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EVtNING BULLETIN, HONOLULt). T. H, MOJTDAT, OCT. IS 1909
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fc; Weekly Calendar
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ll vt.ltlne members of ihe
Order are tordlally Invited to
Attend meetings ot local 1odt
BARMOKX LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets mry MonJay evening at
1:30 In I. 0. O F Hall, Fort Stroot
K. 11. HENDRY. Societary.
r. D. W1CICE, N. l.
All Timing brothers very cordUllj
PAHU LODGE, Ko. i, K. of J?
Met every first iind third Frl
Iny evening t 7:30 In K. ot r. Hall,
turner lrort and Dcrctaula. Visiting
Mothers curdlully Invited to attend
F. I.. NUGENT. C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. tt. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
l!onol:lu Lodgo No. C1C, 1). P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. U EASTON, Eec'y.
I0K0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. X
I! ecu on the 2nd and 4th WKO
KESDAY evenings ot each montb at
(:S0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Rerctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Engles ire Invited to at
ud W. M. McCOT, W., Preet.
H. T MOORE. 8ecy
tVm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, X.o!P.
Meets every .nd and 4tb Saturday
Tonlnc at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of V.
Unll, cor. Fort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
F. M. McOREW, C. 0.
B. A. JACOBSEN, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN THIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights ot
Pj thins Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOR SALE AT ALL BABI
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGAEI
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DBINII
Tho m.ist poDuiai
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
7aek Scully. Jack Roberts
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 EIliG ST.
PHONE 140 V 0. BOX 705
Deer on Tap
If Attend meetings ot local 1od( Vifk JK j
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
J3eretania St., 0pp. Sachs'.
San Francisco Hotels
n r ii n.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Frftndt
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick ttructure, furnish,
lugs cost $200,000. High clan hotel i
ot moderate rates. Center of theatre (
ferrlneallovercltv. Omnibus meets ;
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco. ,
zioici &tcwnri now recognueu as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Anapum, near Wilder; 9
rooms and bath, elec
tric lights. Lot OOx
It Is So Easy
To own ".our own home.
Hickfeld St., near
Prospect: 6 rooms and
bath. Easy terms. .. 2,750.00
Why Pay More
Rent ? J A pretty bunga
low ; Kaimuki, near
Convent; 5 rooms and
bath. Lot 50x230... 2,200.00
. - ..I
Nccr Fiikoi; bungalow;
Six rooms and bath,
rp.3, electricit. Lot
60x120, only 2,800.00
Pile Up Money
By buying a home on
Kinau St. Six rooms
and bath; modern;
easy terms 2,750.00
Let a chance like this fro
Kapiolani St., near
Spencer. Eight rooms ,
and bath. Lot 75x125.
Your own terms 3,760.00
Funnui ave, near Wyllie 950.00
Every Man Knows
That naying rent makes
landlords rich. Kua- 1
kina St, 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.
1 CKas. R: Friiierj
'. foijR ADVERTISES!
. tfhone 371. 122 Klag Btr
nenufaetured from -pure distilled wa--er.
Oellvered to any part f city by
)aiiu iCE And elegtiic co
KsjwiIo. iTritphoiw 52S.
Delivered to retltknoM
and office at 2 pcx
hundred, ia 10-ltf. lota
it more. ,
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant Si
Tel 146 '
B L UDWI N B
the ONLY table drink. Munia
tured by tha 1
Arctic Soda Water WirRs
PHONE 587 ,Li
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tlie Big NMtel SeraXlTTaatoTtMie
atjhe B ii 1 14 1 1 n offlce.for fve cfat.
la ene'mch twek.-made up or two nun
Sfed ahleti if good paper. Six for a
'Call and seo Mike Paton at the En
core. Anything new In the atoning line!
Anything good in tbe liquor linet Yvd
can And It at "The Two Jacka."
The flaMt candies extant an those
nude by Geo. Kart A Son of San
Francisco, ana ke-ld by Btnion, Smtih
A C.a T.td.
