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EVENING nUfXKTIM. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1009.
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All vultlag ineiuneirs of the
Order are cordially Incited to
ttnrt nlcwtltii,' "( loral lodge.
"UamWi LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. i
Mocti oer iiundi- eveulng
f'SSu la I O O I Hall Foil Streo
' I!. II. Hi:M)K' , Uecrelan
F. U WICKE. N O.
' All vlsltlas Brother, very turdUU
CAIIU LODGE No. '1, X. of P
Meets everj fli'et and third l'r
1 'day evening at 7.30 la K. of P. Hal
caruur I'ort and Beret-inls. Vliltlfc-5
'brothers cotdln'.b Invited to atlem!
r. i.. nugent, o. c.
' .11. U03UNG. K. H. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E
" ' Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 11. P. O
Elks, nitets In the! hall, on King
"Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordial!)
''Invited to attend
B A. DOUTUITT, E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
.HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY oventngs ot each month at
' 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, coiner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
" VlaKIng Eagles art Invited to at
tend W. M. McCOT, W., Prest.
H. T MOORE, Secy.
"" Vm M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, ILofF.
Meet every nd and 4th SatUfdM
., tvenlnK t 7 30 o'clock In K. of 1.
-iCiU, cor Fort and Beretanla. Visit-
.lag brothers cordially Invited to at-
T M McGREW; C. C.
E A. JACOUSEN, K. R. B.
'HAWAIIAN TItlBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
" Meets every first ond third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially Incited to attend.
' L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
We arc in line with tlie
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Verfurtco i "P'nin
.Just ask for ihc kind yon
Iclinli i nit's Candies always
Kins and Fort Sts.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
" 203 Judd Building. Phone 655.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAR!
OWL AUTO STAND
IJC. T. Green, Prop. H. L. White, Mgr.
.. I rnonc uio.
'Hotel St. EntMnrn to Rink.
Autos at All Hoars.
"''Bulletin Business OBlcc Phone
j''BiiflrfjituJ.ii ;itoom l'hona
San Francisco Hotels
Giary Street, above Union Square
Jutt oni'Mle Hotel St. Francli
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
I jtgj cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
andretall district. Oncar lines trans
ferring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains nnd steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Uctcl Stewart now recognized as
address, "TrawetJ." ABC Code.
INK Office Supply Co.,
031 Fort Street,
Geese and Turkeys
Yonr machine will be ready lot
you when we say it will be. We
lon't experiment on antos; we repair
ALEXANtKB YOUNG BUUDINO.
C. H. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner AlakM and Hotel 8treeti.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
A Top for YOUR
King & South Sts.
J. W. XXRSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT! AUTO STAND
Kinir and Bishop Sts,
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
Agents for the 'Kissel Kar and
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone ISO.
i( It"! nunivHTMiij
xSpJJ 0F BUSINt$J
111 ! Ill ) I IV 'SM
II f-T" I -flr
II l- ttnM Itl
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch -PadW tale
at the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n,offlee,.fpr flva c.nls,
is on Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for i
' . '
Call and see Mike Patun at tlto En
core. Don't tnlss "Shark Fishing in the
North Soa" nt iho Park Theater Uo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Klmer E. Paxton nre
reported tin visiting tho Volcano
II on so.
Madeira Onion Seed Best variety,
just received direct, nnd for dole by
Gonsalvos & Co., Mil.
Miss Parsons, n millinery .artist, hat
taken charge of the trimmed hat do-
1 nrtment of Dunn's 'lint Shop. '
Pmf. W. T. Dlnghntn ofitho staff of
Bishop Museum was a. returning pas-.
hitiKur tunny by the .Mnunn Ken. ,
J. E. Illoln, sugar boiler nt Pnpanloa.
Is I ntnwn on n short lalt nnd is re
newing his old lime friendships.
Anything nuw'ln the iporung line!
Anything good In tho liquor llnet You
can find It nt "The Two Jacka."
Win. .McKlnlcy Eodgu will have
work In tint rank of Knight thin even
ing nt 7:30 nt the K. of,l'. hall.
Hllo papers report Bruce Cart
Wright, Jr., as taking another moun
tain trip In order to observo volcanic
uctlvlty nt rloso range.
