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Alaliiniii i Jan. 7
For San Francisco:
Alameda Juii. 1-
Aoraiigl Jan. 8
Monna Jan. fi
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4510.
Tlial Governor Kiear recommended
tint nppolntineiit of A. (i. M. Ilubeit
mm an llui Se'run I I'cdeial .1.1 Igo tr
lliu District Com t uhllo In Washing
Ion Ib now definitely known. Kor As-
soclate uf tliu Supiumu Court lie give
nn opinion faiorable to Ilia upiHiInt-
inent of IlolibbiR II. Anderson of the j
firm of Kinney, Hnllou I'roruer & An
derson. At a confccquncc lu Judgeships sit-
nation In tbn certainty of tbe appoint-,
incut of Andei.oii tu tbe Supreme'
llench and the extreme probability
t lint Governor l-'roa's recomiuendntlon
will bo sulllcleiit tu'oveicouui tho ob
jections Unit Imve leeu made to the
iiprolntiiient of A. G. M. Itobertson on
tlio United Slates District Court
When' linked 1Mb nionilns eoncern
lug the itevehipinentH In ,tlio filling of
vacnucli'H on the Supreme and Kederal
benches, Governor I'reur stnted tint
be bad beard nothing from Winhlng-1 actum on Hit' filling or tlio vacancy In
ton as yet, nnd could hardly ba ox-j thu oftlco of Huperlntendent of I'nbllc
peeled to put bimsPlf In thu nttltudo ' Instruction, but that he Imped to make
of announcing tbe piobablo appoint in beginning tomorrow In the consider
nients of President Tuft which might ntlon of the nominations,
bo count i noil from bis announcement (Continued on Page 4)
Heavy Penally For
False Census Returns
Rlne INot In Excess of $10,000 And
Year's Imprisonment Prescribed
By Federal Statutes.
When Hip census man drops lu for
an ulllchil visit nod proceeds to nsk n
number of queutlims tome of which
ma) seem a trltlo Venrcbliu; tell him
the truth nnd nothing but tlio truth.
If jou do not the law provides for the
Imposition of n monetary fine not to
oxceed flO,(uO or Imprisonment for u
pei I oil of not more thairone year. Iioth
lino and Inipiisoiiment can be Imposed
If tlm court sees fit.
The section of the. Poilera! statute
providing for tlio piinlchmcnt of thoso
attempting to uvndd tlio icqiilrements
or tbu censur, states that "It bbiill bo
Ibo duty of overy owner, president,
tieasmer, seeictnry. dliector, or other
olllcer iir ngent of nny inuniifactiiilng
A beautiful home with over three
acres of ground, fruit trees, lawns,
etc., situated in
UPPER NUUANU VALLEY
Eight acres of fine residence prop
erty situated on
JUDD AND LILIHA STREETS
For Particulars Apply to
Real Estate Department,
f.Ms Hawaiian Trust
11 Co., Ltd.
' "-'" MSmaUuSSaaSiMSi&i:m flMhXW'TVifiHttiit '" ' " 't"irr r tivfiMTr) itTJFStv A ifimMstitrW lAk-JL .1, . -rift 3&hJaf Isi .a.. ;
3:30 EDITION ""
For Federal Bench
For Judge . I
nl nny opinions lip may have given lg
I'lcsldent Tntt or Attorney Ucncrul
In icply to nn observation to tlie ef
fect Unit the community seemed to
think tlint tlio Supi cine .Court vacancy
was between Judge Do Unit of the Or-
cult Court and Ilnhblns II. Anderson,
Governor Kiear stated Hint bu bail a
high opinion of Judge Do Ilolt'H ser
vices on tbe Clicult llench nnd be-
lleved that bo wan highly elnclcnt in
tno dlsih.irgu of bis duties iih a Ju.U
"Sihuuld .Indite De. Holt not be np
loluted to the Stiptemu Court It will
certainly be no rotlcctlon uiHin litin,"
said tbu Governor lidding that De
Ilolt'H long anil fiblo service on tbe
I Circuit V.ench fully Justified the ex-
ll Vni-II.IIK 'l H'llllllllltu 111 dililu uu
Bolt, ' .
The Governor stated that he bn.l not
. bad nn opportunity to take any definite
establishment pf pioductlve Industry,
whether conducted lis a corporation.
