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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY. JULY 22, 1908.
COLLIER GOMES LATE
WITH FLEETS COAL
Overdue Craigvar Gets
Into Port Only
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Tlio llrltleh collier Craigvar, Caji
tain I). C. Edmunds, arrived oil uort
Miortly nftcr 8 o'clock this morning,
after fears had been entertained for
her safety during tho past few days.
She conies from Norfolk, Virginia, 70
days out yesterday, with 4991 tons of
coal below lintches. Tho Coal is for
the Dig Plett, but arrlvcsUoo lato to
do much good.
Tho Craigvar was expected to fol
low tho Ilucranla Into port hero. Tills
latter vessel arrived In poit in nucli
good tliuo that (ho lay In tho 1 1 ream
for nulto a whllo idle. Tho failure of
the Craigvar to show up, on tho other
hand, made trouble In thu plans for
coiling off Mnul,
Humors were afloat csteiday to tho
effect tint she was lost, at f ea. 'I he
possibility of spontaneous combustion
mid it conflagration ami oilier puslblu
contingencies wcio talked of.
Nothing out of, tho ordiuaiy has
been reported ln regard to her trip.
Captain Edmunds was nshore todry,
though his vessel Is outside. Ho saw
Mctitciiniil-Commnudor Moac.i nt tho
Naval Station this morning.
Considering the fact that Iho Iluc
ranla was flu days In making this trip,
and that tho colliers are all I'.nnwu to
bo fairly slow, anxiety on her account,
mich ns there was, Booms to have been
Plunge in Harbor
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"Coma on, souse guyst This is
ycr last day In Hon-erluler, and youso
had better soak up n little of her
Klvo hundred Jacklcn, nil stripped
to thu waist, and some with hardly
more man Mrlhcay clothes on, took
heed. Within two minuses halt a
thousand "kids," Uncle Sam's good
fighters, were splashing, diving, durk
Ing, plunging, choking, coughlng.and
cnjojlng themselves to tho utmost ot
their capacity in the spaco ot water
between the two Naval docks.
They were from tho battleship
Kcarsargo. Illack and grimy, cover
ed with coal dust, most of them, from
head to foot. It was Indeed n wol
como sound when the buglo shrieked
out their "liberty" for n swim.
In direct contradiction to tho time-
worn ndugo that It is tho sailor lad
who always drowns because ho Is un
able to swim, theso boys for they
wero nothing olso wore nil perfectly
nt homo In the water.
They swam, they dived, they jump
ed, nnd they ducked each other with
the "happy-go-lucky" good nature,
that rightfully belongs to tho man
"I'm a rambler,
I'm n gambler,
And I'm far from my home.
With the Fleet far to roam."
is still alive
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800 Oae and Two Prong Iron Fence
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A plot to blow tip the plant of tho
Iladgor llrabs Manufacturing company
at Kenosha, Wis., was foiled by Chi
cago detectives, who found In tho
ttunk of ono of tho complrutors ovl
donco which was turned ovor to tho
dstrlct nttornoy. Tho men involved
nro said to bo Huuslan nnnrchlsts.
Jj- BULLETIN ACS. PAY W
TWO GOOD PLAYS
Playwright Harvey Will
Take a Leading
After tho expenditure of much nerv
ous energy during tho fleet week tho
community will bo able lo derive groat
bolld enjoyment from the kbnw which
will bo given nt tho Opcta House on
tho nights of Thursday nnd Snttirdn)
of this week under tho nusplccs of the
Dramatic Circle of the Kllohana Ait
League. No pains have luen spared
to mako tho performance In uvery waj
up to the high stamhud ahead) estab
I lulled by tho league, the play liuv
Ing been kindled by the players foi
some time past. Those in charge liavi
even gone to tho exti lit ot bavin?
special Kccncry p-ilnti-d. this being rti
signed by Mrs. Oralnnr and palutci
by Mr. Whittle.
lloth of tho plnys to be produced
'l.ady Fortune" and "Scram'
Thoughts," have boon selected fron
among a great number becouu ol
their general excellence. Whllo llg'i
enough In character to be cntertalnliif
to oven the mo3t casual pla.gnur, the
Mill tcprescnt n typo of good draniatk
art, such as tho Art League has alwayi
tried to bring forth.
