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BVKNIHQ BULLETIN HOrfOMITja. T. H. MONDAY. NOV. 1. 1909.
1 UIIHUAV r
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Hawaiian Second Ceoro
nose Croix Eighteenth Degree.
Oceanic Third Degice.
All visiting members of tae
Order are cordially Invited to
elteud meetings of local lodies
UARMOHY I0D0E, Ko. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1 .
Meets ever Monday evening al
1:30 la I. O. 0. F Hall, Fott Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. D. W1CKB, N. O.
All visiting brothers ry cordially
OAHTJ IQDQE, 7o. 1, X. ot B
Meets every flrit nnd third frl
lay otenliig at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
csrner Fort and Ueretanls. Visiting
irotht'r cordially Invited to attend
1 I.. NUGENT, C. C.
It. G03L1NQ. IC U. 8.
nonoLuiu lodge oic, b. p. o. e.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klni
Btreet, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. B.
H. 0. EABTON, Bec'y.
SOHOIHIU AEBIF 140, F. 0. L
Meets on tho ud and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Veiling Eagles are Invite to t
nd W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
U. T MOORE. Secy.
(7m. K'lOlILEY 10DOE No.8, toll.
Meets every ind and 4th Saturday
tvenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V.
Uall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Villi
Ins brothers cordially Invited to at
tend F. M. McQREW, 0. C.
E. A. JACOBSEN, K. It. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1 0. K. M.
Meets every first and third Thura
Jays of each month at Knights ot
Pythlns Hall. Visiting- brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L-. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOR SALE AT AIL BAM
'The Finest Bathing; on the Beach."
Ideals At All Hour, i ,
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIQABJ
W. C. BEROIN. Proprietor.
LUNG HE S and DRINK I
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Tack Robert
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140 V. O. BOX
Seer on Tap
Come and learn particulars at
iJerctania at, upp. oacui.
-XV. -LVTM urn iitti'i
' iiirnniiiiliiinuniiori n iti r
San Francisco Hotels
f ri T U
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jolt oppoiilt Hotel St. FnitU
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. nigh cUm hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
f erring all over city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco!
notel Stewart now recognised 4a
address, 'Traweti." ABC Code.
Our Proposition Is
That jo j stop paving;
rent, and buy a home
on eaiy terms'. -, J
Kinau St, near Fiikoi;
0 rooms, bath, gas and
Kinjr St.; bungalow;
0 rooms, bath and
electricity; lot 60x120 2,800.00
rtfth Ave., Kaimuki ;
G rooms; lot 126x372 1,600.00
Punchbowl; 6 rooms and
bath; only 1,700.00
Tort St, near School; 6
rooms; a snap 100.00
Knukina St., near Lilihi:
6 rooms; bath; lot
Kalihi, near King;
6 rooms; lot SOxlOO.
Emma St., near Vine
yard; 0 rooms and
, IN LOTS.
Kaimuki; view of sea both
ways; 62x137; only..
73x180, at 330.00
Cor. lot; 70r.l20 1,750.00
Call and sec our large lilt.
' Ohas. R; Frarifir
i Aone 371.,y ,;
nnufai.turcd from pure, distilled mi
er. Delivered to any part of elty by
ourteous drivers. ' A
aHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.;
ewalo. fJ w'3 1 Telephone) )
ana omeee ionis
hundred la 10-lb". Ml
rr more.. v .
W. O. BARNHART.l
1SS Merohant St
OXLY table- driafc- Kanofaa-
t , tared-by the -,
Arctic Soda Water Works
, PHONE .557 f
CGT A0T0E- and 'BtfftDZB.
pibBwa aad PADranrr. -
Jfflce: Honorn.'" Palstinf C, f21
King St.; P. 0.B M
HONOLULU DANdNQ ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock, Kilohana Art League,
under the direction' bf S
New Dance a Snecialty.
Information furniahed by Otto
B.trmcster at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
Kincr 6V , Telephone Store 261.
Be. 1170."' ' '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Call' and wm Mike Paton al the1!-!-
J. Carlo, loan office, baa bargains In
Jewelry and money to loan.
