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Vol. XV 1H No. 3J81
Press Pilgrims In
Brainy Men and Women
HERE TO EXPLORE AND ENJOY THE
Tims Of Their Lives
FIRST PARTY OF THE KIND TO VISIT HAWAII
Greeted with n ilnsh of llawnll'a
liquid mi nidi Inn and adorned with Ha
waii's lels, tlio half n hundred memheis
of tho Southern Cnllfornla Kdltorlal
Association cnnic Into the harbor thl.i
morning In excellent Bplrlta nnd well
prepared for .hn good tlmo tlmt awaits
them In the Island)).
The Alameda was true In Hh repu
tation for being on time. Arriving off
tho harbor In the early morning I lie
visitors lmd an opportuplly lo get n
lew of the It-land nnd harbor at the
most attractive time.
Chairman J. A. McCnndlcus with Mr.
Wood nnd Mr. Hartley of the Promo
tion Committee wero among the llrst
to board the ship nftcr It had been
passed by the doctor. Then came
members of the reception committee
tepresentlng the presa of the city with
the launch load of lels. This Hawaiian
custom was a source of great pleasure
and made a most happy Introduction
to the pleisnnt. peculiarities of tho
After the committee boarded tho
steamer the time vjns occupied In plac
ing the Memoerp'oftthe party nsslgned
to the Hawaiian and Young Hotels, no
that the arrangements went forward
like clockwork at the landing. A spec
ial car in charge of Superintendent
Fratt waa waiting near tho dock. Man
ager Rallontyno of the Itnpld Transit
was also on hand to sec that the track
was cleared for the editors, and ar
rayed In flowers they rode through the
principal street to their hotels.
The members of tho party and the
papers rcprc3e'nted follow:
' D. 0. Holt and wife, Kvcnlng Out
look. Santa Monica.
Paul Moore and Miss May Moore,
Evening Facta, Rcdlands,
Miss Isabclle Morgan, Morning
Union, San Diego.
C. F. Holland, Evening ExprcJB, I.os
Mrs. H. G. Tlnsley, Evening Review,
n. Springer (cartoonist; watch him)
Examiner, Loi Angeles. .
Edgar Johnson nnd wife. Tribune,
-Ray Morton and wife. Examiner, Los
Warren Wilson and three daughters,
Morning Journal, Ln3 Angclc3.
I. S. Watson and wife, Evening Trib
une, Long Beach.
J. F. Davis and wife, Santa Fe Rail
J. J. Fenny and wife. Dally Tele
gram. Long Bench.
E. R. Amerjge, Evening Blade, San
C. E. Ruddock, wifo nnd daughter,
Rev. J. D. H. Browne, Southern Cal
ifornia Churchman, Los Angeles.
Mrs. M. A. Mcllnlton, Woman's
Press Association, Los Angeles.
in irm "nmi
THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
Sor, FORT and HOTEL 8T8
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i! 3:30 O'CLOCK
Miss Helen Leech, Evening Record,
Miss Nclllo Hagadorn (arllst) Times,
J. L. Mathews and wife, Argus, Cov
Ina. Mlrs Ethel Powers, Evening Record,
Miss (Irucc Tower, Evening News,
E. F. Van luvcn nnd wife. Dally
Index. Han Bernardino.
Miss Virginia Bowman, Evening
News. Los Angeles.
Mrs. II, lies and daughter. Builder
and Contractor, l)S Angelc.
Miss Winifred Martin, Dally Sun,
Mrs. K. M. Hartlctt, Woman's Prcus
Association, I .oh Angeles.
L. F. Doollttlc and wife, Herald, ljos
Angeles. . .
T. WMcDIvItt and 'mother, Miner,
D. J. Ilnstnnchiiry, Tribune. Fuller.
E. Johnson, Morning Times, Loi
Frank M. Jenifer, Oceanic Steamship
Co., Ix)3 Angeles ngent.
The City Captured.
Honolulu has been attacked by n
force of Invndcra and tho city haH
fallen. When tho Alameda steamed
Into the harbor this morning, nhc
lauded nn army from Southern Cali
fornia, and It wnx all off. A glance,
shoucd tho folly of resistance. Sur
render was Inevitable and the city sur
rendered grarofully, nnd not only
gratefully but gladly ,
For the Invaders enmo not armed
with guns and swords, but with tho
wenpon that is mightier than the
sword. The vanquishers of Honolulu
aro-pushcra of the pencil, knights of
shears and pa3te pot. The force Is
composed of the Southern California
Press Association and Its'wIveB and
daughters foityiilno of thorn in nil.
