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BVENINO BUIAKTrN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, OCT. 12, 1908.
Honolulu Commandery Red
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.,
Regular 5 p. m.
Hawaiian First Denree.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M
All visiting members of tho
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge"
IARMONY LODGE, Wo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evory Monday evening nt
1:30 In I. O. 0. r. Hall. Fort 8treet.
' V. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
13EN. l' V1CKKR3, N. Q.
All Tliltlnc brothers Tery cordially
dTTSTIC L0DQE. No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 4th Tuesday
if each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
tall, corner Fort nnd Herctanla. Sts.
Is'ltlng Brothers cordially welcojjs
V. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDKON, K. of n. & 8.
)AHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of J.
Meets every first nnd third Frl-
lay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
orner Fort nnd Herctanla. Visiting
irothers cordially Invited to atttrnl.
A. O. DKEIUNO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.RJ.
I0N0LULU- LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. UC. 11. P. O.
., will meet lu their hall on King
itar Fort Street overy Friday Ten
rip. . By order of tho E. 11.:
n HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. It.
7m. M'KINLEY I0DQE Ho. 8, X.ofP,
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
iVenlnK at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P,
Jail, cor. Fort nnd Horctanla. Visit-
ns; Tjrolhers cordially Invited to at-
W. L. FRAZEE. C.C.,
K. A. JACOHSON, K.R.3.
ION0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0.
Meets on the 2nd and 4tU WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
leretanla nnd Fort streets.
j Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
nd. f V. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
f II. T. MOORE, Secy.
IAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
j: Moots every first and third Thurs
laya of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
(tally Invited to attend,
i A. D. ARLEIGH, Sachem.
jt A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
BEST MEAIS IN TOWN AT
i Ahu nuuns,
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants,
F' BERETANIA STREET
it Boor Waikiki of Central Fire Stn,
f Criterion Grill
Waverley Buildings Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
uid Table Service at All Hours. Best
Heals at Reasonable Prices,
fc CHARLES H. EICHLER, Prop.
f INGERSOLL WATOHES
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
ir. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
IXXOELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by th
C'P BENCH LAUNDRY
with their new FRENCH
57 Beretania St. Phone 1491.
If; All Kind And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
'Emma St. near Beretania.
-"For Salt" cards at Bulletin.
"Now good digestion waits on
nppelltc mid health on both."
Indigestion comes from
poorly cooked food and from
poorly selected material.
There is no fear of poor
cooking where gas is burned
for fuel. This will be demon
strated in the dining room of
the Y. W. C. A., Boston Build
ing, Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday mornings, when one
of our rjas stoves will be
used, until further notice.
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
i r, .
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Frites.
Wire Frame Made to Order.
30 KINO ST.
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
nouie and General Painting,
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
5 C CIGAR. 6 C.
M. At Gunst Sc Co.
EDGEW0E2H and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two cood smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
an MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL iND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. is a
household help when new servants
Thurlow'i for a lunch or dinner.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbls.
Ring mi No. G. Uu homo lu nn auto
Tlio band will iilny tomorrow oven
Ing nt tho Gypsy camp, nt tho Monnn.
Those In want of empty narks, tubs
and bottles, call at corner Fort nnd
A good Incubator, n fine brooder nnd
n lot of Langshnn bona nro offered for
sale cheap. Sco For Sato column.
Tho question of voting boundaries
lu Maul has occupied tho tlmo of Sec
rctnry Mott-Smltli nil thin morning.
An especially fine assortment of
new India l.tnon wnlsts and dress
goods hne been received by tho N. S.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.. nnd nro now on
display In their windows.
Ooorgo J. Drown has commenct'd
suit for dlvorco against Mnry Drown,
whom ho alleges has been living In
open adultery with George Kohnlnlwal
Mnco l!to. Ilrown la a clerk nt tho
Al Castlo was thltt morning admit
ted to practice law In tho Territory of
Hawaii. Al was recently graduated
from tho law school of Harvard Uni
versity, wbcro ho wns known ns nn
tithlcto na well as n tituilcnt,
A serious accident ocourrcd nt ono
of tho pumping stations of tho Pioneer
Mill Company nt Lnhalna mi Thursday.