Hawaiian Lodge No, 21,' IV ft 'A.'M.Y
will meet In Masonic Temple thin
evening nt 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 3, t. O. O. K.,
nill meet In Odd Fallows' hall this
cenlhg at 7!30. "
For, an easy-rljlng' oat? Jerry
Rooney's ' Packard. Telephone C09,
King1 and 'Blsh'streets.
'Phllp Peck U among Uio passengers
booked to salt for Koua and Kau ports
by the steamer Mmina Loa.
'George Cooko In booked for psssage
to Maul ports by tho steamer Mlka
hala, due to leava tomorrow.
Among tho arrivals from Kauai
ports by tho Kloali on Sunday were
0. P. Cooke 'and C.'H. Cooko
Anything new la the sporting line!
Anything good in the liquor lineTTu
an flad it at "The Two Jack."
Among those registered at "the Ha
waiian hotel )estorday wan D. D. Mi;
hono, oftWatpahu plantation. t
( U yeu want a toot Job' done on as
auto' or carriage take It to' Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 07 Queen St!
For the beet antoaobtle service, ring
tdr,J. A Mcleod, aeveiwkAtei ThoMS
riyer. 'TeJeokbnk Jm',' eaiiepenient
Auto Stand. ' A
C. W. Mcleod, of Walpahu, has re
turned from a vacation trip to, Maul
end w 111 resume hie duties in the near
future 1 ,
Coaf your iron' roots 'with '"Arable.
Ybwurke surprleed at IU eoellng
and preservative; properties California
Feed Co.,,eu. ,
V, A. Kinney has purchqsed from
Marpret O. Cowlus (he plccu of prop
orty on Hotel 'Btreet upon a portion o(
wlilch ItT ilow located the Donlnt the
ater. Tho price stipulated In the deed
Is tlZ.OOOi !
The! Army Post at Ixdlehun will bo
probably" much enlarged aa far as ureA
goes In tho near future. Colonel
Schujlor, Captain Castner and Cap
tain Day villi oonsldcr plans relatlvo
to the military reservation.
Tlie caso of tho'Honokiui'Bugar Co.
against tho Hawaiian Irrigation Com
piny uas continued until moved on
the calendar In Judge RoblAsdn's court
this morning- lu accordance' with the
agreement that hau been reached as
to the deltvefy of water to the' llama
kun plantation by tho Irrigating cor
poration. Clerks In the San Francisco offlto
bf the Pacific MAI' Sfaiiulilp Com'
pony' are reported bv 0. O. William'
son, a .California busmen miu, as
urging travclcm lu defer their trip to
Hawaii because of the ov&rcrowdcd
condition of the liners plying between
San Francisco and Honolulu Tho
matter may bo taken up by the locil
promotion interests for investigation
i m J at l-
,Cool mosauiio-nroof' room'S .with br
withbut Mara, 'can bo' secured at 732
Klnau street, by a single .party '.or
Oet'ToUr electric Istnns where you
gc't'tho best quality1.. The Union Elcc-
trio Co, Harrison building, Borctanla
street, will gupply'ydu at'low cost. t v
Tlii .Honolulu, pariclbg' Academy
will ttlvo a Drlro",walti'and'aocIal on
Novemhe'r it. ' Special rauslei Begti-
lar class and: social Monday and Friday.
evenings ' v. f '
The' Makalapua Junior QleeClub
will Open up a danclhg club comment
ing tonight at the K. P. hall. Admlk-
tlon'wlll bo 10 cents' and a nickel for,
d' dance. Ladles will be admlttodjrco.
