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VOL. XI. HO. 44G6.
1G-PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1009. 10 PAGES.
TRICE 5 CENTS.
Elaborate System Of
Gathering The Census
Dr. Clark Gives Remark
able Account "Of Work
In Detail- Big Mach
Why Census Is Taken
Army Of 150 In
Hawaii- Getting. Or
ganized Willie llio pulill" la B"licral knows
Something of Iho con ills 1'nclo Sum
takes of his people. .irirlrullur.il mi 1
maniirncluilng Induslilts cuoiv vear
llio details nt gillicilng sudi d.it i mu
ns iiiiicli 11 nivhtci.v In llin iii'ijoill: a
thu legend nt tlii.' in la In tliu nmiiii
Olio liaK mil)' In talk to Dr. Victor ('
Clink, cr (ho Ocpiitiucnl nf Commerce
ami l.alior, u low inlnuUM, tn reillrc
tlial lio knows the gnmu hum Mart to
llnlhli, mid Unit Willi an omclcut forco
of ciiuincralora lio will raplilly uicoiv
plliji In Hawaii wjiat llio Census Ilu
loan wHdfintd liliu to iloj l)r Clark Ik
ii world tinvelor, a noted writer on
selciillflc subjects anil an expert on
labor matters. Kiom lilm (do follow
lug facts wore secured In rcg.ud tn
collecting the census In the Islands.
On I lie 29th of lat,t Juno an Alt
of Congress nppiovcd nppropilntlng
$1(1,(100.11110 for (ho Uth decennial
tonsils of tho U. 8. Tho oililnut
purpose of thu census wan to nstei
taln thu population of tho country
iih u liasls for nppoitlonlng represen
tation In CongrosB, anil illiect tiixn
tlon among tho Hovcrnl states. Voiy
soon tho Impoitanco of gathering
certain Ipdusdlal (statistics was ma
nifest, ami. tlio thliil census inrlud
eil an eiiumcrnllnn of imimifiicturcis.
Range of Information.
Muio leiontly special statistics (it
tigtluiltmc mines ami a quarries
havu Iiren ndilcil, anil the uingo or
inrormntlou gatncicd concerning
both population ami ngricultiiro has
heen gioutly wlileneil, until lit pres
ent the Auicilcnn census Is thognost
(ouiplvlo pcilodhnl statistical Inves
tigation niniln hy any country.
The early census were taken hy
the U. H. maishals ami their depu
ties, ami the statistics, except tho
hare enumeration of population, wern
oflen Inaccurate. Tho census of
1S70 under tien. Tiancls A. Walker
m.ik tho lust olio Intnibteil to an
eminent statistician, and In hotli
scopo and accuracy was u groat ad
Minco lio oiul piovlous enumerations.
lip to 1900 it special service was
established for each enumeration
lint In 19Q2, the cotisus liutcau wah
made a peimanrnt (l).u I luoiit of tho
rmcrnment under Iho Secretary of
(ommoicu and Labor.
At piesent Iho llure.iu of tho Cell
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH
CANDY AT ANY SEASON, AND
YOU CAN DEPEND UPON QUAL
ITY. PALM CAFE,
Hotel, near Union.
Of Every Description
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Of the Department of Commerce
nni. n,ir,, tw.ii Witt, Mi.
