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Alnincdn Jan. 7
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Mnnna. Jnn. f.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4509.
WASHINOTON. Ian. 5. lead
ers of the Republican insurgent fore
is of Congress announced today that
they had no intention of opposing
the Taft policies. Consequently,
they feel the position taken by the'
President of ostracizing them from
political piefermcnt is unjustified.
They claim that their fight is one
to sccuic a reform cf the rules of
the House vof Representative:. This
has been otherwise expressed as a
fight against Cannon and Cannon
to In sped Army
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 5. The
transport Thomas, leaving here to
day for the Philippines, has as t
r.assm?,cr for Honolulu Licat, Col
Clus. a. Woodward, Inspector Oen
(ral of the Depeltment of California.
Col. Woodward goes to Hawaii to
make a thorough inspection of the
army forces stationed there, and he
will mobnbly include the militia of
NEW YORK, Jan. 5. The price
cf refined sugar was advanced today
ten cents a hundred pounds.
SAH FRANCISCO. Jan. G. Beets
68 analysis, 12s 8 1-41 Parity,
4 GO. .Previous quotation, 12s Cd.
He Will Share Paele's
An attempt was made nt Inst night's
iiic'otlngof thu SupeivlsnrH to lumnvo
.1. K. I'acle fioni nn ait he pirtlclpa
Hon In sumo of tlio innil work in Koo
lutipoko district on the other Bldo of
Tlio proposal rame Uitough Chair
man Qulnii of tlio City and County
Itoiiil Committee who subniltted n re-
mti I tfi lllo nrfont Hint tin, llfinil Pnin.
inltteo would lero.ninend Hint $100 bo
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A beautiful home with over three
ncrcs of ground, fruit trees, lawns,
etc., situated in
UPPER NUUANU VALLEY
Eight ocies of fine residence prop
erty situated on
JUDD AND LILIHA STREETS
Tor Paiticulars Apply to
Real Estate Department,
TO FILE DECREES
United States Attorney Doubts
Legal Status of Federal Court
Under One Judge.
Dccnnso United States District At
tome) Ilrcckons licllcvcs that a de
cide it doubt cIsIb nn to the vnlidlly
(ifaii action that mav be tuken by the
United Stales District Court, while
Ihoic' is onlyjine Judge commissioned,
two dociees of condemnation uro be-
Ing held In ube)unco viil will not be
entered of rcord unlli the Second
IVdernl .In Ik; Ie "named b Picsldcnt
1 still believe Hint luo't Is n quos-
tle'i ac to tbo iegtllt) f nuy action
that ma) lie tHnn under the present
status of tbo cot i," said ittccknns this
moiling "nnil for" llr.i ie.i-.ou I am
withholding tu ili'creis of eon'icni
inthiu tint Will give the il neinin.'ii'y
needed Kites for IlKhlhnmcs. 'Hie mil
lite dealing the Second I'eiieml hills
ship states epies-l) Hint the niiirt
shall consist of two Jlil'l VllOil
mil's reslgnntlon has tnkon1 effect im1
DEALERS ASK TESTS,
Want lippnep rnmmic.l
IIUIII kvlvvlluw Wlllllllk
sioners To Appoint
Renal dlnj; tho miiili dlnciisscil
Uticstiou of pure and impute liquors
being sold hero the wholesale liquor
dealcis arc hrliiKliifr tho matter to
u head, ns the follow Inu communica
tion from thnt body gives testi
Carlos A. I.ouk, Ilsq.
Secretary Ilounl of l.tccnso Com
missioners, Honolulu, T. II.
I)enr Sli : ' At a meeting of tbo
ho.nd of dlieitois of this associa
tion held on tho lib Inst., the fol
lowing resolution was duly passed:
"In lew of tbo reecnt criticisms
as to the purity of the wines, a nil
liquors handled In this Territory,
tho board of directors, of this asso
ciation ask the. Hoard' .of . I.ltensu
Commissioner to appoint n Compe
tent chemist acceptable to both
parties to obtain and examine, sum-
pies of tho Mirious liquors mid wines
bandied by the dllfcrent licensees In
this Teiritory, tho charges of said
chemist to bo borno by 'this Asso-
'elation, said chemist to take samples
from time to time ns tho Hoard of
License Commissioners may direct,
or bo may sco nt."
