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Pram Sin Franeltooi
Hlri rn i Juitunry 12
For Bin Franclsoot
Sierra December 27
Maknrn January 3
Xentamlla ,,. January 2
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
SUPERVISORS MEET BUSINESS N
Tlio Unltci States cru'sor Wont
Virginia lemming fium Hllo and nr
living nt I Ioiiolit 1 u cmly Sunday
l-ionilng. with Captain llalstead on
the bridge, crashed Intel tho nurlno
railway, Ihu pioperty of Ihu Intcr
Islainl Steam' Navigation Company
ami befoiu the hugu naval lighting
iimrhlno was cleared from the wreck
age, It 1h cstliniitud that ilaniugu to
the amount uf u good many thousand
iloll.irH liinl boon done.
The Wist Virginia wan Been 'to
t-tentn tiluwly through tho channel ninl
come to a point where the hurlh at
Ihu naal wharf might huve easily
been iiiiule. Tho cruiser uiipaicntly
took up n eiinrhu which Indicated th.it
Iheie would be llttlo dlllloiilly In nuk
ing the slip, way, when (lie vessel
licked and tho stein enme around
teailng nwn tho big "dolpliln" form
''1 of heavy piles and cutting thoso
tlmbeiH some six feet below Ihe water
V Tho dinaktei to the marina railway
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linn wniicHueu nyinany people oiiuiu
wniprii.ini in iiia limn ' -i-iio inn
."of rending timber brought others
iiilkly to tho bceno.
Steamer Claudlne It Marooned.
The inn way upon .which lraeln
tin (ladle used In raising the vessels
k said by divers who have been work
ing on the damaged striiclmo an bad
Tim liitci-laland strainer Claudlne
has been on the marine railway foi
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A. W. CARTER IS
IteportH hero Home time ago that
A. YV. Carter wuu not even u receptive
ciindldatu fur the governorship and
that no fur uh ho was conrerned the
possibility of being a uuccessor to
Governor Frear -was n dropped Issue,
lire (onllrincd by the arrival of Mr.
Caller yesteiday morning on the 81
bela While declining to coinnroiit on gub
eiualoihil mutterH except (o nay thul'
bo has no Infill million concerning
probabilities) in Washington, and In
mid, smilingly, that Honolulu liar
heard considerably more about the
governorship than ho has, Mr. Cartel
(iille evidently considers that the mat
ter of his own possible candidacy It
closed, mid In any event his move
ments while on the mainland urn ai
Indication that no political stars wen
guiding hlni. lie did not get down to
Washington, and practically all of tin
time he spent on tho mainland war
given to business connected with tin
1'iuker much and to his own persona'
affairs, lie was lit in Chicago and
nfler that Ills lelurn to Honolulu wat
delayed by pi Unto matters, in Kal
Mr. Carter missed both the trans
Mississippi Commercial Congiess and
the National Conservation Congress
He got the fine blooded stock for tlu
lunch that lie went aftor, and his buy
ing Is closed for this yeur.
On the mainland business condition!
are generally on u good basts, nay;
Mr. Carter, ami lie believes that tin
Ban Francisco exposition lias the mei
behind It to make-jit a big success. Sal
Francisco Is some what quiet, but will
evidences of moro substantial baslf
foi Its business.
"I lioaid veiy little of Interest tr
Hawaii whllo I was: away." said Mr
Carter this morning. "1 Vnu kept luc
busy to get tho Honolulu papeis even
going from ify to city,"
PEKING, China, Dsc. 26. Gen. Yuan
perial government, has submitted to tho proposal of Manchu leaders that
national assembly action decide the form of government for China.
This meant that a republic it assured, for It is believed certain tho na
tional assembly will declare for a republican form of government.
SHANGHAI, China, Dec. 26. Dr. 8un Yat 8en, the revolutionary leader,
Is In full accord with tho plans of the other leaders for termt of peace.
Nanking has been selected at the future
GET EXTENSIONS OF FURLOUGH
rt.. i.. .- it... a.. ll.i 41., In. (l.A imam til luauiini.ln olirtrrra firs ru)
manMZniWrt$Wj! mT'Mfry- rortier'of ., . ty.
