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Honolulu Cemnundcry Older
of tho Temple.
liwallan Saoonri Cc(,io
Rom Croix Einhtcerth Dcnree.
Oceanic Third Degree,
All visiting inombers ot th
Order are cordially Invited to
ttWifl meetings o( local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
ut K. P. Hull
7 30 P. II.
MARINE ENGINEERS' inCT,Al. !
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, aaVicr.s cor
AM0NY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
30 tn I. O O F Hall, Tort Street.
E. 11. HENDRY. Secretary.
V. D. WICKS, N. O.
Air visiting brothers very cordlaUj
OAfiU LODQE, go, 1, X. of I.
Ueet overy first and third Frl
iay Toliie at 7.30 In K. of P. Hall,
writer fort and Ucretanla. Vlsltlnx
rotlien cordially Invited tu attend
F. I. NUGENT. C. C.
It. G03L1NO. K. R. 8.
EONOLULU LOBGE 010, B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodga No. C16, D. P. 0.
BlUs, mciu In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Vlutlng Brothers aro cordially
tnvlted to attend
- B A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
i H U. EASTON, Bec'y.
HOLULB AEMF HO, P. 0. X.
ftteel un the d and 4th WHD
4ESDAY evenings of each month at
f.SO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Vtbltlng Eaglet are Invited to ai-
W. M. McCOT, W., Prtst.
K. T MOORE, flecy.
IFk. M'KJNLEY J.ODOE Ho.8, X.ofJ.
Mcts every Ind and 4tb Saturday
ttnlDB at 7.30 o'clock in K. ot V.
flj.ll, cor. Fort and Ileratanla. Visit
log brntbere cordially Invited to sl
ued F. M. McOREW, C. 0.
K A. JACODSEN. K. R. 8
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet every Qrat nnd third Thurs-
lays of eicb mouth at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Hilly Invited to attend.
L. A. PEttllY, Sichein.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
PW i ! ! i I i
FOB SALE AT AIL BA1I
'The Finest Bathins on the Beach."
Meals At All Houn.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIOAItl.
w. u. sekulh. rropnetor.
v L U N 0 H E B tnd DRIHXt
Jw- . . .
ine nost popuinx
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
(Jack Scully. Jack Kobtrts
.jTerald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. M Jighe & Co.,
101-105 KII,0 ST.
'PKON'F. 10 P 0 EOX
Beer on Tap
Gear; Street, above Union Squire
Jutt opposite ilottt SI. Fiiiclt
European Plan S1.B0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick itrueiurt, furajian.
lnpcoitS300,OOO. High class hditl
atmoderate rate. Center of theatre
fcrrlngallovtr city. OtnnibuamMt
all traini and steamers. 8m for
booklet with rnapot San Franclso.
Hotel Stewart now racogalaed aa
Hawaiian iiiananaaaqua ran. wibw
addrcst, 'Trawtrs." AB C Ccda.
Our Proposition Is
That you stop paying
rent and buy a homt
on easy tennt. v
Kinau St, near Piikol;
0 rooms, bath, gas and
Kins St-! bungalow;
0 rooms, bath and
electricity; lot 60x120 2,800.00
Fifth Ave, Kalmnkii
G rooms; lot 126x372 1,600.00
Punchbowl; 5 roomi and
bath; only 1,700.00
Fort St., near School; 0
rooms; a snap 800.90
Knukina St., near Lilihl:
G rooms; bath; lot
Kalihi, near King;
0 rooms; lot 50x100. 1,000.00
Emma St , near Vine
yard; G room and
Kaimnki; view of sea both
ways; 02x137; only..
75x150, at 350.00
Cor. lot; 70x120. . . .... 1,750.00
Call and see our large list.
