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EVnNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II., WEDNESDAY, JAN lC, 190T.
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ef the circulation, for the week ending
I'rldaj, January lltli, I!"i7. or tho
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Saturday, Jan. 5 2615
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Tuesday, Jan. S 2316
Wednesday, Jan. 9 2372
Thursday, Jan. 10 2353
Friday, Jan. 1i 2328
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I SEAL January, Anno Domini
P. II. IUJHNETTE,
Notarr Public. First Judicial Circuit
JAN It!. 1 1107.
One of the strlkliiK features of e.ulli
fitiakcH mid such Is the c.ikc with which
scientists accouni for them after the
. L I m i p
Opinions on the plans of Japanese
dniKKlsts differ with Individual drui;
1,1ms. Iluslness men some-times meet
to enjoy pink teas., but organization
usually means buulllehs.
Our river and barlxir appropriate n
apteani' to be In splendid condition.
Ds Perfur, niiywhtTc U. S 8.09
t I'd only diinger Is the ancient but ion-
stunt threat of Its liclng Ciinuonlzcd
along with the Hcfiiudlng bill.
Allowing fur the difference In tti iu
Honolulu's stioke of lightning was
x.'lthln biinie hours of being coii...eut
with Kingston's upheaval from below
Doubtless experts on strutooge can
conned the events and collect the
btatcments of enr.clopedlns,
The Manila Alfterlcan dei-orales one
of its San rrnuclsio (tihlegtums with
the following coniiiieu:
"However ui a tort of hi I in to the
careless way In which the weternirs
assert their rights, Honolulu's i;.,vcr
nor has sent a dlsjutch to Washington
that he Is hlghl) In fuvor of tin; n:u-
, ,iirallzuttou of JapaiieMi as citizen of
;tr1he?reriltory of Hawaii."
BCoJncldent'vt'iUi. tfie. stories of high
' .V "','-"--.. , ...tvi.it. i-, jiui:i jiiii,-
, llshes an announcement that the Van
couver shingle mills will shut down
their plants for about six weeks, as the
wiison selected Is one of slack busi
ness. In spile of this home, people
' v-nniler that those forced to buy should
raise un outcry ngaliiBt arbltiaiy In
terference with tlio supply, when the
demnnd Is steadily Increasing.
STREET MONEY SAVED BY
The complaint of Hon. Cecil Drown
tegardlug tlio condition or thu loads
in Kaplolnnl Park and tlio damngu
clone, many of tlio macadamized streets
of the city by the Into heavy lain
brings attention to a thepvy on tlio
care of our County roadways which Is
iidvani'cd by Its sponsors as practical
and theiefoic highly beneficial,
(Would It not be a sound Investment
j-ncl u certain saving of public money
to havu thu road canloneer system ox
tAided to all thu stleuts of thu city?
4Tho Ilulletln nsks the question. It
I utisvvered very positively by not n
lew citizens who bellevo Ihuy know
Himethlng about proper caio of
streets. Thu assumption Is that thu
jilun Is not carried out because of tlio
Increased expense. Hut the advocatuH
claim tlje money saved would foot tlio
additional pay loll ami leave a divi
dend. 'Obsefvaut taxpayers are. very fio
qliently worried by what appeals to be
lack of regard for slight damage or
wear to street maendani. Prompt at
tention would make tlio stieets :u
Kood as now. Tlio small break Is neg
lected and of course thu street bleaks
tip the more speedily.
'Critical comment on this scoro hns
not been confined by any means to thu
present road administration. Thcio Is
K-ns now than In former years. Tlicru
( always room for Impiovomunt, and
II Ih not to be denied that It In easier
and cheaper to riivo n nt reel with the '
stitch ill time" tlniil lo let It pass!
i om lmil lo worse wllh dually tlio
expense of complete new construction I
(.addled on the taxpayers.
The lliilletln Is Informed that tlio.
taiitoneer method of eating for the
streets wan at one time
through the InKirumeiilallty
M.ikiic8, while a member of
1 latin". It w( nt (nil of Hue
. Mot bo-
iiiiim' of lis pi lived fullllio lis an ('III
i kiii wn to keep streets In first-class
The prneiluil condition of nil cut
i (instruction has been thu demand for!
n meat (led of Inoiiej In carry on the'
I..' woik iiecossaiy to keep paco with
tin- expansion of the city. A damaged
stret iIuch not appeal very powerfully
to those In ehargf of load-work, or the j
ini.iter for that mailer, when It Is u
iin miIiui of repair for a fairly i;ood
iii.Klua. or ichciiIiic the resldentH on
'omc new street from a voidable mud-1
lolc If the Hoad Supervisor quits
I'urk on a pew to lenew nil old
loiHlrcsaliiK thai has been washed out
liv Hooding laliis, he Is ceitalli to be.
criticised notwithstanding the utten-1
lion given the toMlrossllig would ndd
ten veurs to thu life of tint street.
