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F.VENlNCI BULLETIN, HONOLULB. T. II , FRIDAY, OCT. IS, lftog.
Pacific Stated D p.
ular 5 p. ni.
All visiting members or the
Urdar nru coidlally Iniltcd to
attend mestlng of local loU
UAflMOlIY 10DOE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets vry Monday evculns M
f:30 In L 0. 0 F Hill. Tart Btret
, E. It. IIKNDIIY, Secretary
1 D. WICKE. N. 0.
AH visiting broth vury co.-dUU)
DAHU LODQL, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every first and third yrl-
lay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Kail,
Kaju r fort and Ueretanlo. Vltltint
Orotbois cordially Invited to attend.
Y. I,. NUGENT. (J. C.
It. GOSLlNQ. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. E. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, 13. P. 0.
11.8, meets In their linll, on King
Street, near l'ort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
Invited to attend.
U, A. DOUTIIITT, 13. H.
II. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock In 11. ot P. llall, cornet
Biiretnnla and Fort Btreots.
VIsIUuk Eagle are Invited to at
nd W. M. McCOY, Vf Frest.
(I. T MOORR. Secy.
S7m. SI'IOIILEY I0DGE No.8, KclP.
Meets every ud and 4th Saturday
tvenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V.
aall, cor. Fort a,nd Derotnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend r. m. Mconcw, c. o.
E. A. JACODSEN, K. It. B.
HAWAIIAN TIUBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mecta every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights ot
Pj thins Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
l. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
FOB SAIE AT All BARI
'The Finest Bathing on the Betcfc.?
Meals At All Hoart.
WINE9, 1IQU0RS. AND CIQABI.
W. 0. 3EK0IN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DBIXXI
The most poDuiat
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hold St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KINO ST. ',
PHONE 140, V. 0. BOX 7(15
Be:- on Tap
Come mid learn particulars at
iTOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania Si, Opp. Sachs',
fi" " . - nrstt '-"mr
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toFKMHQg uRiwaJi: V?m!afcs
San Francisco Hotels
i 'n i i i
Oiary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppotiti Hotel St Fnncli
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up'
Steel and brick structure, furnlth-Iiigsco-.t
$200,000. nigh clan hotel
atmodtratc rates. Center of theatre
andretalldistrlct. On carlines trans
fcrrlngalloverclty. Omnibus roeeta
all trams and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized a
address, "Trawcts." ABC Code.
Office Supply Co.,
031 Fort St.
This clip beats any yet made. It
is easy to handle and holds fast.
When you sec it you'll know its' Ju'lt
what you want. See window dis
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander 'Young Bid?.
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On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
POST CARD ALBUMS.
An elegant line just received.
WAIL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.v'
Rebuilt typewriters Just u Rood
as new. t ,, j ,.. )
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO.. LTD.
Chas. R, Frazier
Company . "
Aone 371. 188 KUtg t
nanufactured from pur distilled wa
r. Delivered to any part ef city by
tourteous drivers. J , i
JAUt) ICE AND ELECTBIC CO.,
walo. Telephone 628.
- ..-.p.- I
'3 '- - Delivered to residence t
ana cmcci i wra pci
hundred in 10-lb. lota
ir more. , t
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant -St.
B L U D.W I N E
ONLY table, drink. Minufao-
hired by' the 1
Arctic Soda Water Works
PHONE 557 .
(Bill rm mrr ms1
IttIm errftwT ntihti ? J.
la H i an
(The Bio 'rMlckel Scratch lad ff taW
at tfis B u 1 1 e 1 1 n eMIe for flvesnW,
it em men inreir, mien up or two nun
drsd aheeta of good paper. Six for a
Call and see Mike Patuh at the En
Anything new Id thi ktortlfct Hnel
Anything good In the liquor llaeT You
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
Coat your iron recta with Arable,"
Yoo will, be MrprlteU at Its eooilat
tnd proeervatlve eropertlee OSdttortlla
Feed Co.( ageals.
Dr. I. Kataukl, who la -favorably
known hero, will bo-amon the oiltgo
Ing pAascngora on Ihe Tcnjo Maru
which leaves here next Monday for Ja
fl. BalW, forrhor Vie Minister of the
-lapanuso iX'paVtrnent of ARrlculturt
and Commerce, passed through here
on tho Mongolia last Monday. While
hero, ho was tho-gucst of Mr. Narltn
of tho postomee.