II. V, Pnllen, manager of the First
Bank of Hllo, Ltd., canto In on tho
Manila Ke.i tills morning and Is reg
istered nt the Hawaiian hotel.
Chalmers Graham, representing the
Vnhollno Oil Company of the Coast,
has returned from a flying trip to
Maui nnd Hawaii porta.
Honolulu Temple No. 1, Pythlau
Sisters, lira going to givu a ttoclal and
dance at K. of P. hall on Tuesday
evening, Oct IB, for the benefit of
the Temple. A good time Is assured
to everybody. Admission 25c.
Honolulu may get one of tho big
Christian Endeavor conventions. Rev
Francis E. Clark, president of the
United Society of Christian 'Endeav
orers, has written to tho Promotion
Committee thut the society would con
sldci an Invitation.
Among returning passengers from
Maul nnd Hawaii by the Maunn Kea
today were V. Hind, Sam Johnson,
Miss Catton. W. O. Monsarrat, A.
Perry, M. Pachcco, II. Rosenberg, D.
11. Case, T. It. Ilobtnson, nnd Judge
8. II. Kingsbury. ' '
No declslor has been arrived at with
regards to the Matathon race. The
various runners are waiting for the of-,
fer of tho Athletic Park management
to be put In writing, and then an an
swer will be given. From present In
dications there Is not much chance of
tho liberal ofTer of the Park popple be
ing accepted. '
At a meeting ot tho Honolulu Li
brary Association yesterday the re
port of the librarian and various offi
cers proved the Institution to bo In a
very prosperous condition. It was de
cided that It would be Impossible- to
enlarge tho building at present, and
tho matter of Us absorption by Car
iicglo was also discussed. '
Officers re-elected are: D. II. Hitch
cock, president; Mrs. A. B. Tucker,
vice president; Mrs. Lillian G. Mar
shall, secretary; Mrs. W. C. Weedon,
treasurer; B. F. Dillingham, manag
ing trustee. A. Gartley and E. A.
Mott Smith, trustees Tho financial
report shows donations and Income
for the year amounted to f 3,000,
HARTMAN WANTED CALABASH
BUT WORK WA3 COARSE.
"Dunle" Hartraan made, a heroic at
tempt to capture a handsomo calabash
pipe which tiad been 'hung up as one
pf Jhc prises nt the Ejks,' whist, pedro
and domino contest hold at the hall
last night but his work wag considered.
too conrso for a conspicuous place in,
leflned society. , t
Aided by his able confrere Harry.
Murray, the antlered duet wero foiled.
in getting away with tho handsomo tro
phy throughthp tynxoyed efforts of
other contestant's. Hartman and Mur
lay had surreptitiously punched five,
additional holes In their score cards,
Upon Inspection, tho bnso 'fraud was
discovered nnd tlicy wero brought face
to faco with flagrant evidence of their
The claim of Hartman and Murray
that a heavy-weight member of Hono
lulu's police force wearing hob-nnlei
rhoes had stepped on thcr card did not
go with tho Judges of tho game, and
loud an dlnslstent were tho cnlls for
lemonade and other mild mannered
bevoragos at the expense of tho offend
THE AMBRICAN-bark S. C. Allen
l reported to have , arrived at San
J2.750 Large Cotiaee in good
condition and well painted. Three
bed rooms, electric liehts, sewer.
Corner'lot 50x150. Fruit trees, On
Kuakini Road, near car. Bargain.
P: E. RiStrapdi
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
City Transfer Co. D. D ICT
Jj.H.Love Phone K)2
Justice Moody Is
Taken Seriously III
NEW YOHIC, Oct. 8..
tice of the United Stntet Supreme Cuntirt, and former Secretin y of the
. .nvy. Is in n crltknl condition. The Justice li now nt his homo In
Haverhill, Mass, where he hits been ill for sumo tlfnc, lie Is icpottcd
to be suffering from rneuinntlc gout. ,
bench since 190C,
tury of the Navy,
lias been n member of the United States Supremo
For two voars ending July 1, 111 04, lie was Scere
Froiu 1U0I to l'JOtl he wui.Al'loruev-Ocucrnl ot the U
W. R. HEARST WILL, RUN.
NEW YORK, Oct. 8. William Randolph Hearst will be n cnndl
ilnla for the mavortilty of Greater New York nt tho, coming election.
