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.Mnncliiirlii July IS
For San Francisco:
Wllhclmlnn, Sierra July 20
Marnm.i July 22
Maliura July 20
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4073.
YOKOHAMA, July IS. The Pa
ciflo Mall liner Mongolia has been"
floated from the mud banks on
which she grounded. She is found
to have sustained no serious damage
nnd is nc' reloading her cargo.
A special cablegram to Harkreld & '
Co presumably In nm wr to th nn
nf lniiilry sent eiilv thlBMiinrn'ns In ,
lleuoinl Miniogor Schwerin of tlie l'i
cllk' Mall Steamship Conipanv slntc
tliul I III' MmiK lla was Hoilcd on Jul
IT, mill a n examination showed Unit
tho ship wus unihimaso.I. Th- Moil
golla wii leave Yokifli.iina .liilv 20
mill will teach hero mi the 2!)th or
NEW YORK, July .18. Hugh-Mc
Intosh threw a man of mystery into
the pugilistic game today.
He has issued a challenge to the
heavyweight pugilists of the world
in behalf of an unknown fighter who
is to be named and trained by Jas.
(WASHINGTON, D. C, July 18.
Henderson Somerville of New York
has been named as the president of
the Board of General Appraisers.
Arrlillcct II. I). WliltflnM who has
rhargo if the pinna, for tlio Carnegie
l.lbraiy to bo erected In Honolulu
will be In tlio city In about a month.
lie was In liavu ctiino with (Jovenor
Frinr mi the Manchuria uniting to
ilny but was delayed In New York nml
will lie In about a month Inter.
Architect Kerr hns been In ounsiil
tatlon with lllm In Now York nml It
Is understood that this consultation
nml the tiinttors discussed delayed
lilm bo that It wns tmposslblo to come
on tlio Manchuria.
UTILE TO SAY
Governor mid Mrs. Wulter F. Frear
returned this morning on the Man
churia from u trip to -the mainland
during which they lslted Now Yorlc,
AViishlngton nnd Now llnvcn In tho
rust, null spent some time on tho const
In returning to Honolulu.
Attorney General Lindsay wus tho
only ponton who wont out on the
launch to meet tho roturnlng Govern
or, Mott-Smlth was delayed In putting
the llnlshlng touches upon tho Gov
ernor's dosk and did not arrive utitl'
tho big liner came alongside tho dock
but madu good time up tho gangway
to greet tho Governor on the prometii
udo deck of tlio steamer.
Keen this morning us soon ns tho
Manchuria made fast at Alukca wharf,
Governor Frear was rather reticent
li rogurd to his trli. In. fact ho hud
absolutely nothing to say dsllnltely
In regard to his trip cast.
"We're you In Washington," was
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't tij fa t
Present Law Good
!vi:it.M)it niKtu . ;;
"I nm personally rather liberal Inof the body pol.ttc should bo dniwii,"
my views on tho liquor question, nml
I bcllove In grcnt liberty to the Indi
vidual. There Is uo reason why n per
son who can control himself should
not have liquor at any time. If It
were possible to have effective prohi
bition t would bo n Rood thing for
"Thin was tho answer of Governor
Walter 1'. Krenr this morning at hi
jlllco In response to u question ns to
ild stntid on tho liquor (iirstloit.
Continuing, tho Govornur said that
the question had both a moral and a
practical side, and thut there was u
Croat dlfferenco of opinion among
peoplo on tho question.
'The body politic tins to protect It-
self nnd it Is u question Just where
tho lino between the mnlntenanco of
personal liberty, and self-protection
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Ten thousand dollars' worth of.
Wulalua bonds were reported In the
between-bnards sales of the I'x
'liunge todn. Tlicw) were sold at
101 75, and tlio money secured will
be Invested In San Frunflsco bonds.
This Is probably one of the most
unfortm ateh slgiilllcant tin una
tions that him com out locently
and shows the i n h of money to
In talKIng over the talngs tint
Hawaii has to bo thankful for from
Congress during the paBt fow
months, Governor Frear suited lo
lay that the Termorv had beou
amen better ttentod than placea on
tho mnlnliuid which had more claim
probably than Hawaii.
Decides tho amended Orgiinl'c Act
which was- pascd, the public build
ings nppiopilntlona which tho Ter
ritory hud locolvcd were larger than
thoKo of cities on the mainland.
Ho expressed the opinion that
both Kuhlo nnd McC'.ellun had douo
excellent work along this Hue and
Hint tho nllnttmeu,t to Hllo was un
At 111 tit Hllo wanted $100,000
this wag biiveral years ago and tho
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aid liovornor Ire.ir.
