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EVENING nULLMIN, HONOLULU, T. tt , MONDAY, OCT. 11, 1809.
Pacific Stated 5 p m
Honolulu Commandcry Reg
ular r p m.
HA It HI JAY
All Maltlon members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
tUBilONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets everj Monday evening l
fsSO inLO O F Hall, 1'otl Street.
' H. R. HENDin, Secretary
r. l. WICKU N. G.
All visiting brothers very cn.-dUlly
UAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot 1
IteeU overy first und third rrl-
.7 .Toning at 7:30 In K. ot P. Halt,
iar t'u't and Deretanlu. Vhltlnr,
n then cordially invited to attend.
F. 1. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. it. s.
HONOLULU LODGE U10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, B. P, O.
fllk. meets In their hall, on King
SUcel, near Tort, every I'll Jay even
Ice. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend,
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
11. C. EAS10N, Sec'y.
1 HOHOLULD AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2ml and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each raontb at
17:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornet
Derctanta and Port streets.
Visiting Eacles ar luvlt'ed to at
, W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
r H. T MOORE. Socy,
Vm. U'KINLEY IQDGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every ind aud 4tb Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'.
Hull, cor. Fort and Iloretania. Visit
ing hrotbcrB cordially Invited to at
Uail r. m. mcgrew, c. c.
E. A. JaCOBSEN, K. R. S.
X . HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flrst arid third Thurs
diys of oach month at Knights it
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to atttiul
L. A. PEItltY. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
We are in lino with the (
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies alwavi
h fresh at ,
Kinc and Fort Sti.
jSjlavid A. Dowsett,
J INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
i03 Judd Building-. Phone G55.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
T-OWL AUTO STAND
' ;CJt. Green. Prop. H, L. White, Mur.
'' ' Phono 010.
lj Hotel St, Entrance to Ejnk.
;S Autos at AH Ilouts,
X , ,
U i aRallctiiTBusiness Offlcc rhone 25B
Ofii!h!,i""lMinrinl Ttnnm Phona IRS.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit opposite llolrl St. Fraocii
European Plan $1.60 n day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
I iirs cost $200,000. nighclass hotel
ntmodcratc rates. Center of theatre
nndretnlldistrict. Oncarlinci ram
fcrrlngallovcrclty. Omnlbu meets
nil trains and steamers. Stndfor
hioklet with map of San Francisco.
Hold Stewart now recogniied as
Hiw mlanliland headquaren. Cable
address, "Trowels." ABC Code.
FOR THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH.
In aldition to the 20 two-minute
and 20 four-minute records issued
monthly by the Edijon Phonograph
Co . they have isntd a facial list of
30 new fojr-minute Amberol rec
ords. These nrc now ready for sale.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Yount: Bldf.
Geese and Turkeys
Your machine will be ready fot
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANtr.R YOUNG BUHDING.
5 Telephone 5
C. II. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Comer Alakca and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
A Top for YOUR
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
King & South Sts.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St. ' Phone 434.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts,
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
Bulletin'Basiness Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial -Boom Phone IBS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
It one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of 'good paper. Six for a
Call and seo MJko Patun at tho En
J. Carlo, loan ofllce. hat bargains In
Jewelry and money to loan.
Oo to the Fashion Saloon when you
ft ant a delicious cold drink, made
Mrs. H. Angus was an arriving pas
longer from tho mainland by tho Mom
toll a this mornlpi,',
Madeira Onion Seed Best variety,
Just received direct, and for salo bj
(lonaalvcs & Co., Ltd. '
Miss vVirglUa Slfvn pf Elccle, Kauai,
arrived Jesloiday on'tho Klnau to at
tciia tho Normal Sohool,
Anything, now In the sporting line)
Anything good In the liquor line? You
can find It at "I bo Two Jacks."
Among tho rcturnng kamaalnas by
Hio Mongolia wag W. Lanz, n mutnber
of tho staff of F. A, Schacfer & Co.
