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Sierra . , .. Hept. J9
America Man Kept. 21
For San Franeltee:
Sonoma ', ..Hopl. IS
Mongolia Sept. 18
Mlowcra Sept. 22
Aorangl Sept. 19
Vol. XVIII No. 3185
Drowned In Hold Of
To Be Off Reef and
In Port On Sunday
BIG'EFFORT TO SAVE HER TOMORROW
Tomorrow will be a most Importnnt
day to the salvors or the Manchuria,
hlng ctranded on the Wnlmannlo
reef. At about 10 o'clock, when the
tide will bo ncnrlng lit height, tho
full drain of the powerful steam
winches will he brought to bear on
the anchom which have been placed
far out to Ben, and everyone on bonid
feels confident thnt (he big Btcnmcr
will be brought off snfcl.
In Breaking of the matter tn n nut
letln reporter today, one of the water
Iront men who Ih at well Informed on
the subject as nnono In the city,
through frequent consultations which
l.e han held with Captain Mclcalf and
othera who nro working on the vckbcI,
"I think you will be safe to predict
In jour paper that the Manchuria will
be lying In the harbor of Honolulu on
Sunday. Tho feeling Ir growing Btrnn " " Hawaiian mm i in
on iw n. ..o ii,i (ho .ri win i,,t.ounly Conetilloii. It Is clnlmcd by
successful and the reat.0.1 of this lies 'j,ora,V "'"'. Ums ln ,M n"'l'lT t
In tho fait that Captain Mctcnlf and Ciinty Attorney Is bringing color
hit assistant. Captain PHIslmry. hnvo "no Politics Into h s campaign. This
tnken the very beat steps that could ''"J1 strenuously denies,
be taken tn every regnrd; they have, A.,trniV,.'!,!?n of t'io letter was sent
let nothing cscapo their attention and I "'? " n yesterday. Tho read
deserve the greatest or credit for whBt?nB.'!lveiI1,"7,nll,'?.,w,",I.rt. ""KKCBl ro1,
they hnve done In tho face of tho cr.ir.lnc politics. When Mr. Ing was
cumstancea which opposed them on wen about tho matter ho said that
their arrival 1""' translation wns not correct he-
The last. of the anchor on w,c, ''aiiM lio 't ;M rohlniie,t plirniii-ii
the Manchuria will pull will bo laid ',' ' '"'' convey tho snmd meaning In
(his alternoon. and then all will be Hawaiian which tho literal F.ngllsh
.,lady for the final strain. Tomorrow rdlng gives,
at daybreak thn work or throwing ? "ft ho"7Pr ,",,l,l ho, wo,,I1,,, '?
over what remains on the coal onlr,crf,cr ly w" ."? '? hnc tho Hawaii
board will be commenced and tho wa- n" 'J'"" pntIJtaort. , no that thobe tin
ier ballast which has been placed In 'standing Hawaiian could .leter
her to hold her In place will bo pump ,ln0, hp n'Tumcy or tho translation
ed out. Thus llghteend. sho Is .'"r themselves,
thought to be high enough In tho wa-l. T1'? , ettcr' 'n "rlR,!,al:. n",1 .l."C
(er to yield to thn strain which will
be brought tn bear.
One Important step has been taken
which will mean n great deal In an
nddltlonal power thli anchors of thoi,in," k,1l" "',": n.mc lm.' " km ''"
coblcshlp Restorer hae been run out t J,Jn1 "V 'a '" Plw' I""1?1 no J "n
ahead and sho will pull hertelf and ,,In ",' "", "ol " "' "el m, Ua 1,a"
at tho same time tho Manchuria, for-!1'1"1 'km; lokomalkal ma ko nno ho
ward by tho Btraln on theso as well as 'Hawaii olalo pit kaiia. o kokua a o
the force applied through her propel-' l'B1ltM, mal f ' Ii0,", lnon (waena o ko
lcrs Th Munnlnp ami thn tmnnl oukou man hoa elele no kn wae ana
win .lien uodoi in ihr. milling nnH
will also assist In tho pulling nnd
something must gle, which, accord-1
lng to all accounts, ought to lie tho
roft bottom on which tho liner lies.
Tho dredger Pacific enmo In this
morning at 11.-30 from the scene or
the wreck to get more anchors, hera
being carried away, and will return
10 inc Aiancnurin lomurrow morning
,at daybreak. Captain McKletchln
feels confident that the Mnnchurla will
be saved. Ho eajn that while bIio
may not come off tomorrow, ns bIio
must bo pulled some distance, that. ho
Is confident of the final success of the
work. He states that there uao been
fourteen anchors laid from her, which
may be pulled by thn winches, and
that everything Is favorable, though
the weather for the pjst two days has
been somewhat rough
Ho tincaks In
Hie highest terms of Captain Mctcalt
and his work, ns does ovcryono who
has been1 on bonrd tho stranded boat.
