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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H SATUIIDAY, OCT. 10, 1009
Pacific Stated 5 p. m.
1 IIU WUAV
Honolulu Commandcry Reg
ular 5 p. m.
All visiting members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
atranit ttif,nt1f,ffa nf Inenl 1ndffl
Mk WIII !! I mmmrrmmmmtmmt
MAJiMOHY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meeta ovpry MonJay evening at
r: JO In I. 0. O. F Hall, l'oit Street
E. 11. HHNDIIY, Secretary.
T. D. W1CKL', N. II.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OABU LODGE, No. i, K. of P.
Meet every Qrit and third Frl
tay evening at 7:30 In 1C. ot 1'. Hall,
(lorner Fort nnd Beritanl, Visiting
Hotheri cordially Invited to attend.
1 K. NUGENT. C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hull, on Ming
Street, near Port, every Friday open
ing. Visiting Hrothirs nro lordlall)
Invited to attend.
E A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. HAST ON, Rcc'y.
SOKOLULIJ AEH1E 140, F. 0. I.
Mtpu on (he 2nd and 4tb WKD-
SKSIMY Hveulngs of each month at
,iiSU o'clock In a. of P. Hall, cornel
1 , fiarethiilu and Fort streets.
f Visum Ciglea art Invited to at-
tt . M. McCOT, W.. Prest
fi r MOOHE. Becy.
Via. M'KINLEY LODGE No.P, K.0IP.
Meets every nd and 4tb Saturday
; ttonlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
( Hall, cor Fort and Ilerotania. Visit-
Ins brnthera cordially Invited to at-
f. m. sicannw, c. c.
K. A. JACOI1SCN, K. R. S
i, HAWAIIAN TEIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E.'M.
, Meets every first and third Thurs-
days of each month at Knights of
f Pythias Hall. Visiting hrothors cor
(. dlally Invited to nttend.
, L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
j II. V. TODD, C. ot R.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAEI
S 'The Finest Bathing on the Betek."
Heals At All Hours.
vVVINES, LIQUORS. AND CIQABJ
w. u. iimum, Proprietor.
ILUNCHES and DRINK I
The most poDuitr
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
ti notei si. near fort.
Jack Scully. Tack Bobertt
Herald Pure Rye and
pos. F. McTighe & Co.,
aV ' 10M05 KIRG ST.
f PHONE HO V 0. EOX 7.1.1
Beer on Tap
tj, Come antl learn particulars at
froWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO
i ileretania Bx., Opp, baons'.
San Francisco Hotel
Geary Street, above Union Square '
Jan oppotltt Hottl 81. la-tads
European Plan S1.B0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick itructmte, , rurailtv
I net coat $200,000. Hlch elan hotel
at moderate rates. Centerof theatre i
fcrrineallover city. Omnlhutmtett
1 all trains and steamer. Send (or
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recogniied at
Hawnllanlslandheadqua re r. Cable
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Anapnni, near Wilder; 9
rooms and bath, eles.
trie lights. Lot 90x
It Is So Easy
To own our own home.
Hackfeld St., near
.Prospect: 6 rooms and
bath. Easy terms... 2,750.00
Why Pay More
Rent? A pretty bunga
low; Kainki, near
Craven 5 rooms and
bath. Lot 50x230... 2,200.00
Near Piikoi; bungalow;
Six rooms and bath,
pas. electricit. Lot
60x120, only ) 2,800.00
Pile Up Money
By buying & home on
Khan St. Six rooms
nnd bath; modem;
easy terms 2,750.00
Let a chance like this go.
Kapiolani St., near
Spencer. Eight rooms
and bath. Lot 75x125.
Your own terms .... 3,750.00
Puunui avc, near Wyllie 950.00
Every Man Knows
That paying rent makes
landlords rich. Kua
kinaSt., near Liliha.
Six rooms and bath.
Lot 60x140 1,600.00
Near School. Six rooms.
Your own terms 900.00
Twelfth Ave., Kaimuki.
Six rooms; three bed
rooms; furnished. . .$45 per mo.
five rooms; furnished:
near Convent, Sixth
Ave $30 per mo.