Judgment In the Circuit Court hfc
been cntored in ho caaa of Agnc'i
Soarea against Kmclla Barrett anc
Kannlc Ouprroro, assumpsit, appealed
from the District COifft. Tho defend
ant must pay $1000 and $750 Interest
And costs taxed at 11S.79.
Judge Koblnson this morning In the
mat.r of tho cstnte of John Alcxnndci
ordered that tho executor pay to thi
widow tho sum of $30 per month and
that there h tailored to the attorney
'or the c-cocutor $125 In addition t(
money previously received.
A. M.-JJrown, Assistant County At
torney, sosterday called at thn Jsnan
eso CoriRnlato and had a long confer
ence with Consul General tlyt-no, abou
the autorhbbllo acclddnt, which oc
currcd on the night 6f Pflnrc Knlanl
nnaoie'a reception (o tho rjdngroislona
Bxaovcrhor Gcorgo M. Carter Is ar
rahglng to leave on a world's (out
about January next, going by way ol
Japan, China and India, ltd wlll'bc
accompanied (by- Mr. Carter and chll
drcn. They will leave tho Kar East
on their way to gurope In tho steam
ship Princes Ailed.
There was an alarm of lire sent In
from King and DOrctanla avenuo last
night -about half past ten. Tho small
blaso which started In the back room
of a Japaneso tenement hOuso, Ettb b!
tho Junction of tilt tvrd stntate, war
put out In short order und thcro was
but slight damage, dons.
'Deputy County Attorney Mllverlon
jestcrday filed the cnunty'a answer tt
the claim of Jbstlh B. R. do Miller, for
a large slice oft a road In I'aloo valley.
Miller originally gave twenty feet ol
land for tho road 'but the fences an
still placed twenty five feet arart ant'
that spaco has always been used.
''Ono thing that, plossejl me," aald
George R. Carter last evening In-'hli
talk at tlw meeting of the Men's Club
of St, Andrew' Cathedral' on tho Y
M C. A. building project, "la that It
was planncdfto rabs the money need
ed In ten daya out ot a lifetime In th'c
Interest of such a worthy, object."
The Honolulu Dancing Academy will
give a hay aeed dance at KUohana Art
Lcaguo hall this evening. There will
be 'upeclal 'music and prises will bt
glvcn'to tho best hay seod. Social and
class1 every Monday and Friday even
lug') at 8:30 o'clock. Private lessoni
from 7; 30 to iff: SO, Ottb Burmcster
manager. ' ' '
'In two rllfferent letfcra (o the
Board of Supervisors, the Road Sup
ervlsor has asked tor funds lortho-lm
proement to threo, different bridges
two In tho center nt'the city and ohe
at Walklkl. No' money has. been fur
nlshcd. but Qulnh authorised ihe wdrk
to proceed, and men are at work on
the Kiikiil street bridge: a'pd will repair
the other aa'toon HsUhls'one la fin
ished, u i 4 ,t i 1 '
Mi W I
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Wondorful variety. of new kodak
albums at Honolulu Photo-Supply Co
These albums aro all now and upto-
dato In every i respect, '
Centennial's Beat hour glvda satis
faction to .the cook and -to tho cdllrC
family. It la the best Hour In tho mar
ket and tho most economical,
You can buy groc'orles to the best
advantage at J. M. Levy V Co. Phono
76. Levy's for groceries Is something
that you should. always bear in mind.
Scloctod ohla stovo wood and care
fully hand picked slovo coal bold by
Union Pacific Transfer Co. Prompt
dolhery, bobt quality and fdll mtas
dfu. Phono 68, ,
Tho Union Electric do, Harrison
block, Bcretahla street, employ tho
mostoxpert electricians and ou are
assured ttat their Work will provo sat
Ikfaclpry,! an Important consideration
In electrical work.
Tho automobile faotortes are In the
rjorthorn states'and tho cars scion hero
,iro upholstered for a northoru cllmato.
Tho W. W. Wright Co , Did , King and
South streets, wlii upholster your car
Ih a material sUltablo to this cllmato.
