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EVENING BULLETIN, IKMOUJLO, T It., MONDAY, OCTODKIl 4, 1000
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All vUltlng menioerB ol th
Order arc cordially Invited to
tlteud meetings ot local lodges
&ABJ10JIX LODOE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcots every Monday evening l
S0 In 1. O. O. t Hall, lorl Street.
, 13. It. IIBNDKY, secretary
F. D. W1CK13, N. U.
All visiting brothers vory cordUll
yft-OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Sleets otery firbt and third Fr
ViAV evnnlua at 7:3U In K. of P. Halt,
fa 'Wnor fort and Ueretantn. Vliltlni
fcrctbcn cordially invited to auenn.
F. I.. NUUKNT, C. C.
It. U03LINQ. K. It. 3.
K0N0LULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
IIoqoImIu Lodgo No. 010, 11. I'. O.
BlUs. meets In tlielr hall, on King
E treat, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordlall)
invited to atteml.
U. A. DOUTIHTT, B. R.
II. U. L'ASTON, Sce'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0, S.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
i'KSDAY evenings ot onch month at
1'30 o'clock la K. ot V. Hall, corn
fiereliiiila and Fort streets.
VUltluK Eagles are Invtted to l
fend. ,. W. M, McCOY, W., PreBL
I U. T. MOORE. Secy.
Wm. H'KINLEY LODGE No.B, K.otP.
Moeta every Ind and 4th Saturday
avenlng at 7:30 o'clock in K. ot V.
flail, cor. Fort and Dcretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially invited to at
n.t ., F. M. McORBW, C. C.
!' " E. A. JACOI13EN, K. It. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PKRRV, Sachem.
13. V. TODI), C. ot It.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
sonic. "There's n dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
TIIE POND DAIRY.
avid A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 655.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARI
Received ex Alnmeda a New Ship
neut of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU SX
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
Rood. Write for booklet to P, 0.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
CHARLIE AT THEr
Still sn deck. Sco hcurios.
j3f""For 8ale" Mr0" ' Bulletin.
San Francisco Hotels,
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just oppoiite Hottl St. Fnncit
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure) furnish,
ingncojt $200,000. nigh class hotel
ntmodcrntc rates. Center of theatre
andretalldlstrict. On car lines trans
ferrins nllvvcr city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving.
1J28 Fort St,
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. Wo
don't experiment on autot: we repair
ALFXANr. YOUNG BUHDIUG.
5 Telephone 5
C. II. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Comer Alakca and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakca St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kin? and Bishop Gts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
Your Automobile Top
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ud.
King, near Sonth,
Do Not Let Your
Contract for electric wiring or fix
tures until you have consulted the
Union Elcotrio Co.,
Rebuilt typewriters just as good
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Levy's for Groceries
For home entertainment.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for sals
at the Bulletin office for flvs esnts,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Call and seo Mike Patun at tho En
core. J. Carlo, loan office, has bargains In
Jewelry and money to loan,
Oo to tho Fashion Saloon when you
want n delicious cold drink, made
Captain Horner, accompanied by his
wl'fo, will leave for San Frnnclsci to
morrow on tho Lurllnc.
Anything mtw In tho (porting llnel
Anything good In the liquor lino? You
can find It at 'Tho Two Jacks."
If you want a good Job done on at,
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Tho Bt. Clement's Women's Oulld
wll havo -a dollcatcsscn saio on Oct
ober 0, and homo cobked dainties will
bo t nordor,
Wan ChMig Co. In tho Woverley
Block nn Hotel street, have some ry
flno aultlngs and dress goods, Just
from the Coast.
Experiments havo proved Mint Wcl
akoa nnd Kcqkca on Maul equal If !hay
don't excel, the district of Katipalttilrn
for grapo raising.
Two or three hundred dollars dam-
agowas dono Friday night In tho Yo
kohama Specie Uank by a water tap
which was left running.
