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EXPLOSION AT SEA
DOVER, Apr. 7. Terrible scenes ot panic, occurred on board tbeV,
Ilrltlsh steamer Calrnronn, following nn explosion of her boilers, short:
ly nfter she left London for Amerl a.
When the vessel was one day out from London, bound for Portland,
Me., nn explosion occurred In her onl bunkers, by which one man was
killed and seventy were Injured. sVI(0tit' ' I
Fire broke out after the explosion, and a fearful panic followed.
Men fought for possession of the boats, Women and children were
trampled down In a wild rush for the lifeboats, and scores were Injured
In the crush ot those seeking safety.
During the panic two steamers, hove In view, and they saved all
on board the Colrnrona. The fire wqb extinguished and tho steamer
saved, nnd no lives were lost except that qf the man hilled by the ex
plosion. There were some painful scenes after the Baving of the passengers
and crew of the Injured vessel. The disgraceful panic on board during
the time ot danger created after scenes not to be forgotten by those
who were on board. Women and children had been pushed about and
run down in the wild rush for safety, arid the shame ot the panic wii
felt deeply when all were saved.
An Investigation will be held to fix the responsibility for the lack
of discipline aboard the Colrnrona.
NO FOREIGN PRESENTS FOR NAVAL OFFICERS. '
WASHINGTON, D. C Apr. 7 The Houbo Foreign Affairs Com
mlttee today rejected a bill passed by tho Senate to permit ofllcerk of
the army and navy to accept gifts and decorations of foreign governments.
SWIFTEST TORPEDO BOAT IN WORLD.
I'KNSACOI.A, Kin., Apr. 7. 1 he torpedo boat Ileld today broke the
world's record for speed, on a speed test making a record of thlrtystt
miles per hour, which Is the fastest time ever made oh the sea.
: RFCRFATIflNS I
M IIUUIIUIIIIUUU M.
Roforo a largo and enthusiastic audi
en'ce of Honolulu's society folk Mr.
Marshall Dafrach made his seventh
public appearance In Honolulu lost
night. In the ballroom of tho Alexander
Young Hotel, In Shakespeare's rol
licking furco "A Comedy of Errors."
l'receil)ngi tboi recital, ,Mr Darrach
told In modern English a few events
of Importance that led up to tho time
when the story of tho play began: and
so that thero would bo no confusion
In tho minds of his hearers about tho
Identity of the Dromlos and tho' Anil
pholuscs, tho two pair of twns whose
mistakes form the basis of' tho plot
Mr. Darrach gavo a few valuable hliijs
for separating them and keeping them
defined. It was a mystery how one
man could keep, clear the twisted
tangled and confusing Incidents of 'the
various Beetles, but he did It, and did
it so gracefully and so easily and all
with such consummate wit, that his
auditors were (convulsions pf laugh
ter most of the tlmo. .
In contrast to.rho merry fooleries of
the Dromlos was the tenderness or the
lnvo scones between Antipholus of
Syracuse and I.uclann.
Questioned about his skill In pas
sages of this kind, Mr. Darrach re
marked that their effectiveness was
wholly artificial, so far as ho was con'
cerncd; that he could not enter Into
the spirit of the love scenes. Then he
added by way of explanation: "While
I can laugh with and at myself glee;
fully; can light With myself when tho
sceno demands that kind of expression,
and can philosophize and arguo with
myself to my satisfaction, to mako love
to myscir seems such a wasto or cr
fort That I can't help feeling silly white
whllo I am doing It.
"However, the author has placed the
Hues In tho play and as I am but his
humble mou'hplcco I do the, best I can
to bring out his meaning and throw
myself upon the mercy of my llsto
At the conclusion of "A Comedy
of Krrors 'Mr. Darrach added four
lyrics of his oVn ""'composition "A
Canoe Song," "Honey Sweet" "Ah
Sweet, I W6b Asleep" nnd "Nellie's
On Monday,, April 11th. Mr. Dar
rach wll make his last public appear
auce In Honolulu, Iri tho great Scot
tish trariedy "Macbeth."
The Carle Sisters still continue to
draw crowds. They have somo very.
