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EYBNIMO BULLETIN, HONOLPLP.iT.TlVwKDNtSDAY.'OCT 27.9
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All visiting member of tit
Order art cordially Invited to
tttand meetlniis of local lodge
SARMONX LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets rry Monday evening at
1:30 la I. 0. 0. F HalL Tort Street.
E. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
I D. WICKE, N. O.
Alt visiting brother vsry vordUltj
CAM LODQE, No. 1, X. of P
Meets every first nod third frl
lay evunlug at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
terncr irort and Ucretanla. Visiting
brother cordially invited to attend.
F. J.. NUGENT, C. C.
It. G03LINO. K. n. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C16, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Etreet, nenr Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brother are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. B.
II. C. EASTON, Sco'y.
HONOLULU AEEIE KO, P. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock In II. of P. Hall, corner
Fcretanla and Fort etreeta.
VWUng Eagles art invited to
W. M. McCOY, W., Preat.
U. T MOORE. Secy.
VTra. U'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.od.
Meets every nd and 4tb Saturday
Toning at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
flail, cor Fort nnd Beretanla. Visiting-
brothers cordially Invited to at
Und F. M. McOUEW, C. G.
E. A. JACOBSEN, K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knight of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother cor
dlally invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
f Rainier Beer
v FOR SALE AT ALL BAM
" TELEPHONE 1331
,. WAIKIK1 INN
Tlhe Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At All Hour.
-WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIOABI.
W. 0. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LDNOHES and D BIN XI
' The mo:t popular
place in town.
. The Fashion Saloon
v- Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scally. 7ack Roberta
-Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTtehe & Co.,
ut 101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140 P 0. P.0X 755
f Beer on Tap
Come and learn particular at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKINa CO,
Berctanu St., 0pp. Sachr,
' PRIMO j
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juil oppoiltg lloul Si. Inula
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.,
Imp cost $200,000. High class hottl;
atmoderate rates. Centeroftheatref
and retail district. On car lines tratu- t
ictiiue nuuver ciij. uiiiiuiraiiaBitii
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco,!
Hotel Stewart now recognised a,
address, "Trawett." ABC Code.
I HOTEL STEWAWTJ
Anapuui St., 60x125. y $1,10.00
Don't be the Dog
In the manger to your
self. Kinau St., near
Fiikoi. Six rooms and
and bath; easy termv 18,90,00
Cor. of Pentacola and
Kinau; 3 homes and
lot 130x200, only.... 18,100.00
Believe it? A let la
Fuunui, 75x150; near
Wyllie and Lelih ..
A cottage on Knahini St
6 rooms and bath; lot
60x140; yonr own
terms ... 1,000.00
King near Piikoi.' Six
room bungalow, bath,
gas, electrioity; lot
60x120; cost $3,500.
Term right; only. . . , 2,800.00
Makai of King St. five
rooms; lot 00x100;
easy term l.MO.OO
Six-room cottage on Tort
near School 800.00
By raising chickept in
Kaimuki.' Five acre
near car line; city wa
ter; 2 acres in alfalfa,
fruit trees and small '
cottage ; terms ' to
suit '. 3,800.00
83 Merchant St.
Chas. R. . FraritjJ"
fOUR ABySBXulllJ ,
aoBe'371. . 1H Pat It'
nanufaetured from para dlstilted wa
sr. -Delivsrsd to any part or ony ay
ourtsou drvrs. 1 .
MHD ICE 1N ELECTIIP CO.!
walo.' " TelephentrMa.
Dalivered to zetUtkaii
' w. o. brnhArt,
133 Merchant (M.
ONLY table drink. MM
tared by, the ' K
Arctic Soda Water Works
CONTRACTOR and BDTXDEI.
PLUMBING amd PAIBTEfO.
Office: Honoluln Painting Co., Ml
Kim? St.: P. 0. Box 914
Bicycle shop ard general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, liifer
and pold plated work.
J5JNQ, ,PP. AlAFAIBT. ,
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mgt'.' .Jf.T JCuA AiiUfJSitVSfikiaULliU:A..V -,JLi.. riuii i. J . i
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Call aad IUk Patoa at the m-
' T. Ilettinl, A tourist from Italy, Is a
guest of tho city, bo having arrived
by Hit) stamer Korea.
