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THE HAWAIIAN STAR.
SECOND EDITION 1 Nowg, to-diiy can flnd It In j THE STAB , ft . , . Part III of The World's Eair Portfolios Ready To-morrow n oil I Villi OL. XII. HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY' i, 1904. No. 3 831 yon want to- 11 I Naval I Battle Now A: t rv I Wr'. , 111 T 1 Ugl CuD m ttw V - IB IB HI i IB Hi M n n H IHHUBkll&l I (Associated Press CHEFOO, July 1. A big naval engagement is in progress off Port Arthur. fhc ships engaged include two battleships and four cruisers on the Japanese Ms.i 'ri. tj ! r 1 . ' that there are only four Russian . 9 .J RUSSIAN Vi : M'JKDEN, July 1. The Russian lost over 300 in a fight near Port Arthur the 36th. THREATENS RUSSIAN VESSELS. NEWCHWANO, July 1. A Japanese torpedo boat destroyer is threaten ing Russian vessels here. YALE AQAIN DEATS HARVARD. NEW LONDON, Conn., July 1. The University boat race between Har vard and. Yale today was won by Yale by seven lengths in 31.40 1-2. The four-oared event went to Harvard, the time being 13.13. INTERPRETERS LOSE THEIR -IARLES HOPKINS THE ONLY ONE OP THE CIRCUIT COURT FORCE TO REMAIN. All of the official Interpreters of the rcult courts have been dropped with a exception of C. L. Hopkins, one of ' jie 4.wo Hawaiian Interpreters. John ush, Hawaiian Interpreter, LI Cheung Chinese, Chester Doyle, Japanese and Joseph Frlas, Portuguese, vacated their positions vesterday,- by virtue of the ttaklng effect of the new appropriation yaws,, which provide for only one Ha waiian Interpreter and no others. I LI Cheung has taken a position as secretary at the Chinese legation and Is fetter off than he was before. He has Wen Chinese Interpreter for many yeart and the judges were very anxious to retain him. LI Cheung did not see his way clear to be waiting roundl with out calary,for fees when there happen l' d to be cases, and he therefore se cured another place. Chester Doyle , .vlll be connected with the Attorney ' general's department. He Is also an ntorpreter whom the judges wanted ' (0 keep, as there has always been con Idenible difficulty with most other Jap. , Inese Interpreters employed here. John 13 sh has had long service as an Inter preter In the courts and legislature, and If. tho-judges could have had their way jie also would have remained. The change Is expected to cause con siderable difficulty ,ln the police court 'wnd In circuit courts when the Septem ber term begins. Phere will be three Judges holding couft at the same time rlnd more interpreters will be needed. JTwo Hawaiian Interpreters are often Vieeded at the same time, and constant llnterruptlpns for the sake of hunting Tlils applies forcefully to the keeping of valuable docu ments. The only sure repository Is a safe deposit box In a fire proof vault. We furnish a fire and burglar-proof box and a key to get In It. h Belter Be Sure Than Sorry ( D D H n 1 HAWAIIAN , reMgE Fort Street, t ms5 Honolulu ) f Cable to The Star.) 41.. c r . a -u,. warships there. LOSSES. FOR TIE CRIMPS UNITED STATES JUDGE DOLE LENIENT WITH FIRST, OFFEN SES UNDER AMENDED LAW. The cases of William McCarthy and Benjamin Edwards, charged with hav lng'broken a United States law by, go ing aboard the ship Solano and solicit ing a sailor's pajronage before the ship had been in port for 24 hours, were be fore Judge Dole In the District Court this moaning. McCarthy had entered a plea of guilty and Edwards had pleaded not guilty, but after considerable legal fencing' the plea of guilty was entered' In Edwards' case also. Judge Dole spoke to the defendants at some length dwelling on the seriousness of -the offence, but In view of tho rnt j that these were the first cases under the amended act foe Imposed the light fine of $10 and costs as a warning, promising further offenders more punishmnet. WANTED TO BE CITIZENS. A bunch of half a dozen United States sailors from the Wheeling invaded the office of the United States district noiirr I this morning In an expedition after na- luniiiiauuii 'papers. xsone or them could qualify however as they are still on service and have not been dis charged so they went away. disconsolately up Interpreters are likely to be the rule. The judges will have to arrange among themselves as to who shall have the services of Hopkins. ' For other cases Interpreters will lave to be found and sworn In as the cases come up, on a fee system. The rate, it Is under stood, will be $5 per day. In the police court Judge Lindsay Is enough of a linguist to remove much of the difficulty. In Hawaiian and Por tuguese he needs no Interpreter and ho Is not altogether unable to get along In Japanese. The Judge has been ad vised to put in his time studying Jap anese, Chinese, Porto Rlcan and-5 other languages which now and then crop up. It Is thought by some that the economy has been too rigid and that as much loss will bo entitled In the time of courts Judr-s and juries, through delays in getting Interpreters as will mako up 'the saving of Interpreters