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, Weekly Calendar
Honolulu Conimaiiricry Red
Hawaiian Klrst Dcnrce.
Honolulu Commindcry Order
of tliB Tcmpls.
Lei Aloha Chapter No 3
All visiting members ot tha
Order era cordially invited to
ittfiud meetings uf local lodges
JIc3t on the
2nd and 4th
en h month
at K. P. Hall
7 "30 M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' i'" "
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, toi
, dially invited.
HARMONY T," DOE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mfcts oYery Monday evening t
'TtBO tn L 0. 0 F Hall, Fort Btrie'..
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
F. D. WICKE. N. Q.
' Alt ililtlnc brottirs very cordially
OAHU LODGE, BV. 1, X. ot P.
1 Ht'oU every first and third Frl-
Uy tvaning ot 7:30 In K. uf P. Hall,
, -ornor Fort and Iteretaula Visiting
brother curdtaP.y iuvlted to attend.
P. I.. NUGENT, 0. C.
H. GOSLING. K. R. 8.
BONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. K.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, D. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near fort, every Friday ov.n
Ins. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
B. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
11. U. EASTON, Seo'y.
10N0LVLU AERU7 HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on the d uad 4th WED
4K5DAY evenings ot each month at
ftS0 o'clock In K. of P, Hall, coraai
9retanta and Fort streets.
Vlslt'ng Eaglo art Invited to at-
W. M. McCOT, W., Preat.
II. T. IIOORE. Secy.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.oiP.
Meats every' Ind and 4tb Saturday
irenlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, eor. Tort and neretanla. Visit
lac brother cordially tnrltad to at-
F. M. McOREW, C. 0.
E A. JACOUSEN, IC. R. 8
HAWAHAW TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of eacb month at Knights of
rythlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tally Inilted to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOR SALE AT ALL DA1U
The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hour.
VTOIE8, LIQU0E8. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIH. Proprietor.
L.DK0HES and DRINK!
Tim moat popular
place in town,
it- vThe Fashion Saloon
'' Hotol Jt. near Tort.
faok Scully. Jnelc Eobsrt
Beer on Tap
$ ' PJMMO
'pjfajt W. G. CHALMERS
4&l General Contractor and Builder.
'. ' Estimates rnrniahed
A, Free of .Chre,
4 Room" 11, Kaniolani Buildfrig.
aV Honolulu, T. II.
Sm Francisco Batels
Geary Strrtt, above Union Square
JljI orposltt Hotel St. Frtncii
European Plan S1.C0 n day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brlclt structure, furnish
liiR5C0t $200,000. HlghcUushottl
atm-Klornte rates. Center of theatre
audrctalldittriet. On carllnet trans.
fetrlnftalloer city. Omnibus miets
nil trains and steamers. Send (or
booKltt tvith map of San Francises.
Hotel Stewart now ratognlied as
ndi'resi, "rjawcK" ( A.B C Code.
Hhck leather Mil book has been lost.
Ici cKiKLlftctl mis.
I'rtpcrty and income taxes must
to paid on er before the 15th in
stant, cr ten per cet will be added.
It nl ia im to call c.t Duuii'h Hut
bliLti till mv1: lo inrpcct llio beautiful
lltiu of fine tiilllliury .now on exhibi
tion. IJm (Viilemil.irB licet Hour, It will
Kle Jtni K'.tUfncilon itlwajs. Bold by
llCP'y May & Co, leading grocers.
Vim no "2.
Wliero dlil I pet tliouo dcllcloug iel
Ht'u nnd Jims? At tlio Woman's Ex
tlinnse, uf cuuiao. Hotel near Fort,
l'lne u.uMlo mill ill txliirt boreca for
tulo or liho, also n fuw lino gceie left.
Oct mo tor Tli.Uiiglllig. Club
Stables, 'lei. 100.
Hall's Hifi'tf aio best. They out
classed all othtr iiafcs In the great San
I'iuiilIsco tiro anil continue lu thu lend
today. 11. llacl.fclil & Co. agents.
Tomorrow Is Ibojust da of Jordun'a
big nalc. All remnants left ocr will
bo offered on Friday anil Saturday of
this weilc at big bargains to closo out
Thcro Is ro need of a poor-looking
law n. "rorccKrottlh" tlio wonderful
fertilizer will iiinkf juur lawn grow
luxuriantly. Sold by E. 0. Hall &.
Ulg bnrgiln; lu rugs nt Honolulu
Who llul qo. this week. A flnu lot
otMiew ruga will ho vuld out cheap tp
inalio toom for holldjy goods. This Is
a teal chance,
A savings account with the Hank ot
Hawaii, Ltd., will ho of the greatest
t.Kflslauco lu lu.vhu tlio fouiidatlun for
a loiupeKncy, the aiiihlllon of every
entorpilslnj man and woman.