Damlen Council No. 63, Y, M. I.,
will meet In Dreler Hall, Union street,
at 7 i 30 this evening.
There will be Inlliatlori In Honolulu.
Aerie No. 140, F. O. E.. In K. o( P.
Ilinl at 7:30 this evening.
A. R. Trnphagen, the well known
Cluclt collar, eilff and shirt' salesman,
In In town and planning a campaign.
Ho arrived Ly the Korea this morning.
I Mr. Jump Oodd I aerlouslr 111 at
tho resldencp of her brother, A. W.
Scabury, Llllhn street. IjPef condition
Is such that all Visitor havo to be re
A. J.jHolflng, a Son, Francisco
traveling salehman, Is making his
annual rounds or Honolulu trade, ho
having arrived here this morning by
the Pacific Mall Bteamer Korea. He
Is nt tbe.Alczander Young Hotel.
F. B. Klllfun, Who' Is rated high In
Insuranto 'circles of tho Pacific 'Coast,
Is n visitor (o Honolulu.; Mr. Klllam
will probably mike ' trip around the
lBlands before returning to the main
land, lid is a guest at tho Young
Tho twenty-fifth annual meeting of
thn WOmnn'it Chrlntlan -Temnernnco
Union Will be held Thursday, Oct. 2R
at 2:30 p. m. at thn rcsldcnca of the
:.re3lilent. Mrs. J. M. Whltnov, 1325
Punalioii slroet. All ladles arc cordial
ly Invited.1 '
Au luvcntory of the cstato or Car.
rlo Macks' Alexandra has bean fllod
in tho Circuit by V. M." Harrison. John
Marcaltino and Job Batcholor, apprais
ers. Tho estato constats of pioprU
at Kallhl valued at 1900 and money
in hahk T-S C5, and household funjl
turc valued at HBOo! J - '
'-Tho British uhlp luerni(o. with a
Shipment of fertiliser product con
signed, to tho Hawaiian Fertiliser Cmu-
pony, appeared pit tho port this afyor
noon... This vessel sailed from Icl(Ui.
Bcotland. one hundred and 6tty4ne
data ago. -Tbo vcusel I In command
of Captain Jvnklns. ' ,
Five Jnpaneso charged with na,v;
Ing been present at a place where
gambling was being carried on were
urrosted'by" IX-put)' Sheriff 'Rose and
his men thIA-itfttrnoon. The 'alleged
Infraction o hhe law Is said to hive
taken place In a house on Asylum
road. . ' j
Kay Jones, chief clerk at the Mo
ana, Hbtet, has rctuhicd (o his duties
after a pleasant' vacation of two
monttiB spent on the mainland, Mr.
Jones visited many western cities
and did much boosting for the Ha
waiian UtandB. Ho also paid a visit
to tho home of his patent at Den
ver while away,
A trio of Porto Rlcan gambler con
fronted Judge Andrade at Police Court
thl morning and though they put up
considerable; opposition to tho charge,
they, drew fines of Ave, dolars and
costs."' There were four member -of
the nartr but thfi case against one was
nolle prossed with the expectation 'that
ho would turn state's evidenco. ' In
this matter howevor ho;1 foolod tho
t f i if
SH0PP1N0 NEWS !
If all good pooplo will drink Primp)
Beer "moderately they will longer 're-
tain' the bloom of, )outh.upon tlielr
cheeks and 'preserve their bodily, vls;or.
Tho1 quality of 'the moats at the
Metropolitan - Market warrant hv
claim that they are bettor than con
bo obtainod elsewhere. .Ring tide
phone 48. ( ' :
'iCeei'yonr teeth white -by-using a
preparttlbh that will clfttn.them'of
tartar, aid keep the gums red , and
h.althy.' Benson,-Smith ft "Co:, Ljd.,
hare ev(frVthlng needful for tho pur
pose. ,i'r , ' , ' -(
People,, leaving these Island will
dad tho '.Travelers1 Cherjdes .of tho
American BaBkers' XnoclaUon a'groat
Bank; opUwall, ' JJtd., corier hi !Foi
ana Aiercnaxit street. ' . ,t.
