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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU.'T H MONDaY. JAN. 7, 1SC7.
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I'rlday, January 4. I'.m7, of the
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Thursday, Jan. 3 2319
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Wednesday, Jan. 2, 1907 2506
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island' of Hawaii 1102
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I SEAL) January, Anno Domini
P. II. nUIlNETTK,
Notarr Public. Tlrst Judicial Circuit
..JAN. T, 1007.
Uh.u glorious day for County gov-,
rnmeut. If the men taking otllce do
what Is expected of them their plain
duty ne American citizens,
NEW COUNTY OFFICERS.
County Supervisors who take olllcc
today will be successful In the degree
with .which they dcAotu., tlinlr be',
thought to efficient transaction of the
business ol the people
They will piote failures, iiuqualllled
failures If they condii"! the affalik en
trusteil to their care with the chief pur
pose of doing politics and building up'
or strengthening a p.irlizan, hosscd po
This second term of local self-government
lu Hawaii Is not u whit less
important than the llrst
The man who says 01 thinks lu his
heart "We've got the thlnj, sturted unH
now we'll let hei slide foi what thete
Is In It" will 11 ml hlmsell lu the wiong
pew. It Is to be hoped there Is not one
such otllclul among those entering upon
their duties today. It thcic be that one
he. will soon be found out nnil there is
no doubt what sort of an example the
IH-ople will make of hliu.
The new men come to their duties
wltli.everyassoclatlou oi the past mi'l
ambition loathe future set In a manner
to rheeWniiy lendeiieles towurd evil
conduct, or what may amount to His
same thing, u waste of time by tor
much play for political advantage.
To suggest that the new County offi
cers shall lo as well as those having!
the honor of Inaugurating County gov
ernment Is to suggest that County ad
ministration shall stand still for the
cnmltis two jenrs. Tim people hnvo
been well satisfied with the work ilono?nd will gladly supply general Infor
by the outgoing oftlclals. County gov-rnatlon In this line, or suggest an Itln
eminent has been u complete success.
To continue this triumphant record
It Is necessary that there
This progresu does not. us far as
County miters are loncerued, ueccs
iarjly mean additional duties under a
lir'oader County law This Is a matter
lot the. Lctflclatuie.
! "he Immediate progress to which the
iMjvurnt County administrations shoulu
glvn their undivided attention Is to do
(he same thing hotter nml moiu eco
nomically than It has been done here
tofore, jj There Is ahvnys room for Improve
ment, and no Supcrvisoi 01 executive
otllccr need feel that ho Is utidiil
hedged about when he bus nothing
more to occupy his attention than the
routine to which he o, his predecessor
devoted himself for the last elghteui
Tube the two Items of rouds and jsi'
II which hold the principal attention
ot the County officers. The rcroul 01
rlhe past year has been generally balls
fa'ttory. 'Tho' coming two years should be
marked by thi construction ol belter
roads nt less expense, Improved olke
Jwrylce also chutucteiized by u better
returu to tho taxpayer for the uuioitut
!pf money expended.
''These men btart with a clean bheit.
'No one can smirch It but themselves.
,' The people aro kindly dlsiiosed. With
.out regard for tho political complexion
if sthu executive and ndmlnlstrntlvo of
"llcers, tho people wish to have County
.Kovernuient go forward. They know
I that the thcor li right. They know
that the business of the local com-
, immltlof" Is tlone bcttet when lu the.
, liamlH of reliable nml Intelligent lucnl
men selected by tlu voters.
HtcryHiing Is fnoruble for the men
tntned to cany the Count. ndmlhlR
tiatloii thinttgh Its second term.
Thev will unquestionably Ktnrt In
nun i ne determination to niai.u good
It rt-lll be their fault it they nllow pet -
lt personal!! or politic to aide tracking to their duty
Onhu'M ollirei'H "Ml be more in th
lime ht iMTn'ise i hey nre at the Tct
ilioihil letilei in n lion, nml to tills ex
lent their iHixhluii Is more Important.
