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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H..THUn3DAV. OCT. it, 1509.
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All visiting membera ot Us
Order uro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodan
UAHMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.H
Meets over; Monday evening at
f3l) la 1. 0. 0. F Hall, Fort Street
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
F. D. W1CKE. N. O.
All visiting brother! wry cordlalli
OAIITJ IQDQE, No. 1, E. o!P
MeeU every first and third frl
Itr evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Kurt and Dcrctanla. Visiting
toothers curdialty Invited to attenit
r. r.. nuoent, a a
It. GOSLINO. K. R. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. 0.
Kits, meets in their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordlall;
Invited to attend. "
E. A. DOUTIHTT. E. R.
It. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. 1
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
f;30 o'clock in R. of P. Hall, cornti
ttarcfanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. M. McCOT, W., Preat
II. T. UOORE. Secy.
Km. M'lONLEY LODGE No.8, X.ofP,
Meets every nd and 4th Saturday
Tejilng at 7:30 o'clock in K. of 1'
Ball, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
Ins brothers cordially invited to at
tend F. M. McOnEW, C. C.
E. A. JACODSEK, K. R. 8
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mocts every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
L. A. PCnnv, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAM
i WAIK1K1 INN
-H. . felt ..-
I, Meals At All Hours.
. WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIQABJ.
W. C. 3ER0IN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINK!
The most ponuiar
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
TTnti Gt Mara Vn
J , WI w . ,
J act bcuuv. jbcx itoDeni
! PRIMO I
Herald Pure Rye and
Mhos. F. McTighe & Co.,
dfcm 101-105 CINQ ST.
pyraoNE w. v o. box 7m
Beer on Tap
'- Orpheum Saloon,
Como and learn 'particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Jeretania St., .Opp. Saehs.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jult oppoilte Hotel St. FmdcI
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class bote!
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
fcrringalloverclty. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet w Ith man of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, 'Trawets." ABC Code.
Anapuni St., 60x185. ..$1,710.00
Don't be the Dog
In the manger to your
self. Kinau St., near
Fiikoi. Six rooms and
and bath; easy terms. $0,800.00
Cor. of Fentacola and
Kinau: 3 houses and
lot 150x200, only.... 12,500.00
Believe it) A lot in
Puunui, 75x160; near
Wyllie and Lcliha ..
A cottage on Kuahini St.
6 rooms and bath; lot
60x140; your own
King near Fiikoi. Six
room bungalow, bath,
gas, electricity; lot
60x120; cost $3,500.
Terms right; only....
Makai of King St. Fire
rooms; lot ,50x100;
asy terms 1,800.00
Six-room cottage on Tort
near School 809.00
By raisins chickens in
Kaimnki. Five acres
near car line; city wa
ter: 2 acres in, alfalfa,
fruit trees ana small
cottage; terms to
suit ::.. 3,800.00
83 Merchant St.
Chas. R. Fraoer
j?hone 371. 182 King Bt
nanufaeturtd fromjur distilled war
r, Oellverad to "sny'psrt of eHy by
ourtaoua drivers. "
lArtU ICE AND ELECTIIC CO.,
awalo. j Talanhopa.lW.
and offlees at Ht.iwr
hundred in 104b. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Marohant St
Tel. 148. " l l
the ONLY table drink. )UaatM
tnred bytha j ., ,
Arctic Soda Water Works
PHONE BB7 U
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER."
PLUMBING ana PAINTING.
)fucs: Honolulu Fainting Co., 121
Kir St.: P. 0. Box 914
Bicycle shot) and general repairing
work. Snepialty in nickle, silyer
and gold plated work. ' ,
KING, OP?. ALAPAI ST. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
tt u up tt njt it a tt, tt tt tf uru
tt Aro the wnntfl of tho World, tl
tt Romo om Iiuh a horse, nn unto- tt
tt mobile, or 11 raro cuilo wlifili lie tt
tt wishes to Olsposo of, Ho places tt
tt a small ,ndertlsrmpnt In tho tt
tt ctntmltleil Bales colli inn of the tt
tt 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n and tho man who tt
tt wants tho article sees It bvcausn tt
tt ho has lokrnfcd by past expor tt
C Iciice thai, -tho Uost Uuys aro ttl- tt
tt wns"'founrt In classlfled columnH tt
tt of tho'llul'lPtln, Oho cent a tt
tt word will find ou a bitter If you tt
tt tells tho reartcrH of, tho II u ! tt
tt letln what jotrliavo to sell. tt
tt " ' s ' tt
Oo to the'Walklki Inn tor a swItuV
best bathing on the beach. No coral
and fine ratt for bathert.'
