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RVEN1NQ HUU.ETiN. HONOLULU, T. 11., THUtlSDAY, AUG. 19, 1909.
SEAL CARBON-It is the Bes
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The accompanying Illustration retains Uu first snnpsVot photograph '
of tin battlcihlp miiadi-uii of the Atlantic flm net the m.incmors be-
Kin off Proilncetown. Mihk All of tin biitkh in In this squadron nro
now mulppcd with the new lire control musts Ihete additions to tho
upilimeut of battleships nro as et an i-xmrimr'it mil a thorough test
of tlulr Ufefiiluee Is now belli!; nmle
gmciumenls aro at l'rovlncotowii get-tins polntb on the wor'r of tho war
ililim mil tnklnir n.irtlcul lr nolo of the ilTectlveiicss of the new masts.
Atnoti-t the first foreiRii naal oxper
iindoiibtellj will adopt the mists If t
Ten Mile Run Is .
It appears that the Idei as suggest-
od In the llullotln Mime time wo
lint a ten mile iimuliiR race between
tho crack, of tho Te.rlto.y be-pulled
nrr. will after all, come to somelhliu
Whilst It was hourjlit that a Ma.n
thon race mer the full distance wou'd
not draw a crowd, many people in
touch with athletics In this city, felt
cure that a ten uillo iiunt would at-
tt act n lot of spectato. s
Whin It Is remembered l.ov Hayes.
Downey, Scirscli. Jac'rson. Kaoo
Charlie" nnd wcn1 oiben. nn up
.,. .... n,,rk ... .be M,..Mib,in
rnce at tliu League grouiuls. some kin 1
or an Idea can bo Rleanod of tlia na-
lure of u Btialght run over tho dls
tnnce hi lhr.se men.
Tlieie U no doubt tint .Inc'tsnti
would hato n hard Jcb n keep gilng
with tho local runnels to say nothing
of tho III1i clinmnlon who would lie
Iniltcd to ma -o the trip to town
If the rae Is run at the Alh'et'c
Park the cieut should proie n ery In
teiestns o-ie, and the spictators could
Scene Aboard Peary's
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The accompanjlng Illustration was reproduced from one of a half doz
en photogiaphs locontly received fioni tho Peaiy arctlo oxpedltlon, which
lert the Hulled States a jear ago In Boarch or the noith pole. Tho photo
graphs were tuVn n hoard Pearj'H ship the KdosomII, Just before his
party left Utah, north Oieoiiland for tho dash towuid Iho polo. A forco
- of i:sklu.0H Is engaged In culling up walrus meat to ho tilled for rood.
Arter being diessed tho moat Is washed with a hnso and (hen hung up
to diy lVar wns lut huird fnim on Aug 17, IOCS, whon ho left Ltnh,
tho most northern hiibltablu Bpot on the globe, lor his tilp across tho
hul.dri'cls of miles of oteinnl snow and co ton aid tho pole. Aictlo ox
ports and bclenllsts bellovo Hint tho I'eii party will bo heard Horn Into
In August or only In September, nnd the) will ho surprised II Peaiy
does not icpoit baling reached tho polo, lor the expedition was tlio best
equipped and planned of any that has ovei cntned tho (title circle.
NEW SPIRAL MASTS
IiipresentitHos or soiorai loruwi .
ts to nirlve weie tho Jntiancrc. They
hej are found to be prnctlcih
sit In cemfort and watch tho runners
n5 lug out the uiwulle course.
The Athletic Park track ts Just one-'
blxth or n mile in circnnifennce, and ,
us the crimen) nro xery easj cimes,
good time bl.ould bo made me, tho .111
tamo. Pit and well. Downey should
be able to dofeat any man In tho Tor-
iltnr,. who, so far. has competed In I
public here Of course there may bo
turn., dark horse who has not run In
a:i r.,co here and who might step ot.t.
and donke, Uric our men
it is to be hoped that the ten "He
,-. ii brought off nnd that decent
sized purses are offered as prizes. Hun-
i.cr can hardly be expected to train
fm weeks and deptlvo thtmselics of
a rmnke or a glass of beer If Ihey ,,
m,i s.,,l a cbanro of wlnnluR a cood .
sized prize for their pains,
Prince Alfonso of llourbon-Or-
leans nciuscs his cousin. King Al-
rmM) of Spain, of duplicity In con-
uection with his mnrilaRe to Prtn-
cejs Ileatilrc of Colmrg and Gotha.
