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at 120 King Street Honolulu,
T. II.. by thn
BULLETIN PUPLI8HINQ CO.. LTD.
l WALLACE R. FARRINGTON, .Editor
Kntcrcd nt ilia PoMoince nt Hono-1
nolulu 01 second clafs matter.
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Territory of Hawaii, )
first Judicial Circuit. )
C. (1 IKK'KITH. lluslnoss MnnaRpr
of the llullctlti ruMlshlng Company,
Limited, being llrst duly sworn, on
oath deposes ntul says: That the rob
lowing In a true mid lorruct statement
cf the circulation, for tlio week ending
Friday. J.inuar.v 1, 1907, of the
Dally and Weekly IMItluns of tlio
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Dec. 29 2611
Dec. 31 2316
Jan. 1 2305
Wednesday, Jan. 2
Thursday, Jan. 3
Friday, Jan. 4
Average dally circulation . ...2361
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Wednesday, Jan. 2, 1907 IMG
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii 1102
Combined guaranteed average
HULurriN I'uiii.isMixo co., ira
b) C. (3. 110CKUS,
Knbsrrlbcd and sworn to be
fore me this .MM 1I.1.V of
Si:.ll .Iniiuurv, Anno Domini
P. II. IllTItNKTTi:,
Notar;" Public. First Judicial Clrcull
in 11. is-ii;
.liipanctc w irsh'ps do well to nil out
fan Krnnclsoo li shows that Japan
Is not looking for tumble
. IW1PI . '
Hypocrites never full to en out
when oroiM'rlv (Lived Xor lack .1
T "Iiack '' to do their bidding.
There should be no difficult) In ob
taining the guarantee Secretary Atkin
son asks of the legislators. No mull
-will look pretty who stands up ami
. lays In open meeting that lie thlnk
nioro of 11 $2o. extra session salary
! nn saving I30.II0U to the taxm)ers
of tho Territory.
The Ilulletln gives in ilils Ixsue a!
lelegrain from I! ' Ilkhuidx of llllo
regarding the volcano onilm-iik which
may be accepted as the must icllalilej
tlntomcni to 110 nan 11 is i-wncni
Mail the volejiilc forces of Mnuna I.01
ate in a slate of utiiest and mm at
1'ii.v time hrouk out In 11 beaiiilful ex
Hawaii Countv SupiTvlHnrs are
Marling out to uiaki tlumselves fa
limns In tho same manner that has
made South American llepubllcs no
torious The Idea or repudiating "
debt' Hawaii Count) is lu culiliol of
Democratic leptesiniatlves Is the
old partv polle) or repudiation to be
luvived In lli.it lurk or tile woods?
THE EDUCiVriONAL COMMISSION.
Tho ptopobed educational (oninilh
'slon will be or everlasting benellt, It It
'JniK no oilier definite result than tho
.mora perfect education of 0110 citizen
iti what lias been done and what Is
)clng done li the public schools of
llui Terrltnr) of Hawaii
J 'I'hcio Is no fpicstlon that when the
lllhltltl.lt 11 thJ fhtlrtitfttalll t irtfit.min.1 I
(wJlili(iinnifii nun I'llhlUHIiJ 'i il r" W 11
YH llJlint'U IMHIll Willi CslllMUl'llllllU
'dllulilf Inn lit tins ml iwii liiu if tlm T.-.
Vltory who by )ears rd rulthful service
have established high educational
'standards against heavy odds The
Inspiration coming fioni 11 piivatc
school whoso graduates reach no high
er academic slandatd Hum lu rcpiu
tented by tho flist 01 snond cnr lu
tbo High Hchool. many felt, and nut
without le.isou, that example lu a prl
Vjile schocd would bo far butler than
Hetviit among tlioso siiddenl) evltic
lilg a lemarkablo desire to rofonu the
public bdiool s)ntcni of Hawaii
'Many men are nlile to lell ntheis
litiw Ihoy sboiihl run Iheli liiisluc.is,
ntul tho les.i tho volunteer tutoi known
the nioicj posltlvu he is on liow it
tliould ho ilonu.
