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SONIC TEMPLE j
Honolulu Cotnmandcry Order
of the Temple.
HavJjihn Second Dcoro
1 Ml. VM13AV
Rote Crjlx Eighteenth Dcnree.
Oceanic Tl'lril Degree.
Alt visiting momjeri of ta
Order me cordially Invited to
(Henri nitrtimts at IocbI lodge
Icct on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. T. Hall
7 -CO P. M
unntue. ciiniiiEcoci wemuers oi
BEKEFIGIM. Af S-ATIOn. cinUonsor
"iiSMONY "CDOE, No. 3, L 0. 0. t,
Mftto tivery Monday evening t
sotu U O () r IHIl, Fort Btrert.
K. It. HUNDHV, Secretary.
P. D. WICKC, N. Q.
All visiting brothers very cordially
9AKU LODQE. Kt. 1, X. tf t.
Meet every Erst mnd third Frl
y evening ut 7:30 la K. ot P. Hall,
r&er Fort and Ueretanta. Visiting
etbt,Tt cordially invited to attend.
F. L. KUOKNT, 0. 0.
It. GOSLINQ.' K. R. 8.
MOKOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, D. P, O.
BlUe, meets in tholr hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even-
t3E. Visltlns UrotUors aro cordially
'svltdd to attend.
E. A. DOUTH1TT, ft. R.
II. a KASTON, Seo'y.
insoiuiD ir.niF no, r. o. x.
iteeu on thr d and 4th WRD
iiKUAY ovenlnga ot each month al
f 30 o'clock m a. of p. Hall, cornei
frilatila and Fort atreeta.
V'latl'nc Eaiclci are Invited to M
W. M. flcCOT, W., PrMt.
U. T UOORIJ, Secy.
Vol M'KmELY EODQE Ho.8, r.ofl.
Meets uvcry nd and 4tb Saturday
tvenlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1.
Ball, cor. Fort and Uerctanla. VUIt
zx brother cordially invited to at
F. St. McQUEW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. 8
flAWAIUN TRIBE, No. 1, L O.'E. M.
Meets every first and third Thuri-
Jaya of encb month at Knlghta of
' Pythias Hall. Vlcltlne brotbera cor
ilally invited to attend.
It. A. TCRRY, Sachem.
E. V. 10DD, 0. of R.
. I0R SALE AT AIL BAM
The Pintfit Bathing on the BeMk."
Heals At All Hours.
.WHTTG, IillUOES. AND' CI0A1I.
W. 0. 3EHQIN. Proprietor. .
LUNCHES and DSINXI
The most poDuiar
place in tows. ' ,
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St near Port
lack Scully. Jaok Roberts
Beer en Tap
Um Hit U for unnttord
Itr'ullQUS tr utcoritfow
C niuooai ni-ptu9o.
TiUbIih, -and not wtrlc
Cotor lolwnyu, i
Sola by UrufglatM.
Circular leoi ia roaoNl
San Franctsco Rvteh
hi I M mi
Geary Street, above Unloa (htMkra
Juil oppoilta Hottl St. taaels
European Plan M.BO a day u"
American Plan S8.00 a day uf'
Steel and Melt itructure, furnish.
Ing c,oit $300,000. High class hottl
atraodrrate rates. Center of theatre1
andrttall district. Oncarllnestraaa.
ff.tlngallorerclty. Omnibus meets'
all trains and steamers. Send fee
booklet with map of San Francis.
Hotel Stewart now recognised' aa
address, 'Trsweti.". ABO Codfj
Our Proposition Is
That you ttop paving"
rent and buy ft' home
on easy terms.
YODH CHOICE. ,
Kinsn St., near Piikoi;'1 '
0 rooms, bath, gai and '
electricity ....:... .fB.760.90
Kinj; St; bunfralow;
6 xooms, bath and
electricity; lot 60clM 2,800.00
Fifth Ave., Kaimuki;
0 rooms; lot 180x378 1,000.00
Punchbowl; 5 rooms, and
bath; only 1,700.00
F.rt St.. near School; 6
rooms; a snap 800.00
KaukinaiSt., near Lilihi:
G rooms; bath; lot
Kalihl, near King;
6 rooms; lot 60x100. 1,000.00
Kaimuki; view-of-tea both
ways; 02x137; only..
