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VOL. XIV.
HONOLULU, HAWAII, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906.
No. 4392
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Fairly
Compreh
Account
Received
an
SEVENTH
CABLE OPEN
FOR A VERY
SHORT TIME
r
OPERATORS AFTER WORKING NIGHT AND DAY IN CONSTANT DAN
GER OF THEIR LIVES FINALLY SUCCEED IN MAKING CONNEC
TION AT THE BEACH HUT NEAR THE CLIFF HOUSE COMMUNI
CATION BETWEEN THERE AND THE CITY IS PRACTICALLY IMPASSIBLE.
Early this morning news began to
come by cable, both round the world
and from San Francisco directly, of
the great California disaster. Tho Star
put. the first extra of tho day on tho
street, and from that time on extras
followed In rapid succession aB impor
tant news came. It was a tow mlnutea
past ten when tho first Hashes under
tho ocean from San Francisco were re
ceived, and then the cable company
began to give out bulletins. Their
story told what their operator had
seen, and that was practlcully all.
Not a word was given In all the oper
ators' messages about loss of life. It
Is to be presumed that the men at
tho other end did not know and would
not take the responsibility of making
an estimate. That It was considerable
seems to be beyond question, and an
xiety still continues to bo Intense.
Tho operators at San Francisco wero
men who left tho city yesterday and
went seven miles to tho Cliff House and
after much labor connected a suitable
battery with the cable end there. They
could only tell what they had seen bo
fore leaving tho city or what had been
sent to them since.
This morning at four o'clock, they
EUffl) OF KAUAI
D. Im Austin, a traveling salesman
for the Pacific Hardware Company, re
turned from Kauai this morning, and
ho says that tho shock that wrecked
San Francisco was distinctly felt on
Kauai.
James Spaulding told Mr. Austin that
that ho and his wife wero awakened
about 3 o'clock in tho morning and dls-
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ISLAND SPECIALTIES.
All kinds! of island jams, jellies and
pickles. 'Mrs. Kearns, 184 Hotel St.
Something You
Should Know
Do you know that it you are a mar
ried man with children, and dlo with
out a Will, your wlfo gets only ono
thlrd of your personal property and
one-third of your real property? The
balanco goes to your children.
You should become acquainted with
many similar' facts of which you aro
probably in Ignorance Wo aro will
ing to ndvlsoyou how to draw up a
will legally, at no cost to yourself.
Fort Street,
Honolulu
EDITION
reported, thoy sent a messenger to San
Francisco after a piece of machinery
that was needed. Ho was expected
back at any time, said the last, ex
hausted operator who sent messages,
and as soon 03 ho came, If ho had any
news they would send It to Honolulu
Ms soon ns he came back. With that,
tho operator, who said ho had been
up ever since tho disaster, lay down
for a sleep.
As the messages came Superinten
dent Gaines freely handed them out.
Tho cable olllce was packed with peo
ple, and outside was a big crowd. In
side, Manny Philips read tho messages
aloud to those present, and Charles F.
Chllllngworth repeated them through a
horn to those on tho street. Then
they were pasted on tho window.
They told a story of an overwhelming
conflagration following a terrlblo earth
quake shock. There was little actual
ly strikingly now In the dispatches.
They simply confirmed the Impressions
of tho previous meagro reports, that
people generally In San Francisco had
"lost everything."
As message after message came thero
(Continued on Pago Five).
tlnctly felt the shock. Thoy live at
Kealia and their house is built on a
long ridge, so that possibly the shock
was stronger at that ipolnt than any
other.
Mr. Austin heard the same reports
at Llhuo, although ho was not inform
ed directly by any one person that they
felt the shock.
THE VERY LATEST IN BOOKS.
Tho most up-to-dato instatlonery.
fTho largest assortment In Blank Books
and Office Supplies and all at the low
est prices. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
A BIG DIFFERENCE.
There is a difference in the flavor and
quality of boers that's why people
who know drink Rainier Beer.
WASH GOODS BARGAIN.
12Vc value at 714c Printed lawns,
whlto ground, with black figures and
stripes. All neat patterns. At N. S.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.
RESUMED PRACTICE.
George D. Gear has opened lav of
fices In the rooms formerly occupied by
Justice Hatch on Kaal.umanu street.
Telephone Main 214.
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IF YOU WANT
Roller Skates call at A. B. Arlelgh &
Co., who have Just rccolved a now lot
at $1.00 per pair.
