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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Up till noon )odny thofo had been
J67 automobiles registered at tho Po
Mike Patton will ,rcferoe Iho main
ooxlng ovent tomorrow night between
Jack Cflrdcll and Pat Cornyn.
XV II. Kalwal, has boen arrested
and tha'rgcd wllh' 4n assault' on an
.ntnato of the homo for old men at
Tho advance sa'.o for the boxing
jhow tomorrow night at Iho Aloha
Park i has boen good and a big crowd
Da via Kakalla, who assaulted an
Jlhcr' nian had n sentence of thirty
days registered at tho police court'
this morning. .
It Is expected that a report will
shortly bo received from Mr, Jorccn
jen on tho water possibilities of the
at. h. I'ncncctf, wno has been a
member of tho llllu Hoard of Ilegls
(ration has rnlgncil. Ills sUccvss'dr
has not been npjiolntod yet.
Chung Tnl, tho Japaneso who com
rnlttcd n terrible crime on two young
Iris, has been charged wltli an or
fenso llmt carrlus a death sentence,
United States Attorney Jlrcckons
will return tomorrow from Maul
where ho has been for the last weok
rccuroratlng and doing somo light
Secretary Mott-Smlth was back at
his desk today after one day vaca
tion at his homo wucro he remained
yesterday recuperating after tho stre
nuous days of the plebiscite.
Autoinj Itothelo was tried nt the po
lice court this morning for having
assaulted Ills' cousin. Ho was found
guilty of the offcuso- and fined $10;
Iho Judgo remitted tho costs.
Eugene Murphy was today admitted
to practleo by Supreme Court of Ha
waii, Ho Is n graduate- of Columbia
Law School and was admitted to tho
New Jersey Jlar In February 1898.
Her' Majesty Queen Lllluokalanl,
who was reported III a fow days ago
was out driving last Wednesday In
company with Mrs. Clark and Mr.
John Almoku Domlnls. Tho Queen Is
qui to well.
Sau Chin, who' Is accused of assault
ing another Celestial, was tried at the
police court this morning. Judgo' An
drado heard all tho evidence and then
said that he would gtvo n decision
Mayor Fern' will proiidJ over tho
political meeting to lis hold tomorrow
evening at Walpahu. Link McCand
less, tho Democratic candidate for
Dclcgato to Congress will also make
a political speech there.
At four o'clock thli-.uttornon there
will bo n meeting of tho License
Doard when two applications wltl bo
considered and a hearing will bo giv
en Joo Sllva on the. disturbance In
the Pantheon Saloon on election. night.
Governor Frcar has stajt;-Unlit
there will bo no proclamailnssd
but that notices will be riuD1l!h(d
and a pamphlet Issued glvjnx trtomI
Ing homesteaders alt tho InferSiatlon
about the lands to bo openffl for
John Nakobkoo, (ho prohibition
agent and John II. Wine, who lid tho
Hawaiian anti-pfoblbltlori SffiV to
victory, yesterday patched ti: their
differences during tho lunch-hour.
The two Johns promised to-be; good
to each other In tho fdturo: :
Cantnln Hami'tton of tha tivUUh
Army, who has been visiting In jlio
urieni is a passenger on tno steam
ship Mongolia which arrlvod from
Yokohama, Japan, this morning. Ha
said ho wiln present at tho military
Inspection ot tho Chinese array.
Nothing doing In court circles was
the order today at the judiciary
liulidlnir. Jiidc's Itohlnsoii's court was
tho only oho' In session ami a'recess
was declared Ihcro whiting for somif
wltncsuos In tho Mary Ho Lcong caso
who woro coming In on tho Mongol
A most lntero'stfng lecturo mi th
Yellowstono National Pnrk will bo
given tonight beforq tho Summer
school gathering' of teachers. Pro
fessor F, M. Fultz, superintendent of
schools at Santa Harbara will gtvo
the lecturo and It promises to hi
quite entertaining and Instructive
Tho public 'Is invited to attend.