75x150, at 350.00,
Cor. lot; 70x120 1,750.00,
Call and see, onr large list.
Chas. R, Fraaqer
four ABTixnaat "'
IrTioae 371'. 181 Kbfc '
nanufsctured from purt distilled wa
ter. Oellvered to any part of etty ky
sourteeus driver. " J
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)ABU ICE ANI ELECIllc CO.
Welo. '" ' VetMno'MsV
aid' oftata. at 8Id sat
husared fa 10-Isi.Ma
W. 0. MRNMART,
lal SUraluRt a.
vrxrvwiv ---. '
ONLY taMa difak.-
tured by the
Arctic Soda Wter WorKs
CONTRACTOR and BUILDZB. iW
PLUMBING usd BALfTIKO.
Office:. Honolulu Painting Co., 881
KinxSt.jP. 0. 9os 811
HONOLULU DANCma AOADEKT'
Meets Monday and Pridar nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of ' .
0TTT BUEHESTE J,'1
New Dances va Speoia, ';'
Information' furnished by Otto
Burmetter at- WALL. NI0HOLB CO.,
King St. Telephone Store 961.
Be. 1179. ,, ...
t. iiiiiif. !! )' m 'A. ' , v r , n r r " u . -
'LOCAL AND GENERAL iffl lyMUjJ r ti
'tVbIo rdck'el'aerateh Pa'd'for aalS
at the u 1 1 a 1 1 n offle far five eenU.
I Inch thlolr, maaVvof'tw huret
drvtnts or goor payor, anrrvr a-
Tlsa HoacUilu Clothoa -Ooaaiag.Osvi
tl. L --...-. tl. - 1. irttr .
lenjimt cisrues use nniim hii-
Riooey's .Packard. Teleoiu ,
Kinc andiBeshop streets. '
OQto 1 Walkikl Inn fova tirtm
batatas'' on the beach.. Mo cora
asm sm VaHtor bathers.
Anything nsw (a th sporting Unot
AaytfclOsrlMd in t liquor line! Ton
T&ve aanumeetlfatdf the Catholic
Ladle Aid Society will be held at
4h. Con vent ai.S o'clock Friday, atter.
Coat your lratt roots wltbJ "Arabia.1:
Ton will tMPaaTDrlaari ai lis oooMaav
Feed Co agenta. ''
Tbos. F. Hotlgha ft Co, have ona of
th aneot astortmsUaof tavle wine
and liquors In th city. Call vp Phone
140 and get a trial ordty ,
Try some of' th', VfennS' BskVry's
Boston b-iwn bread and Boston baked
beso! Wlirba.dtllVejred' UTfdnea
llpc telphon'ordr. CSil np 197. '",
, Ollyf Brancjiinolekah Lodge. moots
tbln ojenlfrx'st 730 In'Odd Fbltows'
ball. A cord social will be' given, to
which all Rabckshs and Odd Fellows
ore cordially Invited. - ..
All those who wih to sail on the
Hawaii to Kioa,.I,ot-hal bettor in
form Commodore Wilder at once, as
tho llst is Ailing rapidly and there Is,
onlyv ll'mitedi accommodation,
. All athletes aro. Invited to attend
the meeting. In thrNG;H. bungokiw
which lcallcd-to dlacuss'thc propoeod
Military, tournament, Tho scheme has
hevnt taken up by. alU the different
branches ofitbe Service and promises
to bo vory 'successful.
' V. U'Wcst, who'for somo'tUno'hnji
boon, assistant bookkeeper' at' Ewa
plantation omce,.haa nn. offered and.
has accepted tho position) of. hoad
bookkeeper at Walluku. Maui: Ho will
succeed A( M'NowollJ. who ( recently
rosiRnea to lane mo posiuoaioi secre
tary to tho Sunar.'Filctorf-'AXsotlaUon.
