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RVEN1N0 BUIXBHN. HOM0L0I.U, T II . MONDAY. APnili 22, 1907.
Published Every Day Except Stundy,
at KU hlug Sheet Honolulu,
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Limited, bolng first duly sworn, on
oath deposm ami says: That the fol
.owlng Is a truo and correct state-
moot of the circulation for the mV
ending nuinv. A...H nil.. I'".7. ..r
lUr Dally and Weekly lMItlons i
IB of tlie
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Apr. 13.. .. 2G08
Apr. 15 ... . 23G7
Apr. 1C 2372
Apr. 17 2363
Apr. 18 232G
Apr. 10 2390
Average daily circulation 240-1
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Tuesday. Apr. 1G. 1907 2G20
Number of weeklies delivered on
Island of Hawaii alone . ..1148
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Notnry Public, I'lrst Judicial Circuit
.Al'Itll. 'ii, 11107,
lick gate Kiihlo has alvvnH been a
U-utl r or his people and Is pow- lending
T Illusion's Ishmnellte li the nose. Tho
variety or changes now rung on tho
Delegated good iiunlltlcs filiulsli nil
exlllbltla.ii or Tbnistoii trying In bo
8HR1NERS AND LOS ANGELES.
Honolulu H returning tho compll
meni of viirl'ius Southern California
ilsltatlons h sending n hearty lot of
hurdlers to tin Conclave to bo held III
These .omrr men u man is n old
BK he feels tire ropioseiitntlvo of tlio
progressive spirit of the Ut) of Hi
luln nnd we have no doubt will enjoy
Iheimelves, us the Lot Augelens luivo
lu Hawaii, Honolulu submits them to
the tender mercies or the Los Augele-i
loplo with n seuso or ubsolulo oonll
ilenco.ln their i-.ifoty.
Whether thli trip nccoinpllshos any
direct losult for thn bl'tiellt or M iv. nil
nnd l.oa Angeles must be lUuied out
Although tlio Shtlno Is -i poworrul
liiatltiillon, our rrlends In Loh An ;oles
Lliould recall that It would be dlllUult
Io nrauso the ontliiisiasm nicephiuj to
ftart tills pilgrimage, ir Honolulu woio
not thoroughly moused In the value or
rloEor relations with (ho melroiiolls ol
Slirluors cany llnuall'a Aloha to
MONEY FOR NEW SCHOOL
School matteis hnvo occupied n
largo shnro of favorable attention from
tho piesout Leglslntuie. Krom nil In
dleattnus tho teachers me In bo dealt
with fairly lu I ho salary nppinpilnllnii
nnd tho uinouiit provided for geiieial
administration will bo Milllclent for
Tho married teachers' hill has been
laid low nnd tho pension bill Is in
ttbcjaiKO. Tho llullotln Is very much
luluympalliy with the pension iiicasuio,
which iosIb Hie Tenltor) piaellcally
l.olhlng and gives the teacher un op
portuuity to pmvldo for advancing
cars, and not out of sympathy with
Iho mauled leacheiu' bill. If pioperh
Necessary legislative work for pub
lie schools will not be complete, how
ever, until piovlslou Is mudo for the
(oiistructlou or new hthoul houses on
this and other Islnmls.
Unless tho public, school K)slem of
Iho Tcirltory Is to bo conducted with
n vlaw to building up pilvnto Institu
tions, It In mandatory that u new build
tug ho elected 'for the Honolulu High
School. Propel accommodation for
tho pupils of .Maul calls for it largo
now school houso in tlio vicinity or
Pala. Kniuil nnd Hawaii cadi iequio
Khoul lioiiEus for tho Increasing mini
hor of pupils.
That tho tchool children or this Tci
rllory should bo comfoitnhly housed Is
nut open tu argument. Holies of tho
Hlono ago hnvo it monopoly of tho ir
gutuout that uuy shack lb good enough
lor ,1 b( hool lioiiso. Auioileau pilucl
pin win in oi look Homo things, hut It
liuvui admits neglect of tho public:
schools, And it Is nut fair to link cliil-
'ion in attend schools t li.it nrc me-
ch.tulctill) deficient In seating iapac
lt. ami gcncial equipment,
In Honolulu." the High School build
lughomo or tho highest educational
Institution of tho public school system
la rull to oet Honing, Next ear will
find It literally overflowing nnd dill
i'lcn turned nwnj or glwti accommoda
tion!) titular tho trees lu the ynrd.
