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Published Hvcry Day Except Sunday
nt ISO Km? Street. Honolulu.
T II . by tho
DULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD
VMLLACE R. FARRINOTON Editor
lllllCl'I'll Ht till' I'O-Ulllllie lit HollU
notulii UK second cliiBfl inattrr.
Payable W Advance.
1'er month, nnywhrrc In V. S..J ."f
I'oriiunrlor, nn where In U. S.. 2. on
1or jour, anywhere It. S S.ou
I'cryoar, poxtpnlil, foreign 11. W
Six months i .50
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For) car. puxlpaid. foreign .... 2. on
Territory of Hawaii, )
County of Oahu, )
c (I HOCKl'S, IHutlnpun Manner nr
Hip Ilull-nn riihlhihlng Company. Mm
Ited. being flMt duly sworn, mi oath
deposes nml saym That tlio following
Is a truo and correct statement of cir
culation fur tho week ending April
13th, 190G, of the Dally mid Wcekl)
I'-dlllm or tin- Evening Uulletln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday. Apr. 7 2430
Monday, Apr. 9 2176
Tuesday, Apr. 10 2178
Wednesday, Apr. 11 2109
Tliurtday, Apr. 12 2206
Trlday. Apr. 13 2184
Average dally circulation 2222
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1906 2375
Njmber of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone 1063
Combined guaranteed average cir
iiui.i.irriN l'Hiu.isiiiNd company
Ily C. O. 110CKUS.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me tills Htli day of
ISHAI.l April, A. II. 1906.
1 II. MUlNKTTn.
Notary I'ntillc. First .Indicia! Circuit
rnriiHuw M'ltn. is. laiMi
THE EFFECT ON HAWAII
Wblle i.'h Minting on the Liuslnc.'.",
effect of the Hon rrunrliuo disaster
tbeie Is every inwin why our pcop,i
Should mil iilloiv thcnu'elvcs to uul lut".
n paul. -stricken or pcsslmUilc frnm,
liven In tlmis of great disaster. It U
Mill line that conditions arc lursely
what the people make tbem.
If llnnutulu decides tint this wreck
uf Hin Krunclsto Will ruin the city and
must take Hawaii alons Into Hie BM
of wrevked confidence and buslnc
stagnation. Honolulu can In this man
lier certainly go a long way tovvan1
bringing about llio fulllllmcat uf dire
Ilut San Kranclsco though surfering
terrible Injury will not In nil human
piobabilliy be minified to He dormant
III the uahes of III ptescut destruction
Honolulu should I lien refiiko to folio
In the I rail uf mhifortiuie by Inference
and at'iept n bail name liecmisu of our
association with a gicat city Hut ha
San Kranrlsco citizens will not sit on
the ruins of their homes and curse mo
unkind fate. They will be up and
doing. They will Mk hi manfully and
(ouriigroiisly. Unless tlio world 19
booked for an upheaval I hat poi tends
the end of nil human activity Hi" panic
will subside Tropic will not stny a',
uome lo break their necks b) a fall
down stairs, uocausa they feel that by
going abroad they may get mixed up in
tome fell disaster.
Han Krauilsio will recover.
lTnder tiny circumstances Honolulu
la going far allele! to seek trouble if K
Inaugurates u campaign within Its own
borders to cnnvlnto the people that IhU
Lily should go lo pot because Kan Kruti
cIhui has had an earlluiunke.
Any commun;ty looking for trouble
can usually gel It.
Any community that eu up n cry
as In what others will think of It oti
account of something that has hap
pened cluowhero can Iheieby cause
many more people to till u thcl.
thoughts In the same channel.
Any community naturally begins to
wonder wheto the crust will crarl; uct
Slid the people who suggest that the
crufct Is thlnno.U In their vicinity have
piomlLc of miking many contorts.
The Ilullctln Is not an cxpetl on
earth tremors anil wouldn't attempt
to ptedlct whether the whole Tactile
Coast will break off tlio edge of the
continent and tlio sea reach the
Itocklcs. Wo don't appreciate tlio ne
cessity of spending time on theso mat
ins. They are ripe topics for Mother
tiruudy and her followeis.
i What every citizen of Hawaii should
ijo Is to combat nt every point the ucn
tlmcnt of ntedli'is wony and Idle
Bpcctilatlun over possllilo dlsastetu.
