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10 KEEP HONORS
Big Cruisers Of Fleet
All Ready For
The crew of the cruiser Mary
land, Captain James C. Gllmuro,
who at pi'cnl holds tho fleet cham
pionship for record target practice,
anil the toeJcd yellow ribbon, will
do everything In their power to re
tain the honor this year nt Manila
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Chief Gunner uav.u i , rragu
Igglns. one of tho. best g unneis i In
ine navy, is lining nu in inn pum-i
In have over) thing In readiness for
(In tiinrllco. nml wlicn usked this
mntuliig whnt lie thuught nliout tho
leaults teplled that theie was noth
ing to H.
"Ve me going to retnln the honor
wo at present liulil In target prac
tice this year If possible, nml It
.,n . . rV, . to In lie
attain the end we hope to gain, tno
liunl work nml (onstnnt di tiling will
Maryland will still hold the trophy
after the scoies aio made up Into this
On account of tho Co odaro not
going out with the fleet on Monday.
what co .1 she reaul e's for the trip
U, Nl7. ..arbor" wMI probably be
taken on board next week before the
fleet letiirns. As the other ships
will rcnulie a largatumuunt of coa'.
the fuel saved by the' Colorado will
mean a great Item to the deport
ment. It Is almost ccltnln that she
will remain alongside of the naval
whaif Instead of going lo an an
ihorage outside, until tho-icturn of
the fleet on the 2Sth.
Hero Is Modest.
Coxswain Shannhan of tho Ten
nessee, who will be presented with
the bpcclnl .modal authorized by the
Navy Department fur biavcry In
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saving tho life of a fellow shipmate.
Is very loath to talk about his bravo
. Shanahan when asked this morn-
t , l'.g to give an account of his rescue
. icplled: There Is nQthlng to tell,
K " ' .onl"..,",1 wllnt ' considered was
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tllV lllll V . I
rt ' II riAA'rt rt saAlr mia "
i. ' ... Thu onicers of the Klrst Division
V 'wbo will make the trip to the vol-
ft' tan., next Thursday ore looking for-
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ward very much to the trip, ns they
have all wiiitod a climcn to seu tho
neat "olcano In action
' Somo of the onicers imvo seen It
before, but everyone who has been
thuio has usked to bo allowed to
vlalt It again. I'.obably ono hun-
.1 ied und fifty officers will be ln tho
paity that will go up from Illlo on
In keeping with the spirit ot the
public holiday today. Admiral Sobrce
has Issued orders (hat outside of the
necessary work, tho men under his
coniiniinU will bo given u hnlldny m
Mint llnil rim Inln wltli Ilia lrrn1
peoplo In making the dny n pleasant
Tho morning quartets aboard ship
mo tomething that can't bo dispens
ed with, but tills 'morning they
wero nit ns short as possible. Cer-
ttitti umt i nn ulilna thnt lu nlicn.
lulely necessary fnusf bo done be-
foro tho men can have shore leave.
and by 10:30 this morning every
thing was toniiotcd mi as to glvo
the men n chunco tQ witness tho
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Transit cats wero parked with dain
tily fi licked girls. Thoyanll looked
their best, and Honolulu peoplo
know what that mi'ansj piotty llttlo
mUses with their huts adorned with
tho culms of the Myrtle and llealanl
lloat Clubs sat sldii by side nnd and
debated tho chances a) brother Char-
ley's crow winning Iho rnco, ,Aud
Makes the Best Bread
Makes the Most Bread
M'l) Horco weie the little ilnmscU nml started ilown the hnrhor forHho
when tho possibility of their broth-'starling line nmld tremendous cheers
ois being defeutcd by the ilvnl club fiom the people along the fiont who
wns suggested, wore .stationed nt every vnntnce
The Kiown-np girls looked Just as point,
sweet us their joungcr sisters, ami The ciew looked very fit. nml tho
weie Just as keen on the chances of Myrtle supporters on board the Ha
tome one else's In other winning u w socmed to feel very confident,
race ns weie the tots about their A few minutes after tho Myrtle
big hrothci. crew took the water tho llcalanlB
Sunn after S:30 this morning the lc't their club house lloat, feeling ns
wuleifiont began to take on n very If they wore winners. Tho crowd
nctho look. Streams of people, nil seemed to he cqunl In their feeling
Inln hollilny mood, dropped off ear '"r i c'cwb. with possibly a Icel
and out of automobile nnifhnch: all 'K '" '""'or ' tl,e Myrtles,
the world nnd his wife deemed to be Tho crowd seemed to be uneasy
present. The vantage points nlong nu"'1 'Ht rnce fl,r nnv' teim
the ducks weie crowded with gaily launches, until Uicword wns passed
diessed men, women nnd chlldien. "lut ll W"1 Lllhcr bo Postponed or
Everybody was out to enjoy them- '"" "'" nfternoon.
