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EVENING miLI.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. I!., TUESDAY, OCT. 1.1, IMS.
UNRIG & raw
Honolulu Commandery Red
Honolulu Chapter, Ft. A. M.,
Regular B p. m.
Hawaiian First Decree.
All visiting niomlicrs of. the
Order mo coidliilly Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
:30 hi I. O. O P. Hall, Fort Street.
i: it HCNDRY. Secretary.
DL'N P. VICKEU3, N. G.
All v lilting brthor very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 1th Tuesday
ut each month nt 7:50 p. m. nt 1C. 1'.
Hall, corner Port nnd Hcretanla SU.
Visiting Brother cmdlally welco.u
V. I,. I.TI.U, C. C,
F. WALDUON, K. of It. & 9.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every flrst ivnil third Fri
day aveuing at 7:30 In K. ot 1". Hall,
corner Fort and llerclanla. Vlaltlns
brothers cordially Invited to nttwud.
A. O. DEERINQ, C.C.,
JAR. W. WHITE. K.H.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honoluln Lodgo No. 010, II. P. O.
K.. will meet In their hall on King
Cneur Fort Sticct every Friday reu-
lly order ot the 13. K.t
HDNItY C. KASTON,
WM. II. HcINERNY, E. It.
Wm WKINLEY LODGE Ho.8. K.ofP.
ir kwv "nd nnd 4th Saturday
9 i.in 1. I.. I.- ..f r
evening ai i.j" unui ,,, . "
Hall. cor. Fort nnd llerctanla. llt-
g lnc brothers cmdlally Invited to at-
IV l I l..w.t., vv .,
E. A. JACOHSON, IC.K.S.
I HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretnnla and Fort streets.
ij.. Visiting Eagles are lnvueu to ni-
W. Ij. FIIAZER, , Prcst.
II. T. MOOUE, Secy.
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. 11.
rV Meets every flist and third Thurs-
"ilayB of caili month at KnlghU o(
sPythlns Hall. Visltlns brothers cor
JTdlally Invited to nttnnil.
A. n. AltLEIQII, Sachem.
A. E. MUIIPHY, C. of II.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheum Attendants,
51st Door Waikiki of Central Tiro Stn.
.Waverley Bnilding, Bethel St.
(Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
land Table Service fit AH Hours. Best
J-Meals at Reasonable Prices.
CHARLES H. EIOHLER, Prop.
At All Watchdealers.
Rfr Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
. FORT end HIIIG Sts.. Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
jf257 Barctania St. Phone 1401.
lOt All Kinds And Descriptions At
A v .M11 uiaii
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Berctania.
K-"For Salt" cards' at Dulletln.
"Now good digestion walls on
appetite nnd health on both."
Indigestion comes from
poorly cooked food nnd from
poorly selected material.
There is no fear of poor
cooking where Ran 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 'jas stoves will be
used, until fuithcr notice.
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
LADIES' PELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF-
Arc Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
House and General Painting.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
5 C CIGAR. 5 C.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EDGEW0R7H and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos i.i tho Market.
an MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. , is a
household help when new servants
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Hlii); No. 6. do homo 111 nn imtii, GOc
Tim lto;ird of Health meets toiunr
tow nl 3 p. tu.
Tho ImikI will lilay this iifteruooii on
ho.ird the tratuipiirl.
(let onr lunch ut tho New England
Hnkerj, Hotel street.
Frank Thompson went out today In
tlui Mnuna Ken on business.
Tho Alnineil.i in rived In San Trail
clico lit in o'clock tills foienoon.
Mystic l.odgu No. 2, K. of 1'.. will
meet In K. of 1'. hall ut. 7:3" this even
ing. 0. N. Wllrox returned yesterday uy
tho Korea from mi absonco In tnu
Dr. Ooorgo lleihert wag among tho
outgoing passengers In tho llagHhlp
Mnuna Ken today.
1). K. Kahiiulclio of l.nlialiiaroturiied
to his homo today, ttallliiK nt iioiui on
the Inter-Inland Kleainur.
Tln trial of tin- raw of Mnry ltlch
aril va. Carl On Tal Ik IiuIiik heard
lNfoiu a Jury In JudKu Do Holt's court
Huv. Stephen I Dexlia of Illlo left
toilny In tho Mnuna Ken for Hawaii to
iikkIhI the DeloKato, I'rlncc Knlanlaii.i
nlc In his tour around the Island.
