pwi mi aiiinmnii i,niiin)jifin
the hawaTian "saW, 'SA6riiiii'i;r,'Ai'ftiL ii, iooeV
Extraordinary Bargains in
SALE BEGINS MONDAY MORNING AT 8 O'CLOCK.
A saving of at least ono-thlrd and In many cases a groat dent more
ean bo directed on every pair of curtains purchased next week at this
etoro. This Is another ono of those raro opportunities presented to
housewives and hotel keepers In which they can rcplaco old or worn
out curtains, with new Onos at a surprisingly low cost.
Bcsldos wo havo art Immense assortment to chooso from.
Every curtain is full length and width 314 yards long and SO to CO
$1.00 Quality, on sale at $ .75 pair
2.2C " ' ..... ,il(;b
2.G0 " ........ i.65 "
" ," 't ........ ..... 1.S0
3.00 " mo
3.25 ; 2.20 "
J.50 ' " " ' 2.40 "
4.00 " ' " " 2.80 "
6.00 ; 3.S5
This proportion of prices up to 8.00 pair.
The stock is well assorted and some have as many as 6 different
patterns of the samo prlco to select from.
1 1 m w m
Palm Ice Cream Parlor
LTOWIGSEN & JUNGCLAUS, -
OPEN SUNDAY, 7
IMrst Class Iiincli Rooms
Civility and prompt attention to patrons by capable waiters.
OANDIES AND ICE CItEAli ARK SPECIALTIES.
glasses you want
made by us will
and guaranteed so.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston. Building, Fort St.,
over May & Co.
TIME JO SEND HELP
(Continued from page one).
havo not yet been arranged. Wo shall
havo a public mooting as soon as possi
ble, and discuss the matter.
"It Is certain that thousands of San
Francisco peopld'Will be utterly desti
tute as a result of this calamity. Men
who a few days ago had means aro
penniless now. Tho Associated Press
reports three hundred thousand peo
ple homeless. Ths Is a proposition
tho Imagination can scarcely grasp, but
there Is every reason to bellevo that is
Is a careful estimate.
'"Many of these people, thousands of
them, through no fault of their own,
have lost all they had, oven their'
clothes. Tlicy must be fed and shel
tered and given a chance to start again.
An American city so stricken can al
ways know that all tho rest of tho na
tion will hasten to tho rescue, and It
Is Inspiring nows to learn that relief
trains uro already crossing tho con
tinent. Let us do our share."
Honolulu and all of the Hawaiian Isl
ands will probably subscribe liberally
for the fund to aid San Francisco suf
, erers. In all the local lodges and so
cieties, as well as business concerns,
and on tho street generally, there Is a
strong feeling in favor of goodly sub
scriptions towards tho needed . relief.
Tho Elks' weekly meeting camo last
night, nnd, they subscribed $2,000.' Spe
cial meeting of Masons was called for
this movo. Tho Chamber of Commerco
and Merchants' Association havo both
been busy, with tho result that tho act
ing governor, ns tho head 'f tho Ter
ritorial Government, has been asked
to tako hold of tho proposition, and
will lead a movement to secure funds.
(Continued from Page Ono).
Nebraskan Is now o,t, this port. She, Is
scheduled to depart' Sunday night for
Kahulul and to leavo that port next
week for San Francisco with a total
of 5,300 tons of sugar. Ordinarily this
sugar would go to tho Crockett refin
ery, but until It be learned whether tho
refinery Is ablo to handlo tho sugar, thq
cargo will not be sent to that place
Every posslblo effort Is being made
to asccrtnln tho conditions at tho re
finery. This morning Alexander &
Baldwin sent a cablegram by way of
Mjinlla to W. M. Alexander at Oakland
directing him to send messagers to
Crockett and to spare no expense- to
learn tho conditions at that place.