Tho otttlliio of the imposition its It
has llnally ome lo the front Is sutb
that over)ono Inteiesled In the piog
lo.is or education must wish i wcdl
A lionicuduiis iiiiiouut or woik of
ierH Itself to the ambitious citizen of
Hawaii who liopas to mv the moat ml-
vniicril unci llio most prnrtlcnl Ideas
ntiplltd, and Is also willing in imsel-!
fkjlily assist In the wo-k Tills ussist-
auce to lio of tiny real value must lie
ot tbo Kind Hint puts tho shoulder to I
tho wheel. not Biitisflcd with pom
ppus, theoretical iccominendatlon.
hlrh only wony te.icbeis nnd as ,1
utauer 01 tact rciurci pupii3.
An oclucatlonal commlnslon It it lo
to reach a valuation appioachlug par
should Include 11 goodly ropicseuta
tlon of persons ft 0111 tho other Is'luiuls,
v)io fiotn their association with the
public schools have tuoio than a per
(utictory Intel cat.
1'nat, n niMMhh.ifi, M .
Tom Wnton, exponent of .Ieu"crsnn-(
Miilim nnil purified Dcmocim), Is til-.
.v.ivs ilctmcrttic and never dull
Up lias full ninliitnlncd Ills rcputii
tlon ilurltiR Ills leccnt experience In
nmiazlnc business mill the struggle to
(.leal ns lie puts II, bis n.imc j
Tom WatHon Is no longer n part of
loin Watsons magazine The publi
cation that boais his hall mark 13 Wut-i
son's .IcfrcrKoulan Magazine. Nothing
ieni.iln of Hie old Institution but the
hollow name owned li W. I! Mbtin,l
Ibe unsivur) publisher of Town Toylcs. 144444444441444444
lite snlilt of Watson has lied and with, IMIIor Evening Ilulletln- The P. C.
I! bin follow I or
This proprietor Maun has been var
Iniisl.v dci-crliieil but Watson's nccount
of n call ft 0111 I1I111 will lle longest In
ning.izlue hlsior). Watson s.i)s.
"White lu this uiKcrtnlii state of
mind Colonel .Mann burst In iijhmi me
el nn hotel III nil the glory and pom
posit v of while w-lilskeiM, while hair.
!ne-oloted fnee, sKttcd wnls'.ioat,
gold-beaded cane. buv window belly,
oca, thai looked like harcl-hollcil eggs,
nriil a ole iblrk nllb IiIrIi living and
"As I miiv have remarked before, be
looked Just like ,1 plcliue taken out or
1. qblld's (oloieil picture book.
"While be talked In me 1 sat there
Irving to make up my mind ns to which
he rwmhlnl most, 1111 lilutlircd por
travnl of Santa I'lnus or of John Hull
or of John l!arlc)corn J llnally de
eldeil that he would do for 11 lompo.dte
photoiriiiph of all tlnee.
"This funn)-lK)klug old ihap 1 had
neer heard of before Ills Town Top
ics I bud never seen didn't know of lis
Watson then explains bow Jlnnn
eiirhored him bv selling out Wnthon'g
Magazine to himself, 'and was biich nn
iiss ns to beljee lb.it he hud sold me.
The ox-l'iiiigiVHSinnn. ex-VUe Piesl
(lentl.il candidate mid cx-Presldcnll.il
iiindld.ilc round hluihcir In a veritable
den of ihlees but came nut of It won
dering "If those New Voik rascals real
l thought I would iiuietly sit down
and twiddle in) thumbs while they
v.eie milking on Willi Watson's .Mag
urine." Thus iIih's Hie eilllor offer Ills ilefv
lo the .issuilalcd niagazltie thieves and
New York hiimo sletieis-
"Thcv have put Into me, nine more,
that luteusll) of energ) and piirisisp
whlrli otherwlw mlglil never have been
nine again. Wlinf the spur Is to the
thoroughbred, what the bugle call is
10 Hie cavalier, the iccuit attempts of
m.v enemies to compass 111) ruin has
hi en to me.
"Ilv the living Cod! Hero is no
1 bought or hiiriender, no weakness or
doubt or hesitation, but n resolution,
I.xpiI ns hardened steel, lo iimith on.
"Wb.it' lie i) quitter now? Falter
Trust Company, Ltd.
has taken over the agency of
The Kilaaea Volcano
and is prepared to furnish tickets for
the round trip from Honolulu and re
turn via cither Hllo or Honuapc
In this connection It has opened ai
for tho benefit of Tourists and others,
rnd will rjladly supply general Infor
mation In this line, or suggest an Itin
erary to any part of the Territory.
