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B1SMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
. 1ELCPH0NC 226.
BtSMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad
dle Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
Lealil Chapter Regular.
Pacific Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members of tlio
order ii r i' nirillnlly Invlled to nt
tend meetings u local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I (). U l Hull. Tort strict.
II. It. IIHNDllY. Soeretnry.
UI.MHIt i:. SCIIWAll.liniiri. N'.d.
All visiting brothers cry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 n'vlnrk 111 K. of I. llnll. King
rtrect. Visiting lirotlicrs cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WINTHIIHAI), C.C.
!'. WAI.DHON, K.II.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mccla every I'rldny evening nt
K. T. llnll. Kins street, nt 7:30. Mem
ber of Mystic Lodge, No. 2. Win. Mi-
t Klnloy Lodge. No. 8. mid visiting
brothers t-ordlnllv Invited.
k'1 General Business.
;' A. 1). 1IOND. c. c.
j,; a. s. ki:nway. K.n.s.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, D. P. 0. E.
Ilrnolnlii I.oclgo No. G1C, II. 1'. O i:..
will iik-.I In their hall, on Mlllir
nml IleretunU streets, every Friday
Jly order of tlio II. It.
IIAIIUV II- SIMPSON,
It. i:. MUltltAY, i:.rt.
Win M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
MeetH evory Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in K. or 1. Hall, KIiik
street. Visiting brothers lordlally In-YlH-l
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
K. A. JACOHSON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MeetH on tlio L'nil mid till Wr.DNCS
DAY evenings of eaili inonUi nt 7.30
o'clock In K. Of 1'. Hall, KIiik street
Vlbltlnti Haglcs uro Invited to tit
SAM MiKHAHHi:. W.l'.
II. T. MOOItH. W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Metis every first nnd third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd I-'cllows' Ilullilliig, l'ort street, at
7:30 o'llock p. in. A full uttcudauio
Id dished nt every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Moots every 2d und Jill Tucsduy of
eneli month at 7.30 i. in., lu San An
tonio llnll. Vineyard street.
Visiting liiotlieru cordiully Invited
A. K. VIHHItA, C. It.,
M C. I'ACHUCO, 1 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M
MeetH every beieind nnd fourth
'Z7 vI'ItllJAY of eaili muntli In I. 0. 0. 1
Vlslllng brothers cordiully Invited to
W. C. MrCOY. Sncliem.
A V MlMtPIlY, C.ofU.
CUT KINDUNG WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMBRY
P. 0. BXO 1S2. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI,
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Sale Bottled and In Bulk
Hofischlaeger Go,, Ltd.
KINO AND BETHEL STREETS
If you use cheap paint you arc certain
to regret It. Inferior paint is dear at
any price. W. P. FULLER &.
CO. '8 PURE PREPARED
PAINT is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. It looks bet.
ter and Is more durable
than any other nalnt on the
market. The secret of this is
that only the best ingredients
are used In Its "composition and
that they are accurately mixed.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castl Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vies Pres.
J. Waterhouao Treasurer
E E Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial S. Sugar Co,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company,
Another Shipment of
AT 1048 50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO,
P. 0. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
CAMARA & CO,,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREET8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 31S. Union 8L nr. Hotel.
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
lllnnk books of ull rortfl. ledgers
etc., iiiuiiiifnctiireil liy tlio llullutlu Tub.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
QDr a "ne for a week Is the cost of
UUU a Bulletin Want Ad the bene,
fit secured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 centsl
Wblto steam nnlos SJockyds stable.
I'rcsh Jam. 11 mil lb. nt factory, 1SI
Hotel St. l'cnili (Ills week.
The S)mphnny Orilicstrii will liolil
ll regular rehearsal tonight
llttlter iliiirned dally nt tlio Honolulu
D.ilr) men's AhfikI.iIIoii. While I'll.
'I lie steamer Moulin Is reported to
li.ive arrived safely nl Victoria April
April It, Hie harkcntlno lrmgnril
cleared fiom San Francisco for Hono
lulu Neatly furnished rooms nt tlio Pop.
ulnr. JI, tl.GU and t- lcr week. 1211
An American laity would like to Inki
charge of n small lodging house, yea
ml this isue.
