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BVENINO. BVTLLttTiN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, SEPT. 21, 1008.
Lcalil Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Chapter Past Master
and Most excellent Master.
Hawaiian Consistory Special.
Pacific Third Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting tnetiilicn of the
Order nro cordlallv inWtod to
nttond meetings m lol lodges
HARMONY lODQr. No 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mttts ovor Manddy evening nt
7:30 In 1. O. O 1". Hill, 1'ort Street.
V it HENDRY, Secretary.
DKN. I". VICKERS, N. Q.
All Msltlns l)i others very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meats etery 2d find 4th Tuesday
( earn month at 7.30 p. m. at K. P.
llnll, comr l'ort and Berctanla Sts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome,
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON, K. of. K. & B.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets evory first and third Fri
day cvonlng at 7:30 In K,ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordlnlly Invited to attend.
A. a. DEERINQ, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.H.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 016, B. P. O.
E., will inset In their hall on Klcc
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. l)y ordor of tho E. R.:
HENRY O. DASTON,
WM. H. MclNERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
ccnlug ut 7:30 o'clock in K. of P,
Hall. tor. Foi t tinil Hcrctauln. Visit
ing brothels cordially Invited to at
tend. YV. I,. FRAZEE, C.C..
E. A. JACOItSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY canlnss of each month at
7t80 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucret.inla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nre Invited to at
tend. W. I,. FRAZED, W., Prcst.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. H.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghta of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. D. AKLEIGir, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants,
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd,
F; 8. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing. En
larging ana Interior Photo
graphing. KOXBL ST. bet, Hauanu & Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FBBNCH
237 Berctanla St. Phone 1401.
ja-"For Rent" cards on sale at
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T T use tooling
with a wood stove
with fuel at the
high price when
you can burn gas
at half the cost and
get better results in
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND.
Fresh Family Milch Cows.
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater,
Come up and have some fun.
Choice TERNS, ROSES and
THE FLOIIEW.'HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEW0R7H and QB0ID, Tobacoos
The only two good ssaoUng
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL iND GENERAL
No. careful housewife lets things
ri to waste she met a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. and sells them.
Thurlow s for a lunoh or dinner.
Kent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stole.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co for
up to-date repairs.
All kinds of beer, wine and mixed
drinks nro served In the best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us a try.
A word to tho wise Is sufficient Jim
qutnn's seven-soated Peerloss, 101
trips around the Island with a perfect
score. Phono 200.
Jack Kalnklcla nnd his force of de
tectives made a fine haul of gamblers
last Saturday night anil yesterday
One hunch was cniiRht nt the Walks
halulu falls, where a flsh net wait em
ployed to hend off tho rush with giout
NEWELL'S PUN FOR
WORK IN HAWAII
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. IS.
Frederick Hacs Nowoll, director ol
the United States Reclamation Serv
ice, civil nnd hydraulic engineer, nnd
grnduatc of thn Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology, nrrlvcd In San
Frnnclsco yesterday on his way to
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1 ktlllLIO, I1.U IB UlVIJlUl'tllllCU UJ iMIDt
Newell and by( C. J. Illanchard. Ho
will depart for the Islands today on
tho transport Crook.
Ills mission to the Islands Is to ex
amine the prospects of bringing Irri
gation to the dry sides of the islands
nnd using Hint section for future
h,omcbCckers who will live on small
holdings. All tho large tracts on tho
wet sldo of tho islands nre occupied
by Biigar plantations owned in big
Director Newell Is the author of
four books on Irrigation and kindred
subjects: he Is secretary of tho Na
tional Geographical Society, a mem
ber of tho American Forestry Asso
ciation nnd of the American Society
of Civil Engineers nnd of tho Insti
tute of Mining Engineers.
