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Vol. IX. No, 101
HONOLULU. TKIlItJTOItT 01' HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUJjV 12. WOO.-
PmoH r Onnth.
Chinese Cuds Trained
un Bnusn boaer&t
Clu-foo, Juno Vls-ChSnuw soldier
trained their cannon 011 the party of
DrltUh marine that bad been nt up
to Hong-Shan lo defend Hi': railway an!
mine. They were In audi rnt iiiitn
lor Hint tlig marine were order"! o
retlro In I'cI.JkiDIIo, on the coast,
wh-r they boarded n gunboat,
Tlit-ru wem fifty American and
twenty-Urn llrltlih r fug"- at l'e.!.al
Jlo, who were la km by the marine to
Taku, thento to Cefoo,
J'our preacher of tho Methodist ion
ferritin who lia'l Ik-cii Ml at I'eklnic
became ii'-rrou anil tried to get away
toTI-iiTlnnJuiwZ9tli, Tb7 wnl. ,
wiiii .our woi..i. who iu-m, i ,.,
rl.lapo, Hie railway t'rniliit... but ll.e.
wa no train and tli- lrlde ,;,,j bH
Imrncrf. K tl.ey teeKrflpli'd to Kn-
Tal for an enRl.ie. A tiatl nlnt.r
l.roUKlit ono hiii! at p. m. they .tarte.1
for Tien Talii, Hut the iili,r 1-
amp'd when li found the e d-
fclroyd nUtiiv, tho line,
On Tueday they trl'-d to lke thlr
f.mlll. ti I'e.UI-llo, hut found Hi-1
lino eut, and m we ritilili.ed to Takii, ,
whkh I now afe, th fort imvlnu ,
lie, i, ,le.troyd,
r.,i,r rrencn .ri.-i .. ,rn ,mu-
lerert in t;i.i-i.i. Tli,. rorMKii r,nicuu .
nro entirely to hlarne for till. troHhlr. ;
it Ihey1 did not lUten to th eliiforroif
lion they had Ioiik ko, Jiutthe,ar!y
i-,imaw , K,e.i aro .mireiy
Hi-ymour I report,-! to hav rap-
mreu many iaim ii ome rppr.
no riuiHieu irom ii.nr i r,.i .i.t
the imperial trwp prepared to oppo ,
hi enliano.. Th ,-Katlon rfil.,d U
iravHi-minK ami inrow i.ienpoi'
luiiiy on urn iunK.i...iam.n.
$200,00 IN PRIZES
' llieiinliiK po' In on man' anU,
The BuaiiTIN offers to the ptf partleularly In thl ear..- wli.io iho
orn who, between February 1st and ffltia WM untrnui m torporaiim
iuly jist, shall send n the larccst ,(mt owned ev,r..l of t, f-xi.tii.i; .
number of new subscribers, the W-1 UltlU UJM., Yhe p,;wcr tl.cld (e
lowing prizes: vented In a Uwrd of llcniii lomiui-
Ut Prlz. Cleveland Bicycle, 70. 1 loner,
Th winner of the it prize li it liberty J,r- -"'"" 1 ' '' "'"
W choo between moJel ,J, 91 and 94 of of the fan- to the rtpoit'. In :h. (ml
the 1905 Cleveland lilcycie. MoJel 04 1 ' pla,e. Hie Ilee.i.,, imdarle a In
.iTdltrw'Jwf.eel,weithlniKlh,an!,f'',' fl"'1 " ''"'" c"Hnt" ",'
Moderfa a heavier road wheel, wt,4lb. ,u""' prevented hi ltiln4 n Iik-iimi
Th bicycle to be selected from tlie ntock I for the pr.mU now occupied by Mr.
efthe Honolulu Itleycle Co,. agenU I ,..,,.,
for Cleveland Bicycle. (The choice may "',"'' .,,,.
be made between the correipwidlng ladlev 1 "" " ' ttrtindiirl' were ,..