The Kihoouir Alnlia, Captain D.ilicl,
tailed from Sail lTancisco for Hono
lulu April 10.
Uabu Idge, No 1. K. of P.. will
meet tonight nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of
P. llnll. King strccL
Tl'cre will be no initiation by Hie
i:iKu HiIh evening on neioiuit of the
Han l-'rmiilsio disaster.
Whitney A: Marsh have a Block of
Hie new llcitlicrhloom fabric, 'lliey
want vim to ask lo uro it.
The Mnkiki Japanese Congregational
rliurili holds toriicrsloiic-la)lug cer
vlies next Sunday lit 3 P in.
'I he Letter Carrier shoo for II.5U hi
mi lilial nil iron ml workman's shoe
Killing, durable anil (Otnforlnble.
I''iiicit ii.itlty Island butter from
Mm. Dnni Yon TeuiiKky's ranch, KuU.
Itaymoiiil Itanli Market. Tel. 401.
The Club Stables Co. Just rirelvid
per Nehrnskati thoroughbred borii'H
Iresh mllcli cohr nml choice rblil.eiii.
The ilancc at O.ilm i-ollcge. l'aiiahl
ball, lo which lnvllalloiiK li.nl been
ivmuil for tonight, has been postponed.
People drink I'rluio beer on nitouiit
of Us Kociilncii and icllablllly. Drink
I'riino and get Into (be best swim go
ing. on inn get n romplelc net of Pop's
writings fur III) at Win. C. l.on Co.,
Ltd . und pay for tlieui on easy Inktall
liieuls. The liarkeiitlno Irmgnrd was cleared
riom San I'r.uiilnrii on the luili Iu3taut
for Honolulu vvllb cargu valued at
Treat jour Iron roof to n coat of
"Arable." There Is no belter preserv
ntlvo made, California l-'ccd Co.
A. II Clark. D.D.S., has an oniie In
Hie lloxlon biiihlliig, loom :ill. (live
li I in ii tilal. 1'IihI dabs vvoik guar
niilred. l'aradlKo of tlio Pacific I'loral Par
nil 3 Number, 52 l'agcx, 15 ccntH,
Wia ped Itendy for Mailing. At ollleo,
The owners of mu Angelus can pro
duie lilnh-i Ian mVlu without any pre
vious knowledge ofibu piano. Hnvvull
nn News Co
Hound for lliemertun. where she will
loon go out of t ijiiiiiiIhhIiiii. the battle
nhli Oregon dei'-irted from San l'r.m
ilmo April 'J.
The IjiiicI CuuimlKsloiier will soon
udurtlxc the opculug of 1,3 liomerleailM
t Keanae. Maul, on the '.O'J ear home
itead li'iiHe plan.
The Hawaiian Trust Co. will ach'lio
Jim frr" of iliaige, as to the piupcr
lig.il way of iliawiug up a will Ha
waii in Ti list Co.
Toinurnm will lie the last opporttin
II) to buy Hliglisli Torchon laics at
IMoiu'h nl up pel sard. Time's uul u
(..real ileal more left.
The steamer HiilcrnrlBC, Cajitaln
Yoiiiigieu. iil'ilved In San I 'nine li.cn
April U fiom llllci. It took her nine
l.i lu make tlio trip.
Jubilee Incubators. Tlio business
machine. Hot watir system, not hot
ulr. Siu them beforo biiyluir. M. W.
MiCliesucy & Sun's, Ltd., ugcnls, Quccu
'I ho dame which has been ndver
tUed by the Paellle UebekaliH for Sat
urday evening. April .1st, lias bun
Mtpoued liiilelinltely. Ticket will bu
good fni later dale.
Antoue 1'cnianclc; draws nltcnllou
to Hie fail that the gie.il Sail l-'run-tlsio
dlsasler ouurieil on the twen
tlclh auulveiH.uv of (be big Hut in tlili
lly. April IS, Ism;, which dcklrojcd
Jl.riiio.uuu of propei ty.
