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' EVENING ntJLttSTm, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY, OCT. 23, lDftJ.
All vlslllng members ot th
Order are iordlnlly lnvlta-1 to
attend meetings o( locnl 1-jds.es
H&ilMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meets wr Monday evening at
1.80 la I. O. 0 I' Ilnll, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary
1. D. W1CKC, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P.
Meet ever; first and third Frl
ay evning ut 7:30 In K. ot 1'. Hall,
terner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
trotheri cordially Invited to attend.
r. i.. nugent. e. c
n. qoslinq. k. n. a.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, &. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, It. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Streot, near Tort, every Friday even
Idg. Visiting Brothers aro cordlall)
invited to attend,
E. A. OOUT1IITT, E. R.
H. U. EAST ON, F.cc'y.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, E. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
, rJESDAY evenlnga of each month at
f.SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornet
Utrtiiunla and Tart streets.
Willing Eagles are Invited to at
nrt, W. M. McCOT, W., Preat,
R. T. MOORE. Becy.
pSTm. U'KIIJLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
elects every ind and 4tb Saturday
.ienlg at 7:30 o'clock In K." of 1'.
Hall, cV Tort and Ueretanla. Viilt
tns; brothers cordially Invited to at
P. M. McGRCW, C. C.
K. A. JACODSEN, K. R. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. H.
Meets every Qrst and third ThurB
3 ay a ot each month nt Knights ot
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially InMted to attend.
0 L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
12. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAM
; TELEPHONE 1331
'ThelFinest Bathing on the Beach,"
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
kXUNOHE S and D II I N X I
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
t Jack Scully. Tack Robert!
Herald Pure Rve and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
iu.i-ivj uinu ox.
PHONE 10 V, 0 P.0i 7M
g 'North Pole
Bee: on Tap
Come nnd learn pirticulars at
. - .
ITOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
w, -iicrctania at., .upp. oaens-.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Fundi
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnlih.
Ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderatc rates. Center of theatre
f erring allover city. Omnibus meets
nil trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.l
Anapuni St.. G"0xl23...l,?s6.0O
Don't be the Dog
In the manger to your
self. Kinau St., near
Piikoi. Sis rooms and . ,,
and bath; easy terms. $2,800,00
Cor. of Pcnsacola and
Kir.au: 3 houses and
lot 150x200, only.... 12,800.00
Believe it? A lot in
Puunui, 75x150: near
Wyllic and Leliha . .
A cottage on Kuahini St.
6 rooms and bath; lot
00x140; your own
King near Fiikoi. Six
room bungalow, bath,
pas, electricity; lot
60x120; cost $3,500.
Terms right; only....
Makai of King St. Five
rooms; lot 50x100;
easy terms 1,000.00
Six-room cottage on Fort
near School 900.00
- Get Rich
By raising chickens in
Kaimuki. Five acres
near car line; city wa
ter; 2 acres in alfalfa,
fruit trees and small
cottage; terms to
83 Merchant St
Chas. R. Frarier
iftone 371. 1 . 122 King St
nsnufaetursd 'from pur dlttlllad wa
r. 0Mvsrtdvto any part of city by
UHl) ICE AND ELECTIIC CO.,
twalo. TaTephon &2B.
Delivered, to residences
and offices at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lota
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Mtrchant St
the ONLY tablet drink., Makoiao
tured by 'the1. H ' t
Arctic Soda Water Works-
CONTRACTOR and BUILDEB.i
PLUMBING and PAINTING. .
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kin St.: P. 0. Box 914
Bicycle, shop and general repairing
work. .'Specialty in nickle, silver
and' gold plated work. , 1
KINO, 0PP. ALAPAI ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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H . " - M
a Tho Want rjolumn ofra news- a
a paper til a convenient 'form oi'tt
tt yacng,your wanta bcforenoUvn
a lands of readers. 'If jou havo'a U
a want' toll n u 1 1 o 1 1 n roa'dcri a
a about it and have tho want sup- a
a piled. H 'costs but one "cent n a
a word. a
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Call and see Mike Patun at tho. En
core, s '
F. 8. Lyman, of Itllo. is In Hono
lulu on business and measure hnL
"Sonny" Cilnha, the well known mu
sician. Is now engaged at the a.Ucty,
Robert JHnJ, thojKohala plantation
matiagertfa's an'arrlval bj tho steam
cr !imina Ken today. ,
Sirs. W. T, Lucas wlil not bo nl homo
lb friends on Thursdays on lug to 111
riess In the family.