Chas. R. Fraarier
JTOUR ADVBMISEM. ,.
lAione 371. lit Xing' 81s
nanufsetursd, from pure dlttlllad wa
er. Oellyored to any part of elty ky
Ul!l ICE AND ELECTIIC CO.,
awalo. Talvphon SM.
and of&Mt 'at' 2o pm
hnmdrtd in 10-lb. Uti
W. O. BARNHART,
1SJ Merohant bC
ONLY Uble drink. Kannike-
tared by the J
Arctic Soda Water Works
CONTRACTOR and BuTLDEH.
PLUMBING end PAlBTDfO.'
OBce: Honoluln Painting Co., S1
Kin: St.; P. 0. Sfix 911 .
HONOLULU DANCTNO1 ACADEMY
Meets Monday andJFridaT nights at
1 3:30 o clock. Kilohana Art Leagne,
I under the direction1 of
I OTTO BURME8TER.
New Daaces a, Specialty. .
! Information fufnmhed by Otto
Burmetter at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
uurmesier at wal
no Store 301.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
1 Call and eWMli Pfttu'a at ths Ba
Far aa eaay-rlolng oar, Jerry
nooavy's Packarl. Tli)hoaa 6t9,
King lid BliW atrMtil.
A demurrer has been filed by ltrn
Wo SIiir to tho complaint In tho suit
brought by UuTSheb.
Fritz Koolllnft. timekeeper at the
Pitcldc Suear Mill. Kukulhaelc. Is In
town on n nlibrt vncRtfbn. !" f
Anything viw U titf Wtift Ub1
Anything goid la thi'tiitAr UlUt Tm
an find It aC'Ttt'Two lacaV "
Nothing further had' been''d6no ut
till I o'clock (oday ns regards another
match between1, Reltly nn'J Ovillcnr
U T.n waiVi anod lok'doai'oa'ai
auto or sarrlai Uk UaiwalU
Carriage MffT Ca. 4S7 qntWlt'
mere mil do a general rounaup
of Y. M. C. A. members' on Nove'm
bcr 4 at tho" homo of tho association?
Tho question reserved for tho Su
preme Court In tho estate of Antono J.
IOper was submitted on briefs this
morning!; v ), ." ".
For tha bast aatanaobJli sarvloa. rtala
for J. A. Melod. Mvaatid'TtiaaJii.
nyer. TaJepkona ei, andacxaaVsat
Auto'ttaad. " "
Coat rair Iron' rooai wlti Arakla
To (wtafc larpraMl alMU eallag
and priiarvatlva proBmrtiaa) California
Tho recent rains hao been Inter
foring with many "afternoon tennis
games, nnd( tho enthusiasts aro sorely
put to it iorw exercise.
Next Saturday at, Alexander Held
the ftinahou and High School football
teams will meet, and It looks as If tho
Oahu College, boys 'should win.
Tho usual moonlight batting parties
have been 1 ncvldcnca during the past
week, and a largo number of swimmers
nro alwajs out on tho surf boards.
A discontinuance has been filed by
Attorney A. O. M, Robertson, attor
ney for L. h. McCindlcss,. against the
Oahu Railway & Land Co, action tu
A. general denial to tho allegations
in tho complaint hns been filed by the
defendants In the suit brought by the
Territory ngalhst M'clllo C. Hustace ct
al, action In ejectment.
An action for dlvorco on tho
grounds nf desertion hns been brought
by James Pearco against Gladys
Pcarco. They vtero nnrrled In Hono
lulu In 103 nnd hi' nnn child
Senator Paliner Woo'ds, from'Hnwall.
arrived at Honolulu thli morning aa'a
roasenger In the steamer Mayna Loa
He comes hero to participate In tho
special session of tho legislature.
At llio Hnlclna open golf tourna
ment the second best net score wns
made by W. jC Klnnoy, vho did Iho
rounds In 74. Thethird best net nent
to J. D, Gaines with a acoro of 74,
Tom' Sharn has' filed1 a notlco of a
materialmen's lien against Harry Wer
ner, John Doo Lockbaum and Joseph
Kubc). Sharp claims a llen'of $105 SO
for viorli dono on tho "Human Rou
lette." Those members of the Town football
team who happen tn bo also members
of tbo N. O. II., practico football oven'
night I ntho drill shed. The men find
that they can do real good work of on
evening and tho idea Is catching on
An automobile, the property of Vic
tor Kurd, was somewhat damaged
while traveling down Deretanla' street
last cvenlnc. Near the Intersection
nf, Alexander streot tho' ychlcle suf
fered damage to a tiro and beforo It
could bo stopped a front axlo was put
out of business.