The file dcpailiiu-iit last night ex
tinguished small blares in Hie Kiouoin
bal Ileallh Slore on l'ort street and In
mi iiuoii-iipleil building on Punchbowl
Micct, belonging in M. P. Hohlusoii.
The damage III liolli inscs was hilling
C.iliroiuln will probably not ublp
luuli h to Hawaii for n long time, us
she will need every draught unluinl she
tun la) her liandH on. Thciefoiu tlio
shipment of strong, )ouug mulcx ro
reived by He liiiinuu Carriage Co. In
Hit Nibrubkiiu will bo ipilcl.ly bought
When the signal announcing that
the table tomniunlcatlon bad In en it
c i ililliilicil with Sail rraut'lHio was
In aid. the tllgiilllcd I'uliie Com t Hindu
li Mniupcdc for I lie open ulr. und lu a
few minutes the loom was cuiply.
Com I will probably louveue again tills
afternoon to finish up the work jolt
undone this morning.
In June or July the two largest ships
tlio wm Itl lias ever keen (wlll ho
launched lu linclou, They nre the two
lieu Ciinurd liners which lire being
hulll by tlio tlO.OOO.MM loaued,by the
guv eminent fur Unit purpose. They
will iiii-li lie CO feel longer than uiiy
otlur liner lu Hie world, ami will have
u L'l'ObH tonnage of 23,'MO luuu. They
lilt- expineil In linvel ut li lilllilliliim
spud of 21 knots mi hour. I hey will
have Hiioiiiiiioibitioiis for i!OI)U pasgeu
geis and will entry u new of MKJ men
Nmer before has a ship been built In
suip.iss the (ileal Kaslern in hrcndlh
K. feet, but lliese will liave u Jircacllh
ot fc!i feet. They will bo piovided with
elovntois which wll inpldly Inumporl
i.it.cugi'rs fiom ouo pail ot Hie vef
e to aiiolliei- 'ihey will be lilted In
ii riuinnei Hint cannot be suriasie-d liy
tlm nn ml goigious of luiulorn holds
The saloon will lie lighted by a gieal
dome ciuuncil with u l oof of lathcdiul
glasses you want
made by us will
and guaranteed so.
A. N. 8ANFORD
oston Building, Fort 8L,
over May A. Co.
l-lnwtitljin Iron Pcnco Sr Monument Warka
NEXT TO VOUNO BLDO., 176-180 KINO ST. PHONE 287.
First Cable Report
(Continued from Page 1)
Streets, can't say much of them.
When wc got away yesterday everything looked very bad.
Fire was all south of Van Ness except Hays Valley, which was wiped
The Cable Company can't do any business and there Is no use accent
The staff worked like Trojans, never knowing when their lives might
be taken or they might be left without homes or anything In the world.
Have grub enough for several days and a makeshift tent to sleep in.
I have told you all I know.
As soon as I get further particulars I will let you know.
I think most of the towns In the Stale did not (.urfcr much.
It was just the peninsula that shook so bad, I guess.
There Is no more nevio at this time.
I have been up since the night before the earthquake and I am very
I am going to get a little sleep now.
If there"l$ anything new I will wire you,
Butchertown don't know; haven't heard about It, but as soon as'lt Is
known we have communication, guess we will be swamped. Tomorrow we
should be 0. K. for working here, if can catch staff. Guess they will show
up now; all were here at different times.
Manny Phillips received a cablegram from Mr. Qreene of the San Fran
cisco office, shortly before 3 p. m. It says:
"Lost only office. Everybody well."
Cable From Bremen
Gives Details Of
H. Hackfcld & Co., received the following this morning;
BREMEN, Germany, April ID. A tremendous earthquake has struck
. A fearful conflagration followed.
A great part of San Francisco has been destroyed.
The City Hall has been destroyed.
The business portion of the city has specially suffered.
Chinatown has been destroyed.
Saving other portions of the city is very difficult
All the large hotels and office buildings are In ruins..
The water works and pipe lines wera damaged at the first and the at
tempts to save any part of the city nre met with great difficulty.
Miners' powder Is being used to blow up buildings to check the fire.
All means to check the flames have been exhausted.
The situation In San Francisco Is desperate.
