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EVKNINO BULLBTm. HONOLULU. T. It.. THURSDAY, OCT.
Recorded Oct. 10, 1MC.
;Roi Rodrlgues and hb et al to
nut friend of Henry Vtelra Sr; Lis
Pendens! In re annulment of deed in
B; 312, p 344. B 284, p 3C9. Dated
Oct 9, 1806.
' Fanny Btrauch Tr and hsh'to S N
Lukua; D; Int In Ap 6, R P 2317, Kul
SOU, Kallhl, Honolulu; $1 and exe
cutlon of mtE $300. B 28C, p 43. Da
ted May 12, 1905.
B N Lukua and wf to Fanny 91 ranch
M; Int In Ap G, R P 2317, Kul 0011,
Kallhl, Honolulu; 1300. B 281, p 402.
Dated May 12, 190G.
Fanny Htrauch to Franclsro Mar
quei; AM; mtg S N Lukua and wf
on Int In Ap 5, 11 P 2317, Kill 0011,
Kallhl, Honolulu; $300. B 281, P
403. Dated May 8, IMC.
Sarah K Matttoon et at by afft of
utgee to William R Castle Jr; Fore
Affdt; por Or 4333, Klhalanl, N llllo,
Hawaii. B 281, p 397. Dated Oct C,
Won Sing to We Cheng Co; B3;
1-5 Int In Yee Clibnc Co, Lahalna,
Maul; $1000. B 284, p 371. Dated
Oct 6, 190C.
Cbarleg K Sllllman Si ami wf to
Charles K Stlllman Jr; D; Int In R
P 3570, Kul 10997 and pc land. Ho
nolulu; $1, etc. B 28C, p 44. Dated
May 3. 1900.
Thomas Onokea and wf to C W
Spits; M; Kills 9CG7. 4578 and 100G9
and int in est of Nul (k). dec. Ka
kalae, etc, Makaweli, etc, Kauai; $1,
300. B 281, p 400. Dated Sept 21,
Recorded Oct 11, 1906.
Ylm Searock to Ylm Syak Yung;
BS; 1 share In Quon Tal Wal Co.
Kallua, Koolaupoko. Oaliu; $1, etc. B
214. p 372. Dated Oct 9. 1906.
Gear. 'Lansing & Co by trs to W (1
Rogers; D; lots 15 and 1C. blk 29.
Kalmukl tract, Honolulu: $950. B
286, p 49. Dated Aug 11,1906.
Ocar, Lansing & Co by trs to Wm
O Rogers; D; lot 5. blk 14. Kalmukl
tract, Honolulu; $550. B 28C, p CO.
Dated Oct 23, 1905.
Bishop t. Co to Maleka Nahalau ct
al: Ret: lots 34 and 35 of R P 5715
Kul 10605 King St tract; pors R P
17G9. Kill 939. Vineyard St. etc; all
Honolulu: $5200. B 281, p 401. Da
led Oct 11, 1906.
' Luclo Ferrelra nnd wf to Joso Qo-
Dies; D; lot 36 of Pat 4244, Kaapahu,
Hamakua. Hawaii; $1000. B 286, p
45. Dated Aug 14, 1906.
A F Tavares and wf to Joso V
Phillip; D; 1-4 Int In R P 1218, Pu
lehulkl. Kula. Maul; $250. 11 286.
p 47. Dated Oct 16, 1906.
John B Tavares und wf to Joseph
Naklhel: D: R P 7896, Pulehulkl. Ku
la, Maul; $70 B 286, p 48. Dated
Oct 4, 1906.
. Recorded Oct. 12, 1906.
'-. Helen C Smith to Mull Bldg and
Loan Socy of Hawaii Ltd: M; 25-lou
Acre: land, l.lllhn St, Honolulu; $1800.
B-2S1. p 404. Dated Oct 11, 1906.
Manuel Cabral and wf to Augusto
ili'CoBta; D; lots 1, 2, 3 and 4. blk 1A.
Kiulnl tract, Honolulu: $250. II
286, p 51. Dated Jan 3, 1906.