' A' swell dinner was glvin at tho Ha
lelwaMIptol on Sattmliiy. Those1 who
were iirfesent 'at the dinner wore," Mr.
and Mrs, Mahaulu Mrc and 'Mrs. Alau,
Mr. and' Mrs; Naukan, .Mls Amy
Awal, Miss Rebecca,' Maryt MlsS Ku
Kva; mr, jonu Ainu; Bir.onra.1 nsnu
and Mr. Jos. Awal. Afterdlnner,
there was dancing on'the'blg lanal and
every one had a goodttmo, The music
both fort tho dinner and'dancfng was
lurnisnea Dy'tne'iinieiwauiee viud.
uuui i itiii new y
, Panama prices , prevail' on Panama
atn "ot VptCcKan-'if Co.' thfi week.
-,r -- --- r-- ,--
ie special- fine ibargalns are' of-
during thy sjjiri'sjilatlljAhoy
mniiaviniu' ''"' ""' "
No sales llko Kerr's' sates. The
values, are' remarkable quality-- unex
celled' In any shop.'InVtho cttyt , t
( Fofcegrowth makes' lawns' Brow
luxuriantly. Order" rrorri B. O. Hall
k Boh , corner Fort and King street!.
SoVtho stock of1 oxqulslteiart mot,
toes, hlcturcs and 'calendars' shown i In
the Arts and Craft Shop,' Fort below.'
King atrbetl ; '
Tho Wireless offlco li'boen'on Bbn-
dav mbrnlnu tromS. to10 o'clock and
earh week' shbwr an' Increase In the,
numoer oi mossaKminieu., , .- .
M Notice lglvthai Frank J.tPirry,
will not' be raanonslBle for debts eon-
'tractedjby atiyissqtnber of his family.
unless accompanied t by written 'order,
Carter's photo and library paste s
unquesllonsbly the best' lij (lie, mar,-
ket." Bold 'in', lias's 'jars,'! tube and
pencils' by Honoulu,rPbptb'8upp)y Co.
Afguarantced1 blue, serxa' suit Is Do
ing sold by the Kash Co. for twenty
dollars. , It, will boM IU color and,
shape and fuou a's.Iwelllas a suit rpr
It will nqt ba'lpng 'before tho rainy
days aro'-henvaoU ylott will want,' 4
rain-proof top for yom automobile.
The W. W. WHkhtCo...Ltd..,wUl build
U tottht wljlt and,' worsand j)d
-sltt.tirt. . '
iTHoto 1 s$fdqmf a sale jik'tbo ono
fl tho,Korr stbrC' 'The.ioqds ira al
ways new sim.?frelj; ajid the alVlbs
rauaurn, in? sioro, naa, oeen crowaea
wl(h" buyers sUdiqfJfagvthe"prccnt sa,lo
hecsusQ, the values' hayc'bcenjunusual.
11 wll- twUilBVVrdWIV,i I
j - 4
Tho following wlrelcs haa St
tt ueon received' by the agents ofttt
Sttho 8: B. Alameda: ' U
1 '"Flnov wbither. llaKt. -brl.h tt
tt'and1 smooth sea,-921'' miles. Wll!tt
K'arttvft adiir'7' nl m, BaturdoV."' tt
ail ' : 1. ' ' ' .(
imn -rri-rtnm.sf tt
r .r-sss ami ssssssi sssssm asm. .ass wwfr a, ssssssi ammm aa . mw a
I .-( Hh aS --. aS -aBara a a a. sBVamaBa 1 II II II If II Iff II II 111 UJA
asHsLmv mm-M sBasia?-Bw H tMt-mmi Km-ml assMV Ci Lm XX L tw If'' Mm JUL Sav
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t ." tf- - - . J" 1N- FOREIGN PORT I I ARRIVED. I
Wd aad ft -HMm
8. W. MUaasMptLPrty.
AHEXRb,for docking? and scrop
lug andpaltttng of a warship was
made a fo weeks ago at OtOngipo.
when the cruiser Charleston was run
Into the dry dock Den or and'her
torn scraped ana paimea in, nine nuura.
