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Vol.. XV J II No 3307
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WJSDNKSDAY. APRIL 25, IBWI
Pmou 6 Or.NTS
Ship George Curtis
In Collision While
Leaving 8an Francisco
SECOND MATE KILLED AND CAPTAIN HURT
Cant I c & C'ooko received n, cable
gram thin morning announcing Unit
tlio ililp tlenrgo Curtlrt, In leaving Snn
rrnnelxio IIiIh morning wild n cargo
of general mcrclmmllsu culliilcil with
Tho uccnnd inatb wan Killed mid
Captain Kelly seriously Injured.
The vessel im seized by the nultior
Wen. hut the ilniniigo to the ship Is
small and nhcwlll prulnldy proceed
an scon as hond Is put up for her ro
"Tlio Rurtlg lmd tho car no of tho
(Icrnrd C. Tidicy, which had to put
bnck xnnm tlmo ngo." snld Mr. flllinHti
I this morning, Hpeaklng of tho mailer
'In the freight Is one hundred Jonn of
rail j for tho Onhu Hallway extension,
which tho railway pcnpla arc nwnltlng
with some Impatience, I doubt If tho
delay will ho norloim."
nncouragliig reports hao been re
c eh ed by AiIIiik llovcrnor All.liitou
icgnrdltig tho MmIoKiiiih, 'the reports
(Oino from the Maine Hugar Co., which
vv.w at lint Inclined to look upon tho
experiment an n total f.illiire. Now tho
plantation people leport that tho work
of the Moloknus has Improved thirty
"I hno heard from tho pl.mtnlloii
people," H.ijit AtkliiKon thU forenoon,
"Thry my that Iho work of tho Molu
knug linn I m leaned thirty per cent.
'"Iho reason why ninny people vvcio
Inclined to think that tho Importation
of Moloknus had been n fillurc, wiih
because (he romtuiiulty scheme fallen
to work." loiitinued Iho Acting lluv
ernor. 'Troin the very llrnt ve dlil not
think much of tlio community Idea and
tried to dlsiourago It. Tho Moloknus
had an Idea Hint they would work t licit
lands on a communistic basis, hut thnt
kind uf thing does not work with
American ideas. In tho meantime their
land has been cut up In luls for each
lamlly and they will bo aide to fill 1 1
nlo It satisfactorily in that manner
"I Intend to ko to Kauai tomorrow
nlRht, au I promised tho Moloknus to
ro over and nco them and talk mut
ters over with tnein. As n mntlcr ot
fuel I Intended to go last weck.but was
not utile to do so. 1 expect to return
TODAY II OAKLAND
.V, 0, Irwin &. Co., agents, this foie
liouu lecclved word tluougli the local
tnblo iifllco that tho O. 8. 8. Alameda
nrrlvcd at Oakland at 10 o'clock this
Tlio mesingo would Indicate thnt tho
cbscI vlns uiinblo to duck at tho usual
plain, Icr 7, Han Francisco.
Tho bark l'nctolus wilt probably sail
for i:ieelo this uftornoou,
"I hopo that Honolulu nnd the Ha
wallan Islands will not oerdu this re
lief fund matter" slid II. II Paris to
n Dullelln representative today
"Hfty thousand dollars Is enough
nnd sufficient as our share of nld to the
situation until wo know inoro Is need
ed. Charity Is ono of the easiest things
In tho world abused nnd as n commun
ity we should not In Iho excited rush
to offer help, go ho)ond our meono
when wf have troubles of our own .it
"C'ontrltiutlor.n linvo been larRc from
nil over the Htntcs nnd It In ery evi
dent tli.it aniplo means will ho forth
coming to meet all public distress. I
don't believe In over subscribing to tho
enormous fund thai wo have reason to
bcllcvo already cxUts,
"We may hao further rails and then
could not meet them "
Tho fato of Frank Johnson, the mur
derer uf little Simon Wharton, who
was jester day sentenced to bo bunged
now 1C8U In tho hands of Acting liov-j
ernor Atkinson, unless Atkinson
commutes the hcutcncv of tho Court
nothliiR can savo Johnson, nnd under.