On Installments of 3 vt month you
can purchaso .1 Whlto Kamlly Hotnry
sewing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd ,
agents, 1200 Kort St. Phone 4SS.
Veronica Ih mil n new uncrlpiit
water hill a one of the heat wild. It
Is Mtuiidnnl every w hero nnd hIioiiIc' he
lept In evoiy I101111-. Heiihou, Suiltli fi.
I'o.. Ltd.. hnvo It.
The Itiiwulluu Ni-wk t'o. has moved
IIh Merrluiit stleet Ntoro to tho new
locution, two doom nlioiii their old 0110
In tho Yoiiiik liullilliik'. mill in u pii--pared
lo earrv 011 u IiIkki'I- IiiihIiichs
Marshal Hendry has irrelteil a
ciildt HtatlilK Hint llrlght. the l.ir.t wit
ness In Hid V 11 in- murder imku, had
I ice 1 1 hcrvcil wllli 11 nulipociin, and that
he uould lie Kent down lieiu 011 the
H. II. Trent will kIo a dinner m tho
CoiiilueiLlal Oliilj WVilni'Hiliiy I'Venlnc
liavlns as Ills um'HlH Mr. IVrey Hunter
nml the iiii'iulii i-h of the Ti-riltorlul
Tr.uiKpoiliitlon I'lUiiiiillleo and tho
OwIiik to the deiiartiire of the Man
eliurl.1 011 llu 'Julh, Miss ()ilir'u
euiime of dramatic ivclluls will In- (;l
en mi eoiiKceullio cicnliii,':!, Oct. t.1, 1 1,
If, mid Hi. Tuemlay. Weduenday.
Tliuibiltt) mid 1'ilday, Klvlns tho h.viiio
leeltuls ns uihertlM-il.
Mason Mitchell, Anicrleau Consul
General ut Apia, Sniiioa, who, mull
recently, lepivseuted tho IJ. H. (!u.
erumeiit nl I'huukliij;, China, has i-iui-honied
to address the nieinhors of tho
Chanilier of Coimiierco 011 Wedni'MlO'',
Oetohor 1 lih, nt .", p. 111. Mr. Mltehell''s
Hilhject will ho "Wi'sloin Clilu-i."
CluiH. K. Nollcy, tho Home Hiilo-I.ah-oilto
caudldnto for DeleKato to Con-
1 1 Kress, left for Hawaii today. At La-
niiinii, iiu will lane tlio .Mlkaliiila for
tho, leper vulAcinont, where It Is said,
llio-.lninnles are anxious to sen mid
hear tho Home Itulo leader, who
woikeil hard lo net Wnllach to do
homcthliiK for lliein.
Mrs. I'le.ir, wlfo of tho (lovernor. It
rIvIuk Miss Kntharliiii Oliver n to
party nt her resilience this afternoon.
Tho Kllohanu Art I.eaKUo Kavu hex
an afternoon tea yesterday nt which
tlio ineniliers or tlio Dramatic CIrelo
wero till pierent. Miss SpaldluB. the
piosldent of the Circle, Is cry enthus
laatle oor tho success of her depart
ment. The rhaiKo ngalnst u Japanese for
iitlcmptlliK to tilt ill tho lesldenco oc
cupied liy Mrs. Kuhulla Wilcox near
Diamond Head was nulla prossed oy
the priiseeiitlim In the Dlslilet Court
this mnrnliiK, the lirohi-cutliii; oineei
ttiitlii; that careful and honicliliiK In
vesllatlous hud been made nnd hu
was Biitlslled that (hero was not sum-
dent evidence to Justify tho piosecu
tlou. Secretary Niiknmuni of tlio Japan-
eso Department of foreign Affairs,
left Monday afternoon In tho Korea
for Japan. DuiltiK his shml slay hero
of ten duys lie, accompanied liy 0110 of
tho Consulate stntT, imido a circuit of
this Island, nriiiuiliilliii; himself with
tho roiidlllnmt 011 dlfforiMit plantations.
Monday ho was in consultation
with Consul fleiier.'il Uyeiio, with
wliom ho arrived In thn America Main.
Word has been received fiom T.