Fully twolve hours will elapso boforo
anything definite regarding this situa
tion can bo ascertained. GQorgo Mi
Cor Forfc and
116 HOmEL ST., NEAR FORT.
M. TO 8 P. M.
Rolph, tho manager of tho refinery, Is
a hustler, and the local people are con
fldent that tho 'Instant ho can advlso
them regarding the situation, ho will
Tho operator at San Francisco has
boon making special efforts at tho ur
gent request of Manager Gaines of the
local station, to learn something re
garding the condition of tho refinery.
One report yesterday was to the effect
that the railroad as far as tho tanks
at Crockott had been damaged. This
Indicated that tho refinery had sustain
ed no damage. This morning the San
Francisco operator stated that tho
Crockett refinery had been badly shak
en up. Later ho reported that ho was
unublf' to say anything of that refin
ery or of the Westorn refinery. Tho
latter 1 belongs to the Spreckels Inter
ests. Naturally V. G. Irwin & Com
pany are greatly concerned regarding
the situation at San Francisco, both as
regards tho refinery as well asthe Oce
anic Steamship Company-
Tho Sugar Factors' Company will not
regarq anything as official until they
have Received cable advices from tholr
agents;. In event of their refinery be
ing destroyed or seriously crippled, tho
sugar 'which was originally to havo
been shipped to San Francisco will bo
sent either to Seattle or some Califor
nia port for shipment by rail, across
tho continent to Eastern., refineries.
The conditions In California make no
difference, however, with vessels In Isl
and ports, loading sugar for tho Atlan
Saturday, April 21.
Stmr. Kinau, Freeman, from Hllo
and way ports, at 11 a. m.
Schr. Ada, Muna, from Iihaina, it
1' a. m.
Sunday, April 22.
S. S. Nebraskan, Wooden, for Kahu
iul. at 5 p. m.
Am. bark Olympic, EVantt, for San
Francisco, in morning.
Saturday. April 21.
Am. bark W. B. Flint, Larson, for
Makawell, at 3 p. in.
Per stmr. Kinau, April 21, from Hilo
and way ports: J. A. Kennedy, G. N.
Wilcox, J. M.' Dowsett, August Dreler,
W. O. Smith, Mrs. W. O. Smith, L. A.
Thurston, W. F. Dillingham, Em 1 1
Dreier, August Dreler, Jr., T. E. Wall,
Miss Fargehar, Mrs. D. Pullar, S. S.
Peck, Mrs. S. Peck and child, Mrs.
Iwashlta, Mrs. H. Tin Yau and Infant,
Mrs. E. B. Logan and infant, Miss E.
Worry, Miss Julia Logan, Georgo Sea,
Mrs. J. Green, C. D. Green, L. C. Pat
terson, Mrs. F. C. Boedofeld, Miss J.
M. Lobbs. ,1. Higashl, Mrs. I. Hlgashh
J. McSwanson, Capt. Bray, F. d. da
Rosa. Rev. S. Kodama, Mrs. S. Koda
ma, Master Sakal Kodama, Mls3 I. Ko
dama, Miss Kio. Kodama, Henry H.
Ronton, J. C. Andorson, P. Coyne, Q.
H. Berry, James T. .Taylor, H. P. Ho-
skins, John Garcia, Rev. Y. Mltara,
Joso Ppna, C. R. Faurot, Mrs. DJna Na
'eote, Master G. Naeole, A. J. Spitz, W.
'paolfic Lodge, No. S22, A. F. and A.
f., havo given $2000 to tho general re
lief fund for tho San Francisco suffer
orjs. It was voted at a special meeting
atl 11 o'clock this morning.
Corner Alakea' and King strcot: Jun
ior C. E.. 9 a: m. Senior C. E., 0:30 n.
inlj Blblo School 9:)5 a. m.j Prenchlng
liyr. m. nhd 7:30 p. m. Morning sormon
'"Choosing an Environment; ovonlng,
'"Bearch for nBasIs of Christian- Union
iYou aro cordjally InWtod to any and
till those services.
iDAoenniPDD t ttmddc mn dd
inoomvumi ummw iu dg
OPERATED FROM MO,
H. HACKFELD & COMPANY RECEIVE ORDERS TO PROVISION THE
NIPPON MARU FOR HER RET URN FROM SAN FRANCISCO-PACIFIC
MAIL, BOAfTS PROBABLY TO BE PROVISIONED .HERE FOR
Tho following cablegram was receiv
ed this morning by H. Hackfold & Co.
by way of Europe,:
"OAKLAND, April 21 Provision Nip
pon Maru sufficiently for trip from
Frisco to Honolulu."