83 Merchant St.
Chas. R; Fraader
flione 371. 122 Kinf K.
tanufacturad from ,pur distilled wa
ar. Delivered to any part of elty by
lAHU ICE AND ELECTIIC CO.;
Delivered 'to retidei
and offices at 25o
hundred in 10-lb. lota
tr more. ,
133 Merchant St
ONLY table drink, Manufac
tured by the ft
Arctic Soda Water Works
LOCAL ArD GENERAL
it the V b 1 1 e I tli oWe' Cer five eenU,
le one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred theete ef,good paper. Six lor
,,Cairej,d W Mlk, pilJn at the En
ca). I VI 'if t ,
' Dclt beeales'ln th iktnit nri
tliflB, direct from Paris, at Whltnoy
A, Marsh's. ' ,
llAnne'tasVMwJ, iU UrUu HnV:!
anything good n the liquor llaet Tim
can nnd it at ."The Two Jack."
Coat your Iron'roofe with M4Lrablel'
Yon will be ,eorpTlsel,tl (u eboUni
Md preeenraUva-vi,, CallfoAU
Feed CoM strata.
Lota frf'iaVo In Ke Kapahulu Dla
trlct;f price from H'ccnt per aquan
fool up, by B. Colt llobron, 2d floor
T-ovo building, Fort street
aorman Lhlheran 'Cfiurcn, Folmy
pastor. M5,8onntgrchulo; 11, Oott
oallcnst.'T,reirlirelho ucr Oottes Of
fbarung In. dor Natur B: Dlo Bchon
tlungdcrBrde.f , , .
J. (L. Cooper, formerly,l(wlth S. N
Wooil t Co. of Ban Francisco, Is t(
take chargo of the Kash Comninj
storo, Mr, Cooper has had wide ox
perlcnco and la thoroughly up-to-date
Tho VYc'dnosday morning studies Ir
literature, 'rmnulnr lnt winter ,
)io rosumc,rt this fall at the homo of
ira. waiter F. Frcar, Punahou street
next Wednesday at half after ten. Ir
tho,.openlng fajk of n scrlca of fom
oh (tOTBQ Meredith, Mrs. Philip L
Weaver villi tako up "The Ordeal o'
Richard Foveral' A common Imprcs
slon lhat'attcnd,anc9 la by liivltntlon I
altogether mistaken, Mrs. Joscpl
Plait Cooko or tin. William L. Iivo
vtlll'bo glad to glo further details con
ccrnlng tho work to any one interested
Eugcno Knight, alias Wllllamr
charged with being n deserter trifn
the local Marine Corps, was brought t
Honolulu this morning, ho being a nc
senger by tho Mnuna Kea and Ir
chargo ot an officer.
A book on Hawaii's volcano Is nchr
Ing completion by Druce Cartwrlght
Jr., who has Just returned from the
Sam Pua, County Bhcrlfl ot Hawaii
canio down this morning on the Maunr
Kea on business. He will leavo foi
Ms homo next Tuesday.
Matsuda, charged with Indulging, In
torrid and threatening hnaiiago to r
fellow conntrjpmn, was dlrcharged lif
tor tho hearing nf Mm Irstlmony nt
Pollco Court this morning.
J. M. Edwards was foundmot gulil)
of the chargn of assault brought
against him beforo Pollco Magistrate
Andrade this morning and ho waa din
Tho chase, wherein Tschitna, a Jap
ancso, was charged with malicious mis
chief In that he attempted. to disfigure
the show window of a competitor, was
contlnued.unlll Monday morning's ges-
ion 01 j'omcc court. ,
Among the.passengora arilvlnr; uj
tho steamer Mauna Kea from Maul
and Hawaii were A. J. McNIcoll, Mra
McNIcoll, Capt. C. J. Campbell. M. L
Dearth, Mrs. J. .M. Ostcrgood and
daughtor and H. W. Mist
llruco Cartwrlght,, Jr., has returned
from a visit to Hawaii and tho olcano
Ho arrived this morning by tho Mauns
John Hind Is In tonn on a buslncsr
Hon. H. P .Baldwin, accompanied by
Mrs. Baldwin, are In Honolulu. They
arrived In the Mauna Kea this morn
ing. Thoro Is every promise of a big
sale of scats for the benefit perform
ancc to the Outrigger Club on tho even
ing of October ii. Tho club proposer
to erect a now and more commodious
bath house at Walklki;
It Is Drobablo that Mori., tho Janari
cso who attempted tlo assasslnalo Ed
Itor Shcba. will hn Iniilcted hv thn J-Vil.
cral a rand Jury, but the naturo 9! tho
charges that are being 'considered
against the would-ba assassin In the
d rand Jury room) arati)ot yet known.
An Important, public conference bear
ing upon tho Pahala forest rcBoryo will
do noiu nionaay in mo mronc room at
tho Capitol. v.
