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EVENING DULLBT1N. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, NOV. 10, 1908.
MSWIC 6t TBPli 1
, WEEKLY CALENDAR
Hawaiian Firet Degree.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Special.
1 III M.SDAV
Honolulu Commatijery Reg
ular, 5 p hi.
Hawaiian Third Dtflr
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3
All lnltlng member lit tho
On'ii" arc ciinli.iUy luvitcit to
aitend meetings uf local lodges
HARMONY LODdE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. V.
Meets every Monday evening nt
".30 iu 1. O. O. T. Hall, 1'ort Street.
E. U. HEN IJlt Y. Secretary
hkn. r. vtcuKiis, n. a.
All visiting biutheis very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets overy first nnJ third Fri
day evening lit 7:30 In IC of P Hall,
Collier Koit and Uoict.mla. Vlaltlng
brothers cuidlully Invited to attoud.
. U. DI-'l'IMNO, CO.,
J AS. W. WHITE, K.It.S.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodro No. 010, II. P. O.
K.. will meet lu tlielr hull on Klug
aear Kort Stioet ccry Friday even
ing. U order vl tho E. It.:
HENItY C. EASTON,
W1I. II. MtlNERNY, e. It.
Win. M'KIULEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Moeti'ovcry 2nd and UH Saturday
ovanlng lit 7:30 o'clock Iu IC. ot I'.
Hall, cor. Tort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
rsu'l. W. L I'RAZEB, C.C..
U. A. JACOl'iSOX, K.11.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Moots on tho 2nd mid 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month nt
7:8u o'clock In II. of P. Hull, comer
Deiet.uil.i nnd l'ort directs.
Vlbltiug Fugles aro Invited to nt
tond. V. L. m7.Ui:, V.., Prest.
II. T. JIOOriE, Sec'.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meetr every ftrit and third Tluirs
das of cich month at Knights of
Pythlns Hall. Vlsltlug brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. fi ARLI.IOH, Sachem.
A E. MURPHY, C. of It.
Thiee Now Models
"Now in Stock
Wc will oe pleased to place one on
trial a your ofllco of store.
Call or nnjj us up.
OFFICESUPPLY CO., Ltd.
931 Fort St. Tel. 143
At All Watchdcalcrs.
Agent (or Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT niul KING Sta,, Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done 07 tha
with their new FRENCH
257 lirretnnia St. Thone MDli
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. E. McXIOHE & CO.. AOENIS.
loi-ioo ;:ing st.
PHONE 140. P. 0. E0X 755.
in nit automobile is just the thing.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
r "fJKF BULLETIN ADS PAY -gr
ejktkMStllisiim i.. . ,. .,,.. t...,. ri
I Rip1 I
mat satisfy now j
bird nnd buyer.
Wc have ,w h n t
birds llko Man
na. 1 tit il f, iiul,
lllrd seed, nnd
Hint tonics. Thrso
arc from the Phil
ndeliihln II I r d
l'ood Co. and are
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort St.
j Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
storo at Eleeie.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now on the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT" AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fanov Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
Immediately following the
Presidential Election returns,
the price of Lumber advanced
materially in the States.
This advance will not af
fect Honolulu prices for a few
weeks to co'me.
Now is the time to buy lum
ber, if you contemplate build
ing. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call ub at any
time by telephone any one of these
Bulletin Want Ads. make it
easy to find either work or workers.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Ten good auto hacks. Phone C.
Oct your lunch at tho Now England
Bakery, Hotel street.
Property, Incomt and specific taxes
are duo and payable now. .-
Take your carriage, or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co, tor
up lojdate repairs.
Tho cake of Urobo Vs. Martin, In
assumpsit, will be hoard before Judge
Mrs. Chns ,1, Fnlk and son have re
turned from Kona and aro onco moro
domlllred nt the. Hawaiian hotel.
Judgo Dole will try two Japanese,
charged with Illicit distilling, tomor
row. T. M, Harrison represents the
On Installments ot 3 tr month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Benny ft Co, Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort St. Phone 488.
Non-resident members ot tho II. P.
