot your dl"io!ltlon to re
rpond to holiday cheer No mall prol
Its by currying a Krourli :n;5 das In
Payable In Advan:.
Per month, anywhere Hi V. S..I .75
for tiuarter, anywhere In U. 9.. 2.00
Per year, anywhere U. 8 8.U3
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
gUn.otiths I ,C0
Per year, anywhere In U. S 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
?lrst Judicial Circuit. )
C. O. UOCKUS, Iluslness Manager
uf Hie Uullettn Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath deposes and sas: That the fol
lowing Is a true and correct statement
of the circulation, for Uio week endlug
Prlilay, December 21. 19'iC. of Uio
Dully and Weekly I.'dltlous of the
livvnlDc Bulletin :
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dee. 15 2618
Monday, Dec. 17 2378
Tuesday, Dee.'l8 2356
Wednesday, Dec. 19 2372
Thursday, Dec. 20 2356
Friday, Dec. 21 .. ..2384
Average dally circulation 2410
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 20th, 1906 .... 2498
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii 1098
Combined guaranteed average
UUI.LKTIK PUHLISII1NO CO., LTD.
by C. O. IIOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mi) this 22d day or
ISI.'AI. December, Anno Domini
p. ii. nuK.NMrrTn,
Notary Public, Hrst Judicial Circuit
The llullellii believes the dopnr'
ment v, III ghe Htnckahle must any
Ihllig he wants. Mi he gets the Euro
pean Immigrants for Hawaii.
I When the Manila papers called him
a villain. Judd had to pinch himself
I to escnK the collection that ho wan
In n Ninth Product. Klflli Dlslrlct light
I for Delegates lo the Convention.
A parugrnph appearing In these col
minis regarding the definition of u
contemptible cur has caused the edi
tor much surprise. So many more than
was anticipated consider themselves
.DEC. 22, 190C.
Who wouldn't be glad to hac a lit
tle rain In order to get the cool, sun
khlny days that follow.
Maryland has nsBlsteil In solving the
iucu iiroblom In the same old wiy
I y lynching another negro.
(toveriior Carter can get n united
community behind the Consular Con
ference and Pan-Pnclflc ExikisHIo'ii.
The former editor of tlia IIIIo Trlli
tine has given voice to opinions on Ha
waii that will set inalnlaiiderH thinking.
Cable dispatches Indicate that Oak
land is making preparations to grpx
That means San rruueisco is due to
be still greater.
"Just as like as not " the successful
orator, in the Sous of the American
Itovnlutloii contest on American pa
triotism, will bo one of the Japance
THE LATEST LAND FRAUD
Of big grafters there seems no end
since the various departments of the
(iovernment have set out so vigorously
on the war-path.
Ilrlef mention has been made In
these columns of the charges made
pgalust Senator Wurren of Wyoming
of complicity In the great land frauds
periietrated by the Union Pacific Hall
nu) In Utah and Wyoming. That
Warren and Ills colleague, Senntor
Clark, will become seriously Involved
Is by no menus clear. Hut there is n
wealth of damaging evidence nnd con
fessiun ns regards the Union Puclllc.
This hns been brought out by the
preliminary hearing held by the Inter
state Commerce Commission sitting In
Denver. Special Agent Jleyendorf of
the interior Department stated under
uitli that after lie had unearthed land
frauds lie was warned by Senator Wnr
roll that he had Incurred the enmity of
the Union Pacific, and Warren nlso
urged hint to cciiso Ills Investigation
and leavo tho State for fear of bring
ing about tho defeat of Senntor Clark.
Ho also testified that he was instruct
ed by (leorgo R Polluck, In charge of
tho Interior Department special
ugents, to destroy affidavits against
tho Union Pacific and that evidence
wus suppressed ill the Laud Oftlcu tin
iler Commissioner W. A. Itlcliardson
The evidence against the Senators
nnd the Lund Commissioner Is tho op-
pnrontiy uiiconOrmud assertion of one
man. Tho recoril of tho railroad for
grout laud steulH Is established by the
confession of D. O. Clark, superintend
ent for tho Union Pacific's main sub
sidiary coal company.
