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j '4 ; nvnNiN BUU.hriN. Honolulu, t il. Monday, .ian, 21. mo:.
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M lalklllllU "UkLL I 111 I,,,,, troinelidoin losses of rniiltnl In Ing from past experience, Dock In lha 11111111 Willi uULIil
K Published Kvcry Day Except SuDday, l,, destruction of San Francisco nnd banner of Mr. Hrynn or possibly Mr. v,vvl' villi VVLLII
BJ; it lzu King Street. Honolulu, w iue loss nwiiu calamity ni vatpa iionrsl rllUl linfUVrlVTIl
M T, It., by tho ralso, anil at Its close we hao famlnu "1 take It, however, that Inqulr) n rlHrl UullllrlI
Ml ,.r-rrM ..n. .cum n . ' Cllnn Ik-,' nl ,,ie ",r'' , 'lo a Klltlcal crisis relates to olhe.r I ll,l!,rl X WAX I II I I
P --, I IH . WUWIUIIIHU WVMf Ul
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.. Editor
Payable in Advanst.
Per month, nnvwnnrn In 11. S..1 .75
Pcrnuarter. anywhero In U. S.. 2.00
Per ear, anywhere U. S 8.00'
Per year, postpaid, rorclgn
SIxnionths $ .60
Poryenr, anywhere In U. S....'. 1,00
Per) ear, postpaid, forclRn
Territory of Hawaii, )
Pint Judicial Circuit. ).
C. O llOCKl'S, ltiislness Manager
of the Ilullctlu Publishing Company,
Limited. being llrst duly sworn, on
oath deposes nnd says: That the fol
lowing Is a true and correct stntement
of the circulation, for the week ending
Friday, January IStli, 1W. of the
Dally and Weekly lMIUons of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 12 2612
Monday. Jan. 14 2302
Tuesday, Jan. 15 2412
Wednesday, Jan. 16 2336
Thursday, Jan. 17 2378
Friday, Jan. 18 2410
Average dally circulation 2431
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tueiday, Jan. 15th, 1907 2507
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii , 1103
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . . . -IJKJS
UUM.UTIN PUHMSIIINO CO., LTD.
by C. (3. HOCK US,
Subscribed nnd sworn to ba-
fur,' me this truli iln of
ISCAI-I .lanu.ir. Annu Domini
p. h. nuitNinrrc,
Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit
IAN 21. I'lOT.
The iii.iii who cuts down department
estimates is the Individual who entries
responillillln for the future.
It Is now il.ilmed the Tob.iieo Trust
will ae f I 'II n gallon throiigli the
"farmers" denaiitred nleo'iol law. Tlili
iua mean millions to tho Trust, but
wluil of It, If the fanner aim save his
share of expense.
L." Tenney Peik lis chairman of tlu
illlemt' committee on education, uiu
Mini no better place to gain Knowledgt
,iunl do effective work for the public
school:), than as u member or the Com
mission of I'uhlli Infirm (Ion
As Honolulu knows Admiral Dob
Hv.iiik nnd l iiniiiiiuiiliited with the
Covernoi of Ininalia. Its smputh!es
will be with the man who sought to
lender n.lit.incc In time of sttess, but
whs checked, bv nn apparetillv ollleloiis
Money prmlded Tor u eontlniious
iniiwiillii iiiiiip,ilgu will be one of the
best forms of ItiBiirnnia In which this
Tcirltory can Invest. Closer lelntioms
j nun .Mexico win onug no danger, it
' Kntcrcd at the Postofflce at Hono-
E nolulu ns second cIam matter.
Ek' Punlnn nullottn I
' the proper safeguards are arranged In
, "All advertising Is good, but for
ijulek results, lake the newspaper evei
time." i:, H Thomas Motor Con.iii.ui.