0. Elks will confer, a favor upon Ho
nolulu Lodge No. G16 It they will send
In tlielr name and address to tho Sec
retary. P. O, box 610.
Gorham D. Oilman has written to
Secretary E. A. Mott-Smlth acknowl
edging tho memorial with which he
was presented by citizens here. Ho
thanks heartily all donors. ,
Mrs. Kcarns will hay0 delicious
homemade, mlncoment for thanksgiv
ing on sale at all the leading grocery
houses. Just as cheap nnd twice- as
nice as tho Imported article.
Antono Sllva, "The Punchbowl
Demon," was' bound ovor to tho Grand
Jury on a charge ot smuggling. vIlod
rlguos, the man1 who claims that ho
was a forced accomplice was bound
over on the same charge. , I " J
Reis & Qulnn are now' located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs BOo and f 1.00 By
the hour $5.00 -Special rates for
shopping and calling; ' '
T. Milner Harrison,, appeared this
morning before Judso .Andrado on
charges of malicious Injury ami of
threatening, but tho cnsesworo, con
tinued, and tho Court reloasedtho de?
fendant on his own recqgnlzarice. "
On account of the fact that W. A.
Kinney will bo detained on Kaiial, the-"
cases against Mosps Kokrwcro this
moinlng set over, until a week from
next Monday., lTh,o 'flr.st. case against
him on tho calendar Is the charge- of
embezzling ,tho" sum nt I18C5.
Tho voto for Delegate at ,tho Lo'per
Settlement wis 1-12 for jtuhlo, 86 fof
Notlcy. arid 84; (dr McCandjcss'.' The
Republican candidate . for Sheriff.'
Walamau, was,, elected,, Imt the .Demo
cratic candidates for' tho,Senalo"hrid
House received a majority of tho
United States District Attorney
Iireckcms has received a letter from
Washington upholding tho stand that
ho took In tho Edmunds case of Au
gusta Walsh, to tho effect that a pre
vious inai in a Territorial Court was
a bar to further trial In tho Federal
Kancmorl, a Japanese, appeared In
tho Polco Court this morplng on a
charge ot seduction, tho complaint
having bce'n sworn to by a Japancs'e
lady, named Klml Shimada, who nl
leges that tho defendant broko a prom
ise of marriage. Tho caso was con
tinued. Tho directors of Kahuku nlantatlnn
have undertaken o makq the changes
In the camp at Kahuku recommended
by the Board of Hoalth oil uccdtmt of
tno epidemic or Uphold fovor tljere.
Tho question of removing the camn to
another location will nwalt ,the return
of Manager Adams from Europo,
Acting Attorney General Vhltnoy
ecelved a lettot from Attorney Gen
eral Ilcnlenway at .Washington this
morning, stating that ho1 was about, to
tako up the Hawaiian cases before the
Supremo Court. Tho Ictterwas writ
ten on October 24th, and all tho Ha
waii cases wcro set for trial on Oct
A party of citizens. Including Dr. A.
N. Sinclair. John Walker, Captain
Parker, Col. C. J, McCarthy. Henry
and .Foster Dals niyl Jphn Markham,
reported at (bo Board of Health dfflco
yesterday that (hey had foiind quan
tities of mosquito "wrigglers" In tKb
catch-basins .of the storm i-cwcrs In
tho Mnklkl district.
Rublta. a Japanese who furnlshml
somo Information to n Japanese1 paper
regaruing mo private affairs or .an
other Japanese, .was.thls morning' flricil
HBO nnd costs, Judgo Andrade find
ing hjm guilty or. JlbeJ In tho second
dogreo. Tho defendant liad requested
that the information ho gae lie pub
lished, .and ho. had his wish.
Several of tho resorts at Iwllol wero
l,w.t,n,l Inn, nlnkl n u .. II It .' .
w,,v..vu (uqi.dibiu. ttuu iiiu iiuuco mane
a raid, resulting In tho arrest of a
whito woman anJ several Japanese
men, who nro suspected of procuring.
The police complain thut whllo sev
eral Japancso womon are violating Iho
law, llioy are so well guarded by
watchers that It has been found Im
possible, to catch thorn.
