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EVENING BULLETIN, ItONOUJMJ, T. It.
FRIDAY. SEPT. 24, '1969.
I Ltahl Chapter Ho. 2 Regular.
' Honolulu Commandcry -Red
All visiting members ot the
order are cordially tavltcd to
I , ioni meetings ot local lodge
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eUUMUHX LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Metis rry Jionday evening l
I J In L 0. O. F Hall, Kurt Street.
t E. R. HKNUKY, Secretary.
! f. d. icke, n. o.
All visiting brother a very cordUll)
i 0U LODSE, No. 1. K. of P.
hteeta every first ana third Krl
', toy evsnlug at 7:ii la K. ot 1'. Hall,
' sffDer r'ort aud Doretnnlu. Visiting
,-' ferfttb 'i- cj'ili.i'.ly Invited to attend.
V. U. NUUENT, 0. C.
It. UOSLINQ. K. It. 0.
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jeNOIUlU LODGE GIG, D. F. 0. E.
'Honolulu Lodgo Ko. GIG, 13. 1'. O.
as, meet in tlie!r hall, on King
Met, near Fort, ovcry Friday even-
Visiting Urolhors aro cordially
BVltid to attend.
t J B. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
ii. u. labium, secy.
J01DIU AERIE 140, F. 0. .
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD-
tSSUAV evenings of each month at
it; JO o'clock In Ii. ot P. llnll, cornet
CPtfotanla and Fort streets.
.Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
W. M. McCOY, W Trest.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
Wa. H'lONLEY LODGE No.8, KolP.
& Meets every ind and 4th Saturday
tvenlng nt 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot 1'.
AMI, cor. Tort and Horetanlu. Visit
KM brothers cordially Invited to at-
, ; F. II. MrGREW, C. C.
V E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
V . .M
. HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ovcry first and third Tliurs-
-ilajTi of encb month nt Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachctu.
I, L V. TODD, C. of R.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Milk Is pleasant and whole
some. -There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
EgasBaffigSHSffgffigM11 II II "Mill
I Piano Tuning
. Expert work nt moderate prices.
i. ' i Bcrgstrom Music Cc, Ltd.
tj -, Odd Fellows' Bldrr.
L FOR SALE AT ALL BASS
FAra Your Clothes Faded?
; THE FRENCH LAUNDRY,
J. Ahadie. Tron..
Is the atrent for
F.' Thomas Djiiis Works of S. F.
Received ex Alameda n New Ship
fincSt of Latest Styles in '
10P.8 HUUANU St
'PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
IfJivc it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
tftooA. Write for booklet to P. 0.
WW? . .
EHflO, ii. iJAVJLfab cc i;u., jutr.rua.
"For kaie" cards a Oulletln.
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving.
1128 Tort St. Til. 109.
Your machine will be ready (or
you when we say it will be; We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm -Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUI1DIHQ.
5 Telephone 5
C. tl. Behn
Proprietor and Imager.
Comer Alnkca nr.i Hotel Street.
The kind that fit.
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
King, near Sonth,
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kini; and Bishop Sts.
ALE THE'FITTINGS FOR
Agents for the Kissel Ear and
Bells, Private Telephones.
Chances to Light Wiring.
Union Elcotrio Co..
Beautiful New Hats
Now on view at
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Bcretania.
Levy's for Groceries
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
032-938 Fort St. Tel. 52
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 65S.
M. A. Gunst & Co
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck, See his curios, '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for Mle
at the Bulletin office for Ave cent,
Is ene Inoh thick, made up of two hun
dred theett of good paper. Six for a
Call and see Mlko Faton at tiio Kn
core. Get your hat cloaned nt the I-oadlng
Hat Cleanor, 11.64 Fort street.
An cxpcrlenceil lady accountant de
ulres a imsltlon. See nil, this Issue.
Jnck Cordoll was onu of ilia men
In Kaufman's corner during his fight
with Jack Johnson.