selves, and once the taring started I'loniptly at 10:12 the storting
the enthusiasm wns grcnt. ' w "red for 4hc senior race,
The Myitlo and llealanl colors
were nvorvwheie in evidence. nn.l
h j , u.
yU 0 t,(J 1)ro.,09oll n8 tu wMch
elull w.lg the nW)r,e
The popular boat club premise?
weie ciowded with members nnd
friends; the club houses were dec-
oiated with flags and bunting and
looked very well. The members
wcro very cordial to visitors, and
everyone was made to feel at home,
Tho yacht Hawaii wns anchored
" t"1' ,d K,,,HU Wlmrf' Uml a bl8
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her. The Judges had nn easy task
In most of the rnces, but some were
very close and called for a lot of
Judgment. The canoe ruces were
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cry cl,nP. nml tho "Pectntors be-
Ca'" W rke'' "" l? " Breat 8,"te f
f" !rlar"'.V?: ''ir"- ..Th"0 W?.S
l Run uteeie mowing, and tho sail-
Inn outrigger canoes mnde fast tlmo
oveii the courses.
The day was an Ideal ono for re-
gattn, and the big crowd that turned
out enjoyed Itself to tho fTmlt. Many
countiy people were to bo seen along
tho wuterfiont and In the launches
that flitted ncioss tho harbor. The
veterans of'the rowing game were to
be sren nt tho boat clubs, and thev
took the greatest Interest In tho do
ings of tho present generation of
The yacht' Hawaii wus comfortably
Alln.l tirltl. t. 1. .!. l n(tll..l nM.1
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newspapermen. Commodore Wilder
wn In chargo and a number of fleet
cers vero on ho.nl the yacht.
Representatives Thomas and' Rod-
cnberg of tho Congressional party
were Interested spectators of the var-
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lull d niiunia A .Itulrnl Ilj.nlrltt iifrtu
ulcn in nv iiiintn nn.i liiu arimrt sniisifii
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on the bWHIIc, of tho various crews
wns listened to with Interest. "
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Thiough 'tho courtesy of Chief lloat.
"' """ ""i'"-' "' " ' """". wus inane in u:so anil tno miai result
hB B,ullon lannch "as been "" at w"8 thnt tho Myrtles won by twen.v
'I'0 "'"'T" ?,,l,l ".re8,8, nml """""hnBlho. In tho good tlmo of Ui-KHi;
"' w,r"ll,B lis nmdo freauent trlpHeolonls 12:34. The winners looked
csl",ro rr"m ,no JmlBca haU ci tho flnlch and chcereu their
""" AImlrul Sebree down every opponents.
officer ami man In tho fleet Is wa t- Sullivan and Oss represented tho
ll,B w"" iwtlcnee .the results of ho Healanls .and I.yio and TadeKln the
,,aee for the boats belonging to tho MyrtieBi Tho stnrt was n nod nn.'
'I0?1' ,TI, 8evc1''"1 ,?T.8 e, ," on1 ,,u,h ',1,lr,J kei'1 " f"r 'ir tho
''"'nB hard work all this week get- 8tanc0i Thc tho MyrIc1 ,.,,,,,,
ll,"B '" """l'o for the hnrd I"" this uu,1(, an(, B,Uwly Kainu(1 I-ylu um,
"""noon, and the results of both Pll(lck,n W()rIte(, ,, a 00(, ,
sm raec81 ,aro .V,elnB oolic,, f0r" 100 yards from the finish wcic o
ward to by all in tho fleet.