. .Do" not hesitate about a place at
which to take luncheon or dliie. " The1
Palm cafe on Hotel street near 'Union
Is quite tho best in own, and the ser-
ljn In Adti1l..nt ' I lr
Hobron'sAntlOrlbpoi tablets have,
betj Itfusefor yearji and, have proven,
tallsfactOry.i Thy-Wfll relieve' qu '6
nn uisircss inai comes wun uio frou
blesome malady. and.,do 'Itiilckl
, we.oniy.asit a. trial order for .our
j:up flor wood or coal." Wd wjll,th,cn
endeavor so to troat' you, ifini, wo'wlll
Rain your nermancnt trade. Honolulu
Construction & Draying Co. l'tiiiha
the'go'lf links at'llaleiwa are foYteV
than elsewhere lust as lbo meals' and,
service le'a'plf 'othor'hosterlb lifftho'
tUoroughly paired and' games are of
ciany occurrance there,
A man to cut clothc'a so that they
willhave stylo. Individuality and fit
must receive ' special training. The
cftftcr at ih'e WW, Ahoha Co. Is a
graduato of the Mitchell Cutter's
Bchool of, New York City, ,
It oii enjoj eating, meats that are
tendor. froo from tho gristle that re
pels all Attacks, patronize the Metro
politan Market, Telephone 45, Tho
orders are promptly nttended to arid
j ou will 'find' every thing satisfactory.
K The Oulda la 'the onlv slilnnlrtV'nK.
).er Ih Honolulu and Is Invaluable) to
iipy, merchant. Published dally, Ouldd
I'u'lshlng Co, '.Alexamier Yomig
nuildtng. Information fumlshed In
stsUtly on request. Bach subscriber
,-)ii;nilWd with a neat' and substantial
frftTnc for the Guide' free."
7. -,-w ,-. - .II.
Vjllttln'luiinliu Otfw Phone JW
BuJJetjn IditorW Boom'PhoM lt
.a.t 3L j. tt
rI'?P? , ,
- 4iit t J jr.,
J&Ss' H Love
f ' ul
laejiaAK Mil lKDrtSiiBg ' f
Weed M 0M 'aene see
0, W. XBafal, Prep.
ejae aWg i hi i
THE V. 8. CilUlSKH South Dakota,
Which Is one of the vessels composing
Admiral lBobreo'sr licet, now 6n Its wny
Id Manlfa, has achieved the reputation
df belui'ablo to collect tlio' urontent
number of bnruaclva of any shit? of the
Pacific fleet. Wlien 'put on the dr
dock at Hunter's Point In California,
prion' her return to San IYiuicIbco from
Central Amcilca, It was iliscowiod
ihataltbo South Dakota hnd a licit of
armor not down In the specifications
This belt was roiripoFul of barnacles
and marine, ngetatlrin and extended
from .the water lino to tho keel mid
Increased In thlckuoss the deeper It
went, When tho accumulation had
boon, 'scraped nwaj' n niasa of barn.
aclcei and vcgflatlnn wclghlnK over
tiOO tons lay at tho bottom of tho
dock, f-lt is Kixteeu months ulnco tho
South Dakota wosdocked before and
(luring tha (fine ulie hau been cruis
ing for tho moat ptrt In southern wat
ers, whero.barnarlos nnd marine eg
otatlon Increase rapldl). Tho attend
hntn aVtho dock stale tint tho South
Dakota holilu thq record lu IIiIh lino
of any vessol eer docked there.
riUriaitT brought to tho port from
Kauai by tho' steamer Kin an Included
3000, uagk K. B. M. sugar, -1000 Wal
mea, 76rbngs bran. 1.0 bags taro, one
hortfe.1' Vureir Ixigan or the Klnau
icports K. 8. M t)00 bags. Whllo at
Walmea, the Klnau experienced a
ptrorigcoutlierl) nlml during a hca
TOMORUOW tho Matson Nnv I Ra
tion lines lllloulan Is bcheduled to dc
part for San Francisco with a gnncral
cargo of Hawaiian products, ncliiltn
- HhlpmeiiUiOt rice, sugar. Iimanas and
pineapples. Ilia csscl win tako a
number of passengers from this iort
THE nilTfMt pnillrAp Knni .lhr-iiiint
which Jia beyn attending tho festiv
ities at Han Francisco, Is reported b)
teiblc to, have eft tho California port
ior jaa nj ine wny or Honolulu, me
vessel will lie jiupplled with a small
fahlpment of coal nt this ixirt.
r ' r M ' '
l Hfc CABLE COMI!A&Y has been
cilvlwd oftho sailing of the schoon
er Flaurenci) Ward from Mldwaj Isl
and. ' The vescel Is bound for Hono
lulu' for 'another shipment of supplies
Tor the station In the mid Pacific.
