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EVENINC1 BOLLfcf m. HOUOLOLP, t! H.. 8ATUTIDAY. NOV. C, 1901.
I Hawaiian Stated.
Honolulu Commandcry Order
of the Temple.
, Hawaiian Second Degre
Rose Croix Eighteenth Degree.
Oceania l bird Degree,
. J .
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
ittood meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nJ mid 4th
at K. P. Hall
7.30 T M.
MAniHE ENGINEERS' 3n Ao.
BENEFICIAL A?r01ATIOII. ctationg cor
RABDIONY lDOE, No. 3, L 0. 0. 1
Meets every Monday evening at
1 180 In I. O. O F Hall, Fort Street
i E. It. HENDRY. BecreUry
F. D. WICKS, N. O.
All visiting brother! very cordially
0AHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of' l
Meets every first and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
sorncr Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
rother curdlally Invited to attend
F. I.. NUOENT, C. C.
R GOSLING. K. B S
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. F. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. F. O.
Elks, meets in their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Urotheri are cordially
Invited to uttend.
E A. DOUT1UTT, E. R.
H U. GASTON, Sec'y.
I0N0LULU AERIF UO, F. 0. K.
Heels o:. tti ud and 4th WK1
KESOAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock Id K. of P. Hall, cornet
Ctretanla and Tort itreeta.
Vlill'ng Eagle are Invited to at
ud W. Mi' McCOT, W., PreeL
H. T UOORE. Secy.
7m. H'KJNLEY LODGE No.8, HofP.
Meets every nd and 4tb Saturday
iTiulng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V.
Call, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
IS brother cordially Invited to at
Und f. M. McOREW, C. C.
E A. JACOUSEN. K. R. B.
EAWAHAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
slally Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
D. V. TOBD, C. of R.
f OR SALE AT ALL BAM
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. CvBEBOIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINK
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort,
facie Scully Jack Robert?.
Beer on Tap
W. 0. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder.
Free of Chirge.
'riCiolBlu, T. H.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite llotf! St. Freada
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furaisav
Ingicoit $200,000. High elate hotel
at moderate ratee. Center of theatre
nndtetall Jistrict. Oncartineitnmb
ferringallover city. Omnibus (Mate
all trains and steamers. Bead for
Hotel Stewart now recognised ai
Hawalianlilandheadqua rare. Ca Vie
address, "rrawete." ABC Co.
Chan. R. Fnu-dfe-Company
Aone 371. 128 Ktag St
nanuracturcdfrom pure dletllled we
cr. Delivered to any part of city b
AMI ICE AND ELECTIIC CO.,
tewalo. Telephone StS,
hundred in 10-lb,
W. 0. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
B I UDW I V S
the ONLY table drinlc. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
CONTRACTOR and BUTXDEl-.
PLUMBING and FAIVTDIO.
Onlce: Honolulu Fainting Co., Ml
King St.; F. 0. Box 911
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of
New Dances a Special.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmetter at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
King St. Telephone Store 961.
THREE HUNDRED tons of general
cargo, Including about two thousand
lunclics of bananas, a quantity of
canned pineapples and other Hawaiian
products, Mas takm by the Pacific Mall
liner Manchuria which sailed from
llntkfcld wharf shortly after 10 o'clock
this morning bound, for San Francisco.
Tlio vessel completed the discharge of
fifteen h.mdred tons of freight brought
Irom tho Orient. Tlio Manchuria car
ried quite an extensile list of cabin
passengers from Ibis port. Many
prominent Ilonoluluans took passage
en the big liner for tho mainland. Tho
departuro therefore presented an ani
mated sccno ui on tho whorl.
THE STEAMER Helcne, one of the
Inter-Island Navigation vessels which
has been undergoing extensho ropalrs
f,nd alteration on the coast, is report
ed to have sailed from San Francisco
for Honolulu yesterday. Tho steamer
has been (It ted with now boilers and
nil! go Into commission upon arrival
.ADVICES RECEIVED by tho local
agents for the American Hawaiian lin
er Arl7onan lira to tho effect that. tho
vessel sallid from Seattle on Novem
ber 4th with general cargo from New
Yoik, San Francisco and Pugot Sound
torts destined for Honolulu.
