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' . THE Yfflm CAlf STQP IT
Plant At Work
v In Pacific
Great things are expected of tho
brand-new wlrolesi telegraph nppa
latus that has been Installed hi the
Canadian-Australian liner Mamma,
low nt the port of Honolulu.
Tho Maralna Is (lie sceouil vesae!
on tho Vaiicou,vcr-lIonoliilu-Aiislralla
run that has been rated out for over
A. I'ernald, an operator of wide
experience, In making the trip In tho
Canadlan-Alistra.lan liner and look-
In? nfter the nlant fie slates that .
the Installation U the best (hat haHlne" tney are merely waiiitg lor
v.i i.n.i. inno,i ,.minn,ii i. trnnu.
I'lirlflc ffp. it In ennfl.lPiiliv ev.
peeled that the Mnnimit will keep In
wireless touch with Kuhuku or a l'u.
clflc Coast station for a distance of nard Keleko.lo, the lloy Orator, weather conditions thnt we did on
two thousand live hui.drcd miles aft-1 should second It. This arrangement the way down they will certainly not
er the Installation has been "tuned" was still on the boards .oi. tho day exceed tho speed limit in their en
down to a regular working gait, of tho mooting, 'but It Bccms that tho deaor to make the port of Honolulu."
Tho Marama brought a goodly lloy Orator 'decided, on more mature According to predictions voiced by
number of passengers for Honolulu 'deliberation, that It would be tin- officers of tho Nevadan tho first of
The vessel departed from Vancouver wise for hlm'to moddle with n saw the yachts may not sight tho head
at noon on July in. The veasol ar-j which did not chnrern him, so ho iands of Oahu before (be first of Aug
rlved off the quarantine about 11 .withdrew from the -proposition. ( -
o'clock last evening, but too late Kelckollo sali last Thursday that! However It Is contended that both
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Jtitnrnntlnn tnimltfrntloti fltifl i.lRloni.
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n-Jinrk thU morninir. an.l Theo II.
tv,tin. x, n l.nr ncents Ittten.l to!
..... . ww, "-. -o , -
uupaich the Marama for Sydney,
Fanning Island, at 2:30 this after
A dozen passengers - hove been'
booked at the shlpplt.g office for Aus
After leaving Vancouver tho tea
sel went over to Victoria, and there
remtftned Until 2:31) tho following
rfay to nwalt the arrival of pawien
gers aud komo mall from Sau Krail
ctao. Fine weather characterized tho
trip dowp to tho Islai.ds.
In the hands of a capable and.
energetic committee, numerous deck
sports during the day and concerts
In tlio evening were greatly ehjoyej
by tho; passengers. ,
The paramo tnkci on n small
amount of supplies aud freight for
Fanning Island that had been left
hero by tho Maliura. "
x HILO, July 22, "I Jiad a mighty
tHod Ulustratloi. of what tho offttctH
of prohibition, will )o like." wtd
touhty Auditor Charles Magulre larl
"Wednesday, after Be had Just return
ed from a business trI"tto Kau.
"At their last meeting tho license
commissioners Vei( down the only
saloon ln'Kai district, and as n con
sequerico'thero'ls ijinta slnglo place
-wheb litjour can bo bought legally
at. relair.' TUo only'llcensed place In
the.' district Is the Kau Wlno and Llq-
iiQr' Company, and that holds ouly a
'wholesale license. k 1
'x'l wa6rather Interested In seeing
v,V, ii.la'.UiifitlrMi which nractlcul-
ly amoui.ts to iiroblbitfon1, was work,
ltitout, io I wont'to various Chinese
Storekeepers, ond asked VlieinMf they
Ala 'liquor 'for silo, Tliey all bad
that 'they' ha'd nono, but this" may
havo been ofylg to, the fact that I
was a. stlangcr arid known to lipid
an ofd-lirt ndsltlon. ' 'ilowever, tho
point' of my 'experience 'was, tnls:
aivlng up the storckeepe'rs, wo asked
tho llrst Hawaiian we fcamo across 11
lie'cOuld get us a drink. 'Sure,' said
lie 'I can get you nllthe swipes
jou wauti Since' the saloon cooa
,t innn thn iLilniin closod
wo aro ,raaklng It all over tne dis
trict.' X have needed no' more, strik
ing argument to convluca me what
yiTlli' bo Wo'effoctV'ofVrdhittttlon'."
