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All visiting member or la
Order ar cordially Invited to
ttloml meeting of local lodse
UAUMOHY. LODGE, No. 0, 1. 0. 0. J,
Mtr.U overy Monday evening l
f:30 la I. O. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
. H. It. HENDRY, Sectctary.
r. u. wicke. N. u.
All visiting brothers vir cordlullj
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, X. of J?
ilcotii evory first anil third I'M
ay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
wrnor Tort and Beretanln. Vhlttot
"irothnrs cordially Invited to attend
v. i.. nuui:nt, ci. c.
It. GOSLING. K. H. 0.
HONOLULU LODGE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo Ko. 010, D. 1 O.
Elks, inceta In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
Ins. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. CtUASTON, Scc'y.
50H0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKO
rIESDAY civculngs of each month at
f:80 o'clock In R. of P. Hall, cornsr
Beretanln and Fort streets.
Visiting Eafjles ar Invited U at
oil W. M., McCOTi W., Prest
U. T. MOORE. Secy.
17m. U'KINLEY LODGE Ko.O, K.otP.
Meets every ind and 4th Saturday
'.Toning at 7l30 o'clock In K. of r.
Uall, cor. Fort and Borotanla. .Visit
ing brothers cordlnlly Invited to at
Und F. M. McGREW, C. C.
13. A. JACOBSEN, K. R. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. It
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. VIsltlnc'hrothora cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOR SALE 'AT1 AIL BAHI
'The Finest Bathing on the Beack."
Meals At All Honn.
wnres. Lmuons. AND CIQABI,
W. C. BEItGIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES end DBIHKJ
The most popuiar
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
7ack Scully, Jack Robert.
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
10M03 inno sr.
PHONE 140 .V 0. E0X 7M
Ec?r on Tap
Come and learn Darticulars at
T0WNSEND UNDEBTAKINO CO,
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jult oppuilU Hotel St. Francis
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up'
Steel and brick structure, furnish:,
lugs cott $200,000.. High class hotel
ot moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retaildlitrict. On carllneitraai
ferrlnealloverclty. Omnibus meett
nil train i and steamers. Send for
booklet with hiap of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart jiow recognized at
Hawaiian Island headquarers. Cable
address. 'Trawets." ABC Code.
Anapuni, n:ar Wilder: 9
rooms nnd bathVelee;
trie lights. ' -Lot 90x .. ..
125 .. $5,250.00
It !s So Easy
To owii your own home.
Kackfcld St., 'mear
Prospect: 0 rooms and
lath. Easy terms... 2,760.00
Why Pay More
Rent? A pretty bunKa
low; Kaimuki, near
Convent; 5 rooms and
Lath. Lot 503230... 2,800.00
Near riikoi; bungalow;
Six rooms and bath,
fras, electricity. Lot
60x120, only 2,800.00
Pile Up Money
By buying a home on
Kinau St. Six rooms
and bath; modern;
easy terms 2,780.00
Let a chance like this go.
Kapiolani St., near
Snencer. Eisrht rooms
and LattiS Lot 75x125.
Your own terms .... 3,750.00
Puunni ave, near Wyllie
Every Man Knows
That nayinp; rent makes
landlords rich. Kua
kina St., near Liliha.
Six, rooms and bath.
Lot 60x140 1,600.00
Near School. Six rooms.
Your own terms
Twelfth Ave., Kaimuki.
Six rooms; three bed
rooms; furnished. ..$45 per mo.
Five rooms; furnished:
near Convent, Sixth
Ave $30 pe'r mo'.
83 Merchant Si.
THE . ...
Chas. R. Frazier
TOUR ADVERTI8KBJ'J, '
I'hono 371. 122 King 81
ninufietured n?.fnPu'a dlttlllad wa
ter. . Oellvarad ,t? ny'Prt of olty by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTIIC CO.,
ewalo. Tslsphorla S2S.
Delivered to. residenoea
and offices at 25o pet
hundred in ,10-lb, Ub
'if more.', ..
W, O. BARNHART,
US MarehaM ftt
Tl 36. .
ONLY table drink.