Cllvo D.ivles BlvlliB details of tho ilontli
of T. Hutu Walker. It uppe.irs that
Mr. Walker was In Loudon mill Hint
Iiu fell backward heavily nt tho Toot
of u small IIIkIiI of stairs In tho hotel
In which ho mid Mrs. Walker were
staylnt;. Tlio fall was so heavy that
a fraeliiie of tho skull was caused
Tho accident took place at 9:1 M ut
iiIkIU on September -2, and by 1 n.-111.
the next duy Mr. Walker's condition
was so hciIoiis thai an operation was
decided 011 us the only means of suv
lot; his life. Unfortunately, nil efforts
pioved iiunvailliiBt a'"1 Mr. Walker
died duilni; tho foienoon of September
Interior Denu lineiil and Ilepaitnient
of Justice Investigates I'ind frauds In
volving wealth) men.
Ameilcaii hunkers go 011 icronl as
oppoM.'d lo giiaraiiteelug ilepuslls.
Sail Ilnfael citizens in mass nieettug
protest against proposed ordinance to
lleeiiho pilzo llglitliig.
Kormer (lovernnr fleorgo It, Carter
of ilawnll reports vexatious problem
London crowd numbering :!00,000
pcopto piotosU against licensing bill,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana ' Co.,
G2 S. KINO ST. PHONE P25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
J - .
v LINCOLN, Neb., Oct 12. Mr.
State Unlvcislty. He replied to the
iiTlilliK publicity of (..mipalfin lontrlbutlons, and iittacked l'resldeut Hoos
evelt for his participation In the campaign.
LONDON, HtiR., Oct. 12. Sir lMward Orcy find l-'orclgn Minister Is
woldky of Hiibsla hnvo Issued a statement, In which they concur In the
necessity of 11 tonferenee of the I'owcrs over tho Haitians nnd other ques
tions In which Hulgarla and Austria arc involved. It Is understood that
(leiinany will iigiee.
STILL BOYCOTTING AUSTRIANS
CONSI'ANTINOI'LK, Tut key, Oct. 12. Tim Austrian boycott ronlln
lies, l'ezes have been abandoned became 'of their Austrian manufacture.
PRINCE FERDINAND IS THE CZAR
ROI'IA, HulKiirla, Ocl. 12. I'rtnce IVrdtiinnd enleieil the enjiltnl to
lay as Czar, and was iccelved with i;reat iopitlar enthusiasm.
m 1 m
WIFE OF ALEXIS IS DEAD
TOUT All PHINCi:. Haiti, Oct.
Alexis of llnytl Is dead.
ROADS C0N0KESS IN PARIS
I'AHIS, I'ranco, Oct. 12. The liiternatlounl Hoads CoiiRiess opened
Its sessions heio today.
m 1 i 1
' TAFT SPOKE SEVENTEEN TIMES
AKIION, Ohio, Oil i:
Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday) .Oct. 13. "The Little MinisfcV';.'Wedfodayl"0ct'.'i4, ''The
Confessions of a Literary Pilpim"; Thursday, Oct". 15, "Df.'Luke'of the
Labrador"; Friday, Oct. 10, "Kinc Henry VIII'". Season tickets for
the course may be obtained at Bergstrom Music Company, Wall, Nichols
Co., R.W. Perkins' Studio, and the Kilolmna ATt Lcaguel
VORYS, THE MAN
Hitchcock All Right But
What Vorys Says
WASHINGTON, I)i, t!., Sept. 20.
Of nil the men who have achieved
faille nnd hard labor ns u result of
tho pit-sent ltepiiblle.iu national earn
pulgu, Aithtir I. Viiijh bends the list.
Vorjs uses the candidate's ear 111010
sueccbsfiilly than any other adviser.
Aleo, he more than any other wears
out the Tuft coat sleeve urging him
fiom place to place.
In other words, Arthur I. Voiys,
after n meteoric rlso to fiimn nnd 1
sensational dash through tho (lark
valleys of despair, has arrived. Seal
ed in tliu chosen plnic, ho hands out
fruitful thoughts and meaty migges-
tlons, mid when he producou these
gems, ho knows they are going to bo
used. If J 011 want anything fiom
tho next Administration provided
It Is Uepuhllcan you want to have
n signed nnd sworn application lying
around where Arthur I. can seo It. .
It was Vorys who took tho lead In
the movement to have Tuft make tho
big speaking tour which has Dually
been decided on. It Is also Vor.vs
who will luiompauy tho candidate
011 that tour. Trunk II. Hitchcock,
(halrmiili ot the National Committee,
iigieed that It was a good tiling, but
Voryu originated I he Idea.