Faxon ninhop. president of C. llrow.
er & Co., leaves October 2 for a three
wcokg trip to tho mainland.
Down nt Dick's- ovary Saturday,
turkey lunch nil clhcr rot eshments,
Royal Annex liar. All ato Invited.
W. If. Avery, assistant general man
nger of Iho Toyo Klsen Kalsha line,
was a through passenger on tho Tcnyo
Acting Shipping Commissioner A.
Rranco will pay off tho crew of thu
bark Knlulaul this afternoon nt 3
Win. McKlnloy Lortgo No. 8 will
Klvu n (lanco In K. of I', halt this oven
Ing. All Knights, their families! mid
friends nro Invited,
Ren Williams, manager of tho II. C.
A S. Co. ranch. Is returning on tho
Clamllno this eienlng. Mr. Williams
Is accompanied by his wife.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Iti cooling
Mid preservative properties California
Feed Co agents.
S. Suglmoto; n member of tho Jap
ancso Foreign Affairs Department, nr
rhed on tho Tenn Mnru yesterday to
Join tho local staff of tho Jnpai;et,u
The Associated Oarage today re
ceived by thn Alameda two Chalmers
Detroit cars a roadster nnd a touring
ear. They nro beautiful specimens of
nutomobltcs, and Manager Murray Is
delighted with them.
II. 1. Bnvngc, chemist ot tho Hn
nnllan Commercial Co., nt I'uuncno,
Maul, returned on ,tho Alameda this
morning from tho Coast, where ho
nnd his brldo havo been spending their
honeymoon. They lenvo on tho Claud-
Ino this afternoon for their homo on
Royal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
191. The only garage in town
where you can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha
liewa. Leilehne trips a specialty.
Automobile repairing a soecialty.
Special attention given to the mak
ing of gears and nil parts of auto
mobiles. George S. Wells, Manager.
Tho finances of tho Territory arc
being materially benefited through tho
work being prosecuted by Deputy At
torney General Sutton In connection
with tho collection of delinquent sow
er rates In tho District Court. Of tho
sultH that have been brought to a con
clusion favorable to tho Territory Iho
sum of $10 527.85 has been collected
nnd a laigo amount will undoubtedly
be collected through tho suits yet
landing. Tho dower rate suits havo
all been placed In Sutton's hands by
Attorney General Homenwuy.
JOHN Q. WOOK IS. .
' HOST AT MILAN
John Q. Wood, lato of Honolulu
and well known throughout tho Ter
ritory, Is apparently having n good
tlmo nt Ills prcsont pobt as Vlco Con
bill at Milan, Italy. Tho Paris edition
of, tho New York Herald of July 10th
gives an account of an elaborate re
ception given by Mrs. John Q. Wood
on July 4thi Thero Is a long list of
of guests printed nnd It was apparent
ly tho event df tho day In consular
circles at Milan.
Tho copy of Iho paper containing tho
recount w.-ib received by Governor
Tho stcamor Pleiades, Captain Arm
strong; which arrlvod off port last
night, camo In this' morning and
docked nt tho railroad wharf, whero
rho commenced to' dlschargo her
freight of 3700 tons. Owing to her
having on board explosives sho flow
tho red flag on her foremast, whero
It will remain until they aro unloaded.
Sho mndo tho trip from San Fran
cisco In tight, days. 5 hours and thirty
minutes. It Is said that sho will re
turn to San Francisco direct, after
leaving this port, taking a large (ship
ment or pineapples.
THE STEAMER W. G. Hall sailed
yostorday afternoon- for Kauai ports,
leaving hero at C o'clock.
L . Bulletin Business Offioe Phone-258.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
llto 5 years,
A' 32 Jtoom
20 ROOMS FURNISHED.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
BB S, King St,
No Dampnnii ' No Bags.
City Transfer Co.
