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S2000 PniZE CONTEST.
MONDAYrAPRIL 30, 1906,
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OWING TO THE MEAGRE DETAILS THUS FAR GIVEN HONOLULU
OF THE DAMAGE DONE TO OUTSIDE TOWNS OF CALIFORNIA BY THE
EARTHQUAKE OF THE 18TH, THE BULLETIN ON SATURDAY 8ENT A
OADLE TO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS REQUE8TINQ INFORMATION ON
DAMA06 OUTSIDE DAN FRANCISCO AND DETAILS OF THE EXTENT OP
THE STANFORD DAMAGE. THE RESPONSE CAME LATE SATURDAY
EVENING, AND ALTHOUGH PUBLISHED TWO DAYS LATER THAN
tWAS INTENDED, THE INFORMATION GIVEN BY THIS PAPER IS STILL'
DAYS AHEAD OF ANYTHING FURNISHED DY ANY OTHER PAPGR OP i
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! OAKLAND. Cat . April 28. Detailed reports from outsidr town"; :
show that Santa Rosa suffered thr moRt trrious damage Fifty persons
were hilled in the earthquake of the 18th instant and the city ruined
The loss to property amount to several millions Of dollars. 4.
San Joss was also badly wrecked by the temblor and many proml- 4
nent building were destroyed, in Son Jotc there wart tweitly-fhm
persons killed. Agnew's Insane Asylum was ruined. Ninety five patients 4
were hilled In the destruction of the building. , ...;,
At Santa Clara most of the business buildings were destroyed by 4
the earthquake. ' . '.
The loss to Stan'lord University amounts to.llcarf'y four mlljwrij of 4
dollar. ' .jF- 4
Thero were two killed at Stanford. The grJat memorial Starch. 4
tho gymnasium and the library were mined Other builclim, were dam '
At Salinas the loss to property amounted to $1,000,000.
4 Many country res dences at Burllngame, the eporting ground of ban
4 Francisco society people, collapsed.
4 The cities of Oakland, Berkeley and Alameda suffered compare
4 lively little loss. Five person were filled. In Oakland, walls and ehim
4 neye were prostrated and piste-glass windows were broken.
4 The Point Arena lighthouse wet toppled Into tit eta.
4 Considerable damage w.i done ott Monterey and Del Monte.
4 There was no damage at F'sn, Los Angeiee Siflti ftaehars or
4 San Diego.
4 The main fortifications of San FWncitce ' t r ,- i u i
! barracks and Storehouses were Injured
nine h,-m- hern thirty two sfiqht 'tirk-' rlncr thr flrt ""irthri ntr
I l' r l"tli
li By The
Missing Fund Affair
Discharge Of Luc
DREW FIVE CHECKS ON COURTS' DEPOSITS
Art a tuatilt "f the ln estimation
which Ih IicIiik rurrli'tl tin rcgarillui;
Hit' inlnwk'il Clmilt Court ruiitln,
llcntEo I.uriiH, who for mnny ycatH liml
Iiuoii a i lurk ot thu Supremo Court,
thin nun iiIiik ivtclrcil IiIh tllscliniKu.
Clih't .lusito Kroar stutcit Hint tho
miIi ti'itnuti for I.iK-ns' illRcharco uiib
Ilia fnct that ho liail drawn flo cliccla,
'iinoiintlliK to nil uUKri'Kate of $CGU.0j,
tioni Ilia fiitiils plniptl to tlio credit of
the Hut Clirult Court, In rnscs vliera
there wcro no funtlH on deposit.
Tor miiiiu tlaH pant tho nttiioxphcro
of II. o .lutlklnry lia'l liecn clinrKCiI
wltli eleetrlclty. It wns known that
tlie liiveallK'Ultm wan lieltiK ( an led on
ami ever) one wax wonileiliiK whom
lliu IlKhtuliiK uiulil strike. Thin
moruliiK Chief Clerk Henry Smltti,
who ha lnul ehari;e of tho Invextlpi
Hon, miliniltteil u oliinilnon tpev,rlt
ten reiiort on the matter to .ho three
Circuit .luclKi'a TIiIh, however. Is at
pieiieut not to hu nmile puhlle. na thu
JtidRi h wish lo huo whuteer ilotclop
mentt may tnku pl.tec, tome through
thu (iranil Jury.
Henry Smith, when nskeil for the
repoit. rcferied thu loporter to tho
jtulgtH. Jiiilco Do Holt f-ald that an
thu report nnined two elcrka ho ilhl no"
think It woiiht he fair to make tho
document puhlle lit tho present time.
Tho (Iitiuil J my might full to return
Indictments iignlnxt tho persons nam
ed, nuil In Mieh a uiho tlielr ehni niters
would hao been ijnnvcessailly lilac k
oneJ. Juilgo Lindsay's lew concurred
with Hint of Do Unit.