THE UNITED STATES quarter
mnster'B department has been advised
ot (ho sailing of the army transport
Sheridan from San Francisco. The
vessel left tho coast port ot 2 o'clodk
jrsterday, Sho should nrrlvo hero
within seven duys.
A SHIPMENT or Australian coal Is
reported to havo left New castle, N. S,
V for Honolulu by tho German
freighter Asgord. This vessel will
bring In tho neighborhood of six thou
sand tons of fuel for tho navy depart
IT IS EXPECTED that tho German
rrulscr Arcona, which has sailed from
Sail Francisco en route to the Far EaBt
to lake station In China wnterj, will
(ill! at Honolulu.
rilTY-SIX passensers and 2000 tons
nf gencml cargo Is duo to arrlvo here
nn Tuesday by the latson NUvlgatlon
fcti'.iuit1! Lurllne, The vessel lhau 900
tons for Kahulul aud 1100 tons for
(LOCAL AND GENERAL
Th Bio Mlcksl Scratch fed for aai
at tha B u 1 1 a 1 1 n office for Ave cant,
la .ma ln.h l!,l MlJ. Ill f tUMI hllfl.
IB VJIW ...VI. !.,-, ..wv w . w..w ....
dred a)tU of flood M. BU fbr a
Call and tea Mike- Paton at tia En
Vlorrn's orchestra nt tho nPrk The
MlUlacry. oew olid reasonable. Mrs.
C, L. Dlckerson, Sachs' Block.
Automobile pock rates, wnpirc
stand. Phone ,213. llethel and Hotel.
Tno HoooraM Clothes Cleaning co,
kap your elothes like new. Tel. 147.
E. K Rllsnorth and Miss Ellsworth
have nrrlved from Maul ports by the
For (n easy-riding car, Jerry
Rooney's Packard. TelophOM ,600,
King and Bishop streets.
Anything new In the sporting line!
Anything; good In the liquor line! You
can tnd It at "Too Two Jacks."
The. "Oh Be Joyful" baseball nine
defeated the '"All Tlcrcs",by a score
of S to 4 jostcrday afternoon at tho
League grounds. .
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will ba aurprlsed at 'Its cooling
and preservative properties Oallfornla
Feed CO , agents. ' '
There will be a special' m.cotlng'of
Oceanic. Lodge No. 371, F. & A. M., at
Masonic Temple this evening at 7:30
o'clock, a Work in tho third flegre'o.
Superintendent tot thb Leper Settle
ment J. D. McVeigh was among' the
ictutnlng passengers arriving by tho
steamer Mlkahala from Molokal this
Tho time for opening bldi for eon
sfructlng foundations and setting a
high lift pump at Beretanla, Pumping
Station hi postponed for one week un
til November IS,
Wood and coal can be bought to tho
best advantage at Union-Pacific TronB
fer-Co, plione'M. Tho wood Is caro
lully selected and the coal hand-picked.
Family 'orders solicited.
Grand clearance of ladles' shirt
waists next week at N. H.. dachs Uiy
Goods, Cd, The onmul Sachs' doll cuu-
test begins Monday; morning. Hun
dreds of beautiful 'thing-, on display.
ido anniversary or tne oirtn oi tne
Emperor ot Japan will be fitly colobral
Cit tonight at the Mochlzukl Cluo at
WAlklkl by the Japaneso Merchants
Mrs. L. B. Kerr, wife of the local
merchant, roturninc nasseneer
by the Oceanic Btchmcr Alameda this
morning. Mrsl. 'Kerf has been on an
extendod Visit to (he mainland.
James Wakeilcld or Theo, If. Davloi
ft Co's. merfhanilke department, has
returned from a buslnors trip to Maui
and. Molokal. lit; nrrlMjd by tha
steamer Mlkahala this morning.
Mrs. James Blckncll 'wife 'of the
City -and County Auditor, has returned
from a pleasant stay of several months
on tno coast. Mrs, Blcknell and child
arrived by the steamer Alameda this
Charlie Lambert, the well known
bonlfnce. Is 111 and confined to his
room. An operation Ig to be per
iormca.onnim mis Rt(eroopn and nl'
his friends are anxious to .hear that
iic is iiiruiiBii mo orqcai sarciy.