He says that reclamation work has
now progressed to n point where It
Is beginning to yield n profit In cer
tain sections. Upward of $50,000,
000 has been expended by tho Govern
ment on twenty-six different Irriga
tion projects. One million two hun
dred nnd fifty thousand acres havo
Director Newell and Resident En
gineer Illanchard woro entertained
at n luncheon nt the Bohemian Club
yesterday by Rufus P. Jennings of
the California Promotion Committee
nnd several men of largo interests In
tho Stato wcro also present.
temperatures 1 a. m., ,,.. : ,i. m.,
79; 10 i. in., S0 noon, &1; morning
Ilarninetcr, 8 a. in., 29.09: absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 6.3G1 grnlnr, for
cubic foot; relntho humidlt. 3 a. m .
CO per cent: clow point, u ir. . il.
Wind C a. m c!o ity 6, dliectlon
K : 8 u, m., velocity t. tlllrt!iu N. K.J
10n. m., velocity !, dliectlon N. 1?.;
noon, velocity 10, i,ir.::vl'.i: N E.
Rainfall during 21 .: )iv , led S n.
in., .no Inch,
Total wind niovt-r.ti'T. during 21
hours ended nt noon 21. miles.
Por P. M. 8. 8. Korea, from Orient
ports, Sept. 20, For Honolulu: Miss
E. A. Fi'eney, Mrs. Lung See. Mason
Mitchell, Young Look Ham. Through:
Miss M. Aldrldgc. Miss E. Blniivclt, R.
II. T. Rosman and servant, Mrs. Mar
garet Bosnian nnd maid, Mrs. Clara
Bosnian nnd maid, Miss Victoria Bos
man, Master Edward Bosnian, A. Cam
duff, Chin Wei Shlng, Chow Ylck
Chin, Chung Chan Tung, Mrs. J. L.
Wearing, Mnstcr II. 11. Bearing, Mas
ter B. A. Bearing, G, J. Fcaslcr, Miss
Stolla Fisher, V. J. Fletcher. Fong
Fong, Fong Yau, John Fox, Jr., Mrs.
John Fox. Jr., Fun Sing Hlng. Mrs. C.
L. Hnrtshorn, Hon. Ho Kwnn Pul, Miss
Sybil Howard, Prescott Huldckopcr,
John W. Hunter, Miss M. Irwin, Miss
Emily Jcnsch, E. M. Jewell, Jin Young,
Leo Ktim, Mrs. Leo Slice. Mrs. Lon
8am, Mrs. Liu Wing Bow, Miss J.
Loomls, J. Murray Marshall, Mrs. J,
Murray Marshall, Hon. Henry B. Mil
ler, J. P. Oglovec, Mrs. J. L. Oglevee,
Mrs. It. B. Parker, Mrs. S. V. Parks,
A. W. Pontius. Mrs. O. A. Poole,
Maurice Russell, Miss M Russell, Miss
L. Hussell, M. Stalin, Tarn Yin On
Mrs. Charlos II. Thnfn, Tsai Kno
Tbbo, Tso Ynn Sing. Wing Ylck Sing,
Won Yen, J. L. Woods, Miss M. C.
Young, C. B. 8totson.
Per stmr. Miknhala, from Molokal
and Maul ports, Sept. 20, P. Smith,
8. M. Kanaknuul, J. I. Cooke, C. U.
Rhode. Mr. Nlshido. K. Mlyol, K. 8aye
gusa, F. W. Pease. W. Wegener. C! M,
Cooke, G, Nnkookoo, Miss Hnrtwell,
.Ins. Munro. M. Akana, Rev, M. 8. Nn
kulnn, Itov, II. P. Jiuld, G A. Hartwell,
Sister Helena, and C deck. .
Pep stmr. Noenu. from Kukulliaele,
Sept. 20. Mr. Androws, and 18 deck.
Per stmr. Maul, from Laupahoehoe,
Sept. 20. A. Lewis. , t
A Most Excellent .Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE P25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
FORAKER IS FLOORED
CINCINNATI. Ohio, Sept. 20. Senator Kornkcr has canceled his
campaign dates its tho result of the exposures concerning tho receipt by
him of Standard Oil Company checkB by W, II. Hearst.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Sept. 19. Tho llcnrst-rornkcr sensation nb
sorbs public comment, linker's reply to Hearst is not deemed adequate.