When tho Supreme Court hnil Us
session this morning It wnn noticed
Hint JnH. 'riinmpson ocetipleil tho scat
tit the clerk's ilcskj which l.ucas had
been liohlliiK down for jenis. Heniy
Smith wuh nskeil If l.ucas had been
discharged, and If thli had any connec
tion with tho lniUHtlgatlon. Ho an
swered that Lucas had been dlsthnrn
i'il by thu Chief Justice, but would say
Chief Justlco Kicar, whon seen, stat
ed that I.ueus hail been illbcharged.
First Turbine Steamer'
Arrives Today In '
$10,000 More Goes Yachts To
For Relief Work
Ho was naked If tho mntter of the
missing funds had anything to tlo with
"It was tho solo reason," answered
The Chief Jualtco further suited
thn. the evidence showed Hint I.uens
bad drawn iliccl-a from tho fund pine
ed rn dcpoilt In thu l'lrst Nntlounl
Hanlc to tho credit or thu first Circuit
Coiut, charging them to enses which
had ho fluids to their credit. Theio
wcro II vo such checks drawn by l.ucas,
but as tho circumstances wcro differ
ent In each cusc, tho Chief Jusllco
tnuld not go further Into tho matter.
The amount represented by the diet ks
nmeunted to a total of i;i'9.n8. No
successor had ns ct been appointed lo
take I.uens' place.
In tho meantime the Imcs'lgntlou of
the matter by the (liatid Jury Is by no
means llnlshed. Thu lnitilltors met
today, but did not wink on this ease,
being busy with un embezzlement mat
"er growing out of thu nffntrs of n Ha
waiian lull. On thu other hand, thu
Grand Jury will soon get hack to Its
worl on tho Circuit Court mattei. ami
It Is expected that In u fow dnyB tho
rcsul Ing Indictments, If any are found,
will he piusentud.
Auditor l'lsher stated today that his
nsslstnnt, Mr. Mejers, hnil been wind
ing on the i use, having, ns n matter of
fact, ordered tlfo taking of the new
trial halanco which led to tho discov
ery of thu fnct that funds weiu miss
ing. As tho matter was now befoie
the Oiand Jury, however, tho Auditor
would give nothing nut about It.
Tho Circuit Judges are now adopt
Ing H'rlngcnt measuiea to prevent a
recunenco of a similar scandal It
has been decided that tho chief clerk,
(Continued on Page 4.)
What Is probably the largest mim
ic r of pass-tigers over taken fioni I he
Colonies to llrltlsh Columbia Is on ilu'
S. S. M.ilicuo. which arrived this after
noon and will continue her trip to
night. Thlt Is the llrst tuihlue steam
er that eer came to Honolulu, anil It
of more than ordinary Interest to piu
plo lultteted In marine matters.
Although tho M.'iueno has IllG pns
To 'Frisco On Doric
SALVATION ARMY IS FURNISHED FUNDS
It was decided li the Governors to illstrlhut soino of thu funds already
Heller Commlt'ee nt n meeting held obtained.
this morning nt the Hank of Hawaii, After the Doric sails tonight the
that of thu funds lo tu tent In San committee will h.nc less Hum $ ." . 1 1 1 1
KinnclMii this cwmiIiil (2,000 should on land, for already $:!o."iiHI bus been
go to tho Salvation Ariav to he used tor.vanled to the I'oas . The mone
by thu organization in ltrf' wot k of glv- leiirilnlng will be held until the coin
Ing n lil to tho Miffcrlug of that ilty nilltce gets Its accounts with the la-
Tltn f mi till I f in 1il tn.1 (n vritnl tu Afi tilit liiiiinnliv nliil s til fit lit lultiuiu III
a , , .. I, t uv vwiuiiiiiivv iirim.i in ai mi iu iiiii niv v'iti !' iihu iiiih v" iini o si
bciibcis. only Utrcoato for II'""l;ilu , Morgan on tho Doric 1.1.). Hitch shape ns lo know how much taunt
They nre I. . Se.iton-I:irr, -Mr. Jlulri Aernnlliur I., llm ntntis mmlo in- th.. bo until nut Mr. Moiimn will fiirwiml
comnilllee at Its meeting this morning, accounts from San Francisco as soon
Sir. .Morgan will ho nhked to turn mer ns possible.
to the Ch'iiesu of San Krnntlsio l "OO,
Henr) Yalorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd..
Stock and Bond "rotors,
Offices; Cor. Fort and Merchant 6ts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
WHEN A MAN
Wishes a suit quickly and wants to be sure
That It will be right In every detail,
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.'S CLOTHING IS XSF
WHEN A MAN
Doesn't want to risk the mistakes that
All tailors make and wants to wear The
Best tailoring on earth, then ALFRED BENJAMIN S.