Hero is a conclusion leached after in
expcrlrme with nil sorts or ndvertls
Inc mediums It is u repetition of busl-
ness hlstorj which every business man
. thoulil paste in his hat
THE WORLD'S TIGHT MONEY
Predictions of nn Industrial crisis In
tho United States nnd a bleak In tho
itnpurnlleled ptospcrlty nro frpely1
made. h certain llnauclers In nn en
denvor to nicoimt for tho present pici
biiui for money lii tho great llnanelal
iiinrketB. Others admit the danger nn'i
tlalm that tho monsters of finance nro
loaning iiji ino American piiiiilc- wltli a
'mass of watereil mid worthless Mock,
nnd nro.therefore solely responsible for
the shortage or funds which In causing
Americans to p.i ns high at. rourteen
per cent, for loans In the lindon
A review of tho opinion of Henry!
ijiowb was given III these in limns u
t- foiV daB ago. lie attributes tho condi
tion lei oicr-spcculiitlon
Another statement properly plain I
nuuoiiE the export mvlews Is that of
etiiyvesant Fish, published in tho Now
Veirk .lonrnicl tt e-tntim, ,.. nA ,r ,l...
, . - " " -".., H. W,, ,.. w, t,U ,, ,111,
y fluuncliil authoiitles of the coimtiy.
Fish, It win bo rcmombeicd, was in-
' cotitly ousted fiom tho maiiugetiient of
tho Illinois Oiitinl In- Dm Haul.
nmn IntorcstH. Ho goes further nlloid
than Clews, and deals with world-
,, miiu iiiiuiirnii coucinious,
Fish saik or tho outlook
"Despite the unprecedented output'
cf gold, monoy Is dear the wotld ovoi. !
unci ucur ocuiuto or nigh prices unci
activity In tijdo Nor are other
causes for dear monoy wanting, Orcnt
Britain has not fully inudo up Its loss
es. In tho Doer war, Japan and Itussln,
h, particularly tho Inttor, Imio scarcely
begun to recover fiom tho effects of
their rccont war. Indeed, It would
'VJook us If llussla had not fully financed
'LAliotcnst theteof, nnd may bo on tho
icrgo of civil war.
"Within tho past year there havo
1'in troinelidoin losses of capital In
llio destruction of San Francisco and
In the loan awful calamity nt Valpa
ralso, and at Its close we hao famlnu "1 take It, however, that Inqulr) n
In China Looked at the world oer,'to a wildcat crisis relates to other
the volume of the crois of 190(1 wns
" " '" ticspuu uiu pnu-
i iiuiiitMiiii jiuiii in uiu uniieii amies,
Prices of commodities arc above tho
1 1 ornial nnd rising 'Labor all over tho
world Is donier than over before, and
tho teiidoncy Is townrd higher wages
nnd shorter hours, conditions which
aie economically wasteful as regardsnced of such a reformation tne public.
er their effect may bt
"ii tho tailoring class.
TurnliiR now to our country. Now
York, especlall.v that part of it known
lis 'Wall Sheet.' has nbsorbed, and
Is absorbing, more than Its share of
111, In.imihlo flltlila Wlllln nut Wfttt-
rrn nnd Southern banks Indeed nil
'I linnks which ale "out of town to New
iork are leiulliiR more freely thiin
uiii.il ut this season, that which they
1 lend bi ltiHtnntl and persistently nb-
orbed bv Wall Street.
The New York Stock KxchniiRo ha
reused to be a freo market, wheru
l)Urrs and sellers fix priced through
the clil) nnd How of demand nnd sup.
pl, and has become the plaj thing of
u fow managers of cliques mid pools to
tucli nn extent that for months past
cver nnnoiincement of Increased illvl-'
ileiiils, of stock illstrlbutlons and of
IlKht has been met by u fnll In prices. S
"The Invest lug public are nnd ro-
main out of the market, not because of p X X A W Kit V x KX V X X
enturoH In Induslrlnls, In electric rail-1 , X
wns or In Hiibiirban real estate tho W HONOLULU WEATHER X
speculation In each of which was I ' . K
fli eked months agev nor ct because XitXlfXXJOfXW HAKI' w"S x it
of the more recently pricked bubble in j i 'I .laniinry 21.
mining shares, but simply becnuso of1 Temperatures R a in., 71. S a. in.,
tbu distrust which oven thoso poscssod!7'! 10 " .ltt iiiii. 75;' iiKirnliiK
of iimiilu means have of the methods
of corpori' flnnnce now In voguo In
New York. Thai Hiiropo shares this
distriisl of those methods Is shown by
Its outcry against the misuse of Amer-
lean llnaneo bills
"Tlie situation In Uindon, the" only
available Tree gold market In Humpc,
Is 1 no means certain, even If It may
not bo called critical A six per eeiil.
bank rato has never before prevailed
fur so long n time, and It continues to
niovnll chiefly. If not solely. throiiRh i
fnr In London iir what America may
do While It may contribute to our '
I'.atlnual vanity as u 'world power,'
nnd as a flnanclnl centre to feel thut
Loudon fears us, that does not Incrensu
confidence In our own future. Kurope
holds vastly moro of our securities
than wo hold of all foreign securities.