IMt for tale In iho iltapahuu Dis
trict; price from Vi cent per aqtiar
fool up, by K. Colt Hiibron, 2d floor,
Love, building. Fort street. '
To while away the tedium of n (iilcl
Sunday httcVnoon, rab plajcr &ru
said tO'tly tholr ocatlon at the arl
ous v,li6rvc,'rUpon the appearance of
a pollco olllccr tlio Rameatcrs nre Ren
crnlly found engajfed In peaceful pifr.
It U tiated that no work on'tlio pro
posed brigade post at Lcllchua will
hti done before tha first of the car.
A an Bp'prdprlatton pf 20,000ihna now
been made available, construction
work should commence within the
next four or five months.
United States Commissioner Georgo
A. Davis hfcld Fred Maklno's clerk,
MaRhlguchl, for trial. in -tho United
States Court Saturday, (he chargo be
ing that he had In bis possession bb
Irene postal and 'picture, cards. The
tiostal cards -worn found In n eafo in
MnklnoV dniB store. !
A new chiropodist, from India, Is In
town and well recommended. Seo
OfOce Journals, Calendar Pads and
Diaries for 1910. Wall, Nichols Co ,
Ltd., Is the place,
Tho meats at tho Metropolitan Mar
ket ara alnajs good. Family trade is
solicited and perfect satisfaction guar
anteed. Bargain hunters- Koto the five big
specials In Sachs ad. These nro for
Monday,, Tuesday and Wednesday
Tile, pastry nt the Palm Cafe Is su
perior becaucc it U clwas fresh and
because It Is made of the bust mater
ials us.ed in pastry, you can get a
fresh pie or cake at atiy time because
they are made fresh every day.
The moon crept over the ridge,
And faint and white mists rose;
He kissed her on the bridge
And softly did propose.
She frowned and said: "Dear me!
You are clumsy,-' goodness knows."
Alas and alack, for' she
Had been kissed on the bridge of
1 . i
VAN ARTFUL PLEADER.
"Look horo," said the lawyer, "I en
Joy a ball game ns much as anybody.
Out tho next time you get off you
mustn't tell me you are going to some
body's funeral. Nobody can have so
many grandmothers and aunts and
other near relations."
"Our family Isn't like the general
ran," answered the office boy. "Fath
er was n Mormon. Washington Star
Cynic "She nowg bis vfootBtops 'a
mile off In the liildst of a hundred oth
ers, seo him coming from the corner
of her eye, pats her hair and 'smooths
ner areas, anu jumps n root witn sup
prise when ho ascends 1 the piazza
Bteps.' ' '
Clinic "WhoT't '
Cnlc "All of 'em!" Life.
All men at times tmust too tho mark,
But all men-also 'know
Tha holes In socks, if left tmdnmed,
Wilt surely mark the toe. .
Detroit Frco Press.
Jack -"I kissed her when sho wasn't
'Tom "What did she do7"
Jack "Kept her eyes,closed the ftst
of tho evening." St. Louis Times.
iKnlcker Whec,e will you spend the
Becker It depends on whero the
aut6tnoi)llo breaks down. Now York
The steamor Samoa, owned by II.
W, Baker ot Detroit, waB burned to
the water's edgo at the Osceola mills,
on Torch lako, near Calumet, Mich.
Throo men- were killed when the
Montreal express, bound for Boston,
crokhet) Into tho r,ear of the disabled
Quebec express, from Quebec for Bos
ton, about a mile and 'a half from
Pattco, N. II. Tho dead are: En
gineer John' P. Callahan, , Fireman
Goorgq Parmonler of tho Montreal ex
and a tramp.
