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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, OCT. fi, !!)(!!
All visiting member of the
Order are cordially Invited to
ttud meetings of local lodge!
UA11MUN LUUUE, No. 0, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet )Terj Monday evening V
Tl:3tt in I. 0. 0. f Hall, Fort Street
E. lt.'HENDKY, Secretary.
1'. D. W1CKE, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordUtlj
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of. P.
Meets every nrst and third Frl
lay evening ut 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
tornor Fort and Derctanlo. Vliltlni
irotbers cordlully Invited to attend.
T. I.. NUGENT, (J. C.
II. GOSLING. K. 11. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 01 C, II. P. 0.
Elkk, meets In their hall, on King
6treet, ncur Port, uvcry Friday even
ing Visiting Hrotkers nre cordially
Invito to attend.
E A DOUTHITT, E. B.
II C. CASTON, Sec'y.
C0N011TLU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each month at
J:30 o'clock In R. of P. Hall, corner
Uerctanla and Fort streets.
Willing Cagles ate Invited to t-
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
1. T MOORE. Secy.
Wm. M'KINIEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Lnd and 4tb Saturday
ironing at 7:30 o'clock in K. ot V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. VUlt
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGnEW, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
A'.-thlae Hail. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
I A. PERKY, Sachem.
E. '.' TODD, C. of R.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind von
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sti.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, SEAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building-. Phone 655.
FOB SALE AT ALL BABI
OWL AUTO STAND
C. T. Green, Prop. H. L. White, Mgr.
Hotel St. Entrance to Rink.
Autos at All Hours.
Bulletin Business Ofilce Phone 25Q.
BuUetiu raitonaJ Koom Phon 185.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
J ut oppculti Hold St. FttocU ,
European Plan S1.60 a day up
Amencati Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick ttructure, furnish,
lugs cost S20O.000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retalldlslrlct. Oncarllnet trans
ferring altover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco,
notel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawcts." ABC Code.
OM-stylo straight Ken
lucky Ilourbon. Conti
nental was the favorite
of tlio Southern geutry
of "befoah tlio war" pe
riod. 'A good, honest,
friendly oM whiskey'."
W. C. PcacocR
& Co., Ltd.,
Geese and Turkeys
Your machine will be ready for
van when we sav it will 'be. .We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
AlFXANt2R YOUNG. BUTLDINO.
5 Telephone 5
C. H. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Baby Tonneau i
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J, W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kinr; and Bishop SU.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB
ASSOCIATED GARAGf .
Aircnts for the Kissel Kar and
Merchant St. '
Your. Automobile Top
King, near Sonth.
Bulletin Basiness.Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 180.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
JThe Bg Nickel tjcratcti Patjjf orVale
at the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five cents,
Itene Inch thick, -made up of two hW
dred eheete of good paper. Six for a
Call and toe Mike Paton at the En
If you want a good Job,done,on ai
auto or carriage take It, to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.,',427pueen St.
JR. II. AVV Broadbent, manager, .of
I Orovo farm 'plantation, Kauai, Is hi
town for a fow days and In registered
Ut the Young1; Hotel. j
A.' M. Boylo of Honoicaa, who li
spending a 'few days In town Intends
returning tol the 'Hamakua const' n(
tho end ofjtho week.
Philip Bice and Tom King did some
gbod shark'nalilng at 1 Klpukal Inst
Week, with 'tho aid of several goats
which were pressed, into servlco us
bait, Their -largest prize was n fine
fifteen-foot shark, which was caught
Just olll the "Crocodile" ono of tho
peculiar shaped sandstono rocks which
arc seeifat Intervals nlong tho. Klpukal
coast. Garden Island.
Tho marriage of A. A. Wilson to
Miss Nelllo B. Baker took place at
tho Hllo Boarding school recently, Itiu
ceremony being performed by the Kcv.