In thet contlurl of bualnots.tho sav
'(; of. tlmo iffd important consldera
Hon.' fJlbfcrai tMeiof trie, wireless in
coinmilnlcmtln'g with yoOr"5 customers'
pit .tho pother (stands -effects1 a great
saving In time dud conug.uen tly' lb
money, j, , ) ,
Some, owners of horses give too lit,
tlo thought to. the Importance of 1ia.v,
(rrgthlf horsos properly shod, any
shMmpvfTectKirfn gatt.'and lameness
Is due tq Ignor.'ilco of the bhoer. The
W. VY, Vrlglit Co,, Ltd , einploy only
txferienced roirlcr. I
' Vjietl the Werjch Laundry, 268 per
ctanla street, 'secured ''the pency for
tne r, -rnornas ,uying worxs cj Ban
Francisco"' they placed at the disposal
of the people of these Inlands tho scr
vioee pt-oao o'Ho most'sclcptlflc dye
ing And' cleaning establlthmenU' In' the
T'a business of the InUrnaUonil
'dofrespondence Schools orf Bcfantoai
ra.. ror ini xemiory win oe conauct
ed'bya rpreacntat(ve from the home
nfflce after November 1st, at 981 rort
street, Honolulu. Si
.THE SCHOONTail Kamol la roport,.
eilbV tho Nllhau Mh.nY(hg sailed from
Napoopoo on October 24, her destina
tion being Knkulhaele,
N v., . ' - : ubk-
1. r ,lt f .Uiy,, r li
ww fc W M
Jsuk H. Love
CH t'l Sl
Per P. M, 8. 8. Korea, from San
FtoucIbco, Oct. 27. For Honolulu:
Chaunccy Abbott( Jr., Mrs. Chauncoy
Aoooii, jr.. ic.'u. Anucrsuii, j, . nur
tin, Mrs. J. F, Austin, Jose Bertlnes,
A. J Bolnnd', Rev. Fattier Boiib, V-, B.
Clark, K.'Oropp, Cg. V, I. Donny, Mrs.
F. I.. Denny, capt. K. ixtooi, r. a.
HaenfBch,"J. F ,C. ''Hagens, N. Haaj
kins, H, McK. Harrison, C. II. Hitch
cock, Mrs. C. II. Hitchcock, Dr. A. G.
Hodglns, Mrs. Heury Holmes. Mrs. J.
A. Hopper, Miss, M.JL. Hnppor, iAi
Howard and 2,svivants. R. W. Jones
F. B' Kfeltam. Thos. Kelly, J. A. Ken
nMyJ'Mfs'.' J. 'X. Kchnddy, I. F. McCor
riston, T. O'Dowda, Mrs T. O'Dowda,
Q. Y, Patten. P. W. Robinson. Mrs. M.
Rnth. Miss A. Roth. W. R. R)nn. Mrs.
Mottle BackwIU, Mrs. O. L .Svybolt,
Miss Bessie Beybolt. Mies Iluth Soy
bolt, Z. 8. Spalding, Mrs A. Tliompson,
A. R. Traphagen, Joshiu Tucker, Rov.
Father Verhavghe, L J Warren, Mrs.
J. warren, Miss Winifred warren
O. Watklns, Miss H Winter, MIbb
R. Yarrow, Alex. Young. Mrs. Alex
Young.) Miss Bertha Young. For Yo
Mls Isabel Ilao, Miss Victoria Uao
Miss Susie Llao; Mlfcs Ines Llao, Mas
ter Harry Uao. Mantcr Christovlipr
l.lao, Miss I,. VttiKlcr lJndon, Frank
Lindsay.. Mrs. Fiauk Lindsay, Miss
Ellen I-ogah, W. A. Uximla. Mrs. .
A. Loomls. J. N, Mockett. MIbb Geor
gia Moroland. G. 11 lVrklns. a. Pon
cln, Mrs. Q, Poncln George Robinson
Mrs, Georgo Robtinon, Julius Hotlm-
chlld, Mrs. Qeo. E. Wolf nnd servant.