This came from tho Toyo KIscn Kal
sha agency which has evidently estab
lished offices In Oakland. Tho order
means that tho Nippon Maru will
probably bo dispatched from Sun Fran
cisco Hay for Honolulu and tho Ori
ent on her return trip. Tho vessel Is
duo at Honolulu next Monday from
SIB FOB OOfi PEOPLE
Late yesterdaw Acting Governor
Atkinson sent the following cable:
Spreckels, San Francisco: Arrange
headquurters for rellof people from
Hawaii. Wo will furnish fundB need
ed. If unable personally to attend
to same, sefcure responsible person.
Cable names Hawallans injured.
By service message tho cable office In
San Francisco was Informed that the
sender would authorize an expenditure
up to $100, If necessary, to secure the
delivery of the message.
MUCH DISCUSSION OF PHOPOSI
i TIONS TO GIVE AID TO STRICK-
JEN 'SAN FRANCISUO.
I The matter of subscriptions to a fund
for the relief of sufferers by the San
Frunclsco disaster Is being discussed
on all sides today,., Last night the, Ho
nolulu! Lodge of Elks held Us unusual
meeting and In the course of the. even
ing the members present put up $700 In
cash for th'o purpose. This added to
$1,000 which ,1s voted as a lodge, make's
$1,700, and it was decided to fcet enough
' to make the total $2,000. ffhis will
, easily be pbtalnod from menibers not
present at the meeting last night, it is
The money will probably be sent by
cable tp the Oakland lodge, as soon as
possible, with instructions to use it for
the benefit of 'Elks who are sufferers. '
Other local Ipdges will take up the
proposition, it is understood, and will
send large sums forward to their near
Tliu matter to be M-ttled before any
money Is sent, Is the condition of tho
.banks at tho other end. The San Fran
cisco Examiner has resumed public
cation across tho bay, and 'it Is
regarded as likely that tho banks
will tproceed to start business through
their banking associates in tho same
way. Or It may be that thoy will be
able to establish headquarters In San
Francisco, and If their vaults' contents
aro not destroyed, as Is thnmrht i,v
, those best informed here, they will
very quickly bo able to go ahead. If
this Is found to bo tho case, money can
bo cabled from Honolulu as soon as
tho oablo Is In shape to carry business
C. M. Cooke, President of tho Bank
of Hawaii, said this morning that he
. wns disposed to think that a list of In
dividual subscriptions would bo prefer
able to lumping subscriptions under tho
names of big associations. This was in
answer to a question regarding a ru
mor that tho Planters' Association had
decided to make a big subscription.
President Cooko said that tho mattor
had not been formally discussed as yet,
but would be tuken up In tlmo.
I Rumor had it this morning that tho
i-iuniers Association was to offer
$100,000 to the fund, but no formal ac
tlon has boon taken by tho Association.
Another report was that 25 cents a ton
for last year's sugar crop would be of
fered, which would amount to about
tho same thing. This is a suggestion
, which came from J. A. MoCandlose,
who strongly favors it.
Honolulu Is probably far behlml
other Amorlpan cities In offering to help
San Francisco, and many citizens aro
Inclined to crltlclzo severely tho slow
ness of action. Los Angeles' action in
sending $100,000 has already been ca
bled hero. It seoros iprobablo that Ho
njolulu Is an exception so far In having
dono nothing, y tho tlmo Honolulu be
gins to discuss tho matter, next week,
tho rest of tho United States will havo
aubscrlbod enough so that no help from
hero will bo needed, according to ono
Tho cornor stonp of tho Japanese
Maklkl Congregational Church will bo
laid on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clook
at Kinau and Pensacola streets.
