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BVENlNO BULLETIN. IiO.JOMIt.rj. T. It , SATURDAY. OCT. 2, lf0!.
Oeeanlc Staled and Third
HiiwHau Second Degree.
I All vlvltlUK members of the
'jOrdit ate cordially Invited tu
tte'nd uietiiluxs of local lodges
S?n Francisco Hotels
1 ' V
i SAN FRANCISCO
Geary Street, Above Union Square
Juit opposite Itolel St. Fundi
European Plan SI. 60 n day up
American 1'lau $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick ctrtictutc, furnish,
i iirs cost $200,000. High class hotel
ntmoderaterntet. Center of theatre
andtctnlldlstrlct. On cat lines trans
ferring nllovcr city, Omnjbus meet
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with mao of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Traw.tti.," ABC Code.
local And general
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
at the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five cents
la one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
8AK31UNY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. D. F.
Meets overj Monday evening at
Si 80 In I. 0. O I Hall, Fort Street.
11. U. HENDRY, Bcretary.
V. D. W1CKU, N. U.
Alt visiting brothers very cordially
8AMU LODGE, Ha. 1, K. of P.
Meets every nrst and third Fri
day ovonlus at 730 in K. ot P. Hall,
turner fort and Berctanla. Vlilttui
' Mothers cordially Invited to attend.
V. I.. NUaUNT, C. C.
It. OOSL1NO. K. U. S.
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving.
1J23 Fort St. Til. 109.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, II. P. O,
XI KB, meets In their hall, on King
""Street, near Fort, every Friday even-
ins. Visiting Brothers aro cordlalb
'InYltod to attend.
E. A. DOUTH1TT, K. K.
II. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
Cnll and sco Mlka Pnton at tho En
core. Many novelties In umbrellas can lie
found nt Whllney & Marsh's.
Anything new In tho snorting line'
Anything good In the liquor HnoT Yui
can find It at 'Tho Two .lacks." k
If you want a Rood Job done an an
auto or. carriage take )t to, Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., '427 Queen St.
Phl Dankcy, well known In Hnno
lulu, arrived mi tho Korea to lay from
Manila Id Join the 11 it 1 1 o 1 1 ti staff.
Hllo, Sept. 30. (iro. Winker station
agent at Pahna f J.- tho Htlti loadrnad
committed siilcldo yesterday' afternoon
by nhootlug himself in tho head, short
ly after 3:30 o'clock, Dunkcr was well
known along this coast, having 'been
freight clerk of the Kalulaul lor man"
City Transfer Co. K
j-a. h. t Phone 152
Alarm Anion- White PeOple
, : 1
IN PORTION PORTS I I . AHHIVEU
. . - . & ' .
Friday, October 1.
1AVIOTA Arilvcd Oct. li
H. H. W. S. J'liilcr, lielico Sept. 23.
IAVIOTA Salldil Oct 1:
S'i. Pulls of Clyit' , for lioiiidutii.
POUT TOWNSEN'D Arrived Oct. 1:
llklno. Mary E. Wlukolniatm, hencu
M, N. 8,
Friday, October 1.
8. lltlnnlnti, frtim San
"U p. in.
Saturday, Octoliur 2.
S. 8. Ktnca, front Orient, 2
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
. .NtSUAV ovenlngs ot each month at
1,7:30 o'clock tu K. ot P. Hall, cornel
, Seret.nla and Fort streets.
;; -Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
,fcnd. V. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
U. T. MOORE. 8ocy.
', Vtx tt'IONLEY LODGE No.8, K.olP.
-Uteta every Ind aud 4th Saturday
avonlng at 7:30 o'clock in IC. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Iioretanla. Visit
inj brothers cordially invited to at-
f. m. mcorew, c. c.
13. A. JACOI1SBN, K. It. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autot; wo repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANLSR YOUNG BUILDING.
5 Telephone 5
C. li. Behn
Troprictor and Manager.
Corner Alakca and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakca St. .Phone 434.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kin? and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building Phone G55.
' FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
, incut of Latest Styles in
,- LADIES' HATO.
' K. UYBDA,
1023 NUUANU St
Levy's for Groceries
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
wpoou. write 107 ocokjbi 10 r. u.
'THE0. H, DAVIES & CO,, AGENTS.
The beet 5-ccnt cigar Is tho Crcmo.
Head Whitney & Marsh's ad In this
Irsuc, then llt their store.