Judge Robinson this morning grant
od a decree of divorce to Soda Jwomoto
from T. Iwamoto on tho ground of non
aupport. August Abrens, manager ot tho Par
clflc Mill, Kukulhaclela In town on a
business trip. t .
Sheriff Jarrettr returned frdm his
trip of Inspection to Kaneoho last ovrin
Ing. Ho reports that everything, Is O.
K. lit the llttlo- village, Tbo,8horlff on-
counterod heavy, rain on "his return
trip. . .
Tho Chinese who shot a countryman
last, week has so far eluded the ik
llco. and 'It Is 'surmised that tho gun
man has got away to ono of the other
Islands, , n '', '
A largo hu'rnbcr o(, 'peoplo havo
availed themselves ot the Invitation 'of
Mr.njl MrSjVlllle Crawford for to
morrpw.Vand'tno Juau will .bo ono of
I hC, beet given Injthls city for a long
I'mArtJ ' i ' "
Charles H. Swain, of llllo was today
granted a license by tho Supremo
Court to, practice In all of the district
courlB of tho, Territory' and also ap
pointed second district magtstrato for
the district of South Hllo. v
1 Governor, Freariaa recolvod ,an In
vltatlqnito b preaejjf at tho meeting
today at El JPaso, fexafl, betweo Pros
l'dent Tift and President Diaz of Mex
ico. The Invitation is an elaborate
ono and bears tile seal's ot the Unltod
NoDaMneai. - ! ! 1 ' 'JfoBugi. '
i if ' m 1 jin.ivi aaa .!
0iW -M I Ullal.VI JJ9
CM To Prove He
Ascended Mount McKinley
NEW yORK. Oct. IB. Dr. Coo k sn"ys ho will send nn expedition'
ncxt.jear to climb Xlt. McKlnlcy nn d secure tho records which he placed
on the suhimlt of tho pc.tk when ho made the uscent. Should ho produco
theso recqrds he doctor will bo nbl e to refute tho chnrges made by Ilar
rlll and tho photographer who accompanied tho Mt. McKlnlcy expedi
tion, to the effect that the data concerning tho ascent nnd the proto
graphs were faked by Dr. Cook,
Dr. Cook has not receded from tho stnnd which ho took nt tho be
ginning of tho controversy nnd today ho reiterated his belief that llarrlll
received money to" make the aflldaYl t that Mt. McKlnlcy was not scaled
ind that the claims of Dr. Cook are without foundation.
The ,Cook-Penry controversy hag more or less been lost sight of In
tho recent discussion as to whether or not Mt. McKlnlcy was scaled by
Dr. Cook. The affidavit of llarrlll haB occasioned widespread discussion.
Dr. Cook nppcnrs to he sincere In his determination to send nn expedi
tion to the summit nf Mt. McKlnlcy nnd ho Insists that such nn expedi
tion will discover records which he placed on tho top of tho mountain
when he made tho climb.
m ie 1 ei
af.SSffiSY,JKv I9?E LIVS IK DISASTROUS STORM.
MEMPHIS, Oct. IS. Death nnd disaster followed In tho train of a
Horn which dovnstatcd this part of the country today. Ilclurns up to
late show that thlrt-sovcn peoplo lost their lives. Many persons wcro
norc or less Injured nnd the damage to property Is appalling.
, ap 1
At .n,.?,RE,81,)ENT VISITS INDIAN TOWN.
ALIlUQUL'IlQUi:. N. M., Oct. lu. President Tnft nnd the members
)f Ihe presidential partly today pal il a visit lo tho Indk ntuwn. Tho
President wag greatly Interested by what ho saw. ,
C0UNCDL APPROVES NEW BUDGET.
TOKIO, Oct. IS. Tho council todnj placed the seal of approval
upon tho new budget of 1364,000,00 0,
GrJBlEp A T
Draying and Expresiing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
0. W, KcDougall, Prop.
Curtain' Swisses at 12Hc. py. nt
Whitney & .Marsh'g.
It. II. Kerr & Co. received seventy
tight cases of now goods by tho Ala
meda. The Remington Is n real Opewrller
and not a weak machine as other vis
iblo machines arc.
Oeo. Haas & Son's celebrated can
dies fresh by S. S. Alameda. Sold
only by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Tho Ilcgal shoo never falls to give
tho maximum of comrort and wear.
Only 13 50, $1 and S5 a pair at Ilcgal
The finest candies extant are those
made by Oeo. Haas & Son of San
Francisco, and sold by Benson, Smtih
s uo., l,io.