Jas. H. Love
Explorer Cook Greeted
By A Thousand Guests
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. -A .thousand members nnd guests 'verc piv.-
t-nt nt tho banquet given by the Arctic Club of America to Dr Cook to
night Dr. Cook described his vo)iige nnd adventures In ilctnll nnd dep
recated, any argument between lilmsilf nnd Pcniy. Ho stated t!ut iln1
honors nre sunlclent for nil and tliut it matters little who haynuiiiMi to
find the poto first,, ,
STORM AND TIDAL WAVE.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 23. A terrific liiirrlamo with tremendous
rnlns swept over this city today. Tho waterfront was devastated by tho
tldnl wave that was forced up by the wind, and ,100 houses were destroy
ed. Hundreds of persons were drowned or eiuslird by fulling ruins nnd
thousands arc homeless nnd wandering through the streets of tho upper
city without food or shelter.
CHINESE MAKES SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT.
OAKLAND, Sept. 23. Fung Uuep, a Chinese aviator, made the
flrBt successful flight In n tuotor-drhen aeroplane ever nccompllshrd on v
the Pacific Coast hero today. Tho distance he traveled was half a tulle.
Until the Bturt nnd tho alighting of tho machine, were quite successful.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 23. lodges Wilson and Atulenrrld .today
wcro agreed to as arbiters In the till ty-mllllon-dnllat- suit biought by
tho Pennsylvania Rcllnlng Company ngalnst the American Refining
MILLIONS OF CIGARS.
MANILA, Sopl. 23. -The Immente demand for Manila i-lgms on tho
malnlnnd since tho duty was raised was shown by the cargo vhlppcd
aboard tho Siberia today. It consisted of four million choice weeds.
HAVOC WROUGHT IN SYRIA.
IIOMS, 8yrla, Sept. 23. Torrential rains nnd high winds today
wrought hnvnc nil tluough the country. Lnto rop3 were destroyed by
force of tho wind nnd rain, nnd the people me In u stute of panic.
DAMAGE BY STORM.
PARIS, Sept. 23. A eevcro wind storm accompanied by earthquake
crossed almost Ihc cnllro country today. In the South there v.-as con
siderable damage, both from the hurricane and tho earthquake.
HARCELONA, Sept. 23. A icIUIcni procession parading tho city
was nttneked by n mob of fanatical rioters hero today. Ileforo tho police
could quell the riot, two were hilled and llfty-slx wounded.
PRESIDENT TAFT ON VAY WEST.
MONTROSE, Sept. 23. President Toft left hero for Salt Lake City
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G. W. McDougall, Prop,
A cameo brooch has been lost,
Orders taken for cnlendnrs and ad
vertising novelties hv thn Chns. IL
Frailer Co., 122 King street.
Prompt delivery, courteous service ' ?""', "'''"'' "" cMu-ct i.a Is
and good goods nt r.ovy's. Ring up' ff0'.'??1 , W' w- Wrlsl,t ,C"
Levy's'for groceries. Pliono 70. I '"'V ' ,,v" ' ",c'r ,,,nl,,0; ,mc" I'""0
Fresh U'hnhnrdfs chocolatosy nnd
nrsbr.mllr.ura nn thn Aln..,n,lnl fnr
mnrslimallows on tho Alamcdal for
Henry May & Co., leading grocers.
Two now styles of shoes for ladles
nro shown in tho advertisement of Me
llierny'g Shoo Storo. Thesu nro prac
tical for everyday wear.
, Ileautlful now hats Just received by
Dunn's Hat Shop, corner Fort nnd
Ilcretnula streets. These hats nro all
excluslvo styles and uro now on view.
Those Arnold Knit Ruth Aprons
nro tho best ever mado for babies'
bath; closely knitted cotton with n
long, downy fleece. For salo nt
Running Is tho best cxcrclso that n
maii,cnn tako . For .running it Is Im
portant to havo suitnblo shor such
'as nro sold for tho purpose by Mniiti
facturcrs' Shoo Co, Seo their ai on
Reautlful lino of "E. & W." and
"8tar" ncgtlgco shirts now nt Sllvn's
Toggery, King street near Fort. Thcso
thlrts are Just what men who aro par
ticular about their everyday dress uro
Furniture and other articles can be
snfoly stored for any period nt tho
storerooms of ITnlon-PacIflc Transfer
Co., 126 King street, phono C8, Pack
ing and shipping also expertly dono nt
You can buy a rebuilt Remington
typewriter Just as good ns new and
with the samo guaranteo for StiB at A.