...... i . .. while tho new men will not be. Cor-'iur,
loiniussoned oil cers who are employ , . .. . . ,, ,,.
v - t n of the non-commissioned oltleera
edln the sunltiilloii campaign expires
Jaiiuaiy 4 unil that tlcnrinl Macomb
bus not tho power In grant nny fur
ther extension without pel mission from
Xliijor-llenernl Mitruiy, division com
iiinnder, It Is possible that the forty-
five men will have to rejoin their com
luiihs nn that ilntu anil llliollitr coii-'of nil the Inspectors Is to he luld to
tliigent take their plnies. Arrange-, morrow at noon to tajk the situation
incuts are being made, however, fur over and tltcldo vvhut Is best to he
the tltliiis' committee to send it cable done.
to the Coast asking that further leavo! A. V. Jiuld Is looking around for new
he granted. quarters for tho committee, ns the
If a negative iinswer Is received It Judiciary 1ms to be tinned over to tho
will liieiiu that the work will suffer n contractors on January I, Ho fur no
sevire setback owing to the fact tint place has been lived on
Itepresentlng himself ns special en
voy of HIierltT Jarrett, and notifying
the police station by telephone that he
was Deputy Juiler I'unotiii uf the
county Jill, All Nee, n trusty, ohtnlii--d
the police unto from Hergeunt John
Kelts It of the detective force yester
day uflernoon nnd with It spent part
of lil ChilstuiiiH Uay III u Joy rldo
through the stroilx of Honolulu. It. moro members of Iho "lieu Wise" mil
.vus one of the boldest trliks ever putjsicul comedy nnd vaudeville organlza
Hi on tho police lu tint end hu w.mi
-aught by Assistant Motorcule Olll-1
-el- Alireu and placed be bind the bars
Ah Nee, u ileuiily-louklng part-Chl-lese,
has been enjovlng the liberty ot
tho streets as it trusty, When Christ
mas Day came he decided to have a
uy rldu lu u police miiihliie. He went
ip to Sergeant Kellett's place on
SY'hool street mid told tho deputy chief
if detectives that ho vviih suit there
y HhcrllT Juirett to taku the machine
inik to the police station, Kellelthes
tnted for iivvhlle, but llnully yielded.
Cellctt told him to take tho inuihlne,
mil Ah Nee, tie lighted with his trick,
-ode nway smiling
(Continued on Page 2)
Two Japanese fUlieiineii, Hoilo and
Coldo, wore ancbted at 1 o'clock this
ifternoon by Harbor I'olleomau Jack
Vedny, for Hulling for mullet and oth
r small fish near tho United Btutes
iiiuruntlnu Island, They wore brought
o the police station, whcio they were
ocked up for tliu day.
fiovcruor Frcar staled this morning
hat hu has hud no ottlclul news from
Vii'liiiigtou as to his irapp(iliitinuiit
nd that ho does not expect to hear
intil January, but he adrltted that
lo has iccelvcl worl through private
cnurces, and tho.conlciitu seemed to
.dease lilm greatly.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
Shlh Kal, representative of the Im
capital of China.
C11 (). ,,;,, ,in. flir,iler e!UO, cxe
r tlu- pt riiiinHloii Ik grunted, mid these
hnn linnded III their resignation.
has been found that In certain of the
iipniias two pieelmts can bo looked
after by one mill, and In one ease this
has already been llxed nn A meeting
IN POLICE AUTO
NOT FOR THESE
"fiood-byo mah honey, we's bound
tu be loll behind." sang out one or
tlon to their leader us the Matsou
Navigation liner Wllhclnilna pulled
nway from tho Han Francisco whurf,
leaving the major portion of a com
pany of colored players, recruited cm
!ho coast for tho Honolulu Amuse
ment Compiny, facing nn Irate ciunt
Hen Wise, orstwhilo Novelty that
tre star attraction In duvs bjfjre tho
local comhlnu was ongaged to bring
lovyn u company of rohued vaudevll-
lluiiB, He had roundel up what lie
declares was a line bunch of talent
and had marshalled his fences to the
Mat son wharf and on hoard tho
steamer when nn ollllcer of tho law
novo in sight and waved n sheaf of
formlclahlo looking documents at Cap
tain Johnson nnd I'urser Draw of the
Wllhelmlnu, demanding that tho vos
bol ho hold Biilllclcnt time to permit
of the removal of tho delegation of
actors. Something was said about
Ilia violation of contracts. At any rute
Hen Wine una two or threu perform.
