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THE BULIETIK IS TIE PAKR TlilT DOES THfII(i$
Vol XVIII No 3193
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HA WAIL EKIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 190U
Piuon 6 Ukntb
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Liner Mongolia Slides Off
Reef Under Her Own Steam
And Will Soon Head Home
Special Cable to the Bulletin
Midway, Sept 21. The Pacific Mail
steamer Mongolia was floated at 8 aim
PACIFIC MAIL LINER
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midwAy, Poland, sept.) 2t,
ance. HER ENGINES WERE 'KEPT WORKING CONTINUALLY AND ANCHORS WERE'PUT OUT "AS-
TERN. THE SHIP'S OWN GEAR FURNISHED ALL THE EQUIPMENT NECESSARY.
THE JAPANESE CRUISER LEFT LA8T NIGHT. 8HE STOOD B Y BUT DID NOT HELP.
ONLY THE THREE FORWARD HOLDS ARE TAKING WATER, WHICH IS UNDER CONTROL BY
THE SPECIAL PUMP8 RIGGED ON THE SHIP.
THE DAMAGE TO THE VES8EL SEEMS VERY SLIGHT AND SHE WILL BE ABLE TO PROCEED
ON HER VOYAGE.
Hackfeld & Co, the agenta for the
Pacific Mall, received their first In
formation concerning the saving of
the Mongolia from the ulletln extra,
and up to 1:30 they had received no
other Information. Details as to the
way In which she was pulled off arc
lacking, but It Ib generally supposcJ
that the Japanese training ship Are
gawa, which arrived off Midway Wed
nesday, hat been largely Instrumental
In the salving of the liner. It was
supposed that she would get a lino
aboard the stranded vessel, and there
was a' faint hope that she might he
successful In nulling her off the rocks,
though there was little, expectation
that' this wquld be accomplished so
soon. Tie most that was expected
was that the Aregawa would bo able
to bold the Mongolia In her position
and prevent her drifting further onto
the shoals where It might bo dlmuilt
dent, however, that either tho Aregawa
or Impossible to get her off It Is evl
hat been successful beyond all expec
tations, or that tho Mongolia has her
Comet fbOafir Hen
Sor, FORT and HOTEL 8T8
MONGOLIA RESCUED PROM REEF
(Special Cable to The Bulletin)
4:30 p. m. the Mongolia was
self been ablo to work loose from tho
clutch of the sharp rocks that were
piercing her bottom
Hon ever It happened, the main (act
Is that the big chin Is floated and one
of the finest cssel3 In the Pacific saved I
from destruction. The news will cause
almost as mucn rejoicing among tho
general traveling public as with tho
owners and agents of tho liner.
The Buford, which left for Midway
Monday night to bring back the Mon
golia's passengers, ought to be about,
there by this time, and the Iroquois'
should also be near Midway. Should
further assistance he needed, these
two essels will bo In a position to ren
However, now that sho is oil tho
reef, It Is not thought that thcio
need bo any further anxiety concern
ing the liner. In nil probability sho
will bo able to como to Honolulu with
her own motlvo power. It Is trtio
that two of her holds arc reported to
lo full of water, but her engines, so
far as reports go, aro uninjured, and
Are here in (he largest assort
ment of Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner you come the
better your selections will be
TEL. MAIN 28.
floated without assist
lt Is hardly probable that her e,nglno
rooms are crippled by water or other
wise. H may bo necessary to make
homo temporary ropalm before sho
ran leave Midway, but the general
belief Is that the cssel will bo in the
harbor here in a few dajs.
Tho cable ship Restorer, carring
provisions and wrecking and towing
gear, left port at midnight last night,
and Is now well on her way to Mid
way. It was too late to stop her
when the news of tho Mongolia's be
ing oft tho reef wub received, and In
rase It Is nccossary for the latter v en
rol tn bo towed into port, the Restor
er Is well equipped for the work. Sho
took with her tho lone towing caulo
of thn oil steamer Rosecrans, which Ih
the largest thing of tho kind on tho
Pacltlr. Tho Hoaecraim herself was
still In port awaiting further orders
In regard to going to Midway. This,
of course, will now bo unnecessary.
and sho will bo ablo to proceed to tho
Dollar hlgns Automobiles and"prl
who care to make more
than the ordinary sav
ings bank rate of Inter
ett can have It wisely
and tafily Invested at
Fort Rt. Honolul'.
lAntoclntrd Pmi Sprrlitl Cabl') '
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 21. The
rebels have fired on the Marietta ma.
rlnet garrltonlng the Sotedad ougar
The battleship Virginia and the
crultert Cleveland and Tacoma have
(.Usorlntnl J'rc gprelnl Cntilfl
HONGKONG, China, Sept. SI. The
entlro licet of fishing junks In thlt
harbor wat lost In the recent typhosn.
This makes the mortality 10,000 ,
In the case of C. H Camp vs. L K.
Kcnlwcll and J I). Holt, Jr., Judt
Iloblnson granted a motion for n writ
of sine (aclas against Holt, In till
court this morning.
Fine Job Printing at the Bullttl.i
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J, HOPP A. CO, tht
tore In the Young Building, which recently bought the ttock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
It retiring from buttnttt, have placed on tale at J, HOPP t
CO.'S ttoret the entire ttock of Porttr'a at prices which have
never been placed en furniture hire before,
J. HOPP A CO. carry on their own account a large ttock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter's stock, to
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be lest than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a etock which .Included tome
high grade goodt. We will "murder" thete. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and mutt put Perter'a
ttock out of the way.
