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From San Francisco:
Tqiio Mnru August 22
For Snn Francisco:
Nippon Mnru August 19
Makura .. .August 19
Mnrmha. September 1.1
Some lore their nerve, but those
who do stick, win out, becnute good
advertising in n good newspipcr ii
bound to Irng lcsults.
Has helped to make many Honolulu merchants successful ,
ESTABLISHED 1882. KO. 4700.
10 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, AUQUST 18, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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MONGOLIA'S GREAT BAND OF TOURISTS
Mongolia Brings Many From
. Southern California On
Ono hundred nml eighteen people,
drawn mainly from the l'.iclllo Slope,
Imt a number coiiiImk from t lie Mid
dle nml Kastern States, aru viewing
the beauties of Honolulu ami vi
They are hcio tinder the illicrtlim
of W. M. Milne, representing the Iais
The party Is on a round trip tour assured.
to thu Orient. They will bu gnno Purser I.udvlgron of the Mongn
about (evenly dns. mid It Is tho pros- lla wan up In IiIk nead ami shoiil
cnt Intention fur them to remain iters In work tlilH morning an thu
with the palltlal I'.ilIIIo Mall liner Mongolia steamed thiougli thu chmi
Mongolia nml return to tho (loldon ' (Continued on Page 3)
:, GOULD LINE
Traffic Agreement With
Pacific Mail May ,
A move that may prove of vital Im
portance to Hawaiian business In
terests Is now Biiiit to have been made
wheieby the Toyo Khun Kdinlia, the
Japanese lino which bus lieon nporiit
cil Jii connection with tho Southern
I'ac'lllc Hlnco IKSS, Iiiih transferred 'Ita
business to tho tiould linen, The
change camo nH a result of tho visit
In Now Voik city of Director Slilriishl
of tho Jap.incso lliu. Thu agreement
with tho llarrlman linos waa that the
freight olllclalu thuio and In Ban
Kranclsco iilioulil net as ropresonlu
tles of thu Japanese concern Onu
of tho Toyq KIhcii Kiilshu ships wuh
to run eoery three weeks, alternating
with one. of I ho I'acllle Mull steam
ships nml nun of thu Oriental and Oc
The details of tho nuw arrangement
worn not learned and nothing beyond
thn cnnll! mation of thu report could
bo had nl thn olllcos of tho Could
lines. It Is u ml erst nod, however, thai
thn I landman InteruHlH did not make
extreme effoits to lotuln this busl
iiosk, us Its ultimo ot freight W not
great and a part of It will n.iturall
come in them anyway. Tim now
sgreemctit Is lo go Into effect on tho
flrot of next year.
That this change poi tends a can
cellation of the oxlstlng agreement
betwe-n the Jnpniiosu) lino and tho I'a
riiile Mall Is bolluU'd iiosslbln.
Thn Hory that has reached Ilium-
I'llii thrntirth tho Mnugollii mall H not
substantiated at Sun Kriinclseu It be
ing claimed (hero that nothing If
known concerning u now iilllanco bu
twoen the T. K. K. nml tho (lould lino.
Liter, when General Manager
Uchwnrln of tho l'licllle Mall Com
pany passed through and announced
the Intention of his company to build
two new mammoth liners, tl was un
dorstooit that thoy would take tho
place of the stenmships of the Jap
anese linn In casn they went over to
tho Western Pacific, but tho dispatch
toui fj'ew Vork contains tho llrst n.'h
clal confirmation of Ujo now ileal,
which will .result In two competing
lines of steamships sailing from this
port to the Orient.
Maria (iomoi has b"cn nixilntoil
guardian of her two wins Vlncente
anil Manuel (iiiui'z. Her iiccounts In
charge of tho estate of her husband
hawi been allow (hi and tho ostat" has
Tho cdiulldalo who throws mud Is
less apt lo ln thn n ono wliu come
down ttllh tlio "clusl."
West liy that vessel.