This department will be In charge
of Mr. JNO. A. PALMCn, who will
endeavor to sec that visitors to Ha.
wall are shown Its many attractions!
Real Estate Dep't,
McCully Street $20,
Dcretanl.i Street $io.
Aloha Lane $8.
King Street , $35
Nuuanu Street $00.
Cor. Pcnsacola and Kinau $40.
Nuuanu Street $30.
Matlock Avcnuo $30,
Klnau Street $20.
Matlock Avenue , ,$25.
A two bedroom bouse, stable, etc.,
on a lot 200 x 300, el'jbt minutes' walk
from car line,
Tor one week from Jan. I, 1307, we
will accept $2M)0. for above property.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd. ,
Corner Fort anl Merchant Sts
,,,. ; UiVJikirt.M. 1 ... Mfllll
yjfcji s BcSHBEr'
1 r 1 1. v .HS
Vnton to the full fighting pilch, be'
tame he Is nlvvnjs more nttrncllvu
nlicu headed full steam for an enemy,
That Bail Graft
, can learn whore the profits off tho
Hall, the salar) of the Incumbent ntul
nil other draft went by icferrlng lo
bis tu counts wilb the Hank of Hawaii,
J A. Migoon nnd estate or H. C. Allen
Tor hair 11 do7cn .vears, more or less,
pievlous lo Oct. 1P01.
Wm. llenrv can pcrhnps furnish los"
tlinonv. I'eibaps the tlrnnd Jury might
.ctotnc knowledge b) fully Invest!
rating the station house and orison ne
1 mint covering all the time the In
cumbents were drafting.
Don't Turret that the Ix-glslntmo
made up n delielt in the Marshal's of
fice about IS92 of nliout $700, nnd sub
Mcpient Leglstatiite refunded $100 more
01 less that vvns over paid Into tho
Treasury. The dovcrnment bad free
Intcicst on It ror two or tlireo )cius
nnd no credit given to the Marshal's
ofllce. t,cl us liavo this Hall and all
ether draft ciucMlons thrnsbed out by
the flrnntl Jur I am read).
II. ,M. DOW.
Jan II, '07.
4 4 .
;; Not Labor Lodge
. 1 1 4.
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ! 4 4 4 4 s !
4 IMItor Evening Ilulletln- ir 4
4 )ou would allow us spaco In jour 4
4 valuable columns, wo would de- 4
4 sire verv much to coriect a state- 4
4 melil which appears lu )our pa- 4
per or Jiiuunr) :td, 1007, which 4
4 has a tendency to discredit our 4
4 Association, placing It on a par 4
wilb tabor organizations. 4
4 In the Issue nbovo rercired lo, 4
4 under the beading, "laukca (liven 4
4 11 Kreo Hand by Demoerats," that 4
4 portion or the article lererrlng to 4
4 Mr. I,. H. Ileuvcs, as having ap- 4
4 piled for membership in the lo- 4
4 cnl Harbor of Masters and Pilots 4
4 and being refused admittance nnd 4
4 possibly bis strike-breaking rcc- 4
4 ord was what stopped him. Is 4
4 what we most desiro lo contra- 4
! met. .
4 Mr. lleeves never was an ap- 4
4 pile ant for membership In Ilonu- 4
4 lulu llaibor No. Til, or tho Ainer- 4
4 lean Association or Masters. 4
4 .Mates and Pilots. Ills stilke- 4
4 bieaklng rccoid, If bo has one, 4
4 would not bo tho menus of debar- 4
4 ring him from membership lu our 4
4 Association 4.
I- We ate licensed masters, mates 4
4 and pilots or vessels or tbo Unit- 4
4 ed Slates and aro organized ror 4
4 tho better regulation or mutters 4
4 pertaining lo our craft, tbo pin- 4
4 motion of tbo social wclfaro or 4
4 tbo members or our profession. 4
4 tho elevation of our standing as 4
4 such, and wo aim to bo a respect- 4
4 ubln body of men, studying tbo 4
v icneiesis ni our ciiipioycis, as 4
4 well as those of our own. 4
4 Wo aro confident thai jiiii will 4
4 lecogulzo the Injustice done our 4
4 Association and trust )ou will 4
4 grant us' tho space to correct It. 4
4 Very respectfully )ours, 4
4 iioNOiJirj'.it iiAnnon No. si, 4
"nt'ANlv d. pooh 4
" Secretary. 4
4 Honolulu, Juli. 10, '07. 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
: TloEWTEtt, i
IMItor livening Ilulletln. In tho
weekly edition or tho livening Unllelln
wo rend: "Pay Teachers Klrst," says
Link, "(let Schools Later." A chuiim
ot -ii) es" arises rroni Puna to tho
farthermost point or Kutuil in Biippnrt
or .Mr. .MtCiudless' remarks under this
"ayes" aro not tho power
Thoy aro something liko tho Ho
brovva In Ilia I.uncl or Kgypt, with
whoso sweat ami blood thu tountiy
wan niiido mighty.