A gng if about n dozen ypung
wharfrats was arrested this after-
uuuii, unu aro now oeing Held ror In
vestigation. They wore' told by a po
lice Ofllcor to knml' nwiiv frnm a ..ob
tain place, and retorted by trying1 to
iiiuii uio omcer, wno nad to floe. Ho
sent in a call for assistance, which
was speedily sent from tho station,
and a bunch pt,(ho young fellows was
taken Into custody.
A Most Bstoellestt Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Go.,
0e S. KING ST.
IHE BE8T "FnTBES" IN TOWN.
GET READY FOR REVISION
WASHINGTON, b. C, Nov. 9. The Itepubllran members of the Wnys
and Means Committee of the House had a conference today on tariff
revision preparatory to public hcarjngs.
". i" iai i
JAPANESE BUDGET COMPLETE
TOKIO, Japan, Nov, 9, The Imperial budget Is nearly complete.
Tho receipts aro $013,030,000., including the mi r pi us of ir,2, 240,000.
Tho expenditures total $543,630,000., Including a war account of f 11,-
910,000., nnd the sum ot 114,600,000, postponed from the previous year.
i '.i. i an
DESTRUCTIVE FOREST FIRES
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov 9. Forest llros are raging In Tennessee,
Kentucky, and AlafJama. Millions of feet of timber have been burned
nnd as much more Is threatened.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 9. The Army War College was opened
today. It was addressed by Secretary Hoot and Generals Hell and With
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 9. D. W. Dwlnncll. n Republican
Prcs Identlal elector, and three others, have been Indicted for land
m i ..a. i
BIDS FOR UTAH OPENED
WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 9. Bids for tho construction ot the bat
tleship Utah have been opened.
TREASURER AGNEW DEAD
L ff WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov. 9.
ABnllZZl SOON TO
HAVE NEW RANK
Rome. Nov." 2. Tho Duko of Abruz-
il will "bo promoted to tho rank of
Rcar-'A'dhilral about November 15th.
tho date which coincides with the pub
lication of his book on the Ruwenzorl
expedition, In Africa.
Tho rorrcanondent Is assured that
the delay of the Abrurzl-Elklns wed
ding la hot due to any hitch or to
freshdlfflcultlc raised by membrcs of
the ''royal family who aio opposed to
Tho objections of Dowacer Queen
Margherltn, It Is snld, arc absolutely
powerless to prevent the marrlago or
tp'Jdduce tho Duke to break hlti en
gagdtnent, ,as. his determination and
aptitude' for 'overcoming obstacles aro
well known, Queen Margherltn never
pnpcjsolhe ( marrlago opencly. She
disapproved of (ho match, but as tho
King, who Is head of tho family, gave
his consent, her disapproval has d la
appeared.. CHINA BRINGS
(Continued from Pase 1.
II remaining nt Fort Duchesne,
Utah. Tioop8 F and O, Eighth Cav
alry, now at Fort Yellowstone, are
ordered to Fort Huachuca, A. T., with
tho headquarters of tho squadron,
and Troojis E and II ot tho Eighth
Cavalry, now at Fort Yellowstone,
aro ordered to Fort Apache, A. T.
Squadron headquarters und two
troops ot the Third Squadron, Third
Cavalry, to b'e designated by tho
tquadron cnmrmlndcr, arc transferred
f fom Fort Snm Houston, Tcx to Fort
Wingate, the garrison post.
The fallowing transfers nnd assign
ments were made, Incident to these
movements of troops: Captain NIs
ton. Fifth Cavalry, from Troop II to
Troop I.; Captain Hall, samo regi
ment, from Troop F to Troop If;
Captain Connell, Fifth Cavalry, tin
assigned, assigned to Troop O; Ma
jor Benson of tho Fourteenth Caval
ry, transferred to Iho Fifth Cavalry
and directed to report to tho Secre
tary ot the Interior for appointment
as superintendent of tho Yellowstone
National Park; Mnjbr nlshoj, Fifth
Cavalry, transferred to tho Four
Tho San Francisco Chronicle for
November 3 says:
Tho War Department Is contem
plating a now Army post In tho vi
cinity of Honolulu, and a board ot of
ficers has been named to select a slto.