fir an easy-rldlng ear, Jerry
Ilooner's Packard. Telephone 609
King; and Bishop street.
Anything new In thesportlni llnet
Anything good In the liquor llnet Tou
can Bnd It at "The Two Jack."
If you want a good Job done, on aa
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
For the best automobile serrlco, ring
for, J, "A," Mcleod, eoven Bcated Thomas
Flyer. Telephone COS, Independent
Thos. F. McTlghe & Co. havo ono pf
tbq Jlnestassortmenta of table wines
and liquors In ,1110 city, Cull up Phone
140 and get a trial order.
Charles 'M. Graham,, asoclatc! with
r local weekly, has returned from a
business trip to llllo. Ho arrhod In
Iho Claitdlne this tuornlng.
Judge Robinson thin inornliiK Rlgned
an order nuthorlzlng tho tale of real
and personal property belonging to the
late Pedro August Dlas of Wnlpauu.
J. K. PUmantl has been licensed to
iracttco lii the Iilstrlct Courts of tho
Territory. Ho hag been District Mng-
Istrato at Klpahulu for tho past clgh
Thirty days Imprisonment was the
ncntoncc meted out this morning to
Naanao, a Hawaiian, who was found
Millty by a jury In Judgo De Dolt's
court of receiving stolen goods, the
charge against him being larceny In
tho second degree.
A beginning was mado this morning
Leforo Circuit Judge Whitney toward
the securing of a Jnr" for tho trial of
the 110,000 damage Rillt brought
against lahckfcld & Co. by James
Campbell, who was Injured by some
freight falling upon hlnr at tho wharf.
The caso la being prosecuted by Attor
reya Magoon and Qulnn. the corpora
tlon being represented by Attorney
Moot, & Chndon (white seal) cliam
pagno Is the wjue of quality. II. Hack
fold & Co., agents'.
Hoarding and Ihory, Ana driving and
caddlo horses for biilo or hiio. Club
Stables. Telephone 109.
Flno homo microscopes and com
plete equipments ,at ljqnolplu I'poto
Supply Co. Something Ihat-sliould be
In every home.
A fresh supply ot California fruits
end vegetables In Bcasqn will arrive
In tho llllonlan' today for Henry May
it Co . Ltd. Phone '22. "
Lacquerct Is the best finish yau can
uso at home for renewing tho beauty
of furniture and woodwork. Sofd by
Ylico! H. Bav'les & Co.' ' Jl ' '
There wM bo a groat clearing up
sale In the wash goods department of
Whitney & Marsh, Thirty cent value's
will be sold' for ten cents.
Advertisements for newspapers on
the other Islands may bo placed
through tho Chas. II .Frailer Com
pany, who prepare copy, attend to col
lections, etc. Phone 371.
do to Bishop Trust Co, Ltd., for In
vestments such as BtpckB and bonds,
real estate mortgages, etc. Money to
loan on listed collateral' securities or
productive rtai estate. 934 Uethel
, . "t. ...
Ookala Sugar Company has finished
cnno grinding for the seanon is the to-
port brouBhtvto this city by tho dteam
er Maul, which arrived this morning
With 4JS2 eacks. of O. S. P, sugar and
a shipment of sundries. Tho vyofk
wna completed oir last Saturday. A
shipment of about two,tl)ousand sacks
iter "departure for Honolulu' Hoavy
weather was experienced off Hamakun
on (an( Monday, w hip h was of sufficient
severity (o prevent mo loading or car
go Into the vessel. '
GETTING AT THE FACTS.
