Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULT). T. 11., SATUnDAT, OCT. 10, M0!.
All visiting mtmeers of we
OrJsr nro cordially luvlted to
stleud tufotlox o' local locVs
SAKMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
UtcU svery Monday netting t
f:30 In I. 0. O. P Hall, iott Street.
E. K, HENDRY, Secretary.
1. D. WICKE. N. U.
All vlBltluu brothers c.-y cordially
QAHU LODQE, No. J, X. of P.
llceta every flrit and third Kr
(ay evening at 7:30 la K. of r. Hall,
turner Fort and EereUnla. Visiting
Mothers cordially Invited to 'attend.
V. I.. NUGENT, C. C.
R. GOSLING. K. H. 3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodeo No. GIG, U. 1. O.
Elka, niecta In tbclr hull, on King
Bfrcet, near l'ort, every Friday evoo
Ing. Visiting Brothers uro conllfil)
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, B. R.
II. 0. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AEEIF 140, S. 0. E.
Meets on the ud and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock la K.. of P. Hall, cornti
Peretnnla and Fort etrrets.
'Visiting Eagle. r lbvlted to at
'ad W. l. MiCOT, W., Prtst.
a. T UOOKE. Secy.
Sfm. H'KINLEY LODOE No.8, CcfP.
Meets every .nd and 4th fiaturd&y
tvenlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of 1'.
Ball, cor. Tort and Rcretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
r. m. Mconcw, e. c.
E. A. JACOBSEN, K. R. 8.
HAWAIIAN TIUBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
- lays of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
, ilally InvlUd to attend.
L, A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOE SALE AT ALL BA1S
'The Finest Bathlns; on the Beach."
Heals At All Hoari.
WLNES, LIQUORS. AND CICJABJ.
W. O. iJEKUlN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES tnd DRINK
1UD AUU3t LIUUkUftA
place in town,
r The Fashion Saloon
Hottl St. neiir Port. .
(Jack Scully. Jack Roberts
Herald Pure Rye and
ThosJ" F. McTighe & Co.,
I , Id-jo's KIHO ST.
iPHONE 140. V O. BOX 7.15
Eccr 'n Tap
Come and learn particulars at
,T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Berctanin St., Opp, bacoa'. '
San Francisco Hotels
Crary Street, nbbve Union Square
Juil oppmlto Hottl -St. Frtncll
European Plan S1.60 a day up
Atncriean Plan $3.00 n' day 'up
Steel and brlck-strueture, furnish.
lllMCSJt S200.003. ITIrh rlhnc1
ntmodcrntc rates. Center of theatre
andrctalldlstrict. On car linei trans
ferring nllovcr city. Otnulbus meets
all trniun and steamers. Send for
bioltlct with map of San Francisco.
Ilctel Siewsrt now rCOgnl2ed as
address, "rrnwct." ABC Code.
Gur, Proposition Is
That o.i Btop paving
rent anil buy a home
on catv terms.
Kinr.u St., near Fiikoi;
0 rooms, bath, gas and
Xint; St.: bungalow;
0 rooms, bath and
electricity; lot GOslSO 2,800.00
Fifth Ave, Kulrauki ;
0 mcjm; lot 12Gx372 1,000.00
PuncJino'vl ; 5 rooms and
bath; only 1,700.00
Port Gt near School; G
recnis; a snap 800.00
Xaukina St.. noar Lilihi:
0 rcoras; bath; lot
Kolihi. near King;
G rooms; lot 50x100. 1,000.00
Emma St., near Vine
yard; G rooms and
Kaitauki; view cf tea both
wajs; 02x137; only.. 400.00
75x150. at 350.00
Cor. lot; 70::1?0 1,750.00
Call and ;:c our large list.