era managed to evade the lynx-evoil
olllceis and landed nt Honolulu this
morning. Tho remainder of tho com
puny uro stfll on the count and they
do say that the end Is lint jet,
a ess e
Tho local battalion of Marines has
been strengthened by tho addition of
n dcluchnient which arrived on tho re
frigerator ship (llacler Huiiduy morn-
lug This tills up somo holes In tliu
Camp Veiy iiiuks, cuiiscd by tho du
pai Hire ot discharged men.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1911.
rAsMWInlri Vress CiU. I
TEHERAN. Persia. Dec. 26 The
proclamation of martial law to regain
order for this city it ixpected to result
seriously. A demonstration has fol
lowed the news that Morgan Shutter,
the American treasurer-general, , hat
been dismissed at the demand of Rus
(Xpnbil Bill I vt in lil.l.)
ST. PETERSBURG, Ru., Dec. 26.
Persia's chartott of murder and out-
rapes, made against the Russian sol
diers, are denied here.
Assoeliili-d t'rvst OiiW.
MEXICO CITY, Me.., Dec. 26 Tho
itirrender of Gen. Bernardo Reyes is
ievtd to end the insurrection.
fAssnelalxl Pr" CutriO
GLASGOW, Dec. 26. The Guide
mont has foundered in the Bay of Bis
cay and the captain and fifteen of the
crew have perished.
MORE TIME FOR ANSWERS
IN STEEL TRUST CASE
(Sr..'clul II il II el I ll Cilhte.)
TRENTON, N. J., Dec 26. Further
extension was granted in tho Federal
Court today for the Filing of answers
In tho U. S. suit to dissolve tho steel
NOTED GENERAL DIES
(tils-clal Hull-tin Culile.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dtc. 26. Gen,
Charles H. Hodges, retired, Civil War
veteran and noted military officer, died
here today. Ho was 64 years of ago.
Mrs. St. II. n. Wallers, wife of Dr.
Walters, Is Heiloiisly 111 at their home
ut Kiuuii mid Mukiki stieets, ami it
was said this ufluiuooii at Dr. Wal
ters' onice. that she js very low. It
was refuted that the Illness became
so serious quite suddenly today.
noU-rt llomrr, through his attorneys,
this nftiriiunii died n motion with
Judge Cooper III the Circuit Court to
quash the answer of tho Kiiicalaii l'lan
tatlon Company, Limited, and Albert
Horner, Its president, In connection
with the writ of mandamus nnd utter
native writ tiled against them for the
purpose of having u meeting called.
The motion slleges that there Is no
excuse fcr not i-alllng the meeting, that
tlio arguments set up In the answer lire
not siillhleut lu law, uud Hint the
whole unsvvir Is licit sulllclent Id law
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iiMi AiJlli,,. ' vf .Mi'.'l 'JX&teZJ. -ll 21 fcft iJLt.
Are Having Successful Season
; REPUBLIC RESULT
ROADWORK IS CUT
velTIIDl'll III' l'V 4
$30,000 for Motel street widening.
$1'0,000 for I'earl Harbor loud.
1,10 monthly Incrcusn for po-
I lltiiflU for new hru department
$18,00(1 for extension of electric
r $ -1,000 for auto patrol wagon.
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ciHiperuiiuii i"-ii - ""u...