Miss Knox I hoar you are talk
ing of getting married again.
Miss Oldham Getting .marfled
seajn! Why, I'veiioer been war
Miss Knox Yes, f'know. I said
jou were talking of It again.
1 D0 GElVPD a
IhHins- ami BncessiBK ''
Tlowlnr ami BaaccssiBr
Woad and Coal Fhoa AM
ft. W. MaDouftOl, Prop.
IT 18 nCPOilTEl) that to of tho
cruisers of tho Pacific fleet now In
Asiatic wnjeis aro' to come homo dur
ing the winter" for repairs. Tho Den
ver will be drat to in rive, nnd her
place In Far Rasturn vvnvrs will be
taken by th Albany, to leave S.m
Francisco early fn December. Grad
ually tbo cruisers of tho Pacific fleet
row In the, Orient are to be brought
home for renal nt Mare' Island and
Bremerton navy ards, and their
places taken by vcsnels whose peilod
leal overhauling tins been finished.
A I.AItlli; powerthornier to be used
by Us German owners for trading
among tbo South Se.i Islanls wnj to
bo launched from tho urds of Stone
& Van llergen on October 10. The
vessel will bo furnished wllh n gano
llne engine of excel tlonal iiower anil
will bo tlfrlstened Neptune, ns succes
sor to n BChdonor of that nuine, which
was wrecked on one of tho Pacific Is
lands somo tlmo ago. Tho new vessel
wllhlu a few vvooks, wilt sail for the
Caroline Isauds with a full load of mer
ANOTIinil VIOLATION" of tho ordl
ranees prohibiting the damping of re
fuse from nil tanks Into the harbor
has taken place, lesulllng In the dis
figurement nnd befouling of several
smaller sailing craft which ride nt
anch near tho bout houses. The sur
face of tbo water wiih covered with a
nasty scum yesterdav and several
yr.cht owners are plurod at the ex
pense of cleaning and repainting their
THE ALASKAN, of Iho American
Hawaiian fleet. Is reiiorted through the
local agency as scheduled to sail from
San Francisco for Honolulu by tho
nay of Puget Sound on October 30th.
The Alaskan Is expected to leavo the
Miuud for tho Hawaiian Islands on or
about November Glh. Tho vessel will
bring n large general cargo for tho Is
lands. THE NEHKASKAN, of tbo Amer
ican-Hawaiian lino, is reported to have
called from llllo' for San Francisco
hist night. Tho Nebraskan Is bound
for tho California port with a largo
bhlpmcnt of sug.tr and pineapples. All
available pasenger accomniodittons
on tho Nebraskan was taken before
tho vessel sailed from the Hawaii port.
THItcn ADDITIONAL coal clinrtors
nro reported from Newcastle Accord
Ing to recent ndvlce3 tho British
freighter Mainour and the barkentlncs
Koko Head. Lahalna, John Palmer nn1
J. C. Meer have been placed on the
berth at Newcastle, N. 8. W.. to tako
en shipments of coal for various xrts
In the Hawalaln Islands.
THE-STKAM8HIP Pleiades, of tho
American-Haw nllan Line. Is expected
td show up here Sunday1 or Monday. Tim
vessel comes from Puget Sound ports
with general cargo. Tho vobbcI Is bev.j
en nays out today ami presumaiiiy
through stress of weather Is not mak -
IU IUU (P1UI1UB.
A SEVENTi:CN day trip from San
Francisco to llllo Is recorded bv the
American bnrk Annlo Johnson which
is reported to have arrived -at tho Ha
waii metropolis on Tuesday with a
general cargo. Tho vessel comes to
the agency of tho Mtitson Navigation
CAPTAIN F C, CLAPP, for the past
sixteen j ears mnstor of tho American
khlp Jubex Howes, has given up his
command and depnrtod fiom tho Sound
lor .Ban Fyaiiclsco. Ho is nearly sev
enty years of ago. and has decided to
give up the sea forovcr.