"I icllovo thut tho liquor law wo
now have Is u good one, mirh better
than nn) thlni; In the pant, but I think
thut It might Lo posslblo to have u
still better one," ho said.
tiovernor Krenr rulil that n to u
p'lo'ilbltory law beini; enforced It ile
pendol on tl o kind of tho law tlio
I.t'Klslultue should enact In care pro. j
hlbitloti carried. Ho did not oxptoss
an opinion ns to (lie result of tho
plebleclto, but tho cunent of Ills io
niarks ied onq to IicIIomi thut he hadl
no Idea that u lctory for prohibition
would result from the balloting next'
"A Jaw might bo enacted," he suld,
"which would result In nn open town
and Territory und everything would
bo wider opon than at present," ho
mainland Investments, under the
claim that nothing Is offering In
Stock sales were small and the
maiket not opclally active. Mc
Urydo Is lolling at t; 1 lr and Olna
at fi, with llltlo activity. Kwn sold
at 31 1 Jf. Onhii at :I2.37B, unil H.l
wjtluu t'omuiercl.il ut 40.
Captain J iV. Saunders for ' ie
tecoud time greeted tlio qiuirnntnie,
Immigration nnd customs oitlcln' - of
Honolulu with the arrival ol the
Pacific Mull steamship Manchuria
!from San FraucU(o this mninlug.
Captain Saunders has been aligned
as nn extra tklpper In tho mtvIco
nnd ho will undoubtedly be kept
'vojnglng back nmj forth between
Sun Francisco and the Far Kust ns
a lollet to tho various n.nlfiiitoiH
I who, nro granted leave of iihsen.e.
This time Captain Saunders trods
tho bridge funnel ly cnmiii.ii.ded by
Captain l)lon, and dechiMl that ho
would dou the tlmo .luring his
.htny ushoro In renowlim tho ac
quaintances of his fumli
Tho Manchuria brought u uum
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OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 18,
SAN FRANCISCO. July 18. Sug-
r: 00 degress test. 4.30c. Previous
motntion. 4.30o. Beets: 88 analy.
sis. 14s. 0 3-4d.; parity. 5.16c. l're-!
vious quotation, 14s. Od.
DAILY SCORES OF
SAN FRANCISCO, July 18. The
stcc in the big leagues' play to-
,American Detroit 1, Wathinglcr.
C - j. KCtrait 4; Phllajclnhia
f. Chit go 2; New York 3, St. Louis
4 O'ber games postponei.
National Cincinnati 0. New
York 5 j St. Louis 3 Philadelphia 0:
o . torcoklyn 0: Chicago 7,
Brooklyn 4; Pittsburg 2, Boston 4;
Pittsbuig 4, Boston 0; Cni.ago a.
i.i. oki j a 1:. Cincmtati 13, New
Y'Tk ' fSnniav. "iic inrlud
ed) St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2.
ttiidlng of iii unsit t-eigc, ju y 16
Club j- V. I. I'd
Hilcm ..v.j ij ; i,;.l
New York . . . Jt I' ' i"l
I'ltfbiliK . EV,:37 SI 5tt
i'lillmleli III i . ,.',.SSS r,7 .471
Il-.in.kl u 3l .111 442
St l-ou's t.", 42 4J
Itotoii 4Sl 45 .400
Standing of Amerljjn League, July 16
Club. L-XV. .U I'ct.
Philillclphll . . :V4 IN24 .;7
Now York ...... 4 ", 3d .C'jrt
Detroit 'V 4-..-j4 fSS
Boston 41 33 ' '.571
Chicago :! I.'l .402
Clatelntul 32, 37 .431
Winhlntem 23 44 .397
St. I.011U 21 48 .304
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TAFT GOES CRUISING.
BEVERLY. Mass., July 18. Pres
ident Taft left today for a ten-day
cruise along the coast of Mrne, for
his summers outing. He is travel
ing on the Presidential yacht May
Hoinetllue dining tho next few
wcekH Kecrctnry nnd Mis. Ilalllugi-r
will Nlult Hawaii.