The Ohio Senator Is not likely to bo called upon to speak In tho cam
OY8TER HAY, L. I., Sept. 20. President Roosevelt will return
Washington on Tuesday.
i w i m
BRYAN AND HILL CONFER
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 20.
Alton 11. Parker, the Democratic nominee for tho Presidency in 1001,
Hill and Mack being present nt the
SWEEP OF CHOLERA
MANILA, P. I., Sept. 20. The
cholera epidemic In this city Is
spreading. Today there were fifty finally Hint ho hnd committed sul
nlno new rnses of tho disease report- jeldo In some isolated part of tho Snn
id. and tho total deaths for tho day.tn Cruz mountains.
amounted to nineteen. The city
area nffectcd by tho outbreak Is
Tho trnnspoit Sheridan Is relented
from, quarantine nnd will sail short
ly for Honolulu nnd San Franclsefi.
ODESSA, Russia, Sept. 20. Twcn-
ty-nlne enses of cholera wcro report-
cd hero today. Six deaths In twenty-
Ifour hours from tho di8ca.se have oc
ST. PETERSHURO, -Russia, Sept.
20. The cholera situation In this
city Is the gravest slnro the outbreak
of 189.1. Today the number of new
rases reported to the authorities was
.19S, and thero wcro 191 deaths.
Tho schools thioughout the city
have been transformed into hospitals
to take care of the large number of
sick. It Is probable that martial law
will bo declared tomorrow In order
(lint tho situation may be better han
dled and the people forced to tnko
tho necessary precautions against
BALDWIN'S BALLOON FLIGHT
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Sept. 19. Tho
llaldwln dirigible balloon today made.
i successful flight of ten miles.
WORKMEN FOR PEACE
RERUN. Germany-, Sent. 20.
Twenty thousand people were In at
tendance today nt the meeting of
tho Anglo-German Worklngmcn'n
Pence Conference. Tho English del
egates were greeted enthusiastically
when they appeared at tho confer
POPE RECEIVES SAILORS
ROME, ltalyj Sept. 20. Popo
Plus today received in audience sev
enty of tho members of tho crows of
tho American battleships Alabama
and Maine, whom he presented with
FLEET MOVING NORTH
FREMANTLB, W. Aus Sept. 20.
Tho American Atlantic Fleet passed
this port today on Its way north.
MURDERER DUNHAM FOUND
SHERMAN, Tex., Sept. 19. Tho
suspect. Dunham, hns been Identi
fied. Ho Is wanted In San Joso for
murders In 189G.
Dunham killed a whole family near
San Joso In 1896 and set fire to their
house. No traro of him could bo
found, though for years several men,
supposed to ho Dunham, woro ur-
Ti.i mgnm i umiM
has its cause, If you frown, squint,
or narrow the eyes to see objects,
your oyes need a, good pair of glasses.
VJfjflT CHlsVslVSisssvSr iW'
W III "
Red Raspberries & Blackberries
' In Tins
These OREGON WILD BERRIES are carefull packed in tins to retain all their delioious
flavor. They make a delicious dessert, and are unequaled for pics and pastry.
J. M. Levy & Co.,
Ilrynn today had a conference with
(rested. Every peace nlurcr In the
I West was on the lookout for him nnd
descriptions of tho man were sent to
every civilized land. It was believed
PARIS, France, Sept. 20. Tho
postoftlco building and tho telephone
exchange wcro destroyed by flro to
day. The loss will amount to S5,-
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 19.
Orvllle Wright Is.steadily omprovlng.
NEW ENGLAND DROUGHT
1103TON. Mass., Sept. 20. Tho
drought now existing throughout
Now England ls being severely felt
by the farmers.
Per Stmr. Mauna Kea. ' Freeman.
from Illlo, Sept. 19. W. N. Van Win
kle, Miss H. Van Winkle. W. N. Bry
an, A. W. 'Church, Dr. J. A. Dawson,
Mrs. Dawson, jiiss Stcrrltt, Miss I
Mimroe, II. D. Wlshnrd, II. Brims, W.
