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gVENINO BULLETIN. IIOrJOLTJLtJ. T. H FRIDAY. JAN. 19, 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T H by the
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Entcred at the PoBtoftice at Hono
tnlu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
tary as a valet, and also putting argu
ments In the mouths of Hawaii's ene
mies by striving to Impress the public
that the secretary Is the "employee"
of ccrtnln Interests In the Territory
Any ono 'with average sense can sen
that McClellan alms to warn Honolulu
people, honestly Inclined, against crrorn
of the past. This was hinted at in tliu
Editor! letter for publication which the Del.
'' cate sent to the Bulletin. MiClellnn
in a private leuer euugm iu put m-.
feeling of the Delegate In, more direct
end perhaps more Impressive terms.
Men recking results will take this ad
monition as a kindly suggestion. The
last thing they should court Is any
misunderstanding with the man with
whom they must work.
Delegate Kuhlo is the official rcpre
tentative of the Territory, much ns a
few factionalltts dislike to admit It.
In a measure he has tho whip hand,
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the Dullctln Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and snys: That tho following
Is a true and correct stntoment of cir
culation for tho week ending Janu
ary 12, 1908, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 6 2359
Monday, Jan. 8 2121
Tuesday, Jan. 9 2110
Wednesday, Jan. 10 2113
Thursday, Jan. 11 2106
Friday, Jan. 12 2103
Average Dally Circulation 2153
Circulation, of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 2nd, 1906 2387
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
the Island of Hawaii alone .,..1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
By C. O. DOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to bo
fore mo this 13th day of Jan
"I8EALJ uary, 1900.
V' V. II. BURNETTE.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
4 tinthlnr. Innro mllfvlntr (linn A rnw llpr
) I who Murtcd It.
' Pnssaco of tho rebate bill Is what
No one need fear that Kuhlo will get
too much credit. There ls always a
knocker ready somewhero to claim that
It was Johnny Jones or his sister Sue
who did all tho work. The same will
bo true of Hatch's relation to the work
and even of the business delegate
who may loam lots of things In their
trip to the national capltol.
It Is far better to drop tho small
things constantly coming up to befog
tho Issue. Stick to tho text that Ha
vail knows no such word as fall and
will accept no compromise. Also that
1 law nil Intends to work through it
Delegate, and If any misunderstandings
litno arisen tho seuslblo men of Ha
waii refuse to mako them worse by
making fares and calling names bcfoio
the assembled Congress and for the bcu
cflt of Hawaii's enemies.
in looking over trie following list, remember that the regular prices are
exceptionally low for these goods, so that every cent off Is a cent saved
to the purchaser.
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and will satisfy the most exacting demands as to wear and appearance.
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WILL LEAVE TOMORROW MORN
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A LARGE NUMBER OF
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices much below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
' The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe.
dally favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
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HAWAII DOES WELL
(Continued from Page 1.)
she has profited by the support of His
ontlre South In tho protection of that
industry merely by tho bond of sym
pathy between her nnd tho remaining
Southern States In other matters
It Hawaii had aligned herself openly
and publicly with these other common
Interests, contributed her money audi
her sumiort In every honorable was
The pollco think they navo we iaise possible she would thereby havo creat-
alarm specialist. Should they attempt rd a bond of sympathy and mutual sell
to run In all false alarms what a gath- support between her and these great
erlng thero would be. States on the mainland, for which we
I could afford to trade the sympathy and
Bulletin readers will null together, support o a dozen Sereno I'aynes. who.
Not with hammers In ono hand and by the way, has been ngalnst us and
business going to go? With the tin-1
limited area of land available in thu
Philippines harnessed up as It Anally
will be, despite all present protesta
tions to cheap and unlimited Asiatic
labor and tho result Is certain to any
tropical territory forming an Integral
part of the United States.