Yokohama. Sho will reach San Fran
cisco on April 29. Sho Is duo to leave
that city May 11. (This report Is rather
favorablo In character, for It indicates
that conditions aro not so bad, but tho
Toyo Kiscn Kalsha oxpoqts to dispatch
Its vessels either from SaiPFranclsco
propor, or from some other point in tho
vicinity. - ,
Litter In the morning camo another
order from the Pacllio Mail as follows:
To Agents Pacific Mall S. S. Co.:
OAKLAND. April 21, 9:24 a. m. Pro
vide all Pacific Mall boats with provi
sions for round trip.
This action was taken liy Acting
Governor Atkinson after jonsultation
with President George W. Smith and
Secretary P.. H. Paris of theiMetchants'
Tho responsibility, of making this ef
fort -to enre for slleli of our own as
may be stricken was taken by tho Act
ing Governor and the representatives
of the Merchants' Association in full
faith Unit the Association and tho
public would approve.
The cable was filed to be sent bollr by
way or Kurupc and direct to San Fran
cisco to Insure Its delivery at the
earliest pos-slldc moment.
DAILY STOCK BEPDBT
20 Ewa, $L'S.2r,; 15
(-. Brtwc r te Co
Kwu PFun ,'o
' Hawaiian Agrl
iiaw. sugar I'o
Honomu Sugar Co. ...
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plan. Co
Klhel Plan. Co
Klpnhulii Sugar Co. ..
Koloa Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co. ...
Olaa Sugar Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill ....
Pioneer Mill Co
Ynlalua Agr. Co, .
Walmanalo Sugar' Co
Walmea Sugar' Co. ..
I. I. S. N. Co
Haw. Electric Co. ...
Hon. R. T., Pf..d
Mutual Tele. Co
Oahu Railway Co. ...
Hon. Brow Co ,
Haw. Xcr. 4s
Haw. Govt. Gs
Cal. Beet Co. (Is
Haiku Sugar Co. 6s...
Haw. Com. 6s
Hllo. R. R. 6s
H. R. T.. 6s
Kahuku Plan. 6s
Oahu Railway Gs
Olaa Sugar Co
I'ala Plan. Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill 6s
McBrydo Sugar Co. 6s
SUGAR CARGOES DEPART.
The hark KaliilanI got away from
Kaannpul! three days ago for Son
Francisco with a fijll load of sugar.
The bark Olympic sails tomorrow
morning for Oakland with 37.243 bags
of sugar. Her sugar will bo sent over
hand. The S. S. Novadan will bo dis
patched next week frlm Kahulul for
San Francisco. Some of Tier sugar Is
for overland shipment and some fqr
Crockett. If Crockett be out of coiri
mlsslon that sugar will probably be
stored or else shipped overland. Tho
Nevadan will depart for Kahulul to
nionow afternoon at 5 o'clock.
THE RINK OPEN
The rink will bo open all day as
usual. Music this evening. With tho
new skato now in use there is llttlo or
no waiting for a chanco to skate. As
on last Saturday evening an opportun
ity will bo given couplos to havo tho
floor for a short period. Also for la
dles alone. Davenport will do some
fancy skating. For thoso who wish to
"reduce," skating makes pleasuro of an
otherwise arduous labor. An automa
tic sealo has been put in so tho results
may bo had.
Departing, April 18. Am. bark Kn
lu'anl, Colly, for San Francisco.
Tho Halelwa Hotel, Honolulu's fa
mous couritry resort, on the lino of the
Oahu Railway, contains every modern
Improvement and affords Us guests an
opportunity to enjoy all amusements
golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and salt
water bathing, shooting, fishing, riding
and driving, Ticket, Including rail
way faro and ono full day's room and
board, aro sold at tho Honblulu Station
and Trent & Company for $5. For de
parture of trains, consult tlmo tublo.
On Sundays, tho Hnlolwa Limited, a
two hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returning, nrrlvos n Honolulu at 10
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
THE STORY BY CABLE
(Continued from Pago Ono).
land practically escaped without any
THE WORST OVER.
