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HONOLULU. TKUWTOIIY OF HAWAII. AIOKDAY. AIMIIL 23. 11)0(5
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SAN JOSE, April 23, 4:29 p. m. BULLETIN, Honolulu: All ttudenta
of Notre Dam Colege are tafe andwell.
' No one Injured In late earthquake.
(Signed) Studenta from Honolulu.
The following tpeelal cablegram
celvrd by the Bulletin at 2:15 p. m. I
OAKLAND, Cal., April 23. The e
co Is destroyed by the earthquake an
It covera the district north of M
'Side to Twenty-fourth street.
BIG HOTEL AL
The Palace, Fairmont and St. F
tela are gone,
The Pottolflce, U. S. Mint and Ap
The Insurance lota Is estimated a
Loss of life from 600 to 1000.
TO REBUILD CI
City will be Immediately rebuilt.
Newspaper ptanta destroyed.
Prompt relief from other cities. N
' GENERAL FUNS
Martial law prevails under Gener
Tree transportation for the destl
The financial situation Is well In
Fire Chief Sullivan Is dead.
Over $1,000,000. has been receive
frn mthe Oakland Enquirer was re-
t was filed In San Francisco at 4:40
ntlre business portion of 8an Francis-
d the fire that followed.
arket to Van Ness avenue and South
rancls and all the other Important ho-
pralsers buildings are standing.
TY HALL AT ONCE.
TON I NCOMMAND.
tute Is being furnished.
N FOR RELIEF.
d for the relief fund.
NEVADAN TO 8EATTLE.
Ceneral Freight Agent C. P. Mor:e, of the American-Hawaiian Steam-j
ship Co., this afternoon received a cablegram to the effect that the 8. S.J
Ncv.idan, which was In San Francisco at the time of the earthquake, ad
vertised to sail fiom that port for Honolulu on May. 3d, has been ordered
to Seattle and will sail thence on May 2d for this port direct.
This vessel has large cold storage space.
Merchants here will avail themselves of this opportunity to get goods
Bankers And Governor
Relief Fund Committee
Tlio Uxrcutlvo Conunl'tco of tlility
mcmlH'rn appointed by Acting Govern- j
or AtkliiKon to look nfti'l' Hip relief of
lio Hnn Kraiiclftc n Biiftcrern, met In
tin1 cxiK'iitlvp cliatnlii'r thin forenoon.
Tliuy Holcttitl (mm tliclr number tlin
following executive, committee, which
will h.nn full clmrK" of tlin matter:
ActliiK (inventor Atklnnon, chairman;
S. M. Damon, K, 1. Spalding, I.. Tenney
I'l-r-l.-, C. iX. CooUo nnil M. Klnlil.
Attliig (lovenior Atkinson railed
tlin meeting to order. He nnlil It wim
or no imo lo uny much of Hi" illKUHter.
Il I. ail lieen askvit liy tlio Cliamlivr of
Coinniereo and the MerrlinntH' Ahko-
Hiirlutfon to tolled ftinilB for Ilia re
.lief of I ho Hlrleliun city unil ho needed
Mho help of tlio IjiisIih-hs cominnnlly.
Ilo had railed tlio meeting In order
Hint wnyH and inonnri for collecting
(iiiuIh mlglit bo toniddereil, and culled
(or iiiKKi'Mloni from those present.
K. I). Tenney ngrced with Atlilumm
that It wan iielcns to iIIhoiisk tlio ilirf
,UHter niul ltd cITectH. It wus (ho com
mon dcHlro to help tlio community of
.San 1'rnnclRCO nnd to nld tlio thott-
Hunilc who wcro without homos and
without support. Tliu matter of rais
ing a fund nnd Its expenditure could
.well he left In the linnils of a few till-
zpih, who wero well quallflcd to act.
Ho would thereforo move that a com
mittee of nvo lie appointed to net In
,a flnanrlal and advisory committee,
nnd lie designed Its meinliors to ho ns
follows: Acting (lovernor Atkinson,
rhnlrman; S. M. Damon, IJ. I. Sp.ild
Ins. I.. Tenney IVrfc anil C. M. Coohi'.
The whole hinder fdiould he placed In
thelt liamlM, with power lo upiolnt
RiiliconimltieeK to tolled money, etc.