Tlio Instantaneous coininiinlcatlon
irlnlillshcil by Wireless Is nn Import
ant coiiFlJeratlon in business trmisno
tlom nail net omits In a measiiro for
I ho Increasing ukc of thu Wlielesa bji
tlio biiblncsB Lomniunlty,
-Mrs ItOECiiburg, In Alexander Young
building, will huo a heautifiil lino of
noeltlcs on i.alo for tlio holiday Bea
ton TIiqsu v. HI not be uady until tlio
..'ml of the month mid Mrs. Rosenberg
ulll li.no her opening at that time.
Tlio jitlcnca of lining and cleaning
ot clothes Is thoroughly tniderktood by
the 1', Thomas I)elng Works of San
1'rancelbco, whoro agent lu Honolulu
Is tlio French Laundry. Gpods sent by
ocry Hteamcr and a prompt icturn as
sured. julomoblo owucts liao found that
few of the lops bought with tlio ma
chines aro entirely entlcf.ictory. They
do not fit, mo not cultahlo to this ell
mato uml lack style,, The tops built
bj tho W. W. Wright Co, Ltd, hao
nono of tlienj (aiilts,
At a euci linn this morning, Charlie
lttllly and Dick Cullon ugrced to box
fifteen i omuls, clean break, on Wed
resday, Not ember 24, the nlglit befnro
Tho lightweights got down to busl
nebs ipilckly onco tbey wore brought
together nt Jack Sciilly'n oltlco anil,
although iirtlclen wero not signed, ow
lip to tho location of tlio match not
tt btliig nattled, Scully's tonus wero
iTciptcil.'niid tho contest Is Btiro'tu
Mll.'j l'attoii was itccoptod ai roferco
niiil lili i,eli.ctl()n lll j;lvo general
natlBf.irtlon Tho match may bo
bimulii oft at tlio Orplmum If Scully,
can rent tho'plara'nt n Voasonablo fig
mi'. Otlutrwlso there aro two places
tlmt liaye been mentioned as suitable,
and it may 1)3 that ono of them will
lloth tho boxers nro onco more' In
training and, na they will havo two
wi 'ki. to got fit In, thoy thould bo' In
tip lop LoiiJItlou by tho day of the
Tho old seaman lira been at tho
Institution for more than fifteen
o.vi., Inning lir en admitted Juno'fl,
JsJi. lie wuj nighty j ears old.
ho cause' ot lilJ deafli was cardiac
I LOCAL AND GENERAL
il r r ' 1
Th lla Nlekal.Sarmteh Pti let Mil
at th Bulletin efflea for'flvf cents,
It ont Inch thick, mad up of two hun
dred ahttte tf f4 patxr. tt far
, Call anil m Mlkt Patua at Ui
AutomoblUt hack, rates. Bknplrt
stand. Phoqo 218. Bethtl aniLMptaL
The ISth initant it tht U Uy
for pajinic the ucond half of taut.
(Senator W. 1. Coelho wlll.roturnjto
Hawaii by tho steamer Claudlne, sall-
Inc on Friday. i ,'
Send your clothes to the, Honolulu
Clothes Cleaning Co, for careful press
ing. Phone 147.
For an eosy-riding ti, car, ..Jtyry,
Roonty'a Paokard. TtltfikpM M,'
King and Bishop atmu, v
Whltacy A Marsh announce tht
opening display of their new Importa
tion of Freuoh trimmings. r ,n. ,
.What-about -our bat?v lt'a time It
was. seen to Call In The. Bxpert Hat
Cleaners, Work guaranteed.! s,l
Anythlnx aw u tli,avontt Hm
Anything good tn the Uqnor UneT Tn
ean fln4 It at "The Two acka." ,
U you want a. good, Job done om M
auto or carrac( tait UttOfHawaiuu
Carriage Mff. Co., 4.27 Qotaa St
The funeral of tho ato Mian l.otilsa
tlrlckwood will bo hold from St. An
drew's Cathedral tornorrow afternoon
The ktoamor Nllhati, from Hawaii
ports, arrlWng thlairaorqlng, brought
Mrs. Dorges and tw' children aa cabin
For the beet automobile, eervloe, tine
for J, A. Ma,tod, eeyeoeeated Thomaa
Flyer. Telephone '6W, htdeveadtnt
Auto Btaad.. ut , ,'., , .? ,
J. P. Cooke, of Alexander aV Baldwin,
was a, returning passenger from. Maul
by the steamer Claudlne, arriving at
Honolulu this r morning. ,
F. M. Swsnxy and T. C, Davlca have
returned from a business trip to
Kauai. They arrived this n(ornlng,by
tho steamer W.v.0. Hall.i y .i
Among the passengcra arriving from
Kauai portB by the cleaner W. Oi
Hall this morning, are F.'v Carter, J.