Among them will bo Major Saniuol
V. Dunning, Twentieth Infantry, and
Major Fred. W. Foster, Fifth Cav
alry, Colonel Walter S. Schuyler recent
ly received orders to proceed to Ho
nolulu In command of headquarters,
band, and the First and Third Squad
rons of tho Fifth Cavalry. Ho will
locate a cantonment about twenty
miles from Honolulu, which may ul
timately become a cavalry post.
On the other hand, thero aro fea
tures which may establish a post
within four miles of Honolulu and
nearer the transport docks. Tho
ground which 'tlio cavalry troops will
occupy has many advantages for a
post. Thero afo thousands ot acres
well adapted for maneuvers, besides
which thero 1b an ample water sup
ply. The orders for the movement ot
tho cavalry troopB require that horse
all Impedimenta and n field-service
equipment sail from this port nbout
Tho equipment for a permanent
camp will leave here on tho trans
port of December Sth,
There Is an acridity and a daring
about trills fellow Haskell of the Stuto
ot Oklahoma, which Is zestful. At this
dlstaneo wo aro rather Inclined to like
him. Pails (Mo.) Mercury.
-J. II. Agncw, Treasurer of Man!-
BY ALASKA MINER
Taconia, Wash., Oct. 27. After
squandering n fortune of SI 50,000 lit
the rain of $3000 a day, William V.
Campbell, a prospector who spent
twelve years In Alaska searching tor
gold nnd who sold a group of claims
recently for $130 000 cash, coming
back (ben to civilization to .enjoy him
self, has arrived In Tncoma from
Southern California, on his way hick
lo the Copper Illver district and Forty
At Seattle, Portland, Tnromn, San
Francisco, Los Angeles nnd San Di
ego Campbell spent money like n
prince with cxlinustless resources, and
bo had $140 left yesterday. Ho Is a
picturesque character, and docs not
lament his meteoric and expensive
visit to tho Stales. Campbell picked
up n retinue of "good fellows" when
ho started upon pic trip, and his hotel
hills alone, amounted to $170 dally.
Asked concerning opportunities In
Alaska, Campbell said: "I'm going
back. It lequlres some grit, of course.
A man may strlko it any time, nnd
might bc'rninu a millionaire In a day.
If cue Is fuotlboso and free and has
plenty of slick In him I ndvlo him to
go Into the Corpcr River district or
the Forty-Mile country. Thero aio
aril and fil .t.t.nrt mi I f In a lliom"
PARIS. France, Oct. 28. Paris Is
taking time by the forelock. M. Gus
tavo Moiln, owner of a large houso
on tho Boulevard Bonno Nouvelle,
has arranged n loof garden with ev
ery facility as a station and garngo
for noioplnnes. All the now leasea
in me Dunning contain a clause lor
tho consent of tenants to the limowi
tlon. Morln sas tho day of aerial ve
hicles Is here, but that thciu Is no
ptaeo Iu Paris for them to Iiiuii.
There Is, be says, too much trafllc In
tho stiecls, and public places nro
blocked with monument so ho Is
glad to bo tho first to remedy the dlf
llculty and lo eneourngo progress.
Irbn uprights piojcctlng over the
roof form tho support of a largo
shed, with a second movabla loof,
which can bo opened on tho approach
of a flying machine. Thero is also
space in the building for a tool shop
nnq reservoir or gasoline, m, Marin
has sent Invitations to Wilbur.
Wright nnd Santos-Dumnnt to In
spect tho first structuro ot this Mnd
Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Temperatures 0 a, m., 00; 8 a. m..
73; 10 a. in., 74; noon, 75; morning
)l,iroiicti'i' 8 a. m.. 29.92: absolute
humidity, 8 n. m., 5.000 grains per
culilo foot' irlat(vo humidity, 8 a. m.,
o per eeir; cow point, 8 a. in., 57.
Wind 0 a. in., velocity 5, dliectlon
N. E.; 8 a. m.. velocity 3, direction E.;
10 a. m., voloclty 8, direction W.;
noon, velocity 9. direction S W.