Honolulu has nut burned up or down,
sail I'lumlsco will not reijucBt nr .i
thatl; of our sympathy, that these Is
lands cease lo he as attractive as they
Ujvo nlwiijs been, or that our huslnciM
pien shall throw up their hands In
cJes.'Kilr. It Is not easy lo be cheerful
vlien a slsicr city Is known to be In
treat distress. At the same time It it
tolly to malic the situation worse than
ft Is by duelling on tlio darkest side ot
li prolific Imagination.
j$ Honolulu will continue to grow. It
Kill continue to tcfino to be put out
at action What setbacks it mlgit juf
f) r should inspire tlio people lo u
eater energy unci moro unity In over-
tiling real ami Imuglnury obstac es.
a ic ib jiibi us easy co assume tnui oui
(lilii.ile nnd tlio natural attrui lions of
Hawaii will draw with as much power
bext )enr us they line this If a new
tdtuatlon has iiiiseu, meet It. And that
til a manner hecoinlng clear-beadeil,
vlgornus men who' know no such wort
ps. fall. . , r. ... ,,n .. Vj.
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DELAY OP INFORMATION
Conditions that make no news good
uews do not exlut in Hie slttiiitluu in
flhlch Hawaii limit Itself in relation to
lie San Francisco disaster. There 13
little that i an flic assurance to those
Alio hne friends In the wrecked city,
beyond the early nntiuuiiicmcnt that
.he iisldemc portion of the city Ii sup
posid tint to have suffered seercly.
I'he del iys In ohlalnlng connection
illicit wllb Han Kianclsiu mnj ho m-
ounteil for b) niHslhlo ncrldent to the
operators who left the burning build-
in: on Market street. I lie more dls
tiesslng feature Is the apparent lunbll-
.U of eastern cities to obtain facts from
The personnl telegrams and Hie fail
me to recele reaponsm from those In
the Orient likely to oblaln Information
hv wa of Hurope mid New York nil
point to a imi't serious wrecklu.'i (
hn means of communication with the
.mmtdlate hm Hon of the lountry 'I'hu
.s the more porteiitlous when one stop
,o i oulder I he tremendous effort that
is Inevitably being made to get III
oil. It with I he people of the city. Kcry
nicain for speedy relief mid prompt
mfoi inatlon which the Nation pot
sexses has uuiUestlonnbly bceu
mo mhl to bear.
Immediately finis were secured thej
would lie ipr id throughout the world
by the greit news associations, nnd,
while they might be slow In real hill J
.lunolulu. now farthest removed from
.-fan rrtiuilftio of ull places on earth,
the details should at least mnke good
time In reaching Mnulln, which Is moid
closely In turn h with the Kuropeau
icm.cH of communication
l'p to'the proem time Honolulu can
with reason draw the conclusion that
It knows itulte us much about what hai
ii.ipicncil In San rranclsto as dou
New York or Cbluigo Meanwhile thera
is in thing to do but hope for Die bcs
and keep i out.
Portuguese On Maui
.1. S Medeliim of l'liuncnc, M. J.
Mourn of Klhel, J Cur' l.t of Wullukit,
A .1 Fernandez of Knluilul. and Joe
Anibros of I'uiinene hae tiled iirlltlrr
.if assuilntlon under the name of Young
Mens Savings Association, .d, with
i he Treasurer
The purposes of the association are
el forth to be "to iu cumulate n capital
irom money derheil from the savings,
luleicsts. prcailums mid lines of the
tockholdcrs In monthly Installment',
ind to apply the same In accommodat
ing stockholders with loans on real es
tate and otherwise, upon principals ot
struct mutuality nnd c-ipiullty of the
oenellts and obligations." The corpor
ation will also make loans to othet
persons, Jiurchnce, cumey nnd least
such property ns it may acquire, and In
The capital stock shall bo $10,000, in
On $loo shares, with it prmlcgo of ex
tension to $100,000. The life of the cor
poration shall be llfty years.