THE SHIPMENT of crudo oil' which
left Oavlotu nine days ago will bo tnk.
en, to Jahuliil according to latest ad
vices receded here. Tho KosccrniiB
und hor cargo como consigned to As
sociated Oil Company.
THE TOYO KISBN KAISIIA steam.
er Manshu Maru now being iperatod
on mu Dotiin American-Japan lino,
expected to call In here en routo
ffl - ne 152
- .Exoaratinr; and Filling
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
TODAYS AllKPj'ALS IncluJed tho
Inter-Island steamer Maul, fiopi Ha
wall and Maul ports, bringing no ii.it:
rengers but n rail Bblpment of O. K. P
nigar. Tho vessel arrived with 41."2
sacks of sugar," 120 bales or hides, 2
balcH of sheepskins, 2 packages of
minifies nnd n shlpniont of 75 head of
tattle nnd 25 c lives on deck. Fair
weather is repoitul along the Hama
ktia rtnst until aattirdny. when It In
came heavy sufilckntl to prevent tak
ing on sugar.
FIFTY PASSENGERS nrrlvel nt the
iiort Ibis iiioinlnir bv the Ftcjiuer
Claudlne from llnuall mid Mnul ports
In addition to one mill roller tho ves-
fi 1 brought CO curds of wood, 111 sncl'3
of corn, 19 bales of hides ttnd 102
packages of sundries. On dec!: theio
wits n tdilpiiunt of 31 hogs. Fine
wenlhor wbh uxperlencel on Iho out
ward nnd luvvnrd trip of the Clnudlno
TIICRK IS a luigo gentral cirgo
from New York by the way of San
rrunclsci and Puget Sound dcrtlned
to nrrlvp nt the port on Sunday after
peon or Minidii) morning by Iho Amer
ican Hawaiian chartered steamer Plel
lules. This viksuI Is expected to re
main at thu port until WoJiizsda)
evening when shu will bo dlspitchoi
for San I'i-jucIsco vt.i Ishiud ports. A
thlpmint of Migar nml c.iiiucd plncip1
pies awaits tho vtsict hcie.
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Chilli
with a general enrgo of Oilonlul met
chnndlse and pioduclH ttmoiiullng to
ebout thirlecn hundred Ions Ih due to
arrive at Honuluht on Saturday. 'Die
vessel will be given n prompt dispatch
through the ngency of H. liackfeld d
Co. and will havo cabin passenger nc
(ommodatlons fot twenty-five travel'
leni for Snn Francisco. The Chliri
tbkes only a small general cai go from
THD imiTISJI ship Riverside, one
bundled und flftj-ono dnB Ironi I.elth,
is discharging bet thlpmciit of fcrtil
Irer at the upper inlluay wharf. Cap
tain Jenkins rciiorts having hovered
rear ,tbo Hawaiian group for tcveral
tlajs before finding a favorable win
which would bilng him within raiw
of the tugs.
A OKAYS IIAUHOIl report nn
niunces tho arrival of Iho schooner O,
W. Wulson from Ilannmaulu on Tue3'
Jluford, at 8an Francslco.
Dlx, duo nt Honolulu Nor. 2.
Logan, sailed from Manila for San
Francisco, Oct, 15.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila
Sheridan, from Manila for San Tran
Cisco, hi rived, Sept. 15.
Malls urn due at
points aa follows:
Yokohama Per Chlnn. Oct. 30.
, Vancouver Per Marnraa, Nov. 13.
i Colonies Por Mnkura, Nov. 9.
Mails will depart for tho following
polnta as follows:
Ban Francisco Per China, Oct. 30.
Vancouver Per Maklirn, Nov, 9.
Colpnlos For Mamma, Nov, 13.
PEAR OF, BREAKS.
Fred "Mss llppson it nothing It
joe "Wlmt'H tho explanation?"