The excursionists do not hesltato
In declaring Dial tlipy aru having
the time of their lives. They enmu
mainly from the business and pin
fesslulinl class. All nut lililit I full v
supplied with gend Did (id n of the
realm and do not appear at nil kIij
In purling with thu no nniulntcd
wealth vhoneer a fair inn for It Is
Held Not Responsible
As a plrnsniit biiriirlsu to a large
number nl friends. Captain l. I Kilt
was round on thu bridge of the big
I'.icltle Mall Mil' r Mongolia earl this
morning as llie essel upioureil off thu
iiiiiraiitlno mid it Is Intimated that
Kilt will bu letained in thu survlru
of thai company despite the fact that
he was III command of that liner when
shu went asliuiu III Shliiiodzti liarlKir
Notwithstanding Hint Is has been
pnillholy nssuiteil that tho "iiuwrltteu
law" In P.irille Mall ciicloa does not
permit thu ic'fi'iitlnn of an ciuplnyiu
who has illi cclly or indirectly been
lesponslblo for loss or dalnagu to pm
peily, it would nn that Captain Kill
may afford nl least onu cxcptloii to
the i ulu.
Upon tb" completion of thu uxamlii
illon mailo of thu Muiigulla while at
Han I'lauelsco, tho corps of United
Slates Insiiocturs died a report In
which It Is stated they did not attach
any icsKslblllty to Captain Kltt for
tho stranding of thu Mongolia. BALLINQER IN SAN FRANCISCO.
At any rato tho sklppur Is maklngj SAN FRANCISC0, Aug. 18.
another ongo to tho Orient I ".Secretary Baltingcr was today the
vessel will proceed as far as Manila t of ho))or ftt hmchcon ivcn
on thu piexent trip as shu s well . th ohamlCT of Commcrcc
I ... lull It it llitlilllnlll II T Dtl lltvl llU rill 1
iiiituii nil ii mi i 'IM 1'iu niii 'i !
Ilia tliilted Slates gmorniucut. snim
of which goes to tlio quartermaster
ilcpaitiwut while tho remainder uio
supplies for Cuvllo naval slatlon.
Captain Kilt "III know dcllulloly
(oncoming his future status with thn
I'licldc Mall Company iikiii tho return
of Vlcu-I'rnslilent ami fieneral Mining
cr Schwiiin, who is pnw touring thu
I'ar Kast on n business mission. i
Captain Morton tho former lMeiflc
Mall skipper has been granted u vac
lion covering u perlud of two round
trips of his vessel. I
Tho Mongolia was along sldo .tlio (
Alakea wnnrf by half past eight
o'clock. Tho tilp. down from Han
Kranclscn wna much uijoyuil by near-
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Wo all havn our good polns
so has u paper of pins.
Many ii woman's second
mourns thn demise of her llrst.
It's pretty tough on thn oldest In
habitant If tho good illo young.
When some nomen feol tho need
ot physical oxcrclso thoy go shopping.
A woman adds n postscript to her
letter In order to get In tho lusl word.
The expert nccouiiiaiit who Is railed
In to balaucu u set of bnoUs never llg
ores mi having a stonily Job.
LONGWORTH DUMPS CANNON
AND SPEAKS FOR PRESIDENT
?-T. H. V
ftT M1H DESK
SAN FRANCISCO. Auk. 18-
Ananljsis of tho returns from thc
prmnry elections show that the in
surgent Republicans have nominated
a sufllclent number of their candi
dates to control the Legislature, if
they nro finnlly elected, This tends
to nfsure the election of Judcc Worth
as United States .Senator. V
NEW YORK, Aug. 18. A general,
advance in, the price cf lcfliicd sug
ar was made today. Hard refined
advanced ten cents a hunched and
grades one to fourteen to twenty
cents a hundred.
CHATHAM, Eng., Aug. 18,. An
necident delayed the intended flight
of Aviator Moissant on his proposed
trip to Loudon,
VIENNA. Austria. Aug. 18. The
eightieth birthday of Emperor Fran
cis Joseph was celebrated today with
great pomp and circumstance.
Mnn III, infp, Vfit(r( flV
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Tin Soon, tho nntorloui-, and Wii
Iwalolu Kaalai, lintli of whom wuro
Indicted Id tlio grand Jim jester
day nflurlioun. apie.ireil befnro.ludgo
Cooper this morning mid plcmlod
KUlHy ' the charges against iiicin
i 1111 -mhiii is up hub nine un in-
taring foigud writing and was son
tonced to eighteen months' ImprlFon.
muni, which will go iiiln cltoct when
ho has boned tho present sentences
hanging iner his head mid which
total about ten cars.