Knelpp linen mcsji underwear Is sold
by Sllva'a Toggery. A largo now stock
has Just been opened and la now rcmly
tor jour inspection.
Young men iwnutlng classy shoes
should call ol Manufacturers' Shoo Co.
this week to sco tho now line Just
opened. Many now styles.
Big chances for bargain hunters
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at
N. 8. Sachs Dry Goods Com nan v. 800
special' Items In today's advertisement.
Goods recently bought by L. B.
Kerr while on tho mainland are now
In stock at tho L. 11. Korr & Co.
sloro and aru offered at marvelously
low prices, "'
An Ideal houso shoo for women Is
advertised ,lnspxeo of Mclnerny's
Shoo Sore. U merits tlta attention of
overy woman who Is looking for a com
fortable nttlr.g houso shoo.
Offlcorj of tiio Army. Nnvy'and Mar
ino Corps will find that .tho, W. W.
Ahana Co.'g uniforms equal In work
manship an3l quality "of material used
by those of any' of tho eastern military
Exnulslto creations In drawn work
from tho Chinese Girls School of Swa
tow, China. Hawaii & South Seas
Curio (toYounpj building. Table cov
ors, bedspreads, do11icB,N1kkb brasses
nnd antimony curios, pongoo sllkB.
Notlco to Intending bidders on tho
Kahana section ot tho belt road an-
pcars.ln, today's I)y Authority column.
Miss Power's display of millinery vg
rino of the best sho has oyer shown In
Honolulu, Fall styles are at their
best and' brightest. Parlors In Bod
ton Block, Fdrt street.
I.os Angeles beer c0Sts-1na mora
but tastes like moro. Old Government
.r. . II.
1 a ors
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa 6! Nutmnu Stream
Plantation c'gnra smooth nnd ovtn
njwajg tho same. Lewis & Co, Ltd.
cigar emporium nnd liquor dealers, ICO
King street, telephone 240, agents nn 1
distributors Los Angeles beer and Old
Government Plantntloti clgara.
Earth comtmimd, the very article tn
fill j our flower poln with, and to
spread over your lavvns. Tho sub
sinnco In this compound is not onlj
beneficial in Itself but will Improve
tho soil ou already have. One dollar
will glvo ou 400 pounda delivered to
nil polnta nboiit two miles from post
office Itlng up phono C88, Uland
Transfer, a. W. McDopgsll, proprietor.
(Continued on Page 2)
ny Sharp, Kulh Scudder, Mnre.ii it
Schmidt, I.lojd .Schmidt. Margiret
Sajres, Corvvln Sayrcs, John Smith,
aertrude Storey, Hovaid Scott, Kutli
orlno 8tore, James Small. Irma Tarlc
ton, Armstrong Towso, Gcrtrudo
Thrum, Harold Taj lor, Dorothy White,
Karl WKlto, Eleanor Wujson, rtutli
Whitehead, Sadlu Whltilicad, .luck
Watorhouso, Jiilletto Weight, Cathar
Ino Weight, C. Hlchaid .Welrjlit Annie
May Young, Augusta Wall.
CrtADLK ltOl.L OF CHII.DltnV
(Threo years of ugo 11111I under.)
Hlllfort Craft Owen, Mary Loulao
Love. Marjory Elizabeth Atherlnn. An.
drew Cnstlo Westervelt. Claienco lljdo
Cooko, Jr. Mary Douglas Alexander.
Clarence Hojt Blrdt, James Arthur
Bath, Jr, Joseph Alexander 8vvexo,
Arthur Alcxandor orrlll, Dorothy Judd,
Unton Torbcrt Pratt, William Whitney
Welnrlch, Marlon IajwIs, Howard Uu
geno Benner, William Blckncll Story,
Fred Wilder Cixike, Robert Colton Sup
er. Howard Scott, Mariam MacknII
Wurron I.OVl Chumborlaln. Henrv Mnr.
cus Ruttmnn, Hornco Stuart Sharp,
Richard Alexander Dolo, Charles Mor
ton Morrill, William Alfred Lovo, Jr..
Doreen Amy Blcknell, Allen Rnndolph
Mooro. Alfred H.1I0 Benton, Richard
Alexander nthony, Frnncog Alicia
Foibcs. Allro Elizabeth Lvscr. Kennnlh
Ooorgo 8cott Anderson,, Charles Rich-
uiii Hwiwii, iiurunj nriuur jonos,
Mary Theodoia Richards, Clio Olivia
Chamberlain. Masrlntn IJvlnealnn.