Now Athletic underwear, D. V. I)..
goods, pew shirts and pajamas, In
light w'elght and pretty colors. A
flno lot qf ynew aultlngs at Yce Chan
& Co.'s, King and Bethel street.
A flne'-lli of, wool -sweaters, silk
gloves, kujglovcs, baby ribbon nnd
silk IfsfeA hosiery has Just been re
ceived by Miss Kato Woodard and Ib
on salo at her .store on Fort street, noil
to tho Convent.
Oreck, Roman and Egyptian social
life wlll'lio tho subjects of a now Clin-
tauqua Club organised among tho
ladles of Walluku. Tho first meeting
was"held last Friday at the homo of
Attorney .7. Alfred Magoon lost
money In his contest ot tho claim for
i3..p0 held against him by tho United
States Customs officials, In addition
to tho judgment of 13. DO against Ma
goon ho has to pay stxty-thrco cents
Interest and $38.50 costs nnd a Rtenog.
.raphor's foe of I2.no ,t totil of $45.13,
A man wants to rent houso with
prospect of 'buying same.
Complete new, stock of kodak Alms,
plates, post cards, etc., at Honolulu
(Jet prices for draylng, steam rolling
and plowing and heavy hauling ot all
kinds from Honolulu Construction &
Draylng Co. Phono 281,
(Jo to tho Palm Cafe, Hotel street
noar Union, for your meals. They aro
well cooked nnd served. No over
charges and no delay, '
Broken lot ot 17-Inch ..working boots
offered at Mclncrny's Shoo Store at
$6 a pair. These aro regular $9 boots.
A bargain for you If your alio is
amongst the lot.
Call at tho N. S. Sachs Dry Ooods
Co. and sco tho beautiful exhibition of
Fall Millinery.- Thcso aro all tho new?
est styles .on display which arrived
slnco tho first Fall exhibit.
Crystal Springs butter at tho Metro
politan Market, telephone 45, has tho
genuine flavor of-country butter. This
market has a flno line of delicatessen
received by every steamer. Tcloph'ono
Thore Is no placo on this Island
moro satisfying -to the tired man than
Halctwa. Tl.o verandas aro broad, the
meals well cooked and Bcrved and the
golf links superior to any In tho Ter
ritory. Honolulu cigar dealers have re
marked fho Increasing domai)d for tho
Owl cigar, Tho uniform excellence) ot
this cigar pleases, the critical smoker
and ho knotVB that whatever part of
the world ho Is in the Ow.l Is always
Bosldo the fact that tho goods en
trusted to tho F. Thomas. Dyeing
Works of San Francisco, Kroiich Laun
dry, 258 Bcrntanla stre'et.'agcnt, aro sci
entifically cleaned and dyed you can
deiiond unon their nromnt return, art-
Jclea being sent anl received by overy
STOCft BOARD- "
Stocks wore comparatively quiet
over Sunday, and tho principal lntorcst
'among brokers is tho outcomo of the
meeting this afternoon, nt which tho
membership of the Board will bo final
ly passed upon.
Olna and McBrydo aro keoplng up
tho pace In (ho lst of new stocks that
aro attracting inlorost. Oahu Sugar
sold at 33,. and Oahu Hallway canto
out in a small lot at 135, Both Otaa
nnd Mcnrydo aro on tho Hteady up
grade. '185 -editorial roema25G tul
nsss kffjee. These are the teltpho.it
numbers of the Bulletin office.
S t o r age
No Dampnesi. " No Bugs.
Jas. JU. Love
Canadian Steamer Makes
Close Runjo North Pole
Father Point, Quebec, Oct. 3, The .O.inaitfnn government steamer
Arctic, dispatched by tho Ottawa authorities to look after Canadian In
terests In tho far north, reached n point In latitude 81. This is about
400 miles south of the North Pole.
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MOROCCO INVASION GOES ON.
MADIHD, Oct. 2. The Spanish cabinet today voted to mmiiI rein
forcements to Morocco. The war hns been Intensely unpopular among
the masses ot the people, but the government Is ilctcrmind to - put it
EXPEDITION AGAINST TRIBESMEN.
