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Limited, helnc first duly sworn, on
oath deposes and says: Thnt the fol
lowing Is a true nnd correct stnte
tnent or me circumuon .or u.e
ending Friday. Feb. lBtti. 190.. of
tne uany nnu cckij- r.mi.on ui u".bcn(.flt tlint , de,e duantity.
Kvenlng llulletln: There may be nn element of doubt
Circulation of Evening Bulletin regarding whnt Intentions our (idv
Saturday, Feb, 0 2615 j eminent and our people hno for tho
Mondny, Feb. 11 2384 future of tho Philippine, but there
Tnflnv. TVh. 12 2377 Iv mil n li!tt1ne nf n linuAllilllte thnt
Wednesday, Feb. 13 2358 1
Thursday, Feb. 14 2363 thought for the Territory of Hawaii
Friday, Feb. 15 2376 1 than Its more perfect Anierlcniilzii-
Average daily circulation ... .2412, t ion. It will not accept the theory or
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin 'the practise of Oriental exploitation
Tuesday, Feb. 12th, 1907 2542 of these Islands, nlthough with the
Number of weeklies delivered on j limited knowledge which we now
the Island of Hawaii alone... 1 104 l.ne the course of events may point
Combined guaranteed average to a variety of conclusions,
circulation 405-1 N'or l there good ground for the
BULLETIN I'l'llLlSHINO CO.. LTD., innuendo of n section of the local
by C. O. 1IOCKUS,
Subscribed nnd wnrn n he-
fore me this 16th day of
SEAL February, Anno Domini,
P. II. ni'ItNBTTR.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
.FEII. 19, 19u7
NAVAL GUESTS WELCOME.
Japan Is very much to the front In
Hawaii these days. And In n man
ner which has not nlways called for
perfect unanimity of opinion.
We enn nil ngrec, however, that
the people of this city nnd the Terri
tory at large lack nothing of tho
characteristic warmth in the greet
ing extended to the officers and men
of the visiting wnrshlps of the Jap
Notwithstanding the freedom with
which trouble has been discussed
these ships come as the friendly rep
resentatives of a friendly nation nnd
with the express purpose of giving
.greater renllty to the good-will which
exists between the United Stntcs and
The city Is open to the visitors,
rnd while they may possibly he more
generally enterminea oy ineir own i
Tiennli. resident In the Islands, thd I
cordiality of American citizens will'
not be thereby lessened. Entertain
ment of the navnl representatives of
nil nations is Honolulu's specialty.
As the reprete'ntntlves of n nation
thnt tins won honor In nil lines of
progress. Honolulu bids Its guests a
THAT MASS MEETING.
In contemplating the moss meeting
of Japanese held last evening In this
city, It Is well to recall that there are
now in this city ftCO Japanese citi
zens booked to take passage on
kteamer Mongolia for the main).
in violation of tho passport? Issued
them by the Japanese Government.
And nearly as many nio:c who ex
pected to leave for th mainland by
the next trip ot the steamship Ala
uedn. This accounts for fully fie thou
Mind persons whose plums have been
upset by the new law passed by Con
gress concerning the Immigration of
Add to this the hotel-keepers who
have made n business ot this under
ground traffic to tho mainland, also
the professional agitators soma of
whom are so close to the United
States Court that the people arc be
ginning to sit up and inke notice, nnd
you have tho crowd which voiced n
sentiment which Is, to say the least,
Ill-advised for foreign residents of a
country If not an absolute discour
tesy nnd nffront.
The reputnble business men of tho
Japanese colony were not In evldcnco
nt the meeting. And It Is fortunnte
for the good name of the Japanese
people In this Territory that this Is
The conclusion reached by the Jap
anese Government and' the United
States Government, in dealing with
the vexed immigration question and
treaty obligations, contains much
that Is enigmatic to Hawaii.