Ah Hip, G. V. Jnklns, Mrs. Jnklns, Mrs.
Stono. Geo. Desha, 11. I.yman. 11.
Blown, J. ninl, J. Todd, J. Tevls, J.
Williams, S. Anakalca. A. Ollvclra,
Mrs. 1.. Turner, Thos. Cook, II. F. Wll
llniiibon, W. Williamson, Miss J.
Mncey, Master E. Nakulnn, Mrs. J. D.
Lewis. E. M. Campbell, II. B. Glffard,
.1. E. Rocha, Mrs. Rocha, mid child,
Master Rocha, II. Glnaca, J. A. Ken
nedy, Rev. A. S. Baker. F. P. Tlioma,
M. Aruda, Mrs. L. A. Williams, K. HI
ratsu, II. Lewis, J, a. Dasscl, II. Nl
shlmorl, J. Mclnecko, Mrs. Mclneckc,
Sam Parker, Mrs. S. Parker, Miss
Parker, Mm. G. Schmidt, A. Guerrero,
Miss C. Guerrero, Mrs. Guerrero and
child, Master P. Guerrero, Miss K.
Campbell. Mrs. Kukahlko. Master Ah
Tan Lo. Sing You. II. E. Henrlcks. II.
T. Ilnyscldcn, Mrs. Haysetdcn. Master
I). Hayseldcn. G. Kliniirn, R. Mum'
knml, Y. Tasaka, J. Yamanaka.
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolln, Morton, for
Yokohama, Sept. 21, S p. in. F. Ha
nlsch, Mrs, Brand and 2 daughters, A.
Potts nnd wife, A. Waterhouso and
wife. W. Balrd, Mrs. W. C. Colbitrn
and dnitghtur, II. E. Walker, Dr. and
Mrs. Win. Uycmura, Hon. F. II. Loomls
and secretary and wife, J, C. O'Lough
lln nnd wife. Wong Lung, J. Thcbaud,
II. Pedlcy, wlfo nnd three chit-
Per P. M. S. S. Korea for San Fran
cisco, Sept. 21. John Gait, Miss N. L.
Plimpton, Miss G. Plimpton, Geo. 11.
McClellan, Miss Nora Swanzy, Genrgo
R. Carter and wlfo, W. Wolters, L.
Schweitzer and wlfo, S. II. llemcnway,
wlfu nnd Infnnt, C. M. Lostcd, Mrs.
I.ovbted, Miss Allco Roth, Andrew
Adams. Miss Violet M. Atherton. E.
A. Bowser. Mrs. J. N. Grunt, Mrs.
Crouk, child und nurse, Miss T. Vun II.
Duper, Alexander Young, wlfo nnd
daughter, Mrs. K. Porter, Mrs. II. II.
Garrison. I). V. Gnrstln, II. II. Wil
liams, Wlnslow W. Chin chill, W. W.
vau.Wlnklo und daughter, Mrs. Anna
Hldcy and son, Mr. Dleau, Mrs. F. E.
Fcrnald, Geo. Fcrnald. Miss Green,
Miss Eaton, R. Smith, ' Clinton II.
Rrlggs, Dr. Elliott, Miss Elliott. Mis.
Dudley, II. M. Coke, and wire, Wallace
Cokd, Miss Ella Mclncrny, K. Iwa
kaml, N. Marques. Horaco Johnson,
E. R. Swift, Mrs. Wilson. M. L. Tower,
Cnpt. Nichols, Mrs. Albert J. Lyon,
John Roraanls, Miss Allen, A. I-clpslc.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Benny ft Co., Ltd,
agents. 1266 Fort St. Phone 488.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, September 19.
LAMBERT'S POINT- Sailed Sept. 13.
Dr. S. 8. Katnna, for Honolulu.