BHOWN OF HARVARD
It is poor economy to cover
a pood house with a low
rade paint a paint that
won't last long, and won't
look good while it does last.
is of the Highest Quality and
Lcwcrs & Cooke,
177 So. King St.
clever songs this week, tho motion
pictures aro all now and interesting.
THE EMPIRE THEATER.
Miss Donovan has mado a great hit
with, the audiences at tho Kmplro by
her winning ways, sweet voice and
musical parodies. Miss Wal) continues
her gyrations and teems to put addi
tional motions Into her marvelous
dance. That she Is a wonder Is provon
by the continued largo patronage ot
tho Empire. Tho motion picture pro
gram Includes comedy and pathos.
Romantic. Italy la shown In tho pic
tores, and a drama, called "Comuta
the Indian," will Interest those who
look for deep things, "Sam Not Want
ed" nnd "Tho nroken Violin" aro two
of. tho comedies. Harry Well is at tho
piano for the balnnco of tho season.
THE PARK THEATER.
"Mischievous Mat" heads tho list ot
, a comedy bunch of films now being
shown at this theater, A Wild West
picture, Introducing somo fine riding,
I will be on the screen to delight the
mass of people who patronize this pop
alor place ot amusement. Tho Tarls
"Brown of Harvard" was tho offer
ing of the Mcltao Company at tho
Opera House last night and It will bo
presented for tlvv remainder of the
week. The ever popular play with Its
setting In tho collegiate life of Cam
bridge was presented in a manner
characteristic, of the excellent work of
ho members of tho McRae Company
ind the cast la 'as effective ub In tho
plays (hat have procedett It.
. In VRrown of Harvard.'1 Mr, Mcltao
ind Miss Oswald appear In the leading
roles 'tRcRao, as' "Tom. Drown" and
MIssJOswaldAas "Kvclyn Ken)oh."
As'.'BuaSHall," the varsity coach,
Lc,wis Morrison "Is particularly effect
ive!' Orfmtlf Wray and' Charles Rojnl
mako tho best- of minor roles and help
to carry the play with tho snap and
vim that characterized It last night.
The cast lor "Drown1 of Harvard" Is
Tom Drown Henry Mcltao
Oerold Thorno (stroke oar ot the
'varsity eight, who is not his own
master) .... JamcB Dillon
Wilfred Kcnyon Orlfflth Wray
Victor Cotton (who wants tho Eng
lish crew to defeat his alma mat
er) t Ivan Miller
Dud Hall (varsity coach)
Claxton Maddon. .Sherman Dalnbridgo:
Stubby Anderson (who stutters) ..
Happy Thurston Frank Howu
Walter Bernard . . Edward Show
Warren Pierce James Oamblo
Thompson Coyne ...... (leno Hoeber
Coidlngtou, manager ot tho English
Crew -..., John Iloiich
Dills, manager of tho nrslty crew.
Captain Hodges ,..Oeo. Helpt
Members of the Varsity Crew; .
Oeo. Solnyn Fred Cutler
Arthur Blake Jack Davis
Old Clothes Man ... . Jaklo Colim
Butler Rejnolds Ed. Wilson
Mrs Kenon Ixmlso Melrose
Marlon Thome . Laura Hudson
Edith Slnclalnt Edith Elliott
Eeln Kcnyon .... Margaret Oswald
Tho officials at the field meet of tho
Y. M, C. A. tomorrow will be as fol
lows: Itefereo Paul 8uper; Judges,
'2. B. Blanchard; It. S.iCJault, Stanley
Livingstone; announcer Jno. C. An
lersou; Scorer B. II. Hand. No
charge will be mado for admission and
the public Is Invited to attend. Track
jvents will be run off April 23.
, Consul General Uyeno IB reported
III today. I'endlng his recovery, Elevo
Consul I to Is looking After tho Con
lulato affairs. '
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flood film will "be fun' through "again'
by special request, in addition to tho
regular program, Tho Russians havU
it-organized and changed their dances.
These people "havo made u groat hit. A
new artist from tho Winter Garden In
Hurblir appears In conjunction with
the quartet at the Park,' and will do
light tho audlenco tonight and tomor
row night. Tho Mclnotto slstors will
ippear as usual.