This talk that tho Philippines aro not
going to raise much sugar or other
products that will do Injury to tho In
dustries of the States and Territories
TO SUDDEN RIGHES
After n short Interview with Judge
brickbats In tho other, Tho people
who can rise above the petty things
Aro tho ones who accomplish results.
our Interests for years past, and even
tho good will if necessary, of tho ad
We want to get In lino with tho agrt
cultural interests of the West and
South and to become one of them, and
Some small boys will doubtless be
hoard saying that Kinney's views on
Philippine free trado aro shaped by hU to miss no opportunity to cement fra
Democratic leaning, such are not mg ternlty and comradeship with tlioin
enough to appreciate that many menl These sugar men In Congress who
can be loyal to the best Interests of the are fighting our fight while we are look'
community In which they live, before
they are partlzans.
Some people can't realize that ad
vancement of Hawaii should be the cen
ter of all effort They prefer to lead off
on tangents that stir up strife and
waste time arguing on how many times
"I told you so." Citizens whose opin
ion Is worth anything know that Mc-i
Clellan Is not the "valet" of Delegate
Kuhlo and Congressman Payne won't
trade alleged opposition to Hawaii's
rebate bill for Hawaii's favor on J'ull
Ipplno frco trade,
PAYNE AND HAWAII
Ing out for a special mess of pottage In
... .... ,. u ,..... ...mo ut i. iu our mourns as 10 our rigi
this 76 per cent revenue measure enn after n special prlvllcgo
Is nonsense. They have got any amount Lindsay. Thomas nirksnn tM mnm.
of land, and they aro harnessed up by -ng found hmsoIf ,0 ho gtr
location Irrevocable to the As otic con- flgan(ll u. Tho t , , ,-
tlnent. and Its unlimited supply of lab- ,ir,i m ...i,i.i , ,,.. W ".
or. and sooner or later tho two will con- ' .,, (T, """ , ' "' "J.."?"
"."' 'L r.?. .V. !.S" !l.E "" eUher have to get to work In a
?.-',:: 7E r .'"" "',.''7"u",,' " 1 ""'I manipulate a delicate
from the Custom House or any other uTZVlZZ,
It Is our part. a. good and true clt- i.0icE J?.,'h. !h.oul.d mnk V.'
lzens of tlils Territory to resist free thMhcrtcd of friends part wlth
rniln Ulllh hn Ihtllnntnl In nnn i-apor.
and out of season, and to put up a fight , ,it" n nPnearf'' More jUdB0
that will win tho good will and the H? .wm r. ,r 1 th.ow ..CR"80
commendation and the protection of wh n0 ?num nl, ho fo,ln1? B"1" of
the great States on the mainland who Xr :. 1 . , .." " 'u"La lo
are now making that fight for them- ' ""-prder to pay his divorced wife
selves and us. and who will certainly J10 a Je,?k monjr. Mrs. Dickson In
condemn us and our policy of closing ncr Peml0I showed that her former
our moutns as to our rights in chasing "" umnuv uuimm, .upn'
Discussing tho nttltudo of tho Hon
orable Sereno I'ayne toward Hawaii,
tho morning paper ilovotcs consider
able Bpaco to a dissertation on tho ad
vantages of Its plea that, In dealing
with Congressional affairs, honesty Is
not tho best policy. Its attempt to
prove that I'ayno's enmity toward Ha.
wail Is prompted by Hawaii's opposi
tion to tho Philippine bill Is not borno
out by facts.
Payne, after passing through hero
last summer, was quoted by tho editor
of tho Dos Moines Dally Capital as op
posed to anything In tho lino of tho re
late schemo. Hawaii had then mado
no movo whatever on tho Philippine
The belief of the paper seems to be
that calling names and repeating "I-told-youso"
a sufficient number of
times constitutes a convincing argu
ment why Hawaii should supinely al
low Its Industrial throat to bo 'cut bo-
cause, If It doesn't, Payne, who was
never a friend, will try to bloek a lo
cal plan recommended by tho Presi
dent, nnd national In Its Bcope of guar
anteeing the prompt fortification ot
this Important outpost.
Tbo ttntlnabulatlons or the hammer
tnay sound attractive to the paper In
Question, but there's llttlo In It to con.
lnco tho active men of tho country
who havo learned that tho cowardly
ineak policy Is not admired In tho
United States Congress.
