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Vol.. XV J II No 3176
!G PAGIiS-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII SATURDAY. SKl'TKMIiKH 1. 1900-16 I'AGh
I'HI'T ' C'lIVTH
SHERIDAN MUST AWAIT
Oahu Players Lose
Failing To Show Up
ONLY HALF AN INNINGS PLAYED
Tlic game between (tin Oaliits nnJ
Hut Kntiin played nt tliu League I'ark
tli l.t nlloriiixiii, was very lulu In.tstarl
Ink, n h sovcrnl nf the players illil tint
SlltlW lip III till"'- H WHS SUKgeSteil
Iluil Jess Woods nml I'at Olcason be
put mi tlit li-'lil In cuso Ilio other
iI.iitk illil nut show up,
Wllt'll till' kiiiik stinted tln full
complement nf Oahii plni'iH was nut
picst'iit. Nevertheless llii-' flrut half
of Hit) III si Inning wan played, but
when tint t n n fur t In- Oalius ut tin'
bat cuine ami the full leant was Kt 111
ubM'itt, Umpire IIuwcih declared tlic
I'ioiii tlic luill gtoundn tlic report
CIllllC Ili4 follows:
MUST BE REBUILT IF EVER FLOATED
The Manchuria Is giadually pound
Inc. heraelf In pIco'H on tlm Walmaiiulo'
net ami from pio.teut ImllcalloiiH has,
only nil" chiimii In u liumlieil of lieliu;
pulled Oh'. Ciindltloim have been go-
liiK fiotu had in worse ami nrc now Hi.
Mich hhupe as to give Captain .Milralf.
Hie cxpcit wicckei, ii ery hard Job If'
the Mhlp Is to bo salved.
Wilder the best of clicuiiislsincca, lt
Hie Mlitichlirlii III tlii.ltcit, II will lie
ncccssaiy to prndlciilly icbulld her I
In fine Khe mi go had. on her inn. A
bilge p.ut of this WOlli mil t be HOIK.'
In thlu ..III. ...J II... Illllll. II III I.., III Ulli.ll
til Illil I I I J 111 III.' . I Illil II' Ill 1.11111
shape If Una led that she timid lint pus
tilldy malic the nip to s-'iiu l'"ra Heists i,
with mi) dei;ii of safety. I
'the .Mam-hill l.i has hceii llng oil'
the terf with little ballast III her to
hold her lu plain until Hie last lo
..ays. Under the oiiIcih of dipt. .Met
cllr, Issued illicitly on Ills nnhal. Hie
work of tilling her hold with water;
was begun. In hold her diie'lly on the,
iter without the poiiudlui; which she
has been iiithji'deil In fur the pant ten.
dayii. 'I'IiIh was the scheme which
wnn inUli-cil by nil the imii on the
waleifiiiut. wlni me familiar with
wiccl.lui; v.nrl. noun lime ago.
'I'lie liillmvliiK tepnrt nf tint mudl
tlntiH lu the Mnniliuila's held ami en-,
Hltie I tiiitll uas made tn a I til I It. 1 1 II e-j
puller by a mini who hua hem ttiinucli
the r.hlp clitliely:
'"I be si rain (in tint platen In tlm hold
ban hcuiine "O meal tbroilKb the 1 1 1
i c.Tin nl poumllUK HUH Hie plalcs ate In
THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
Sor. FORT and HOTEL 8T8
Oalius (o bat Uavles tiles to left.
Ilowland walks. Carey knocks tu sec
(mil ami Ilowland In taught out nt sec
(mil. KliiKlaml strikes out.
KatitH to bat Umpire Dowers ad
di esses tlic people, on tbo grandstand,
staling Hint owing to u inUiiudcr
r.liiiidiug," Hie full complement of tlic
Oahu team failed to appear, lie tie
daieil the i;amo forfeited lu (lie Kiuiib
with u score ut 'j ;o u.
