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EvnNiwi nuu.nriN, Honolulu, t h , tue3day, jan. 22, ioot
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Circulation of evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 12 2C12
Monday, Jan. 14 2392
Tuesday, Jan. 15 '. 2412
Wednesday, Jan. 10 :..:.236G
Thursday, Jan. 17 '. .".".... 23.78
Friday, Jan. 18 2410
Average dally circulation 2431
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Tuesday, Jan. 15th, 1907 2507
Number of weeklies delivered on
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t) (Joverntneiit by trjltig to determine
how much It can gtirxlxo.
Activity lu the Kllanca pit l miotic
cr evidence that the volcanoes nro
following the regular siheilulu this
Jack London ouitht kuoii lo arrive,
II he Is to Keep up lo his reputation of
being on luiml when ureal events nre
If the comliiK I.eslBlnturi) tnkes up
n general discussion of the land laws,
there Is no doubt of the extra session
When UoSie Davidson tackles the
work of humane otllcer, the lll-tieated
dumb animals will be saved from suf
ferine or all the town will know the
Some day they will have rates so
high lu Dirouo that It will be cuctiper
for tho Territory of Hawaii or Its
Hoard of Immigration to buy u stcuin
er. Possibly tho dny has arrived.
Hawaii still awaits enlightenment
Iroin eccleslastlc-win the value of thupth. Making tho entlro circuit of Ha
(olden Itulo ns against inau created wall.
creeds, that chango with every wind
Hint hlowsjiliirlni o."xcry,'genenitlon,
According to nil reports, Hawaii
County Supervisors uru dividing Into
two now political parties I'or IJusI
ness and lCvurythlng (iocs. Some
claim adherents of thu hitler party
ure proper Know-Nothlngs.
Let us hope thut tho decision of tha
Yokohama Specie Hunk to erect a
homo for Itself In Honolulu will not bo
interpreted ns liming n moro sinister
purpose than adding u flrst-clnss build
ing to tho business structuies of tho
Plantation managers have come to
town and gone again without saying
anything to anybody for publication.
Judged from previous experience this
menus that tho crop will bo taken off
with the least friction mid u fair rate
"A llusincss Man" has sent n letter
to the Uulletln presumably for publi
cation. The excellence of tho suggco
Hon contained Is undoubted, but tha
Ihilletlu demands that tho name of thu
xvrller shall accompany oxory commu
nication sent In for publication.
Corporations, though not enjoying tho
privilege of u soul, will not have, canto
to regret tho law against rontrlbutlon
toycumpulgn funds, Of Info years they
nave put up tho coin, and owing to 4
spirit of reformation in official circles'
got little or nothing In return.
entirely contrary to corporation Ideals
Tho Associated Charities is ono of
the Institutions of tho eltv that causes
no stir or trouble and Is foiex'cr doing t
good Under thu management of Slis.
Herger it has becomo a llvo factor In1
the community, and loses none or Its I
effectiveness by reason of tho falluro
to sound tho bass drum and cvnibals
every time It turns around.
'Tho bchomo to colonlzo Southern
California xvltti nussliin .lows gives n
now hint ror Hawaii, if anyone on
enith can live mi less t li it it Chinese or
llipailt'lU II 1 llll' HllffPlilll t-n. wiiu
IIxoh on Oriental goods uml the oilier
'" tiililiiB. the American merchant
f''1' !' ' !"i J'"f ""!!
IU ICilill II mi. bvuuii n.miiiii.i-- .VI
. American elilzcnslilji can win.
SHOULD BRING TOURISTS.