THE PACIFIC MAIL Btcamcr Mon
polln. Captain Morton, arrived this
morning from San Frnnclsco, n llttlo
lato, bringing 32,1 bags of mall for this
place, and nhniit 130 tons of cargo.
Though sho bus a very good sized
ciowd aboard, asho had n quiet trip
down, with smooth weather, nnd few
events on hoard. Ono Japanese died
of cancer. Sho goes on Jicr trp at 5
o'clock this nftcrnoon. Among her
passengers were Admiral llollydny,,
U. 8. N and Messrs. Skiff nnd Now
combo of tho commission to Japan In
connection with thu exposition of
WITH THREE Ameilcan consuls
aboard, on route to the Const, thu Pa'
clllc Mall liner Korea camo Into port
yesterday afternoon from Yokohama.
She sailed this morning for San Fran
cisco, going out of tho harbor nt 8
o'clock, and passing tho Mongolia,
bound In from San Frnnclsco, oft the
heads. Sho hnd n number of Interest
ing passengers besides.
THE W. O. HALL, In yesterday from
Knnal, brought no sugar, only n loco
motive boiler, 30 cases of pineapples
and sundries. Purser Chancy reports
plenty of rain on Knnal, and rough
weather crossing tho channel home
ward bound on Satuidny night. Tho
llnll sighted tho schooner Ka Mol Sat
urday night heading for Koloa.
PAYMASTER BROOKE, II. S. N..
formerly nttnehed to tho Honolulu
Nnvnl Station, nnd who left hero with
tho Atlantic fleet ns commissary or
fleer aboard tho battleship Kansas,
was transferred nt Sydney to tho flag
ship Connecticut as pay officer.
THE COLLIER Saturn Is still ly
lne at tho Alnkca street wharf, loaded
with coal, awaiting orders. Her sister
ship, tho Justin, urrhed nt San Fran
THE FOLLOWING SUGAR Is re
ported on Knual nwnltlng shipment:
K. S. M.. 1530 bags; V. K.. 330; ,M. A.
K., 15.030; O. It., 37:19.
HONOKAA HAS finished shipping
sugar this season, tho Noenu having
brought In the last of tho crop.
THE MIKAHALA'S freight fiom
Molokal Included 3S hogs, 101 cases
THE STEAMER MAUI brought
head of cuttlo yesteiday from Kawnl
lino. THE NI1IIAU broughfabout GO head
of cattle and 15 calves from Kawal-
THE N1II1AU brought from Hawaii
2809 bags of II. S. Co. sugar.
WITS BEAT Mi
Tho (Hants beat tho Y. P. A. C. In
a ten-Inning game plned nt Atkln
sou Pnrk yesterday afternoon by tho
close score of I lo :'.. This gamo was
plajcd soon aRer tko Bulletin and
Castro game, which was won by tho
Tho Giants llnod up ns follows:
Zimo, ss; Rawlins, rf; T. Kail!, 3b;
Llllkaluni, lb; J. Johnson, cf: C.
Souza, c; W. Kalll, If; Ah Tnl, 2b;
Ping Kong, p.
Tho Giants hao won live games
out of six played since they wcro
organized by Gomes, the Spanish In
terpreter, und nbly assisted by Ed.
Parker, tho champion conch of Ku
kaako. GET INEXT
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havflti t ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
Kinar w Alanai
King St, near Bethel.
Saturday, September 19.
Stmr. James Mnkcc, fiom Waluia
nalo, 11:30 p. m.
Sunday, September 20.
P. M. S. S. Korea, rrom Orient portsAi
S p. in. i .,"" '
Stmr. W. O. Hall, from Knual iort,
Stmr. Mlkabaln, from Moloknl ports,
Bttnr. Maul, fiom Hawaii ports, 3:20
Stmr. Nocau, from Hawaii vorts,
5:30 u. m.
Monday, September 21.
P. M. 8. 8. Mongolia, Morton, from
San Francisco, 10 u. in.
i t J"?