Hearst today announced that he would nciept tho Independent nomina
tion which was nuorded lilm nt n'ntuss meeting of cltircus. The nomi
nation came without the solicitation of the nominee.
The Civic Alliance Is tho nnnio which Judgo Guvnor's supporters
have chosen for that wing of the Democratic party which has liccn sup
porting Guynor for the office of the chief executive of tho city,
i ti ' in
PRESIDENT'S O00D REST.
GLACIER POINT. Oct. 8. Guarded by n troop of United States cav
alry, Picsldcnt Taft slept In tho hotel here at nn elevation of 7,000 feet
above the sen level. ,
Tho President Is enjovlng his novcl'expcrlcnrcs In the Yoscmlte Val
ley grently nnd feels much recuperated. Tito fatigue. of the long round
of speechmaklng through which he hits just passed,' nnd the rcnllz.itlon of
what Is before him, has lna'le the President very glad of n chance to
take n brief respite.
WRIGHT'S OFFICIAL FLIGHT.
COLLEGE PARK. Md , Oct. 8". The flight of the .now neirfplnno"
which tho government has purchased was completed today. Wilbur
Wright was nt tho tiller of the flying machine, nnd the flight waH, thor
oughly successful. Tho test wbb watched with groat Interest, by army
officers, who nre enrrjlng on n lively debate In regard to Hie practic
ability of the heroplane, in Its present state of development, for mili
tary purposes. , V
D0 6lvTVtt m
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal i. Phone 088
Q, W. HcDougatl, Prop.
MIssVMarle Kenny, n talented dra
matic teacher, has opened a studio at
17B Beretanla street.
Scandanavla belting Is sold by Ho
nolulu Iron Works Co. Offlco, Nuuanu
St.. opposite Merchant's!.
Tim ladles should surely nttend tho
opening display of Parisian novelties
at Whitney & Marsh'B on Monday.
Go to Mclneruy's Shoo store nnd get
a pair ot Packard sohes for men. A
now gun metal calf for only 11 CO.
Pan Kn Hati.i la pure soap that
'cleaiiH better llian "" other soap 0x
tant. Your grocer will supply vou.
Kalland, winter styles In Knox and
Beacon hats at Stlva's Toggery. Knox
$5; Beacon mado by tho Knox Co.
For tho very best soda water to bo
had In tho city,-ring up telephone 71,
the Consolidated Sodu Water Works
Fine new ttock of Pajamas In mad
ras, pongee, mercerized cottons, nun-
nols, etci at The Kash
Fort ami Hotel streets.
Co , corner
Whitney & Marsh will put on exhi
bition on Monday,the most cxcluslvo
and, and beautiful 'Parisian novelties
In silks, robes 'scarves, etc., ever Im
Borgstrom Music Co.' havo hold tho
agency for tho Checkering piano for
nearly twelve, years .nnd during that
time have Miiply proved Its supremacy
. .u .1 .'- . i - i ...
Oet the Dur-a-bul brand ofstypewrlt
pr ribbon and you will get tho host
I no uur-a-um is boiu u . n. nncihu
& Co. and has no equal. For all kinds
ot typewriters. All colors.
Tho Leonard CleanaUe Refrigerator
Is tho easiest In tho world to clean and
uses less Ice than any other mako In
the market, Bltr' new stock at H.
Hnckfeld & Co, Hurdwaro Depart
ment. Baseball playcrB know that such a
small detail as dcfectlvo shoes often
loses a. game. It Is Importont to havo
only tho best. Tho best baseball shoo
Blue and Black
. f i -f rtt - f
i No Bugs.
William II, -"Moody, AMoiluto Jus
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
Is sold by Manufacturers' Shoo Cu. Sec
nil nn front, p.igcV t ,
A perfect avalanche of now guodt; of
all kinds In ovcry department nt tin
N. S. Sachs Dry Gnodx Co. now on ills
piny. The show lugs of Fall millinery
and dress materials aro particularly
That certain Indcflnnblo thing called
style will be found In tho clothes mudu
by tho W. W, Ahana Co. for not only
nre tho jmtterns selected with rare
tacto bill their cutler puts un Indlvldii
nllty Into tho cloth he Is cutting.