Rainfall durjng 21 hours ended 8 n.
Total wind movement dmlng 24
hours ended at noon, lis nilles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
to neglect one's Eyes, but it is also
RUINOUS. Don't do it.
M m . MMlJTYi RsKV7ir --I-..aSSfBlll
IN TOREIQN POBT8
Tuesday, November 10.
Sallna Cm?. Sailed Nov 7.
8. S. Columbian, fur Ban I'i.uicIbco
SAM FRANCISCO Arrive I Nov. 111.
8. S. Lur.ino, 9 it. m., henco Nov
Ilk. It. P. Rlthet, hence Oct. 20,
SAN ritANCISCO-Sallid Nov. 10:
H, S. Maniicliuili, 1 p. m., for llon.i-
L WATERFRONT NOTES f
Tlin'MAUNA I.OA nrrl.ed earls
this morning fiom Kent with the fid
lowing freight: 1231 Ings tnfte. 271
bags turn, fi bass ginger, 25 b igs chnr
ro.il, 3 bales tobacco, 95 bundles lu
lianas, 10 barrels manges. 20 cases or
nnges, 15 barrels dried fish, 18 cases
dried fish, 4 empty gas drums, H
empty wine barrels, 28 pieces W. II
lumber. 2 keas butter. 20 bundles
hides, 2 crates pigs, 1 rrate turkeys, 1
crate dog, 15 cratei chickens, 2 horses,
lS.caltes, 30 head cattle, 175 packages
sundries. Piiiser Frlcl of the Manna
Loa repoils the following sugar on
Hawaii: Hontt-ipn 1001, Pim.iluu 3450.
THE MAIJNA KEA, with a large
list of passengers, sillied nt noon lodnj
lor llllo. She nlso look a cnnsldi'i
ablu amount of miscellaneous freight.
It Is said that she wilt bring a num
ber of well known Illlulli's on her re
Till: CLAUDINl: vvlli return fiom
tllto on Thin sduy moinlng. Shu will
rail nt lur regular port on Maul be
fore making Honolulu.
THE KINAU will arrive tomorrow
from Kntinl. It Is expected that she
will bring a large load of freight fiom
tho Garden Island.
THK STEAMER W. G. Hull will de
pot t for Kami today, sailing nt 3
o'clock. She will return on Sunday.
THE STEAMER I.lkellkc left fin
Mahukona and way ports nt 12 o'clock
today. She was filled with plantation
THE MIKAHALA will leave at 5
o'clock this nfterjioon for Molokal,
laKing passengers and fi eight.
Station At Makiki is
Visited and Work
A party composed uf menibeis of
tho Hawaiian Sugar Phiuleis' Ai,soei.i
Hon paid n visit to the Experiment
Station tit Mnklkl this morning. The
ltois wero shown over the plant bj
Dr. Perkins: and Mr. Lewtim-Ilrnln nnd
tho work which Is being carried on
was cxjilalned In detail,
Tho planters showed great luleiest
li tho Experiment Station nnd e
piossed much tyitlsfactlnn nt the work
being accomplished The director!'
were highly commended for whit the
hnvo accomplished and, with iinanlni
ous consent, (bo visitors oxpiessed
their approval of tho establishment.
This afternoon the phinteis will go
Into hcsslou nt their looms in Miy
Judd building to boar iovci.il Inter
esting papcis which luxu been pro
paied for Iho occasion.
Among tho principal papers will bo
one by Noel Deerr, "Si nopals of Mill
Reports," and another by the same
author entitled "Slim I Talk on Va
rieties of Sugar Cane." Dr. II. L,
I.) on will lead n valuable paper on
"Flower of Sugar Cane."
AFTER TEN YEARS
(Continued from Paza 1
nctlvo if.tit in tho coming Slirluer
festivities. Ills wldo experience as a
tutor of the promising neophytes will
be taken full advantage of and thu
ofllco of Lord High Aiehltect ot
Trials and Tilbulntlons has been
originated hy Aloha Temple In his
honor. Ho will be tho llrst Noblo to
occupy the now post.