"In so far as out political parties.
llcpiihllcun and Democratic, nro con-
rerned, no crisis can arise before tho
Presidential contest of 190S. Hut If In
the meanwhile wo wero to have nn Iti -
ilustrlnl crisis, accomp.inlcil by general
Leaving Honolulu by 8. H. "KINAD"
.Tuesday, Jan, 22nd, and icitmnlng by
S S. "MAl'NA LOA" Tuesday, .Ian
29lh. Making tliu entlro circuit or Ha
This trlii offers special advantages
as the sle.imer sails along tho llama
ktia and Illlo coast In tho day-tlmo.
equaling In beauty a trip up tho 1 1 ml
M.n. Arriving nt llllo at noon, Wed
I esdny, tho night Is spent at a comfort-
rblo hotel; Thursday morning tho Jour-1
bey Is lesumed by train and stage, up
living ut tho Volcano, which Is now
t'ctlve, at 11 o'clock. Two and u half
i!iis may bo Hxjnt sight-seeing ut Ki-
luuea nnd vicinity. Lenvlng tho Vol
I cam) IIouso Sunday luoinlug ami tak
'lug tho steamer "MA UNA LOA" at
Iliiniinpo ut 1 o'clock, tho vessel pasBos
close to tho Kan and Knnn coast, glv
lug a flue opportunity to witness tho
present lava streams flow lug from tho
side of the mountain. Visitors pro
t.oimce this eruption to bo tho grand
est sight Imaginable.
The special rate for this trip Is $51.00
Should thcio bo sufficient bookings
for this Dip, u special agent will uc
company tho party
For Information and tlckelH apply to
Real Estate Dep't,
Limalilo Street .
McCully Street . .
Emma Street , , .
Young Street , .
I Aloha Lane $18.00
i . . . .
Aloha Lane $15.00
Beretanla Street $16.00
King Street $30.00
V7!5S- " -
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Kinau Street $40.00
Klnau Street $30.00
Matlock Avenue $35.00
King Street $30.00
Hen.) Watorhouse Trust i Go,. Ltd,,
Corner Fort au) Merchant Sts
r ,.-... .-.. , . Afas tc . . . lfiiM ji
ttnguntlon and discontent, the imem
plojod and discontented would, Judg
Ing from past experience, flock to tho
banner of Mr. llryan or possibly Mr.
.matters, and In that sense n political
crisis is line nnti i inniK coming on
"inticcn, u o?m to mo (nnl wo at-
'toady are embarked on a long needed
nral financial reformation which.
like tho lellglnus information of the
Middle Arcs, will throtiRh much erne!'
,ly work out Rood III the end. To the
i are fully awake." '
X jf i ) w x K V X X X 5C K X V X
u , if jf n , t rf x w tt v jr m it
The Hawaiian band will rIvp n puli
lie moonlight concert nt Kin inn Square,
at 7 .10 this ctcnlng, plnlng this pro
March "Toklo" (new) Peliri
Overtuio "Jiinnltn" 8uppi
March "Prosit" (new) . . . Kunottl
Selection "The lnnlmrdlnns" ..Verdi
Vocal Aiuerlcnti Sours.. nr. by IlerRcr
March "The Isle of Uive" (new)
Wnllr "Artist l.lfc" ,. StrniiM
I Inale "Swastika" Ilmby
"The Star Spangled Iliiuncr.'
Ilnrometer, 8 a. m , .10.ni); nbsoluto
humidity, 8 ii. in,, UMJ grains per.
uihlc foot; iclatlve huuiMlty. 8 a. in,
J n per cenlj dew ixilnl, s a, in.. 5,
Wind fi it. in, cloilty 1, illiectlon
X. i:.; K a in., velocity I, direction N.
I:.; 10 n. m , velocity .1, dlrertlon N. I! ;
noon, velocity 8, direction 8 V.