Hut "Wo 1110 III tin ago or ret on.
ot met Ion." Tiuly
Wo must build up tbo country.
The First of the Year'H.F.WJchrnan&CO.,
merchants and all others will want
DLANK DOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKOTANDS, PENS, PCNCIL8, to fit
up your office. We have Just received
d Urge! shipment of OTFICE 8UP
As we are closing out our STOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd I
It Is ever so that some must suffer.
Wo must plant our Tect where wo can
In nnr onwnnl march. Truly.
We 'iniiBt hnvo good school bouses
for tourists lo boo. Wo must liavo nn
expensive Normal School It sounds
well. Wo liavo had through yenrs
our Scclal Teachers, Normal Instruct
ors, Inspectors, Sublnscctors, nnd the
like all very good in their order. A
fine school syBtcm with a small piece
of backbone. How can a country, nn
Individual, n system, bo strong with
out n good backbone?
Aro not tho real teachers those who
teach lessons of truUi and honesty and
moral courage day by day? Aro not
theso tho backbone of the school s)
Yes; of courso they are, and vve'M
see In that by nnd by, and they shall
bo paid, too, when wo get ready Mean
w lillo wo pay n few of the most prom
inent, must of tho true teachers will
work anyway, and tho no account ones
hnvo ns much ns they arc worth, "It
Is to bo deplored of courso that lu
many places tho jouug ones aro grow
lug up In a way that will likely make
Ibem n scourgo to tho country lute
in! Instead of n strength." "What can
wo do?" "Wo must keep tho outside
or the cup and platter presentable."
"Wo must maintain tho Promotion
Committee." "Wo must have good
school houses, and some show schools
to I100111 ns among tourists," "Wo aro
all right. Will bo reconstructed lu 11
few )ears more."
All llio same, three dozen teachers
who know their work and mean In do
It, with sufficient pay to give them 1
tree hand, arc wyrth more than all tbo
Jan. 10, 'ilG.
Hy order of Ills ph)slclans. Hum
Tomllns or flic Stnr staff Is taklns a
ihort vacation to recuperate from the
3t Trillions labors of bis position
A. M. Urown, against whlrli High
Sbcr(ff Henry secured (Judgment In tho
hum ,01 JIOOO with Interest amounting
in" Over $r,oo, has filed an appeal for
II new trial on exceptions,
Judge Do Holt this morning over
ruled tho demurrer of W. C Peacock,
defendant in the action brought by
Henry May & Co., Ltd., anil allowed
llio doiendunt ten da)s In which to
inswer further, i
A Japanese named rujlk.ivva was
given' six months1 In Jail this morning
r.n n elrirgn of vagrancy b) Judge
Whit ne). When nrrcaled nearly tu
Kevs of various kinds, man) of them
iikelelons, wrrc In, his possession.
Tho owning of tho okolchao distil
lery In Kona linsbeeu imstpoiicd Tor
about ton da, .xd. Hie plan of tho
plant, which under tlio law must bo
filed with the Internal Itevciiun Col
lector, docs lint show all tho details le
iiulred. M, II. Wclib was sent to Koti'i
III the Mauna I.0.1 today to picpuru a
proper plan. j
triio trial ot Kalkano, charged with
having had illegal ichitlotis with 1
girl under II vears, was begun lu Judge
Robinson's court this morning, hav
ing btcn iMjstponed from )esteidaj on
account of foui or tho Juiom being
stalled nt Alea by a washout lu tho
mad. The Jury which Is to dedde as
to the guilt or Innocence of Kalkiina
In as follow h lingerie Vcsslo Todd,
Wm. I.. Warieu, Itichnrd Cheatham,
P.cnJ. II Clarke, lldwln K. Keinande.