After the veAselvhad heatt placed In,
tifti btgdryndock'cleanlng was carried
on as rapidly as (ho water rcceder and
by, the time thei deck waa-crniity athesBj' competing lines hate hcadquar-
Kirro, commenced pninimn anp.ui niimi
houratho Charleston was again In the
wator'nnd under her own steam, lt'ls
the plan ot the Nay Department to
carry on'ispeed' tests with-tho largo
shins, and It Is quite likely Hint with
the arrival of the large vessel next -I
month 'their. 'coVs will bo worfd,' In
such a manner that two of tho navy's
biggest shir may bn docked cltnncd,
tmlnted) oodt launcbH again In 24
hours. Improvements arc going on at
Olongapo where the harbor Is- being
drcdkedUo an'ample depthifor tho ac
commodation of the largest naval ou
sels, and there are m oral 'new ware
houses In tho conrpo of-erection.
A DRBnniP'nnM nf thn bis Ham-
1'burg-Amorlcan liner Cleveland, which I
Is brlnslnc over pcen'hundrod round-
hc-world tourists to Honolulu, has
been rccclvod hero, showing that ves-
scl as having been built last yoar at
Hamburg, for the Hamburg-American
line, and Is, fitted up In tho most lux
urious mannvr iwigsjuiu.... ouy nan u
grow tonoag ot 1G,G90 is S89,fopt long
.has abcam or 65 reel, and a moulded
denth bt 4G fact 7 Inches. The easel
jias three decks and a sbeltor deck, and
the, finest calsm accommodations lm-
Bttinauie, ,incro seems io oc no rea
son why the Cle eland should not, go
up to thq largest of the wharves. With
no cargo on, board, ftlerely ballast for
making, her atcady. It Is not thought
that, she will be drnwlug more thnti
J8,fcet of vater.
, A FULL, CARGO of Hawaii and
Maul pTOdnetslaVrivcd nf Honolulu
this mornlng,by tho Inter-lslsnd steam
er,, ClaUdlni','' 'This vessel bryught
freight Including' 69' cords ot wood,
143-sack of charcoal, 7
70 sacks paddy,
Bsj-sacks, com, 10 barrels wine, 104
cs. bides and 225 packages sun-
drlos.On deck 0 hogs, 11 calves and
30j.hcad, of. cattle traveled. Ini state.
- , . k f . '
bC'udlno met with strong north
wind and seas on, the outward voyage
which Drovcnted tho vessel worklne
,wh1c$ prevented tho vessel working
at Laupahochoe,, while on tho inward
trip tho same sort of. weather was cn
countered ind, .c-vi-ml the, steamer-, to
pjiss up thoT piirt ot , Walluku,
CASTLE & COOKE, tho, local rcp-
Lreaen.tatlve of; the Matspn- Nflgu
lion, liner, mipnian, recivcq a, wire
;leX from' that- vessel,, layst overling
men, gave, nere position am. miles
.fstj-of Honoluju, and, steaming
through smooth, seas. with long west-
I ejrjy. swells ana; a rresn. norincasi
jwma. t wcawer-. inuiafa. to ue
squally. Everyope, on. board, re
ported p. K. ,
THE MAT80N LINK' chartered
steamer, Hayadesi Is-expected t get-
way,trorn rugst upuna pons. ior
nonoiuiu o nor aoout, rov. a, ac
cording to' the latest, advices rccelv-
ediatAthe,Bgencr,'of, Castle, A. Cooke,
the, vessel Ivbrlnging' a,' large gen
eral) cargo, ot, merchandise ' to the
will, get; ijway "ifor- Ila,wall. porta- this
cyennK,"i-accordlng to present calcula
tions of her agents. Tho vessel Is
taking a shlpment'of over flvo hun
dred! tons of fertiliser In addition to
other lines of &rgo' ,
OMB.HUNDRBO.and thirty six days
out from Hamjiurg,, tho German ship,
rum jacuvcrs aue to arrive at Ho
nolulu daily, This vessel is bringing
generSl,CB,r(ra;to,bp,sgjg9y of I,
now out one hundred and ,nlno days
from ihe port of Now York. Tho ves
sel Ib bringing a'BhIpmojjJ or general
merchandise io tho agency of-Theo. H.
pavlcs t. Co. J ""
SEVENTBBN- DAYS from Grays
HlVAVf. $e',Amrlcan schooner M. E.
ijoaier is brlngin a cargo of lumber to
lt tnqf agency ot. Alion tt uomnson.