LONDON, Oct 2, In nil probability n punitive expedition will be
sent against the tribesmen who took part in tho 'raid on tho British
military poets in India. The authorities nic now giving the matter
careful consideration, nnd It Is believed here that they will reach a de
cision favoring the disciplining of the rebellious tribesmen.
WRIGHT MAKES NEW RECORD, J
POTSDAM, Oct. 2, Wright has ngaln smashed tho acroplnnlng rec
ord for attitude. During the trials held here today the dnrlng aviator
dnivo his frail machine to n height of moro than 1,600 feet nbovo tbp
enrth. The ticlilocmcnt of tho Amorlcnn expert Is the sole sourru ot
conversation among aviation cnthuxlasts.
FINAL CARNIVAL FESTIVITDZS. I
NEW YORK, Oct. 2. The Hudson-Fulton celebration cntno to n
closo tonight with a magnificent carnival pntiitlc. Enormous crowd
watched the, passing pageant, which formed a fitting closo to the
epoch-marking festivities which this city has witnessed timing the past
few da) s.
TAFT SIGNS TARIFF BILL
' PORTLAND, Oct. 2. That ho
a mcasuro of policy than anything c
enco nt least, fir President Tuft In t
llvcred hero tonlfcltt. Had ha veto
would have rendered other necessar
The talk made n very evident, I mi)
greeted tho President, '
President Taft will leave-hero t
ho will spend a day on his way to O
PORTLAND, Ore.. Oct. 3. President Tn ft-spent a busy day hero to
day. In tho morning he officiated at tho laying of tho (ornciBtonc for
tho new church building being erected by tho Unlversallst congregation,
preaching a sermon In the present Unlversallst church in the afternoon.
lie also made nn add reus nt tho Roman Catholic church.
SPANISH REVOLUTIONISTS ACTIVE.
PARIS, Oct. 3. Reports have rc-ncbed hero tbnt tho Spanish revolu
tionary party Is actively nt work planning an attack u'ntlio govern
ment iforccs. The revolutionists are manufacturing boombs to lie used
against the government officials and tho members nt tho royal houxu, A
search ot the premises of suspects In llarccluna hns led lu the discovery
of supplies ot arms and nmiinltlon.
Draylng and Exprening -Wood
and Coal Phone 588
O. W. McDougall, Prop.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct. 2, 1909.
MAKAPUU POINT LIOHT-STA-TION
Oahu Island SI7ly Point.
October 1, i909, there was established
at this station a hyper-radlant light,
flashing white 7W seconds, ocltpse Vt
seconds, about 420 foot 'abovo high
water and 25 feet abovo the ground,
on a comet-gray cylindrical towor 20
feet In diameter at tho basq, sur
mounted by a hypor-radlant lantern
with Yortlcal posts and horizontal
saBh bars, painted black.
The light Is visible from a vessel
from jr true (N Mfl B. Mag.) nroiind
by west and south, to J23' true (8H
by B 15-lfi E mag.) obscured bo
twecn 161" truo (S8E M6 B mag.)
and 171" truo (8 by B 1MB B mag.)
by Manana Island.
In clear wcathor tho .light should
bo vlBlble at a dlstanco ot 28 miles,
tho observer's cyo bolng 15 feet abovo
Approximate Geographic Position.
latitude 21 1C 21" according to
Chart RC7 Hydrographlo Ofllco,
Latitude 21 18' -47" as taken from
Blue and Black
FROM MOTIVE OF POLICY.
signed the Payne tariff bill moro ns
Iso, Is the statement made by lufcr
ho courso of n speech which he de
ed tho tin Iff bill, said Mr. Tuft, ha
y legislation absolutely Impossible.
resslou upon the audience which
his c ruing for Sacramento, where
aklntiil and Sun Francisco.
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Excavatinp and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
Hawaii Territory Survey, 1902.
