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KVENINO DnLLBTIN, nONOLPLP. T. H Tynan VV. NOV. 13. 1S0C.
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Relief Fund Cannot, i
According To Cable,
Be Applied To Band
PHELAN SAYS SUFFERERS NEED IT '
''Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu:
"llavo written Morgan, Honolulu.
"Committee lms planned usu for all
outstanding funds for bvnellt of hu
lereM by disaster.
"Will gratefully receive your bnl
ence. If you desire specific usu of
urt, nclvlne tin.
"JAMES 1). PHKLAN."
The nbovo cablegram was received
this morning by I.. Tetiney l'cck. 11
puts tlie kibosh on uny scheme- tu
use tlie balance of the relief fund for
the purpose- of bringing the band bark.
"You nee," mild l'cck, who In nUo
u member of tbu Finance Committer
wlileli has tho relief money In Its
liamlg, "tills shows that the I'lnunce
Conimlltro wob correct In Its view
t tint It could not tuko part of tho fund
nway for the purpose of usslsllug tbu
"Ah lung us there Is uny xuHcrini:
In Han l-'runclsco ax it result of tbu
disaster, to relluvu which the fund Is
needed, tlie fund Iiuh to bo spent for
that purpose, ami cannot lie used for
anything else. That puts an end to
the plan to use any of the money for
the relief of Hie bnnd, mid the idiot
fund will, us wan decided nt the re
cent meeting of the committee, Lu
gpent for the relief of tho Sun l-nm-Cisco
"It Ih now up to the Chutuber of
Com menu and Ilia Merchants' Asso
ciation lo devise other menus to re
lieve the band boys. This can be
done by raising u subscription, by
making a loan to Cohen or possibly
by other means."
I'erk also received a cable answer
(rum J, F. Morguu, ub follows:'
San Krauclsco, Nov. 12,
0:20 p. in.
1.. T. l'cck. Honolulu: p,
Committee has cabled to the Cham
ber of Commerce. I uin getting par
ticulars of band situation. '
JAS. V. MOUOAN.
It is Peck's opinion that tho two
commercial bodies will not take uny
turther nctlve stops lit the matter he
lore dellulle Inlormatloit Is ascertain
ed ubout the actual condition of tbu
band. This should bo ut baud 'soon.
uh Morgan Ih looking up the matter.
and as Cohen Is expected to answer
(lovernor Carter's cable tu him mak
ing Imiulry on these same lines.
Honolulu. II. T.. Nov. 12th, 1U06.
Jus. K. Morgan, Ksp, euro Malnhelm,
Dlbbcrn & Co , Han Frnnclseo
. Dear Sir: I wired you today as
follows: Ascertain band situation.
Do committee favor our using relief
money to return band. I also sent tho
following dispatch to Jau. I), l'hclan
on Saturday last: "Does committee
lequlro further outside asslstanco In
relieving distress? Answer fully."
Tho public feeling Is strong for hav.
lug tho relief committee divert a pot
lion of tho money for the purposo of
bringing back tho stranded llawnllun
band. The Chamber of Commerce
and Merchants' Association seem to
endorse that position.
Tho relief committee, however, re
gards itself strictly as a trustee for
tho sufferers by the earthquake and
tire In San Francisco. Every sub
scription paper which was Issued by
the committee boro a caption to that
effect. However, It is very Important
that the financial and physical situa
tion of tho, band bu ascertained, and
the relief committee of San Krancts
to should signify at least what tbelr
rttltude .would be should any of this
lellef money bo diverted.
1'ort.onully, I am In favor of a new
subscription and nn Immediate onu
tu hi lug buck the band. If It bu found
necessary. I am also In favor of hav
ing the War Department furnlt.li
transportation to the Hoard on one of
Its transpoits, The band Ih nn Inte
gral part of tbu Klrst Heglment of the
National Guard, which Is subject lo
call to tho national defense.
I have nut been able to see Captain
lleldt, thu local Quartermaster, but
will take tho mutter up with him Im
WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Nov, 12, 1906.
The rainfall was light on all of the islands; and below the average
for the week at all stations having a record of ten or more years.
The total amount ranged from 1.10 to 2 89 Inches In the southern
portion of the Hllo, the Interior of the Puna, and the central portion
of the Kau districts of Hawaii, and the Koolau district of Maul, At
the majority of the remaining stations the amount for the week was
lets than .40 Inch. No rain was reported from Walmea, Honokaa (470
feet), and Papaaloa, Hawaii; Klhel, Walluku, and Kaanapall, Maul;
Walanae, Oahu, and Elecle, Kauai. On Hawaii the deficiencies for the
week ranged from .69 Inch to -1.55 Inches In the Kohala, Hama
The majority of stations report lower mean temperatures
The following table shows tho weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Molokal ,....' 76 8- 0 08 Inch.