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Our Ciiter Is
JJIlil'- , I ... '.'-J L.-'U
Uaad Traaaf n. r. ,
ZxaanUif aad Filllnf .
Viityard St. Iwa of rtunsan'StrttJSV
. steamship Lines aoritg. Tho
Uses" engaged In cargo service .be
tween North American and' Mediter
ranean ports havo reichcd an agree-
bot-'ment to put' the schedules back to
iiydk ubeir, rues uuniiK me jmi j t:ni
haying been cut' below n profitable
basis. Word of tho new arrangement
comes from Genoa, whero several of
ur. intr ucw nKa-euieiii in wiiratu
not only to readjust New York rated.
birl also to tba of. advantage to coin-
panics which make n ieclilty of
transporting cotton from Gulfports to
PAMINQER ARRIVED I
Per U. S. At T iAjgan, from Manila
la'Mailveles and Nagasaki, Npv. 4.
Mrs, T. Ki Adreon and daUKhter, E. J.
Applcgato, J i TAxton, W. C. Dabcpck.
Iiuls Dackcrman, Mrs. W. C. nnbcofk
rnd child, R, C. Ralrd W. P. llakor. C.
Hi Ball, Mrs, A, 8. Harrows and 4 chil
dren, O. C. Bartlott and wife, (L W.
Seattle, wlfo and 2 children, W. H,
Bell and wife. L. C. Ilcrlolcttc, wife and
Infant. C. M. Dlackford, Mrs. W. A.
Blalninnil',2. children, ,Mrs. 3; D. Bootes
and daiiRbtpr, Mrs. M. G. Dm who and
2 daughters, L. P. llullcr. T. I. Car
ney, M. IL Carrol, v.lfo nndson. T, W
Cnnithers, wlfo and child, A. It. Colli-
Hug and wire, T, F, Davis, wife nud
dauglitcr, Capt. N. T. Donnelly. P, 1.
Evans and Wife, Mrs, A. G, Fisher. mid
2 children, W. F. Crete, wlfo nnili 2
children, Carl B. Hard. H. A. Hcgcman
vtlfo and child. J. E, Hunt nnd wife. It.
Jackson nnd vtlfe, W.'C. Johnson. Mts.
DoW. C. Jones, W. KingR, P; Lumlj.
C. J, Llebert. Mrs. J..O. Llnlcy, J. M.
l.ockcU, T. C. l-oncrRaii, MnJ. V, J. 1
Kjster, D. Magrudcr. 8 W. Mnrtnn
W. L. Martin v.lfo and Infant. C. II.
Morrow, Mrs. 1C K. Mtlgs, A', Mi Mil
ler. J. Mi Moose, T. C. Musgrao and-
wlfo, IL O. Olson. W. L Patterson H
PeniUctmi.Jr., E. (l: Pojtou. S.'L. lllko.
If, O. Scott, H, Sharp, nu 1 wife, J. M.
Slgvorth, wlfo nnd daughter, Ji 8. Sul
livan, A. Sutcllffo W. R. S. Swartz, C.
B. Bwcczoy, Ji D. Taylor, wlfo and
child, Ji O. Ta)lor, W. Wclgcl. J. L.
Whltmeyor,. A. Q; Zlnn, MrB. A. Ml
Miller and 2 children. Mrs. W. W.
Gray and. daughter. Miss C. Clark, Hi
R,' Ebernolo and wlfo, II. Klrby, wlfo
and child; Mrs. L. C. Pock, Mrtv Ml
Pendleton and child, 'Mis. J. H S.tuno.