Hi m-wed nctlxlty at Kllauen while'
the l.ixu, flow mi Mil' side of Malum l.ci.l
rotitiiiiiei iiiIMIIh nil expectations Tor n
ncayon ill volcano ilciiinnstriitlonH that ,
show lava making ami original world-,
creailon In nil lt 1inBon. I
Tlu I'otiililiiatlnii Is 11 Bight which j
our oivi) pooplu rush to view because'
ihov Know IIh xxomlers anil understand
ImcIIIc ehnrnctcr of locnl Milcaiile'
tt.-m-lers an- wise they will rollow turn
lnr.il ixuiiiilt. uml hasten to enjo) Ihel
- xjit! lctie of a life-time
,rtor rending of the ilextrucllxo
force of xolcanoes anil lavti flows as
told III exaggerated Mot lex, It appeals
to those nbroail an Impossible that
largo parlies of visitors can stand In
the direct path of n lava How uml safe
I) watch the Rrnmlenr uml power of
lis advance This Is noxertheloBs the
fuel. It is done not only on the occa
sion of this How but since the outside
world has known the Inland of I law all.
Par from deterring iicoplu from vis
iting the Islands and particularly Ha
waii, IIiIh volcanic display should In
spire the ilniibtful ones with u deter
mination to (nine to Hawaii for this
winter season, and leave other utlrue
th us for the next
We know that If they lome once,
they nte sure to (nine again.
THAT JAPANESE WAR SCARE
It Is with Mime hesitation that the
llilllellll I mil Is jililillc litl"ll.lotl fioiil
the lax u How to the oil .lup.iliepu ipus
tlon There are evidences, howixer.
Hint some of our pcoplt lire rtlll won
dering what will happen ) them when
the war with Japan begins.
It may 1st InijMisslblii to convince
such persons thut the) lire borrovvp
trouble ami most foolishly so. W
nevertheless make bold to cull e-.)((lal
attention to the statement of the situ
ation between Japan uml the ('lilted
States published In another co'.iuili.
flic article Is the work of the VA'iidi-
Intuitu correspondent of the New York
,it 1.1 l,,i I.. . .tnlltl., ,in .r.,.,.1 nil
I,.,..,. ,.... in ,,..,.., .,o f,. hi.
iiiilhurltx on International nffulrH as
feilr1 local faklts and stratooglstu.
And the iiiiws nciount of what the
people In, Washington think Is tiinpll
fled and Illuminated by the following
Iioni the eilltoilnl columns of the
World, under the title "A Japanese
The news Hint Cov .MaKOon has
been vv anted tint live .lunaiiesu nt
"ff Honolulu. KU-.H,
Leaving Honolulu by S. S. "KINAU"
Tuesday. .Inn. 22ml, uml letiirulng by
S. S. "SI A UNA I.OA" Tuesduy, Jun
This trip offers special advantages
us tho stenmcr sails along tliu'llntna
Kiiii uml Illlo co.tst In tho day-time,
equaling lu beauty u trip lip thu Hud
sen. Arriving at Illlo nt noon, Wed
nesday, thu night Is Bpont nt a comfoit
tblo hotel; Thursday morning tho jour
ney Is resumed by train nnd stage, nr
living at thu Volcano, which Is now
i'ctle. nt 11 o'clock. Two nnd n half
days may ho spent slght-scolng ut Kl-
l.iuca uml vicinity. Leaving tho Vol
lcnno IMuso Sunday innrnliiK unci tuk
liR t10 steamer "SIAUNA I.OA" at!
Homiiipo ut 1 o'clock, tho vessel pusses
closo to tho Kau nnd Knnn const, glv
lug u Una opportunity to witness tho
present lava streams flowing from th-j
side of tho mountain. Visitors pro
t.ounco this eruption to bo tho graini
est sight Imaginable,
The special rate for tht trip Is.. $51 JO
Should there bo sulllclunt bookings
for HiIb tilp, n special agent will uc
company tho party.
Tor Information uml tickets apply to
Real Estate Dep't,
Lunalllo Street $50.00
McCully Street $25.00
Emma Street $12,50
Beretanla Street $40.00
i Young Street $35.00
Aloha Lane ' $18.00
I Aloha Lane . $15.00
I Beretanla Street $16.00
Hlno Street $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Klnau Street $40.00
Klnau street $30-00
. , .