It takes a crafty widow to ma.c a,
man belle vo she thinks bis faults aro
JHE HILO PLOT
1111.0, July 22.' V most Intero t-
Inn oi 1 (evolutionary polltual
Hchemo was hatched up hire but
week. Tho plot'v.nH Id pas n rr.'ii-
lutlon hy which Blinerviwr Henna
khould bo fonmilly read out of the
Kepubiican party. Tho grounds wo. e lltimcnt oHcrpd by CnIltftln Amler.
to bo alleged .political tioacherv, not Ru , lhlR morn wUa a,kpi, f ,,
only on the part of Ho,h but also h , , B
Z AniYl0' N "al CgBBl,","1MIW twft during his trip down
man llolateln. , ,. ....
! II.. ..In fllA.I .nnl..1l.n
tin ttic juui laiivu iu uimvi iiiiio
at least, It did not Lome 6ff at the'
mnatlitB Af tliA ttaniililliiitti VMiliri
,"""'' "' i'ui- "w
Commltteo lait Wednesday evening, -fV"" "" w -
which was tha time sot for 'the away from the top o her funnel dur
springing of tha mine. It U- nbt ,n tD0 lnB,1 ibrfe Un" of tha '
known w hether those behind tha plan . aB' atnted CaP'n Andcnon.
havo given It up ai a bad Job or1 "There wob little or no wind at nil
that lianwne'ner mey are merely wauiLg ior
u trans- another tlui at which to pprlnn It. ,
nnotner uum at wwru to Miring u. ,
It nlioearH that It was' nrr.ineeif
,orlglniill that. John llerlng should
Introduce the resolution, while Her-
,ionn nering came'io mm witn tne
....i.t.. A .. nA..u. r. 11..
iiiuiwu ii udi i-M " .no
meeting with Kealawua. tho Dem-
octatl: nepi'csentatlvo, at which they
tried to Induce Kealawaa Id give vp
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I" B" '
his plun to run for the House this
election, and to run for the Hoard
of Supertltora fiom Puna district In
stead, tha Idila being that Kealawaa
would bo able to defeat Norman UY.
man, the regular Hepiilillcau candi
date for supervltur frum Tuna, tier
ing waa to Introdirc tile resciliitlnii,
which should, howover, he directed
only agaluat Desha, leaving llolstuln
out of the matter, and Kelekollo was
to support It.
Tho special meeting of the County
Committee, which had been tailed
fqr last Wodunsday Lght, to take
action with legurd to the precinct
clubs which had failed to elect their
ofneets, was -hofen as tho time (o
spring the plot, but It seema that
the change tif mind tin Kelckollo's
part queered the scheme-r-at least,
for that occasion. Kelekollo was -on
the s.cno, though he says he had no
lutentlu. of taking part In the car
ting o.tt of the plan, hilt John ller
lng did not atteud the meeting.
In the meantime them were sev
eral inembeis present Who knew ot
tho plan, ai'd who wcie expoctlfig
",m.V '! W?.',!fc b9,carrI'a .u1, "
if IkAba tin lit lha fin it a ft sir I li a iniiat
of thcte said the day after the meet
ing that the "bos" were much dis
appointed tint the fireworks weronot
set off. Thuy had expected to wit
ness some excitement, nnd were much
,. . . . ... 1 . ...
disappointed at tho quletnea? of the
As It was the meeting was a very
quiet one, but considerable Important,
business was doue. .Campaign Man-
ager Carl Smlth reported that sev-
eral of the nepub'Mcan precinct clubs
had failed to elect officers on the
data specified hy tho rules. He ask-
eq lor iiuuiuriiuiim 10 instruct i
officers of these clubs to havo domi
nation of officers on Saturday, July
23, and to havo elections on Satur
day, July 30, This was carrlet
Smith then suggested that, 'the
meeting adjourn, as there' was 1m-
portaut work waiting (Or him at nis
offlci, but Hohnenberg 'Ished'llo rS
port on tho formation of a Kuhlo
I'cluh nt Wnlakea, and he spoke
I strongly In favor of forming such
1 Juba in tne various precincts.
1 Another, inerufier spoke in faor ot
I -he forming of auxiliary clubs. Smith
I retilled that ha had n 1 veil some
thought to tho subject 'of forming
such clubs, and It seemed to him.