'John Symington, MrB., T. Pratt, Miss
B. Symington and 2 children. Mm. L
Fi Butllffi M -'
ON BUYING ORDERS
Sugar stocks Jumped Into1 tho lime
llght'lhlsraornlnK.aud moreithan ono
record was made for this season of
high prices. r
- Tho .Onomca fever Is by, no mcanB
nhing, as ,1s shown by tho salo yes
terday afternoon of a .hundred, shores
at' prlco varilng from 58 50. to 57.
Watalua also nindo a Jump to. 120 and
this morning nono was to bo had at
121, tho prlco. bid on tho Exchange
McBryde, sold la good sized lot at 4. DO
untH'all offering at that price appeared
to havo been cleaned up. A little. Olaa
came out at E.6214 and,,G.75.
Old atand-b)H llko. Oaliu and Kwa
Vent at' 33. and' 31 respectively, show
ing that, tho whole niaxlic Ib strength-,
cnlng uwler. bujlng orders that aro
Onomca Ib advancing under the con
tinued boUflf. of either increased! divi
dend Incaslo; stpek, npd Waalua' is
yfMA ftuvrtjuuiiyvt, llt iflllvuvu Ul iliu
fpcciiu, uviaena and a gonoral, lin
brosslon that, the oiullUon'of tho plan,
tatlon warrnnts.a rejular.,oim per cent
par month, after tho first of tho yonr.
WBONQ TO WOBBY.
"Everybody says the haby Ib tho
Imago of nls father," said) the proud
young mothor.' ' ' ' f
"Oh. WAll." rnlnlnRH Imp rnrmn.
JjlrUflepil "4s,lBug,B8 4ie. JIWo.ol
. r ' .---,--. .-, - .. ...,.
low Is healthy, ou shouldh't lot
that, worry you." ,
of the Mitchell Cutter's School.
Think of that, when ordering, your
W. W. Ahana Co.,
Wednesday, November 3..
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed No. 2:
S. 8. Nippon Marti, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrl ed Nov. 3:
8. 8. Nebraskan, from Hllo, Oct. :
SYDNEY Arrhcd Nov. 3:
8, 8 Aorangl, hence Oct. 10.
PORT LUDLqW Sailed:
Dk. Albert (3rd) for Honolulu.
ON THE LOGAN
llrlnglng many old nnd seasoned
campaigners In the United States
nnnvthe-trnnport Ixigan from Ma
nila by the way of MVlvelcs, nnd Nn
gasahl, Japan, was signalled off Har
bor's Point at noon today, and the
vessel drew up nt the yvnarf short
ly after 2 o'clock.
The Eighteenth Infnntry, head
quarters band, nml'cnllsted men, ore
aboard the transport bound for tho
mainland, after having served their
.third term of enlistment in tho
Philippines. Tho Eighteenth first
left the United States for alio Phil
ippines on June 14, 1898 and saw
jmich active service In those stirring
times when Agulnnldo was lending
thp Insurgent forfeit against Manila
and hcr-outlylng barrios.
Tho regiment then rcturnel to the
homeland nnd again sailed from the
United States the first of April 1D03
tictng absent from the country one
car and ten months, Tho third torn
of duty In Undo Sam's farthcrcst ami
newest possessions commenced with
th? departure from San Francisco on
October C, 1907, This time the Eigh
teenth baa been rnmpilKuIng down It.
tho wild nud unsettled parts of Minda
nao. Somq of tho ofllrerH nud men
hao participated In Ilia conquest 'i,
Moio chiefs, who, herclufuro cudeiv
orcd to terrorize tho sptrscly populal
cd rectlans of Mindanao, lt wan the
men of the Eighteenth that came to
tho rcsciio of tho distressed Davno
planters and their families during th'
rebellion of a company of Philippine
remits, who, lifter killing rocrnl ('
their nfflrcrs, rodo ocr tho Inimatlati
lclulty, of tho metropolis situated on
the Gulf ot Dniu, nnd for d.ijs en
gaged In tho reprehensible occupallor
of inking potbbots nt ccr Amoilca ,
who ventured i outHldo tho ci.tabllahoi
lines of i the fortification.