Henry P. Judd, The brldo and groom
arc spending their honeymoon ai tho
Volcano House. Miss Baker will du
remembered as a teacher at Kameha
mclin. Mr. Wilson has tlio contract
for. tho extension of tho llllo railway
Wuverley Hall, corner Hotel and
Bethel streets. Is sustaining n record
selilom over rivalled In Honolulu. Ev
ery night the crowds continue to pour
In and, Manager Nalnoa has often been
compelled to turn pcopto away. ' Ev
erybody goes to Wavorlcy hall and
rank makes no difference. .They all
havo a splendid time and come away
only to go again tho following even
ing. Tho Idea Is a good ono and very
new. Admission Is only 10 cents, ladles
free, and 6 cents Is collected for ev
ery dance In which you care to partic
ipate. Tho Kawalhau Olee Club ren
ders the music and It Is the best or
chestra lu the Hawaiian Islands.
t , , AND
Prlmo beer Is biovcn to suit the
Rerkshlre pigs, geese ami turkeys
just arrived from San Francisco. Club
StablcB, 1128 Fort street. Tel. 109.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., havo Just
got in an elegant lino of post card
For tho lawn's sake iuo "Farce
growth." It will do wonders in pro
moting a luxuriant growth tc sluggish
lawn's. Sold In 60c and $1.2i bags by
E. O. Hall & Son.
Seventy now nmberol four-minute
records issued for 'October for tho Edi
son Itionogrnph. Also twenty new
two-minute rccordB. HaWallan News
Co., Alexander Young bulldti'.K
You can make your money go about
twice as far in ftKn.lurc, holding and
woven wire m.iltrijes If you trade at
i, S. Bailey's Hoi,luhi Wui lied Co',
corner King iflij Aliikea 'etrociii
Panoramic friezes aro ampng the
new Ideas In y&ll paper at Lowers A
Cooke. These, aro decorative nocl
II9B of highest 'merit, both a to do
sign and coloring, and tho effect nrd-
duceil Is equal to ho highest class of
All who luvj traveled In fotclgn
countries appreciate the anumonce In
cashing letteis ct ciedlt arl.lrg from
tho difficulties of I lentlficatlun This
is avoided If y mi nrovMc yourself with
the Travelers' CI ciues ls.uo. by the
American Dankei's Assoclutiim and
for sale In Hawaii I thc'Uii-k of Hu
wall. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. S, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m; to: 30 p. m:"'
Charlotte D'l Stcere and hsb to 11
M Whitney D
Lut Naehuelua to Ah Kum. Tu I.
Samuel C Dradley and wf to Arthur
Douse .., D
Arthur Douso and wf to Samuel C
Dradley '. ;.'... 'M
J H Cummlngs and wf to Gen, Lans
ing &'Co V
Western Hawn Onvstmt Ct Ltd to
Fred J Hills and wf ct al Rol
Monlka Keawe and'heb ct al to John
A Magulre' I)
Ella Kaalhue by atty et al to I.nu-
pahoelioo Sug Co '...E
Bishop & Co to IM Kooil Chan ...Itcl
Lot Koon Chan and 'wf to Trent Tr
5 Cosr.td ...'. M
Entered for Record Oct. 6, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m, to 10:30 a, m.
Kapanala to Kahanul (w) D
Evan' da Sllva tnvIoela'v. '. Ilel
Jeanne D King to D M' loela Manoa
noa .....'.'.'. Re!
Eugeno II Yyniali and wf to Wljllam ,
Klnnoy" .... J .' ,.'.'... . t)
William .Klnney and wf to Eugene H
'I.yman '. H
.Eols'C Nallmu and hsb to Jeanna D
King ...'.....' p
nxM Ijoola Manoanoa and wf to Jo
undo B'.Klng '..'...': I)
Long Kco to Klu Bai ai.
John Kahull 'et al by mtgeo to J J
Combs . .' . ,D
Citv Transfer Co.