that It was uftnecessary to do so
The rules of the party presupposed
the existence of but one club, the
ptoclnct club, and tho formation of
....1. ni.. .i.ihu mi.iii hurl h
precinct club, Ho dlscouraBed the
YACHTS MAY BE
(Continued from Page 1)
vessel met with weather which.
lording to the RUlpiirr, i utild hardly
ho considered propitious for vulIiIh
i.,.il,lng anything llku fust time,
i1I10 vnKliiu m tint i... .I..
,,, for u ulonlll was , KnD,,
. I '
Had tlie Nevadau been slnndlnglwlll he married now that thejdlvorc3
'1 thnfA nm.ld fint hnin Iiaam Viau tiAAti m-nhtat Itin snnln
still thore 'ivoilld' not have, been
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jv "'''""""" "v ui
'"K - lf f'nptatu Wilder of the Ha
wul1 "t Cuptnln Ward of tho Mollllou
"t witn iinjiumg.iiKa the same
Captain Wlldor and his lieutenant.
King, are well versed In tho lore of
" " ri such . ,hB
"nwiui. inai tney win crack on nil
,to .,, f
,', ,.. ,u
J?, th mfn,"no,,h
Bnl1 I'osslWo Is a foregone conclusion.
the little band of
-n.l ......1 ..-., J .-.I-
"-"' nir u.
mond Head light maintain their faith
ful tlgllance and a constant lookout
Is being maintained for the first
glimpse of a sail upon the horizon.
W. S Ward of San Francisco has
forwarded a message received from
bin brother who la hailing tliu Molll
Ion Tho letter was sent ashore from
fhfl Vftlll U-tltlf! (h,i uJritl iunfllil ihIIas
ott San Pedro, on July 10. Tho nolo
n.i. n. rnihiuu. -w- , ,.'.-,i '
reads as follows: "Wo wcro passed
at first nnd dronned two miles astern
0f the other yachts; wo had to put
on light sails and are now almost up
with them. Tbo Hawaii U loading
Lovely weather, a fine send off, and
all In best of spirits."
MR. CASTLE OBJECTS
II u 1 1 1 1 n:
I understand that the liquor ln-ia
leronB i:. ccriain pcsiem or uiu-
hoards printed In the Hawaiian Ian
guage nre quoting ma aa being
acalnst mohlhltlon. 1
Bom? time uro I wan luten lowed '
i.v ( n n 1 t a n n lunnfin,. t .rta I
my Mews on (lie present law. I stated i
at the time that If tho preseut, law
was amnndod h: certain respects, that
then that law would bo preferablo
to prohibition. The amendments were
uiuat,i, t.igiiKU 1., ...iq will. Loiiun,
quw ,nwg n o'ther gtn(eg Al
that time, I stated to the II ull 0
1 1 n reporter that these wore merely
my vlowa on tbo present law and
thould not Indicate hi one wiy or
the other how I should vote on July
20. Tho nreient poster Is certainly
a misrepresentation and I do not care
to havo my nnmo used without au-
enoriiy. our$ sincerely.
AUTIKD k. CASTU:.
Honolulu, Jul, 53, 1910.
Every American citizen should go
to the, poUj and vote, Tuesday, Vote
u'n tt'w'n n k b u it n n' ti u k a
Idea of- Republicans joining outside
organizations. Finally he said that
a number of members of tha various
precinct ciuus nan uecn maKing
snowing as nearors of tales wntcn Hawaii
had come to (hem from varloua un.i Tho Hawaii broke out n big IH
authorized sources. Kacu menmor
should make It his business to dls-
courage such tale-bearing,
At the same meeting It Was decld-
ed to nppoii.t a committee of IJyo to
draw tin tho platform, and the fol -
0wmj members, wari hpDbJnted; Carl
Smith fl p. Affonsb. John Knl. J.