The talk were looking for Jim Ku
hal ,thls morning. He 'Is 'charged by
his wife with having used 'threatening
language tp her, at tho lime declaring
that ho would 'perform a surgical oji
erattoh, not at alt agreeable to tho
Tho regular monthly meeting ot tho
Hoola and iiooulu Labul Society has
been postponed to' next Wednesday
morning at to o'clock, at' the Kaplo
lanl Maternity .Honie. All' members
are requested to attend.
Tho existing dlfflcultles.whlch have
beset the, marital relations fn tho Wa
h( family Were patched up this morn
ing wheji,the husband ctutrgcd with
mistreating his wife, was given a lee
turond a, suspended, aentenco cover
ing a peflod.of thirteen mbnths.
Armbrlto Is the now paint made
specially j to withstand .the "salt air ot
this climate and Is being Introduced
by Theo. H.'Oavles top, .who prellct
tor It 'the greatest salo of anv nalnt
j roM here ,as soon as the public be-
' ., " '
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Buy, baby those Arnold diapers
and' he will be 'bothered no more
wljh inflammation. EhUxs soil
.Wbl'ney.&tafsh'a dspUy ot bnnd
baes Is' the Jlnast vr seen in thu
city, conrprl ilng bb It -does many Euro
Swift's prctnlum bams -and bacon
merit the 'liousowlfo'g serious consld
eratlon. There Is no ham or bacon
cold In .this city to equal them. Ask
Thlrty-twotyies of Ladtos' tan and
russet oxfords and pumps, with
straps, .buckles Or bows. These are
runny ioj jour inspection ju,Manurac
tnrera' 8noo Co. 'ah new and dressy
Tho worst .foes to Temperance ore
the Trohobltlon Cranks. When ybu
drfnTc Primo beer yoil drink a ronl
tcmpQranco boverago containing only
a very slight percentage of alcohol and
How ,tnany or the younger -generation;
.know , when and why Tlionksglv
ing T)ay iwaa 'Instituted. Road Henry
May fi'Cb.s advertisement Jodny. It
tells briefly about Thadksglvlng Day
It also gives a fllie list of dainties suit
able for the coming Thanksgiving
No Dasapneaa. ' ' ' I No Bun."
Jm. H. Lore
"STICKS EVERYTHING BUT THE BUYER."
Undoubtedly the best paste in the market for mount
ing photos, etc.
In tubes, jars and pencils.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
. w Islamd Traaaftr.
1 ovmnAx. otaSrrr
DMyiog Bad SspRMing M.XJSlJt
Wood and Coal ' Phone 388
G. W. MoDoitgall, Prop. Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
D0MINUS ST. 12 rocm
elegant modern home;
garage, trees, eto; house
cost over the selling:
PHXOit ST. 7 room mod
ern bungalow; 3 bed
rooms; lot 60x120 2,800
PEARL CITY LOTS 50x
i 180; one block from wa
"PUUNUI LOTS 75x150; at
end of car line 350
Lots 83x170, each; near car
line; an excellent buy. 500
KUAKINI ST. 60x140;
5 room cottage; easy y
EMMA ST. 6 room cottage;
excellent condition .... 2,750
KTNAU ST. 0 room, 3 bed
, room bungalow 2,750
XAFAHULA 6 room cot
tage; 3 lots; excellent
order and rare bargain;
cost double 1,000
KAIMUKI A 7 room bung
alow; 2 lots and fruit
, KAIMUKI LOTS from $200 up.
Wow is the time to buy.
83 Merdunt Street
A8AMv-At Kapahulu, Walklkl, Nov. B,
1909, Mrs. Asam (tormerly Hmma
Puohaii) at tho age ot.twonty-elght
years. Tie (unenil will tako place
on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 rrom
The Reorganized 'Church or Jesus
Christ ot Latter Day Saints.
far BULLETIN ADB PAY -BJBj
Our Cutter Is
Co. , m
QAMBLER8 GIVEN MORE TIME.
A brace ot thirteen Chlncso who
,wcro gathorcd In by Deputy ShcrlfJ
(,Rose nnd Officer KoHot while being
present at an upartment in tho Holt
' Kiiltl.tn ,. l.n.A l.-ll ..... t
Muiiiiu,,. nill-ID Hilllll'IIIlK "WHS UOipg
conducted, wore grauted an extenslnu
of tlmo In which to present their sldo
or th eoase. They will come UP for
trial on November 13.
of the MiteheU Cutter's School.