The nllkers nre tu follows: J. S
Medclros, president ; M. J. Mouea, vice
president, J. Oaicla, iDcrctnry and
treasurer. Tiee, together with A. J.
r'crnandez nnd Joe Ambrose, constitute
tlio board of directors.
The )lo.uo0 capital stock has all been
subscribed for by J. 8. Medelros, M. J.
Moeua. J. Garcia. A. J. Kcrnamlez. Joto
Ambrose, A. (.arc la, Jaclntlio Ambrose,
Jaclntho Itobtdlo and . Hobello, who
nave taken ten shares and paid up $.'Sl
Wlreles telegraphy has been ninlti
; alr.ed for sovctal years across the (iulf
of California, nnd now tlio Mexican
Clove rnntent has concluded contracts
for n plant that will uffortl communlca
Hon over a distance of about 201) miles,
not only between the varlous'sfaHons
of the system, but with shipping,
ntterts the benefit of this humane Inw.
Moderation varies tlio world over. Tho
whip Is not In disuse In Moscow. They
use It thero on men and women.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Ilullctln gives n complete summary of
Hie news of tho day. For SI a yr.
A-; Vj stock aowo oi
; l i,Aj-liivinMiMTM.Iiuii
Furnished House, Beretanla
Street; 4 bedrooms; pos
session May 1, 1906 S50.00
No. 1246 Klnau St 25.00
l.unalllo Street 50.00
Walklkl Deach 10.00
Emma Street D0.00
Gandall Lane 25.00
College Hill 35.00
Young Street 35.00
A Chance for Investors
For a few days only, we will offer
a 9 net Investment. .. .87500.00
Trast Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREET8.
KM1I Al no
GAVE CORRECTS I OR Y
OF COMMITTEE MEETINQ THAT
STARTED CAMPAIGN FOR DEL-
EQATE SAY THAT KUHIO
WILL NOT BOLT.
(Special lo Tht IlullcU)
Wnllukti, Maul. Aptll 18. This
week's semi-weekly Star contained an
in tide In glaring big head lines that
Kepoikal denied starting Kuhlos fight
on Maul, and further that Kepoikal was
not present nt the tin ell nx at nil. Who
ever innile that false report must have,
been ncllng under some strange mental
li.'illui Illations, Imuglulng, ns nil falsi
fiers do, that Kepoikal was not present
at Hie executive county committee.
meeting mid that (he said Kepoikal
did not fnor Ktihlo.
Your correspondent was present nnd
took un active part at the meeting of
April Ii. Kcpolknl presided nt the
meeting himself. Kcola Introduced
the resolution fur Kulilu and Kepoikal
put the resolution before the meeting
nnd It was adopted without a dlssentlns
voice, us already stated In the llulle
tin. And. further, on receipt of tho Star
Inst evening. Judge Kepoikal recpic-st-cd
jour humble hut truthful corres
pondent to say for him that what ap
peared In the Ilullctln of the Ttli Inut,
contained the truth, the' whole train,
nnd nothing hut the truth.
tour correspondent knows, too, that
Kuhlo will never bolt the Kenulillcan
party If he should fall to receive the
liomiuntlnu nt the next convention.
The article In the Ktnr of this week Is
prompted more by malice, against Ku
lilu than by facls. It Is the vvurk of
tome cunning and scheming but unwise
politician to lead Kuhlos followers
astray. A politician who works hard
in the open to lead his candidate to vic
tory receives the praise of the Intel
ligent public, but any creature who
hopes to be a politician by using miu-
representnllon nnd falsehoods ns his
chief weapon for saining victory de
serves the unreserved condemnation of
every honorable voter In this Territory.
It that follow wishes lo besmear the
honesty and Integrity of your corres
pondent, let him come forwnrd under
his true colors, and I shall meet him
ith ml honorable means that I am
endowed with. Knough, no low pol Il
ea I tricks for inc.
The MnrquardtH will nppc.tr nt tho
Opera House this evening nnd they
should have n good houeo, notwlth.
standing the community Is stirred up.
There was some talk uf the concert be
ing postponed but all arrangcmcut
had been made and besides first clam
music Is u good panacoa for an over
wrought stale of public mind.