Oakland has been seriously damaged. That city has suffered greatly
from the earthquake.
Santa Cruz, Monterey, Cllroy, Holllster and Santa Rosa have been de
stroyed. Many lives have been lost.
Yesterday tight earthquake shocks continued,
Sprcckels' sugar refinery has been destroyed.
Superintendent Gaines of the Commercial Pacific Cable Co.'s Honolulu
office, has caused the following to be posted in the cable office in the
'To the Public: I received the following from our general manager at
11:05 p. m. April 10:
''McKcnna (our San Francisco superintendent) at hut. Trying to get
a battery to him.'
"This means that we were unable to save our batteries and that New
York Is trying to send him one from the nearest point."
The above lo official. This cable was received by Gaines from New
SAY8 NO CAUSE FOR ANXIETY.
"There Is very little cause for anxiety," says a cablegram from New
York, received thlo morning by Vice President T. B, Reynolds of the United
8tatcs Paper Export Association
Reynolds cabled for news of San Francisco. His mother and brother
are there. His message, was directed to the New York office of the company.
HONOLULU MAN E SCAPED DISASTER.
GLASGOW, Scotland, April 20. To Bishop & Co., Honolulu: Bottom
ley safe 8an rranclsco.
The above) cablo was received this morning from the father of A, W,
T. Bottomley of Bishop & Co. and would show that Bottomlcy had been able
to wire Glabgow from the shaken and burning city.
Few people have not read "The Ra
ven" and "The Bells", by Edaar Al
len Poc, but his wonderful prose
works have only recently begun to be
Poc'a marvelous Imagination has
originated many splendid short stor.
Ici which have been the Inspiration of
many more recent writers.
Dr. A. Conan Doyle, for Instance,
aemlts uoing Poe's "Dupln" as the
model for his "Sherlock Holmes."
If you want to get a glimpse of
Mora great genius get a set of his
SET, beautifully bound.. .$10.
SET, more elaborate ,...$15.
Sold on easy payments.
Win. G. Lyon Go.
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs,
Entrance on Hotel street.
8AFES, IRON FENCE
For ! Battery
Telegraphers At Work
In Burned District
The following notice was posted In the window of the cable office at
10 o'clock this forenoon:
"The following received from the New York office via Manila: 'Oakland
expects to open office In the burned district today. City destroyed. Mes
sages will only be delivered to applicants."
The presumption Is that this refers to the destruction of San Francis
co, and mention of the burned district rather nullifies the sweeping con
clusion that might be drawn from the phrase t'clty destroyed." In other
words, the great destruction that has been wrought In the business section
of San Francisco, has been, caused by fire. Supposedly the men 'of the
Commercial Cable Company's Oakland office are. at-work endeavoring to
connect up on the site of their old headquarters.
In view of the lerruilc late that lnc
overtaken Sail I'ranilsco, the follow
ing clippings from the latest coast llliu
have slgiilflinucc when natural phe
nomena nre considered ns co-rclnllre.
A tornado, nn electric storm, heavy
inlns nml rlsln;: rherd, followed by a
til rifle eiiilbqiiiike elinnct bo passed
over with ordinary Interest.
Tlio prophesy of chilling continents
In tlio Katftern hemisphere comes with
lometlilng of iliendfiil humor, when It
Is realized tint the prophet "had an
other guess coming," and that guccs
v.ag stricken Han Francisco.
Vancouver, 11. C, April 9. A tor
nado deslio)cd the Haiti Wilson cnl
iiioii cannery at ltlvers Inlet, on the
northern must of lliltlsh Columbia, on
l-'i Iil.iy, news of the cyclone lenrliluli;
Ibis city today. The tornado struck the
tannery building early In the morn
ing and hi ninety tciomla nut a stick
was left standing. Heavy timbers
wero muttered like chaff. The nicn
ciiiplo)cd at tlio cannery camped In
jury. The properly loss was about
:: :: u
lleihllng, Cal., April 10. A sevcio
ileitrleal storm Is liiglug tonight hi
nil ilhcrllons from Redding. This city
seems the icnler of the ilrcle. To llic
east, hi the .Mlllviile seitlon, Hie Mono
Ih pjitleularly severe. Tim vivid light
ning Hashes, tccn plainly from here,
.jriu u spectacular display.