Ilrm, limited liability company, or by
private Individuals, when requested by
tbu Director of the Census or by any
supervisor, enumerator, speclul agoht
or other employe of tho census iitllcft
nctliiK under tile Instructions of said
director, to answer completely and
cilrrectly to the best of bin knnwledgu
all questions on nny census schedule
Any portion who shall refuse
or wilfully neglect to answer nny of
these questions, or shall wilfully glvo
answers that are false, shall bo guilty
ot n misdemeanor, or Iniprhoned for a
poilod .not exceeding ouo yenrPiir both
so lined and Imprisoned at tlio discre
tion of the court."
Tho penalty carries with It tlio stlfl
illation that no publication will bo
niadu by tho -ensiia otriro whereby tho
data furnished by any particular es
tablishment can bo identified nnd that
only sworn employees of tlio depart
ment will bo permitted to exnmlilo tho
Individual re-oits. y
Penalties are also provided for, con'
sua employes who mhko public data
contrary to tlio regulations. A pun
ishment of n flno not exceeding $2000
anil Imprisonment for not nioie. than
flvo yenrB is prescribed for census em
ployes who make fnlso returns.
Mm i rnu nu pav
WHY NOT TAKE YOUR
BREAD FROM THE
Hotel near Union Sts.
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I 10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 0.
Attomoy-General Wickersham made
public today his final report on the
: charges made by Inspector Glavis
against the land administration and
Secretary of th; Interior Ballinger.
These charges were connected with
the famous Cunningham land frauds
and gave rise to the attack on the
Secretary of the Interior that has re.
suited in a call for a Congressional I
I The Attorney-General declares in!
his report that the Glavis charges I
are not proven by the facts pre.
WASHINGTON. D. C.Jan. G.
President Taft today rece'ived a del
egation from the American Federa
tion of Labor, who formally present
ed to him charges alleging fourteen
illegal acts committed by the Steel
This is incident to the general
campaign against the Steel Trust
that has been started by organized
labor on account of the insistence of
the trust on the open shop.
The President heard the commit
tee and promised that a thorough in
vestigation should be made of the
Siberia Brings Recruits
Tlueo hundred anil sixty-one 1111-'
plnos intended for the Hawaiian
sugar plantations have arrived at
Honolulu nnd wilt be speedily dis
tributed to tlie various Island es
tates. Tho Filipino laborers canio by the
I'licillc Mall liner Siberia, which
drew nloiiKsldi! Hackfeld wharf it
two o'clock this afternoon, after
nine and u half days' uneventful trip
acioss the I'aclllc from Yokohama.
I'ourteen layover passengers left
the Siberia's cabins at this port.
Other Asiatics who stop hero In
clude ten Hindus, eleven Cblneso and
The Siberia brings 020 tons of
general cargo, of which there aie
220 tons of plglrou from tho new
Hnngynng foundries. This Is said
to be the fust shipment ot Iron over
iccelved at Honolulu from China.
The Siberia brought less than
forty saloon passengers. Christ-
hum pMttu Joyous occasion aboard the
U'iVtJ ICuplaln Zeciier nnd Purser
lllyrup did all In their power to
make the occasion u delightful one
fori the truVelers under their
Now Year was ushered In short
ly lifter the Siberia cioascd the lino.
Tbe Slbeiln Is sailing for Ban
1'ranclBii) at ton o'clock tomorrow
morning ami will tube a shipment of
two thousiiiiii hunches of bananas
and several hundred tons of various
pioducts of the Islands,
About llfty passengerB have book
ed passage to Sail Krauclsco by the
fiom contagious diseases from Decem
ber 17 to December' 31. lDO'J. as fol
low: ',,iilierciiloslrfi'i:i. tyiWuld lover
I, lolaniis V, "' "v'1 '" '""
The Bulletin prinls all
HER CHIEF '
Saunders Is Badly Hurt
By Fall At
STRONG HEAD SEAS
Several Theatrical People of Note
Arc on Board Brings Small
Cargo and Takes But Little Awav
Xo Sail For Sound Today.
Chief O.TIcfr H. C. S.iuuder of
the Canadian-Australian liner Mo
ana, now In poit, was left at the
kenerul hospital at Bua, l-'ljl. bad
ly injured mill unconscious as a re
al It of a misty fall fiom Hie vcsol
o the deck ot a coal hulk below.
The accident occiined during the
conllng ot thu Moanu at the Fijian
loit. SnlindeiB Is said to have been
looking after that branch ot thu
work, and he was attending to the
iiiijiisiuiuut of I lie lirrifck, which lu
some manner swung nroiiud"- anil,
striking) the chief iillUe'r, tbicw Ii 1 tit
to the boat deck.