Longitude '157' 39' 8" ns.takcn from
both above authorities,
OAHU ISLAND Honolulu Harbor
Channel Light No, 4 ReestnbllsHed.
This beacon light carried away July
31, 1908, was relighted on September
30, 1909, As nt present located, the
light Is about 55 foot to the eastward
of Its former location, nnd about 95
feet from tho edgo of tho dredged
chminol limits, and 150 feet from the
S3 ft. curve.
Crematory Chlmnoy, 01" CO' true
(NE 9-ifi E m.ig.); Quarantine Wharf,
East tangent, 12 20' trim (N 3-lfi 15
mng.); Flagstaff In fiont of office;
Quarantlno Island, 33C 40' truo (NW
Temporary Clinnnol Buoy 4 was, not
discontinued on (September 30, ns here
loforo announced. It will ho discon
tinued on or ubout Octobor 4, 1909.
By order of tho L!ght-Hoii3o Board.
V. S. HOUSTON,
Lieutenant, U. S. N
Assistant lo the Inspector,
12th L. If. District,
Bulletin Basiness Office Phone 230
Hnlletln Fnltnrlal Ttnnm Phnnp 1fA
Some light-weight goods of su
perior quality just received that will
make up into very stylish clothes.
W. W. AHANA CO., TAILORS.
02 S. King St. , No Branches,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, October t.
OAVIOTA AltlvcJ Oct. Is
H. S. V S. P01 fer. Iicnco Sept. 23.
1AV10TA Stilled Oct 1:
Sp. Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
PORT TOWNSUND Arrived Oct. J:
Ilktne. Mnry 13. Wltikulmatin, hencj
NEW MATSON UNER
Local Stockholders Favor
J. P. Cooko, speaking for Alexander
& Baldwin stockholders In tho Mnt
son Navigation Company enthusiastic
ally endorses llio piiipo'sltlonUhat til"
Matson Navigation Company should
Immediately place an older for a pas
senger and freight steamer as largo or
larger than the Wllhclmlna for tho
Mr. Cooko believes that tho tourist
trado should bo taken care of now an:'
lie believes In looking ahead to tin
'prospective growth two yuura hence.
In support of this belief Mr, Cooke
acting for his concern anil iithur locM
stockholders, speaking for their car
poratlons, havo written Captain Mnt
ton strongly urging that he phce tin
order for this new steamer and alsr
unnounclng that they are ready tr
tnko their proportion of tho moiio;
icqultcd to carry this plan through.
Thus tho money 'Is mailable- nnd the
opportunity offers to provide for H"
wall's own trnfllc with IU own Bhlpi
nnd Its own capital. 1
"I wish It understood," said Mr
Cooke this morning, "that the stocl
holdets of tho Mntsim Navigation Com
pnny appreciate tho vuprort tho lul
ucsH men of Hi)iiiiluliv.hnvc given then'
In tho nintter ot freights. Our hhlr
havo been full. I think tho Mauul
Company should tnko caro of tho lu
creased trnfllc nud I linpo to get a fav
orable icsronso from Captain Mauon
"It should be understood tint the
Mutton people cannot build Ihli n-v
steamer unless tho opposition to Ih'
coastwise shipping laws Is wlthdiBwi'
III recognition of tho effoit to ri'Si'iir
to the needs of tile transportation sit
'Continued from Paca T
ly. In order to placo a maximum din
liiiico, 300 feet Is mentioned, t-o tint
,1 limit may set for tint fee. Thl
fifty cents Is to cover the tlmo of 0
man to Inspect tho work, making oir
of reiKirts, Issuo of penults, nnd olliut
"Now ns far ns nn alleged holdup ol
the now Telopbono system, I cumin'
sec It, All tho county asks Is for tin
Mutual to grant us space lu their con
dtilts for H16 police nnd flro wire
and wo havo ngrecd to do tho work of
trunsrcrilng them. Tho charter grant
to tho Board a right to liulld and
maintain tho nit eels, and Is only cm
rylng out Its authority In prfilertlnj:
tho stlecls. This Ih tho whole prtipo
tltlnn, and (hero Is nothing to com
"Tho total amount wo ask of tin
Mutual will nut bo over S120O, mul
there Is no Intention on tho p.ut or
tho City and County to work hardship
on nnyono. Wo do not wIhIi any fight
or publicity) but want to tnku caro ol
tho Interests of llio city In the proper
; BULLETIN ADS PAY J
Scaled tenders will bo received nt
tho ofllco of tho City and County
Clerk until 7 o'clock p. in. of Tues
day, October 19th, 1909, for fur
nishing all labor and materials nnd
constiuctlng the Knlinna Bay Sec
tion of tho Belt Head, Dlstilct of
Koolnuloa, City and County of Ho
nolulu, Bids must bo on forms furnished
by tho City und County Clerk, In a
sealed cnveliipo mldi eased to the City
nud County Clerk, and plainly mark
ed on tho mitslda "Tender for Knhti
nil B.iy Section of Belt Road."