Men. Gather the Census Statistics for the Federal Government injVe gl pXStSS'o K'
ins omiplcs a (,-roiip of ImlldliiKs In
Washington iippio.uhlUK In'extcnd-
ed nrinnpcincnt tlini-e of a larjjo ma-
niifactuiliiK or (ouiuieK lal estnliltsli-
incut. The analogy In a ninuufac-
tilling plant Is Increased hy llio fact
that tho lunuiiH leluins aio (omput-
til and tabulated hy iiulomatle elec-
Ideal machines. Thesn nindilues lilt
larco apartuientH, wlieio they are nr-
united In sjtuetilial older like looms
or spinning Claims in a texllo f.iv
System of Getting Data. '
'llio Hist hand data for the (ciibih,
which form the raw material to ho
woiked up In finished tallies ami ;e-
ports by the machine opcrntius and
j'lrrlcnl fmio at Washington, nro
gathered by a largo niiny of ennui
eralors. On tho mainland of the
I'nllcd stalei there will be some :i:io
ronsus,supcrvlsois, under whoso dl
lectlon would ptoliably bo employ
e'llfiom forty tn llfty thousand Held
men. In Alaska and Hawaii u coips
of spedal iigcnls will gather orics
pondliif; statistics for thoso territo
ries. Tho inqulilcs nro made by
house to house canvass, mid the In
fill n,"i tlon gathe(cd Is entered upon
piinled rchediiles. shppllrd by tho
goveiumcnt. The federal laws inuko
It tniupulsoiy to rurulslr the Infor
ui.itlon ii'qulrcil to (ensiis cliumei-
atois ami agents, Tho lefusal to
A lady who has ordered a num
ber of cases sent east suggested the
name, and it's a good one, too, as
the canned pineapple made such a
hit, at the Seattle Fair, and it is
"taking" here so well that we have
decided to reduce the price to
for a half-dozen tins best grade
pineapple delivered free of all
charges at ANY WELLS FARGO
EXPRESS OFUCE IN THE UNITED
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phonp 15,
and Labor, Who, Representing the
A,.;.ion r cmoii a f
nnswer any questions, Is Ilahle tn n
prkp niiiRln fiom $:100 to 110,000. 1
ncinrdliiK In the Importance nf ditta'
icfused. Tho samo penalties apply!
In falso Information give tn census
Inkets. Op the other hand the Held
nfients and enituieriitors are sworn
oflleers lo the Kinernmcnt, and may
lie punlnheil hy lino or Imprisonment,
or both, ellhci for ninkiuK false re
tin ns in for mealing nny Infornia-
tlou leccUoil In their (apaclty as
(Clisus emploes. The Art of (Joii-j
Kress oxprcsbly provides that (ho In
fnimntlon furnished under this law
shall bo used only for statistical
purposes, and thaft nothhiK shall bo
published which will reveal tho op-
edition of nny particular business
In order to secure still further
completeness and accuracy in the
Held data, Iho agents directly en
gaged in gathering" Information from
the public, are under
supervision of other agents, mm
their schedules mo checked and couu-
tcic.licc.kcii so fur as posslblo from
Machinery Does Comnuting.
'Iho schedules Piled out by tho
bold iiRenls nie Irausmltted tn Wash-1
liiRton where they pass Into tho!
IlilllllH HI IIIU I IMIIlllliNK IIIVIHIUIl 111
the letisus. Tlio fads upon each
blank am transferred by machinery
lo pei'foiated caidi which upon bo
Iiik fed Into another machine, auto
matically labulato all' computable
(lain and outer totals. Tjicso inn
ill I lies ure so adjusted so that In
consistent ami eirenicons data aro at
oneo Indicated ami detected.
The statistical table, thus obtain
ed foi in tlio basis for the census re-
poits, which liavo now grown Into
(Continued on Page 7.)
14 Til CAVALRY BAND
AT MOANA TONIGHT
Tho rouiteenth Cavalry baud, fiom
tho transport Sheridan, will play at
tho Mnniia hotel tonight between tho
lours of 8 and 10.30 A d.inco will
III! irlll.ll 111 llllllfll- llf Hi., fillli.iiru .in. I
uiiiies mi iiiraiii inc iiauspori, to wnicu
nil nun, nav) ami toui(ok,nru cor
Ten' per centpcnalty is to be add
ed to "all" taxes pot paid before the
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 13. G.
W. Dwinr.clle was today sentenced
ta one vcar in priton and to pay a
fine of $1,000 for complicity in land
(frauds against the Rovernment.
Dwinnelle it a leader in politics and
I business and was one of the Frcsi-
dcnt'al electors of the state.
term Rages In
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CUXHAVEN. Germany. Nov. 13.
