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KVHNINft HUMNN. IIDNOt-OI.lt, t It. WimNIWHAY. I'i:il , li07
Published Kverr l'ay Lircpl Sunday,
t 120 King Street llnnolulu,
1 II by the
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Territory of Hawaii, )
first Judicial Circuit. )
C. . HOCKl'S Huslncsa Manager
of the Hulletln I'ul.llHblnc Company,
Limited, being first duly nnorn, on
nath deposes and says. That the fol
lowing Ik a Ime and correct statement
et the circulation, fnr the week endlni;
I'rlda), I'chrti-irv I. IfMlT, of the
Dally nnd Weekly IMHIotis of the
Circulation ol Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 26 Z0I5
Monday, Jan. 28
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Tuesday, Jan. 20 .
Wednesday, Jan. 30
Thursday, Jan. 31
frld.iy, Teh. I
Average dally circulation 2IM
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 28tli, 1907 . 2532
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone .1101
Comblnrtd guaranteed average
milli:tin piiulisiiino co., ;.m
by C. O. IIOCIUIS,
3bscrlhcd nnd sworn to by
fore me this Id d.iv of I'eb
IRi;,l. ru.irv. Anno Domini. I'J07
p ii. mminbtti:,
Notary Public, rirBt Judicial Circuit
HKH fi. 1H07
It Isn't loads of money that need?
lo lie spent on the l.os AtiRelami On
ly tuna of tordlalltv and Rood-will.
Dollar lio.itu on a Jap.incbe-huntlt'i;
tllp had Hiich a nice time the last
time the were here It la rather r.in
prlslng that t!u come .-iRaln wi mkiii.
There will not be an much talk of
war nor warlike t ilk as tlmre hui
been. Your 1'ncle S.imuel has decld
il to necuro dellnlte Inform. illon on
what's the niatlei
If Harry Thaw Is aniultted under
the plea of emotional Insanity, bis
scheme will go on record as the easi
est possible win of nailing responsi
bility for taking a human life. I
The Lanal deal was made under an
appraisement which doesn't lako into
consideration the tax valuation or
what someone may hae paid for the
land. 1 he notable " discoveries I
this deal herve to prove the anxlci
If thc talk of II mail In-line pa.
t riot Ism on an on in id the I hr num
ber of Japane-e here w'i il hive they
lo saj of tlie re-iiic ien vvlio omn
here to enllM J.ii.iue r fi, Ih" iniln
land, where the) arc pai tliularl) not
The Countv education law will tcit
the real Interest which citizens will
take In their public kcliools. In prin
ciple It follows (he Renei.il scheme
on which County government has
been adnplcd a little at a time, but
No taxpajer will object In a road
worker belnR paid Jl mi a day If h)
earns It. The Supervisors havo as
tinned that the workmen will earn It
We trust that they as well as tilt
taxpayers will keep close watch to
assure full value for Hie money.
The Hcpuhllran party would mak
a distinct inhnnec step and not oier
rench platform promb-cH h mailing
the proposed Taxation Commission a
non-partlzan body. Tills would re
quire an Increase In membership but
would operate to remoie taxation
matters from the spheie of nagging
partlzanshlp. Think It over.
Put this In your note-book: Con
gressmen will hesitate to visit Ha
waii at the expense of private pcr
kons or business organizations, Ap
propriation by the representatives of
t Ii o people In the Legislature Is a
very different matter and entirely
" Of courLe thcr.o bills adopted by
the Republican lonunlttce are not
hard and fait " Thlt. Is the position
of the Republican legislator who ccea
a change ho wantii to make. He for
gets that the other fellow will havo
something " wise. " which ho believes
t'hould bo Incorporated before thn hill
becomes Inw. Multiply this by the
niinibor of membere of the Legislature
end you hnvo the result of party
measures that nio not party meas
ures. Tho Onrdnn Island notes tho fact
that the. roturus In lines arc not suf-
iDi'i'M in mr the cipensn of tlie
liMn, i Magistrate's court la this
lo In- n "it as an argument against
Connii i.niiml of lliew iihiiIk, or la
ulie iiiiMilnn to he ileelded on tho
li.mli "i M'liilHc supcrlnrltv of scrv
tte" riili Mr i of wanting something
from i hg Ti i llnrv or tint. according
in H i IicIiir n money-maker or not. In
iiluiiii ,i short -slch It il mid plcnyutie in
I the Lord allow In average humanity,
rheie lire re rtn III departments of gov
priitnetil until t it 1 1 y In the province of
Inr.illller nrt nirnltiat the Terrllnrv.