John K. Clarke, .las, Slelucr, Wm. (1.
Wnlkci C A Yurrirk, Horace N
C'rnbbe, John J (Irccne, Chus. A lion.
$2250 WILL BUY A HOMF..
938 FORT ST.
IF YOU AXE LOOKING
WE WOULD LIKE TO
SHOW YOU A NEW
We have many new Idoas
In DflACLLLTO this year
and AT ALL PRICES.
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER,
12SS FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
8wlng machine! for sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
The Wnlklkl regatln Is not to be held
on Washington's birthday, ns was nt
ftrst projsjsed after it became ncces
sar) lo postpone tho event from New
Year's duy. That was decided upon
)esterday afternoon nt the meeting of
the Promotion Committee.
The l'lornl Parade will lake plate on
that date, as planned. All nrrnngc
nienls for It will be In charge of Wal
ter Dillingham, who has lull authority
lo act and call upon imy others he dc
slrei tojisslst hltn In the work.
On nccount of thcyfnct that there
will be no special lot of excursionists
In the city on February 22 except Mm.
Wclhcrrcd's parly, which Is duo to nr
rive on the Alameda the morning of
tbo 22d, P. !. Wnldron propojeel Hint
the parade, ror this cnr only, be posi
tioned In 11 lattr date when the is
I Angeles excursion will bo here. The
other members or tho committee, how
ever, opposed nny change, on nc count
or the tact that rcbrimry 22 Is known
everywhere as the day Tor Honolulu's
floral parade. It was suggested, how
ever, that Ihcro Is nn necessity of bnv
lug the legatlu on the same day, and
Hie iciininltlce decided In save this
event until some time after Peliruary
2&, on which dato tho I, en Angeles ex
cursion Is duo to nrilve. It Is desired
to have some plan for amusing the vis
itors, nnd the icgatta, It Is thought,
will prove of great interest to them.
J. A. MrCnndlcsH reported that he
had called ll meeting or the Automo
bile Club for this Afternoon, to dlscusi!
tho matter or thu floral ;i.unde and tho
part which llio iiutonioblllstH will lake
In II. '
The Los Angeles 'Agency; Secretary
Wood icportbd. Is now' 'In charge of I
l.lo)d Cbllds, and the iikciic) after this
Ir to be in the Uis Angeles Chamber nf
Commcicc building. A very attractive
exhibit Is to bo Instullcd there.
Ab a special featuio of the promotion
I work in I.01 Angeles, ariangcmeiits
hnvo been made tu give an illustrated
I lecture dally In the auditorium of the
1 Chamber or Commerce building. This
. 111 bo roiuricnced us soon ns the Minis
btr the moving pictures ran be ob
tained, (lood results nrc expected fioni
this feature) of the work, ns the visitors
nt tbo Lou Angeles Chamber of Coin
incrro during tlio winter reason uvcingo
between 1200 and IR00 dally.
Secretary Wood is also in corres
pondence wilb the (Inn of Urd Jfc
Thomas lu regard to having Hawaiian
imstcrs Issued lor mainland advertl--
lug inirnuspx. The secretary has. In
addition, written for Information ri-
g'ardliig 11 number of slcrcnptleou'l
cases lu which Troiii 30 lo 100 views of
Hawaii mil be shown Several nf these,.
It l- proposed, will bo Installed In Ilia
piomnlloii rooms of Honolulu and Uti
Seeri'lary Wood presented the legu
Inr iu counts for Dei ember which vvue
passed Thu total amounted to $7IS. oil
vvlili li $3f.3 vvns for mainland work.
J. A. Morgan icportcd that ho Is hav
ing difficult) In Inducing somo of (he
mere bants to renew their subscriptions
for the promotion work. It will bo
Impossible to scciiie any funds tor tho
pui pose licrorc July I from tho Legis
lature, should that body made an ap
pioprlntluu for tho work, and thn mer
ibatits have piomlsed tu donate only
un to January 1,
The Promotion Committee passed tlio
follow lug resolution In regard to (hu
proposed Pan-Paclllc Commercial Cm
giciis, which will bo forwarded tu
I Washliigtun: ,.