A certified check for $250.00 must
bo enclosed with each bid.
Plans and specifications can be had
011 application to the City and Coun
ty Clerk, upon which a deposit of
five dollais will bo required, the
same to be lnturned to the applicant
upon tho leturu of the 'plans and
The llo.ud of Supervisors of the
Cty mul County of Honolulu 10
surves tho light to 1 eject nny or till
lildt or in vvalvo any defects,
I). KALAUOKAI.ANI. .lit..
City and County Clerk.
Honolulu, T. II., October 4, 1909.
4431 Oct, 4, C, C, IS, 19. ''
Sunday, October 3.
Slmr. Kinau, (Iregoiy, from kiiinil
ports, n, 111
,Slmr. Mlkaliala, Tilllctl, from Molo
kni nod Maul polls, 11, m.
Slmr. Keaiihoit, Suck, from Ahukltil,
Schr. Kspadii, from drays Harbor, HI
M. N, S S. Lurllnc, fiom Hllo, a. m.
Sunday, October 3.
P. M. S. 8. Kotea, for S.'in Franebv
co, 10 a. 111,
Cablo ship Flimrenco Wuril, for Mid
way Island, 11. in.
U. S. P.irlflo fleet (eight cruisers),
Scbree, for Nnros Harbor, Admiralty
Islands, on cruise, n. in. ,
Slmr. Manila Kea, for Hllo nnd way
porte, 12 noon.
Stmr. Klmiii, for Kauai port, li p. 111.
Stnir. .Mlkaliala. for Muloknl aud
Maul ports, 5 p. 111,
7 8AIL THURSDAY
dermaii cruiser Arcnnt, Schrocdcr,
for Snn Frnnclsc.- n. m.
Per slmr. Mlkaliala, fiom Molokul
and Maul ports, Oct. 3. Mrs. .1, I.
I!iovvn,K. BiHTiitiilcnii, R. W. C'ntlirnil.
.Mr. and Mrs .1. II. Napjpa, JohhIu Na
palm, Mary Nnpalia, Mrs. Lucy Snillli,
Mr, and Mrs. L. 11. Wood,
Per stmr. Ko iiihiiu, from Ahuklnl,
Oel. 3. .Mrs. J.is. Ua l.aney.
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, Tor Sun Fran
cisco, Oct, 2. Oeo. B. McCIcllau, Cbas.
ttiirtwcll and wife, Mlrs Adcock, W.
O. Irwin, L. Mlzncr, Mrs. H. lvora, .1.
O. Wonlley and wife, Mrs. C. B. Ander
son and child, Dr. Henry Hayes. An
drew Adams, Mr. Hiitton and wife, W.
O Holt, Harold K. Castle, Mrs. M. S'.
Henlinm, Miss Margirct 13. Parrott, E.
F. Bishop and wife. Josliim Tucker.
Dr. W. It. Bacon, Mrs. Sam Jiilinstm
mil son. F. Bradley. 13. R. Shaw, A.