Struggle for Supremacy
All of this leads up to the Hitch-oock-Vorys
story. There has been a
lot of el nit pi luted uboiit the strug
gle of these two men for supremacy,
and tho vvl.se politicians tiro now bet
ting even 011 whether the 0110 or tho
other will Kline mil of the light on
top. As 11 matter of fact, when Vorjs
and llftchcixk are together anil no
0110 else is near, nobody Is putting
un aim mound mi) body's neck In .1
Tho old testament writer who de
scribed Ki well the affection' of Da
vid and Jonathan lould hnvo Hum
med up the story In one icise If he
had looked forvvaid into tlio twen
tieth century. That vciso would
"David nnd Jonathan worn In ev
ery respect the opposite ot Aithur
and I'ranlc, so fjr ns peisoual affec
tion Is louceiued."
Jilteheoik, of course, has tho pow
er at present, and ho will 101110 out
of tho campaign with 11 Cabinet po
sition and much to say about tho dls
tilbutlon of patronugo. However,
tlmio urn Umbo who believe Voijs
could have 11 similar Job and there
Is no doubt that lie will control nil
the Ohio putinuagi) ujid have some
On Kuplolanl or Klnati St., bet, Ilor
etanla nnd Alapal, lady'n back
comb. Rowan! at thlu otllce,
ilrynn inaite tin address today 'nl the
nrgiliuetit of Governor lhiRbcs con-
Tho wlfo ot President Nnrd
spoke In seventeen Ohio towns
thing to :iav about the appointments
"In othi r States.
When the aiitl-Jnuathau-D.ivlil
couple meet, politeness II I Is the air
mill iiiiuti'sy siilnrns the miriniiud
Ings. ilaeb Ih 11 dancing master mid
eiih hi light 011 lln job with Mud
vvoiili. Hut, iih hiiuiii incident song
. lor has rciuuikcd, "A good kind
win il never biniishl a dinner for a
humming bird" not jet.
Ilovvevo, the ilv.ilry between the
two doas the Republican patty goud.
When ou have two ulilu politicians
squeezing their hinlns dry in tho et
foil to evolve new Ideas for tho good
of tho pmty, oti mo going to get
more Ideas than mi would If they
spent half their time telling each
other foolish nothings about love, es
teem, nnd admiration. And they tiro
Kjueezlng their brains. Theio can
he no doubt of that. Kaeh Is work
ing for all he Is worth to make tho
election of Taft n sine, nlckel-plaled,
double-locked affair. And each Is too
big a man to say or do anything to
embarrass the woik of the party.
They work In different places.
Vorys believes In getting n ninn oft
anil lining htm up on the right side
nnd then repeating the piocoss Willi
others iiiilcllnltely. Illteluock be
lieves In electloiiccilng by the use of
mines. Ho likes to dig a lot of holes,
put 11 man in each, give the signal,
nnd then hnvo them nil pop out of
the ground shouting a chorus he has
taught thorn beforehand.
Hut Arthur I. and Prank II. are
not Infatuated with each other.
I.lnk'n I'uiiit meeting vvils broken
up by iiu e.lrth(iia'l.e, and last Sal
unlay night a celestial Jackass greet
ed his appearance on thu Aula slump.
There certainly seems to bu some
connection between Link mid tho su
pernatural, bill whether it is of u
complimentary nature to Link or not
icinalnu to be rccii,
Tho l'lanlagenet look tho place ot
the Lupcaster In the police station
this morning when Tim Ljouii was
Installed nn chief clerk vice Cliarllo
The egg-thl ower has advanced a
plea for eonsldciiitlou. He bas hu
Is moioly egging the candidates on.
That idling fellow Anderson, who
Is running for Auditor 011 the Demo
emtio ticket, Is without doubt Ibu
most st 1 cumins woikcr who has ap
peared so far In tho campaign, As 11
dliect, peixiniil, glad-hand, "Y011-
vote-roi-niu canvasser he can give
the M'tciutu) emds ami spades mid
then heat them at the game. Last
Accurately-fitted glasses save their
owners much trouble.
We fit them that way.
IH FOREIGN PORTO
Tuesday, October 13.
SAN KltANCISCO AnlVPil Oct. 13
9. H. Alameda, lb n. in., houcu Oct 7.
SAI.INA CHUZ Alilved Oct. 11.