Three davs were dovoted 'by the
dukeiof thuAbnuzl to Uniting Miss
Kslhorfuo Elktns tmljier mother near
Geneva, Swltteriand, according to
i hi I
City Transfer Co.,
las lie MAV
jgsggjl'jj-t-t '-i-U. j;, '-.-. 'jf ,"? j--ij -
American Captital Will Assist
WABIIINGTON, Oct. 14. American nnd British capllnllsta'wlli con
struct tHc rnllttny front Chin Chow Kit to TaltBlkn. ARrcCinenl li'ivo been
renehe'd for the financing' of tho road nnd an agreement lua booh ntado
wlili China whereby no opposition will be ottered to the pm suing of the
work by the contracting parties.
The Chin Chow Ku Telfslka railway Is 400 miles In, length nnd con
nects with tho trans-Siberian railway, constructed by Russia.. It will bo
oMmmeusc vnluc in dcvoloplng tho commercial possibilities ot the Flow
ery Kingdom, for 11 will trip soma of 'the moat promising territory In
Since It hcenmo known that Amcrlcnn financial men bail demand
ed consideration Hi' connection ,wlt hh the Ohlncpc railway loans thcro
has bden considerable expectancy o n tho part of those anxious to And
"iut JuH vhnt Ameflcrt Intended dot ng In regard to tho matter. Today's
:ablo dispenses with n host of rumora regrtrdltig friction.
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RUSSIA BLEEDS FINLAND.
llELSlNOFORS, Oct. 14. Finland must contribute $4,000,000 lo-
wnrd the Kusalnn military budget. Orders hnvc been rerched hero from
the Imperial Russian government directing that that sum of money be
taken from the Finnish tornsury and paid over as a contribution toward
.ho support of the nrmlcs of Russia.
The slip of tho contribution which Russia demand fiom Finland ha"
Mused no little comment. Largo sums hnvo Intel) been expended on tho
Hussian army nnd that some demnhil for contributions would bo mndo
was not unexpected. Four million dollars Is a little more than was bar
gained for, honctcr.- ,
m i isi
LAWSHB RESIGNS ON ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH.
WASHINGTON, Oqt. 14. Third Assistant Postmaster General Iiw
iho today sent In his resignation. Continued III health Is tho reason as
Igncd by t.aunho for relinquishing the lutics of his ofllcc.
i'"ii' 'i ii ii i ii ii . mi
T Island Transfer.
- DO a'f!Krir. . Exctyatintf and FillinB.
Brevinir and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
Q, W McDouptll, Prop,
JS' I' II II - J- 1! ''
REP. AFFONSO SAYS
Hik) Representative Writes
Hli, Views On
Representative O. 1'. Alfonso's
views on tho nmendment of tho Or
ganic Act and tho special session ot
the Legislature are expressed in the
following letter to tho llllo Tribune
under Unto of October 11:
A recent Issilo of tho Honolulu Ad
vertiser, In writing up the proba'
blllty of a special session ot the Leg'
lslnturo In regard to land legisla
tion! had. among other things, tho
following td say:
''The Oovernor appeared before
the Committee on Territories at
Washington And backed the original
bill. The local Houso ot Represen
tatives, at the last session of the Ha
waiian Legislature, endorsed the lat
er Kuhlo bill and passed tho matter
up to tho Senate, which shelved It.''
The "later Kuhlo bill" referred td
in the above quoted paassage was tho
bill Introduced Ih Congress by our
Dclegalovamehdlhg tho Organic Act
and authorizing our Territorial Leg
islature to baVe full powers In enact
ing land legislation.
On February it last, tho opening
day ot the session, I introduced In
the House ot Representatives, Houso
Concurrent Resolution No. 2, the
resolution referred to In tho Adver
tiser and which it claimed the Son-
The Houso adopted my resolution
on the following day, the 18th. and
sont' the, f same tb tho Senate on that
ate. On the 27th of tho same month
(h BchatB concurred ln' the resolu
tion' by adopting it unaulmously, as
the Houso had also done, On March
8, Hon. E. A. Mott-Smlth. Secretary
of tho Territory, notified tho Legis
lature, that the resolution, duly cer
tlnotl, had been forwarded to Wash
ington that day by tho 8. 8. Siberia.