The San Francisco disaster has com
pletely changed tho plans of the Mai
rjitnrdts, All their piopcrty Is In San
rrnnclsco and their securities nre de
posited with one of tho banks closo w
the cable building that was burned.
Hcnco It Is quite necessary that thiy
return to the Coast lo learn what Ij
left to them.
A white boy Just out of school is
wnnted to learn grocery business. Ad
dress W., Ilullctln.
Tildny and Saturday will ho tho last
daya to view the part-man part-horse,
on Nuiianu street, between Hotel and
The coach In which tho Lord Mayor
of Uindan rides on sintc occasions has
been In use suite 17S7.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"Irent and company
Your Easter Costume
will not be complete
without one of our stunning
They have Just arrived and certainly
are beauties. You will find a large
accortment to choose from, comprl'lng
many Dresden Silk effects, White and
Colored Linens, White 6llk with fancy
borders, and Pongees,
prices, S1.50 to S7.50 ea.
We have Just received a limited as
Forsythe Sliirl Waists
cut In the latest Eastern styles and
made of the newest walitlngs,
WHITE MADRA8, S3.75 EA.
STRIPED MADRAS, assorted
colors, S3.75 EA.
Japanese Are Lost
Speelnl by Wlrclcm. Telegraph.
WAILUKU, Maul, April 19 Following a heavy rain at 3 a. m. to-
' day, the new Waikapu upper reservoir burst, and five Japanese below !
were killed. One woman, four children and two girls are still missing. !
Four men were Injured In the break.
"The reservoir referred to must b e on the Walluku Plantation," said 4
4 E, Faxon Bishop, of Brewer & Co., the agents of that concern, this after-
neon. "However, It Is Impossible to tell from It, which reservoir was
: meant. There ore several large recsrvolrs on the plantation, but no
V one of them could be called partlcula rly rew as compared with the others. '
' I could not tell you their exact size. We ourselves have received no 4-
Information whatever about this affair."
SILENCE SWELLS FEAR
(Continued from l'aire 1.)
not looked for bcluru tomorrow morn
ing. FEAR FOR MONGOLIA.
11. llackleld & Company, agents for
tho Pacific Mall Steamship Co., tbu
Occidental S. S. Co., and tho Toyo Kl
sen Kalsha, have cabled to New York
for all possible Information. Tho 1'.
M. S. H. Co.'h big liner Mongolia, as
previously announced, wng In the port
of Sun Francisco at the lime of the con
vulslon of nature nml It Is not Impos
sible that sho has been destroyed, or
nt least so Injured or hampered that
the will be iinaldi) to keep to hor sched
ule. STEAMERS MAY HAVE ESCAPED.
The x)s8lble fato of Iho vessels In
port luring tho earthquake Is being
much' discussed and In the opinion of
mni" It Is possible that at the first In
dication of the cntnclysm, when tho
earth began to tremble, the big steam
ships managed to get out of port. To
man), however, this seenin to be Im
possible. They nrguo that tho earth'
nttakc was probably linmcdlntoly fol
lowed by a great rising of the waters
of tho bay- or a sudden subsidence ol
the waterfront district of San 1'rau
SONOMA'S SAILING DAY.
Today Is sailing day lor the 0. S. S.
fioiioma, from Han Kranclsco. Should
he be In a condition to get nwny, she
"e.uld bring to Honolulu much of de
tailed Information, Invln & Co. arc
m.turnlly anxious1 to learn something
of her, but, wltic'lllrect communication
Impossible, they must wait with tho
rest of the anxious city for any news.
-Mr. (lirrard, of Irwin & Co., stated this
morning that the Oceanic Steamship
Company s wharves, being away from
the Immediate vicinity of tho region
supposed to have been principally af
lected by tho eurthiiuuUe, may havu
NEW YORI KNOWS LIJTLE.
