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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1909.
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Weekly Calendar ,
HA I IJWL1AV1
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
iltuuil meeting ut local lodgs
' 'UAlUnuN - LUUtih, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1?.
Mecte dverj hundar evening at
i j:30 In l. 0 O (" Hall, Fort 8treet
. K. HENDRY, Secretary
. 1 D. W1CKU, N. 0.
Alt visiting brothels very cuidi-ll)
OAHU LODQE. No. 1, K. of P i
Uerte every first and third Krt
-a cvoulng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall
ecracr Fort nnd Deretanlo. Visiting
.Mother, cordially Invited to attend
1 I.. NUGENT, 0. C.
T II GOSLING, K. R. 8.
1 HONOLULti LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
J Honolulu Lodge No. G10, B. P. 0
felk. tueel- In their bull, on King
' ,Mret, .le.ir I it -very Friday even
lag Ultlns Un u,r. ore cordially
Invited to attend.
H ' UOUTHITT, E. H
' H. C. HaSTON, Sec'y.
I , ,
. KulidLULU AERIE HO, E. 0. -
1 Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKU
Krsou vonlui of each month at
.7:80 o'clock lu K. of P. Hall, corner
Veretunla .-art Fort atreeta.
Visiting Engii. ire Invited to at-
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T MOURE. Secy.
Vm. M'KINLE? LODGE No.8, ILofP.
Meota every Lnd and 4tb Baturda)
avenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. VUR
log brother! cordially Invited to at
tend. , F. m. Mconnw, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. 3
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No.' 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every flrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghta of
P)thlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEIIRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of n.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the, market. All m&Vei.
iu i' B b..-.i niM:M c
lu , E Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sti.
David A. Dowsett,
' 'iNGUEANCE. HEAL ESTATE,
20J , Jufld Building. Phone 655.
" ' I ' FOB SALE AT ALL BAR
,-.;0WL AUTO STAND
fv ' U, T. Green, Pro; II L. White, Mgr
ti' i phonc 6iS- -n- ,
f '' x Hotel St. Entrance to Rink.
Autos at All Hours.
'Ak. ' Uulletin Business Office Phone 250
hm BuircTiulUimcrial Kooza Thoo- 185
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Squire
Juit orpc.ilt Hotel St. Fr.acli
Kuropcnn Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lugs C03t 8200,000. High class hotel
atmoderntc rates. Center of theatre
ferring allovcr city. Omnibus meets
nil traini and steamers. Send for
booklet with imp of San Francisco.
Hotel Mcwart now recognizes as
HawilianlMa ml hendquarers. Cable
address, "rrawcts." ABC Code.
Office Supply Co.,
931 Fort Street.
Geese and Turkeys
Yonr machine will be ready fox
tinn urfian tuft miv it nrfll he. We
Jon't-experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANpJl YOUNQ BUODIHO.
N 5 Telephone 5
C. H. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
A Top for YOUR
Kinff & South Sts.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
Bulletin Basinets Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189.
II Iril lUi"tvuKmo
yVcS or tusiHUs
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad foftals
at the Bulletin office' for five cents,
It one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred aheeta of good paper. Six for a
Call and boo Mike Paton at the En
core. Don't mlH "Shark Finding lu the
North Sea" at the Park Theater to
night. Madeira Onlnn Seed Host varioty.
Just recehtxl direct, nnd for sale by
Oonsulvu!) & Co, Ltd.
Anything new In the aborting line!
