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The 'unchanging support of Honolulu merchants accounts for the high grade Bulletin
THE BULLETIN WANT AD.
Prem Sin Frtnelieo:
Sierra . . ... Sept.
America Mnm Sept.
Per 8n Francisco:
Mongolia . . f Sept.
ARE THE NEAREST APPROACH
TO A CONGRESS OF CONTENT- ,
a conference of people who have f
too mucn ot mis ana 100 nine 01 4
that a market-place where Qlve I
and Take It the slogan, and where T
things are equalized and balanced Y
the lies mm tamaes in kind
d adjusted In the Clearing House
for Small Things.
Vol. XV III No 3J8ft
HONOLULU. TEUKITORY OP HAWAII. MONDAY; SEPTEMBER 17. 190
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DICKEY SAYS LAW FORBIDS PRIZE FIGHTS
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Onlera were received I lilts afternoon
at 2 o'clock ly Quartermaster Hum
ph ry of IIiIh city for Hie irnimport
Buford to procceil at once to Midway,
herc the will, pick up (ho pnsscnKcra
'of 'the wrccitctl alntiRollri. 'The Huforil
lh the only vessel In this port which
can accommodate the larpe number otj
faEBetiKcrn that arc on the .Mongolia
with any degree of comfort anil bIio
will he crowded to I ho limit ns It In. It
will be necessary to put In temporary
hunk accommodations for the steerage
passengers, but tho llrsl class paxiicn
gem will lie ns well homed and taken
rare of as If they wero still on the Pa
cific Mall liner.
Capt. Hcldt. n brother of Capt. Hchlt
of the Tenth Infantry, located In this
city, la the quartermaster cnntaln on
board and the navigating captain u
Capt. Krnnk Hall.
With the pnllltiK of the .Manchuria
off the reef at Walmanalo nnd the go
ing on of the Mongolia at .Midway Ib
land the town was In n ferment of ex
citement Inst night. The news came
early that the passengers of tho Mon
golla had all been landed Eafely ami
that she was lying In n precarious pu
hltlon and making water. The acrom-
modntlons at Midway are, of courM
entirely Inadcriuato nnd It will bo
some time beforo the Pailllc .Mall wli
be able to bring all the passengers to
this city. As eooii an tho news was
heard here an attempt wns made to
r-ave tho transport Ilufonl, which was
under orders to sail for San Francisco
this afternoon, diverted to Midway to
bring back tho Mongolh people. I'p to
noon today no Instruction had been re-
celved from the. War Department on
5or. FORT and HOTEL ST8
MONGOLIA ON THE ROCKS AT MIDWAY ISLAND.
Captain Halt is not particularly mix .
Ions In tnko tho Uufnril to Midway ns
(lie connl there U n uiuvofclon of rrcf-f,
which nre'for tho most'parl nnchancd
rind thcro Is 'no moro dangerous point
In tho raclllc than I here. Of course
he will net as Instructed from Wash
ington. In case tho Iiurord ranuot be ob
tained for tho work the Inlcr-Island
steamer Klnau will bo Ihn next choice.
According to the passenger llcci.bc
which she carries she may taka ll!l
first class pasHcngcrs. 200 In tho steer
ago and KiU extras as exciirslonlKtH. u
total of 413. In case she is sent Capt.
l'lltz of (he steamer Iwulanl will In all
probability bo In command ns he Is
for moro familiar with tho conditions
at MidwaV thun any other captain in
this port. Ho has made a number ot
trips to that (Bland for the Iutcr-Is-laud
company and will be a most com
petent man to havo charge of the work.
There arc probably few first class
passengers on tho Mongolia us this Is
not a season of heavy travel from the
Orient. When the China, the last ship
to arrive from the Far Kast. enmo In
lust week she brought only eleven in
her flr3t cabin
llnckfeld & Co. elate that they will
see that the paBEcngcrs are all caicd
for ns well as can hn done and that
every possible comfort will be given
them In the position In which they are
The cubleshlp Restorer, which towed
the Manchuria Jn from Walmanalo, In
lying at the railroad dock ut present
coaling for tho trip to Midway, and
will tall for Hint point Wednesday
when she will hit accompanied by the
naval tug Iroquois. It has not yet been
decided whether the revenue cutler
Arc here in the largest assort
ment oi Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner you come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 25.