In enso jour honorable board de
sires our co-operntlon in Hie matter,
we shall bo glad to confer with you
nt "" tlm0 "mt mar he "'nvenlent
it. J. niciiiw,
Secretary Wholckalo Ic;uor
Dealers' Association of
LONDON, Jan. -5, Ambassador
Whitelaw Reid sailed today for New
York. He leaves' with his family to
attend the funeral of the late D. 0.
Mills, who was Mri. Beid's father.
AT THE HOTELS
Only four new un Wills leglstored
ut tho local hotels today, tho Young
booking i:. l Delneit of I'miuonc,
Maul, nnd H llanlinm of Mnkuwell. I
Mr. and, Mis U Hofgarcburo at tbo
Ho) ill Hawaiian.
His Impeilal Chinese Majeutj's Coll
cut Mr. I.l.ing Kwo Ying h is sent out
invitations to a reception I't the Con
kill ill) Jnuuiii) 8, from 12 noon to 2
10'-PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY,
there Ib now good ground fur doubt
lug the force and effect of action taken
by the United States Dlstiiut rniut."
I Tlio I-Vdural cunrt wj. nillounie 1
thu motnm mM Mim.ln,- by I'nltcd
Stated Mnrnhnl Hendry, tit 3 ndjoni'i.
nient not. belli); due to tbo Icim' doubu
of the United States District Attorney
but to the nines of Jud-w Dole, who
la confined to Ids home by in, nttirk
The present status or the Unite I
Stnlea District Court combines to bo
a debated question amoiu local nttoi
no) h and there uro u number who sup
port the views expiossed li.' UiilliMI
Suites District Attorney Hnvkoui an I
while not going n-rfar ns m luiin Itiu ,
me i cuerai wuuri. is piacvicaiiv nun
existent nt the present ti'ii' uii
Hie contention of Uietkin-T Hint the
is n Krave leKal doiihi ns to the
lttlt of action taken with ouline
Used As a
Kllcs arc going
Washington s birthday t,o
next national holiday will
remembered. In conjunction with
tho Ploru i'urndc committee, who
will see to tbo enjoyment of tho pen
plo during the day, - the Hlks me
to take cine of the afteinoon and
evening In a carnival nnd musk
Tljo carnival center will ho es
tablished In lllshop Pari; opposite
the Young Hotel, from King to Ho
tel sttl'ots. Permission of the
Major and Supervisors was obtained
last evening for the use of the pub
The' carnival proper will bo on tho
same Hues as carnivals on tho main
land am conducted, and booths of
ull kinds will be established where
It will bo possible to enjoy oneself
in u manner befitting carnival times.
The mask ball is expected to be the
most elaborate of tho kind over
bold In these Islands, nnd arrange
ments have been completed 'for tho
use of the entire roof garden of tlm
Young, with the two bull looms lo
Tho inclosure will be made to ro-
seniblo In miniature tho places of
Coney Island, and great attractions
of all clescilptions uro to be import
ed for tho speclul occasion. Tho ex
ecutive committee having In chargo
the affair nie sparing no pains or
expense In making the first carnival
u success so that In future Washing
ton birthday celebration will lncludo
the night of tho carnival.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
U . ttj citizens to go to nny other cotmti) -000 tons; his intest estimate rlfir nil
tl Tho' 11)10 advertising rates for Si than the United Stutos or to uny Insul- Europo is 6,170,000 Ions, Toi(iy's f. o
St tho livening nnd Weekl.y SS ar possession of the United States, or b. quotations foi beets are; Decern
it Utillutln went Into effect on it Hie Cunal Zone, uro being used for oer, 12s. S',id,; Jatitmy, ISs. R'id.;
tt January 1. A D u 1 1 o 1 1 u ren-SS
SS resontutlvo will call on jou, and SS
SS glvo nny information regarding U
SS the new rate desired. If ndver-SS
SS Users will telephone 250. SS
SS SS SS SS SS SS SS l SS SS tl U SS U SS Si SS
SAWTELLE, Cal.,.Ja5. OEleven'
people are dead as the result of eat-'
inc canned peais yesterday, h. t,
jn Knr j TnfnivT
The Bulletin prints all
ON MUH ROCKS
Wireless Tells Of Wreck
Of Ship Near
Aloxnndei &llnldvln lire In receipt
of wireless advices from .Maul, stat
ing Hint the British ship Alexander
HUrck, brlimlne 2700 tons of uitra'u
from South America, went ashore es
terday nfterniKiij near Knhulut harbor.