Anything good In the liquor line? You
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
Mr. Ilralncrd Smith haf-cu display
nt IiIb tifllco In thu Stangenwald build
Ing enlarged photographs of rubber
Irco iilar.tttjona neeurod by Mr. Wat
crhmisa frortt tho Hidalgo plnntntlon,
many uf thorn nppp.irlng In lilr report
It Ih rumored that n publicity de
railment will noon bo ostablliibud nlth
In tho Department of Public Works for
tho i)iirK)E of placing before tlio pub
lic the land laws, nnd regulations of
ilie homeiitead syatem. This Ih in,
keeping with the methods followed Id
tho land depatment-on tho inntnland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Anderson, a new
ly married couple, wero passengers
for llllo on tho steamer Enterprise
The) were man led nbout four weeks
ago at I ho homo of the bride In North
Held, Vermont. Mr. Anderson was
formerly etn)ilojcd by tho Onotnea
Susar Co. nt l'apalkau, Hawaii, and
Is returning thero to accept his for
mer position. Mr. Anderson Iish many
friends In the Islands who are extend
ing hearty welcome to ho and tils
The Kllohana Art League meets In
the 1-eaRiio rooms on the corner of
Deretanla and Miller streets this af
ternoon. Tills Is tho flrst annual meet
ing for some tlmo and tho (list as
sembly Of members since Miss K
Scluioor (ook over the duties of Sec
retary that Mrs. Graham had to re
linquish on account of press of work.
The League will continue Its work at
Its old homo, anil incidentally a thor
ough Inspection has been mada of the
Lulldlng and It Is reported entirely
safe for all the people it can hold.
When J on want grocerltg ring U
Levy's, phone 7S.
Talk about tho north pole, whyf
You can find something far better at
Chnrllo's Orpheum Saloon.
There is a dand; lot of burnt leath
er postal card albums on dldplay at the
.Woman's exchange. Hotel near Ben-
Eon tc Smith's. f
Young nusslan Pole who speaks and,
writes good ICngllsh, Is advertising fpr
a clerical position In this city. See
Carefully selected ohli.slovo wooj
and Al stovo coal sold by Union-Pacific
Transfer Co , phono E8. Proniat
'ellvcry. full measure and extra qua!
Hy. . "
young houeekeepers who wish to be
set on tlio right road In choosing a re
frigerator aie recommended to tne
hardware department of Tlieo. II.
Pnvtes & Co., Ltd.
Few people consider the Importance
of having their electric wiring done by
expert and careful workmen nnd yet
two-thirds Of tho (Ires of the present
day are caused by defective wiring.
Tho Union Klcctrlc Co., Harrison
Illock, do tho boBt work In Honolulu.
Exnmtno your car carefully. Is tho
ton nronerly proportioned? Not on?
out or fifty ready-made tops are right
for tho cdrs they are on. Thoy lack
stlo. Visitors from the east hayo
commented on this lack of style In the
Honolulu cars. Oct a top built ,fo
j our car by np W. W. Wright Co , w ho
Every business man realties the Im
portance of changing his ads In the
naners weekly. It's a detail that Jie
cannot leavo to., clerks and jut never
has tho tlmo to attend to himself.
Many of tho largest business houses
have been employing the .services of
the Chas. It. Frailer Company for ovor,
eight years, with very satisfactory re
bultB. You may think It Impiactlcablo
to liavo an outsider attend to jour ml
vertlslng, but you must remember that
It takes trained advertising men very
llttlo time to become Insider. In regard
to a knowlodge of your stock.
THE AMTSRICANrHAWAIIAN com
pany's freighter Pleiades, which sallod
from Honolulu and xHuv(allan ports
with sugar nnd general lines of cargo,
is reported to have arrived at Ban
'ranclsco yesterday. --
$2,750 Large Cottaee in good
condition and well painted. Three
bed rooms, eleotrio "lights, sewer.
Corner lit 50x150. Fruit trees. f0n
Kuakini Road, near car. Bargain.
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
3 jM. h. Lv
Jas. H. Love
Admiral Dewey Champions
American Ship Subsidy
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. In Ailmlinl Dewey thu tlianiplons tif ship
subsidy have un enthusiastic supporter. In the lotirse of un Intervlow
given today, tho Admrlal of the Navy
shipping must bu subsldlred.
Not only from the standpoint o f (omnicrclnl Inleie.-t iloei tho Ad
mlral 6f llio Navy favor ship subsl dy, but as u inmHlon of sifcty In
caso of war(as well. Without subsl dy, has thu hem of Manila Hay,
America must remain without sufll dent colliers to furnish' fuel to her
war fleets In time of emergency,
i m m
PRESIDENT STAGING THROUGH Y0SEMITE. '
WAWONA, Oct. 7. President T.ift (ncrcil (lilrt-four miles
through tho hc.ut of Ihu Yosemllc Valley by stage today. The glgantle
sequoias of the Mariposa big tree groo were visited, ns was (Under
Point, The President nnd his part 'will renkilil in tho valley ' until
Sunday, when they will leave HI l'orlnl for Merced, fio mwlilch place lie
will continue on his lour.