Tho Tennessee crew seems to be
to win In thi
llle most l";e,y one
race for twelvo-oaied service cutters,
while the South Dakota's crew is ex
pected to win easily In the twelvo
oaied inclug cutter nice,
Another race being looked for-
waul to Is the race for ships' lauivl.-
l""Ler htt'-i crvlco conditions,
"eeP. Upen House.
ll day long tho Myrtlo nnd llea
lanl clubs have hud their houses fill
ed with visitors, nnd gayety has
At each club quintet clubs liuvo bcon
playing for those who cared to enjoy
the light fantastic, while others have
taken advantage of tho beautiful day
to sit outside and talk.
In splto of their sweeping victories,
thu Myitlo members havo been enter,
tninlng their Iicnlaul rivals us If they
vcio the defeated ones, and good fel
lowship has been the order of thu day.
Mght lefieshmeulH have been
mtvciI during tho dny at both clubs,
and everyono has tried to mako uvury
ono clsu happy. . ,
Shortly before 10 o'clock tho Myr-
tie plx-oarcd ciew took the water
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"" immeuiniciy mo crowu ucgan io
heer for their, favorites,
i irsi it
was "Go. yo.k Healanls.'' then "Oh.
)ou Myrtles!" nnd by the .time tho
crews reached the Hawaii tho Kir
ns lull of cheering nn-I every uvnll-
nl,I nol8 un,lcr the 8,ln-
As tho crows reached the Hawaii
tho Myrtles were rowing 33 strokes
to the mlnuto, while tho Healanls
were keeping up a steady 28 to the
The Myrtles wcro lending by nt
lea8t "" an linlf whcn the
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time that tho Myrtle boat house was
reached the lead had been Increased
to at least five lengths.
Un lo the'snrnv bnnv in.. Myrtles
uii m mi- ,iuiy uuuj me mjtiico
Readily Increased their lend, nnd by
,lle U,"c ,lle l,lrn WU8 "1BU0 "" "
f,pa w"c a d 1B to the
lead. After the crew had strnlcht
Cncd out for tho stretch home, the
Healanls were being benten nt every
fctrokc, nnd by the tlmo tho finish
inc wns reuchcil the Myrtles wcro
easily 25 lengths ahead.
Tho correct time for the race was
Myrtles, IS minutes 7' 1-2 seconds;
Healanls, 1C minutes lint.
Knlmooknlanl, Lcl Illma, Aa. Kalel
and Nlaulanl started and after n fine
race down fronrtho start. Tho Aa.
entered by the Outrigger Club, won by
fnnr lPIIClllH It Una n fltrl.t r... .....
,.,, . nn. ,,, K.ol,Vol. ....
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tho decision by n foot. from tho Nlnu-
nnt Tlmo G:3V
p . . '
, 0TyrUc. ittnl. sta.ted
ln ,, ovc,u
one ,. . . ,.. n ,
Btroke .,or ,,.. .,., ,00 v.
or Ul0 sturt tno jjyrties got. In tho
,(,art nnd ot tlio turning post wero bcv
"" ,CnRtlis ahead The Ho-, mil. t.-l
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' a '' . ' ff , ' b"1 "a"U "
time through tho water.
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length ahead. Tho Myrtle crow gdlnmt
nno,l,er 'ob'1' "10 rost of tllu Joun"1:'
nun uveiiiuuii wiim uy iwo leugtur.
Myitlea wcro represented by Ted
Coster nnd .1. Macnulay; Ihu Healanls
by Knmakn nnd Kuller. Tho start was
n good ono, and both crews stiuck tho
water at 2tJ for the first mlnuto. Tho
Myrtles got a slight advantage .after
200 yiirdB hnd been coveicd ami short
ly nftcrward took tho lead and won
by three lengths. Tlmo l:HVi.
