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lowing Is a true and correct statement
of the circulation, for the week ending
Trlduy. December 21. 1000, of the
Hally and Weekly Kdltlong of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin,
Dec. 17 .
Dec. 18 .
Dec. 20 2336
Dec. 21 2384
Average dally circulation 2410
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Tueiday, Dec. 20th, 1006
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii 1008
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(SEAL December. Anno Domini
p. it. lumxnTrn.
Nntnt? Public. Plrst Judicial Circuit
ni:e ss. lwc
Now Hiistace has lo do tho worry
ing. It's up to him
Does an nttimpt at bribery eontll
lute a breach of International law 7
(luturnnr Carter Is to ho' eoiigralb
luted on arriving among tliosu listed
' Kalr, Knt ami Korly."
Major Schmltz's decision (o shift
tor himself beforu tho court may bo
it symptom of tho thieves having fall
Anyway, Dam Patterson can be no
lelntion of (ilven-Dant Jones, fur Pat
terson seems lo bo from Missouri and
wants to bo shown.
Fatalities among the hunters of big
gunio have now taken first plnoo over
football. This puts It up to tho sport.
men to provide new i tiles.
Dr. OBler of tho Osier theory fume
hnB a mother who celebrated her 100th
birthday December 1 Ith. What gave
Oslor his foolish Idea Is a steadily In
Secretary Hoot ought lo bo kindly
dlsH)seil toward a Consul Conference
In Hawaii. Ho has Just made a sue
cess of gelling eoplu together down
tho South American lino.
Los Angeles is doing its best to get
up an excursion or business men to
Honolulu. This city will prove Its le
clprocal good-will by sending a dele
gallon of Shrlncrs tu attend tho great
est event of l)s Angeles' business
It Is to bo regretted that tho outgo
ing Uoanl of O.1I111 Superviburs cele
brates Its dopartiiro by a refluent for
salary-raising. A competent olllulal
deserves all ho can get, but tho tlrst
consideration Is In pay what tho In
.Thu selection of Charles ItiisLu-n
Jr, ns chairman of thu Incoming Hoard
of. Supervisors for Oahti County Is an
cylduuco of good senso and sound Judg
niont on" tho part of thu majority or
thu iiuunbuiK. If they will duplicate
this all along the line, thu County Is
LCheduled for two years of excellent
" THE PUBLIC BUILDING
The prebenco In the flty of a Tre.ts
ury Department special agent, who
has 011 occasion Investigated public
building slto matteis but 011 this trip
Ii- "moicly enjoying a vacation," ipiito
naturally causca Hoiioliilium to prick
up their earn.
Mr Taylor's response to riuestlons
lcgaidlng IiIh mission Is such that It
is obi lous ho docs nut intend lo let
Iho public Into Ills confidence it ho
has'ntiy other plans In view than rest
ami icfrcshmont In an Ideal climate
and amid a pleasant people
The (act that ho might havo a pass
Ing if Indifferent iuteiest In thu selec
lion of a Federal building slto for Ho
nolulu nnd might allow his Imprea
sions to wander back to heiielciuartuis
makes It tlmuly to offer a few sugges
tlona Hint may bo of Mihio when thy
" real Taj lor " arrive.
Honolulu waiils a IVilcrnl bulletin);.
On tills lHilut c nru nil united In
oritcr to cllmlnnto loo much coutro
verity the Federal (Internment li.it
cnlled for bliln from the owners of n
1 llnim niton These tenders hale been
It l tip the department to mako
1 Should tho people of Honolulu now
i enter iiimiii a eontest for boosting one
site or another, dllde Into different
camiis and bomhard the department
I or Its rcpicucntatlic with Iho superior
elalnis of this site and the shortconi
lings of the others, the would creato
I Iho er condition which the (Intern-
meiit no doubt hopes to prevent. Wo
hate a full fledged l'ederal
building wrangle llxpcrlonco hat
taught that a controversy Is the first
aid to an ludcflnlte hold-up of tho pur
chase of the slto and tho erection of
The best thing for Honolulu to do
Is to leave the selection with tho olll
eers authorized by the department tn
do tho work
Special ngents of the Treasury De
partment are Intelligent men. They
can form clear opinions on the neces
sities of the community nnd tho do
grec to which the respect ho sites sat
isfy l'ederal regulations.
The public building agitation should
routine Itself to n unanimous nppcal
for BiK'i'ily action In settling the slto
tiosllou so that It will bo possible to
start In with tho campaign for an ap
pioprlatlon for tho building.