Court Officer Fred W. Weed, an ac
commodating official at Judge An-
drado's court at Pollco Station, was
obliged t otako to hla bed this morn
ing. Weed Is suffering from an ag
gravated, at tack iff lumbago. His phy
slclan'expects"that ho will bij ablo to
resumo'lils'dutlcs'' with'tn a few days.
Annlo Necdham, a resident of Ka
kaako'B congested nrcclncts. faced His
Honor at P.olfco Court, this morning
Villi a charBo"of disturbing tho quiet
of an otherwise pe'aceful night,, Tito
young woman coyly admitted that sho
nuu imiuigefi too irceijr in inixoa ucy
eragea of Honolulu's boweryand had
no recollection of' whit' follow od. Sho
uiuw nireo uuiiars auti ino (rimming
r Dunn's Ha't Bhop IsBhowIng a very
flnp" lino' of now veils' and veilings
which have just'arrive'd.
A carfoad ot tho' celebrated A. 11. C.
beer has Just been received by w. C.
Peacock' & Co, direct from tho east
All tho work at the French Laundry.
2S8 Deretanla Btfeet, la dono by hand
and tho groatest cara Is exercised at
every stage' insuring a perfect finish.
A beautiful 'lawn should be tho prldo
of ovefy home.1- '"Forcegrowth," tho
wondortul forljilior, will soon make
jour lawn a rich, luxuriant green. Sold
)by K O, Hall & Son,
Jordan's raelM9h success that
.thp'flfm dally advertises for six more
salesladies, T? Bforp was thronged
j Qsterday with, women shoppora secur
ing some of the rare bargains offered.
t Ve SMipikm ' ' Xe Bt.
I Ao AJl .A4Btt,l0:iTatig.BiiiBli.'
Babar'al fcir...! ' . ,
WmI m Om'- rvnt w
CAPTAIN B. V. O UlLICK la now
in command of the Great Northern
liner Minnesota, according to advic
es received here by the transport
Dlx. Capt. tinrllck was" for many
years, masto'r of' the steamship, Tre
mont! which formerly ran between
the west const and Manila, but
which" wns Inter purchased by tho
grfyernmont'nDd plared on tho Pan-ainn-New
York run as a transport.
Capt. Ravens wW was hrst officer on
the Minnesota on tho last trip of
that steamer to Manila, succeeded to
the command of the vessel through
the'' death of Capt Roberts, then
commanding, Just out of Nagasaki on
tho outward voyage, Mr. Rnvens
action In refusing to come Inside tho
breakwater' at Manila, nnd his stand
taken" In' the matter through corre
spondence to a' Manila paper brought
him before the public In a ery un
' ;MAIL ADVICES from Yokohama to
the managlment of the Grot North
ern SteamVMp Company tell of some
now wireless records nnd feats of tho
Btca'mshTp Minnesota on her present
oyago. The operator aboard tho Mln
nesota'waa In communication with tho
r?ngllsh' fleet en route to San Francisco
when tho boats were 3628 miles apart.
This beats all records for transmission
between boats at sea. AL tho time this
record was mado tlio Minnesota was
000 miles olf Capo Flattery and tho
Drltlnli fleet was onn day out from Yo
kohama. On thla Banio trip the Minne
sota was In communication with, the
Honolulu station six nights In succes
sion. For thrco nights the Minnesota
operator was In communication with
the Nome. Alaska, station, and was
able to get all Iho news events of the
world from that sounc.