CO.'S CLOTHING IS jyjjr-
WHEN A MAN
Wants the broadest variety of suits to select from
Exclusive patterns and expert Assistance,
THE KA8H CO., LTD., Is 3ff
u ml Mr. Kennedy I
As u result of licnrt failure. It. H.
I'lurcH, a bedioom steward on the Ma
licnu, died In his bunk, and his body
was found tho following morning, Apitl
"(i. Ho was bulled the u.tnio day. That
was the only event of Importance din
ing the Miyagj1.
The .Miilicno carries r,2S2 tinii ot
freight, Iniludlng tho following for Ho
nolulu: CSI packages of splilts, IS
packages of prrscned cgelahlcs and'
one box of Hull. '
Among tho through pnssetigirs on I
the Miilicno Is Sir Norman Mcliln, n,
uicmher of thu An ti.illuit senate. I
Another p.iiRengcr of Importance Is
Hlr Charles C'nuipbcll, who Is up his
way to his home In London.
The .Miilicno will sail, according to
tuescnt plans nt II o'clock tonight. Shu
twill take no pntacuKciB fiom this pint
I Thcosophlcal Society. Mr. Thomas
Prime will give a lecture on "Man I
I Lives Many Lives" at the Alexander)
Young Hotel, Tuesday evening, May
1st, 7:30. This lecture Is of special In-
tcrett to all Inquirers along this line,
I and Mr. Prime Is an able exponent of
i neosopnicai teachings.
I FIRST NEWSjN ORIENT
According to newspaper extras pub
lished lu Yokohama April -0. two da) 3
after tho Llg eatthquake. the news of
ilhnt event ns iccelitd In tho Orient
j was much different than that uhtalucd
'heio Tho extras were published b thu
I Japan Advert Iser, nud theso stilted that
j -U0 pcuplu hud been killed and that
'the bodies would be burled lu I lie. tc.i.
It also stnte.l that nil towns lu n rud
! Ins of SO m I If I had In en destioycd, niut
tuld of Chinese buttling with each other
for tho rillef of their people who may
hu suffeilug In Hint ilty. They ulsn
decided lo send $l,2U(l In thu Jnpunese
lor tho i.,iiiie purpose.
After Mr Morgan has turned ici,t
ns requesiiii, tno money sent in in
Saltntlou Ai my, tho Japanese and thu
Chinese, he has permission In use the
tcmnlntler ns his Judgment may din it.
Theio bus been inllecteil by the
(imimltiee, anordlng to tho rcHrt of
Hie tieiiMinir this miiinlng. fl'.i,i,71.'
More will be inllecteil In Honolulu, tu
nililltlnu to money to he received fioin
vnilcus pniis or the other Islands.
Mr. Morgan arrived In San 1'niuelseii
last night, and tho uimmlttee Is aux (
lously nwul lug word from Mm. lie
will Fitpermli Mr. I'raser lu handlliig
Mie teller riimls, having been original
ly appointed h) tho Chamber ot Cum
inert e to serve In Hint capailty.
In turning over money to the Salvn
lion Army. Hawaii has done something
unusual, and ilie result will be wntihcd,J
wnn cwuMtii liiiiit- iii.urcsi uy ilie loin
mlttoe. The local Salvationists hnil
begun to solicit funds for theli orgnnt
zntlnu to use In Hnn 1'iniKlsco but
foiled that tip lr etfoitH wcio quite un
tivnlllug. uf u tho general lommltt. c
lnul gone ovirtho field. Tnereforu
they nski d that they bo given tho right
The following cablegram has Ik en
iccelved b) Win. (I. Irwin vi Co. from
Snu l'rmclsco, but they do not know
who sent It: "All s'lfo. Webber"
Mosm Iihu, Joe l'eler mid Manuel
l'eilm l.uls were nriesled on warrant,
todn) tiy the police foi having assault
ed a Chin ini.in.
Mmocliilnl f'rf5 Special Cubic;
OAKLAND. Cal., April 30. All San
Francisco yachts entered for the ocean
race between Qan Francisco and Hono
lulu have been withdrawn. The Van
couver entry still remains. The offi
cials are awaiting the arrival of the
La Petoma and expect to postpone the
race a year.
San Tranclsco. April 30. To Atkin
son. Honolulu. The following cabin
pasicngers lift san I mnciscu jesiur
d.ty on tho Alnmrdu: Surgeon Smith,
Miss rtitlllpa. Miss voss, i a. icrr,
A I'ropp, Mrs. Scott and two children,
Mrs Holland and Infant, P. It. lliic.
Miss llcltin.iti, Mrs. Mohler. Mrs. i
terhousc, Mrs. IMchurds. Mrs. llobtoa
mid daughter. Mirk llobron. Miss K.
Smith, Mrs. I'foienliaucr. Mrs. J. K.
ill own. Mrs. Krascr, George Shcbiidu,
Mrs Scovlllo. Mrs. Klschner C. G.