.Augusto da Costa and wf ct al to
William' R Castle tr: M; lots 1, 2. 3
and '4, blk 1A. Kalulaul tract, lot 20,
Kalfu; both Honolulu; $300. II 281,
p 406. Dated Oct 12, 1906
Est of Samuel C Allen by trs to
Maleka Nahalau et al; Hoi; por 11 P
1759, bldgs, etc, Vineyard St exln:
lots 34 and 35. bldgs, etc. King St
tract; all Honolulu; $4500. B 281, p
409. Dated Oct 12, 1906.
Recorded Oct 13, 1906.
John D S Uulennba and wf to Rich
ard 11 Trent tr; M; por Ap 1, R P
2101, Kul 794, bldgH, etc, Kuiiluwelu,
Honolulu: $200. B 281, p 410. Dated
Oct 11, 1906.
Sablna K Hutchison and huh (W
K) to Isaac Testa; D; Int 111 5 43-100
acres land, Kallhl. Honolulu; $225. II
286. p 53. Dated Aug 31, 1906.
J M De Gouvea Jr and wf to (Initio
de Soma; M; 11675 Bq ft lunil. Pleas
ant St, llllo; $200. B 285, p 393. Dat
ed Sept 29. 1906.
Harriet F Coan Est of by uxor to
Emma A McOuIre and hsb; iM: por
Kul 3435. Walehu. Maul: $250. II 285,
p 395. Dated Oct' 10, 1906.
Recorded Oct. 15, 1906.
P Mulilcndorf tr to J K Kamanoiilu;
D; lots 12 and 13. blk I. Kaplolanl
Park Adtu, Honolulu: $104. 1) 286, p
58. Dated May 21, 1898.
John K Kamanoulu and wf to liar-ryoWahle-lk);
D; lots 12, and 13, blk
I, Kaplolanl. Park Adln, Honolulu; $1,
etc. B 286, p 59. Dated June 3. 1901.
II Wahle to Jlatlle Kamanoulu: D:
lots 12 and 13, blk I, Kaplolanl Park
Adtn,Honolulii:$1. etc. B 28C, p 60.
Dated June 10. 1901.
irOeorge-H Plltz and wf to Mutl Bldg
Loan Socy of Hawaii Ltd; M; lots
C and 8, blk 39, Kalmukl tract, Hono
lulu; $1000. B 281, p 412. Dated Oct
i William II Rice and wf to Charles
WBooth; D; Aps 1 und 2, R P 5619.
Kul 1804, Pauoa, Honolulu; $200. 11
M6, p 61. Dated Aug 21, 1899.
C0ST1 IS NOLLE PIOSStD
The two counts against Kranti Costu,
iteward on thu transport liuford In
the Federal Court for lU-allng linen
from the army ship, were uolle pressed
thls,mornlng by U. S. District Attor
ney Breckons. Costa turned govern
ment witness yesterday In I ho cumi
against P. Murcelto but his testimony
did not seem to bo strong unoimh to
convict, as the Jury turned Muivcllo
looso, rinding hi in not guilty.
As each had uccusi-d the other ol
stealing ulid thu cuso uguluxt Costa was
no stronger thuu thut which hud fill Ion
ugulnsl his fellow employee It wun
thought best to drop the mutter. Neith
er will reuiulii on the liuford, however
utter the (rouble
The Hoard of HupcrvUoiH will hohl
11 meeting loiuoriow ('truing ut 7:30
ftjjfjrFor Rnt" cards on ! al
tht lulHtln afflsa,
mum has no
The "old lame native with I1IIeo.iI
whiskers," as the Advertiser reaped
tully refers to the old man Is
a resident of Mollllll, and Ire stated yej.
trrday In hi; cpecch at the comer of
King and Bethel streets that lauken
came to him out there nml niked hltn
what his chances were In Mollllll
"You mlcht ns well go back home," re
plied the old man "You will not Kit
any votes out lietc. They are all tor
(leorge Turner Deacon, who died yia
tcrday morning of llrlght's disease
was known as one of the best englneeis
In the Islands. For the past six jr-ars
ho has been chief engineer of the Wnl
alua Agricultural Company's sugar
Mr. Deacon, who was 65 years old al
tho time of his death, llrst came to llu
wall 25 years ago. For IS years lie
worked under Mr. Gooduln, now man
oger of the Walalua plantation. He
was a bl other of Mrs. C. O. Kennedy
of llllo and of Henry Deacon, who wus
n member of the Reform l-eglslalure
The deceased was bornnt the "Cell
ars." In Dutchess County, New Ynit;
He was a soldier In the. Union army
during the Rebellion, being a lergiMiit
In the 128th New York Volunteers, and
senlng throughout the wnr. lie was a
member of the (1. A. R.