To Cable Office, 11:55 a. m.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 21. FJre all
under control. Thero Is plenty to
spare of supplies and thoy are being
well distributed. Tho worst Is over.
LITTLE DAMAGE IN SAN JOSH.
To Cable Ofllo, 11:15 a. In.
' SAN FRANCISCO, April 21. San
Jose there was no damago to sponk of.
About six persons Injured. Small
fires which wore extinguished, o. k.
ONLY CHIMNEYS DOWN.
To Cable Office, 9:30 a. m.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 21. Mc
Cadlo said Oakland safo beyond fact
chimneys down. Things arc O. K., al
though tossed about some. A chimney
down la nothing nowadays.
FIVE HUNDRED DEAD.
(Associated Press Cablegram to the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser.)
NEW YORK. April 21. San Fran
cisco city destroyed by nn earthquake
Five hundred dead.
Three hundred thousand homeless.
Tho loss will bo $250,000,000.
Food mid wnter aro scarce.
Great damage and loss of life in oth
er cities nnd towns near San Fran
cisco. ' '
! THE "PHOENIX" EXAMINER
To Cable Office, 7:40 a. m.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 21.-The
headlines In this morning's Examiner,
' printed in Oakland, sny: "The water
front destroyed; to resume at once.
(The chairman of the committee to feed
tho hungry reports everything possible
done to feed people. No ono hungry In
Snn Francisco lust night. Everything
done. No trouble about quantity or
distribution of food. Everything satis
factory. Fire under control.
', (The dispatch Is not clear In tho
I statement "t'o resume at once." This
may refer to the Examiner or else to
I the resumption of shipping In San
NO CARS RUNNING.
To Cable Office, 7:63 a. m.
! "SAN FRANCISCO, April 21. Not a
car running In the city. Earthqunko
threw dynamos off center boards.
I Nearly all power houses wore burned
' or they chimneys thrown down."
I CROCKETT REFINERY.
To Cable Office. 9:20 a.m.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 21 Crockett
Rellnory pretty badly shaken up.
To Cable Office, 9:33 a. m.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 21. Unable
to say anything about Crockott build
ing and western refinery.
OAKLAND O. K.
To Cable Office, 8:40 a. m.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 21. Every
thing in Oakland O. K. No serious
RRH UNDER CONTROL.
9 a. in. San Francisco: "Man from
town says fire all out except at North
Reach which is still smouldering. It
Is under control. Everything burned
that can burn. What is smouldering
now has all been back fired. Every
thing gone from Ferry to 21st street
on Market. On the west It Is swept
to Van Ness. Cleaned out to tho bay.
It is under control now o. k. They
say you can't find your way about tho
streets, as thoy all look alike and tho
ruins obstruct passage."
i WAiii.i-; rj'.ui'ijK at wuilK.
I To Cablo Office, 9:40 a. m.
I SAN FRANCISCO, April 21. Oper
ators In burnt district aro trying to
establish communication with hut.
BUILDING IN OAKLAND.
H. II. Rurrell received tho following
cable from his brother In Oakland, via
Europe this morning dnted April 21,
10:05 a. in. Oakland.
"All safe and nil going well . Every
thing good condition."
The cable was In private codo the
key to which was in tho fourth story of
the Central Bank building In Oakland,
showing thnt thu building thero Is In
(Washington Special to the Pacific
WASHINGTON, D. C. via Manila,
April 21 (1:30 a. in.) San Francisco is
still burning fiercely, hut there is somo
hope of getting water to fight tho fire
Relief trains with supplies are rush
ing across tho continent.
The entire town Is undoubtedly doom
ed. ERNEST G. WALKER.
(Contlnuod from Page One).
referred to Is that of the mother of
j Mrs. Phllllpe: ,n
. PORTLAND, Ore., April 20. To
Manny Phillips. Honolulu: Gnsllnsky
family safe Oakland.