II, Arlergh & Co. Don't fall to boo this
machine If you Intend buying a ma
chine. It wll) save you money.
The A. Hocking jiesldcnco nt
r J 1 v
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
mountain end of Kewnlo street is for
lent completely furnished. This Is tho
most desirable bouso In Honolulu or
fored for rent tit tho present tlmo. $10
per month. Ilishop Triiht Co,, ngents.
Regal Shoo Storo rcpairH nhoos by
tho sanio machinery used In up to-dat'o
factories for making shoos They can
repair quicker, better nnd chennor
tlln" '" !10RS",,o band work. Tako
jour old shoes to tho Regal storo for
lesoiing nnd Heeling.
The making of an nutomobllo lop
ruuuici 1101 iro imrusied to other than
" "",, """""' " '"" "'! no
. 0n ho llOfct Of lliatorlal is IISC.I.
There Is no Aim In Honolulu ns well
.equipped fijr general electrical work
'as thu Union Eloctrlo Co.. Ilnrrlson
block, Hcrctimla street, near Fort, who
luiiku 11 specialty of houao woik. If
ou leqnlro nny eleclilc work about
jour homo or placo of business seo
Paris furnishes tho stjlcs In dress
for tho women of America; New York
tho styles Tor men. Alfred Denjamln
& Co.'s correct clolhcs for nun aro
made In New York and embody tllo
lateBt Idoas of fashion. Resides tho
workmanship and materials In lhufl'br III'- lncl .lapanet-o Consulato.
Do you know-that some of tho great
est lawyers In America nt the present
tlmo nro those who studied law nt
lienio mid never saw tho Inside of a
college? It Is truo Just tho samo. You
havo tho Bamo opportunity for liomu
Mil ly by correspondence. Drown &
Lyon Co. nio agents for one of tho
best companies In e.lBtenco. Call nt
their storo In the Young building and
GETTING RID OF THEM.
Stubb ;wiiy In tho world Is
Crnnker devoting so much tlmo to
flying thoso model airships? Docs
ho expect to equal tho Wrights?"
Pcnn "No, It's n pet bcheino of
his. To-day ho sent up his wlfo's
dog nnd It never returned and to
inorinw lie Is going to Bend up his
wife's puriot if u sttong wind Is
ENTIRELY NEW PATTERNS III
ENGLISH & AMERICAN CLOTHES.
W. W. AHANA CO, '
G2 S. King St, No Branches,
.i. ;... i,l,l,;l - r
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, September 24.
SAN ritANCiSCU-Hallcd Sept. 21:
h. U. Illlonbui for Honolulu.
MAIIUKONA Sailed Sept. 22:
Schr. J. H. IJrucc, for San Finn
Cisco. Thuvsday, September 23,
YOKOHAMA Siillcl Sept. 23:
H. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Soiled Sept. 23:
S. 8. AkI.i, 2 p. 111., for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Sept. 20:
Ilk. R. P. Rllhet, from San Fran
cisco. AIIUKINI Sailed Sept. 20:
Schr. Admiral, for Port TowiibciiiI.
WITH FULL CABIN
The Majority Are Return
After n smooth pasaago of five days,
nineteen hours nn-1 twenty-one minute)
from San Francisco, tho Oceanic liner
.V. ".:.,.. '.V. ,...k ". ' ''. -
n m.iiMUri uuynuili tliwillj UIU'I
o'clock. Altogether, sho brmmbt nine
ty nlno cabin nnd furtvnno hteerngo
.. ua. ...... rnH it......t..i,. i..... ..r !
u "r. v... ".. ,.. . L ..'",."
of tourists, who came down hero to
visit tho islands.