Think of that when ordering your
62 So. King St,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, November 5;
NEW YORK Sailed No. 4:
Ilk, Fooling S.tcy, for Honolulu.
MONTEREY--Sallcd No. 4:
Jap. cruiser Idrmii, for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LUIS? Arrived Nov. 4:
S. S Washtenaw, hence.
PORT TOWNBKNIV-Arrived Nov. 4:
Bkluo. Bcnlcln, hence Oct. 10,
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov. C:
'H. S. Chljo Mflru, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed No. G:
Oer. rrulscr Arcona, for '
PfJllT TOWNSENIV-Arrived Nov'. 5:
Schr. Sophlo ChrlDlcnscnfrom Port
Per stmr Mnuna Kea, from Hnwall
and Maul ports, Nov, 0. J. Sexton
Miss M. Sexton, Mrs. J. Dowllng, Miss
M. Arnold, Mrs. A. O, llawca' W. II.
Lons, H. Gorman. II, It. Traphagcn,
A. II. llodson. It. Quliin, Miss C. lllnla
lell, Mrs, A, l.eilcrer, Mr. Gatscher
J no. Knl, Allan Herbert and servant
Dr. S, L. D. Walters, Mrs. Walker and
maid, D. L, Sexton, D. I), Mnconnchlo
H. Schullzc, Mrs, Schult2c and 2 sons,
J. M. Ross, Chung Ka Yong L. Bide
(pan, A, Home, E. C. Perry, Mrs. E. J.
Gny. Mrs. C. Hopkins, Mis. K. Stlllmah
Rov. Kashmvn, A. W, Carter Mrs. Cai
tcr, Miss Carter, A. Lemon. W. L. Stan
ley, W. McQuald, Mrs. D. McWajnc, 11.
Porter, A. Parsons, Po, T. Cheese
lirnugh, II. Guelqro, Miss Llovtht, E, A,
PA8SENGERS DEPARTED t
Per P. M. S. S. Mcncnurla, for San
Francisco, Nov. 6. Dr. W. 1). Baliluln,
Mrs. Baldwin, Geo. E. Conners. Mr.
and Mrs. T. I'. Austin, Mrs. Frank
Klchnrdson, Mrs. Jos, Schwartz and
2 children, Mr, and Mm. F. M. Hatch.
Miss Hatch, E. C. Brown. Mrs. W. E.
Foster, G. A. Mnrsliill. A. It. Arap
hagen. Misses Bard, Miss Blauchard,
1 E. Martin, F. B. Kellnm, M. J. BIb
sell. Mra. U. Pcbrce, W. O. Dean. Mrs,
K. Whiting, A. O. Moll. Mrs. C. II.
Olson, P. L. Knight, L. 11. Perry. H.
Krebs. (I. Y. Patten Mrs. O. F. Cart
v. right. Rev. K Uchlda, R. Trent, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. Abbott. Miss F. Gay, Col.
nnd Mrs. !'. I. Dtnn. MrH. 1'. J. Mor
gan, R. E. Biker. Mrs. 11. Wright,
Mm. E. M Scoiiy, Cnpt. R. Ualiel.
Per stmr. Klnau, tor Kauai pirts',
Nov. 9 R. Qulnn, It. A. Kcarns, Mrs.
B. I). Baldwin.
THE P. M. S. S. MANCHURIA,
arrived yesterday from Hongkong
nnd Shanghai via Japan ports.
The pasbengers consist of 37 cab
in, 48 second class and 393 steer
dge, of which .1 cabin, 6 second class
and 82 steerage nie for Honolulu.
Among the steerage for Honolulu
nro 2 East fndlans, 27 Chinese, 41
Jupaneso and 12 Russians. Three
Turkish Orthodox Catholic prrctts
are among tho second class passen
gers. On hoard wns 74 C8 tons of cargo
or which 1340 tons arc for Hono
lulu, Including 867 pkgs general;
C799 mats rite; 386 cases Chlncso
wine; 418 bales gunnies; 108 chests
ten; 22 cases medicine; 2129 pkgs
Chinese nnd Japaneso provisions;
140 mses oil; 85 cases firecrackers;
17 pkgs bamboo waro; 3 tases silk
goods; 402 cases canned goods; 138
lolls matting; 37S tubs sake; no
bags peanuts; 128 cases curios;
C040 bags bran; 3709 tubs shoyit
and mfso; C98 bags beans and 1
In cargo for San Francisco and
Overland points tire Mi9 bales raw
fcllk valued at S3SO.000.00.