Mnnrtnv. Rpiitoinhor 21
P. M. S. S. Korea, for San Fr.m
elsco, 7:30 n. in.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia. Morton, for Yo
kohama, 5 p. in.
Per P. M. S. 8. Mongolia, Morton,
from Snn Francisco, Sept. 21. For
Honolulu: H. E. Adams. M. Beaic
doln, F. Bcnudoln, Mrs. C. 8. Bcrtcl
inanii, Miss A. Bcver, Frnnk II. Brown,
Mr. A. W. Carter, Mrs. A. W. carter,
Miss C. II. Clirlstmnn, Miss F. M. Belt
rich. J. F. Dillon, Mrs. J. F. Dillon,
Rev. Ne.il Dodd, Mrs. A. M. Dodil. Miss
Ada Dodd, J. P. Edwards, Mrs. J. P.
Edwards, Merlon 8. Einmans, Flojd .
II. Emiunns, Mrs. Luella R. Emmnns,
Jus. F. Fenwlck, II. Focko. Mil.. II.
Fccke, Mrs. Frledly. Mrs. K. II. Mill
brook, Mrs. Mary E. Green. Win. C.
Hare. Miss Anna L. Hill. Rohcit Hind,
Mrs. Robert Hind. R. C. Hol.lay, U.
8. N.. Mrs. It. C. llollydny, Miss K. M.
Hopper, Mrs. A. Jaeger, Miss I. Jneg
er, J. P. Johnston, Miss llarrlctto Lay,
J. 8. Low, Mrs. J. S. Low, Miss Madgo
McCandlcsB, D. Morrison. Mrs. L. J.
Moses, Miss Sadlo L. Nicholson, Mrs.
F. W. I'cnso, Mis. J. M. Potty nnd In
fnnt, Mnstcr James Petty. C. C. Porter.
Rov. Father Powell, L. F. Prior, Mrs.
L. F. Prior, Mrs. J. Schwartz, Miss
Henrietta Schwartz, Miss Josephlna
Schwnrtz. Mrs. H. B. Trcthoway, Joo
Trotter, F. L. Wnldran, L. J. Wnrrcn.
For Yokohama: D. R. Aldrldgc, Mrs.
D. R. Aldrldgc, John M. CUrk. Mrs.
John M. Clark. Miss Alice E. Collin.
Miss E. II. Corell, Mrs. A. Crawford,
Mrs. L S. F. Dodd, J. W. Fo.bes, Mrs.
J. O. Gibson. S. Ooldschmldt. Mrs S.
Goldschmldt, Louis Goldschmidt, Miss
N. V. Gtose. Dr. T. Knlo, Mrs. T. Kalu,
Dr. C. F. McCall, Mrs. C. F. McCall.
Wm. A Newcombc, F A. Shattuck, F.
J. Skiff. Mrs. F. J. Skiff. II. P. Smart,
K. Utsuinl, Jns. Vlles, Mrs. .lis. VIIcs
nnd maid. Miss HeletrVllc-s. Miss C.
Warnock, Miss M. Lillian Warnock.
Miles Wcller, Mrs. Miles Wellor and
child. For Kobo: Miss Kate Cooper,
Rov. I. H. Evans, Dr. J. McF. Gaston.
Mrs. .1. McF. Gaston. Rov. Wm. C.
Kerr. Miss Frances Johnstone, Dr. H.
Lniilng, Miss Mary E. Lanlng. Rev. R.
G. Mills, Mrs. . O. Mills, Rev. Ralph
O. Reiner, Mrs. Ralph O. Reiner. For
Nagasaki: Rev. C. L. Brown, .Mrs. C:
L. Brown. Master Alfred Brown, Mns-
ler Marshall Brown. Rov. l'risny u.
ramlth. For Shanghai: Fred Cliur,
Rov. Charles H. Corhelt. Mrs. cnnrio.)
II. Corbet t nnd Infant, Dr. Max J. Ex
nor, Mrs. Max J. Kxner Mnstcr Donald
Exncr. Mlfs Alma Favors. C. W. Har
vey. Mrs. C. W. Hnrvoy. Master Fran
cis E. Harvey, Muster Paul L. Harvey.