D. S.'Bowtnan.hcalth ofneer nt llllo
was 'among tho passengers arriving by
the Mauna Kea this morning.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable.'
You wilt bo surorlsed M Its coollnc
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agftnts. '
Judge Robinson this niornlnc crant
cd 'a divorce to Mrs. Ida Nalolo from
Charles Nalolc on tho grounds of do
rertlon and non-support.
Lots for sale In the Kanahulti Dls
trlct; 'price from cent per square
foot up, by E. Colt Hobron, 2d Door
love building, Fort street.
Gorman Lutheran Church Fclmy.
!:46, Sonhtagschulc. 11, Gottrh Dlcust;
Prcgldtrelhc uebor die offenbnrung
GottoB In der Natur. No. C: Von Kwl-
The two boxers, Sarconl and Terry,
who are to put up the preliminary con
test noxl Saturday night, have agree I
to box at 110 pounds.
District Maglstrato L. A. Andrews
of llllo was u visitor at Police Court
this morning, and there, held an lin
promptti reception In which sovcral
legal friends participated.
Manuel Sllvn. by falling from n
Rapid Transit car on Alau.il street last
evening met with severe bruises about
tho head and body, no m taken to
Queens Hospital for treatment.
A Japancso laborer was killed at
Nino Miles, Olaa, Hawaii, last Sunda
Ho was ralslnp a watr tmk hcn It
fell on hfm 'and In.lictcil ruch Injuries
that ho died noon tiltrrwaids.
The caso of Lcong Blip, charged with
having employed an Iron bar to en
force a point in an argument that he
was having with another Chinese, will
havo an opportunity of telling: his side
of tho trouble before I'ollco Court on
Kushjno, who was convicted by n
Jury In Judgo De Roll's court on n
charge of Illegal Imprisonment, was
not sentenced this morning, tho tlmo
set. 'A continuance- was granted to
Tuesday morning, when Fushlno will
learn his fato,
Twa Japanese wives were granted
divorces by Circuit Judge RoblnBon
this morning Tashlno YonMrta so
cured a decree from Scnichl Yoshlda
on a charge of cruelly and K. Yokm.i
sakl secured a decrco on the chargo of
in the matter ot tho citato of An
tone J. Lopez, deceased, on reserved
questions, was this day placed on the.'
Supremo Court calendar, aiso tho caso
of Chlng Tarn Sheo, Jxecutrlx v. Or
iental Llfo Insuronco Co ,'ot al.,' on an-'
peal from Circuit Judge, rtrst Circuit!
Royal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
191. , The only garage in town
where yon can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha-
liewa, Leilehua trips a specialty.
Automobile repairing: a .specialty.
Special attention given to the mak
ing of gears and.au (parts. of auto
mobiles. George S. Wells. Manager.
HA M M ON D-L ANCASTE R
Harry Lake, detective for 'the Coun
ty Attorney, received on urgent call
to tho homo ot Mrs. Eva Hammond
Lancaster out Wnlklkl way this after
noon, It being alleged that tho lady
had been brutally assaulted by a num
ber of negroes.
Investigation proved that In the "wa
hlno squabble," the nerroes had come
out second best They came, down
town and, sworo out a .warrant far tho
arrest of Mrs., Hammond-Lancaster, up
on charge of assault and battery. 8ho
gave bond for4hcr appearonco at Po
lice uoun monuny morning.
A MONO VlIB departures from tho
port today was thej American ship
Falls of Clyde . ThUuvesscl jias Just
completed the dlscharg ot a sriipmo'nt
o( crudo oil to tho Ac'soylated Oil Conii
pany. The, vessel sailed this mornln'g'
destined for davlola.
FIFTEENjjUNDRBb and fifty miles
out fFom ifonoluiu, tho Pacific Mall
steamship Korea was rcportod through
hor wireless last evening. The Korea
Is expected to arrlvo at Honolulu from
San 'Francisco' on Tuesday mbmlrig.
THE STEAMER Nocdu wbb an ar
rival from Hanalel this morning. Tho
vossel brougM n shipment of C33 saeka
of rice, '449 sackB of tmddy, 4B sacks
of 1 bran "and 19 nackages of sundries.
Tho sfoainor piicrloficcd fljio weather
both going anaroturning 10 iionoiuui.