Tho second annual national good
roads convention in, session In Cleve
land, .began. Its programme with a tour
of Inspection of improved roads about
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
BpjJetin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Sffifek Phone 152
Stuy vesant Fish May Be
Named In Crane s Place
SHANGHAI. Oct. 10. There Is n rumor current here Hint 8tuc
sant I'lsh of Ne York will bo nppnlnted envoy extrnoidlnnry and min
ister plenipotentiary to China to succeed tin; linn. Chariot II. Crnnc,
whose dltilomillc career rnme to n sudden inl licruiito of Indiscrete ret
Wtkl'mado In the con r so of nn Interview published In tho Chicago
newspapers. 1 hough there Is no ofll
story finds gemrnl credence In wpll-
( Stuyvesnnt Fish, who tame Into national prominence through hl
battle ultli'K, II. Unrrlmnn for tho control of the IUIiioIh Ccnttnl Rail
road, Is tho fou of tho Hte Hamilton fish, who nan Sceretnry of Slnto
during Grant's administration. He Is nn'ofllecr or director of many
railway and financial institutions and for jenrs was ihu timlluiiutvd
head of the Itllnolt Central Itallwa). ,
All Europe Arouse!
Over Execution of Ferrer
j ft i? bj-w
PARIS, Oct. 10. Tho Intense feeling which was wrought up by tho
execution of I'liintlsco IVircr, the Hpaulah cdtlcntoi convicted of being a
revolutionist, Is noticeable throughout Europe. Fiom one end of rrttnte
to the other the execution Is the subject of discussion, And much Unrest
Is being shown, ifartlcnlarly by the Socialists.
Within the Inst day or two dcmonstiutlnnH have tnkeit plnu.- In many
parts of Frame mid It hat been necessary to tuba harsh stepi in some in- ,
stances. Feeling Is becoming moto Intense rather than cooling (iff. and
serious 1 1 on Mo It feared. .
ALL EUROPE AROUSED.
LONDON, Oct. 17. All Europe Is disituulng the recent uxcctitlcn of
Frnnclsco Ferrer, conUctid of taking part In' the recent revolutionary
movement In Spain, and tho Socialists are fanning' the smouldering em
bers Into n blaze. Demonstrations are being held dally In tho principal
cities of Europe and considerable dlsqulotudo is felt by the authorities.
Each daj brings news ot fresh demustrutloiis, tmglnielcd Ti the So
cialists, and In all parts of EurOpo tho Soclullst leaders are tuf.lng ad
vantage of the execution as an exrusj for a socialist propaganda. Social
ists are parading the streets of the
meetings. l:en the rural districts
speeches arc being made everywhere.
FORMER MINISTER TO ARGENTINE DEAD.
LONDON, Oct. 17. Tho Hon. William I. llttthaiinn, formerly Ameri
can mlulkter to Argentina, and the first AmerUan minister to Panama,
died very suddenly today.
William Insco Iluchunan was a natho of Ohio. He was 01c of the
organizers and mnnakcrs o( the first
From 1894 until 1900 Mr. Iluchannn
minister plenipotentiary of the United Stntos to Argentina and later was
tho first American minister to the then newly formed Republic of Pana
ma. Ha was chosen bj the Argentine and Chljean governments as decid
ing arbitrator on the special commission to Ox tho boundary In tho Puna
de Atacama. Later he served as director gencint of the lluffalo Exposi
tion and In 1902 was United States delegato to tho second. pln-Amcrl-cau
conference In Mexico.
CUBA IN FEVER HEAT OVER FERRER'S DEATH.
HAXANA, Oct. 17 The people o fthls city ore wiought up to fevor
heat over the execution of Francisco Ferrer. The -unrest which has
seized the old world as the result of Spain's action In putting to death the
distinguished educator has spiead to the new. The execution Is tho
topic of conversation everywhere.
Today a great procession was held to oleo the protetl of tho Cub-in
peoplo against tho course which Spain took In punishing the man rharg
ed with being implicated In the recent revolutionary movement. Thous
ands of people marched In the parade.
One of the first results ot the execution has been a Cuban boycott
against all Spanish11 goods. At 11 great inabs mcclng held luday a oto
was passed to boycott Spain in protest against the mannor In which
Ferrer came to his death, and there Is every indication that tho boy
cott will be carried out. v '
HISTORY HADE IN MEETING OF PRESIDENTS.
EL PASO,(OcJ. 10. History wus made hoie todaj when President
Taft and President Diaz exchanged calls. Lblig'eonrciencee -were held,
but the meetings were private and It Is not known what mattora the
chief executives ot the two great countrlcsdlscussed.
