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EVBNtNrf?WfH'gnN' HQNOtPU), T. H.. FRIDAY, OCT. 29, 1609.
All visiting members or Ike
Ordor are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
SABMONY. LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets ivery Monday evening at
f:30 In L O O F Hall, V'oit Street.
E. U. HENDRY, Secretary.
I'. D. WICKL. N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordlalU
OAHU LODGE. Ho. 1, X. ot P
Meets every first and third Frl
lay eronlng at 7:30 In K. of P. 1U11.
Mnier fort uud Ucretanls. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
1'. I.. NUOENT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. R. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. 7. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, D. P. O.
Elks, meets lu tbclr hall, on King
Btreyt, near l'ort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to uttend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, H. K.
II. C. EASTON, Seo'y.
HONOLULU AERD7 110, F. 0, X.
Meets on tho ud and 4th WED
NESDAY ovenlngs of each monU at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
KereUnla and Fort strata.
Visiting Eaglet are invited to at
ad W. M. McCOY, W., Preet.
II- T UOOUE. Beer.
Vvx. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, ILofP.
Meets every nd and 4tb Saturday
irenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Ball, cor. Fort and Oeretanta. Vlitt
Ing brother cordially Invited to at
tend F. M. McOREW, O. C.
E. A. JACOBSEN, K. R. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
, Mecte every Qrst and third Thuri
Jays oC encb month at Knights of
Pj thins Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEnilY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
FOB SALE AT ALL BAM
'The Finest Bathing on the Betel."
f Mcala At All Hours.
VINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGAR.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
UN0HEB and DSIIKI
The most popular
place in town.
i The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
lack Bcully. Jack Boberti
'iHerald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KIIiG ST.
PHONE 140, P. 0. EOX 7o
Beer on Tap
JComa and learn particulars at
fOWNSEND UNDERTAKING -CO.
P "JJeretantn St., Opp. Sachs'.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit cppoiltt Uetel St. Frsaci
Furopean Plan $1.80 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel nnd brick structure! fttralih
tngacoit $200,000. High clan hotel
ntmodcrateratei. Center of theatre
andretaltdistrlct. On car Unci trans
ferring all over city. Omnibuimeeti
all trains and (teamen. Send for
booklet with map ofSanFrancUco.
Hotel Stewart now recognised as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Annpuni St., 60123. ..$1,710.00
Don't be the Dog
In the manner to your
self. Kinai St., near
Pitkoi. Six roomi and
and bath; easy terms. 29,990.00
Cor. of Pcnitcola and
Kinau: 3 houses and
lot 150x200, only.... 18,109.09
Btrieve itt A lot in
Punnni, 75x150; near
Wjllie and Lelih ..
A cottage on Koahini St.
6 rooms and bath; lot
90x140; your own
King near Piikoi. Six
room bungalow, bath,
Rii, electricity; lot
60x120; cost 23,500.
Terms right; only 2,809.00
Uakai of King St. Five
rooms; lot 10x100;
easy terms 1,900.09
Six-room cottage on Fort
near School 800.99
By raising chickens in
Kaimuki. Fire acres
near car line ; city wa
ter; 2 acres in alfalfa,
fruit trees and small
cottage; terms to
suit '. . . . 3,100.00
83 Merchant St.
Chas. R. Fraxier
JrTione 371. -i 122 King Bt
nanufaeturtd from pure dlaMllatl wet
er. Oellvered to any part of eHy hy .
IAHD ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
wale, Telaphevit Ha,
Delirand to resida
and offloa at Va ec
hundred. in 101b, loss
W. O. BAHNHART,
133 Merchant t
the ONLY table drink. Xansfa
tnred by tha ' T
Arctic Soda Water Works
Worig Wong, j
CONTRACTOR and BtHLDEl.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Jfflce: 'Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kir-r St.: P. 0. Box 914.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Sneoialty in nickle, sflvec
and gold plated' work. "
KING! OPP. ALAPAI ST.