This news was bronchi to Honolulu
by Goieinor freur this morning who
Mild that ho talked with tlio Hccro-
tnn of tho Interior nt Washington
ami was then informed that In com
(in ii with Mis. llnlllngcr he would
pin a visit to the Territory during
The lust llmo Governor Frear wus
In Washington Secretary llalllngcr
expressed a dc-hlro to como here for
n visit hut at that I lino thought ho
uould have to go to Alaska Instead
It has now been decided that tho
Vlaskn lsll will not be made this
year nnd so Hawaii will reolo the
The prosperous condition of tho 11a
wnllun Ulectrlc Company was shown
this morning when ut u special meet'
Ing of tho board of directors an In
creuso In tho capitalization of the
company wus authorized from SMiO.000
In oxplnltilng tlm Increuso In tlio
capitalization of the company this
morning J. A. McCundless stated thut
It wus a block dividend from the sur
plus that lias bcon accumulating In
the company's treasury.
Of New Boats
Pacific Mail Liners Will Be
650 Feet Long And Cost
"Honolulu Is nt the present time
enjoying the benefits, of n good u
steamship sen Ice with the mainland
ns ran be found between similar ports
anywhere, mid In wilclng this opinion
I coincide with the sentiment ex
ptesped by General Muuuger tleorgo
Dearborn of the Amcrlciin-Hnuullun
llni', who not long ago visited our
city mid presented nn array of facts
nnd figures for tho consideration of
tlnme who warmly advocate the sus
pension of the coastwise shipping
laws us applying to Honolulu."
Such was a statement made by Vice
President and General Munaxer It. P.
Schwerin of the' Pacific Mull Steiun
hlp Company, who Is a passenger in
the lluar Mongolia und en route, to
iho Fur 1'm1 nnd will ptobubly extend
hit business tour to Sluguporo und
Small Hope fur Local Ileal. ,
Mr. Schwcrlii offers but Utile en
couragement to those who have hoped
that at no distant dstu the Pacific
Mall Line would place n local boat on
tho San Frnnclsco-llouolulii run,
This tin rn.ug at the police court
iho can of I.IciiU'Ihiiu llu ihllchl,
who Is charged wllh using threaten
tug language, was cnllcd. Claiidlut
II Mcllildo appeared for the dtfeiul
ant. nml the prosecution nsked thut
the mutter be sent over till Monday
The lieutenant Is ut present res
trlcled to his tpiattcrs ut the Marine
itntlon. and he Is not allowed to coin,
tnunlcnte with any outsiders except
Ills attorney. It Is snld Hint Ilurch
flcld will have to face u court martial
In the near future.
In connection with the statement
mule in tho morning paper to tlm
effect that lliiichlleld had hd trouble
with a restaurant In town over a
check transaction, tho following let
ter speaks for Itself.
Mr C. II Mcllrlde.
Attorney for Win. I llurchneld, ,
Honolulu T. II.
Dear Sir: At our roiiuest nnd In
order l clear up any misunderstand
ing or Intimations thnt Mr. Ilurchfletd
hits had financial dllllcultles wllh the
Union Oi ill. I take pleasuro In stat
ing that I havo willingly cashed many
of Ids clucks, which checks have nl
wnys been p'lld; moreoor, Mr.
Iluichllold's account with tho Grill
has ulwnya been entirely satisfactory
and has been paid when due. I have
no criticism to make of Mn Htirch
fleld as a patron of my rcstaurunt In
anv way. shape or maimer. Our rela
tions have always been pleasant, and
Mr Huichfleld's account ut tho drill
Very truly yours,
Proprietor. Union Grill.
Honolulu. July IS. 1910.
UNCLE JOE IS
teMPrmiA. Kan.. Julv 18.
(Speaker Joe Cannon has complete-
recovered from tne lnaisposuion nisi
caused his friends such alarm on
Saturday. The Speaker is in excel
lent condition and made several
Ordinary mortals would probably
rattier wiestle with Zbysiko himself
than wllh his mime Manchester
The rontetuiduted addition of two
large und palatial liners to the Pa
cific Mull licet, which essels will III'
nil probability be completed and rend
for service within three years, has'
lent weight to the belief thut the old;
reliable steamship Ohlnu might be,
glwn oer to u local sen Ice between i
this port und the mainland
When uskid about tills phase of the
situation on board the Maiichurlu this
morning General Muuuger Schwerin
took occasion to declare himself In
regnrd to the Honolulu hopes tiffd am
bitions. "People do not stop to consider the
cost of maintaining ami operating a
cel even of the iv of the Chll.u
on a regular run between H.iu Frn
Cisco and Honolulu I will say thli
much, thut oell were the Old'),
plucud on this short run .and uperuV
ed o'lun, )nt ruled lute. basLu. with a
llfty dollur luio between tho ports, the
vessel would lose money on each and
every trip though she weio tilled to
htr capacity with passengers und
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t e "rohlbltloulst will surely
be tin b.seis nt the conlltllj; election
Tin, hue no possible show of carry
lug the Island. This Is my opinion
f I om tho present outlook."