V. J. Dyer, superintendent (if thr
Honolulu Iron Works, arrived on Sun
day by tho Claudlno Hawaii Herald.
C. D. Pringlo arrived at Illlo on Sun
("ay, by tho Claudlno, to tnko tho In
ternal Revenue position that was for
mcrl) held by Olto llcrndt.
Henry Holmes of the Inw firm ol
Holmes & Stanley, Is back from n bus
Incus trip to tho coast. He returned
by the Mongolia this morning.
Hon. A. J. Wilcox, accompanied h)
Mrs. Wilcox, of Kauai, aro back from
a visit to tho coast. They returned
this morning as passengers on the
Miss K. M. Cook, stenographer will
(he Judiciary department, has re
turned from a pleasant vacation npent
en the mainland. Miss Cook nrrlvct
Ly the Mongolia this morning.
August Humburg of Hackfcld & Co.
rcconipanlcd by Mrs. Humlnirg, are
I ack from a pleasant visit to tho main
land. They were among tho return
ing passengers by tho Mongolia.
AUSTRALIAN COAL for tho Hn
wallan Islands will bo brought to n
variety of tonnage to be found on the
berth In the Colonies. Among tho ves
sels reported as having been fixed nt
Newcastle, N. 8. W. for cirolng con!
cargoes to theso Isl ill Jh aro tho British
freighter Kamona, mid tho (Termini
steamer Kalkure. Thcro nrc nt least
six wlndJammcrM also under orders to
proceed here, Including tho American
liarks Amaranth, Amazon and James
Tuft. Tho British bark Antlopo and
Iho American schooners lnca and Al
pena. Several of theso vessels have
tho option of taking their cargoes to
THE BRITISH TAUS who paid
rpilto an cxtenslvo visit to this port in
tho cruiser Bedford aro 'loud In their
I ralso of tho kind treatment accorded
them while at Honolulu. In a Jcttvr
to Cnptain Bees of tho Unltod States
Naval Station, Edward S. Fltzhorbcrt
takes occasion to stnto that tho officers
and men left Honolulu with much re
gret and look forward with keen antic
ipation to a futuro visit.
THE REPORT emanating from Hllo
to tho effect that tho Inlor-lsland
Ltcamer Claudlno would ho taken oft
tho Hawaii run, has )ecn denied by
local officials of the steamship com
pany. Tho present contract with tho
United States government continues
until July of next icar and tt Is stated
that tho contractor carrying tho mallr
between Honolulu and Hawaii will be
A RACE between Iho harkcntlno
lrmgard and "the bark Rlthct is prom
ised as both vessels have cleared far
San Francisco within a few hours of
each other, paring tho morning hours
both windjammers lay or: Walklkl yes'
THE GIFT of a numbpr of books
and magazines by tho pcoplo of Hono
lulu was much appreciated by tho offl
cors nnd men of tho departing British
cruiser Bodford., They have acknowl
egged mo favor in nappy- vein.
Seo tho beautiful display of millin
ery in (ho windows of .Dunn's Hat
Most beautiful display of wash, ma
terials now ready at N. S. Sachs Dry
Goods Co, Thebo aro alt now goods
Just arrived and aro all priced us low
as posslblo. t
The "smokers of tho .Owl, cigar aro a
contented lot of men for they roallzo
tlint tliey aro getting tho very best
that tho market affords and thut they
mo cultivating a taste tha can always
ha saisftod for tho Owl Is always tho
Wbllo (.ho county and city authori
j... u ..
ties nro slumbering oyer tho mosquito
question, jjbo Skeetgo and bo rid of
Iho unnoyancc, Benson, Smith & Co ,
Ltd , corner of Fort and Hotel streets,
aro sole agents for the salo of this do
No Dampness. I ' i No Sue.
las. u. .Love
Varies R. S, fly
Lose Commission To China
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. Tho Hon. Charles It. Crane may not rep
resent tho United States In China after nil. Tho newly appointed envoy
cxtrnordinnrj and minister plenipotentiary to the Flowery Kingdom ar
rived here today In rcsponso to tho c tit from Secretary Knox, and nt
onco had n conferenre with tho Secretary of State. There In a minor
current, In circles supposedly well Informed, that thq conference blasted
tho hopes of Crano us far as r, diplomatic post In China Ih concerned.