LOCAL AND GERAL
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tt mobile, or n rarVchrlo which help
r tapes t0.dlsba of. He places, tt
tt a small advertisement In the M
tt claartned tuUes column of tbe If
tt B u 1 1 e 1 1 ti and U) man "who tt
tr wants tho article sees it because tt
9M has IcfrrnM vby past axper- II
8Ten.ce that the Best Buys am al- tt
ft ways found In classified columns tt
tt of tho n"uUtln.,'One cent a tt
II. word will And you a buyer If you tt
It tolls . the readers c,f the, B u l- tt
tt 1 e 1 1 n what yoi-fcave to sell tt
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ytvt 'ey.rldln ,car, .Jerry
tloorieyV 'Pie.tar. Telephone 101,
MkMij uiu puuuy irv.
Anything new tn the iporang line?
Anything good in the' liquor tine? ' You
can find It at Tke Two Jaekt,"
If you waa( a good Job done on aa
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 417 Queen 8t,'
For the best automobile service, ring
ror.J. A. McMod, seven seated Thorn
Flier. Telephone III, kddependent
Honolulu lodge, No. 616, n. P. O.
IV, will meet In Us l''dgo room In the
Elks' buldlng, King street, at 7:30
The report of diphtheria at Ilonoull
ul has prole J to bo without founda
tion. The physicians who Investlgat
ed the case reported that It is tonsil
A, W. Adams, who has resigned from
the staff of oxamlnors at tho customs
house, U reported will assumo the
secretaryship of tho Hawaiian Pine
Tho roturnof Fred Smith, general
passenger nnd ticket agent for tho
Oahu Railway, la expected by the Mat
ron Navigation steamer Lurllne, due
here on November 10.
Kano Kaluna, who lived In rtallhl,
committed sulcldo last night by laying
donn on tho track and waiting for the
train to pass over htm. . Ho was appar
ently drunk when he met his terrible
Mrs. ncko Ihlhl wishes to thank all
those who have kindly, asssted her by
donaton 'and othcrwlso aided In the
tuau and fair given by tlo Aloha Lohut
Society at (he Drill Shod on last Sat
I The next round up' Of Y. M. C. A.
members. takes place at tho Associa
tion building on next Thursday even
ing and a' great tlmo Is promised In-
as-much as toe membership roll num
bers over six hundred.
After HlI;tho package race to Kaena
Point. Which Was achoduled tn ronio
off tomorrow) ha been postponed till
Noi ember N6. The weather has been so
uneemoq laioiy tnat it was tnougnt
better jo delay the nailing of the race
for a liltln tlrti:
An answer hia been filed In the Clr.
kong to' the dlvorco complaint filed by
his wlfo In tlto local courts. Tho an
swer bears (He signature of the United
Btates Depulf. Consul ' Oeneral and
neither denies op' admits any of the
allegations In the wife's complaint.
M. E. Sllvi has the latest desg.n
and up-to-date funeral car, hand-carvoy
pillars and draperies on Insldo end;
wllhautomatlc truck" which carrlos th'6
casket Into the hearse jn an easy man'
nof And also an elegant hearso haK
ness, hand-madelby II Hammon. 'This
cdr' arrived on the IWonlan yesterday,
( Counsel In tho case of 'tho Kona De
velopment Company and othora agaln,st
M, F. Scott, B. F. Dillingham, et a).,
have, boon asked' by the Supremo Court
lo argue, thp point aa to whether a ref
eree can' be appointed In the 'cane,
Scott's bills of exceptions to tho judg
ment obtained against him by Dilling
ham in the Circuit Court havo been
The examinations for the appoint
ment or assistants to Dr. Victor B
Clarke, who Is to take the newt census
of Hawaii, are to b hold on November
3rd In this city. Applications will be
received irom women vbu,t It Is stated
that tho opportunities for their em
ployment will be mal. Those who
have had Practical experience In cen
sus taking will not be required to take
6EATTLE RAIUWAYj , .
MAN DIES HERE.'
Oeqrgo W. Smith, who through 111
boath was, obliged to relinquish a re.
sponsblp position ,wlth the Seattle
Electric .Railway,, and .como down to
tho Hawaiian Islands with tho hope of
recuperating, clcd at Qupen's hospital
this morning, t)ie caueo of death being
Tho decoased,waa about fifty yoara
old.. Ho arrived here by tbo last Ala-
rooda, He .was a member of tho Seat.
tie Electric, Employpog Benefit Asso
ciation and that organization has been
corpmunlcateq with regarding a dispo
sition of the remains.