The funeral was held al 3 o'clock
this nfteruoon, from Masonic Templu
under the nusplces of Hawaiian Lodge
F. & A. M., Mr. Deacon being a mem
ber of Kllauea lnlgu nt llllo.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Promotion Committee will uicel
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, iih usual
Geo. Gardner was fined the customary
$3 aud costs this morning for iicqulrlnn
Joo C'orrea was arrested today for
truancy. Judge Whitney will attend til
The Anti-Saloon League will hold a
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. this utter
noon at 2 o'clock.
During Urn nbsencn of Jas. 11. Agas
sis from the Territory E. A. Mott-Hmith
Is authorised to act fur Cotton 1)1 on.
The $1700 automobile offered for sale
at unction by J. F. Morgan this morn
lug was not disposed of, no bid beluij
Albert K. fl. Lyman, one of Hawaii k
West Point candidates, Is repurted to
be ranking number 11 in his clusae o(
Public lauds known ns the Lualunlel
Limestone lot will be gold ut auction
Saturday November 21th ut 12 o'clock
noon at front entrance to Judiciary
Kalkiina, nccueed of having hud In
tcivuumi with u girl under It yearn of
use. was urrulgiiHl befom Judge Whit
ney this morning, lie wuu committed
to Hie Circuit Court under $2.'0 bull.
A libel for dlvorco wus filed this
morning by E. Henrietta .Mitchell vs.
John P. Mitchell. The Hide shows that
the couple were married In this city on
Not ember 15, 1895, and thut there ure
lour children us the lesult of thu
union. Tho divorce Is asked on grounds
of desertion, the plaintiff alleging that
i.he was deserted by her husband In
1902 and has received no support from
BIG MEETING SUNDAY
We ore hearing u lot of political tall.
there days. Thut is proper. A lot ot
men will turn out to a political meat
lug becnubf they expect to hear some
tiling good. Men who like to hear u
good tulle will not be dluuppoluted it
they turn out to hear Mr. CI. 1). Edwurds
speuk ut thu Y. M, C. A. hall Sunday
afternoon ut 4 o'clock. Mr. Chester
Livingston will slug. It will be the.
most attractive men's meeting held
heiu In u long time.
D. B. Weather Bureau,
- Local Office.
Temperatures 6 a, in., 78: 8 u, in., SO;
JO u. in., 80; noon, 82; morning mini
lluiometer, 8 a. in., 20,00; absolute
humidity, S a, in., 5.576 giulim put cubic
font; lelulitn humidity, b n. m, 51 (ei
rent; dmv point, 8 u. HI., 60.
Wind 6 u. in., velocity II, illicctlun
i:,; 8 n. m., H'lutily 10, dlnctloii li.;
Ill it. iii velocity It, dltectiiiu E.; noun,
Wlnclty , dllmtluil N. E.
Ruliifull during '.'I Iiuuih ended X u
Toiul wind iiiotKiiient Outing 21
Iioiiiu enilul III noon. 2U2 iiiIIim
WM. II, BTOUICMAN,
Hectlou lllieilor. Uliltui) HUles
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Nervous cr
Sick Headache, Poor AppeMte, Cos-
tiveness or General Weakness
needs the Ultterc to make her well
again. It has cured thousuuds In
the past 50 years. In cases of In'
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try r bottle.
In Fancy Boxes
If you like a pretty tint
In your correspondence
stationery you can get It
here this week.
FINE NEW LINE OF WHITIN'S
LINEN FINISH WRITING PAPERS
with envelopes to match
in fancy boxes.