Hcport has It that mine of the Utterances which tho mlnfstcr made
In the course of Interviews published in Chicago newspapers luivo'not
met with tho approval ot the administration. Crano talked rather free
ly on the Chlna-Japancsa situation, and this may have mado tho Secre
tary of State doubtful as to tho wis loin of entrusting to htm the dcllcnto
negotiations whlili will fall to tho lot of the United Stntcs Minister to
China during the noxt jcar or two.
At nny rate, thcro Is n report which nppears to have considerable
foundation that Mr. Crano's Interviews caused his recall nml may pos
sibly result In his removal from offko
show what ho can do.
Crnno was In San Francisco, ready
received the telegram from Secretary Knox summoning him to Wash
ington, lleforo responding to the c ill he conferred with tho President,
but evidently received little satisfaction. The matter Is causing no little
talk In official circles.
GAYN0R CHARGES HEARST
NEW YORK, Oct. 10. Justice
notnlnco for Mayor of Greater New
Randolph Hearst with having betrayed him. 'In n public statement is
sued today, Gay nor says that the
for tho mnjoraltyand pledged to give
what ticket ho might bo nominated.
The ncccptanco of n nomination
pendent ticket by Hearst, Garnor characterizes ns n breach of trust.
Gay nor Is very nngiy nt what he consldcis tho duplicity ot tho man
who first Induced him to allow his name to bo used In connection with
Hearst tonight responded to Gnynor's scathing arraignment by de
nying that he promised tho noted Jurist unrestricted support, HcarBt
Insists that ho betrayed no one In accepting the independent nomination
and that there Is nothing In any pledge made to On) nor which would
forbid 111 ni accepting the nomination tendered him.
UNITED STATES WILL NOT ENTER PROTEST.
TOKIO, Oct. 10. No crcdenco U given hero to the report Hint the
United States will enter n protest against tho terms of tho agreement
between Japan and China In regard ..to the construction of the Antting
Mukdo railroad. Sensational rumors of probable official action nt Wash
ington have been received rfoni tlnio to time, but have made little or
no Imprcasalon. '
The leading newspapers of th o city today printed strung editorials
dcclurlng It to be unbelievable th nt the United States would tnko any
action In tho matter and cxprrssln q every confidence that Japan and
China will be allowed to carry out t he terms of their agreement with
out any attempts at Influence nn th o pnit of outside, powers,
i i s
PRESIDENT SPEAKS TO TREMENDOUS CROWD.
FRESNO, Oct. 10. President Tnft today delivered n sermon liero'ln
the presence of the largest crowd over assembld in this city. Thcia
was n wild rush for seats, and though every effort was mado to provide
accommodations for all who might come, many persons were turned uwny
After his address here, tho President nnd his party started for I.os
Angeles. Tho train left at G:25 o'cloch tonight und will reach Los An
geles Mondny morning shortly after
RAIN INTERFERES WITH GAME. '
DETROIT, Oct. 10. Tho third gamo of the gient championship
baseball scries, scheduled to bo played tomorrow will probably have to
be postponed. Heavy rnlns fell today, mid In couecquvmo tho ball
park Is in no condition far piny.
TAFT ASKED TO VISIT PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
EI, PORTAL, Oct, 9. At, 7:10 o'clock tomorrow morning President
Tnft wll leave hero for Los Angolcs
Three hours will bo spent In tho city of Fresno, according to tho sched
ule, Land early Monday morning tho Pi evidential party will reach Los
Tho President has found much enjoyment In his four days' stay In
tho Yoscmlte Valley, nnd tho rest has been n welcome change from tho
wearing round ot spccchmaklng whlih ho has gone through since ho loft
Beverly last month.
