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HVKNtNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H THUR3IUY, DEC 2T, 190C,
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lowing Is a true and correct statement
f the circulation, for the week ending
Friday, December 21, 1300, of tin
Daily and Weekly Kdltlons of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dec. 15 2618
Monday, Dec. 17 . . .2378
Tuesday, Dec. 18 . ..2350
Wednesday, Dec. 19 2372
Thursday, Dee. 20 2356
Friday, Dec. 21 2384
Average daily circulation 2410
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 20th, 1906 2498
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii 1098
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P. H. BUUNETTE,
Notarr Public, Hirst Judicial Circuit
Midway r.sldents cannot complain
r lack of callers the past jear.
An enercvtlint knows no defeat Is.
of greater value than ability to iny a
high Inheritance tax.
Honolulu greets the Mongolia. Ma
the good slilp never tlnd an uncharted
reef or all unkind shore.
These mutterlngs of rate war In the
South are approaching a much more
hcrlotis fornf of expression.
Slemsen's attorneys are wise to ask
a chan,e of enne for their illent. The
Interviews Sleinsen has given out are
eaable of ptejiidiclug the most tase
Dam Patterson has his troubles, but
what nio.it Interests the householder Is
(he umber-euloied dirt-laden fluid
served up to him fioiu Niiuauu In the
namo of water.
The pro'inm of the exercises for the
welionie of Secretary Barton reminds
Hawaii that It praises nod 111 five Inn
,1'iiages. May It follow the Golden ltul
in the same number.
the first thing Dam Patterson knows
he will i;et a reputation as a man with
a hammer. It seems a little late In the
day to dluover that the Nuuauu dam
site Is "no good au way."
The death of Captain Seabury of the
Pacific Mail line removes a man whom
Honolulu has claimed as one of Iti
own. He was a good officer, a good cit
izen, a splendid gentleman.
Our Secreti.ry ol War's official state
ment that the Japanese are not plotting
outbreaks In Cuba, Hawaii ami the
Philippines Is an echo of the campaign
which the fakirs have had going full
Every port on the Pailflc Coast will
profit by a great dry dock for Hawaii
It will ho a hospital of commerce placed
whero It will do the most effect Iw
work for all ships that ply the Pacific
Kealoha points to the experience of
the 1903 Legislature is an ev blend
Unit a caucus Is of no value. Among
nun whose wink Is of little or no
value It must he. admitted us rather
They will he nblo to secure other
Jobs. In this reaped such Republicans
as may lone their positions under a
change of administration ure lu con
trnst to Democratic friends to long on
tlm waiting list.
Smuggling Japanese Immigrants
across the line nt El l'nso Indicates
that koine peoplo prefer to go through
the buck alley mid up a (light of stair.)
lo get Into u house, when the fioni
dour Is wide open.
' Wouldn't the original missionaries
and the original American Board offi
cers twist Just a bit lu theli last rent.
In'g places If they knew borne of the
things done lu Ills name under piesent
day udvauced Ideas?
'Hllo's appeal to the Portland Cham
ber pf Commerce for uu endorsement ol
Its hrt'nkvvntrr appropriation shows tho
rlpht spirit And Imldciitnlly reminds
the croaker who dwells on HIIo'b past
I prntuloiir that the town Is not ns dead
ns It look In tin1 Cronker
A leal reform would ho Instituted If
a scheme seie developed !) which the
r ports ol departments would not he
a Kenil-.imiiial, annual and hlennl.il
oiiree of ex)laii.itloii that the thing
Isn't nt ranged rlsht The method, Inch
of method or whatever It Is that makes
the ntiuiml rcxirts to lie brought forth
ltli hiii h pain ami miner has hecn In
vumir a K'll'iiiciit utiminr or yeais to
iimke manifest the shortcomings and
clearly outline where currictinns an
STATE PRESS AQENT.
"The trusts have their official
press agents now," said Governor
Hoch of Kansas, "and In my opin
ion the great State of Kansas
should do equally as well." Asso
ciated Press Dispatch.
Governor Hoch In looklnK after
tho Interests of Kansas has nuulu u
pioposltloii which can hu fully under
stooil by tho progressive iwople of the
Territory of Hawaii
Thus far wo hae no war with tho
Trusts such as Koch Is fighting, hut
wo hau a roustuiit war with IIih mis
i.ndcrstimdliiK and the mlslurorm.il ion
that Kains ground on the mainland re
Hoch intends to make n recommen
dation to the Legislature of his State
that an appropriation he made to pay
tho expenses and salary of an official
advertiser Kansas newsiaHrs are
hacking tho plan and It promises sue
And why not?
It Is for the benefit of every citizen
and taxpnvcr that a State or a Terri
tory as well as u city be put before
the country In a projicr light.