Then- should lie plnred under the
in in.ir.ement of (lie Comities,
PKOl'OSKD I'AHTY IkW.
The Itiillelln ialla (he especial at
lentlon nf It re.idern to the text of
Mm iropored nrl piibllHbed In thin
Imiue to enrrv out the platform pin-
nilsei of the llepuMlcun p,irt Ah
mallern coiered by these bills nrn
among the deHtill" subjects for leRla
Inlhe i fill Inn. mil suggesllons for
linpimeinnl iliotibl be made prompl
U There will lie ,ilnlutely no eruw
for Hie man who mouses himself to
pompons and rcmimuM objection after
Hie U linvr tieen passed.
It Ih hlRbli Import.int that the men
working on nnd teiilHllvel) adoptliiR
llieie bill-, shriild determine how far
the draft apprmed by the parly or
ganization make.) the hill a pally
The meeting of Momlnv iiIrIiI waa
not twclxe houia lold before " tenia
live" plans were on foot lo entirely
re Ire nnd thoroughly upset n " ten
tative " bill adopted liy the oiganlza
tion If this is to be the attitude or
rcprrvtitntheM of the party, this
work now beliiR done will he on a
par with the glorious manner In
which members of the first Home
Hiile legislative majority marched up
the bill before the Legislature was In
lesslon. and Ignomlnlously marched
duwn when they Rot down to the ac
tual work of passliiR the laws.
Cither these bills and the definite
principle represented In each aio
party incisures or thoy arc mil
If the men now especially Interest
ed In them are to go to the Legisla
ture and on one excuse r another
bhoot them full of holes with a vol
ley of amendments, the work now be
ing done will go for naught. More
over, the party will have tho addi
tional pleasuro of haxliiR made .1
monkey of Itself.
Granted that speed Is In fncl thn
real purpose of the miIIiI leplsl.itho
majority, these, hills now before tho
Itepubltcnn organization should bo
presented to a Itcpuhllcan legislative
" nolulu H-!!,
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DUftlNO ITSPRESENT ACTIVITY.
Round Trip S52.00
LcaviiiR by "tUAUDINE" Friday,
HcturninR by "KINA1J" IJaiitrday,
For Tickets and General Informa
tion regarding the trip apply to
HENRY WATERHOUBE TRUST CO.
TOURIST INFORMATION BUREAU,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sto., Honolulu
Real Estate Dep't,
An acre of land and ten-room .
house at Kaimuki $2,200
The finest buildiiir; lot on Futtcli
bowl Slopes 3,200
Modern hunRitlow, new; Fnupu
co tract 4,000
lolb in Manoa Valley, 1'uupuco
tract one -fifth cash, balance in
u'cvcral investment properties pay
ing n net eight per cent.
A very desirable bungalow on
Thurston Ave. for rent $42,00
Henri Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant Sts.
Camus nml In their llnnl and nnt - riiil -
I,,.,,. .,...... i.i ...