OHlcer Suiuuli'iH rolled' fiom 'ha
duck, and, hltiiuc the rail-of tin
coal hulk, sustained a series uf bod
ily Injuries which tendered lilm uu
com.olnii.t. It was Ic.ui'i'.' tluit the oflleer h'tl
three libs broken by the fall, und
theiu may be Internal Injuries,
though the extent of these could not
be learned until the Injured mail re
Tim sad nrclilcut hail a depress
ing enct upon the coips of nulcers
on board the Moann, where Saiin
dcis Is well liked by his mates and
Saundeis Is well and favorably
known to Honolulu shipping people
anil he Is Mild to have been quite
keen on sports. Ho bus been pass-
(Continued jm Page 2.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 6. Beets:
88 analysis, 12s. 9d. Parity, 4.71c.
Previous quotation, 12s. 8 l-4d.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 0. Beets:
88 analysis, 12s. 9d. Parity, 4.71c.
Previous quotation, 12s. 81-4d.
OF GRAND JURY
Recommend That The
Juvenile Law Be
Kccommeiidutlons for Increasing
tho elllcleucy of the 'juvenile dclliit
quency net aie made In the dual ie
port of the Tectorial Oiaud Jury,
presented to Judge Da Holt this aft
ei noon, Tho report In full is us fol
lows: To the Honorable J. T. De, Holt,
First Judgo of the Abovc-Kntltled
Tho flrntid Jury respectfully sub
mits as Its Dual teport:
That It has considered and
promptly acted upon, during the past
year, all liiiulncsH brought bofoie it
nnil bMs'fioin Hum to Hum repotted
fully, to thu tnnl thu ichuIIh or, Its
(Continued1 on Page G)
the bargain news any woman needs to read
JANUARY 6, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PINCHOTCrcw Fled From
EXPLAINS rinnmori Shin
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 6.
Pinchot alleges that Assistant For
csters Price and Shaw are the au
thors of the Ballinger charges.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 0.
United States Senator George W.
Perkins cf Califomia'suffere'd'irvery
terious injur? today from slipping on
the icy sidewalk. The Senator fell
heavily, injuring his spine and
braising his body.
Mr. Huntington Wilson, who was
with Mr. Perkins, fell similarly and
was badly cut.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 0.
General D. H. Rucker died hcte to
day. Aid For
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LONDON, Jan. 0. Explorer Can
tain Scott will be substantially aid-
ed by the British Government in fit
ting out an expedition in search of
the South Pole.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 6.
I Measures 'promising the arrest and
I punishment cf ex-President Zelaya of
I Nicaragua have been shelved by the
House of Representatives.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 0. The
thermometer registered eighteen be.
low zero in this city this morning.
The cold wave extends through' the
southern States, where the cround
is covered with snow.
IDAHO IS ASHORE.
1 PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 0. The
battleship Idaho, Captain Dunn, one
of the new 20-cun battleships of the
i navy, is ashore in the Delaware
SELIOMAN IS DEAD.
'.FAr.lS,' Jaiu. O.Viltiani Selig
man, tip' New Yotk banker, died here
British Bark Driven
The llrltlsb three-masted b.irk
Alexander lllaek, now ashore about '
a quarter mile on Hie Pain mill,
near Knbiilul, Is believed to be a I
doomed ship unless the weather mod- i
crntcs to considerable extent, wlilib'
will permit thu steamers from the '
Inter-lslnnd Steam Navigation Com-,
pally getting their llnej out to tlio
dlstres.ed vessel nnd make a com
bined attempt tu pull her titf.
The Alexander Ul.uk now lies In :
a small bight between Smeckels
villi- and Pnla mill, broadside to the j
shore, ami she Is hard and fast on
what Is declared a sandy and soft
coral bottom. j
The Atoxniider Illack went, on "tho'1
reef late Monday afternoon dining
a heavy northwesterly lain squiill
which Captain GrlMthsj the master
of the vend, states completely ob
settled the land, nnrl It wns only
after the squall bad passed and Hie
iiirtuln of mist had lifted that the.