This Is the Institution that 1Kb our
joiing men nnd women for tho Cob
leges and Universities of tho main
land It will be tho feeder for the now
College of ARIIetilturo and .Mceluililc
Arts or Iluwnll. The Terrltoilnl i:xec
nlho has provided n slto for u new
Tli Legislature should do n well by
the hlRhest grndo of tho public school
ns It lias done for higher education lu
establishing n college. The eollego
will be iisulosa uuleHK thn rehools hack
or It urn utile to fiilllll all tho ilemandil
mndi' upon them. Ample mom nnd
compute equipment nii'.ui n gioat deal
III tills eiiiineetloii
'I hu ki sslwi In nou Hearing mi en I
Lit fill pulilli school ii cord bo lotllid
id inn so Hun H mi, i. lie said tint, tlio
liieinbeis carried out .1 public school
IKilli as in.vlv ixriict ns nny Ltgls-
ll.lll" ' un Mi'H'o
pui ipiiiiii i , 'lu school houses,
0 ARA HI U$ R FS
Vjufiii'in ! HWUI.W
The roprckenlnllu of the Ileut-st
papers In Honolulu m-ciiik to be lu
liouble lie went nut III u launch tills
morning uud boarded the Siberia us
she umh Ivlng olT Hie harbor. Ah all
I l.i- outgoing ships luo been imtere 1 1
mule - iiu.ir.iutliie Io the Marino llospl
lal Siuvli-e mi ncenunl or the fact that
thou- lire mfi cllnus illsi-iiM-a iibi-u.id nil
this Island, the iiowHi.iionn:in found
blmseir lu trouble ajid when he at
leuipled to lei w Hie rhlp wns detain-
'I'll" Inlliiilice or the Hearst papers
was Immedlatel.', IiioiikIiI to bear ami
i l0) was sent hKiimlng over the i It)'
In u hack to llnd Di. Cnfer. the Chlel
()iiuriintluu Olireei that the riiiri-Hsin
i' ill's release nilghl be elTi cleil. Tht-i
was done lu short oilier. Tint the nt
rnlr Is not over ns el. Aic'nrdlng In
I ho custom lu such (arcs tho matter
hiiH Ik en laid Ikioio I'. S Dl.tllet At
lorue) llioekom for Inxesllgnlloii.
When ipieslloiiod ns In the couiho
vv tilt Ii ho would pur&uo In the matter,
the District Attorney said:
"I really do not taio to tall: till I
lao had u chance In Investigate the
mailer I do not know vet whether
Mr Ivldd, whom I piesume vou mean
Ii) the Hearst coiiesHiudent, went out
lu u tloveinmeut launch or not. I du
not know whether somo f!neinnient
rtllclnl gave him permission In go on
board If this last was dnno It would
put an end I" tho matter nt onru,"
A lather unusual fenturo or tho case
nhlch may explain how tlio newspaper
mail went on board by nilstnko Is tho
Inet Hint the Hllierla did not fly her
ipiarunlluo Hag when sho camo in to
the dock. Her ling was Hying till sho
hud been passed bj tho doctors nnd
was then pulled doun, w Hereupon tho
lopoiter went up tho gungwny, us Is
tho custom when hoarding n vessel
outside tho liurbor.
i: II Pails or 13. O, Hall & Son.
leaves In thn Slhciln for u business
trip to tho Klntes. .Mr Purls will bu
gone from two In tlueo mouths, le
mming li way of Ijs Angeles. At
Mr. Purls Is secretary or tho Mer
chants' Association mid Secietary of
tho new Coninicicl.il Club, he will nut
urall) bo on wnlch inr new IdenB to ns
List Honolulu ns well us Hnll Ac Sou,
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ON Ftp HEW
Thai prlm-e of western managers,
V .1 Kllefnril, mill lila poiul.ir roui
paii), open ihclr iiuniinl engagement
nt Hie Ornheiiui on 1'ilihiy, April 2Ulh.