A. M. Holo of Hnuokaa came In on
the Mauna Kca this morning and In
tends staying for a few days In town.
Any clothes made by Hnrt, Bchaftuei
& Marx can bo depended on for qttnl
Ity nnd style. Cnll at Sllva's Toggery
nnd see the new suits recently In.
Alfied Benjamin & Co. "Correct
Clothes for Men" aro sold In Honolulu
only by The Kash Co. Ltd. Fall stylei
ore now ready In a great variety ot
Sco tho dainty tnn llttssla footwear
advertised on first page by Manurac
Hirers' Shoo Co. Ono of tho very lat
est models mado by E. P. Uecd & Co
Tho price Is 4.B0.
Hcmlnglon and Underwood typewrit
ers cart he bought for $C6 nt A. B. Ar
Iclgh & Co. Theso nro rebuilt ma
chines anil Just asgnd as now. Guar
antocd for ono yea;.
Old Bhocs nro worth money If yon
tako them to P-egil 8ho store to ho
repaired. By means of their special
machinery thoy can repair them good
as new Jn" a jiffy. Men's soles and
heels, l'.2S; women's! $1.
RULES AND REGULATIONS i
ON FASHIONS MANDATE
CI1KYKNNK, Oct. 1 -Not slncc the days of the Indian wats has
there been so much apprehension felt nmong the white petiplo of tills
section us at the present time. Indian troubles seem Imminent.
Three thousand Chcycnno Indians, stirred up by soma mysterious Influ
ence, have become restless nnd aro cnuslng much worry.
During the pnsl four dajs the Indians lnvc been engaged In tho
vlldcst sort ot orgies, and 'the ranchers living In tho iFohtted, out
lying sections nro greatly worried lest the tcdsklns perpetrate koine out
age, PEARY'S SHIP IN PARADE.
NKW YOKK, Oct. 1. Commander Peary, U. S. N stundlng on tho
irldgc of tho slenm schooner 'Itoosovclt, In which lie iitado his lust nnd
lucccssftil dash for tho North Pole, was the most prominent figure In
ho great naval parade, over sixty in Ilea In length, which was held yes
terday In honor ot tho Hudson-Fulto 11 celebration.
Everywhere nlpng tho lino Commnntlcr Pcnry nnd his ship were
given a rousing reception, folk vy Ing with each other tti tdiow honor
n the distinguished explorer. Com mnnder Peary Is tho hero of tho
MEXICO FACES CORN FAMINE
CITY OF MEXICO, Ocl. 1. As a result or the recent storms which
devastated so much ot the country, the Hcptilillc of Moxlcn Is fate to
face with a corn f am hie, which may work tlic hardships nn the people.
It, Is estimated that fully 95 per cent of the vegctnblo crop has been dc
itroycd. In consequence tho price of vegetables has Jumped upward 1011
icr cent, and there Is overy prospect of Intense pilvntlon among tho
FISHING SCHOONER SEIZED.
PENBACOI.A, Oct. 1. The flstuiig bchuumr Caldwell II. Cnll, Bali
ng under tho American flag, was today hoarded nnd seized by 11 Mexican
lunboat, Tho Colt la suspected of holng 11 pirate, nnd ti thnifjugh Inves
tigation will be mado of tho operations of tho craft ami hor.olIHera nnd
SEATTLE, Oct. 1. Picsldent Tnft today Insfurtcd Secretary Mal
inger, to. go fu person to tho Ilclch IJotchy Valley stud .nrika a thorough
nvcstlgntlpn of tho water rights there.
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone S88
G. W. McDougall, Prop.
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
Your Automobile Top
King, near South.
Do Not Let Your
(Contract for electric wiring or fix
tures unql ypu have consulted the
Union Electric Co,,
SUll' on deck. Sec his curios.
& fi"""F'or Sale" cardj at Bulletin.
Vtor , ,
Fcr home entertainment.
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD
U Dig CJ for nooAtortl
lrrlttlDi or ulcrttLvu
of maeeui mwnibnuiM.
pAlQlvtc, ami ngt Mill Hi
CttcuUi ias on wmiI
BVH!tii CHIU1C .iuo
Dressmakers Convention Decrees
Manner In Which If the Qowns
Are To Be Built.