Per Aru. Str. Andrew Welch from
San Francisco: Mrs. C. Ilroderlck
smdfamlly, Ted i'ulford, J. Welling
ton, 'Dr. L. HoHfiiHUortn. II. E.
Strong, Mrs. F. (1 Krnnas nnd fam
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai.
Mrs. Spencer. Ro. Olscn. Rev. Gullck.
Per stmr, Nllhoii from Honokna
J. D, Sllvn, Ant Fererla. C. Johnson.
THK PACIFIC MAIL stoatner Kcv
rea I takng' on one hundred and tncn-ty-nve.tpns
of.'oonl at this port lor
bunkers. ('The vessel has a Inrgo ship
ment of American cotton amounting to
nearly one thousand toiiB, hlch HI
oe ten ni Japanese ports .
" " ' (H
OinEF OFFICEll J. J, Ttudden of
the'Paclflc'MailsteaniPhlp Korea was
around groetlhg.ojd acquaintances In
ihlpplngsclrcles today. Rudden has
hoen off. on .a TacaUou and rejoined
the Paclnc Mall lltier at San FroncU
Co much Improved In health.
- a ' n
THE AMERICAN barkenUno Irm
gard, which left hero with a shipment
or sugar deHlnmi or 8an IYanclsco,
ib reporieu to navojnfrlu'd nt tho Cal
ifornia port yeaterday. Tlie IrmgaKl
made tbo p'aesago-ln soventoen day's.
THERE ARE two larco bollom nn
tho deck of thb stoimer Ukellko,
which sailed at II o'clock this morn
ing for Hawaii ports.1 Tho lxillcra are
Intended for tho Hllo Sugar Company
One man . is lame
vVtear crutches. This is practically the argument the
prohibition peoplemke inregardo the liquor ques
U'6n. Because two or three men use liquor to excess
prohibition would compel a ( hundred temperate men
toitfollow the rule of total abstinence. The fox that
lost his tail and tried to induce, his fellows to discard
theirs was mucH.more fair-minded than' this. He, at
least, used persii.asion ratier-'than force, for he argued
tliat.it was much moe comfortable to be without a
tail, .than with, one, - ,
,,rnalt is certainj so are ,tic tonic properties of hops;
and all authorities agree that the small amount pi
.alcpKplifound in beer.-.Tess than 3 per cent in PRIMO
PJEJlR is, mildly stimulating and beneficial.
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If all good people will drink beer they unU longer retain, the bloom
... of vonth nBon their cheeks and nressrre their Doililv'v'iaor.
J:' rty .
ri-" " n
The beer to
.v,"" -r- rmp.-'iw-'-'' '
.;.ju - - ,-nw .
THB ARRIVALS ut tho port to lay
Includnd tho ln?r Inland slcaintr Nil-
hau, fron Honokan. This M-'iel
brought n few vaSsongeri nnd a fn lulu
list Including an nntonuibllu tin I tour
package of sundries. On riuik n
shipment or 7fi head of calllu vhs
broutht from the Hawaii puit. Ni
rain wo reported by tbt- ship's Offi
cers at the tlmo of leaving and the
vesel met with northerly swells on
Hamakua and southerly bncses at
TEN TtlOlIHANTl rnnes nf oil hao
frrlved ror Honolulu by tbo American
barkctillng Andiew Welch, C. Brew
er & Co. will act as ngenls for tho
packet while In port.
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REAL' ESTATE THAN8ACTI0NS.
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Entered for Record Oct. 20, 1809,
from 10:30 a. m, to 4:30 p. m.
Ilawli. Trust Co. Ltd; to Gem
Theater .. ,........ '. Itel
Francisco Furtado to Hamakua
' Mill Co. ..!
