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)9) U.S. WEATHER BUREAU, SEPTEMBER 21
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X min. 74; Weather, Moderate trade and fair. X
SUGAR 96 Test Centrifugals. 4.255 ants:
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Established July 2, 1856.
VOL. XXXIX., NO. 6904.
HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1904.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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ON A CAR
A Kaimuki Trolley In
Eight or ten natives made a disturb
ance on the 6:15 Waialae car yesterday
-evening because Conductor Schmidt in
sisted on one of the number paying his
fare or getting off. The fellow refused
to pay because he was "only going a
After a native from the middle of the
car went to the rear and paid the man's
fare, the ganar proceeded from tongue
abuse to hustle the conductor. Schmidt
rang to stop and Motorman Whitehead
did so and aided him in sending most of
the crowd to their seats.
Four or five of the natives after get
ting off at Moiliili village threw a tor-
Tent of foul laneuase at the conductor
and when the car had got under way
again the remaining disturbers renewed Moiliili; Saturday, Aala Park
their abusive language and as the con
ductor tried to send them inside to the
seats they assaulted him. Two or three
of them were clutching his throat at
once. An Advertiser reporter on the
car called on them to desist and warned
them of the conseouences, but it was not
until the motorman came back, swivel in
hand, that thev subsided.
Again the car proceeded and Con
ductor Schmidt ordered the leader, who
stood menacingly in front of him, to go
inside and sit down or leave the car. The
man advanced threateningly when
Schmidt's right fist in his face repelled
him. Motorman Whitehead again re
turned and the rowdy was put off.
STONED A CAR.
Car Xo. 30 of the Waikiki line was
Plans Are Discussed for
The Fourth District precinct presi
dents met last evening with the exec
utive committee of the Territorial com
mittee in the Fourth's new headquarters
and discussed a plan of campaign for
the district. The meeting also discuss
ed the speakers for the banner raising,
which is to take place 011 Friday even
ing. Lorrin Andrews will preside. The
speakers selected are A. G. M. Robert
son for the opening remarks, Kuhio, E.
F. Bishop, J. M. Dowsett, John Lane.
W. W. Harris, John A. Hughes, Carlos
Long, Frank Andrade for addresses.
The meetings arranged for next
week are as follows: Monday, Kaka
ako; Tuesday, Pauoa; Wednesday, Ma
r.oa; Thursday, Punchbowl; Friday,
NO RUBBER STAMPS
AT THIS ELECTION
Rubber stamps will not be used in
the Territorial general election for
marking ballots at the polls.
Registrar C. R. Buckland put the
question to Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson,
who yesterday afternoon replied by
wireless telegraph saying that the
stamps would not be used.
The. rubber X stamps were used in
the polling booths at the so-called coun-
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CROWNING AN ECHO OF LAST
YEAR'S TRAGEDY AT BELGRADE
ty elections. To persons used to that
passing Makee Island in Kapiolani P,ark &ort of thing the stamps came handily
at about 1005 p. m. when unknown and were regarded as a time-saving
persons threw two heavy pieces of coral convenience. Others, who had never
simultaneously into the car. Conductor j handled an implement of the kind, ern-
Kind was counting transfers in the cen- ployed them but clumsily and as a rule
ter of the car at the time and a chunk took up too much ink from the pad.
just missed his head. The coral struck pj,e result in many cases was what
oak stanchions, indenting them and printers call an "offset" when the bal-
bursting to pieces.
W. M, GRAHAM GETS
lot was folded, duplicating Xes upon
the face of the paper. Some inspectors
threw out votes on this account and
others did not.
At all events, the experiment showed
that the electorate at large was not up
to stamps. ,
BELGRADE, Sept. 21. The coronation of King Peter oc
curred here today in the presence of an. immense throng.
"VT. M. Graham will return from Chi
na, on the 7th. Mr. Graham went there
as the representative of a local syn
Iicate and with letters from and to
prominent Chinamen, with the object
of getting mining territory. He has
secured an option on. 30,000 square
mites in the Drovince bordering on
DEPART FOR COUNTRY
"Without ostentation or noise the
speechmakers to begin the Republican
Tibet, which area is ull of precious carnpaiga on Oahu departed for AVaia-
and useful metals. Mr. Graham says nae yester(jay afternoon on the 3:13
that Americans have less trouble than trairu The party, which was broughi
other people In getting
together for the first time at the de
pot, comprised Prince Kuhio, sena
torial candidates Dowsett and Lans
and representative candidates Shaw,
Mahelona and Kaleiopu, accompanied
by D. Kalauokalani Jr.
The party proceeded direct to Waia-
nae and were first entertained at the
home of "Jack" Dowsett. Tr.e speakers
will return to Honolulu to.l-.yv
The campaign began in "Jack" Tv-
sett's old home, for he maintains a
country residence there. F;r this ren-
.' Nnn Vic "Rennhlifjins have everv faith
chemical engine we ... ... , u . --t-i.- . j.. ...t.- l me the most of his time in carrvinsr on
. in Dowsett roinnjr ud an equany Digi uic innuic naycuy u;cn sianiea met " ------
was done. . 1 . .... f . . . . . an active nrnnap-nnda atramst the rulmsr
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tically and to all political purposes,
Fifth District men.