Towards tho end of tho bcsslon
several attempts wero mndo tb nulli
fy tho Wishes ot tho representatives
of tho people by counter resolutions,
but these uhempts met with signal
Tho situation today .Is, as Irlew
It. and as expressed by the Legisla
ture, that Congress should pass Del
egate Kulilo's bill, and that anV and
all land lagMatl'in hould be han
dled by our people right at home,
wo ajtouid stand by
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
former decision nnd work for local
land legislation. 1 do not view with
fnvor any special session ot tho Leg
islature, for what It would recom
mend would nocessiirlly bo attacked
In Congrcrs by the "Interests" nnd so
altered 'that lis patents would not
recognise tho child.
Q, F. AFFONSO.
Major ahd Mrs. Willis ot llio Halva.
Hon Arhiy, whu nrrhed at the cud of
last month, aro Dtlrrlng up things in
Ilia local branch of the Army.
Tho 'Major, who has been mado u ill-
lslonal ofllrcr hero, wus, prior in tills
appointment, tho provincial yolmg
people'H secretary of tho South Pacific
Major Willis, soon after his arrltal
In Hawaii, mado a trip to Hoi.ukna
nnd dedicated tho army's now blind
ing. Ho subsequently visited Wnlluku
and other Maul districts and found tho
caiiso flourishing. On tho Alameda,
today i Captain nnd Mr. Ljman nro
expected to urrhc. Mr. Lyman is Ha
waiian born and will net an tho Majors
assistant hero. "
Karly In November Mr. Command
er Kstllli nccompnhleU by her nldci
Mre. Colonel" French, will visit tho
Islands and tho formal opening of tho
Salvation Army rescue homo in Mnnoa
alley Will take pladp.
Influx of Homeseekeri From Several
Eastern States Promises to.
Break Previous Record.
Denver. Col Tho rush tit land seek
c'rs, thiit Is exicc(cd to break all pro
6Us records 'this fall, has already be
gun and local lahtl agents ogrco that
moro eastern farmers and fruit gruw
or will conio to Colorado to mako
their homes In the next six months
than in any other similar period In
the history of the states.
At least 200 eastern homescekers
havo Ulted Denver in the past low
dajs to look dt Colorado landa with a
low of nottllng here this fall, nnd tho
majority ot them havo solcctcd loca
tions. One largo company report 70
prospective bujers In trio icrlod, i)nd
all othors report tliullar activity.
Most of tho buyer aro planning to
moVo tb Colorado as BOrtn as tliolr
crops aro harvested, nnd to begin pre
paration nt onco for putting In win
ter wheat and making tho necessary
fall preparations for nbxt year's crops
Tho principal number of buyers Is
from Illinois lown, Missouri Kansas,
Nebraska and Oklahomh. with a con-
slilcrablo numbci tfrum stales farther
The W. V. Ahana
62 So. King St.
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IN FOREIGN PORTS , I ' ARRIVED
I S - .L -i ' "" tmuM
Friday, October 15.
SKATTI.U Arrhed Oct. 14:
8. S. Pleiades, from Ban Franclrco.
niXAWARB BRKAKWATER Ar
rived Oct. 14:
S. 8. Texan, from llllo, Aug 18.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlvcd Oct. IT.:
U. 8. A. T. Btiford. hence Oct. 6.
Thursday, October 14.
SAN FRANCISCO A rrhed Oct. 14.
S. S. Hitonlnn, hence, Oct. G.
MBMO In our report of 7th Inst, we
retried Bchr. W. II. Mnrston sailed
for z (blank). Should bo llllo.
One of tho largest cargoes of met
chnndlso for Honolulu arrived by the
Oceanic Stcnmchlp Alameda In romt
time wub brought to this port today
by tho Son FrnnclBCo ferryboat. Tin
vereel nirlvcd at her berlh nt tin
Orcaptc drick shortly nftor 3 o'clock
this afternoon. Tho steamer anhc.
Willi mtlhhn I mill numbering ,17i
sacks, 8ecntj nine c-ibln passcngen
woio brniiKht down b the Alimcdn
Nineteen hundred anil fifty tons o gen
cral cargo arrived by tho vessel.