P. Halo "and John UohnQnberg. '
And Wife May Now
It look less than flvo minutes thh
morning for picsentatlon of ovldcnco
and granting iif"a' div'orco'to Wallae
Jackson- from' his 'wife1 Emma, tin
chargo 'Alleged 'bolnfe1 adultery."
' Thoi !cortpl rit4 'ttiarrfeU several
joarsr agn 'but It Itaonoyu 'tlmo to
untlb the matrliaonlarkdoV'thls mom
lug- tbnb It 'tobl.'th "mluUler to,
splice It at h 'allV't 'the.' begin
ning bt tbclr nldttled llfe.'M '
Jackson 1n"n lthk' nlkfoM npj?ro
itliOBi? Ilnwilliin vArt Hbs b"cu IMiu
M 1.111 it whltfc manyono' Charles
BrewerHor tUaipaftV ear and a lii'f
Attorney' Straant rcproseiited Jack '
i(n 6nd calltfd'but dnewllnoak, Utev.
er,l6 Wsllfrt 'thou3li rMrrt'Jtckno-i
waa prseet'lh'itlle'rourf'dxjrlnn' Hi"
proceeding 1 J1"1' ' '
v OnlyomJ luiptrt.int I'qlieAtlotl n
naked Iliower by Straus nud that was
wher horhad i bvn 'living' hud with1
, whoiri. -'HiV w,ia told thatHi xm not
oiiiinfii to nnwor' ino laiier' pare ci
thb, tuipatlnn tinted' hef'tshod, but ho.
roiUlcd' that 'ht had I'sh Mon amiVver.
dnd thereupon U'old tbe'eburt tint ho
had faben 'living mlth' Mrs.nJacklon
on anniniK LftnbMd iw " ' '
'As both Ut4werarid llrs yaVktoi
havi)t)on iiniSt'T'luvestlKatlon by Fni
eral ajUthorltV)1 anilar'now' indcu
Inillctmpnt It 1u understood that thnv
htiH been grouted the couple.
Cable Was Correct And
Local Boat Held
The San Francisco Kxamlncr of
J ty i.l give tho following report of
tho start of tho uclit race.. Nolo
what It sayu of Hawaii hecaci) ijfL
i;annaa, , ,
laical achtsmcn are taking n kcv:i
or Interest In this ear's raco from
San I'cdro to Iluunlulu than ever bv
foru on acenuut of thu fact that, Uulh
T. Word, commodore of tho Aeolian
Yncht Club ot Alameda, Is sailing tho
yawl Mollllou In tho long ocean con
Ward Is well knonn here as a sail-,
or of ability n.id pluck, and his eftoit.
to win tho blue illibon ot Pacific ocean
jactit racing will bo watched closely
Tho Mo'lllou, which he Is command
ing In (he sail fiom Sn l'ndro to Ho
noliilu, la a n w ck.cl having boon
I,BC' aaiy, af2u,to "f ",0,U,,;' (
from "o yard of Stono & Van Ucrgoti
at Harbor View
Sho la owned by Francis It. Smith,
who made' himself n popular mc;mbnrj
of tho local yachting fraternity as tlini
owner of flip Mary Smith was hew j
for a cnuplo of years, superintending
the construction of docks at tho Navy
yard -at MatQ Island, and ho linn non
been .lelnlldt to continue tho rhino i
kind of work In tho harbor of Hfno-
lulu. Ills lovo for .iclitliM proniptelj
hltn to arrange for tho construction of
yacht which ho could use while ho'
. i'm i i
was iu ino Hawaiian isianus, nnu uin'.lo previous races
Mollllou was built during tho put,
winter nt Harbor View from doilgns
by trunk Htone.