H. S. Arlzonnn, front Illlo, Sepi 21
SAL1NA CIIU55 Salted Oct. 11:
S., S. Texan, for San I'r.inclBCo.
I'OHT LUDLOW Sailed Oct. 13:
tkJir. (lamble.'for Illlo.
KAIHILUISalled Oct. 13:
Ilk. .K. I Whitney, for Illlo.
HILO Sailed Oct. HI:
S. S. Columbian, for Snllun Ciuz.
MAKAWELI Sailed Oct. !:
Ilktno. M. 13. Wliikelmann, for l'ort
Monday, Oetober 12.
VANCOUVER Sailed Oct. :
S, S. Mamma, for llouoliitu.
SKATTI.i:-Arrived Oct. 11:
S. S. Mexican, from Sail I'lanclhcn.
(SUAVH HAItllblt Sailed Oct. HI,
Ilk. S. C. Allen, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. VI:
S. S. Miiiichuilii, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA An Ivcd Oct. 12:
S. S. Teuyo Mum. from Honolulu.
KAIIIILUI-Salled Oct. U:
S. S. Columbian, for Illlo.
Friday, Octobir 9.
OAVIOTA Sailed Oct. 7:
Sp. M. K. Chlteott, for Honolulu.
SAN KHANCISCO-S.llled Oct. 8:
S. S. Mexlciiu, Tor Seattle.
PORTLAND Arilved Oct 8:
Sp. Alexander Isenberg, lieiieo Sept.
KAIIUI.UI Alilved Oct. 9:
S. S. Columbian, hence Oct. S,
Wednesday, Oct 7, 1903.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct 7:
S. S. China, for Hoii.ilul.i.
SYDNP.Y Arrived Oct. ,
S. S, Manuka, from Honolulu.
SAN KHANCKSCO-Sailed Ocl. 7:
U. S. H. Colorado, for Honolulu,
SAN KIIANCISCO-Arrlvod Oct. 7:
Heb. Allci) MeDonald, front Almkliil
4 i.. in., S. S. America Maru, lieuco
HILO-Sallcd Oct. 0;
S. H. Vlrgliilaii, for San I'V.llieii.co.
Tuesday, Oct. G, 1908.
SAN PHANCISCO- -Sailed Oct. fi:
S. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
nUIRIlANi: Sailed Oil. 1:
S. S. Aorangl, Tor Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrived Oct. 5:
Sch. M. K. Chllinlt. hence Sept. 11.
KAIIUI.I'I- -An Ivcd Oct. fi:
S, S. Virginian, fiom Honolulu.
KAIIUI.IW -Sailed Oct. fi:
S. S. Virginian, for Illlo.
Mondnv. Oct. 5. 1908.
SAN 1'UANCISCO Alliveil Oct. I:
S. S. Mexican, from Sallna Cruz.
Ilk. Andrew Welch, hence Sopt.10.
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed Oct. 4:
llktu. Irmgnrd, for Honolulu.
SAN I'KANCISCO Sailed Oct. T,
H. S. A. T. Thomas, for Honolulu.
NHWPOIIT NHWS Sailed Scpt.C:
S. S. Hermlston, for Honolulu.
IIONOII'lf Sailed Oct 3:
Sch. Jas. Holph, for K.111 I'Vanrlsco.
I'lllLADIILI'HIA or NKW YORK
Arrived Oct. I:
Ilk. Tooling Sucy. with tigging mid
Friday. Oct. 2, 1908.
POUT TOWNSL'ND Arrived Oct. 1:
Hktn. Klikltnt. fiom Illlo Sept. 10.
YOKOHAMA ArrlVod Oct. 2:
S. S. Mongolia, hence Sept. 21.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. 2:
S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
VICTORIA Ai rived Oct. 3:
Ilk. Cnriad.ile, heme Sept. !).
Thursday, Oct. 1, 1908.
KAIIUI.I'I Arrived, Sept. 30:
Brli. Unhurt Searles, f 10111 Nozo.
KUREKA-r-Anlved Sept. 30:
S. S. Honiioi'd, hence Sept. 1G.
PORT TOWNSHNIJ Arrvil. Sept. 30
Sch. Minnie A. Cnlnc, fiom Illlo
H. R.-LAB1I MEETING
The Dome Hule-Luborlti) eaudl
dates will hold their meetings duilng
thu week at the following places.