Modeli, thould the winner of lit prize be tftid") to Includ Qi.ti tti,t, l.e
UdyJ. . j ihould refuno a Ik-tnit to tli.it parlldi-
, , ilar hxallty. It proximity to the boat
Iml Prle, Slnfter wlnj ; M- , w 0Dt oM,lll9ll, A,1(il,1(,f
c,llne ' W.OO. WM tf)t, B(11tu,() int,nil'.n of cifrliiic
The winner of tills prize may chcote tu allor cnntom, whi '.1 wfiul I make It
WSPHiZifttllSnuu tlflZyjZ!; M to U u nol7 pi. -hiUMI en
Hut with otcillatlnctliuttle and top (iivtr, . .... . ,-, ,
that with vlbratlnic shuttle and cabM Important buln .jati. The hul-
top, both five-drawer machines, or the tie liotiwn In th vicinity ver oi-
Automailc," with three drawe'i, 'I ,U ,,.,! , mr,nK fil, lflM,,
ZrllTti'fo "a.n H -- "'" - -"'- lt
jiundf, would refine n llint for that pl.i"e,
" "" " but If the lifiiiiiilarlT wtre et"r.ded he
Srd Prlxe, Premo Mcnlor Camera, NfJOfiII lmi" thtrn h !litnt for tjtieen
4xB, with Outllt, 0.00, rM.t ,y()n( xmuini.
The Premo, Sr., hai !juble Swlni A Ui the matie,- f (.no-man pow, r,
ack, Double Sliding Frait,and Hack an2 ' Mr. UhhIiik nald ho l.ud found It ril-l
.tt'orTirrnrriij-Y " " rw,'n"fH";
utfit Include 1 llate Holder, Tripod, J '"hi, and dfjiuty ah' riff ont.lde, had
Trayi, Developer, Fixer. Negative Facb, siilhorlty to pan .ip-i IIi'iim-. It vn
OraduaU, itlrrlri Kod and lantern. ,, ,JV.rnof prerorJuWo al- to ap
Cunera and outfit are from the Photo- n...... . ., .. n.M... . ., 1
luonlv Co.. tote arit. Vrurt or ,llappror4 of 11 Uniin: and
4tfa Prlxe, a Zonophone, the Lt-
t Improvement on tlietiroino-
pbonc, with O KecordM, .'IO.OO, 1
Thl. I. (h. lo,i( nH m,-t mtonl
Ulklnr machine vet Invented. It Is to be
eltttfdfromtheitorftoftheHeriiitroin'rJKiii, .S'atlv( and whit wen Joined
munico., oieazenisiorineiiawjiiaii. fl .i.o-.. ,flrou and a aerh of
The following conditions of the contest
ut be observed!
1. All subsalptlws must be prepaid at
iMut three months In advance.
x. No renewals or transfer of subtcrip
tin will be Counted in till CMlleSt as
cw sutscrlptlons, fcach Mint mutt be a ' ,,.. w,k... ,... .- .,nrt ,,, , ,1..,
txiM fide addition to the subscription lists. ",''"n wn" fl,'i'1 - un ,m "' J '"
I. Subscriptions should be sent In as I'olho Court thl for, noon on tho
eon as secured, together with the name'dianci of drunk' fim-.
and address of the person to whom the 1 ,
uptenpuon IS vi v crruueu, writ a 11 1
the subscriber. Great care should be Uken
to cJve ACCUHATIty the full lume and
address of each new subscriber.