Hawaii 72 9- 0,70 Inch.
Maul 7-1.2 0.23 Inch.
Oahu 7S4" 0 27 Inch.
Kauai 74.0' 0 30 Inch,
mediately. It may bo that the bnnd
Is not in extreme "plllklu"; It tuny
bu that It will earn good money when
It returns to San Krnnclsco, but I
Inifct that you will have posted us
lully on these niuttcrri before this let
ter reaches you.
Yours very truly,
1,. T. PECK,
Treasurer, Committee of Chamber of
BAND WAS BACKED
BY BUSINESS HEN
While the band boys me suffcrln
from the stormy blast on thu Western
Plains, these are not the only ones who
have been left In thu told by the Cohen
euture. There aru In Honolulu ten
men who each put up SftUM to llnuniu
the project, and they will, Judgltigj
from present Indications, never n'e the
lulur of their money again.
"Ten young business men lu llono-l
lulu put up $500 each, a total of y.whl1
which unx to he used by Cohen lu de
fraying expenses of the band lu It '
tour of the HtuteH," said It. W. Hhlugle
Inihiv. whpu nnkpil nhiiiit thin iiIhiki' n.
the mutter. "Tliesu gentlemen request
ed me to bu trustee far them of (his
fund, to which I consented.
'.Some of this money placed In my,
hands was given to Cohen before he left '
Honolulu. Thu remainder bus since
been sent tu him, so that no b.ilaucc ol
the fund Iiuh been left III my hands. It
was part of the understanding Hut I
Cohen should gUenn accounting of this
money, but he bus never done so. It
must be understood that the liabilities
of these men ceased when they put up
the money. It Is bad enough for them
to have lost their money, and I bey can
not he expected to hi lug the baud
While Shingle would not divulge the
nanus of tho ten who put up the $.'um
they weru learned fiom another mono
to be uh follows: Jas. F. .Moigiiu, It.
W. Hhlugle. A. N. Campbell, Hairy
Armltnge. W. Urn1, Clinton lltilthliis.
(leo. Illgelow, Win. Ilrush, W. I', ltoth
mid II. Lewis.
HAVE $900 FOR BAND
The committees appointed by the
Order of Kamehamclia and the Kua
humanii Society to take charge of the
method of netting up a fund to brliiR
back the band met ut thu Kaplolunl
Estate offices this forenoon. No defi
nite action was taken beyond that It
was dcildt'd to brliiK all tlie llnwul-j
Ian organizations which are now i
working for IhlH object toHfthcr, so
as to make a concerted effort for tho '
lommon purpose. '
'We aro waiting to Ket some defi
nite information, so that we may
know just bow much money Is nttual-
ly needed before wo take any further
steps," said Prince Kuhlo this after
noon. "Wo do not want to ro about
wllh a subscription list which bus
no limit to It. Wo have already rais
ed between $800 and $00 uiiioiik thu
members of the societies alone."
Covet nor Carter Iiuh Issued bin
TbankSRlvliiK pioilaiiuitlon and Ih
now off on a week's vacation nt Hale
Iwa prepurliiK for the day Itself. The
proclamation Is rather shorter than
the ones Issued before this, hut in
concise, and those who have seen It
tonslder that It Is uu unusually Hue
I bit of llteiatuio of this class,
-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
i -i i
Entire Group . . . 73.8 0-50 Ine
kua, southern portion of the Kau, and central portion of the Kona
dltrlct9, and from 1.73 to 3.85 inches In the Puna and H.io dis
tricts, excepting In the southern portion of the last-named district,
and from ,C1 Inch to 1.39 Inches at Oahu and Kauai stat.oni
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu the
weather was generally clear, with an average cloudiness of 3 toths,
and rain on one date, amounting to .04 Inch, .92 Inch less ttun the
average for the week. The maximum temperature was B1 imn mum
G9 and the mean 70.4, 3 0 above the normal, The mean relative
humidity was 73.7't, and the prevailing wind direction northej,t with
an average hourly velocity of 5.7 miles,
wm. d: stockmam,
Pang I.um Mow has filed an nppllcn
Hon tor ii 4th Class l.lquor l.lcensu to
bo located at Hit) Cnn-.Mutikti Corner
ol King mid Keknullku Sheets, Hono
lulu. Oahu. Any piotesiK ngnlnst thu
Issuance or this license should bo flit"!