I "Whereas, In Ihcdc'v'elopui'e'nt nf (he
trado of the Purine tho lomnierclal
prestige of our counliy should over bo
borno in mind and 'cverj-effort tcmllii':
to Its advancement encouraged; there
lore, bo It
"Itesolveil. That Iho Hawaii Promo
tion Committco most heartily endorses
Iho plan for a I'an-Padllc Coniinerclnl
Congress as advocated by Honorable
(leoigo It. Carter, Coventor of tho Tor
illory of Hawaii, and In tho further
iciite of (ho plan tho secretary Is here
by authorized and Instructed lo for
waid copies or (Ills resolution to the
.Secretary nr State at Washington, also
lo Honorable J. K. Kitlaiilaiiunle; and
bo It further
"Itcvolvccl, TI1.1t IXdcguto Kelunitina
olo be lecpii'strd In apneal lo Congress
lor an nppiuprladon sufllclent to 011
ublo the Htntti Department lo arrange
(or 11 Convention nf Anicilcun Consuls
lu bo held nt Honolulu."
HOT SENTEk'E GIVEN
Jiulutlio Miguel of Iho Kiikaakn Kit-'
loon, wus r d guilty this afternoon
of hclllns liquor In n minor by Jtidgn
Whitney ami given a linn or $2.r0. This
In th li-iivlcat flno which lias been lui
posed In 11 case of HiIh kind for bnme
llmi) and an njipenl was l.ikcu In tbo
Clicult Court In diio Miguel Is found
rjullty thcio lio Is liable to iciolvo a
piinlslinieiil oven 111010 bovcte
Mcnili;V--ln this city, .bin 11, lOOf.,
to Mi and Mrs. I M. Mcfiievv, n sou.
Tho Kaplolanl Ktato. agalni.t which
Jns I, Holt, Tax At.5ot.tor, has brotisht
bill to nnfurco u lien, flluil Its afi
uv.er jublnriliiy afternoon, It takes
tlio ground that llio Assessor had no
legal uiithotity ror tbo Increase lu tbo
tishcaaeel utluo of tbo piciuIhoh: iiIho
.at tho point has no Jnilsdlctlou In
iho mailer. .
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A man iloesu't often try to convict
l.lmielf or blpimy but tlial Is vvh.it
David Llnunul is IrvliiK to clo, mrorcl
Ins to the Ktaiemeiit niiulu by I.le A
Itlckey this mornlni; In JiicIko l.linl
l.liiauui'K wile Maria IKcolc I.lnnnul,
ilit.'ilnccl'a'rtlvcirce fmiu blni on Dotcin
ber '2 by ilcftitilt. Mnanul, tliriiuKb
bin nttomc,v, .IiicIbc Rear, moveel the
Court that the decree be ct aslile. unci
Ibis uiornliiR tho mattci.vvaH uji for
arRiinieut. Ncllbcr I.lnnnul nor bis
bttiirncy wan present, but Dickey vviik
Ibcie for the wife. Ilo ninths tbo sinte
meut to the court that If I.lu.uiui were
lUcccHsrul In KcttliiK llio decree t.rt
islcle, be vvotitcl be a bli;amlbt, as bo
had married iifjiiln on Derciuber 31.
It Is probable Hint Llnaiiiil fori;ot nil
tibout his little matter In the courts In
thu Jo)h ot stinting married lire npilti
jnd neRlcctcil to tell Ills attorney lu
discontinue the case.
Annie AmcIikIo vvanls the Com t lo
i,et her loose fioni lier husband, Pas
cal AsiIikIo, who, she ki.vh, Iiiih fullcil
In Htipiort her tlnco their inurrluRo,
Hum Tuiik Is ulso tltcd ot tho so
ciety otj.cc San Chin, who Iiiih the
pleiiFniit habit of bcntltiR her and kick
lug her In tho stomach when things
don't go to suit him, and who has not
iliown any great Industry In tho way
or supporting her.
