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HONOLULU. nAlKITOKI OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. .JANUARY 17. J907
l'ltlOB f) OlJNTH
(AimocluUd I'mt jr;cfil Cahle)
LONDON, England, Jan. 17. The Kingston police estimate the dead
from the earthquake disaster at 1,200. Several hundred are Injured and
fully 10X100 are homeless.
There Is scarcely a building In the city standing, though the greatest
damage was done by the fire that followed the earthquake.
Two piers are left on the waterfront.
The shores, of the harbor are sinking and It is feared the city will slip
Into the sea. One battery at Port Royal, the old city site, has sunk.
The loss Is fully twenty-five millions of dollars.
EARTHQUAKES IN EUROPE
LONDON, England, Jan. 17. Earthquake shocks were felt throughout
Switzerland and Austria on Monday.
AS IT WAS IN DECEMBER
II. T. Wills of Hip New Yolk Com
men lal. who U lit nrwnt In Ihlx illy
colleetliv material for die Hawaiian
edition nHils p.ipoi, niiil who will ioam
for New Zciihmd-slmitly, wan In Kings
ton, the nccne of t!io terrible disaster
i.'ti Monday, only two nunitlix age, iturt,
when calledou by a Bulletin rcimrirr
at the Moanu Hotel last night, told mi
Interesting xlory of the clmraclcrlxlles
of tho city and also of the' experience,
which he hail with an iiitliftuik while
there. He said:
"I wis In Jamaica only two inonllix
ego mid wlillo Iheie wax awakened one
morning at .' o'clock, I think ll win
on Noveinhor Ifi. by two sharp caith
iliiake uhockx. Tim china on tliu
shelves all our the city wax rattled
loiind and thrown off mid In some cases
the people ol the clly went b.ully fright
ened. I was told of one Judge In llio
uiiirtx or the Islands who lived at I ho
Jamaica Club, which occupies a build
ing near Hip lieail of the illy. Ho was
suddenly waked by the, shock mid
lushed Into the Btrcet In his pajamas,
gicatly frightened and believing Unit
some terrible cntaxlrophu had occurred.
"Wlillo thert) wax no Berlous damage
lionu at this time the people of the clly
weiu greatly iilaiiued and dlxlinlied
over Jhu shocks. This wax natural of
course rin act omit of thu dlsuxters
which, had visited n:i Kninclsio ami
Valparaiso, und'nlso on account 'of thM
fact that tlin old clly of Port Royal had
been destroyed completely by an earth
quake some two centuries before.
"The city of Kingston Is, In it great
ninny respects, veiy much like Hono
lulu. 1 could not help noticing this
today ax I returned from an autoinobllo
llile to the pall. Ax wo came to the
turn on llio way back, wlinro the city
and hmbor is thrown liefoie ouu as a
panorama, I though of how much It
reuemhled a similar view of Kingston.
"Kingston Ix hullt on u small plain
with thu mountains Using behind In
The verdure Ib almost similar, In fact
if you will consult a map you will kc
that thero Ib only two ilcgicoj of lull-
I tudo difference between Honolulu and
Kingston. Ax one approaches the city
i the scene fiom Hie sen Is very beauti
ful, the mountains In the rear, with
their musses of green, forming n mag
nificent' background. The city Is built
un n level plain mid Is not very nollie
ablu as one approaches.
-mice uiiain let mo remark on a
tlrll'lne similarity. The City of Kings
ton Ix laid put very much ax Ix Hono
lulu, .'ae waterfront being along
t.treet ver,v similar and Just uliove Ix
the main street ot thu city, which Is,
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 16.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 9 34d. Par
ity, 3.84 cents. Previous quotation
Help In Life
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere,
The time Is past when education was
an all-sufficient passport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity,
Nowadays a man Is measured by his
clothes at much as by hit knowledge.
Society and business life demands of
Its members the observance of a cer
tain code in clothet.
Good taste counts for more than
money In this matter, and good taste
ie always assured In Correct Clothes
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
Honolulu Reformer's Man
Considerable Inlcicsl was mused In
Chinatown today byithe display of a
bulletin outside tlin. Hawaiian Chines'
News Co., which stated tlmt tin1 rebel
lion 111 Hiiiilliiin China. In which Dr.