Manning will bo sent to Midway or not
Slio Is liable to bo needed in (he work
on the Sheridan at any moment,
should a ctnrni enmo up nnd it would
leao the transport entirely nnprotcct
ed in a taso of emergency, if sill the
powerful boats xhoulil lie bent away
ui ine saino time.
The Mongoliu Is ashore as the re
sult of the atop which nlin made at
Midway to land (leneral Manager Ward
of the Purine Commercial Cablo Com
pauy, who wished to stoji at Midway
on n lour of luspcillon.
The fact Unit she would be In n mont
dangerous position wns well known tu
her owners and is shown most clearly
by a mcHsagu which was tent to Cnpi.
Porter by President Schwerln of the
Pnclllt! Mall before tho liner left the
Orient. In which ho gave Capt. Pen It r
special Instruction to Ufe the utmost
rare when landing the cable man.
It Is unusual that any cuch action
should bo taken nnd aho.vu how dan
gerous tho Midway reefs lire consid
ered. The Mongolia would not dare
to euture within two mllen of the
Island and iiiurt hnc been wrecked on
one of the outlying rcefa which sur
round (hat plnco and which nro prae
The IroqiiniH will carry down n large
amount of supplies for Ihn inariuej
who arc stationed on Midway and wUj
render any usblstancc in her power
Capt. Metealf when seen this morn
"I hope that the Mongolia will be
able to pull herself olf, an I am not
anxious In go down there, Wc have
been successful with the Manchuria
nnd I nm greatly pleased over the re
sult hut do not know for certain Just
what will bo done In tlm rnso of the
Mongolia, The Iteslorer and tho lro
minis will probably leave on Wednes
day for Midway ami may bo nccom
pan led by tho Manning, hut I nm not
icrtnln of this yet. Tho material which
has been used In the pulling on of the
Manchuria will, of course, bo usud to
salvo her sister ship anil we uro for
tunate to havo Hint at hand Instead
of having (o wait for it lo coino from
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Sept. 15.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 0s.
1 I -2d. Parity, 4.14 cents. Quotation,
Sept, 14, 10s. 3 4d. Sept. 13, 0s. 11 Hd.
"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.
ter be sure of the safety of your pa
pers than sorry you had not rented
one of the boxes at flvo dollars a year.
I HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO
Oahu Workers To Meet
This Evening At j
FOURTH DISTRICT PROPOSES '
NEW REPRESENTATION FUN
A STRICT INTERPRETATION OP
RULES WILL NOT ALLOW
MEMBERS FOR NLW
Wlio Is to bo tho Chairman of the
Oahu County Committee?
This will bo discussed If not ilerld
til at n meeting to ho held .it lt"puh
lie an headquarters this evening. I: 'ft
hoped (lint the orRnnlrnlion will In
(ompleled tonight. T There I., a good
ileal In talk over.
Thin morning it wns nmionm'-'l 'lint
Vlda wns n candidate (or In rbalr
manshlp. Later Knlelopu wan wig
gesled. The latter nabl l:i cmilil not
lake It and It wns undristnol tint
Vtn la not nnxlous. Against both
llieto men In tho fact that they are
candidates on tho ticket and n candi
date In not considered tho bi'st man
In manage the campaign.
Clarence Cooke of the Fourth has
been suggested, but. t Is not known
whether he will ta,'- It.
Another matter to- he taken up Is
that much'illscusnrd question of the
representation of the Fourth and
Fifth District precincta on tbo County
(Continued on Pfl .)
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP & CO, th
tore In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retiring from business, have placed on sale at J. HOPP 4
CO.'S stores the entire stock of Porter's at price 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 n,o room for Porter'' stock, io
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be less than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a stock which Included som
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter1
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.,
1003-1069-1065 YOUNQ BUILDINQ 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.