Campbell andiC. Hi JonnW(ti , v,
Arthur K. Jones of Wahliwa ia back
from a business trip to Maul and Ha
waii, he having arrived hard, by tho
Bteamfcr Claudlne, this, ihorjllhg. "
J. W. Doyle of thtl.Rnfeau of Intern
al Rce.nue, a bookni as o, passenger
to Hawaii and Mau( puris by the)
rtcamcr Claudlne, sailing 'on Movent'
bcr 12. f ,. t j '
The 16th iniUHt ia thf liit dr
for paying the second half of tax.
The paseengera .arriving- bis, the
steamer Claudlne from, Maui, aid He
wall porta thla morning Included 3. A,
McLcxhI, E. B. Berkelcyj A. K. Jones
and George Lucas, lf ',
iSplcndlij asaartraent cjf .pajamas ,at
sum's Toggeryi Elk' biilldlni. Klds
street near Fort ' These pkjanutal
ruro ueen aoiccieu specially, ror tn
Honoluli trade and will give you ttie
maximum of'comofrt., ;
Captain Jamas, IL.Elack.. the. voter.
an' prlntor, now' sptndlnf jhla last dayi
will. p.l.iluu ij iil.ii.j-i-t.i .-3
". IVIMIIIV 111 -IIIBUCipill, I niu
been heard of through a post card sorit
to Honolulu by J.' F, Bokhardt,' Bupef
intendent, pf Queen's Hospital, w ho j Is"
enjoying a brief vacation on tho maln'r
""",' - mi .-.;
It has been decided" tq- send the
nnvnl tug Iroquois to. Maro Illand for
much needed repairs. The vessel b
been practical ly useloas for sortie .tlino
past as her boilers and mihinnr
wero in sore need of attention1. Tem
porary, repairs will be made here suftM
cient to carry the vessel to San Fran'
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k MELODY AND.FLOWKM.
Melody and flowers predominated at
tho departure of the Octanlo eteam-
oiiip mameua ror ean rrancisco tut
niorulng. CpUu Berger and his mu
elclans, wero present, ajttor ,a' month's
vacation, and dashing airs .crashed
emons.tbo grjm .rafters of, the whkrt
nll'lo jel bodeckod passengers filed up
i no gangway., TUe AJameda-left with
fifteen cabins uifoccupled.,. , (Her
freight list Included about . eighteen
hundred tons of varlqus Hawaiian pro
On arrival at SanVranelsco the At
omcfla wH dock fpr the first, Ume.at
Filbert Btrcet wharf, where'tho Oceaa'
Ic Steamship Company will hereafter
have Its dock offices; ..Filbert street
wliarf Is.raoroj satlsfactoryjo the." com-pany.-wlth
brand-new' ofaoesi atlhouah'
it Is nqj aa central aathe ol(io;uiirter3
on PaclUc .street. TIo, M;rlpOa will'
aiso hereafter njakdthls Its docking1
i'""-. .. (..,, i.
Thomas . Qulnn ,,w,io is
WeedlS Wine of ;
nobltt on Hoief street on
w'5t neeqieas drivlnt'of hla auto-
mobiit on Hotel street on Oct. 23.
appeared before Judge Andrade this
morning. Through his attorney,.
Clora Qujnn, (be waived prelimi
nary hearijg in, the .district court
nnrt ilnmsmlaJ . a.l-i a. - '
.. y","mhv" fH jyii uy jury
cult court for trial under bomla ot
-) 4eJ tf .1 ,Lt i
.... ... ...Mimuiin wu ion ay cnosen
as ,th(( ne.t tneatiag, place tor the Am
erioan publlc'hSaltb.'aJsoclation. Dr.
C. A. Probst , of, Columbus, o was
BOtOtP. T. 11. we'dMday NOV.
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w . i. .
fl, V. MoiwspM. fm.
WTslrtFRONT NOTM ,
11191 AUOU0TA V. PARK an at
tractive young iwoman ot Dorchester,
kfaas.i and wall known In Oakland.
Cal Is tho heroine of a storm-fought
voyage which her father's big Amor-
lean sailing ship, the Acme, has Just
completed.. It required 128 days fpr
the Acme ta round tbe Horn from San southeast galo n'tnanmoth wnvc reach
Francisco to thla port and during that ed over the stern of tho ship and en
lime the vessel experienced many gulfed him.
adversities. ' I Captain Von Dahlcrn got a firm hold
Mis Pork shipped as a companion
for hot father, but befora tho voyago
waa finished, aho had becomo skilled
aa a surgeon, nurse, cook, seamstress,
sailor and flsherwoman,
After rounding the Horn the -Acme
ran into a terrific storm, during which
the .unit, mato was hurled from tho
wheel, bis arm being broken In two
place and hls right hand split open.,
White the storm raged Mlm Park eel"
tho broken bones, mended thq hand
and put the arm In ppllnts and since
then she haB served ns trained nurse
to tbe mato,
In others storms many ot tbe sails
weto carried away and the decks were'
under water, but at no tlmo did tho
young woman display tho least symp-
iuiu vi iriBiil.