EL PORTAL. Oct. 7. President Tuft Is making thu Join ney through
the Yosemlte by stage. Ho Is enjoying thn respite fioni thu ceaseless
round of speechmaklng which has been tho lule ulnce he started from
lleverly on hU western trip. ,
GAYN0R WILL ACCEPT NOMINATION.
NEW YOHK, Oct. 7. Justice! William J. On nor, tlio Democratic
nominee for Hie maoralty of Oreater New Yoik, today announced that
he will accept the nomination nnd stand for election.
William Randolph Hearst, who.
for mayor nt an enthusiastic mass meeting participated In by thousands
of citizens. Is as jet undecided ns to
stand for election on an Independent
After (injnor's nomination, Hearst formally endorsed the candi
dacy of the Justice.
WINTHR0P INSPECTS MARE ISLAND.
MAUI: ISLAND, Oct. 7. The M )n ll.ccl.ninn Wlnlhrop, Anlstitnt
Secretary of the Navy, today in
Mare Island Navy Yard. After
the fnclllltcs far docking and repairing ships of wiir, ha declared him
self to be In fnwir of extensive dredging opeiatlnns In the
channel, to provide feu thu entrance
STRUGGLE BEGINS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP.
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PlTTSIJUJtU, Oct. 7:-Tho groit Btrugglo for tlio baseball cham
pionship of the worlcf'wlll commence, hero H.itmduy, when tho Detinlts,
tho pennant team of '"tho American League, nnd thu Pittsburg team, thu
champions of 'the National League, will iilay tho first gnmo of no great
Drayinc and Exp-essing
Wood and Coal Phone 088
may oo Alone
Again Comes the Report That Toyo
Kisen Kaisha .Is Dissatisfied
With Share of Trans-Facifio
Business With Pacific Mail.
For sovcral months past thero has
been all sorts of rumors curient
throughout tho 1-ist concerning much
dissatisfaction by the Tojo Kisen Kul
bha, tho Japanese Stoamshlp Company
over the slim proportion of tho tinns
Paclflc business which has of lato fal
len to their share In the existing ar
rangement with tho Pacific Malt.
The now Japanose liners hao beejfd
arriving nt Honolulu from Hongkong,
Shanghai and Japan rts with fewer
passengers and considerably less car
go than tho Pacific Ma)l steamers,
which uru operating on a Joint sched
ule. William II. Avery, assistant mtuager
of tlio T. K. K passed through Hono
lulu F.onio weeks ago on his way lo Sun
Francisco after an extended confer'
enco with the directors of tho Japan
cso B-amshlp company at Tokyo. I let
arrived on tho coast by I ho Tenjo
Maru and Immediately upon his step
ping ashore the old and oft-icpeatcd
story of dhorce proceedings between
the T. K K. and tho Pacific Mall was
While It Is Iruo that ono reason
for the lack or freight given to Japan
ese liners had of lato been duo to a
bpcott Instituted by certain Chinese
factions at Hopgkong and Shanghai,
tho story has .boon going tho rounds
of Oriental ports that tho Japancso
Blue and Black
Co. D. K
exprcsMd the belief that Anii-rleuii
without his consent, was nominated
whether or not lie will content lo
ulo n thorough Inspection of tho
going ncr the laid and studs Ing
and dep.nturo uf ships of heavy
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Ntwariu Stream
line had charged discrimination In tlio
apportionment of business Intended for
tho United States,
It has been lopoitcd that tho Jap
anese Hue desired u working utrniigo-
ment with tho Western 1'aclOc load,
which has nut madci arrangements for
a stcnuHilp conmcllnn with' tho OrP
cut, but nc liber tho Western 1'acinu
leprescntnthcH nor Ilia Japancso
steamship nfllclnls vcr slguillud th-.ft
negotiations to that end had been op
ined, Ou (ho other hand, tlieio has
long been a minor that Urn Western
Pacific Intends lo work will) tho Hal
rliunii ftcjmshlp Hues, In which event
fiiy' connection the Japliicsc might
hao wllh tho Gould llau would lie
about ns Ineffective as Ihu ono with
tho Pacific Mull.