.Vol iinfieqiiciltly Increased expend.'
Iiure saves money. This lias been
eemonsirated on many of the streets I
Irealeil with oil. Where the oil was
thoioughly apidied, recent rains made ,
very lliilc Impiehsloii on macailam mid '
gutters iilmosl completely wricked In
torniei- year ilownpourH. TIiu cemetil,
(.'Utter has also ploved to be it money
saver, qtiltu as beneficial as the Hlorin
II) Inaugurating u imlley that will
place repair on u par with new wink
SiiM'rlsors now In rhnrgo of the
streets and lo.uN of this County wilt
llinl the taxpajurx In sympathy with
the mine, and icHitlUt will lend enthu
siasm to the cause.
! W )i II u ; If X l V y )( K f 1( W
!f li it li u k, n if ) if w It X 11 .
Thu llnwallan baud will give u pub
lic concert tonight at Aula I'arl;, loin
mcnclug at 7:;i(l u'cluck. Following Is
Maich "United Flags" (labrlcl
then lire "Ooldeii Waud".l.'iuiendeail
Inlennezo "I'eaceinaker" .... Alford
Seletlou-".MusluiI Itevlew" ..lllvlere
Votal American Snugs, .nr. by Ilerger
Selection "Popular Melodies"... Mills
AIM Wela and Elelle"...ar. by Ilerger
The Star Spangled Ilanner."
Trust Company, Ltd.
has taken over the agency of
The Kilauea Volcano
and Is prepared to,furnlih tickets for
the round trip from Honolulu and re
turn via either Hllo or Honuapc
In this connection It hat opened an
for the benefit of Tourists and others,
nd will gladly supply general Infor.
matlon In this line, or suggest an Itin
erary to any part of the Territory.
Thlt department will be In charge
of Mr. JNO. A. PALMER, who will
endeavor to see that visitors to Ha
waii are shown Its many attractions.
"sRw- 'Honolulu ri.,iii
Real Estate Dep't,JEHLER3
McCully Street $20.
Oeretanla Street $40.
Aloha Lane $18.
King Street $35,
Nuuanu Street $50.
Cor. Pensacola 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 Waterhouse Trust Go,, Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant Sis
IS 5f A K 31 K M X ' K K X A X X X V,
HONOLULU WEATHER W
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U 9. Weather Hureail,
Temperatures li n in , C!t; 8 a. in..
iJ, IU a. in, 71; lKioii, "0; iiioiIiIiik
iiilulmum, no. I
llarometei, 8 a m.. 2J.S I : aluolnle1
liiimldlij. 8 a. in., 7..r.7a (trains per,
cubic foot; iclalhe humidity, s n. m., j
i'.i per lent; dew point. 8 u. in. CI).
Wind fi ii. in., udoclty 2, direction I
!-. ; x u. in , Mdoclty r, direction X. II; j
10 a. in. i-lmlly 2, direction N. W.:
hoou, velocity 7, dliettlou H. W. j
llalurnll dnrliiK 2J hours ended 8 n. !
in.. I.C9 Inch. '
Tulnl wind inoetiient durltiK 21 '
hours ended at noon, 10!l miles. I
Uncle Sam Has
Gond Balance Sheet;
Washington, Jan. I. "There Is no,
a union for alarm. Our anxiety need
i.e lest'we Tall In facilities properly to'
garner, stole, transport and nieet'our!
miilltpllrd blessings, U-t every niiiu
bo or good cheer and try to be c-oii-wrvntlvo
in ever thing except thank
fulness. Secretnry 4of,tho Treasury Shaw!
thus concludes a resume or tho year's
llnaiiclal leeord. In round numbers'
he pluces thu receipts of tu govern-1
ip nt for the calendar uat- ltioc at
S.l,iiW,0(j0 and tho expenditures at
y.V i:,u(H),MH0, or an excess of receipts !
over expenditure! or $59,000,11111). As
thi'ie has been no change In the tariff
i or the laws relating lo Internal
ovtiiuu, Secretary Shaw says thu
laitfe Increase In receipts Is due sole
ly t.) extraordinary trntlu activity. Tho
total expendltiite, however, for I90C, as
rompared with )u3, ho says, shows
n decreaso of only $3,1100,000,
Thu Secietnry says that books of
tl.t Treasury for six months show sur
ihtt receipts over expenditures of $2.,,
OuO.000. as compared with it deficit or
$S,GOO,ooo for the correspoudlmt
i.ioniliH of the previous fiscal year.