Funeral services were held from the
Williams updortaKlpg parlors at 2
o'clock this, afternoon. Dr. McKoover
"i mo nri MiniBiian cnuron omel
THI3 ARRlVAti of the Paclflc Mall
stoamer Slbotia at San Francisco is
re wtedestardayThj ,vea sailed
from nor on October 24,
Bo OtapMM. ' Ho Bugs.
City Transfer Co. D. nno K9
HATCHED At SEOUL
SEOUL, Korea, Oct. 28. It Is believed that the plot wlihli culmi
nated In tho naanslnntlon of Prlnc0 Ho by tho Korean, Incbnit Angnn,
at Harbin, was hatched here. Th e palace of tho .IniancHo resident
general nt this place Is being closely guaidcd for fear that compitrl
ot of ito's murderer will make an a tempt on the llfo of Jnpnn's chief
representative here, tho rcsldent-gen ernl.
Indian Anenu, who was formerly editor of n Korean paper publish
ed nt Seoul, 'sppcars glad of the success of his nttempt on tho llfo of
Prince Ito, talking freely of the deed nnd expressing no fear nB to his
own fate, He states that ho was o no of twenty Koreans who wero
sworn to kill Prince Itoitn revenge tor Japan's policy In the Hermit
has been learned now that I to was not stabbed liy Inchnn An
gan, as was at (Irst reported, but was Bhot, tho weapon of tho anKassIn
being charged with dumdum bullet 8. To mako assassination doubly
'sure,, they were poisoned with cjnnlde of potassium. This Insured the
death of tho prince, oven If ho wero not hit In n vital spot by the but
"t. , '
WSS1SBSBBB1 1 II ! WW I JJ ! HULL
Island Trauf rt
i0 OKrVen.. fccTiting and Filling.
Blu aotl SaarauiU
Weed sad Ctl wie SS8
6. W..XBtugH, Prop.
NO SEA SERPENTS' were seen by
Captain Ncllsen and tho crcv, of tho
schooner H. C. Wright on tncir,
month's passago from tho Island of
Fanning. 10C0 miles to the southward
of Hawaii, but they saw something
else out of tho ordinary, bir tho
BxiAilncr. This was a gigantic turtlo,
which all hands declare was at least
eight feet In" length by six feet In
width. It was when the schooner w na
tbout 100 miles off this port. The man
at the wheel saw what ho bolleicd was
a s'mal Island dead ahead, hut before
tho schooner could be steered c.car of
the supposed land a turtle's hand
arose at one aide of the Island and tho
thing begsn to gel undcr'way. Then
tt was, seen thai tEe object was a great
sea turtle. Capfiiln Nellson and his
men have seen many things nn many
pjvoyago, but never an) thing like this
turtlo. Had tho sen been a trlflo
smoother a small bont would havo
been 'sent after. tho monBtor. It was
all that'rolleved 'tho monotony of tho
passago from Fanning Island. Tho it.
C, Wright cnrrlodja general cargo to
Fanning and Washington islands, nnd
brought back n shipment of 185 tons
of copra. '
THE T. K. KManshu Maru. ono of
the Toyo-Klscn' Kalsha llnors now op
erating In the South American Japin
servlco, called at the port this morn
ing en routo to tho Orient. Tho vessel
tailed from Iqulqul on September 18th
nnd called at Sallna Crnx on tho way
up tho coast, Tho vessel brings eigh
teen hundred tons of nitrates and phos
phates for Honolulu and will remain
at the port for a week or ten dan. II.
Hackfcld & Co. a,fo the loca( represen
tatives for tho stoamer. Traveling In
transit for Japan and China aro four
first claBS anil 73 steerngo passongcrs.
Captain Nlshl reports somo rough
weather as tho vessel noared tho Ha
TUB AMERICAN Ship Marlon
Chlloott, with n full shipment of crude
oil from Oavlola, consigned to the
Associated Oil Company, Is duo to nr
rive at Honolulu dally. Tho vessel Is
nut' ten da s from tho California oil
port nnd Is being' towed hero by tho
'American steamer Rosccmns, which
Vessel will drop tho Chllcott near Ho
nolulu and proceed to Kahulul,
W1HUC NOTjcllglhlo for tho qver
duo list tho Herman ship Alexander
Isonberg, ono hiuidrcd and thirty dns
out from Hamburg, should show up at
tho port most any day. This vessel is
coming to tbo a'goncy of H, Ilnckfold
and Company nn,d is bringing gonoral
cargo tu tbo Hawaiian Ulands,
THE IfNlTED, STATES gunboat
Concord, which arrived at Bremerton
from Ouam a few days ago, will go out
of commission at' tho Puget Sound
navy yard and bo completely over
hauled. ,Her erowls being transferred
to the Princeton.