The (Jalius claim li.at the failure on
the. putt of si'inn of their pluyeiH In
appear was due to the fact that It wuh
not clearly understood whether their
team was to play lu the first or the
had (omlltlon I do mil hellee that
any nf them are Hpnilif et, but the
rl(ts nil the silt ulile where (he swell
bllu the ship with Its full force, art
Mhc.irliiK, nml whciewr they ale loo.i
cued the wilier Is HpuitliiK out III a
email stream. The amount of water
coinlni: In Is not very me.it but 11 mi
nun Ii that It keeps the pumps which
tan he uurlttd, busy tu handle II
Tin in Is not cii(iui;h machinery In K"'d
older lo mil (".en all the piinipn and
the saullaiy tlosets of the ship lire nut
iiiunlni; uu thin iiiiouiil.
'"I he engines thenisehiM ale It nic.K
mi fur as 1 1 1 1 1 piexcnt ut,c Is ton
tcriicil ami unless there Is a (limine
tor the belter the winches will soon be
Koli'i; out nf commission.
"It will tuk." only a moderate hrpeiu
from tint inn I Ii, wllh the heavy him
which Is sunt to ucdinipany It, to mart
the liieal.llii; up of the lllicr. Khe I.
on the point if collapse ut picsent. It
Capl Melialf hud been lu charge of the
won; and the IIIIIiik of the ship's toni
p.iitnicnls wllb water bad been ac
lompllsbed whin she III Hi went on,
there would he a dllTcient (oudlllon In
"Capl. Saunders la MifferluK under
the strain to n i; idler extent than has
been hald. 1 tin nut hell eve that be
bus slept nt all since the wieili oc
(III I ed lie looks In me as If he would
not be able In Htiind the strain much
longer. He icilalnly ought to be uuilei'
the doclor'H caie Innleail of keeping on
bis feet mid worklm: as he Is."
Arc here in the largest assort
ment of Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city.
The sooner you come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 25.
.;. tt s--t ---f-f
Barber' Point Wireless Station, -
MaiinRi'r Kennedy of tlm Inter-
Island Ktcanishln Company lias
4 juat conic afhoic. He says It will 4-
not be IH-Kslhlc to net the trans-
f port off toda.
The tugs mid steamer will con- -t-4
tllllle pulllliK though the tide is
There Is no change in tlie posl-
lion of the Hhlp.
No baggage w III bn tiikeii oil for
the piesent. Tliern Heiim n Ken- -t
t eral fcellui; of iiinlldciice that
4 the ship may rouiti off at Die
4 next high tide.
llaiber'n l'olnt Wireless .Station,
3: 1.. I'. M.
- The efforts of the tugs kcciu to have
mined the Hberldail liUmt blxty feet.
The u! earner Is IIikiIIhhj free exrrpl n
point between the Miiokn stack and the
Tlm boat must bn pounding bard as
she swings on a pivot.
One of the .Manning's whe cables hail
parted, Till) tide has passed the Hood
The Klnau does not seem able to get
her Hue aboard.
A shin's boat Is coming through the
hi e.i leers.
BARBER'S POINT, 1:52 P. M.
At 1:30 this afternoon the Manning,
Fearless and Helene started pulling
on the Sheridan.
The Nllhau and Ke Au Hou aro
standing by. A line is going to the
The tide Is almost high and a big
pull Is planned on the stranded ship.
WIRELESS STATION, BARBER'S
12:G0 P. M.
All attempts made last night to pull
off the transport Sheridan proved a
THREE CABLES BROKEN.
Two stout cables were broken by
the U. 3, revenue cutter Manning and
another was broken by the 8. 8. Clau
dine In the efforts to move the biij
The Sheridan started to leak amid
ships last night, but it la said by the
ship's officers that the leak Is not se
rious at present.
THROWING COAL OVER.
Forty stevedores are engaged In
throwing overboard the coal, of which
the Sheridan had 2600 tons In all,
MAIL COMING TODAY.
Passengers' baggage and the mall
will be sent to Honolulu this after,
noon aboard the S. 8. Nljhau.
CONFIDENT OF 3UCCE8S.