The cash In the Tieasury Is $100,000,'
flic .is compared Willi $171,000,000 n
vi-.ie ago. an increase or $10,0011,0011
llu cash iu national banks bnnk i!c
posllnrles Is $ir,9,00i),00l), ns compar
ed with $CS,OOl),000 n year ago, an In
crease or $91,000,000, nm! tho tolal
rash In thu general mud Is $3.16,000,
000, ns against $212,000,000 11 year ago.
Against this cash there are liabilities
at thu present time of $13,000,000 groat
c-r than nt thu same time last year.
Big Cai Balance
Thu available cash Imlnnnn him In.
cieased during thu year $101,000,000.
With tho general fund standing at
$237,000,000, Secretary Shaw remarks
that thu bonds maturing July K 1807,
can lie paid. If It shall ho deemed wlsu,
oml still leave n working balance of
niuio than $120,000,000, or llioy can ho
paid now If holders will accept.
During the last twelvo months, tho
Have YOU been In to see
that great lot of
that we are closing out
We have sold many gar
ments already but there's
They're the same gar
ment that you have been
paying full price for up to
a week or so ago. There's
nothing old or out-of-date
CONTINUES ALL WEEK.
jWhoseSales ARE Sales
The First of the Year!
merchants and all others will want I
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTAND8, PENS, PENCILS, to fit I
up your office. We have Just received '
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are closing out our 8T0CK '
CABINETS same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
ii'nWftf .HiUiiii,! , 'iMf ilftMAfrrViiW:i. Ii.ViBiiv.i.i.iI.i liminifffli .iftWii l'
Colds ami Their Aftei'-Efl'ccts Conquered
Uy the Use oi Pe-ru-na.
Mayor of Scotstown Rccom
mends Peruna for Colds
READ HIS LETTER.
THE first effect of a cold Is a thick
cnlug of the mucous membranes of
the nose and throat.
This gives rise to a dlrcharge, or St
least stufllncss of the nnsal passages.
Hoinetlmet fever accompanies the first
attack, also a feeling of languor, dull
ne and aching of the bouesi
If 110 attention Is paid to II, tho
mucous congestion Is liablo to spread
down Into the larynx, producing hoarse
ness mid into the bronchial tubes, pro
ducing a cough.
Even when this occurs, many people
pay no attention to It.
Under such circumstances, the con
gestion Is liable to become chronic, pro
ducing a condition of the mucous mem
branes known, ascatarrh. Catarrh lasts
an In clu lint te
Is essentially s
Hon and docs not leave except some
thing Is done to relievo It.
What should be done when a person
catches cold Is to taku a few dunes of
Taken at tho onset, Peruna would
break up tho cold and prevent all the
train of symptoms which usually
Hut, oven incases whero tho cold has
been neglected .and hoarseness or a
cougli has developed, Peruna can lie ro
lled upon to give prompt and per
manent relief. '
Tho frequency of coughs and colds In
Canada makes Peruna a popular rem
edy In this country.
A number of tho licit jmiplo in Can
ada liavo given testimonial us to the
value of Puruiin In such case.
Followed Dr. Il.irtinun's Advice
Restored to Health.
Mrs. Hamuelle Vlgucau, Avro uu
Herd, Isle do La Mngdnllnv, Canada,
"I write to tell you that lamperfectly
well, I took only three bottles of your
Peruna according to jour advice nnd
the dlrcctlumtln vour book end It re
stored in v heal I h."
For special directions everyone
should read "The- Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for sale by the following drug-
Secretary contlnis, tho money in un
tual circulation, uxcluslvo or thu
amount in tho treasury vaults, has In
created inoru tluin $200,000,000. Ho
eays tho manifest and admitted short
ago or inniK'y hns been caused by tho
unprecedented prosperity In this coun
try and reasomihlo prosperity every
whero. Thu is-oplo or thu United
States, he declare, consume per cap
Ha morn rood, moro clotlilns, morn of
everything than 'any other people In
tho world, and when prosiiorous they
Import very largely. This, ho usserts,
ii.Vitriilly nicoiiriigea iirdiistiy oveiv
where and unusual business activity
rails for uu unusual amount of actual
money and of credits based on actual
WMw Rullntln JR1 pr vr.