The Clrclo has been especially for
tunatc In being able to securo tho nld
of James Clarence Uancy, an nulhni
and actor of much experience, who
wilt tnko ono of the principal parts
and who has done much through hlr
suggestions towards making thu nf
fair tho success which It Is sure to bo.
Tho following cast will show that the
rest of tho characters are In tho handr
of our very best amateurs, and thai
there will not bo n single weak point
in the entire cast.
Lord Ambleby (oldest miii of the
Karl of I'lilhaniptim)
Mr. .lames Claience llarvo;
tluy Mallory (an artM)
Mr. J. A. Wilde
Mr. Jessup (ii lawjer)..l)r. Ilumphrli
Mrs. tlunllffo..Mrs. P. K. Watcrhouzc
Kato aunllffo (her daughter)
Sarah (n maid or all work)
Miss Klla Wlgh
Sir Herbert Morojn Mr. Amoli
Tho Hon. Helen Cliveden (cousin
to Mcroyn) .... Miss Do Lnrtlgm
Mrs. Mao Sharon (nidow of a ilch
merchant) Mss Ilruct
Tickets for tho performance nro f
salo at Wall, Nichols nt 11, 50c ani
(Continued from Pasre 1).
incut member of tho Ropub'llcan Cen
tral Committee, who mudo tho discov
ery, "That tho old registration list
will hold good as far as tho voting for
city nnd county officers aro conceited,
whllo there will bo "how registration
lists for tho voting of tho Territorial
tlcfct. TIiIb will hnvo tho effect that
all voters who have changed thoir
resldenco slnco tho Inst general e'ec
tlnn, will hnvo to voto for City uud
County officers In their old precinct
and for Territorial officers In their
present precinct. Furthermore, all
voters who for somo renson or other
wore not legistcrcd at tho last election
wilt not bo qualified to voto for Couu
ty and City nincors. As fur as I can
sco there Is no way to chango this,
ns tho Hoard of Registration has cor
talnly not tho power to go behind tho
This peculiar provision of tho Act
Is easily explained when tho hlBlocy ot
tho bill Is considered. Tho hill orig
innlly provided that tho first election
under It thould bo held in July, 1907,
hut this was changed by tho legisla
ture, and when the bill finally passed
It hud been amended bo that It called
for tho first election this year.
Through nn oversight tho paragraph
referred to nbovo was not amended,
and this Is tho cause of the trouble.
It Is reported among tho politicians
that somo Democrat Is preparing lo
huvo tho validity of tho municipal act
tested In tho courts, but those who
appear to know about this do not wlsl
to bay anything about tho matter nt
PEARL HARBOR TRIP
Tho l'earl Harbor Commlltco for
tho entertainment of the officers of
tho Atlantic Fleet took n large parly
to the lochs estorday In tho Iroquois
nnd by trnln. Tho party consisted
mostly ot joung officers who had llt
tlo technical Interest In tho visit, but
who desired nn acquaintance with
the general topography of tho coun
try. Tho Iroquois btenmed around tho
Ford Island, giving tho visitors a
vlow ot tho southeast, loch, -wherein
will bo situated tho great naval base.
Those who made the journoy by train
wero taken fiver the wntors by launch
cs fiom several of tho battleships.
The parly was far from war-llko in
dress nnd nppearance nnd bccmed to
enjoy the beauty of tho prospect rath
er than its defcuslvo possibilities.
Arriving nt tho peninsula, n deli
cious chowder was served by several
society ladles from Honolulu nnd
music was dispensed during tho feast
ipg by a natlvo orchestra.
The Hawaiian music was particu
larly enloved by tho visiting officers
and roundly applauded after every
Hawaiian number. When u popular
mainland plcco was played and sung
the officers joined In right lustily.
"(Hvo My Regards To Jlroadwny"
took especially with tho crowd.
On tho train coming' to Honolulu
tho native orchestra played and ono
of the most enthusiastic of tho ofll
ccis took up a collection for the play
cts. Quarters and halt-dollars pour
ed Into tho hat nnd niado u regal of
fering for tho musicians. Tho trip
wns mndo without mishap of any
kind nnd tho visiting officers exprebs
6d themselves as highly pleased with
(Continued from Pace 11
ivna n lml v standlnir. but tbev also
gnvo them to elderly gentlemen, nnd
often nsslsted neonla having children
or bundles with them in getting on
or off tho cars.
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