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THE BULLETIN'S NEW PRESS PRINTS A LIFE-SIZE PAPER AT ONE IMPRESSION
jj ONE VOTE FOR J
fl THE CVENINQ BULLETIN f
Z, S2000 PRIZE C0NTE8T.
fl THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1906,
B. This vote It good for three week! "
H from date. f
Frem San Francisco:
Alnmed.-i Muy 4
Tor San Francttco:
Unite Mny 1
Alameda ... Muy !)
Moana .May G
Muheno May 2
NO OTHER PRESS IN THIS CITY CAN
HONOLULU TKUKITOUY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. A1MITL 'JO. l9U(i
Vol. XvlII No 08
Pkiob B Oi:nth
ST. LOUIS' 303,063
Leads And Sets
NEW MARK IN REOS
PURSER FRIEL TAKES ADVANCE STEP
The ones down llio list mniln thn
(tmiiKPS this t(tk.
Tliv cutlniRlnstn of the St. I.nuls
Alumni AEsail.iliiiii liao held their
(jmi at the head (if the contestants lof
thi) lliilletlii Itco hut comparison will
kliiiw th:il they did mine healthy nl
Iiir In order to Rtay there. They have
niied tho three hundred thousand
lnuik and Ket n new pace for those who
Co. 1) has not heen Blow. Tho llllo
boys cast mer twenty-ona thousand
Mlei and theiehy hold a wry comfort
iil.lo lead out their next anUiKOlllst,
Admlial Ueckley's forces cast lesx
than four thotii.ind hallotH of nil kind'
hut there Is a faint suspicion that thry
sie holdliiK their furies In check for
the time heliiK to take n general Hurcy
of tho Hltuatlou to get n new hold,
1'llel of the Milium I.na went up a
few iiumheiH this week and now tru
Is In the first company. There wern
other idvnmcH alcniK the lino hut th
grnernl tenor of the situation Is steady
prnxtcsK with no scnsatlonnl mnvo
incnlH. The leudliiK cliniiuterlstlr of
Ihe loiiut tills wetU Is the Krejl num
ber of Indlvldunl haltols. Tho people
line not had much time to think of
subset Iptlons, hut they have heen buy
ItiK papers and not n sliiKle ballot has
been lost by thoso Interested In tho
eood nntutcd rtrugKlo for supremacy.
A man came In from Kuiiul this week
mid announced Hint the l.lhuc Kegel
Club tould roll up mnjorltles ns well
ns bowl u few on their regular meet
ing nights, lie spoke conscrvathcl
ns to leadership hut remarked In pass
im; thnl he thotlKlit the l.lhue boys
would be well within the lime light
when the flnnl shafts nre thrown on
rerord of those In honor list places
Llhtio hag mi Idea that nlthoiiKh It ninv
not lead Honolulu It will take prece
dence over nny of the outside IslnniU
liesldes, tho piano would Krncc tue
.veiling sessions of the Kegel Club.
Maul Is keeping behind Judge Kepol
knl. A friend in Honolulu wrote up
till week asking lilm to withdraw
The Judge has been asked things lilt"
that before and while ho may love the
Honolulu friends ho has never gone
bick on Maul.
This week's count shows the follow
Tho steamship Olympla, Captain
Truchildge, will bo tho first vessel to
In I113 to Honolulu nny mainland nowit.
papers containing detailed accounts of
the flan rramlsco disaster,
According to a cable dispatch re
ceived here yesterdny by the local
ngents of the Olympla. h!io sailed
from Seattle on Tuesday last, tho
21th. tho sixth day following the Cali
fornia enrth(iiako, and should there
fore have somo Seattle papers aboard
with details or tho trouble. Tho Olynf
pla should nrrlvo nt this port one week
from today at the latest; that would
brftiK her hero two days before tho O.
S. S. Alameda, which sails from San
Francisco on Sunday and Is duo hcio
on Mny Gth, on which day tho Moana
Is duo from Vancouver. If conditions
are favorable nnd tho Olympla makes
good time she may even shove her
nose alongsldo tho Honolulu wharf
Tho Olympla conies down hero nEnln
for niiiro Japanese, emigrants.