A boiler burst killing ono Japanese
nnd Kcrtously scalding another. Tho
third Japanese was uninjured.
Pnk Cha I)n, Indicted by tho Tcrrl
lorla Grand Jury for assault and bat
tery, this morning failed to put In nn
appearance when his caso una to bo
tried before Judgo Robinson, mid IiIh
ball of 2S was declared forfeited.
Governor Frear will only remain In
Honolulu one day when ho returns
from his trip around Hawaii and Maul,
nnd men ho win leave Immediately
with Reclamation Expert Newell for
uniiai, wnero bo win stny ten dayB or
BOTH PARTIES HAVE
(Continued from Pace It
The meetings In the outside dis
tricts have been arranged as follows:
Wednesday, Oct. 2S, Kancoho; Will
knne, 7 p. m. I
Thursday. Oct. 29, Punnlmi, 10 a.
m.; Hauuln, 3 p. m.; Lale, 7 p. m.
Friday. Oct. 30-. Wnlnlua, 7 p. m.
Saturday, Oct. 31, Walannc, 7 p. m.
Papers Are Filed
.Nomination papers were tills
morning filed by Cnthcnrt, Vlda, Pe
ters, nnd Kalauokalanl. Tho tilgna
turcs on Cnthcart's paicrs wcro ns
follows: SI. Amana, F. K. Archer,
Chns. Knulukukul, Norman Wntklns.
Edwin Ilanncr, E. O. Fcrrclra, Henry
Vlda, R. O. Mitchell, C1i:ib. Knmoa
Kcalohn, Kclllmulama Nakcu, C. S.
Hollowny, Joseph Richard, A. K. Ao
nn, Geo. F. Wright, Khannaun, 1).
Kalauokalanl Jr., Jas. Illcknell, S.
Slnhclona, St. K. Cook, Ahr. K. Ko
kal, G. F. Gere, Win. Z. II. Olcpau.
K. J. Crawford. C N. Ilooth
kano, J, M. Kealoha, F. F. Fcrnandcs,
Wm A, Kane, Jas. II. Ilojd, Andrew
K. Cox, Robert Parker Walpa, Jr., A.
T. R. Jackson, Chas. J. Jlroiul. W. C.
Achl, Samuel Lua, Ren Pocpoc.
The signatures on the Vlda docu
ment were nB follows: P. Sllvn, Geo.
t Wright, Abr. K. Kckal, Chns. A.
Manti, Wni. Z. II. Olepali, Stephen
Umauma. W. C. Achl, Jho. P. Knhn
havval, Chris. J. Holt, Joseph Rich
ard, J. P. Dlas, II. P. Zablan, Chas.
Kumukahl, E. L. Sharratt. Wm. L.
Austin, Chas. Opunul, J. K. Mcrvvln,
Joseph K. Knohl, Jno. Thos. GantUll,
Hnpcnula, F. II. Gay, Geo. N. Shaw,
K. C. Ilruns, Antono K. Knhlnu, Jno.
D. Holt, Horace N. Crabbc, William
K, Isaacs, Samuel Lua, S. W. Logan,
S. K. Malol, Kakae Kanlpuaa. W. II.
Crawford, James L. Kealoha, Andrew
A Brief Excitement
Quito n little, stir was created this
morning when ono of tho Republican
lenders discovered that tho Municipal
ct provided that nil nominations for
County nnd titty officers must bo filed
within twenty days of tho election.