RUHIOAND THE DELEGATION
For writing a letter, which ho dis
tinctly states ls personal, oittllnlns
the feeling of the Congreeslonal Del
egate, Secretary McClellan has been
emblazoned with tho title, "Tho Del
egate's Valet," by the morning paper
which in Its editorial column cans on
the community to ''pull together."
If McClelldn's personal letter was
an error, the manner ot handling It by
the Individual who received It nnd tho
paper whlih prlntod and commented
on It, was Btupld,
McClellan's letter was evidently writ
ten to give an Idea ot the atmosphere
In Hawaiian circles at Washington. It
Is used In Honolulu as an exhibition
of how a factional twist and small boy
name-calling contest can be brought In
to a situation that Bhould bo free from
such Incidents. Assuming the Dele
gate's secretary erred In his over-loyalty
to his chief, we know of no.good pur
poso Bervcd by .designating tho secro-
nlone defeat our efforts In that dlrec
tlon quite as readily as Payne or the
So far as the rights ot the Philippines
are concerned If they come In as a Tcr
ditory with the restrictions and llm
Uatlons of that status', then Indeed we
can say nothing against frco trado with
them, but ir they are to ho exempr
from Territorial restrictions, then It, in
neither Just or right that they should
f njoy free trade with tho United States,
imd this argument Is not met by hi
satement that Chinese, are to bo ex
cluded and coastwise laws aro to b
extended to tli3 Philippines. Such Inwa
can be unmade as promptly as mndn
when tho proper tlmo comes. Whcreni
In nrceptlng the status ot the Terrltorj
these limitations are rlvetted upon her
beyond tho power of Congress to je
Unless this Philippine bill Is car
rled with a rush beforo tho American
people get fairly thinking upon It. II
never will be carried at all.
Free trade with the Philippines li
going to reach not only Biigar hut ev
ery Incipient Industry In tho Territory.
Where, for Instance, Is the plneapplo
W. A. KINNEY.
Honolulu, Jan. 19, '00.
bio of earning $5 a day, but given to
spending bin- substance In riotous liv
ing. Ho had failed to pay hor lior ali
mony for"jvoraI months past.
K. A. Doutfjltt, who appeared for the
I woman, sahl that there was a heavy
I mortgage;' on her homo and a large
doctor's bill to meet. Mrs. Dickson
(had no means beyond what sho earned
by sowing' and occasional nursing..
Dickson tbld tho Court that bo was
03 years old and unable to do much
work on account of his ago and physi
cal Infirmities. Tud Court said his
appearance Indicated that drink cam-
In the Mongolia mail tomorrow, pa- cd his Infirmities. Dickson said it did
pers for the slgnaturo of the executors not. N
of tho will of tho lato G-ustav Kunst i "Wcro you not convicted of drunk
will go forward to Germany, to com- enness n few weeks ago?" asked Don
plcto tho deal whereby the County ot thltt.
Oahu purchases the Walklkl property i "I was," admitted Dickson,
for a public park. "Whero did vou cot monov to bnv
Hoday $18,000 was deposited In the liquor with. If you had none to give
nan ui nawuii, in escrow, uy mo your wife7" asked Douthltt,
umnty, to bo paid oyer to Attorney , "i didn't buy It," answered Dickson.
ii. .'. tooper, representing mo kuiisc "I wos'trcatcd by friends."
estate Here, when tho deed is returned Tho Court took occasion to glvo
irom uermany properly signed and Dickson a stiff lecture exhorting him
surrendered to the County. t0 mend tho error of his ways. Ho
Although Harry Lewis bought the must nt least pay something towards
property of tho Kunst cstato and Geo. t,o support of his wife nnd children,
riilelcn bought It, of Harry Lewis and nd tho Court would glvo him lust 48
so d to tho County, the matter Is slm- hours in which to nroduco 110 for that
pulled by a direct transfer from the jmrposo, or" he would bo found guilty
Kunst estate to tho County
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It was Impossible for him to obey the
order, but was pleasantly reminded by
tho Judgo ot tho alternative, where
upon ho left tho court room to start
his search for tho Important ten-spot,
Farmer: "Now, you work hero until
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Railway station and Trent A. Co,, or
ring up Haleiwa Hotel, King S3.