A PLEASANT AND SAFE MEDICINE
Coughs and colds yield easily to
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is
pleasant to tako and contains no in
jurious substance. It always euro?
and cures quickly. Sold by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for
Hawaii.
1 SHAKEN A S
The
LE6RAM
An answer was received from Clar
ence Mackay this morning by tho
Chamber of Commcrco who sent a
mcssago to him yesterday afternoon
asking for twenty-flvo words about tho
San Francisco disaster. Tho follow
ing was the reply:
"San Francisco destroyed. Both busi
ness and residence sections gono and
tho population ts homeless. In Golden
Gate Park the llro Is still raging but Is
thought that It will burn Itself out to
o
Another of the reports says that an
order came from the President direct-
ing that tho money In tho mint bo re-
leased for use In any way possible to
GAB
FR
DM G
ROOSEVELT ANDo ANUIIItlf
CONGRESS ACT CUftptf
JURY RETURNED A VERDICT OF MURDER IN TUB FIRST DEGREE
WITHIN FOUR MINUTES AFTER LEAVING THE COURT-ROOM
ONLY ONE BALLOT SAID TO HAVU3 BEEN TAKEN SENTENCE
WILL BE IMPOSED NEXT TUESDAY.
In four minutes, tho jury In the case
of Frank Johnson this morning return
ed a verdict of guilty as charged, of
murder hi the first degree. Tho argu
ment was resumed at 10 o'clock. Dep
uty Attorney General Prosser closed
for tho government and Judge Robin
son Immediately gave his Instructions.
The jurors retired, and In four min
William A. Bryan, of tho Bishop Mu
seum, will depart for San Francisco
next Tuesday on the S. S. Ventura. He
goes folook after his father and moth
er, but ho will also attend to commis
sions for people who have friends or
relatives in tho stricken lty. Bryan
will undertako to deliver money or at
tend in other ways to commissions for
local people. R. H. rrront will receive
such letters and money and glvo re
ceipt for them on behalf of Bryan. In
event of Mr Bryan being unable to at
tend to them ho will return tho money
to tho people In this city upon his re
turn from San Francisco.
When tho news of tho disaster In San
Francesco was first heard Bryan at
onco dispatched in care o Purser
Thomas Smith of tho S. S. Alameda
yesterday a letter directed to tho Asso
ciated Press announcing that ho would
arrive in San Francisco by tho 8. S.
Ventura and would bo ready to com
munlcato with people who had friends
or relatives In Honolulu. Bryan re
quested Purser Smith to deliver tho
letter in event of tho disaster proving
as serious as first reports would indi
cate. Bryan's object Is to carry relief to
people who may bo in need of it In San
Francisco. The opportunity Is an ex
cellent one nnd the mission of Bryan
will no doubt, bo appreciated by scoros
of pcoplo who have friends and rela
tives In the desolate city.
Bryan has secured passago by tho S.
S. Ventura and will depart next Tues
day. Tho Ventura will roach San Fran
cisco on April 30. His letter to tho As
sociated Pross was ns follows:
Honolulu, April 18, 1900.
To tho Associated Pross, Sun Francis
co, Cal.
Per Purser S. S. Alameda.
Mr. Wm. A. Bryan, of Honolulu, will
be on board tho Ventura duo Unrrlvo
in San Francisco April 30. He will have
with him a portion of Honolulu's roltof
contribution, as woll as lottors and
messages of Important commissions
A Messenger
Stricken
Disaster
REGEIV
LARENGE MAGKAY
night. TroopB aro in control of tho
city. So far the casualties aro Insep
arable from tho awful conditions that
exist. Tho government Is Issuing ra
tions. Tho telegraph linos to Oakland
are o. k. No ono Is ipermlttod to en
ter the city. Every effort Is being mado
to restore communications with Hono
lulu." (Signed) Mackay.
Tho dispatch was dated Now York,
April 20, 2:45 p. m. Tho despatch came
via Europe.
relievo tho distress, also that Congress
1'ad appropriated several millions to
aid tho afflicted.
All tho big churches In the city went
to destruction, said the cable.
utes thoy had ngreod that Johnson
ought to bo hanged, for that Is what
the verdict means. They took only oita
ballot. The twelve men had all mado
up their minds, and thoy filed .back to
court with their verdict.
