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All visiting members of the
order aro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings ot local lodges.
mv order aro cordially invited to at- fcSrt..,,! ,, , Miss I;. Olson enmc from tlio Coast ,
m',r tend meetings ot local lodges. , BflSSfcti jWhlto HorSO Cellar. on tlio Alameda today. II,
'U HARMONY LODQE, No. 1, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. O. O P. Hall. Tort street,
K. It. HHNDIIY. Secretary.
c o,iiottix. n. (i.
AH vlsltlrg bro'liers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of T.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:20 o'clock In K. ot P. llall. K!ny
street. Visiting tirotliera cordially In
vited to attcm.
o. j. wniTnunAD, 0.0.
F. WALDRON, K.R.S.
OAHU LODG? w0. i, k. 0f r.
Meets every Trlday nveulrg at
K. P. llall, Klnrt street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lo'Uo, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothers tordlally Invited.
A. 1). IIOND. C. O.
A. B. KENVVAY, K.ILB.
HONOLULU LODGE 810, I. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge- No. 616, II. P. O. H,
will meet In their hall, on Miller
ml Dcrotanla streets, awry Friday
3y order of the K. n.
HAURY II. SIMPSON,
n. E. MUMUT, K.IL
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. B, K.of P.
VeMs every Saturday evening at
7:10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
t'.rssL Visiting brothers cordially in
vlt to attend.
M. it. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACOIISON, IC.H.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 143, F. O. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th W KDN1SH
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. or P. Hall, King strict
Visiting Caglej aro Invited ti at.
DAM McKnAOflK. W.P.
II. T. MOOHK. W. 8ocy.
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
Meets every flrsl arJ third THUItS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows'. Uulldlng. Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full atlendarce
U desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. B. M.
Meet evry second and fourth
fRIDAY of each month In I. O. O. F-
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. imAKB. Sathem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. ot It.
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytleno Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates lees beat, viti
ates the air less jod has no Injurious
effect" an the eves.
For ,urther partl-ylsrs Inqulrs t
Also Cale'um Carbide of all sires. In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager..
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St.
to your store every day If you keep
the delivery wagon well painted and
Don't lose this business but
bring your wagon here when It needs
attention and we'll attend to It at a
427 QUEEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
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Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
cf iht leJi'.in J.t)l,
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INMIT os CITT1M1
8pWhito Horso Cellar.
lnc k ht$ prlrM WhUfcr man don t kP It
If tbry can il another bran J.
MACKIE & COY. DISTILLERS LTD.,
I6LAY, QLENLIVCT, AND GLASGOW.
KINO AND DETHEL nTREETS
ANY TIME -qBG
EJS5"- EVERY DAY
HAWAIIAN GRABS HUT8I
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC., ETC.I
DONT MISS A GOOD TIMEI
'Wear Yoolcn Worsteds
A new and complete line of both
English and American manufacture
now In stock.
Order now and have a stylish, long-we.-irinn,
well fitting suit made to your
order from this handsomo material.
W. W. Aiiana & Co.,
02 King St.
For Fine Millinery
B03TON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
Phone Main 487
YOU GET THE
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 4S7.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
o FINE o
FINE SUITS FROM I5 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATIHQ CO.,
J, J. Fern, Manager,
RlclurJk near Queen Sts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to,
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
OPIA CIQAR '!!
Best Sc Smoke
Tho Ololo Mh It ehciper.
Autos for hlro nt Ter. Stables.
Tho Rough Kldcra liavo arrived.
W. II. Wilgltt nrrUcd ftom tho
Miss C Petersen arrived from tho
Mr. 8 Decoto arrled fiom tho
Miss II. Johnson came In nn the
Mrs. K. W. Condon camo In today
on tlio Alnmcdn.
Mrs. V. Davidson wns a passenger
on the Alnmi'iln.
ltnlph Ynrdney la now drawing car
toons for "Life."
. Hist cup of lotfco In tho city. Now
Smoke the Opla Co cigar. Hnysclden
Toliaeeo Co, ngeiits,
0. Wilson was a passenger on the
Alauiedn this vo)nge.
Mhi K. Olften rntno from tho Coast
on tho Alnnicda today.
U. M. Wolf was n passenger who ar
rived on tlio Alameda.