I liej will set i mimples wlili li the out-
hide ifiiiuilw villi be urged to follow
The tn I It tin Is satisfied Hint the men
nntiieil li the H'ople understand their
ii'ppiumililllili'K. and It there lie ocra
Mlotinl exceptions the will onl prove
the ruli We wish ihe Count. otllccra
f'n .ill counties well mid tin llulletlii
urn lie depended Ukiii to aid In nil gmd
vmk, as It has nlu.s done In Hit past.
DON'T DO IT,
The llulletlii Is Informed Hint the
lending organ of the Democratic, parly
roimdl eondemus llutviiliau-Auicrienn
members of the O.ihit Hoard or Super
visors who endorsed Hie work of lload
Super Isor Johnson, and nre thereby
moiull. bound to ote for his reap
pointment under Ihe Incoming lloaid
These members are charged with lie
Inc untrue to the llannllaus.
l)os tills mean that It Is the pin
lose ol Hie Democratic party to ion
duct the business ol the Count) on the
thcor that a man's' rao- must deter
mine whether he rceles the favor or
dlsfiiMir of the Hniird ol Supervisors?
ihcre Is miiih of this suggestion In
thi unwarranted condi'tiiiintlon meted
out to the men who have acted as rep
resentatives ol American citizens re
Kardless of nice or cieed.
If it h the Intention of the Demo
crats to curt out ii raie program, thete
Is Mime udvantiige lu reaching an
understanding early in the history of
the new Hoard.
Ihe llulletlii can mil believe them so
weak us to adopt such u foolish and
The defeat of Johusou at this stngt
of the game mid lu lew ol tho III
limed utterances of the Democratic
organ can be accepted as nothing more
or less than the signal fot the Iuuiiku-
ration ol race politics.
Sllcl regl ., (() nlm(.ultura)ll!
Injur to the good unmu of the Ha
wallnn-Auierlcmis, nml of Hnwall.
If votes are asked on the i.coro .
Trust Company, Lid.
has taken over the agency of
The Kilauea Voloano
and Is prepared to furnish tickets for
the round trip from Honolulu and re
turn via either Hllo or Honuapo.
In this connection it has opened an
for the benefit of Tourists and others,
erary to any part of the Territory,
This department vJlll be In charge
of Mr. JNO. A. PALMER, who will
endeavor to see that visitors to Ha
waii are shown Its many attractions.
Real Estate Dep't
McCully Street $20.
Beretanla Street $40.
Aloha Lane $18.
King Street $35
Nuuanu Street $50.
Cor. Peneacola 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 $2500. for above property.
Henry Waterhoust Trust Ci,. Ltd,,
Corner Fort an1 Merchant Sis,
rare, and condemnation gltrn or with
held on this scoto alone, tho llulletlii
unit all other fnlr-mlnded liintltutlutis
of the Territory can have but one word
of advice for the Supervisor, Itcpubll
can or Democrat li,
Don't Da It.
After Die foregoing was written the.
iiiahii supervising tool; action whlcli
, proton Hint tluy lequlicil no wnriilnK
REACTIONARIES AT WORK.
'Ihe old argument If II may be iIIr
iillled us mi argument - of the opxis-
liflll If! I.K'll Wl If u.,V.il-lllli..M, lu l.nl.io
It. connection will, the transfer r
Hie waterworks, It Is claimed by Ihe
reactlonatlea that the Counties cannot
leke oer Ihe wale, workr .Mtnbllsh-
merit beemii.e It belongs to the United
Suites (tovertinient nml the Territory
l ,1... ,.i,ii., ..r ,, i...
that the tinnsf.r to the Counties will M"" S'l,vlo,!r ,H -''"Ml '" ' '" .' ""'"I1
reduc the Hieurlt f-)t the Territorial ,h" "f "tl"'1' ",,r"1 "' ","1 H ,,'",1"',
botlils nml therebv Inline Ihe Terrl,.,.-! We ill,,w ' 1111-11111.0.111111 (the Hilly
ini ... ,.,ii,
This H the same cry that was raised
when they were iIIsciissIiih road equip
meiit ami police paraphernalia and by
which they hoped In defiat the County
Inn lu the llrst plate.