Cnllformlna Congressmen nro urging upon tho Picsldcnt tho advisa
bility of making a trip to tha Philippine Islands In 1911. They )invo
pointed out that present conditions mnko It ndvlsablo thnt tho chief ex
ecutive tnko a look at tho eastern possessions.
President Taft has listened sympathetically to tho suggestions of
the Congressmen, but ho has not committed himself as In his futuro plans.
He Is evidently favorably Imprcssocd by the arguments advanced, how
evef. Today President Tnft ordered that tho new Immigration station nt
San Frnntlsio bo opened Immediately.
THIRTY-ONE MILLIONS FOR RUSSIAN RAILROADS.
ST. -PETERSBURG-, Oct. 9. Tblrty-une million dollars will bo ex
pended by Russia In railway construction duilng tha year 1911. Tho
ministry today submitted an extraordinary budget to ttio duma, calling
for tho appropriation ot this enormous sum t.i be used In tho construc
tion of now lines. ,
Russia's activity n railroad building la pausjng no little excitement,
and other Kutopcan powors nro looking with interest not wholly unselfish
on tho plans of tho Czar's ministers. Statesmen aro discussing tho prob
able significance of tho actions of tha ministry.
DO Gtoffplj A
Wood and Coal k Phone S88
Q. W. MoDougall,' Prop.
Blue and Black
before he hus hnd n chance to
to Ball for his new post when ho
WITH BETRAYING HIM.
William J. Oaynor, Democratic
York, charges William Randolph
Journalist - politician nskod him to run
him every suppoit, no matter on
for tho samo office on nn Inde
by way of Merccil nnd Fresno.
' Island Transfer.
' Excavatin'r and FlHtB.
Vineyard St., Ewa o! Nuuanu Stream
Some lifrht-wcicht coods of su
porior quality Just received that will
make up into very stylish clothes.
W. W. AHANA CO., TAILORS.
02 S, King St, , No Branches,
I 1 L.j. i
, PA88EN0ER8 ARRIVfiP , ARRIVED
Per I. M. S. S. MoVgnlla, from San
Kranclsco, Oct. 11. Mrs. J. W. Am-
biore, Mtb. B. Angus, Mrs. E", S. Bar-
licit. Mies K. Harnett, Miss M. Ban
iitlt, JDr, ABehr, Mrs. A. Bohr, C, O.
hirkus, Mrs. J. Brooks, Miss Mm lou
. Brooks, Miss Ruth W. llrool.s, C. J,
.'niter, Mrs. C. J. Carter, Mrs. F. E
Jay ton, Miss K. M. Cook, Dr. I). 11
Currle, Miss M E. Harrow, T, Cllv
Davies, Mrs. T. Cllvo Dnvles, Infant
maid nnd nilrso, Miss G. Envies. MJsr
in. navies, w. O. Dean, .Mrs. Geo. W.
Eckert, Miss K. l.'ckert, II. Focko, Mis
II. Focko, Frank Gieenwcll, Mis. .1
F. C. Hngcns, MIhs Alice I). Ilartwcll
Dr. Oco. Hcibert, Henry Holmes, Miff
E. M Hoffman, A. Humlnirg Mis. A
Hiimbiirg and liifnut. Mister ltdiiharn
Mrs. E. Glenn Johnson, Miss K. IO
Vole, W l.nnz, Miss Christine l.nrsrn
A, I. Leach, Mrs. A. L. Leach, Mrs. A
Low Is, Mien Mniluu Lewis, Mis. Jumc
It. l.ove, Forest IJwry, W. T. Lucai
Mis. W. T. Lucas, F. '. Macfarhnr
It. II. Mnishall, Miss E. Maxwell, J.