'the Alameda's orTtrers report some
rough weather tho last day prior tt,
sighting the Islands
A DONKEY E01Ni: for tbo wharf
nt Kawahao was Included In tho freight
i hipped for Maul, and Koim und Kail
ports by tho inter Irland steamer Man
nn Loa. Tho essel sailed for tho bis
Island nt noon today. Sho carried
fair list of cabin passenger destined
foi tho nrlous ports or call. 1W
Manna Un Is fcchcduled to rcturii
from her regular run on Thursdi
ABOUT SIXTY passengers hao al
ready booked for pasHOga to Sun Fran
Cisco by tho Pnclllc Mull elcimstili
Siberia. Tho tsol In duo tcnrrlvt
here on or About October 21, accord
Ins toilato advice rccoUcil through
tho agency of 11. Uackfold & Co. The
Siberia has sailed from Yokohama anj
is brining u genoral cargo for llono
THE INTKIMSLAND steamer Ko
atihoii was the only arrival from Wind
ports this morning. The vessel
brought thrto roller shafts and BOcrnl
packages of general cargo ftom Konn
nnd Hawaii ports. The utenincr will
be dispatched this oenlng for Kuimi
pull with a shipment of fertilizer.
A aENHHAL CARGO from the cast
coast of tho United Btntes Is duo to
i-rrlvo from New York by tho Ameri
can bark Nuuanu. Till vc?bc1 was
eighty nlno days out from tho port ot
New York today. Tho old reliable
Nuuanu Is bringing merchandise for
u number of local Importer.
THE STEAMER Claiidlnc. tailing
for laihalna, llllo and way ports, will
curry n genernl cargo nnd n fall idzod
list of passengers for Maul and Ha
wall. Tho vessel Is scheduled to do
part nt 5 o'clock this o cuing.
THE AMERICAN hirk Foohng Suey
Is roliorted to havo sailed froni New
York bound for tho Hawnllan isianus.
Thi vessel Is bringing gcnornl cargo
consigned to the agency ofThcd. H.
DavlcB & Co.
ADVICE8 FROM San Francisco an
noiinco tho urrlvnl of tho Mntoi Nav.
Icntlon Httnmcr Hllonlali at San Fran
Mkco vesterday. Tho vessel sailed
front Honolulu on October 5th.
PUGET SOUND lumbor consigned
to tho rtgehcy of Lowers & Cooko Is
reported to havo left Tacoma, Wash
lngton, by tho American schooner Alo
ha, Captain Weltkunat.
A TEST has been mado of tho new
clam Bhell dredge California. Sho was
tried out at tho railway whaif and will
soon be sent down to Pearl Harbor.
J. C. Cluney, Jr.. charged with
hcedloss driving of tt motor car
which, on the evening of September
16, run down n carrlago In. which
was seated tho Japanese cohsut nnd
his driver, will know his fate at tho
hands of Judge Andrndo at tomor
row's Bcsslon ot tho police court.
Tho Cluney case occupied much
time nt tho poilco court this morn
ing. The testimony of tho Jnpuncso
drlvor of tho consular vehlclo was to
the olfect that ho was proceeding'
along the Walklkl road on tbo right
side, with both lamps ot the carriage
burning brightly. They encounter
ed, tho Cluney motor and then fol
lowed a smnsh nnd tho drlvor under
went a total eclipse. The Japanese
Consul was ulso considerably shak
en up by tho collision. Tho Japan
eso claimed that ho heard no warn
ing toot from tho automobile.
Cluney was represented nt court
by Attorney Alox. Robertson. Ho
insisted that he had emploed his
best efforts to avoid an encounter
with tho Japanese carriage,
i In or
dor to look Into the case, Judgo An
i .,. lNi
! ' r ar
Friday, October 15.
Stmr. Kcauhou, from Kotu trorts;
no pifMcngcrs, gen. cargo.
I . ., .' '..
Stmr. Clandlno, for Maui and Knual
ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Maunn Ixn for Maul and Ala
wall ports, Konn and Kau, npon.
T. K. K. 8. 8. Nippon Marit, for San
Frnnclseo p. m.; pass and mails,
C.-A. 8. 8. Aornngt, for Brlsbano and
Sydney via Suva, p. in.; pass, atul
T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Maru, from
China and 'Japan ports, p. m. pass,
and general enrgo.
O. 8. S. Alameda, from San Fran
cisco; piss, and inalln; duo noon.
T. K. K. Tenyo Maru ror Japan porta
nnd Hongkong; pass nnd malls.
Stmr. Nocatl, for Knual ports, C p. in.
8AIL TUESDAY I
Stmr. Maunn Ken, for Maul and Ha- h
wall ports; pass, malls und gen. cargo,
Stmr. Mlkahala, for Mnlokal, Maul
and Iaiual ports, 5 p. in.