1.0s Angeles. Apiil 9. Itoports re
icUcfl beiu today statu that tliu Colo
rado llivcr la rising again nn n lesult
of reieut heavy rains and that floods
uru icsultlng In foine scitlons. At tlio
new town of Cilcxlcu mid sellciueuU
niross Hie Mexliau' border the situa
lion is icporlcd EciioiiB. A luibtllv
iinslrniti'il lev co Is nil that now- staii'lJ
bclwicii tlio town and the river, which
H viry high ut that point. Oops-In
Hie vlilully have been b.tdly damaged
Mid I he b'oulbcren Pniille trucks uro
laid lo bo under wiilir, although btill
New York, April S. Tlio people of,
Hurope liavo tciirci-ly recovered from
tlio shot I; cauccd by the accident nt
Courrleres, Trainc, when news ionics
fiom Ccrianny to tlio effcit that the
director ot tlio;' llcrlln Oliservulory
lluils by meteorological 'mid other In
vestigations, that the, terrible initio ills-
usler wis connected with peculiar at
mospheric londltlous existing- nt the
present 1 1 mo throughout. Km ope, nnd
that as a lesult thci whole crust of tlio
o it til In tbo IJastem lionibililiere Is
threatened with latach suite change:.
Hint may involve tbo destructloji of
lllllll n I Illllliwilllu
Such ills-liters ns the i)no that oc
curred ut Courrleres, predicts, this fieri
nan astronomer, may bu expected lu
oicur again hi tbp near futtiio hi any
part of tbo ill-fated Kasteru henils
I here, and till kinds of illro forcbodlig3
uro naturally being Indulged hi by our
Huiopcan eoiHlns ns ii loiiscquciiio of
tlio Impending ruin.
lu the hlstoiy of milling In Huropc
theio has been no disaster showing
fancli startling featuies mid m.uKcd by
such wholesale fatalltlis us this one
oeeiiirlug hi l'lance about n month
ego. Tbo Courrcrlcies mines uro hi
the uiliUt of tlio grcut loaMlcbls of
l-'rame und nro very extensive.
"It Is dlllleiill to sec," said Professor
J 1' Kemp, of tbo depaitmcnt of geol
ogy hi Columbia University, ib)CiisslnK
tl.o subject, "Judging liy tbo data that
lias, readied us. vtfcy tbo dhccUir of tliu
liirini university, enptiiii take such a
gloomy view of llio fate of Kuropc hs
tbo result of the Couriered mine ells
cstcr. Scientists In this country, so far
as I know nre unaware, or nny Impend
ing cntastiopbe. duo to cMstlng mct
itiiulnglcal or geographical lomlltlor.j
HircntcntiiB llio vvclfaie ot our Huio
Joiuiuln Joso Andrnilo has Hied mi
application for a Mil ilnss llcpior llccme
ut Alumina. Ilainalcua. Hawaii. Any
protests ngiuiut the Issuance of tills
license should bo lllc-d 111 (Ills, nlllce by
Monday, May 7. HJUli.
A. J CAMI'liniX,
Tieasiuer Tenlmiy of Hawaii.
I'lcnsurer's ullke, Honolulu, Ami!
17, lilOC. liJIOl-Ut
BY BABBITT IN
Tlio Hoard of l'diicallon held n reg
ular meeting yesterday afternoon, at
vhlch Superintendent llnbbltt mid
Commissioners Mrs. Jordan, .Mrs. Wil
cox and W II. l'arrlngton were pres
ent. Tbo first business done was the
j consideration of Ibc recommendations
of the Teachers' Committee, which wero
wprpoved. They were ns follows:
'lbat leave of absence asked for by
Mrs. Lennox be granted.
That leave of Miss Nina J. Adams
That appointment of Mies ltoso Kan
tiamano to Itoyal School be approved.
That appointment of .Miss Cpuvcla to
Wnlalua School bo approved.
That Miss Kawulnui bo not trans
ferred from Wulalim to Mncniac school.