THE MAUNA KEA arrived at her
whaif early this mointng with a fair
sized pat-scnger list and general Hues
of cargo Including 8 crateH celery. 40
cords wooi, 4ti crates cabbage, 7 crates
chickens, 14 crates vegetables, 5 sacks
nwa, 82 balcB hides, 44 sacks empty
bottles, 40 sacks taro, and 17(1 sacks
taro. On deck was n phl"nirnt r' i
pigs, 2 hordes and 249 Bheop, Tho
aiauna iea experienced an iinuvcniiiii
trip over from Hawaii and Maul ports.
HILO SHIPPING ns reported by
Purser Phillips of, tho steamer Mauuu
Ken, Includes the nt rival or the bark"
Annlo Johnson, 25 das rrom San
Frnnclsco with general cargo. Tho
schooner W, H. Mniston urrlvcd ut
Hllo on last Wednesday, 28 das rrom
Rcdondo with u catgo or lumber, und
tho schooner Oceania Vance leached
that port " Thursday with lumber
rrom Eureka, und was nineteen duys
In making tho port,
PURSER PHILLIPS ot the steamer
Mnuna Kta, arriving rrom Hawaii and
Munt ports, reports the following sug
ar nwaltlng shipment on Hawaii: l'u
nalu, 1425 hncks; Honuapo; 2117 sacks.
Do not forgot tho groat clcaranca
sain of ladles' aud children's rcady-tn-'wear
Raiments that Is to begin nl
Blomn ou Monday morning at 8
o'clock. Tho btrgalns mo exceptional.
After a pleasant sojourn ut tho vol
cano, Allen Herbert ond Dr. nnd MrB.
S. L D. 'Waltorrfhnio returned to Ho
nolulu by the steamer Mauna Kea,
The Rapid slghtscolng cur which
has attracted a lot of attention In
tho city, will, tomorrow, mnko a
round the Island trip, and, judging
from tho number of people who have
announced their intention of taking
In tho rldo, tho rubberneck wagon
lojngo will be a gient success,
Saturday, November 6,
Stmr. Mlkahala, from Maul and Mo
lokal )orts; pass, gen.' Cargo, n, in.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdetl, from San
Francisco, a. in.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, from Hawaii and
Maul ports; pass and gen cargo, n. m.
Saturday. Novembor fi.
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, for San Fran
clito; pass , mall andgen. cargo, n. m
A.-H, Pleiades, for San Fianclsco
via Hllo, 5 p. in.
Stmr,.LIkctlkc, for Hawaii iiorts, 5
initcn cruiser Noordbratiant, rrom
Stmr, Klnnu, from Kauai ports; pass
nn.il gen, caigo.
C.-A, S. S. Makura, from Australian
ports; pass nnd gen. cargj. .
T K. K. S. S. Nippon Mam, from
Snn rrnnclsco: pass, and gen. cargo.
Dutch cr, Noorilbrabant, from Sau
Francisco; on crulso.
H : - : : r
simr. Kocnti, lor Kiiuai ports; gen,
cargo, G p. in.
Stmr, .1. A. Ctinimns, for Oahu ports.
M N, S. S. Lurllnc, from Snn Fran
cikco; pass , mall nnd gen. cargo, p, m.
Stbr. Mlkahala, lor Molokal, Maul
und I.an-il ports; G p .in.
Stmr. Klnnu, for Kami ports; pass.,
gi.n cargo, 5 p. m,
Stmr, Mnuna Kea, lor Maul and Ha
waii oris: gen, cargo and Ynall, noon.
T. K. K. Nippon Mnru, for Japan
Iiorts and Hongkong, a. m.
C.-A. S. S. Makura, ror Victoria;
pass, and gen. cargo, p m.
Per O. S. 8. Alameda, rrom San
Francisco, Nov. 6. J. F. C. Abel, Mrs.