Military pomp was everywhere In ovldenco. 1'iesldont-Taft was
escorted to the headquarters of Prosldont Dluz by a large delegation ot
American soldiery, and the soldiers of Mexico uttunded their President
when he made hls'call.
Tonight a banquet was glvon to celebrnto tho conclusion of the
great conference (which must ever occupy nn ImpOttnnt plnce In history.
There wero many exptesslons ot friendship on tho part ot tho two Presi
dents and the belief. was expressed that tho two nations will continue to
live In perfect harmony.
' 1 lew 1 en 11
OVER THREE MILLION SEE FAIR.
8EATTLE, Oct. 18. The Alaska-Yukon-Pnclllc exposition closed Its
gates for the lost'llirfe today. Tho Hrtt thing Monday the dismantling ot
the buildings will coirimence'and tho gi r-.it world's fair will be but a
memory. The official records of the exposition show that 3,700,000
persons visited thetfalr.
PRESIDENT ASSISTS AT DEDICATION.
?AN ANTONIO, Oct. 17. Today president Toft assisted nt tho dedl
catlon of the new chapel, at Fot Sam Houston.,
Draying and Expressing
Wood and, Opal . Phone 588
O. W. MoDoigalI, Prop.
Ajraiiy, Navy and
w w ' iitaiSr irn
lie ll nilallO .VUe
clal confirmation of tho report, the
cnpttnl eltlcs itnd ate holding muss'i
have not escaped and incendiary,
four corn palaces In Sioux City.
oervod as envoy extiaordlnary and
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nun'anu Stream
62 So. King St. No Branches.
IN FOnElQN PORTS
Saturday, October 10,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhcd Oct. 15:
H. S, Mexican, finin Sfltltia Crur.
PORT TOWNSENI Arrived Oct. IB:
ft'hr. Kthul Znuo, from Kalmlul.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 16:
Hclir. ,1. II. linicu. from Mahiikonn.
!A NPHANCISCOArrlved OeL 10:
Sehr, II. C. Wright, from Honolulu
la Fnnnlngs Island.
German cruiser Arcana, licr.ee Oct. 7
EUREKA Sailed Oct. 10:
Schr. Oceania Vanen, for Hllo,
AGAIN .COMES fho San Francisco
rumor that tho Pacific Mall liner Ko
rea may not bo kept on thn run to the
Oilent, It. P. Sehvverln, vice president
niul general manager of thn Pnclflo
Mall Company, has announced that the
company will pinhably rctlro the Ko
rea as the earnings nt that vessel will
1 ot exceed $8000 nod that tho freight
will bo c-irrlcd nt hur below cost. The
rullnx-t of tl n lulcr-Sst ite Commcrr:
Cnminlsdon li.no mil rem ted fnvor-J
nbly for tlio Pacific Mall tympany i.n!
Hcnvciin nils ueciuej uini it is neat
for tho ICortu to bo discontinued, 13s. 1
Francisco shipping Men, hovvevtr, do
cltna to put mnch faith In tho mate,
titent of Mi. Srhwcrlii in this Is not
tho first time' that ho hti'i utinomicnd
such nil Intention.
THE AMERICAN HAWAIIAN com
panj's steamer NcbraHkan, with n
largo general cargo. Is due to urilve
today fiom Pugct Sound ports. This
vem.el alno brings a riiislcnment ot
New Yoik freight which crossed the
Isthmus of Tchuantepcr. Thu ticlght-
era Is,ihmlnn nnd Orcgonlnn conlijl)
uuted to the shipment of merchandise.
de'tlued for Huwalbn Importers,, The
Ncbinsknu will bu given a prompt, ills
patch through the local owrcy nnd
ja scheduled to sail for Kahuiul nlid
Hllo on Thursday. It Is understood
"'nt thn vessel will remain nt each or
tho Hawaiian ports 0110 da only. Thn
fscbraskan will then proceed to San
Franclsro with her cngo of su?ar,
PURSER PHILLIPS of tho Kteanie'
Manna Ken, arriving Irani Hawaii an:'
Mnnl Saturday loportt tho steam
er Klnau at Nuka'au. Tho NIII1H11 wa
met with at Pap taloa, whllo tho steam
cr Kalnlanl waa patted nt Taiuhaii
llio Mniiiin Kca ulso pawd tho steam
er Llkellko ofT Kukulh lele. Till
rcliooner Concord vvas reported nt Ho
uolpu and tho btcjuer Maul nt Xava!