WITH DESTINATIQN as Portland,
Oro., tho bark Noullly la reportod to
havo sailed from Kahulul jesterday.
Tho vessel has completed tho dis
charge, of a shipment ot lumber.
Vineysrd St.. Zwt of Nnusnu Straam
1 111! I Ml I
Salesladies aro wanted. Jordan &
Young man for commission work Is
Salesladies aro advcrtlfed for under
Attend Kerr's clearance sale tomoi-
row. Bargains In all lines.
Remember tho dancq, nt tho Hono
lulu dinclng academy tonight.
Co to Hnlctwu tomorrow night nnd
enjoy a danco In tho moonlight.
Remember that tho men's suits In
tho Kerr sale aro modern In stylo.
Men and boys havo tho same chanco
as tho ladles at the Kc-r Clearance
Salo beginning Sattird.i.
Nothing shopworn Is offered In tho
goods sold nt Kerr's clearnuco sale.
Practically our own price foi any
thing. That flno ohla stovo wood Is very
Donular with our customers. Itcttcr
try a cord. Our Btoe coal Is also ex
tra fine. Union Pacific Transfer Co.
Wise men will not put off getting nn
overcoat until they havo paid two or
threp doctor's bills for colds. Call at
Etlva's Toggery nnd beo the flno lino
of Hart, Schoflner & Marx overcoats.
Standard gas engines nro bold by
Honolulu Iron Works, This company
will bo pleased to show ou many of
these engines doing duty lu Honolulu
and every ono moro than satisfactory
to ts ownor. Marino and stationery.
People of refined musical tnsto us
ually prefer tho Chlckcrlng to any oili
er piano. If you caro to see and hear
the latest Chlckcrlng grands, enll it
BcrgBtrom Mutdc Co, where the) nro
nlwaja pleased to show thesu instru
ments. UPON HIS return to Seattle from
Sim Francltco Albert Schubach, head
of the Jkhulraoh-HamUton Steamship
Co , which Is operating tho stcimcr
St. Croix on the Southern California
run, declared that the rato war
waged on that run will ho kept up.
Ho said: "We are doing n satisfac
tory business. The St. Croix Is ear
ning about 1,200 passengors every
wock at the !t.3r rate and we nro
going to Btay on the routo. There
has been no change In tho situation
In tho south, nnd I do not export any
fur the pirueiit. The St. Croix Is
making money, and all hor first
cJasB aevnm uoJatluns uro reserved
two weeks ahead of hor sailings."
THE CHINA from tl)o Orient Is duo
to arrlvo at tho port tomorrow morn.
Ing, bringing n general carg,o of about
thirteen tons of Far Ilastorn products.
Tho vessel will probably lav over at
Honolulu until Sunday morning uc
cording In tho prcsont calculations of
H, Hackfold & Co, tho ngentB. Tho
China Is fnklng poveral well known
Hoaoluluans to the mainland.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY 41
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 So. King St.
IN PORBION PORTS
Thursday, October 28.
FUNCHA1. Sailed Oct. 2G:
Rr. S. S. Swnnley, f jr Honolulu
NEWPORT NEWS S.tU -1 Oct. ?7:
llr. B. S. Dunuilin. for II iliiliilu
PAN FRANCISCO Alt Ivul OlI. ."
8. S. Sibcrln. 9 n. m , litnvo Ott. Zl
IIILO Sailed Oct. 2G:
S. S. Ncbrnskan, for San Fraucleco
KAHULUI Sailed Oct, 27:
Uk. N,eullly, for Portland, O.
IN DISCUSS1NO the prospects of
the new direct servlco between FIJI
nnd Melbourne, tho Western Pacific
Herald remarks: "In the early part
of this year when banana shippers
nnd growors were agitating for tho
granting of a subsidy for n direct
service to Melbourne, thcro woro
many estimates forthcoming an to
tho largo quantity of fruit Hint
would be nvalhblc. Thcro must
lime been rnino miscalculation some,
where, or the output per aero must
havo bcilously decre.iscd, for now
that the Mclbaurno servlco Is ac
complished there Is practically no
ri tilt available. In fact, there Is not
sufficient for tho Sduey and Now
Zealand in irkets. The steamer Suvn
will only havo some 12,000 bushels,
Instead ot over 18,000 n few months
back. This, too, ut n tlmo when
high prices are ruling tn Sidney.