The wont storm in vcars is raging:
in the North Sea. It is feared that
shipping; wilj suffer creat lost, al
though no wrecks have been report
ed uplo the prtsctu hour.
ot rnninicnn it... in
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Harvaid 12. Dartmouth 3.
Cornell G, Chicago 6.
Michigan 12, Pennsylvania 0.
Minnesota 1G, Wisconsin 6.
Navy 17. Western Reserve G.
Harvaid Freshmen 11, Jalc Fresh
BRISTOL. Eng.. Nov. 13. Win
iton Churchill had a most unpleas
ant and exciting experience today,
which was unique in his list of nic-
ulc"Hc huiivh ugiuic , mc
iiuuuc. an aiucni lunragcite, oe
coming enraged at Mr. Churchill's
a!itudf F. "n"11'"": he had said,
I i.l i m J it a a ui v i. f"l
!.ShuLcL !eI?Sde h M ,b".t
he might until the nolice arrived.
.The woman was arrested.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapned
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office
If injured while traveling on a
boat or train, $2,000 it what the
will pay you, and $5.00 a year is all
it will cost you, under select class!-
fication. Better take out a policy
923 Fort Street
Splendid Progress In
Dredging A Straight
Channel From Ocean
Gateway To Harbor
Entrance The Men
Behind The Guns, And
What They Are Ac
With the picclslou of dnikwurU
the operations which will make
IVarl lliirhoi one of the greatest
naval stations on tho "I'aclllc aro'
(orplni; nhead. With tho sea inll
Iiik them uhnut at its wilt. the.
gicat diedues In the harbor aie
stenmliiK, poundlnK, iIIkbIiik and
throwing to one side tho coinl, sand
mid other ilcbrU that will leave a
straight channel from the entrance
of the harbor to the sea nearly
forty feci )n aveniRe depth. When
completed uny ship In tho navies or
the world maj' pass thrutiRh.
You have only tn stand an I
watch them at work on .one of the
dredges one man m Hue derrick
deck, alert In every fibre, one hand
on n throttle, tho other on a line,
others npeiatliiK lovers, shlfllni;barKes
mill bounding depths then a ter
rific dive of tho IiIk bucket, n
scream of steam, a splash, iiimblo
rnd roar, and slowly to tho surface
DR. O'DAY REFUTES
Declares That Portland
Doctor Christopher O'Day, to whom
Is attributed startling and slanderous
Ltatoments contained In an Interview
which appealed In u recent Issue of
OroRou. Telegram, io-
turned lo Honolulu by tho Cauiull'iu
Austrullnn liner Marninii this niter
noon. Dr. O'Day evinced much surpilse
and chagrin over thu oxtraets tukuil
from his interview which were reprint
ed In thu columns of tho dally press of
Tlio Honolulu medical man lavs the
blame of thu entile story to I he fervid
Imagination of a bold, bad newspaper
man of Portland. Ho did not licsilalu
to slnto that he had been misquoted u
almost every detail,
"I deny having made uny such statu
meats as contained In this story that
j on have Just shown mc," asserted Dr.
O'Day to a representative of llio II u I
lot In as Mrs, O'Day and himself pro
pared tn lenvo Iho Mamma after an
eight-day voyago fiom Vancouver.
"Why should I utter such opprobrl
mis and wicked comment concerning
matters that transpired during the
rclgp of Queen l.llliioknliinl? I con
sider her olio of my dourest friends, 1
owe much to her. . ,
Dr. O'Day Insists that bu was ap
proached ,y ii newspaper plan repio
(Continued on Page 8)
CASE OF COMBS,
An unintentional Injustice was
done to J. J. Combs cstorduy In re
fcirlng in a charge against him In
which a nnllo prosequi was entered
In the Circuit Court. The charge
against Combs was not grand lar
icuy, an reported, but a minor of
tense violation of tho liquet law
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin 1'itlltorial Room Phone 185.
t i7TJflF-"-J - - " t ..'... - ' . , .fr". t .. .
