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.the present rules and regulations of! A ilcslro to fulfill the purpose of the
the Department of Public Instruction, pint form nnil at the name tlmo make I
If It were Intended to turn tho jitib leal progress will cause the construe
Published Every bay Except Sunday, "c ''"' "ter to the Counties In the lion of n low providing for the up
st 120 King Street. Honolulu, tense which the opponents of such a jiolntlnent of n Hoard of Education foi
T. 11., by the J mov tr (u make out, the Itepubllcan leach County, this Hoard to act In an
ipnn inaiiircti ccriainiv wouiu not nuvisory capacit witu me nunum
ZI 'have had a nlank In the platform sol-lopector, and the recommendations'
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Editor emnl' piecising mir representatives ' pa3seu on to tue territorial auiwim
to tht pavnunt of the teacheri by the undent and Boaid of Public lnstiiic
Kntercd al the Poetofflce at Houo- rrrntory. 'lion The members of County Boatd
nolulu as second class matter. Those having the .icsponslbllltv of .to serve without pay
7 ' ' " tramltu' n law in keeping with the The theoietlcal plah would be the
SUBSCRIPTION HATES. T splilt ul the paitj piomls.i- thould eo creation of County Bonids, of which
into tin- details of the (raining of n,the Normal Inspectur In the executive
Payable In Advinct. coubtful planli Hv doing so In thl. ifflcer or Superintendent, their acts to
Evening Bulletin. instance Ihey will nnd that the County I e in the natine of recommendation; i
,, ,. '....., ,.. ti" o . p.iinmph ielatln.M i the schools when to the Central Hoard I
rK lUlJUI... . J . ... V ... w. .,.. ,..,. ...I.. t .... .. .f .1... i I. I.... .I.nut .... II. In r.ln.1 ulll.l . . . . .. fll.ni.nM..
Peruuatter anywhere In U. H, 2.uU "urniaii. uiiiiituii unuii' me iiiiiiiiin 4 ,i inn..,! .in ...in i..i.. T.vn.v. infill, ueputv niiiueiiie iiiiui.t.-ii.i,
Per year anywhere U H. ...'.... faloa tee on Plat Mi m n letiRtliv mill In- prove bv pinrtlre whether theie It a i,, 'powre, ustltinl b Ilrothers .1.
Peryt-ar, postpaid. foreUu 11. W tiK.iti the..ie lo. lining the finance l ubllc-splrlted Intel cat In the school svH, P. r. ns t! V C A N Sin
Weekly Bulletin. i.nd management r tin-public iehoolf or each Countv It would furnish ' , clali, 1. C , hh C P C W .leister,
31s Months f .S iiirilir Couulv it .1 1 iiMKtintlou I test for futtiie action P C , ns (I M nt A was Installing of
per jear, auywuere in u. a... . i.uu iiuniiy tbe ..misi or tin- lesultnnt Whatever the law ttravvn may ue i ater.
Pervenr, putp'tld, furelKU .... 1! W diFcuiclun It t .i pointed out that In the frntners and the Itepubllcan liuni ' ,r oalm I.od'
view t.l tlie tu'in mplnted revision in Uers or tne Legislature siioum near in (josllng; V C A
Hie tai l.iv iln I rniiEltT or the water , mind that the onlv direct and definite Watson, M ol V
'tt.il.s ti tin t'...iiiiles nnd the decile pledge of the ltepiihllcnii pl.itrorni If ( and S. A S
lo bavi- tbe 'u.. tUcin.il department i the noaltlv.' nnd unqualified promise fjia3 , ,.,.a
If unit ii i i.ibll bed on the old ualin
HALF OUR ILLS ARE CATARRH.
Territory of Hawaii,
Plitt Judicial Circuit. )
C 0 BOCKTS, Uusiuess Manager
of tbe Uullellu lMibllalilug Company,
l.lnuted. being first duly sworn, on
oath deposes and cays: That the fol
lowing Is n true and correct statement
of the circulation, fur the week eudliiR
I rldav January 4. 19U7, of the
Pally and Weekly Editions uf the
Circulation of evening Bulletin.