With tho Wireless at jour service
you, should not tillow u friend to ui
pioach the Islnnds without having ro
eclved n wclcnnilug message. Let
them know that yon are anticipating
their coming; it will bo appreciated.
Exquisite coinl necklaces In tho
rough and fiollslied. Antimony curios
horn Nlkko. lUwall & South Seas
Curio Co, Young building, next cable
offlco. Bishop street. Beautiful Swat
raw, Chinese, jlrawji work In dolluys.
covers und pieces.
Good tunto Is a quality that hhould
bo combined with ut)lo In , nil Uiluga
pettulnlng to dross. The beautiful Fall
millinery now being exhibited by Miss
'Power exemplifies this lo tho highest
degree. Every lint In her collection
coiutilleH with the dictates of good
,ng,e ntlIi .. i rm miiitnl.ry nnw 0n
display Is well worth seeing. Boston
Block, second floor.
UNITED STATES Army trans
port Thomas picked 'up Iho Kahuku
wireless station last night and from
Information received, T. J. O'Brien i
I American Ambassador lo Japan, win.
nnt n riqrunniM, (it. tlm Tlinmnu lml
, th() M ' u
w'3 roiKirtfd that the American dplo.'
- l ',,,-,., w (tlH ALV
' when fwm
wns somo nlno'liundrod miles out from
TODAY'S DEPART HItES Included
the British cruiser Bedford. This ves
sel sailed shortly after 1 o'clock for
Snn Francisco and a small amount ot
local mall was senj. nbojrd for transit
to tho enna. Tho departures !f tho
smart cruiser was witnessed by u largo
delegation ot fik'nilu of tho popular
bIiIp'b officers nnd men. They wero
given nn enthusiastic fnrovvell.
Some light-weight goods of su
nerior quality just received that will
make up into very stylish clothes.
W. W. AHANA CO., TAILORS.
62 S, King St. No Branches,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, October' 9.
SAN I'ltANClSCO Hnlctl Oct. 8:
Bit, Atiiilu JohiiHOti, for Hllo.
IAN MIANCISCO Arrived OttO:
H. S. Koten, S u, in., heiire Oct. 3.
ICTOItlA Sailed Oct D:
S, H. Auinngl, fur Honolulu.
'OUT TOWNSEND Arrived Oct. S:
SclirAilmlrnl, from Aliuklnl, Sept.
Friday, October 8.
.MIllEKA Arrived Ort. 7:
Bk. S. C. Allen, hence Sept. 17.
POUT TOWN8END Arrived Oct. 7i i
8p. Noidslpcrnih, henco Sept. ll
l' WATERFRONT NOTES
EIGHTY-TWO CABIN and 121 deck
passengers nrrlvcd nt Honolulu this
morning by tho Inter Inland steamer
Maunn' Kea. Tho vessel brought gen
j ml lines of cargo from tho big Isl
and, Including 14 sacks' of corn, 20
cords ot wood, S cncs of chickens, 4
horses, IS crates of Hawaii celery, 22
nags of taro, 185 railway ties for tho
mainland and 172 packages of Rim
drlis. Tho Maunn Kea met with line
weather on tho Inward trip. At tai'
haltm tho steamer picked up tho dis
tinguished' hunting, pnrty that at
tempted to ellmina'to nit- tho fleet
footed goats that adorn tho scenery
iss tho Island of I.ntml. While shy In
spoils ot the' chase tho hunters re
ported u line time.
THE LAST VOYAGE of the Amerl
can bnrkcntluc Irmgard under the man
agement of F, A. Schaefcr & Co. Is
believed will commence today when
thai vessel was dispatched for Stu
rYnnclrco Inking n shipment of about
xevcii huuilrc.il tons ot sugir for coast
refineries. 'I ho vesycl is Minn to pass
Into I lie hands ot the Mat sun Naviga
(inn Company. Tho Irmgird sailed for
Iho Pnclllc Coast port shortly nfttr 1
NEWS HAS boon received hero that
the German crulrcr Alcona, which
sailed tho first of lliu week for San
Krnnclsco will return to tho Hawaiian
islands' the first part of November
The Information came to George Ro-
iiiek, Acting consul ni iionomm ioi
Germany. A return visit of the .Vr
eilna will be nwnited by Honolulu pt-o
pie Vv llh much pleasure mil gratlftci
THE REPORT of Purser Phillips of
the .Mnunu Ki vr nnnouuecs tho r.tenm
ir hwilanl nt Kukulhncle. The Mnunrt
Ken passed the Matson Navigation
steamer Enterprise In tho Hawaii
i.hanncl. Tho steamers Miknhala and
Cluudlno wero nS I.ahalna when tho
Mnunu Keu left for Honolulu.