CHICACiO, Sept. 21. Except for
tho fact that costumes this winter
will bo mado of cloth of gold, with
over draperies embossed with mono
grams and carvings, styles will re
main simple. At least speakers from
tho platform nt tho dress makers'
convention this evening nssertcd re
peatedly that nothing was simpler
than tho costume for tho Immediate
future. And all tho while tho four
living models appeared In rapidly
succeeding changes In costumes
which did not look exactly as If they
could be made In, 24 hours In the
Prominent among tho promotorsof
the' "slmplo" costume was Mrs. Ida
McOlone Gibson, pdltor of tho Wo
man Beautiful magazine, tho Bpenltcr
of tho evening, who, In a laco gown
containing not more than 2G yards of
Irish and Cluny laco and In a hat
adorned with a hunch of bird of para
dtso feathers as large as an aspara
gUB bush, set forth tho 'pleasure, the
grace tho good taste and tho diffi
culties of tho simplicity desired for
tho present season.
No self-respecting erenlng gown,
for Instance, comes In less than three
layers. It Is not only unfashionable,
but an 'affront to wear any but a
"sad'color. To achieve this latter
effect and at the same to allay the
savago taste for the garish ono puts
oiio's bright color on the bottom lay
er. Ono takes bright, ''indigestible"
green, as somo ono described it, ns
n foundation on which to uulld a
skirt and over it throws a second
ono ot exactly the lines ot the first,
tho latter being of some color such
ns transparent gold. Over that one
d nines a full, blithesome skirt, still
of oxnctly th'o same line, 'of fjuffy
cuinon, ni yards or fullness arounu
tho bottom nnd ot a dull color, such
"What Is tho stylo of figure which
Is to prevail this year?" Mnie. Itlploy
"Tho pew figure, Is absolutely form
fitting from thq throat to the knees,
tho colla low, tho dress' tight under
the arms and across the bust, tho
waist 'drawn Into Its normal size,
tho skirt adhering in a full curve
from waist to knee. But bolow the
knocs the'' skirt should be exticmoly
ful, flaring In waves and ripples
nbout tho fceti"
"Dncg this mean that corsets for
tho cotjiing season will be shorter?"
" "Not at all. The form Is ntted
closely1 to the knees, ,you mtiBt re
member. The only difference In cor
sets Is that they will 110w.be smaller
1 in the waist and fuller In tho hips,"
WILHELMINA MADE PRETTY
PLUNGE INTO THE SEA.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Immense oak plants began, tho big
itcel hull pulled hard and when tho
vorkmen finally released her, tho big
hlp glided quickly and gracefully
town tho greased ways.
Given Noisy Welcome.
Scarcely had Miss Tenncy smash
ed tho traditional bottle of chain
,iagno across tho steel prow before
'.ho steam craft tied up at tho ship
yard began their noisy welcome to tho
now ship. Again tho shrill syren of
tho battleship Dclnwnro could bo
hoard above all tho other whistles.
This Is tho third vessel that tho Del
uwaro has welcomed to tho .waters of
tho James, tho other two being tho
torpedo boat destroyers Boo and Ter
When tho now ship had floated nut
into tho harbor to bo captured there
jy tugs, tho christening party nnd tho
uthcr guests repaired to tho
for toh quick handling of freight of
nil kinds. Tho holds are located fern
nnd aft of the pilot house. All of tho
propelling nnd auxiliary mnchtnory
nnd tho boilers nro located aft.
Every facility will bo provided for
tho Bafo opcrntlon ot tho vessel and
she will bo equipped with siibmnrluu
bells, wireless telegraphy, complete
ilouhl bottom foro nnd nft, mid the
Nicholson ship log.
Captain Johnson, who arrived hero
Friday with tho christening party, Is
to commnud tho ship when she goes
Into commission. Tho vessel will bo
completed within n tow months nnd,
otter loading a cargo at nn Atlantic
port, sho will proceed for Sun Fran
cisco via tho Strait of .Magellan.
11. M. S. Bedford has finished coal
ing nt tho Oceanic whnrf. Tho South
Dakota has also finished and moved
out to an anchorage. Her placo at
.s'aval Wharf No,,2 will he tnkeii by
the Colorado, which Mill has 200 tons
of coal tu take on hoard.
THE P. M. 8. S. KOUEA was, sight
ed oft Barber's Point n Utile before
12 o'clock this morning and reached
port by 2. Sho carries 1300 ttmi nf
trelghl for lliinoliiulti nnd will not
leave for tho coast with tho null un
til tomorrow morning,
THE STICAMUU Mnima Kea, Fteu
man. arrived this morning from Hllo
nnd way ports, taklug her old berth
Just vacated by tho Noorbrabant,
The following wireless was received
rrom Iho S. S. Alameda by the agents:
"Ocl. 1. 1009. 8 p. 111.