Fruit tent foiwnrd this month by
tho steamer Tofua realized C shil
lings per bunch or 11 shillings per
case, pi Ices which must piy hand
somely. Shippers wcio most opti
mistic as to tho quantity available
for Melbourne 12,000 was n cer-
tnlnt), but tho shipping agents bas
ed their figures on n 7,000 baslB
The actual results me that spaco has
been applied for about 3,ti00 bunch
e.i nnd 1,300 c.ikej of hnnnuni, and
thcro Is no (.opra. Tho outward
freight should be worth nbout SI.
7f0. It Is to bo hoped that condi
tions will Improve when tho sum
mer weather sets In, or the BCrvIro
may not have a lenghty run."
, AI.I. THE machinery belonging to a
rock crusher which has been operated
on tho Hawaii railway by Contractor
Wilson, wns brought to Honolulu this
morning by tho Inter Island steamer
Kcauhou) Tho vessel met. wlthjjalr
weather nnd light breozes In crossing
the Hawaii channel. Iho Ki.mhou
brought lino passenger to Honolulu
NINETEEN DAYS out from San
rrnnclsco, tho Amciicau harkcutlno b
(1. Wilder Is duo to n-ilvo heru dallj.
Tho vcsccl Is bringing general cargo
consigned to tho aguir:' of Castlo H
THE INTER ISLAND steamer Clau
cilno Ih nulling for I.ahnluu nnd llllii
Via ports of call at C o'clock thlj ovon
Ing. Tho vessel will taku n number of
passengers and a general cargo.
THE INTER ISLAND steamer Mau
ra Kea, with mail, passengers and gen
eral cargo from Hawaii uud Maul
ports, Is duu to arrlvo at tho port earl
la tho morning.
A SHIPMENT of coal nniountlng tr
over i thousand tons, has left Now
port News by tho British frelghtci
Dunedln, declined for Honolulu.
Tho old sugir milling machinery of
Wiilliiku Plantation on Maui Is being
tukon down and brought to Honolulu,
Tho mill was supplanted r limit e
j car ago by n new sugar making plant
which was Installed by tho Honolulu
C. II. Drown, representing Iho Hono
lulu Scrap Iron Company, has put
chased tho old mill ami Is In caking
tho namo up and transporting the
Bcrnp Iron nnd material to Honolulu.
The woik will rcqulio suvcial
months' tlmo to complete). Several
shipments of old metal havo ahead)
.Bar- BULLETIN ADS PAY -M
Scaled tenders wilt bo received
am) publlelv opened by tho Superin
tendent of Public Worl.s at 12
o'clock noon of Monday, November
8, 1U09, for lonstructlng founda
tions nnd setting 11 hlgh-llft pump
and fastening hi plnce nil necessary
bteam nnd wntei connections ut
llcrotauln St. Pumping Station, Ho
nolulu, Specifications and ptoposil blanks
on ftlo in tho office of tho Supciln-
(endent of Public Worl.B,
Tho Superintendent reserves tho
light to reject any nnd nil bids,
Superintendent of Public Woiks,
t Honolulu, Oct. 25, lilOJ.
415U- Oct 2C, 27, 2S
rrlday, October 23.
T. K. K Mnnshu Maru, from ,Vul
pnralso; gen. cargo.
Stmr. Koauliou, front XIaliukona;'
pass and gen. cargo.
1 ' !
Stmr. Claudlno, for Maul nnd Ha
waii ports; pass and gen. cargo, C p. m.
P. M. S. S. China, Frlclo, from Yo'to
liama, n. m.
Stmr. Mouna Kea, from Hllo and
wny ports, a tn.
T. K. K. Munshii Mum, from South
American ports, n. m.
P. M. S. 8. China, Frlclo, for San
1'ranclsco, S p m.
A.-II. S. S. Pleiades, from Seattle,
Stmr. Klniu from Kan a I porta; pass,
and gC-n. cargo. .