That Mies Nielsen's appointment lo
Wiilpaliii at $33 n month bo approved.
That leave of ahsenco bo granted
j Mis. Aunhii, nnd that I). II. Kahaulv-
no be appointed substitute.
.Miss Hllen II, Ukknell wrote ntklng
Hint she be granted a leave ot nbiencu
from June 1 lu order that she could nt
lend tlio llcrkcley summer school. This
Mrs. 8 II. Harry naked to bo trans-
fcircd from Wulliiku to llnknlnu,
where her sister was located, as her
I husband was going away. She unlit
the was now pleasantly located at Vnl
Uukit. This rcinnik Ih significant, ns
' Vlrii llii.rv iiru .i.ia if tti.i lid ii-l tin lu
In the famous campaign of tbo Cope
lands against the Harrys, which took
placo during tbo Davis regime. This
was referred to tlio Teacher's com
mittee. Miss Hazel Hoffman nsked torn leavo
of absence from Juno 8, as she wished
tu attend tlio convention ot her lollego
fraternity In Washington. It vyas ilo
clded that she lould be granted this
leave, but that she must provide u sub
Babbitt brought up tbo matter of
having the regular pupils of the High
Kihnol pay CO cents nml tlio oiilsld
pupils $1 a month for tlio use of type
writers hi the commercial depart
ment, as was ilnne In many schools
lu tlio Hast. It was thought that tlicro
b) the material used mid wear and tear
on machines would be paid for. It was
In no sense a tuition fee. On motion
by Knrihigton Hils was done.
I ltabbltl said ho wuuld liko to mulct!
kcvcrnl changes In tlio matter ut exam
inations for levellers, principally lu re
gard to en dlls for the varldus subjects,
llahbltt suggested selecting soma
leathers to net on llio examination
Lommlttce nnd lull them together to
discuss tbo matter. Ho thought that
each paper shuuhl bu made to represent
n basla ot 1UU per tent. Ho thought
that several reforms wero needed In
Ibis Hue. He went through several ot
tbo papers ot questions given Inst year
mid pointed out iiudesliublo feat urea
In them, l'arrlngton supported tlio re
forms, but Mrs. Jordan mid Mrs. Wll
(ox seemed rather to favor the method
llnbbltt said bo had vvllb help from
Mr. King nnd Mr. Wills turned Imn
tlio Public Works Department plans foi
ii number of schools. It was tlio plan
to udvertlio for bids for nil the schools
ut ouee, us this might cheapen llio
work. The II Ho High School was to
bo built of wood as-lhe.blcls on cement
construction had loino too high.
One of tlio first cables that will bo
tent to Sun Krnnclsco, whenever tlm
system Is In a condition lo reecho reg
ular biibluess, will bo a inblegriim from
tlio local lodge of Clglcs to the Hail
rraiiciscci lodge ot Kaglcs to llni effect
Hint llio loeiil brothers subscribe flvu
hundred dollars to help llio unfortun
ate brethren of tliu prostrated city.
The wording of the cable sent, via
Kurope, to tlio Collet lor of Customs of
San Krauclsio, by tlio local custom
houbc emplojes, at their own expense),
Is, as follow. "Siiiia sympathy. Can
wo do mi) thing? cport fully loss ot
llfo, property, shipping, etc."
Tlio local HIIih have postponed tber .
banipiot, which was , to' have taken
place Saturday evening, becauso ot Hie
San Kraui'lsci) disaster.
Wong lion, Wong Hock Yeo, TonK
'J'hlK und Cliuug Cheung, the Jour Chi
nese chin gcd with conspiracy to vlonM
the luimlgiiitlou laws, this morning
llli'd n demiirier to their Indictment
before .Indue Dole. Argument on .Him
vlemiiuer was set for nnxt Monday,
Mokunhl and Mnleka, Kahoohuln, tin
Hnwull.iu couple, each of whom Is
i bulged mi u Bcpaiatu liiillctmciit for
lilgamy, enlered pleas of not Kiity.
'I heir cases wero loiilluucil for tbf
term und lliey wero uleasid on bunds
of VM caih.
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