Steps are hehiK, taken to salvage the
cnrKO. The Inler-lsland Steini Nav
iK'utlon Compart will dlspitch the
Manna I.o.i thlsinlternooii nt 4 o'clock
to Hie rescue ofjthe ship.
Tlul carpi Is partly for Knliulul nn 1
p.ntl) lor Port Allen on Kami, Should
tbo weither change for the wotsu It Is
expected that 0.0 stenni.'rs of Hie Mil
ler Kahnu'i! Company will nbo li nent
to help iul the easel ofi thu reef.
R. i:. IMitonyif Alexnnder & UaM
win vtnled toda)'i thnt Hie essei Is not
Way Open For 3,000 Men
Of Nippon 'To
SPIRIT OF AGREEMEHT
Returning Tide of Discouraged La
borers From Peru Can Land
Heie Without Hindrance by
Tim vam.-ii.iiil of tho u turning Hdo.
of jLpnnese labor that has decided to
Abandon l'eru can land in Hawaii with-.
out hlnderuiice mid nt the same Hnid
practically avoid the spirit of Hie Cuius for prompt shipment nt 2 Nie.
agreement enteied Jnto between tlio c. f. A sudden drop of 4V4'I. In I-uro-Government
of tho United States and pean beets had u had effect here, us It
Jupnn wheieb) the Immigration of lab-i was' thought that It might presago a
or from Japan to Hawaii mill tho main- continuous decline to u lower level,
land or the United States Is practical
Kiev en Janancso returning from
rem landed In Honolulu from tho
America Maru and ns a lesult of tlm
experiment it has been dlscoveied
that thej-e Ib absolutely nothing to pre -
vent, all or tho Mikado's nibjects now
In Peru from coming Jo Ilitwall t
make their fiituie homes.
Immigration Inspector Drown stated
J this morning that there wax absolutely as to (hero being time, machinery unci
nothing to prevent the landing of Jap-tluhor to harvest It and convert It into
,nncse In Hawaii from Peru and that sugar. Kven now there are reports ot
as far ns his department was con'-' scarcity of luboi In some sections,
cernccl there Is no regulation or ruling Kuropean beet markets, which were
affecting tho landing of Japanese in quoted on 10th ut 12b. u'tfl. for De
Hawaii from uny part of tho world. I comber nnd January, declined on 14th
Mr. Hrown quoted the law regarding to 12s. OMd. on "speculators realli
thu Issuance of passports to Japanese ' lug." Their causo for nlarni Is not In
and Koreans which reads ns follows: J evidence heiu, unless II was tho Cub-
Whereas, by the act entitled "An (an crop estimate, coupled with roports
Act to regulate tho Immigration of al-,that the llusstan ctop will bo larger
lens Into the United States," appiovedj than Mr. K. O. I.lcht's rcceii'jjstlluato
Kobruurv 20. 1307, whenever tho I'res-(of I.IGO.OOO tons. On tho drlnirlhand
blent Is satisfied that passports Is- this stuHstlclun hud Just reduced his
sued by mi) foreign government to Its estimate of tho Herman ciop by 4o-
tbo purpose of enabling tho holders to
come to tho continental Territory
tho United Stntcs to tbo detriment
labor conditions therein, It Is madP-
tho duty of the President to refuse to,
permit such citizens or tho countiy U -
suing sucn passports to enter tho con-
Hnentnl tcnllory of the United Stntoj
from such country or from such lii.nl.
"I hereby ordei Hi it such citlrcu of
'Japan or Korea, tovvlf Jaiionoo r
Kmcan laborers, skilled i.-ut unskllK:.
wll lmvt-' received iat.Bports to j to'
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the bargain news any woman needs to read
JANUARY 5, 1910. 10' PAGES.
Over Score of Candidates For Office
Of Superintendent of Public
Twenty-three Is the ni)sttc numeral
that (loveruor frear (s contemplating
slifo hs return from tbo mainland.