Any oeriton In the IfH'ltak, niam ut ih iwiui butt hiu-
wullan iHlundH Is eligible
to try Tor these prizes,
c..i.i,. , ,r
im lor liuee monlhsistrlctly hi 1 advance
MU Sarah K fray, a hluMy
teeimil )t-ield-iit, wa owl ilM'l If) b1"!
nbout iiil'lnliiht at Walklkl Sim In I
rfllriil a iiaiiul, 01)1 having fill inn
we) ti,r u fuw day Mm nolwonl"-"' "" '"" ""r " '" " 'wrr
iiiljf ho hevjid her i,r wmU
She went Hiti) hor mom and pojc in
ur wlHioin rci.i.v)iig un mir m I
on ii xaii)iinK her 1 it found Himi llfo
hai) u-,i ')) johion Pwk fo' ufart
s'loan) un mmni nt Wt limy'
r!rah 'J')u i;iiviu will lalm Plm to
t m twM nt iitnitefi ww
milm tm m la? mw in n&
Mi i'lfgj Mi tin h t
THAT SALOON APPLICATION
Attorney Andrews Mikes Complaint
Agilnst Tremrtr Lansing
Hit KiQtttn W 1
Huntf Btfere Gauioor '
Council Wu IiEMed J!r. Luutf,
Suits HIi biiwi.
Strong iatrneiii baring ikii t
tllllll'd toC, It. IJeniinl MMldflig lii
Krl'-vatic against Tieasiire, tanning, a
leporfr aiktd Mr. Dtrntnt to stale Uic
t'iitlciilar of hit convplaiut. In riply
li went over th- familiar ground of
tb'' claimed right of fclan'f and Mr,
y-n ,jU .,,,.,, fo WM a wlonri I
, 7Mt u ,-,l p.uiii. Mi f
f(mV( n a fiw an(, tum m
, ilmt hUtH 0fO, tJ, , ,,,.
Bfc W .vuit 0 4D e,,linu.
mlM th, Tr.8,Hr ,j ,h, Tt,t,ry,
u ritlrTtli ,hf, tnHjtX, , Um, Mi.
r;wj( H,, lhMr ,UcM7 ,,,, rvtl.
,Umh ,,, ,v,u,jn wlt r l-.u
XniU 0U Mlili ,rin Mll) w,
,, nmU n .mU.nu il of ;rr.ipil..ti
HtllUt Jr XIM,Mt M .,mt ,tne
(), MU.VI ut 0j,jc,,,n4 t0 n,e i,en.
to 1. frlvoloti..
.TirKl, ff, fcn4nft Of flOWimr
, aM Mr u,m , wutSlUwi,f ,0
( mitvM t (, 0oT,rn, Wfl,l(,
..,.,,. i,..n., ,nrtIi1 i ,.,..
,y fWr((,,11, ltn , mr()(lldn
, ,nau.r ,) iJf ,,, .,w,,ra.
, ,,,,,, ,, JIr UmSK for v rf;l!.
,, , flnJ f)e ,jril(,r ,,,,1,
w)n ,, ,,.,, ,( ,MW ,,, j,,
U)), m ,hft. ,h(. , fKjWtf (
Kint,K a i,t,,m w(., ml(, , hlls.
y,., thl! ltml,.r WJ, ,Mm Mllte ,.
'tM a,,d tlll d'.rldf.,, wuhoot my
hayliiK li'en Invitti or notified Ij lo
Mr. Andrew further gave II,' opin
ion that It wan no', rluli. to !uvo Hie
the (lovernor a h'J b'ii m ton-
, """' '' """"'I on Hie matter.
CfirmiMc on Miller Ktrcet.
' "'"' '""' ""' "' """' ""
' Miller itreet above Hretanl,i laat
! fliilil that (ontlnued to a lalo hour.
j Finally the ii-lichbor sot tlrcl 01 the
nole and nt for th' polhe. Captain
.., ,, .,. ,., ,,, ,
Opunul and other went up In the
palrol wagon, atopK,I the acandaloii
,t(ri ami arrle,l ll.r,,- niell. nil if
Tomorrow' Itlllc Mutch,
Tho riflo matih iKtween team from
th iMill'e forco and Co. I', N, fl, II.,
'iiiryNfierooou. Th i-n am all Iiiko,kI
trim mid u iU mm-. i p-'.i"i, Tho
!p'dlihmHidvnig'. for (hey r
"uioH'l lo ' Jwlhl rang". 'fh,h nr well allnuM. A iiuny as a
i". rooya win try i,ipn'i 1111 urnurn
!pradho lher lochiy and lomonow
j Tho polbHud Co, I' will juiUhdr vny
l-'l ni- im lh ifl)-
i n""t i"1" "' '"'"I "'"' ','"'4 '
i"h" "'"' "'"""' m,if "' '"" nn
oav rW worn r..i,iw'k
DEATHS IN PALOLO VALLEYjTHE CHINATOWN INSURANCE
Native Woman Declares Kahunas
Aie at Work.