D. G. Holt In Charge.
The vlsitlug party la in chareg of
D. (.. Holt, of the Santa Monica Even
ing Outlook, who Is president of tho
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"Better be sure than sorry" Is a say
ing older than our aafe-deposlt vault,
but It fits It aa If made to order. Bet
ter be sure of the safety of your pa
pers than sprry you had not rented
one of the boxes at five dollars a year.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Are here in the largest assort"
ment oi Styles, and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner you come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 28.
may claim supremacy but the Bulletin is
AND SAY SO
WHEREAS. The Southern Cal-
Ifornla Editorial Association, In
all of Its history, never enjoyed
n more pleasant outing than tho 4
one thus far to happily begun; 44
4- nnd, 4
WHEREAS, tho members of 4
said Association arc deeply In 4
4- ilcbtcd for tho many, many pleas- 4
4 ures that havo been their lo vn
4 rloiiH transporlntlon companies
4 nnd Individuals, whose uniform
courtesies and ronstnnt endeav- 4
ore to minister to our comforts
and enjoyment have been unceas
4 Ing from the very beginning;
now, therefore, be It
4- RESOLVED. That wc heartily
4- (hank the Cnllfornla Promotion
4 Commlllec of'Snn Francisco for
4- tho cordial hospitality extended
to us while In that city nnd for
( tho many fcaturea of n pleasant
day there, which was made not
only Interesting, but enjnynblo in
Hpltc of tho elly'H recent disaster
4 nnd industrial disturbances that 4
ordinarily would havo made nny
4 sort of entertainment qulto ini- 4
4- possible: and, bo It further
RESOLVED. That wo thank
tho Mt. Tamnlpals railway for 4
4 tho. opportunity It so willingly at- 4
4 forded iis for enjoying onco again 4
one of the most Hcrnln mountain
rides In the world;" furthermore,
4- bo it
4 .RESOLVED, That wo hereby
expreas our appreciation of the 4
rccommodatlonn nnd scrvlco glv-
4- en us by tho Hotel Imperial at
4 !'51 Eddy street, San Francisco;
RESOLVED. That our especial
4 tnanks for numerous favors re-
iclvcd and for ono of tho most 4
4 pleasant ocenn voyages In tho 4
world, arc tduo tho Oceanic 4
4- Steamship Company and partlcu- 4-
Inrly to General Passenger Agent
L. F. Cockrolt of San Francisco,
who It was that made it possible
In the first lustnnco for the South-
4- crn Cnllfornla Editorial Assocla- 4-1
tlon to arrange this splendid ex-
curslon the first editorial excur-
4 Blon that ever set out for Hono-
lulu; and, moreover, wo nre '
grateful to tho company for send-
lng along with us Its genial rep- 4
resentatlvo at Los Angeles, Frank
Jenifer, who ban tliun far person-
ally conducted the party to the 4
4 complete satisfaction of tho most
4 fastidious of us;
RESOLVED, That tho many
pleasures of the voyage arc largo- 4
ly due to the untiring efforts of
tho gallant ofllcern of tho good
4 hlp Alameda, among whom we
4 wls)i especially to mention Com-
inandcr Thomas Dowdcll, and his
4- staff of able assistant J. Drew-
4 ten) chief ofllcer: J. S. Richards,
chief engineer; T. C. Smith, pur-
4 Her; Dr. J. A. NclHon, surgeon;
4 and A. Hnckett, chief steward;
4 and, in fact, any and all of the
4 trow, who have striven to mako
4 us a lion voyage;
4 RESOLVED. That we aro un-
Is what the law. calls corpor
ations. This practical immortality
makes the trust company a
better and safer executor of
a will than an Individual,
Fort. St. Bonolul-i
, . AAilfcyMiWiifc..... '
ONE PAPER IR HAWAII PRINTS
OF HA WAIL FRIDAY.
der especial obligation (o Mrs.
W. M. Ungton of the Paradise of
ft tho Pacific for the Interest sho 4"
has taken In our party. In rycort-
4- lng us from San Francisco to llo-
nolulu, and for untiring efforts to
4- make our trip pleasant and edit-
4- RESOLVED, That wo grateful-
ly acknowledge nttr Indebtedness 4
to Rev, John 1). II. llrnwno nnd
4- Rev. J, W Ounn Tor their kindly
ofllco' In conducting helpful roll- 4
glous services, that were enjoyed
by all: ,
4- RESOLVED, Thai Mrs. L. F. 4
4- Doollttlo Is entitled to the gratl- 4-
tude of every member of the par-
4- ty for providing us with a concert
of a high order In tho social par-
lor on Tuesday evening. Tho 4-
program on this occasion was ex.
cellcnt, and wo thank everyone
who tnolf part therein: 4-
RESOLVED, That wo thank
4- thosn of tho passengers of tho
4- good snip Alameda, nut members
of our party, for tho Kindly Inter-
4 est they havo shown tnnnrd us 4
4 nnd for the many things they 4
4- hae done to make tho ojage a 4-
social success. Our one regret Is 4
4- that we cannot enroll them, too,
ns membcrn of the Southern Cal-
llornla Editorial Association.