skipper hud bis vmen icallzed tbel-l
perilous position. The bark went on
the reef bow on. with fori- and inlz-
ten topsails set, then turned mound
and now lies broadside, her port side
Ready to Report
Andrews Says Differences Have
Been Settled And Wheels Rcucly
To Begin Muvinjr-
That Provisional Conimltteo has
practically completed Its labors In
repairing tbu lences of the ltepub-
lican paity. It hasn't leported to tho
County Central Cummlttco as ot, but (
US 11 II1IS lllllll .111) III IIIIIIIMI 1IOCII
montnry evidence of Its activity It Is
presumed that there will be no partic
ular rush upon thu pirt of tlio com
mllteu to tell or their work,
"Wo linvu patched up nil tho differ
ences u have encountered, bad new
piecluct olub ofllcers elected when va
cancies existed ami lu short have dono
the work wu have set out to do," sas
l.orrln Andrews, who hns assumed one
of the leadlntl roles In tho activities
or thu Provisional Comnillteo. Tho
first doputy Attorney (Icncrul also
stiitek that innny or thu precinct dif
ferences linvu been adjudicated
through tho tactful usu or the hand or
j: si t: i: n i: :: :t n :t t: tt :: tt t; ::
HAWN. PAPER CO.
SECURES BIG ORDER
Paner Ordered Fcr the New Code
Book Is the Largest Order For
Paper For a Single Publication
Ever Placed in Territory.
The order lor tho p.iK?r ror the
AniTriCuli-IfawiilInu PlihlUhlng Co s
new Code Hook bus been placed with
thu Amerlcnu-llnwullnu Paper Co., und
Is thu lurgest order for ouo gradu of
paper ever placed lu this Territory.
Tho paper If placed In a straight
lino the width of tbu Code Hook will
cover u distance or fifteen hundred
TcrscTcrcnce is nn advertising ne
cessity. Pcrscming Honolulu ndver
Users lcam that Bulletin space
is an advertising necessity in order
tc get returns that justify their ad
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Ashore, In Heavy
being pIVt on the coml und sand,
while ihere appears to bu plenty or
water on tbe 4turbnnnl side of tho
Immediately after tolng on tho
reef, Captain tlritnths and his men
Wt the Milp In their own bo.Ws, MM
they are now awaiting orders at Ku
bllliil. Tlie skipper nnd Hie cruw
abandoned all their personal effi'CtH
and belonging in their bast,, to
leave what they believed a doomed
Ilio Alexander Ilbiel: li.i piled b,'r
selr up in u potllluu not far from
wbeie thu Simrta was .wrecked souiu
live years ago. It will bu icinciubur
nl Hint the Sparta cainJ lulu abu
lul with a full shipment of coal.
,i ! evoril luuifeitital attempt
bad been inntlp"innilltlii' ensel o:r
she vtm Iliiaily ab'iliiluirud, and later'
on a gie.it denl of her coal win sal-'
vageil nnd the vessel was finally
The position of the Alexander
lllaek I also not a great distance
tloni where the wooilell baik Colusa
went iifhure mjiiih linen jejrs ago,
(Continued on Pugc 4)
illploninry. That this np'ImtMlit vlun
of tbu work of the Piovlstuuil' Cum
tnlttee Is fully Jusilllcd must l ac
copied without argiiment. The major
Ity uf tho committee personnel ilecbt
ed nt the outset that tbu best ruwiHa
could be obtained by shunning public
Ity ami this policy has been eonslst
ontly adhered to.
The Provisional CoimnlMeo will tell
ull about It Kouietimo before next .May.'
BIG TENNIS PLAY
In older to have homo really good,
tennis on tho local courts while tlm
California cracks, I.oug und Mcl.oiy'li.
Ilu, are here. It has been decided to
have u slnglos und doubles tourna
ment. Six of the boot plnyera In Honolulu
will bu picked to plu- In tbu touriia
nleut nnd tbu two Davis Cup men will
bo placed m that they will bo In nt
thu finish of Ibu malclictt. l.onk nnd
.McLuiighliu uro sullied nt thu ,Unl "
verclty Club, wheru they will remain
for ono week. At present their plaii3
aro to go by (he Alameda to tho
The tennis toiirntmont ctbemu has
stirred up ul tho lacquet wlelders ot
Onhu, on i nil the he-it players of thu
Iflniid will be able to go up n'galu'st
tlio two California!!; lu both donblca
llattllng Nelson nnd Ad WolgnBt
linve been matched for tbu light
weight championship, and they will
piobiihly flplit on 1-Vbrunrjr '?k ho
roro tho Puclflo Athletlcj"qiiib7 Tho
niatcli will bu for forty-nvuWounda. '
nod the men have u side, bet ot S5000
uu thu result.
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