Iho circumstniiccii it Is of courso ex-!
trcmcly unlikely that Atkinson will1
nee his pnrdonliiR power.
According to tlio law I here, snail nl
wa) Intcivciio at lent forlr ell.t
hours between the scuUucn and execu
tion. No capital punishment shall bo
Inflicted until tho warrant has been
signed by tho Governor. Judgo Itobln
ton yesterday sent Iho following notl
Ikalloii uf tho mailer lo Atkinson:
llonorablo A. I C. Atkinson, Aitlng
Uovcinor, Territory of Ilnwull,
Sir- I have tho honor to Inform joii
that tho llonorablo W. J. Itoblncon,
'I'll I id Judgo of tliu Circuit Court of Ihu
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of II..
wall, liaa this day linpoaed tho follow -Iiir
JiulKiuent mid sentence on Frank
Johnson, lonvlcted of murder In the
klrsl degrco uu tho "01 h day of April
A. 1), lliOii, by the unanimous crdkt
of a Jury duly empaneled mid sworn
to try tho Issues Joined In tho raso of
tho Territory of Hawaii vs. Kianl;
"11 Is tho Judgment nnd sentenro or
this Court, that ou, Kiuuk Joluuoiu
fchnll suffer tlio punlslimunt of death In
tho manner provided by law." (A copy
of which Judgment and sentence lb in
M. T. 8IMONTON,
Clerk Circuit Court, First Judicial Circuit.
In Iho Circuit Court uf tho First Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Territory of llnwnli va. Frank John
sou Murder First Degree.
This Is lo certify Hint tho following
Is a full, true and lorrect copy uf tho
judgment and scnteniu imposed on tlio
defendant In tho aliovo entitled cuubc
by tho Honorable W J Itoblnsou,
Third Judgo of the Circuit Court of tho
(Continued on Parje Z.)
K Mliasliltn, n Japanese, was sen
tenced to nlnci months In prison today
in the l'ollc'Court for disposing of
two Japanese national bonds of 100
jen each, belonging to n man named
Fugl, who came from San Francisco In
February lo buy a wlfo In Honolulu.
I'ugl hud been induced by MlynshUn
lo turn over to tho latter Ihreo bonds,
of IHO en each, nnd with this money
ho hud proniisod to purchiiho for I'ugl
n wife, lie h:u told the latter, nci end
ing to tho evidence brought out In
court, that it was necessary lo have
me money in order to mnl.e the woman
know that ho was n man of means.
When Fugl fnlleil In get the wife, ami
Iho money wan not returned to him, he
began to mnko Inquiries, nnd found
tliatg two of tho bonds, representing a
total value In American money of
I'.hi ig, had been cashed in u local hank
When ho went to Mlvnshlta fur Infor
mation a fight resulted, and tho mat
tcr was taken Into comt.
Tho Honolulu Plantation Co. has
filed n demurrer In the damage suit
filed ugalnst It by l)r J. 8. Mctlrcw,
on tho grounds thnt (ho lomplalnt does
not state suniclcnt fuels to toustltuto a
cause of action.
Tho Supervisor meet nt 7:30 o'clock'
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which Is absolutely fire-proof,
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Delay a Week
FOR MARE ISLAND
(Attwlnlril l'rr$ Biirciul Cnblt)
OAKLAND, Cal., April 25, -1.20 P. M President Roosevelt lias recom
mended the appropriation of $1,300,000. for the Mare Island Navy Yard.
Laying Railroads To
Clear Away Wreckage
f.Llool.llril J'rna ,S';.rrlil Ciihlt)
OAKLAND, Cat., April 25. The Coioner estimates the dead from the
earthquake and fire will reach 1,000. Many bodies are In the ruins and
three hundred have beei;f be rled.