CIios. K. Frazier
j?hone 371. 122 King St.
nanufactured from pjre distilled wa
er. Oellvrred to any part of city by
liliU ICE AND ElECTBIC CO.,
Delivered to retidinoet
and offices at 25o pex
hundred In 10-lb, loll
W. O. DARNHAUT,
13; Merchant St
iha ONLY table driak. Hannfao
tured by tha
Arctic Soda Water Works
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
TLUMBINO and PAINTIJICJ: ,
OfOce: Honolulu Pai'ntine Co., 821
Kins St.; P. 0. Box 814. .
Tirli t jtt xn :
ihu n tmecjr N
fiim.ummn Sfc4 HISJ
LOCAL AND GENERAL
tt HONOLULU WANTS
H Are the wontB of the World. U
tt Come ona has a horso, an auto- tt
tt tmiblla, or a rare curio which ho it
tt wishes to dispose of. Ha places R
tt a btnall advertisement In the It
tt classified sales column of tbe M
tt 11 m 1 1 e 1 1 ri and the man who tt
tt wants the article sas It because tt
tt ho has learned by past exper- tt
tt lcncc that' the .Best Buys ars a, tt
tt ways found In classified columns 0
tt of tho 1! u 1 1 p 1 1 n. One cent 'a M
tt word will find ydu a buyer If you tt
tt telle the readers, of the D u ! tt
tt I u 1 1 n what you have to sell. tt
For an easy-rldlni .ear, Jerry
Itooney's Packard. Telephone 0,
Kins and Ulshop streets.
Anything new in the sporting Una)
Anything good In tha liquor Una! Tos
can find It. at "Tha Two Jacks"." '
It yea want a good Job dona on aa
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 437 Queen Bl
For tba best automobile service, ring
for J, A. Mcleod, serea-seated Thomas
FTjsr. Telephone 109, independent
Auto Stand. ,
An automobile iK-longlng to John
Walrrliouso met wlUi a slight accident
on llcrrtunla avenue jesterday after
l.oon near Thomas Square A tiro on
the mnchlno was loosened. Repairs
nere quickly inado however and no
dntnaKo was susLifned by tho machine.
Hpeaker tl. U Holsteln, of tho House
of Ilcpienentatlvcs has arrived at tho
Capltnl from Hawaii. Ho Is on hand
roady to parttclpato In the coming pert
slon of tho legislature. Mr, 116ls(cln
Is accompanied by Mrs. Holsteln and
they arrived by tho Maunn Kea this
Salo of wash goods at Whitney &
M rush's on Monday.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., have their
fine lino of Xmac c-ojj on display.
Go early nnd have jour first choice.
Dr. Hutchnson will not go to Hilo
as previous announced, lie will con
tlnue with his practice In Honolulu.
Christmas cards, decorated empty
boxes, gum sttckors. omamenta and
n great variety of Christmas novelties
of nil kinds at A. I). Arlelgh & Co.,
Hotel street, opposlto Union.
Tho annual Thanksgiving salo, of
table linens, nnpkfns, etc.. at Sachs'
Dry Goods, Co. spells opportunity for
tho economical housewife. Sco ad In
this Issno and noto'thc money-saving
Men who wont roal valuo In shoes
should see tho llanlstcr. This shoe Is
told delusively by Manufacturers'
Shod Co. and can bo depended upon for
otylo, quality of materials and work
manship. Tho handsomo Watorhouse resi
dence on Nuuanu avenue, has been
opened as n private boarding and
looming houso by Mr. E. 'Kouss and
reasonable, rates nnd a noxcollont cut
slno are promised. ,
Men who are wearing Packard shoos
nro immensely pleased with them. Tho
reason Ik because they aro tho best
shoes for tho price that havo ovr;
been sold In this cty. It will pay you
to eco tho now styles at Mclncrny's
Wash goods formerly sold as high
an 30c, reduced to tOc. yard at Whltnoy
& Marsh's salo on Monday.