Mr. and Mrs. V.. Stauf came in on
the Alameda this morning.
Mrs. 1). K. Pnrla returned today on
the Alameda fmm tho Oust.
Judge A. S, Humphreys wnn nn ar
rhlng passenger on ttm Ahtneda lodiy
Mr. and Mm, C. A. Null nrrlrd In
the ( Ity todny on hoard tho Alameda.
P. Humane of Onhtt plantation nr
ihoil ftuin the Stales today on the Ala
meda, Tomorrow being a Jewish holiday the
Store of J. M. I.ey ft Co. Hill he doted
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1. $1.G0 and $2 per week. 1213
i:hlers will ho closed all day Satur
day. September 29, on account of an
A. M. CiiUcr, agent of tbu Oceanic
Hteanushlp Company, was on' the Ala
meda this oyace.
O.ilm Lodge. No 1. K. of P., will
meet tonight nt 7:3'l o'clock In K. ot
P. Hall, King street.
, meeting of the Riihscilliera tn I lie
Ciinilnercl.il Club will be held nt the
evening nt 7:.lil o'clock.
Don't forget tho muslin underwear
sale at Whitney &. Marsh's, which be
gins tomorrow morning.
On account ot Saturday being n
Jewish holiday, the (llolie Clothing
Co.'s store will ho closed nil day.
Don t forget Alamed't dnucu tliM
evening, at Royal Hawaiian 1 Intel.
Mth. Al.ipal rIiirh during dinner hour.
WnlkIM Inn In now owned by W. C.
llergln. Accommodation!), mippllcs
and attendance absolutely first tlasH,
lliicst bathing on tho bench.
When the weather Is hot "Arabic"
will rool your Iron roof. When tho
weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevent
rust California Feed Co., agents.
Tlio lark Kmlly F. Whitney has been
chartered by tlio Chas. NeUnn Co. to
tiling lumber from Pugct Sound to thU
Srhiiman Carriage Co. repair car
riages nt their repair department on
(Jueen street. First clans work guar
Unusual bargains In embroideries
will ho ready tomorrow moinlng nt A.
Hlmu's on -Fort Street. Don't miss 'lie
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ilalley nrrlvcd this
morning from tlio States on tho Ala
mcila. They arc nccompanied by Miss
AihUeti from San Frnnclsto state
that tho barkcntlne Wrestler has been
told by the S. H. Slado Lumber Com
pany to Olson & Mahony.
Clinton In tho life of Hour. Holly
Hour contains moro gluten than nuy
other Hour. Hold by nil grocers or
Tlico. II. DalcB&Co., Ltd.
Rev. 0. U Pearson of Santa llo;a,
who was formerly here, has been re
appointed ns pieuldlug elder of the
M. '.. ihurch ot Napa distrlrt.
Tho ship W. W. Smith linn been
(.battered t carry lumber from thu
Sound to Australia. She sailed from
this port for San Frnnclsin a few ilat
Tl.o W. S. Porter, a new oil tanker
built nt Newport News for tho Anno
il.itrd Oil Co, has been launched and
will bo on tlio PailHc run early In Jan
Tho "Two Kludn," signs which hnvn
Hooded the Htrci'tH were distributed hj
the Y. M. C. A. They refer to thu two
kinds of mcmbeislilp which that organ
Warren WIIhoii, one, of tho California
I'dltniK, ht'iled Hut the Mololiau labor
experiments tiled In California hnvo
fulled, lie characterizes thu RusslaiiH
nu u great biiuio piopusltliiu.
Jack lonilim writes I lilt t his stait
on l.ls tour nroiiml tlin world lias lif'ii
delain because uf tho e.ntllipi.ike,
which made It nccs.';aiy for lilm to
ship n lio.it from New York." When he
conic he will gu to Hilo first, and lalir
It Is lejKirleil fiom S.m Fuinclsro
Hint thu Cliuigi'iiiH-Itciiuls Hue, wliou
fieliiliterx urn In make niontlily eill.i
at this rort hereafter, will add (Ivo raor
big freight stenuiera to their licet i.i
January next. 'IIicko will be the U
loiiclio Tmvlllo, Anilral olry, Aiiilinl
Mngon, Anilral Nellly mid Anilral
Tlio now central cecietary of Hie V
W. C. A., Miss C, 0. Mover, nccom
p.iiiled by liir as.slslaut, Mlsj A. Stulir.
linked fiom Sinauieiilii jesterdny
.I1uh Ktulir will liavo thnigo of tlio
Hnglesldo boaidlng bouse. At a Joint
meelliig of tlm Y. M, C. A. mid V. W
C A., on October 21, tlio newly in lived
olllicis of botli utboclatluiiH will bo u'l
Do I ISeed
H No, uon't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
MONUMENTS, 8AFE3, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 887.