A"WmCLI33B messago of 1138
miles from tho Pacific Mail steamer
Koroa was received by tho Kuliuicd
station on Sunday morning. Clear
veatlur, smooth. seas and light cast-
THB A-H, steamer Alaskan, from
Ban Francisco for Honolulu, Is report
ed hy cable to" have sailed front tho
California port 'on Saturday noon.
'J 'i V
THE' ARtHVALv of tho T. K. K.
Tono Mnru which" sailed from Ho
nolulu on' Oct. 19th. Is rciwrted from
Yokohama. ' .
OEXERa'l'lFnKS of cargo will bo
taken 'by Die steamer. Keauhnu. which
lc"sc.hcduleU.U IcayViqmdrrow for tho
ports of Mabukoua and Kawathae. Tho
steamer) sal.tsat noon.' ' '
C i'j a' u ftft , ,, 0
THE INTEIUSLAND stcamdr Nil-
hatijls soheduled to sail for Ilonokaa
nti(rporta.at'in a 'clocU. tomorrow mdrn-
Jlig.'.taklnc.ghccaJ lints of freight,
fa i m
ijl- V i I - y , -i v i I
" J In order to upply"the demand for
Wk Kearns9 Mince IWcat'
"forThankigiying;, it i requeited that orden be given as
a vie at vttuthl
' 'Phone iYlO.
-. -H. .-
-V M u.
Oar Cutter Is
i X f
t " i
T?vAata44ner atiJ T7ft1M
Tiaeyard St., Ewa ef Nunana Stream
THE NKV iiounnnt of CoMinodoro
Dan Krlelo of the Pacific Mnll serUcu
vns unfurled jtt the masthond of the
steamship'' China ns tho C9HI sailed
trom Honolulu fur San I ranclnco on
Sunday irioinlng. "Nlnify lnlli6m
Dan" ns he Is iiHectlonatcl known to
hlB Intlmntex In shipping circles, has
of the' Pacific Mnll licet ulnco tile
denth (t Cnpt. Senbury. Cnpt: Krlele
has been In the Pacific Mnli scr
lco (or more than fort ears. I Hi
first conitiinnd wan the old fHIo wheel
ir China, of which ho was mndo mis
ter lp lS77i Iletnicn tho old Chlm
and tho new, ho commanded tlio City
or Peking, Cits of Sdm) and Peru
nil on the China run. He made one
trip to Numo during the Klnndlko ex
citement as mister of the San Juan.
In it 1 1 his' years' of experlcntu ho hni
noer met Willi an nccldeut. Next In
leiiKtli"of Venice to Commodore Krlelo
Is Captain coder, now In commiml
of tho Siberia.
ADVICES whch reached tho port
by thu trjnspoh 'Dlx -toll of the
wrecked condltlbi or the U. S. nail
s'ippl( eteanicr supply, which ruached
Yokohama on October 9V lier to
masts liiylnu' been Inokijii nff, while
(wo of hi-r bints wore washel nway'.
It li reported tint while en her wny
from fitiam to Shnnghai the ship was
o ci taken by a storm on the Eth Inst.
tMien off tho lloiiln Islands tho wncs
were rfo high that the bridge and fun
nel wc?o continually wahcd, whlljO
her mnBts were brol.en off nnd two
boats can led away, The breaking" of
the mnsts also dislocated the wliclcss
apparatus. Slid was thercfnro obliged
to chingo her courio and mako for
Yokohnma," to umlcrgn repairs. The
Captain" siiLtnlned slluht Injuries to
hlil 'ficil. Tliu mcmbcrA or flio crow
baj that during the past twentyoears
they hnvo not cncouuteied such a ter
rific stormS t ' . .
THE U.N1TED STATE3 naval sta
tion jms been udWscd that tlio J. 8.
Cruiser Denver, which for aomo timb
past has been btatlnncd In Astatic
waters, wll return ito the Pacific
codst. Tho waresBel Is expected to
an he hofb oil routn to Sin Fran-
cltco about Iho mlddlo of tho coming
ACCOUDINQ TO"n enhb tho Cana
dian Australian finer Mnkura from
Australia lo Vancouver Is roportcd to
hno Hiulei from Brisbane on Octo
ber. 28th. The cbsc1 is dun" to m.
rlve"nt Honolulu on N'ovemb'or 9th.