,., Bulletin Basiness Offioe Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial ttoom rnone ma
S t o r
City Transfer Co. . a
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Situation In Manchuria
Of International Interest
ST. PETERSIU'RG, Oct. 22. The situation In Manchuria In respect
lo tho rival claims nf Russln and Jnp'an, as cll as tho clnllns of the
Chinese government for sovereignty, nctual as well as normal, has now
become tn matter for International notlco nnd diplomacy. Today It was
reported In official circles here that the Russia ngovcrnment hnd been
addressed In ft Joint note from the Powets.
This would seem to Indlcato that tho action of tho Russian govern
ment In Manchurjn, In disputing th c right nf tho Chinese government to
enter Into an arrangement with Jnp nn regarding tho latter's rights In
respect to the Antung-Mukdcn rnllr ond concession, Is not meeting wth
the Approval of the other Interested nations.
'The protest from America, Intimated In the speeches of Chnrlcs R.
Crnnc before his resignation was asked for, Is not applied to tho An-tung-Mukden
railroad concession, however, but to the concession to Ja
pan In regard to the Tuknmcn railroad, to which Great llrltaln hnd
originally objected. The America n objection may or may not be In
cluded In th'e alleged Joint note.
Tho Antung-Mukdcn concession carries with It certain mining
rights for the Japanese claimed by Russia to bo n violation ot tho
Portsmouth treaty nnd by other nat Ions oa n violation of tho open door
Nothing offlclal, from any sou rce, has been given out regarding
the alleged Joint note.
TAMMANY LEADER DEAD.
YORK, Oct. 22. Patrick
Tammany leader of New York City, is deid of nppendlcltls, nftcr a short
Illness. Por 5 ears McCnrren hnd plncd a piomlncnt part In llrookljn
politics, and had been nn acknowledged lender nnd power In the politics
ot Grcntcr New, York. Ho wns born In East Cnmhrldgc, Mass., and
moved to llrookljn when about eight cnrs of age. Ho vvns a uiembcr
of tho nsjcmbly for three terms nnd senator since 189.1.
CALCUTTA, Indln, Oct. 22, T odny n sovcro carthqu.iko brought
death and destruction throughout th 0 Quctta district of llclttchlstan, sev
eral villages being destroyed nnd the natives terrified. So far ns known
the dead number 13G, whllo ICO scr
brought Into th (temporary hospitals
Wood and Coal' 'Phone 588
G. W. MeDougail, Prop.v
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Ring up Levy's for groceries. Phono
Tho ChAs. R. Frailer Co, aro adver
New tailor mado waists from tl.25
at Whitney & Marsh's.
Read Drown & Lyon Co.'s ad In this
Issue and note tho splendid chanco jou
havo of possessing a library.
Tho "Arnold" knit diaper Is tho best
thing for baby ever manufactured; fits
lha form? In lnf.ynon.lvn Ann Ithtars
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( A line dress kshorf for.geutlcmcn Is
shown in th'e ad of Manufacturers'
Shoe Co on flrBt pago. Call at tho
store and look it over. It Is full of
merit. '' I'
( 8acbs',nry Goods Co. h"ao"migiiotlo
special bargains for Mmday, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Sej ulvcitlscmcnl
In this Issuo ahd makn yuur plans ac
Standard "gas engines, tho best In
tho world, aro sold by Honolulu Iron
works uo, ir'0". aro in tno marxet
for an cnglno I don't 'fall to lco tho
If It'lsn't an Eastman Is Isn't a Ko
dak. Honolulu Phdto Bllp'ply Co. car
ries a fu'l lino of Eastman's goods, In
cluding Kodaks alii Kodak films ot
ovory slzo. ,
Cravcnotto. raincoats fioni 0 CO up
at hltncy & Marsh's.
A particularly line quality of nhta
stovo wood now roady for-dcllvory by
Union-Pacific Trarisfer Co.' AUo nno
liahd picked stove coal. Phono 58.
Prompt, dollvery. Lowest prices.
Tlie tmst company Is tho best, saf
est and hioBt economical trustee, as It
Is it porpetual body, dlroctod by a nunv
ber of successful men, and ,tho bust
ncss is transacted by those skilled In
their respective departments.
Call at Miss Power's millinery par
lors jioxt week and sco tho beautiful
Aew.stj los In picture hats. Thcso hats
aro tho very latcBt nnd in tho bost of
tnsto. They aro very stylish and tho
shapes are dainty and becoming. ,ul
TT TT nllQIia VV.
a g &
II. McCirrcn, the Democratic nnd
HAVOC IN INDIA.
lously Injured persons havo been
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
A photographic reproduction of
Amor lean Ccmmciclal School views Is
given In toda)'s paper. Tho tjpcvvrlter
used 111 uu commercial scnuois nun
(ollcgcs Is thp Remington, on account
of Its durability nnd simplicity.