Among the ltnmnaluas Who rotiirr 3,1
today aro Mr. aud Mrs. W. II. Rico
or Kauai, accompanied by their dausli
tor, Miss Kmliy Rico; N. U. Sachs,
who went to the mainland 011 tuislm-si;
Chief Justice Hnitwcll, who has been
enjoying a vacation on the ntuliilnnl;
S. M. Damon, tho banker who attend
ed the bankers' conference; Win.
Xlutcli, the contractor, who has be -n
nbmit fiom tho Islands for many
months; W. M (llffnrd, vlco president
of Win. G. Irwin & Co., returning from
his vacation; Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C.
Rhodes, accompanied by tbqlr child
ren; H. O. White ot Unit & Son, nc
coinpaulcd by his wife 11ml sou Harry;
Attorney E. A. Douthltt and his broth
er. W. Douthltt, who went to tho
Rt'.ilon recently; L. D. Kerr, the well
known nicicliant; Mrs. Lorrln An
drews, wife of Deputy Attorney Gen
cm! Amliews, nnd sou; Miss Esther
Knhalo. a school teacher, who went
away 011 business.
Edward Khrhorn. tho nsw entomol
ogist of tho Roard of Agilculturo and
Foicstiy, arrived, rrromp.inlcd by his
wife. Ho was met nt thu steamer by
Mnistou Campbell 1111 1 R. S. Hosmor.
Tho Alameda brought 200 bag3 of
mall, which were oilglusilly Intended
for tho 1. 111 lino, which will not nrrlvu
until lomonow from tho States, She
nlMi liiomtht 1350 tons of general fir
go. Purser Smith reports ns follow:
Saturday, Sept. IS. tt : 50 p. m , pisre-1
tllo S. S. Knteiprlho, for San Francis
co; I. at. an. 11 n 1.0111;. r.-j.ii w.
Tuesday, Sept. 21, H:4o p. in., p-isseil
S. 0. Mongolia, for Sun Francisco In
Lat 2S.rifi N.. Long, 145.00 W. Thure
day, SopC 23, ! p. 111., passed Iho S. 8.
Porter, bound to Pacific coast, iibout
133 miles fiom llo-ioliilu. Friday,
Sept. 21, 12! 10 n, in., pifcsed n steamer
heading northenbtw.ird, nbout 80 miles
Promptly nt 11 o'clock this morning
tho steamship Tenjo Mnru backed out
Into the stream fiom Huclsfuld wharf
tin I id earned out of Iho liurbor for San
Frauclren. Pho can led mining' her
imsBciigeiH Mibj Wild mid diiuuhlur
1 10 m Honolulu, mid n good load of
Tho Tonyo Miiru, Captain Rent-, nr
rived j-esteiday nftoinonn from tho
Orient, decking shortly after 5 o'clnok.
Sho'lirouglit n few passcnKors for this
pott nmong them being M. Kawiiharu,
a. Jnpnneso mei chant, who has been In
Yokohama on business, S. Suglmoto,
camo over fiom Japan to Join tho staff
W. II. Avery, nsEktant general man
ager of the Toyo Klsen ICalsha line,
who has been In tho Orient looking In
to tho affairs of tlio company, passed
through on tho liner,. A. II. Senver,
onco chief cnglni.pr of thu llney, nnd
nil expert mi ttcum turbines, Is le
mming from tho U.ut,
Dr. U. Yniuamura of tho Jup-incso
quarantlno service, Is 11 throimh pas
sengor on tho Tenyo. Ho Is on n tour
of inspection of quarantine methods,
ns adopted on tho mainland mid In
Purser Goodilch, who made numer
ous friends here through hit! kindly
and pleasant mHiinors, inld this
moinlug tha Captain Going, tho first
commander of Iho Tenyo Mnrp, Is do
ing well In Clilnctio waters.