St Louis College Alumni Association 303063
Co. D.N.G.H., Hilo 260642
Admiral Geo. C. Bccklcy 2J7896
JudgcA. N. Kcpoikai . J59463
Diamond Head Athletic Club 47079,
Lihuc Kegel Club 38323
Jas. L.Friel (Mauna Loa) 31198
Mrs. Lucy Wright, Walmca, Kauai 28910
Mrs. C. L.Di:kcrson 28655
J.D. McVeigh 26474
Thos. C. White. Kcalakckua 26095
Leo Lorrillard Cummins 1445 1
Miss Hannah Sheldon, Lihuc Kauai 10214
D. K. Watson 9752
Louis H. Miranda 6956
Jas. Kula, Kauai 6465
S. K. Kamaiopili 6216
Geo. H. Dunn, Lahaina 5430
Miss Lucy Kaukau, Lahaina 2629
Tommy Kcarns 2338
Chester Irwin 1809
John Raposo, Lihuc Store 1617
Sam Chong 1503
J. de Braga, Kauai 1500
H. D. Joe 1373
Kaimukl, Waialac, Palolo Impvt. Club 1206
A. M. Souza 1201
P. N. Kahokuoluna (Pala, Maul) 824 Miss C. Gomes, 3; Hazel Hoffman, 4;
M. G. Anjo 811 George Gall, 5; V. Jacobten, 7;
Manuel Soare 400 August Martin, 89; M, Dotcllho, 62;
J. Rodrlguet 377 Honolulu Athletic Club, 45; C. E. Po-
Court Camoes, A. O. F 179 terson, 29; Geo. Cachlcopulos, 31; An-
VV. J. Harvey, 262; E. Scharch, 12; (Continued on Page 2.)
PROBABLY TO ANNUL
To spend money on clothes
of unproven merit Is to squan
Reliable clothes quality It not
mado by glowing advertlto
CONSISTS IN GETTING THE BEST CLOTHES AT RIGHT PRICES.
SUCH OARMENTS AS
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN
MADE IN NEW YORK
The cables from Sun l-'ranclsco yeb
tciduy announced that every day bad
been declared a holiday No runner
Informntlou was lilveu on the subject.
It Is probable that the Governor of
tho State of Callfornti declared every
day ii holiday until further notice, to
relieve the stricken populace of the.
obligations or legal Instruments, for
on a legal holiday no note can be col
lected, nor can legal instruments no
enforced or collections made.
Honolulu bankers nnd lawyers were
seen tills morning nnd asked for their
opinions In recard to this Interpreta
lion of the cabled message. It was ll'.a
opinion of those bunkers seen that
holidays bad been declared for the pur
pose, among other things, of annulling
financial obligations penning me re
sunilng of business by the bunks. Thu
lawyers declared that piicli holidays
hud probably been declared by tho
V, M, niffard received a cablegram
this uternoon continuing the press dis
patch of yestciduy concerning the sail
ing of the Alnmedu next Sunday from
To Be Restored
Review Of Damage
Can Be Saved
(.lnorlnliil 'rem Kpcflnl dibit)
SAN FRANCISCO, April 26, 5:28 P. M The removal of debris It pro
ceeding rapidly and the city will be partially lighted tonight.
The Spreckelt building (Call building) It tafe and will be restored. The
prettet of the San Francisco Call will be saved.
The Spreckelt sugar factory wat not burned.
The new part of the Chronicle building wat not seriously damaged.
A temporary trolley line hat been established on Market street.
Chinatown will probably be located near the Presidio or Hunler't Point,
Secretary Victor Metcalf it here co-operating with General Greeley and
the local authorities.
The Oceanic steamer Alameda will be the tint steamer out of the port,
leaving on the 30th.
It Is p-epoied.to build extensive docks at Oakland.
The' repair of Stanford University will be delayed.
yj Largest Stock in the City
)', from which to make selections. !(
.1. n i
V "Old Reliable Furniture House."
Henry Watef house Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Stock and Bond brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Stt.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
The CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN, MADE IN NEW YORK,
are equal to the to-order-tallored garments In everything but the price.
We have proven this to more than a thousand men let ut prove It to
The Kash Co.. Ltd.
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 3TS.
Another Severe Shock
Brings Down Walls
OAKLAND, Cal., April 25. There was a tevere shock of earthquake at
3:15 thlt afternoon, one woman being killed.
Tottering walls in many parti of the burned district of San Francisco
came crashing down.
Governor Pardee hat announced hit determination to call an extra ses
sion of the Legislature, but hat not yet decided upon the date.
Citizen Police, Disarmed
OAKLAND, Cal., April 25. The Federal authorities have taken charge
of the relief work, but the municipal authorities are permitted to cooperate
The street cars are returning service In the district not burned, and It la
expected that the electric lights In the tame section will be ready for ten
Families continue to do their cooking In the middle of the ttreet.