A WIRELESS message from the Pa
cific Malfstcamablp Koren received at
the" Kahuku station last night an
nounced that vessel as steaming
through moderate bcos and swells,
light southerly winds and cloudy
weather. Her distance was placed at
18M miles from Honolulu nnd tho op
erator stated thtn communication with
Japan would bo had this evening.
THE AIIOLITION by the P. & O.
Company of that old-fashioned In
stitution "high tea" for second class
passengers on their mall and Inter
medlafo boats should prove a de
cidedly popular move. Henceforth,
luncheon will bo served at 1 o'clock
and dinner In the evening to both
first and second class passengers,
SUOAR, CANNED PINES, bananas
and general Hawaiian products wcrp
Included In tho cargo' forwarded to the
Coast by tho Matson Navigation liner
Hlionlan, which loft her wharf at 10
o'clock .this morning, A number of
passengers'" sailed Jot San Francisco
by jthQ ateamer,
THE!' PACIFIC MAIli liner Man
thurla, from Hongkong -via Japan
.ports, Is expected to arrlvoat ttyj port
Xalda.. '' .....I I. ltMnslni. wmn
oral cargo and should sho arrive on
schedule, she will bo dispatched for
San Francisco at G o clock Saturday
THE AMERICAN schooner AIlco
Cooke Is ovldently retaining' her past
reputation, for long passages down
from the North Pacific coast. The ves-
fol la" out thirty-two days from Port.
Ludlow. Sho Is bringing a shipment
tot lumber to the agency of Lowers &
THE LURLINti of tho Mntson lino
has been taken 'across tho bay to tho
United Engineering Works, to undergo
minor repairs and 'alterations, and Is
scheduled tn sail from Howard street
8 for Honolulu today. As usual, tho
LurJIno will tnko a big cargo. Exanv
THE HRST of" the 'year' the contem
plated twelve-day schedule ibetwecn.'
Hllo and tbo mainland hy the Amort
can Hawaiian line will jiribably go In
tu effect, Uy this serVlco tho sugar
crop of tho coming year will bo handled,
nrm.gnen speedy transit to tno coast.
Our Cotter Is
Tliayard Bt In tf BiSaM Btnaki
THE KIYO MARU was launched
from tho Tatngnml slips of tho Mltsu
Blshl Dockard & Engine Works Oct.
10. The naming of tho c'sscl nnd
the ceremony of releasing her from
tho slln was performed by M. Horn,
superintendent of TojoKlscnKal
shn. The" function wns'dlstinctly a
private one; no Invitations were Is
sued to the public ns on former oc
casions, nnd those present consisted"
of omclals and others connected with
the vessel. Tho keel of Hie oil tank
steamer Kljo Mnru was laid down on
March 4, 1909, nnd, according to
contract, she Is to be delivered to
the Toyo Klsen Knlshu, for which
she Is being constructed, In Decem
ber next. Her dimensions, etc, on
completion, according to specifica
tion, will be: Length, 470 feet,
beam 68 feet G Inches, depth 41 feet,
gross tonnngo 9,320 toln, horse
power 3,009, speed 12 knots. En
gines, triple expansion (ono set sin
glo BcT-ew), Holler) four single-ended,
How-den's forced draft,
ONE HUNDRED AND B1XTY pas
sengcrs nrrhed fiom Kona and Kau
ports on Hawaii this morning by
tbo (nter-lsland steamer Mauna Loa.
This' csicl brings n large general
cargo, Including 5,782 sacks II. A. C.
and 2,400 sacks It, sugars There
Is also on tho frejght list .106 Backs
coffc, 78 sacks taro, 24 Barks benns,
9 sacks ginger, 4 sacks pcanutB, C
sacks potatoes, 94 bunches bananas,
16 boxcajlsk, 2f crates oranges, 10
crates pears)' 20 cns'ea pineapples, CI
bunches sisal, 23 cases preserves and
138 packages sundries. On deck the
Mauna Lo brought 30 head cattle,
11 calves, 72 hogs nnd 22 crates of
CHRISTMAS GOODS nnd toys were
Included In tho shipment of about six
thousand tons of general carg6 which
arrived at Honolulu today by the
American-Hawaiian charturcd steamer
Pleiades. Tills, vessel sailed from Se
attle on October 21 and met with'
rough woathcr the greater portion of
tho trip down to the Hawaiian islands.