Somo of tho most pronounced New
York and Parisian stales, ,!) ladlos
rooiwear aro now Doing exnioited by
Regal 8hoo Store. It will pay you to
eeo these goods It tor no other reason
th'nn for knowing' "what will be In
oguo this winter; ''
Extraordinary bargains In trimmed
hnta this week at Dunn's Hat Shop.
Beautiful hats are being sold at really
scnsntlnnal prices. In many cases a
trimmed hat Is sold complete for less
than tho value of tho plumos that aro
on It. Sou for yourself In Dunn's win
dows, Hpoclal Ellin of household nnd kitch
en utensils; agateware, glassware, baa
kctwaro and crockery, 25 por cent dis
count. One-fourth off, One weok
only. Lewis ft Co.. Ltd., 169 Kng
I treet, Telephone 210. Remember this
is a special salo for one week only.
Gut In your orderB oarly.
Road what u wearer of guaranteed
"Hquarodeal" hosiery says of horn.
Tlila stocking 'Is guaranteed to' wear
Fix months. In case you wear a holo
In tho heel, too or sole, boforo Jho
end of six months they will bo accept
ed In oxchango for otfyir stockings.
inoy nro soki in iionoium uy yco Chan
A strike of dry-goods clerks In
eighty east sldo stores has boon do
clarod by tho Retail Dry Goods Clerks'
association or wow vorlr. Tho strlk.
orrf demand nn eight-hour day, with an
hour for lunch.
Charlos R. Flint, tho promoter, has
arrived at New York from Europe, and
announces that 'ho fa" the flpa'nclal
uponsor of tho' Wright' brother's.
Vo Oubwmm. Ko Bup.
City Transfer Cp. D. . .. ,
3 j.H.iov. Phone 15Z
Greece In Revolt Over
Mismanagement Of Royalty
ATHENS, Oct. 20. Incftcd to revolution by the Ignominious posi
tion of Greece In Cretan nffalrs, the h lame of which Is laid principally nt
the door of Prlnco George, n numbe r of tho men of Iho Grecian navy
went out In open revolution today, T hoy seized eight torpedo boatH lying
at Messina! took possession of tho ar sehni there, and engaged In a battlo
with tho troops stationed at Messina who remained loyal.
Early In the day tlicro was nn o xchange of shots between tho torpc
dpes nnd tho small shore batteries, t he shore guns putting one of tho
boats out of commission. In the m eanwhllc there was a struggle for
possession of the arsenal. On the o nsct tho rebels drove the loyal troops
out, but by tonight the government forces had received reinforcements
and succeeded In capturing the bull ding and tailing n number of the
Following the fighting botwecn tho ships and tho shorn batteries,
the vessels left the harbor nnd suite d for some unknown destination, be
lieved to be Crtte. The naval men in revolt nic led by Lieutenant Tl
baldos, A large number of troops hnvo b ccn rushed to tho roast to prevent a
lnndlng of tho rebels, while tho vessels of the Greek fleet hnvo started
out In pursuit of the revolutionists.
m on i -.
KOREAN MOBS BURN STATION,
SEOUL, Korea. Oct. 29. As a result of the excitement bote, follow
ing the assassination of Prlnco Ito at lfnrbln, a mob forpicd today nnd
made an nttnek on the rnllrond station. The Koreans set fire to the
building and succeeded In partially destroying It before they were dis
persed by tho Japanese soldiery. There were about thrco hundred Kore
ans In Iho mob, which Is reported to have gathered again after outdls
tnnclng the soldiers nnd to hnvo started north. Tho troops have been
ourcrcd out to suppress the rioting.
PACIFIC FLEET REACHES MANILA.
MANILA, Oct. 29. A wireless mcasago was received hero today
from Admiral Sehrte, commanding tho Pacific fleet, announcing his near
npproath nnd tinting that his ships would be nt the nnchorago off shoro
s .. m n i aw
TWENTY-FIVE LOST IN COLLIERY DISASTER.
LONDON, Oct. 29. Word has reached hWo of another disastrous ex
plosion In a Welch colliery, as a result of which twcnty-flvo miners
havo lost their lives.