Knlufnl! during 24 hours ended 8 u.
in., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
" ended at noonoi miles,
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather llureaii.
JiiiIro Mmlsn) today granted the
motion of Attorney ltawllus to dismlM
lor lack of prosecution tho case ol
Pong qiinno versus One Ten Wo. It
was an assmmpslt matter.
Judgo Lindsay today refused to nl
ow ''-' motion of Judge Stanley mid
'- " M. llobertson for atlorucjs' fees
' '" " "i0 " J. M. Dowsett, on tho
I ground thut the Court has no ilglit to
i allow them.
I lie, action or Tax Assesor Holt ver
ms Sarah M. Angus unit the Knplolaul
l.st.itc came up liefore Judge LlndBii
this morning and went by ilc'iiult, the
dcfemlnnts not appearing. The mat
ter Is cl for tomoriow.
Have YOU been In to tee
that great lot of
that we' are closing out
at su'i'l, '
We have told many gar
ments already but there'
They're the umo gar
ment that you have been
paying full price for up to
a week or so ago. There's
nothlrjg old or out-of-date
CONTINUES ALL WEEK.
WhoseSales ARE Sales
Territory Brings Suit
In Court To Clear
Attorney Uencrnl Peters today filed
an action In the Circuit Court to re
move the cloud from the title to the
(Jticeti Linnin property at Kauknhnla
en Nuuanu nveuiic. The defendants In
(he action nro the Hlshop Kstnto trim
Ices. Tho nutter Is purely a tethnlent
tne und It Is understood that thcie will
be no defense! made by the defendant.
The property In question was nc
ciuiled by Hawaii from Keonn Am,
ulhcrwltc known as John Young. Theie
In still on record against the pfopcily
ti mortgage executed li Keonn Aim
Apill 2., 18-1CJ. In favor of loana II,
guaidlan or John Klnau Pitt l,clclohu
Kit lo secure payment or a promissory
not a ror $"00o. The mortgage was pal 1
long ago, back In 1SJ3, but Is still on
'lecord. never having licen cancelled
or tlisclfnrRPil, In any case. It and tho
note are outlawed long since, under Uiu
laws or the Territory In regnrd to lim
itation of actions
It is In retnoie this cloud on the llllo
'hnl the present action Is brought by
The proiiorty in ciucstloii was left to
IJiieeu nininii by Ana, and rmm her
was transmitted to Prlncesi Until, deg
ifiidliiR flnnlly to Iteinlcc P. Hlshop.
The trustees or the Hlshop Hstute,
against whom the action It brought,
are .1. o. Curler. W O Smith, S. M.
n.iinon, Atrre-I W Carter and II Faxon
Tho'ciiung Wall. Lodge No. 1. K. of
P, held their Installation of nltlrorn
on Saturday night. After tho ceremo
nies had been completed a banquet
was served which was followed by
tpeccjicj from tho now officers. Tho
festivities of the evening were closed
by a cjmlest,, lu qhliuso jclvess. In
Hlib'ijviiiift'in Y Kwal Pong 'proved
In be tho victor. The ofUccrs wero In
Jtalle)dlJ(i I). 8C. Chang Kim.
Tho list of officers Is as follows:
C. C. Yap See fining; V. C, K.
H. Konc, Prefate? Wong Kim Cluing;
P. C. .M. of V. II. K. Rhntiir, M.
of F..' Chong F,.S(iiK. M. or K.. O.
L. ,ll, .,1 111 .If , II, 4111 rutin; I.
O., Chlng Alnl; 9. (1., J. Gimi Klin.
S. Tnnnka, principal or a Japanese
orjdian school nt Mollllitl, near tho
junction of lleretnnln nnd King stieet
extension Is now- In consultation with
some prominent Jnp.iucho and other
friends relatlvo to tho erection of a
bonidlug school with 11 Inciter iiieom
modutlou ror the children, The build
lug in which tho children arc laied ror
at present Is too small to nnt-v.er tlit
purpose. There are three buildings
now on the premises. Ono Is used for
the school, the other for n dormltoiy
und tho last Is a chapel The Institu
tion Is run entlrcl at -the expense cif"
S. Tnnuka for'lhe purpose of e.irlng M
orphans or ihlldien whose parents
work all day. The children aveiagc
Jiom two to four years of ago and nro
very courteous nnd respectful. Tho
Bchnol commented with nbout four
children und has now Increased to for-
FURNI8HED HOUSE AT WAIKIKI,
NICE BEACH FOR BATHING.