This Is In fact what tho lH'opIe of
tlilu Tr.rrllf.rv tml lli.tlr ul.rti nf nit.
I'-" ".Km when they placed a plank
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political parties of the Territory en
dorsing mi appropriation for Promo
tion Committee work.
Hawaii already has Its publicity bu
reau iiiul Its beginning hns been Ktich
a success that It may proixjrly be
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whole commonwealth. It is an tin-
proveniont on what Kansas proiioses
"' nccotmt of its members serving
milium pay nnu inu rnici expense is
centered on tho absolute necessities
of management and publicity.
Ours is a big country and the people
of each community do not get far
afield In their knowledge of other com
munities unless their attention Is es
pecially called to what tho "others"
havo to say. Hawaii has found It out
mid experience of this ami every other
place, on tin' face of tho glohu is tliul
HERT3CHE... .General Manage.
jW7 Vj- stock . aoMtf aois.
- Vt .X(lllyvMtMl.i M)lORMl AttKTI
A home In Manoa Valley, Just
completed, near car line $4,000
Cheapest building lite In Col
lege Hills two and a quarter
Lota In Puupueo Tract, size and
price to suit your pocketbooks.
Do not forget auction tale of Mac
farlane premises on Punahou Street
on Dec, 31, 1906,
We have several applications for
furnished homes. Wo can rent your
If you will Hit It with us.
Hanr) Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Corner Fort ao4 Merchant Sts,
It pays to keep everlastingly at adver
tising. In a measure Hawaii can claim to
bo among those setting the pace
which Kansas now Intends to strike.
We have been at It several years al
tnoiign ine suppuri lias noi uiseii me
broad Territorial character now con
templated b the people and which we
picsiimc will he carried nut by th9
If niijonc Is haekwatd about the
valno of a publicity bureau which puts
the Hawaiian brand of piospurlty mid
climatic blessings liuforu tho reading
public of the world mid especially the
mainland of the United States, It Is
worth while for him to recall that cltl
7ens of older communities and older
States, like Kansas for Instance, are
fliidliiK that they cannot get along
without It Promotion, proper public
ity mid advertising are Invaluable to
a community that Is not dead
MANUAL TRAINING PROGRAM.
Manual training for the public
schools, which received the endorse
ment of the Republican party in its
Territorial platform, Is one of the gen
erally accepted necessities of the pub
lic school curriculum In the leading
cities mid towns of the mainland
There urn a bundled and one cities
where the manual training department
Is kept to u very high stnndanl and Is
doing a great work for the children
who must earn their own living. Wo
hear little of this but much of general
municipal graft that goes on. Hvll re
Kirt travels with great speed. Good
report Is figured as so commonplace
that there Is no occasion to give It
Dr. James P. Ilaney, who supervises
the nit and manual training course lu
the public schools of Nuw York City,
rave an address beforo the .Massachu
setts Teachers' State Convention on
the outlook for manual training. Ho
lays special stress on the development
of the Industrial phases of the work,
lu this connection ho said:
"Nature demands that the procesH
of learning he In the little child mi
nctlvu and not a passive process. Shu
demands a curriculum of activities
Tho arts manual arts drawing con
striiutlon and design make an lintne
dlato response to this demand. These
subjects vvero once laughed at as fads
hut business men, schoolmen and phy
sicians have come to seo that the child
who Is to he trained to skillful mid
Intelligent manhood must he given op
portunity to use his hands lu various
"Such training has In It Industrial
possibilities of immense importance.
Tho country's welfure dcciids In no
small way iion the thorough organ!
ration of Its constructive Industries.
Nino out of every ten boys who enter
the elementary schools miiBt later
'make their living with their hands.
"As mi industrial people wo must
turly gain the constructive Kilnt of
view. The boy In tho public school, us
he becomes a youth, must seo ths
world around htm as u constructive
world, mid ho should be mado to seo
that part which it Is his to play in
such n world. Ho should know tho
constructive power which lies In his
In conclusion Dr. Ilaney mado a
strong plea fur more Industrial
reboots. Ho said that the cry which
one hears In every workshop and fac
tory tho country over was, "Glvo us
skilled workmen." Industrial schools,
hu declared, were tho only ngencles
which could satisfy this demand.
$2250 WILL BUY A HOME.