Tho liner biought for UiIb port from
tllo Orient, 12 bags of mall, 785 tons
of general caigo, mottly rice, six cabin
1 passer-sera nnd about llfty Meerane
I Mr. Stubb -You don't know how
I brnve 1 was while you weio nwny
In the country, Mailn. Why, onco
i.Lii.l !.,. ..... .it n limn )
m . , . .' ..1
M.n. Sltibb (saicastlcally)-"Er-
whcie was he, on the loof, John?
- Af'' ' -Hniu
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inursiiny, oepieuim-i .
T. K. K. S. S. Tenjo Miutl, iVjuL,
iHiirp Yokohama, l! p. 111.
AMI. S. H. Pleiades, from Sim l'riin
tlsco, p. in,
Friday, September 21.
O. S. S. Alameda. Duwdell, Rom San
Fiuncino, 7::o u. 111.
Thursday, September 23.
Slmr. W. (1. Hull for Knual potts, 5
Frlihiy, September 21.
T. K. K. S. 9. Tcnyo Mnru. Rent, for
fc'nn Francisco, 11 n. in.
Htiur. Manna 1-oa, Blmcrsoii, for
Koun-Kau ports, 12 noon.
v ! : r-i-
I SAILING TODAY I
Stmr. Clamllno, Ilennelt, for
poits nnd Hllo, S p. lit.
j DUE TOMORROW I
'Tl N. S. S. Lurllne, from Snu J'ran
cltco, n. in.
Pacific fleet, from Jlnalnca bay tola
AMI. S. 3. Columbia, fiom San
Stmr. Manna Ken, Freeman, fiom
Hllo and way ports, 0, in.'
Per S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll. fiom
San Francisco. Sept. 2I.-Mrs. Unrln
..,,. M .,., . Mltu Allllil
I Hani, Miss Ueryl 11. Hard,' Miss ICIIzv
i both Hard K. S. Ilerkeley, O. W. Deny.
Mrs. llerry. Miss C. Riltner. M S. II.
ltlarclund. Mrs. W. F. llfy, George;
llrlggs. Mrs. Ilrlggs, II. It. llrlnck, Mrs.
llrlnck, 31. r. llrown, Airs, iirnwn nnu
ihlld. Mis. E. liriickman C. A. llruus.
.Mrs. M. Chilst. Mrs. G. G. Congilon. .1.
M. Dnlgam. Mrs. D.i'girii, SM. Dam
on Blward Dokiim, II. S. .Donahue,
.Mrs. Donahue, K. A. Douthltt. Win.
Douthltt, Mrn. Stinrt Dimlnr, E. M.
lClnhoin, M. II. Fnlkciiateln J, O. F;i-
1 la. W. M. Glffaid, Miss I J. Glllli. T.
O. Gllmore, P. Grart Mrs. M. A. Ooti-
siilvcs, Miss Ill.inche Hull Judge A. b.
Hnitwcll. Mrs. W. ilelibron, Miss II.
Ifollbron. .Mrs E. Hepburn, Mrs. A. D.
Hills, Mis. S. D. Hcusler nnd two chll
dren, O Joppas, Miss EUhor Kuhnlil.
Miss Jenn Kcnuedj', Miss Mario Ken
nedy L. H. Kerr II. Krclu, L. J. Ijiii
do. Mies Mildred Lange, Frank L. lo,
Mrs. Chns. O. Lung. Durns Macdoiinld,
T. E. Martin O. R. Morgan. William
Mutch, Henry Nahaolclu.i. Mrs. M. 11.
Noble, Mrs. D. E. Paris, .Miss Llla l'ni
ions, Mrs. A M. Pencil L. H. Perry,
E'lw. Hcldy, C. C. Rhodes, Mm.
Rhodes nnd two children". Hon. W. II.
lUcu, Mis. Rice. MIbe Emily Rico N, 8.
Sachs. C. D, Sainton, 11. E. Savago,
H. Schultz. J. T, Sowell, A. 8. Stlm
ton Ii R. Tracy, Miss Anna V. Trook.