That Is the exact number of candi
dates fur Hie office of Superintendent
of Public Instruction, lce W'lnfred
Ilabbltt, who lias Joined fhe forces of
the Labor lliireau of the I'luillers' As
sociation Ileforu tin return of flmernor Krenr
candidates weio senrcq but they have
budded fort li In luxuriance and mini
bets since the Chief Kxecutho of thu
Territory lias lettnped to occupy bis
new otllee In the c.ipltol building.
The announcement or tl-e (Joveinor
this morning that theie were twent)-
three candidates for the pi ice came as
n surpHse even to those who cxec'ted
Hint n largo i.unilier'ot mi.nln.ulnm
weie being made that had not et
' Kilned public!!) through the executive
1 olllce and other sources. Charles
i King, school inspector, and Charles
Report of Russian Crop
l'aitlcularl) strong Is the statistics!
position of the sugar, market as shown
by the following circular of December
17, Issued by the Csarnlkow-lllnn In
I Our hiBt rpport was dated lUlli Do-
Tbo raw siiijar market lus been dull
. .I...-I. ,1, il... u. i.k mill tirlf i.u liiivn ite.
tm,d t(j )ho lM,uvaltIlt l)f 4.17c. am.
tl oll tnu 8au 0 about 1500 tons
but confidence was restored bj the
upward reaction which Immediately
I Thu most Important event of tho
week was the publication un 13th
Inst., of Messrs. Giimn-Mujcr's estl-
j mate of the Cuban crop; they forecast
u posslblo outturn of 1,831, tail tuns, or
( 3 17.S18 tons in excess of last crop,
j While it Is conceded that there Is cine
for such a crop, there Is great doubt
Jniiuarj-Mnrch, 12s. Ci,d ; Mb, 12s.
of.lftil - : August 12s. 9Hd.
of I Visible Supplies. The figures ls
suod this week show 2,778,181 tons, as
compared with 3 370,000 tons at this
, iimu msi cnr A decrease oi Ml.srj
cons ih, sirising. unci cans ior notice,
hut It is no doubt partly accounted for
I by the fiict Hint tho Kuropean beet
fuctorles were late In htartlug and am
cimseniiintly behind 111 Ihelr pioduc
It Is iHisulhle Hint this may bo
responsible furnbout half of thy dlf
ferotico. ",Kt "'
liuhlwln are only two of tho twenty ' WASHINGTON, Jan C. Presl
three candidates for ilabbltt's Job who c'cnt Taft toJay made public the
bao couited publcity iJndKes he has appointed to the new
That li.ildwin will be the oil- man co-art cf customs appeals created
selected from the twent) three men under the tariff law passed at the
ami women who consider them-elus special cession of Congress.
aulluble Is becoming n moie or lex The jn.lRCs named are Alfred C.
general oiilnlon nmolij tho who luw
nn Idea of the ex revved icdelution
of the (loveruor In regi.id to the sel
ection ol a successor to IIJm.ll li.ili.
Iwln has. a strong degree ol Mipport
I among the pifliclpils, i.u II Is be
' llecd probable that he wi.l he 11 line I
as the man for thu place.
, King Is also loolced upon i.s n
sluing candidate fiom amoiu thu m
' plrlug twenlj-lliroe and while their
II lines hae not been given out b) the
(loveruoi n lid the cundld ie) of the
imijjrlty Is shrouded tli moru or les
secrec. It Is known Hint the names
tun Hie gitnut of the personnel of the
depailinenl and 'i fen fiom n.ililK'
RAPID IS WORK
Three-Quarter Mile Limit
Will Complete First Part
Work Is progressing very favora-
. . ...
1I nil the llllo breakwater, accord-
lug to II. r. Dllllnghum. Some fi,-
in n mm nf rnrk w..,.. ...! i iwiiii,ti
lu month nnd the work Is ahead of that the Macao boundary matter inj
ilin contrutt. .volvcd vital jmnciplcs that made
Col. Illddle, chief of engineers of f.rbittat.'on impossible.
the department of California, will. ' m '
loturii to Honolulu today on board j.
me iiguiiioiise cenuer ivtikiii. no
will bo accompanied by Major Wins
low, who Is in charge of local army
work. Tbeso officers went to Inspect
the breakwater now being erected
to protect llllo harbor.