Her Holland Quarrtltd With t Hill While
Tiotble Oter Pastorage-StTtn Out
of Twtltc Hire Died.
A native woman, aged about 3." or
10, called at thn Hoard of Health MtVi
yaterday and Mated that ahe had i-nmoi filed am won tu eivcrnl ault iiii fire
from that particular kuleiti.i In I'alolo, Insurance poltVu In Chlinlown. lie
valley, wherei an many natlvea have i aide n (cnei.I denlil, llie furtli?r in
died re, cully, Hlie winded to Inform wcr la made In eaili cane "that tho do-
the Hoard that neither alio nor any of
th efitlfer on (he kul,an.i ion Id pay 1
for the burial of the laat victim, their j
minim havlriK len exlintntcd In the
hlirlal of the on, who hid preceded
Or. (larvln, who wa In the ni( at
the time, told tho woman the Hoard
would aeo to the burial of the body
Thl erne, to comfort her and h
wa nlKitit lo I'.ne when It atruck the
dotlor that tin inlxlit italn aonio Infor-
matlon from her a to the r'-eint
-fffitha In I'alolo, According, lie do-
tallied her for a abort time mid mkiil
In a raual manner the natlvfl wo-
man ald Ihero had Ik en twelve pen.
pie In the two houae on tho kuleana
but that anvdi had 4led from varloua
f bum-. Two of theae had only been In
the valley n abort time hut tho other
the had Ik-cii there for many year.
They had been wont to procuro their
f1h and meat from Honolulu, their pol
from Kamollllll and their water (lowed
pant their houae from a cryatal kprlnrc
far up In the valley.
Through Secretary Wilcox the wo-
man wa aaked her opinion nbout the 1 Zimmerman and other wa nrnue.l lie
recent death. Immediately her whole foic the Hunrcme Court today.
manner changed. Hhe apokn exclte'l
ly and geatkulated In a manner that
dearly allowed her Intercut In the aub-
"Borne week ago my husband quar
reled with a half-white from town over
the paxturage of aomc of the latter'
horae on tho Omen' I11111U. An ar
gument atnrled the trouble. Next came
rnruK and th, n n flat fljlit. My hua
band got tho beat of the ether man who
came lo town and et the kahuna to
work on 11. A you e, they havo
done their work well.
"That my huabatid wn not the flpit
to dlo I a mere cnlneld'-iire. He hail
charge of tho (Juen'r paattin and wa
Iho head man of the plaic. The dead
ly purpoae ha b-en aimed against ill
the people of the KulMtn and my hna
band wa doomed anyway. The time
did not make any difference- lie had
lo die. It may have b"-u part of (he
diabolical purpoae of tho knhuuni to
let him aee Hi, Ir wor: on other of hi
houa, hold before cindim hi death.
POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
Secretary Coopi' ha received no 1 er
II Ilea tea to algn for two daya, In ion
nedlon w,Ci thn payment of I'oti.il
Saving Hank depoilt There vcre
only 3 the drat day. The whole work
of preparing; tin, eertlfliiiK- fall on
one man, Clurlei Murray, and he baa
dulle In tin Moioy Order oillce Ik
aide. Ilesl-tt tompulllig e.iih r.r
(Mint tin Ki lo finally wrlle up (h
pnaalKKik ,ir nd II, together with a
(crtlflcate n ilupllci'i, tc the Secre
tary of the Territory . .ilea "nidir
b-(f" bo put on the Job, Hie inafilp
Hon will not lie Ibpildati I IWore
HolillcrH In Hiivino.