Col. Fllmer's visit will bo of par
ticular Inlciest to National Guard i
men, Fiom n private ho iot,e to bo
rolonel of tho First Infiintr), N. (V.
C, ictlrlng from tho command of the
icglmont two years ugo.
MR. HARR HAS L0ST A WATCH
(Continued from Pace 1)
dry's Wateihiiry Is Itself an luteiest
Ing pleco of niechnnlsm, for tho Mai
shal stated Hint It had been lu China
nnd In Seattle. Hut Mr Hurr could
not tee his wav clear to mako liho ot
It, and consequently ho lemnlna
STOLE MARCH ON RIVALS
(Continued from Pr U
pieetlng, with music, a toirlillght pro
cesslnii, snieehes, nnd other featuics.
Tho RepuMleaii loaders who have
clinigo of hlelr meeting, could not bo
found this afternoon, and tlioso mem
bers of tho Centtal Committee who
woio located know nothing ns to
whether their meeting would bo post
poned or bo held at some other placo.
Bulletin Business Ofllre Pbnnn onn
Eulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Tuesday, November 10.
Stmr. Manila I ma, from Komi nnd
K.iu poits, n. in.
P. M. S. S. China, 1-rlcle, from Sim
li niiclscii, n. m.
Monday, November 0.
Stmr Iwnlanl, Self, for .Mnliiikmil,
Hnmiknii and Kukulli.iele, 5 p. in.
Stmr Nncuii, for Kauai pott3, 5 p. tu
Tuesitaj, woveiiiiwr i".
Stmr. Manna Ku.i, Kii'cm.tn, for tllto
and was pons, 12 noon.
' Simr. Mlk.ili.ila. for Molokal mid
Jlnul ports. 5 p. m
fetinr. W. . Hull, Thompson, fJi
Kdii.iI polls, S p. m.
P. M. S. S. Chin i, Filele, for okii
hama, 5 p. m.
' C-A. S. S. Mo.in.i, fiom Iho Cob
Slim. Klnau, Grcgoiy, from Mak-i-well,
it nf. .
i DUE THURSDAY
V . A. T. Sheil'lmi, friim S:m
Per S. S. China, from Kan l'niu
elsio, Nov. .'!, Ilonoliilii: It. M. An
thony, Father llelssel, Miss Mlnnlo
SI. Ileecher, .Mrs. Allen M. Ilojlc. Mis.
Harriet C. Coleman, Ml-j Einiltiei
Cioss, Father Cotittiiaux, Mrs. E r.
Ctinhn, Mbu N. Center, . Miss II.
Campbell, Mlhs M. Campbell', M. Ivan
D.ivv, Hoince l)ow, Max EeUbarl, Mir.
Ellis, Gcorgo rilnier, Mrs. A. 0.,,
Frlque, Miss Marguerite Krlquc, Mi
Beatrice Holdswoith, Mrs. C. It. Hop
kins, W. J. Ke.ily, Father Konre, F.
V. King, Mrs. (1. (i. Lcnnrit, Mrs. (5.
L. Mcloclic, Father Joseph Nye, Dr.
V. A. Norgaaid, E. Parker, II. A.
Heed, Giirgo Reams, George Ross,
Mis. Ocoigo Ross, Geoigo M. SluiW,
Chas. E. Stokes, Mrs. finite Siiiniue.'
lield. Mister .lack Suninierllcld, Ml.-u
Leona Suiumcrllold, S. M. Stock, E.
It. Stackable, Mrs. E. It. Stackablc,
Mis. M. J. Snedeker, Miss Maiy
Smith, Mrs. O. L. Saunilers, Miss .lo
eepblno S.tMidan, Father Ulrloli
Tiiiibe, C. C. Wllbon, Mrs. C. C. Wil
son, For Yokohama: II. Appllu, Ed
win d llosshnrt.'Eltaro Komnkl, F. W.
Vollman. Kobe: Alnsllo W. Wnller.
Shanghai: P. L. lljrne, Mrs. Katl.ei
ino L. Stevenson. Hongkong: II. I.,
llaggerly, John Bliss, BUI Burns, W.