5or, FORT and HOTEL 8T8
ff &Mi?J'v JjKSlf" l ' " " " &
yftMBMBMt1mSlaiaMahi-'(Jr'rmirili ', 'f iiIIiiI't Arfv.k-'ia ,.-,; aft -i .. i
His Hawaiian Words
A lively rumpus has been stirred
up by n letter which Carlos Ixing sent
translation, iib handed (o tho Ilullclln,
Honolulu, September nth, IDOfi.
Aloha Ocv IC kn Iwl 11 Kim Iwi. ko
la' I molio Lolo Kalana no kn Moku-
(Continued on IMgr 2.)
REBELS PLAN ATTACK
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 12. The reb
els are planning an attack on Clenfu-
"Better be ture than sorry" It a lay
ing older than our tafe-depotlt vault,
but It fitt It at if made to order. Bet.
Iter be turo of the tafety of your pa-
ipert than torry you had not rented
jone of the boxes at five dollars a year,
I HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO,
Arc here in the largest assort
ment oi Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner yon come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 25.
Bulletin Is received
EH WW Id
Seven Boilers Brought
By Thomas For
TO FREE WRICK OF
WATER IN SHORT TIME
THREE HUNDRED TONS OF THE
WRECKINQ MATCRIAL AR
RIVES ON TRANSPORT.
The transport Thomas arrived Hill
horning, lulnglng down 300 tons ot
wrecking material for the salting ol
the transport Mherldan now on tho
llnrbcr's Point rcer. While tho ma
terial brought Is of great ImiHirtiince It
is only secondary ns compared with the
nrrlMil on the Bamo boat of lllchard
St 11 re, who will have tho ai'tivo charge
or the wrecking work, though, ol
course, ho wll! be under the illm-tlou
or Capt. Humphrey of tho local iiar
Kngluccr 'Donnelly, who has charge
or tho engine work on the transports
wlillo they nrc nt tho iloiks In Kan
l'ranrlro, Is also on board nnd will
glvn what nsslstntuo Is necessary In
Mr. Hture Is here under the direction
ol Major Uovol or the transHrl service.
wno nicked 1.1111 out from all tne
wterklng men in Kan Krancisro as the
ni'V. titteit for tno-tvork 01 .nviii t tie
Hhcrldnn, Ho has been lor over -
years In tho employ or the Union Iron
Works, the largest shipbuilders on thu
Pacific, nnd lint had a great deal or ex
perience In work or this kind. He has
lately been employed In work In the
yards or tho Union Iron Works In salv
ing two wrecks which aro unique.
tlioi-o or the Columbia and tho City ot
Pucbla. Theso two vessels were on
tho wnys at tho Union Iron Works
when tho Hnn l'rnnrlsro enrthnunko
occurred and wero thrown rrom their
position in such a manner that II was
11 very difficult Job to gel them bac!l
In proper shape. Mr. Hturo had charge
or this work 11 ml accomplished it suc
The Thomas brought down, as the
largest and nio.u Important patt 01
her cargo, seven boilers which will
supply stentm for tho transport's
pumpa when the work or lightening
her Is commented. Theto will be
placed on her deck and will, rrom the
Indications, lie able to free her or water
in n short ipacc if time. Smokestacks
and water tanks to nccompany
them were alto brought and will be
taken down 119 quickly ns possible. Thr
transport had hardly reached tho docK
before the Iwalaul, In charge or Capt.
J'lltz, camo alongsldo and the unto til
ing or the wrecking material to her
decks was romruemvil fllie haa been
(Continued on Page 2)
II SEASIDE 1
A dance will bo given tonight nt the
Heunlclc Hotel in honor or tho officers
and ladles of thn transport Thomas.
Tho usual cordial Invitation to tho rub
lie is extendol.
can leave the management
of tame entirely In our
hands. We will collect
rents and Intcrett, pay
taxes and tako care of all
details, making remittanc
es monthly or as preferred.
You get the advantage
of the knowledge and ex
perience of a truttworthy
Fort St. Honolulu
into the office and
MAKES IT TIE BEST Si&LESMAH III HAWAII
OP HAWAII WEDNK8DAY. SEPTEMBER 12. lirui;
m mi mm
"I telcphmed out to Willie
Hnwllns' Sinuse today and find
that he is at home though sick In
bed," snld C. W. Ilootli to a Unite-
tin man this noon. "Consequent-
ly It will be impossible for the
ronolutiou I Introduced In the can-
cub last evening to bar him out
If he wants to run he can be on
"Kurthermorc there was noth-
lng personal involved In the rcso- -t
lutlon so far nu I um concerned
I hnve nothing against these men.