Tho Pleiades brought flvo sapks of
man. ono is uiscnargiug ni me ran
FIFTEEN JAPANESE Boamen on
the Ilrltlsh bark Howard D. Troop,
loading grain at Portland, went on a'
Btrlkcon October 7 nn'' for "mo n
mutiny seemed Imminent, Their nl
leged grievance was Improper feeding.
Tho Japanese Consul, Y, Numano, wai
called In as arbitrator and settled tho
THE 8TEAMER Mann-i Loa nrrlv
Ing from Konn nnd Kau rorts this
morning experienced strong winds
and hoavy abas along the Kau coast
and heavy swell and light trntlta In
crossing the channel. Tho steamer
Llkeilko wns reported n( Honokna
discharging1 freight ut the time the
Mauna Loa sailed for Honolulu
FIVE THOUSAND flvo hundred
sacks of'K. 8. M". sugar is duo to arrivo
at Iho port tomorrow morning by the
Inter Island steamer W, O. Hall, from
Kauai ports. The Hall will sail on a'
return trip to tho Garden Island on
Thursday at 6 p. ni.
THERE IS a shipment of saw mil-
Jlng machinery destined for Hoopulon
which left by tho Intor-Island stcamci
Keauhou at noon today. The osspl
alro had general cargo for various Ha
PURSER PRIELE of the steanier
Mauna Loa loports 624 sacks sugar
at Honoapo and 250 sacks sugar at
runaiuu awaiting smpmeni nt mo
tlnio ot tho departure of tho vessel
.Fifteen days froui dpys Ha'rlmr, tho
'Amorjcan schoojirr M. E. Foster It) en
routc-'to Honolulu wjjh a, shlppient of
lumocr iu ino agency 01 Alien & itou
THE AMERICAN schooner' Oceania
Vanco, with a shipment of lumber for
HIJn, washout sevouteen daya, fiom
of the Mitchell Cutter's School.
Think of that when ordering your
W. W. Ahana Co..
62 So. King St." No Branches.
T IN FOflklGEH POUT , . I I RRIVID I
- f ' ' - - - ' p
Tiift.Hat. Navftmbsr 2.
BAN FRANCfSCO Sailed Nay. 2:
S. S. Nlpon Maru, 2 p m for Ho
nolulu. 8AN TRANCISCO Sailed No. 2:
8. 8. l,urllno" 1 p. in , for Honolulu.
KURBKA Balled No"&
lit a r! Atlnn. fnr tlnn'oltilu.
(locrhor Frcnr's messatft to tho
Legislature In special session Is con
sidered a rcmarknbly strong and ex
cellently written documont. Some
of the most striking" paragraphs aro
"There Is no higher or moro re
RiHinslble iiolltl.cnl function than
that of shaping fundamental law."
"Tho occasion calls with peculiar
force for tho settlement of local dif
ferences of opinion nt homo nnd tho
nrcsontntlon of n united front to
"In n matter of so great moment,
divergencies of opinion must bo ex
pected. Hut practical kenso requires
that Individual views should yield
within reasonable limits to what Is
regarded generally ns beat for tho
"Wlidom, patriotism nnd thi
spirit ot progress forbid that opposi
tion to what Is good as far ns It goes
should be persisted In merely be
cause It docs not seem to go fur
is mm THEME
Tho telephone agreement which
was submitted by the local hello
company raised a prolonged nnd
stormy discussion nmong the Nati
ons members of the Hoard ot Super
visors Is a mutter that will occupy
tho nttcntlon of a joint meeting of
a selected commlttco from tho Mer
chants' Association and the city nnd
county soliiiis Tho conference hut
been culled for 3 o'clock this after
noon. The proposed agreement
which the telephone people endcav
ored to put through, but which was
balked by five Supervisors, may bo
gone Into at considerable length.