Stmr. Mlkahali, from Molokut ports;
pass and gin. cargo
Stmr. Mmini Lot from Kona and
Knu ports; pass and gen. cugo.
8AIL MONDAY f
Stmr. Noenu for Knunl ports; pass,
nnd gen. cargo.
U. S. A. T. Dlx, from Manila via
Mirltflcs nnd Nagasaki; coal and
Stmr. Mlknlnl.i, for Molokut, Maul
nnd Lnnal poitH; pass mid geu, cargo.
5 p m.
M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, for Sun Trim
cltco, 10 a. In.
Stmr. I'lnnn, for Kauai ports; pass
nnd geu. ceigu, 5 p in.
Stmr. Manna Kea, for Hawaii and
Maul ports; mall, risx. nnd gen. car
I PAS8ENQER8 OEPARTED 1
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Hawaii and
Maul pons, Oct. 2U.J, II. Piatt, A. It.
1 raphJgen, SI. Prlmentlul, M. Prim
eiitlml, Jr P. J. Hell, Mrs. J. W. Mar
shall, Rev. M. (i. Santos ami wlfo.
PAS8ENQER8 BOOKED I
Per M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, for San
IVnnclsco, Nov. 2 Mrs. Frank Rich
ardson, Mrs. Jack Halch, Harry Smith,
S. A. Kc)ston, Mr, and Mrs. Morton
and child Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoodlum, Mrs.
Miihlum, Mr. nnd MrB J. M. Hnsa,
.MIbs Turr, Mis E. Dnickin.in, Mlsa
i:. Smith, MIsb T. mil. Mrs. W. A.
(1111 nnd child, Mrs. Jos. Schwartz mid
2 children, Mrs. Klrknldy mid child,
Mrs. J. A. Dlas, Mrs. Mary Dlus, Miss
A. C. Rodrlguesz
Per P. jr. S. S. China, for San Fran
elsco, Oct. Jl. A. J, Macnlcoll nnd
wife, Mrs. Kopr, It. I LUllu mid wife,
Ui. and Mrs. Rodgun, T. M. Lo Mniln,
W. C. la) lor, Mm. Mcflum, W. A.
Krugo and Infant, S. C. T.toigin, .Mis.
K. Itiiicknun, V. Callaway, W F.
Thomas, J, O. K.itkli s.
Por stmr. Manna Kea. for Hawaii
rnd Haul iwrts, Nov. 2. J. Sexton,
MIsh Sexton, V. A. Anganrd, Mrs.
Angiiard, MIbs A. Mudge, MrB. M. C.
Fontca, Mrs. lloolh Miss Ward M.
RoblnRon. R, Hooth, E. S. Ileckley,
Mlrs McDormott. Miss W. Arnold.
iians are uue at Honolulu rrom
points aa follows:
Yokohama Per China. Oct. 30,
Snn Francisco Per Alameda", Nov. C.
Vancouver Per Marama, Nov. 13
Colonies Por Makura, Nov. 9.
Malls will depart for the following
points as follows:
Ban Francisco Per China, Oct, 30.
oknhama Per Nippon Maru, Nov, a.
Vancouvor Per Makura, Nov, 9.
Colonies Per Marama, Nor. 13,
lluford, nt San Frnncslro,
Dlx, due nt Honolulu Nov. 2,
Logan, Balled from Mnnlln for Snn
FinncUro, Oct, 15; duu Nov, 4.
Thomas, from Honolulu tor Muulla,
Oct. 14, .
Sheridan, from Manila, for San Fran
cisco, arrived, Sept. 15.
Tho Ilurnsldo Ih at Puget Sound.
The Kllpatrlck Ih at Nowpoit News,,
Tho C' ooko Is nt Sail IVanclsco.
Tho Meido Ih at Newport Novvi, Vn.
Tho McClcllan Ih ut Newport Nows,
Tho Sumner Is at Newport Novo,
Tho Warren Is at Manila
Tho Wright H at Manila.
With tho fliBt of November Mr. Rich
md Young, for Bomo tlmo iiBt connect
el with the Inspectors' ihltlim of Iho
local customs, will novoi his count c
Hon with tho servlco and entei tho
employ of J, M, I-ovy & Co, Mr.
Young has been on tho night shift at
tho customs hoiiRo and ban a host of
friends who wish hm well In his now