The abtenee of any epidemic It most surprising to medical men.
The members of the Citizens' Auxiliary Police have been disarmed.
The water supply In San Francisco Is scanty.
The Labor Council has announced that there will be no change In the
rates of wages prevailing before the earthquakes.
ALAMEDA SAILS SUNDAY AT 3 P. M.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25 Atkinson, Honolulu: The steamer Ala
meda will sail on Sunday, April 29, 3 p. m. FRA8ER.
POSITION OF BANKS IS UNIMPAIRED.
Cashier C. I. Spalding of Spreckels Bank here received the following
cable last evening from the bank's San Francisco correspondent, the Wells,
Fargo-Nevada National Bank:
"Building destroyed. Vaults intact. Our position unimpaired."
The Wells, Fargo-Nevada National Bank has the backing of the com
bined fortunes of Wells, Fargo &. Co., the Mackeys, the Floods and the
WHAT 1 WILL DO
(AmnrlnUil f'rrM Special Cable)
8AN FRANCISCO, April 2G, The steamship Alameda arrived here yes
An earthquake took place yesterday afternoon. The water pipes were
broken and a woman killed by a falling chimney that had been weakened
by previous shock.
The local representative of the National City Bank of New York promis
es that every assistance will be rendered the banking institutions of San
Francisco, and In rebuilding the city.
A meeting of a committee of fifty wat held today with the Mayor, Gov
ernor and General Greeley, in command of the Federal troops. Governor
Pardee wat highly Indignant at the requett for the withdrawal from the city
of the National Guard. He considered It a reflection on a body of brave men.
He wat advised by General Greeley that no reflection wat Intended but the
withdrawal requettt made from a desire to concentrate the protection of the
city on the Federal troops. No decision wat reached.
All finance! are In the hands of a regularly organized committee, who
keep regular books and report to an auditing committee and to the War De
The only safe place for your
documents and other valuables
Is in our safe deposit vault,
which Is absolutely fire-proof.
The rent of a box Is only $5
per year and up and you
keep your own key. " "
i We have just received a shipment of j
I STRAW HATS
All of the latest Styles and best Quality J
L B. KERR & Co. Ltd.
WASHINGTON, April 26. The President has tent a special message
to Congress urging an immediate appropriation for work at the Mare Island
INSURANCE COMPANIES WILL MEET OBLIGATIONS
NEW YORK, April 26. It is believed that the foreign Insurance com
panies will meet their obligations in connection with the San Francisco fire.
Several American companies are heavily Involved and may possibly withdraw
after paying up.
VESUVIUS A DEAD VOLCANO.
NAPLES, April 26. Vesuvius Is forming a lower and wider crater.
It is indicative of a dead volcano.
DE WITTE' POWER WANES.
ST. PETERSBURG, April 26. Recent developments Indicate that the
power of De Wltte Is waning.
FRASER STILL INFORM8 HAWAII OF PEOPLE SAFE.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 26, 1:17 P. M To ATKIN80N, Honolulu:
Following located safe and well:
Violet Alyose Matthews, 293 Jersey street; Nell S. Matthewt tend money
Atk H. L. Kerr tend money to Jetele, 2761 McAllister street for return.
C. 8. Barnard, 1539 Versailles street; notify Laupahoehoe,
Hugo Herzer, 2533 McAllister ttreet.
Guy Kelley, Crockett.
Tom Kelley, 1157 Fulton ttreet.
R. F. Johnson, Monterey; tell Purdy cannot go Honolulu.
M. H. Weinberg, 824 Devltadero street; atk Sam Weinberg what to do.
C. A. Graham, 1216 Waller street.
Mrs. Geo. Gear, 1220 Masonic street.
J. N. Kahalekaulla, 528 Stanyan street.
Anita Gould, 61 Eureka street.
J. W. Maeon, 2124 Green street; notify Hllo.
Mrs. R. Morris, 1938 Scott street.
Fisher family, 2628 California street.
Bruckner children arranged for. FRASER.
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Just Opened a fine collection of
snappy shapes for street or dress oc
casions, the ttylet which most strong
ly appeal to careful dressert.
A breath of tummer It noted In
these cool, comfortable oxfordt. Their
High standard of Excellence It becom
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Remember that our reputation ttandt
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Thlt cut Illustrates a soft vlcl kid,
blucherette tie, with welted tole, ttyl
Ish Cuban heel and swagger toe. A
multitude of tlzet maket It within our
power to guarantee a perfect fit.
The latest ttylet are always shown
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