lo lias this imi the gtealest (ompau
thai he has ever nlTcrcd to Honolulu
theutie-goers, mid tho list or plays
comprise some ot the leading suti esses
of the last two teusoiis. The roster
c.f the (onipnii) Is ns follouB: Mi In
t'hambiilalii. Mattle l.lnd Lure, Anna
Doilgi, Alpha (iuili udo Clarl, True
(Joanlinan, William .Marian, (lenrgv
lleninndex, l.lo.Ml lMwuids, ClaielieC
rergiihon. William Haul, uud Joseph
ltobcrls A speilal featuie is the villi
ilevllle bet worn ails headed bv tlio
clever thlld duo, the OsIhiiii childieu'
spetl.il scenery uud eflitls Is tarried
lur eaeli jiiodueHou.
PURE T00D IAW
Tho Department or Agriculture nt
Washington Is receiving thousands nT
inquiries concerning the administra
tion of tho Pure I'nod.I.aw. The III
(.Ulrica are so numeious that nn at
tempt to answer them lu detail has
l-ccn abandoned and u general state
ment has been compiled, lu this
sVttcnient It Is said:
All nianuratlureis nnd dealers hnvo
copies ot tho Invv uud regulations or
ran i-ecure them und study them
carefully, Knch uiuuiifncturor und
denier should conduct his business as
nearly us possible In harmony with
the law ns he Interprets It. Whfii
tucli particular problem involved
rim lies it lolutlou in this Depart
ment, It Is hoped It will be found
Hint Hid maniifiK ttners und Jobbers !
have coino also to ii similar decision
In the matter. Public notice will bo
given or each decision us It Is Issued,
that the manufacturers and dealers
may hu Informed nnd bo ublo nt onci
Io place themselves lu linn with the'
ilccUlnnB of thn Department.
The Department will use every en-'
denvor to iritch prompt decisions, but
must take time, to collect the racU
und subject them to n proper study:
otherwise thn decisions would not
have Iho value which should attaeli
Io I hem in Important mullets affect
ing the execution or the law.
On tho proposed trip or President
Itoobevelt to the Jamestown Kxprnd
tlou, which will upon nn the 2f lust.,
the President will mil Into requisition
Iho jmht Ma)llower, which will bo
the home or himself and family during
their sta) nt tlio fair.
Have YOU been waiting for a pair of
We have them now; the KAYSER
GLOVES, the kind that wear.
Wo have the 20-button length in
Black and White, and the 16-button
length in Black, White and Colors.
Wc also have a full line of short
flloves in both Silk and Lisle in Black
White and Colors.
Inn l m
i I flltf JA fllr at aT af
Krom tlio present 'nppenranecs the
trouble In the Hong Wo flook Society
will be completely ended on Tuesday
uud tho result will bo that tho society
will bo disbanded nnd tho money turn
ed over to the hospltnl for usu of needy
Chinese. This decision wns effected nt
.t meeting of the icprcst motives of the
two ructions and their attorneys lu tho
lllco of Attorney (Iciiurnl Petcrn o'
It was decided that a committee of
auditors should bo selected by the two
factions to go over tho books nnd if
they were found to be correct every
thing in regard to tho financial innt
tors would ho considered satisfactory.
I' the investigation showod thnt there
v us money missing tho ofllccrs of last
Jcitr nro Io make up Hip sum which Is
not accounted for.
Then came tho ipiestlon or attorneys'
fies uud olio sldo wished In have tho
Hong Wo (look Society pay them whlto
'I ho others wanted each fucllnu to pay
for lis own Inwvcrs. Tho dlsputo be
came rather warm and was nettled by
tho Attorney (lenernl, win announced
that ho would forego any fees In tho
case. Ills example wai followed by
Attorney Llghlfonl, thiol juttllng tho
Tho mass meeting which was held
yesterdnj for the pursmo or looking
Into the matter was dispersed by tho
Uilncsn Consul, who announced that
ru ngreement hud been nnlved nt und
Hint on Tuesday n meeting would be
held nt Anlu Park, where it vote would
bo taken on the iiiiestlou or disband
Ing the hoc let)
noveiuor Caller this forenoon sent
the following veto message to tho
Herewith I ictiiin House Kill No.