4 Tlie Commlttco on Resolutions
4- thus respectfully submits a par-
tlal report, which will be com-
pleted before our departure from
0, RAY IIORTON,
4- WARREN WII.HON.
4K MISS (1! II. TOWER,
J. L MATTHEWS.
I F DOOLITTLB.
4- MRS. J. J. PENNY.
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J, HOPP A CO., tha
tore In the Young Building, which recently bought tha stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retiring from 'business, have placed on sale at J, HOPP
CO.'S stores th entire atock of Porter's at prices which have
never been placed on furniture here before,
J, HOPP & CO. carry on their own aocount a largt atock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter's atock. so
they will almost giva (way the latter. Bring your money
with you and th price will be less than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a atock which Included soma
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. We hive a new
lot of new furniture dui to arrlva her and must put Portar'a
stock out of the way.
The atock Includes everything you can ua In your house.
Now la the time to buy It. ,
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
J.. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNO. BUILDINQ BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACT8.
The Comoanv auatalned only one
the awful dlaaster of April 18th last.
The Company's San Francisco Homo Office Building, destroyed by fire,
was fully covered by Insurance In standard companies.
The land upon wnicn n sin rrancnco nimi uint nnixuig iu
has not depredated In value, but by reason of the deatructlon'of Chinatown,
hat rather appreciated In value.
San Francisco mortgages held by tho Company, amounting to $298,450,
were protected by real estate valued at $493,000, with Improvements, only a
part of which were destroyed, wortn awu.uuu, and upon wnien improve
mentt the Company held fire Insurance to the amount of $71,000, ,
The vault withstood the fire and their entire contents, about two car
loads of books ami records, are now In our Lot Angeles Home Otflce,
The Company hat approved aneta of about $11,000,000; hat nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance In force; has an annual Income of more than $4,
500,000, and has surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California inturanca lawa the atockholdora, whoto wealth It
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of tho Company.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA la the largest and most popular life insurance company west of
the Mlttltilppl River, and hat done a conservative and progressive butlntia
for thirty-nine years, paying claim promptly and satisfactorily, a It will
continue to do. J. N. RUSSELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitor may say to you, these are the FACT8I
B20 FORT STREET.
mmJIUjSu'w,.. fc.- ,lkHlfi. liiaaw iiirflfiltii'
always ready with
SEPTEMBER 7, UKHi
STUFF StLECIfD fell
mii linn Nil
4- "We are going to Issue that
4- special edition of tho Bulletin,"
said Secretary Johnson of the
Southern 'Cnllfornla Editorial As. f
Hoclallon this morning.
4- 'Wc picked out a stall jostcrday t
4 that will mako things hum. I ex- 4
4 poet that the best time to do the
4- work will be after wo return from
4- tho Volcano." 4
The hlstoriinl associations of the
old palace, framed In the always
charming surroundings of palms and
other tropical scenery, mano n fine Im
pression on the mcmbeni of the South
ern California Editorial Association
this forenoon, when they went lo
call on Governor Carter
The party arrived at the palace under
the guidance of the reception commit
tee and tho members of tho Promotion
Commlttco at about It o'clock The
old throne room, with Its many histor
ical objects of Interest, was duly ad
mired, whereupon the procession filed
Into the robln's.egg-bluo chamber,
where each of the visitors was person
ally Introduced to the Governor.
For a kiiHi-n of nliout fifteen mlnutel
Governor Carter. 'as well as tho clcer-
ones of tho party, explained the pic
tures In the cxccutlvo. chamber, the
Governor giving a chosen croup an
Interesting account of tho history of
the capltol and describing the manner
(ContiniMtf on Pago 4.)
death loss attributable directly to
Dainty Feast Spread
At Moana Hotel
Fer City's Guests
HEARTY WELCOME EXTENDED WRITERS
Although tho members of the South
ern California Presu Arsoclatlon have
been In the city but a few hours, thoje
few hours have been enough. Hono
lulu has bad Itx Inevitable effect. The
visitors eamo to conquer. They nl
This Is no mere surmise. It Is an
open confession on the part of (ho
president of the association, speaking
(or all the members of his party.
