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EVBXIXO BULLETIN
Published 12vpry Duy Exoept Sunday
at 120 King Street. Homlulu,
T. II., by the
RULLETIHT PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON, Editor
Knteied at the l'ostodlce at Hono
lulu as second-class mutter.
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, ' )ss:
First Judioial Cirouit.)
C. G. UOCKUS, Business Manager
of the Bulletin Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath deposes and says: That the fol"
lowing is a true and correct state
ment of the circulation for the weolc
ending Friday, August 23, 1907, of
the Daily and Weekly Editions of the
Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Saturday, Aug. 17 .2810
Monday, Aug. 19..... 2670
Tuesday, Aug. 20 2740
Wednesday, Aug. 21 2605
Thursday, Aug. 22 2590
Fr.day, Aug. 2a, . 2610
Average Daily Circulation 2670
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Tuesday, Aug. 20,, 1907 2943
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone.. 1310
Combined guaranteed average
Circulation 5613
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.,
by C. G. BOCKUS,
Business Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 24th day of August,
SEAL) Anno Domini, 1907:
P. H. BtTRNETTE,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit,
FKJDAY
, .A IO. SO, l!ti7.
Jackal Uernulism
when two jackasses i
the prize heehaw.
tits the case
re competing as
t What are YOU going to do about
it f is1. fh.e gjnesVioh Honolulu puts to
each steamship company.
.Now that Jack Atkinson is satis
fied with the Americanization of Ha
waii, the country is safe.
Commissioner Ishli says war be
tween Japan and America is impos
sible. That shows the good effect of
f his stay in Hawaii.
, Now that the police wagon driver
has been suspended, the furious and
heedless driving of the wagon should
ulso be eliminated.
WHEN WILL Honolulu be in con
dition to reap the benefits promised
when distances are shortened by the
trans-isthmian routes?
Honolulu during the last few days
has proved its ability to indulge in
mixtures of summer and winter
weather on short notice.
It is only a matter of having an
other man write the Pearl Harbor
resolution so that the same thing
may be said in different words.
, The awnyig ordinance as finally
passed is an appeal to the moral re
sponsibility of Honolulu, though the
language is that of command. :
Japan is said to 'be teaching the
Chinese, but it seems that Japan's
aggression is not accepted with per
iect good will by the victims of the
reformation.
The Promotion Committee tells us
how many people are anxious to
come to Hawaii. The business men
of Honolulu have it in their power to
say whether there shall be steamers
to bring them.
San Francisco feels no alarm over
the seven deaths from bubonic plague
in that city. Only when there is an
occasional case in Honolulu docs San
Francisco become excited and border
on the "D. T's."
The real reason for San Francisco's
elimination of the voting machine
must be interesting. The claim has
always been made that with the ma
chine, it is impossible to manipulate
the returns.
The United States Congress that
meets next winter will not, want for
object lessons that some change ot
policy is necessary, if ' the American
people intend to keep the American !
flag on the high seas.
The claim is mado that the great
Standard Oil is on the run and fears
for its vry life, as a result of the
Federal prosecutions. Tho common
people will believe It when they see
the dust of the Standard's departure.
Before the International Congress
of School Hygiene, In session at the
Imperial Institute In London, - Ur,
Cronln, of New York, has Just nigui'il .'tinders and people with teurs In Ihelr
tho economic advantage to the state! voice who circulate expensive charity
of free medical nnd dental treatment) proiMisitioiiH In the name- of adver
i'or school children. For his pains he i tlting.
it regarded at the congress as being
far ahead of his time. Now, YorK
World.
All pioneers get the same recep
tion. MERCHANTS AND HOLD-UP
POSITIONS. '
PRO-
When tho 'merchants of 'Honolulu
have settled the affairs of Pearl Har
bor and the Tehuautepec route direct
steamers they tan well afford to turn
their attention to the intimate busi
ness subject of advertising.