BIG DREDGE CALIFORNIA-
comes Ions of nialeijd from I In-1 ntiamc to nh.it Is known a tho
hot loin or the sea that m.iki" imrliir m-iImii the oei.m g.((iwiiy.
Iialr stand on end. Ilnuugh sand -'I heip. weighing nod pminds In his
to build n liiiiisi And on and on (llvlns suit, he Is lowered to- tlio
It continues- like htino shcn.ious
HllliK of life, diving, dlRglu uverVHnt Intervals be plan's Iho
leaching downward to maik (In
culling of n dialiiiel out of vvl.i .
over n million cubic .'aids of inneil'il
will be tiikcn when eomplitcd.
Fighting Vith Sharks. "
It is neiessarj before the (oral
can be lemoved, tn have most of II
blasted. I'or this put pose .Martin
I.Und, a pioneer dlvdr fiom the age
of jcais, has been biought from
the Co.it I o do this dangerous part
of the work On a small barge,
equipped with pumps and (omplele
equipment, lie goes to the outside
To Probe Fraud
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. Fiist
Assistant Postmaster General Green
field and Postmaster McVeigh, in
charge of the city postoffice, will
make a thorough investigation and
probe the customs frauds to the bot
liovcruor Kienr Oils morning an
liounred tho apimlntment of Claienee
M. Cooke as a regent of Iho College of
Hawaii, Iho commbsioii for tho up
poliitmeul bi'lng niuilo out this morn
lug, Theiu Is another vaeano on tin
Hoard of llcgenls but Hie (!oveinoi'r
Not al ways a case cf patriotism, This
time it is a matter if economy.
The All AMERICA line of shoes jnadr by
RICE & HUCHINS arc noted for their hou.
est worth and superb style.
We have just received 21 new sljlcs
which arc right up to the present moment ui
style. W c invite inspection and comranson,
for wc k now that they will come through
with flying colors,
Wc would like to sIioa' those lo jou
whether y ou buy or not.
$3.50 to $5.00
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.;
1051 Fort St.
CAPACITY 5.CC0 CU3IC YARDS A DAY .
, botloin to pi ire
Ills shut'"' At'
vo Ui slx&
ih of ihnanilie on th
1 1 ei II dawn, Itus Ills fuw, HV.'J?
thui gles llio-s-tghHlf In Iho "bull
doze" method be umjs, or duiv'iiHlmcit
ing IiVh orVlr feel or iiilfd curnl
and iod. aro torn up In the hlnU
that follows, the material otleu be
ing Ihionn four In b fiet out or
Hut die HUM lliillllug pirt X)f Ills
woik Is bis d.ill) light with sharks.
Tluee or four iiuinilor;i. -winuS'SU feet,
long, swim aioutul t.tiu. like somo'
(Continued on Tagc 7.) ,
bus not Ml decided Upon thu appoint--mi'iii
lo Hie renminbi-: place.
- A iiinml iiiHiiattm ui mid'- by tlov
i nor I'rcar Is the naming of William
llmtih lo the V(icnnr on a lluinl
of Hii iTtlinr of Knuid minted
Ibi'uuh the rosiguntlmi of Cbtirla K.
lii' ubn vvmi ((rresled b (f(e'Kil
i tl i IIIiIiIm under ii iliir-c of !ola
t, hi r tin I dm uu1') Ad
(iimite'i ' im I. dpi nn nil) deilr
i in id Ml. i nil ac.inciei--bHfon his
depariuie fur (he in ilul ind Wj'odliM.
lav. at which Mini' I', A Mntlmilli
.ill bee mu m m; ilili' i-c.eit,iii' of
lh 'lerntorv 9n
(Special 11 ti lie 1 1 u Cable.)
TORT AU TRINCE. Nov 111, Tho
island of Htiyti has been devastated
by one of the worst hurricanes of
icccnt history. Complete reports
arc slow in coming in, ns lines of
communication nic clown
nui lftin Ann mv