',n"r'i i ...nil imri-ii, in fuii.( ,mnip ftur liitiernineni eymp.cuircs
two. llitee order with Hikiii In their demand for eiiml
Homo may urge that thin la roll iciognlflon mid will protect thclri
lo.idltiR II In not 'treaty right, there la no feellnR of
Tho hlllanie now pnhllr. anil If h-;fpnr on the pirl of Hie American tin-
tween now and the 2illh of l-'cbrii- Hon of Hie ultimate icsiilts of war, If
nry nietnhera of llio l.cgllattiro nrn'.fnnaii 1m fnnllidilv Inrllned
not able In make up their mlmls, they! .Inpiui's diplomacy la the dlplomaey
rerlalnly will nnl lie nhle lo do no In 'of Bumpe wllh exaggerated Indirect-'
the sixty lnjn of the session with IK.ncss nnd ltiuoltv The United
mass of other Ml In reiiulrliiR nlleii
THE SIZE OF US.
Vailuii'i attempts made to ghc the
piopcrti value the ttnltcd Stales lias
behind It. lend Interest to the if11cl.it
statistics of the tlovernmelit
The estimated true value of prop
erty In the continental United Stntel
was S8,lil7,.ln(S,i7fi. In inon an I
$107,101,211,317 In 1!I0 1, according
to n circular Just Issued by the Hull
ed States Bureau of the Census,
Washington. I). C The, valuation for
1501 Is divided as follows: Ileal
property nnd Improvements (exelu
ulie of rnltioads and telegraph and
telephone systems, which In certain
States are classed as real property),
$02.311. 402.1.11 : livestock. $1,073.
79t.7.1f.; farm Implements and ma
chinery, S I I.SPS.FfJ.t ; manufactur
ing innchltierv. loola and Iniple
ti'cnts. $3,237.7ril.l80.. gold nnd sil
ver coin nnd loillloii. ji.flnR.i'.nrt nn:i
railroads and their equipment. $1 1.-
211.752,000.; street railways, ship
ping, water works, etc (including
telegraph and telephone svslcms
electric light and power stations,
Pullman nnd private ears, ami ca
nals), tt.SIO.r.in.nOO.. all other (In
cluding pioducts of agriculture, man
ufactures and mining, Imported mer
chandise, clothing and personal
iiilormnents. and furniture, cairlage
nnd kindred property). $18,102,281.
732: total. $107,101,211,317. Tho
enrage value of real piopcrty and
Improvements was $27.(10 per uern
In 1900 nnd $32 7r In 1901, nnd tho
corresponding per capita averagxii
were $091 33 and $707.22.
Tho ofllclal statement of the .Lip
nnese tiovernment Hint It has no In
tention of making war upon (ho llul
ted Stales goes to conllrm the suppii
tltlon Hint there was a suggestion nt
the lllg Stick In the Navy older of
few days ago calling for licet maneu
vers In the 1'nc.ltlc of the warship
under Admiral Hiowusoii.
l'urthcrmoie. thn Toklo Govern
ment Is not likely to give out public
rtalemcnts of Hi Intention units.- it
has been' iiskcd In verv dliect lan
guage, which requites a direct an
ivvet It Is quite tensouable that the offi
cials In Washington have decide I
that I t Is time to Impress their
TO DAINTY DRESSERS
We beg lo announce that we have
just received ten plecei. of dainty Pine
apple Ollk or Plna Cloth In stripes,
something entirely different from any
thing previously shown here.
These have white grounds with gold,
light blue, pink, lavender, red and
black stripes, are thirty six Inches wldo
and cell for 60 cents per yard.
B, F. EHIERS & CO
LACE FOR ?
Ifrlcnil of the Japanese nation Hull
..... .. . . .. . ....
Stales has Ralneil a reputation for'
enlllnc miade n untile
The Hulled Slates will go n long
way uioiinil In onler lo nold wnr. It
Is neei piepaied for war. It has
tievci been defenled In war
Japan, urged In Kurope. and heK
coullilent. in.iv have inlstnken the
eagemesH of the Pieildent lo support
Its (ause iigalnsl dlrcrlmiiintlou In
the San I'ranclsio pnblle i.chools an
nil evidence of Its ability lo lisri
threatening language wllh Impunity.