Six Btarters "Ixl Illma, Kalmookn
lanl, Kljlng I'lsh, Aa, Kalel and Nlnu-
lanl. The Aa took tho lend u( the
start, closoly followed by tho I'Jylni:
Klsh. At half way the Fish forged
iihead and Iho final result was tho Aa
first, Nlniilanl secondhand Kulmooka-
lanl third, It was a do n nco and
Iho winner ciimc In one leuiMh ahead
of Hid second boat, Time 7-23VS.
Four-Paddle Canoe (Modern),
Only till eo stalled Good Time luii
kiln and Mukal Fine and Ihuy finished
In that onler. It wns n good go n I
, the wlruors wnn.by one length. Thorn
was only ono foot between second and
third. Tlmo 157,
Thai mainland reviewers nre be
coming spile of the worse-thnn-usunl
lnlilsuinnu'r ciop of fiction that has
been Inflicted on the public Is shown
by the 'following criticism ot tlie.l
"Master lluilders" by Dunning.. Tho
review wns made by Wlllnrd Wright,
one of the most favorably known ot
const critics, and after reading the
book 1 fully agree with him.
he has expressed his disgust
ter than I could mine, I uso
"Hero Is nn Kxhlblt A' fool story.
It would have been more astonishing
had a little Ingenuity been used lnuuci f nln "N'nl.l. Snnnlnr.i " to
the telling of It und a slight effort be produced this year, are the scene
been mnde to create an Impression ( lUC. aUghnblo plllkln.
of plausibility. As It Is.Mt is mildly I T)lc trouble Is tho women nil wear
nnd burlesquely amusing like u hoopsklrtB In tho play, not tit,, mod
clown who walks on ten-foot stilts. cat u'ffars which were tho rnge a
Tho talo centers nbout x Dread- dozen, years ago, but tho old-fash-nought
which the United States Is ione,i ccniilnn lionnsklrtu nf thn .Inva
bulldlhg. Our German enemies (we'f our niothers and grundmothers.
inicr inni iney are ueriiians uy cer
tain described characteristics) do a
great deal of clumsy plotting id
make away with this wonderful
cruiser. The climax of the book Is
the account of one of the most won
derful sea battles which has ever
been fought, ln which tho Dread
nougtit twnicti in somestrnngo mnn -
ner Is officiated by the young gentle'
man hero) swamps everything In
sight and wins tho day. That Mr.
Dunning has never seen any salt
water Is very evident by tho bizarre
and wondrous descriptions ot the
fight. Tho honors of heroine oro
somewhat divided. The women of
the hook are a stupid lot, anyway.
and, 'as far ns I nin personally con
cerned. I am etrong for the bleached
blonde, although she was a member
of the Dutch contingent."
September S Is the dato announc
ed for the publication of tho New
New York,' tho book In which 1'ro
fessor John' Vun Dyke nnd Joseph
I'cnnell have set themselves to de
scribe the ever-changing city. It Is
said to beby far the most 'elaborato
work of tBfe klnd'that hns yet np
peareu.s imi lenneii s pictures of
Vmw Vftnlr lliiii'ft Iaiih I. ham h,Ia4
Now Yorklhave long been regarded
by connolmeuis ns among the best
of his works, nnd In the New Ncw.ng n extra girl. Her first speaking
York theie art one hundred
11. Adding Ilruce Is spending the
summer In the Cutskills, completing
his Danleh'Hoone and tho Wilderness
Hond, on thlch he has been at work
for the pitft twp years. This Is one
ot the new voiumesfto he ndded this
lull" to the JUucMlllan serloB of "Sto
ries fiom American History."
A limited edition of "The Forest
Emplic," -Alfred Flnley Thayer's
government land fraud story will bo
on Bale hero within three weeks.
Us appe.iranco oh the Coast, has
aioused bitter attacks from scverul
of the big. timber corporations, and
the Sacramento Union snys some
startling revelations are forthcom
ing hi i no rcsuu oi ine puoncaiion.
Land Commissioner Qluvls who was
recently removed from ofllce for cri
ticising Sccretnrs- Dnlllngcr. is ono
of the diameters Jn the story.