Supervisors and the commercial
bodies. In uettluc their money's Tvorth
for the tnxpajeis was idiown when
tliu SiipervisorH nut, Sunday morning
Admiral Thomis made on official
Inspection of the I'onil Harbor naval
work this morning. Accompanied by
Admirals Southerland and Cowles,
Captain Harlow of the California,
Lieutenant Gaylcr, tho naval civil eli The two girls were nothing at Wal
glneer In charge of theAork, Major klkl and at the time of the gallant
Neville, commanding Camp Very, uud rescue participated In single bunded by
his personal staff, tho coimnandor-ln- Kmltli tlu-y were struggling In de-ep
chief made tho trip to the dry dock wetter not far from the end of the pier
situ on the station tug Navajo; I which extends from the Moana Hotel.
The morning wns spent lu walking! The cries feu help brought several
ever tho reservation nail viewing 'tho rguests uud others lu tho scene, but he
proposed building sites for shops and fore anyone could gain the water,
(.unrtcrs, ns well us the wcrk already Smith hud run nlong the pier, ill
accomplished. Tho concrete pouring vesting himself of a portion of clothing
on the drydeck floor proved of great us he hastened to the point where the
Interest to tho Inspecting paity, and young women were battling with the
considerable, time was spent In look-! surf,
jug over the big cradle.
Camp Cowles, the encampment ' of
tho fleet marine battalion, nlsn came
in for nn Inspection. Major Hill, com-
mandlng, has made an ideal cauvac
(Continued on Pag 2)
DICKEY TOLD IT TO
I-ylo A. Dickey and D. U Within, tienvrnl Arthur .Munay loft on the
ton rival attorneys in arguing the overland limited yesterday for Wilsh
luted Atchcrley before tlio U, S. su-'.lngton to confer with the President
prcme court teturiied to Honolulu to- and the Secretary of War concerning
gether on thu Wllhelmlmi today, urn! additional rortlllcatlons for I'earl llur
Mr. Dickey had tho unileiiluhle plea- "or. Iluwull. the Inspection of which
...ire of Infouulng Mr. Wllhlngton f he has just completed.
Ihe fact that Dickey's client, Mrb.t Ooiu-rnl Murray will recommend the
a.i.....w i.,..i ... n. novo .establishment of a mortnr battery on
Arm. U..i I... ....s in Washlne.
Im, ninbA Wnnl f.i -nil Pillfri Iltl.t
n n -.-
Wllhlngton to llostun and bitli nr
I'ved In San Francisco In time to get
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Accuuriey, i no n 1 1 u i n k unu
Ington service enabled It to nnnounco
exclusively the result of tho case here
.vltliln a few hours after It had been
decided, The II u 1 1 1 1 n's liows vvus
rubied right hack to San FrancUco
by Mr, Dickers father, C. II. Dickey,
and reached thu ultort'cv lust before
he sailed for Honolulu. He met Wllli-i
(Continued on Pag 4)
und after a Html vvreMllng-mntch with
the troiihlexume lilllil linrl.lt loll bill
i,ill,i..,l n iiollc-v fur Ihu m.vl slv
months that means etonoiny In boiiio
dliectlons mid Impioveinenl In others,
Aside fiom tliu lump appropriation
Items ot which mention la made ubove.
tliu biggest single feature ot the he-
fore-Chrlhtmus day session Is the
futt lli.il the il.y falbdii have re-1
duced the roid department woik
practically to u maintenance basis,
cutting out nearly all now work 111
tho country dlnlrlcla and nil lint tho
most necessaty new work every-
The roul deinrtmeiit U allotted $100
llcr ,e ,.,. )(Mr rr m.nuteimtico
purposes. The lemalnder, sinuethliig
like $30,000 Is lo be used as a general
fund, nnd when any uuw work comes
(Continued on Page 4)
Chief nnglneer O. A. Hinlth, one of
the well-known olIlcerH lu the Oceanic
steamslilp sierra, now lu pert, savisl
two oung ladles from u watery gruve
on Sunday morning.
The chief engineer sprung Into the
water nnd it was the work of but a
very few minutes that he had both
nearly exhausted women to n point of
safely at the float, nnd biter they were
I escorted to the beach and sufety
GEN. MURRAY TO
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 20. Major
opposite side of tho hurbcir to
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wl' lw"i"iw .i.inuiu HWin 4.1 i. nn-
Iiiiinii mill urnVfPiit IfitiiHitir intrMou
tniico uud prevent landing
gaining nccess to the Isluud.