HAWAII CHUTNEY SCO RE
Twenty four Jarn of Hawaiian chut
ney wcro used nn tho P. M S. 8. SI
l"",hi hol eon San Franrlsco and Ho
nolulu. ,Tho Siberia (as nro all tho sit
, ., pnshougcr HlcamciH of thu P. M.
S. S. Co.) Is splendidly eatcicd tor,
nml nupplli'K Bfveinl llrst-olass Indian
cliutncyH to their passengers, and Mr.
Johnstone, the popular steward ot tlio
Siberia, xnyn the Hawaiian chutney
wnn most in demand on the trip down.
Thin In a great triumph to Mr.
Kearnn, who hnn worked so assiduous
ly to put our local product In tlio fi out.
rank. jWhoji-wo rcallro that tho most
experienced cllths nro tho wealthy
ntst-ills M'finure3 of these fplon
dldHti'uniift tbeji wo know tho Ha
wiillifn initio rhiitnc) has won tho
hlghert possible tciittinoulal mid tho
opinion "of such' a famous caterer as
Mr. .lolinstonb Is ct'rtnlnly most on
rnurngliig to tho propilctnr of tho
Hint Honolulu Jam and chutney fac
Additional Cable News on Page 2.
MILLIONS M STORM
Fonsnrnh, Fla., Sept. 27. Tho worst
slnrni of the tentury Is raging heio.
Thu pioperly loss nlieady niuoiuiln to
tin eo millions of dollars. The walci
front is stiowu with wittknge hut Iho
n poits of los3 of life nio uiKoiifiiincd
Wharves nie dcstiaycd, llglittng mi'l
telegrnpli syslenm lire piostrnted mid
and the Mrcds nro llllc.l uith debris.
Havana Sept 27. Intervention Is ex
pected todny. Preparations aro com
plete for the landing of marine..
Oyster Hay, Sept. 27. President
Roosevelt Is still hopeful of the Cuban
situation. Ho Is preparing tn mako n
IS-hoiir villi lo Admiral Ivans' Hoot olt
tho MiinhuoliufcltH ro.iHt.
Washington, September 27. Morgan
SliuMor has been iipioluled a niomber
of tho Philippine Conimlsslon.
Notice Is lieicby given Hint tlio reg
ular oi culling electric llglilH vveio re
(stubllHlied Sepleiubor 7, IMC, uu Sail
I'laiiilsoo Light Vessel No. 70, "sta
tioned about :t"t inllm oiililde tho bar
ort tlio cntrnncd to San I'lnnclfco Hur
lior, 10,, mllm UW. 7 W. fiom Foil
I olnt Light lloiee. and nliout Kou feet
In tlm Northward of the rnugo lino
marked by Fort Point Light and AI
Nolho U lierehy given Hint ponding
tlio lehulldlui; of Anltu Rock lteacoii,
S.m I'lamlsco Hay, Cal., a tlilid-cl.iss
nun buoy, painted red mid lihuk liori
gonial slilpcs, lias been estnlillsliod hi
CU foot of watfi- uboitl 7C feet N. Vj l
fiom the rod;.
II. T MAYO,
Cniuniand.n-, li. S. N., Iiispeclor.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DFX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin snd the Weekly Edition, Gives a
roiiclso and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real ea
tato transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d P" month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 Pr yr.
Lives o! the Queen's
FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST.