3aturday, Dec. 29 2014
Monday. Dec. 31 231G
Jewels Are Presented To
All Their Retiring
Tho Knights of Pythias l.odfje gave
Joint lUKlnlh.U'm of otllcerB Iniy
No 1 C It, II
Ueeiihg. P C A.
a n fioud k or
Keliva M of F
M of Ex A (1.
to piovlde nn appropriation that will Hllvn; M .it A E (' H.irnes. I 0 ,
It i a i. it n Ivlsable to compli ,peeure foi the teachers the Kalarles rp.nrge MiCaiih). ' 0, A C. Cox
ti. -I'ii itli.n and IncieaBe Iheito which they are entitled under the 'head
von ni tl.i f.ertt .1. tuie by revolution Ipretent rules and regulations of the
kin;- il. iiieceht Uem of education Department of Public Instruction.
:il mliumiitimloii It wns felt that n This can mean but one tlilm: ns le
luea-iiire cuuld be pacred which would l.ards appropriation And when the
.Mhtle l.iidi'.e No 20 O, A. 8.'
Webber; V O , SI O Snyers. P., J I,
MoriN; .M. ot W O. .1. Whitehead
P. C : K. of It and S . V Waldron
I'llus responrllilf and public-spirited Territory pays the teacher It Is not p (... j f y , x. O'Hrlen, P. C:
citizens of the Counties other than I tojior to endeavor to Interpret the j of nx O .1 MiCarth) I C. M. til
Oalm Into clo'i'i much with the man words " full charge " as tonvevliiR the A j A pp.ice. tl J K Ketch
Wednesday, Jan. 2
Thuriday, Jan. 3
Tnday, Jan. 4
Average dally circulation
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Wednesday, Jan. 2, 1907.. . 250C
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii .1102
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . . 1807
BULLETIN PUBLISHES!! CO. LTD.
by U O BOCKUS,
' Dvviiieiii uf the "munis And ns time purpose of absolute contiol to tin
v.elit on the schoolB might gradually I Counties
he transferred to the Counties, as eo-i , Splendid headway has been mnde
Hubsrrlhtd and Bworn to be
fore me this Sth day or
I SEAL I Jnuuarv Anno Domini
P. H. HUltNETTK,
Noturr Public. First Judicial Circuit
tiillons nnil public demands Justified
There weie members of the Plat
foi m Committee who were opposed ti
any suggestion of the Counties In eon
i.ectlon with the schools They ae
cepted the platform plank ns It !!nnll
liissed on the understanding that, the
Hoards of Education created for the
vnrloiiH Counties should net In an ad
vlsory capatlty, nnd under rules to hi
flamed b) the llo.ud of Public Instruc
tion On any other understanding It
would have been Impossible for tht
punmraph to Irivv been Inserted Pi
In the decentralization of goteiuuieiil
al iower The work already done
fhould not be destioyed or the ad
Vance Impeded bv attempting toe
LIBERAL FOR POLICE
iSpoi l.il to I lie, Bulletin)
Wulliikn .Maul, .lau. 4 -Owing to .in
oon; O O, A II I'ell
William McKlnley Lodge No. 8-C.
C.A. I. Wolf V C, W I. Frazee;
P, L. II. Beeves. M of W . I Wood
K. of It and tl . E A. Jucobson; M
of V, F N .Nojes; M of Ex.. II
Hlcknell. Jl al A . A (lertz, I tl
l.vneh; u (I . S 0 Slbbard
Brother Olialiiiem, In n few well
i lumen words, presehtvil retlilng Chun
eellor Comnuiiiiler A I) Bond with n
Past Chancellors Jewel A lilting re
Kpoupe was made h) Mi. lluud.