Fred ."I was engaged to her fur a
time, but when she dlsoovcied I was
,., Hl0 lllln(Matuly blolto lho CI,
Ituindiir- What Is our definition
of a vn iillon"
(I ooihvlu A vacation Is soino
thlng that enables n man to get
awny from homo for a Hem so lie
won't havo to llvo up to his reputa
tion, Ostend Pn, this liingiulno b.tjs
there are so many seatoned tluoltsts
What Is a teaxoned
to Pa Ono that Ins been well pep
j pered, my son,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 So. King St. ,. No Branches.
IN FOREIGN PORTfli ? ' ARRIVED t
Wednesday, Oetober 27.
SAN F1IANCIS5CO Arrived Oct. 20-
8 S. Alameda, 7 p. m hence Oil. 20.
Ilktne. Irmgard, hence Oct. a.
OHAYS HAltllOlt Arrived Oct 20:
Schr. (1 W. Wutcon, frtnti Il.tnaiiia
nits. YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. 27:
8. 8. .Maudlin la, fot Honolulu.
Saturday, October 23,
SAI.INA CRUZ Sailed Oct. 22:
8 .8. Abakan, for Sail Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 22:
8. 8. Elliot prise, fitu llllo,
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 22:
chr, J. II. llrtice, for Mnhukoua.
NAtlASAKI Sailed Oct. 21:
If. 8. A. T. Logan, for Honolulu.
H1I.0 Sailed Oct. 21:
Schr. lloroulls, for Ornv's Harbor.
Tuesday, October 28.
IIALLAIID Airlved Oct. 25:
Schr. W. 11. Smith, hence Oct. 1.
REDOMDO Anived Oct. 23:
Ilk. St. Kalherlne. from llllo Oct. 2
GRAYS HAHUOIl Sailed Oct 20:
Bcbr. Dauntless, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 20:
8. 8. Hyadcs, for Seattle.
Vlcnday, October 25, '
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 21:
Jnp. cruiser Idmma for Honolulu.
Delaware iiheakwateh At
lived Oct. 23:
Sp. Dlrlgo, hence. '
Friday, Octebsr 22.
SEATTLE Ballcl Ocl. 21:
8, 8. Plcltduj, for llcn.iliilii.
SN FRANCISCO Anived Oct. 22:
S. S. Nippon Miiru, 'J n. in., bene.
YOKOHAMA Arrlv id, Oct. 22:
8. 8. Mongolia, hence Ocl 11.
ORAYS tlARIIOll Arrive 1 Oct. 22:
Schr. Amcrlciiu. fiom llllo Oct. 4
I10NOIPIJ Sailed Oct 21:
Schr. .Muriel, for Gun Francisco.
Honolulu, October 21,
SAN FRANCISCO Oct. 20:
S S Koiea, huice for Honolulu thli
3 p. in , Is fog bound.
SAN FRANCISCO Silled Oct 21:
8. S. Koiea, G a nt., for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. 2":
8 S China, for Honolulu.
MEMORANDA S, tt 8lberla will sal!
for Snn Fianclsru tomortow (Frl
day) at 10 a. m. Mall closes 9 a. m
Wednesday, October 20,
OAVIOTA. Sailed Oct. 19:
Sp. M. Chllcott, for Honolulu.
8. S. Hosccrans, lor Ka.inap.ill.
POUT LUDLOW Sailed Oct. 19:
Schr. Robert I.owers, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 20.
8. 8. llyades, hence Oct. 9.
SAN FRANCISCO S tiled Oct. 20:
8. 8. llllonlan, 1 p. in., for Honolulu
8. 8. Korea, 2 p. m., for Honolulu.
MEMORANDA A four-ma3ler steam
ship passed tho port this mornlny
bhowltig no color,), suppoiuI to Ik
tho 8. S. Persia, from Mexico bouni
to the Orient.
Tuesday, Octobrr 10,
PORT LUDLOW Sailed Oct. 18:
Schr. Kona for Honopilii
GRAY'S lLUinOR Sailed Oct. IS.
Schr. M. E. Fester, foi Honolulu.
MIDWAY ISLAND Arrival Oct, 19
Schr. Flnurenco Ward, honco Oct. 4
MEMORANDA British C. C. Crowt
of G.ilicla, fiom PugU Sound foi
Australia, passed the port at 4 p. in
jesterduy. "All well."