Tlili would lio tlio quickest, shortcut
nnd licsl way.
(1(0. V. 8mlth seronded Hie motion,
nnd said that there could ho no con
flict In tlio raising or funds. The
fuiiili raised liy the Cliamhor of Com
merce, tlio Merchants' Association,
niul all other collections could liu
turned over to this committee.
Tlio motion made by Tennoy wns
placed heforo tlio meeting liy Atkinson
(Continued on Page S.)
Japanese Vice Consul K. Mat.
subaru yesterday afternoon re-
eelved the following cable from
Japanese Consul Uyeno, San
"As a result of the recent
earthquake here there are about
ten thousand Japanese In San
Francisco who have lost every.
-I- thing and who are suffering from
starvation hungry and thirsty,
Relief Is at once requested." -5-
The Vice Consul here sent back
I- this cable message:
"Considering current rumor
4 here that there are sufficient sup.
piles of food In 8an Francisco, It
4- is to be wondered why the Jap-
4- anese only are In such a distress-
Prominent Japanese here met
9- at the Consulate this morning and
4- discussed the matter of relief and 4
4- as a result there will be held a 4-4-
mats meeting this evening at the
Japanese Primary School on Nu- 4-4-
uanu street to discuss sending re. 4-
lief from here.
4- The Vice Consul this morning 4-
4- sent a cable to the Japanese Con- 4-
4- sul at San Francisco asking de-
4- tails of what appear to the Con- 4-4-
sul here to be strange and pecu- 4-
4- liar conditions. 4
4-4 4- 4-4-4- 4-
n, I). Tenney received the (oIIowIiik
"(icorga I. Castle and family nrc
well and wltU Vcrnun Tcuney nt Ala
mriln. "Crockett Heflnery uot affected.
Western Uellnery IntucL
"No dm at Tactile Moll docko, The
(Continued on Page 4.)
IN ABSOLUTE RUINS
To spend money on clothes
of unproven merit Is to squan
Reliable clothes quality Is nol
made by glowing advertlso
CONSIBT8 IN GETTING THE BEST CLOTHES AT RIGHT PRICES,
8UCH OARMENTS A8
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN
MADE IN NEW YORK
Covernor Atkinson this afternoon received the following cablegram
from General Funston:
"NO RELIEF NEEDED."
The Interpretation of this is believed to be that there Is no Immediate
suffering or demand for funds. It dot t not follow, however, that San Fran.
Cisco will refute funds. Pateron,,fl. J at the lime of Its great fire re
sponded to offers of assistance that It was able to take care of Its own peo
ple. This was not done In a spirit of resentment, but rather of confidence
In its recuperative power. The work of soliciting funds Is going forward and
under any clrcumstanc.es Honolulu will have the funds ready for use should
they be needed, a they probably will be, for relief purposes.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 23. 10:30 a. m. (Service cablet MeAHee. the
weather man, says the disturbances a re over In his opinion. Strong north
west wind. Dar rising. The lose of life will not exceed BOO.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23, 9:48 a. m (Service cable) Nothing new
mi morning, oianca raining during me nignt. Now raining. Good deal
discomfiture in parks. Absolutely no other news this morning.
Up to the present time, the president of the Bankers' Association claims
that alt bank vaults, and consequently the money and papers In them, are
The Insurance people promise payment In full of all losses by fire.
The city and state authorities are working In conjunction with General
It Is said that the reconstruction of the Mills building will be begun at
once, but It will be months, before the city can be cleared of even the debris.
SHIP8 CARRYING SUPPLIES ARE HELD.
A cable was received In the city to the effect ttiat there were no notable
people killed in the earthquake or fire.
Half a dojen wharf shedv collapsed, and no ships carrying supplies are
allowed to leave the harbor at present.
Otherwise tho shipping of the port has not been disturbed.
Largest Stock In the City -f
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.J, rrom which to make selections. X
j- "Old Reliable Furnltur House." 0
K YOUNG DUILDINO.il!
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd,.
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor, Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
The CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN, MADE IN NEW YORK,
are equal to the to-order-tallorod garments In everything but the price.
We have proven this to moro than a thousand men let us prove It to
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TEL. MAIN 25. COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
Many think that because their prop
erty Is small, there Is no use In mak
ing a Will. This Is the best reason In
the world for making a Will. If you
are a married man with no children
and die without a Will, your wife gets
only one-half of your property.