I "lanocK Avenue
! King Street
Henry Walerhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Corner Fort aai Merchant Sts
I - - ,-
Hnxumi, who spcuk flvo languages,
nc lilntiiilnK nnotlier Insurrection
In Cuba for rebruniy, Is trill)
nlarmliiR. It was bound to unne,
but It looks like treason Hint no
body thought of It before.
How many times must the (lov
eminent be cautioned before It will
take me.iBiires to repel the ap
proaching Jsipnncse Invasion? Wns
it not iMislllvely Informed weeks
.ivto that among the Immigrants
urrlxlug al Honolulu were two
whole tfglmcnts uf Nogl's and Ku
ril Id's veterans, who wero to seize
llnwnli at the outbreak of hostil
ities? Is It not notorious that n
Japanese aimada has been hover
ing Just below the lioilr.on lu read
iness to pounic upon siiiiiu one of
the 1.200 Islands lu the Philippine
archipelago? Weie not Japancse
ponchcrri e.iiihht lu the ui t of land
ing on the seal Islands lu the
llehrlng Ke.i? Any dny u Japanese
may open a lu-tenl lestntinint In
Porto Itlco with Insurrectionary In
tent. 'Nils week a Chinese ills
gulsed In short hair mid American
clothes was seen on u Stnten Island
ferrjboat to tulse his eyes from u
newspaper uml gaze Intently lit
Governor's Island. Who knows
but he In n spy In the tcrvlce of the
I'ntll teieiitly iill eyes In Wnsh
lligtoii were llxed oil the Kulner,
whose hostile designs aimed nt the
annexation of the New World,
Those xlgllnut patriots, the war
ship and armor-plate contractois,
wtitched his every move and kept
the danger-signals Using at the
('apltol. That peril was nveite.l
Hut has a timid tiud tliue-servlng
Ailmliilstnitlon now betrayed the
countr) lu the pending crisis by
extending the hum! of hospitality
to the Japanese? Is n peace-loving
vvhll" people to be abandoned to
the stent pints of the lalsir agents
of Asia's ellow hordes? Aro none
but f.iliroiuhuiB left on :tuard?
I'ortuuately the citadels of Ban
Kniucls'-o are manned by daunt
lets platform agitators. At u uiuss
meetlug Sunday that graft-warred
campaigner Mayor Schmltz pre
sided, while n lojnl lieutenant de
clared that "California and the
States wefct of the Itockles ulono
could whip Japan Into n Jelly." So
long ns that spirit lasts the wind
will stay offshote uml Amerleuim
liexer will be slaves. Hut who Is
to saxe Cuba filun the five Japan
ese who speak llx'e languages?
People In Hawaii uru iironu to wor
ry unnecessarily. I.Ike citizens of any
other portion of the country they can
usually find trouble If they lire looking
for It. Tlteie is nothing clearer, how
ever, than thu act that our louutry
j does not Intend to luu-e imy war with
, Japan or give up any isilnts of Aiuerl-
cim prestige In the Pacific
If the statement given by the World
will not culm the (cars of our cltlzena
or residents with extraordinary nerx'cs.
they nro bejoud ledeui'ition,
Have YOU been In to see
that great lot of
that we are closing out
We have told many gar
ments already but there's
They're the tame 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.
