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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1912.
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By GEORGE FITCH
2 j a
beef and n lax on Halt, wo begin to
reallro what Is tho matter with tho
rrencli census returns, Wagner re
mained In Paris twenty jears, writing
operas, each one of which demanded
more muscle on the part of the kottlo
drums. In 1872, he returned to (lor
many and spent the rest of his life at
l!e)rcuth,'whcro he built his own
theatre nn Idea which has slnco been
copied by Mnxlno Elliott. Oeorgo Co
han, nnd other great artists, 1
Wagner's music was not understood
while ho lived nnd mnny people were
severely Jarred while Irving in follow
the melody which wandered in among
J fZL ii.
Hegnrdlug Wagner, America Is di
vided Into two classeH thoso who
ndmlre him for his harmonic original
ity and those who worship him for his
1 omc runs.
It will bo n great shock to many of
the lntter class to learn that there are
two Immortal Wagners mid that we
propose to tell of Illchnrd and not of
Wllhelm Hlchard Wngncr was born
In Lclpsle, May 22, 1S13, ami wns
1 bout 102 per tent Ceimnu In family
nnd feeling. It broke out In him ear
ly In llfo In the shape of no overture
which he produced it! the age of 12.
At 21 he wns conducting a forty-llddtc-
povvor orchestra and wns writing
scores which caused the oldest and
most experienced llute-phicrs to Iny
down their vunpoiis and exclaim:
"Oonnerwetter nnd blltzcn, wns Is los
In a few jears more Wagner was
so far ndvanecd In music that be did
not express merely love nnd sorrow
In notes, but set mythology. Jealousy,
spring fecr. growing grass and brain
storms to music. Ills llrst great work
was Innnhnuser, nnd after It was pro'
duccd the nudleneo sat, dnzed and sol
emn for some time, picking strnngo
harmonies out of their enrs nnd ex
nmlnlng them with much doubt. Wag
ner was 1111 Insurgent In music, poli
ties, love and poetry, and after he bad
Infill lated all tho musical standpatters
by writing pieces which made the countless modulations nnd crescendos
most celebrated prima dolman stand. Ills music consists of a theme ludetl
around nnd help out tho bull fiddles nltely repeated for four hours by one
In the orchestral score, he Insurged to 110 musicians armed with well-
ngnlnst the government nnd wns eject-, known Instruments nnd some which
ed finni Germany with great empha- Wagner Invented to tnke up the slack
sis in 1848. In the disturbance. Ills music Is nil
For many enrs nfterwnrd Wegncr acquired taste, but millions 6f people
lived In Purls and produced his great nre steadily acquiring It at from $2 to
operas for tho French, who cheerfully JS n sent nnd In Germany It Is n na
got up riot nfter riot In opposition to tlonal dissipation It can he fed to n
the diminished seventh nnd other inn well built pianola with muih success,
slcnl heresies. When we realize how nnd some of our most promising
llenely patriotic tho rrencli nro re- 01)mplc athletes train during the
Mirdlug musical styles and how pa winter on "Tannhnuseh's" overture
llcnlly they bear up under CO-eent for the 8S-noto foot power plner
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FRESH AIR is the most important food for the baby in the
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as possible. It is necessary to have a suitable GO-CART or
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Other makes of Collapsible Carts as cheap as $6.75
Pullman Runabouts and Sleepers for those who
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tionally large assortment of the large, roomy car
riages, They come with reed bodies, in oak, dark
blue, French grey, upholstered in corduroy and
leather cloth. The prices from $18,00 to $30,00.
No. 267 Pullman Sleeper like cut.
Sales Hctween Hoards: 100 liwa.
X2l; T, Walalua, ISO; fi Walalua, 130;
10 Oahu, 2S'4; X Onomea. r.3 . .
Session Sales JG00O Olna (is. 57V4:
If, Una, 'i2; 10 Uwa, a2-7i ; ir. i:wn.
32?! ; 1 Kwa, 32 ; 10 Oahu. 2SU; 20
Oahu, 2S",i; 10H Mtllrde, 9V4J r,0 Me
Ilrjde, 8Vil 10 Mcllrjde, !l4.
Latest sugar quotation! 3.98 cants,
or $70.60 per ton.