If so, the diplomats made n sciloul
Our country l a nation of peace
Hut II will not take nnv btiirfs. Not
even from u frleml
No nation on earth "disavows" a
certain policy, especially war, with
out II lias been iiHked lo stale ll
case, ami the icquest put In termn
that call for " Yes" or " No"
In this Instance Japan Is not deal
ing with a China or a Russia, but
with a nation that Is honest in Its re-
latlons with ..the, countries, a nation
!hre people are icronil lo none In
patriotic Httpport of their leaders In
any crisis, a nation that does not
lack for luonev to do with.
The latest dispatch Indicates that
the situation Is becoming distinctly
HONOLULU WEATHER W
) jt, K 11 ttn n a bjiji VKkHi tl
10 ii, in.. 7.
8 ii. lit.,
llaioliieler, X a in. 23 30; nlisolitle
humidity, s a in . 7.H72 gialns p-r
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 u. lit,
82 per cent; dew mliit. 8 a. Ill , 09.
Wind (i u in . iclnclti I, dlicctlou
N K; S u. m. velocity 3, dlicctlou
N. I-!.: 10 a in, vc'.-clty .1, dliectloii
W.; noon, velis-llv .'., ilhcctlnn S. W.
Rainfall during -I hours ended S n !
in., ..II Inch
Total wind movement iliirlui:
l.uiirit ended si noon, o milca.
W.l II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, 1' S. Weather ilureaii.
K X '. V .1 8 il fl X, 5C i(, K ntot
X Havana, Keli. . (lovernor Mngoon
l. DAND CONCERT "has IshiiciI a decree Tor tlie foiinatlou
" Xjof a Cuban iirniy with a stienglli of
m n ii b if iu V M if X f X . sixty thoiisaud men.
The band trill play tills evening ill; , , ,
Aula Park, Ibe hour being 7:30. Tho l HEAVY SNOWrAT.T, AT
Mairh--"Splilt of Llbeity" lioura
Overliite -"Irish" Vulll
'Ahl Wel.r- mil "lellc".nr by llerger
t'electluii The CrarkciJark"..,Macklu
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. .nr. by Merger
Intcrniezzo "Regrets" Ilergere
'"Ibe Star Sjiangled Haulier."
TO LIMIT ENGLISH rEERS'
London. Feb 0, -It Is believed that
premier riiiipbell-llaiiiicriii.iii will ubk
the House of Commons to limit the
legislative power of the House of IjicIi
lo the right of veto.
The Weekly Edition of tne Bvenlng
Miilletlu glvep n complefo Bumnmry of
iha news of the da. For X a yir.
Pineapple Land for Lease
22 Acres at Wall la wa
13000 growing pines
Will lease for term of years.
Copper Plate Reception
and Invitation Cards
of the Latest Styles
In Correctness of Form
Our Work lExcolis
. The Henry Wntcrhoiisc Trust "V
Conipnny completed n deal thin
'! morning whereby Hie llcrrcy
Commercial Agency passes Into
the hands of C It lliicklnnd, ed-
Itor nnd publisher of Trans-Pa-
Mr. Iluckland will continue
all the departments of this
! iigunev. which Include a dally
ofllclal record of business liana-
actions and the merchants' ref-
! erencn book. II also represents
in Hie Territory the well-known
iiiillfin.il business ngenclcs of
Dunn nnd llradslreet
lr,p lluekliiiid understands
the business situation of thn
! Territory and Is well erpilpped !
front nveiy stnndpolnl to prop-
erly conduct the Important work
: of an agency of this character
The Eleamer Alameda left this morn-
"' '" '" " "" "" ""' '"",""
"" ry small 'jiHsenger llil J it n
lull lilln, iii-i itiiiiii i.ir.i-viih' I d ii'
fewer In number limit on any trip for
aome time. Ibis being mainly duo to
the fact tli.it tho Slbciln palled for Ilia
('nasi only u couple of days ago and
tool; many passengers who would oth
erwise have tinvelcd on the Alameda,
The usual outgo of bananas and cof
fee, as well as n largo amount of sugar,
comprised the cargo of I he, Alameda
end she was low In the water when she
left the dock. Among the passengers
on boa id was Alfred ('. Sllvn, who has
been In the employ of the Kash store
Tor many years. He Is going to the
Coast to pick out u line of goods wllh
which he Intends to start In business
lor himself as a clothing nieiehaiil.