It Is said with conlldenco that the
exposures of this preliminary hearing
led tho President to order tho tonior
ury withdrawal of coal lands from pub-
Congress wants no Porto Wean citi
zenship. Docs that mean Congiess In
tends to make the President run tho
gauntlet and lilt hlm every Hint) H
gets a chance?
Every department of the Territorial
Government Is found to bo In sore
financial need as tho time for tho Leg
islature's work approaches. And there
It no " playing 'possum " nlinut It,
Supcrvlsor-olect Kealoha has nu op
IKirtunlty to prove himself a public
spirited, broad-minded official. His de
termination to wait action till he hears I
what each side will offer hlm brings!
hint to tho front us a peach. I
Roosevelt's ieiiiest fur relief funds!
lur suffering ChlncBu will undoubtedly
meet with a liberal responto. And
then Congress will proceed to bother
Itself on wnys nnd means to more ef
fectively keep tho Chinese out.
A ono-tlme newspaper worker of Ho
nolulu Is touring France in an automo
bile. Thank goodness he has gone
where ho will not cause former asso
ciates to feel Jealous na they watch
him go by, lolling fn tho lnp of luxury.
Rockefeller dons his law-abiding
wig and says It will bo a sorry day
when anyone can bu disrespectful of
tho courts. There Is nothing like be
ing good when vou have to. lint what
noes John think of respect for the
it Is not on tlie ground of Inefficien
cy that Arthur M. Drown can bu kept
out of the office of Deputy County At
tornoy. If ho vvern so disposed ho
could unquestionably mako more mon
ey by bidding for tho dofunso of eaies
prosecuted by tho County.
v Senator McCaudless Is gutting be
j ond his depth when hu objects to new
property for school-house and more
money for tho teachers, It is stated in
many circles that the Senator lost nec
essary votes in tho last election be
cause of his voto against an appropria
tion that would give enough money to
properly pay tho touchers. Ho this ns
it may, the laud for additional school-
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manage!
if ' I'IrCr M.klMIT!D .
A home In Manoa Valley, Juit
completed, near car line $4,000
Cheapest building site in Col
lege Hills two and a quarter
Lots In Puupueo Tract, size and
price to suit your pocketbookt.
Do not forget auction tale 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 lilt it with us.
Henry Walorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant Sts.
JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Was Alarmingly Afflicted With La Grippe.,
Cured by Pe-ru-na.
The Grip Is Properly Termed
As Pe-ru-na Relieves Every
Form of Catarrh, It Has
Probably Relieved More
Cases of Grip Than
SBJni jwjUpN2'H'R7. ))HHI
The Toy Shop
SANTA CLAUS EMPORlUn
The largest atsortment of TOY8
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever came
The store will be open Every Even
ing commencing Monday, Dec. 3rd, a
everyone can see our dltplay,.,,
WALL. NICHOLS CO.. Ltd
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The Fear of Grip Makes People
There is no remedy In the world that
nieets the conditions produced hy tho
grip better limn I'crutin.
l'eruna strengthens as It renovates,
soothes wlillo It stimulates, heals as It
It reuches the source of nil diseases of
the mucous mcnihrauc hy Its action
on the Taso'inotor system of nerves.
After-EffecU of the Grip.
Kvcry person who has had la grippe
during the last year should tuka a
course of l'eruna.
The grip has produced catarrhal In
flammation of the whole mucous int-iii-hrane,
and good health Is lmponlllu
until these arc restored to a normal con
dition. This l'eruna will do.
A great many remodlcs have heen
suggested for this condition from time
to time, hut l'eruna is the only rcmedy
that lias gained great popularity In
It lias seldom failed to give s.ttlafac
lion during forty yearn' experience and
still occupies the unhUe position of
being tho leading and most generally
Ueil remedy for tho ufter-effecU of
W. II. I'arsons Is Kx-Htato Senator and lU-Specl.il Judgo or the Supreme
uoun or -jcxns ami was also jirigauier-Ucncrai In Confederate Army. In
a recent letter from !r.3 II street, N. , Wasjilugton, U.O., this prominent
"Upon the recommendation of personal Mends and many srnnir .
monlah as lo the efficacy of l'eruna In Ihe treatment of the numerous
symptoms of the grippe with which I have been afflicted for fourmoniha
past, I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly cele-
umicu lurmuim. 1 reci aeciatu cnange tor ine Better alter using It only
"It Is especially rood In tonlnr uo the stomach and hat had HrrlHrH
effect upon my appetite. I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on
Ihe road lo complete restoration.