WE CAN SECURE1 YOU A TENANT
FOR YOUR VACANT HOU8E.
Rich and beautiful pieces In
pure gold, 24-kt. fine set with
The Purest Jade
BRACELETS, SCARF PINS
Our Workmanship Excells.
H. F. Wichman & Co.,
J. M.- Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1256 FORT 8T. ner OERETANIA.
Sewing machines for sale,
TEL. MAIN 117. v
OF THEIR DANGER.
C. II. PARKER.
J. II. Parker, Kx-Warden of Compton
Co., Quebec, has 'been mayor of Hcots
town for a number of years. He Is an
Influential resident In HeoUtown and
Ho writes concerning Peruna, ss
I 'I had several attacks of coldi
lrom time to time and finally a
severe attack developed into ca
tarrh. "I was advised to use your cele
brated catarrh remedy, and after
taking three bottles I find myself
completely cured, and I no longer
I suffer from catarrh or colds.
t "I can cheerfully recommend
Peruna for colds and catarrh."
Hhoiihl oii desire special Instructions
relative to tho use of Peruna, address
lir. K. II. llnrtmrii, President or the
llartmau .Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
All correspondence held strictly con
fidential. Diets and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
& Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
HOW RUSSIA DRILLS NEW
St. Petersburg, Dec. 29. Tho Hns-
slnn newspapers lire taking advantage
, of the lecriiitlug bcusun to attack tho
htitpld manner In which reciults nru
trained. This training Is modeled on
thu saving or thu Into General Drago
mlroff that thu duty or a soldier Is to
I.III. not lo think.
Tim (list question now put to all
young soldiers by their company com
inuuiler Is: "What would you do II you
met a .lupuncbo?" Tho answer which
idl recruits know tlmy nro oxpccled
to glvo Is, "Kill him." The following
colloquy Ih' given ns a genuine exam
ple of what often takes placu. Thu
"What would you do ir you mut a
"KIII him, jour Honor."
"And II you met two?"
"KIII them, jour Honor."
"Hut II there wero n bundled?"
"KIII Ilium, jour Honor,"
"One man couldn't kill a hundred.
Sou should answer, 'I would rethu
"I should retlru lionorablj-."
"And K you mot a cow?"
"I should kill her."
"Think, root; why should you kill 11
"I should retlio honorably, yout
"No. You would take the cow by
the horn nnd lend her to the stall."
"Yes, your Honor. I .would lead her
to her stall."
"And ir you mot mo?"
"I should kill jou. your Honor."
"You would kill 1110?"
Thu reciuit turned red, looked stu
pid and, scratching his head, answer
"Yes, your Honor. Kill you first.
then retire) honorably, and lu.nl you lo
DID EVE GIVE ADAM AN APPLE
tv-Vvv Haven (Conn.), Dec. 27, Was
it an apple that 12vo handed to Ad.uu?
Was ll 11 lemon? The American Mod
urn l.anguugeH Asioelatlon met at Yulo
for Its annual session decided that
It was not un ap.nle. 'I ho association
has K.'t libido Saturday morning tn de
tenu I nit whether It wus 11 lemon Unit
ivtis passed from tho hand of the first
woman cutting the expulsion from
the flniileii of Hdeii of the first man.
Protestor Oliver M. Johnson of I.elaud
Hiaufmd I'lilvertUy, Culltoiula, who
has madu u special btudy of tioplcnl
Irults, lias been appointed to lead the
discussion, He Insists tTiat It was not
an apple and .Inclines to the opinion
mat it was a mine slgulllcaiit milt
He mild tonight:
ninns books of all sons leJpcrs,
etc., uianufacturod by the lluUstln Pub
CREAM PURE RYE
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IMfORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS.
Tho farewell tecenllon given tho
jtwo Pniillst Missionaries, ltcvs. W'y
man and Stark, last night at St. l.ouh
I College was largely attended, A flnu
musical piogram had been arranged
and this, with tho nddrusses of thu
two divines, madu thu evening most
Kather U'yinan in his address, after
dwelling on lliji bounty of Hawaii and
un peoples uospiiaiiiy, sum 111 part:
"I wish tn thank uvery onovVhosu
services have been given us; and es
pecially thu rupicsentallvoK or tlio
press, who havu heated us iniigulfi.