A meotlng of Harmony Lodge No,
3, Odd Follows, has been called for ten
o'clock tomorrow morning, by Noblo
Grand E .L. Sehwnrzborg, to consider
tho matter of sending aid to San
Francisco. Tho meotlng Is to bo held
at tho Odd Follows' building, and will
result In a subscription for tho cause.
Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21, of the Ma
sons, held u meeting this afternoon and
voted $4,500 for tho fund with which to
aid Snn FrRtioItico. This Is the largest
single subscription yet made.
Finn Job Printing, Star Offl
m .H ' ' ' v im ii i it
FOR SALE I
Kaplolnnl Park Addition Monsarrat
Fivo lots 200 ft. frontage.
Host view In Tract. j
Lots graded ready for building;
Low price for quick unlo.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. Lid
Corner Fort and
1 Electric fan also 1 seven ft. window
shade at tho O. K. Barber shop. Bethel
street near King.
AT THE ZOO
Program at the Zoo Sunday, April 35,
from 2 to 5 p. m.:
Waltz, "InijKissionod Dream Waltz"
Selection, "Iiaa Ko Punl Kauoha"..
I Major Kealakal
Selection, "Mnlama- la Me Oo"
Selection, "Old Plantation" (by ro
quest) d. Napa
Selection, "Kaw.al.iulu Ke Aloha"...
! La la Mahclona
Selection, "Maid or Honolulu". .Kalanl
Selection, "Akahi Hoi". King Kalakaua
I Royal Kawalhau Olee Club.
' OPERATOR GETS BREAKFAST.
I Tho operator n tho lone eablo hut
in San Francisco cabled tills morning:
that he had shot four quail for lila
(breakfast. It would be hard on tha
; Honolulu people should be be arrest
ed for violating the game laws of Call
! fornla. However he Is not to bo
( blamed for breaking the law for ho
! cabled that yesterday he had only had
I tho tall of a chicken and two slices Of
bread to cat and "was famished'
Fine Job Printing, Star Odiee.
A special meeting of Damleu Council
No. 563, Y. M. I., will bo held at St.
Antonio Hall Sunday, nt 10 a. m.. to
decide on relief to Ban FrancLsco suf
All members are urgently requested
By order of the Iresldeut.
BY AUTHO RIT Y
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE OF SALE
OF CERTAIN LANDS NEAR
CITY OF HONOLULU.
At 12 o'clock noon, Sutuiday, Slay
IStli, 1906, at front entrance to the'
Judiciary Building, Honolulu, ' thero'
will bo sold at Public Auction under
the provisions of Part IV, Section 17,'
Lurid Act, 1803, the following eertuln
portions of land situate In tho Dis
trict of Komi, Is'land or Oahu, T. H.:
(1) The land known as "lamalaka
inulama" or the "Queen Emma
Tlacf" together with the small lot
adjoining and known a.i the Reser
voir Lot" Pulwa, Nuuauu Valley.
Area 10.20 acres a llttlo mtiro or
less. Possession given Kept. 1, 1906.
Upset price $10,000.00 also all costs
of advertising. Terms rush, U. S.
(2) A reinnnnt of Tnro Land, Nlau,
Kallhl. Area 4700 sq. ft. a llttlo mora
Upset prlco $54.00; nhn all costs
of advertising. Terms, cash, U. S.
(3) A small piece of land on '"Tan- '
talus Drive," adjoining Grant No,
4743 to Davis. Area 1365 sq. ft., a .
llttlo moro or less.
Upset prlco $45.00; also all costs' of
advertising. Terms cash; U. S. Gold
F;qr plana and further particulars
apply at Department of Public Lands,
Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
JAH. W. PRATT, .
Commissioner of Public Lands,
Honolulu, April 12, 1904.
Store To lot
Fort street next to Club Stables. Now
occupied by Y. Wo Sing On. Possas
slon given May 1. Inqulro Club Stables.
Tolephono Main 109.
Beginning with May 1. 1M6 tho
ALBXANDER YOUNO HOTEL will
b conducted on tho EUROPEAN
NOAH W. GRAY,
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