When tliti Ten) (i Mnru passed
through hero shn carried hut thirty
eight saloon passengers and nbout an
rciuaf number In thu slicingc. The
Mongolia, which proceeded hoi- from
China and Japan ports to I lie Pacific
coast hnd 20U In tho saloon, unci over
400 passengcrH tun cling In tho steer
Tlio oulcomo or tlio mnttcr nnd n
satisfactory adjustment will bu await
el by lljuoluliiwith considerable In
SUOAR M1I.L1NO mnrhlnoiy con
stltutoil tho major portion of tho cargo
brought to (lio port by tho inter Island
steamer Keiiufiou, which nrrlwd last
evening fiojn' Hawaii ports. Tliiro
woro three lmay pieces nt marlilnery
left here. Tlio Keaubuii met with mod
crato weather ou tho inward o)ago.
TUB STHAMnitS Kejuhou and Noo
eau are taking on shipments nf coal
lutcndcil for ports on Kauai and It U
the Intention to dispatch tho vessels
for the Garden Islam! tonight
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.
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' IN POHEIBN KUHIS I I HmVtU 1
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Friday. October 8.
ittlltr.KA Arrled Ort. 7!
Ilk. K. C. Allen, llenee Sept 17.
POUT TOWNSi:NI Arrived Oct. 7:
Sp. Nordstperncu, bunco Sept. 11.
rftlVA Balled Oct. 4:
H. H. Mnrnma, Tor lltiuoliilii,
ilCDONDU Snllud Oct, 0: .
Hchr. W. II. Maletolt.
JAN KIIANCISCO Arrived Oct. 7:
S. S. Pleiad), lionco Sept. 27.
SAN FItANOIBCO-Hallcd Oct. 7:
Ilk. Olympic, for Honolulu,
MEMO Mull for S.m Francisco, po
1 Clciinnu warship Aicima will closi
nt G p. in. today.
Wednesday, October C.
RAN ritANCISCO Halleil Oct. !:
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, I p. in., for Ho
SAN KHANCI8CO flailed Oct. G:
Ilk. Andrew Welch,, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Srtllcd Oct. G:
S. H. Nippon Mnru, for Honolulu.
IIII.O Snllfd Oct. 2:
Ilk. St. Ktithurlne, fur llcdoudo.
WATERFhuNT NOT Ctt
!U:!U:.IS time hundred Ions o
Height fur tho I la wallah Islands oi
board tho Canadian Australia liner Mi,
lama which is roixirted lliioiin'li tin
ngency of T. II Davles & Co. us o.
roiilo to Honolulu from Sydney an
Austrulllin porln. 'Hie vessel pisse.
ttimi on Huuilu) and Is expected lo ai
rhe Iihici on Tuesday, O. tuber 12. 'lb
agent, uunour.cu Hint tho voisil wl)
Imvo plunly of passenger ncciminindi.
tlons for lluito Intending u departitn
lor tho coist. Tfio Mnrjma will h
given u piompt dispatch.
TIIR TOYO KISHN KA13II.V lino
Nippon Mnru, fiom lloiigkuug. Kli.ni
hal and Japan isirts, h expected tc
an he nt Honolulu ou thu nfleinoo,
of October lr.lli or thu month of Ih
tilth, according to nvnllnhle advlccii re
cc Ived jliruiiRh llio IocjI agency of II
llnckfehl K. Co. Thu Nlpiou Maru wll
bring about (he hundred Inns of Oi
lenlnl cargo for this port. Iho esse
will have abundant accomiirodntlou fc
layover passengeis fiom lloncilulu t
Snu Finnclscn who mo entiled lo pat
sugu 111 it foreign hnttnui.