139, entitled. "An Ait lel.illug to hunt
ing with Ureal ins," which 1 uiii umiblo
This Hill iloen not designate any of
ficial to Itsue the pcrmltH It provides
lor, except by implication, ulncii the
County Tieaaurer U only authorized
to rcfiiso permits in certain cases only.
Nor is it iloar from Iho Hill whether
ii license. If Issued by the Treasurer
of tho County or Oahu, would ho good
mil) lu Oahu or lu nil the (ountles.
'I here Is no I lino limit on the per
mltu nor iiuv prnUnlou for t evoking
iheiii I lie fees ulone appear to be an
nual Kurt lur, llieio Is no provision
" " illsposlllon of Hie fees, the
Hill leaving it lu doubt us to whether
they uio Io go to Hid Territory or Hip
Count), or become it pcioiilslto or t hu
un m mm
m ,aiM mi
A large cinnd c thu e whom , tho
l'odeial Hraud J in y has chaigtd with
violating the laws of Hie Pulled States
appealed before Judge Dole this morn
lug, either In person or by their attor
uejs, mid the oases of mont ot them
were sstpoued until inter dates.
I -co Yong pleuded not guilty to tho
charge of having in his possession
(onntci felt money, nnd his case was
let for trl-il May ti.
II. Yoshldn, convicted or perjury, te
eclved it (.entente or four months' im
prisonment, S100 Hue mid costs of
Iluikiumi Donahiio was unested In
Wulliil.il Saturday and biuiight hail;
lo Honolulu )csteida) by Ollker Joo
leal, who was scut lo Maul for that
purpose when the police had been In
humed uf IKimihtio's location by tho
Bulletin. Leal slates that Donahue
made no nttenipl to get uwuy and stat
ed that hu hud tommltted no cilme,
but had blniply bun owed the money,
K50, fioni Mis. Hogers, on an I,,0. II.
He said hu did not boo how ho could
he jinisecutod lor llils. Tlie money lu
niiestluu had nil been blown In liefoie
the arrest wis nude.
n HONOLULU WEATHER
Apt ii :.
Teniperutuies ii a. in., Ctij s a, ni ,
71: 10 n. m ":'; noon, 13; morning
llaiomcter, S u m .30 00: ubsoluto
humidity, S ii. m 4.17.17 gialns per
cubic foot: relative humidity, S n. in.,
57 per cent; dew point, H a in., B5.
Wind 0 ii, in., velocity 3, dlicelion
N,; 8 u. in., velocity 3, till et Hon U.; 10
it. in., velocity 4, dliectlon N. i:.; noon,
velocity s, direction i. li
Kalufall dm lug J I hours ended 8 n
in., ,00 Inch.
Total wind movement dining 2 1
hours ended ut noun, 140 miles.
WM. H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Jureau.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
J SPORTS I
OeorEO Crozlcr rurntihcd the unex
pected excitement at the Hotel Ilattii
Saturdny nlgnt when ho failed to ap
pear above the water at the unpointed
lime In his Monte Crlsto act. It wasn't
pleasant to think or a man struggling
beneath the water and the crowd got
Hilly Hoc, whose heart t big, though
ho Is nn orulor, reared that Oeorge
wns getting tho worst of it nnd "went
to save him. Hilly got Ills clothes wet
nnd Crozler came out all right. When
Crosier fell Into tlio wnter he went
down lu such a way us to knock his
wind nut. The event finished ult right
without injuiliig Oeorge.
The program of events wns good und
the crowd was kept happy nil the time.
Tho small girls and the small bo)i
furnished it new fealiuu which kept
thn audience Jolly. The ulrls uru very
pretty swimmers, nnd there's nothing
Jollier than n pack ot lx;ys doing stiinK
la the wuter.
Wnllate Cooper wits unfortunately
not un hand for the fifty jnrd dash
with Cunhn. I:vallko and Dodge wem
substituted. They swam a good rntj
which Dodge won.