The wink of the Mystic Lodge Tor
many jeais was brief Ij reviewed b
Biolher I' Wnldion lie spoke high
ly of the manlier In width ulTnlrs had
I.....M litimlliiil He Miinlte nr the oust '
this educational plank can make n
mountain of a molehill If the) see lit
and theieh bring about a general
Tbe vote taken b.v the Supervl tors ' wrangle in iwiicn waier worKH, umi
last evening Milci'inly pledges each of ' Income tax anil public schools will he
the re-elected members to vote for the so mixed up, nnd tbe main Issue ho
intention of the present lload Super befogged, that the Legislature can
A law carrying out any other plan liiuiase or Ilfty pel cent In the pu li! U.U. I1H hi lug a lunnei tear under tht
will violate tbe spirit of the party plat 'appropriations made u the lliuiu "f Mlc-lfiit management of the tetltlug
form. SupervlsorB lit their meeting Dec nber t.inllC(.or Cimuiauder, O J White
rramers of the partj lueasuie iimlei . loin, ikjiicc circles aie an agog ami ( .a,
excitement and speculation us lo the
vl.or Am plan v hlrh lontemplates a
reversal of the endorse menl given b
Snpei visors Cox, Archei and Dwlghtl
must Include a leipiest for these ineiu
to stultify themselveH, nnd nuke them
the laughing stock of the people No
friend could ufilt tint
REPUBLICAN PROMISES AND THE1
' Tho wide Interest uroused for
the advancement of tho public
miools shows that the people are
iillvo to the necessity for the pro
tection and development of tills
gieut factor of our Aineilcuu prog
"Wo pledge our legislative rep
rt ntutlves to the adoption of aji
prupilatlons that will heeuio ror
the teachers of the Terrlloiy the
remnn'eratlon width their training
nnd experience Justifies, under tho
present rules anil legllUtlous or
the Deparlinent of Public Instriii!
"We favor the appointment of a
local Board of Education In each
County, which Boards shall have
full charge of the public schools
In their respective Counties, un
der and subject to such general
rules and regulations as may be
prescribed by the Department of
Wo favor tin, uxtenslon of
iiiauuiil training' In the public
schools " I'lom the Hi-puhlltiin
Platform adopted by tho Territo
rial Convention al Wailuku, Maul.
come to a close with nothing done
lliothei Whitehead was presented
with a Past Chancellors Jewel In tol:
ill of the estieiu III w tilth he will
held by M J Stic Lodge
Brother Whitehead lespnuded feel
Ingly In u few winds of thanks to the
A Past CIiiiiici Hoi's Jewel was pre
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llunl form the Bonid'h geueiodtv iMll
ussiime. Whether It will im'.iu a 'lll.v
iei cent lucituse In tbe j'.it ol the
pit sent foiee, or tlftv pel tent iuui
ollce, is the eueMloil
II Is supposed, btiwevel, that tin!
ito.iid looked nln-ml lend uutde the es-
llimue lllientl Hi ue in ll iHiruniii in inn . ,,....i. .. ,, ., i..i...... ,
I , , ,, , , . ,. reiiii-i ill llliillli-l .11. ..I. i,i,iii..fii, .-
Ilhe jailors nnd prison guaiis on tie CHlllcl.,lir Ciminander of Wll
pa, lolls of the Count when ", McKlnl.- Lodge No. 8. Brothel
all. m liiimsl over vvlllmut ha lug presentation In
I I ...ill Into the public liup.ovemeul ts ,
1 Poorl', paid leaeheiH and dlstilrl!'"'". '''W -Juliu-m great credit fo.
jmUiit me wondering whether in not "' ' ""- -" -
the Teiiltorl.il nduilnlutiutlou tun ,o tho jear.
ns generom and ret as near their i Brother .lohuson was inn. h affected
luurts as the Maul Count father-111" '"' '"l'"'l,''' wl111 """,kH " ""'
gotten to the he.ilts of the m
Tho paragraphs hern given eonstl
tute tho paitleul.tr educational plunk
by tho Uupubllcun party which at the
pit-sent tlmo Hems to ho variously In
lerpruted mid generally niltunder
Tho words "full cluugo" appear to
bo taken In tho most sweeping sense
possible and without leguid tor the
leading of the previous paragraph or
the plunk. Stiaugo enough, this In
tliprututioii Is given by those ino'l
euthtislastlu over the reUnllou of all
public school udmlulstintlou by Tenl
It must bo udmltled that the vvordH
used are Htiltlt.lt utly dliect to carry
tho Impicsslou, after casual perusal
that tho plunk contemplates turning
the schools over to the Counties
Tho lepicsoiitntlvcH of tho purt)
however, should go moie dreply Into
tho history of this piirugruph, umi ulsu
read it Intelligently In couuectloii with
the piccodlng purugiuidi of the educii
By so doing they must be convinced
that the framers of the platform did
rot contemplate complete control of
the public schools by the Individual
Counties, and If the wording Is amblg
nous It was the lesull uf haste In
framing or enor In typewriting.