Among' the passengers leaving on
tho Mongolia for San Francisco 1
Lieutenant II, 11. Iloblnson of the
rovenuo cutter Tfictls, who hasbcen
granted twenty days leave of 'abj
It was not until the Mongolll
came In sight this morning' that
Lieutenant Robinson received a cable
granting hlu leave, but ho Is acc'usi
tomed to making quick trips' and
will get away on tho shlp'when slnj
He will spend his leavo on tho
Coast, returning 'about Bc'pte'mbeY'1
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."THE WIIOXO MK. SJIITH."
The new pleco at tho Orphcum has
me morit of having a real plot and
Is interspersed wllh come very pretty
vocal numbers. Maud Ilockwcll
sings "Lonorn,'' and for nn encore
Jlngs "Tlppcrary." Olga Steck has
i tty pretty song, "I'anslcs liring'
i noughts," and n duet with Carlo-
ton Chase; "Chlngarlng," which re
ceived a merited ciKore. Ellse
Schuyler gives one of her eccentric
character' songs, and Vllma Steck.
who Is rapidly h.onromlng out Into a
full-fledged .soubrctle, slugs "Whin-
tlo and 1 Will Wall," with n pretty
cnorus effect. Harry Stuart an.t
Harry Oarrlty add to tho amusement
with comlcnl fours, and Harris Mc
Quire slngS1 "Ho Will Come Hack."
Ethel Canfleld Is an eccentric ge
nius. Sho was on tho bills to play
a solo, "Llgunde." by Wlnlawlskl,
but her 'first plo.o was "llollovo Me,
If All Those Endearing Young
Charms,' and as an encore "Sliver
Threads Among tho Oo'fd'." Every
thing she plays Is 'beautifully ren
dered, but why deceive tho poor pub.
lie? Miss Atkins fainted nt tho
close of tho first act, ami at a mo
merit's notlco Miss Itlm Abbott as
sumed tho part and acquitted herself
Tho" cast arid musical program is as
Tobias1 OTooito, a retired Janitor
8ydnoy Smith, his nephew
Horatio Titus Smith, a tailor
Maybollc. Tobla'a ward Olga 'stech
Aunt Carrie,' Tobias' sister
Frcdcrloka", tho servant
"Wo Aro tho Principals"
)... Opening Chorus
"What's tho Matter with Father?"
"Dinah" ...Ilarry Stuart and Chorus
"What's tho matter with tho
Moon?" ..Cattlon' Chaso and Chorus
"Whlstlo and I'll Walt for You"
,.....,,.,.. Vllma Stcch mid Chorus
.....Carlton Chaso and Olga Stcch
"nomorso" rllarry Sluart
"Sho Borrowed My Only Husband"
"You'll Comd Hack" ..Harris McOuIro
"Lonora'' Maud Rockwell
"Pansy's Mean Thoughts" s01ga 8tcch
"Follow tho Slan from Cook's"
Sextette . . . , .,.....
Ellso Schuyler, orga' Btocti, Carl
ton Chase, Laurel Atkins Harry
Oarrlty, Harris McQulre.
During tho performance Miss Ethel
Cahfl'ol'd will render "LlbENDE," by
,E-y III'LE AT THE PAKIC.
The management ot tho Park has
finally como to u realization that n
chango in the nrrangoment la neces
sary to nccommodato tho patrons of
that most popular amusement garden.
A rulo that will go In forco on Satur
day nights, and which should bo en
forced every night, provides that the
first show will begin at half-past' six1,
and an extra picture, "Fishing Indus
try In Massachusetts," will bo shown
In addition to tho rgular program, and
not again. When the houso Is full
the gato will be closed and no more;
persons admitted until tho perform
ance ends nt seven-fifty. Tb6n the
bouse will bo emptied and the pro1
gram, with tho oxe'eptio'n of the fishing
picture, will bo repeated for tho show
which begins at 8 o'clock. This will
afford afl opportunity for tho'so comj
Ing late to get scats. The demand for
standing room has been so great dur
ing the." cnEicom'en of (ho Crotfons
and tho other Park artists that In ord
er to give every one a chanco radical
methods have to' be adopted.
THE CillCUS IX -TOWN'.