Tho land upon which the San Francisco Home Office 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 the Company, amounting to 1298,450,
were protected by real estato valued at $-193,000, 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.
The vaults withstood the fire and their entire contents, about two car
loads of books and records, are now In our Los Angeles Home Ottlcs,
The Company has approved assets of about $11,000,000; has nearly
$100,000,000 of Insuranco in force; has an annual Income of more thanft,
600,000, and lias surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000. -
Under tho 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 FACT8I
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
920 FOnT 6TRECT. . GENERAL AGENT.
Dickey Springs Federal
Statute On Our
Flti ITERS MAY GET A
FIVE YEAR JAIL TERM
TCXT OF THE LAW THAT DICKEY
SAYS SHOULD PUT STOP TO
FURTHER FISTIC EN-
F.dltor levelling llulletln: Cnn-i-lilernhlc
space Is given In (he Adver
Ihicr of yesterday anil today (o prlzo
U,-,htH nt the Zoo In Knlmiiki on last
Hnturilny night. You mny be about
In give somo space In tho matter in
jour edition IIiIh nlternoon. Tb
whole thing wns dead against United
tUalcs law, ami subjects the lighten!
In Imprisonment from one to flvo
jiars, but I have seen nothing In (he
inpera hinting In the least that tho
light wub criminal. I enclose the
United States law. Will )ou not pub
lish It today or tomorrow to counter
act the effect of llio story of (hn
I.YI.K A. DICKKY.
Honolulu, T. H., Kept. 17, W.
Art or Feb. 7, 1SIH. published In 27
U, B. Statutes, p. 5. An Act lo Pro
hibit Prlzo Fighting and Pugilism and
Fights lletween Men and Animals ami
(Continued on Pag B)
8peclal Cable to The II
MIDWAY, Sept. 17, 3(08 P. M.
reef practically as she struck. She I
Captain Porter has jettisoned th
The engines are working.
All the passengers have been Ian
ken good care of. In fact, they thor
spare time Is occupied with the excep
The malls and baggage will be la
The ship Is In a good position an
erly winds continue.
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 17. An ex
plosion here today wrecked two build
ings. Six persons were killed and
The rebel leaders at Bejucal have
decided not to accept the Cuban gov
ernment's peace terms,
8PRINGFIELO, III., Sept. 17.
Three hundrr-t bollermakers of the
Wabash roar are out on strike.
can leave the management
of same entirely in our
hands. We will collect
rents and Interest, pay
taxes and take care of all
details, making remittanc
es monthly or as preferred.
You get the advantage
of the knowledge and ex
perience of a trustworthy
Fori St. Honolulu
barefooted. It is unhealthy and they are likely to catch
some contagiosa disease.
Wo have the largest and most complete stock of chil
dren's shoes ever shown, consisting of Lace Boots, Oxford
Ties, Slippers, Pumps and Sandals. Prices to (It every pocket
book in town, as well as a shoe to (it every child In town.
Remember! Children like to buy from us because we
take pride in pleasing them.
80c to $3.50
1051 Fort Street.
iillitln from Midway
The steamer Mongolia Is still on the
t resting easily and the weather con-
e forward cargo.
ded. They are well and are'belng ta
oughly enjoy the experience, and the
tlonally tine sea bathing that Midway
nded today. ,-
d will continue so js long as the east-
WILL PROTECT BRITISH.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 17.
The Government has announced that
It will protect British Interests In Cu
ba as far as possible.
GIBRALTAR, SepL 17. Admiral
Chichester Is dead.
BRYAN ON THE STUMP.
RALEIGH, N. C, Sept. 17. Wm.
Jennings Dryan Is stumping this
PORT SAID, Sept. 17. Mutiny ha
broken out here among the Turkish
troops and many have been killed In
the fighting which followed.
THE VERY LATEST IN
THIS LINE JUST
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
" Kerchief " Cap?
Don't Send Your
Children to School
Shoe Go,, Ltd.,
'Phone Main 282
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