Kaafal Is charged with assault
-with Intent to commit murder, nml
,, ), pleaded guilty ho was given
mnten'o ut not lcs thiiu tun years
nt' hard, labor.
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(Seelal Ilullutlli Wireless)
M WAII.IJKl'. Maul. Aug IK. - f.
It W'.i.-rd.i li.iseball pl.i.iurs won u tt
Jt slgitl vlilorv nier thn All Maul tt
tt train lit Kahu'.iil on Voducsda . St
tt Tho score was nlno to nothing ttj
St In favor of Was da. A largo It
tt croud rhccicd Ibo visitors nml tt
St urged the local hou to do their SS
tl utmost. St
" A L-iiue between tlio same leaiiis SS
'It will bu pl.oed this aflcriioon at SS
SS Will.. Park Wiiiluku. SS
tt SS SS SS It tl It tl It 11 tt SS SS SS SS SS SS
Runaway Mule Causes
Kilwaul llaluakala Is In tho (luccn'x
Hospital as thu lesult of an accident
fill fllll tftll f I 1.1 -LllUlflflltlt ll (lit.'
I icn ri that micakalu wu
down thu other side of thu 1'all, when
bis iiiulo bccaino frightened ami tried
to hull down the bteup biiiIo. Thu
ilrlcr. fearing that thu wagon would
go over tho clllf. forn1 tho iiiulo to
run Into tin wall of rock on Iho saro
bldo Tho sliock throw llalunkala out
01 tlio wagon and llie vehicle passed
oier Ids li'idy. Injuring nm cnesi ami
breaking a couple of ribs.
The liijuieil mail was mailo as com-
forlnlilo as piisslhlo in a cullagn al
the fisit of thn I'all and. Mayor Kern,
who happened along III un automobile,
saw thai Ilaleakalu was iiiiido easy.
Tle imiMir iheu Inrormed Iho Kano -
oho polleo of lliu iiiJttnr, and aihlsed
iliat a telephnno messago bu sent to
Honolulu for lliu police patrol wilgon
Tliinugh sonio mlsiiiiderslaiiilliig this
nus nut douu, mid a mounted police
nllltor wont fioni Kiitioho to tho
plnco, whuio tho Injured man was
When Kern rutin ned nlong thu road
hu was surprised to find ll.itujkula
In tho samo place as he had seen him
EOliie liouis before Jo loleplione
message had been sent, nml llie man
had laid nil dav In iho samo position '
Tim Honolulu imiIIcii wmo untitled at
unci) and. the now II I' I), autoniubllo
went out juid brought tho Injured man
to the hospital whcie he Is at prusert
LIVINGSTONE. Rhodesia. Aug.
18. Amst defeated Barry today in
the race for he sculling champion
8j,i, 0f the world,
BEVERLY. Mass.. Auc. 18.
Congressman Nicholas Long-worth of
Ohio made n scnsat'onal statement
here today that is believed to be the
signal of President Taft's open op.'
position to Speaker Cannon. n
.Mr. Lonprworth, Bftr , a confer'
n, mir,a comer-
ence with the President
in which he declares that he will
never again support Sneaker Can
non. He further says that he will
onpo;e the reelection of Speaker
I Tlii inm.'Tii fri ma man ivhn lin
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been one of Cannon's staunchest,
rronounccd type, is believed to be
Ihc orcnfnc cun of a war on Can-,
non that is to be made by the ad
DANVILLF 111.. Aur. 18. Speak-
cr tannon. when shown the dispatch
Cannon, when shown the dlspatcr
from Beverly today, seemed undii'
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turned, llie bpcaKer stated that
turned. The Speaker stated that
would be time enough for him to ai
swer when the President makes
wumu in. iiiiiL uiuii),u iur nun jo
svver wncn the msident makes a
.statement rcpudiatinp; the Sneaker.
I over his own hand.
Order To Show Cause
Brings Out Some
One hundred and fifty dollars a
nion'li lempiirary iillmony, counsel
fees of Slou and rourt costs of 3
were awarded In thu older In show
cause nf Norgaaril dhorco casu this
It was agreed befnru thu huarlng
started mat the details of tho caso
would bu left for tho trial or thu libel
In which Mrs. Nnigaaul makes such
seiisntlon.il charges, hut thuro wcro
onls (Implied hem and lliuru during
the testimony of both Mrs. Norgaard
and tho Doctor nu thn stand which
gam ovldenco nf underlying sensu
lions which will bu sprung later.