"My uuiiiunu friends In Texas, vvliero I have had tho honor to command
a brigade of her Veteran Cavalry in a four years' war. may accent this vol-
uiilsry tt-stlnionlal to tho merits of l'eruna ns a sense of obligation on my
purt for Its wonderful elllcncy."-W. II. 1'arsous.
No Time Like the Present.
If you nru suffering from Ihe after
effects of la grippe if you have become'
discouraged In your attempts to cure
yourself with other treatments, take a
bottle of l'eruna now.
A bottlu uf lVrinm taken during the
beginning of the disease Is worth more
than a doen hotllos after the (trouble
has iK-eome deep-seated.
La Grippe Affected Lungs.
Mr. Olive Cusliuiau, Fonda, la.,
1 "Two j ears ago I was taken very sick
with la grippe. II started on my lungs.
Our home physician (lid all he could for
me, but It did me but little good. 1
then wrulu to Dr. liarlmau a 'id hu pro-
For special directions everyone
runa It for sale by the follow
Smith & Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hjfwall,
lie entry and recommend In his mes
rago thnt the (iovernment should here
alter retain all its coal lands.
Thiniigh testimony offered hefdre
lliu Interstate Commerce Commission
It was shown that employes uf the
Union l'aclflc Company hud hired
largo numbers uf men In Denver- to
ilgu declaratory statements which
veru tiled on thousands of ucres in
Sweetwater county In Wyoming, each
man also signing nt tho same time n
relinquishment of claim In blank.
These men, according to their own
statement on the stnud, hud never
been 011 Ihe land, they were never
sworn us thu law requires, although
lliu oaths, duly uttested, appear uf rec
nrd, nnd many were not uvvuru of the
nature of thu papers they signed. They
were paid J3 or $4 each for their part
In this transaction. Thvso declaratory
statements were filed at thu land of
fice in Wyoming and their effect was
to keep other claimants off the luud
until prospectors for tho railroad com
puny should hu able to make thorough
txumlnatiou and determine which
pieces were valuable for coal and con
requently worth taking up.
Testimony was given to show that
Ihe (punter sections found to contain
coal wero later entered hy other em
ployes of tho road, who paid Ihe gov
eminent price, (20 nu acre, with mon
ey furnished hy the Union 1'nciflc up
on tho understanding that they were
to transfer the laud to uu agent of the
company, u proceeding which Is con
Irary to luvv. In nearly every case the
dummy purchaser lecelved 'i00 to give
the transaction tho appenrancu of a
bona fide sale.
One of thu men who made cash en
try upon a quarter section upon which
a declaration and u relinquishment
signed in Deliver had previously been
filed' wax Cyrus Ueard, now 0110 of the
Justices of tho Supremo Court of
Wyoming, then a local uttoruey for the
On thu witness stand before thu
Commission Judge Heard declared
(hot he did not know what ho had
done was Illegal.
Judge Heard borrowed tho money,
uhoul (3,200,, to pay thu Government
fee, from (leorgo Uluck, superintend
ent of thu Union l'aclflc. Coal Com
pnny, which Is owned by tho railroad
Thu Superior Coal Company, another
scribed for me. I followed his advice
and my cure Is permanent, I am sure.
1 have u good appetite, sleep well and
enjoy life, I 11111 so happy to bo well
once more. 'A friend in need I a friend
indeed,' and such a friend has l'eruna
been lo me."
Pe-ru-na, a Good Medicine for La
Mrs. l.ouUu Kastman, IiucasU-r,
"lam nil right. 1 do not think I need
any more treatment. I am able to do
my own work which I could not do st
the lime I wrote you. My congh Is
gone, my appetite Is good, I sleep good,
mid my Imvvcls sro all right. 1 think
1'cruua is a good mcdloiuu fur tbv grip."