96 King Street
$ 350 I.ot EOxlOO, Krklo Tract, near
$1500 About 10 acres at Knllhl Val
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$ 450 Lot near KlnK Ht nnd Kulllil
wutna School; SOxlOO Cay
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P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Watty Dulldlng 74 S. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, IN8URANCE,
ma WATERHOUSt TRUST U
Members Honolulu Stock and llund
VOUT AMI MtltOIIAAT STHEETS
HARRY ARMITAGE.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
O. A. WALKER General Partner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
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Cable and Wireless Address
nil of tho Indiana delcRatloii, Kites
him 2Sf delegates upon tho temporary
roll to dale.
All of tho California delegates wero
nt onco placed upon tho temporary
loll, except those from tlie Second Ills
Humors that If defeated former
President Hooseelt Intends to bolt
tho contention and possibly run upon
an Independent ticket wero emphati
cally denied by leading members of
the Ilo-.ign Itlder's faction hero last
night. They dec lated that tho report
was circulated to damage the Colonel
lioth Senator Cummins nnd Senator
La Kolletto opened headquarters here
last night Md at once began to get
down to hard work. Congressman
Kenyan nf Iowa raised tho standnrd
I of Senator Cummins for President
lie s:is n thousand boosters for Cum
mins aro coining to the convention I
Cowrnor Johnson of California Is
CAmoclitM Itcm Cshlr.)
SIIATTLi:, Wash, Juno 11. Fright
ful details of tho effects of the erui-
tlon of tho voUnno in the Aleutian coming l.'nnt In response u hurry-up
mngo luuo reached here. According call of tho Hoosevelt men.
to these dispatches tho Kodlnk Island-
crs aro bollecd to bo safe, although IDflM Rill P TO RRFAK IIP
the destruction from tho outbreak on,100'11 "u!r '" ?,,,, r.,T1.t
the Aleutian Peninsula is reported to rLU I A I oAIl UUbIM I IIM
hate been widespread. Two hundred SAN Ql'KNTIN, Cal., Juno 11. l'ol
Inhabitants of tillages are bellcted following an Imcstlgn'lnn und trial by
bato perished In tho eruption. I penllelitlnr) and Statu olllcials tho
In all, sas tho adtlces, soen vll- ringleader In tho blood convict up
luges on tho peninsula were complete- ilslug here of hist week has been sen
ly burled under tho ruin of falling nsh-'tenied to spend tho remainder of his
cs nnd mud mixed with sulphuric ncld'ife-tet m In Jail In solitary tonllnc
which has killed vegetation for scores inent jind until his death will now
of miles. There wero many strange meet no other persons besides bis
trcaks of the ashes nnd mud ruin. In guards.
plnces it fell In a pcifect deluge. At Ills accomplices, to the number of
others not fnr lemotcd It hnrdl) ' Iwentj-four, received milder sentences
touched nnd still others completely ranging from thrcu to sl months In
surrounded, lime escnped untouched., tnlltnr) conuiiemcut, tho prison au
One of the most horrible features of j tborltles being determined to furnish
tho eruption was tho fact that mucli , it severe cxamplo to any convict Con
or the mud, charged with acid, burned i i-plrntnrs In tho future
frightfully whenever it fell upon (ix- Lays Outbreak to Humanitarians,
posed llesb, tho ncld slowly eating ln-1 SAN QHKNTIN, Cal., Juno 11 -Tho
to the body, and In many cases totally, situation at tho Slato prison hero Is
destroying tho remains at the volcn- proving of moro serious character
no's victims. , than nt first expected. Tho gunrds
Dispatches from Jimcn.il announced and authorities aro afraid to turn tho
tonight thnt the Governor of the Ter- prlsoncis loose In the Jute mill and
rllory has appealed to tho United as u result that part of the prison
disturbed and for a time Interrupted
by 'be attacks of tho striking waiters
upon tho nonunion men who wero en-,
gaged In serving tho banquet.