"All well. Kino wcilhcr, liiiiimetor
30.2S, thermometer seventy. S07 miles
hum llo'inlulii. II
The llllonlan nrilvoj In port yes
terday evening about 8 n'clui'lc with
.1 1 nrgo uf 1,700 to:n nnd ninny te
turnlng pafcbiuigt'iH, Sho waa tho
first boat to wltneJU tho now .Mul.ti-
puu light In action, nnd Captain
Frc.ltirlcl.ton snya that It Is very
billllnnt and can bo seen for twenty-
live miles at Hc-i. ,
Tho light 11 wh turned nn by Lamp
tat Palmer of the If. S. Engineer!!'
Derailment, 11 ml It will be In charge
of John McLaughlin, who has been
keep of the government light nt Nn
wlllwlll. The Mnkaputi light was built un
der tho direction of .Major W I in low
and Citpltilu Otvvcll, nnd efforts to
have It established were stinted the
time the Manchuria went on the
Friday, October 1.
Stmr. Clandlno, for Maul pirts mid
Hllo, 5 p.in.
Saturday, October 2.
Dutch .Cruiser Nuorbrabaiil, Vos, for
I I 1-
Am. sp. Marlon Chllcolt, for a.ivlntii,
TELEPHONE SYSTEM PLANS
INDEFINITELY HUNG UP.
Continued from Pun 11
Hotel Per hole, for excavntlou In the Btrccts,
Warwick, where a ddllghtful Informnl '"i ny further ordinances that would
llnncr was given by tho yard olflclals , 'mposo them 11 special tax In this con
In honor ot tho sponsor.
Largest of Matson Steamers.
Tho Wilhelmlnn Is designed for tho
freight and passenger service be
tween San Francisco and Honolulu,
nnd, when commissioned, sho will bo
tho laigcst of tho Matson steamers
p)ylng In that trade, Sho' Is 4D0 feet
long over all, G4 feet broad, and tho
lepth to the upper deck Is 33 feet r.
Inches. Tho cargo carrying cnpaclty
ivlll bo C.000 tons.
Accommodations, will bo provided
for 140 first-class anc 108 second-class
passengers. The cabins aro located
amidships and aro to bo handsomely
finished and furnished, tho hrldgo nnd
pilot houso nlso aro located amid
Tho ship Is to bo propelled by a
slnglo scrow, quadruplo-oxpnuslon, direct-acting
engine, which Is designed
to glvu nn average speed or lii knots.
Tho bollors will bo equipped with oil
burnors, and I hero nro deep tanks tor
ward and amidships for carrying oil
Tho vessel Is built ot steel through
out and has three decks. Much space
has been given over to cargo holds,
and tho stenmors will bo equipped
with tho latcBt designed machinery out lcgiilatlons.
ncctlnu. In most ot the milnltiiid
cities n permit system Is established
by which tho feo amounts to about two
to five, cents a polo for Inspection.
This Is iiccompllshod by the Inspector
accumulating a bunch of permits and
then going out and taking in thlily or
forty ut one tho't. In this way tho cost
Ib reduced to tho minimum.
Mr. Carter's contention Is in tho
matter of Jurisdiction of Ihu Board of
Supervisors over tho streets. Murs
ton Campbell has been quoted as sny
lug ho would look ufter the matter If
left to him, hut has taken no action
La i)t. Attorneys for the Mutual say
tho Board cintiol oxorclso assessment
powers for ronliol of tho streets under
police authority, and that having no
light to gran a franchise- It Is not up
to them to chat go for thu usu nt tho
The matter Is now in the hands of
Doputy County Attorney Mllvnrton, to
decldo on tho legality of tnklng action
with regard to Mr. Curler's letter read
at last night's meeting. The Stfpervls
ors do not seem Inclined to' rescind
their action In passing tho oidlnaneo,
and maintain thoy nro only trying to
protect the streets from Illegal at
tacks and niislglitly oxcavutlons with.-
Blue and Black
Some light-weight goods of su
perior quality just received that will
make up into very stylish clothes.
(Continued from Pasc 1)
lul dance ever given by than.