Rich and biautiful pieces In
pure gold, 24-kt. Una set with
The Purest Jade
BRACELETS, SCARF PIH3
Our Workmanship Exeells.
H. F. Wichman & Co.,'
ty. Ilesldes their regular meals, the
children are given nt Int'-rvnls 'soiiu
candles, peanuts and komctlnies trults.
While they arc very oung, the prin
cipal gives them a lesson In cultiva
tion. They innkc their own vegetable
gardens, from which the..' fomellnict
get their supplies. The blggcU pin
In the crowd looks after the lit t Ic .(Ills
In the absence of the teachers. Dur
ing the recent stormy wenthcr four of
the children were' taken III itnd tho
teachers rented b, separate building In'
which the sick .jcrc treated until re
covered. 8. TaJasa Is now pltmnliu
to erect n new building nnd m.t! lep
nratc apartments for tho Isiys nnd
Rlrls. The cost of n new balding Is
not known, but the contractor who has
prepared the plans will be ready to
submit his rcKrt In n few dai. Shu.ld
tho amount exceed that which S. T.i
naka already has on hand, he will Uien
prepare for n concert to gain inoic
if up m
The ti till or I ho f,8 Cblncso Ramblers
gathered In ns n result of a raid of
tliu last Orand Jury wns begun thU
morning In Judgo Itoblnsnn's court.
having come up on uppcnl trem tliu
judgment or tho District Court. Thcro
wero so many or tho Chinese that they
filled every foot of space In tho cou"
room In which they could squeeze, nnd
then overflowed eiut In to corrldorn
Additional bunches had to bo brought
in from other rooms, and still they
couldn't nil, gut scats.
GHLIIS4 HU CASE
It Is oxK-cted that tho Chlusa Marti
libel ciiso will bo concluded today In
Judge Dole's court. Tho llbcllecs hois
to get through today, they state. In
any case. JiiiIro Dolo will not sK;nd
any further time on tho matter, ns ho
nas other cases which will have to bo
attended to. If tho case extends be
yond this afternoon, It will havo to
be heard by tliu United 8tntes Com
QUEEN ENJOYS PUFF
Umdoii, Dec. 22. Queen Aloxandin
has popularized smoking In English
se.clety. During tliu cntro-nctes on her
fiequcnt visits to the opera Her Maj
esty smokes a clgnreltr In the ante
room adjoining her box, mid doubtless
she similarly enjoys an nftor-rilnuor
rlgaretto at homo. v
The cosmopolitan habit of smoking
which, Kngllsh society women have,
now taken up has made great changes
in soclnl customs.
Men who smoko am not, ns former
ly, banished with their cigars to tho
smoking or billiard rooms, but aio al
lowed to smoko oven in tho drawing
room. Women now smoko dainty
Kcented cigarettes unite naturally at
tho bridge table, and cigarettes nro
even handed round nt afternoon tea.
Although some aristocratic houses
still regard tho smoking of women
with horror. It Is evident that tho
cdoption of tho clgnrottu has created
a spirit of camaraderie between tho
foxes und weaned men from the at
(taction of a different sort of women.
This Is ono good effect of an Innova
tion which on tho fnco or It Is far
Colt like jx iouug-rl. tho othor day
when she rucolved m'kuvcro lectuio
front her mother. 'Qu'ocn Alexandra.
The trouble uroso through Norway's
fjiieen uppearlng ut tho Illtz Hotel Toi
a charity function wearing a real 0
prey feather In her lint."
The wearing or osproy feathers has
long been denounced by tho Queen,
who wears Imitation plumes so thnt
wild blnls need not be slaughtered to
trim her toques.
Unfortunately for Queen Maud a
lady belonging to tho Society ror tho
Protection, or Wild nirds was present
at tho function and Immediately "spol
tud" tho offending plunio. 8I10 a onco
wrolo to tho Queen's secretary about
It. with tho result that Queen Maud
received ti lecturo and has not been
seen wearing an ospicy foalher since.