HICi: AND PADDY mado up th
bulk of Iho caigo received at tho (or
tills morning by (lie Intc-r-talnnd steam
er Noeau fiom Kmi.il ports. Tlio vv
set an h oil nt H o'clock, bringing G daol
pisrengcrs nnd flfto sicks of piddy, fill
sacks of rice, fid sic'tof hr.-n ami 2
packages of sundries. Puihur l'liiu
iciKirts fair, weather bith outward an,
NRW IlOILlntH will ho fltlell Inti'
tho naval tug IiikiuoIs at tlio iccoir
meiiihitlon of u special board of survC) ,
II has not )ct boon detei mined v.heth
ei llio lioipinls will ho sent to Sai
I'mrilsro. To piocced to tlio co-is
under her own steam Is oiit of th
question for tho Iroquois nnd If sin,
does mado thu Journey she will have
lo ho towed,
THU MATSON Navigation Co..
Ltenmcr Hntcrpilsd' sailed froim the
I ort shortly ufter S o'clock this morn
Ing with ilestluatloii ns llllo. In trail
sit tho vessel onirics between two and
tbreo thousand tons of general carg
brought down fiom Snu Francisco. The
Hntcrprlso'lunk on oul) a small cargc
Till: PACIFIC MAIL liner Mongolia
from San Finnclscn to Iho Fur ICasI
vla-portB of call, Is duo to nrrlvo nt
Honolulu on Mondiy, according to In
fuiiuatlnu frcmi 11. Hncl.fuld & Co, the
local icprcscntilllvc'H for tho Hue. Tin
vessel Is bringing general cargo and n
largo number of pusscngcrs.
AllOUT TWHNTY HHAD of prize
cattle .for tho lancben near Muhukoiia
left Honoliil uloday by thu stcomci
Maul, Thn Maul look c irgo for Hawaii
ports ntid her Height list Included nug
lip machinery for Wnlii.ikti nnd general
BUiidrles for olhei' iiorts of call,
Till: TALK of sending ono of llio
old mmiltois of tho II. H. Navy lo Ho
nolulu ns a station ship luia again
been icvlved. Tlio hopo Is oxpiussed
by Iho local naval o(1Uth tint Hawaii
bo given a vultablu vessel for station
In Iheso w liters. -Its
THR 1NTIHM8LANI) steamer Nll
hnii, fiom Hawaii ports was an nnlval
today, bring two deck passengeis nr,N
a general cat go, Including C99G s-icks
of H. S. & Co, A sugar B0 head of
cattle ami 29 packages of Huudiles,
AMONtl TJHJ wludJauiniciH npw cu
unto to Honolulu from Kan Francisco
Is tlio American Inik OI)mpla. which
Is reported to have cleared thu Califor
nia port on October 7lh with a general
THU HII.ONIAN, a Miithnn Nnv(gi
lion liner, Iub been ropoilcd by wlru
less as 350 miles off cnt Inst night.
The vcsiicl met with northeast winds
and quiet sens,
A SHIPMCNT of coast lumber from
Rcilnndo is icported to hnvn sailed
from Hint port, destined for Honolulu,
on October -tlu
1 rldny, Octohir 8.
Htmr. Nllhnii, from Hawaii ports; 2.
passengers, general cargo
Stmr. Noeaji. from Knual isirtsi 1,
paffergers, gouoral cargo. t
, Stmr. Ke Aulllou, front Maul nnd
Hawaii Hirls; no passengers, general
Tliuiriilny Oct. 7,
Rlatidlno, for Maul ports.
Friday, October 8.
M. Eulei prise, for llllo,
M. N, S,
, DUE TOMORROW i
Ktnir, Manna Kea, from llllo, due In
tho n. iu,
j 8AIL 8ATURDAY
llktn. Irmgiird, ('hrlstlnnsen, for San
rVanclsco, 1 p. m. s
Ilr. 'cruiser Uedford, for San Fran
'Isco, n. in.
j SAIL MONDAY I
P. M. H. H, Mongolia, for Japan
ports, Shanghai mid Hongkong, ii
Himr. ,1. A. Cummins, for Walmann-
In nnd Koolau ports, 7 ti. in.