The ttock Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now It the time to buy IL
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-10S9-1065 YOUNQ BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACT8.
The Company tuttalned only one death Ion attributable directly to
the awful dltatter of April 18th lt.
The Company's 8an Francltco Home Office Building, dettroyed by fire,
wat fully covered by inturance in atandard companies.
The land upon which the San Francisco Home Office Building ttood
hat not depreciated In value, but by rtaton of the destruction of Chinatown,
hat rather appreciated in value,
8an Francisco mortgagee held by the Company, amounting to t2M,4o0,
were protected by real estate valued at 1493,000, with Improvements, only a
part of which were destroyed, worth $170,000, and upon which Improve
ment! the Company held fire Inturance to the amount of $75,000,
The vaultt withstood the tire and their entire contents, about two car
loads of bookt and record!, are now In our Lot Anneles Home Office,
The Company has approved anots of about $11,000,000; hat nurly
$100,000,000 of Inturance In force; hat an annual inoome of more than $V
600,000, and hat turplut to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California Insurance laws the stockholders, whose wealth It
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE IN8URANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA le the largest and most popular lift Insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, and hat done a conservative and progrettlve butinest
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, at It will
continue to do, J, N. RUSSELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may say to you, these are the FACT3I
CLINTON J. HUTCHIN8,
MMOctatrrf Prttt Sptoal Cable)
TRENTON, N. J., Sepl. 21 Five
of the largest Cuban concerns have
combined under the corporate name
ol the Cuban-American 8ugar Com
pany with a capital of twelve mil
lions of dollars
'MMrfrMfrif I'rttt ffprcldl CabHI
VICTORIA, B. C, Sept. 21. The
American schooner Reginald hat
Ken celled for Illegal tithing.
(Alinclaled rmi Hiflal Cable)
JELLICO, Tertn., Sept. 21. An ex
plosion of dynamite In the railroad
yard htrt today killed 12 persons.
(Special by Wireless tn The lltiltetlii)
KAILUA Hawaii, Sept. 21. Alfred Carter today bought the Parker
Ranch for ilx hundred thousand dollars. Parker reserves the homestead.
The receiver has been discharged and Carter Is In control.
The Parker ranch has of late cara
been the cntiso of lengthy nnd cxpen
five litigation In th courts, both on
Hawaii and In Honolulu Tho prin
cipal controversy was between Col.
Sam Parker, part owner of the ranch,
nnd Annie T. K. Parker, n minor, thr
daughter of his former partner
Tim rnntrnlfrsv nrnhnhlv tinit fnr
its main source, the desire of both! the ranch aei'ined uiiaxnlilable, anil
pnrtles to obtain lull control of thc'cii" of tho parties who was on tho In
property. Tho matter culminated In
tho famous Parker ranch case which
wns fouaht for months In the local
Circuit Court last year. This wns nn
action brought by J. S. Low ns next
friend of tho minor, and without ttio
consent of her mother, for the remen
at of A. W. Carter, tho guardian of
Annlo T. K. Parker, nnd nlso Iho
manager nf tho ranch. Charges of
mismanagement we're brought up by
tho score.. but the complainants' nil
ed to establish their romplalnts.
When this suit finally was con
cluded thero was still more litigation
pending regarding the ftnnl dlsposl
8AN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Sent 20.
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Parity, 3.99 cents.
Mcmbrr uf the Southern Cal
Ifornla pirty nre requested to
call for their copies of tho spe-
clal Bulletin ns soon as possible.
Copies hae been set apart for
t- them and If they deslro It, the
Biiltotln will mall the papers tn
addresses sent to tho office. 4-
Tho local demand for tho is- 4
4 suo Is large, hut tho Bulletin 4-
management wish to bo certain
that tho Callfornians havo ob-
v tained all they wish beforo or-
4 ilers for extras are supplied.
will contain a cartoon suggested to
the Bulletin artist by the California
Editors Taking Possession,
Alfred 0. Hills today tiled a suit In
equity asking that ho he appointed as
next friend of his mother, Are! Nun
Hills, the widow of Major Hills, for
many years a resident of this city, Ho
states that his mother is Influenced
and controlled by his two brothers,
William and John, and that there aro
certain properties rightfully belong
ing to her at H.5 Kmnia street,
which, though mortgaged, should he
placed In the hands of snmo respon
sible, trust company for control.
barefooted. It It unhtalthy and they are likely to.catch
tome contagious disease,
We have the largest and most complete stock of chil
dren's shoes ever shown, contltting of Lace Boots, Oxford
Tils, Slippers, Pumps and Sandals. Prices to fit every pocket
book In town, at well at a thoe to fit every child In town.
Rcmemberl Children like to buy from ut because we
take pride in pleating them,
80c to $3.50
1 05 J Fort Street.
Hon of the rani h proper!) to the two
owners, Annie T K Parker anil Col.
Ham Parker Tor months the ncgo
tlatlous were carried on through tho
attornejN of both parties, secrnl of
fers of punhnso being made from
both slilcs, while neither seemed anx-
loui to sell As ii matter nf act, the
rnnn fttrmil Kuril Hint n nartltlon of
isl.Ie repnm-il It lo he imminent n ipw
.ila)s nco The news nf thu snlo Is
therefore not mill of groat Import-
nnci but a most absolute surprlso to
the entlro coinmiinlt.
The safety of your value
t able papers ,1s our salvation.
Either is cheap at Five Dol
lars a year when It comet In
a safe deposit box.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
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