WhoseSales ARE Sales
TV-ACE FOR I
yJ ARTICULAR I
1 EOPLE I
WHAT WASHINGTON THINKS OF, WAR TALK
NEW YORK WORLD CORRESPONDENT GIVES AN ARRAY OF FACTS
WHICH 8HOW THE FOLLIES OF RUMORS OF HOSTILI
TIES WITH JAPAN WHAT WOULO HAPPEN
SHOULD ENQLAND JOIN IN
.Washington, O. C, Dec. 2. (Spe-itlien? The United States would go
clul to The New York World) Thonnd get It back again. Of course It
Administration Is not concerned oxer would be uncomfortable for n time,
reHirts from Havana that five Japan-' but there Is not any doubt that It
f'so have been taking measurements! would be taken buck, ami u good sllrf
and photographs of the formications price for rental would bo collected,
of Hnvnnii. The fact Is the (loverii- As to " Bottling Up"
ment rnthur expects this sort of thing. To go hack to thu original wild the-
It Is well known that other countries ory of the bottling up of tho country
have measurements and plans of nit. by the command of tho two coasts,
the. fortifications, both hero and In thu nobody hero who hsiks nt Hie thing
outlvlng possessloiiF, Just as tho Unit
eil states has measurements and plans
of the formications of other countries.
Thnt Is xvlmt general staffs lire for.
So far ns Japans alleged ilctlro In
go to wnr with the United Htntes Ih
concerned, there Isn't u clear inliid In
the Administration that does not scout
tho Idea. Julian cannot go lo wnr with
anybody. Kite Is lu debt u billion dol
lars, with no place lo borrow more.
Even Should England Aid Her
The Idea that Kligland would nsslst
Japan In un assault on this country Is
preposterous. The people who havo.esu scouts In x'urlous places trying to
given siiiity to me promein niimit, tor
tho sake of nrguntont, thu supposition
thnt Kligland would Join with Japan
In n concerted movement on both thu
Atlantic mid Pacific Coasts of the Unt
ted Stutes, Then what? They might
bottle up tills couutrv although there
would bo an argument on tho Atlantic
Const uml nnotlier on the Pacific, be
fore that happened. Hut the people
who look nt the facts ns they nre, go
ing further In the argument, concede)
Iho bottling up. Then they point out
thnt tho United States Is tho only
country lu the world stilllclent to It
so ., and IT nngland tried tho experi
ment of bottling Ap this country situ
would cut herself off from u x-ery
large proportion of her own food sup
plies. We Would Seize Canada
M,.nt,ll,n.. t... tT.illn.1 OlnlA. I., Il,n
.in u.lllit.i; iiiit I'lllli'll tlllllin. Ill inn .
extreme contingency (lint It lost Its
fleets, would build other fleets nnd go
out nnd regain Its prestige. Thu Unit
ed States lias money, men, food nnd
U'verythlng else to maintain n placid
existence with nil the fleets or nil the
seas on Its coasts, and would also liu
mediately go across tho border and
seize Canada, which Is tho choicest
bit of suburban real estntn Groat llrll
nln hns. There Isn't nil American liv
ing who thinks the Untied Stules
would ever luipltulalo in circum
stances like these, ami there Isn't un
American living wlui does not know
Hint, ex-en If tint Philippines uml Porto
Ulco and ports lu Alaska and sea coast
cjlles xvoio taken, the United States
would eventually get them nil back,
uml more, ton. by force of nrms.
Of course these conjectures nro al
most fantastic, hut the statements that
cnll them out inn the basis of the talk
thai has been going on for Ihn past six
months of an Invasion of this country
by Jutan, nnd tho theory Hint (Irent
Hrltalu'is thu haul and fast ally of Hint
'So far ns Japan herself is concerned
tihe does not wnnt a fight with any
body, Her public debt Is almost, if not
quite, us largo ns that of Hie United
States, nnd her territory Is about as
big ns the Statu of California. The
greatest problem Japan has now is
not lo compter any country but to pro
vide ror the rapid Increase in Japan
"sc population, which Increase Is linu,
OOil a j ear.
Japan's Navy Inferior
v Japan's nnvy, when you nualyzu it,
is not lo be compared In liny way with
iny half of thn American navy. Thu
ilurmlsts say that Japan's nnvy is in
tho Paclllc mid tho navy of the United
Stutes Is not. That Is perfectly true,
hut, that iiortinn of (bo United States
nay which might bo needed In thu
Puclflc vvoiild bo sent thero.