Utmr. Klnaii, for Kauai ports; pasti
und gen. cargo, 6 p. in.
V DUE TOMORROW I
Stmr. Maima Kca, from Hawaii nnd
Slnul ports, n. m.
C. A. 8. S.'Aornngl. from Victoria,
a. m ; pass, and malls.
Stmr. Klnnii, fiom Kauai ports;
P.ihi. nnd mull,
Stmr. Mlkaluiln, from Molokal iiortB.
. " 'I1
. T. K. K. 8. S. Tenyo Mnru, from Ban
Francisco; pasa, mall nnd gen. cirRo.
A -H. 8. S. Nebraska!!, from Seattle,
Stmr. Wnshtennw, from Gavlota; oil.
i PAESENQER8 DEPARTED
Per stmr. Molina Iain, for Maul nnd
Hawaii ports, Oct. 13 Miss M.
Crowes, Miss B. Sa)lor, Mr. Brad
hhaw, O. A. Marshall, W. Todd. Mnt.
ritipatrlck, T. C. Will. ' B- Green
well. Mrs. W. M. McQuald and 3 chil
dren. Mm. U. Wallaco MIbs Wallaco.
O. T. Shtpman.
Per stmr Clandlno fur Maul and Ha
waii lorts, Oct 15. Judge 8. II. Kings
bury, Mrs. Cocltctt, Mrs. Shlro, Mr.
A. J. Fcrnnndtu. Mha Glbb.
Per O. 8 S. Alameda, for 8nn Fran
cisco, Oct. 20. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. M.
Lons, Miss M. Corn or, Miss (1. C.
Fuller, Miss M. Rooncy, Mr. G. G.
Congdon, Mrs. A. McKcuzle, Mrs. W.
I. Gardner, Mrs Uulsa Gardner, Mr.
mid Mrs. 8. E. Monk, Mr. and Mr.
Percy Hanlngnn and son, Chns. C. Al
bright nnd w Ifo, E. W. Weaver, G. Jop
pas, A. W. Eumc-s, Mr. and Mis. Cal
low, MIhsch Callow, Mr. nnd Mrs. B.
8. Donahue, J. W. Morse, May Barloli,
Blanche Mortens, Paul Diimld, Mr. M.
Lango, C. Hancy-Eldcr, Mr. and Mrs.
Gen. Brlggs, H.i Hugo,
Per Btinr. Maunn Ken, for Maul and
Hawaii ports Mr. R. L Wilcox, Ml.
E. Rico, Miss Parsons, C. II. Klcugel
and 'wlfo. Mr. A. Lewis, Mrs. A. Hart
ley, Mr. P. C. Joiics, W. A. Dean, II.
T. Mills, Miss K. Whitney. Geo. Mooro,
Misses Haul, Miss Blanchnrd, Mrs. J.
Monsorrut. Mia. C. A. Sloblo, B. D.
Baldwin, If. Schultz.
Mall aro due-, at Honolulu from
point as follows:
Yokohama Per Nippon ?!nru. today.
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Oct. 10.
Colonics Per Mnkura, Nov.- 9.
Malls will dopart tor tho following
I olntn as follows:
Ban Francisco Per Nippon Maui.1
Oct. 10. i
Yokohama Per Tcnjo &fnru. Oct. 19.
Colonies Per Aorangl. Oct. 16.
Vancouver Per Mnltura, Nov. 9.
Buford, from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Oct. 0.
Dlx, at, Manila.
Logan, Hailed from Manila for San
Francisco, Oct. 15,
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, from Manila, for Seattle, ar
rived, Sopt. 15.
PA8SING OF THE PATHFINDER.
Tb a passing of tho. Pathfinder, d
shipping Information Bhect, was wit
nessed by ufltttlo gioup of prospective
purchasers whu gathered nt pollru sta
tion at noon today wlillo Deputy Shor
Ih Charles N. Rojo olfeied one hun
dred nnd sixty woodc,n framos which
formerly adorned soma of Honolulu's,
hu;liiebs houses, wero offered at public i
auction to satisfy an unpild claim ot J
Tho Pathfinder wn established a
Bhort tlmo ago by II. N. Almy. It
was Intended to compete with tho
Guide. The Pathfinder found tho Jour-
- .nallstlo Ihoroughfaro Etrcwn with
- 1 thorns and' soon gao up the ghost,
Tho entire outfit went for 830.