Started at Noon Ovndj,
Hdiilh'n lovit of ftoort uromntt'il him 1 V
to quickly acquiesce when Conimndo'n j Ji
.. . ... . . . .i I r
Ward asked for tho prlvllegj of sill jf
nig iiiu )ucut 10 ucr imuro noiuu 111 y(
thn Ihlr.l nf thn biennial r-iein fronil'V
San Pedro to Honolulu, and tbo Aro
Ilan yachtaiiuu boon gathered togeth
er a crew of bay jaclitsmen willing tu
tnko Hie ocoin voyago on tho smirt
The raco started on Sunday, thrco
coraiMititors rrosslng the lino prompt
ly at noon, 1h.o Sweetheart, a schoon
er owned In Southern California; tho
Hawaii, another iu homier built hy
Hawallans two cars ago In an en
deavor to bring tho ocean trophy to
th.o port of distillation, iml lho Molll
Uou wore tho starters, Tho Hawaii
was a participant In tho raco two
years ago, hut finished n poor Ihlid
to thu I.urllno and tho Anemone Tho
Sweethurt and Mollllou aru nvikliijt
their debut In ocean race
Tho Hawaii nnd Mollllou got aornai
tho line practically togtthei. lho Mol
lllou having tbd leoward berth. Tho
aweethenrt 'was astorn of .the
I loaders, with a position to windwaM
n0f tho Mollllou and to leeward of tho
uniinn nn hIkuiIv after tho stirt
and setting nu immcnsu billoon Jib.
' noon forged to tho front
the Hawaii was hoeilmi'd nndj
iwoelbrurt cinio ut and piunod
i htr. The ya. toth vcro roiling In thoby lho quartctto. Tlyjro Will Im no
ocean swell with practically ni w'nd rpworth I.eagiiJ service or evenlns
I when tho lait of tho short craft start-l preaching servlco. Tho Epworth
ed bacU for fcan Pedro harbav. Wlio-i
THE WATERHOUSE CO.
announces the opening of a department for
the repair of
National Cash Registers
This will be in charge of an expert who has
taken the full course in the factories oi" these
companies. His work is guaranteed, by the
manufacturers and the Waterhouse Company.
Queen Street near Nuuanu Street
and First Floor Judd Building
tho but of the accnmpw) Ins vessels
returned tho report was that tbo
Sweet was flvo miles ahead of tho
Hawaii, with tho Mollllou n mllu be
hind, none of tho vessels having any
uin.l at the tlmo
will Sail Two Weekt
'lho final report made hy Conimo.
dmo Ward on the Mollllou beforo tho
l.irt jacht left read thus
HnndFome slnrt. .Mollllou Is iln
lug far belter thin I exacted In
light weather for sucb a heavy
and substantial seagoing yncht.
I did not set what few lights
sails wo hao to lei tho other two
draw a Utile ahead, that I might
tako ndvantugo of their experi
ence and wind uudar tho Islands.
Stnro sotting balloon Jib and oth
er light sails we aro fast over
hauling both, very much to my
I, In AvnnMfwl Ihflt lliA ixll.niir ull) c
Br-Ko In Hanolulu about twcho or
fourteen days after tho start.
This Is tho third blsnnlal raco, tho
nrcv nus races Having necn won
i,y the schooner Liirllnc, which Is not
competitor thla oar.
SUNDAY SERVICES f.
LATTEE-DAY SAINTS, REORQAN-
. . . IZED
Church on King strwt, near Kn
plolnnl. Hldor M, A. MrCauloy, pas
!):IG a. m. Sunday school. Lea
ton, "Poter'a Pcnteeoalnl Sermon."
11 a. m. Worship. Topic, "Pray
er'' by pastor.
6:30 p. m, Zlon's Ilollglpus Liter
ary Society, Lesson, "Trouble With
Morlanton"; an lent Anierlcn 71 II.
C; also musical and literary mini
beis. 7:30 p, m. Worship. Sermon '
"A Living Churrh," by pas(or. Spe.
clal muclo by choir.
Seats (tec. All welcome.
Tho First Methodist Episcopal
Church, corner Miller street nnd Here
(aula avenue, John T. Jones, pastor;
residence, 1020 Ileretonla avonuo.