There were 202 Japanese In the
St eel age.
Additional Cable News on Page I.
WAK NOT WANTED BY
Toklo, I'eb. il. 1 he government luia
llb,'ivocd an) Inclination to engage In
war with the, United Suites.
CUBA TO HAVE STANDINQ
New York. I'eb (!, This district has
been visited with a heavy snowstorm,
which has extended thiotighout the
New Ktiglaud Slates.
RUSSIAN VOTERS SIGNIFY
St. Petcisbiirg. Keh. fi.-Thn leluriis
Irniii llie election of members of the
Doiima liidlcalo Hint tho ojiHisltluu
will bo In a majority,
Governor Carter liaa In his lulnd tho
establishing of a school for the dear
and dumb and i:i denlroua of ascertain
ing the number or children In these li
lands so unfortunately afflicted. Sup
erintendent of Kdiicatlon Babbitt, In
answer to lite Governor's query on the
fciibject. stntes that he has no statistics
on that particular matter, but has re
feriecl the matter lo Piesldenl Pink
ham of ihe Hoard of Health, who will
icport lo the Governor as soon ns he
has examined the records of tho board,
The plan to establish such an Insti
tution In theso Islands Is u good one.
It would be far prefetable lo ueudlni:
the afflicted children to Coast Inslf.
Dillons as was at one time pioposcd.
The mail whose lellglun Is a blulf
always wants to cash In with tho
The First of the Yearj
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INK8TAND8, PEN8. PENCILS, tn fli
I up your office. Wo have just received
'a largi! shipment of OFFICE 6UP-
I As we are closing out our OTOCK
CABINETS same -will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 FORT 8T. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machines for salt,
TEL. MAIN 117,
Overwhelming Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham'
Vegetable Compound Succeeds.
One of the grentest triumphs of
Lydla K. PlnUhain's Vegetable Com
pound Is tho conquering of woman's
drend enemy Tumor,
The growth of a tumor la so In
sidious that frequently Its presence
Is wholly tinampectecl until it Is well
So called "wandering- pains" may
come from Its early stages or the
presence of clanger may be made
matilfcstbvexcesslTe monthly periods
accompanied by unusual pain, from
the abdomen through the groin and
If you linre mysterious pains, If
there nrn Indications of Inflammation
or displacements, secure n bottle of
Lydla K. Plnkliam's Vegetable Com
pound, tnado from nntlvc roots nnd
herbs, right away and begin lt use.
The following letters should eon
Tlnee every suffering woman of Its
virtue, and Hint It actually does
Mrs. May Try, of 810 W. Colfnx
Ave , South Hend, Incl., writes I
Dear Mrs. PlnUham :
"I take Rreat pleasuro In writ
ing to thank you fornvhnt Lyilla K.
Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound has
done for me. 1 also look the lllood
Purifier In nlternnte closes with the
Compound. Your medicine removed a
eyst tumor of four years' growth,
which tltrre of the best physicians
declared I had. They had said that
only nn operation could help me. 1 nm
very thankful that I followed a friend's
rulvlee and toolt your medicine. It has
made me a strongnnd well woman pnd
1 shall recommend it us long as I live."
Mrs. K. I. Hayes, of 20 RugglcsSL,
Boston, Mass., writes :
Dear Mrs. Plnkhnm:
treatment for a long time without
relief. They told tne I had a fibroid
tumor, my abdomen vvns swollen and
I suffered' with great pain. I vvroto
to von for advice, you replied nnd I
followed your directions enrefully and
today I ami n well women. Lydla B.
Plnk'bnin's Vegetnblc Compound ex
polled tlie tumor and strengthened my
Mrs. Perry llyers, of ML Pleasant,
lovvn, writes :
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rieli unci Mellow
902 901 NUUANU 0TP.EET.
rv. .-, ..wV,-..w ........ riiuiib mmci duo.