This would make today tho last day
on which nomination papers could bo
filed, and as there nro still several
candidates who huvo not filed their
pnpors, groat excitement provuilcd
until County Clerk Kalauokalanl
pointed out another chapter of tho
net which provides that at tho pres
ent election tho tlmo Is extended un
til. the same dato as that when tho
nominations for Senators and Repre
sentatives from Oahu close, namely:
Crowd Estimated at 3500
The Democrats, nro tickled to denth
with tho success of tho meeting which
they held nt Anlu Park last Saturday
night. At headquarters they stnlo
that scats were provided for 1148
people nnd that theso were nil occu
pied, and, further, that there wcro
'twice ns many people standing us
were seated. Figuring on this basis
It Is estimated thut nh,out 3000 pcoplo
attended the meeting, while It Is sta-
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KING ST. PHONE f25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Yokohama Greets Americans
YOKOHAMA. Japan, Oct. 11. The rcpicscntutlve business men of
the Pnclflc Coast, sont here nB delegates from the various commercial
bodies of tho CoaBt Stntes, nrrlveil on
Great preparations nro being mnilc here for the nnlvnl of the Amer
ican Atlantic llattlcshlp Fleet.
To Warrjot War
LONDON', Eng Oct. 11. The situation In the llalkaus lit quieter,
the warring factions there nwnltlng tho results of the contcrenco lioNt
on Saturday between Iswolsky, the Russian Foreign Minister, nitd Sir Kd-
wnrd Grey, the llrltlsh Foreign Secretary.
Tho Ministers, nftcr their conference, Issued a statement that they
believed a peaceful settlement of the Imbroglio could be l cached.
LONDON, England, Oct. 11. Tho llrltlsh Atlantic Fieri Is prepar
ing to sail from Gibraltar, where It has assembled. It Is believed that
the vessels will clear for Malta.
i i m
SERVIAN MINISTRY IS IN DANGER
LONDON. Kngland, Oct. 11. It Is stated here that Hip Servian Min
istry Is In Imminent danger of dissolution as u result of tho dcmandH of
the people of llclgrndo for the resignation of the Stlntstcis unless war
with Austria Is declared.
There hns been a run on the banks In Belgrade ns n result of tho
1IELGRADE, Servln, Oct. 10. An extraordinary session of tho Scr
vlnn Assembly, hns been opened timid great excitement. Tonight two
Austrian flags were burned lu the groat square before the House of Par
liament. Tho people lire amused nnd demand war.
CRETE ASSEMBLY OPENED
CANKA, Island of Crete. Oct. 1 1. Tho Cretan Assembly was open
today In tho name of King George of Greece.
LONDON, Kngland, Oct. 10. The llrltlsh Government Is opposed to
the aspirations of Crete for union with
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Oct.
ucts have been -boycotted.
MANILA CHOLERA DECREASES
MANILA, I. I Oct. 11. Five
cases of cholcrn were reported on
Sunday and threo now cases on Mon
day. Domiciliary ylslts through tho
Infected districts will be continued
for another two weeks.
MILITIA PROTECTED NEGRO
SPARTANllURG.-Gn., Oct. 10.- A
mob fought the mllltla for possession
of a negro rnvlsher tonight, .Four
NEWPORT. R. I.. Oct. 10. SK
perished In tho wreck of the Sirocco
Intlie West Indies.
ted that about 1S00 wcro able to
stick It out to the end.
Link's Heavenly Donkey
inc itawniians wcro mis morning
much excited about a sign from heav
en which Is supposed to hnvo appear
ed when the Great Link began bis
address at Aula. There nro hundreds
of pcoplo who attended the meeting
who aro willing to Bwear that When
Link camo forth a beautiful small
cloud appeared Just over tho moon
where It remained for several min
utes. It was distinctly shaped like
n donkey, and as this Is the well-
known emblem of Democracy, great
hopes nre pinned on this demonstra
tion of Celestial preference for Link.
Tho Republicans take a less com
plimentary, but just ns applicable, un
explanation of thn phenomenon.
Feds. Postpone Action
Tho Civic Federation will hold n
meeting this week, but Senntor Dick
oy, who Is u member of tho commit
tee which will leport on tho matter
of selection of candidates, states that
It Is very unlikely that that matter
will be taken up ut this meeting, tho
committee having prepared n report
iccommendlng that no such action ho
takpn until the tlmo for tho fllins of
nomination papers Is almost over.