ALL THE MOST POPULAR SHADES
AND MOST CORRECT SIZES.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANOEH YOUNQ BLDO.
It's your turn to go to Ha
lelwa this week, why not
make up your mind to
spend next Sunday
there and learn something
of the place, and the at
tractions? St. Clair Bidgood,
We can be found at all hours of tha
day at our office and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phont
1120 FORT ST.
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
Is like an excellent peach in liquid
form. Ask for it. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORK8,
Has a choice collection of Baby
Clothes, Pleasant Icland Mats, contain
ing human nalr; also takes orders for
typewriting at TEN CENTS A PAGE.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANOINQ ANP
1 335 Nuu a nu St.. below Honolulu Hou.
OIL NOT YET LANDED
The Hlt-umer LaiisluK. of tin. Union
Oil loiiipmiy. hits not been ullowi-d tol
luud her i'miko by tho di'p.iitmuiit t
1'llhllc Woil.s IIH jet und from the
piisilit liidicilloui will not h. nltiiHisl
to The di'iuiliiii'iil Is KlvliiB thu oil
I l'l.ry rlnuici. to pmvn tluii Hudr
nil u ot ii aiiini'iiuiiiv hiKii ui to iw
luudeil IImuii .luiiKiir nml nun Ms1
Uiu hvlntl iiiiiuV lodiiy
UUI.LCTIN Va, PAY
I have been regularly nominated by
' the Republican County Convention for
the office of
and I request the suppoit of the elect
iOra of the District.
) 3493 tr JOHN HUGHES.
DEPUTY SHERirr, DISTRICT OF,
llnvlng hecn roculatly nominated by
Hie Republican Couuty Convention for
. the office of
I DEPUTY 8HERIFF, DISTRICT
I I hereby solicit the votes of the Elect
1 orn of the District.
,3497-tf HENRY C. VIDA.
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY OF
Having been regularly nominated
thy the Republican County Couveu-
I Hon for the office of
' COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY
, OF OAHU,
' I hereby solicit tho votes of thu Elect
! ora of tho Couuty.
JOHN W. CATHCART.
I have been regular nominated by
tho Republican County Convention for
the office of
and I request the support of the elect
ors of thu District.
3496 tf W. T. RAWLINS.
I have been regularly nominated by
the Republican County Convention fur
'be oflice of
and In this manner ask for tho votes
of thu Electors of thu District.
E. A. LONO.
I have been regularly nominated by
Ihu Republican Couaty Convention for
(he otflco of
and I request the support of tho elect
ors of the District.
31ltf ' A. I). CA8JUO.
I have been regularly nominated by
the Republican County Convention for
thu attire of
COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY
and 1 hereby soiled tho votes of the
Electors of tJu County.
I bavo been regularly nominated
by tho Republican County Convention
for tho ottlce ot
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
and horoby solicit the votea of tho
Electors of tho County.
DAVID KALAUOKALANI, JR.
SUPERVICOR, COUNTY OF OAHU
I have been regularly nouilualvd for
the office uf
8UPERVISOR, COUNTY OF
by the Republican County Convention,
und I hereby solicit tho votes ot the
Electors of tho Couuty.
CIIAH. HUBTACE, JR.
8UPERVI80R, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I huve been reKularly nominated by
the Hepubllcuu County Couveutlon for
tho ottlce of
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF
and solicit thu otos ot the Electors
ot the County.
A. V. OEAR.
8ENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I liavo been regularly iiomlnuted by
the Hepubllcuu Comity Convention for i
thu ottlce of !
8ENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU, I
and I heinby roloclt the votes ot llici
Ulictors of th-i County. I
C. K. CII1LMNOWORTH.
SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I have been regultrly nominated
by tha Hepubllcuu Couuty Convention
lur iiiu uuico 01
8HERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU
and I hereby solicit thu votes of the
ICluclora of thti County.
A. M. DROWN.
8ENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU,
, lllV4, ,,, Uxtiy nominated by
,he jiopntllcun County Coiiventlon for
tlll) ()1r of
SENATOR. COUNTV OF OAHU.