Theio Is one opportunity to boost"
that Hawaii has overlooked. Pos
sessed of gicator natural beauties
than any part of tho mainland with
tho exception of the well'worn beau
ty Bpots, Its colony of artists Is woe
fully small und Inadequate. There
is one pretty place In Cullforriln, I.a
giimt lleach In Orango County, that
giew a crop of thirty Imported ar
tists of tho first-water a week after
It wus ''discovered." Hawaii, n vir
gin field for artists, should, but
can't, boast of n similar colony. 1
respectfully call the attention of tho
Promotion Committee to the lust fact
nnd query why?
The Theatre Magazine for Scptcm
her Is among tho most nttructivu of
Hie monthly publications.
lu addition to hulf-tono pictures
of scenes fiom iho current plays, und
more thun u hundred portraits of
tho players, tho current number
of the Theater Magazlno has ni'iuy
llteinry features of special Interest.
Space is given to tho popular and
soubounblo open-air performances.
Thoie Is nuloiiRtlif uitlclo dcscrlb.
Ing Ihu Koiest I'lays of California,
, ,s OFFICEIIS.
Judges A- G. M. Mobertson, Capt.
T. K. Chrk. 11. U. Sheply.,
SpecUl Judge for U. 8. Fleot Rhcos
I.lpiit, K. D. McMillan
TluiO;kneporB K, J. Kiuger, S. A.
Walker. O. S. Harris., .
C'Mk of Cnnn.e II. K. Munay.
Hecordor H. A. Wilder,
Hegatta Commlttco T. V. King,' I.
Spalding, It. McCorrlston.
given by the famous llohemlnn Club
of Sun KrnnclBco, nnd' another pnper
gives an account of the performan
ces of Percy MacKuyc's poetic com
edy "Canterbury Pilgrims" by tho
Coliurn Players. A reminiscent nr
tlcle dealing with Incidents in tho
lives of Charlotte Cushman and oth
er famous players Is of'compclllng
Interest. "Acting 'Hnmlet' llehlnd n
Net..' tells nf those perentrln tilnv.
crs whose acting , was so ludicrous '
that their managers' found It ncces-
sary to erect a barrier to protect
them'frbm the assaults of the audi
ence. The rehearsals of the Harris pro-
Every woman In the company takes
up at least eight feet of floor space
Clifford Leigh who has been with
"Tho I. Ion nnd the Mouse" company
for a numbor of years, nnd who will
continue with this company next
enRnn. ll.nu linil iRHItnd In hltn intlnra
' patent on n sand pump that Is ex.
cecdlngly valuable where reclama
tion of Hwuiup lands Is being prose
cuted. Among the successful contestants
In a swimming contest held last
week In New York, was Mnik Smith
Who tilnvtt Hnh IttntiR In llm UVa.
tem company of James Forbes' com:. J
cdy, "Tho Traveling Salesman."
Mnccy llarlnm, who will play
Count de Morct In "Tho Noble Span
iard," In which KobcrtsKdcson will
bo seen early In September, wns n
-tsnpor In 'Mnrlo Walnwrlght's
formanco of "Amy Ilobsart," given
nt theFlfth Avenue Theatre, NoV
Yoik, llftcen years ago.
Heatrlco Craven of "Tho Mon and
the Mouse" com nan v. Is tho ilnuchter
. of Walter Craven of "Tho Third Dc
grec" company. Miss Craven made
l,or .lebtlt In "Tho College Widow"
part was with Richard Mansfield In
Richard Golden, the noted actor,
died very enrly Tuesday morning,
Aug. 17, on hoard the 'houseboat
Stroller, moored off the Ilrooklyn
Yncht Club In Gravescnd liny. Tho
comedian, who had been the guest
on the Strhller of John Newson Por
ter for several days preceding "his
death, appeared to bo In the best ot
health until Monday morning, when
he complained of not feeling well,
and from then until the end ho grew
rapidly worse, Tho cause of his
death wom ocuto Height's disease.