JAMES S. LOGAN, for somo tlmo
Inst tho accommodating purser of the
Inter-Inland steamer Iwalanl has
been promoted. Ho will take chargo
of tho purser's office of the stcimer
Klnau when Hint vessel unkos her
noxt vo)igq to Kauai ports tomorrow
Login hua been receiving coiigrntiita
ttons upon his elevation to :i more re
THE STEAMER Manna l.na wni
patsed by the nirlvlng Mnuni Keu off
Makenn according to n lepntt by tin
pirser. Tho steamer Mlknlmla was al
Lnhalna whllo tho Manila Ket met the
Clnlidinc at Kannapall.
SUGAR AWAITING shipment or
Hawaii, aecoidlng to n lepofT brought
here by Purser Phillips of tho Maims
Kca, Includes 2500 sacks Ookaln, -ttS?
sacks Piinaluu und 1-3G sacks Hnnu
THE STEAMER Kuulunl waB re
ported ut Puauhuu by Puiscr French
or tho Nllhnu, which has ui lived al
TllE DEFENDER was reported from
Hnnoipu by tho steamer M.iuna Kua
which nrrived nt tho port this morn
SUGAR ON KAUAI as repotted 1j
Purser Grube of tho steamer Klnau
Include tho following shipments: V.,
2000 bugs; K. S. M., 1160 bigs.
Additional Waterfront Notes Page 3.
Buford from Honolulu for, San Fran
Cisco, Oct. C.
Dlx, at Manila.
Logan, silled from Manila for San
Francisco, Oct. IS.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila
Sheridan, from Manila, for Seattle,' ar
rived, Sept. 15.
Malls aro due at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Por Siberia,, Oct. 22.
Vjiicouvor Per Mamma, Nov. 13.
Colonies Pet Makura, Nov, ,9.
Malls will dop.irt for the following
points ns follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda, Oct. 20.
Yokolinnin Per Tenyo Muru, today or
Yuiicouvcr Per Mnkura, Nov. 9.
Colonies Pet Mnrama, Nov, 13.
Per T K. K. S. 8. Tenyo Muru, for
Jnpnn and China ports. Oct. 18 C A.
Graham, Dr. Kntsukl J. Asal, 2 chll
dien Mis Mark, Mlftses Carroll Mrs.
J. B. Cook, M. J. Mori, wlfo and 2 chil
dren, Mis. H. I) Newell, M. Newell, 1
MIsh R Bates, Miss Oltvo S, Iiojt, C.
Slmr. Mlkahnln, fiom Moloknl,
mid Utnal ports, .1:2") a. m.
Stmr. Klnau, from Kami orts,
aimr. l.tkellke, frnin Hawaii
4: IS u. 111.
Stinr. Nllhnu, from Kauai ports,
T. IC. IC. Ton jo Maui, from
Francisco; pass, mall; a. in.
T. K. K. Tcnyo Mnru for Japan pori
and Hongkong; pass nnd mnlln.
Stmr. Noeau, for Kauai iortn, fi p. 1
V. K. IC. Teno Mnru. for tho Orient
pass, und mall; 10 n, 111.
Slmr. Matina Ken, for Maul and II
wull ports; pass, malls and gen, enrg
Stmr. Mlkrhafa, for Molokal, Mm
and l.niml ports, S p 111.
Stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports; pi
and gen, cargo, fi p 111.