. t '
I tared bv the
j Arctic Soda .Water IVprRs
LOCAL AND GENERAL
it a a k a u a tfa a a a irk ir-
W( U. t ' , A
tt The Want Column ot a netos- a
It patr la a convenient form of tr
a niacins: your, wants before thou-a
a, sands, of readers. It you-have, a, JC
a want tell II ill let In readers tt
a about It and have th6 want sup- tt
tt tilled. It cost but one conl a H
il word. tt'
" Call aSeh!il Patohat the Erl-I
core. Mi'- . t i
rtxlt was stated ontho Btrect this noon
that George WIIcoxj had lven an nddi
ttorinl $S000tO'Ue Y..M.C. A. bulla-
Ins; fund., u . ,' )
N''QiiU a number of the miests of
' the Yurteiand Moana hotels left by.
inc oiauna ivea neuay iot lino, to
roiito b tbo volciho-. i t-
i iMt fursala In thel Kanahdlu Dli
trlct; price from H ct!nt iier - iVtafi'
foot Up, by B. Colt Ifdbrori, 2d nrfot-,
Love building, Fort atrcet. ,
a Mr. and, Mrs. 1a. K. Walsh aro reg
Utered it the Young hole). Jdr. Walsh
Is connected with the PMIflc;Steel and
Hunlwaro C6. of Bart Franclseo. ,
Two tlal hdfunks were gathered Ip
by local police yesterday evening and
hssosstMljithS. regulation. (three dollari
jtnd..cdRts tin PollcttlCoUrt this morn-
Ling, m ) , .,.. i,,
if k dozen Japaneso gamblers were
urralKneil at this morning's svslon ol
Police Courlj 'Slx;ol' the ullegc;! of;
tenders y. crc nni'u. louneca unnnrr
nnd court, -costs., iThe case ngalnat
uit! other si tpiemuersrof imo partj
wnsH nolle'' prosse'd.
A BiH'dal venire for Federal Grand
Jurors, was issued .today, the namci
drawn .being aeorgu lUtfnor, 1). How
urn micacucK, junu tduijr,,rrai v
Booth, -Oeorgi .K; pru&B. ,M., I. Kohln
son,, Arthur;' Mason and'F.' W Macklri
Articles of Incorporation jiave been
filed for the American ijleani laundry
which plana to do huslnoss In Hono
lulu. Tlio .new corjioratlon proposed
to purchase' from' the' First Nationa'
Battle of WiUlukit the machinery o'.
tbo Maul Stcani laundry Company
l.td. "Tli 6 now laundry will bo located
al Park Lane and Liliha street.
Au 'order has been Issued by Sur
J. 11. Raymond, captain of tht
First Hospital, Company of tho Na
tlonal Guard of Hawaii, calling tor r
prompt return pf all ,-quarlermaster
onllnanco or nitsilcal pfubcrty, now In
the posscstloii -of oit:i;,ted men tie
longing to the organization. Tho prop
erty In question kliould be turned ovei
o Sergt,- EVlgar 8. Barty at the bunga-
I fct s - y
Oottago,- or rooms- near- ear-.
wanted. ' .
The crest brotherhood of smokcri
who. appreciate ,a smoothing and. modi
tatlvq cigar,, and one Uiat satisfies per
lectiy, win nnd tneir ideal in mo owl
Decorate your WHllswlth "Decor,
ntoV', the sanitary kalsbmlhc. It niakot
a dnrablo and. beautiful; finish-, ,-Sole
by. Lowers .ftCodke, I.td Callfoi
color' card. , i ' ,
.Kee.Lox carbon' piper and Kce Lo.'
typewriter rlbbons'.are'Uio.best lit thr
market. s Ribbons o( aiL, colors 'for a'
)tlnds.of typewriters. Hawaiian-Newl
Cow., agents. i ,
Mattresses and steel lounges modr
by tho .Crescent Feather .Coy aro sole"
at: prices, that win istbnlsh ,yoti... b
Honolulu Wlr'o Bed Co'.J fcorti'er. King
and Alakca streets. .
Jrf, Honolulu's beauty than any othei
onettninr.ii irut me ining tnai. raaset
me lawns a ricn green- is "torco-
erowth.". Sold In 606 and $l.2S,bagh
by E. o. Hail 8onLW,( ; , .