Mlrs Mayo C. Wnllenstcln. K. ".
While, Mrs. Whlto. Harry White, J.
Willis, Mis. Willis, Miss M. Willis, Dr.
W. II. Wood, Adolph Wolff, Mrs. L.
Winks Miss Eslello Yelka. Mrs. W.
L. Young, Miss Ilessle Smith.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Tenyo Mnru, ri mil
Yokohiuin, Sept, 23. K. lwnkaml, M.
Kawahara, Mrs. M. K-iwahara, S. Su
glmoto, U. Torlkata, U. Yamamura. It
Jupanero nnd 1 Clilncto In third clant.
t PASSENGERS DEPARTED 1
Per ftmr. Mniin-i la. for Maul ami
Hllo ports, 12 noon. Rev. V Ho. 1 .
Crawford and wife, 12, Kruzo nnd wife,
Miss II. Woods, .1. Costn. C. K. 8lll
man, Mrs. Stlllinan, .ludgo Dole, E, P.
Low and wife, II, T, Ilarclay and wlfu,
W. It. Castlo, Mrs. Taylor. Mr. Terry,
Rev. I). W. K. Whlto. 1). K. White.
Per htnir. W. G. Hall for Kuu il
polls. Sept. 23. J. II. Tucker, C. K.
Kellogg and wlfe.N. Imnflgl, lleo Fat,
I'm- T. K. K. 8 S. TVnvn Mnru. for
Ban Fraucltco, Sept. 21. Mrs, Wild
Per 8. 8 Alaiuedn. Dowdell, for San
Francisco. Sept. 20, 10 n. in. Mr. and
Mis. Ilrulck. Mies A. Heibert. Miss
Augusta Mengler, Mrs. F. llolloway,
MIsb G. Pni-Mip Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. M.i
moan, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Van Resselaur,
Morton Hobo, Mr. and Mrs. Doughs,
Mrs. J. Rankin. Mien K. Rniikln, Mrs.
M. S. Muck, Mrs. A. M. Mellln. Miss
M. E. Gill Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ludwlg
ten, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Horry. C. Mi
Davis, wife nnd daughter, Mrs. Hell,
Mr. and Mis. II. .1, Hlns. Chns. Out
nnd wlfo. Mrs. McNeill. MUs McNeill,
Miss A, Mnum, Miss '.. Irwin Mls A.
Doushifs, .MUs Si Gray. C. P. .Cliam.
boibilr W. C. llai-tholomow. Dr.
Moore, Gen, Juigenpen, K. Saltn, (1,
T. Herfnrd. W. M. Tomplelln. O. It.
William's, Miss L. Williams. MUs L.
Wtlllnms, Mi. nnd Mrs. Guilford. II.
S. Crann nnd wlfo Miss II. Hall, W- 0.
Smith. E. M. F.irnhuni.
Per btmr. Clamllno, for Maul porti
nnd Hllo, Sept. 21, 5 p.. m. Mlhs A.
vim Tempsky, Miss G, von Tempskv,
Miss F. lluiiem. Miss Lindsay, lieu
Williams nnd wife, C. 1'. Rosii, .1.
Cnroy, E. IluRandc.111, C. J. Austin, Dr,
Cmey, W. O. Simpson, Mrs. C. W,
Hudson and 3 children, W. (I. Hall,
wife nnd 2 r'illdren 'Rov. Yeo Kin, A.
(1, DIcl'Ins nnd" 2 children. Mrs. H.
Knuwo, II. K. Snvngo nnd wife.
lit. .1 ,
THE MATSON liner Lurllne. Cap
Inln Wooden will nrrlvn tomonow
moinlnp. docking nt 7 o'clock. Slin Is
bringing no mall, but a full load of
THE CLAUDINE s-ills this ufler-
noon ut 5 o'clouk for Mnul poits and
THE STEAMER Manna l.oa sailed
,, fl),. KllI1J.Klll ,w, r ,
,na fur Mnul nitd Hawaii,