WALKING AROUND THE WORLD
New York, Dee. 27. Anton Harallan,
who started em Sept. 12, 1000, lo walk
S3,ono miles In soveu years on a wngur
of 110,000, has arrived lu Now York
pushing, his wlfo ami daughter In n
peculiar trlcyclo or his own construc
tion, Ho will remain hero ror two days
and then will sail ror Genoa und Irom
there will tako passage to Sydnoy, Aus
tralia. From that point llarsltan wilt
begin his last and longobt Journey
moot. Ho will walk to Melbourne,
ridding tho trlcyclo nnd on his arrival
will rest ror a day or two and Inko
a stoamsVp tor Hongkong,
His long overland Journey to Vladi
vostok will rollow. Ho hopos to ieac.li
that point In tho spring und begin lilh
trip through Siberia shortly atlor Khs
t'T Ills ultlmatu destination Is Vien
na, ami to win the pilzo ho must reach
tliu Austrian capital on Sept. 12 next,
The Kins of Italy, whoso fondness
for music Is well known, is presum
ably tho first prlnco of tho houso of
Savoy who has taken nn interest In
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
902404 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALER8 IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS
LIST OF OLD
Another slice for tho hungry Demo
cratic voters vvai carved off tho county
1 oast toda). Sheriff laukea announced
lo ten police officers that they woind
bo replaced 011 February 1 with the
same number of Rood nnd hard voting
Democrnts. The niinouncemcnt wua
made In such tcrmi as to show that the
move wn.i simply a lKilltirnl one and
that It wns really necessary
The SherllT was nartlrular lo stale
that the men were not being let out
becnuso they had neglected their duty
or for any other reason or this kind.
Ho stated that there were so many
Democrats who had worked hard dur
ing the campaign Hint It was Impos
sible to keep these omccrs on the foieo
nnd that they would hnve to go. Ho
laid that they wero given this notice
111 order that they might llud other
positions lr possible.
The following officers were notified
today, tho notice to take effect Feb. 1:
4 James Ktillke,
C. A. nishaw,
LYMAN ENTERS RACE
W. K. I.ynian of llllo Is another ap
plicant for tlicilHUsltton.us clerk of tho
Senate, Tor which Harry Murray and
Ilcrnnrd KclckoIlo.Hho Iloy Orator, aio
also candidates. It Is said that the
legislators from Hawaii havo expressed
llio rcelliiR that tho dcslrablo Jobs,
which come with (ho session, should
not all go to Honolulu men, und thai
tho other Islands should 11 1 km lmvn !
show nt them. For this reason I,mun
may nave a very good chance.
The Democrats will Issue the "Coun
ty Ilcncpn," a weekly, during the threo
months heroic nnd durliiR the Legisla
ture, to support Democratic members.
Tho llrst Issue will appear next Satur
day. A commlttco Is In charge or tho
Judge Lindsay ordered this morning
that letters or administration or tho
ostato or Mary Ann I'a Ibsuo to W. It.
Oistlc. Ills bond wns fixed at $S00o.
" J008 THE STRATOOOI8T X
Kindly allow us to loir thn ,.n.u- ,ir
Bystander or 20th Inst., and gently call
to his notice that his very first sou
tenco Is from the Kcriiitiimu inn h
well knows) und that ho has omitted
tho quotation marks, 11 law as unalter
able as, that of "tho Persians and
Modes that altereth not," In tho quot
ing from Holy Writ
It matters not 111- wind vni-.irv nt
tho uninspired mind the foim itmii u
change, tho substance (tho subject-
manor) is tncro, and, duo rovcronco
must bo observed and conformed to. In
every Instance Tho best, tho ven
ereum ot writers milium utrlellv (In
tho letter) to this most proper and
ANNK M. PHKSCOTT.
JAPANESE HAVE WAR DRILL
It Is reported by Mr. Hodgwm, who
lives at Kapahulti, thut a larpc nunibor
or Japanese met on tho grado back ol
Cump McKlulcy yestcrduy, and, wlUi
sticks for guns, wont through a war
Marching and countcrniai chlng over
tho ground, nnd rushing for cover nt a
given signal, with all tho regularity ot
trnlned Hoops." All of tho tactics ot
war wero carried out to a letter, ortm
to tho formation of a sham battle. In
lormatlon Iiiib been received that such
gatherings have happened out Kalmukl
way some weeks buck, but could not
bo cc) tilled,
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
Honolulu, T. II., 19 Jan., 1007.