- - isl MaiMaiU
Waadani Cel Huna 188
8. W. Malwg, Prop
' TO MEET the heuvy demands ot
the Increasing passenger trnfflc be
tween Snn Francisco nnd tho north
ern coast ports, two new first-class
steel passenger steamers nro being
constructed for the Ban Francisco &
Portland Steamship Co., an offshoot
of the Pacific Mall Steamship Com
pany, by tho Newport News Ship
building Company nt Newport Nows,
Va. Ono of the vessels, which will
bo sister ships, was launched on Sat
urday In the ways of the Eastern
yards nnd christened the Bear. Tho
second steamer, to be named tho
Reaver, will bo launched some tlmo
In November snyB tho Examlnor.
Tho two vessels will bo examples
ot the most modern Innovations jn
shipbuilding, and will be equipped
with all of the latest safety devices.
Including powerful sets of wlroless
telegraph apparatuB to bo installed
by the United Wlroless Telegraph
Company. Each will bo 380 feet
long, with, a beam of 47 feet and a
depth of S4-teot from the hurri
cane deck. Tho moat modern typo
of oil burner engines will bo In
stalled In i tho vessel nnd Bho will
make a speed of fifteen and a half
knots on tho regularrun,
Tho cabin accommodations are be
ing constructed to tako care of 250
first-class passengers nnd 120 second-class.
, Tho hold will tiiko a
cargo ot 2500 tons. The Hear will
be comploted by Jailuary 10th nnd
Immediately put to sea for this port.
The Reaver will be ready for sen
somo time 1'n February and rushed
out to" the Coast. ,
VThc company Jls nt presont oper
ating the Kansas City and tha Roso
City between this port and the north
and during tha past summer months
It has been necessary to turn away
on the average ot 1C0O peoplo a
month (.owing to- tho lack of accom
modations, on the two veBsqa. It la
posslblo that when tho two steam
irs aro put' In bperatlbn next sea
son rntoa, may b'o cut betwpen this
port and the northern ports, as the
competition between tho. Ban Fran
" ' S
SzoBTaUns; aid Filllaj.
Yintyard St.. Ewa of Nauwiu Stntm.
- JL JJ 1I.J.
cisco nnd Portland Steamship Com
pany and tho Pacific Coast Steam
Bhlp Company will bo strong.
SETTLEMENT has been offected
by tho Cunnrd Steamship Company
with the underwriters for the loss
ot tho steamship Lucanln, which was
burned nt her dock nt Liverpool sov
eral weoks ago. Tho vessels was
insured for $800,000, hut tho com
pany ngreed lo accept $fiO0,O0U n,1(1
retain what remains of tho vessel,
which nws declared to bo technically
n total loss.
THE FINANCIAL REPORT OF tho
North German Llyod Steamship Com
pany for tho first six mouths of 180!)
shows net earnings, less general ex
penses and Interest charges of $!
2C0.O0O, as against losses for tho
corresponding period of 1908 amount
ing to 1 1,700,000. This Improve
ment is duo chiefly to tha emigrant
business to tho United States.
AT THE HENDIXSEN shlpjnid
Eureka un September 29 tho steam
schooner Klniuath was launched.
Klamath Is owned by tho Chnrlci
It. McCormack Company of San
Francisco, nod Is tho largest wood
en, stenm-schnoiicr ever built on tho
Pacific Cons(. Tho official dlmen.
slons nro: Length, 107. G feet; beam,
41.G feet; depth of bold, 15.4 feet;
net fonnngo as launched, 992. Her
length over .nil Is 217 foet. She will
curry 1,200,000 feet of lumber.