The' Princess Rink maintains Its'
distinction us a place '6f popular re
sort", and tho reason for this Is to' 16
fduriil In the excellent programs tha(
aro nightly submitted, Tho Itctns' are
bright uhd sparkling arid Judiciously
virle'd, so tba't' ttiero Is no monotony,
Tbd chief attraction this1 week Is l'ror
feasor Antonio's dog, arrd monkey,
show, hut trio' result' of the- program
Is" well up t6 the avero'gc and this Is
pfaluo. Tho moving pictures, uro good
arid some new films' woro shown last
night. All of the Specialties are worth
Booing. The change of pcogram last
night drew out another large crowd.
THE EMPIRE THEATER.
Regaining wtli (he Saturday mat
inee, two clever llttlo; sfngers will
appear at this theater tho Afiae
Sisters. Carl Wallncr will make Ills'
first appearance hero this evening
Number Will lie
(Jss. H, Love)
Tomorrow nlclit them ni:i he snmn'
thing doing nt Walpahu tit keep tho
voters Ihcro from wondering 'outside
of their political fpno s, .Mayor Fern
and Link McCiin'dlcss and pdbably
n fow other Democratic leaders 'will
bo thcro to preside at a political meet
ing. This Is something unusuil, there
having been few such meetings held
there formerly. Tho Chief Exccullvo
of Honolulu, who has been establish
ing rub-prtclnct clubs In all tho small
villages on this Island will b6 tho
main speaker of tho night. Ho will
tell the Walpahuans that it is 1(1 their
Interest to reelect him to offlco.
"Let them chaso mo up," said Ma
yor Fern this morning when told of
tho number of tho Republicans who
aro trying to get Iho support of their
"Tho mnro they got In" lino and
endeavor to chaso mo out of my Joh,
tho merrier It will bo for tho peoplu
to watch 'tho outcome of (ho matter,
1 nm simply doing my best, not only
for myself; but for tho party which
I represent." said Fern.
Ills Honor said afterwards that he
had organized suh-prcclnct clubs.
throughout tho Island 'of Oahu. Ho
aid this In brder to get BOmo under
standing as to the' real strength of tho
party In thnso places. All these, sub
precinct clubs have hoadquartors In'
Walpahu'; Wnlmnlii, Alca, Kalliia, Koo
lau, and other small villages, where
tho majority of tho pcoplo mix very
lltllo In politics.
Slnco tho reiurri from WAMilngthn
ot Prlnco Ktihlo, tho Delegate, Link
McCnndloss has devoted much more
of his time' than formerly In endeavor.
Ing to assure tho Hawallans of his
fitness for '.tho position now held by
tho Prince. The Do'mocrnta aro fiiov
Ing nlontr actively all tho (lino, Tho
Homo Rulers aro simply waiting foi
their conventional date, which Is Au
Tho Honolulu and Island delegates
will convono nt, Kahllfatilaril Halt' nt
10 o'clock In li morning. Presi
dent Notlcy will unquestionably pre
sldo and there will bo speach making
boforo tho actual Issues nro brought
to 'tho attention of (ho convention,
(Continued from Pase 1) '
slnns are looking forward to their
release, hut thoy havo given no In
dication of what their plans aro to
bo when they aro released,
Tho new cottage for tho jailor and
his deputy is" completed and only tho
furniture requires to bo Installed,
rho building is a comfortnblo one,
and In It the Ja,llor and his deputy
will resldo In future
In tho grounds, oppdslio tho' cot:.
tage. a large arc light will ho In-
Htalled, and alongside of It'Wlll bo
a' flag' polo that will bo soc'n from all
over town. Tho prison grounds look
well now, and the grass lawns and
flowers havo received a lot of attcn-
tlfcnV t "'
Colonel Miles, tho high Salvation
Army officer; yh'o is, at nrtjnenf , visit
ing the Islands passed thi'cSo'gh Hoj
nOluiii yosterda'y en roufo'to Kauai.
Tho Colonel oppressed' himself as
grcaiiy pleased .with the. condition ot
tho Army work at tho different corpi
already visited, and Is looking forwarn
with considerable interest tnMho st
rfes of ,moctlngs 'ho is to" conduct In
this city. ciVmmeficIng August Cth.