Class meotlng, 9 o'clock, William
Knott, leader; Sunday School, SMS a
m.. II. II, Trent, superintendent;
morning worship, 11 o'clock, sermon
by tho pator, subjest "Tho Itecogal
Hon of 1'rlenda In Heaven;" music
Losgue and, church will unite) with tho
Prompt and satisfactory attention
will be given all work. .
other churches of Hip cltv In "a union'
prohibition meeting at tho Kanalohao
Church at G IS, and 7 o'clock join In
tho parade and march tu Aola Park
nnd take part In tbo groal mass moot,
lug to bo held there. Strangers,
tourists and friends are urgently ro.
quested to attend tho morning scrvlqa
and listen to tho pastor's discourse on
lho soul stirring nnd Inspiring lliemo
as announced above'.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday, Jlily 24. Dr. .Whits will
proich at the mornluj service, at 11
o'clock. Tho subject of hid sermon
will bo "The Inheritance of tho Meek "
Along with tho other churches In tho
city Central Union will adjourn Us
evening sentcu and uulto In tho big
union prohibition rally at Kawalahao
Church at R'20, and afterwards at
Anla Park. Tho Malo Quartet wilt
- lif it, thn mni.ilnn ,n,i Im nt f-Att.
tral Union and nt the prohibition ral
y at Kawalahao Church In lho eve
nlng Tho Dlblo Schoal will meet us
usuii nt 9:50.
POP1 flPO mnRI
rAi.urrA rifi v
L.UU1U L.U 1 IWill,
Porto Rlcan Calmly Gets
Away On To
i:ldcntly thinking that It was an
easy matter to escape frum custody In
Honolulu and, mnbo desiring to
emulate, Andorson Grace, Dernadlno
Madera, a Porto Itlc.in prisoner, who
hud this morning just been r n nut
ted to tho Circuit Court, cnlmU a.-i-ed
out of tho dock at tbo polleo court
Thu Cjiiurt was sitting and four
prisoners were in tho dock awaiting
their being taken down bolow to tho
cells. Officer Weed was ilt-aply Inter
ested In his record shoot, and as a lot
of spectators were leaving tbo court
room, Madcia calmly pic-Kcd up tits
hat and emerging from tho dock, walk
Tho thrco other prisoners waited a
minute, or so nnd then they startod
off, too Hy that tlmo tho attention of
thu officers was drawn to the fact
tint 0110 prisoner was missing an J
(Continued on Page 8) '
If ycu are &ubtful about where
you voto en Tuesday, look It up to
voto or, Tuesoiy,
Chinese Will. Not Talk
To Chief. Detective
Xnlhlng new has been discovered
In regards to lho horrible murder at
Kahuku, and tho Chinese who are be
ing held for Investigation, refuse, to
romo through with anything that will
throw light on tho proposition. ,
Tho dead man and three other Chi
nese had Ihcd together,' and there
had been no signs of 111 feeling be
tween them. It has been suggested
that the dectaaed had a quantity o
opium thut he would not sell to bin
ninte-s, nud that soma trouble hail
tiilsen ocr the !oppy juice.
McDufflo (loo not think .It posrlhlb 1
that thu murder could hae beeu
committed in lho room where) the four ,
men slept without three of ,thom
knowing all about It,
I. Ing Moon tho cook for the, wnp..
of rice planters. Is thought to know'
omcthlng of tho. affair as ho acted in '
n peculiar fashion on tho mornlffg'th'at'
lho bod) was found. Moon had Bono''
to lho house that tho dead man used '
to cretin and enquired as to thn
whereabouts of the missing maiu.
Then Inter on It wait he who walked
dlreclly to tho tpot whoro tbo charrcdl,
body was found.
Moon may tell nil ho knows to YtCt
Untile, later on and tho mjftcry JU
thou ho cleareil up.
REAL E8TATE FIRM.
A partnership In thn real estate
huHnesa has bqen forced by O. O.
Lansing and A. II. Dlndcro. tho firm
namo to ho known as Dondcra and
Lansing. Tho firm will cngago In gen
eral real cutaio niiernflnns.
Afte,r n man has been mairleJ alout
a year ho has almost us -mtuy. but
tons off bis garments nt h's vtta !ius
pins Iu hers .
The averuge nun ' (Irmly con
vinced (hat ho docs soveuteeu tlai
a-) much for others us otli.ua do fur;
And maty a man llki 1 1 go pihlwe
becauso his wife doesn't eaio 10 (o
SHU f j
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t 1 1 n 1 1