, I i.ll.i1y MilUlt'lbo votes of the
uiuctois or Ihu County. I
.,..0, Rtnf cards on salt (ill
the Uiillelln oHIce.
jajr UULI.CTIN AI)B, PAY
1 having been regularly nominated
l-y the Democratic County Convention
lor the office of
rrnuoct the support of the (Hectors of
If EDWARD lNCIHAM.
UfjPlilY SIIF.HIIT, district
" " or i!otioi.ui.u,
Havlne been regularly nominated by
I1" Democratic County Convention tor '
the oflice of
(DEPUTY SHERIFF, DISTRICT Or
1 1 hereby solicit the votes of the elect
,ors of the County.
2497-tf WM. P. JARRETT.
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY Or
' Having been regularly nominated
by the Democratic County Comeu
tlon for the orlke of
COUNTY ATTORNEY. COUNTY
I hereby tollclt the otes of the Elect
ors of the County.
W. W. THAYER.
I hate been regularly nominated by
the Democratic County Contention for ,
.:... .... ........
wun 1 1 Auuiiun, wumr
and I hereby solicit the votei of the
Electors of thu Couuty.
CIIAH. 1L ROSE.
Having been regulaily nominated
by Ithe Democratic County Conten
tion for the ofitce of
I hereby sulorlt the totes ot the Elect
or u of the County.
c .i McCarthy.
1. ' i r. 'ir'y llo.nln.ited
i' e i n n!e l' unity Couveu
th i nr t.e i. !lie of
COUNTY CLERIC. COUNTY OF
I hereby solicit thu totes of the Elect
ors of the County.
MANI.EY (1 K. HOPKINS.
CARD OF THANKS
Chock Chung, a Chinaman who has
been working for P. C. Joueii fur thlr-ly-oiie
year.), tukes this means of
thanking Mr. Jones for Ills kliidnctis
to him. He In tvry slek nml, wIhIiIuk
to go hark to Chlnn, Mr. Jones made
him it present of $500. 3520 3t
di ANT&TirtNR cami.
LIES. SHIPPERS AND STORE -
uomraci worn none in ramung p..- v.n,. . ui,i,i. n
Ships , Wall Papering. Oar. '""XZffi&f
den no. S dewalka. Houses built and
Stone Fence Supplied.
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
I PHONE WHITE 2576,
RIVCH STREET near HOTEL.
' J. M. Davis
8CWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
12EC FORT ST. near BFRETANIA.
8ewlng machines for sale.
A machln eltantd and put In or
DURABLE AND ATTRACTIVE.
For Salt Mad In Mission Style
FONG INN CO.
( 1132 NUUANU ST.
p. o. box sat
K. FUJITA & CO.
FANCY BAMBOO ARTICLES MADE
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI
G ,. x;vrm
a" r' VVCDd
GUN AND LOCKSMITH
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
' 8afea Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg -
... c-....l ft...L.I. I .....
laljirs anrl Rjulnn Marhln.a 1 auun ,
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired ,
REMOVED TO UNION STREET. '
Gold Mounted BackCombs
J. A. R. Vieira&Co.
IIS HOTEL 6TRGT nr, FORT ST
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
-i-Ltz-ke i imiau
1 rIU LirslJbAY
WMkly llullttm Ml per yr,
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tht itsamira of this lint will irrlvt nJ laavs this port aa htrtundart
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO:
VENTURA OCT. 31
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
SIL'ltllA NOV. 21
ALAMEDA NOV. 30
l SONOMA PEC. 12
'ALAMEDA DEC 21
In connsctlon with the sailing of th above tttamtrt, the agtntt art ar
partd to Issue to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by any rail.
roau from san Francisco to an points
York by any tt.amshlp lint to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY tO
Wm G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8, CO, OENERAL AQENT1.
Pacific Mai) Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
BUamara of ths above companlta will call at Honolulu and l.ave this
port on or about tha dates btlow mtntloncd:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA!
AMERICA MARU DEC. 7
8IUERIA DEC. 14
Call at Manila.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H, Hackfeld & Co., Ltd, w 1
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO.