Central rwirn have In en taken by
tho Army and Nry Departmint of lh
y. M, a. A. In Havana, fn m which they
nro able 10 fci'V In clone tiioli with all
H,lnl ou'aldo of tho clly and ilcaely
aupcrvlae 1.10 work. !n thn CiUimt
dlatrlit tlnr h alx renting toonn
open, and uppllil with writing nia
terlal, gam', etc, HfMnlnll ilaain ,ne
(ondurtid. Well att'ndcd (l(ipe ineit.
Ing are held, At t)tu inndoi tlm room
r lha (,iil,r of Rtiritr'o 1 l b'I w.I
dler visltliiK II." town, Oft'-u 11 niiiiiy
11 h hundred and fifty ir.u are In Die
room at one 1 1 me. IMil'iitloiml clae
In I'nxlUh, geography, arllliineilc, pen
iiuinahlp, hlaiory, (locii'lon ind Kpau
iiiijiiicci iinu tiiiriy miiiii iuivm aiieni
,i Hm Hua inn ilnictai lliri" At
Kan 4 nun, I'oilo llh'0. loiiifoiiithlw
loom, ciiiirally Imalid, iiujhihm, will)
H adlnif iiiuli'r, xaiiie slutbiiery, id"
Wild a will ' l ll ilfciil-llna llbiwiy,
lwhii lammli ij)rliH by lli aol-
imnwlim A wslliioiiil rim-
tnurimi U d"'i lY hw "vmiIdk, ami
la luiHi'lv Hiiroiilc A ji,uii loum
j I III" II till 'Ifc'l'el IIMdll)aa WiliMl) (III'
I vynii miii imIi a mm wion ! of
1 ihi Uiiiijit ui nsfjitf-fU aiaiiiws hi '11-
fKlelil hi1""' Inv lahHll dfnl c)u vim-
u In fi Inn hoi an, nullej and im)-
inv fDaiief nailwwy, fiwamviH
Several Companies Defend Themselves
Upon Policy Stipulation.
Double-Dealloft Charged Against Mortgagee -
Jurisdiction la Mirlllme Case South-
wlck Backs Out.
I.. A. rinrstii mil Ilohertson ft
Wilder, ai'im-'v for defendant, Im"
atructlon hf the property mentioned
In aald (otupl.ilu; 01 cm ml Inttn and
through 11 c,iuj not liiauud iikiiIikI l,y
raid rontra-t ol Inturaui'".'
In the fonvti'miio inae of Mnlialo vh.
Adnmu and Alli'rt Horner, the laltrr
defendant by hi nttorueya, Kinney,
It.nltr.it & Mcfl.iniilian, IIV 11 motion to
amend tlm nn v r. He allcKe Dial nt
tho time he pun-'nxid the land fmm
Adnmti the plilntirf, Maknlo, ndiil u
broker In ni'KJtlatlni: tho m.iIo. The
plaintiff adviaed Mm to Imv the l.in 1,
and neither then lur for tlrar Iherc-
after did h claim tn have 11 innrm-ae
on the land. It I Ihcrefo.-c clalmel
that the plaintiff It now i Mopped from
enforcing hla inortKiiK.', If any there lie,
lo th (-detriment of thla defendant.
Kinney, Italian i idcCI.'-imhau, proc
tor for llbellant in Wlll'-ra Hteam
hip Co., . Hhlp John C, I'otter, lllo
a brief for plalntlif uron plea to the
jttrladldlon. They quote the Orxanlc
Act to chow that tho caj begun In the
Clrcult Court befnro Hie Art cime Into
effect ahould be carried on to final
JuilKinint In the aameiourt.
John HohenberK and other v Anna
Crelghton for plaintiff; Do licit fur
Thoma S. Sotithwlck by hi attor
ney, Kinney, llallou ft .M,,-Jlan.r,iaii,
hi withdrawn the aipeal In hi cane
agalnat tho Hnwallan Tramway Co.