' Etirthermoro, tho proposition of Ja
pan bridging an Invading fmco of n
size to do any particular damage 7,000
miles has Its grotesque features that
apparently do not appeal to tho people
who nre continually finding war clouds
over Nippon wuy.
Tho moil who look nt this proposi
tion sanely admit that Japan might
seize a port on Alaska or on tho Pn
ciflc coast, but what would happen
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elou of business, and perhaps some
hardship due lo hank failures uml
thlngR of that sort,
oil far ns tint Japanese scliool lovvi
In Han Francisco Is concerned, there
Is no more danger of Japan going to
wnr on Hint proposition than them Is
Hint Iho Mikado xvlll declare war be
cause a majority of Ihn Americans nre
white nnd nil the Japanese nre yellow.
Tho recurrent wnr scares ennui
from the alleged detection of Japan
find mltltnrv mill nnvnl sepretR of this
country Tho United States Ruts nil I
Iho military nnd nnvnl Information
concerning other countries It can got
In n legitimate manner. Furthermore,
Iho general stnff hns prepared and 111
ed away plans of campaign against al
most every country lu Ihn world; but
Hint does not mean that the United
States Is going to war with these coun
tries any moro than It luennn Unit Ja
pan Is going to war with us because I
n Japanese taken n photograph of u
fortification In Culm or tries to buy '
torpedoes fiom the same firm In tho
United Stntes that this lloxernmciit
buys them from.
Army and Navy Alarmists f
There Is u class of iiruiy officers who
like to speculate as to what would
hapiien If such and such u thing did
happen, and thu navy also has it pre
dilection for this sort of thing. Just
now they are talking of what would
hnpiHjti If Japan sent a hostile fleet to
tno Pacific coast, and the people who
take It seriously do not recognize thu
fact that the "If" In thu proposition Is
so big that It overshadows everything
The President is 'not concerned
nhout Japan; It Is tho least of Secre
tary Tnft'M troubles, and Secretary
Root Isn't even thinking about thu Jap
anese. Jnpiui Is "broke," nnd you cannot
go to war without money. Tho United
Stutes Is so prosperous that its citi
zens uru exhiidlng money nt every
pore. That's tho real reason, no mat
ter what tho temper o Japan may bi.
Tnat statement contains thu first of
twenty-seven rensoiiB why Japan Is
not going to wnr with us, nnd nil other
reasons nro superfluous.
V X ')( H l it A ll (., X X A )C
EVERY LITTLE HELPS
I-Mltor Uvetilug Uulletln: Permit
ns to say wu ate glad to have been
able to help the newsboys III selling
their wates; fur, wo fancied their
trade was getting n trifle too quiet,
more paitlcularly in thu early pair of
ANNK SI. PUKSCOTT,
r. S. Say, Sir. Editor, why you
linvu so plenty of m's for "nmmltted"
inn! not one, for Anne SI.? Funny
' There's no limit to thu things Hint
can be omitted, but there Is but onu
Anno Prescott. IMItor.l
11 . X
U HONOLULU WEATHER tt
Temperatures C n. in., CD; 8 n. m
71; 10 u. m 74; noon, 70; morning
lluromcter, 8 u. .in., 29.98; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., C.10S gialns, per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 u. in.,
74 per cent; dew isilnt, 8 a. m., C'J.
Wind ti uJ in., velocity 3, direction
N. K.; 8 ii. m., velocity 2, direction N.
E.; 10 a. in., velocity 3, direction S.;
noon, velocity 8, direction S. W.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 u,
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during -I
hours eifded at noon, 110 miles.