Tho first largo assortment nf gift
books for tho holidays Just nnlvcd for
A. II. Arlclgh & Co. nild has been
iqicncd. Tho books include a great v.i
ilcty from standard works at 23c and
3.1c nil tho vvny up to fancy books for
several dollars each.
New post cards! Aula Park, St. An
drew's Cathedral, sticot sccnci. 200
subjects, Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Co, Yoiing building, Illshop street,
noxt cablo ufllco. Pongon silks, Chin
ese drawn work, fans, Inskuts, mats,
apas. Largest ilcnlrrs In tlja Pacific.
Whitney & Marsli's a 1 In, this Issuo
Id of cpcclal Interest to the ladles.
ThoKajh clothing Co. will bo rloscd
Monday and Tucs'doj In order to make
reductions for a remnrknbln,cli"iranro
sn 10 which win ucgin vvo'inoiiay
mornlns nt 8:30. This sal eh III bo
greater, granderjind moro far roich
Ing than any ovejit now bctoro tho pub
lic. White River flour Ib mado from tho
best wheat grown In ih'o Nortliwost. It
vvllltmako moro bread, npd better
broad, ho matter how Indifferent tho
cook Is 'to haklbg, than miy Other flour
on tho mnrknj, It la tho best f.odr
sold in Honolulu. Lewis & Co., Ltd,
and C. J, Day nro among tho grocorj
v.llo sell It.
Tho Cook and Poary cdntrnvors)
still holds tho Interest of many nntlons
but "Cook discovered Hawnll," You
will dlscovor that after nil McInorn's
PI100 Store Is tho best placo to pur
th.iso )our lliocs, Today's ndvcrtlse
nient tells of two swell uptodalo
ladles' Ehnos. It' Is worth your tlmo
to look this advertisement Up.
THE SCHOONER IiOllEALIS Is ro-
ported to havo Balled fiom llllo on
Thursday aflor having dlschatgod hor
shipment of lumber. Tho visbel will
proceed to Grays Harbor.
THE T. K. K. Nlppln Maru, which
sailed from Honolulu October 1G for
San Francisco, Is roportcd to havo ar
rived at the Pacific Coast port ester
day. .,. ,.
G2 So. King St,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, October 22.
JDATTLn Salic I Oct. 21:
8. S. Pleiades, for lltnululii.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrive J Oct, 22.
S. 8. Nippon Maru, 9 a. m., hence
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Oct. 22:
8, 8. Mongolia, hence Oct. 11.
IHAYS UAHHOIt Arrived Oct. 22:
Schr. Amcrlcnna, from llllo Oct. 4.
fKINOIPU Balled Oct. 21:
Schr. Muriel, for San Francisco.
WATERFRONT NOTES j
THE UNITED STATES cruiser
Charleston, 0110 of the vessels on the
Aslntlc station, linn but n fcv weekr.
ago returned to Cavltc, Plilllpplno is
lands from n crulso along llio China
coast bearing tho cruiser nqtiidron
gunnery trophy according lo a report
which tins reached Honolulu. The tro
phy was won by tho Charleston from
tho Alb.uo, which formerly had held
It, This trophy Is n bronzo tablet three
feet long and two feet wide depleting
a six-Inch gun crew In nctlon In bns
relief. It Is Indeed n handsomo tropin
nnd signifies that f nil tho cruisers
not of tho armored clacs tho Charles
ton stands first In target practice. Ad
nilral Harbor, with a few niproprlate
remarks In which he praised nvcry of
ficer nnd man on tho Charleston for
each having dono his share to win the
trophy, turned It over to iho command
cf of tho cruiser, Commander John II
MANILA CIGARS must be brought
to all United States ports In one hot
lorn If Ihvy nro Intcndc 1 to enmo under
tho existing free trado regulations, As
n result of tho vlolitlon of this stlpu
Intlon, nbout eighty thousand Philip
plno smokes will furnish n port Ion of
tho enrgo Hint will be taken by the Pa
clflc Mnll steamer Korea In Hie O-'n'
on next Tuesday. Tho Pnno frco
trade bill spccllles that tobacco snip
ments to ho U. 8. Intended to romo In
to tho countrv free of duty must not bo
trnnsshlpred nt n foreign port. The
shipment of cigars now being returned
camo by tho way of Hongkong where
they woro transferred from ono of th
Manila Hongkong liners to tho trans
Pacific Blenn.eri, henco the violation
of tho letter of tho new law.