Tho' Colonel la an optimist. Thcj
fact Is' "writ, ldrgo" on his' physiogno
my, his" ruddy faco, his ready Bmll6
arid tho twlriklb" in his cyos all wit
nosslng to n merry heart.' Moroovor.
ho Is a Salvationist to tho backbone!
and from tho thirty years of his Sal
vation Army experience .has. gleaned
a fun dot Incident and , llluslratjoa
which add, point and )K)lguancy to bis
ad''i'csscx. Ho will Bpoak twice In the)
churches of tills city' on Sunday, Ail
grist 7th, arid' will hold two. other scr
VIcoS In tho Army' hall' on' Klrig 'arft
Nuuanu Btroofn. which will bo opin to
tho public, hosldos sovoral BtssldnH of
councils for" oflltcrs and soldiers
THIRTY-THREtf dayn.ogo Jha Amo
rl.can barkentlne Makaw.ell sailed
from Nowcastlo,, N. tB. W.( with n
siuipment of coal dcs'tlncd for Hono
lulu. tt tt n u tt n U it :: tt n :: it'tt'n st tt tt
and sing several new snngV. Tliri
new ininH nro nil goon, nna "Tim
coolcf,'. theater In town" is Mr.
' ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAQE EfOHT. ...
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ARRIVED .1 UkHAXlfc.
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Friday. July 23.
Hongkong via Japan ports Mongo
lia, P. M, S. S., 8 a, m.
IN f-CIMfclUN fUHTl
Friday, July 29.
Yokohama Arrived July 29:
Manchuria, honco Julv 18.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd July 29: C. R. Alborger, Mrs. It, ft- Deck, M.
Schr. Muriel, for Houolpri. Castalonga, Mrs. A. 8. Celtori, Mrs.
KAANAPALt Sailed July 28! 8.' 8. F. C. Crouso, Mrs. J. d. Davidson.
Novadan for San Francisco. fMWs U Doid, FJ Drlen, A. Fanctilt,
Special Aerogram to Honolulu Ship- Mrs. H. II. Fowler, Joaoph Orondahl,
plno1 Guide. ' Capl. Hamllt6ri, H.I, lrqlann",' Wm. J.
MAHUKONA Sailed July 29i Dari1 JenklnB, Wm. H, Lawrence, U. E. Mai-
ktntlno S. 0. Wilder for San Fran-
Cisco with sugar from Hawaii Rail -
THE JAPANE8E llricr Tonyo' Maru
will arrive nt Honolulu on or about
two o'clock .tomorrow afternoon oc.
cording to the latest, wlrofcss rccclv.
cd at tho agoncy of II. Hackfcld and
Company, Tho vessel will discharge
nearly thirteen hundred tons of Orl
cntal cargo while at tho .port. The
Tetiyo will In nil probability sail for
San Frnrlclsco' about ten' o'clock on
Sunday morning. The Tcnyo will go
to tho Alnkca wharf to dltchargo.
ACCORDING to advices received
hero tho cablo supply ship FJaurcnco
Ward sailed from Midway 'Island nlno
days ago. Tho vessel Is returnlpg for
another consignment ot supplies for
the little' colony stationed In the mid
THE HAWAIIAN Fertilizer Com
pany expect a shipment of fertilizer
from European ports by tha' DrltlsK
ship Dunfrelsshlro. This vessel sail
ed' from Hamburg ninety thrco days
THE AMERICAN schooner Helcno
Is fourteen days out from Orays Har
bor wllh a full shipment of lumber
consigned to tho local agency of-Allen
FORT SHAFTER NEWS .