Htmr. Noeau, for llau-ilcl. Kllauen
and Kirli, r p. in.
Himr .Manna Kei, for Mnui and Ha
vail ports, 12 in
Stmr. Mlknhahi, for Moloknl, M-iul
mil l-anal ports, C p. m.'
Stmr, Klnnii, for Knual poils, c p. m.
Stmr Mlknhnla, from Molokal ports.
btinr. Mnaii, Irom Kau.il Torts.
I DUE MONDAY ''
P. M. B. S Mongolia from San Fran-h-co.
Passengers, mull nnd general
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1 DUE TUESDAY
. ' i (.
Stmr. .Manna Loi, fiom Knm mill
U. S. A. T. Thomas, from Sail Fran
Ifco; iroops and mall.
IJ. S A, T Thfmias, for Manlhi via
fluam, p. m.
v-.-.i. . . Mnr.inia, for Victoria nnd
Vitncouvor, p. in.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED f
Put btmr. Cluiidluu, for Muul purls
Hid llllo, 5 p. m, J, A. llaich. Mis. H.
r-crnnndoz, W. Prestldgo, lllsbnp Rum
'aulck, Miss Cummlng3. (Mrs. W. Chun
loon, Miss L. Keajk.ipu, John Hoomn
'u, l-.Mlla Knpoo,
Per stmr. Maul, for Hawaii portH,
Miss Williams, S. 8nltn, M, O. Cniiii
bell, Oeo. Klugcl, Mrs. Klugel, H.
lechert, F. O'llilen, Hen Vlckers, M.
I PASSE4QERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. Mlknlmla, for ifaul -poiis,
Oct 12, G p. in. Mrs. C U. Ciiiko.
Mrs. It. C. Sudler, Dr. Judd, 'lis. Jiuhl.
M, S. Harmon, Mrs. Ilnrrum, M Dil
lolt. Per stmr. Mnunn Ke.i, for Mnui and
Hawaii ports, Oct. 12. Miss Rmiim Hn
rakl. Mrs. C. K. Alee, 11. 1). llahlvvln,
Mrs. naldwn. Miss S. S. It) croft, Mis.
Kltzpatrlck and 2 chlldieii, C. H. Conko.
Miss Allco Cooko. W .V. Wilson, Mrs.
Little If, Wlso, Mr, nnd Mrs Spencer.
M. Mitchell, Messrs, Poole, Roaks,
Sinllli, Oeo. O. Cautluy.
Per stmr. Klnaii, fori Kmiul portB,
Oct 10. Mr. Scudder. II. W. 1 Piirvln,
Dr. A. Ilebn and others.
. Mulls are duo. nt Honolulu fiom
points ns follows:
San Frnuclscci Per Mongolia, Oct. II.
Yokohama Per Nippon Mnru, Oct. 1G.
Vancouver Per Aornngl, Oct. IS.
Colonies Per Monna, Oct, 13.
Mnlls will depart for tho folio a Ing
lollitH mi follows:
San Francisco Per Ilcdford, tnnini-
Yoknhania Per Mongollit, Oct. 11,
Vancouver Monnii, Oct. is.
Colonies Per Aornugl. Oct. IB. ' '
lluford, fwini Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Oct, 0.
Dlic, nt Mnnlla.
Logan, at Manila.
TlinmiH, from San Francisco for Hnno
lulu. Oct. B.
Shcrldnn, from Manila for Sealllo, di
rect, Hopt. IB.
A WIItni.IMf Mi:sSAOK fiom IIia
MalGon Navlgallop stenmor l.uillnu.
received at iho agency of Cnstlo H.
Cooko last night, repciited" lhaf vessel
ns 700 miles fiom thu poit nrd sto lin
ing tliimigh slicing head winds nnd
sens. IOvery thing on hoard was le
ACCORDINO TO REPORTS, le
celved hero Iho Canadian ute.inishlp
Muiama from Austinliati uutn to Van
couver pasted Suva" on Ocloher Ith,
Tho vessel will hi Ing goneial caigo
and passengers for Honolulu.
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