On Sundays the Haleiwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returmrlj, in Wee In Honolulu at 10:10
The Pacific Mail S. S. Mongolia, from
the Orient, arrived this morning after
a rough voyage and with a number ot
passengers aboard who ore well known
Owing to the rough weather outside tho
hnrbor the health officers nor the cus
toms house ofllclals boarded tho vessel
until sho tied up at the Hacktcld wliaif.
While, approaching the Hacktcld
wharf the big liner barely escaped col
liding with tho dredger Pacific. A few
minutes later she narowly missed run
ning Into tho bark Kaullanl at the
railroad wharf, waiting for sugar.
The Mongolia left YoRohama one day
lato. The second day out bIio encount
ered unusually rough weather and for
five hours Captain Porter thought It
best to heave to Tho storm was a bad
one, but fortunatfely did not last
long. It was tho worst while It lasted
than some ot the officers had exper
ienced In years No damage resulted.
Tho Mongolia sails for San Francisco
tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. She
will take a large number ot passengers
from this port.
Captain James Itcnnlo. of the S. 8.
Mariposa, captured by the Japanese
during the recent war, Is a passenger
on the ship. Ho Is returning to the
Coast, whero later ho wilt resume tils
duties as a commander ot a vessel for
tho samo company.
For Honolulu thero arc four passen
gers In tho cabin. II. U Spencer and
wife, tourists, making a trip nround
tho world, will remain hero some lime
Mrs. P. Umbten and Miss K, Umbscn,
wlfo and daughter ot the San Fran
cisco real cstato man, will remain lu
Honolulu for a visit.
J. A. Campbell, of New oYrk, one of
the big Importers of silk of the United
States, is a through passenger return
ing homo after a visit to tho Orient
Investigating trado conditions.
Louis Epplngcr, of the Grand Hotel,
Yokohama, ono of tho best known hotel
men In the world, is en route to the
States lor the benefit of his health.
Z. Horlkoshl, another silk merchant,
ls a passenger,
Edwin Morgan, cx-Unltcd States min
ister to Korea, Is en route to the United
State an business affairs. He Is ac
companied by his secretary, W D.
Straight, a well known newspaper man
who lids recently written a number of
articles on tho Orlontal countries.
Mr. Nlshlhara, I. J. N., Is on the Mon
golia pn his way to England In the In
terest of the Japanese navy, Mr. Nl
fchllmra's dtules aro to look after a
number of war vessels being built lu
Captain Itellly, formerly of tho Monl
tara, Is en route to tne States.
Lieut U Salnousky and Lieut. Col,
V. Postnltkov, of tho Itusslan govern
ment, are passengers going to tho Unit
ed States on official business, Tho two
officers recently witnessed borne ot the
terrlblo scene In Russia. Neither one
of them, however, Is Inclined to talk
on tne. subject.
II. L. Simon Is another silk man no
Ing to San FrancUco and tho cast on
T. M. Tyssowskl, who, by tho wny, Is
on American, Is on tho boat returning
uome arter a visit to tho Orient.
J. II, Illlsh, a commander of the
United States navy, is on his wny to
Washington, D. C, for orders.
IL II. Illehr Is making a trip to the
States. During tho recent war between
Japan and Ilussla, Illehr, who Is com
paratively a young fellow, made n for
tunoiby selling Norwegian ships to tho
Japanese government. Ho Is now
worth considerably more than $200.
000. Ho is stopping nt the Moana hotel
Col. W. II. Dlrbeck, n, military expert,
who has been In Manchuria during tho
Russian-Japanese war, Is on board.
V. Appcl, a merchant from Shanghai,
whose business has been effected by the
Chinese boycott fgalnst American
goods, Is returning to the 8tatos to ro
main until a settlement Is mado be
tween the two countries.