; Children! should early bo taught tht
necessity of s&vlng, Let them t see a
balance to tholr .credit In the Bankpj
Hawaii's Saving Department. ' You
can, open an. account for-them, -
Freight, hauling: The best; quickest
and cheapest servlco byjlonolulu Con
structlon & Draylng Co,-. .Phone, 281.
Have you tried their new traction. civ
glne for heaTy hauling or plowing? , , '
Honolulu men. and women whp'havt
sent, their faded i clothe to tha, French
Laundry. 258 Beretanla Ptrtit. to be
dyed by the F.Thomas; Dyeing Work'
of Ban Franclscou are mo.'' thin'
pioasea,viin tne result. ;
"Ho'rhart's AutoUoblle Educator" it
a book -ihat .otighnto be In thojharidr
ot every automobile owner, orieratdi
or Intending purchaser, - Contains . a
wealth of practical Ideas. $2 at -A. B
Arlolsh'e Co., Hobs' jffeet.
I tl ! -m'm i '
HR8T Ad"c6M'p:AJ4YvWILL MEET,
ifr! J. if. liiymondr In command of
the First Hospital Company of the
Hawaii' National Guard, has called a
meeting of all members, of, th&tiorgail.
lzaitonat tho .Bungalow on-Thnrsday
evonlng, October 21, a,t .7:30. ,
TUB OOHANIO Steamship Company
liner Alameda; salting for Ban Fran
Cisco tomorrow morning1, will tako a
large shipment ot canned pines for the
mainland. The vessel Is now at the
Railway wharf, whor'a the' conalu'
mnts of'ca'fgidri bafng'takeu aboard.
The Alauadr Is 'scheduled to depart,
'tor thjcCdasV'kt'JO 6'clock.
City Transfer Co,
Jus. H. Love
Mt I'lliMI iTil
JohQ 11. Wt,
lil ASS" J .. frt
- hilli For In aii
SAN FIlANCIsdd, Oct. IS. Jdhn O. Wnlloy, who was candidate for
President of the'Hnlte'd-filntca on the Prohibition tlrltot In 1U0 and la
now superintendent at Honolulu of the Anil-Saloon League, arrived
liertoday on the liner" Korea. )
Ue.has tuirte to the mainlnnd to attend and address a number of
temperrtneo ronteutlons nu'd (Will bo In Washington for the opening of
,Thc object of lil's visit to the na tlonal capital, hn said tpday, In to
press iorr the passage of a bill making the Territory of HnWnll n prohHit-
Hon district. He paid a tribute to the good bchnvior while nt Honolulu
of the. men of the Pacific leot. Except for thoSunday on w)ilch the
breviers. broke tlio. law and sold Jack beer by tho wholesale , thorn ,was
hardly n-ente nf Intoxication among the men or the Meet.',. The; breiv-
ers ,he said, who uni'blanied for Jack's fall on lhn memorable Huudiiy,
nroliably will be Indicted.
. , l i assii i i
U. 8. ''HEGOtlATING
ST. PETEU31H1RO, Oct.
fovernmeiit mid, the United Stals Htsc.''deartnicnt nulliorllleu arc m,w
.lending, looking toward the free co'cesS df Ahferlcah Jewa to nunstd".
Heretofore Jews resident In America have had great dlttlrulfy In oMnln
,ng passports enabling them til travel within the confines of the JtUKKlaii
.'fnplro, Hie antagonism .of the Itinalan ornclals townnls Jews being ex
'ended to the reprcscrit'tiUv'cs ofth'nt race oiitaltie of' as' well as within
tht'emplre.' t i
The. American government Is. endeavoring to tiocuro for American
lews the. satin- free right of travel in Russia. u Is grnnletl Aniet leans
;if other rnclal stocks.
BEGULAR ABMY OFFICERS FLY IN WRIGHT'S AEROPLANE. '
COLLKdK PARK, Md., Oct. lS.LIcut. Lahnt, II. S. A., who made a
record for himself as a balloonist by winning., the' Internationa) race
starting In France Inst year, hits demonstrated his further' skill its an
aviator. Today,. In company with Lieut Htfiuphrey, U. S. A., he made n
-light In the aeroplane purchased by tho government, from tlio Wright
llrotlieis, the start, ifllght and descent bclnr? made without accident.