THE nniTlSH cruiser Horn which
participated In tho release of tho Unit
nil Rtnlrft nrmv trnnsimrt Lucin from
lior mislllon en n mill bank In the .liar.
Imr um,,.. ninnllw in In i-eiinrte 1 till". - Howman J. T. LnwR
havo licuii due to arrive at Manila tho
10th nf this month. Tho cruiser Flora
haB had nulla n cruise during tho past
fow months, having been to tho Ha
waiian Islands and on to tho Mexican
coiiBt, finally rounding up nt Romeo.
Tho Ilora has In en ncconipaliltd by
tho crulsi r Cambrian on tho greater
part of her Journcjs nnd Unit ship was
with her nt Honolulu a short tlmo ago
when tho U, S. A. T. I.ogan run on to
tho reef In tho harbor nnd hnd such a
dinicult tlmo In getting off. Tho two
British cruisers Immediately went to
the assistance of tho Amcrlenn trans
port and by their hep she was flnall)
drawn o!t the coral.
THE FltniOHT LIST of tho Inter
Island steamer Mauna Ixia, which has
arrived from Konu and Knu ports on
Hawaii, Included 4S00 sucks of II, A
C. nnd 22&S rnclts nf II. Sugar. In nil
dltlon. tho visel brought 1011 sacks
of coffee, HO sicks ot beans, 51 sae'tta
of tnro, 14 packages of flth 20 caici
cf preserves 24 crates of fruit, fit
hunches of bananas, r,3 crate i of
plants, aft head of cntlo nnd 170 pack
uges of sundries.
THE TITST nuda of two light btnjs
nt tho Naval Station h ivo proved lilsh
ly satisfactory to the authorities nnd
It Is the Intention to placo ono of thorn
near tho entrance to tho channel v.hlb
tho other will bo stationed In piolm
Ity to tho bell buoy,
rilUIT AND SUNDRIES was 111
tho shipment of freight brought to the
port thin morning by tho Inter lalnu I
ttenmer Iwalanl, Tho slenn'T Nlllnii
vvns icportcd nt Honok la nnd the Maul
nt Pnnullo b Purcei Stone.
THE INTER ISLAND titcnmor Kami
was roported ot llllo, tho Kalulanl at
Pnpaokou, iho Mnul at P.ipinloa and
the Mlkahnla ut Lnhnlmi by tho Mau
"a Kea, which has arrived nero front
Hawaii and Muul ports,
PUltSKH PHILLIPS of tho stediikr
Mnuna Kea, arriving at tho port this
morning, reports Iho following sugar
on Hawaii. Ooknln, 5000; Punnluu,
1122, Houolpu, S19 sucks, This sugar
MAIL INTENDED for tho malnlnnd
will bo tnken by tho American-Hawaiian
steamer Nebraskan, which Is sched
uled to sail at 5 o'clock this ovcnlng
tor San Fraucleco via Kahulul nnd
THE AMERICAN schooner Espada
which has completed tho dlschaigo of
n hhlpmont of lumber, was dispatched
for iv rohiii vojago to Giujs Harbor
itisi ovciiiiiK. iiio vessel suiieu in um
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin EditorbJ Boom Phone 185.
j ARRIVED 1
Sattirda), October 23.
Stmr. Noeau, from Hn.ti.v1cl; 2 pisj.,
Stmr. Alauna Koi( from Hawnll n:il
Mnul ports; pass, nndgon. cargo.
Stmr. Ivvnlnnl, from' Honokna, Ku
kulhnclc; gen. cargo.
Stmr. Mauim Ke.i, from Hawaii nnd
Mnul ports; pass, mall and gen cargo,
I DEPARTED I
Frldny. October 22.
Stmr. Clnudlno for Maul and Ha
waii H)its; pass, and gen. cargo, 3
Saturday, October 21.
Am sp. Falls of CI) do, for Gnvlota,
A.-II. 8. 8. Nobraskan. for San Fran-
cIfco, via Kahulul nnd llllo, S p. m.
Stmr, Klnnu, Gregory, from Kauai
ports, a. m.
Stmr. Mlkihala, Tullctt, from Molo
knl and Mnul ports, tt, m.
t SAIL MONDAY f
-r. . -" : : r r
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, for Koolau
ports, a. 111.
Stmr. Nncnuc, for Knpan, Kllauca,
llanalel, G p. m.