At ll o'clock' ywtcrday morning the
Honolulu branch of the Yokohama
i-jiccle llankjscnt a cable message to
Now York, via Manila, to the Yoko
hama bank's agents theic, asking for
any Information Alley might havu In
icgnrd to the fate of tho San Francisco
otilccs. At t: 55 this morning a reply
waB received to the effect that (he of
fices wete piobably burned, though the
officers, owing iVWYurly hour of tho
catastrophe, prcoably escaped. The
use of tho word "probably" would
clearly Indicate that New York could
get no de.'lnlte Information at the time
the ruble was leeched.
With the probable rushing uf assist
ance In every furm to Man Francisco
It should not belong, even If I he beach
cablo station nt Unit point hug been
tubmcrged or othervvlsa dejttoycd. be
fore cominunlcairiou Is established be
tween this port iiiid. 3an I'lunclsco,
It would seem that nothing except
tho continuance uf earthquake shocka
would prevent tho ro-cstnbllshmcnt uf
cable communication And It Is thlJ
thought In icguid to the fact that no
communication can bo had with San
Kranclsco tbut Is occasioning so iniicli
anxiety, for the generally expressed
opinion here Is .that the silence so
eagerly sought lo bo broken must indi
cate that conditions arc worse than
would he supposed from tho scant newj
already leeched; (thut u considerable
poitlon of San I'tanclsco hao been sub
merged, or that llio caithquaka slmeliw
are continuing niid men aie unable tu
get to work un cable connections.
BULLETIN NEWS SERVICE.
Tho Ilullctln ycBtcrday kept tho pub
lic constantly and fully Informed of nil
news that could bo obtnlned. The first
IlulUlln extra, shortly after 7 o'clock
yesterday moinlng, gave the first In
formation In regard to tho San Kran
clsco earthquake, and during tho fore
noon five cxtran vvcio published, giv
ing tho news as It cntnu to hand. Then
came tho regular 2:30 and 3:3U p. m.
editions, and a t o'clock edition. The
Ilullctln stair lomnlncil an duty until
midnight, ready to get and servo the
news. The sixth extra edition of tho
day wax run oil at 1U o'clock last 11 1 gilt
and half an hour later tho seventh ex
tia was on tho xtreotH and In tho
hands of hunilieds who had stayed
down town to get tho latest news.
Shortly after 8 o'clock last night tho
Uulletln cable I to Manila for any In
formation obtainable. Tho reply ro
celvcd told of earthquakes still contin
uing; of property damage estimated,
ns nearly us such damage could ho es
timated under the circumstances and an
soon niter tho terrible event, amounting
lo Jlull.OuOuOO; o.'-.io known number
of dead In tho doomed city reaching
300; of tho early collapse of tho city
hall; of tho flio which followed the
earthquake still raging,' and of the ter
ror that reigned. The Ilullctln night
extra was tho only further Information
given tho public last night nml since
that time, up to '1:30 o'clock this aftci
noon, no further cabled news has been
received, except that fiom tho Now
York agency of tho Yokohumu Spoclo
Hank, In which thero Is contained noth
LAWTON 18 HELD.
Until communication can ba obtain
ed villi the mainland, tho Naval trans
IKirt I -aw ton will ho held In tills port.
It had been planned for Iter to sail to
lay lor Samoa, hut later It was decid
ed to hold her. While no statement
was made to that effect at the Naval
Stntlon, It Is quite probable Hint the
I-nvvton may bo needed In San Kran
clsco, and by holding her for orders,
she will ho on hand If desired. Olll
claN nt the Naval Station are expect
lug to hear nt any llmo from the Wnr
Department concerning conditions on
NO ORDERS FOR RESTORER.
All rumors to the effect Hint th" ca
ble rhlp Hestoror will go to Snn I'lnu
clsej nre without foundation, for nu or
der have been received yet to Hint
effec'. She will not move without or
ders. JURORS EXCUSED.
Judge Do Holt this morning excused
his Jury until next Monday at tho re
quest of Judge dear. County Attorney
Doiithltt, nnd several of the Jurors,
who all hnvo relatives In Snn Frau
ds! o. The Con it held that during the
strain or tho uncertainty regarding tho
extent of the cntastropho neither
routisel nor the Jurors would bo In tho
proper frame of mind to work.