We nre far from the source of In
formation, and If we were next-door
neighbors, tbe matters Involved are
lit kill It fnprrnrliltm International
lniMirt Unit It In my ttoiibtf ill II
Unlit nti the Intimate details would
on Itifornui t Ion ti ml belief I lien-
l,,r). u-rtnlu facts of which wo tuny
((.r coiilldent. Thcio In mi doubt
Unit President Itiswewlt In nil astute
,M,llt, ,, ilvUmai UI1j ) lmt
liieklliK In Americanism, III" lepu-
tntloti ha become world wide, mi It
' It nt least Ill-judged tor tils country
men In 1 la wall to suggest tliut lie ha
sacrlllccd nny American Intel cut for)
n iiiewt of iHitluge. i
There la no reason to liellevc that
tho JHtuueite (lot eminent tuiea to
j i -u . . i'. .., u v .-j
n nn in lint if ii ni trru in ii
numlierii to nny other ectlon of the I
orld than Mnnchurla, which It tnuntj
r...lf.. ..ltl. n !. !... If 1 1 I. .. !
fortify with n population If It Is to'iind Americana us have no coulldencu
keep the dealrcd hold on thnt coun
It la highly Improbable that the
President or tho tfenntc tins ndoptcd
nny course of leglslntlon except such
an Is acceptable to the high coiitrnct
lug party on the other side of the
It Is not within the runge of ptob
abilities that the United States (lov
eminent has accepted the unusual
theory of exclusion for any of Its clt'
Uellll fr(im nny ,,ort f tlc Ribe,
wlUl0Ut having secured n reciprocal
the (lovemment has uny other
press to the effect thnt the planta
tion Interests of the Islands, now lim
ing nn open nnd stable market for
Japanese Inbor, will proceed to lower
wages and cut out the European Im
migration movement ko well begun.
The facts of the future nre mere like
ly to prove that the lenders of local
industry will accept the opportunity
r to strengthen their financial position
i nnd make permanent the European
supply of families, the adult members
of which will settle on our lands and
make homes while obtaining employ
ment for which they are specialty tit
led on the plantations. There nre ns
ninny fools nnd short-sighted men
among the critics as In the lists of
those who have nil to lose mid noth
ing to win by Hying In the fnco of
Stranger things tould happen than
that this new arrangement between
our country nnd Japan mnro firmly
cements the friendship nnd perfect
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PRESENT ACTIVITY.
leaving by S.S. KINAU Tuesday,
Feby. 10th. Returning by same ves
sel Saturday, Feb. 23rd; the round
trip costs only $40.00.
leaving as above and returning by
S.S. MAUNA L0A Friday, Mch. 1st,
the round trip costs only $60.00.
Real Estate Dep't,
Liliha Street $50.00
Makiki Street $30.00
McCully Street $22.50
Eeretania Street . $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Beretania Street $16.00
King Street $30.00
Nuuanu Street $50.00
Nuuanu Street $30.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Thurston Avenue $42.00
Beretania Street $25.00
House at College Hills; beautiful
view of mountain and sea; complete
ly furnished'; telephone included, per
Waikiki beach for 3 months be
ginning July, per month. . .$75.00
Large residence, completely fur
nished for 1 or 2 yean; possession
June; per month $100.00
Henri Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Owner Fort anl Merchant Sts
iiitilnrklniiilliiir ttiiit linn ittlil.nl tip
twecii them, nti it which r I en I oil u fit
tuition nniotiiitliiK tn nil nlllitnto diir
ling Japan's recent wnr with IIiimIii,
...... -111.... I- .... I ...