FIELD AND BARRACKS,
Companies E, F and O returned io
tho post yesterday after a thrcoday
practise march. 'Last Tuesday morn
ing at 10:30, tho companies fell In
on the parade grounds. Company 1"
was In the lead all the way to Pearl
City, and Company a the first com
pany In the return hlko to tho post,
Tho companies started out In the
hottest part of ttiek day, and the
hiking was very hard. Thoy made
four' stops on the way going out, ar
riving at tho camping place nt 3:15
p. m. Then they pitched shelter
tents and rested until next morn
ing, whon at 7:30 assembly was
sounded and all had to fall In. Com
panies K and' O made out for Wal.
pahu, arriving thcro at 9:30. The
men wero rested, for nn hour and
then marched back to camp, down
the railroad track, arriving hack a(
camp by Jl:50 a. m. Company P
took a trip towards Ewa and stnyed
out until 1 o'clock) First Llcuteni
ant John S, McCJeery was In coriij
manu or mo troops lor tno uireq
days. At 8:30 yosterday morning
tho General was sounded for break!
Ing camp, und at 8:45 tho compunleJ
wero on tho way homo. There were
very few, men who fell out. It was
expected that over, half would fall
by the waysldo. Tho following moij
from tho, thrco companies wero ex
cusod from "10 .practise mareht
Quartcrmastor-Sergt. March ot Com
pany 0, Corp. James Reed ot Com
pany E, Corp. George Smith of Com!
Lpnny F, Privates Herd and Paul o
Company 'G, nnd Prvt, Dunlap o
Company II expects' (q make Its
trip In seven dayB., The men w(l
take one of .tho hardest trips thai
has cvor been taken on this Island.
Tho post gymnasium was pretty
w.ell filled up yeatcrday afternoon by
tho boys of the battalion and a fow
from-town. Pat Cornyn has boeri
training In the post gymnasium for
tome time. .Dick Sullivan, had the
gloves on with cornyn for two ex
cltlngrounda'.. . - -
Three ot tho Chinese who were ap
prehended In connection with the a!
leged murder anil attempted cremaf
Ing of' a Chinaman at Kahuku, have
tioen released by the Sheriff. In the
opinion of Deputy County Attorney
Mllverton, there was not sufllclent ev
idence to hold any of them on u mur
Two1 men have, however, been held
for further Investigation,, and they
will be examlnfcd tomorrow morning,
Tho nicnwho were released ull sug
gustcd that trio' deceased had commit
ted suicide, by. slatting. This. In tile
oplnlon-nf tho pollre, might bo so, but
mere nm iioveral features of the pnse
that mako It Imprnhablo that Chung
Kauai ports W. 0, ' Hall,- stfnf:, 5
P. M. 8, S. Morigfalla from
Hongkong 'via Japan portsi-For Hoiio-
lulu: Mrs., Alia C. Ualdwin, H. orea.
loy, Jrs. U C. Mendel. Dt Mlc.r, Msb
! L. White, J,. 8. MacNIder, Mrs. A. N.
McLean. Ivan C. Mclndeo, Miss J.. A.
Plctcrs, J. II, Scott, U. Scharfcnbcrc.
Miss Altco Sharpies, Mrs". Edith M.
Slclnm'ctz, H. II. Throop, it. 8. Welsh,
n. f; Catlct't, Miss Jcnnld Mofntosh,
San Francisco: Mr. J. N.. Anderson,
Philip Hlckcl, F.' 8. Chapman Master
Marcus Colton, R. C. Crouse, Wm.
Clifton Dodd, Miss A. V. Denlcn, A.
8. Duckworth, Fong Park, Mrs. D.
Fox, W, ri. Glass, Lady Orlzol Hamil
ton" and hiafd, J. Jabucna. Mrs. Wm.
J. Jenkins and child, Mrs. I. Lord, Rov
Fr. F, Martin, Miss Zeta Jlcndcl C.
Mollcr and servant, Arthur Nurdz,
Wm. J. McKee, Wm. Indco. Wm. V.
Noeson, J. It. Scott. E. W. 8hrole,
8. E. Stephens, Mastor Harry Stein
mcl'x, W. J. O. Vcedcr, Mrs. hit Zarit',.
Mrs; D. F. Callctt and child, Miss
G. B. Rarnard, "K-'Dcrristelii, Wm. J.
Cfjrirhy, F. C. CroMSO. P.' D. Crouse,
Mrs. Wm. Clifton Dodd, Wm. J. Die
Jtlrisbn. E. M. Elam, H. R. Fowler,
M'rs. T. A. Frascr, Mrs. W. D. Olasi
arid. 3 child. F. 8. Henry, Mrs. War
ren 'Jennings, J. P. Lowrlo. Mrs. . L.