Compiled from official records and
other authentic documents, private as
welt as public, by Agnes Strickland,
with a biographical Introduction by
John Foster Kirk, In sixteen vol
umes with about one hundred hand
colored rare plates,
' The Imperial Edition, limited to
1000 numbered copies, bound In Im
ported English buckram, $0.00 per
volume. There are other finer bind
ings Including the Royal Edition,
$60.00 per volume and the Alexandra
Edition, $100 00 per volume. To be
had on easy Installments of $5.00
mqnthly and upwards,
Wm, C. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Confidence Felt That It
Will Last Some
Thin morning Ueorgo II. Robertson
tho vice-president nml manager ot
llreuir ti Co, gavo out olllrlally tlia
tho dli ei tins ot tlio Qiiomea. Sugar Co.
bad decided to raise tbu dividend on
Oiionien Sugar Co. stock from l',i tn
2Vi per cent a mouth.
Somo tlma ago It vvns contemplati-d
to take this step, but action was de
layed as a (pioium could not ho secured
lor n dli e( tors' meeting, owing to the
nliscmo of several of tho directors in
ftm Francisco. Consequently nothing
could bo done hoforo they had hteu
tousulled by mall. This wns dune
and tho Slberii yesteidny brought tho
welcome iiovvh that they consented In
"Tho dividend has been raised to 2',!i
per cent until further notice," said Rob
ertson this illuming. "That is SO cents
u share, tlm niinrcs being $2U cadi."
While the Increase of dividend,
which was toiilidcntly expected, mused
i oiuddcrnblo activity In Oiumiea hcie
tho i.tuckhobk'rs on the Coast did evi
dently not taku as optimistic a view ot
thu situation, evidently believing that
Hie Increase would be only for u vcr)
Blunt time. Those stockholder) luiv)
thus offered consldorulilo Onoinca stock
for sale, u nsiutst for nn offer on one
block of 1000 shares being, for In
Maine, received by a lotnt looker n
few days ago. Locally, however, tho
excepllonally tlinng standing of Ond-
tnen, Inspiies a lonlident belief that
the liuicased dividend will bo paid
lor n year or nt least leu months, under
all cirtuniHtniHCs, ns, It Is i (intended,
the plantation (ould easily pay It, oven
without touching next jear'H ptollt.
In tlm cam of Walter C. Weedon vs
C. Y. Clinpln and Mrs. C. W. Chapln
the nttiiiiioy for tho ihfense tiled a mo
tion this nioiiiing Hint tho ease ho con
tinned till Iho January term ot Hie
eouit. It Is staled In Hie motion that
two ot tl.o most Impoittiut witnesses
In the rare, Mia. Chaplli unit A. II,
Olmsted, nro not within Iho Juilsdlcll'iu
of Hie limit mid will be tiirihlo to ap
pear hem li it 1 1 i the time stnted. The
mollon uk'o nskn Hint Hut t.'onit ap
point the United Stales Consul at Cal
cutta, India, is commissioner to take
depositions fiom Iho two witnesses
named for use when tho trill shall
Tho carp Is one for $E00.1 damages
ikiluieil by Weedon for liijuilon Inlllil
nl ns tlio losult of an automobile acci
dent which took place only In tlio
piesent year in tills city, Iho plalntllf
being on lioiscliaclt and alleging that
ho vvns urn down by the uutomublle
containing Mrs. Chapln and her parly
through their neglect.
In an aitlclo In tlio Nineteenth Cen
tury Major-Henoi.il Sir Alexander II
Tiillodi lofern lo Iho wonderful enoigy
nml push of tho Jupniiesn manufactur
er, "In aillclis of (iidluaiy use, such
things us cricket Ij.iIh arid tennis rac
quets!, made In Japan, are. In Austm
11a." he w i lies, "cutting nut similar
m titles made In England."
OUA W LI PROSPER
ChangeOf Cane Will Cause
"I can only (orrohorale Mr. Damon's
Matciucnt, which I saw In the llultctin
yesttrduy," said li. F, Dllllnghntn this
mo ruing when nsked for his opinion or
conditions on the mainland, from which
he returned yesterday after n long ab
sence. "There is n tremendous boom
on nml everything Is looking prosper
"In San Francisco they nro busy
building up their city. Everyone Is
cheerful and hopeful, and although the
area which wns burned down wns a vast
('lie, 3u00 acres I was told, I expect to
rco tho city built up and nourishing ai
formerly. It may take some time, hut
It will undoubtedly he done. The San
Franrlsco people, nro going at tho work
cheerfully. Dining nil the lime I wns
there I did not hear n sluglo grumble.