Jlhirty .Persons Victims ;
' f6f Victoria Mine Explosion
. f '- ' t
VICTORIA, Oct. li.-VThltty.,, persons nro dead ns the tozult nf Uie
frightful explosion which occurred hero today In tho Wellington col
liery, Tlio scenes around the mlnu were hcnrtruiidliig. Immediately
after the first explosion, which entombed tho men, II ro broke out, nnd
tho unfortunate victims were cither burned or suffocated. Every effort
was made to tesrue tho Imprisoned men,' but in no avail,
President Taft Member
of Triseo Qdill Club
, SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. G. President Taft Is .In honorary nicnibor'bf
the newspaper craft of this city. Tonight lm President was the guest of
honor at. a function given by the San Frnncluro l'.ress Club, unit after
the festivities the distinguished guest was unanimously elected nu lion
ornrjl member of the club.
MOSCOW, Oct. G. Colonel Pollnkoff, member or tlui Imporlal Rus
sian Military Council, Is in Merloni difficulties. Today he was arrested,
by the secret police, charged with Irregularities In connection with
public funds Intrusted to his cure, and It is believed thnL his shortages
will run Into thu millions. Colonel PollakoiT has occupied a pmnil
nont plaru lu official circles, and his nrrust hui caused much speculation.
-.r M awl
S93 SUarnt'Elictric A
Ask your draggltt tar the jssuln. and see that the nimt J.l, Kurnsy Is on tviry paektgi.
R.sdipmliKl for aaen Mora reliable and easier to use than powders. - Druggists will
nfnod yonr money if it falls to exterminate cockroaches, walubugs, rata, mice, etc
S ec twx 2(c 16 ... bmi $1.00. At JntiM nprMt pnpU.
STEARNS EUCTMC PASTE COn CHICAGO. IU-
Drajing end .Expressing
Wood' and Coal Phone 588
0. W. McDougall, Prop,
IN FROM MANILA
Makes Record Trip From
Philippines - Exten
Tlio elements conspired in fnvoilim
tho United States Army Trupspoit Iln
ford In her passage of a llttlo loss than
sixteen duj'n across the Pacldc, from
Nagasaki, Japan, to Manila. Tho
army boat steamed Into thu hurbor
early this morning and cast her lines
at the naval dock.
Tho Duford's officers report a ft.io
trip. Practically all tho way over tlio
transport pushed her way through
Tlio, Ilnford Is fast redeeming her
fast reputation ns a slaw stuumer.
whllo at Seattle, tho transKirt was
docked and her bottom was cleaned of
a largo nnd luxuriant growth of li;irn
scles und other murine purusltos. As
a result of this treatment, thu Uuford
steamer from Seattle to Manila Ui tho
fast and furious tlnio of twunty-two
Tho Uuford has also undcrgrmo ox
tensive repairs und alterations and
the Is now In tho best of condition
Tho' Uuford brings fow peoplo or
prominence in Army or tho Philippine
Tho groator portion of troops duo
to leavo tho Philippines becauso of a
termination of their tour of duty lu
tho Islands, dopaited from Manila by
tho tiansport Shcrldun.
Blue and Black
.MWWP W Mfa,
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
hulled from Manila on September 10th
and nfler proceeding to Nagasaki to
ike on coal, continued tho oyagu to
Seattle, direct. Tho Slid Mull Is re
ported ns having left tho Philippines
ciuwded to tho fullest capacity,
Tho llufuul brings llttlo or no
ltelght for Honolulu and Is expected
to get away for San Fiauclsco this
ceiilug or tonight.
On hoard llio, transport are fi2 cabin
passengers, 30 In the Intermodluto and
183 In troop quartern. Tho transport Is
Inking headquarters ami enlisted men
liuiiibcrlng 82 belonging to 1 lie Fifty
I'cvciilh company. Coast artillery.
Theio uro also" eighteen enlisted men
of casual departments, Hospital Corps,
33 men of thu Murine Corps, ami 2'J
from vnrloun ktutlous In the Navy.
Colonel Lincoln Knrmany of tlio
United States Muiluo Corps is tlio
tanking officer on board tho Uuford.