At the present time there Is prob
ably no communkyt'of tho country
whose merchants are more frequently
and miye boldly held up by alleged
advertising Schemes', charity In the
name of advertising, than those Of Ho
nolulu. (
We say, at the present time, because
the merchants of nearly, Jf not quite(
all other up-to-date towns nave de
clared against certain ancient customs
i t 111 the vogue in this town.
It Is seldom that a charitable or
benefit entertainment of any kind Is
promoted In this town that It does not
include a program. The single aim
and purpose of this program is to hold
up the business men of the city.
As a legitimate advertising medium
the program passed out of date with
billy goat whiskers. and other smal
deer.
The benefit program is n bludgeon
bv means of which enthusiastic men
and women axe allowed to lambast
business housed The well intentioned
.people who want money for their
enuse, offer a bluff at giving .the nier
chant his money's worth. When the
merchant states, his honest conviction
that such "advertising" Is worthless he
Is swatted on the other cheek with a
reminder that he should "help" the
special cause; .
This last is the real milk in the
cocoanut. The merchant puts. up the
price because he hesitates to incur the
ill feeling of the promoters of the ag
gregation for whose benefit tho pro
pram is issued.
The merchants have themselves to
blame.
If the business men of this cil
would join as business men of other
cities have joined, in a determination
to devote their advertising funds to
legitimate newspaper advertising, and
their charity funds to the benefit di
rect, they will have .done, something
that will help' business 1n this 'town.
aid the chafities and develop honest
dealing. ,
The business man or the business
house that can point to five cents re
turned for a dollar expended in,pro-
I'ram hold-ups is as scarce as the pro
verbial lien's tooth.
Mainland. merchants have long since
decided to refuse the advances of high
It's easy enough to be pleasant . '
When the world rolls round with a
song;7 ''.'.
But the man worth while -
Is the man who can smile ;
When everything.Jgoes dead wrong.
Any ma-et smile If he only
knows how; the first thing to do is
to cut :out . your worries; arrange
with the Henry Waterhouse Trust
Company, Ltd., to look after your
business affairs;': leave your Invest
ments to them and they will MAKE
you smile. Put your real estate In
their hands and .they will get you
good tenants or . sell it for you.
Take advantage of their knowledge
cf securities, and experience In busl-4
neas. - .
Drop in nnd see them about It.
jfonolulu.He-ufc
Estate Deo't,
FOR SALE.
Young Street. .Modern five-room
cottage, stables, etc., lot SOx
115 . . ..,$2700
Beretania St. Modern six-room cot
tage with two-room cottage on
premises $2400
Fort Street. Three cottages rent
ing for $18 per month . . , t$2500
Kapahoulu St. .Five-room cottage
in good condition ..'.$1200
BUILDING LOTS: College " Hills,
Kaimuki, Makiki, Punahou Dis
tricts, cash or installment.
FOB. BEJT.
Beretania Street .$25.00
Beretania St. cor Victoria. . . .$35.00
Waikiki Beach .$40.00
Beretania Street ... S40.0C
Pensacola Street . $20.00
lunalfio Street ,...$30.00
Matlock Avenue . . $25.00
Wilder Avenue $35.00
FURNISHED:
King Street $40.00
Kinau Street , $35.00
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
LIMITED
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts, "
w?hJf .Jkr company, f
RAPID TRANSIT EMPLOYES.
Employes of the Rapid Transit
would be more than foolish to attempt
a strike. They know it.
The Rapid Transit management will
make an equally grave' error to con
tinue the policy of aiding if not pn
noting the prosecution or its em
ployes, unless It Intends to carry this
plan to Its logical conclusion and re'
quest Rapid Transit attorneys to nld
in the prosecution of damage suits
against 'the compauyiand to assist the
Territory before' the tax appeal board
Tho good manners, usual kiiidly at
tention and general pleusant demeanor
ot the employes of the Rapid Transit
Company have been matters of com
ment among our own people and fre
quently remarked by visitors j'roin
o:her cities. This may be due to the
discipline of the service, the naturally
good Character jot the men, the care
in selection, or what not. The resjilt
Is all the people stop to consider.
For this reason the people of the
town havei very kindly sentiment for
;he employes.