Tho llrier brlug3 general cargo for
THE STEA5IEU HYADES from
San Francli.cn to Honolulu by tho way
of' Seattle htt3 arrived at the Puget
Sound 'port nccordlng to advices re
eelvert here "by Castte and Cookb tho
local' agehts for. tho Matson Navlga
I TWENTY-FOyR DAY8 WAS con
eiimcd In tho ,.issago of tho Amcrl
can schooner Aloha which salted from
Honolulu for Port Tpwnsond. Sho nr
iied there badly damaged.
THE ALAMEDA Is reported" In
cable from San Francisco as having
salfed from "Ylial" port on BatilrdfVy
noon, ono day' later than tho reciilnr
Factory 184 Hbtel.
J JV li rfj J U
-'A1. -a i tiV it -W "W-
I . V
ui.iuc iancccu uaiiers acnooi.
Think of that whea oidcring your
.W; W: Ahaifa:Co.(
68 So. King St
furjssaimimdkiikimr ettnfe. fcu miAwUtt
1" ". QlhSlPSTRrttftl-tfK
. tiiuu upuuii '
I IN FOREIGN PORTS ' ARRIVED
! . -Il.l. , J, I l.ll.. . ! .H
Monday, November 1.
YOKOHAMA Al rived Oct. 30:
3. S. Tcmo Mnru. henco Oct. 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 30:
Dutch cruiser Nooidbrabant, for Ho
nolulu. SAN MtANCISCO Sailed Oct, 31:
S. S. Alnmcln, norn, fur Honolulu,
8. S. Alucknn, fur Seattle.
A SINUUI.AK INSTANCE of tlie 1
use of oil to calm thu sea Is reported '
by Chief Officer Crescuolo of the Itnl
tnn stenmshlp AgnclloClnmpa. He
states Hint when on the mijuro from
Palermo to New York, during tho
height of n storm, heavy seas board
ed the vessel, breaking and washing
overboard 121! Imrrcls of machine
oil, the kind used for automobile.
No seas broke on board after that,
the oil continuing to drip from the
deck for nianj hnuis.
THE 8UE7. CANAL lease has been
extended till 2013, nnd In return
tho Ciiiiul Company mH three mil-,
lions sterling to Hie Egptlnn gov
ernment In addition to hwi pel tent
dividend ir milium, ho capital
of 'the tampan) liar been Inmiited
nnd Us business will be Impioved
THE AMERICAN nhlu,Mn!nn Chit
cotl. which was tuunl to tlio enti.mcu
of Hut harbor by the Aininlc-m si aim'
er Huhccrahif, !un dlscluigcd h(.' slilp
incut of crude till lit the Associate I Oil
Company plant, 1 In. Clillcott4s sched
uled to call lor n return trip to Oul j
ota tonionov piovlded thn HoKeernna
letuins from thu other Islands li thil
INCLUDED In tlio freight brought
f i oni Maul nnd .Molokal porta by Uio
I'tenmer Mll.nlnla vas 12 tralei of
chickens. 27 bilou of hides C1 srckK or
corn, i ennb of wool, 71 nckag3s of
luivlrlcH mid on drcl. n shipment of
fin liorfi. The kfnmer experienced t ilr
weather on tho uutwnrd nnd Inwnrd
IT IS EXPFCTKD that Iho Urlllsh
bhlp Itlursldo, which broiio'lit a large
Ehlpment of fertl'lzcr, will hnvo com
pleted tho work juf discharging l Hie
last or Iho week. The vessel vlll pin
iced to Pngct Sound with ennll ciign
and ballast. ,
THE AMERICAN InrUntlnc S. Q.
Wlldti fiiini San' FiancUro wllh u
genual cargo, lids gono to tho Ilnck
fold whnif to dlhchure. Tho vessel
was twenty cno da)s coming ilovvrf
from tho coihI ami met with baftlln'?
winds u portion of tho voyage,
THE PACIFIC MAIL ctcimshlp Ko
rea wlrelesHd last night that the was
steaming through coutjionsl wl.uN ond
nwellB at a distance of H80 mllea from
Honolulu All well on board.