Stmr. Mlkuhala, for Moloknl, Maul
and Lnnnl ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Kinau, fur Kauai ports; pass
nml gen, cargo, S p. 111.
Stmr. Mnuni Kea, for Maul and Ha
waii lorls; jns and gen. cargo, noon.
P. M. 8. 8. Korea for Hongkong via
Japan ports; pass nnd mill, p. 111.
Stmr, Mnuna Un, for Maul and Ha
waii lorts; pass, and gen .cargo, noon.
P. M. 8. 8. Korct, fiom 8nn, Fran
cisco, n. m.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, from Hawnll
and Maul pnils, Oct. 23 Miss lllnuch
nrd, Misses Hard (3), Mrs. IJ J. John
ton. J. W. Ambiosc Miss K. Whiting,
Miss M, McGiilio. N. C. Taylor. Mrs. E.
Duclinnnn, Miss F, Tarn, W. O. Dean,
Miss A. Cooke, Peter l-cc, Geo. F,
C.intley, Miss Newh.nven, Miss E. Per-
k'n? A.-Wllllanipon i
L. A. An
drews, T. A. Jlrogna, W. McCulI, Mrs.
McCall, C. V. King W. S Terry. T.
Ognwa, Mrs. Swamntn, Mrs. M. Santos,
Mrs. A. Drcli r Miss A. Cook, Miss II.
Pun. Peter Glhli, Mrs. Olbb K. 8. Io
nian. Miss Glbb E. E Paxtou. Mis.
I'.ixlon, I). Porter. C. Spencer, J. Wnl
ihliicr, N, S. Uollhclo N. Pnclieco, W.
Thompson, .Ins. Sak il, tt. H. Ili'iul,
Itobt. Hind, Jns. Wnkefield. MrB. Wnko-
field. Miss L. Ace. P. Clarke, Mrs.
Clarko and 2 children Mrs. R, Klhnl,
T. nell, II. Akona, W. Stokes. N. C.
Mndclros, W. G. McKenzlo. Ilobt. Hor
ner. J. Moj s. C. E. Wright. 8. W. Nn
w.ihl. Mrs. Nnwnhl. I), K. Wilson. J.
K. White. N. nissoth, Mrs. N. Iilinlna,
and 2 children. Jns, P. Ljnch, E. O.
Rom. T. C. Driver, Yeo Nal Boo, Miss
Davison. N. I). Young, M. Johnston, II.
Gilbert, Mrs. C. Hoopll, Miss K. Pant
anln, Mrs. Unso and (hllil, K. C, Kubo.
Per stmr. Mnuna Liu fiom Koni
and Knu ports .1. MacConnoll, J. G.
Rmlth, Mrs. 1. Gomez Illshop ties
lutlck. (1. .1, Rcckcr, Mis. .1. Lister. P.
Peck, It. Irwin, .1, farcy, .1, A. Ma;non,
Miss K. I,. Coniwcll.
Per stmr. Noeau, fron Iluinlcl. a.
ilurbdid, 2 deck.
Per stmr. Kinau, for K-iiinl polls,
Oct. 2G.Mrs. Uito, Mra. S. II. Dover
111. Mrs. Itaday.
Per stiiir Mauna Uia for Koni mil
Kau poits, Oct. 20.-W, II. I.j lino. Mrs.
II. M. Wells.
Mnlls nro duo nt Honolulu from
points ns follows:
Pan Franclrco Per Korea, Or!, 21.
Yokohama Per China, Oct, :to,
Vancouver Per Mntami, Nbv. 13,
Colonics Per Mnkura, Nov. 9.
Malls will depart for tho following
I points as follows:
YOKonnma rcr Korea, Oct. 20.
San Francisco Per China, Oct. 30.
Vancomer Por Mnkura, Nov. 9.
Colonics Pet Marama, Nov, 13.
Iluford, at San Francslco,
Dlx, at Manila.
Logan, sailed from Manila for San
Francisco, Oct. 15.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, fiom Manila for San Fran--
Cisco, arrived, Sept, 15.
SIXTEEN PIECES of Biignr mill
shafting nnd sovtinl laigo wheels at
lived at tho port b tho Inter Island
itoHinor Kuauhou, Tho vosbcI io
turnoil fiom a peelal trip to Knllua.
ACCORDING TO cablo roport the
American Hawaiian chartered steamer
l'loailqs, with a larKogenpra caigo
for Honolulu and o"thcr"rrawallan ports,
sailed from Seattlo on Thursday.
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