938 FORT 8T.
Tho the past month's
selling has been the heav
iest In our experience, our
stocks are such that we
are prepared to serve your
wants In the Dry Goods
line just aa well aa be
Our advance purchases
for Spring Delivery will
begin to arrive about Jan
uary 1st, and we hope
this year to be several
weeks In advance of the
usual time for Spring
$ K PHiD
Wood Says Big Rush May
Be Expected From
Secietnry II. P. Wood has prepaid!
the following report, which ho will
submit to tho Piomotlon Committee
at Its legulur meeting this afternoon:
Honolulu, December 27, 1000. I
Chairman mid Members of tho Hawaii
Dear Sirs: The latest news from
Southern California Ik lo the effect
that the rush of winter travel has al
toady begun. Mr. J. J. Byrne, assist
ant passenger tralllc lunuager of thu
Santa Ke, lu a recent lutetvlew says:
"The present volume of high class
tourist travel to Iaih Angeles has nev
er' been ciiuulcd; the Haslcrn otllces
connected with his road also reporting
n continued mid larger number of In
ipdrles than during any past season.''
Oilier inllroads report the same con
A letter from the Promotion Com
mltlie'H agent at Los Angeles, dated
December 14th, snK:
"Your estimate of tourist travel to
Hawaii for the winter Is) very certnln1
to he realized, at least from Southern
California, us this ofllcu has hours of
work per day grunting Interviews and
iisslstlug in securing reservations
fioiu dato until as late us .Match l&th.
For the Ventura, January 17lh, we are
already assured of thirty passengers
fiom Southern California."
Tho Western Tours Company, Mrs.
Went hcrrod'H agency, also has a sie
clal representatlvo In this field, a for
mer teacher In tho Los Angeles High
School, who will spend tho next three
mouths In Southern California endeav
oring to work up travel to Hawaii.
Wo should soon hear from thu IMI
son Company with reference to thu
moving pictures of Hawaiian scenes
taken by Mr. Boiilne mid can thin
select a few of the best to be repro
duced In tho dully lecture on Hawaii
we ate arranging lo glvo lu thu
looms of tho l.os Angeles Chamber of
Commerce. This feature of our work
lu Los Augclea'wlll ho well ndvertlscd
and will undoubtedly bring good re
.Mr. Prank N. McCaudless" writes
from Taconin, Washington, under dut
of December 14th:
"A number of people have been In
to seo mo In regard to a trip to the
Islands, but I have not the time to
do just leu to tho matter. Now If ou
could havo uuuie one up hero for a
lnonthjo giJu over tho State you
could luivy "u0 pebjile going there the
very first boar out."
Mr. McCaudless probably refers to
the proposed Seattle-Tacoma excur
sion, which Is being handled by the
Seattle Chamber of Commerce. There
Is no doubt im to tho Interest being
taken lu Hawaii nil along the Pacific
Coast. The excursions planned and
worked up by tho Promotion Commit
tee will certainly bo brought about If
steamers can be secured.
The certificates awarded the prize
winners lu the recent photographic
coutest havo all been sent out and tho
helectloil of photographs to bo exhibit
ed on tho other Islands will be for
warded without further delay.
Thu exhibit of work by thu children
of our public schools is being put in
place by the special commltteu of
teachers having the matter In charge
and cannot fall to attract general at
tention. Respectfully submitted,
II. P. WOOD,
The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have just received
a largt shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are closing out our STOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost.
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Countless Swarms Are
Result Of Recent
Mosquitoes are becoming an almost
unendurable pest In some parts of Ho
nolulu since tho ruins, No part of the
city Is entirely free from thein, but lu
Wnlhtkl, especially along the beach, I
they Hwnrni lu thick clouds. The only ,
refuge from them Is to go to bed ml-'
der a net. ,
Those who have lived heio many
j ears claim that they nuver beforo
know them to be so had. Nothing
seems to bother thu little pests, which '
seem to get a peculiar delight from the
KqiilrmlngH of their victims,
President I'lnkham of the Board of
Health says nothing can he done to
icllove the situation. Ills force has
all thu work It can do now, and there
aro no funds for Inei easing thu moa
iiulto-flglitlng brigade. Oil hns been
spread around over some of the
breeding places, but there are so
many of them that It Is Impossible to
look after nil.
Thu only way to get rid of the inns
iptllo iest iiermunently, President
linkhnm thinks, Is to put into execu
tion thu reclamation plan promised
homo time ago, by means or which
some of the numerous duck sjnds and
swamps out townnl Walklkl will hu
done awny with.
Nothing Is being said about this
matter at present, hut It is prohablo
that it will lie presented to tho Legis
lature at thu coming session and that
tody will be nskwd to take some ac
tion In the matter. President Pink
ham, however, does not enre to dtscium
the ptoiKisitlon nt present. It has al
icmly been pretty thoroughly exploit
ed, mid II Is now up to the Legislature
to do something.
Those who lire suffering fioni the
Irritating bites of the countless my
i l.uls of mosquitoes will hope that the
matter may ho brought to the mteu
Hon of the Legislature and some ac
niank boohs of all sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
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The present management would be pleased to con
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vltes that of new ones. The new telephone number will
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