Tuesday, Oil 13, 1 tinier of King
mid Knmchnmchii IV load, near thu
Kiimehiiniejia Pieparnlory. On Wed
iirsday, the 1 Ith, at Nlolopa. On
Tlinihday, tho lfith, at W'nlklki-wal
On Krlday, the. lfith. at Kevvalo; and
nn S.ituiday, tlio 17th, at Gvvu.
Satin day he even slood by the gato
at the Alllolnnl fair mid tackled all
the voters who euleied, It Is too
bad that so much earnest effoit
should lie wasted' liT'so , Hopeless u
battle as that which AinliTMin Is
"Af Ill's allosnllons. that I have
knlllcd tho'iiariy in my dlstilrt, me,
or couise, falso," stated High Sheriff
Wlllluin Henry this morning lo a
II 11 I I e I I 11 man. "I have 110 doitlit
hut that tiny will ait like a bounnr-
nng, levelling uguliibt lilui liefoiu tliu
'election takes plnie."
I Precinct Orflanlzed.
Hio Itepiilillcans or the now third
precinct or the K0111H1 Dlslilcl held a
well attended ail eiitliusluhllo meet
ing last evening nt the Hanhl TrniiKlt
hlied at Young and Alexander slteels.
i no precinct eluli was organized wltli
llio rullowlng ollleeis: I'rosldent
fleoignl'. Deiilniu; flrst vleo president,
1. .vi. laioKe, ax ; heeoml vleo lirosl
deiil, .1. Iv. l'.ilcuu.ij seeretury, 1M
Invvso; tie.isuier, S. Do Kreeat.
Judges or KlcclUm C. K. Hopkins
AlHeil Cooper. Clias. Knn.iii.
Kxeciilive Couimltteo Chas. Hon, II,
i'. hnimnons, .1. v. Vlvnchaves, .1. Kim
11100, tleorgo Mallo.
Coluinlttco on Rules W. T. Rawlins,
C. K. Ilopklus, O, Charlock.
TueBday. Oetober 13.
Ciulsers West Vliglnla, Mnrylniiil.
Peniisvlviinln and South Dakota and
destroyers Stewart, Perry, Preblo and
Hull of V. H. P.ielllc Moot, tium I'ngo
Pago, 11 11. in.
U S. Cruiser uoiornun, ironi aan
rranclsco, 11 11. in.
Tuesday, October 13. v
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Mr Mnnlla via
(llliUU, 3- p. 111.
Stnir. .Mnuna Ken, for lino ami wny
poils, 12 noon.
Stnir. .Maui, Hrnliii, for Mam, ioun,
and Kau, noon.
Stnir. llolene, Nelson, for llamnkua
IioiIk, 13 noon.
' SAILINCI TODAY
Stmr. V. (1. Hall, ror Kniuil ports, fi
Stmr. Ko An Hon, for Kuits.1 ports, fi
Stmr. Mlkahnla, for Moloknl ami
Maul ixirlH, fi p. 111
1i ulttir M.ntm, li!i I'ti.iniiiiti. fur
Miml mill Illlo. Ocl 19. Sun l.'at. Mini
i: Herrlott, Mrs. i:. S. Varney, Miss
Mumio Heiimeiier, jMiister 11. liny-
mond. Mrs. .1. II. Runiond, II. W. M.
Mini. W I.1111I7. Mrs Wniul. Mm. Per.
ry, .Miss P.. Wood, Miss V. Wood. Mrs.
.1. M. Seiinl, Miss ICIs.i llidir, .loliu
Scolt and wife. It. L. Auslln, .1. K.
Clark, A. L. C. Atkinson, J. II. Castle,
A. M. Cobrlnlia, I). II. Mm dock,, wlfo
mid four chlldicu, Queen, l.llluoknlanl
mid tbrco servants, John Aluiokii, .1.
A. ti.irmaii, W. South, S. Nekomoto
and wife. Rev. Tojodo, W. Tin Chung,
A. llelbert. ill- lli.vln.rl W (1 A, I.
ninn. It. P. Spalding. II W. Killers. W.
tiling. M. Phillips. J. Klrxlmul. Henry
Holmes, Mrs, ('. H. Wilglil and son. P.