SHR1NERS FOR LOS ANGELES
The effort mnde to bnvo n delega
tion of tho local Shrlncrs Temple at-
'lend the annual conclave to bo held
In Los Angeles next May Is well eon
relied. It fits in with tho evidences of lire
and vigor which Honolulu has shown
during tho last few years and which,
by reminding our fellow-countrymen
that Hawaii is on tho map, lead many
to come hero and seo for themselves
Thesj Islands already havo a very sat
isfactory place in the good-will of Los
Angeles business men. As theso snmo
business men nre back of tho glorious
reception Los Angeles will givo tho
Shrlners from all over thu country, It
Is already assured that a delegation
from tho local Temple will bo given
the position and attention that will bo
most gratifying to Honolulu.
Nn doubt the persons who do not
enthuse over anything but thu ruts of
undisturbed routine will complain that
propositions that cost money tiro for
over being brought up.
They should remember that a com
munity like a business houso has to
npend money and keep up witli tho
procession In order to mako morn
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Manage!
v NV ll
. 1 itock u. kOMb nOKLt.
rJ? 4 V frj I .. m I.,. ..B..-r li.i.H
sj y f "., I""'"' '' l" I
A home In Manoa Valley, Just
completed, near car line $4,000
Cheapest building site In Col
lego Hills two and a quarter
I . I- n.. .......... -r.... .!. -...j
kviB ill ruuigbu liabH mo MIIU
price to suit your pockctbooks.
Do not forget auction calo of Mac-
farlano premises on Punanou Street
on Dec. 31, 1906,
We have several applications for
furnished houses.' We can rent yours
If you will list It with us.
Henri Watorhoust Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Corner Fort an! Merchant Sts,
money nnd establish Its rlfcht in bo In
It la Unll in 1. ..,.. I.. ...I...1 1 1. , -l.n.tl.l
... .a ,.v. IU vi-tu 111 lllllltl 111,1V PIIWIII I
Hawaii spend a few dollars In rciidlnKl
a Bpcclal Shrlner feature lo the con
clave, the cities with which we com-.
peto will spend hundreds of dollais
nnd not Ret as much for tho money.
Tlio Honolulu Arab patrol for tho
Lns Angeles Conclave It a flrst-clacB
proposal. It deserves tho backlnc that
will guarantee koIiir beyond the sUiko
of what nilKht have been
TO TAKE PLACE
KlnlHiinln iirrniiccmcntH nro being j
made for the funeial of the lato John1
Una, who died nt Long llcnch, Cali
fornia, a few wcal.n ngo. Ills remains
were brought back to Honolulu yestcr
da' in the Mongolia by Mrs. Kua nnd
The funeral will take place at the
embolic Cathedral next Sunday alter,
noon at 3 o'clock Km her Valentin
and the family of the dct cased will
bring the (cumins fioin the Knn res-
Idemo on .Miller street to the Cnlhrdial,
where lllshop Libert will conduct the
finite A Tentine of this will be the
singing by a special choir nnd the ren
dering of the "Ave Mm In" by a lady
filend of the family.
I'rom the Cnthcdial the funeral pro
cession will go lo the Catholic (cine
(cry 011 King street, where tho liuei
mrnt will take place in a temporary
vault, K-ither Valentin otlli luting. Thu
Hawaiian band, with the consent of the
government, will form a part of the
The pall bearers, who hale been
chosen from among the friends and
business associates of the deceased, will
be ns follows Henry Smith, Curtis P.
Initkea, Mail; P. Uoblimon, limrfi
Deckle', Z. K. Myers. P. A. Schacfcr,
C M. Cooke nnd Jan. 1. McU-an.
Worn Out By Racing H.
J. Dietz Will Rest
Among thu passengers who arrived
yesterday 011 tho Mongolia was II. J,
Dletz, 0110 of Iho best-known nutonio
Idtlsts In Iho United States, who has
iimiio to spend a few weeks In tho Isl
nnds for his health. Ha is trying to
lecoier from tho strain eause-l by au
tomobile racing, which has caused his
mind to give way to n slight extent.
Ho achieved 11 great deal of rcpiitn
lion In automobile circles through his
running of tho Vnnderbllt cars In 11
number of races and on ono, occasion
remained at his post guiding Iho ma
chine to victory for 38 hours without
n bito to eat of any kind. It is duo
lo such feats as this that ho Is now
Mr. Dletz Is tho inventor of tho
Dletz lamp, which is. used a great deal
on automobiles and has made a groat
deal of money by tho sate of his lamp
through a company which ho organiz
ed and of which bo has kept thu con
trol. While In tills city ho is staying
nt Iho Young Hotel.