THE LAST of tho big steamships
of tho Coait, the Admiral Sampson
of llm Alaika-Paclflo lino, has join
ed In the rutu war by meeting tho
rates on tho other bfg steamers ot
15.35 first class nnd' $3.35 steerage
to San Francisco. The Alaska-Pacific
Company also put In a rate ot
12.5,36 first class to Scnttlo and
PURSER Plil,I,llS of thu steamer
Mauna Kea, which arrived from Hn
wall and Muul ports this mnriilug, iu
ports 1658 liana Ookula, 4272 bags Pit.
naluu and 2332 Hnnuupo sugtr nwult
Ing shipment on tho Iltg Island.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 So. King St. No Branches.
IN FOREIGN PORTS I 1 J ARRIVED 1
Thursday, October 28.
l-'UNCHAI Sailed Oct. 20:
Ilr. S. S. Swunley, f jr Honolulu.
NEWPORT NEWS SaH-d Oct. 27:
Ilr. S. S. Diinedm, for II U'IhIii
PAN FRANCISCO All Ivtd Oct. !'
S. 8. Siberia, 9 n. in., heneu Oct. Zl
HILO Sailed Oct. 2G:
S. 8. Nebrnskuii, for San Francisco.
KAHULUI Sailed Oct. 27:
Ilk. Ncullly, for Portland, O.
4 - 4
Per stnir. Maunn Kea, from Hawaii
and Maul ports, Oct. 30. Mrs. A.
Lewis, Jr., Mrs. A. Gattley, Mrs. P.
C. Jones, Miss E. Spalding, Miss A.
Spalding. Mrs. S. M. Flack, Geo.
Mooro, W. M. Flack, Dr. J. S. 11
Pratt, Mrs. Pratt, E. A. Mott-Smlth
Mrs. Mott-Smlth nnd son. Mrs. W.
Ruckle, N. K. Knlawau, Jno. T. Ilrown
Mrs. Drown and 2 children mid 2 ser
vants, O. M. Khamn, J. W. Dole, Mrs.
Hutchlnron, Mr. South, Mrs. E. Sopcr
Muster Affonco, F. G. Alfonso, II. W.
Kinney, II. 1). Baldwin, Mis. llaldnln
8am JohMoii, U P. Grey, A. W. Pcrel
strong, Mrs. Pcrclstious, A. L. C. At
kliison, II. F. Dlllitiuhani, 11. Mm
Daiuni, J. Klucgel, Miss Elton, Adj.
Lewis, E. Oeisccku, Mrs. Kaoho nnd
son, P. Orht, C. W. Mcl.cod, Miss
Mossman ,11. A. Weaver, K. Tnkctn.
If. L. Holstclu, Mrs. Iliilstvu, Mrs. A.
C. Gbb, Mrs. C. Buffet nnd son, It. S.
Hosmer, R. II. Mnkckau, L. Ellison
Mrs. Elason and child ami servant, M.
T. Furtndo, J. W. Moiuinull. In Chung
J. W. Pokawoakoa. J. i. Sullivan. II
T. MIIIh, A. K. Jones, A. Gaines, Mm.
E. Knlo, M. P. Walwalolc, J. K. Nn
walilne, W. R. Mnshita, J. Spalding, II
llouedd, Mrs. J. G. Howell, Alias How
ell, Win. Green, Rev. K. Uchld.i.
Per P. M. 8. 8. Chlnu, from Hong
kong nnd Japan ports, Oct. 33. M
Aklmoto, T. Anraku, T. II. Harming
ham, Mrs. T. II. llJiinlugham, Miss E.
K. Rams, J. 11. llerelson, W. II, Camp
kin, Ruv. Coekr.inc, Geo. Compferc
Mrs. (loo, Compfero iind con, P. Duniil
gan, J. Felfcr. Kmll Frnutze, Adam
l-'iiinez. Miss Dr. G.ntiui, Lieut. C. S.
George, J. T Gibson, Miss E. Gord.m
C. A. Haldumiinn, It. Hliiton, A. U
Jacuby, U. Knklnokl. 11. Kamoi, K.