Hun Yet Ht.ii Ih u prime miner, has met
It Ix xtnteil that news has been le
i el veil lliat Dr. Sim'x men have enp
tilled tlio (own of You Ylug utul Chliih
Ha, the latter the cunltal of the Hon
Willi i; iirovliue, dcfeatliiK a body of
Imiiui lal tiiitiji-i. Dr Hun Ix well known
here, lie reeelveil lilx eiliieatlou lit
Inluiil college, ami lived here fur many
Raise $4,000 But Quarrel
Tin Chlueco In this city nave sub
scribed to a fund for the relief of their
lamlnn-atilrken lotiutrymcn In China
'I he amount subscribed runs up to
about $1000. Those In cluirgo of the
matter icnl a cable grain to I'lluce Tat
Young Tse, who vlulled Honolulu some
time ago, advising him of the fact, lit
leliini die I'llnce cabled thrill, thank
ing them for thrlr help.
In the meantime, as germ to ho us-
cal with fundi subscribed In China
town, there is u row about the bundling
of Hie coin. A large number of Him
Biihsrii', i i have a kick coming iigulust
the inn i .0 . ctliii; as treasurer.
They say that he Ix not a business man
taiil decline, that they will not dl; up
Oielr good coin unless he furnishes a
substantial bund. However, It Is ex
pected that the mutter will soon Im
arranged, mid that theinuney will be
torwanled lo the. suffering Chinese In
Hie near fuliuc.
The Inter-Island olllce glvex notlci
that passengers booked for the Satur
day excursion to the Komi lava How
must obtain their ttrketx before 12
noon on Friday.
Dr. (loodhue Is Heating patients at
the leper settlement with eucalyptus
oil, nud finds It pinduccs muiked Im
provements. The use of It In hot, baths
h. now substituted for the (Into treat
ment, which was rather expensive, ami
not as elllcleut.
Thu Juiors In Judge De Dolt's Cotnt
have, been excused until next Monday
a man Is careless In the bestowal of
his valuable document and the thief
In the night carries away that which
may make the lawful owner poor In
deed, Such unfortunate contingencies may
be guarded against by securing a safe
deposit box In our fire-proof vault.
The price is nominal $5.00 per year
an:) you are furnished with a key.
Also there Is a private room for your
benefit when ypu wish to examine
For St. Hinoluli.
H LEASE Of Off
FOR WO K1IZ0
Gets Reprieve Pending
RIGHT OF CIRCUIT COURT
TO NATURALIZE ALIENS
SUPREME JU8TICES DECIDE THAT
LOWER BODY MAY CREATE
CITIZENS OF THE
Tim Hiipieme Court this morning ills-
missed the petition for a wrli or huheu
lorpus for Moiltu Kelzo and onleied
the prisoner remanded lo the custodj Kan I rauclsco Maicli nth. In her lut
of the High Sheriff. ler Mrs. Wealherred suyx, ".Miss Jlnry
This action on the nurt of the court
ueihlcx for thu dpi nud time the light of
Circuit Com t to naturalize aliens. The
.tuestloii came up on the ground for
lilrli tliu writ was applied A n
umiihrcvH. nttoruc) for Mnrlti' Kel-
t filed petition for n writ of Millions
coux on the ground that tlujfludlct-
mom, of the prisoner was Illegal In that
llm llianil Jury whlih linlUtiil hlni,
(Continued on P396 S.)
Is. showing grass-root values of $12 to $20 per ton gold. This prominent
mine It situated in a mott.prominent position among Goldfield's BEST, Two
neighboring mines are Great Bend and Daisy. The COLDFIELD 8KY'
LARK property consists of three claims on the trend of the Daisy vein sys
tems The two stocks' above mentioned are worth J1.CO and $2.50 respect
ively. 'Opened up on the surface' SKYLARK has three well-defined parallel fis
sure veins In porphyry country similar to that of the Mohawk, and has sur
face ground equal to If not better than any, of its successful neighbors.
SKYLARK Is ably officered and m?naged. Hon. T. L. Odd.e, o.. . - -ul
developing extensive Interests in many Nevada camps, and known In min
ing circles from ocean to ocean, Ix Prccldent; "Dlamondfleld Jack" Davis,
one of the earliest pioneers of Goldfleld and who is largely responsible for
the hundreds of thousands of dollars made by stockholders In Goldfleld
mlnec. Is Vice President; John 8. Cook, head of the Goldfleld banking firm
of John S. Cook &. Co., the wealthiest Institution In Nevada, is Treasurer
Can now be purchased for 15 CENTS per share, and you cannot be too
culck In participating in the treasury allotment at this price. As soon as
the shares are listed on the exchange a matter of only a very short time
we predict they will be actively traded In arid will command a handsome
premium over the first and present price of 15 cents.
Have you received our FREE MARKET LETTER? Ask for It. If you
require further particulars of GOLDFIELD SKYLARK, write us for them
and DO IT NOW.