McCnndless, A. J. McNIcoll. Mrs. A. J
McNIcoll, Mrs. Mnnilo Mnoiu, Mrs
Emma T. Morris, MIsh B. Plcrco, B. I
Hchultzo, Mrs. S. P. Schultzo, Mlo
Charl Stewart, S. M. Slock Mrs. S. V
Slock, C. L. Stokes, Mrs. T. O. Thiun
Hc.v. K. Uclildi. Mlsa E.'V. Wallace
Miss Nnncy II. Wallace, Miss K. Willi
ing, Dr. E, V. Wilcox Hon. A. J, Wl
i ox, Mrs. A. J. Wilcox, A. G. .Peary
For Yokobami: Mis. Wm. Ashmorc
P. J. Boll, J. Bcrkcy, R. llocswl lwnh
Mrs. F. C. Bionson, W. M. Blown, Hoi'
man Cnnel, J. H. Carlor, Mrs. J. K
Carter, Miss .Evelyn Carter, Eliot A
Carter. Miss J. B. Cook, S. Hattorl
Dr. C. S. Hazcltlnc, MUs Bella II. Ha.
eltlnu, E. B. Howard. Miss Ellen Hon
crd. Ulrlch Knapp, Col. E. M. Kno
Mrs. E. M. Knox, Oliver McKcc, E. F
LatiBZ, C. F, Meyer, Mrs. C. F. Meyci
T. F. Mlllaid, C. F. Mills, Dr. Alfiec
Muscatc, Mis. E. M. Nlcholl, S. NIwr
Hon. Thomas J. O'Brien Mrs. Thoma
J O'Brien nnd maid. Miss Josei bin
Feck nnd muld. Miss Haroldllic I'ecV
Dr. Otto Renter, Paul Rbclnhold, Mn
Isaac Sachs, C. Schunoman, Mrs. C
Schunemnu, Mlrs S. C. Smith Master
!Inr,r Slclnmetz, S, Tnkeiiuuciit J, t-'
Wells, Mis. L. F. Wells and maid, Mis'
C. Wells, Jllss B. Wells. F. W. Hoi
and wife. For Kobo: Mrs. T. B. Al
tnlielin, liifnnt and umah, Miss Itos:
n-ond Bates, O. W. BukIi Miss Grnc
V. Correll, Rev. Clus. S. Hclnlngc.
Miss Ollvu S, lloyt. Miss May Lsar
Letter, Mrs, II. II. Nowcll, Mnstcr W
Newell, S, Otnnl. Fur Shaimbal: Kuv
W. F. Rtnmnii, iirs. W, F. Bcaman
Miss Elnlso Bcaman, Dr. N. W. Brown
Mrs. N. Wi Brown nut Infant, MIb
Dorothy A. Brown Rev. J, A Chcrney
Mrs, J, A. Chcrney, Mrs. F. I). Clou
and Infant, Miss J, L. Ci aw ford. Mis
It. M, Ferguson, Dr. J. R. Goddari
Mis. J. R. Goddaid, Mhs I.uia Hefty
Rov. R. It. Homo, Mis. R. R. Moon
Dr. W. R. Morse, Mis. W. R. Moibi
Ado Nolle, Mis. Frances O'Shca, Mis
draco O'Shea, Miss C. E. Rljjhtcr. Mr
F. A. Rnbliibon and amah, Miss Knth
erlno Robinson, MIsh Elizabeth Rubin
son, Miss ljivlnla M. Riillcstono, R. I
Stafford, Mis. It. D. Stafford, Josepl
Wharton. For Hongkong: D,'. Law
nniu B. Adams, Cbas. G. Bolto, Mn
Charles G. Bolto ami nmah, Dr, He
man Jinan, J. R, Bums, Judgs RUh
nnl CumpliLll. David L. Cobb, Rov. F
li, Conyhcare, Mrs. 8. E. Conybeare
F. do Cruo, Mrs. K. do Cruo, Hi. Wl
liert A. Curtis. Mib. Wllbert A. CuVtls
Judgo C. H. Dunning, V. K. Ccklcy
Mrs. F. K. Eckloy E. M. F.lum, Dr, K
V. Erfurth. Evcinid C. Fiost, MIb
Floy E. Gamer, Oeorgo Gerdcs Mrt
Ooorgo Gerdcs, Miss L. S. Olbbs, W
11. Glbcrson, II. E. Gllmoro, D. do Ger
lachu do flomerj, Mrs. O. do Gcrlacln
do Gomcry, G. R. Grandvlllo, Mis, G
R. Grandvllle, Miss S. L. Griggs, Paul