V.. Thompson, C. II, Robeitsou, .lames
Porrest. C. I. Hosson. II T llnvucl.
den. Dr. A. II. Clark, C. Welters ami
vviiu, Koeua Kealolia, .Mrs, llissen ami
Child. II. II. IVllh'lllolV. A. It Tr.n.linir.
en, Mltii A II. Lewis, Miss .1. I). Lewis,
Mlas U. D. Siitberlaml, Miss II. Hoi
stelli. Rev S. I.. Desha, C. K. Notley,
.mis. i;. r. win ith, .Mrs. Akinl, Miss
Wiiiren. Mis. Allen and child.
Per slmr. Mnul. Hiiilin, for Maul,
Komi nud Kan. Oct. 13. Y. Noil lllng,
Pred Colbiiiii. Kenneth Sleunrt. Mrs.
Thus. i:. Cook nud two children, C. A
limns. Mis. Do Mello, Miss L Ynlos,
W. P. Drako mid friend. Miss Paris.
Mm. Paris. Miss P. It. Manioc. Miss
Schnoor, Mrs. Allen. Mrs. McWayne,
Oeo. W. A. llapal. Mrs. Harriett Un.
pal. I). Conway, C. II. Hall, Miss L.
Oomrelg. Miss L. ICaeo, .1. K. Kclllkoa.
Per P. M. 8. S. Korea, for Yokohama.
Oct. 12. Loo Chow. Mrs. L. A paint and
son, Pred Chun, Mrs. Y. L. Wong nnd
Infant, A. II. Poster, Mrs. Ah Hung.
Mr. and Mis. Albeit Sclinnr,.,- mi..
'Alice Donald. K. Niikainiira, p. Haiinl-
win, i.eo r. iiannig.iH, .MK j. i,iiii.
gall. Miss Helen Denhaiu, Dr. J. j.
do Pipcht nnd vviro.
Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Tcmiieratiires G it. ra 72; 8 n. in.
SI: in a. m.. 78: noon. SI: mornlm
ll.iroineter. 8 a, in.. 30.03; nbsoluto
himildlly. 8 a. ni 7.UI grains per
cubic root; relative humidity, 8 a. m,
fifi per cent; dow point, 8 a. in., t!8.
Wind K a. in., velocity 2, direction
N ; K a. in., velocity 3, dliectlnn K.;
in a, in., velocity !, direction N. 13.;
noon, velocity 8, direction N .13.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
Tqtal wind movement during 2t
houra ended at noon, 135 miles.
WM. il smr-k-MAM
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
saundp.hs ri:i:p, CAL.
Notlro Is hereby given that Suimd
ers Reef Whistling Huoy, SR2. located
3 8 mllo S.W. by S. fiom (hu outer
rock on Saunders Reef mid 7 1-2 miles
below Point Arena, heretofore leport
cil uilrlfl, was leplaeed October 3.
Hy older of tlio LlshUiousu Hoard.
TUP MANCHURIA sailed Saturday
Ironi Yokolianui Tor this poit. Sho Is
duo lino on tliu 2Cth, and will leavo
the same ufteiuoon .piohalily, for San
I'ranelseo. Sho has a largo cargo of
12(10 tons Uir this plaeu, and nsiin Tor
alinut ISO cabin jiassengers.
Till: .MA UNA KKA, Heleno. and tlio
Maul, on the Miiun.i l.o.i run, wore tho
depai lines ill tliu Inter.lHlnnd fleet in.
da.v noon. Tho Mauii.i Kca went out
on her icgular upi lo Miml and Illlo,
llio lleleno went tu llamnkua, und tha
Maul to Maid Ktina and Km.
THU U. S, A, T. Thomas sails tliH
nfleiuooii at 3 o'clock for Munlla via
Jlidco ltohlmnn'E. f!oiut:
Tenitory v, K. Anno; trial.
Tei'illoiv v. Klmi! Iilal
Jiidgu l.lndsiy'H Court
Meudoiiua v. Moikhiim; continued
Judgo Do Holt's Court:
Richards v. On Tal; continued.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors will hold
a meeting this oveulng nt which tho
I ouoi t of tlio eommlMon ,ii,iiti.i...i ...
Investigate tho matter of tlio charges
minium. iiKitiiitu HOilll 1.1111,1 Qoru of
Koolaupoko, will bu submitted unit
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens!
It is very well See a Wren, but the
Rtfr.Tt.?"' IS ftt the CHARLES
D. WAIKEIt'S l.CiT o.l iirriiTTiT.
WORKS, KING ST., opposite SOUTH.