He charRes the King with haxliiR
ipproieil his suit for the hnnd of
tliu iirlncess nnd later submitting
to his deginllnn at the hands of the
Before Dash For Pole
RINK FOR SPEED .
Joe -Cohen's New Stunt
Fine For Skate
Jo? Cohen's new skitlng rink m
1'iu.ilil kticet Is nn cleRitil examine
oi ilic skating maniac's delight Tlicic
Iiiih bleu Millie mciitul estimation
llio dlhVicncc of a bump recciml fniri
I n concrete floor ntiil u wciodtn floor.
Inn when a dilnty ilaine or lier escort
turns turtle anil deposits Ills or her
contribution to a beginner's oxpeil
onces the illffetcnrn between tlio two
doen't cut much Ice.
The rlntt In lirRi and rnoni ntiil
i their are snnll rooms noir the' skate.
houe tint look- suspiciously fls If Am
Cohen It nctually roIiir to employ
,1)05 8 to put the skiti-i on pitrons.
Such generosity In coast rinks wouhl
Ills arc HkIiIh swung oxer the rink
will gle plenty of light ami thcro
' nre plenty of benches for b octntors.
A n,l stand has been built at the
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Articles of association have been
filed for the Maiinnwal Mcrcantltn
Company. Ltd.. the Incorporators being
A- A- WIHn Tlicridoio Ila.inian. WM-
llam Thomas, Henry Olnca. C. CI.
0tt" ' s- L",a". Jr- n," Alexander
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TIl cor,mr.)tlon Is a Joint stock com-
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Th "tlcles alow tho corporation
' InJnlW In aRrlcul ur.il pursuits and
nrntod wa er manufacture Tho cap-
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"'" " ""00 Provided for
A. A. limn Is president of the
" corpora l;m: William Thomas.
v'f Pr"Ment; Tl.eadoro U.iuman, sec
rotary and treasurer, nnd Henry Gin-
ca- u,"ll,or- Tlln cftnipany will hao
succession to its coriwrato namo for
fifty j ears.
So far no nction hns been taken as
regards arresting Dr. PotorsJii or hal
ing lil mi brought to court on n pcui!
summons. Mr. Atchcrley's -tr.tonicnt my office In Honolulu up to noon
that Dr. Atch.rley Is bcliv prisoned August 2Sth, 1909, for the construe-I
nt the Insane Asjluni, Is licliu Invest- tlon of n Fish Market Uuildlng at
lgatcd bj the County Attorney's dc- Wolluku, Maul. Plans to bo had at
partincpt. my office nnd of J. M. Vivas, Wui-'
Sheriff Jarrctt is ulso going into tho luku. The right to roject any or all
matter, and had a conveisatUn, with bids Is rcseived. I
Dr. Peterson. The doctor onl rope it-1 H. L. KKHIt,
cd what ho had nil eady said, It.: thit 1392-td Architect, Honolulu. I
the drugs that Atcherlcy wns gottiiu. McCandlcss Uuildlng.
wero not In any way Injuring lilm, as The Lurllno sailed for Honolulu to
alleged by Mrs. Atcherlcy. day. .
MARK O. ANTHONY DIRECTING BALLOON BY WIRELE8S CURRENT.
A now nnd wonderful combination of elictrlc nnd aeronautic sclenco
has been dlrcovered by Mnrk O Anthony, nn electilcal engineer, who ro
contly opeiated n small dlrlglMo balliHiu oier-Sandy Hook, controlling Its
movements by wlio'ess Insti iiiihmiIr on thorn. Tho billoon went tnoio
thnn n mllu out to B"a Irlng directed solely utid pcireetly by wireless
electric power. Mr. Anthony hns li.leieitod several rorelirn governmentH
In his dlKCoieiy and soon will go nbioad tn Oenionstr.itn It Ho declines
ho can operate n lull size lul'onu rpilie us easily us the small model with
whlchtho Sandy Hook wns undo lie bollmes tho ilnvlio will In useful
In carislng small Hues tn wiecked vimpcIi by wh'th largm lines may
bo hauled nbo.ud. This work Is now dime with guns, nnd their range Is
so limited that life savers fiequintly mo uu.iblu to get a lino abo.ud a
stranded lesbel which lies far out In tho surf.
So EiicccKsful does the gmernmont
authorities find tho new Incindcsccnt
npor lamp that has been Installed at
tho Maknpuu I'olnt light station, that
it Is probable both tho Diamond Head
nnd Molokal lightH will bo changed an I
the untile kin 1 of a lamp substituted.