Monday, October 18,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 17:
II. M. S. Bedford, hence Oct. 9.
OAVIOTA Arrived Oct. 17:
Sp. Marlon Chllcott, henco Oct. 2.
HONOIPU SnlleJ Oct. 9:
Schr. Defender, for Port Townscnd
Thursday, October 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct, 14:
S. S. llllonlan, henco Oct. 6.
MEMO In our ipport of 7th lust, we
rcpovti'd schr. W. II. Mnrston salloi
for (blank). Should li llllo
Wednesday, October 13.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Oct. 12.
Sohr. Helcne, hence, Sopt. 27.
YOKOHAMA Arrlvod Oct. 11:
S. 8. Asia, hence Sept. 30.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. 12:
8. 8. Mhcria. for Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Oct. 13:
S. 8. America Muni, henco Sept. 20
WIRELESS 8. S. Nippon Mnrit. from
lukahnmn en route to Sun Finn
Cisco, will ntrlro about noon, I'iI-
Tuesday, October 12,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct 10:
Uktne. S. O. Wilder, for Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oet. 12:
S. 8. Tcnyo Mam, 2 p. m , for Huno
SAN FHANCIBCO Arrived Oct. 10.
U. S. 8, Concord, henco Hopt. 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Anlred Oct. 12:
8. S. Lurllne, henco Oct. 4,
Dutch crulber Noordbrabant, hence
SEATTLE Sailed Oct. 9: .
8. 8. Nebraskan, for Honolulu,
MANILAAnlved Oct. 9:
8. B. Scottish Monarch, henco Sept
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Oct. 10:
8. 8. Mlreotirlan from llllo Sopt. 21
S ,8, Alaskan, from San rnnolsco
Monday, October 11.
NEWPORT NEWS Sailed Oet. 2:
Sp. IMuard Suwull, for Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Oct. S:
S. 8. Mexican, for Sail 1 r&i.clbco.
SAN FRANCISCO Hailed Oct. 9
8. 8, Alameda, for Ilonom'ii
SAN FILNCISCO Arrived Oct 9:
8. 8. Columbian, roni llllo, Oct. 2
FORT SAN LUIS Sailed Oct. 10:
8. 8. Wu&htcuati, for Honolulu.
Saturday, October 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 8:
Thnibday, October 28.
Stmr. Mnul, from Hawaii ports;
rasp, mid gen. caigo.
tmr. Claudlne, from Hawaii nnd
Mnul ports; pans , gen, cargo,
Stmr. Ktikill, Irom Island porrk
M. N. 8. S. illlonlnn, from San Fran
cisco; pass , gen cargo, no mall.
P. M. 8. 8. China, Frlele, fiom Yoko
hapui, n. m.
Stmr. Mnnnn Kc.t, from llllo and
wn iKirts, a. m.
II I. J, M crucer Idzumo, from San
Francisco, n. in.
T. K. K. Manshii Mum, front South
American orts, n, in.
' P. M. 8. 8. China, FrloIe, for San
I'r.iiiclsco, 5 p. m.
A.-ll. 8. 8. Pleltuka, from Seattle,
Stmr. Klmu from Knual ports; pans,
nnd gen caigo.
Slinr. Mlk.thnla. from Jlolokal ports;
pass mid gen. enrgo.
T. K. K. Manslm Mam, for Japin
poits; gen. cargo.
l'er litmr. Cbiu lino, fron Hawaii and
Mnul poits, Oct. 2i C. ,M. Graham,
I'. KiipIIIiir. K, noendahl, Mrs. Duson
rnd 2 cIiIIiIk.ii Mrs. II. Fernandez, C.
Cnpii wife and child A. Oartcnberg,
11. Decker, .Mrs Sogi, Dr. ,1, II. V.t
lell, Mrs. .1. .1. Caiey. Mr. S. .1. Ek
I erg. .Miss M. Larson. Miss M. Abreo,
Miss C. Fern.indz.