Harlh, A II. Held Monslgnor J. W
Hendrick, J. F. Hownrd, Mrs. J. F
Howard, John S. Janowny, Fraud,
Jmibsciib, Majoi Ralph W. Jones, Hit
Ralph W. Jones, Wm. 11. Jones, W. O
Knmlncr, Mis, W. O, Kumlner nnd In
faut, MUs B M. Kelley, C. II. Lane
Mrs. C. II. Lane, Miss J. II. l.ane, V
L. I.egarda, M. M. Levering, Mis. M
M. Levering, Miss Amanda M, Little
Mrs. F. Little), Look Poong Slinn. Mrs
Look Poong Shan, Muster Look King
Clarence E. Mapes, Mrs. F. K. Mac
Donald, Dr. O. Menard, Mrs. O. Mo
linrd, Mis. J, W. Miller. Miss R. Nico
Itt, II. C. Nlcot, Miss Mildred Pect
Miss S. F. Ramsay, N. Rlchaidsou
Col, W. M. KMpilli, Miss Hemlottu
Roth, Wm. IX Rulledge, Uonjamlii F
Pmlth, Mib. Benjamin F. Smith, C, A,
Stephens, Mrs. C. A. Stephens, Rich
aid Tiiuncrbchcldt, Miss Mnrou P
Wells. Miss S. W. Wbelpton, Miss L
A. Withers, Miss Iiulsn 11. Woolsey
Mulls nro duo at Honolulu fiom
points ns follows:
Yokohama Per Nippon Mam, Oct. 1G
Vancouver Per Aoiangl, Oct. 15,
Colonies For Moana, Oct, 13,
Malls will depart 'for tho following
points as follows:
Yokohaina-rPor Mongolia, today,
San Fianeleco Per Nippon Mam
Vancouver Moana, Oct. 13
j.cionlgsTl'r AoraDBl'.(Pt''iiii?ittlk?ajr1.us.8i,''1,llc8 l0 ,ll lslttnl 8t'atlon-
Sunday, October JO.
Stmr. Likcllke, Naopala, from Kfho-
lo, a. nil
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from Kntial
Iiorls4 n. mj
Slmr. Mlknhaln, Tultctt, from Mot-
kal, Maui and Lntul purls, .1:30 n, ni.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, fiom Ken 1 1 a, a. in.
Monday, October 11.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia from San Fran
cisco. PnBbungers, mall and general
curgo, a. in.
Monday, October 11.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, fur Walmaiia
In nnd Koolau torts, 7 a. in. ,
Mondny, October 11,
Stmr, J, A. Cummins, from Oahu
ports; general enrgo.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for Japan '
ports, Shauglinl nnd Hongkong, S
Stmr. Nocnu, for Hnualcl, Kll.iuci
mil jsirts, G p. nn .
Stmr Mnuna Ke.i, fur Maul nnd Ha-
vail ports, 12 m.
Slmr, Mlkahahi, for Molokal, Maul
mil Ijinal poitn, C p. ni.
Stmr. Klnau, for Kiiual porls, C p. in.
U. S A. T Thomas, for Manila via
Guam, p. m.
C.-A. S. S. Mnramn, for Victoria ami
A'nncouvcr, P. m.
4. J 4
DUE TOMORROW I
Stmr. Mnuna I.oi, from Kon-v. and
U. S. A. T. Thomas, from San Fran
Iron; troops and mall.
C.-A, S. S. Marnma. from Australian
ports via Suva! pass, and gen. cargo;
V, 8. A. T. Thomas, from Fan Fran
cisco; officers, troops; n. m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall from Makawcll nnd
I DUE THUR8DAY I
Stmr. Claudlno, fiom Maul ports,
3 p. m.