Abel and two children, Jas. Alhoy,
Mrs, It, C. Anderson, Chns. Ashwcll,
Mis.M. Bnrtols.'Mrs. E. E. Battolle, E.
A, Bcrndt, Mrs. Jns, Blcknell and child,
A. V. Botes Miss I. Bod, W. II. Brad-'
ley, Wm. Branch. Mrs. Branch, Mrs. C.
V. Chltllngviortli. Mrs. W.J. Cooper, P.
Dumulil, Mrs. English, Mrs. Geo, S.
Evans, Mrs. T, Estill, Miss IC L. Force,
Mr?. W. C. Fordc, Rijlpli R. G. Fors
ter, Mrs. G, French, H. A. Friend, Mrs.
Friend, Dr. F. Gooi'tellow, Mrs. Jno.
Grlbhle, F. HaUtcad, Mrs. Halstead,
Armln Hancberg, Mrs, Ifanelierg and
tnntil, A. Ilculs, Mrs, S. Illorth and two
children, Mrs. B. L. Hollcnbeck, Miss
W, Holt, Harry Hontz. W. F. Horner.
Mrs. Horner, Ernest Knal, Miss Keala
Knal, Oeo. Koawn, C, P. Kaletkoa, Jas.
Kamakani, Mrs. L. B. Kerr, Sam Koko,
Fiank Lee, Mrs, Lee and Infunt, Mrs.
E. II. Lonls, Miss Mary Lone, Dan
Makncnn, MIbs Edith Meier. Mrs. I).
MertenB, Mis. J. V. Morgan, Wm. Mor
gan, Miss M, Miiudon, J. II. Norrls,
Mrs, J. E. O'Connor and 3 children. S.
S. l'uxson. Mrs. Pnxson nnd child, Mrs.
II". II. Ronton, Geo. B. Runclmun, Cnpt.
H. D. Scott, Mrs. Scott, C. V. Smith.
C. E. Spcns, Mrs. Spcns, Mrs. Stein
motz, R, J, Snnnzy, Mrs. C. Torbcrt,
J. A. R. Vlcrra, Harry Venkor, Miss
Lucy Williams, O. R. Williams, Leo '
Yuen, Mr. Deorlng.
Por P. M. S. S. Manchuria, from
Hongnng, Japan ports: Dr. F. Ander
son, Mr, J. Derktn, Mrs. J, BciVln,
Mabter John P. Bcrkln, Miss C. L. Bor
kln, Mrs. G, D. Cadwcll, Miss N.
Clnrko, Mr. E. J. Cowan, Mr. H. Kald- '
rack (Honolulu), Mr. James Keeloy,
Mrs. James Keoley, Mr. Ijoo Chow
(Honolulu), Mlrs M. Mcjers, Mrs.
Chns. Miller (Honolulu), Mr. J. E.
Miner, Mrs., J. R. Miner, Mr. W. J.
Moore, Mrs, W, J, Moore, Masters
Boudo C. Monio, Lnrdner W, Moore,
Wulliico II. Moore, James E. Mooro,
Mason E. Moore; Miss. Eleanor H.
Mooro Mr. N. Otsulta, Mr. Otis A.
Poole, Mr. A, D, Piovand, Mr. L. F.
Pjo, Miss M, Rogors, l!rs. M. McAllis
ter Smith, Mr, S. Takukl Mrs. T. Ta
knkl, Mrs. M. E. Vonable, Miss J, Wat
kins, Mr. M. Weber, Mr. C. E. Whittle
j.ey, Mrs. C. E. JVhlttlOboy.
Por stmr. Mlkahala, fiom Maul nnd
Molokal poits, Nov. 6. W. F. RobertB,
Mrs, Roberts. JaB. WaUefleld, H. Vin
cent. J. D. McVeigh D, P. McCorrlston,
D. K. Hoolapo, IJ K, J'.llsworth, MIbs
Huron!, arrived at San Francisco rrom
iiouoiuiu, uct. 15.
Dlx, In port.
Logan, palled ror San Francisco on
Thomas, nt Manila.
Sheridan, sailed rrom 8an Francisco
INSPECTOR KNIGHT or tho cus
toms sorvlco suffured pilnful Injury to
his root )cstorday, that member buy
ing been run over by a loaded con!
cart ut tho naval slip.
185 eoltorlal room 254J buel
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