" I). 8 S, Alamo-ila, for San Franclsc
pass., mall and gen. cargo, 10 a 111
Stmr. W. O. Hl, from Knual po
Per T. K. K. Si 8 Tenjo Mnru fr
Sun Francisco. Oct. IS. For Yoko, 1
ma: Ilnron M. Arukawn, Mnrg
Hinoks, Airs. Morgin flinoks, Mil
Frances Books Fred Brooks, Baron
t'lijlniiita, Baroness Y. KiiJIniuru. j
Goldman. Commander C. Honda, M. 1
Joslju, Mi's. M. Kliuurj, T. Kraen j
Piluco Kunl, Princcst Kutil, Col. J
Kuiltn,.Mrs. II. E. Manvvarlng, K. l
knhania. Madumo Nagis i!(l, U. N01 1
I. O. Piet-eotl, Corwln S. Shank. Bar.
K. Takedi. U. Yann:?!ju, Mrs. U.
: uglyn. Infant and mntil. For Kob
J. B. UoKS, Mrj. J. 11. Ross. F
Shanghai: Mru. .M. L. Dexter, J, 1
G lines, MYs. J. D. Gaines, Mlss't.1
Shnriie. lor IIonhrnnK. Dr. L I1
Andrews, MrK. Mary M. Arnold, Di V
C. Boatty, Mrt. W. K. Bcatty and Ii,
fant. Mantur F. ,A. Beitty, Mastei 1
ll. Btnttv, W. E. Bouschor, W. IloJ
Dr. P. Bruschoftl. Miss E. M. BucV
Uqv. C. U. Callunder. Mr. C. 11. Ca1
e.ider, Mliif Eelma Callender, Mnstcj
Pel sing Callender, A. Dovalo, Clal
"lire Grmge, Jchsi F. Grien, Miss NiB
lie S. Hand. P. II. Hill. Mrs. P. II III!
Major I. O. Hutchinson, J E. lonn
IMvv. Keeiio. W. W. Kcndill. J. ;
fiinfill1nl Mica 11 Mmuit, 11 f fi M,
.. " ' :. " - r:"
uoy, sirs. j. u. Ri;oy nnd maid, J
J. Orange. O. II. Pa-ldlsun. W. Pa
ker, Rudolph Poracci, W. Regennli
Chas, Ile nobis. Geo, N. Rcjnold:
Chas. E. RIcliardEon. Mis. Chus I
Illehardfcoii. Mr. 1). W. Shiffcr W. 1
Sherfcseo. Mrs. C. F. Smith, Mrs. V,
M. Sporburg. Mrs. II. L. Starley. Ml
Lucy M. Sterling, Mrs. Y. L. Sterbr.il
Miss EJIth C. Svvett. Mrs M. J. T11
ner. L. K. Walsh, Mrs L K. Walsl
Itov. II. White Mri.. II. White, Mis
Kilzaoctli Wlilto. Itov. Wm. O. Yntii
Per Btmr. Klnau, from Kauai port
Oct. 17. II. G. Baldwin and wife, Mrfl
J. K. Gandall, L. Seghorn, W.
Schocnlng, XIr. Coburn, F. Gay at
wlfo, M. O. PaBchonl. Hov. Y. C KliJ
Cnitnln Krebs, Mr. Hannah, T. Oil
Dr. B. F. Sandovv and wlfo, A. Wei
P. R. Isenbcrg. Mrs Fioltas, H. Rilcll
elt anil 73 dock.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from MolOnJ
Maul and Iinal ports, Oct. 17. Ja
Robinson, J. Goldstein, A. C. Alcxar
tr, F. O .Boyor, Goo Lip, T. H. Bead!
Mrs. Harry Apua and child, D. T. Fu
away, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Inman, Mrs. I1
C. Sadlci, W. E. Wal, M. S. Hanuini
Mrs. Hnmmnn, Mrs. Chas. Dudolt, 1
A. Swift, Mies Kckipa
Per C.-A. S. 8. Aoranal, for Ci
oules, Oct, 10 Dr. Frederic Bell, Mr!
M i.f.itt ii-u 1. ir irii.i.,1..-.. 1 1
... .Hr,...., v. ... ... .-.....v.i o. ,,. ,,
Cuter, Mrp. F. A, Hirtman, A. t
Vnlanger, C. Buclin, IT. Bucha, Jllss
Picico, Miss A. Maxwell, F, D. Unfl
lev. Robt. B. Webb, John Cciuiorf.
Phoebe. . It
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