One supposition Ik ns good as an
idher fur the person In llnwull tunic
jtiuiiliitcd with the diplomatic cone-
siMindeiirc III tliu mutter
What we kmnv l, that Immediate I
ly follow lug tho notion Ii)- Congress
the reports from Japan, far from vole
lug Ulafutor. Indicate u quick accept-1(
mice of the situation: that Japanese
"lllieti traveling on passports Issued
to them by their Oovcrnuient for
wnll, must May In llnwnll and keep
faith with their (loverument; (hntUtnntfally nil the plate glnns that In
llit hplllRervnt and critical talk In,
lonllnecl nlniimt exrltmlvcl)' to llono -
lulu mid tomes from mich .Inpancne
fl Oil ( liiufliinna tiat lit Co lilt fitll fl 1nllt
lu their own (loveriiments,
19 HONOLULU WEATHER X
Temperatures 0 n. in., C9; 8 a. til,
73; 10 a. m., 71; noon, 74; morning
Ilnroineter, S n. in., S0.lt; nbsolire
humidity, 8 n. m., fi.ooii grains per
cubic foot; iclntlve humidity, 8 n. in
f.7 per cent: dew lioliit, 8 ii.tin., 67.
wiiiii-i. n. in., veiocny h. uireciioii .
K.i 8n. m.
l..nll(. in .llcullln.. K 1. . '
10 n. in., velocity 8, direction I
velocity 9, direction K.
Itiilufall during 21 hours ended 8 a,
Total wind movement during 21
Iioiiih ended nt noon, 211 miles.
Wit. II. STOCKMAN.
Scctlon Wwclor. V. S. Weather iturcau.
X BAND CONCERT X
There will be n moonlight band con
cert by special permission, tonight lit
Tliomas Sipiaie, at 7:30. Program fol
lows; PAHT I.
March "Spirit of Liberty'
Overture "Popular Airs"
Ilnlliul ".Moon nnd Coon"
Selection "The Winner"
Vocal Hawaiian Songs, .nr. by Ilerger
Selection "It Happened In Nord-
Intermezzo "Oeorgln Sunset" ..Drown
Finnic "Molokamn" Ilerger
"Tlitr Star Spangled Uanncr.'
WORD FROM KUIIIO
(Continued from Page 1)
Liberal to Hawaii
Many members and newspaper men
here comment on the liberal sum giv
en to Hawaii In the Itlver and Har
bor bill. As n convenient compari
son, the wealthy Stnte of Connecticut,
with a largo number of harbors, boast
of thelr'succcss In securing a total ot
$000,000. which Is only three-fourths
of our own sum.
The unsuccessful efforts made by a
strong Mississippi Valley combination
to secure amendments nnd Increases
In the itlver nnd Harbor bill and the
equally futile effort of Mr. Dalzetl to
secure an additional lock and dam In
the upper Ohio river, show how little
can ever be secured In appropriations
by any fight on the floor of the House.
Sir. Dalzell quoted the following j-p-mnrkablo
facts In support of his
"The Plttsbtng district produces
$700 will buy home
in Nuuanu Valley
THREE CASES OF THE
reached us by the Alameda.
You know the name and all
it stands for
STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND
ALL OF THE BEST.
In this lot will be found all
qualities from the cheapest to
IN WHITE ONLY.
The Kind You Like.
No Other Competes.
PHONE MAIN 197.
ll1" "' -"" ''llnir I
liuttm lirtu ninl t...l llinii nlllipr f t rin I
llrlliiln, Itumla, 1'inncc, Austria t Inn
gnry, or llelgltitu. The Pittsburg dia
I trlit trohic-n more steel rnlta than
'..Ill fl II.. I.. ..- ,-...
cither (Icrmnny, Itusslii, or France,
Tim 1'lttshurg district produce more
petroleum tliim Aimlrln, Riiinntrn,
(.allium, mill Jinn combined; mure
than nil rmintrleii romtiliieil save only
the rent of the Unltcil State nml
I Kusslii, Pennsylvania makes CO per
cut, of nil the coke produced In the
I lilted Stale.
"Almost every ton nf thnt roko
lln-iccmes from the Pittsburg district.