Hie resolution g the same thing
that was adopted by the last con-
Mr. Hoolli was asked whether
the fact that Walter Dillingham
had left n written pledge stating
his alleglan'.o In the party would
not operate to exempt lilm from f'
the power of the resolution. Ho
did not knov that Dillingham had
left such a pledge, but remarked
that It would be sulliclent for him
If satisfactory to the members or
.1 in! fa Tliiln thla mornlm- tmntn li!u
flrut tronnt-nl lima fni lltn fltfiliait Inftn
or the United States District Court b
rawing ine grnmv nnu trial jurors,
who will be called to serve during the
trruiK. These lints are now in tho
hands of tho Marshal for icrvlic. Tim
ursnu .inry rmftsiL nm,M r"iiruaiiii
on Monday, (it to (,.. K nnd the trial
Jurors on Moi.ilnv. Ortnhrr 2. Tha
lists nro as follows:
(iratid .lurors William, A. Todd,
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP & CO, thi
ttore In the Young Building, which recently bought the atoek
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co, which
It retlrlrg from butlneti, have placed on tala at J. HOPP A
COo atorct tho entire ttock of Porter's at prlcet which have
never been placed on furniture hero before,
J. HOPP & CO, carry on their own account a large ttock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter's ttock, to
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you end the pries will be less than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a ttock which Included torn
high grade goods. We will "murder" thett. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and mutt put Porter's
ttock out of the way.
The ttock Includes everything you can ute In your houte.
Now It the time to buy It.
PorterV Stock At Your Figures
REMEMBER THE PLACEI
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNG BUILDING: BI8HOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACT8.
The Company tuttalned only one death lott attributable directly to
the awful ditaster of April 18th latt.
The Company't San Francisco Home Office Building, dettroyed by fire,
was fully covered by Inturance In ttandard companies.
The land upon which the San Francleco Home Office Building ttood
hat not depreciated In value, but by rcaton of the dettructlon of Chinatown,
hat rather appreciated in value.
San Francisco mortgages held by tho Company, amounting to 1288,450,
wcro protected by real ettatt valued at $493,000, with Improvements; only a
part of which were dettroyed, worth 1170,000, and upon which Improve
ments the Company held flro Insurance to the amount of $76,000.
The vaults withstood the fire and their entire content!, about two car
loads of books ami records, are now In our Loa Angelet Home Office,
The Company has approved assets of about $11,000,000; hat nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance in force; has an annual Income of mora than $4,
500,000, and hat surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California Insurance lawa tho stockholders, whote wealth It
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA It the largest and mott popular life Inturance company wett of
the Mlisltslppi River, and hat dono a conservative and progressive butlnm
for thirty-nine years, paying clalma promptly and satisfactorily, at it will
continue to do. J, N. RU88ELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may tay to you, these are the FACT8I
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
S20 FORT STREET. GENERAL AGENT.
the home with pleasure
(Atiuaaltd Prttt Bptelal Vnhltt
NEW YORK, N. Y., 8ept. 12 Soft
refined sugar hat advanced 15 eentt
a hundred. Hard hat advanced from
5 centt to 10 centt a hundred.
ORDERED TO SEAT OF WAR.
WA8HINQTON, D. C, 8ept. 12.
f-iTho Dewey and the Marietta have
been ordered to Cuban waters.
12 KILLED IN WRECK.
MONTREAL, Canada, 8ept. 12.
There wat a collision on the Canadian
Pacific Railroad near here today.
Twelve pertont were killed.
The O. H. K. Hoiioma is leaing
Aurklanil, N '... five days late.
llllo; IC. M. lloll, Honolulu; (Icorgt
Crnzler, Honolulu; Andrew Chalmers,
Luupahochoo; A. C. Ulbb, llllo; Kd
ward II. Kdwards, Napoopoo; James li
Ward, Honolulu: John I)c Mcllo, Nu
poopoo; II. H. Maclarlnne, Honolulu
John Wise, Honolulu; C. M. Prlniilo,
Honolulu; A. M. Wilson, llllo; George
il. Dunn, Lahalnn; J. II. Craig, Hono
lulu, William I,. Hancy. liana;
Churlca .AuId.Naaleliu, Kau; Arttu't
V. Wall, Honolulu; C. S. Hall, Hono
lulu; It. A. Wadsworth. Kahulul; IL
W. Green. Honolulu; Charles J. Hoka,
(Continued on Pace 2.)