The two army mon -demonstrated that the Wright machine can bo ban
ned by others than experts.
.The, tesl was made to demonstrate the, utility of the Wright ma
chine In the hands of regular arm y men. The outcome Is regafticd as
Wood-and Coal Phone 588
0. W. MiDoUpdl, Prop;
ACCORDING TO advice's received
.'rom the, Orient, Sliolotr. Sllverstonc,
igent for the' Pacific Mall company at
ilo'flgk'one;. has tendered hia,rcslgna
,ion, to. take effect at tho epd'of the
.ear. Prior toiltfa appointment ,to the
ilongKong. aKency.bmpi'Hiono wss sec
otary or .tho Occidental .and Oriental
Steamship company. Ther.Hongkong
igency is themqst Important branch
jf tho Pacific Mairin tho Far East.
;3llverstono jias nut been tiltoset'licr
'lannv In h s Asiatic billet, allhouan
ijo.held down theloh for a number of
vears. 4jo .wenioui wun mo inien
'.ion of converting Hongkong to Amer
ican c business methods and for his
pains and- a' few pthcr little, tfilngs
wnu hnrreil frofn ntembcrshlh In. ilio
ilongkong Club, wjjlcli Is tho center
;f roclal nnilb'uRlnoBs activity Itiithb
British colony,- Sllvcrstpn.e.was re
garded here as a Eoo'd s'tcamshlpman,
buiho waB.nolVdiplonval, and In tho
far, East1 diplomacy is moro a uusi
neSs necessity' than hustle'. Silver
sibne's'sue'ectsbrhas hot bebn namod,
bilt'dovordl llkHtnlng' rods havo been
srecled since the', now, camo ot his
decision to milti Chronicle. , t ,
SHAREHOLDRRS OF the Toyo
Klseri "Kftlsha are reported by Jup
snese;pap'era oa. bavlngheld an In
teresting .meeting .on., September 28
In the NllionbBBbU.Club, Toklo, .8.
Asano tjccupylngmthej. chair. The
chairman Baldrhe regretted that the
.!)uslnass.of'thecompany.-for tho first
'ialf of. this year showed m Joss, of
Y;lB2,2cr,' Fortunately.- the , com
pany posaesaed a reeervej of YMBE,
i790 forsthe .purpose of repairing
steamers,-)' Deducting from this re
servetthe sumiof-Y; m.7.70 spfnt In
repairing liners' during the, period
under' ret lew, there .remained a bal
ance of Y.118,020.. iThla balance Is
to. be deducted from the loss account
of Y.'i92f200,so .that there, remains
r.M,?4u as a-ioss-ior iuo perign-uu
der review. To this must bo added
another loss; of Y,80;7Q8. sustain
ed by tho company during the sec
ond half of'Iast year', making a total
of Y.883.90. v,
rf tA"i 'T HI
QEORp.R.flREEN. a member.ot tho
' , No Burs.
i i. ,
Negotiations between tho Russian
t . '
hVand Transfer. . "
- Excavatiiijr and Pilling.
'Vineyard St., Ewa o! Nunann Stream
crov'otjhe ntcamcr'Aliimcila, indnls'cd
In an ultercatlon which led to a flghl
with Peter Componl nnd William Irv
ing on tho morning of October 7, nt
Pacific ami Sansome streets. Comixin!
Is, alleged to havo drawn n rasor and
advanced oil Gre'en, writ) fought back
lu defehse and wa scut. Irving was at
tracted to .the Eccnoanrt was stabbed
on the nrniln trying Ljjsopanito tho
men. Howas later 'taken .to tbo Har
bor Emergency Hospital for treat-
rncnt, and Green caused the arrcatof
Componl on a. charge ot assault.