Ham Kellli'ol, n Mnttlan by birth
nnd by residence, made tho nboe
lemnrks when stopped on the street
today. What he stated .was accord
lug lo what ho actually believed to
be tho case, at the present lime Ills
statement was substantially corrob
orated by a well-known Hawaiian
of l.ahalna, who Is also visiting In
Iloth of these .Mutilans are appar
ently positive that the untl-Prohlbl
tluulsts will surely win out III the
plebiscite election wlihh takes place
on July 2G. They further admitted
that the prohibition agents have
been working jnlghty hard for the
past few weeks, with a view to In
llueiiclng the native llawulluns to
vote on their side. While they have
made, what appears to them, n suc
cessful tour of the Islands, thosowho
have had a chance to hear (he elo
quent t-peeehcs of I). Kulauokalunl
Sr. nnd William White, have sub
sequently laughed nt them after they
hae closed their speeches which
thoy themselves thought were more
The hard workers of the anti-pro
hlhltlou league are bald to be' get
ting In some heavy work to win the
coming buttle. They are telling and
educating the llawallaiis how to
to. In order to make the mattor
clear to them, those working for lib
erty nnd self-government ure giving
the oteis the names of those, who
uie b-tckliig tlm Woolley propa
ganda, It Is now clearly shown
that tho native Hnwalluns uro aware
of t ii fact that Thurston Is actual-
b at Hie bottom of the whole thing.
And knowing him so well ns most
Instrumental In overthrowing their
beloNcd Queen, they will now havo
a diance to get even with him by
dumping him and tollug against his
QILM0RE IS DEAD.
WTMir ftnrriwe t t..i id
. nan uuuiiuio, im., auiy 10.
Representative Glimore died here to
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MANILA. July 18 Dsan Worces
tcr. Eccrjtary of the Interior of the
Philippine Commission, had n nar
row escape from being assassinated
by Moros while making a tour of the
jWcrcester while traveling through
the island of Palawan was attacked
by a laud of Moros urnicd with bo
les His bodyguMd killed three of
the a ackiug fcuc and the others
fled. Worcester was not inj.-je.l.
I .- In Andrews. Attorney General
l.lttdrto nml I.lojil Cotikllng wero
Clnreted w.Ilh Gowmior I'rear oju afi
ter his arrlvftl"toilay' discussing, the
appointments to be made for the
Monnls of H.g'strailnn fur, the coming
The naming cf the Hoards of Iteg
Istrntlon Is one of .the llrst thing
vhlch will bo taken up officially by
Governor Frear ns these" boards must
hold their first meetings on August 3.
Tlio appointments to be made are
for the general election to bo hold
In Nn ember and have no connection
with tho plebiscite and the member)
hold olltco for1 two yenrs acting In"
Acting Governor Mott-Siulth ha,f
been working on this list for "hpiiolhu
nients for somo time and it is under- t'
Mood that it is practically complel-
All that Is necessary now M to go
over It for 11 final discussion and con-
dderuthm und the appointments may
dl ! made within the next forty-
18 Angeles, July 10 Heeling fnr
ovir under clouds o,f canvas, the Mol-
llluu, Swcethenrt nnd Huwnil, compet
itors In the San Pedro to Honolulu
jaclit nice, poked their noses Into. 11
choppy se.i todny on the first stretch
of their 2300 mllo Journey. Tho rac
ers wete sent uway at 110011.
The Mollllou, tho entry of tho Aoh
llan yacht club of Alameda, crowed
the lino llritt, n'few seconds after tho
crack of the starting gun. It was fol
lowed by Hawaii, tho entry of tho
Islanders The Sweothenrt crossed
Doth tho latter vessels outfooted the
northern ynwl, and when tho horizon
hid tho racers from the hundreds who
had witnessed (be start from the
breakwater the llawaH'and tho Sweet
heart were more than u mllo ahead of
A largo licet of yachts nnd pleasure
vessels, crowded with spectators, at
tended the stnrt of the race, which Is
tho third of tho biennial contests be
tween San Pedro and Honolulu.
The winner of the rnco Is expected
to do the ;'300 mllo Journey in better
than thirteen days.
Tomorrow afternoon tttoro will he
two games of baseball nt tho Ath
letic Turk, and the Wu'scdas will
play In them bath. At 1:30 o'clock
a combined Japanese school nine will
play the visitors, nnd at half-past
three tho U. S S. Cleveland will put
a nine on the diamond lo oppose tho
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