Competent englneeis ore nt work
on this important undertaking, and
each stone is being placed In posi
tion with the utmost enre, itt that
Hie best results may he obtained.
un in i n iiicsuiii nine iru mi i w . . . ,. -. ,, - to
i,lvu; ,,.., i. .... i'laa. The death of these mc:ii
breakwater has been progressing
thiougb deep water, which has no-
cessltnted nn Immense amount of
rock being utilized. A reef bus now
been ""encountered, so that wmlc Is
expected to bo piuhed forward rap-
Idl) for the next few mouths.
About CO, 000 tons of rock will be
required to finish the flist contract.
This will put tho breakwater well on
to the thiee-quarter mile mark, It Is
nutklpited that this limit will bn
reached by tho end of tho current
jenr. With tho completion nf tills
Kectlon, work will bo pushed forward
with nil baste, Tho total length or
the breakwater will be two miles.
egrnph Hint mnny estate have finished
grinding nnd Hint receipts aro decreis
lug. The Now Orleans market is firm
for refining grades, with sales at
-tUGc, basis 9ft.
Refined. Tlio local market con
Hnucs veiy quiet with list prices un
changed on the Insls of 5 3c. lest 1
per cent for Humiliated, although The
l'ederul Sugni Iteflnlng Co
shut down their ledum y for reinlrs
uro dlsKislng of the lemnltider of their
sugars at 10 isilnts under Hint figure.
While prlceB on the! Pacific Coast havo
been nilvnnccd 10 jKiluts duilng tbo
week, advices from New Orleans es
terda reported n reduction In refined
of 10 points to tho basis of 1 'jJc. less
1 per cent
Our irlvato Cuban cable or dato ro
ports U centrals grinding nnd weitb.
Hccelpts for Hie week nt tlio three
Atlantlo ports, 28,t;i tons. Meltings
Fcrscurcncc Is nn advcrtisinj: nc
ccssity. Persct crinj; Honolulu adver
tisers learn thnt .Bulletin space
is an advertising necessity in order
tc Ret leturns that justify their ad
MICE 5 CENTS 7 f
COXC of IICW lorlt pW31Uini;, Wll
liam K. Hunt of Montana, James F. i
Pn-ilb fonnci Ocvcrnor General of
the Philippines; 0. K Barber nnd
Marten llsvr cj cf liew York.
Cc n a trll-known. jurist of
New York, havne- scrvc.1 ns United
States District Judge of the Second
C'rcuit of New Ycrl: sirce June -of
1902. Devne u a native of Cali
fornia, and served the Second Dis
trict of his sttt'.c in Congress, nnd is
now one cf the Democratic membcts
of ilie United State? EoaiJ of Gen
Tral Appra'sers at New York City.
Mr. Hunt is a native of Louisiana.
I'e 3erved in Coneresi from Mon
t 'a. was Qtvernci of Porto Rico.
' has been United States District
r'tc of Montana since 10C4 He
,i a EemMunn. Bti'jcr is a 1;?.-.-yer
m mw m
PEKIN, Jan. 5. The BritisH
Minister was informed today that1
th: Chinese Government hes con
Eemf xo arouraie uie nacoo noun-i
iiIa wmt rt t f'jmt A no 4l IJa -. . 1 Tl 'i
uw muHiiniimu jtuhuui. c
centlv the Chinese Roverumcnt do.
clared in the mcst nositive terms
Facts For U.S.
MANAGUA, Jan. 5. President
Madriz is conducting a careful inu
vestigation of tho, execution "bf4
brought about the intervention ofS '
4U. iti.j ii.i i.
V" "ucu vKvc"""u,
Land & Forest 'I
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5. A joint
resolution was introaucea in Con
mess today callinir for an investitra
4inn nf 41, n nriminfflvnllAn .f -Ca
,..,, wi ,., auiuitiiabiabivu m mc j
unuea, states j.anu uiiice una also,
of the Forest Service, of which Qtf-f
ford Tinchot is the head.
WSHINGTON, Jan. 5. United 'j
States Senator Gordon, n'ccessor tof.
me late senator JIcLaurin of Mis
iissippi. wn sworn in today.
f'nn nTin Phon 258.
WHY NOT TAKE YOUR
BREAD PROM THE
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