President D. G. Holt made the state
tnent nt the luncheon given the via ,
Itors nt i::.10 today at tho Moann hotel
"I know," he said, "of several news
papers In Southern California Hint nio
for salo now. Wo came down here to
sec what the country looks like, Wc
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want to go buck.'
JX.'J'in1!! . t. "? Ul , I"1'!''- ""J U' "papers of the city
kponsc lo tho address of welcoimji' ' . , Khatl thomuchlv en
made by W. R. Farrlngton. The V. '?. f.1 ?..,. '",.. 1." . ..".?.. . ?L
peaker knew tho feelings of the'
guests, many of whom had not been
eating very heartily for the past week,
and ho kept silent until after tho Call-
lorniaqs nad (urtnKcu or wo excellent
iini.hin Thin nf Itoif nrm-nl in hi.
one of the suiprlwH to which the vls -
Itora will bo treated during their stay
on tho Islands, for almost every on
of the several cources consisted of a
dlsh new to them. Hut they are hero i"'u no uo nui wish io r," "
to see and learn new things, and tlieraj The Southern California Press As
was no hesitation on their part In try-1 social Ion, said Mr. Holt, Is an organ
ing each new dish. From the execu- Izatlon of the newspaper men of that
tlon they did. It In safe to say that
REBELS HOLD UP RAILROAD. I
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 7. An arm
istice of ten days has been declared. '
Two railroad bridges have been dyna
mited and five hundred rebels are on
guard to prevent any attempted re-i
' I s
REFUSE TO 'SCHAROE NEW MEN
SAN Fn (CISCO. Cal., 8ept. 7.
The railroads have absolutely refuted
to discharge the men wno nave been
hired during the strike.
Tho labor unions are considering
what action to take,
si 1 al
MANIAC KILL8 SEVEN.
WAR8AW, Russia, Sept. 7. A ma
niac In this city today managed to oe
cure an axe. and ran amuck In the
asylum In which he had been confined.
He killed seven people before he was
INSURGENT8 IN ATTACK.
TANGIER, Morocco, Sept. 7. The
Insurgents are engaged In an attack
The French cruiser Galilee has been
dispatched to nuke a demonstration.
BURNING THE CITY.
POTSIN. Poland, Sept. 7. The
Terrorists have started fires through
out the city and are burning 177
ho u sis.
SEVEN MORE 'QUAKE8.
TALCA, Chill, Sept. 7. Seven
shocks of earthquake were felt here
The More You Think
about our men't working thoet the greater your appreciation of
the wonderful value, good-fit featuret, long-wear quality, high
grade finiah and good appearance In every pair. Then you do
not wonder at our largo trade therc'a a reaton for It.
No man, whether poor or comfortably fixed, can afford to
pay for thoet and have them rip and tear the very first time he
get them wet. He would rather pay more and got quality.
Shoes cost more now to build than ever before; hence ther
must be a sacrifice somewhere. We positively will not cut out
quality In our stock and tell a man "This is the samo shoe at
the same price." Full value here In every sale.
J 05 1 Fort Street.
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Some road open stately enough, .
with planted trees on either aide to
tempi the traveler, but soon become
narrower and narrower, end In i n
squirrel path, and run up a tree. ' '
And many advertising campaigns n
get switched off Into roads of this
kind expend their forces In news- i
papers of "squirrel path" elrcula-,.
, . tlons and Inlluencc and end up a i
WIN OUT. "
iKiOB 6 Oenth
there wero few of them who were not
Jilejfed with everjthlng they tried.
'I hero were i good many sna-voyago
uprtlles to be satisfied,
When the coffee wan brought on, Mr.
Farrlngton nro.o nnd In behalf of the
jieoplo ami press of Honolulu wel
comed tho Southern California Presa
Association to Ibu city Hn Informed
them thai the motto of the newspa
pers of Honolulu Is "loe one nnother"
nnd that th"y try lo llvo up to It
whenever possible. I he Koutliern Cal
ifornia Press Association, lie said, u
tho llrst body or the kind that haH ever
visited tho islands and he expressed
tho opinion that It Is ceitnlnly the best
looking body of people of nny kind that
has ever come here. The visitors, be-
lng newspaper writers nnd naturally
bashful and irodest. blushed Mr. Far-
'".'. """""l """"h '"" "" ' y
D. G. Holt, president of the astoclj-
lion, urosc to reply to Mr. Farrlugton'a
address. He began by making tho
statement, tliut ho lud learned during
the past two or three hours, of rcverul
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which aro lor tale. a their owner
have already fallen In love with Hono-
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