In this olllcu by Sulunlay, November
A. J. CAMITim.l.,
Ti insurer. Territory of llimnll
Honolulu, Otihii, Nov 10, laiiO
TltEAHUItY DEI'AltTMHNT, Olllie
of tho Supervising Aichltect. Washing
ton, D. C Ottoher 2ti, I'JUtf. HEAI.KI)
PROPOSALS will bu necked nt this
office until 3 o'clock I'. M. on thu 3rd
duy of December, l'JOC, and then open
ed, for thu loiiHtriictltm of thu l.epms
Investigation Station nt Molokul. Hu
wall, In atcordance with the drawings
mid specification, tuples of which may
be had lit tills olllce.
JAMES KNOX TAYI.OH,
Supervising Archltei t
JMfi-Nov III, 12, II. Hi, lit, 21
To see us when you want fresh, ten
der meats or the very choicest things
In the MEAT line.
Whether you are out to buy or
merely In search of suggestions, the
visit will repay you.
Everything here Is clean.
Everything fresh and good.
Everything priced at a reasonable fig
Sweet Violet Butter
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
TEL. MAIN 251.
are the Ices,
Sodas and Ice Cream
here. Their coolnest
appeases thirst; the
make them delightful
ly palatable, while careful choice of
Ingredients make them desirably In
vigorating. Why not try them? You will get
prompt service and be comfortably
eeated while partaking.
Honolulu Drug Go,,
FINLEY i REEDY,
23 Hotel St.
THE ART POTTERY OF
THE EAST. Exquisite shapes.
Just the thing for Xmas. Ta
pas, Mats, Braises.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS
i the Uulletln office,
cards on sals at
Is for HONEST PAINTING. We em
ploy only skilled workmen; use the
Beit Material!, and charge Honest
For Good Work We Are
FOR YOUH TRADC.
Call upon us and tee our new Ideal
for Oecoratlng the Home.
"You see 'em everywhere" S fl Signs
Just Received per
Alameda a Large
Stock of Figured
and Plain , Rugs.
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewer; Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....80UTH & KmWAIAHAO STS.
OF BREAD, CAKES. COOKIES, ETC.
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION. HOME BAKERY
Gold Mounted BackCombs
lis HOTEL STREET nr. FOHT 41
Is Delicious for Cold Lunches.
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUC 1411.
DURABLE AND ATTRACTIVE.
For Sale Made In Mission Style i
1152 NUUANU BT.
o n box in
I. u. uua
OUf! AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
Isters and Gewlnu Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION OTIifcLT
jajajr vins Job Primtnu at H Uul
grtc to the foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly. There's noth
ing superficial about Ho
nolulu made Coap,
I for a case
I Delivered to Your Kitchen
u . . . .r '
1 lIUIKjiUlll ODuU
WrlL'i C.C 3 ft I
tt VM l. vV tilU.)
F. L. WALDRON, Ager.t.
ANY TIME B
JJSJF" EVfcRY DAY
. HAWAIIAN GRASS HUT8I
OPEN-AIR 8KATINQ RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC., ETC.I
I MUSIC SATURDAYS
AND SUNDAY3I i
. ... -...!
I DON'T MISS A GOOD TIMEl
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES. SHIPPERS AND STORE
Japanese woman desires situation as'
nurse or light house work. '
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
.'.IOf,L WIIITI k07G.
KIWH STREET near HOTEL.,
We can be found at all hours of the
iay at our office and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phone
11?0 TORT ST.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
ship, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they a pre
pared to do all wBl In
trusted to them in a first
class manner. :: :: :: :i
n,u ,-,., ., . vn I Steamers of the above line, running In connection with tho CANADIAN
1 N. 8. IRWIN & CO.. LTD. PACIr'c RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and 8ydey, N. t. W
ira. m. wniii a, wu., uW'.and cln at victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, art
AOKNT3 FO!l TUB
.loyal Insurance Co, of Liverpool, Eng.
Vlllance Anuranca Co. of London,
tcottlsh Union & National Ins. Co. ol
'Ire Association of Philadelphia.
Mllance Insurance Obcboratlon, Ltd.
Mllhetma of MagdcbSffl General Insur
Tnat ill men's palates are pleased
lth the fare served by ths
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL 6T8.
o FINE a
o AT o
At All Watchdealers.
Afjent for Hawaiian Islands,
FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
Tlrwan Ol 4 i-xiii -. r.i
f .JL1-J. OV VSAJ-IJ yjlXlG
LUKE ROGERS is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Strrets.
K.TUJITA & CO.