Per M. N. S 8. llllonlan, for San
Franclboj Nov. 2. Mrs. Flunk Rich.
aidton, Mrr. Jack Balch, Harry Smith,
y. A. Kejston, Mr. and Mrc .Morton
and child Dr. nnd .Mrs. Goodhue, Mrs.
Miililiim. Mr, mill .Mrs. .1. M. Hose,
.Mlbs Tun, .Mis. U. Iliuckniuii. Mlt.s
E. Smith, Miss T. Gill. Mrs. W, A.
GUI and child, Mrs. Jos. Schwartz and
2 children. Mis. Klrkald) nnd child,
Mis. .1. A Dlaa, Mrs. Mary Dla3, Miss
A. C. HodrlMiesz.
Per Mini. Miiuin Kea for Hawaii
jnd Maul ports, Nov. 2. J. Sexton.
,Mlss ScAton, v, a. Aagaard, .Mrs.
Aagiurd, MIes A. Mudge, Mrs. M, C.
Fontes, JIis. Booth Miss Wiird M.
Rcblntou, It. Booth, E. S. lleckley,
MIsb .McDcn.ie.tt, Mlso W. Arnold.
Per btnjr. Claudlne, for Hnwull nnd
Maul poi Is, Oct. 29. J. H. Pratt, A. H.
Irailugcii. M. Piliiieutlial, M. Prim
rntlinl, Jr.. P. J. Hell, Mrs. J. W. Mar.
ilinll Rev. M. C,. Santos and wire.
l'er btiur, W. O. Hall, for Kauai
I oils. J. K. Furley, Col. Spauldlng,
C. It. Jurdlno, O. A. Smlthlea, Mr.
Ciopp. A. Bhtketl.
Ilk. Annlo Johnson, fpr llllo.
' Friday, October 15.
SEATTLE Arrived Oct. 14:
8. 8. Pleiades, fiom San Franclccn.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Ar
rived Oct. 14:
S. S. Texan, from Hllo, Aug 18. '
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct in-
U. S. A. T. Buford, henco Oct. C.
Saturday, October 16.
3AN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 15:
S. S. Mexican, from Sallna Cruz.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Oct. IB:
Sdir. Ethel Znno, from Kuliulul.
3AN FRANCISCO 'Arrived Oct. 15:
Schr. J. II. Bmico, from MuPM nna.
3A NFRANCISCO-'-Arrivcel Oct. 10;
Sehr. II. C. Wright, from, Honolulu
via Fanning Island,
(leimipcrulser Arconp, honco Oct 7
EUREKA Sailed Oct 10;
Schr. Oceania Vanen. for inin
SAN FRANCISCO Anived Oct. 9:
8. 8. Korea, 5 a. m , hence Oct. 3.
VICTORIA Sailed Oct 9:
8. S. Aorangl, fonllonolnln.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrlvea Oct. S:
8d-. Admiral, from Ahuk'nJ, Sept.
Friday, October 8.
EUREKA Anived Oct. 7:
Ilk. S C. Allen, henco 3"pt 17
POUT TOWNSEND Arrl cd Oct. 7:
Sp. Nordst pei neti, henco Sopt. 11.
" Thursday, October 7.
SUVA Sailed Oct. 4:
8. 8. Marnma, for Honolulu.
REDONDO Sailed Oct. Or
Schr. W. H. Marston.
SAN FRANCISCO Al rived Oct. 7:
S. S. Pleiades, henco Sept. 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 7:
Ilk. Oljmpic, for Honolulu.
MEMO Mull for S.m Fi.uirlsco, per
Goiman warship Arconn will cIojo
nt fi p. ni today.
Wednesday, Octobsr 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. :.:
U. S A. T. Thomas, 4 p. in., for Ho
nolulu. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct 0:
Bk. Andrew Welch, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Sailed Ocl. 0:
8. 8. Nippon Maru. for Honolulu,
Hll.O Sailed Oct 2:
Ilk St. Knthorlno, for Iledondo.
HILO Sailed Oct, 4;
Schr. Ameilcana, for amy's Harbor.
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