It is said to be much more powerful
Tho tender Knkul left this morning
with- Inspector Houston nnd Marten
Ltlogor, tho lamp expert who recently
nrmcu irrm I lie gniernment llglit sin
tlon on Staton Ishnd, for nn Inspection
trip to Moloknl. The IIrIUs there will
bo thoroughly inspected, with a view
of making the change. It Is possible
that n site for a new light station will
be located on this trip. It is niso und
erstood that some cruising will bo
done nmoitR the other Islands, and tho
Kukul may touch at I.aual with a view
of looking up n location for a light
SANG TO JEW LIGHTS
Attracted by the flashing of tl(o
electric lights which were recently
Installed on the Kunnwnl Lane, off
Lllllia street, the residents thero
rushed out of their beds last night
nnd gat outside of, tho lanias almost
until midnight. Of course there was
no ceremony required for tho light
ing of the lights, hut the Hawaiian,
especially the jnung ones, got their
musical Instruments nnd began to
play several appropriate Hawaiian
Tho musicians expect to composo
n song dedicated to Supervisor Kane,
chairman of the Electric Light Com
mittee and for Sir Krnzee, Superin
tendent of Hlectric Lights, who were
liibtr.iniental In causing the lights
to bo Installed theie. The Ktuuiwal
people can now go out at night
without ciiiwling o nthclr feet In
order to noid falling In the mud
NOTICE TO CONTHACTOES.
Scaled tenders will bo received at
"These liquor ptosecutlons arc be
coming n farce," remarked Judge
i Andradc this morning when another
stage in the notorious peninsula pic
nic case was reached.
Charge after charge ngalnst M.
Gonsahcs, who was accused of dis
pensing beer at the picnic, was dis
missed, and Inspector KcnncU's enso
look id hopeless. Ills witnesses did
not exen come to'thc scratch prop
erly, nnd. In fad. one of them seems
In danger of being ptosocutcd for
I perjury. i
Charlie Chllllngworth appeared
1 for the defense nnd put up n bril
liant flfht for his clients. fVhcn tho
prosecution utterly failed to pioe
their cases ngalnst Gonsnlves he
was up on four different charges
Chllllngworth asked that four simi
lar cases against M. S. Cambra bo
dismissed. Hi own objected to this,
but as a witness had been put on
the stand, the Hist charge was dis
missed nnd the remaining tin cc
The court room wns crowded with
Portuguese relatives of the accused,
nnd the greatest Interest was taken
In the case.
Tho first annual account ua lietu
filed by Abraham Kalclkau, guardian
of Pctero, Uobo Jano II. and K. II.
Nlola, minors, under tho will of K i
peka Nlola. Tho account shows that
tho sum of $39 50 is duo to tjio gunid
The enscs against Young Kwong, '
Ah How, Ah Leo, Ah Kwong nnd
Lum Moon, which hae been re
manded from time to time, were
again put over to September 1C this
Governors Visit Victoria. Seattle,
Aug. 4. Governor Charles E. Hughes
of New York, nnd his secretary and
Gocrnor John A. Johnson or Minne
sota nnd his staff sailed for Victoria
at 9 o'clock UiIb morning. After see
ing the sights or tho British Columbia
capital tho .governors will take a
steamer to Vnncqmer, where they will
begin their Journey home oor tho Ca
ADMISSION 15c. Skates, 15c.
Miss 'Emma Wiener,
Champion Lady Skater of the World
uuaay, August ll
1 1:30 P. M.
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. 0.
C. A. 0. vs. K. A. C.
Reserved Scats ......... 15c and 25c
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co..
Ltd., King Street.
Saturday, August 21,1909
AT 3:30 P. M. SHABP.
wAMTirTjrTir am ...
KAMEIIAMEHA vs. ST. LOUIS.
Tickets on Sale at M. A. Qunst & Co.
and Lavender . J
"The Very Best in Everything" is the secret of our suc
cess. This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEUT, Manager.
C. H. BEHN.
Car No. 184 can now
be found ai
Your machine will ta ready for
von when we sav it will be. We
dnn't TnHtnfnf tun anin. w. wnAl.
Von Wdjm- Young
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ilEXAtITa Y0IJNQ BUILDIHQ.
SCHUMAN CARBIAQE CO.
King and South Streets.
NO PLACE LIKE
. Formerly cutter for H. P. Both, is
I now in charge of L B. KERR &
, CO.'S TAILORING DEPABTMENT.
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INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kins and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
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