Margaret Frenr, Rosallo Young, Ruth
.uurry, uuuicy cushman IjwIb, Anna
Karen Cooko, Glaj ds ICllzabeth llorger,
Richard Stevenson Iknlo. I.lovd ilon.
wood, Clarcnco Cooper Jones, Stanley
Neil Nollsoti, Dqrotjiy Jones, Ulna
ninltvt Tlnvnnlila ITnnnnili tnnu.'u tln.itt
vixaev ivmuiiiu, (iiaiiss iiliiiyn s IUIL,
Lillian Chnrlottq Haglund, Harold Vot-
tA'..l ml 11 ti... .' .....
wr v'"uUf Biiirnnri'i uuro, wniipr
Oharlos Freeman, Richard Kent 8an
defgon, RlchardljmeaBo(eh, William
Dickey Merrill. Ralph" Ewdo Moltbin,
Ralph Wilson Johnstone, Joanna ,1.1ml-
uurg uraw, iciju..Mimre(l pierce.
The W. W. Ahana
02 So. Kins St.
IN rOREIQN PORTS
Friday, October IS.
8EATTLE Arrived 'tlfcL Ui '
8. 8. Pleiades, from San Francisco
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Ar
'j, "rived pcli H: ','
8. S. Texan, from Hllo, Aug 18.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. IB:
U. S. A. T. Buford. hence Oct. C.
A WIRELESS plant largcrthan nu
that havo been Installed In any of the
ctatlong of tho United Wireless Com
pany on tho Pacific is to lie Installc'
on tho Pacific Mall liner Korea durltip
next week, nnd will bo In rcadlncsi
for operation beforo tho liner leave
m her next trip to tho .Orient. Thongl
It has been tho declaration of tho man
agcrs of tho company that they woiili
havo nothing to do with tho wlrclesi
until It was 'perfected to a vvorklnc
hails on distances up to 2000 miles
It was recently decided that nn cxpcrl
mental plant would bo established 01
0110 of tbo liners.
The apparatus, which Is a cnmblnn
tlon of tho two-kllnwat and tho fom
kllownt plants, has been manufacture!
nt tho manufacturing plant ot tin
United Wireless Company nt 8cattii
and has Just recently been completed
It was shipped on tho Cl(y of Puebli
and arrfved jestcrday nftcrnunn. N
O. Nelson, manager of tho plant nl
8enttlo, nrrlvcd on tho steamer yester
day with tho apparatus nn'l will mil or
Intend tho Installation of Co apparn
tus on the Kore 1,
Before her Inst trip nut tho Koro
was measured and preparations made
for the Insinuation of tho plant, hu
at that tlnio It was not completed. I
I hu hopes nf the makerg are realized
the plant will ho able to pick up mes
sages from San Francisco at Mono
Manager Scliwcrlu nnld last nigh
that the company had decided to kcc
up testa of tho wlrelesH nppnr.itus-con
Mantly until It Is perfected to ltn rlgh
est po'ver. Chronicle.
AN ELABORATE' suit of stateroo-n
linvo been rercrved on tho Tenji
Mai u, vvnlch Is tchcdulcd to sail oi
Tuesday, noon, for l'rlnco Kunl grand
son of, tho Ml'u'rto 0f Jnpin, nnd hli
v;lfo nnd party of six. T,lio pirty
which has been tout lug the 13ist nm
nirnpo, anlved early thltt morning 01
the Overland and will gtop ut tho Fair
mont until tho day of sailing. Tip
Tenjo Mam will earrj 11 larsu parriji
gcr list mi J 11 lUlit cargo.
THE MUCHLY ndvcrtlHed Claik ex
rurslo'n party sailing by the Hamburg
American lino steamer Clcveand ti
hchedulcd to depart f s mil New Yorl
today. This vessel Is n sister ship P
tho Cincinnati!. It Is expeetej ilia
tho Cleveland wil remain nt Honoliili
for two dajs." Sho Is duu hero on Jan
nary 23, About six hundred passcn
gers nro touring tho world In tho pa
lallal German liner.
THE UNITED STATES niniy trans
port Sliirtdau, wheh urrveil nt SiattU
with tho Twenlj -fifth lnfimtrj, Is ro
ported as having pronedeil to Sin
Francisco. Tho Sheridan Is schedule!
to s ill from tho California port on No
vcmber 5 with destination 11 J MutiHr
via Honolulu and Guam.