E. Clinton Jnnscn. Miss Margaret
King, Miss V. J. Lea, Dr. Z. F. Loftls.
Miss Emma Lon. Mlsi M. G. MncOow
nn, A. McLeod, Mrs. A. McLeod. Rev.
Geo. 8 .Miner. Mrs. Geo. S. Miner,
Rov. Lucius C. Potter. Mrs. Lucius C.
Parter. Mils Kvn Rnw, John F.
Schiirch. Miss Kato Hmnllwood. Win.
A. Strchler, Miss .lull M. Wnssou.
Miss Phebo C. Wells, Miss R. E. Wil
son, Mrs. D. L. Wong and Infant. For
Hongkong: Mrs. V. N. AloxnnJor.
Miss Abblo Allen, Rev. Murray Bart- .
lett, Mrs. Murray Bartlctt, Infant and
servant, W. B. Beard. Joseph Blnck,
Mrs. Joseph Black, Rov. Harry P.
Boot, Miss Helen M. Hollos, Mrs. Thos.
E. Brcniian, Paul II. Burnott. Mrs. M.
Cameron, A, E. Chcnowoth, Mrs. A. E.
Chcnowcth nnd Infnnt. David Clieno
wpth, W. E. CnUllle, Miss M. Craver,
Charles A. E. Dnlloy, Miss Julia Djw
mm. Huv. I). .1. 8. Day. Mrs. D. J. S. ,
Day. Mrs. Charles Deoring, C. F. Drox
el. Miss L. N. Duryeo, E. II. Foster,
Miss Zaldn A. Frleso, Miss Edna M.
Gllmore, 8. E. Graham, Mrs. C. A.
Graham, L. IJ. Graves. Mrs. L. B.
Graves, Miss, Dorothy Graves, Miss A.
I Henry, Wm. B. Jones, H. Wilfred
Kelly. Mrs. M. M. Kirkman, II. P. Lln
noil, Mrs. II. P. Linnell, Master Her
bert Linnell, Master Philip Llnncll,
Miss Mnlnilo Longan, W. A. Maco,
Francis B. Mnhonoy, F. Evciott, Itov.
M. II. Marshall, Mrs. M. 11. .Marshall
and Infant. Rov. T. C. Maxwell, Miss
M. M. MoKoovcr. Miss T. L. McKcav
or, Miss Catherine C. McKeover, Mlsa
A. II. Meciigs, Rov. K. C. Meredith,
Douglnes Merrill, Mrs. Douglas Mer-
rlt. Alan Mnnltt, Miss Ktliel Airrrut,
Miss Jean J. Morris, Miss M. C. Mor
rison, Mrs, C. M. Noyos und ninld, Miss
D. Pitcher, E. II. Ilnliun, Mrs. 11. C.
Reynolds, Mrs. E. F. Robinson. Miss
Ruth Robinson, Mlsss Marian Robin
son, Thos. 11, Ross, Mrs. Thos. H.
Ross. Stephen 8. Selllck. Mss M. W.
Sheplinid, Mrs. J. F. Smith, Dr. John
H. Snoke, Mrs. John H. Snoko, W. A.
Sternheig. W. 11. StovciiB, Mrs. W. U.
Stovens, W. C. Tensdalo. Mrs. W. C.
Ilonsdnlo, John II. Volkmann, Geo. F.
Volkmunn, Mrs. Goo. F. Volkmann,
Miss Johanna Volkmann, Dan G. Volk
mann, I)r Geo. II. Wnrno, C, E. Wat
erman, Mrs. C. E. Waterman, Rev.
Hobb White. Mrs. Robb White and
Infant. Mrs. V, Williams.
Per stmr, W. O. Hall from Kami
ports, Sept. 20. Miss G. Carrol, D. B.
Murdoch, R. Smith. Paul Kahlbaum,
Mrs. Reuptcr, Mr. Wldu, and 21 deck.