C. Plumcn nnd wf. to Hamakua
Mill Co L
James Kuowles to Hniimltun
Mill Co L
Henry C. linpiil and wf. to Hank .
of 'Hawaii, Ltd M
John tl Estate, Ltd. to Ojhu Hall
way & I.nml Co L
A. S. Cleghorn to Rlchnid I vera... D
C. B, Reynolds nnd wf. to Juno
Mndgo Lewis to F. K. Thompson. PA
Entered for Record Oct. 27, 1809,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Solomon Mahclotm and wf to.Wul
nnne Co I)
Westein & llauu, lnest. Co. Ltd.
to Gcoige ? Waterboui-o U
NEW YORK, Oct. C. Klnlcy
Mack, the horse that won both the.
Ilioaklyn nnd Suburban uandlrnps
In Hi 00, has been sold lo a promi
nent huteeman In llucnos A)rts for
fj.l.r.OO, nccoidlng to a rablegrain rc
celcved here. Klnlcy Mnck and 118
tliorouUihredH were shipped abroad
to bo fold by Jamej II, Hnggln sev
eral months ago. About $100,000
was realized fro.n the sale.
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Wood and Coal Phoaa 588
6, W, MoDougall, Prop.
Tfyat there is much good in beer all thinking
le muit admit. The food value of the barley
.: r. t r. TC "
drirk in Havvaii is
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IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday. October 27.
SAN FIIANCISCO-'ArrlVoil Oct. 2fi:
8. S. Alnmi iln. 7 p. 111., henco Oct. 20.J
Illttne. IrniKurd, licncc Oct. .
GRAYS HARllOll Anlved Oct 2C:
Scbr. 0. W, Wntcon, from llntintun
ulu. YOKOHAJtA Sailed Oct. 27:
S. 8. Muncliiirlii, for Honolulu.
It li mort than probablo that when
Major WIuhIow returns from bis In
Flection trip to Hawaii Moloknl and
Maul on tho V. S. Lighthouse tender
Kuktil, that be will have some Import,
cut plans to suggest In tho building,
of novel nl new light station on ut
loist two of these lilnnd. It lins been
it subject of general discussion In gov
frnintnt circles of Into that at least
three now Btntlons crn necessary to,
make tho rervlce efficient.
Wlien Admiral Sebree was horo with
his fleet, be made a careful obeerva-
tliiu of tbo HghtlioMse rricllltlcB or the
Ulindn. nnd It In nn lerstood ho bad a
conference with Major WlnsKow an I
other ofllclnls In tegird to the matter
of Increasing the Btntlons. While,
nothing 'ofllclal Iq glen nut It is
known that Major Window Ib making
n Speclnl Imcitlgatlon of the subject
THE NAVY Depaitment Is cou
templattng extensive rcpalis lo tlie
cruisers Chattanooga, Cle eland,
GnUeston and Denver of the Third
Squadron, Pacific Fleet, now on tho
Chlnn coast, and will recommend
that Congress authorize for altera
tions expenditures In excess of the.
limn or 1200,000 which may lie
made without special authority. It
will not bo necessary, however, foi
tbo cut lie squadiuu to be withdrawn
from these waters nt onrc. It Is un
derstood that the Denver will return
within the next two or three months
nnd the Cleveland will follow Into In
tho )eir. Tho Chattanooga and
then tlie Galveston will be sent home
Barker Say, jou talk to me ns It
vou thought I vv.ih an Idiot.
Parker Pardon me, old hull, I'm
nlwajs giving in) self away.
Island Transfer. ' '
'" - ' ' ting and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
W. W. Atiana Co:,
62 So. King St.
therefore all his
Wednesdny, October 27.
Am. Iiktii. Andrew Welch, Kelly,
from San Franclscn; pass, and gun,
cm go. ' ,
I'. M, S, S. Korea, fiom San Fran
cIhcoj pnfB., gen. caigo, mall. -
Hlnir, Nllhau, from Honokna; passf
nnd gen. carM.
Stmr. W, G. Hall, from Kauai ports; '
pans, an dgui. cargo."
Hi, up ltlverelde, from Lvlth; gen.
P. M. S. 8. Korea, for Hongkong 'via
Japan ports; pass and mall, p, m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, for Mnkawcll.
Stmr W, G. Hall, for Kauai ixirts;
pass nnd goi. cargo.
M. N, S. 8. Hllonlnn, fiom San Fran
cisco, pass., gen cargo, no mall.