JHF For Rent" caras on Ml at
thf Rullatln ofl-
$2250 WILL BUY A HOME.
038 FOP.T ST.
Tho the past month's
selling has been the heav
iest in our experience, our
stocks are such that wo
are prepared to serve your
wants In the Dry Goods
Hue just as well as be
Our advance purchases
for Qpring Delivery will '
begin to arrive about Jan
uary 1st, and we hope
this year to be several
weeks In advance of the
usual tlmo for Sprini)
Business Men Talk And
The business men'ii eonimltlee (net
with (ioieinoi Carter yesterday after
noon for the put pose of discussing tho
piopojod Pnn-Pnclflc l!xosltlon nnd
Consular convention, Among those
present besides the C.ovcrnor were J
H. (hit, K. II Paris, A. Hnrtley nnd
i:. i:. Paxton.
Ueprescn tal Ives of (ho press were
not admitted lo tho meeting. The (iov
crnor explained that Iheio were some
matters to be dhrussrd upon which he
I pa red members of the lonunllUc
would not talk freely If they thought
that Ihi'lr expressions might be limit
ed. He did not know that thlu wis the
rn.:c, he said, hut thought it more than
probable that It might be. The (lover
nor fluted, thciefore, that he would
glie out a H'juunnr of what happened
after the meeting. In compliance with
this promhe, he dictated the Pillowing
areotint of the meeting:
'This rtiiiuulttci of six was npimlul
ed by the Chamber of Commerce r.ad
Ihe Merchants' Ausoclntlon. They not
ified me of their appointment.
"The committee appointed me ns
chairman and Mi Paris ns secretary
"Thse organizations delegated theli
authority to this eonimltlee with xiw
rr to add to Its niimbei. It was thought
that there was no necessity at tlile
tlmo to luiieasc the number until they
had heard from the authorities In
Washington ns tu their attitude In the
"The commit lee rnotiesled me In
lomniunluilo with tho Kecietary ot
State, letting forth the project nnd
pointing out the advantage to tho con
sill ir bcrvlco itself In 11 meeting of all
the cons'iliB stationed at ports hinder
ing on (ho Pacific, nt which they could
discuss the problems that they II ml
wanting solution and make practical
siugestloiiH ol how the servlco ran be
h tiered, by mnl.lnr It a more rlllclcul
aid In facilitating ioiuiuckc.
"II ( niilil also bo shown that such a
mectl'ig would undoubtedly at l nut the
merihnutr, deslious ot development tu
tlil.i Held, so that tho plan might de
velop Into 11 laigei congress wherein
tlfo development of the eomnu'rrn ol
the Puilfle would lie tho main object
Thus the pioHsal of (lie tonsillar nn cl
ing would bo a nieiu inieutlie In tile
"Members' ot Ihe lommltlee, on be
half of (be meiraiilile bodies, express
ed their deep Interest In thai side ol
tho ipicstlou. They wanted me lo tali
Se-relniy IUsiI'b attention to iho splen
did geographical iHisltion Hawaii occu
pies, lo the. well-known hospitality ot
the ptoplo here and to tho probability
that. 110 Mattel what reason! of tho
year the congress r.as held, the weath
ei conditions would be favorable.
'It was thought lll.xjy that not only
those uiciehants sicking development
ol P.iUllc trade, hut nil Iho gient Hans
porlatluu lines might send delegates In
the proposed inngicss. Also, Hint lb'
roinmeiilal Ixiclles ol thu Pacific Coast
might bn glad of tho opportunity to lie
"They iee;iested 111c to communicate
theso ideas to Keiietury Itool and as
icrtnln his views on the mallei, and
to iimjoiiu li 1 111 that If he approves of II
the committee here would nuclei lake
to see the thing thioiigh on whatcier
Unci, ho thought best.
"Another resolution wns passed an
denizing me tu communicate with
olhci iiigaulzatlons hero such us he
iievoleiit. national and patriotic societies-and,
on behalf ot this committee
submit to them the question of whether
(hey would paw 11 solutions fnioiahlt
to tho project and forwanl such to the
Seciclniy ol Hlate.