"Tliu"iiiitleos tn tho papers telling of
this reception said I would tell how
1 traveled from 'Plymouth Hock lo
Peter's ltock.' That Is 11 lonir fntirnnv
Mid if I make It tonight necessarily
it must be (liine by leaps nnd bounds.
"When I was In Urown's University
preparing lor thu PrutcBtunt ministry
one oi tho professors In one or his
lectures said, 'In tho firth century tlio
Popu or the Ilonmn Church was uni
versally recognized as thu Vlcur or
Christ.' That lodged 11 query l my
mind that began thu Journej."
Tho R-ilhor flimi utint-Hv ti.mu..l
niuio books ho lead and 'studied Jhat
concluded Ills change or farTh from
Protestantism to Catholicism. After
ward ho told of-some or Ids .expel I-
I tlP.lU IL'tlMtl Vlollt.ltr Llu l,r.....T I.. f
......... ........ ......,. ,,, 111, mil III.illUB-
uachiisctts, niter lui had talcoii holy
orders and wax ordained a nrlest.
Which amused Ills lienreru 'llu et.ti.
eluded with soniu remarks1 cin "right
believing nnd right living." ,
I'atlier Sturk In mi eloquentlydu
llvered address held tho Interenl nf
Ids hearers steadfast. Hu extolled tho
virtues or Hawaii and told how when
u small boy ho was tired with n wish
lo visit this land. This wish hud been
gratified mid tils visit hero had In
creased thu high opinion ho had early
In life formed or the people here.
"Coming to this country.-that cau
bo called a religious landyjaud, thu.
land oi annexation or u'gicuT coun
try that Is two-thirds irreligious, it Is
Ho concluded with an exhortation
lor tno members or thu church to pat
tern their lives nfter those of ih,.
early church fathers heie, ami with
the prophecy that It they did so "In
lfly years thu Islands would become
catholic in religion."
Dlshop Libert made tho' final ad
dress of the ovenlng in which ho bid
I'cllou to the visiting lathers.
Father I'rancls did himself proud
on tho musical selections for tho or
cnBlou. Tlio program follows:
Orcliestru. "March from Midsummer
Night's Dream" .... Mendelssohn
Chorus and Orchestra, "fllnry IIo to
Kemnrks by Father Wynian.
Soprano Solo, "Tears of Christ"...
Clyde lialclwlii and Walter. (lough.
Oichcstrn Intermezzo, "Popples" ..
Solo, "Thu Hells of Suvlllo"....Judu
Kemnrks by Father 'Btark.
Orchestra, "(Irand Corlc-go"..CIappu
Chorus and Oichestru, "Awako" ..
Itemarks by Dlshop Libert.
Finale, "Undo Sam's Favorite"
Tlio Garden Island of .Inn. 14 pub
llshes ho following editorial oxplann
A COlnlitlliitlnii fif nl,,.M,tialiiiiitu ,,.
vented tlio (Inrden Island from reach- !
lug' Its readers Inst week. One of 1
thosu accidents that will occur at the
iiiosl'liiopiiortinio niomunts happened
to thu pi ess. Such things havu taken
placu before and would probably not
have Inleifereil wllb tbx Imum nr tlm
pupur had It como singly, Thu fact
Hint lit., tiflii, l,., ,.fT1n.. ...... I. ..!... .....
til to Its uuw' quarters had something
to do with the plllkla, but by rar tin;
worst obstuclo tn tho appearance of
tho usual amount of brain food was
tho Impossibility of obtaining mechan
ics. Tho storm vvhtch'has been vlsl (
lug Kuual moro or less for tlueu
weeks ought also to staiid for some
of thu blame.
All or these, troubles with thu ex
ception or thu ralu uro now oveicome
end tho nailer will como to lit: usimi
! duo stylo In the fiitine, so have ovei-
kigiit with thu disappointment of liibt
The Weukly Edition ortno Evening
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the newE of tke diy, For gl a yttr.
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This machine MAKES fence
from 1 to 5, ft. high with 1 to 12
In. mesh with a breaking strain
of over 25.0CO lbs. at a cost of
50c and up per rod, being Horse
high, Bull-strong, Plgtlghl,
Chicken and Mongoose Proof,
Catalogues on application.
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1048-50 ALAKEA ST.
Phone Blue 1801. p. O, Box G42.
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