Pittsburg manufacturer make sub
matlo lu tho Unltcil Atntei. They
l.uve Invented In thnt great Iniluitry
.ner $30,000,000. IMttabtitR mnkea
I lititt n atimiii linn I !... .Ad (linn nil llin
mote structural shapes than nil the
rest of the United Htntes put togeth
er. It makes more tubing than nil
the rest of the United States; It
mikes more tin pinto thnn nil til
rest of the United States; It nink.U
more crucible steel than all the rest
ot the United States. Let tne tell you
what that amounts to. The tonnage
of Pittsburg Inst yenr exceeded the
tc till combined tonnage of five ot the
world's great ports New York, Ixin
don, Liverpool, Hamburg, nnd Ant-
wrl, ,, ........i ng, vp.,r ti1B nmn,,
Ing llguie of 123,000,000 tons."
Uselessness of Oratory
I have quoted this to show thnt It
n mm of Mr. D.ilzell'a exceptional'
..blllty. with 1.1s strong position as a'
party leader, nnd with such nrgu-
ments to support his claims, Is yet I
defented by n vote of over two to one.
en his amendment, how foolish and
useless it would bo for nny Terrlto-I
rial Delegate to attempt to get appro- R "cw scneuuie or prices will be fixed
prlatlons by amendments of speeches ' ;vl,lc,h ll '" I'opeil will make the depart
made on the floor of the House. The . ",c4,llJ5! f?"1. I!.'.
. ... m ,
iresent organization of Congress.
should make It clear to any thought-,
nil person that the real business of dents of Upper Niiuniiu street nnd re
Hawaii's Delegate for years to come! ten ed to the proper committee for re-
will consist of committee and person-
ul work, nnd not in speech-making.
Very truly yours.
Delegate to Congress.
The prognss of the cuso of the
United Stntea vs. the "Lumber Trust '
continue this morning In the Federal
Court tbe evidence being taken before
U. S. Commissioner Hatch, but noth
ing sensational evolved. The most In
teresting feature was when U. S. Dis
trict Attorney ilreckons announc-d
thnt unless the receipts and bills whlcn
he had ordered produced by Jack I.uui.'
were brought into court, he would Im
mediately prcpaie the papers for tho
ex-Supervisor's committment to Jail
for contempt uf court. There turned
out to be no need for this, however, in
Lucas brought n number of the paper!
asked for Into court this morning uin)
stated thnt uny others needed could In
obtained Iroin tils bookkeeper.
.Superintendent Uallentyne, of thu
Hupld Transit Co., was again put on
the island and was questioned lu re
tard to certain shiploads of lumber
which he bought for his company on
the Coast. His testimony was some
what negatived by the fact that lin
btntcd that he bought a good ileal of
this lumber on the Coast because bo
was uiiuhli) to get certain kinds of mill
work done here, and also that he
could not get the poles thut be needed
here lu siilllelent quantity.
Jack Lucas was on the stand for the
prosecution jesterday afternoon and
proved to be a most unsatisfactory wit
ness for the Government, though 1m
was very entertaining. That he warn
'by no menus prejudiced In favor of tho
iiovernmcut was quickly shown by the
character of his replies.
Tbe fart that the firms hero nil have
practically the same prices for dieir
lumber was shown without trouble us
the schedules which ure sent by the
different firms are all alike.
An adjournment wns taken nt 11
o'clock till 1:30 p. in. In .order thnt
more witnesses might be brought In.
Either Contractor Craig or Contractor
Ouderklrk will be placed on the stand
. ' - : "T 1 11 v 1
L. J.'i J
The Meal Department
Opens at 6.30 a.m.
Closes at 8 p.m.
In the future, our meal hours will ex
tend from 6:30 a. m. to 8 p. m., but
LARGE PARTIES ACC0MM0DA
TI0NS CAN BE ARRANGED FOR
A LATER HOUR. o
TUT IN ITINd
Their Scrap The Only
Life In Meeting Of
A most Interesting little verbal dis
pute occurred Inst night In the Super
visors' meeting, livening up what
would have been otherwise a dull set-
l.lon. A report was presented by
Messrs. Fern nnd Archer, acting as a
committee, In reference to the collec
tion ot taxes from county employees
The rciorl recommended that the road
department collect tho sums due as
taxes, from the wages ot the men,
Frank Harvey protested against this.
saying that the county had no right
to Interfere In what was n matter sole
ly between the men nnd (he Territory.