FANCY BAMBOO ARTICLES
I Workmanship Flrst-claes.
NUUANU 0pp0S1TE KUKUI 6T.
OF ALL KINDS.
(helm In Lumbal ?.nd Cci
Quern ST., i
WetMy lliillrtm H p(r vtar,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of thlt lint will arrive mi leave this port ai hereunder:
PROM SAN FRANCISCO: , FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
SIEItltA NOV 21
ALAMKDA NOV. .10 i
ALAMEDA DEC. 21
SONOMA IAN. 2
In connection with the tatting of the above steamers, the agentt are pr-
(pared to Issue to Intending pattengeri, coupon through tlckett, by any rill-
road ,ro"1 San Francisco to all points In the United Statet, and from Nt
York by any steamship line lo ill European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
J7m. G. Irwin
OCEANIC S.8. CO QENERAL AQENT3.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
I Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies
. . ... .. . .
P" on or anoui me tiatet below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
.NOV. 1K I
NIPPON MAIHI IAN.
Call ut Mumla.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
Ht Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,, ak..
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO.
Direct Service between New Yaxi and Hawaiian Mantis, Via Pacific
Prom tVew York
-...... r "8?-;;" H. company's Wharf,41.
B.S.NE,f:RrAtsTAN"..F::.a.nC,-CO T "T?1"'" 17
Frelgnl received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich SL,
nd each month thereafter.
Pl'om Honolulu to San Pcanoliico
fc.S. "NEVADAN" to sail NOV. 15
4.8. "NEBRA8KAN" to sail NOV. 29
Prom Seattle and Tncoma to Honolulu
VIA 8AN FRANCISCO.
S.S."ARIZONAN" direct to sail NOV. 13
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C. P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
GENERAL FREIGHT AOENT. AQBNT8. HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
uut at munuuulu on or about the
From Vancouver and Victoria, O. C. From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane ubd Sydney) IFor Victoria aud Vancouver, B.C.)
MOANA NOV. 17 MIOWKRA NOV. U
MIOWKItA Ur.C. ID AOItANOI DUO. 12
AOItAN'fll JAN. 12 MOANA JAN. 9
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States t,nd lu
rope. For Freight and Passage and ill general reformation, apply to
Theo. H. Baies & Cs.. Ltd. General Aieite.
J. F. Morgan, Pre.ldentJ C.J.Campbell, VlerPresldent;J.C"MeLh,
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gtdge, Auditor; Frank Huttaca,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
Kor Wolanao. Waluluu. Knliulcu nnd
.Way Blutlons !; IS a. in., a.L'O i. m. ,
I for I'enil City, llwu. Mill urn) Wityi
Siuuoiis T7-30 a. in., "DiH a. in..
JM?5 a' n',ln'::It "' m;'. 3.:,: '' w -
", "'':'" ""' '" fw v
UlSa. in. nud S.l&
Arrhu Honolulu from Kaliukit, Wal
uluu uud Wuluiii.3 -W3C a. in., 5;:il
Arrive In Honolulu from Kwa Mill
nml I't'url City 1" Mo n. in,, 8:St) u,
in.. lu:3S a. in.,
m. '&.31 n. in.. 7:
411 p. in., 4i3l U,
;a i. in.
31 p lu
li W a. in. uuil !
t Kx. Kiimluy. ,
t Sunday Only,
Tin- lliiMwn I.luillail, u Uo limit
tinlu i "illy llrst i'Iuhs tlil.ots liniiiirril),
oaton Honolulu rvmy Kuintuy nt Ti
ii in i tit urii'iic iiiiI"h U HoiuiIuIii
nt I" in i ui. Tim l.itulti-il Ktops inly
nt 1'i'Sil t'lty uiul 'A'uliiuan.
II. V IHINIHON, I'. 0. HMITII,
Hiipt fl. . V. A,
llni Job i'llnllng at (lis PulltUn,
. . DEC. 5
VENTl'UA JAN. 1
SIEHKA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA JAN 16
& Co., Ltd
wilt call at Honolulu and It.ive thla
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FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
DORIC DEC. 21
IIONOKONO .MA HI) JAN. S
KOKHA JAN, IS
...... to sail NOV
tiatet below stated, via.:
TELEPHONE MAIN ML
KAPUNA, HONOIPU. KAILUA
From Sorenson'r Wharf.
Apply on Board or to
' HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., Aot
' Telephone Main 390, Maunakea 8t- be-
low King. P, O. Box 820.
i s&) "P
Headquarters for Automobiles with
Splendidly Equipped Fireproof
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
iV4. Phillips & Co.
Wholenl. Importer and Jobber
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