iteiifiii M i ijiimirii'i ' a ii iiafwiiiiiri ''nBiiif-'-1-;'! itit-iiiiiafiMlL
Coal passer McDonald of the strand
ed transport .Sheridan, at Ilarbcr's
Point, lust Monday night was drowned
Jn one of the hatches of the vcjsei
which Is still full of water, !inlng
stumbled against Hatch No. 2, losing
his balance ai.d falling llcfore nld
could be summoned be was dcid,
A man who was aboard the Sheri
dan yesterday reports that the death
of McDonald was the result ol u drunk
en carousal which took place on board
the transport last Monday night,
McDonald mid u number of other
men In the c.nnloy of the trnnspert
service, he biijs, had been drinking
heavily and n fight stnrted. McDonald
ran and stitmlileil agnlntt No. 2 lintc.li,
lost his balnnre and fell, being drowned
before nld 1011M be catted.
The body was brought to this rlty
by tha Iwnlnnt and n burial permit was
Issued by tho Hoard of Health, though
(he manner or death was stated an
drowning, nnd no report wns made to
tho County Coroner.
The first news of the accident was
tnken to Sheriff Drown by n llullrlln
reporter nnd.tl'e, Sheriff expressed sur
prise that lie, had not ticen notified he;
fore. Ho staled that an Inquest would
bo held and Hint the matter would h?
It Is said that ns the result of the
alleged orgy, which ended In McDon
ald s death, a butcher, a barber, n man
In the stewnrd'a department andjhrei
coal passers wero dlccharged from the
Thfi fttfltement U,aa mH this MAnn
that Clarence L. Crabbe has with-
Hravwn an a ranrilrtata. f,.- fiimarultA
on the Republican ticket.
1 nit is uraoDct nnai withdrawal
and outs him nut Af the riinnlnn fnr
anv County office, Crabbe hat tald
ine announcement will appear In to
morrow mornlny'i paper,
A reception nnd card party was ten
dered Matter Frank U Hoogs last
evening, unde- the auspices of the Bull
Frog Club of Maklkl. or which he Is a
member. He has Just returned rrom
a trip to the mainland. The evening
was tnken up In pedro playing and the
following weio the winners; First
Loys' prize. Frank U Hoogs, a knife;
first girls prite, 1,-iticla Morgan, .1
souvenir spoon; boys' booby prize,
ueo. A, (lonsalvcs, a bottle ot catsup;
girls booby prize, Dora Atwatcr, a
baby's rattle An enjoyable evening
was spent by those present, nnd after
a series of game, refreshments were
toned, The dub room was lieautltul-
ly decorated with malic and Mima lets,
being tho colors of the club,
mmhmrfdw Iw fglwktaftgwk fwklall
The More You Think
about our men's working thoet the greater your appreciation of
the Wonderful value, good-fit featuret, long-wear quality, high
grade finish and good appearance In every pair. Then you do
not wonder at our large trade there't a reaton for It.
No man, whether poor or comfortably fixed, can afford to
pay for thoea and have them rip and tear the very tint time he
gett them wet. He would rather pay more and get quality,
Shoet cott more now to build than ever before; hence thtre
mutt be a tacrlfice tomewhere. Wo positively will not cut out
quality in our ttock and tell a man "Thlt It the tame thoe at
the tame price." Full value here In every tale.
J 051 Fort Street.
4 ' or the next alx men, who past you
' on the street, one ha tome money
to Inveit one it looking (or anoth
( I er place to live, and one It anxtout
1 1 to teeure a better Job. Naturally
1 1 thcie three men are reading the
1 1 Wantt nowaday. Have you any
ulng to tay to them
FbIOH 5 (JKNT8
Mttocliifrrf Prtit Srfrtat Call)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat.. Sept. 12.
There was a slight run on the Hlber-
nla Bank today. The Commlttloners,
However, report the condition of the
bank to be sound. Over $30,000,000..
It immediately available.
The Illbcrnln Dank, while being'
onu or the largest In San Francisco,,
was one of tho hardest lilt by tho dis
aster on account of Its largo Invest
ments In San Francisco real estate.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Sept. 12.
The Democratic State Convention has
named the following for Supreme Jus
tices of the State: C. A. Barlow,
Jackson and Hatch. Judge Muratky
hat been named for Congreat from
the Sixth Dlttrict. H. A. Oreen hat'
been named for Congreta from the
Additional Cablt Newt on Page 2.
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