Tho Eighteenth Ih tho first of thlrt
infantry rcglmentH lo cnmpleto throt
ncpnrnto tours of duty In tho Philip
pines, Tho officers aro well kiriun
and well' liked in army circles. Col
cnel'Duvlr. Is tho ranking officer. The
coldlorly lwarlng nf tho unlisted met
plainly Indicates -thut they li:nc sect
txtouik'd scrvlco In America's now pu
, Tho Uigau sailed from Msnlla nil
October II. Tho vessel was obliged
to go Into quaruntlno nt MnrUeles foi
tvient)-four hours, where ull passen
gcru savo tbosp traveling In the cabin
wore sublcctuil to inspection nnd tbeii
iversonal effects vtcro fumigated. The
transport cleared Marlvelea mi Octpbci
15 and iu six dna time arrived ut Nil
(.'asahl, Japau and there timk on n ship
incut of coal, Tim vessel icninliicd al
H19 Jnpancao port for two days before
taking her departure for Honolulu am'
Snn Francisco. Tho Ixigan Is supplied
with a wliclcas apparatus which Ir
capable of kpoplng tho steamer In
touch with land stations for n great
distance. Kahukii was In coinmunlca
tlon with, the army boat for soicia
I Among tno prominent passengers 11
First, Lieutenant C. II. nail of tho 5ti
inrantry, who having been held over
for tho completion of coitaln topn
graphical work in tho Islands. Is now
rejoining' his regiment. Lieutenant
Ball Is recognized as atopoKtarhcr ol
excellence In army elides nnd hit
work, has mot with merited uppiccla
tlon from his superiors.
Cnptnln U. T. Donnelly, of tho Klrel
Flold Artillery and nlde-de camp lo
General Dm all, is on leave of absence
lo station In tho Philippines along
about Clirlstnma time.
Captain A. M. Miller, n qiiartermas
tor in charge of land transportation In
the Philippines, Ib going home. He
wns ordcrod relieved from tho Philip
plue division much to tho 1 egret or
his nssoclutos In Iho servlco.
t Tho Ixigan Is bringing a number f
civilians to tho United Btntcs, prom
Inent among which Is M, Diow Caircl
who has boon appointed Lieutenant
Governor of Porto Rico.
Carrel went to the Philippines soriio
jears ago as chief, cleik to Colonel
Georgo R, Colton, who had assumed
tho direction of, th0 Philippine Bureau
of Customs, Currel had1, previously
been nssnclulod with Colonel Colton
whllo that official was In phargo of
thy Amorlenn Interests In )ho !!'-) 'of
Pines conrovcisy and laior served ns
collector ot customs at Hnnlo Domtn
go, Carrel Jolnod Colonel Colton nt
Manila and was elevated to tho popl.
tlon of deputy survcor of customs at
tho port of Manila, Colonel Colton
lins Ju8t been rovvnrded b President
Thursday, November 4,
tr, 8.- A, T, Ixigan, from Manila, via
Ktmr. Claudlnc, from tinul ports,
SAIL! NO TODAY
Stmr. W. Ot Hall, for.Kauat ports;
1 ass. ana gen. cargu, "
U. 8. A. T. Logan, for. San Fran
cisco, possibly ft p. m.
8tmr. Claudlnc, fur Maul ami Ha
waii ports, S p. m i
Stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Kona anil Kau
Iiorts; pars and gen. cargo, 5 p. ni.
1. M. 8. 8. Manchuria, froiu Hong
kong and Japan ports; pans , mall and
P. M. 8. 8. Manchuria, for San Front
Cisco; pass, mall nnd geil. cargo, f
P. m. .
O. 8. 8. Alameda, lSowdcll, from San
Stmr. Mnuna Ken, from Hawaii und
Mnul xrt3; pass and gen cargo, a. m
Dutch cruiser Noordbrabant, from
Stmr, Klinu, from Kauai ports; pass
and gen rirgo.