The Chlus.1 Mam llliel matter was
continued befoto .luclpp Dn'c this morn
lng. C.iptaln llugliiud e.au on the
witness stand rll moinlnj ror the II
Icllant. 1Mb tefctlmony was ninlnlj at
lo llic condition of thn weather and tlie
sra dtirlm; the time the Clilttsa wa', on
tho tcet, nnd was vciy favorable lo tin
llitcr-Miind loptpany, vvbl-h is milui;
Cnpt.iln II.iRluinl testified that had
not the liiter-Ishmd steamers Klnau
nnd ICo An lloti nriived to aid tho
steamship when they did, It would,
liavo been Imnowlblo for them to pml
her oft later In Hie day, even with the
PscliUnce or the Mnnnins; and or her
Ilo Btnled that tbo t'liiimit In tho hci
IncieuKcil dining tho dn und was much
htlotiRCi lu tho aftcinoon than It was
In the morning und that the C'hliiin
would have belli uiinblo to Ret her
iincljoru out until ,Uo lu thu day. If
bho vve'ie nblo to jet them out at all
lor n ilav or two f
Cdpt.iln Haeliind was ttlll on the
Hand when Court adjo'imcd until 2
o clock iii ctor.s examination Is pio '
Rickslng this aftcinoon I
The Honolulu Street Railway llenclll
Association g-ivo n iiiohi 1-100.1111110
tluoker IjhL uuiiIiir ut their 'club
luuiso on Deietanl.i stieil.
PHONE MAIN 308.
... . . ;
Th: Same Night Take A
WHAT A DIFFERENCE IN THE
NEXT TO YOUNQ HOTEL.
OPEN ALL NIQHT.
TURKI8H BATH Jl.00
ALL NIGHT t.50
jv .n.sy rJifz iw.' r- r-,
Tbo rimliat with the llonolulii Iron
Worktt which was m.ulo h) the obi
I'oard of HitpcnlKcus at llllo, and was
icpudlati'd by thu Hoard which Just
c.imo llllo ofllce, was o' nioro Innmr
tancu than Is shown hy tho Advortl.
LerV rcKirt, whlrli gives tho flRiuu lit -vc
lived as 12Z,
Impilry m.ido nt the lion Works tu
d.'y elicited the fact that tho contract
was for over 1 12,000 worth of loici
iiirichlnery. Tbo contract was mmlo
It st November, and called for 2 load
oilers and two rock crushers. Tho
Itiii Works accordingly ordered thU
I'tiichlnery from nhio.ul, anil It Is now
cm Its way from tho r.iclor) lu Iho
riiennllmo tho lion Works do not In
lend to keep tho machinery on their
bands, but will endeavor to force Iho
County of Hawaii to keep up to Its
A ffali h Murdl Grns aro progressing
favorably to all concerned
Tho decoration committee will meet
lit the Kllohnna Art League looiux at
3:30 p. m totuoriow. A ronsullatlon
will hu held wllh Mrs. Noonan, chilli
man or the building committee.
IVcoratJcms or tho most elaborate!
order aro being designed under tho
Ininudhtle supervision or Miss ltfeku
"Nolle, whoso oxperlonco wllh such
nmtleis In tho past pluces her wllbout
n ieer. Sho will be assisted In beau
lirlng tho lullioom by Mrs, W. M.
airraid, Mrs. (Jcoigo Ueekloy. Mn.
James ItobcrtEon and Mrs. Cb'.i3, JJlb
No p.ilns will bo spared by them lu
making the Moulin n bovver or bodily
If llnwnlliin plants and blooms count
lor .myllilng In their line.
An effort will be made to completely
"UlpM) Iho Riaiideiir of tho decoia
linns aci'ii at tho llrst M.iltll (ir.is ijlv
cn in iho old drill shed.
1 .U V l a V )( p it jt. jf j( ;i u )f ;t iK.
P HONOLULU WEATHER V
Tempeinluie,- 1. 11 in , 72; 8 u, in.,
72: 10 a. pi 72; noon, 71; morning
Ibiiotui'lei. x .1 in nqti. !,i,..-,.t,,f,.
humidity, s a m., 7012 giaiiis per
cubic fool; lelatlvn humidity, 8 a, ni..
03 pei cent; dew point, 8 a, 111.. i,. "
Wlml-ii a m, velocity 7, cllreitlo-i
E . S a 111, velocity 13, dliectlon E.;
lu a m, veioeitv d, direction S E.',
noon, vclocllv 10. direction 8, K
Rainfall diiilng 21 hotirti ended s 1
in.. .1 1 Inch
Total wind movement during 2t
hoiiiH ended at noon, 213 inftes.
WM, II. STOCKMAN,
Sutluti Ulncioi, U. S. Weather Uttfciti.
Mil l!i MATTERS
MIKE WITH STRIDES