THE ARRIVAL of thu Amcrlc 111 Hn
wallnn ficlghtur Texan Is rnportnl nt
Dclowaro Hi enk water. Tho vessol
f-alled from Hllo on August lMh with
over 11,000 toiiB (if rugur.
THE UNITED STATES army trans
port Buford, which Bulled from lltiuo
lulu for San Francisco on October nth
l.ng arrived at San Franctsio.
Por utnir, Mnuna Kea, from Hawaii
and Maul ports, Oct. Ill C. L. Ileal
MIsb U Ornngo, Mrs. F. Little, E
Knudscn, Mrs, Knudscn nnd child nnd
maid, A. J. McNIcoll, Mrs. McNIcoll
Miss II. Roth MUM N. I -oust, Geo. Gel
dns, C. P. Lclllco, II. Donald, Win. WII
llamson and 3 (hlldrcn and eorvant
Capt. C. J. Campbell, Win. Smith, F
Weber, Mrs. Weber, Miss Weber, S
Pua, 8. Grace, N. C. Wlllfong, Mist
A. Nnmahoo, Miss Gcldeg, Mrs. L
Dearth. Mrs. W. J, Galnda nnd child
MrB. M. Rlckards, Mr. Nawahl, Mrs. J
M, Ostcrgood and daughtor, 8. Oau J.
Gasper, Miss C. BJvens, Miss T. Kama,
Mrs. C. 8. Hollow ay and 4 servants II.
Cartwrlght Jr., H. W. Mist, II. 8. LU
llo. Geo Rrown, Llout, Kl'goro, T. E
Martin, H. Kato, K. Wakajunm. A, L.
Knight, C. H. Swain, II. E. Kelsey
Fujlhara, Mis. II, I). Wlshnnl and
daughter, II. L. Ilolstelu, Mlxs I. mho
A. Mason, P. nitiott, Geo. C, Watt, II
Rj Bryant, J110, Hind, It. It. Elgin, J.
Jojeriseii, J. T. McCiowon. A. Ahleu,
Mrs. .Ino. Ross, E. V. Noel, Jns.
Grube, W. Pano ,Wi Haimls, H. P
Bnldwln, Mrg. Baldwin. Youn Yin S
A- Ki) stone, S. Mori, II Mlyao A. J.
Spltzer. W. A. Bailey, C. A. Burns
Mie, Shlhl and tcivant Mis, U lllnio.
THE NKW DREDGE Intendoil for
work at Pearl Harbor was Bblfted to
the Inter-Island slipway Ibis morning
Tho machinery vvna tried out during
the morning hours and found to work
Saturday, October 1C.
Stmr, Iwalaul, from Ku.iiuipiill and
Kahului; gen. cargo,
Stmr. Noel! 11, from Kauai ports; 5
deck pass., gen. cargo.
81 mr. Mauna Kea, Irum Hawaii and
Maul ports; pass , mall mid gen. caigu.
Snltinlnv flrfnlinr 1 (i
T. K. K. Nippon Mam, for San
FrnnclBCo; pass, and gen. cargo.
T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Mam, for San
Francisco, p. m.; pass and ninlls.
C.-A. 8.' 8. Aornngl, for Brlsbano and
Sydney via Buv.i, p. m.j pass, and
v DUE TOMORROW
Stmr. Klnau, from Knual ports;
pass, and mail.
Stmr. Mlknhala, from Molokal ports.
I .- 1-
T. K. K. S. 8. Toil) o Mnru, from 8 in
Franclseoj pass, mall and gen. c.ugu.
A.-ll. 8. 8. Nehrimknn, from Seatthi,
8tmr. Washtenaw, from Oavlotn; oil.
8AIL MONDAY f
T. K. K. Tcqyo Jlnru for Japan portB
and Hongkong; pass nnd malls.
8tmr, Noeau, for Kauai porta, B p. m.
Stmr. Mauna Ken. for Maul and Ha
waii potts; pass, malls and gen. caigo,
Stmr. MlkahnlJ. for Moloknl, Maul
and Ijnil porta, C p. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Tor Knuil ports; pasa
jnd gen. cargo, S p. ni.
Stmr. W. Q. Hall, front Kauai ports,
O. 3. 8. Ahmeda, for Ban Franc' co;
liana., mall an J gen. cargo, 10 a. 111
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Logan, sailed from Manila for H.-n
Fianclscn, Oct. 15.
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Sheridan, from Maulln, for Seattle, nr-
lived, Sept. IS.
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Colonies Pel Makura, Nov. 0.
Malla will depart for tho following
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Vancouver Per Makura, Nov. 9.
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