McCandlcsB' strongest argument
with an American audlcnco Is his ref
erence to tho Phlllpplno land low
which gives tho homesteader a start
on very easy tonus. It Is ensy to
inako uny mnu bcllavo that tho laws of
Hawaii should bo as liberal as tlioao
of tho Philippines.
Tho brick mason on tho Democratic
ticket for tho Fourth District has n vig
orous manner of speech thnt takes
tho crowd and might put him lu ofllco
If tho Fourth wcro not so solidly Re
publican. Tho Democratic Interpreter Is a
tower of Btrength for tho mnu imablo
to speak tho Hawaiian language.
Charlie Hustacu can't keop away
from politics despite the tact that he
told the Republican convontlon that
he would never again seek an ofllco lu
tho Tcnjo Mnru today, nnd ,wcro
0SED TO AUSTRIA
10. Uiilgnrlaii nnd Austrian prod
ST. PETERSBURG CHOLERA
ST. PKTKRSHURG, Russia, Oct. 11
Seventy-two cases of cholcin nnd
thirty-seven deaths from tho dlscaso
nro tho llgmos given out by tlio city
health authorities for today
COL. STEWART RETIRED
WASIIINGTON, 0. C, Oct. 10.
Colonel Stewart, U. S. A., who wns
banished to lirt Grant, Arizona Ter-
rltory, by order of tho Picsldcnt, has
.been ictlrrd fiom the Army
TAFT GOING SOUTH
CINCINNATI, O., Oct 10. Mr.
Taft will make u political tour of
Has Left Punchbowl For The
tho Territory of Hawaii. Ho Is now
"out of politics," but ho was ou hand
at tho Republican rally and also ono
of tho listeners at tho Saturday night
Portugucso Amoi leans niako a great
mistake In prefacing their speeches by
reference lo their iuprejeiillug u sec
tion of tho community. II may bo
true, but Ibo people don't lll.u to hear
It put. thai way on tho stump.
Wat Bon complained Hint tho Itcpub.
Mean rally gave him only one or two
speeches which ho could understand,
all thu others being in Hawaiian nnd
not Interpreted, Judging from tho
rally ut which Watson appeared, tho
Republican nchcino of not Interpreting
nil tho npoeches appeals strongly to
tho party of tho opposition.
Judgo Qunrlrs can no doubt mnko u
good speech but ho Is n man of fulso
promises ou tlio short circuit. Ho
stnrfed with tho announcement that ho
Intended to mnko u ten-mlnuto speech,
but ho would cut It to flvo owing to
tho lateness of tho hour. This expla
nation took tho flvo minutes, after
which ho occupied from fifteen to
twenty minutes to say tho little say
he had left. It may hnvo been thu In
terpretation that brought nbout his
miscalculations on points of tlmo.
Link McCandlcss said beforo thn as
Munbled crowd thnt ho wanted lo bo
straight, not crooked knp.iknhl. This
ho Illustrated with olaborato motions
so that all might uudcratnud. Ills ns
plratlons mo good things to bear In
mind as ono watches his political pro-
Ono of thn noticeable features of tho
Hilly was tho largo number of young
men in iiuoiiiiniico evidently Just nr
Accurately.fltted glasses save their
owners much trouble.
We fit thcin that way.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, October 12.
VANCOUVER Sailed Oct 3!
H. H. Mnrnnui, for Honolulu.
HKATTLH Al rived Oct. Hi
Q. H. Mexican, from San Francisco,
GRAYS HAUllOn Sailed Oct. 1.
Ilk. S. C. Allen, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Balled Oct. 12:
S. S. Mnnchuila. for Himnlultl.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Oct. 12:
9. H. Tenyo Mnru. from Huinltilu.
KAIIULUI Snllcil Oct. 0:
S. S. Columbian, for Hllo.
j WATERFRONT NOTES f
"' 'CARRYING AWAY Major McKIub
try, who cnino hero to Inspect tho
llghlhoiiKo work of tho Islands, nnd
also to look Into tho dtmculty batwoou
tho U. S. Knglnccr's ofllec nnd the har
bor dredging contractors, tho P. M. S.