I also went Kant In New York and tu
my old stamping grounds In Massuchu-
celts, where I was brought up.'
Mr. Dillingham was asked If ho had
placed tho new Olau bond Issue, but
answered that he had not taken that
matter up yet. On the Coast them was,
he vald, a growing tendency to toko up
"(Una Is all right," continued Mr
Dillingham. "I hear tho most favor
able reports from I hero. Of course the
plantation Is now going through the
same experience as tho plantations In
Hamakua, namely that it has to change
Its cane fiom Lahulua to Yellow Culc
donla. Tako for Instance Ouoniea,
which is one of our most prosperous
plantations, there wan a time when
Onomea was very poorly off, but tho
change from Luhalna to Yellow Cale
donla cane brought the plantation lo
where It in now.
"Of course tho tanking of the change
will tako time, hut once it ban been
made Olau will he one of our best plan
tations. I hav"! the same faith in It m
I nlvvayn had, and there is no reason
why it should not be. It has the roll
and It hnn the water, which comes right
down from heaven In abundance. Olaa
has not been longer In making a stall
than the other plantations. Take for
Instance WnLilua; that plantation ban
not reached u dividend-paying basts
et. Still 1, expect to rco 40,000 to GO.tllW
Ion crops froni Walalurian well as from
OlarT some day. When they will rank ns
our banner plantations."
(Continued from Page 1)'
slpglo lino aboard tho.Mongolln. She
mado no effort whatever to pull br
Tlio only thing tho Anegawn ilM
was to crulso nbout tho reef for a day.
Inking soundings, And tho soundings
shn took were not such an would be pf
tho slightest uso to tho Mongolia. One
ot tho oinrcrs of tho latter vessel ex
pressed the opinion that the soundings
taken by tho Japanese, were merely
for tho purpose of obtaining tho lay of
tho ground In caso tliny should deslro
lo pick up the calilo nt somo time in
the futuru In caso of possible war.
Tho Anegawn could liavo pulled the
Mongolia off tho reef without tho
slightest trouble, had alio mado tho
Tills la demonstrated by tho fact
tlin tho Mongolia wan eventually pull
rd off by n wlro left by tho Japancso
When tho .Mongolia struck, Hi rco
kcdgo nnrhors wcro put out at onto.
A six-Inch wire was run out on tho
part quarter and a nine-Inch wire on
tho starboard quarter, while a now
right-Inch Manila lino was run nut
astern.. All tho Japancso vessel (ltd
was to put out n single, wfro, which
wan never put nboaril tho Mongolia.
Tho same day tho Anegawn dropped
her wlro end spent all night trying to
pick It up, without success.
Tho Japanese wire had been made
fast tn Iho end of one of the Mongolia's
wlren. Tho Mongolia tried In haul In
on this wire, but found that tho end
had been (aught In tfn, .Oral on the bed
of tho sea. Rho continued to.pull, wnen
suddenly the Mongolln slid oft the reef
into deep watei. She went off so sud
denly that it was nc(cxsary for the
chief engineer to run up with u hack
saw nml tut one ot Iho wires, for when
tho vokwI went o.T, tho who wns
brought directly under her stern
When It parted It cuirled nvv ly a large
fiecllon of tho rail astern.
When tho Mongolia struck on Sat
urday night, September 10, she wan t;o
lug very slowly. It vvns a beautiful
night and the light on Iho Island
ahead shown out dearly. Hut, on ac
count of tho clearness uf the weather,
Iho dlslmica fiom the ship lo light was
tiver-dvllnialed. Suddenly tlio vcusrl
fctrutk. Thoto wnn no warning. Ko.'ni
Ings had been taken right along, mid a
(list of Hid lead twenty minutes befoio
bad showed 17 fathoms of water Tho
water under her bow, when shn was
on (ho reef, wns only 1G feet', though
the vossol was drawing nbout 28 feet
Thoro was t o loiifiitJon among the
(nblu passengers when tho ship struck.