Lu'ckcf, Dr. L: C. Mcridc), Jai. 8. Mil
ler, Mrs. O'. Miller, .Mrs". Arthur Murds,
Mrs. Wm. McKee ond child, Mrs. W.
Indre. Miss 8arah C. Pnrke,k Mrs. E.
Strong, Lewis D. 8cott, Mrs. E, W.
Sharpies, Mrs., 8. E. Stephens,. W. A.
Tenor, fit, !. J. Walker and ama)i.
Per stmr. Claudlno. for Maul and
Hawnllports. July 29. Mrs.. Dr." Ray
mond, Miss V. Ma'k'co,, Miss II, Lucas,
C. E. Bhor't', Miss E., Kinney.- El E.
Ilatcll6, Father Francis.
Per ft. N. 8. 8. Lurllno' for" Ban.
Francisco, Aug. 9. Mra. G. P. Tul
loch, Miss M. Tullocb; A. D. Daldwln,
Mrs. Baldwin, Miss Ethel E:Cox, Mlsx
Ii: Horiry. W. T. Carderi, J. J.. Car
den Jr., Mr. PrlmeVMIks Prime, Mrs.
Geo, Ar Martin, Miss E. Mack; Mrs.
M. 8. Mack, R. He'tfnann. M. C. Har
rison, Miss I. Curtis, Miss Ella Mo
loney, M. Fagan, Mrs. Fogan, J. R.
Douglas, A. Parish, II, Parish, L. A.
C, Parish, Mra", JjarhW- Miss NoJIlo
Crane. jilss,T. Cattily." " .
Malls 'are .nri'iTist Ilonoluln ttom
points as follows:
San Franclsco-;Per- Aa'a, Aug. 2,
Colonel's Per z'ealah'dla, Aug.' 10.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, July" 28.
Vancouvor Per Ma'kura", Aug.", 19.
( Malls will depart tor the' follriwlrii
points' as follows:
8an Francisco Mongolia, July 29.
Vancouvor Per Z6alandla, Aug. 10.
Yokohama Pt)r, Asia, Aii. ,2.
(Jplonlps Per Makura, Aug.' 19.
Dlx, from Seattle for Hon,
Logap from Manila 'July it. iDue Ho
nolulu, Aug. 3.
Sheridan, 'arrived at San Francisco,
Sherman, for, Manila sailed from Hon.
. July. 11.
V.-W . . TT-. P
' AMONG THE windjammorB making
rather long passages' to Honolulu
from European lorts la tho Danish
bark Denmark which" vessel. 1b report
ed ono hundred and thirty days from
thu port of LeIUi. 'The -vessel Is un
derstood as bringing fertilizer to .the"'
order of tho Hawaiian Fertilizer Com
pany, ,( .,
THE UNITED States array trails
port" Logan with officers,, chllstod
men and casuals for tho homeland, is
out fourteen day's from .Manila. Tho
vessel Is duo to arrive b.6'ra on' or
abom August S,rd,, Tho tropyp'shJr'v.;hl
ue given a prompt uispatcn lor sun
- 'S 1
THE NORWEOIAN ship , Lady .Eli
zabeth from Dr.cmerhaven destined' for
Honolulu Is out, ono hundred and for
ty five days! from tho Oerman port.
Tho vcssol is bringing general. cargo
to tho agency of II. Hackfeld and
Company and should arrive here ut
THE, PACIFIC Mall stoamor Mongo
lia taking a number of saloon passen
gers' from Honolulu will bo dlepatohed
for Sm Francisco at .ten, o'clock, to
morrow morning. Tho vessel Is- dis
charging eloven .hundred tons of. gen
eral cargo' at Alalia street wharf. .
4 I ' ., ,
THE ONLY 'freight stoamor -thus
far'reported "as having loft -Newport
News, with coal derttned for Honolulu
naval .Btatlftni is ;th'o Ilrltlah stenn(er
Beisdou, This vcasol la now. nut
twcntynlno days from th6 Atlantic