salaries. Just the Thing for tho Boy. Teddy's Pom Pom Gun MAKES LOTS OI' NOISE AND IS , HARMLESS. AT Limited W1 FORT STREET. SMALL FINES PEARSON mam STRAUCH TURNS OUT BANKRUPT CO-OPERATIVE HOME PURCHASING SCHEME'S MANAGER. SAYS HE OWES NEARLY , SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND HAS ASSETS OP ONLY NINETEEN ATTORNEY8 PILE' OBJECTIONS TO HIS BANKRUPTCY PETITION. Paul E. R. Strauch, who describes himself as a broker, and who is man ager of the concern known as the Co operative Home Purchasing Society which has been doing business for some time on King street, caused a mild siz ed sensation this morning In the United States District Court by filing a volun tary petition In bankruptcy. He was not represented by counsel but put the papers In himself. They were drawn In proper form and were sworn to before. Antone Manue), notary public. Strauch figures It out that his liabili ties amount to $6,832 while his assets reach the modest sum of $19, and even that, he claims Is1 exempt. His petition recites that he has been for more than six months a resident of Hawaii and is now unable to pay his debts "in full." Therefore he prays to be adjudged a bankrupt. The schedule of debts shows the following: P. H. Burnette, judgment obtain ed Sept. 16, 1D03 $2,944.50 Emmett May, note and interest. Money borrowed on sugar stock since depreciated 767.50 George Paris, note 40.00 Lewers & Cooke, Ltd., for lum ber 100.00 CARTER'S 1 IS THEV THOUGHT SO IN CliiUAGO AND THEY LIKED HIM ALL THE BETTER FOR IT. CHICAGO, June 22. When Cannon finished speaking In the convention, Governor Carter of Hawaii received one of the biggest cheers when he made a speech demanding full representation on Territorial basis. Carter has a pugnacious air when speaking and his gingery style caught on. "He managed, however, to provoke a contest. His position was subjected to an assault, but Senator Foraker took his part and made a strong plea for the "Paradise of the Pacific." Judge Mo Kinley, chairman of the California dfc egatlon, found his opportunity when the 'debate reached Its height. He declared Hawaii should have the regulation six delegates Instead of two. MoKInley made a very able talk and was several times Interrupted by cheers. Hawaii lost her light, however, after the roll, call of the convention, but the contest stirred up sufficient interest to make' the delegates good humored. ' .J...ATK?NON"STARTS- Acting Governor Atkinson left this afternoon for a driving1 trip around the Island. He Is accompanied by Super intendent of Public Works Holloway and Superintendent of Public Lands Pratt. The party will return on .Mon day. HQNQLULUANS III MANY ISLAND PEOPLE IN TI.A GOLDE.K GATE CITY BARRY PREPARES TO FIGHT, ''SAN FRANCISCO, June 25. Lieuten ant Harry W. Newton of the C7th Com pany of- Coast Artllery, -who left Camp McKlnloy for the Presidio here, about six vepks ugo, has been ordered to Fortress Monroe, Old I'dfit Comfort, Va. He will leave here wltnln a few days, He goes to take a course of military In struction In Artillery strategy andtao tics, and expects very soon after the conclusion of this to be made a, cap tain. This detail is In accordance with tho general policy, of the War Depart ment lately adopted, to put all first lieutenants In the Artillery branch of the service through a course of Instruc tion In artillery technique Just before they are made captains and given comi mand of companies. , Lieutenant Colonel Edward Davis, artillery corps, who is now in Honolulu with his wife on t. visit to his daugh- f Continued on page Ave.)' FIRE FIRE FIRE. Fire Works, Flags, Torpedoes, Horns, Kongo-Clubs, Bomb Canes, Toy Pistole Decoratine Moss-paper' designs. We are headquarteres for 4th July goods. Wall Nlohole. V - PUGNACIOUS FRANC SCO Haclcfeld &.Co., responsibility for the debts of C. Baddaky & Co. Of Hllo: .1,3,000.00 Total .. ,....$6,852.00 Then comes the schedule of assets, ois follows: Six chairs $ 3.00 One table 4.00 Bicycle (old model) 12.00 Total. $19.00 Added In Ink below the typewriting as a sort of an afterthought is the en try: "Vt Interest in Inter-state Mercantile Agency, value unknown." A further clause claims the chairs, tabic and bicycle as exempt. The document had no sooner been presented than George A. Davis and F. E. Thompson who were in the court rose, the former noting for Burnett and the latter for Hackfeld & Co. Both protested a&ainst the petition's being granted, an unusual proceeding In a voluntary application, but their request for a continuance was granted by Judge Dole and the application was laid over until next Wednesday. IS LITTLE BUT OR! r i. - ... .. OUNBOAl' WHWELI.N'O, BURNISHES TWO CASES FOIl THE POLICE TO INVESTIGATE. Although the gunboat Wheeling Is about the smallest naval craft that has been to Honolulu In a long time, she has furnished more excitement t'han did the two American Meets during their re. cent stoys In this port. One of the Bailors from the Wheeling Is lying In a critical condition at the