W, C. COX
Members, San Francisco & Tonopah
The Money You
THI8 SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CA8H AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE 8TORES OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1050-1065 BISHOP ST. ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
ROOT 11 !!ll
Promises Assistance For
Secretary Wood has prepared tho
following ieM)it wlili b he will submit
to Ihu I'romotlou Committee ut ltd
meeting thin afternoon:
Honolulu, January 17th, 1'.h)7
Chairman and Members ot the Hawaii
(Icntlemeii: lly llio Inst mall we ij'
tclvud n letter from Mrs. C. T. Wealh'
eired saying thai she was yet uuab!
lio xay Just how many there, would bo
i i, her party, but that sho had engaged
passage by the Sleirn, leaving Han
.m(.HC ivbruury 7th, llio party lo
iiliiru by the Ventura, duo to Hall for
.Mlele Case, the best contralto singer
mi the I'aclllc Coast, will be ono of
luy p.uty. She will certainly ilellghl
( 1st iieoplo of Honolulu with her xweet
nun mimoioua oieu. mho niso siaies
that, "In addition to the present trip,
I. am now aihei Using and arranging
for n special summer trip to Hawaii
for chool tvuehcta"
Allium; other auxwerx to the t-licii-
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& CO., Inc.,
San Francisco, California.
IHpeclal llullellu Wireless I
HILO, Hawaii, Jan. 17. 10:30 a. m. Fifty excursionists on the steamer
Kauai have returned from Kau.
They found two flows across Kahuku towards the sea and apparently
from the same source.
Twenty-two excursionists walked to one flow and found It moving about
thirty feet an hour and half a mile wide. The land that is being covered
by the new flow is worthless.
i The steamer Claudlne with another excursion party will leave here on
Sunday. Many will take advantage of the opportunity to view the flow.
Win, Williamson of the Waterhoite Trust Co. received the following:
wireless message today from Thomas White of Kealakekua, Kona:
Come by all means. Volcano Is getting stronger.
Mjoirfnfrd I'rrtt Sifrlat CdMl
WASHINGTON, D, C, Jan. 17.
President Roosevelt has urged Con
gress to aoproorlate money for the
construction of two battleships and
l'a.il lloliu.in of San I'ratielsin,
Misses louder and .Mncmlllaii of IMIu
burg, anil Misses Con key and Thomp
son of New Yoik, who hnvu been tour
ing In tile Orient, will lay over at Ho
t.olulu for a sojourn in the Islands,
Captain l'lilllo l.eblond of the Coast
(luard Fcrvlco in tho Philippines, Is eu
mute from Manlln to Washington.
C. II. Ilenuctt, of Detroit, accompa
nied by Mrs. Dennett, ami Flank llrlf
Hth of l.os Angeles, accompanied by
Mrs. (liitlllh, are returning from a tour
to China and Japan,
J. 0. Coolldge, for tho past flvo y.earfi
secretary of tho American legation at
Peking, Is en imitn from bis foiiuer
post lo report ut Washington.
W I Mcrilmiiu of Yokohama mid (1.
YOU 'eave the srder
VVE do Mi rest.
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANAS. Next steamer the Alameda,
"Be Sure You're Right"
then go ahead;'1 but be sure your
anywhere, Damp feet cause more
large and complete line of heavy
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of our shoes are new and shapely.
Manufacturers Shoe Co,,
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SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Jan. 17 Gov-
ernor Glllett has withdrawn all tho
appointments made by Governor Par
cee Just before his retirement from
J lvime of Kobe, wlto li.m- Iweil
Identified with meieuutlle and shlppin
Inleiestx In Japan for man rean ae
on a visit to the St-itex.
I'lerre Hocr. first h'-cretarj Trem b
legation al Peking, Is eu route to Par:
The Ola damage suit for $5U'"
against llio O.ihu Hallway and Uin'
Company, for the killing or u child ol
Otii's at Kwa Mill, went to tho Jury at
12 05 tmlav. The inse has occupied tif;
time of Judge De Holt's court for suv
eral days. It was argued this morn
ing. BULLETIN ADS. PAY
What is the use of staring trouble
In the face and defying fate by keep
ing your valuables at home? We have
the best safe deposit vault that can
be made and will rent boxes or com
partments In It for the use of Individ
uals, corporations or trustees, who act
alone or in conjunction with another.
These boxes are absolutely safe and
can be opened only by the owner In
company with the superintendent of
the vault. Four dollars pays the rent
of a box for a year.
Trust Co., Ltd.
feet are well shod before you go
sickness than anything else. Our
double-sole shoes are Just the thing
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