Mis. N'nrga.ird tcstllled that sliu had
had nu decent clothing for four years,
slncu shu had b-cn In llimnlulii, nml
shu was so shabby that sho
could not recclio her friends or go
out In "ordinary isillto society." Ilei
health, sho said depended much on
her temperament, ami that was ol
dcnlly nu unknown qiiantlt'.
Mrs. Norgaard Is staying at Voting
Hotel nml paying V monthly for
her room, for herself and son. Hho
testified tliat tlio buy .who was In
eourl on crutches, had had no new
doilies for so nu time, and that ho
'ihuiild bo under medical treatment.
s,0 mci u burso and carrlngo given
lur mi inlor her husliund had taken
n IlWny. It was needod to take tho
iy tl, Mhl f,,,m KChont as ho could
ncit Kcl aIi,i, (1tT strct cars.
I er credit was no grsid and she
ull .,.n refiiKcd in Hovornl stores
i iiomdnlu because credit which had
formerly been txlciided had not been
kl.t.,i for piomptly by hnr husbainl
(m cr,,hH (ixamlnailou liy Diuthltt
jr!l Norgaaril admitted having
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uthol Canlleld. tho famous vlo-,
1 1 tt vlituoso. aicumpanlod by rror.
Andeiron of Nw York, will enior
tallf thn dluors at the Alnxnndor
Young Cafe on Monday. Wednesday,
l-'rldny and Saturday nights.
Tuesdav mid Thursday iiIbIiIb she
will be heanl at tlm Young Hotel
iiliiiug-rouiu, on iiiu sixiii uuiii, uii.i
nl tho:,Mnap,i Hotid on Sunday night.
Back Up Charges Before ;
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l't'i""'"l8 f M'"1"- V"'iw.
opi'c'l l tlio ilnmlnatlnti of Ixirrln
Andrews, mo preparing lo utter
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uiilii-d protest lo Ills lotiiinumice in
o 111 ce as mi emplojo of tho p.irt. at
the special meeting of thu Terrlln-'
rial Central Comiulttco to couwnu
Tlio train of evils that will fol-
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III.. Ill IIIV 11.1111 111 lll.IIIVI.in l.ll.l
tll0 K,,ncral cniBnBt.r,B r ,10 weI.
rnru ,,r tl, 'mrl' wln ,l0 ',,"",l'
.tnt(Ml )r t10 niembers of the Tcr
'turul Central Committee ilenlrc fur-
tner Kllt ,m llie ,u0JecU Tll0
"Shooting llsh" has sometimes been
classed as a dllllcuU undertaking hut
It now .les with John and Will Young,
the I'.i'iihmcu and Justly famous
shulk huuteis to Introduce a new form
of sport for Honolulu.
Klylng llsh nro n'cr more plenil
fill than In thu, waters ail.icnt lo
Honolulu. Tho Young lumbers nbw
iiroimso tn gn after the winged fish
ami their hunting trips are uxpected to
be piollllc III both plcniuiu as well as
Tho Ash are said In coiuu lo tin
Mirfiico of Iho waters Juit outside thu
harlsir limits In large numbers dur
ing thu caily hours of tho priming
Young brothers hao suvei.il gnod
fclrud and well vipilpp d Hunches al
their cnmmaiid. To Iho spottMii.in
whi' essays a hitherto untiled "game
preserve" tho fleet of Youug biothers
Is at their illsKisal.
Tho matter has been under consid
eration Ihrniigh tho loirtl. prnni'itloti
conunltlee and tho Young brothers for
somo time. The Hying fish Is exceed
ingly gniney and whe.i skipping nut
or tho water nml on the win . he Is
n mighty lively creiluro So-iip of
tho llsh seen In then waters aru or
largo slro Natlvo aid .lapaiP'st fli-h
ernien nro bringing Ihem Into Iho
markots each day by iho basketful
They find a ready sale.
Tho iroiislllon which Messrs.