Captain Peabody and all the offleera
appear to be very confident that tho
ship will be eventually floated.
Is what the law calls corpor.
This practical Immortality
makes the trust company a
better and safer executor of
a will than an individual.
Fort St. Honolul'.
Weather conditions here are per
feet. There Is no wind or sea high
enough to add to the danger of the
KE AU HOITTO HELP.
The S. 8. Ke Au Hou has been or
dered to come and take a line to help
in the try to get the transport off.
BIG EFFORT TODAY.
A big effort will be made at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon to pull her off,
but there Is llttls chance of succtss
until the vessel has been lightened,
The Klnau has been sighted, coming
HELD BY BILQE.
The Sheridan It held on a ledge on
her port side by har'bllge keel, amid
Cement In the bottom of the hold
prevents a seriour'.leak. There are
only two feet of water amidships
tround the vessel. ,
PLATES ARE STRAINED.
It Is thought that the plates on the
port side are badly strained. It Is
certain that the vessel will need a
thorough overhauling, if she succeeds
In getting off, before the can be again
put into commission.
More Paper Evidence
Omaha. Nob.. Auk. !l Aroused litf
a strange nrlhlty atetlie llurlli'Ktoti
shops nl llni'lork, pear Lincoln, resi
dents lu the neighborhood have
lirtiiii-ltf In lli.ht itnotbcr wlitdesali
tlestriittiuti nf old retords. oulv lesp
M'tirntlonal than the burning of two
en loads of pipers alleged to contain
ilangi'ioils evldenie of leliatlnr w.'ileli
incurred on a lonely sldlui: near
(lieelv Center u few weeks urn. It i
inlliilily st'ited'thnt lieu'sarks fall of
letlics and docnii.euls of one kind or
another were consumed In the biau
lurinrcR at llaveUxk during K.i.'iriiny,
Kiiuduy ami .Monday
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP & CO, the
store In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co, which
Is retlrlrg from business, have placed on sale at J. HOPP A
CO.'S stores the entire stock of Porter's at prices which have
never been placed on furniture here before,
J. HOPP & CO. carry on their own account a large stock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter's stock, so
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you end the price will be less than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a stock which Included some
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter's
stock out of the way.
The stock Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now Is the time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-10S9-10S5 YOUNG BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACT8.
The Company 'sustained only one death loss attributable directly to
the awful disaster of April 18th last
The Company's San Francisco Home Office Building, destroyed by fire,
was fully covered by Insurance In standard companies.
The land upon which the San Francisco Home Ofllce Building stood
has not depreciated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
has rather appreciated In value. ....
San Francisco mortgages held by tho Company, amounting to 9298,450,
were protected by real estate valued at $493,000, with improvements, only a
part of which were destroyed, worth $170,000, and upon which Improve
ments the Company held fire Insurance to the amount of $75,000.
Tho vaults withstood the fire and their entire contents, about two car
loads of books and records, are now In our Los Anaelcs Home Office.
The Company has approved assets of about $11,000,000; has nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance In force; has an annual Income of more than $4,
500,000, and has surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California Insurance laws the stockholders, whose wealth Is
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA Is the largest and most popular life insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, and has done a conservative and progressive business
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, as It will
continue to do. J. N. RUSSELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may say to you, these are the FACTSI
CLINTON J- HUTCHIN8,
920 FORT STREET. GENERAL AGENT.
Minoc'ulcd frill Sp.rliil Cablt)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Sept. 1.
The carmen have rejected the over
tures for arbitration and threaten to
ctop the Geary and California street
lines tonight unless their demands
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 1.
The coast seamen have been granted
an advance In wages.
Additional Cable Newt on Page 2.
m i i
Only tlireo pictures of John 8. Hnr
Kfiit have been offered nt auction In re
caul years. A head of a girl wearing
u ted shawl brought $7.Vi nt Olirlstln'K.
A portrait of l.Ilcn Terry, wblcb
fetched Jf.OflO and was Mild subsequent
ly for liri.000, mid n half-length por
trait of a lady sold In ltfM for IGSS.