G. Hull for Kami lorts.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai isirts,
Oct. 10, Miss Damon, E. A. Knudscn,
vlfo and family O. W. Carr. Mrs'. Dov
erlll. W. J. do VrleB. C. Roily. Miss
Harrlman, Mrs. II, Bowline, Mrs. I).
.laughs, Judgo Knp-ihco, Miss Sllvn,
I. Blako, J. P. Cooke, Mrs. Kanamu,
2. II. Cooke, W. H. Rico, Ji . Miss
1,'Oinngu, R. Fountain and wife. Urn ,
i.ota, Mrs. K. Panul, MI;b K. Kahuw'ul,
A'. L. West and vvf F. Hull arid wife.
,V. Whlttlngton, H. I. Sheldon. I.
lucken, Mrs. Weber, Mis. Friction
I org, W. Stotlart nnd wf, W, A. Bailey,
T. Brandt, M. J. Qnrviilho, Mrs. A. Mo
Turn, Jns. Kula, Mrs, A. Akonl, Ynshl
nolo, MIsb J. Nasclmento, J, 11 Ketch
'son, I. Lelth, Mr. James, Mrs. M.
Muddy, J. Nnlcmallc, Tashlmn und SG
Per stmr. Mlknliala. fiom Maul, Mo
tikal and Lanal ports, Oct. 10. J, A.
Bulrii, Mr. and Mis, J. Helckiilnnl, Mrs.
Agnet Kama, Mrs. Muhoney, Mrs.
Whittle, Mrs. J. ,D. Nukalckii Miss
Ellzn Keawe. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mc
Coiilsttm, Miss Hannah McCorrlslou,
Pu P. M. S. 8. Mongolia, for Jap m
and China ports, Oct. 11, 5 p in. Miss
M, Biirfoid, Mis. M, O, Cook, Mrs. 8.
3. Evans, Waldo Evnns, Mrs. Jus. O.
Field. Mr. Flsko nnd party, Mnt. W.
A. Glassford, Miss A. Kelly, Mis. It.
II. Leigh, Mrs. W. I. LHtlefleld and
Infant, II. P. Matfariano, Mis. ,11. I'.
Mncfailano, Mlsu M. Miirllu, Lloyd A.
Niivvbro, Mis. L. T Saigcnt, Ml-. T.
II. Tujlur, Mrs. Tanner, Miss Tanner.
Mis. C. Wells, Mrs. Id i W. KIctscincltT.
Per stmr Muuna Ken for Maul and
Hawaii poits, Oct. 12. Miss Emma 8a.
iakl, Mrs. C. K. Alco, B. D. Ilalilwln,
Mrs Daldwn, Miss 8. S. Hycroft, Mia.
Fltzpatilck nnd 2 children C. II, Cutiko,
Miss Alice 'Cooko, W ,F. Wllnm. Mrs.
Little. II, Wire, Mr. nnd Mib Spencer,
M, Mitchell, Messrs. Poole, Rooks,
Smith, Geo. O. Cautlny.
Per Btnir, Mlkulinlaffor.Mniil ports,
Oct. 12, 5 p. m.i-Mrs C. M. .Cooko,
Mrs, R. C. Sadler, Dr. Judd, Mis. Judd,
M. S, Harmon, Mrs. Harmon, M. Hrl
dolt. TRAN8PORT SERVICE, if
Bufoid, Tiom Honolulu for San Fran
clrco, Oct, G,
Dix, at Manlln, i
Logan, nt Manlln,
Thomas, fiom San Francisco for Hono
lulu Oct, 5,
Shc.rldan from Manila for Seattle, di
rect, Sqpt. 15.
THE CABLE OFFICIALS , expect
that tho stutlnp bchooner Flaufcnco
Ward will nrrlvo nt Midway Island on '
or about Thursday. Tho vossel Is
$ ' -1(iwW&-W',4ltmi i '- ' ""' "-n" "