Harvey II. Hllthcock and olhern va.
l-'rank llualnco and oth-ra will be
heard by Judge Humphrey on Tuei
day. 21th lint. Thla I one of the Ka
Mary .Ann Kvan tin dleontliine,
her dlvoftii ault ngalnst Wm. 'Ivnni.
Tho final re,elit of heir of the l.ito
IM. I)owett hn been filed.
How to Win 11 Wnmiin.
Jerome K. Jerome, the author of tlio
famoua New Vork Lyceum theater alle
le, "Tho Way to Win a Woman."
which Mr. Nclll and hi great company ,
will preaent at the Hnwallan Open
II011I10 thl livening, hn written many 1
exceedingly 1 lever thing. I
"The Way to Win a Woman" I much
In tho light of a problem play. Hurry
Halward, tho hero of tho play ateal
money that hi wikthc,irt may Indulgo
her fanile In extravagant die.
Madge Carruther apparently can a not
where Harry' money lome from ao
that ahe may Haunt lur fnahlouAble.
Caae like that have often been known
In rent life, Thl evening Mr. Nclll
will ho tho Harry Halward ami MNi
Chapman will ho tho Madge.
A the public begin to realize that
tho Nclll (ngagement I drawing. to a
cloao and that there will not hu another
thiatrhal attraction In the Opera
Houae in many mouth, Intercut In the
Tomorrow evening tho grand histori
cal drama, "Amy Kobaart," will ho pre
aent' d; Saturday matinee, "A Itach'--
lor' lloinaiiro" will lc given nt popular
pihe, ami Saturday evening "A (Hide I
The trle WlnnerB.
Tho Decoration Committee of the
I'ourth of July celebration nnnounre
the following irlze awarded: Most
original llo.it '0I to "Unite! State
and Hawaii;" most comical lloat (2SI
to "Hawaiian Tramway; best decorated
bualnta wagon (IIS,) to Salter ft
Walty; k-ciiii! beat bualnea wagon
1110,) to Sailer ft Walty; beat decorat
ed buallieax houso ('i'i.) lo II, I'. Cill
er ft Co,; best deioralecl bicycle (110,)
lo H, J. Sailer Jr.
Deputy Jiidli'lury Clerk flcorun I,u
1 a, J. A. Thompaoii Mini I', D, l(el
Idl Jr. look Ilia oalli of ollhn Imfor
chlif Jiiaiiin Clear yiiirihiy. Sid
ney ff, HlddeH, Hi" fourth depuly, r-
sllllicd III olllii', Ho I 11 llllllsh Mile
Jul and dowt not wlali lo hu imlnrul
m an Aim 1 lean cllln
Hh(iiv ii Kllllll,
Tim Hoohii rri"f' Hi" fwllwlliR
mt l fl at 'li viiiloua pluitiuiliiii un
KfiiHl V , m, ii H. ., llJwo,
m a i mm, n ft it iw, MmMc
Xiii" tUi, Wh IJIP) 1(11 IWI Tolal
ut tm iwp.
h mwpto m iib e Hfijii
(Jjjjia man anJ mi n I fl lUn
ma itoth '
BEN HOLLADAY A SOLDIER
Joined Troop D, ittb Cavalry, on
Landed la Manila la Straitened Clrcum-
stances - Temporarllj Out of Faror
Rtcommtnded As Eictllent Soldier.
lien llolladny, ilrimon of Win. 0 Ir
win of tliU city, la now In the I'lilllp
plum tcrvinc under tho Ktnra and
Htrlpca fin n prltatn In Troop I) of the
11th I!. S. Cavalry under l.lent. Wray.
Thla hit of new came liy the hint
atenmcr from the Orient.