Unmarked Coral K
And Northerly Current
CAPTAIN PEABODY'S STATEMENT
Tin nnlv renresetitntlin of n nrws
paper who boarded the wrecked Slier !
lilau )esterday was n llulletin report
er, who succeeded 111 getting oil litr
The reporter npprouelied Onptalu
I'cnbody shortly after colnn. nboanl
mid nsked lilm fur n statement. The
Captain made it evident Hint lie was
willing tu talk and explain Ills belief
In the ship's preeuilouH Kimlltloii, If
assured that lie would be umlers'ooil
nml not misquoted This nssurmien I
was Klvi'ii. I
Captain Peabody said 'Tor Hi"
past two das it si rung northerly cur
rent wns noticeable. Wo headed
tbioiigh Hie Noeau nml Kauai chan
nel on n northeast course, beating off
laud in degrcee nml making about
11 Knots 1 iillowlni! this direction
without deviation wo should have
brought up on the leu side of Claim
four miles und n hrtll out tn sea. Af
ter diking our position today by the
kim mid comparing It Willi the posl
tlou last taken, It wns learned we bud
even held to lee nlmost l'j degrees
That makes It still moru uuc-xplulli-
nble, us according lo tbo course and.
chart we would be six mid a quarter
miles from slioie. V c did not pick up
the light until n little after 1 o'clock,
Yes; tbo light should have been uu
rernlble mi hour before. 1 was ou
deck when the light was first seen, ut
was nlr.o Third ()l!lttr Connealy.
"Shortly afterward bo went to loo'i
A Hie compass to sie if tbo Mor
man was holding true to bis course
"The general tl.icctliiti was mil th
east mid the correct one. White ho
was at Hie iiuupass Hie ship struck.
"Iiiinicdlately the signal to the en
gines to rcciFo wns given. If jou
will look ut tlili chart J on will see
that the reef Is given as a half mile
(loin shore I'y taking a navigator's
calculation, It Is dear we me over
one tulle In" ' shore mid the ship lies
on mi nil" v 'Ml nob of a teef.
"If Hie ll hi could buvo been seen
a few m -nieiiiH hihiiii-i, the Milp's
nearness to the shore would have
been uscertnlueil In time to limit ill
teied the coin se and save It fiom I be
"No; I cnn'l account for the mis
fortune oilier than by the strong nor
tberly current, nml this liumurkid
nob I mentioned before.
"I believe If Hie ship could use her
own power with the Chtiulllie ami
1'iarlens pulling hu would come off.
It is only a matter of gelling enough
"Better be sure than sorry" Is a say
ing older than our safe-deposit vault,
but It fits it as If made to order. Bet.
tcr be sure of the safety of your pa
pers than sorry you had not rented
one of the boxes at five dollars a year.
HENHY WATEHHOUbE TRUST CO.
Originality consists In doing some
thing In a way that no one else hat
thought of. Most men admire origi
nality In a shoe. We pride ourselves
on making selections that satisfy the
most fastidious .
Our new DOMINQ last It simply
perfecL A complete line of sizes, both
narrow and wide. Come and see
these, for they are dandles.
MAHUFAGTURERS SHOE GO,,
pulling power with sulfl- u-ntly xirong
When Ol'Jrvr I'uiineely wns ntked
for Informal Ion lie replied
(Continued on Page P)
SHEEPSHEAD BAY, L. I., Sept. 1.
The Futurity was won today by Elec- '
tioneer, Pope second, Joan demund.
Time, 1M3 3 0.
I -S- ii
CROWD SHOT UP.
LIOAU, Russia, Sept. 1. Troops es
corting prisoners were attacked here
today. They fired Into the crowd, kill.
Ing eight and wounding fifty.
llcnners "! inn remember that
yuiinic lady when she wore dresses that
didn't come tn her kntsjs," Jenners
"do can I. I saw her In n battling suit
lit Atlnntl. City last Sunday '
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