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m-.w.. u. .. bu.iv.h, ........ v. ...
vitii iiiuiv.! tiiunu nni iiu sit viis
inund of the division.
H. E, HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakoa Streets
This paper tolicltt Its advertising
upon the bss.lt of results enlyl and
from results shown, many advertisers
are making the oolumnt of the BUL
LETIN profitable to themselves. Tho
large space taken by local merchants
certainly answers the question, "Does
tho BULLETIN sell goods for the merchant?"
PRICE 5 CENTS.
((?!( Ill II ii II e tin (.'iirroiMinfli no )
WAMIINtmiN, l !e J5
Kal.inl ili'iob- hiiK been nr-
Hvly urging th- lellnlf loeutloii of
new hurra. ks for the Interior military
"Ih The irsiilt ot his Imiulrles has
dew loped Hie fact that the n.-vv. bir-
nuks will probably bu loenl.d nt fort
Hlurter C S .Mli:ilT.
At depirtmiut iKiohimirli r no olll-
clal Information ban Ikpii reciMvidrcl-
utlve lo tho lelxtloii of a permanent
barracks site, nnd dipartinetit nllkluK
know no more loucirulng the. dlsposl-
jtlon of whatever now troops may bo
H1,( to Hawaii than Iln-J did thrrn
It Is known here, howevei', that a
board In now' in stsslon In Washington
consldi ring, among trtlur mutters, tho
mlllury situation In Hawaii, and the
genenil belief . si ems to b.i that till,
board Is inure llkel) to deildo In ff.vor
of UchotUld HarnickH than of INirt
Khufler, on account j(, tu.tj idel n.l
extended ground for drills mid inalieii-
vera nt the lornu-r place However,
there are 1141 ne-res In the Shutter res-
ervnllou, nnd nlthouKh iniicli of It Is
high land, there nre ninny aires of rlc
fields which could be tilled uud leveled
for parade, nnd drill grounds, mid there
Is plenty of space for quarters unit
barracks should the post he ultimately
MAY SPLIT SITE OF
ARMORY TO GET SETTLED
BY C. 8. ALBERT.
(Sixclil Hull-tin Corrstimii net )
WAPIIIKUTON, I. tiee. 15
These Is ii strong probability Hint the
site for a new armory inn)' be obtained
through the recession to the Territo
rial government of all or u part of the
drlllshcd ground Although no II mi I
cuiicliisloii has been reaelud, great In
terest Is manifested by Wnr Depart
(Continued on Pag 4)
J. L. STACK SAYS
Kuslness eoudltloiiH nit over the
mainland nre pro'peiing exrecdhiKly,
and tho threat of tariff legislation nt
Ihe present session of Congress will
not disturb the steady growth uud de
velopment of American ludustr), In
the opinion of J I.. Ktuck, the noted
advertising expert, wbu arrived on the
Mr, Ktiick's whiter home Is Hono
lulu, and ho conies bad. to It, smiling
ninl happy. He ciiiiik here about n
)eur ugo for a visit, and liked the city
uud the Territory so well that he pur
chased ll beautiful bcuch residence at
Wulklkl nnd Is now here nflir u stren
uous season's work on the mainland.
He Is president of the Stuck-l'iirker
iidvrrllslug iigcmy of Chicago, onu of
Ihe foremost advritUlug experts lu
Ann I lea and n recognized authority
on business conditions It Is part of
Ills highly successful business methods
lo keep n linger on the pulse of Indus-'
try. mid his ellsgnosls of business to
day Is Hint It Is healthy, growing und
bound to prosper,
"Theie need bo no worry iibout tariff
liRlsl.itlon during the session affecting
business generally," he suld this morn
ing, "People have been stirred up so
much by tho trust attacks of Roose
velt, Tuft and the rest of them that
tlu-y uru not nl.inued ut legislation
and no panic will result,- ,
(Continued on Pag 4), , m, ,
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