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you aro not cottins f nil value.
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iBsCT ilraiiire pn highly fast passace
AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL NOVEMBER .16. CALL-
EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE,
MCN'G FURNISHING GOODS CUT ALMOST IN TWO.
CMCnOIDCRIES REDUCED 0 PER CENT.; ETO, ETC
RCf TCf TCCn: :VVe give '(Veen trading stamps during the sate
th:r:.y enstling ycu to est ssmethlnj for. nothing.
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.Thirty-one ; automobiles were x brou
ght down from the mainland as part
of the five thousand tons freight sup
plied the Matson- Navigation charter
ed steamed Honolulan, that completed
a : pleasant . passage from San ; Fran
cisco and arrived at Honolulu : early
thl? morning; ' ? ' ."' :.; .
.. This number of machines is declar
ed, as smashing all' existing records
along these' lines v for Uhe Honolulan
and for that matter several other ves
sels in the Matson fleet ; ? ? '
".' Twenty car loads of freight Includ
ing "general merchandise and suplies
for thel islands was left behind at the
San 's Francisco -wharf, owing : to the
limited capacity of the Honolulan as
a : cargo carrier,' J; ' . 'a.'' -'A
- Eleven of , the antos in the ; Hono
lulan will be '.forwarded ito: HUo as
they consisted of part, of the freight
left behind by: the steamer Enterprise
that cleared the. coast 'port some days
before ' the Honolulan. . , :
i Captain Benent reported a' fine trip
with the Inter-Island steamer Kilauea
in , sight for four days. ; The weather
conditions were extremely favorable
for deck sports and other" lines of
entertainment provided by Purser
Levey, and J,6e Farrell, Chief Steward
and Impresario df the Pacific . '
.Five hundred tons freight is to be
left at Kahulul.' Thirty nine passen
gers arrived in the liner, one to trans
fer, to the Canadian-Australian steam
er Marana, erfrpute' to ,the colonies,
and expected to sair for Sydney this
evening, '' "" t ' 'AvV : ' - . r. r
On the after deck of the. liner there
traveled 17i fine I horses, two blooded
The Collector of Internal Revenue
today received a letter from the Com
missioner ; of Internal t Revenue stat
lng among other things; 'the; follow-
Washington October; 22.1912.
;MC. A. ;CottrilI, Esq., ? A
'Collector Internal Revenue,' r ,;
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"Sir Your office was examined on
the 3d ultimo by? Revenue Agent W.
H. Collier, who reported as follows:
i"Ca8n, lists ; and; tamp " : accounts
were in' balaoceffTlf-Mi
"The -, bonds of ' the? office were .ex
amined and found prepared-In accord
ance with : instructions and properly
entered In Record 38." c ','.
; "The "general condition of this of
fice' is good The CoHectorl gives hi
entire i time and attention exclusively
to the discharge of. his: official duties.
Regular office hours are observed; by
the, working:; force," They seem "to be
energetic,' competent and ; loyal to the
bes( interest of the;aervice." ;
, '.'The" grade of your office Is fixed
at i No;r l" :y ?h&
i'v I y, r::Respectfully,;-K-;i.y
: ?v- V tSigned). R.' CABELL,
'. 1 . .r Commissioner.
r "The '(ginger-ale : board! : -certainly
has something before it- at the, next
session,' declared one '; shell-back In
commenting upon the glorious retroat
made by his Republican; shipmates;
The Honolulan i'oT- carries two wire
less, operators In addition to Purser
P. ,Ht Levey,1 who while a wireless
man will devote his.; entire time; In the.
. A fair sized crowd gathered! at The
deiiartureof the Interisland steantr
bullocks and a number ?of , crates ofv future to the duties of . the pursers I Mtuna -Kea for . Hilo and the way
chickens and' poultry.----: V. ' .'. o?ce;':;-;. " ' :r'"-.' ports(thi3 morning. , V y'-'f.
v ' Steaming Into the channel, and to
her- regular berth at the Mauna Kea.
wharf, the Inter-Island steamer Kilau
ea, six days, and fourteen hours from
San Francisco was' an early arrival
this morning. - - ' ' -. .-. . ; ". . t :
" Captain Nelson reported a line trip
down from the coast : port. The ln
ter-lsland men r who accompanied the
Kilauea on the round trip to the Call-;
fornla port state that the vessel la a
mighty . fine . sea boat ';-';,..:
; The Inter-Island steamer keep - in
sight of the Matson Navigation liner
Honolulan with a view of being . re
ported through wireless. . '
.'As both vessels neared Honolulu the
smaller steamer pulled away from the
Matson Navigation liner, and beat the
big rival by, several hours.. : : . :
f , The Kilauea ; had been - fitted ' with
several new 1 bottom plates which re
place ' those 1 damaged : through . a
grounding on the Kau f reef , some
months ago. The vessel returned
with a large quantity of fine builders
saitd consigned to the United States
'Naval Station contractors; Some
drums of oil was shipped as Veturn
cargo. ; The Kilauea; Is expected will
soon take up the run covered by the
Mauna Kea.' Jf :. ;. ' .-. .v -
The concert and dance for the bene
fit of the three orphans at Koolau, In
tended to be given at the K of P.
..Hall, November 9, Is postponed until
the :14th of December, and all thosa
who have purchased . tickets will find
Kthera good for the later date.. . ..v.'.
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