Major (larduor and Captain Malln
Craig of tho 1st Cavalry aro also
bound for Sun Francisco after servlco
In tho Philippines. Lieut. Lu Sngu of
tho Philippine Senilis is leturnlug to
A number of employees of tho va
rlous bureaus connected wllh Ihu Phil
ippine" government uro returning to tho
United Elates on leavo of absenre.
Tho llufni'd snllcd from Manila on
September Hill, nnd hpeut ono day nt
thu quarantliiu station at Mnrivclcs,
leaving there Sept, 13th for Nagasaki.
Lcbs than two days weru spent at tho
Jupancsu xrts taking on bunker coal.
VKSTKltHAV'S IiKPAllTUIlKS in
cluded thu Mntsoii steamer Hilonian,
which left shortly after 10 o'clock this
morning for Sail Francisco. Tho HI
Ionian carried several thousand crates
of pines. If 00 hunches of bananas, n
quantity of sugar, ninl general caigij.
Tho vessel takes boverul Honolulu pen-
plo to thu coabt.
Some light-wedsht goods of su
perior quality just received that vill
rankcup into very stylish clothes,
W, W. AHANA CO., TAILORS.
62 S, King St, No Branches,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, October S.
HAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 3:
H. S. Alameda, hence Sept, 2'J.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed 061 li:
S.iS. Moigollu, 2 p. m., for Honolulu.
Wednesday, October 6.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. C:
IJ. 9. A. T. Thomas, 4 p. pi., for lid-
HAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 0: t
Ilk. Alidiew Welch, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Ocl. fi:
S. S. Nippon Mnru, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed ,Oct. 2:
Bk. St. Kalberlno, for Itcdondo.
Illl.O Sailed Oct. 4:
Srhr. Aiuuitcaua, for (tray's Harbor.
CORN. HONIIY nnd Mindrlca mailn
mi the bulk of thu freight Hit of thu
Jnter-Island steamer Ctaudlne, which
airhpil from Hawaii and Maul isirls
cftcri1ny tnorr.lng. Tho Claudlne
Drought 28 passengers, 218 sacks of
corn, RO enscs of honey, 38 hogs, and
131 packages of sundries. Purser Kob-
Mug reported tho schooner Ilorculls nt
Hllo nnd the hark Neullly nt Ktiliulul
Tho Clnudlnu experienced duo wenth
cr on the trip.
TIIFr AMKRICANHAWAIIAN com
pany's sctnmshlp Nebrnsknn is ex
pected lo nrtlvo nt "Honolulu from
Puget Sound irts on or about October
II. Tho Nchrasknn Is bringing out u
largo quantity of New York cargo nc
cording to ndvlcea received nt I ho local
agency. Tho vessel also brlngu Hiic-j
of freight frnnl Porthiml nnd Paget
ACCOimiNO TO n.lvlren ivrclvsil
at the local iigency of tho Amui Iran
Hawaiian line, tho steamer Columbian
is reported lo hau sailed froir. llllo.
destined for San Francisco, on last
Saturday, Tho vessel Is proi-rcdlu
lo the Paclllc coast port illrtt't. Tin
Columbian carried u fill learg of Mili
ar and gcneinl fi tight.
TIIH INTHIMSLANI) steamer W.
O Hallt foui Kauai ports, nrrlved
this iiinrnttig, brlnslng 12 passengers
unci n general r.rgo liicludlmt Si) sack.1
of torn, 27 bundles of bug-i, 2 horses
nnd 31 packages of sundries. The Hall
met Willi model nlc weather across tho
Knual channel uncording to tlui report
nf Purwr A. K. Chaney.
CLKANINO AND RICPAINTlNO itf
I lie (lornian crulKur Areon.i wait com
menced this morning. Tho war vesri I
was shifted lo thu Channel wharf,
wheru thu work was piogri-islilK nt n
lively rate, llio Arcona Is schu luled
lo sail for San Franclhco tomorrow
momng. Slu will take mall for llio
THE DATK of tho deparluro ot ihu
chartered steamer Pleiades of llio
American-Hawaiian line from Pugot
Sound has been placed nt October !'.''.!i
according to thu nunouncemenl flout
tho local agency of tho ll'ie. The Pie-
lades Is bringing n largo general cargo
for thu Hawaiian Islands.