IMPORTCH3 AND DEALEnu IN FINE WINEO A LIQUORS,
Corset Covers Come
Time has elapsed since ordering them but they are equal to ex
pectations In daintiness and quality.
The covers are spring styles, substantially made and so daintily
trimmed that they will increase the pretty eflect of any shirt waist,
on any wearer.
The sizes include all measurements, and the prices arc:
Ibe, 20c, U)c, 7bc, $1.00, )l.2b, $1.50.
Your Inspection la solicited.
HUUANU belw. HOTEL and KINO tlTRUETO.
You tried it on Sumln y nnd liked it. Why not get your
ment from us the rest of the week? j
BERCTANIA, ALAKC A
Hotel Street Store
il MODE ROOM
Officials at thn Cnpltnl ant somewhat
oxercUed over Hie fact that there Is no
unliable loom for the members of the
Semite, to use for deliberations at the
coming hi-sftlon. Olio piopoaltinii iu tho
dividing or Secietary Atkinson's ollUv,
placing tho Inner olllce thus niacin by
the division nt the disposal or tho Gov
ernor. It such arrangements wero
made thu loblii'g egg bluu iliuiubcr
Hoar Mrs. Plnltbam!
"I was told by my physician thsl t
had a fibroid tumor anil that 1 would
have In bo operated upon, I wrote to
you for nil vice, which 1 followed care
fully and took Lydla B. Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound. I am not only
cured of the tumor but other female,
troubles and can do albmy own work
after clgh years of suffering."
Mrs. H. J. Harbor, of Scott, N. Y,
Rear Mrs. Plnkhnm:
"Sometime ago I wrote you for
advice about a tumor which the doctors
thought would have to be removed.
Instead I took Lydla K. Plnkhsm's
Vegetable Compound and to-day am a
Mrs. M. M. Funk, Vanderffrlft, Pa.,
Dear Mrs. Pinkliaru !
"I had a tumor and Lydla K. Plnk
liam's Vegetable Compound removed
II for me after two doctors had given
ine up. I was sick four years before I
began to take the Compound. I now
recommend Lydla B. Plnkham'a Veget
able Compound far nnd near."
Such testimony ns above Is con
vincing evidence that Lyilla B. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound stand
wit bout a peer as a remedy for Tumor
Growths ns well as other distressing
Ills of women, nnd such symptoms an
Hearing-down SenRnllons, Displace
ments, Irregularities and Ilackaehe,
etc. Women should remember that lb
Is Lydla B. PlnUhain's Vegetable Com-
found Hint Is curing so many women,
(on't forget to Insist upon 'It when
some druggist asks you to accept
something else which he calls "just
Mrs. Plnkham's Invitation to Women.
Women suffering from nny form
of female weakness are Invited to
write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn. Mass.,
for advice. She Is the Mrs-. Pinkham
who has been advising slelc women
free of charge for more than twenty
venrs, and before that sho assisted
lier molher-ln-law, Lyilla B. Pink
ham In advising. Thusshelsespeclslly
well qualified to guide sick women
back to health.
PHONE MAIN 308.
AND UNION 5TRECT0.
HAS A NEW LINE OP
AND THE DCPOT FOR BOSt OP
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
could bo need by the Senators. Such
an arrangement Is not desired by the
majority of the Senators It It can be
Tho large ofllre now used by the De
partment of Public WorkH seems to at
tract the "evil cyo" of tho Senate ns
the most convenient for their use, It
being In close touch wllh the rtepro
iieulntlveB. In the hope or steminliiK the rapidly
liicie.iBlni; number or suicides, Gencinl
llootli has opened an niitl-sulcldo bit
lean, where sympathetic and sensible
iidvlco will bo given to despairing per
.!44fa1t& AUjj'j. JLU4U.4ri&,, fa t nfri dwfflftT-, --fofcMfc.HiiAnf,,,