WSI. II. STOCKS1AN,
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Tho Chlttba Slum libel mntter hns
gono over until next Saturday. All
the witnesses on board tho ship have
been examined mid the vessel has been
allowed to depart. There uro still sev
eral locnl witnesses whose testimony
lu the niutter'ls to be taken. They will
be pul on tho stand Saturday and Mon
day. On Tuesduy Judge Dulu goes to
Illlo to hold court there. Ilu has an
opinion lu u habeas corpus matter to
write before ho goes, and for that leu
sun bus continued tho Clilusu matter,
New York, Jan, 3, W. K. Vandeibllt
eclipsed all owners of race homes In
thu mutter ut money won during tin
burton of 1'JUO. Ills horses lu Franco
won $225,U0U, which wus $39,U0O In- ex
cess of hli nearest competitor, Ilerr
Weinberg, whose horses In Gcrmuny
vyon t8C,87,1. Lord Derby wub third
xvlth $101,720, uml James 11, Keeuu
fouitli with $151,918.
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.Many of the Companies which nt
thu memorable meeting of June 12th
ott-d In favor of n horliontnl deduo-
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I .. .. .....lln...l ?,.,., I I, Intitnuiilliti. Ill
U ll VIIH.ll-11, lii'lllll li- ... .,'-'.."'-
lettlo their San Francisco loises on
Hint basis uml have been forced,
though reluctantly, to pay consider
able more than nil uverage of 7u or
their cliiltits. Some which voted to
adjust every claim on Its meilts uml
iay the sunii! " Dollar lor Djllar,"
liaxu fallen uvxay from lliat high uml
correct standanl mid liavo submitted
their isillry holders In rhntp deduc
tions from ailjuntcil claims. Others,
while paying In 'full liuvn, In uieord
nice xvlth Hasten) lisugu, exacted a
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claim as soon as the amount of toss
has been agreed upon with the assur-
td, In full, In cash, without a cent of
discount. Coinparatlx'ely few rompa-
ntes hnxo pursued ns broad ar.il us lib
era! u course.
Wo liavo refrained from coiiimeiillnrf
upon tho conduct of uuy Individual
company, believing It better to extol
the virtues of our own. The ItOVAL
INSUItANCi: COMPANY of I.lvurj I
has paid to date 2,309 claims, uggre
I'nllng $;,85U,tn5.S8. Wo liuxe leinala-
lug but n fevv unsettled losses, and
thesu nro chiefly awaiting niithoiU.i
Hon of claimants iibiond, probate pro
ceedings, or further Investigation at
to actual ninouut of firu loss.
Tho "IIOYA1," contlliues to be tlm
lending Fire lnsur.tnr Company of
thu world. Its annual Income Is oxer
$15.ono,fK0. its San Francisco gross
losses xvere not very much moro than
cnc-tblrd of ono year's premiums, and
Its surplus, after nil losses nro paid,
will exceed thu surplus of any other
Company In thu world.
It has been building up lis reserves
for years ns.tlnst Just such n disaster
ns came to San Francisco and was
Iherefo-e ablo to meet Its great losses
xvlth equanimity. It will continue to
pursiiu tho oven tenor of Its way and
xvlll doubtless bo moiu popular than
over with lusuiers.
You aro perfectly safo lu pulling
your business In thu " HOYAL," know,
lug (hut It will under nil clicum
ttauces be able to fully nnd promptly
meet Its contracts nnd Hint It will not
resort to uuy cptlbbles or shifty pro
tenses to avoid Its obligations. Now
Is thu lime to makeitsQ.nf your oh
.Thero Is no eluding tho Issue; thero
I nro " Dollar for Dollar " Companies;
thero arq " 8lx;btfcis." and there inu
"Welchers." There nro alsu Compu
tiles strong, and Companies weak,
No Company can offer n hotter pol
icy than tho " HOYAL." fovv as good.
HOLLA V. WATT,
Manager Pacific Coast Department.
WSI. (I. IIIWIN & CO,. LTD..
Agents for tho Territory of Hawaii.
The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOK8, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCIL8, to fit
up your office. We have just received
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are closing out our 8TOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
8EWINO MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machines for sale,
TEL. MAIN 117.
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
185 Hotel St.
Phone Blue 1411.
For Rent" cards on sal al
he Bullatjn offlr...
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