"II was nlnicil by members that, in
meetings or Iho two oignnlzatlonu the;
hail attended so fin, thcio hail been a
unanimity of opinion heartily favoring
the lika nt Hawaii's leading on In this
ivhciuc, which has lor Its aim the de
velopment ol the commerce ot the Pa
"One Mgseutlyii was offoied that thu
consuls ol otliei nations be Invited to
attend, mailing (ho (ongiesr, Intel na
tional Instead of national, but It was
ugreeil that this iiuestlou had best be
lett to Secretary Hoot,
"The ununiltteo urged 1111. II Secre
tary Itoot looked 011 tho niallcr tin or
aid), tu extend .111 Invitation to him
ieisoiiillj to attend thu congicss. It
would undoubtedly give him an op
poitttplty tu consult with tho consuls
1111 tho various posts throughout the
Pad Ik, In a m.iuiin which would ic
ip.lie tliuii lo bo iibbelit from Hull
pewta the least Kj.slblo time,
'"I lie iijimnlllcc nlui exprciited the
Idea th.it the piotuotloii ol tho plan
heie i.buuld not In leslilitcd to the
umnicn-l.il organ Uutlous, but that u.s
mm bilious ul all natlonalltlei Incliid
lug Hie (Hlent.il, bclentlfle, frutomal
unci binevolunt bodies, ought lo be re
quested 10 tal.u pint and, on theli own
bchalt. to fuiuUli Secretary Iloot wllh
at- wide inturnidtlun at, possible.
'"Hie only doubtful views which any
members ot the committee had heairt
exprcstid did not raise any question at
to the advisability of tho movement 01
thu good effect the congress would have
011 the iiiiisulai soiilco and the com
nieiie of tho Pminc, but wcie ulln
gclher as In whether Senelniy Itool
would take It up or our ability (o put
It through without his assistance. The
Taller nuerllon was left to be derided
after the attitude of Sccrctnry Itoot 1ms
"After expressing the opinion that
liu netlon nov would start the ball roll
ing the committee adjourned."
IK WI MSii)
Tim dlclrlfl tnitKi- wtwi Wfirl.u imilpr
Ih" illicitiuii of the P.ihimn Settlement,
rcpoiW on her work for November ns;
follows: Number of visits made, S2,
number rnses upn. 17. Cskp.i hh fid-.
lows: Tinchoma visited In home, 1;
scnbbles, 1; intestinal disorder, .1, .
gtantilnr (oiijtinetliltls, 1; leg ulcer, I; j
typhoid fever, 1j tuliereiilosls. Ij pel
vic nuscess, j; riieiimatism, 1; pneu
monia, I; mnlniitlitlou, 1: septicaemia,
.. ,.iii.,iiiiitiv-i. 1 i,itiiiiau, I., i ill - 1
tllEllrne. S. Number nf rbllilrrn n,.ai. I
ed In Knlulniil tcliool under doctor's 9
,.-.,.- , -. -. ... ..
The Supcrvlsuis-clcrt held 11 suc
ctssrul 1 uncus List nlglil, arriving liu
ally at a definite lonelusloii as tu who
should be their chairman. Cluis. I
Hilstiire v.ns elected by the votes of'
Atelier, Keuloha, nnd Dviight. Keiu
nnd lliuiey voted against him. The, I
weie baching Anher, and his suildci; 1
brcak-awny from his supporters to (ha
Hciiuhlltnii fold disgusted tho Deiiiu-1
cutis not n little. f
Itcgarillng tho selection of nn assist-
'lint Cotuily Attorney. HunervlMir
Dwlght stilted today Hint there could
be practically 110 doubt but that Clui
enco Olsson would get tho new hoard's
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The Island Market will close and the business will
be transferred to the 7
January 1, 1907
The present mansnement would be pleased to con:
tlnue to enjoy the patronage of old customers and In
vites that of new ones. The new telephone nutnber'wlll
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I Have You Been
Oiii stock showing shows the re
cults of her work In trades and art.
You're welcome, to look. Come.
Store open till 8:30 p. m. Saturday
till 10 p. m.
1110 NUUANU STREET near HOTEL.
: : : : ; : !) :
'HONOLUL UUNDERTAKING CO.,
1 1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 170.
1 NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
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FKB6H FLOWER AND VEGETACLe
SEEDS FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 339.
Small and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SOK,
Nos. 44-50 King St., Katsey Block, bet.
Nuuanu and Qmith Sts.; Tel, Main 189,
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
CUM ICE- AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo, , Telephone fi'iif 3151.
"" 8 SAIKI,
Bambso Turnlture Made tn Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
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125B FORT 8T. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machines for sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
la quite Ihe rage. It will bo propnly
shaped if ordered from
JEWELER 1029 MAUNAKEA ST.
Mike Wright Cigar
The best imoke told In
tint market, fry It.
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jrejr "ne Job Printing at the Bui
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