NOT ON THE BILLS.
William .Prestige of the Orphcum
Theater appeared n( , l'oiico court
thjs morning bringing;'' charges
against Kcoln, nv Hawaiian" youtli
who has a penchant' for raising dls
tu'rbnnccst'ln jiubllc places. During
the pcrforpianco at'.,tio plnyj houso
Keola, become, pbstrcpci pus njul en
deavored t,o .ntfroct more ot nls,sharo
of, the spoi, light'' which generally
fulls t'th'eiot of tho" performers.
ThoHawajinn, became ubuslye jn his
language", to' tiio management nnd
was placed under arrest. An Inspcc-'--
j ,,- j ... .
uqnoi w)0j,rc,cnra 01 -mo accusou
nnnfiii Ln.nmi i.ini. .rtnka nn.i
Judge Andrnilej sent Kcoln to tho
No material damage vas sustain
ed by the Intoi-lsland steamer Keau
hou, which wns fouled by tho Mat
son Navigation liner Hlionlan as the
larger vessel was leaving her berth
at tho Matson wharf for San Fran
cisco this morning.
The Keauhou was lying nt tho
Wulklkl side or tho Intor-Island
wharf loading for Kawalhao nnil
Mahukona prior to her departure nt
noon for the Hawaii ports. In back
ing' out o fthc hnrbor tho Matson
steamer created a "back waBh," tho
ciirront being sufficient to part n
lino of tho coasting vessel. The
prompt uso of fondcrs pro; en ted ser
ious mishap to either vessel.
BACK TO THE'HOME FOR HIM.
An aged Hawaiian, an Inmate of
the Lunalllo Homo, left tho confines
df tho refuge yesterday)) nd meet
ing vflth some friends, departed from
tho patlm of Bobrloty, a'nd in conso
n 11 en co ot his reunion found lilmscU
In tho clutches of the 'police, with n
Llinrgo 0? drunkenneas placed
against his name. - Judg'o An'drade
gavo the old man some good advice
at police court this morning and
urged the necessity of employing
haste In returning to the home and
staying theio .leaving the putsutt or
pleasure In Honolulu to younger and
Precis manufacturers, havjo been usk
ed to mako bids on uressos for tho
government which vflll print 800000,
000 postal cards a yoar
Monday, November 1.
A.-H. S.-B. Pleiades; from Saattle,
gen. cargo. t (
s Tuesday, November 2.
Stmr. Mauna l.a. from Kona nnd
Kau iKiris; ipasu, gen,-cargo.
Ttsday, NjYi-mlei '.'.
M. N.' 8. S. Hlionlan, for San Fran
cisco, 10 a. m.
, Stmr, Mnuna Kca, for Hawaii ana
Maul ports; mall, pass,'' and gsn, car
Stmr. Nllhou, for Honokaa and Pnnu
linu; pass and gen. cargo', 10 a. in.
Stmr. Kcnuhou, for Mahukomi nmt
Kawalhao; pass and gen. cargo, ii'mn.
M. N, S. S. Hlionlan, for San Fran
cisco; pass , gen. cargo.
T. K. K. Manshu Marti, for Jaoiu
I oris; transit cargo.
Stmr. Mlkahala, for Molokal, Maul
and Ijinal iiorts; pass and gen. cargo,
S p. in.
Stmf. Klnnu, for Kauai port; pass
and gen. cargo, 6 p. tn.
T. K, K. Manchu Maru, for Japan
ports and Hongkong; gen. .cargo, paaa.
Am. stmr. Rosecrnns, towtaK shit
Chllcott, for Gavlotn, In ballast.
W. O. Hall, from Makawcll,
U. 8,. A. T. Logan, from Manila, Tin
Stmr. Claudlne, from Maul porta,
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai porta;
1 ass. nnd gen. cargo.