Dinct Servict between New York end Hawaiian Islands, Via Puilo
Prom INw York: to Honolulu
8.8.-CALIFORNIAN" .. to sail OCT. 20
3.S. "ALASKAN" to sail NOV. 10
Freight received at all times at the Cotopany'a Wharf, 41at
6tret, South Brooklyn.
Prom Son Rranolatco rTI'o Honolulu
98.-NEVAOAN" .T. to sail OCT. 31
t.8."NEHRA8KAN" t0 sail NOV. 10
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Qrtanwloh 8L,
and aach month thtreafttr.
Prom Honolulu to 8an Frnnelaoo
8.8. "NKBRASKAN" to sail OCT. 24
b.8. "NEVADAN" to Mil NOV. II
Prom '4eattla and Tncoma to Honolulu
VIA SAN FRANCI8CO.
8.8. "NEVADAN via San Francis to aall OCT. 23
B.S. "ARIZONAN" direct to aall NOV. IS,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C. P. MORSE, l-l. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
GENERAL FREIGHT AQENT. AOCNT8, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steimt r of tha above lint, runnlno In connection with tha CANADIAN.
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydnav. N. 8. W-
!nd culling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the
i MOANA NOV. 17
.MHIWKIIA IlliC 16
AURANHI JAN. 12 MOANA IAN. 8
Through Ticket lisuad from Honolulu to Canada, Unlttd States tint Kit
rope, For Freight and Paiaage and all general ftiformatJon, apply to
Then. B. Dm ies & U Hi. fleienil initi.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vic President; J. L. McLtait,
Sccrctar; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Ccdge, Auditor; Frank Huota,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYiUEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
AL80 WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
For Walunao, Walalua, Knhiiku and
Way Slutloiib 9:1& a. in.. '3.:'0 p. ui.
I Kor 1'euil City, Kwa Milt and Wuy
Utatlous f7:ao u. in., t:15 a. 111.,
' M1:0G u, m.. 2:1S p. in.. M;20 p. in.,
. &:1S p. m., tt:3u p. ui., fli;oo p. in.
For Wahluwu IG u. ui. uud CMC
Arrive Honolulu from Kntiulcu. Wal-
.aluu uud Wuluni.3 tf :3U u. lu., 5;31
Arrive In Honolulu from Kwa Mill
, und 1'curl City 17:40 a. ui., 8:30 a.
in., 10: as 11. m., 1MU p. m., l;31 p.
III., G:3t p, ui 7:'J p. iii.
Airlvo Honolulu from Wuhluwa
!oU u, in. uud "5:31 p. in
t Kx. Hunday.
J Uiiuduy Only.
The llalclwu l.tiiiileil, u tunhtmr
trulu (only UraUcUtH tickets houou-d),
ioivds imnoiiini every nutiuity ui t.a
u. m.j rvtuiuliiK. airlvvs In Honolulu
ut 10s JO p. in, Tim Limited stops only
nt Pcurl city mid Wuluimc
(I, IMlliNIUON, 1' (J. HMITII,
Hupl. II, I', a T, A,
J Fn Job I'flnllnu il III Bullalln,
FOR 8AN FRANCISCOi
SIERRA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 14
SONOMA NOV. 20
ALAMEDA DEC. 5
VENTURA DEC. 11
ALAMEDA DEC. 26
in tno united states, and from fiaw
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
OCt. 27'HONOHONO MARI1 OCT. 21
NOV. 16.KOREA NOV. 2
AMERICA MARU NOV. 12
HIUERIA NOV. 20
CHINA NOV. 27
NIPPON MARU DEC. 11
and Suva, FIJI, and Brltbant, ar
datea btlow stated, viz.:
From Sydnty and Brlabana.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.)
MIOWKRA NOV. 14
AOIIANtll DKC. 12
and Steam Coal.
TELEPHONE MAIN I
KAPUNA, HONOIPU, KAILUA M4
From Sorenson'a Wharf.
Apoly on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLA8TINQ CO, AgL
Telephone Main 3S6, Maunakaa 8t- b
low King. P. O. Box 80. .
Heaoquarttra for Automnbllta with
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