The pernon who" wrote tlft letter cor.-
veylnR III ('Information Uatc, tint llol
laday arrived In .Manila In n ery aorry
condition. He looked like a man that
had acen better day hut ho wa ter
tnlnly "on hi tipper" at that time
The yontiK man went ntralKht to tho
recruiting ollUe and aakel to Join thu
army. He explained that he had never
aerved 11a 11 aoldler hut that he wa wll
lltiK to try. He atatcd further that li"
wa n ateiann of Win. (I, Irwin of Ho
nolulu and that hu wa temporarily out
l.leut. Wrny of the llth Cavalry hap-
pened to h close nt hand while the
youiiR man wa tellliiK hi atory anil lo
Hint oflher llolladay w-i referred.
When told that thla partl.'-uhir riral
ryman' hobby wa dlaclplln", Im 'e
plled: "Dlitclpllnc I what ! most
Hollnday Joined the army on March
21 and a few week later, ao the In-
forinant write, he wn acen rldlni!
' tliroiiKh Manila In hi troop a atralght
land a well dlKclpllned a the heat of
! them. He wn wreaaed In the resular
campali;n uniform and looked an If
bent on bualnea.
That llolladay ha been under lira n
great many time rock without Haying
for tho troop of which ho I a membei
I atatlnned at Camarlnca, a hotbed of
Inaurrcctlon and a plain where mnnt a
bravo American aoldler hn lout hi
Whin l.leut. Wray waa at the re
cruiting ollUe laat he aald that llolla
dny wna one of tho heat men In lilt
troop. Hu had alarKd In n perfecll)
green man hut had learned hi iluHei
very rapidly. Ho had made no mlatukr
when, on lzlng up hi man, he took
him into the troop and trained him to
bo 11 aoldler.
Plrrl Hrcnk IIIh TrnpH.
Antonio I'lrri, tho Htroug man nt
to the inaaue asylum the other day.
not like the sensation and, exerting all
again Hefore hi arrival at the as) Ium.
leather strap were put on hi h.mcm
ntyl other part of hi body to keep
1 htm from doing any damage. I'lirl did
; not like th eaenaatlon and, cxertl.u all
hi strength, he burnt thu strongest
atrap In the iosscsslon of the asylum
authorities. ()(!! era were Immediately
sent to O.ihti Jail for Iron and. In r.
abort time, I'lrri wu fastened In siieh
11 manner that hi muscular atreiiK'h
(leorgo C, Stratcmcyer of the Cita
loin House I very much worried about
hi brother, Henry J, Btratemoyc-,
who I thief wharfinger of all tho
wharvc of tho North flerman l.loycl
Steamship Co, whero the recent dlaaa
trou flru look place. Thn terrlidi
calamity took place Just at tho time
wU'ii Mr. Strutemeyer wcuil dbe about
on the wharves merseelng tho w-ok
of hundreds of men. Naturally, hi
brother I waiting anxiously for the
next mall from the Coast.
A Match Kocc.
Thero will bo a mutch race between
1 1 rock and Sliemindcinh colt for i1T,0 a
Millet at Kaiolanl park Saturday uftcr
boiiu ut 3 o'clock. Fe-rrelrn will ride
tho former and Nunc tho tatter.
Judging from tho number of blu
wheel on tho Hire cts the Tribune must
ben very popular wheel,
Tho Hoard of Kcifldrullo.i fnr lie
election urn all but completed In ap
pointment, MANV A MOTIIIIIl'S WISH.
Muuy 11 mother of a peevish, restless
sickly child hu wished (hat Imr little
nun wa n strong and rugged n iiii
IlidlMii bubo. Such inolliem can iniike
llielr (hlldren NlriuiK and well, If I hey
rid lliu i lillfl'a ayaleiu u fworui, which
iiiiisn iiiiin-liiiiili of 1 hlldren Irmi'
tile, l(lckiiioo Indian Wnriii Kllhr
will do II i'or (DiituilHi tlm Indian
u'"l It to inuek llmlr li-ilie riiKKod.