Ilul the Territory has not gone to the
financial bowwows lu national lliian-
rial centers hj reason ol this trnnr
fei Nor will II go In case of ihe wntet
Let the reactionaries say what they
may. Frame the law for the transfer
of the wntei works. Pass It.
Then, If the Supreme. Court of Iho
Territory of Hawaii defeats the law,
curry It to Congress and see how quick
ly the repiesenlallves of the American
people will put a quietus to the folly
of this stock argument
I a- iiL.m.u
' ESTATE Ull
The lain llet.ty J. Hlghton left an
estn'e or otilv $i.-,0 value, according to
the Jx'tlllcn p,ei,euteil to Jmhe I.lud-
siy this morning by llnrry T. Mills'
fin lelleis ol adtiiliilslrallon.
.Mlghton's lllu-ar' of law books Is
i-alued ut loo ami his til t fiirultuii
WHAT TBEEYf S TOLL
.Steady, widely opened eyes that aro
not afraid to meet ouih, menu !
illy and honor.
Hut the stead, glinting ee. Unit
look through nalf-ctosed lids at jou
would rather ludlcnte u cold and n-is-p'clous
llewnre of the shlft-sig, faltering ejea
that always look atvny from oti.
Small ejps usually mean uu alert
If they look slinlght out at )ou
Heady and blight, like a squirrel's you
lil.'i expect the right son of cletei-
.less, u quick tongue ami n gift for
Dili If the small e.es are more dim
mil do not look straight Into jours,
ion mny look for the wrong kind of
cleverness, for little dishonesties and
equivocations, mid for a business
iharpncss that Is willing to sacrifice
too much for n little money.
Your large, tranquil, cowllke" eyes,
on the oilier hand, ure less responsive
than the alert, bright, little beady eyes,
"lilt once stir them to their depths und
they will look lulliillely mote intense
ami meaningful than the more Impul
Hound, ptotriidlng eyes show an am-
92250 WILL BUY A HOME.
938 FORT ST.
We will sell at greatly reduced
prices remnants of our Fall Stocks of
WOOLEN SUITS, 8KIRTS, COATS
LAWN 8HIRTWAIST 8UITS,
CRAVENETTE COATS AND WOMEN
AND CHILDREN'S MACKIN
TOSHES, AND BOYS' TAM
See Our Window Displays.
WHOSE SALES ARE 8ALES.
a tf j , . a, a. f " A " A
FEW EXCEPTIONS ARE TAK- k
. EN BY MISS PRESCOTT V,
Editor Eenlni' Huiiclin Kindly
peinift n to say that e must take u
few except loin iwe will not use our
opace for n complete jnalyEls) to the
edlfoilal of Siiiulai pat'i. It Is cu
taltilj, tine tlnit e are not permitted
to know nt nil what I' transpiring on
the other planets We do know what
litis been doing on oui i)n (the enrth)
lor nt leust li few thousand J ears, know
b the lllblo. b scieiitllii reseuich mid
hi nil mithentle hlstiu "Ho Hint tuns
i '") riwl" tin-easv les'oti Ab certain-
!', ,ha " ,Kln" ,;!?,r "' ("r ''
' la,,,,1 'V"1 " "e"rr" V,w ,I,,,R '"" tUt?
'l '"-'" Hk.u our ear I, Just so r.urely
",nhB Snn. ,(!'"1 '"" HIiimiiii
""l'' """"" "I""1 ": ". "'""
Icoilld not die) for man's ledemption.
e eaiiiioi save oiirsene, only uou
vital) facts of our n.n planet! Al
!'"ls,"y l 'al'" mlMnkes and
does no sllishod wink That Is left to
the finite workei However conscien
tious one's llfo ma be (or become)
Hint cannot uliitie sne. We must con
fess Htm before men.' that nil may
know lie Is the one King we how to ami
ndote. Jesus Is the pi tot on which nil
else turns. Ilcce liimio
ANNIi: M PltHSCOTT,
On petition of (I. Mlildleillteh.
trustee. It, bniiliiiiutr of the Chat. II.