TIIH AMERICAN bark. Andrew
Welch. Captain Kelly, Is rcpoited to
havo sailed from San Francisco jes
terday. Thu vessel Is destined for
Honolulu and Is bringing duwu li largu
general cargo of mifthundlho for local
THE AMERICAN hark Nuiianu,
Irnm New York, hound for Honolulu,
Is reported as eighty days out from thu
Athu.tlc coast pott. Tho Nuuanu is
bringing a full cargo of general mer
chandise lo the agency of p. lliuwcr
& Co. ,
THE MATSON Steamship Hyudcs
balled for Sun Francisco via Port AV
len shortly btfnro 1 o'clock this morn
ing. Tlio steamer calls at Port Allen
to finish up her cargo of Biigar, then
pioccuis to tho California port.
IIRKWKR & CO. expect lo dispatch
tlui American bnrk II. P. Hlthet for San
Francisco either tomorrow or on Fri
day. Tho vessel will tuko In the
neighborhood of nlno hundred Ions of
sugnr for tho coast.
THE TUO Intrepid will undergo a
general ovcihuuijng pud icpalutlng.
Tho vessel was 'brought over to tho
Marli.u railway yesterday morning and
will ho out of copimlssluu for n fow
THE AMERICAN hark Knlulnnl was
thlftcd to tho Hallway wharf this
rooming and will commence to tuko
on sugar for San Francisco.
Uuford, from Nagasaki, for Honolulu,
l)l. finm Honolulu for Manila,
Uig.in. from Honolulu for Manila
Thomas, from San Francisco for Ilono
lulu, Oct, C.
Hliorlilun, from Miuilla fur San Krmi-
clsco, direct, Sept, IS,
Blank books ot all sorts,
etc., manufactured by the
tf.1.Aaa.1.h MaI !.- &
U. S. A. T. Ilnford. Hall, from Ma
nila via Mnrlvele.i and Nagasaki.
Slmr. W, O, Hall, from Knual ports.
IS passengers, gcnernl itarrfo.
Slur, Cl.ntillnc, lioin Ilnwnli nnd
Maul Kirlsj ,2S paHscngcrs, gentnU
Wrilnoxdny, Oclobcr C.
M. N. S. H, Hilonian, lor Sun Fran
cisco, IQ n. m. ' '
Schr. Alohn, for Ihu Sound.
U. H. A. T. Uuford, Hall, for fian
FiiiiicIsco, T, p. in.
'Stmr. Iwalnnl, for Knual ports, fi
M. N. S. S. Enterprise, from San
Francisco, p. in.
Stmr. Afoul, for Hawaii purls nt 12
(Ibrman cruiser Arcona, Schroedor,
for San Francisco, p, m.
Stmr. W. 0. Hall, Tor Kauai lsirls,
C p. in.
Slmr. Claudliio, for
1 1 lu.
Hr. ciulser llcdfonl, lor Sail Fran
cisco. PA8SENQER3 ARRIVED
Per U. S. A. T. Uuford, fnim Manila.
,lu Marlxeles and Nngasakl, Oct C.
Col. Lincoln 'Knrmany, MuJ. .1, ILOard
tier, Cupt. Malln Craig, wlfo nnd son,
C.ipt. Oeo. I). ArmwHinllh, wITo mid 2
laughters, 1st I lent. A. II. ilarkley,
1st Lieut. Leu I. Sumuolsoii, 1st Lieut.
.1. C. Lo Sag-. 2nd LIuuL F. A. Prlneo
Mid wife, Allicrt V. Fcnach, Mrs. C. 11.
Seezey and 2 children, Mrs. T. Al.
Coiighlan and daughter, Mrs. W. T.
Davidson, ltobt. W. Iliitcher. U. II.