Cliionlcle. , ,at
A W-ARNINO to mariners
against 'submarine mines near Vl'adl
voatock was publiulicd In the, Lon
don Gazette on. Sept. 25, though the
Russo-Japanese war ended pearly
(our years -ago. The Gazette says:
"In view of the possibility of en
countering mines which "havo not
yet been removed and still consti
tute a danger to navigation,, vessels
bound tool from Vlallvont,ock should
us-therenstein entrance, to. the
Eastern llospliorits. A good lookout
should' bo 'kept for floating objqets,
all of which. should be given a wide
WHAT IS destined to bo the first
shipment, of Philippine sugar to
leave tho Philippine; Island, for free
entry Intb the .United States lias
left lloilo on tfie, steamship Ltsmore.
A. cargo of .0,000 tons, pf sugar' was
tlio'extciit of tlio first shipment, and
tpe Lls'more sails from Ildllo for New
York ' wltli' It. It Is reported on, the
Lloilo sugar excriango that two other
foreign, vessels are expected there lo
tako the other shipments to New
o . Bar
. TODAY'S ARRIVALS Included tho
inter-Island, steamer W. G. Hall, from
KaiutL, ports. Tho liner brought, ,12
passongbrs atid her freight,'llst Includ
ed 80. sacks ofttaroand 43 packagps of
supdrlesv One automobile, was )m ar
rival by tho ve'ssei', I i -
THJ3 SHIP Fajls of Clydo left Gavl
otaj ls-xe)ortcd as .eighteen dayB.out
from tho.flll port. SbO;i;brlnglrig fuel
pr, tne associated, Oil, Company star-
62 So, King St,
Tuesday,'' betober 1'd.
POUT LUDLOW Sailed 0. 18:
eutir. Kunn, for Hniioln'lu
aitAY'S HAItllOR Saltril Oct. J8!
Schr. M. E. Foster, for Honolulu.
MHJWAY ISLANlV-ArrTveji Oc(. 13
4Uchr. FlaureilceWordlipiKo Oct. .
MEMORANDA British ,C, ,0. CUuwn
i or fjallcla, frmn Ijuget Soiuid, for
Australia, passed tlio", port M A p. in.
yesterdnyi ".i well.",-
h '-, : 'v. .. ' '
Tlll4 AMKRICAN-HaVVAhAN com.
pany steamshlo Nerasan, fijnm
l.'ncet Sound mirtH.- wits an nrrlval. at
Honolulu Ihln morning.. Tr)t vessel
iirmirH- n Vht-e'n L'i'rteral caruo for Ha
waiian Importers. Tho vessel Is c
peeted will be given n' prompt dispatch
ami will proceqd to Knhulut and. llllo
at each port.the vessel tnktng on sugar
destined for San Francisco.
THE AMERICAN hark Andrew
Welch Is thtrtcii ilnys out from Sat.
FranclEco, bjiagtng a general, cargp. to
thojaguncy nf Cnstlo & .Cotilip. Tht
American baiTt .Olympla, nnotlmr YFS
se,,frofn San Francisco, Is now out
twelve ,laysV Tim Qlynipla .cornea , to
II. Hackfeld,& Co.
JIMMIIS" LOO AX, tho newly ap
pointed purser for'tiio steamer Kinau
will not assume his "(Ilea until tht.
frst of Hip niontli, Tho Kinau is
scheilulc'd io sail iorvKaual ports at r.
u-'clock this evening, taking rcvera,
passengers for the Garden Isle.
THE BRITISH SHIP Hhcrslile, from
Lelth with a caro of fertilizer, wnt
ono huntlred and forty-throe ilaya to
day. The ship nnd her freight ciiniei
consigned to tho Hawaiian Fertilize!
,A GENERAL CARGO of European
mcichandlso Is coming to Honolulu I';,
tho German bark. II. Hnckfeld, whlclt
vcsscK sailed from' Rotterdam forty
nlno days ngo.
THE FREIGHT list of tho sloamo;
Maul, scheduled to depart for l'aau
hau, Laupahnehoc, Papaalna, and Ku
kalau at 5 o'clock this cu-nlng, Is a
varied one. ,
THE INTER-ISLAND steam .v Matt
sailing for Hawaii ports this after
noon, will tako three large mill rollers
which .arc intended for llttkalaii.
DESTINED FOR Kawalhau and Mu
hukona, tho kteamcr Ko Au Hon wa
distiatchvd at noon today .taking r.
general cargo for theso ports. .