Queen's Hos pital, as the result of an ugly knife wound in the back, while another man Is In 'the police station and may be charged with murder, Geneau Is tho sailer who shot Ulysses Harris last night In the Pantheon Saloon while the victim of the stabbing is a young man named John Henry Holte. Holte is quite dangerously wounded. "Mrs. James Gordon Bennett" a noto rious negress stabbed him In the back yesterday morning during a dispute of some character, at Iwilel. This morn ing Holte was resting quite easily but foe was -not out of danger. Deputy High Sheriff Chllllngworth was noti fied that the young man was In a very critical condition and that his ante mortem statement should be taken. It was decided to take the statement as soon as the Deputy could get away from the trial of the police court calen dar. No charge has yet been placed against the woman's name. She Is to bo held, pending the result of tho In juries to her victim. EVELT GOT THE S THE PRESIDENT WAS AT WASH INGTON SURROUNDED BY HIS FAMILY WHEN THE WORD CAME -WASHINGTON, J,uno 23. Surround ed' by members of his family, President 'Roosevelt received the announcement thab he had been nominated .unani mously by the Republicans at Chicago. Tfie'naws was received by telephone at the White House by a repoi lit of the Associated Press in ndvan'co of its re Jjelfit over the special telegraph wire wrinlng from Chicago to the executive offioes.-' 'Jtt''2t:13 p. rn. the bulletin was given tmfelibretary Loeb. Some time before ffijjPffHsMent had left his offices In the executive building and had gone to the White -House for luncheon. Secretary Loeb Immediately conveyed the news to him there. Seated on the veranda of the White House chatting with Mrs. Roosevelt, his sister-in-law, Miss Ca- rew, and other members of his family, the President received Mr. Loeb's an nouncement. MRS. T. K. CLARKE DEAD. Mrs. T. K. Clarke, wle of Captain ciarke 01 me wnaer oieamsnip jom pany, died ha morning at her rest denco.on Punchbowl street. She was 61 years of age. HOW ROOS W WAS SOON LEVI P. MORTON' DAUGHTER -WHO LIVED LESS THAN A YEAR WITH HER NOBLE HUSBANu. The Duchess of Valencay has secured a divorce as announced In a cable from Paris this morning. The Dtfchess lp a dsughtpr of Ex-Governor Levi P. Morton of New York Her marriage to the- duke took place only last Octo ber and it -was whispered very soon after that the match had proved an un happy one. A few days after the wedding the husband, who was then known by the title of Count Boson de Parlgord, purchased the Chateau of Valencay for $543,673. Paris rumor has It that the conjugal lnharmony arose over the fact that Levi P .Morton, who put up the money, for the chateau. Insisted that the title be In his daughter's name, and not in the name of her noble husband. ) CLAIMS IT V Ulysses Harris the negro prize fight- er Is lying at the Queen's Hospital In a serious condition from the effects of a pistol wound In the abdomen. He received the wound last night about 9:t0 an altercation In the Royal Saloon yea o'clock In the Pantheon Saloon on Ho- terday afternoon. Harris claimed tel street. The shot was fired by E. Geneau a sailor from the gunboat Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is everywhere ac knowledged to be the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints. It always cures and cures quickly. It can be depended upon even In the most se vere and dangerous cases of cholera morbus, dysentery and diarrhoea. It should be taken nt the first unusual looseness of the bowels. Sold by all dealers Bensin, Smith & Co., agenta for Hawaii. SAYE YOUH MONEY. The Twenty-Ninth Series of Stock In the Pioneer Building & Loan Associa tion will be Issued In July, 1904, and is now open for subscription. The mem bership fee Is fifty cents per" share, and the monthly dues are ono dollar per month per share. The stock draws much better Interest than a saving's bank. Further Information can be obtained from A. V. Gear, Secretary, 122 King Strpet. THE & LB RELIABLE POWDER Absolutely Pure WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE DIVORGLD WAS JV J J W -V Wheeling. The latter claims that the-'"--a shooting was accidental. ' According to the facts, as learnedby, r the police, Geneau and Harris got lntotfv; (Continued to Page b.j HAT SALE NOW ON. Pretty shirt-waist hats are being sold at a largo reduction nt Sachs during Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. AH new and tip-to-date styles. REMEMBER THE-DAY. Fireworks, lags, baseball goods, at A... B. Arlelgh & Co's All nev 'goods arid cheapest In t wn. Want ad in Star ooat but 25 cents. HE TWO 01) "Somerset" Shoes ' This Is one of the famous Heywood Shoes that .are celebrated for their excellent wearing qualities and , at the same time possess a great degree of style. Thet comfort, theso shoes Is their greatest tlons, . too, of one of attrac- They are made of vie kldx and have double soles. Price $5.00 Manufacturers' Shoe Cot 1051 Fort Street. 1 t i. 1 : . 1 w r ! X X' 2 I.