A.-H. S. S. Pletairus, from Seattle,
Stmr. Clnudlne, from Maul ports,
a. m. '
Stmr. Claudlne, for Maul nnd
wnll ports; pass nnd gen cargo.
P. M. S. S. China. Frlele, from Yjako
livnn, a. in. !
Stmr. Mauna Kea, from HlloCand
wny poiti, n. m, ,'
11 I. J, M. cruder Idzumn, froinSau
I'ranelteo, n. m.
P. M. sT S. China, frlele, fo! Ban
Ki.uiclsco, C p. m, .
Per P. M. S. 8. Korea, for Jatnn and
China ports, Oct. 27. P. 11. Bell, Miss
II Pott, Geo. Gerdes, Mis. acrdes, J.
Per stmr Claudlne, for Maul poits.
1. .1. Bell, Mrs. J. W. L. Marshall, Rev.
M. Q. Santas and wife, 3 children.
TRANSPORT SERVICE. t
iluford, nt Snn Frnncslco,
Dlx, due nt Honolulu Nov. 2.
Logan, sailed from Manila for Ban
Francisco, Oct. 16.
Thoma, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, from Manila, .for San Fran
cisco, arrived, Sept. 1fj. fU
Malls are due at
points a follows:
Yokohama Per China, Oct. 30,
Vancouvor Per Marouia, Nov, 13.
Colonies Per Makura, Nov, 9.
Malls will departfor the following
polntc as follows:
Sari FranclBCO Per China, Oct. 80.
Vancouver Per Mukura, Nov. 9.
Colonies Per Marama, Nov. 13.
Wednesday, October 27.
Temperatures C n. m , 70; 8 a. in.,
71; 10 a1, m, 70; noon, 79; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.9; absoluto
humidity, 8 a, m., 7.525 grains per
cubic foot; reltttlyo humidity, 8 a. m
S3 per cent; dow point, 8 a. m , 09.
Wind 0 n. m velocity 12. direction
B.; 8 a. m , velocity 10, direction 8. E-:
Q a. m., volocliy 15, direction 8. E.;
noon, velocity 9, direction S. E.' ,
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m, .19 Inch,
Total vlnd movement during 24
hours ended at noon. 192 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
ScctionaJlrector, U. S. Weather Bureau
WIRELESS MESSAGES from tho
Mutson Navigation steamer Hllonlan
ucolveil tlila inorulng through tho
local agency of Castle & OoOko an
tioanco that vcsBel as-50d miles from
Honolulu wllli evorjbody on board
woll and tho steamer making hr way,
through rough weather wjth sou',n
eH( winds and overcast skies. XIie
Hllonlnn Is expected to arrive hero
about B p. in. tomorrow,
'I HE STEAMER W. G. Hall, from
Kauul porta, was an arrival at tho
port tlila morning, bringing 11 pas
sciiKers and a cargo Including a quan
tity of acrap Iron, CTEacka of taro, 20
trntus of ciKoanuts. 55 biles of empty
bags, and 14 pickagea or siimliles.
Ilio vulsi'1 expertenood modbrnto
wnntlivr In tiosulug the Knuai chan
TWUNTY-ONIi DAYS from Hnn
Francisco wllli a largo general cargo
and sovir.il pasengor. tha Auierlcan
li.irki.ntlni) Androw Welch, Captain
Kelly commanding, has arrlvod at Ho
fiululii, TIiq yossol mado her nppeat
an,rp off tho port this morning and en.
lercd tho harbor shortly nfter tha uoon
hour, Tho veobol wns somowhnt ile
1 1 cd bv bid weather encountored m
tho barlttlitliio liearod tho Island i.
'Iho vessel brings cargo consigned
through tho agency or O. Brewer-ft Ci)
'Ilio Andiow Wolcli may lemaln l(i
port ror ten dajs pr two weeks betorei
i.-i,iiik inr u rinurn trip to tho Call
foril i coast ,
A CARLO lecelvcd at Iho local
agenej of tho Oceanic Steamship
Comp m announces tho arrival at Ban
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i vessel icahed 1ho Paclflo Coast port
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