AMONG THE departures today wll'
be that of tbo steamer Nllhau, whirh
Is scheduled to sail for Honokaa at t
o'clock this evening.
STILL IN FLOWER
Christian Was Upheld in His Action
I in,, Defense,.. of Womankind
Lawyer Harrison Failed to
Bring Assajlant, to Book.
in . ' I '
Tho ago of chlvafiylias not passed.
Mllncr Harrison, a tegtil light of
Honolulu who failed to bring tmu John
Harrison to book up on a cliargo of
asiault and, battery can now mdrt
nbly apprcclato tlio full forco of the
,.kI,awycf Harrison filed charges
against. Christian In which ho claimed
that ho was slapped, aqross tha face
by Christian, as thu, Intler waa leaving
a Hpte atrcet placo of itmusenicnt. In
company with a ,lady acquaintance.
Thq matter of .personal .difference bo-
tweon .Harrison ,nnd Christian was
plred before, Judge Andrado nt this
mornings session of Pollcp Court,
Judge, Andrado . discharged Chris
tian. It was found that tho assault
uiion tho .lawyers" features by, the
Christian Art was sutliclcntly pro
Christian railed forth a number of
wlthes'se'u to the-aasntllt. All tleciaro'd
that Harrison had been paying offens
ive attention to a woman -patron and
Bhe -was 'finally obliged to appeal to
Christian for relief from tho pcrsccti
Hot) by,tho,aniaraus'T, Mllnor,
, The ,woman, who figured, in tlio iw
fcoHcltod,. attentions ..front tlio lawyer
,yus presont and .culled, to tho stahd
8io claimed that .Harrison had tier
aisled In followliig.lici- about the place
ot nmusenicnt iuil iiatlcnco qoaecti to
uo it virtue, quo increrorn pniimi
'Christian, to bcr aid.
Hho also claimed that Harrison had
continued, ills persecution, thai ho had
followed her after the assault by
christian and even last evening the
lawyer had endoavored tu force his at
tentions upon her.
Harrison took tho stand In his own
bciialf uiid practically cijtrcd d gen
cral denial to. all evldcnco offered by
Thero was a fervent npYoal for tho
protection of womanliood from Attor
ney .Leon Strauss, who represented
ChrlBtlnu. Strauss fairly shattered the
bare' walls uf tho old court room In
Ms ringing' declaration, that chivalry
was not a dciul Issue,. Ho called loud
ly for tho acquittal of his client.
Christian .therefore left tho court
room, as would .a conquering hero. Tho
d.ofcnso of womankind hatj been vindicated.
A. II. Etinr. Ncbrnskan,(from pn8C
Sound ports! gen. cargo, a.-ni.
Tuesdny, Qctobcr 19,
Ktinr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai ports;
12 pass.j gen. cargo.
DEPARTED jj., ,
C'T'tfesilav. Octntmi- m
"VK. K T'cnyoJInrn, fofj" Japan nn.l
tnina ons;. pasHjnnu man; ina. m,
. Stmf.nMauna Kcu, for faul'and Ha
wail ports, nt noon. ,
iJtmr. Ke Aii Hon, for Kawa'liiac nn-l
Mahukona, it noon . (v .
t Stnir. Mlkiholh', fo'r Mplpkal, Man!
titi.l 1 nnnl rntta R ti m r'
Ull( IMIIill I'WI IHf WJI, 111!
Stinr. Kinau, for Kanat ports; p.1(!,
and gcu. cargo, S p. m.
Stnir. Maul, for Paauhatl, Papaalna
ana uawnn ports; u p. in. .
Stnir. Nllhau, for Hnnokaa, frelRlit
5 p., in. i
O. S. S. Alameda, for San. Francisco-
pass., iii.iii unit Km. carKf, JO a. ni,
" " DUE TOMORROW
Stnir. W. G. Hall, from Knual iwuM
Stnir. W. O. Hall, for Knual pufigT
para nun Ken, carj;u, ti p. nt.