S. Siberia yesterday afternoon ml led
for San Francisco. Shu nrrlved- ye.
tcrday foicnoou, wllh n small piHsen
ger list, nnd with G00 tuns of Oriental
freight. Tho tldo of passenger tratllc
Ih nil tho other way now. Tlio Slbeiln
wns duo to depart nt i o'clock jester
day afternoon, but wns delayed IS mill
utcH by lateness In getting on board
u Inrgc number of banairiR, which sho
Is earrjlng us freight from this port
TIIH GERMAN steamer Nlcoinolla
nrrlved in poit from Yokohama rater,
day, tbieo days nvcrdiic, nflor on
counteilng llereo weather u day mid u
half out from Yokoliamn, In which It
Ik said tho steel dock of tho steamer
bent ns sho rude on the ere'iit of roiue
of tho mountainous waves. Sho had
fil" tons or freight for this port, nnd
1920 for S.in Finnclseo, nud 22Ufi for
Porlland. Sho went out ugaln nt 7
o'clock Inst evening.
THK Ni:XT SAILINGS of tho Amer-IcaTi-lluw.'ill.ui
Coiuiiany fioiu tho
Coast arc Ibo MvnIciiii fioni tho Sound
en tho liith nnd fioni San Francisco
ou tlio "Oth. nnd tho Alaskan fiom thn
Sound on tho Ibt of Niivembcr nnd
from Snn Francisco on tho Sth.
FROM LOS AN(li:i,i:S cornel Ulo
leiKirt that tho Toyo Klsen Knlshiv
limy make San Pedro their lei minus,
mill also form n concern with Mexican
cnimecl Ions for tho puiposo of gut
ling some of tho Tchtrjiilopoc fielght
COTTAGES OP THE Wnlklkl P.ps
orvnllon will ho freed or loii'injH nt
will lu November I" be iiiiuto iendy
for tho ofllelnlH connected wllh tho
Pearl Ituibor woik.
THE AOHANGI Is duo Troiii tho Cob
onles mi Thursday next nnd tho Ma
mma from tho Sound on the following
THE KE AIT 1IOU will bo n day late
this week In leaving for Kuii.il, Hailing
tnnioriovv nt fi ii'cloc'f,
THE l'LAHRENCE Vltl). Ik'iico
on tho 2nd, nnheil nt Midway letter-
THE NOEAIT sails today at S o'clock
for Honokan and Kiikulhiivto.
AT SEASIDE HOTEL
A dance In honor of tho otneers nnd
ladles tm board the trans'-nit Thomas
will Inr g)on ill the Seaside Hotel Ihls
ovenluKt A special dinner will bo
MM'vi'tl. N'ho usual cordial Invitation
(o Ibo patrons of tho Seathh), local
Army nud Nnvj folk, Is extended.
The first of n se'les of demonstra.
lions in citokery will bo given toinor
low morning in the dulng hall of thu
V. W. O. A. under tho siiporvMon of
Henry May & Co. nud tho Honolulu
(Inn Co. Theso ilenionstrullons mo lo
ho held overy Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday mornings fiom 0::iO till 11
o'clock, nnd overs ono who Is lutvi tint
ed In tho piepnrntloii of toothsoniu
moifcls nnd delicacies Is Invited to bo
present. Tho menu for toiuonow will
Include Sunsblnn Cake, May's Old Ko
mi ColToo, nnd "II" brand Co Ion Tea,
nerved with Carniillou Cream. Tho
demonstrations nro freo nnd open lo
Judgo Dolo this morning took orai'
hlon to thank C. It. Mcllildo for tho
ofllclent manner lu which ho had de
fended Knpele, tho defaulting witness.
ami complimented him on his ublllty
us luluwjer, Mctlildu put up u gvoat
fight III tlio rate, succeeding In i-hI". -him
oh with n hcntcnco of ono day.
Mcllildo wns on band iendy In delend
Wnller Dillingham Ihls morning lu
tho emit ciupt piocoodlugH.
lived nt tho voting age.