Ktmtmi, Miss .1. L. Klpp, M. II. Koniat
tti, F. G. Krutis, T. Masudu, T. .Mc
Laughlin, J. II. Moore, .Mrs. J. II.
Mooic, Miss J. Mooie, Miss II. A. II.
Murray, Mrs. T. Nalln, A. C. Oclsnur,
S. Ogawa. Bishop Pnitrldgo, Mrs. Part
rldo, child mill nurse Sydney l'oluck
A. Rosenberg, Miss E .Scott, M. Shi
nililzu, Mrs. A. L. Smith, Tung Kunli
Own, Mrs. Woo and Infant. Mustui
Earl O. Woo, Master Gordon Woo, 34
hns been experienced by (liu United
Stales Shipping Commissioner nt Tn
conia during tho past few weeks by
a number of cases In which an at
tempt has been made to garnishee or
attach the wages of seamen. Re
garding such cffoits, u decision has
Just been received by -tho Shipping
Commissioner which benrs on this
subject paitleularly, and which
Bhowa that seamen's wages can not
be gnrnlshced under tiny clicum
stances. THE WIRELESS apparatus recently
Installed In tho l'.iclllc Mall steamship
Korea Is holdiui; Its own in llm pm,;
dlstunco record for transmission of
messageu. Tho vessel has thus far
kep In constant touch with the plant
at Knhiikii. It Is expected tint tho
Koiea will maintain communication
Willi the Hawaiian Islands for between
fifteen and eighteen hundred miles
Irom Honolulu. Tho now wireless may
go even bettor Ihnn tho expectations
of tho steamer's ofllcers.
EFFECTIVE .after tho nailing or
the Virginian nn October 29th, tho
Amerlcau-Hnwnllan Steamship Com
pany has declared advances (m east
bound rates nffoetlug sovernl commo
dities, particularly diled trulls and
canned fruits nnd vegetables. The
only explanation offered by trnlllc
olllcors of tho company Is that tho
demands for space Is such that pre
mium rates must bo charged for ser
THE SCHOONER CHARLES R.
FALK, which Is lying on tho north
bench of Gray's Harbor, is now strip
ped of everything ot value, eight
tons of anchor clialna having been
taken from hor. Tho first stiff blow
will bee tho ninstH oveilioaul nnd tho
hull has become, tho homo of crabu
and other small denizens of the sea.
High tides cover tho hulk and the
sands are slowly burying It.
SWIMMING about tho Inter Islam!
boats as tlu-y nro approaching the
docks hnq been condemned by shipping
men from tlmo to time. It Is claimed
that If tho practice Is continued a fn-
lallty will occur among tho natlvo boys
who illvo for tho coIhb tluown by pas
sengers. Bulletin Business Office Phone 258,
Bulletin Editoriul Room Phone 185,
Saturday, October 3U.
P. M. S. S. China, Frlulo, from Yoko
hama, a. in.
Stnir. Maunn Kon, from Hlla and
way ports, a. m.
P. M. 8. 8. China, Fiiolc, for San
FrancUco, 5 p. m.
j DUE TOMORROW
A.-H. S. S. Pleiades, from Seattle,
Stnir. Klnnti from Knunl portB; pass.
and gen. cargo,
Stnir. Mlkahaln. from Molokal ports;
pass and gen. cargo.
Stmr. Noenu. for Kauai ports; pass
ami gen, cargo.
' U. 8. A. T. Dlx, from Manila via
Marlvelcs and Nagasaki ; coal and
Stmr. Mlkabntn, for Molokal, Maul
and Lnnal ports; pais nnd gen. cargo,
5 p. in.
M. N. S. 8. Illlonlan, for San Fran
cisco, 10 a, in,
Stmr. Klniui, for Kauai ports; piim
and gen. cargo, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Maunn Kea, fur Hawnlt and
Mnut ports; mall, pass, and gen. car
Per M. N, 8. 8. Illlonlan, for San
Francisco. Nov. 2. Mrs. Frank Rich
ardson, Mrs. Jack Raich, Harry Smith.