Riotous scenes followed and tho po
lice reserves hud to bo called out be
fore quiet wns restored. Several wag
onloads of prisoners wero tnkeu to tho
Many of tho most prominent men In
tliu ell' weio present at the banquet
Lieutenant Lelghton W Ilnzclhurst,
17th I'lilttfd States Infantry, and a.
companion were killed here tonight. I
Lieutenant llazclhurst has been par-j
iitil'aiiiih i,i inn nuin ui iiiu 111117
ncronnutlcal school, now engaged In
testing aeroplano radio-telegraph
equipment and was prominent In the
experiments largely carried on In Hup
He on tho roof of a 10-story hotel Tho
nlr-mochliifl was piloted by an ama
teur named Chrlstoffcrscn, the feat of
rising from a street nnd landing 'on
bucIi a precarious base being consid
ered n novel one In aviation
U. S. ARMY AVIATOR KILLED, i
COLLl.Oi: PARK. Mil, Juno 11
While making night tests in a Wright
biplane ns pnrt of Important experi
ments of th" Army aviation arm, 2nd
BIPLANE STARTLES PORTLAND,
PORTLAND, Ore.. June 11. Busl
ncssmen and pedestrians on the down ,
town streets of this city this after
noon were astonished by seeing n hi were In general clnrgo
plane rise from the ground, and as
cendlng In a long plane, turn and set
The-Portuguese Sunday srhool pic
nic nt the peninsula pavilion jester
day was attended by su'cn a crowd
that four largo passenger coaches'
"nu in(uunj u) la' VJ ,t K .. ill,
lake the p. oplo down and 'ne'e Tho'
outdoor sports wero grcaM) enjojed.
Hcv Mr Soares and T II It. Vlcrrn
it ii.-.i.i Hun. t.i. in mill IL
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A comfortablo renovated 4 bed room
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Members Honolulu Stock uud Uond
Sliingenwiild Illdg., 1112 Merchnnl St.
Slutes tiov eminent for assistance. Ho
requests Congress to appropriate ono
hundred thousand dollars for relief,
declaring thnt conditions in Kodluk
plant is closed.
Detulls of a liuge plot to set tiro lo
llin mill yesterday enmo lo tho ears of
Warden llnjle, who at onto took
nre terrible. In some places, ho adds,, ttcps to punish tho ringleaders It
the fall of ashes umountH to moro than was learned vcslerday that tho con
twenty feet mid tho whole section ofiviets wero pounding upon the doois
tho Territory is covered lo an average
depth of twelve Inches.
WIN ONE POINT
Hiito Ou books Jim want bound,
ruling done, or books made, send thcui
to (lie Hill let In lob printing und
of the cupboard where the kitchen
knives were kept when the guards
turned tho steam from the kitchen
llpes upon tho crowd, and drove It
back Into the mess-hnll
Warden Ilojlo declares that he now
has the situation pretty well In hand
and does not anticipate any further
trouble, lie assorts that tho cause of
, tho outbreak Is tho propaganda which
l.nd been started and maintained by
Ircinont Older nnd others fnr a new
1 parol o law, which shall mnko It easier
CHICAGO, 111., Juno ll.-Itoosovell or prisoners to secure release upon
leaders hero wero elated today when parole This agitation, ho says, has
tho result In tho contest over tho del- Btlrrod tho prisoners up to demand
egalo from tho Kloventh District of t.llsy parole laws nnd other chnnges
Kntucky was decided by tho Hopubll- 10 existing system,
can National Committee In favor of
tho Colonel. Thoy announced thut WATER8 STRIKE INCONVENIENT
hoy had completed their I'lannfor ni Nl:w V0UK N v Jtmo n Tho
huge mass meeting to bo held 1 rlday olabornto (1lmcr r1vc l0 visiting
night, ns a sort of preliminary to tho, ,erilI0ll 0lcor8 lcro ia8t ght was
leal convention. Governor Johnson of
California, Governor Htubhs of Kun
sas, rrnncls J. Honey and Judge lien.
Llndsuy, tho "children's Judge." of
Denver, will addiess tho meeting In
behalf of tho Hough Ulder.
AND JU1AI. i:STATIl
OLIVER Q. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
CIIICACIO, III. Juno 11. Ten Indi
ana delcgules, Tuft men, wero todnyl
passed on, and four delegntes at-lurgo
Iroin California nnd two each from
tho Third nnd fourth Districts of Cal ,
Ifornln Tho contest over tho Second
District was postponed until Wednes
day after u debute, tho voting being
08 to 13
As n whole, tho work of the day was,
for President Tuft. Ho has so far won
twelve of tho Ihlrt) llvo contests ho,
filed and-hls total, which now Includes
may be gained and skin
troubles overcome and
prevented, by the use o
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