Tho following ntTocts the List of
Lights, Uuoys and Daymarks lu tho
Twelfth Lighthouse Siib'dlstrict, 1906.
Hawaii. I'earl Harbor, Oahu Island,
page 14: Entrance Buoy No. I, led,
becond claim nun, bUR shitted about ISO
feot to tho southward of Its cot reel po
sition. This buoy will bo replaced mi
soon as practicable.
Ily Older of llio Lighthouse Board.
J. F, CAIITUII.
Open Letter From
Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool
Many of the Companies which nt
tho memorable meeting of Juno 12th
voted In favor of n horizontal deduc
tion ot "not less than 25'7o," liave, ns
wo predicted, found It Impossible to
setllo their San Francisco looses on
that basis and have been forced,
though reluctantly, to pay consider
nblo morethan nn'nvcrngif nr'"i of
their claims. Some which voted to
ndjust every claim on Its merits nnd
J pay the samo "Dollar for Dollar."
have fallen away from Hint high nnd
1 correct standard and have submitted
their policy holders to shnip dediic-
, lions from adjusted claims. Olhers,
, while paying In full have, lit accord
rnco with Fasten! usage, exarted 11
cash discount In licit of sixty days'
time In which to mnku payment.
The "ROYAL" has paid every
claim as toon as the amount of loss
has been agreed upon with the assur
ed, In full, In cash, without a cent of
discount. Comparatively few compa
nies have pursued ns broad and ns lib
era! a course.
Wo havo refrained from cimimeiillng
upon tho conduct of any Individual
company, believing It better to extol
tho virtues of our own. Tho MOVAI,
IN8UIUNCE COMPANY of Liverpool
has paid to date 2.3R9 claims, aggre
gating 15,850,035.88. Wo havo remain
Ing but u fow unsettled losses, nnd
these nro chiefly awaiting nuthorlra
Hon or claimants abroad, probato pio
ceodlngs, or further Investigation as
to actual amount ot flro loss.
Tho "UOYAh" continues to bo thn
lending Klrri Insurance Company ot
tho world. Its annual Income Is over
$15,000,M0. Its San Francisco gross
losses were not very much more than
cue-third of ono year's premiums, and
Its surplus, after all losses are paid,
will exceed tho burplus of any other
Company In llio world. .
It has been building up Its reserves
for years against Just such 11 disaster
ns came to San Francisco and was
therefore nblo to meet Its grent lossos
ltuc(iuanlmlty. u will eontlnuo to
pursue tho oven tenor of Its way and
will doubtless bo moro popular than
Y6u aro perfectly safe In putting
your business In tho " ROYAL," know.
Ing that it will under all clrciim
fctaafes he ablu to fully and promptly
meot Its contracts and thnt It will not
resort to nny quibbles or shifty pro
tenses to avoid Its obligations. Npw
Is tho time to mnku uso ot your op-
' Thcro Is no eluding tho Issue; thcro
nro "Dollar ror Dollar" Companies;
there uro " Slx-blttrrs " and thoro aro
I " Wolchcrs." Thcro nro also Compv
riles strong, and Companies weak,
I No Company can offer a belter pol
icy than tho "ROYAL," fow as good.
Manager Pacific Coast Department.
WM. O. IRWIN & CO., LTD .
Agents for tho Territory of Hawaii.
The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOK8, CALENDAR PADS,
INK8TAND8, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have Juet received
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. At we are eloiing out our STOCK
CABINETS tame will be told at cost
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRHR.
1285 FORT 8T. near BCFIKTANIA.
Sewing machines for tle.
TEL. MAIN 117.
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
tab Hotel St. Phone Blue 1411,
Tho average slzo of n laborer's fain
ll III F.uglaiid nnd lite United HlnteH h
Ihreo porsons; In (lormany, llvo per-
J-.tit., A. Jh
1 1 .'i w jhAg si"1! k. im.4.1.
Flno Job Printing at the Bulletin,
l.loutonaiit-Coiudr., U, S. N.