. But the Honolulu public wtmld no
more support rank Insubordination
and a strike than they would raise
joyous huzzas for the management
that joins in the prosecution of an em
ploye already ;uinlshed by discharge.
, That is thejtublic view' of it. A,nd
every public service corporation and
its every employ Is In duty bound to
recognize a conservative and well In
tentioned public, opinion, . .
"Don't send more Japanese laborers
here. Nothing to do."
Such was the message received by
Japanese Consul Salto late yesterday
afternoon from Consul Morikawa at
Vancouver. Consul Morikawa has
bee'n sending similar cablegrams to
Consul Salto here for some time, but
in spite of the warning the plantation
Japanese laborers paid no attention to
theni and went to Vancouver as fast
as they could get accommodation. The
receipt of this caltlegram will eventu
ally throw bad luck on the steamship
Indiana, which is expected to arrive
here on Sunday. It is reported that
only one hundred and. fifty Japanese
emigrants are booked to depart in the
Indiana, and very few aside, from this
number have applied for steamer acr
commodations.
The most Important subject that
confronts tho local Japanese Is the
show-money of the numeric people.
Many cablegrams have been received
here but none of them are good and
reliable, enough in the opinion' of the
Japanese hotel keepers who advance?
the money. The latest cablegram was
from Chillingworth, who &id tha
"everything is 'all. right,"' but 'what It
means the Japanese fail to understand.
One of them said this morning "as far
as Chillingworth is concerned . we
know that everything with him Is all
right." . ; !
fgp-' "FOR RENT" cards on sale
at the Bulletin office. '!
Warns
filiation
Clearance Sale of
Gloves. Belts, Neckwear, etc,
Next Tuesday, Sept. 3rd, S o'c'ock
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
OLOVBS
. Sale. -
Ee-yptian Suede Lisle Qloves were 90c -60 pr.
W;;to Scala Glace Kid Gloves,
Wa ly la Blanche Kid Gloves,
1 L. t Asbt. Kid Gloves.
1 la &:'A. Kid Gloves
1 lot Assorted Mitti, Black
1 let Assorted Silk ani lisle
BELTS
Black Silk Belts . ; . .
.White Kid Belts
Black leather Belts . .
Colored leather Belts
White Kid Belts
Plaid Silk Belts
Colored Silk Belts ;. .
White Silk Belts
IN
CKWBAR
Turnover Collars
Turnover Collars
Turnover Collars
Turnover Collars
Pique Stocks
' ... . HOSE
Children's Colored lace Hose, per pair 124
r lj I 1 - C Whose Sales
I- J
No Time To Lose
If you Intend to owu a home now Is
the time to buy. It will not always be
possible to secure a good home for so
little money as at present. .Buying a
home will-free you of the "Rent
Habit", and enable you to save money.
FOR SALE.
. .2 Bedrooms. . ,
..3 Bedrooms. . .
, . .2 Bedrooms. .,
. .3 Bedrooms. . .
. .3 Bedrooms. . .
. .3 Pod rooms. . ,
. . 2 Bedrooms . .
Waiklkl ..'.,
King St. ..;
Maklkl St.
Yo'ung St.
Kallhl ..;.,
AnapunI St.
King St. ,.,
.$1350.00
. 3000.00
. 2200.00
. 2500.00
. 2750.00
. 3300.00
. 1750.00
Trent Trust Co.
LIMITED
(Special Bulletin Wireless)
Walluku,.'.Maui, Aug. 30. Judge
Kahaulelio1 died at his hime in La
haina this forenoon.
c The late Judge Kahaulelio , was 73
years! ol. "'Hie: was educated' at La
halnaluna, seminary and graduated
wlih'i honor. iiAfter graduation, he
taught in many Hawaiian schools on
Maui. He resigned and was soon
appointed tax .'assessor' and collector
of ,tbefLyJvHiit.. district. He was In
flic ..tneantiniV. studying ' law and
equipped' -himself, itor the duties ot
District Magistrate of Lahaina. He
served as a District Magistrate for
many , years and was: a personal
friends of Uie ate Chief Justice A. F.