AITER -GATHERING up sugir nt.
Port Allen und oilier Kami ports mo
Matson Navigation steamer llvades
arrived off the; ort enily this morning
ami wns uorineu ai enc icauwuy wiuri
Tho vessel Is loading for San Fran
tlsco'and Is expected tei snll this even
ing for tho California iort via Kahu
THE STEAMER KAIULANI Is re
ported by tho Manna Ken ns nt Hllo
when tho latter vessel sailed for Ho
nolulu. Tho Kuunl wns reported from
Hunokuu n'ml ns tho Mnuiin Kea was
Icaylng Kuwnllmo slio paused the
steamer Llki'llko bound for that
ACCOKD1NG TO Information which
tins reached this isirt tho American
bark Annie Johnson is reKirtod to
have sailed fiom San Francisco with
n largo general rnrgu destined feir Hllo.
Tho vessed-left tho California, poit on
ACCORDING TO' ADVICES ecelv
cd hero thu schooner Borealls wus
discharging lumber nt Hllo nt tho
time of the departuiu ot tho steamer
Mauuu Kea, while tho schooner De
fender was unloading general cargo at
A WIHELES3 from tho Mntson Nav
igation stenmer Lurllno, received
through tho agency of Castlo & Coeiko
lnst night, reported that vessel os 893
miles off tho port stonmlng in light
winds and smooth seun. everything
nil O. K. ,
TAKINO BALLAST ONLY, with
destination as Blioalvvnter Bay, the
American bnrkentlno Bcneclu, which
arrived hero on September 11th with
lumber for Allen & Robinaon, will bo
PURSER PHILLIPS of the steamer
Mnunn Kea repot ts tho following su
gar on Hawaii awaiting shipment:
Wnlakea, 5,700 't Puiialuu, 0,772; und
Hontiapo, Ci200 sacks.
Buford, from 'Honolulu for Son Fran
Cisco, Oct. G.
Dlx, nt Manila.
Logan, at Manila, .
Thomas, from Sau Francisco for Hono
lulu, Oct, 5,
Shorldnn, from MuAlUWor Soattlo, dl
rtct, Sept. IS,
Saturday, Ootobor 9.
Stinr. Manna Kea, from Hawaii, anil
Mnnl ports. Pnss nnd general cargo.
M N. S.'S. Hvndes, Alwcn, from
Kauai ports; sugar, I
Hlmr. J, A. Cummins, from Oahu
ports. , '
Saturday, October 0.
Am. bk. II, 1. Rlthet, Drew, for'Snn
Francisco; cargo sugni. T
II. M. 8. Bedford, for Ban Fmuclsro;
Am. Iifttn. Irmgard, for Snn Frnnels
co; catgo siiKnr.
Ons. schr. Mokolll, for Oahu ports;
Am. ,liktu. Bcnccla, Trainer, for
Shoal Water Bay, Id ballast, p. in.
M..N. S. S. Hyades, for Knhiilul nnd
fenn Francisco, cargo sugni, p. m.
Ilktn. Irmgard, Christiansen, for Snn
Francisco, 1 p. in.
Br, cruiser Bedford, for San Fran
cisco, 1 1. in, " ,
P. Rllhet, Drew, for ISan
I'. M. H. s. Mongol a. for Irii,,,,
ports, Shanghai nnd Hongkong; 3
Himr. J, A. Cummins, for Wulmnua
lo nnd KiMilati iirlB, 7 nj, in. j
Stmr, Noiau, for Hanalcl, Kllauea
and ports, S pf m.
Stmr Maunn Kea, for Matil.anil Ha
waii ports, 12 m.
8tmr. Mlkahdla, for Molokal, Maul
unci Lanal ports, S p. m.
Stmr. Klnnu, for Kuual ports, C p. in.
I SAIL WEDNESDAY t
i .. '.