Young have submitted l-i the ronald
oral Ion nt tho promotion citiiuilttec
Is to hao ii launch placn.) at the scr
vlco of such tourists us am cqnllrnied
nlmrnds. Tho oxp-illlluns would bo
conducted along thn samo llii-s as
tho deep sea (Willis excursions thai
aru so niiich hernhled nlong tho coast
of Southern California
In tlmo It Is prc"rn. that ftjlng
llsh shooting Is desilnCd m Mcnmi'
as famous ns well oclllng sisirt as
Is iho "big fish" killing nt Catallur
nml Santa llnrbara
IrroCAIITTI! Vranrc All! 18.
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The statute of Gcrgc wasningfon
nrcsented to France bv the Mate 01
Virginia was unveiled here today
with fitting ceremony.
Tho cnnipnlgn npalnsi the hoiisey
Is still un, ceu It thn housn Jly duos
not know It. St. I'uul DllMlli, . ,
Be Ready. To
t It into of the leading Republicans ot
Maiioa has nlic.idy been carefully
nxplalneil In tho (Otiiinltleo members.
however, mid llicy are fully cognlz-
llnl ()f tl0 nplnloiis that nro held
by thn Manna Republic. itm as to tho
effect that Andiews will huio upon
tho Itcpiiblleau party.
"Tlio oppcKltlou to Andrews will
miMt aisiireillv continue, cnii In th
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V.VIIl 111 11111 11-11 LO .11 V.l-lllllll V.1IIII-
Mllttep fInK ,,, lilko nct,oll Ilt ,,0
'"eetlng tomorrow." s.Ud u lea.llnB
llepubllcan of tho Muno.i precinct
iu. moriiliig Wo do not propose.
(Continued nn Pae-e 2
Several Are Groomed
For Coming .. 1
Thcrn In much glooming of pos
sible winners In the next legislation
race al tho Democratic paddock th'eta
Whuncwr two or morn of thn
"great iinlerrlllrd" aru found gath
eicd together ut u downtown oticot.
coiner, thu chief topic of convorM
lion uiivnrlably drlfta towards tho
Liisldcrntton of a bunch of eligible
for mn.itorltil hnuure, pneslble meni
licis for thu llouro or randld.iteii for
major mid city mid county uipor
vlsnrs. ;.u .. ............ ....,..... 31
ot-ii.iiiir i. iiiiiit-H ili. .iiiu a irriu .
nf olllre cxplics this year, ami when
ho Iiiih been p,isei thruiigh tlio m
'milling' nf thn convention le stand's M
I ..1 r ll 1. 1 . S
t moon Biiini ill cut- i-ciiiiif; llllllKUII. B
war tho ttatcmetit lomlng fioni one 'M
lirumlnciit Ileniocratlc worker this
"MiCurtli) has "" soidracil
himself from his husliiest Interests,
nml wn hiivo tjio assuraiH'o tllat'ho.
will maku n wnnn fight, tor a return
trip to the upper house,' , ft
"Then theio is J. I.. Coke, the
luwci, woo in in iiiu, iiii.iiiu (it ma n
menus, ciihe is one 01 ine iiamei
that Is almost certain tn go befoie 0
tho (oinentlon on tho lenatorlat
"Ho is igi Klk mid,khc8ldcA,,U af
llliated with other fraternal organ.
lr.utloiiB. Shuiibl his iiiimo bo found
on the ticket, Cuko can bo re
lied upon lo develop comlilornbls ,
"J. S. Kalaklcla Is another time
tried follower nf Jelfersonl.in prlnsl
ie;,H who has been more or less fro
fliiontly meiitlunnil In Iiemocrntle
counrils ihpfo days at possible tlnV .
her fr thn tlrkot ' ;
Al might add that Dr. J II. Ray-1
inond has bcon tho central figure In
several conferclicps among party
endnrr. Or itntmoml lux been in
dutntl to cnnfldT the advlKiblllty of,1
making a run for Senator.
"Thn I'lflh District tins been
prnltv wnll catnafsed for ollglblca!!i
for thn House. Thus far wo hava
prevailed upon four Demo rats to "j
permit of theli nams being enrolled
as ciindldates who nro to conm lny.
foio the (onicnilnn. or tills num..
her nro Daniel Kumaliu, Kdward
frnntimird n Paue 2.Y
Mtirilimn Is Indeed n fiilliirp.irwhfn
oV( grows cum ochhc uio unuo geii