II. Burr, Joo Cuitls, 11. D.inzlg, Jim
Delehiinty, BUI novcrcnux, Miss Win
ifred Dutt, J. 1). Dawmn. AiTmlrnl Sir
.liiniei Ersklnc, Lady IhsUtnc, MHJ
V. Ersktiie, Mll.o Fisher, Mis. M.
Fisher, P.it Flabeily, G. Gruney, Mrs.
I esse G. Beekjoril. II. E. Gibson, Jan.
II. Helm, George lllldebiand, Mrs. G.
Illlitebianil, Win. Ilellmiillcr, Joseph
Maguer. Roy MeArdle, II. L. McLnur
tn, W. .1. Sliedwlek, Miss JIury F.
"heilvvlck, L R. Stroup, (' L. Tlnl.'T,
Jlrs. F. F. Wright. Nick Williams.
Per slmr Manna lu, SIiuoisimi,
tiom Kmn, 5:33 a, m., Nov. 10. Fat'i
er brliutln Father Henry. S. Alto, T.
H. RobliiKon. Miss S. F. Rose, It It.
Elgin. J. Sakal Miss S. S.ikil. Geonw
Nagiisa, Rev. G. .. Kopa, Judgo W 1 .
Stanley, Miss (!. Miciunlier. C. M.t
i-'iimbei, J. L. Maeiimber, E. L. SI rout,
S. E. Rodger. L. Hodgeis, Dr. L H.
Thomiison, W Ah Hip, Chas. Alibi, J.
K. Kekniila, .1. S. Ferrv. .1. M. Vlva.i.
F. L. Leslie, Father Charles, Falliei
Gerard. Sam l.lftro, Mls.i Mooio, Phl4
lip Cotilho, .1. Cticrpei-, Mrn .1. A. Ml
goon, Mrs. V., J. Fall; ami dilld. A. I.,
tiieeiinell, IVther IMwnds. .1. N S.
Wtlllnms. Wn K (V.inwell. M. V.
fiohhcr. .1. T. Slnw. Win. Allen. Jr..
Master Dcdlm.i, T. Tatea, If. Kojliu i,
.Mrs. K. KoJIiui. Mlis Aokl, Putin r
Mum us, Geo. Fieeland, Win. While. -J.
Per stmr Jlaun.t Kea, Nov. in '
Mrs. II. ( Coleman. Itov II P. .lull,
A. F. Judd. S. Toplltz, W N. Rellin
ger, II. P. Baldwin mil wife Mrs ;,
lliiyselden, A. W. Cirler mid lanilly,
Mis. C. A Biitliiiiiuu mid child. Mi-a
('. Itoss, J. BeiKhtiom, Miss Jliiiime,
E. II. Moses and wlfo, .Mrs. J. M. Hale.
Per O S. S, Alameda, for Sin Friii'
Cisco, Noy 18. C. KiIroii. Mln Me
Cuilileu, Miss EdT.n, Caitor (2), ills.
iiinlilimi, Jlrs O. I Bayard Mlhs II.
Wooilworil, C. A. Brims, F U. Thnnip
urn, C. II. Wells M. .1 l.hids.iv. i
Gosllnsky .Oovcinor Fiear. M Tnwrr,
b. loputz. sir. mil Mis. Fimlk. N'..iv.
ell, Geo. l'llmor. Mr. nnd Mm v. r
Per S. 8. China, fur (be Orient. Nov.
II. John Jackson. Rov. K. v. Timin -
W. O. Hull. Jo i- Kimi.
Nov in F.
H. Ilnrcli, Paur Is
Nov, 10. F,
Piesldeut 11. L. Wlnclu.ll ,.r ih ni.i.
cugo Hock Island & Pnclllo Railway
compaiiy, Now Yml;, sn,i tranic on his
ni.iiis.iciiiioi 1ms leturned to iilmost
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycie
Motor. K175 flfininlolA
.Tin..CHABUa D. WALKERS, BOAT
ANU MACHINE WORKS
Kiiij St. opposite South St.
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