In tho windows of Kort street busi
ness houses nro pictured of Snn Kran
cIb"o, and before theso assemble
crowds to make some guess nt what
portions of Iho city have suffered from
the earthquake. In the window of
Trer.l & Co. np pears a large view of
San Kranclsco, as In 1900, which n
constant stream of observers view. In
tho window of tho Hnwullan omco Spe
cially Company, n cross tho street, np
pca'a another view of Snn Kranclsco,
as It, 181C. long before tho made-land
Increased Its area.
CABLES AT SENDER'S RISK.
It Is slated today at the cablo office
(hot messages will bo received to bo
Hcnt around tho woild for any point In
tho United States, but all I hose vent to
Calllornla must bo nt tho scidcr
risk. Any cahlesram sent will prob
ahlv bo delayed In transmission for In
ADMIRAL LYONS' CABLE. u
Sectctnry U. II. l'urls of the .Mer
chants' Association this afternoon re
ceived the following:
April 19, 1D0Q.
Sir: In accordance with your le
qucst of this date I have cabled tlio
Secretary of tho Navy, nnd a free trans
lation of my cablegram Is us follows:
Herniary of the Navy, Washington:
Merchants' Association lequests all
possible definite Information catastro
phe. Will pay (aides via Kurope If
II. W. LYON.
Hear Admiral, U. 8. Navy.
BY HENRY OF
Thr five Koreans from Hawaii,
whoso death warrants worn (ilgned yes
terday by the Acting OOvernor, have
hot as yet learned of the fact that on
May 2 they ore to meet their death.
High Sheriff Henry Hinted this niorn
lug that ho Intended to have I lev. Mr.
Wodman, ns well ns a Korean Inter
preter with him when ho btoko tho
novvs, which ho would probably do
some tlmo lodny.
The High Slid III Is nt ptosont plan
ning his nrrungenients for Iho Imaging,
which Is tho biggest event of this kind
tho Territory has ever experienced.
The prisoner will bo hnngeil In threo
relays coming In quick succession, emu
nftei tho other. Tho double trap will
be weil. Klrst two men will bo hung.
As boon as they havo been disposed of
tho next two will bo led out. and when
they are dead tho last mnn will follow
his comrades. Tlio exact hour for tho
hanging has not beer. set. It will bo
between tho hours of 8 u, in. nnd 5
Tl.o wlrelesH methods of communi
cation ato making moro rapid piogress
In Oermnny than elsewhere. A now
stntlon has been established at OIioia
chonvvelde. which will place Ilerlln nnd
Dresden In communication over 11 ills
tnnco of 111 miles. Several other sta
tlonn already exist. Thero nro ro
polls of a project for constructing nt
Nordrelch, n wireless system of long
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c1' Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
R1 per year
Hoy about IS years of ago, Just out of !
school, to learn gtucory buslnesH;
American preretreil. Address W,
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE TAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. GET THE llEST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA iV Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chesls
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT .1JM THE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STRECTS.
We are paying special attention
and In our fully equipped premises
L turn out the best of work.
We make a specialty of palntlnq vehicles and guarantee that all
work entrusted to us will be executed In first-class shape and at mod
The building of wagons, drays and carriages Is aleo undertaken by
us and this department Is supervised by expert carrlagemen.
1 CARRIAGE REPAIR DEPT., Queen
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGA'GE
Wc pack, haul and ship your
goods and save ycu money
Dealers Jn STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage Jn Brick Warehouse,
Tho Uulletln 1 cached -Mr. Nyswnndcr
of the I'. S. Magnctl" Station by tele
phono shortly after noon today The
iccord of tho seismograph for today
has not been developed so that It Is
Impossible to state whether there has
been uny Increased tremor In San Krnn-
cIbco. Mr. Nyuvvundcr In speaking of
the record ot yectcrday eayx that on
complete development the earthquake '
was shown to be n very scvero one. I h
vibrations of the Instrument were so
s.iung that In 11110 Instance the pendu
lum swung beyond the limitations of
the lecordlng slip.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
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Fritz Van Der Lelne (Kotoa), 1; Mist
Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hlng, 2;
Hllo Band, 1; V. Jaeobsen, 1;
E. S. Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn, 3; Joso
J, Roka, l; Miss Alice Weight, 1; C,
Sullivan, 1; Caesar Gomez, 1; H. T,
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1; Edith Tuck,
1; Manl, Vincent, 1; Geo, Brunt, 3;
Mist M, A. Larten, 1; Dr. 8. Jaeger, 1;
Gertrude McCann, 6; J, P. Scully,
4; Ralph Kahn, 14; H. Sil
ver, 3; S. A. Decl, Ewa, 3; J. H,
Kahn, 2; J, A. L. De Fries, 2; May
Guisefeld, 2; Kohala Club, 2; I. a
Dillingham, Jr., 3; Wm. Tim Ke, 2;
Aug. Gomes, 2; Emll Llnderman, Ko
loa, 2; Chinese Athletic Club, 7; Carl
Nelpcr, 2; R. H. Hitchcock, 2; Bill
V. Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
Mrs, Jas. Dougherty, G; Harry Macfar.