powerful, feiirlc Wind II Ims ilunn
fur lliu ihlld of Him fnowt It will do
fur III" illlld Of Hi'1 I'lVllUed idle
'llml what HIi a bmi duliiH for
ihi Ynu (iiii lid It of your iiunIi
fur VA "III Hu ton lo r"t lliu KKii-
iiliiu 'I Im dilld' llfu la loo prwdou
In trillu Willi woillilaaa 4ihiltutH
llHlinm li-niK IW. Hdii for lnKu"ei
Ill'l)i)ll linwllw, '
Hi? lfv!lTiif Jl'ilTfii'iJi fo f l pi
Fears That Oregon '
Is a Complete Loss
WaahliiKton, June 30. Tho Navy l)o
p.irtmenl entertain the xraveat fear
that the fatnutia bnttlMhlp Oreipiti,
which I iiKround off How- Ko laland,
will ho loal to the navy. Secretary
iKing, however, hope that the condi
tion of the veaacl Ih not a bad a tfto
The Navy Department la dolinj
evertliliiK to ncnd relief to the grpt
batlleahlp. Admiral ltemey acted
piomptly. Ho ordered the Zallro,
which wna nt I'hefno. to pincecil at
once to tho Oregon anil the Iris lull
a! no heui oidcrrd to the rfMc-ue. Tha
ronalructlon expert nay that the littil
link It. ,.ii lin,.lrn',il In- n rtmli miitil
LI... ..i.,. ". ... .. ... .... ,.. ...i,..
I T'lafea will bo torn nwny If th4-ve4el
b(MliaK;ed from her present poaltloti.
Althouiih tho place where the Oregon,
la iiRround I deacrlbcd aa I'lnnaclii
Hock, the oltlclnl chart nt the Hydro
Kraphlc Office doe not ahow any audi
rock In the Chang Hhan channel, which,
I routli of llow-ko laland. Ai cording
to the hydriigrnphir the Oregon wh
atnndlng on nbout the timi.il lourao and
no hlnme la yet apparently chargeable
to Captain Wilde.
Aiconllng to Captain Wilde the main
injury I very aerloua. The nnvnl eon
atructor bellovc llie rock on which tho
veaacl atruc knear frame 19 ha ac
tually gone through the douhlo bottom
of the fillip and project above It. In
cnao the veaacl la llouted alio will ha
taken to Port Arthur or Nagaaakl to tin
placed In dry dock. The Oregon coit
the (Internment 0,.'.7r,,ii12.7i". She wa
put In cnnimlaalonnt Hn I'ranclaco July,
Lee Not "Rctviilnr" .Man.
lldllor i:venlug llulletln: The-o
seems to bo Home misunderstanding In
the statement that Mr. Ilarrv l.eo ar
rested for embezzling money fiom th!
Hawaiian Klcctrlr Co, vt-aa tho regular
collector of the Hawaiian Hlectrle Co.
Such I not the caae, he waa only a
temporal)' collector put on to relievo
the riguliir collector.'' Tho regular col
lector of the Hawaiian Hlectrle Co. U
A. W, Seahuiy, Thl tntomnt Is
made 11a the statement as published In
tho paper rcll t somewhat on Mr,
Seuhiiry, and wu al.nuld bo very jdeaaed
If ymi would publlah a statement to thn
effect Hint Mr. Heahiiry wa In no way
associated with the embezzlement or
Youra very truly,
HAWAIIAN HI.IXTIHC CO.. LTD.
per A. Hartley,
Honolulu, July II, 1900.
I'IH8T AMIiKICAN ISAiNK.
The annual meeting of tho First
American Hank of Hawaii elected a
ollleers feu the ensuing e.ir th" fol
lowing named: Cecil Drown, presi
dent; II. I', Dillingham, vjco president;
13, M. Hoycl, Hecn-tnry; '. O. Cooper,
cashier; W. M. (Iraluini. auditor. 0,
J. Waller succeeds 11. M. von Holt a a
director. There I a cuestlou of law
pending as to the conversion of the In
stitution Into tho Klrst National H.inlc
of Hawaii, It 1 not certain that a
Territory ran have n national bunk.
Till: WATHHMAN IDBAt. FOUN
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and their frcl will he lust as carrlully
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