I'ho 300-ynrd relay rnco between
Oahu College boys nnd iho Diamond
Hind team vviu rust nnd furious from
the bturL At thu opening It looked
like u wulk-over for the Oahu bo) a.
Urudiuill) the Diamond Heads pulled
up until Hie lead on tho flnul lap for
Cunhn In cut down wiih close enough
lu niiike It exciting. Cuiiliu und Dodge
weie lu for Hie last lap. It was so
close it finish that Hie einwd railed It
n IK. Tim iimplio gave It to Oahu
by n nijoe.
I no wuter poio gauio wus a win m
number uud ended In u tie of cine gonl
fur each team. Tlio Diamond Heads
pin) eel better than when they Unit ap
pealed so the Oahu buys nnd tneit
hands full. Tho Diamonds touched u
teeond gual hut It wus not allowed us
Iho man making it held to the rail
slid wns not swimming free.
The mal.e-up of tlio tennis follows-
Oahu College WIHiluglon. Cisip.
cr, Tuwuscud, Haiinlster, 1 itizlcr.
Diamond Heads Itoherlsoli, l.)le,
Cuiiliu, Pnddlgnn, Kwullko, Hechert
O'Urleli, Chllllngworth, Clark, Pons.
STIFF MtljCyil Willi
There will be it hard bowling match
fought out tonight on the Hotel Hatlis
ulleys when the U. II. A. C. team,
headed by dipt. Paul Schmidt runs up
ugaliist tho Globus, lloth teams aro
In better shape than ever nnd a close
Knnie Is looked Tor. The Olohtis are u
more consistent team than the Dia
monds hut the latter nrc n hard com
bination unit capable or putting up A
Tho match will start promptly at Ii
o'clock and a largo crowd or enthus
iasts will he oil hnnd to sco the sport.
Tho Oahu eollego handicap tourney
stnrted Saturday morning und tlio
play resulted as follows: lledeninu
ilcfeutcr (lenr, Wilcox defented Wlch
man, Hitchcock defeated Wllirong,
Tuwncsnnil ilefeatcil Olhson, Liwrey
defeated Ouard, Winter defeated Ken
nedy, Kinsley defeated S. Kennedy,'
Stuck defeated All Lny. In thu second
round Wilcox defeated Hedciuaii,
Tuwncsunil defented Hitchcock, I.ow.
rey deflated Winter.
The balance of the games will i
plaed on next Saturday morning.
The nicmbeis of tho lierctanla Ten
nis Club got together Saturday after
noon mid resolved to liven tho nfrulrs
of tho club by electing new ofllccrs
end making u few- new resolutions,
Tlio ollltcia now urc: President, Dr.
A. C. Wullj vlco president, B. II,
Wndehouse; tieasurer, C. O. Uockus;
secretary, It. II. Itletow; captain ot
tho courts, W. A. Wall; ttustecs, I). P.
It. Iscnherg, D. W. Anderson, 8. S.
Peck. A number ot cups aie to be of
fered for it scries ot handicap tourna
ments and In other wu)s thu old In
terest of thu club is to ho levlvcd.
The annual meeting ot thu Hawaiian
Tennis Association will bo held Wed
nesday iirteiuoou ut 4:30 o'clock at
tlio pacific Tenuis Club courts. Dele
gates from both local clubs will bu
present mid tho dute or the annual
iliamploushlp ovents will bu settled
I .oh Augolos has tul, en a step for
ward by appointing un official rood
bumpier. He lias authority to ontef
nny icstnumnt In that city and sam
ple tlie rood that is being furnished
patrons. It is unlawful for nny per
son to offer for sulo food unfit for
human consumption. A waiter Is
cminlly responsible with the proprie
tor for a violation of tho law. The
maximum fine Is $200 or 100 days
lu Jail or both.
We have marked our Purses and
1 Pocketbooks and everything in our
I Leather Goods away down.
We have a nice line to select from.
CREPE PAPER, all shades.
8PORTINQ GOODS of all descrip
tions. TOY8 for Birthday gifts always on
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