Stmr. Claudlne, fur Maui irnit Ha
waii ports, c p. m
Stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Kona nnd Kau
Iiorts; imps and gen. cargo, C p. m.
P. M. S. 8. Manchuria, from Hong
kong nnd Japan ports; pass, mall and
gen enrgo.. ,
P. M. 8. H, Manchuria, for San Fran
r!ro; pass,' mall and gen, cargo, S
O. 8. 8. Alameda, Dowdell, from Ban
Francisco, n. ra.
Stmr. Mauna Kca. from Haw nil and
Maul iiorts; pass and gon cargo, n m.
.Dutch, cruiser Noordbrabant, from
Per stmr. Mnuna I-oa, from Konn
nnd Kau ports, Nov, 2. A. O. Sloll,
Mrs. Stoll, W. A. Io. Mrs. Ivoo.
Miss O. Cooko, Mrs. G. F. Cartw right.
W. F. Wilson, R. R. Elgin. Palmor
Woods, C. K. Stlllman, J. Reld. L. Kirk.
Patrick, D. K. Ilaker, J, Castor. J.
Morse, M. Frear, A. W. McCabo, W. C,
Achl, J. Coerpcr, R. Lister, Mm. J.
Yates. J. P. Ixioney, T, C.' Whlto Mls
B. Lifter, .Mrs. D. Mahale, H. K. Schol
field. M. Campbell, E. n. Carloy. W. P.
Robinson, A. V. Peters, Jas. Cooko.
Per M, N. 8. S. Hlionlan. for Ban
Francisco, Nov, 2 Mrs. Frank Rich
ardson, Mrs, Jack Ualch, Harry Smith,
8, A. Kcyston, Mr. and Mrs. Morton
and child. Dr. and Mrs. Ooodhuo, Mrs.
Mnhlum. Mr. nnd Mrs, J,, M. Hose,
Miss Tarr, Mrs. E. Dmckman, Miss
E. Smith, Miss T. qill, Mrs. W. A.
Olll nnd child, Mrs. 40a. Schwartz and
2 children, Mrs, Klrk'aldy nnd child,
Mrs. J, A. Dlas, Mrs. Mary Dins, Miss
A. C, Rodrlguesz.
Per stmr. Kinau fo- Kauai ports.
Nov. 2. MIbb Damon, Mrs. (1, C, Hof
ganrd. J. 11. Kotelioson, II. Waggoner,
Mrs. A. Altona. Mrs J, H. Kalwl, Hlsh
op Libert, Capt. Klebs, A. 8. Downey,
Francis Gay, Mrs Gay, M. Ewart.
Por stmr. Mauna Kon, for Hawaii
and Mau porta, Nov, 2 J, Sexton,
Miss Bexton, V. A-) Angnnrd, Mrs.
Aagnard, Miss A. Mudgo, Mrs. M. C.
Fonlea, Mrs. IlooOi. Miss Wnrd It.
Robinson, II. Booth, 13. 8 Rccktay.
Miss McDormott. Mlsa W. Arnold, J.
A. Oorman, R. Horner. Mrs, Hornor,
A. Parsons, M. Pncheto, Peter Loo D.
I'nrtcr. Mr, and Mrs. Jno lleckstrom,
Por Btmr. Mlkahala, for. Maul and
Molokal ports,lNov,''iSlni,.A. W.
Judd nnd child, Oau, Cooke. -
Per stmr." Mauna Loa. for Kona and
Knit, ports. P. Peck, Mlsa Ray, Mrs.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Krtiul
ports, Nov. 4 F, M. Swnpiy, T, C.
A TTHE RATE that tho cdnslgn
imnt of Mllkl, Japan, coal Is mnvln
out of .tho Ifnltcd Stales'nrpij trans
port Dlx, that vessel will get away
for Seattle on or about Saturday. Tho
vosBons leaving four hundred" tons of
me ruei nt Honolulu. Apportion of tho
- lcoal h pronounced a supmlor quality