A QENEROU8 OFFER.
That Iho manager of tho Emplro
Theater, on Hotel street. Is In sym
pathy with the members of the Ha
waii Yacht Club in their effort to keep
Honolulu on tho sportsmen's map Is
evidenced by tho offer mado by Mr.
Oierend to let tho club havo the tho
uter and talent for one night. This Is
to bo his donation to the cause, and the
boys appreciate It.
A committee has the mattor In hand,
nnd arrangements are being mado with
the best local talent to appear at the
Empire that night, the date of which
has not been definitely died. The
chairman of the committee Is now ar
ranging tho details and planning sen
sational features for tho event, which
Is to bo made a social nffulr with u do
luxe stamp, Tho committee is rccelv
lug much cncoiiiagoment from the
lieoplo. and there Is every Indication
that the club will have Its full meas
ure of success, A completo program
will ho published In this column as
soon ns It Is arranged.
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FORT. BELOW HOTEL
CAMP IS OPhNED
Incipient,. Cases Will Be Treated
Dr. Hobdy Gave a Talk on How
to Protect the Public
Tlio "Pp. Ola Day Camp," for incip
ient casosot tuborculotU wlxi opor.i d
lestcnlAy -afternoon itt I'aliuia. J. 11.
Gait Introduced Dr. W, 0. Hobdy, tho
speaker of tho dayt who addressed tho
large number of people present, Tho!
Knmcnamena ulee (Jlun tumisiied tne
muslij In their usual pleasliiK manner.
They snnitwo selections, which were
Dr. Hobdy stated that tho camp
will bo open from 8 a. m. to G p. in.
Trained titurses will bo In atteudancu
nnd nourishing food will bo supplied
tho patients Tho patients will re
ceive cAroful Instruction lu the euro
of themselves and It will be iiolnted
out to themihow dangerous It is to ex
pucloruto In piibllc placos,
The bulldliiH Is n largo palllon sit
uated ou a lot bqtween Asylum Iload
and Ilanyan street. Applications for
ndmlsslon (o tho camp are already
coming in. and It Is expected that the
camp will he tilled to its capacity very
The bulldfng was paid for by tho
members ot one of this cll)'s oldest
mid, most respected families, Tho lied
Cross Society and the Men's Ieague
of CenthtUUnlun Church huvq geuer
ou?ly coatrlbu'eil. Funds' ho.wover,
will be g'adly received by tho superin
tendent of tho I'ulama Settlement und
er tvhose Hupertlsldn IIiIh camp will
"Tho Chamber of Commerce will pro
vide a trained nurno to assist In theltou.
nntl-tuburculosls campaign, this be
ing decided upon at n recent meetlni;
of tho Hoard of Trustees of the
Cluuuber. J, 11. Oalt was empowered
ut that meeting to notify that body
that S1200 will bo forthcoming to pay
tho salary of said nurse,
Tho credit fpr bringing this matter
to the attention of the Chamber be
longs lo President-J. V. Morgan, who!
first brought the question bvforo tho
trustees, Tho project was referred to
Chairman l.owrdy ot the health com
mltteo, who made a thorough Investi
gation and reported what lino of ac
tion seemed tho most deslrablo under
tho circumstances. ,
MAN IS KNOCKED OUT
After Ultlng a dcntUt and having
tbreo teeth out whllo under an an-
esthetic a man named Jandln dropped
into n house or refreshment to huo
a plck.-me-up. Tho next thing Jandln
remembers Is waking up at the police
station, where he had been conveyed
by n zealous police officer.
Tho man was taken in for safe
keenlui: ut nbout 9 o'clock, and a I
couple of hours afterwards, Deputy
Rose visited him and saw at onco,
.that Jandln was perfectly sober. Hose
Immediately allowed tho man to lenvu
the police station, Jandln thinks that
the anesthetic and the ono drink of
whiskey was tho reason of his col
lapse. However, bad liquor may bo
at the bottom of the affair, and tho
(matter Is being Investigated.
Another hopelessly hopeful person is
tho olumlnous lady who hus a gown
under tho Impression that she will
look as svelte nnd lissome in it ns tho
r.ivlshlngly slim young model sho saw
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