Archer proceeded to get very Indig
nant nnd tried to roast Harvey In terms
that were not exactly parliamentary.
Harvey Is hardly the man to take any
talk of this kind from Archer and re
plied lu a way that made Archer still
more Indignant. The matter was fln
""' closed by Chairman Hiistacc In-
""""S lna ll V "'"'" Archer had
" 't "J" ."v, '?"''
The committee on garbage rato.1
made Its report und, in iiccordnnco
with Its recommendations nflcr n con-
ijlltatlun with Superintendent Hollo-
w"' ot the Public Works Department,
ytaiHUli IUI IIIU 1 1 IKl It 1 1 1! I I'll I Ul IUIIT
Incandescent el-ctrl- ili-l.t. ,., i..i.
Une wns received from several rest-
P"". A petition for the repair of tht
old llench Itoad from John Enn Ho.id
to 1811 Hcacli Itoad. wns received and
turned over to the Itoad Committee.
A letter wns read from Dr. Muriiiieo.
noting French consul, thanking til
county otllrers for the good treatment
which the cruiser Cat I nut had received
at their bands during her slay in this
port. The communication was ord
The loan of n ttentn roller for the
purpose of making certain repairs on
the road between Iwllel nnd the ltnll
rouil dock Wis grunted to George P.
Dciilson. the r.illruud superintendent,
on his piomlse to tnke good care of
the roller and furnish his own fuel.
The subject of "Lake" Allen was
once more brought up, the Hoard ot
Health having declared the Makikt
ditch a nuisance. The Siinervlsnrs term
Ptlll lltllllitn tri whftrn tl.av tt'ar. M. I
sponsible for the pumping out of water
that collected on private property and
took no action. In order to make per
manent repairs on the Mnklki ditch it
large amount of money will be neces
sary according to the report made by-
Sam Johnson on the cost of a cement
The Hoard was asked that the con
certs being given nt the Knllhl pump
ing btutlou be abandoned for the pros
put unless another place could be found
for them as the lawn there was rapidly
being destroyed. It was suggested that
the lllsliop Kstnte might furnish n site
tor concerts In the future.
The report of Fire Chief Thurston
(.bowed that damage to the amount of
fl hud been done in the city l.v fire'
during the month of Jnnunrv. sheriff
laiikea stated Hint Pre,! "Wpi.iI n-nnlii .
bo relieved of his work ns llnwallun In -
lerpreter nt the end of the present
Whlle under the jiollce head Chair-
ninn nusuice suited tlint lie would re-
M...-oi. .minn iirum J1U111V UI1U rem IU
Live 1111 tbe commissions wl.lel, tl,Bv
beld iih sjm-cIiiI officers.
Supervisor Harvey made a decided
protest In regard to the committee re-
ports und naked thnt they be handed
in hereufter In written form. He said
Unit he wus asked continually on tho
streets what was being done by tho
noaru 01 supervisors unu not Iiuvliib vault, proviutnj screening ami iron
heard the committee reports wns nn- bars for certain windows, grading and
able to give the desired Information, tilling of lot, and running road and
He said that he wanted to see a re- walks at the Honolulu Immigration
form In this part of the Hoard's work. Station. Particulars as to limitations
Supervisor Dwlght, of the Road, Com- governing bidders may be obtained up
mtttee, mnde a second plea for mote on application to Raymond C. Drown,
money wjth which to make the road Inspector In Charge.
cpairn. which are still left undono 30.20 Feb. 19. 21, 23.
A Large Shipment of These Candies, Known the World
Over for Their Superior Quality and Their Delicious Fla
vor Has Just Been Received. Pure Jersey Cream from
the Alexander Young Hotel Ranch is used in OUR ICE
We Make a Specialty
IN SUPPLYING FAMILIES WITH
Bread, Pies and Cakes, etc.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
W2-W4 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN SOS.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PINE WINES A LIQUORS.
from the storm of three weeks ago
He was told that there wns no money
to be given and tnnt when the Board
did not have It, It could not give.