One of the gruesome features of the disaster has been the Inability to
reach tho bodies before wandering dogs h.id mutilated them. The beasts
have been shot whenever possible.
The Insurance companies' estimate of the loss Is $300,000,000. with half
this amount covered by Insurance.
Doctor Devlne, head of the Rrrl Cross, has arrived and is acting with
the authorities. All refugees are being cared for. There Is plenty of food
and temporary shelters aro being rapidly erected.
There Is no danger of an epidemic as the debris and garbage are being
rapidly removed. Thousands of men are at work In the burned section
laying railroad tracks through the city to aid in the work of clearing.
Ruins are being dynamited.
Tho relief fund is near ten millions of dollars and supplies are coming
In frcm everywhere.
The street cars are resuming In the passable streets.
Every day has been declared a legal holiday.
Troops are assisting In preserving order.
Report Only 300 Dead
OAKLAND, Cal., April 25. The General Committee has declared that
the dead will number only three hundred.
Frame shelters for four thousand refugees have been built In Golden
Physicians and trained nurses refuse all compensation for their serv
ices. Railway headquarters remain in San Francisco at the Ferry building.
The tower of the Ferry building Is leaning, and workmen are now en
gaged in removing it.
It Is believed that half a million dollars will restore the St. Francis Ho
tel. There Is abundance of lumber In the city,
Governor Carter Safe
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25.
To ATKINSON, Honolulu: 10:23 A. M.
Safe at Del Monte Hotel.
Acting Governor Atkinson received the above from Governor Carter
early this morning. The Del Monte Hotel Is at Monterey beach, Monterey
was one of the California towns to be first reported shaken by the earth
quake. Later reports confined serious damage outside of San Francisco
to Sun Jose and Santa Rosa. Governor Carter has managed to connect
with San Francisco and notify Hawaii of tils safety.
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EXTRA 3:15 P. M.
CUiorlalol 1'rrti hit(lal Cnblt l
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25, 5:10 P. M. The conditions along all lines
ate much Improved,
Sanitation Is being systematized and there Is very little sickness.
The retail trade Is being resumed rnd commodities are being cold at
figures below the prices prevailing before tho fire. This Is under order of
the authorities and violators of the price schedules will be punished by the
confiscation of their goods.
A meeting of the civil and military authorities was held today, and It
was agreed that the Army should undertake tho distribution of feod sup
plies at the fifty-eight stations of sslf-conttltuted committees.
Vigilante guards will lie tieated ha Ivctcrs. -The mllllla will nst be-wlth
drawn. Cleaning the city is going forward and rehabilitation has commenc
ed. This will take a long time.
Supplies have come from the whole country and relief funds aggregate
four millions of dollars.
The water supply has been Improved and electric lighting and car ser
vice resumed In some sections.
In a few days some of the telephones will be In operation.
The telegraphic service Is Improved.
The sailing or steamers for the Orient Is delayed about a week from
San Francisco Now
To Rebuilt City
OAKLAND, Cal., April 25, 4;I0 P. M. The latest estimate of the dead of
San Francisco Is from 3,000 to 10,000. No estimate has yet been made of tho
There Is an abundance of food, and no serious sickness has arisen among
The Government officers are today taxing money from the mint to re
lieve the financial stringency.
The Merchants' Exchange will be restored and the work of rebuilding
the city will begin Immediately,
Newspapers Issuing at Oakland are preparing to replace their plants, or
ders having already been placed with leading manufacturers.
The public schools will be reopened as soon as possible In tents erected
to take the place of school buildings.
The Citizens Relief Committee and the Red Cross have combined their
forces and are disbursing funds and distributing food and supplies,
Oakland and other cities near by are crowded with refugees.
ANOTHE R SHOCK.
In a bulletin posted up on the window of the cable office, It Is stated that
another slight shock was felt In San Francisco this afternoon, 3:15, Coast
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