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 will be as good, yr be'
ter, If possible, than that of the past. - , ,,. 1
WE WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY. 1 . , .,
PHONE MAIN 147
veryone should read ilThelU of Life," a copy of which aurrounds each bottle,
Ing druggists and vyill tufojjAthe retail trade In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson,
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$2250 WILL BUY A HOME.
938 FOnT ST.
nubsldlary of tho Union Pacific, now
controls lliu properly.
1 iviier jiuige iiearu gaiueii posses
district Is probably tho repetition of :
vvliut has been going 011 In many pnite
of the West for many years. It wai
slou from thu (Iovernment illluck, us , what gave Oregon thu " land science
his ngent, sold "tho land to Vlcu l'resl-1 Irregularities so com
(lent Clark, to whom nearly all tho oili
er purchasers deeded their laud,
Ill.iek having previously furnished
ench one the purchase price, $3,200.,
ns he did to Judge Ueard.
I. Ike tho others, Judge Heard receiv
ed $201) advance over the purchase
price, hut unlike, many of thu witness
people had come to think of them us
not right hut still not very wrong. .
The vigor with which nil thesu unit-'
low aru being feneled out shows thoj
earnestness of thu Administration In 1
getting thu people back to the grounds
uf common honesty. Thu methods ot '
ineio irnuu-operaiors can uiso uu muue 1
ts who were heard, ho Insisted that ' lustructlvu to Ilavvnll, as thoy Indicate I
thorn had been no understanding iibout 'wherein the present land laws of tho
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nuiiiiiuuii uuvu iiineii suoii 111 pruu-c-
(lie sale of the laud when hu bought II
and that he had acted In his Individual
Vice President Clurk admitted on'
the stand that through him thu rail
load company furnished tho money to
men who bought thu land and that
they understood they were obtaining
It from thu 'fjovcriimeut for the pur
pose of conveying it to the coal company.
The detail of this gigantic fraud lu
lion iigulnst land-grabbers, and thce-i
by furnish suggestions for our own.
The tug N.ivlgntoi, which le on Its 1
vvny from New York to Sun Knmclsto, J
lu tow ot the new MuImiu Meumer Por-j
tei, will tnke her place us the queen uf j
the tugs lu that harbor when she ar
1 Ives. SI'o Is of 281 tons displacement
mul has engines of 1,000 horseponei.
Iler length Is 144 feet. When she nr-
Mow, whllMt thoughts are turned to
holly berriaM and holiday. 1m n ooU
time to become aconvcrt to '
Vou will have better bread,
and priMtry bocuunu HOLLY
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',""'" " " '" i""i" " "'".rives In San M-uiirlscu tho Heller, n
Illegal notion of thu railway of dlscrlm- tllt .... ni(irc m..,,rflll tlmll .1... i,Var.
Inutlng ugulust such Independent per
sous us sought to work mines lu fie
IF YOU ARE LOOKING
WE WOULD LIKE TO
SHOW YOU A NEW
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
1256 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
icsi:, liui.v he sent to this port.
Sewing machine for lite.
TEL. MAIN 117.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Rail Estate, Mqrtgige,, Loans and .In
Office: Melntyre.Bldri., Honolulu.tT.H.
P. O. BCX 285. PHONE MAIN HI.
938 FORT ST. .' (
We have many new Ideal
In BRACELETS this year
and AT ALL PRICE8.
"A SPARKLING JEWELED PANORAMA OF GEM8 OF BEAUTIFUL USEFULNESS"
This Year's Jewelry Only
The Holiday Showing of Suitable Christmas Gifts here are not antique relic of itock bought
for a Chrlitmai gone; but are genuine new goods, clever in design and "of beautiful usefulness" for
the Christmas to come. We want you to visit the itore and lee the showing, so only mention here
a few articles from the ''sparkling Jeweled panorama of gems 0 beautiful usefulness":
UMBRELLA8, WITH DETACHABLE HANDLE;
GOLD-HEADED WALKING STICKS,
MILITARY BRU8HE8 AND COMBS,
SEAL RING8, FOB8, CHAIN8, LINKS,
COLLAR BUTTON8, STUD8,
TIE PINS AND CLA3P8, MATCH BOXES, ETC., ETC.
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Port Street
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