Tho body of the actor was removed
to the homo of Mis. Golden'a moth
er nt 604 West 112th street, nnd
the funeral Jtervlces were held nt
the Church ot the Transfiguration.
Interment wns at Uangnr, Me.
Rlchntd Golden, n comedian of
quaint und delightful methods, wns
born In Ilongor, Mo., July 6, 18S4,
the son of Matilda and Patrick Gol
den, Much of his boyhood was spent
at Ilucksport, Me., nnd In that New
England town he received his early
education. When ho wns not qulto
thirteen yenrs olu on May 16, 18C7,
he mado his first appcaranco on tho
stage nt the "oporn houio" at Kow
poit. Mo., In the small io!e of a ser
vant In n piny called Fsshlon. Pre
vious to this appearance, however,
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Mr, Golden was wont to confess thaw
In order to avoid tho necessity oft
going to school he had Joined a I
small circus, his contribution to the
performance being the ilog dancing
he had taught himself.
High Wage Association Is
In Need Of
A stematlc campaign Is now be
ing waged by the Japanese Identi
fied with the leadership of the now
dofunct Higher Wage Association to
secure more funds to meet the ex
penses ot the court proceedings that
nro stlllf ponding ns an aftermath to
me lauor msiui nances on tno u.iuu over tho telephone. "Owing to his
plantations. nRe( ,1B wl, mt pojul f()1. Ilt Iull(lt
It Ij state! that the cases of Hio'thieo weeks. I shall make another ex
lira leudots convicted of conspiracy I BiuliiatIon this afternoon,
will bo uppealodlo the United States .., 0MmlnBtton yesterday I
bup.eme Court a costly preceding folw lat , Congl waa ua(y ,.
rerro !rsaaX"'" 1o,,,b" rur.jis
ii,,, doctor. "Thero nro other bruises
! In'arco. dance with pie.slng ne.!"b"".! 1,ls ,,0lly wl,lch rc""ro "tlt'"-
cosslty for more mouex.a number of I !'.',. ... : . , .
ugents. havo been delegated to make , """"""" 'o moriiius paper m.u.u
n cnnvnss anions tho plantation ,thnt tho Col",ul wns nl,, t0 'tavo llltf
3npancso In an effort to inlso tho'llol,KO C8tc,ly evening, this Svns de-
needed funds. The sUe of Light
foot's fee Is not definitely known,
but it is acknowledged that tho ex
penses and lawyers' fees have now
I educed to practically nothing tho unco
sizeable campaign fund or the Higher
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The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin. wrauDed
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L irk editorial rooms orn hu.l.
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I number of the Bulletin office.
Confined To His
Japanese Consul General Uyeno,
who was seriously Injured last Thuru
day night, is still confined to his lied
In his official residence on Niiuun,u
street. On account of his old ago. It
s presumed ho will not he out with
in three weeks. Dr. Kutsukl. tho at
tending physician, stated this morn
ing that ho will make another examin
ation this afternoon ot tho Consul's
"Tho Consul Is seriously,. Injured,"
declined Dr. Kutsukl this morning
iiieu uy uic secretary or tno uonsiu
ote. todiy. Ho said that the Consul
did not lenvo his bed.
Y. Nagamoto, the Consul's coach
man, Is also laid up, In tho Japanese
Hospital on Ullhn stiecl. Ills condi
tion is cunsldcicd mme seilous than
that of tho Coin.ul, Dr, Hnlda, who U
nltemll'u; Nagumoto. said this mom
Ing that his patent was still imcon
kcIoiis yesterday, but though nt Iho
tlmo Hun with care, ho will bo out of
danger. When Nagamoto was con
veyed to Iho hospital, It wns found
that ho was bleeding much from Ma
on h. Dr. Hnlda Is hopeful however,
of his indent's recovery.
R J. Daly, passed nsslstant pay
master, United Slates Navy, Is ' a
through passenger on tho Mongolia.
Ho has been on duty In the Philip
pines. Ho says Hawaii Is far ahead
of tho Philippines lu plantations, nnd
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that ho had n groat ninny Innutiles
about thu Industries hero.
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