Tho paraginph which pietedeB that
dating to tho schools and Counties
pledges the Itopubllcnn leglshttois It
pass uppioprlatlouH which will allow
tho public school teachers lo bo paid
uccordlug to the echediilu laid down In
Trust Company, Ltd.
has taken over the agency of
The Kilauea Volcano
and Is prepared to furnish tickets for
the round trip from Honolulu and re
turn via either Hilo or Honuapo.
In this connection It has opened an
for the benefit of Tourists and others,
?nd will gladly supply general Infor-
i matlon In this line, or suggest an Itln
erary to any part of the Territory.
This department will be In charge
of Mr. JNO. A- PALMER, who will
endeavor to see that visitors to Ha
wall are shown Its many attractions.
f.V;irt(il In the llulltllnl
Wullukii, Maul, Jail l.-Tho lie pub
lleuii County Cuuiiultleo will meet
Ihuihdny, January 10th, to discuss I
I 'leeded legislation, and nil leading pur j
I ly men within the County huvu been
hulled to the convention The Wnl
lukll Pie.'luet Club meets tonight tu
discuss and suggest needed legislation
$2250 WILL BUY A HOME.
938 FOftT ST.
Real Estate Dep't,
McCully Street $20.
Beretanla Street SAO.
Aloha Lane $18.
King Street 3S
Nuuanu Street $50.
Cor. Pentacola and Klnau $40.
Nuuanu Street $30.
Matlock Avenue $30.
Klnau Street $20.
Matlock Avenue $25.
A two bedroom house, stable, etc.,
on a lot 200 x 300, eight minutes' walk
from car line.
For one week from Jan. 1, 1907, we
will accept $2S00. for above property.
Tho the pa it month's
celling hat been the heav
iest In our experience, our
stocks are such that we
are prepared to serve your
wants In tbe Dry Goods
line Just as well as be
Our advance purchases
for Spring Delivery will
IT YOU AHE LOOKINQ
WE WOULD LIKE TO
3IIOW YOU A NEW
We have many new Ideas
In BRACELETS this year
and AT ALL PRICE8.
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
12SG FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machine for sals.
"Every family should know the important fact that
catarrhal diseases claim many thousands of victims in
Canada each year. In spring and summer catarrh of
the stomach, bowels, liver, kidneys and pelvic organs
is most common."
S. B. I1ARTMAN, M. D.
For cpcclal directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle. Pt
runa la for cale by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benton,
Smith & Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
lodge foi lis high value pl.ii.d on lilt f
Biolhei 'IhtH. O'Bilen. P (' . nf !
Abwtle Lodge was Iheii ealbd lo Dm
lldiil Ah he stopped Tin wind ll look,
of myslllled expeetauet pusseil over I
the faei'H of those pletout Biolhei
1M Tuitie, In n well fuviued speu ll
called uiti nlioii to the r.il I liful nnd
Untiling I.iIioih or til nihil D'lllleu III
lh luleivst of the lodge I'm LT. euis'
he hud glvill the lies! ciiilcavniH of
hit life titu -in the uplifting nnd Up
holilim; of .M)hlle Lodge .No 2
A Vileian'ii Jewel wiih piohfuteil to
him In lul.eii of applet lalloii uf tin
je.il umi elieirj he ll ml i!lsp!.l)cd III
Bi'olhi r (I'llilili thanked the ineiu
If is fin I lit- Iiiiuoi Ihev hud hosjimfd
upon him and ald that he hoped In
he Willi I lii-iii foi man) jiui.. In cinuo
Allei closing of Hit lodge the mem
In is went In for so.lul chat mid thul
TO JP (111
A llaueiieig, iiilmlulFtiuloi- or tha
'eilule ul I. Alilo, ileieiiM'd, t mill J ie
I tlllouid tl e Coin I fur t nncnl toil toiii-
liliillllu- of the tl.ilm UMilust M All I'al,
of Wulkiiiu At l-'.il III IS II exeiilted
ill luoilgige on persoluil piopiuty foi
I $'J1UU in luvoi of Alilo. Time Is Hllll
('jiiii dm nrd iiupuld, nnd the pioput)
'tvhlill IMis liioilgagtd bus tllbei lit t II
I ill Hi u) fit in wijiu out, ui that the
tuoilgme us t.iuli Is woilhless, Ah
, I'm olTeis In touipiolulsu fol $JuU.