Uit licit. V Schnack. Mrs. and Miss
li, .,1. If l tlncl . lla AirMi.a l.le
P Shlpuuiii anid wife, Mrs Norn
V'nr.1. Mr Wells, Miss Wells. Mm.
uri'imam. .Mrs vv a v;iarKe, i. i,.
Ilrwina n I- ttnmttlnn .1 nnrmilllil.
Miss Amhroee, J. J. Crockett, I I..
Gardner It S. nimmingion, v. icn
nlson, Mark Hnnlinnn. Alex. I?) ton,
Mrs Hemroso. C Wulermnn, J. M.
Marconcll, J. C. Cohen. Muster Dillon,
t- 11 Mitlinm Mm tterl-rr. Mrs. IMer-
son. O. W. Wlshanl. Caplnln Morong
and wife, Mlm liny Hell. Seven hun
dred toni of general eargo. Fifty tuna
nt cold storngu I'llASKIl.
Tho bteimer Iwnlnnl arrived tli
mornliig fioni Haw. ill vvitli fi.000 lni;i
of sugar and ."J head of tattle
,--' -v.-v rs-rJr--rJ-rJ-z.-v-rsr-
Largest Stock In the City
from which to make selections.
"Old Reliable Furniture House."
f lifrliifrd I'rrn Xiicilttl Cable)
OAKLAND, Cal., April 30. Two
slight earthquake shocks were experi
enced today. No damage was done.
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Instead of reaching out for cheap popularity, have brought their
clothing to that high stage of perfection which appeals to the man who
wishes tho Best,
There are many other makes of clothing somo good, somo fair,
some bad but ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.'S Is distinguished from
there by many radical differences.
You will find thece suits fit you more perfectly and have Infinite
ly more style, while they cost Half A Tailor's Prlcel
The Kash Co. Ltd.
The only safe place for your
documento and other valuables
Is In our safo deposit vault,
which Is absolutely fireproof.
The rent of a box Is only $5
per year and up and you
keep your own key, " "
Trust Co., $
EXCLUSIVELY HIGH-GRADE CLOTHING,
TEL. MAIN 25. COR. FORT AND HOTEL ST8.
iwvviwvvvMnvivvvwTAfvvuwtvuivwvin pnr Cfrnnf Hnnnlnlti
test Safe List
SAN FRANCISCO, April 30, 11:25 a. m.
To ATKINSON, Honolulu:
Following arc safe and well:
Bert Kawks (Hawks?), Issue Camp, Alameda.
Annie Clennan, Alameda.
A. McBoyle, 1480 Golden Gate,
Wm. Nott, 106 Colllngwood.
F. G. Rewcastle, Hamilton Park.
Chas. Rewcastle, Oakland.
Mrs. T. McCormlck,
Mrs. E, Brandt, 48S Second Ave.
Chas. K. Clark, Black Diamond, Cal.
V. Hoffman family.
M. Schafer, 8-M Fell. FRA8ER.
Special Sale of Clothing 1
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, COLLARS AND
CUFFS; UNDERSHIRTS, HOSIERY, HANDKERCHIEFS.
Prices almost cut In two. Now Ic your time to buy,
Call early and secure first choice.
THE SALE LASTS ONLY ONE WEEK
IL. B. KERR A Co. Ltd.
Aanviltttttt 1'ifaa XnWaf Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 30.
The Red Cross has $300,000. for San
Francisco sufferers. A million more
Killed By Moros
f.t.Aftrlrifrit l'reaa Npcclal Cable)
MANILA, P. I., April 30. -The Moros
have killed 30 pulejanos at Samar.
( laatiitatctl Pir.! Kpeclnl Cable!
LONDON, Eng., April 30. The
steamer Courier has been sunk and 44
of her complement drowned.
A Serviceable Shoe For Men
Here Is a men's shoe which wilt not
only look and wear well but will look
well as long as It's wearing. It Is a
VICI BLUCHER OXFORD, DIXIE
LAST, and sells for $4.50. Better va.
ue Is seldom olfercd and in calling at
tention to this splendid shoe, we leel
that we are conferring a bencf.t en
the world of wearers.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
'PHONE MAIN 28J 1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
Ht.ficfcitcd 'rr. tfprcful Cable)
OAKLAND, Cal., April 30. Tho Pa
cific Mall liner China wilt leave for the
Orient May 5 and touch at Honolulu.
(.taiKlalut l'reaa &;irfil Cable)
MANILA, P. I., April 30. The erul.
sen Chattanooga and Galveston have
arrived for an bverhaullng before go
ing to Shanghai.
M"i-fiti.l l'reaa hHClal Cable)
NAPLES, Italy, April 30 The King
,of Italy Is ascending Vesuvius In or
der to restore the confidence of the
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