S. A. Keyston, Mr. and Mrs. Motion
nnd child. Dr. nnd Mrs. Goodhue, Mrs.
Mahliim, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Hoso,
Mies Tnrr, Mrs. E. Iliuckmun, MIsh
E. Smith, Miss T. Gill Mrs. W. A.
Gill nnd child, Mrs. Jos. Schwartz and
I chllditn, Mrs. Klrkaldy nnd'chlld.
Mrs. J. A. DIas, Mrs. Mary Dlas, Misu
A. C. Rodrlguerz.
Per stmr. Mauna Koa, for Hawaii
end Maul ports, Nov. 2. J. Sexton.
Miss Sexton, V. A. Aaganrd, .Mis.
Angaard, Miss A. Mudgc, Mrs. M. C.
Fontes. Mrs. Booth, MIbs Ward. M.
Roblmon, R. Booth, E. 8. Heckley,
Miss McDrrniott. Miss W. Arnold.
Per P. M. 8. B. China, for San Fran
risco, Oct, 31. A. J. Macnlcoll nnd
wlfo, Mrn. Kopf. R. I J-llllo and wifo.
Dr. and Mm. Ilodwrs, T. 31. Lo Mnrlu,
W. C. Tnylor, Mrs. JlcGuni. W. A.
Krugi! and Infant, S. C. Muignn, .Mm.
K. llriickimtn, V. Callaway, W E.
Thomas. J. O. Kntklus, Mrs. John G.
Howell and granddaughter, Hi. W. I).
Baldwin and wife.
Per Btmr. W. (!. Hall, for K.ual
ports, Nov. 4. F. M. Swilizj. T. C.
Malls are due at Honolulu from
points ns follows:
Ran Francisco Per Alameda, Nov. .'.
LVniicouver Per Mnrama, Nov. 13.
Colonies rer Mnkura, Nov. 9.
Molls will depart for tha following
pulutc as follows:
Snn Francisco Per China, tomorrow.
Yokohama Per Nippon Mnru, Nov. 9.
Vancouver Per Mnkura, Nov. 9.
Colonics Por Mnrama, Nov. 13.
Bnford, nt San Fruucslco,
Dlx, due at Honolulu Nov. 2,
Logan, sailed from Manila for Snn
Francisco, Oct. 13; duo Nov. 4.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, from Manila, for San Fran
cisco, arrived, Sept, 15,
Tint Bunmlilo Is at Puget Sound,
The Kllp.itrlck Is nt Newport News,
Tho Cnxiko Is nt S.m Francisco.
The Mo'ido Is nt Newport News, Vn.
Tho McClollan Is nt Nowpoit Nows,
Tho Simmer Is nt Newport News,
Tim Warren Is at Manila.
The Wright In at Manila.
Owing to thu balmy weather In Now
Jorsoy, Ftrnwbcrry farmers! thuiu nru
hurvcctlng n i.ccoud crop, nnd thu
yield is ho pluitimi tti-j Perries aro
soiling lu Now York for 10 ciuls n
SovontFon men nro dead hb Iho io
cult of tho collision on tho Santa I'u
road near Tnpoku, Knu. Six of Iho
victims mo Americana, tho others liu
Confeiloiato vcterana of Vltit'nln
opened tliclr twenty-second nnninl ic
union nt Dnnvlllo. Major Wool wel
comed the do.'esates.
Separation of stato Institutions front
pilltlci vis announced ns his policy
by liwrcnco Y. Shot man, chairman of
tho now board of ndmtnlsttatloii, In
nn uddrers nt tho Illinois confereiicu
of clinrltlcH ut Rartoiiville.
Bulletin Business Omco Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
'" f aJ4j i '. . -t
U-i 'WV VWidtti t
. f v; u'>ijmimMP-Vi&aiii . a ,'..
t'j ti "ttklL Va 6 1a?