We are willing to advise you, free
of charge, as to the proper legal way
of drawing up a Will,
The total property loss In the cataclysm will probably foot up five hun
dred millions of dollars.
There has been no rioting, and very little looting and all offenders are
shot down Instantly by the troops who are guarding the city.
The City Hall has been completely demolished, and the Mayor has estab
lished temporary headquarters for the city government at the Presidio.
Congress appropriated one million dollars for a relief fund on Thursday,
and an additional million on Saturday,
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23, 3:23
P. M. The wharves are unharmed be
tween Market atreet and the Pacific
Mall dock. North of Market the
wharves are damaged. Five hundred
bodies have been officially Interred.
Many probable private burials. De
tails of deaths are Impossible to get.
Fire Chief Sullivan Is dead from
earthquake Injuries. Herbert Tilden,
millionaire merchant, shot and killed
by vigilantes while doing relief work.
Looters are killed instantly.
' The State militia and 3,000 Regulars
havi been caud out.
' The civil government Is controlling
pit movements or military.
All leading banks are burned, but
the mint Is undamaged,
' There Is an abundance of coinage,
but banks will not resume business
for thirty days.
1 San Jose and Santa Rosa the only
'towns seriously injured.
One hundred have been killed at
Southern California Is unharmed.
The State militia will be withdrawn.
No supply steamers are permitted
Two hundred thousand people are
homeless and camping In the parks.
Thousands of refugees are depart
ing for the Interior.
' The earthquake destroyed the water
mains and the firemen were helpless.
There was much dynamiting of
I Fire immediately followed the earth
quake and burned for four days, con
suming the entire business district
and three-fourths of the residence sec
itlons were wiped out.
I The Western Addition and the re.
mote suburbs only remain,
I Relief is pouring In from all sources.
The loss Is $300,000,000; Insurance
j We have just received a shipment of j
f STRAW HATS
All of the latest Styles and best Quality 1
L. B. KERR & Co. Ltd.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23, 10:06 a. m. To ATKINSON, Honolulu:
Notify all that individual Inquiry Is extremely difficult and slow. People
are widely scattered. Many have left the city.
All existing public service Is absolutely uncertain and under strictest
ALL INQUIRED FOR ARE SAFE.
Am confident, however, from personal experiences that all Inquired fcr
are perfectly safe and well provided for.
Cable office located at the Deach Is little known and difficult of access,
requiring military and police passes and much walking.
NOTICE TO HAWAIIANS.
The following notice Is being widely published:
"All Hawaiians please communicate with E. A. Fraser, 535 Ashbury St.,
8an Francisco. Will send any cable messages free of charge and provide for
any necessity. Opening headquarters hem and at Oakland."
STUDENT HANNA IS KILLED.
Stanford University In absolute ruins. Student Junior Hanna and nng
other student and engineer killed.
The China landed her passenger at Oakland on Friday,
ALL SHIPPING IS SAFE.
All shipping Is safe. Usual San Francisco supplies Is your problem. All
parts of the city in Indefinite darkness. No gas or electricity. All cookhrj
in the streets.
EVERYBODY CHEERFUL AND GAME.
Cable general order on the steamship companies for transportation.
Everybody cheerful and game.
Navy To Jhe Rescue
President Roosevelt has ordered the entire Pacific Squadron to San
Francisco to assist In the relief work.
At midnight a blaze started at the corner of O'Farrell anl Jones streets,
and was carried sweeping toward Telegraph Hill, destroying the St. Francis
Hotel In Its way.
The firemen, the city police, the regular ooldlers and the militia fought
bravely against the conflagration until Thursday night, when the fire was
finally got under complrtte control.
The Una) stand of the (ire fighters was made at Van Ness avenue, where
Mayor 8chmltz ordered several entire blocks dynamited In order to check
the advance of the destruction. These blocks destroyed stood along the east
side of the avenue.
Neither the Risdon nor the Union Iron Works, nor the sugar refineries
Fire Is AUOnt Now
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23, 9 a.m. (Service cablcJFIre Is all right
now. Absolutely out. Military and everybody clearing streets of debris.
Cars running part of Market street. Started building Mlllo building. Very
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Just Opened a fine collection of
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