Ilui'kfeld . Co, me now the holdeiH of
llu moilcugc Judge lie Boll giiiuttd
the pci ml; slou nought.
begin to arrive about Jan
. uary 1st, and we hope
I this year to 'be several
ill ftnl W!i
weeks In advance of the
usual time for Spring
Henr) Watoihouse Trust Co.. Ltd,,
I Collector of Inteiual ltovenuo 11. W
iCluilubeilutii bus lecelved notice that
TUrn T2lt- .( U 'Vtfil"'1 dt'imtj colletloiH tome iiihlei the
, 1 he hirst ot the Ycariclvll bitivlco niIiiB ThlH alft,(,B tiiwo
merchants and all others will want ' "mv emplojcd us well ns lutiiio up
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PAD3, poluliuents, bill those who aie now
INKSTAND8, PENS, PENCIL8, to fit eniplojed by the ilcp.iltmcnt will not
up your office. We have Just received i '""" "J M" exaiuliiallon, us they
laran shlnment of OFFICE SUP- "'" efn in mini' soito roiveiuiiui i
It does not consume tho oxygen In a room. Combustion goes
on in a ceiled globe, preventing any smudge or odor escaping
Into the room. The savlnij to decorations Is consldriable tea
son after season.
Besides, Elrctrlclty Is the mod congenial light to the eyes.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 390
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Statement of Condition, December 3 1.1906
Cash on hand nnd In hunks K7.hlS.uU
Slocks ami oilier Invest-
MeilgageH Beeuied h) leal
tilalo ll.'J'.ii; 1.1
I us, deiuauil umi tlmo.. .Iiij,7ti8 HI
I 'in tilt in o mid llNluies ... C15IU7
Atciileil lutelest Iteelv-
Assets other than those
spciillcd ubovo ii,i:ii.7r.
Hllhst'lllied . . ?'.'i)0,iniilllll
in p e I cent
paid III ... . Sil.iiuuiii)
ability 1 211,0(10 On
Undivided pinlltH :il,7Vi;.41
Tl list mid agency ut omits 31U,3l!t.!tlt
Atciileil Inleiesl pujithln . 319.38
l.labllllles other than those
i,ieclllid above 3,788 63
As we are closing out our STOCK
.CABINETS came will be cold at cost.
CuruerWtaulMerchulSL., I GOOD GOODS 'WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
A hum okolehiio dlstllluiy Is to bu
opened at Nupoopoo nuxt week and
Collector Cluiinbeilaln ami Deputy
Dinko may go there to bo pieselit. If
the amount of business on baud will
uilmll If tin ie Is loo ninth to do
only one of them will go.
Tmiiloi) or Hawaii, County of Oalm.
I, A N Campbell, Tieusuier uf the Henry Waleihouse Tutsi Co, Ltd,
do solemnly aweur that the idiot u hlulen.ciil is tiuo, lo the lust uf niy
kiouledgu umi helltf.
A. N. CAMPIIBLL,
Kuhscilbed and hhoiii to hefoiu me (Ills 1st da) of .Innii.ii), 111(17
Nnlmy Public, I'lutl .ludiehil Cliclllt
I 1 I Hill 1 II III! I I i
Bulletin 75c, per month