U. S. A. T Thomas, for Man.Ha vlti
Guam, p. ni,
C.-A. S. S. Maramn, for Victoria and
Vancouver, p. in.
Stmr. Miknlinln, frrim Molokal ports
mmr. Kinau, irom Kuunl orts.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia from Sun Fran-
.Cisco. Passengers) mall and general
urgo, n. m.
Stmr. Mnunn lia, from Kona nnd
Kan ports. ,
U. 8. A. T. ThomaB.ifrom San Fran
cisco; troops and 111811",
C.-A. S. B. Murama, from Colonics,
PASS DEPARTED ,
I'd- blctn. Irmgard, .for 8an Francis
co, Oct. 9. MIfs Hiichly, I). U. Voollcr.
Per stmr. Mnunn Kea, from Hnvvall
anil., Maul ports, Oct. 9. Piof. W. T.
Blnghnm, J. W. Morse, Miss N. Lango,
TCVIHs. H. T. MIIIb, O. N. Day, A.
W. Eames. V. Hind. ill. V. Patten, E.
Reedy, Mrs. N. C. Kurbes, K. Ynmn
mura, A. Cabrluha, IS. Armnn, W. Ar
man, Ram Johnson, G. Grace, Chal
mers Graham. K. Nnehara, W. J. Ter,
I'. Ilannlgan, Mrs. Hannlgan nnd child.
Mrs. I.) ons. Miss Catton, B. Hilton,
Mrs. G. Monsnrratt, A. Perry, V. Rein-
hardt, L. Hellbush, Hew. C. Mlynku,
Rov. T. Knto T. Stial. Mis. Sunt and
ehlld, 8. Solto, N. Pocheco, Mrs. Po-
checo. A. Gartenberg. J. J. Pngo, Miss
L. Awo, F. O'Brien, Mrs. E. G. Bond,
Rov. II. Kushlwn, D. J. Mny, II. Rosen
berg. Mrs. Paris, Mrs. Chong Men, Mis.
Young Hlng, Master Young Hlng, MIsk
C. Crowcc, T. Hans, D. 11. Cubc T. 1L
Robinson. Rny Irwin, S. Soyotn, Mrs.
Soyota, Rev. 8, Mnrata, N. K. Otsiika,
Sasaki, Muranuita, Miss Tntsuml,
Judge S. B. Kingsbury, Mr. Klngsb'uiy,
Miss Aiken. Angus McPheo. K. Yoko.
Jnwa, K. Shlbntii, Wing Hlng, Capts
Castnor, Judgo S. B. Dolo, O. A. Wil
dor, "NV.'T. Rnwllns, L. Welnxhelricr,
!'. Crowes, D. K, Kahaulello, Mtkj M.
Campbell, Mra. 11, Kaao, Rov. ,1, Ta
raka, Mrs. Tanaka and child. Miss M.
Per stmr, Miknhala, for Maul ports.
Oct. 12, G p. in, Mrs. C. M. Cookn,
MrB. II. C. Sadler. Dr, Judd, Mra, Jud-1,
M, S. Harmon, Mrs. Harmon, M, Brl
dolt. Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, for Mini nml
Hawaii pOrtB, Oct. 12, Miss Emma Sa
saki, Mrs. C. K. Alee, B. 1). Baldwin,
Mrs. Baldwn, MIbs S. P. Rycroft. Mrs,
Fltipatrlck nnd 2 chlMien, C. !L Cohke,
Miss Alice Cooko, W ,F. Wilson, Jllfp,
Llttlo. II. Wlso, Mr. and Mrs Spelter,
M. Mitchell, Messrs. Poole, Rooks,
Smith, Geo. O, Cautlay.
Per Btmr. Klnnu, for Knual ports,
Oct 10. Mr. Sctiddor, It, W. T. Purvis,
Dr, A. Behn nnd others,
Malls are duo nt Honolulu ' from
points as follows:
J,8nn Fipnclsco for Mongolia, Oct, 11.
! Yokohama--fer Nippon Maru, Oct. 10.
Vaucouyovper Aorangl, Oct.
Colonies Per Moana, Oct. i3.
Malls will depart for tho following
- l points as follows: s
Yokohama Por Mongolia, Oct. 11
- ' Vancouver- Mounn, Oct. 13.
Colonies Per Aorangl, Oct, 15.
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