As ono entered tho fifth Hour from
Hie oSuvuturb on either end, they vveie
struck with tho brilliantly decorated
dnuro pavilions, which vvero one mass.
of color, tho naval and International
Hags being used entirely, while potted
palms mid 'plants screened off the
space where tho orchestras weru stn
Pretty girls, Iho bright moon, the
go)d-Iarcd uniforms of tho officers, and
the miKlc'dcplctc,il 11 scene long to be
icniembored. From 8 o'clock until lif
ter 1 this morning a gay nnd happy
throng (lanced and enjoyed themsolves
lo I hit utmost, and It was with great
leluctanco that tho guests (lpp.11 ted
ufter the strains of "Home, Sweet
Germans On Picnic.
This afternoon tho otllccrs nuil men
of thu German ciutser Aicomi will be
tho guests of tho local Gorman colony
nt tho Peninsula, 011 n picnic which
pronllses to ho u very cnjoynhlo ono
in every way. A special train will
lenvo the O, It, & L. station 011 Kim;
Ltreel promptly at 2 o'clock, returning
to town somo time In tho ovenltig,
Tho committee of nlno who havo tho
cffalr In hand nro composed nenily en
tirely ot tho employees of Hackfold
& Co., and It Is safe to say that noth
ing will bo npaied to maku the affair
u huge success.
Tho Dutch cruiser Noordbrnbant,
Captain Vos, which hns been In port
for several days, sailed 'this morning
n llttlo nfter 7 for 8,'m Francisco,
where sho will represent her country
nt tho Portoln celebration, Ah sho
passed tho American ships her crow
wcro at attention while her colots
wcro dipped to (inch one,
Admiral Sobrcc, accompanied by
Flag Lieut, Holmes, returned tho cnll
of tho German Captain this morning
011 lion id the Aicomi, Tho Admiral
was ii'celvcd on board with the usual
honors, although no snlutes worn llred
by speclnl lequest.
South Dakota Finished,
Tho erulHor South Dakota, which
has been coaling nt Naval Wharf No.
2', completed her task this morning
nut) started outside, where, after com
pass adjustment, sho will take up nil
ehqiago No. 1, and remain outside un
til the Fleet sails.
Per S. 8. Mnuna Ken, from Hllo
nnd way ports, Oct. 2. F. Wllllntim
nnd wife. Jno. Wistinm, .Miss E. Hays.
Mrs. J. Ilnys, Capt. II. Klcbs. Col. Pt
ly, It. S. Donohtie, Mrs. Doiioliuc, J.
Levey, Xtrs. Levey, Geo. Brlggs, .Ma
jor S. V. Wudhiini, Mrs. Wndlinm.
Miss It. Klstnn, .Miss S. Clnrko, Miss
M. Pllnney, O. A. Klston, .Mrs. Elston.
.Muster L. Wlshnrd, Misses Kalnnpau
CI), Miss M. Wiggins, Miss Qiilnit.
rapt". C. 11. Kldnits, O. Sorcnson, J.
v. Kersciiner, Mrs. Kersehner, Dr. II.
Hayes, Miss II. (llrvln, -Mrs. A. .Ma
huka, O. Hermit, II. Itelnecke, Lieut.
Wlllmoie. Adjt. Bryan, C. II. Faxon,
llev. C. II. Illoor. Master W. Kaplko,
II. L. Ilolstrtn, II. II. Itcnton, W. T.
1'iost. J. Testn, N. T. Furliido, Chu
(lu, A. I'oyle, Mis. G. C. Horganri!,
Dr. .1. II. Itiiymond, Ah Ken, E. J. Wn
teininn. W. L. MountciiHtle. J. Coer-
per. Miss I J. Murray, Mrs. (I. Owens,
Geo. Milton, .Mis. G. II. ItobcilHon nnd
two ihlldicn, Clms. Kniicksted, Y. Van
Per M. N. S. S. llllonlan, from S.m
Francisco, Oct. 1. Mrs. G. J. Augur,
Mis. A. C. Pferdner, Mis. .1. O. AMell.
Mm. G. It. Evv.irt Jr., Miss Caiollua
nil en, Mrs. L. Anderson and boy. Col.
C. W. Zleglor, Capt. C. M. Coaler. II.
Dtickvvotth and wife, C. K. Kugnrt mill
wife. Dr. N. 1!. Kmcrron, Geo. W. Carr,
It. N. Cm bale , F. C. ll.iuck and wife,
O. G. Murtxky, Mrs. O. B. Guest, Miss
M. Smith. Mis. S. C. IlniliB, A. M.
Moitenson, J .W. Metltllro, L. Lowell
stein, B. Atwood, .1. W. Bcrg-strom, J.