Illont, Mrs. W. 11. Howe, Mrs. I. Wil
bur, Mrs. H. W. Wright, O. L, Oglo, ,r.
11, Oglo, Brtico Cartwrlglit, Jr.. David
Douglas, .1. H. Castle, I). L. Wltblng
ton. L. A. Tliurntmi, Mrs. O. W. Har
vey, D. Harv'ey-Eldcr, Miss draco liar-'cy-Elder,
Norton Boln, U, Tmlltatu,
Burns Macilounld, d. Blilnrlda, M. 11.
Fnlkrnstvln, O. R. Morgan, Mrs.
Works, Miss Blitncbo Hall, Miss Char
lotte Hull, C. Cummins, wifn nud In
fant, Mrs. E. C. Orcenvvell, Miss
drecnwell. Dr. and Mib. (liossnmii.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllnc, for San
I'Viinclsco, Oct. 0. J, II. Drew, Mrs.
Diew nnd child, Donald d. Carpenter,
M is. Carpenter, Miss Hazel Mcslck.Mrs,
".. M. Cooko Jr. nud 2 children. .Mrs. M.
tlnrurky, Miss Anna Paris, Capt. and
Mrs. 11. Ilerger, Mr. and Mrs. May
Iwcll, Mr. nnd -Mrs. I-ovy, Mrs. L. !'.
l'"olsoin and daughter, M. F. Brown,
Mrs, Brown aud child, Miss Hayes,
f. M. Haves, J. Wiseman, Mrs. Uurrcy,
Per M. N. 3. 8. Hllonlnn .for San
Francisco, Oct. fi. Miss Loulso Perry.
Mis. A. MiiePhnll, Miss MncPlinll, Mr.
nud Mru. C. Cuitcr, I.. Todd, Mrs. T.
C. Nugent, Mrs, J. M. Haves and sis
ter, Mrs, J, Wilson, MIks Katherliio
Knight, Dr. W. (1. Rogers and wife.
Mrs. A. MUlls, Dr. E. S. noodhtio. Mrs.
Ooodluio and ilnughter, Mrs. W. J.
Gardner nnd daughter, John Riintz.
I WATERFRONT NOTE8 I
NOW THAT tho sugur season Is
ended llio tcliedule of tile Aiut-rlr 111
Hnwflilan Co. will not bo so crowded,
leneral Agent Morso has delayed bla
lepartiii'u for tho coast until tho No
liraskau leaves and tho local nllli-o Is
'xpectlng won! nt nny tlmo that she
has left Paget Sound for, tho Islands.
Follow lug her tho Pleiades will bo tho
next boat fiom tho Sound cities 011
October 19. Until tho next shipments
In sugar begin the A.-1I. bouts will
make but (lying trips up from the
coast, going buck empty,
THE NEW TONNAOi; tax of two
cents per ton 011 vosrels fiom Ninth
ind Central America and tho West
Indies nud six cents per ton 011 nil
vessels fiom other foreign potts will
so In offect lomoriow. I'lesldeut Tatt
has revoked by proclamation other
picshlcntliil aiinoiiucciiieuts suspend
ing Hie. tax. ,
THERE WILL BE n mull out lienily
every day this week, the Lurllno lo iv
Ing tomorrow, the Hllonlnn tho day
nfter and the Buford prulnbly Tliiuv
day. Tho Malson fiitlithtcr liyadns
will also probably lpavo Ibis vroulc.
THE P. M 8. 8, KOREA left jester
day for the roaBt after a twenty hours'
stay lu port, A number of well Known
local people loft nn her, her thioiigh
pashfiiK'T list being small,
TIIE P. M. S. 8. .Mongolia lo.ivi-l
S.111 l'i anclt co for Honolulu tomoruiw
and Is the next scheduled boat to ar
rive hero from tho coast, Sho-ls duo
uot Monday. X
i. Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 183,