Judgo Robinson set the case for sen
tence next Tuesday morning, at which
time, under tho law, ,ho is required to
pronounce iho death sentence.
to go to
San Francisco
from Honolulu friends and relatives of
tho San Francisco sufferers. It will bo
welt for persons desiring news from
friends In Honolulu to lnqulro of him
at his oflico which, until further no
tice, will be at his stateroom on board
tho S. S. "antura.
I As tho post office In San Francisco
,was in tho heart of tho burned portion
of tho city, there can be no doubt but
I that it is burned to tho ground. This
'means that for several days and per
haps weeks thero will bo no mall ser
vlco in the Btrlcken city. Tho mail
that will leave hero on the Sonoma
next Tuesday will probably bo several
days delayed after it reaches San Fran
cisco. , '
In vlow of this fact, Edgar B. MUlor,
who has been connected with tho Theo.
H. Davles & Co. for some months past,
lhaa decided to go to San Francisco as
a messenger and will deliver any mes
sages or letters in plain unstamped
envelopes that may bo handed to him
for a nominal fee. In fact Mr. Miller
will bo a messenger hoy on a large Job,
While going up on tho steamer Mr.
Miller will prepare upon a hand pres
a list of tho letters given him. Upon
his arrival in San Francisco he will
advertise in somo manner nnd will get
tho letters to their proper destinations.
Ho will probably beat the mall by a
number of davs.
CARTER AT MONTEREY
Governor Carter was at Monterey
when last hoard from. This Is ono of
the towns described as dextroyed, In
tho cablo rocolvod by Hackfeld and
Company from Bremen this morning.
Carter and Mrs. Carter stayed for
some tlmp at Pasadena. Then thoy
took a trip north and put vp at Mon
terey. The last letters recetvod here
from him woro dated thero and no
nows of Iris having loft thero has come
here so far.
San
at
SAN FRANCISCO RELIEF FUND
Honolulu Aerie, No. 140, F. O. E. $500.00
Hawaiian Star 50.00
Employees of the Star 14.25
Union Hack Stand 10.00
St. Louis College Alumni Ass'n 12.00
Joe Witmer 5.00
The following message has Just come
from tho Cliff House cable hut:
" Just had another rather severe shock,
Pedestal on which machine ,1s mount-
ed built Into basement came up 30
Tho next direct passenger boat is the
S. S. Manchuria duo from tho Orient.
Sho Is scheduled to arrive May 8. Be
tween thoso boats which Is a long
stretch of time, arc tho S. P. Maheno
duo May 1 from tho Colonies, and tho
S. S. Nippon Maru duo April 23 from
Yokohama, nnd tho S. S. Doric duo
Mny 1 from Yokohama. Passage can
bo taken on tho Maheno, but she goes
to Vancouver und Victoria. Several
days moro tlmo would bo required to
reach San Francisco. Tho Nippon Ma
ru and Doric are foreign boats and no
passengers or freight will bo accepted
CONSIDERATION,
lie considerate In all things. A care
ful consideration of tho lunch question
will result In your going to the Crite
rion. a
MUSIC
The Charles Guitar and Mandolin
Studio has been removed to the resl
dence, 762 Lunalilo street-. "Instru
meats given to pupils without extra
charge.
YOUR ATTENTION.
K. Yamamoto wholesale dealer
in Japanese goods, will show you
choice samples. Special attention
given to plantation orders. Telephono
Main 39D. P. O. Box 810. Hotel street
near Nuuanu.
Automobiles can bo hired day or
night at Club Stables, Fort Street,
A MATTER OF HEALTH
(WDER
Absolutely Pure
HAS HB SUBSTITUTE
VENTURA WILL BE FIT
BOAT TO
VQlfB.?
Francisco
Inches. There are cracks In front
wall. Guess I will risk It a few min-
utcs longer. 1 am working now with.
candles but will close at finish of them.
You may not hear again tonight."
STRICKEN CITY
except under n penalty of $200 for each
passenger.
In view of tho possible necessity ot
people desiring to reach San Francisco,
efforts may be mado to havo tho au
thorities at Washington suspend tho
shipping laws so as to enable people
and relief measures to go by tho two
foreign boats.
It Is by no means likely that tho ipeo
plo who probably arrived at San Fran
cisco yesterday wero permitted to land
at that city. Tho cablo reports today
(Continued on Pago Eight).
A -cnblo rctelvcj here ih's afternooa
says that Los Angeles Is all right. It
Is presumed that this moans that thn
city did not puffer at least materially
from tho earthquake.
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