It will tako ii solid phal.uix of
straight votes to cheek tho enthusiasm
that Illll Jnrrott tuts in motion when
ho appears on tho stngo or action.
A rally at which nil tho raudldalos
mnko their appearance la a great place
to dlRcmer statesmen tho geneial pub
lic novel- saw or hoanl of before.
Wntson's campaign Is unique Ho
c alms thnt tin account of his hnvlng
signed tho teport of tho commlfteo
that framed the first successful County
law, ho should , ho hold cruially re
sponsible with tho Republicans for Its
Sunday. October II.
Slinr. Mlknlialn, from Moloknl and
Maul poits, a. 30 n. in.
Slinr. V. G. Hall, from Knual l)rls,
G a. in. ....
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zecdor, from
Yokohama, S; IS a. nl.
Gcr. 3. fl. Nlcoinedl.t, Wnscrninn,
fi tint Yokohama, 7 a. in.
.Monday, October 12.
U. 9. A. T, Thorn is, Folsoin, from
HiMiFianclsco, 12:30 p. m.
P. M. S. . Korea, Sandbcrc, Irani
Sail Friiliclt.cn, If ". 111. JI
Sunday, October JL
P, M. S. S. Siberia, '.voder, for San
FiMiicli.ro, 1:15 p. in
Oer. S. S. Nlcomedln, Wnfiorninn, for
Snn Frnuclsco. 8 p. in.
'j" SAILING TODAY
' i'. M. S. S. Koiea, Sandborg, for Ytf
l.ohamn, ! p. m.
S. S. Noeau, .Mitchell, Tor llonokau
and Kukiilhaelu. r p. m.
iw i. M. H. S. Siberia, from tho
Orient for Snn Fraticlhco, Oct. 1L ti.
AndciHon, I'. Aratunl nnd nntlvo Her
i.int, . .1. Callnhan. Mrs. W. .1. Calla
hnn. Master J. A. Callahan, Master V.
K. Callahan, Miss JL !:. Callnlinn. Mrs.
It. IJ. Chambers nud Infant, Master
Robeit Chambers, Miss Muriel Cham
bers, Mrs. L A. Corrlgan. 11. C. D.ni
ham, Mrs. 11. C. Donhniii nnd Infant,
Muster Ahlen Dunham, Mm. S. W.
Kddy, 11. Kessendeii, S. II. Freeman,
Mis. S. II. I'leemaii and child, S. .1.
Fuller. O. K. G.idclliis, Mlsa L. Gallile.
Miss It. Gnllale, Mr. nnd Mm. L. F.
Habor. Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Hepburn,
MaJ V. (1. HnliiieR, O. S. .Inckson. II.
I.emolnc, C. J .loejo, Mr. and Mr. ?.
M. l.yo:i, Miss L.von, Miss K. Muher,
II. Minium. It. II. Oaken, Mm. J. S.
P&tli'rbtw. Miss M. Piilteivon, .1. Pat
leison, Master Frank P.ittursou, l If.
Randall. T. ltiibeitson, Mrs. T. Robert-
ton, Miss S. C. Smith, n, II. Taylor.
Mrs. It. II. Tavlor. Mnlnr G. Tlimliiu.
ML A.: Mlsn L. L. Tralnhiim. K. Waeli-
tor. Dr. F. P, Whltehlll. Cloug limit
I tun nud native tervaut, Chang Tti.io
Zang, Char Kwang VI, Chang '.til
Yung, Chin C'ho Hoo, Mrs. Chill Clio
Hon, Muster Chun Chuck I. In, MnMor
C'liln Clinch Lee. MrcChln Slue. Chi
ang Mon Ling. Chlng Do. Hem; Tslng
1 1 it. lino llimi, Hhii Ming Tfal, Kelt
Sill Sung, Low (lining, Mrn. Low Moy,
.Miss Lew Gaii, Miss Sail;; Vee, Mltn
Ngauk Ling. (Juan l.oy, Shell Mon
Tsim, Wei E. Full, Woo Shin, Young
Per II. 8. A. T. Thomas, l'nlsom.
from San I'riinclrcii, (Jet. 1". Mrs. (J.