V. T. Anderron Is an American min
ing engineer who has been Investigat
ing condition In tho Orient.
W. H. Audrews Is of the firm of An
drews & George, silk Importers of Yo
kohama. He Is going to the States on
Tho Mongolia brought 1213 tons of
cargo for this port. In the stcerago sho
bad 28J porsons, all Japancso with one
or two exceptions. There are four
stowaways aboard, three Japancso and
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CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.,
At The Close Of Business December 31, '1905.
Loans, discounts and over- Capital paid In S 500.000.00
drafts t 912.S95.20 Surplus and profits 79.335.00
Donds and stocks , 27,000,00 Deposits 759.5C0.42
Furniture 4,200.00 Duo to banks 3,882,00
Other assets 30,170.03 .
Due from banks 108,882.46
Cash 259,929.73 '
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going statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
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Subscribed and sworn to beforo ire this 17th day of January, 1900.
HENRY C. IIAPAI,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. II.
DELEGATES TO U8E '
(Continued from Page 1.)
r'orojgn 103 342,500
Total 452 973,279
A comparative statement of tho
quantity and valuo of sugar exported
In ten years Is as follows;
' t Refined.
The domestic products shipped to
non-contiguous territory for tho fiscal
year ending Juno 30, 1905 wcro as follows:
Sugar, raw ..
Coffee, raw ..
KrultB and nuts
Wool, raw ....
- m atffldJITKIN
Tho following totals represent tho
total oxports for tho year ending Juno
Oomostlo merchandise to
or mainland 3C,072,039
Domestic merchandise to
ftrrtlcrn -nuntrtpfl . .....
foreign merchandise to
Foreign merchandise to for
Total . . . J30,174,62C
Tho Imports from tho United States
for tho year named amounted to $11,
C02.b80.00. Tho total valuo of all articles Import
cd from and exported to foreign coun
tries was as follows:
Countries. Imports. Exports
Great Ilrltnln J 305,879 $ 810
mrttish Colonies . .. 514,679 22.C61
Germany , . 544,534
Franco . . 14,007
The BUSINE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per month. Weekly Bulletin,
$1 oer year.
Tho meeting of tho liar Association
tomorrow noon for tho purpose of talc-
84,414 'BR up-tho matter of Judgo Robinson's
193,373 reappointment to tho Circuit bench, Is
21,977 being looked forward to with somo ox
84,092 pcctntlon, although it Is the genoral
63,558 opinion that tho sreso of tho meeting
348,881 will bo strongly In favor of Judgo
uouinson. u is considered almost a
foregone conclusion that tho Bar As
soclatlon'o action will take tho form
of a confirmation of Its previous en
dorsement of tho Judge, s well as
probably a commendation on his char
ictcr. It Is expected that the affidavits
which wero sent by Judgo Robinson to
Senator Perkins ot California reached
Washington today. Thero aro seven
teen affidavits altogether, being ono
from each of tho soven who wero pres
ent at tho "orgy," and ten from mem
bers of tho Jury, tho other two not
having been found In tho hurry la
which tho affidavits wcro mado In or
tier to catch tho steamer
Wbllo Judgo Robinson sent Instruc
tions to Senator Perkins not to pro
sent tho affidavits unless charges had
been mado against him by Governor
Carte.r, it Is still hoped by all tho
Judge's friends that an Investigation
ot tho whole affair will be Instituted
In order to completely vindicate tho
Judgo. Tho discussion as to who has been
endorsed for Judgo Robinson's placo
by aovornor Carter has now dwindled
down to practically only two names,
namely Rabbins B. Anderson and Dis
trict Magistrate Whitney. Anderson
s generally considered tho favorite,
although a rumor has It that Anderson
told a lawyer-friend that ho hod re
fused tho Governor's offer of an en
dorsement, aa ho was reported to havo
refused the same offer on a former oc
casion, on the grounds that ho did not
consider It proper for him to accept
when tho Bar Association had endors
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