Keole'r. Mis. Francis 3i Kelly, Uurtt
A. Homer, wife und 2 sons, F. If".
trucks, Jos. A. MuuulKg, Charles E.
Shnlwell, James Madison, Mrs. J. T.
Col v I n und 2 children, Mrs. S. A. I toll-"-it,
M'.rs II. 15. Vlnu'crmln, Ll"iit.
Col. (I. S. Hlugbniii, I). Q. M. (1., MuJ.
I. A. Ha) lies ninl son, Capt, R. E.
Wyllie und wire, Lieut. Conulr. Leo
Angeny und wife. 1st Lieut C. II.
Hodges, Ut L'cut. lxo llagoo, U.. s'
A. (lutlied), MIsm Mnrj' Orant, K. UtS
Jacobs, Pciey B. llutler, wlfo and two
tbllrlien, E. CvPhllllps, F. fi. Miller.
wlfo und d.iug'htcr, Hnrry W. Chad
wick nnd wlro, Kills llaldwlu, ChnrlcH
Andeison, Con Daly, Mrs. C. W. Cum
cum nud sou, Mrs. (!eo. Johnson, A.
II. Malum, Ailolpii Fuller and wlfo, W.
A. Davis, Chin lea M. Weber, F. W.
Kerchuer, E. L. Oruy, II. S. Thom-.a,
John Logo, II. T. Holmes, Mlc'.tucl
Casey, James II, Newton, Iloynl H.
Per slmr. Ctaudlne, from Haw-all
end Maul ports, Oct. C E. Konko.
Ruv. II. IV Judd .1. W. Doylo. All
Cluing. II. A. Deas, S A. Anthony,
wlfo nnd rhlldren, Ruv. M. (1. Santos,
wRo and children, A. Tnvarcs and
wife, Mrs. I. AlcNIcoll and 3 children.
W. I. Wells, Mrs. Qulnii, W. O. Hall,
wife and children, I). 11. Davis, W. J.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kiml
ports, Oct. 0. II. A. Jaeger, Mrs. Jan
ger and child, II. W. Purvis, All Chack,
K. Crcmer, Airs. Cromer.
Per. M. N. S. S. Hilonian. .for San
Francisco, Oct. C. Miss Loulsu Perry,
Mrs. A, AlacPhall, MUtr'MacPhatl, Air.
and Airs. C. Carter, 1,, Todd, Aire. T.
U. Nugent, Mrs. J. M. Hayes and sis
ter, Mrs. J. Wilson, Allss Knthorlno
Knight, Dr. W. O. Rogers nnd wlfo.
Airs. A, Mlllls, Dr, K. S. Goodhue, Mil,
Ooodhua and daughter, Mrs. W. J.
Onrduer and daughter, John Rnntz.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Mnul nnd
Hawaii, October 8. MIkh J,. Kaalnap.
Per stmr. W. (1, Hall for Knual porlH
October 7. IS. II. W. Hroadbont, wlfo
nnd child, It. W. T. Lewis.
Per stnir. .Allkuhala, for "Maul inn!
Mnlokal, October 3. Mrs. A. L)ons.
I MAILS. I
Mulls nro duo at Honolulu fioni
points as'Mlows: '
San Francisco Per Enterprise, tninor-
Yokohama Per Nippon Mum, OeL 111.
Vancouver Per Aorungl, Oct. 15.
Colonies Per Aloanu, Oct. 13.
Mulls will depart for llio following
1 oIii'Ih us follows:
San Francisco Per Hilonian, today.
Yokiihahui Per Mongolia, Oct. 11,
Vancouver Aloanu, Oct. 13. '
Colonies Per Aorungl, Oct. )3.
THERE IS u gunorul cutgo oC mqis
chundlsu aboard tho Herman ship Al
exander Isenberg which Is coming citit
to Ihu Hawaiian Islands to nuckfeld
k Co. Tho Aloxauder Isenberg wiih
uiiu hundred and Huvcn. duya out from
SW . v .-,
, it ' V