P. M. S. 8. Siberia, for San KranJ
t.isenj pass and gen. cargo, p, 1n
" P. M. S. 8. Siberia,' from Hongkong
unit -ni.ui iunu; imss nun malj, n. mj
titnir. uiatiiitno, noni Slau ports;
pass ami gen cargo, n. m.
f 8AIL FRIDAY '
.-tuir. uinuiiino ior Maul nnd a.l
xun imris; pasjand gen cargo, r. p. m.
j DUE FRIDAY,
Stinr. Manna Kca, fiom,' Kona iiihll
uaii ports; pass unn gen cargo, a, in.i
j DUE 8ATURDAY
oiiui. .iiiiuiiu ivua, irom iiawa nn.is
Jir.ul ports; pahs, mall and gen carsoj
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, ifrom Kauai
ports, uct. is. Mrs. W. Rice. MIssD
, i.. Wilcox, F. Crawford, I!. v
epiiz, uisnop ui)crt.
Per T. h. K. S. S. Tenyo Marit. furj
japan nnti unina portH,- Oct. 18. C. A.)
uranam, l)r. Katsukl, J. Asal, 2 clill-H
drcn, Mrs. MarkfMlsros. Carroll. Mn.l
J. B. Cook, M. J. Mori, wife, and 2 dill-P
drcn. .Mrs. H. B Newell, M. Nowell.i
Mips H. Bates, Miss Ollvo B Hoyt, C.8
rer stmr. Mauna Kca, for Maul andl
Hawaii, Oct, 19. Mrs. R.. Wilcox, Mrs.
B. Rice. Miss Parsons. C. H. Klengel
and. wife. Mrs. A. Lewis. Mrs. A. Oarl
ley,, Mrs. P. C. Jones, W. A. Dean. II.
. anus, miss K. WtiltneyUeo. Jloorc,
Misses Bard, Miss Blanchard, Mrs. J.
Monsnrrat, Mrs, C. A. Stoble, B. I)
Baldwin, IL Schuitz.
Per stmr. Kinau, for Kauai porls.-
C. F. Hcrrlck, Mrs. II. D. Wlshard.l
Miss wishaid, 8. Weber, Mrs. Wcbcr.l
n. j, uarvnuio.
f Per stmr. Mikahala, for Molokal.H
aiiuii ami i-anai. Mrs. M. Mulcli, W.B
Per O. S' 8:lAlameda. for San Fran I
Cisco, Oct. 20. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Ml
Lyons, Miss M. Coerpcr, Miss O. C
Fuller, mUb M. Rooney, Mrs. (1. lj
Coiigdon.. Mrs. A. McKehzlo. Mrs. Wl
J. Gardner, -Mrs. IxmUa Gardner. Mr
and Mrs. SH. Monk. Mr., and -Mrs?
Peicy. Hanlngan nnd son, Chas. C. Alii
bright anil vlfo,,E. W. Weavor, G. Jop
pas, A, W. Eames, Mr. and Mrs. CalC
low, .Misses Callow,, Air. and Mrs. flj
S. Donahue, J. y, Morse, May BartolsS
Blanche Mcrtcns, Paul.Diimld, Mrs. Ml
Lange, C. Harvey-Eldor.i Mr. and MrJ
Geo. Brlggs, H. Hugo.
lltiford, froni Honolulu for San Franl
Cisco Oct. 0.
Dtx,- nt Manila.
Logan, Bnllcd from Manila for Saii
Francisco, Oct. 15,
THomufl, from Honolulu for Manila!
Sheridan, from .Manila, for Seattle nrj
Malls aro due at Honolulu fron
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Siberia. Oct. 22.
Vancouver Por Marania, Nov. 13.
Colonies Per Mnkura. Nov. 0.
Malls will depart for trio followlns
points as follows:
San FranclBco Per Aamodn, Oct.
Vancouver Per Makiira, Nov. 9.
Colonics Per Marania, Nov. 13.
TllE INTER-ISLAND sleaaier MarJ
ni Kf -mt nwiv-from her wharf a
noon today, taking a large list of paij
tewgers dC-utlned for tho' various port
of call on Maul and. Hawaii. Tho Mm
na Kea carried among her passenger
a number of Intending '-visitors to tli
natural wonder of Hawaii, tho volcant
The freight list Included the regnln
' icrctauia St Vpp. baciu.
tlon amount of sundries,
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