The meeting adjourned till next Mon
day evening at 7:30.
Theresa Wilcox appeared In a new
rolo this morning In Judge Lindsay's
court, where she ncted ns her own at
torney In the case of Lylc A. Dickey
vs. W. II. Ciimnilngs. The suit Is one
over the title to some land nnd The
resa claims that she lias a deed which
aIiows that she bought the land In
NEW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd.
At the Annual Meeting of the
stockholders of Macfarlane & Co.,
Ltd held on tho 8th day of Fcbru-
I.,-,. ion? ti, c.nn-i,i,- nira wnm
' i ',,, , u,v ,,. ,i. ,.,nnD.
Dec. 31st, 1007:
President William Lishman
H. R. Macfarlane
, Secretary and Treasurer....
H. R. Macfarlane, Jr.
Auditor C. W. Macfarlane
The above named together with U.
W. Macfarlane, constitute tho Hoard
II. It. MACFAIILANB, JR..
3C20-3t Sec. & Trcns.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. F. & A. M.
Members of Hawaiian l.odge no. -i
F. & A. M., are requested to meet at
the Masonic Temple tomorrow (Feb
AA .. r.n..,s.n nt ft ..'tlrwlf fnr tllf
I .,,, of attending the funeral ot
our late Hrothcr Andrew Drown,
Members of Pacific nnd Oceanic
Lodges und all sojourning Urotbers
are Invited to attend.
Hy order Hobt. Hair, W. M.
Aloha Temple. A. A. O. ii. Bl. o,
1 The funeral of the late Andrew
llrown. Past Illustrious Potentate of
I Aloha Temple, will be held In MnBon-
ic Tenililo tomorrow (Wednesday) nf-
ternoon nt 3 o'clock. Hawaiian
. , .... , , -,,,,- f tltn unrv.l
l-dge will bo In chnrgo of tho serv-
Ices Nobles will please tnke notice.
SCl'O-lt I'BIt OKDEK.
SEALED PIIOPOSALS will be re
reived at this ottlce up to 2 p. in. on
Tuesday. March 12, 1907, nnd then
opened, for construction of fire proof
question from dimming for $800.
Dickey Is putting up the claim thnt
the deed Is foiged nnd thnt further
more the slgnnturc of William L. Pet
erson, the notary, which Is affixed to
the deed, Is also n forgery. The case
wilt go on this afternoon.
The Weekly Edition of ta Evening
Bulletin giver a complete summary ot
the nwwa of the da. Par 1 a yar.
We now have a beautiful stock of
CHINESE JADE JEWELRY, entirely
oriental in workmanship and made of
Pure Gold 4-kt. fine.
We invite your inspection of our
Large Stock of
RINGS. PINS. BROOCHES,
The Workmanship Will Bear the
H. F. Wichman&.Co.
Serial Story No. 8
Most nice shirtwaists worn in this
country are thin and delicate, with
'lr. nirrHnn It ,'. u-A j .
lace insertions. It is hard to find a
laundry with reasonable prices that
does satisfactory work on shirtwaists.
Very often the waist is returned
not properly starched and the lace is
ironed flat and folded over at the
edges and all sealed down with
starch. This makes a beautiful hand
worked waist look like au old fifty
cent stock waist.
The Hartman Steam Laundry em
ploys Hawaiian women to starch and
iron all shirtwaists by hand. These
girls do nothing else. We see to' it
that they do them the way you want
Our prices for shirtwaists are from,
80 to 60 cents each.
Phone for our wagon to call.
PHONE MAIN 484.
The First of the Year
merchant! and all othera wilt want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTAND8, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have Juit received
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. Aa we are closing out our 8T0CK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
1268 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sawing machines for salt.
TEL. MAIN 117.
Small and Medium Olzes, Complete,
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Noa. 44.50 King St, Kntaey Block, bet.
Nuuanu and Smith Sts.; Tel. Main 1B.
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