Judd. He was one of the best fish
ermen of the t Hawaiian Islands, be
ing a navigtty ; of recognized abil
ity. He was a well known Hawaiian
scholar and assisted in compiling the
English and , Hawaiian dictionary
used by students of recent years. Un
til a few years ago he was a staunch
Republican, but since his resignation
as District Magistrate he became
Home Ruler. He was practicing law
at the time of hjs death. -
I
Superintendent 'of Public Instruction
Babbitt has decided not to accept any
of the bids opened a few dys ago for
supplying several ' hundred schoo
desks. New bids, he stated this morn
ing, will be advertised for. This is on
account of the fact that .the specifica
tiong of the first advertisement , were
not detailed enough and the bids re
ceived were therefore not satisfactory.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
were $1,00 DO pr.
were $1.75 . . .SjSl.OO pr.
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Gloves
.50 pr.
,.$1.00 pr
,...25 pr.
25 pr.
Were.
..35
...35
. . 50 c
...75
"..75
75
$1.25
Sale. .
15
15
20
25
25
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50
Were
Sale.
4 for 25
15
20
40
40
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Death
Calls Judge
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NEW - TO-DAY
Notice Is. hereby given thnt at tho
'icctlng of tho Board of Supervisors of
the County of Oahu, T. H held on
Wednesday, August 28, 1907, tho fol
lowing Ordinance (No. 9) duly passed
Third Reading in the Bald Board:
ORDER NO. 9.
REGULATING THE CONSTRUCTION
AND MAINTENANCE OF AWN
INGS, SITADES AND BALCONIES
WITHIN THE FIRE LIMITS OF
HONOLULU.
The Board of Supervisors of the Coun
ty of Oahu do Ordain as Follows:
, Section 1. No person shall construct
or cause to be constructed or maintain
or cause to be maintained Rny awning,
shade or balcony extending over ah,y
part of any public sidewalk, on anj
building within the Are limits of Ho
nolulu as defined in Section 956 of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii, without
a gutter thereon, to conduct the water
to the building and a pipe to conduct
such water to the outer line of the
sidewalk a6. constructed and In such
condition as not to permit water to
accumulate and stand therein . or to
obstructor interfere with public traffic
upon such sidewalk:
Provided, however, that the provi
sions of this ordinance shall not apply
to cloth Or canvass awnings or shades.
' Section II. Any' person vlolntlng any
provision of this ordinance shall; upon
conviction, be fined In a Bum not ex
deeding Three Hundred Dollars ($300.)
Section III. The continuance of any
"such violation after conviction shall be
deemed a new offence for each day on
which the same is so continued.
Section IV. This ordinance shall
take effect from and after its publica
tion.
APPROVED:
(Sd) CHAS. HUSTACE, JR., !
Chairman Board of Supervisors, Colin
ty of Oahu.
ATTEST: ,
(Sgd.) H. KALAUOKALANI, JR.,
County "Cleik, County of Oahu.
To cure a bunion is a very difficult
:hing, yet one excellent, remedy is
known. Cut very thin slices of raw
beef and soak in strong vinegar, for
12 hours. Some put a cent in the
vinegar to get the verdigris, which is
also beneficial. The piece of meat
should be bound to the foot over the
bunion, and another as soon as the
first one is dry. It may require sev
eral applications, yet this Is almost a
certain cure.
If troubled with large, or varicose,
veins In the lower limbs do not stand
much in one position, but move about
or sit down whenever opportunity af
fords it. s V
An easily-prepared, solution which
will act as a tonic upon the scalp and
keep the hair from falling out is com
posed of one pint of soft wa'ter, one
tablespoonful of salt and three table
spoonfuls of alcohol. Dampen ' the
roots every other day. ' ',.
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We have just receiver a complete stock and it is
now unpacked ready for sale. Come in and see the
.' new CENTURY cameras. They, embody more im
provements than any other plate camera made.
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JUST ARRIVED
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