Ilerrlek Cnrlmge Company. Ltd..
Judge On lJolt hut Saturday Issued nt.
injunction ngnlnst Jonah Knlanlatir.olo
restraining hli:i from disposing of .,-
of the I MO shines In the Knjilohnl Es
tate wntei, lie owns. Tho petition n'
Icgcd that Klihlii on September S, Him,
gave u promissory note to the Chin. V.
H.-rrlck Company for J3IS. and that
Hie nofn has not been paid. The plain
lid asks for Judgment Tor this niiiounl
This morning Kuhio, through Liu i,t-
lorney, C. W. Ashfonl. moved Hie
Court to disunite the Injiincl'o.i for
the reasons that It was linprovldmly
and erroneously Issind; that It :,s li
sued without Jurisdiction; and that the
bill of complaint nor any other iloeu
ment authorizes the Issuance ot tho in
junction. The Ifiotlon will bo rusciit
Minolta nature nml a love of action.
The lotiuer i-j l-h show more the tem
perament of tliu dreamer.
Tho most beautiful ejes In the world
arc very clear (that Indicates good
hcalth-nntl-iii't fcI widely apart aiuj
rather dfep "'
That width of belting always glea a
certain expression of sweet splrltuullly.
Times of the tide are token from
the United' States Coast and Geodetic
IF YOU ARE LOOKINO
WE WOULD LIKE TO
SHOW YOU A NEW
We have many new Ideas
In BRACELETS this year
and AT ALL PRICES.
The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your olhce. We have Just received
a largi shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are closing out our STOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
6EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1256 FORT ST. near BERETANIA
8ewlng machines for sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
Additional Cable New on Page t.
VES8EL FOUNDERS! PART OF
Marshfield, Oier.on, .l.in. (!. Tbe
coasting e'cl lionanz.n foundoieil 'ea
lerdav, aix of he, ciew were lot
IIARHIMAN SERIOUSLY ILL
New Yoik. Jan. C i:. II. Ilarrlmnn,
He- mllrond niagiiale. Is mmIoisI; III
New York, .Ian,
I-: II. Ilarrlman
PERU SEEKS IMMIGRANTS
Lima, .Inn. C The Rincui 'I h:ii
oled to K't aside u f unit for ihr le
(lopuient of liiimlgintlou Into I'.-m
NEW YORK ITALIANS USING
New York, .Ian 11 A bomb wns
hopped from an elevated I rain Into "c
the strict yistcplai, Hnee persons be- COUNT TOLSTOI PREDICTS OHI
lug injured lu tl.e lesultltic, explosion I . ENTAL RULE
Th puipclnitor ot Ihe lionib-thlowliiK'
Is u tneiiib.', of Ihe Italian Alalia So-1 ,'"rlK' b"- r'- ('""l Tolstoi 1ms
Hi. Viterhhiirg, Jan. t, l'ieuiir
Stolypln announces tin. famine fiimt
has been exhausted, u distribution hat
ing been mude lu eighteen prmlnciv
lie usks that an iqiitil sani be nppio
prlatfil for further le'lef wink
WRECKAGE FROM S. S. PANAMA
CAUSED UY STORM
San I'ntudno, Jan. li- It Is nov
believed that the wreckugii vt lilt h came'
asnoie rroin ttie H. S. Clly or I'auaina
wns uuihYd ovirlHiai'il fioin that ves
sel In n Hloim.
REQUESTS UNITED STATES NOT
Washington, Jan. U.-A molest has
been received by the coveriiinent fnitn
Roman Catholics against the United
Slaleii lulerfeilng with (he conditions
of Ihe Congo Pne Ktute.
FRENCH CATHOLICS OBDURATE
Paris. Jan. . The Itoman C.ithotles
of France mo rejecting iverylhlng of
fered them by the gotoiiinieul. It Is
hellcted Hut nil order will be Issued
to the clergy to withdraw from theli
churches. In the hope that this draittli
nt Hon will force the Itoman Catholic1
tolcrn to demand redress from the gov
ernment at Hie ballot box.