W. Mono T. IlasmiisKen, K. .McLean,
C. .1. Peterfon.
Per P. M. S. S. Korea. Troiil Vein
hanui, Oct. 2 G. L. Austin, Mrs. Goo.
Ball, Mlsu Mnilan Ball. Emicj llaitu
saghl. Mrs. U.'C. II. Brock ind maid,
Henry O. Brock, Mss AIIcu ii. Brock.
A. N. Conuott, C. i:. Cowman, Mm C.
B. Cowman, P. 11. Dangy, Cap'. Ch.ui.
U. Ettl, O. KlUgerald, Miss Mary Gib
son, N. Gottlieb, Eugeno Dniirln. It. J.
Harrison, A. T. Hellyer, K. Hlruulu,
Miss J. V. Hughes, F. I.iidovvh:!. Mrs
M. Marshall. II.' S, Miller, Mrs. It. S.
Miller, Miss Lilian Miller, MIim Har
riet Miller. Sydney C. Moigau, Mrs.
W. E. Smith, Master W. Snt'lli. MKi
C. Smith, Mlhs A. Smith, S. Tiik.ul,
Wung Tsln Shan, J. E. Ward, Mis J.
IJ. Wutil, Col. It. J. White, B, Wick-hum.
W. W. AHANA CO,, TAILORS.
C2 S. King St, No Blanches,
Bulletin Busincsr Omce Phone 2.1(1.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 165,
I PASSENGERS BOOKED 1
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, Tor San Fran- .
Cisco, Oct. 2. Geo. 11. McClellan, ChaH. '
llartwell and wife, Mlts Adcock, W.
(I. Irwin, L. Mlzner, .Mrs. It. Ivors, J.
(1. Woolley nnd wife, Mm. C. E. An lor
sou nnd child, Dr. Henry llnvca, An
drew Adams, Mr, Suttun nnd wife, W.
O. Hull, Harold K. Castle, Mrs. M. S.
Beuhnm, Miss Muigaiet E. Panott, E.
F. lllsliup nnd wife, Joshua Tucker,
Dr. W. It. Bacon, Mis. Sam Johnson
nuil ton, F. Btadley, E.'It. Shaw, A.
llliini, Mrs. W. 11. llowo, Mrs. I, Wil
bur. Mrs. If. W. Wright, O. L. Oglo. J.
II, Ogle, Binco Cuitwrlght, Jr., David
Douglas, J. 1). Castle, 1). L. Wllhlug
ton, L. A. Thuri.ton, Mrs. C. W. Har
vey, I). Harvey-Elder, Miss Grace Il-ir-
vey-Klder, Notion Bobo, -II, Torlkatu,
Bmns Macdouald, G, Shlmnda, M, II.
Falkeiisteln, O. It. Morgan, Mrs.
Woiks, Miss Blanche Hall, Miss Char
lotte Hall, C. Cummins, wife and In
fant. Mrs. E. C. Greenvvell, Miss
Greenwell, Dr Olid Mis, Grossman.
Per M. N. S, S. Lmljiie, for San
Fruticlscn, Oct. D. J. II. Jlrew, Mrs.
Drew and child, Donnhl G. Cnipentor, (
.Mis.Ciip'.'iiter Miss Hazel Meslck.Mrs. ,
C. M. Coo'io Jr. and 2 children, Mrs M.
Morasky, Miss Anna Paris, Capt, and
Mis. II. Bergcr, Mr. ami Mrs. .May
dwell, Mr. nnd Mrs, Ievy. Mis. L. F.
Folbom and daughter, M. F, Brown,
Mi'-H, Brown mid child, Miss Hayes,
J, M. Hayes, J, Wiseman, Mis. Guircy,
Per M. N. S, S, llllonlan ,for Sun
Francisco, Oct. fi. MIsi Louise Pony,
Mrs. A. MncPhall, Miss MacPhall, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. Caller. L. Todd, Mrs. T.
C. Nunetit, Mrs. J, M. Hayes and sis
ter, Mrs, J, Wilson,1 Miss Knthorlnu
Knight. Dr. W. O. Rogers and vvKo,
Mrs. A. Mlllls, Dr. E. 8. Goodhuo, Mrs.
Goodhue and daughter, Mrs, W, J.
Gardner and daughter, John Ituutz.
THE IIILONIAN docked nt about 8
o'clock last night nt tho Matson wharf
and will bo followed lonlchtor tumor
low by the I.uilliio,