RIGHT SAY!) WA1LUKU
(Special to tho II it I lot In.)
WAILUKU,' Maul, Oct. 29. The
discussion ns to whether the now
steQtncr of tho Mutson line should bo
called "Honolulunn" or "Honolulau"
Is also agitating tho people of Maul,
for they aro quite Interested' as to
what name oft he new Pacific liner
shall he. "Honoluluan" Is neither
Hawaiian nor English; It Is, how
over, anglicized Hawaiian. "Ho
nolulan" may be Chinese or Tlmbuc.
tcp. A marshal of the kingdom or
former )enrs would call hci "Hono-lulu-una"
(knmnnlnns of 30 )cars'
reudente would know tho reference),
nnd that would be legitimate Hu
Police OlTlcor W'ulpo plntod "Doc
tor" Alexander Uizaras under hficst
this afternoon, ho having In his pos
session n vurlgated assortment of
household' utensils nnd belongings,
the property of Kaha'e, an Hawaiian
'woman. In tho .array of artlcleB
was a pol bowl, 'some Bhlrt wnlsts.
A pillow cases, a pair of scissors. Tho
vnluo of tho outfit Is placed nt about
ten dollars by Iho owner;
The tenth nnniinl nonnunl it l.iln
II HollAwny, 'gu'urdlan'or tho property
, of FranclaH)! II Drown, havo bcon
luvu in mo vnuiuc t,ouri. mo guar
dian charges horsclf with tho Bum of
$15,393 34, nnj iiBks to bo allowed
$12.715 80 for disbursements.
Tho Inventory of tho estate bIiowb
It to bo' worth $t8(!9t5i), an Incro.iso
over 'tho preceding year s account of
Harney J(osea and William Ilccd,
Willi llimlntli'. u'nll.ln rlnn, llk 1...I,..
ous nolso during the, midnight hours
v-w ,.,,.... .... nil,, u.iiaiur
".. oumiuajr, ure UBKB11 10 Settle 8
fine, of, flvo dollars and costs b PoHcol
aiiiKimruio Aiiurnilo tills morning,
lick of funds compelled Heed to re
main In the cuctod) of the Sh'erllt.
A fluo line of wool sweaters,
gloves, kid gloves, beby ribbon
silk lisle hosiery has lust been
I to tho Convent.
' , : 'iirai,iiouii,.u) sncics or bran, and J
in inn HnnvAnl I .,nn n. ..
-Mr?! iiiern Mrfw -
Sunday. October 31.
Am bktn. S. O. Wilder, from San
1"-. ancleco; cargo lumber.
Am. sp. Marlon Chllc'ott, from On'v
loin; cargo oil.
Stmr. Keauhnu, from Ahuklnl; cargo
Slmr.Mlkaliala, from Kaunnkakil; '
Stmr. Noenu, from Hanalel anj
ports; gcu. cargo.
Monday, November 1.
II. S. A. T. Dlv, An'.cra, from Mn
ultii via Mtlkl, Japan; coal.
Cumm.ns, for Oahu ports,
Stmr. Noinu, for Knual ports; gen.
cargo, C i. in,
T. K, K. Mnnchii Mnru, for Jnn.in
ports nnd Hongkong; gen. cargo, piss.
Am. stmr. Hosocraus, towliu; ship
Clillcolt, for Oavlotn, lu ballast.
Stmr. Nlllinu, for Honok.ii nnd Pnait
I'ntij puss nnd gen. rargo, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Kiniihou for Miilniknn i nnd
Kuwnlhtio; pass nnd rcn. cari?i, not i.
Stmr. MlKahnla, for Molokal, Maul
and l.anal ports; piles and gun. cargo,
5 p m.
M. N. S. S. lllloulan, for Ban Fran
rUco, 10 a. in.
Slmr. Klmii, for Knual ports; pass
and gen. cargo, C p. m.
Stmr. Mtuma Kt-a, for Hawaii and
Mnul ports; mall, pass, and gen. car
Stmr. KemPou, for Mnhuknna nnd
Kawnlhnc; gin. cargo, noon.