Stmr. Mtkiihuln, from Molukat po'ls;
1'jcs nnd sen cargo.'
C.-A. 8. S. Makurn, fimn Australian
ports; pass nn I gen. cargs.
I 8AIL MONDAY f
Stmr. J. A. Ciimmns, for Oahu portr.
SJmr. Iwalanl, for Kauai ports; ncu
cirgn, C p in.
! ; ft
Per steamer Clnudlno from Hn
vvnli nnd Mnul Mrts: Mrs. C.
Ilrown, W. A. Hnrily, Mrs. Amlrnda,
Mrs. A. F. Andcrxon, Miss C Kit
Ico, II. S. Simpson, Mrs. Simpson,
Mh M. Cumnilngs, E. A. Mederios.
V. C. Moore, 11. II. Davis, Mrs. Dick
ens and four children, Mrs. Vim,
Damiu nud two children, A. X.- ll.i-
scldcn, Mis. ll.'OKclJilcii, M. F. I'r.ii-I
Ver, C. J. Olacn, II. T. llnseldcn.
Per stmr, Muuuti Loa, foi Komi and
Kau ports, Nov. 5 Mro. F. Gomez. P.
Peck, Rov. A. 8. llakcr. Mm. Rny, Mrs.
Robinson, Dr. Dei by, MYu.'Gco, Rolxirt
ton and 2 children.
Per Btmr. W. a. Hall, for Kauai
ports. Nov. 4. F. M. Swmiz). T. C,
DovIcb, C. A. Rico, Dr, Alnka.
Per stmr. Kln.iu, for Knuul imrtu,
Nov. !). R. Qtilnu, It. A. Ketrns, Mr3.
II. I). Baldwin.
Per stmr. Clnudliio, for Maul portii,
Nuv. 5 MIbb Dlackburii, J. S, tlr.ici Si
G. W. Lucas. 1
Molls aro due at Honolulu from
points aa follows:
an Francisco Per Alameda. Nov.
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Nov. U".
Vancouver Por Mnrnma, Nov. 13.
Colonies Por Makurn, Nov. 9. '
Malls will dopart for tbe followltif
limine as louons;
San.Franc'eco Per Mnnchurla, Nov. (f
lYoKonama Per Nippon Mnru. Nov. It.
Vancouver Per Mokura, Nov. 9,
Colonies Pqr Mamma Nov. 13.
; Experiment With Moat In th$
Prone'i nrmy tho eighteenth corps U
pxperlmcntlng with Inlf-ssltel moats
It Isjivpeil to render tho uso of canned
Tieats In tho army less of n neceislt)'
BBfr- BULLETIN ADR PAY
Taft, and mndo Governor General of at
Porto Rico and ho has rccoiumcmleil
tho appointment ot Carrel us his chlilf
.aid and assistant. Carrel takes tho p8
clllon vacated by Secretary Vlllou,tii
by, who has been appointed aSlHtiiu
director ot tho Fcdeial census buriyiij
with headqtiartors nt Washington
Ih taking, bold ot his now post, Cm
rcl is following in tho footBteps (
Uenkman Wlnthrop, who at no vet
distant dutu was Guvurnor General 1
Porto Rico. Carrel Is u young 111:1
nnd has boon Identified with tho mc
boas expansion of American terrlloi
from Its inception. Ho served in Cub,
having boon connected with tho 11
,roau of IiiBiilar Affairs. Ho haH b-'
a resident or tho Philippines bIiico tl
latter part of 1907. He has tho horn
of having been tho highest paid chli
clerk In tho 1'lilllpplno civil service
The Logan will bo given" n pinnni
dispatch by tho locaj quartcrinasti
department Tho vossol Is expert
to sail for San Francisco early ki
llmo tnnlght. Onfy 11 few mssenxei
can u accommodated on tho vos
ns hor cabin Is filled to overflow In
with the (illlccrs of the retnrnln
Eighteenth ns well ns those civilian.
from iho I'lilllpplno son Ico who ar
entitled to trnn.ipnrtn.tlon on tho arm.
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