8NOW CLOSE TO SAN FRANCISCO
San Kiuurlsco, Jan. 7 - Cold weather
fjfty .- . 3l& L .- i-s t " r- i ,.. ,M . .- J ' i.
Itir "Z.tZ27 & u-tcuJt.. etc trc.) -;..-
II does not coiuumr the oxyqen In a room. Combustion uoes
on In a sealed globe, preventing My smudge or odor eicaping
Into the room. The saving to decorations Is considerable sea
son after season.
Besides, Electricity Is the most congenial light to the eyes.
Hawaiian Electric Co., LJ d.
Tel. Main 390
wltli mow pretulla in Northern Cali
fornia. .Mount TnmulpnlH und lh ller
keley hills are sno.vclait for the lint
time since 1M-,,
ninde a predlclloti that Ihe Christian
countries will ultimately lie reduced to
i, state of vassalage to the Oriental!!.
STEAMSHIP PANAMA SAFE
.Maz.-alan, .Mexico, Jan. 7 The
nliuir.shlp City of I'auaina Inn uriitul
STRIFE IS OFF
Houston, Tex.. Jim. ".Tin- stilke
o.i the Southern I'nchV ralliond Is end
ed RAISULI, THE
rangier. Jan. i.-The stronghold
Italsiill, the li.imllt
tiler, IIU'l lieell ilea
tlii.ted. Ills 7bu latter
KILLS TWO, THEN SUICIDES
San I'ranclMo, Jan. 7.-.I It Ita.llev!
l:IH, ..i M., ,, .. .i ..i.., .'..... ' i
coiiimltleil u.lelde I'mull.t tionhle
caused Hie tilple crime.
STEAMER WRECKED, MANY
Aiicoiin, Hal), Jan. 7. The
i.le.im-r Hi-niilii is iiism the
Thirteen wen. diowiiul.
roi ks. I
- " "v-J rtKKESTED Wank books of all sortt. ledger.
Ww v..ii- i.. - . .... I etc.. manufactured by tho Hullelln Pub
.New oik, Jan. ..-Alexander He, I.- ..ublog Coniuiinv
. ... ...I-, ..iiiuiit itiiiiuiiiii, nave pceu
for niaking Incendiary
JAPAN'S TRAINING SQUADRON
Toklo. .Inn, 7 -It Is expi'cted that
tl.e ilepi.rluie of the (mining nqtimlroii
lor Hawaii will be mlponcil fo, one
MURDER AND SUICIDE
I'o.tlmul, Ore., Jan. 7 -A. Mai tin
klllul his Hlstct -In-law mid woundiil
his wife, and then (oiiiniltleil suicide.
rHANCC MAKES TRADE WITH
Alelniourr.e, Jan 7 I' rami- has ceded
In dual Itilliiln the island of Taultil In
exc'iante toi loiuessloiis In lliiruiah.
The Church Bill
Is In Favor
a-u : i,
! Paris, Dip 27 The Si-nate coniliilt-
of!. ,, ,.1IIIT, .in, Blllll. M.IM,.ai,i t.
lay favorably repotted the bill which
was iiferied to It iiiueiiillng (he diunli
and atule Hqiarnlioii lilll of l!iu. I l.e
mciiMire will be debated lu the Senate
Then-.-n-iIlstuibameK lale liiululit
at the .MumiiiIi headquarters, where
ihe pollii disptti'id u cmwd of Itoni-
rulsti' who had foiled mi eiitrami to
the building Tor the piiipnuc ol envy
ing out certain Masonic rites. Mem
tier ot the irowd hud pietiously lii'ide
legal declarations ut the prefecture of
Hvelt Intention to hold a public min
ing. Tin demount rnntr claimed ihat
the fortiiallllcn icqulrcd foi rellglo'is
lueillngH appb also to I'ree Masonr.
m p.illrlln office
czids on sal at
V3jriUnlliifla', iJJJBJ. i ittmi
1 .-. I.