Livingston lluyurd, Mm. Thus. Dunn
and child, Mm. Kledlln, Mrs. G. W. Jt.
King, Jwupli A. Kodgers, W. H. Win
tern. Mis. Winters nud i children. L.
L. La Pierre, Mir. La Pierre, Chns.
Pi Ingle, Jim. W. Short, Mrs. Short nnd
child. Joseph Kllbey, I 111;! SIlilluouils,
.lames Walker, John I.. Smith, Phillip
Per stiiir. Mlkahali, fiom Maul and
Moloknl ports, Oct. 11. Jas. Kirklniid,
A. E. Iliirne, C. A. Hartwefl, N. Vim
Illng. Mrs. C. A. Hailwell, Mrs. II. It.
Hitchcock, Yen Yap.
P'-r Htnir. ,V. (1. Hull, fiom Kuuil
porls, Oct. 11. Chns. Daniels, (!. K.
Not ley. J. L. HJorlh, Wm, Dletz. O. A.
Ilruns, Then. Wolf. II. N. Kl. nnd .'.II
Per Blmr. Nnenu, rmni Hawull, Oct.
10. Miss Nan Dnker and 1 deck.
I PA3SENGCR3 DEPARTED '
' Per P. M. S. U. SIbeila, for S-n'i
FrancUco, Oct. II. Mis. c. 11. Wells.
I. J. Jeirers, Mrs. A. I). Lu Motif.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. II. M. Alexander, II. I).
Haldwln, Mrs. E. O. Eh ell. .1. 1). Ed
wind nud wire. air;). 1 G. Cov, Mien
Eiiln Login, II. E. Cnoi;r. Admiral
Hollyday. II. a. N and wife. Miss M:i
loney, Mltn Cleveland, MIsh Allcti
Itotli, Dr. 11, 1'. Roller mid v.lfo, Pi tor
Baron, Mrs. Knii'lsen, Mrs. Frost, Dr.
L. E. Cofcr, Major McKliibtry nnd
wire. Ale.Mindor Young und wife. Miss
U. Ruth Young, Wm. Wilson, J. P.
Ptarf. -II. R. Grant, Ah Hung. Mlsio-j "
Wnnl (2), n. A, Jordan, .1. .lonltm. C.
K. Schoeiilng, Capt. Arthur M. Shlpp,
U. S. A.. II. 11. James, wiro ami child,
Mrs. C. I.. Hollowuy, MIsu M. r. WI1
helm. .1. Knwano.
I PASSCNCERS 0O0KED f
Per P. M. S. S. Koiea, Hiiiidberg. fi'i?
Jtikohiinui. Oct. 12.- I.oo Chow, Mis.
L. Apniin and son, Fied Chun. lira. Y.
L. Wong and nraut, A. II. foster Mis
Ah lliiug, Mr, ,i jir8 AJt!ll SchaeK
it. Miss Allco Donnld. K. Nnknmnra,
I'. ITiiniilK.iii. Leo. t. Ilaunlgin, .Miss
" """"gan, MB Helen Dcnhniii, Dr.
J. II. lie I on est nud wlfo. ,
COOKE In this city, Oct, 11, V.W, to
Mr. end Mrs. C. II. Cooke, n bou.
Operatives or cotton mills ut Wlilt
Insvllle nud I.luwood, Miihs., hnvo
bevn iiotlllril of n 10 per cunt, leduc
tlim In wngrB, wllh nu liieieuso fiom
fmty lo firty bouts vveokly In Ibo
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens!
It is very well to See a Wren, but the
place to cot ono is at tlm mrAPT.vu
D. WALKER'S BOAT and MAmrrwr?
WORKS, KING ST., opposite SOUTH.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for nil crops, climatic nnd soil con
ditinns. iuKrSfiSwr miine' Irono'
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430. '
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