FIRE BORED A
HOLE IN FLOOR
An alarm of fire was turned in from
Box 26 at 10:45 last night. The blaze
was a diminutive one under the rear
of Rosenberg's bottle house on Queen
street opposite the Judiciary building.
The fire was extinguished by a stream
a tt or- the fir o thf firemen found a
small hole burned in the floor and un
derneath this was a gin bottle about
half full of coal oil and sacks sup
posed to have been saturated with oil.
These were turned over by Chief
Thurston to the police and Officer Re
near will investigate the case today.
Auto Hakes Sapid Ban.
nino- tn thp fact that Prince David caucus
was drawn on the jury, the auto tour of cratic committee last night was the an
Hawaii was postponed for a time and nouncement that despite the statements
MV r r W.-f-ase Deerinsr earlier In the day that Frank Harvey
went to Haleiwa on Tuesday, making would not run on the Senatorial ticket,
the run in two and cne quarter hours on the contrary he would do so. The
..! Tt,m, -crc most announcement was received with ap-
enthusiastic. reportine the roads in j plause.
v.a a:: ..,4.t- r?nct Afan- It is Inside historr that it was the
aeer Church advises us that the hotel J aire of the Inter-Island Steam Xavi
will carry gasoune m siock, so uml j ti Cornpany that, as John Lane, of
automohilists can always have their
PETER KARAGEORGEVITCH, THE NEWLY
CROWNED KING OF SERVIA.
The coronation of King Peter Kara- j Prior to the assassinations of 1903 he
gecrgevitch, of Servia, is but an echo of i resided for some time at Geneva utiiiz-
One of the principal results of the
of the Fifth District Demo-
house of Servia
King Alexander, pueen Draga, her two Peter married the eldest daughter of
brothers, and several ministers were as-j the reigning prince of Montenegro, who
sassinated in the dead of night at the
Royal Palace of Belgrade by officers ot
the Servian army. Peter was at once
proclaimed king by the assassins and
the story was current that he had had a
hand in the murderous plot, but he 'de
King Peter is a grandson of Kara
George (Black George), who in 1804
raised the first Servian insurrection
against the Turks. The king is about
fifty-five years of age and is a widow tr.
He is said to be of agreeable person
ality and has spent much of his life in
Paris, where he was a well known figure
at the clubs, races and sports.
He was educated at the St. Cyr Mili-
died. leaving him with three children, a
girl and two boys, George and Alex
ander, who were educated in Russia un
der the direction of their father's rela
tive, Alexis, who is in the Russian ser
vice and married one of the Demidoffs.
Peter is the sari of King Alexander
Karageorgevitch. who reigned over Ser
via from 1842 to 1S5S. As the widower
of the Princess Zorka of Montenegro he
is the brother-in-law of the Queen of
Italy, as well as of Grand Duchess Peter
of Russia and the Grand Duchess of
Leuchtenburg. His younger brother
Arsene married to the enormously
wealthy Aurora Demidoff and is an offi
cer of the Russian paiards, and makes
his home at St. Petersburg.
The onlv action of any note by the
; nre?nt kiiif sine he pcured the throne
tary Collese and entered the Irencn , was ai5. failure to punish the assassins
army in 1870. with the rank of captain, of the former king.
at Three Points
Change in the North.
VABSOOIATED PBI33 OALQHAK3.)
SHANGHAI, Sept. 22. The attack on Port Arthur has been
resumed at three points.
NO CHANGE IN THE NORTH.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 22. The situation at the front is un
changed. Attention has reverted to Port Arthur.
NO WARSHIPS SOLD. ; ;
BUENOS AYRES, Sept. 22. The Minister of Marine denies
that any Argentine warships have been sold to Russia.
QUEER DEMAND ON CHINA.
PEKING, Sept. 22. Minister Paul Lessar has demanded that
China purchase the Manchurian railway. '
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 21. The Grand Duke Sergius has
been appointed Inspector General of Artillery in the Russian army.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 21. General Kuropatkin reports
that the Japanese forces were repulsed at Da Pass.
General Oyama is trying to flank Kuropatkin from the East.
KUROKFS HEADQUARTERS, Sept. 21. The railroad from
Newchang to Liaoyang will soon be in operation for the transporta
tion of Japanese men and supplies.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21. One hundred and fifty marines
have been ordered to protect the Russian auxiliary cruiser Lena, dis- '
mantled at Mare Island.
STREET CAR STRIKES BOX OF
DYNAMITE AND IS BLOWN UP
MELROSE, Mass., Sept. 22. A street care struck a box of
dynamite yesterday which had fallen from a wagon and was blown
to pieces. There were nine killed and nineteen injured by the ex
plosion, which was terrific.
CHINA ALSO OPPOSED.
LONDON, Sept. 22. It is understood that Shanghai has also
objected to the Anglo-Thibetan treaty.
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