Inne, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mac
fi.nane, 2; C. Louis, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
Fritz Fredenberg, 1J H. A. Franson,
2; Louis S. Alves, 1; Joe Vagras, 1;
M. T. Marshall, 1; Wm. Medelroi, 1; J.
M. Perry, 1jF. W. Klebzhn, 1; J. D. Mo
Inerny, 1; Prof. D. Malkal, 1; W. T,
Schmidt, i: Malle Athletic Club, 1;
Mrs. J, E, Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenherg, 1;
Keokl Isenberg, 1; H. 8. Ward, 1;
MIsj Kalal Walau, 176; L. Frcltas, 1;
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rosellne Stone, 1;
Louis Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 7; B.
M, Sumner, 1; Harry 6. Gray, 10; J,
F. Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
Ernest Munlz, 7; Manuel Mu
nlz, 1; Valter Dillingham, 1;
Lum Chlng, 1; R, A. Lucas, 1; John
Perrlardo, 1; Louis Vincent, 12; Manl.
Kakasupa, 1; freddy Rodrlgues, 1;
Chinese Athletic Club, 1; Jno. Botell
ho, 1; Mlta Mary Vincent, 1; Jim Vler
ra, 1; Mlts Mary Gouvela, 4; F. G.
Machado, 1; Billy Hellbron, 1; Miss
VIvj oidt, 2; Jerry Burnlngham, 2;
Joe Tata, 1; Miss Helen Gllhu's, 1;
Mn. Lam Yam, 1; Richard Puhler, 2;
Jane Kalanal, 1; Chong Mee Hlng, 2;
Polly Kalana, 1; W. J. Haryey, 2;
Paul Welnholz, 1; Henry' Hojjan, 0;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 2; Mrs, A. Fernandez,
1; Miss Priscllla Charmcn, 10; Mlts
Hazel Hoffman, 5; Mary Qulntel, 1;
J. M. Theotonla. 1; Morrla An-
1; Dr. McCall, Kahuku. 1; E. 8.
. 7; C. Schwartz, 2; Mlts Bessie!
Bovd. 2: Julia Dlas. 1! nnv.il Rrhnnl I
1! Henry B, Ryan, 1; Tom Farrell, 1;
Mm. Mary Farrell, 1; Jas. McAulllfe,
2; Lum Chlng, 1; Edna Akau, 5; H, L,
Manuwa, 4; Geo, Martin, -3! Bill Hay
(Honomu), 4; Trios. McTlghe, 6; Ed,
uu.inn, 3; miss Gladys P, 8. Sabey
(Pala), 3: Miss
to Carriage and Wagon Repairing
on Queen street are prepared to
Carriage Co., Ltd.
St., bet. Fort and Alakea Sts.
126 Kine St. Phone Main 58
1 1 m s m $
Fresh shipment Just received.
A BEAUTIFUL EIGHT-rOOT ROUND
Top Is 44 Inches across.
Only $1750 Only
Coyne Furniture Co.
HOTEL AND UNION STS.
It Is Cool
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TL. L4- I ,t .
C DCSt Ol everything
ALL STORT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
muu cmua ur Hl-UHUATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway Station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 03.
On Sundays the H.ili-lw.-i I Imltcl r,
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.i
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
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