'I hey behave) lemaikably well, no
(Oi ding lo tlio statements of tho Moil
gollu'a olllcers. Hut tho Chinese, as
usual, became like u herd of stampeded
liciously fragrant, gives
Ask your dentist:
cattle, and It was necessary for the of
ficers of the vessel to restrain then by
As soon as the Mongolia struck she
began to leak, and the pumps were set
lo work to try to keep control of the
wnter in the bold. For u time theie
was a good ieil of water to deal with,
but. although she Is still leaking bad
ly In hold No. 3, tho pumps have con
trol of tho situation and are keeping
Hie wnter from gnlning any.
As tho Mongolia steamed Into the
harbor this morning, it became at
once apparent that r.lie was leaking
considerably, for n number of streams
of water fiom eath side attested th
fact that the pumps were hard at work.
There are ten lines of hose down In
hold 3, and these just nbout tako the
water out as fast as It comes In.
i:arly Siiudiy morning nil the pas
sengers mid the mall, as well as the
morn valuable and perlshablo part ot
the cargo, such as silks, etc., were tak
en to tho land In tho vessel's boats
This was a hard task, fur it meant a
row of three miles. On this account
the steam launches ot tho Japanese
vessel would hove been of the greatest
srvico, could they have been secured,
Lilt, as stated above, the Japanese com
mander refused cither to sell or loan
them. The Anegawn did tow some of
the bonis of the Mongolia about a mile
In, nnd then dropped Ihem and let Ihem
make their own way ns best they could.
The Japanese returned to their useless
When the Ship Struck
When ;be Mongolia struck. Second
OltUer Cahlll wan on the bridge. The
Fouith o'lUer, Mr. Wlseiihaven, and
Captain Porter were on duty. Quaiter
master Wagner wan at the wheel.
Offered Him Coal
When the Japancso vessel unexpect
edly appeared, she was signalled bud
replied. Captain Porter asked her to
stand by and il what she could to aid
him In his trouble. Captain liana buw
made excuses that he was short, ot coal
and could not stand by. Porter' offered
him all the coal hn needed, but the
Japanese replied that It was too much
trouble to lake It aboard.
Captain l'ortei replied that Iho Ane
gawn was n ship of vvnr and that it was
his duty to nld any vessel In distress.
Still Ilanabusn refused.
Porter mid the purser went nboard
one of the Inumhen to nrgo Hanaguxa
to reconsider his determination. Ila
nabusn ordered them to get off at once.
The next day the Jdpaueso vessel
steamed away fur Honolulu, to be
greeted with cheers by Iho local Jap
anese and welcomed cordially by thu
Americans. Perhaps the wclcomo would
nut have been so cordial had tho truth
of the matter been known. Instead ot
Hie story told by the Japanese. Hut
they were, oh, so sorry that they were
obliged In leave tho American vessel
on the reef, and they would have stayed
and bellied her off It they hadn't been
so short of coal I
Looked the Same
Ah tbe Mongolia steamed In this
morning, sho did not look so much
tbe worso for the experience she hud
been through, Her sides were stained
n little, and there wero several streams
of water from the pumps pouring out
of each side. Hut the decks were clean
and nothing,, superficially, seemed
A glance Into hold number 3 showed
that there was a large amount of water
In It. Thcro Is uhout seven feet of
water In the hold now. At one time
their, vvns as much as 13 feet.
In one of the holds was a quantity oi
cement In haircls. 'Iho water got to
this and It promptly solidified. Tbe
weight nettled down mid to a large ex
tent prevented the water from coming
When tlin Mongolia left Midway, all
the passengers nail the mall were trans
feired to tho Itulord. There were about
GO cabin passengers nnd in the neigh,
borhood of 20 Orientals. The Itulord
nccompanied the Mongolia all the way
from Midway, both vessels coming in
nt the samo lima this morning. The
Restorer wns met, but Captain Melralf,
who was aboard her on his way to aid
Hie stranded vessel, went on to Mid
way. Oil tho Mongolia when she struck was
Cuplaln Klltgaird, of the firm ot Bam
oflon and Ktltgarrd, of Vladivostok, an
agent of l.lojds. He wired Captain
Melcalf that ho. was aboard, and Met
calif delegatej him to tako charge of
opeiatlous until he himself should ar
rive. However, this proved unnecca
sarjl, Iho Mongolia getting oft the reef
hi much mot a easily than had been ex.
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