Stmr. Nlllinu, for Hnnokna and Ku
l.iilhnile: g(n cargo 10 a. in.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kannl ports;
I iss. and gi li. cargo.
S. Pleludes, from Seattle,
W. fl. Hull, from Makawoli,
IT. H. A. T. Logan, from Manila, via
fatmr. Clau.lliie. from Maul poits,
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, Ironi Snn
Frniiclaco, a. in, v
( PA68EN3ERS AHRIVfcD ,
Per stmr. Kl.inu. Irom Kuual jiorts,
Oct. 31. E. A. Kniulsen, W. J, Shel
don, E. C Srnith, W, McCallMrn. Mc
Call. 11. Qiiinn, Mis. M. Oomcz and
child, John Marchnm.'C. A. Wee, San
Hen, MUs Lnm Kee, Ah HIng Wo,
Wong Mung.'Mrs1. I.uni Kee, Cnong
Hlng, Yonng Chow, V. Matsushita,
Dr. Huddy, Itev. T, Olnimura, S. Spit
zcr, Mrs. W. Hill. Wong Man. Tarn
Keiy Mis Asnno, C. Lucas nnd wlto,
J. II. Coney. T. Komatsu, O. II. Rich
rrdson, 25 deck.
Per stun. Mlkahal.i, from Molokal
nnd Maul ports, Oct. 31. Miss Mary
Ciewcs, Miss LoiiIbo Choy, Mr. nnd
Mrs. .1. K. Hlhlo, Mrs. If. K. Kcoho
Valole, J, J. Mntthovrt. J. K. Nakalekn,
Geo. P. Cooko, C. II. Cooke, Dr, Nor
gaard. Pei stmr. Mkahala, from Maul, nnl
Molokal iiorts, Oct. 31. Miss M.
Crews. J. J. Mathews, J. K. Nakalcka."
Geo. P. Cooko, C. II. Cooko, Dr. V. F.
PASSENGERS BOOKED f
Por M. N. S. S. llilonlan, for San
Francisco, Nov. 2. Mrs. Frnnk Rich
ardson, Mrs. Jack Dalch, Harry Smith,
S. A. Kd)ston, Mi. nnd Mrs. Morton
and child. Dr. and Mrs Ooodhtio, Mrs.
Mahltim, Mr, and Mrs J, M.' Hose,
Sss Tnrf, Mrs. B. Druckman, Miss
E 'Smith, Miss T Olll. Mrs. W. A.
0111 nnd ihlId,""Mrs. Jos Schwartz nnd
2 children, Mrs. Klrkaldy and child.
Mrs. J. A. Dins, Mrs. Mary Dlas, Mlsa
A. C. Rodrlguesz,
Por Btnit. Klnau fo- Kauai iorts,
Nov. 2 MIsb Damon, Mrs. O. C. Hof
ganrd. J. II. Kctchosnn, u. Waggoner
Mrs. A. Akona Mrs. J. H. Kalwl, Ulth.
op Libert. Cu t. Kleba, A. S. Downey.
1-rancls O.i)', Mm. Oay, M. Ewart.
Per stmr. Matina Koa, for Hawaii
end Maul pors, Nov. 2 J. Seiton,
Miss Sexton. V, A. Aagaardi Mrs.
Aagaard, MIes A. Mudgo, Mr. M. C.
Fontes, Mrs nooth, Miss Ward, M.
Robinson, R. pooth, B, S. Deckley,
Miss Mcftormotlf Miss W, Arnold, Js
A. Gorman, H. Horner' Mrs. Horner
A. Parsons, M. Pachcco, Peter l.ea D
Porter. Sir. and Mrs. Jno. Dockt,trom!
Per stmr. Mlkohnla, for Maul an I
Molokal iiorts, Nov, 2. MrH. A W
Judd unl ch.ld, (leo. Cooko,
" Pei stm, Mauim Loa. to.- Kona nmi
Kuu ports.-!'. Peck, nBa Rav. Mrs.
, ,V ,
er Btmr. w, n. Hnii tn
ports, Nov. 4. r. m. Sw.lnz).
ROUGH WEATHER was oncount
crod by tho steamer Nooau, which has
i"r. jbs. AffS
usva ui nuiiuncs.
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