MESSAGE FOUND IN BOTTLE
The captain of the gasollno schooner
Hi K, Helander has gttcn to tho agent
ot the Sailors' Union nt Port Town
Send a bottle and tnessago which was
picked up at sea off the northorn
toast. Tho message wbb dated July
6, ,1007. and was signed by John Ma
son and Charles Johnson, of iho steam
schooner Orient. But no vessel ot
that name and class was known to
exist at tho tlmo given. The mes
, ..'.'To'tho finder of this bottle; Tho
bmmii ncnuuner uncni is oeing snip-
wrecked on an IslarJ duo east of
Hawaii as near as. wo can tell and e
aa sending this note. In tho hope of
It .being picked up by somebody who
can effect our rescue, Thcro are bare
ly, enougn provisions to laat six
'.months, so for God's sake hurry up.
Cannibals have tried to land us, but
thanks to good luck in having two
rifles we hae, protected ourselves."
, Tho messago Is regarded by sea
faring men as not genuine, Examin
CAPTAIN' INMAN 8EALT1Y, who
wak commander at tho Whlto Star
liner, Republic, when that vessel was
rammed by tho ateamcr Florld'p, Is re
ported to hac entered tho University
of -ailchlgan iaw school as a fresh-tnari.-i
Tho lltjgatlon growing out
of "line,' Republic disaster hast shown
him tho opportunities of admiralty
law practice. Although Scalhy n 60
years, old, ho ls'valvo to the situation
and tyttans to become, a lawyer. Cap
tain, ffealby was formerly on one of
the vVyltq Star liners running between
Fan Francisco and the Orient
. HAWAIIAN, COFFEE constituted a
big item Ip tho cargp shipped from H
uoluljt by tbe Oceanic steamship Ala
meda, which got, away for San Fran-
Cisco at 10 o'clock this morning. The
vessel .carried over 3G0O sacks of cof
fee, three, thousand sacks bolng ship
ped through tho agency, of Hind, Rolph
ft Co, and five hundred sacks from
Davles ft Co. The vessel also took
some 19,000 sacks of sugar, ,4500 cases
pf, pineapples, 1000 sacks, of rice and
about 6000 bunches, of bananas, S.he
had amplo passenger accommodation
(or uioso booked for, passago.
ANOTHER. FOREIQN. war vessel
w)on,(b" arrive here Is the- Italian cruls,
cr Calabria, which, according to the
latest! Information, has boon ordered
to proceed to tho China station to ro
llovo -another crajser soon to leave
longkong for Italy. Tho Calabria Is
expected to orrlvo hero ori or about
A SHIPMENT at cocoanut plants ar
rived at the port thla morning aa part
of the cargo brought "by the ateamer,
W. O. Hall from Kauai norta. The ves
sel also brbags 22 packages of sun
dries. The vosse) mct-.wlth moderate
weather.wlth strong trado winds on
jno inwara trip. , - , t
Style and Fit
f M M r
j (, l atmniuE anu xiiuok,
TiMjavi St.lsr Qf Nnaaau .Itream.
CAPTAIN NEARLY LOSE8 LIFE
Captain Von Dahlcrn of tho barken-
Una B. N. Castlo came baok. sasa tho
Uxmuier from the South Seas, more
than ever pleaacd to bo alive. Ho bad
been In tho grasp of death on tho
night ot October 8th, when In n heavy
of tho rail, as he balanced on Its top,
and held on until i tho waters receded;
when he was struck by a following
sea and thrown violently upon the
Ideck. Tho fallicaused a Fovcro brulso
on his forehead, but luckily Inflicted
no moro serious Injury,
Tho galo that overtook the vessel
carried away the lower topsails and
the main topsail and did considerable
damage to the decks, besides flooding
tho cabin, forecastle and galley
nOYS GOING TO SEA. Tho ma
rine Department of tho Hoard of
Trado send out a timely warning to
the effect that all boys and others on
tcrlng the sen servlco should get ihclr
sight tested before Iu!ur apprentice
or going tu sea, as cither defective
sight or color blindness will prevent
them from obtaining officer's certifi
cates. Any person serving or Intend'
Ing to Ecrvc lu the mercantile marine
or on Cshing vessels can have his
sight tested on payment of a feo of
Is. Application Bhould bo mado nt a
mercantile marine oillce. Particulars
of the sight tests will bo found In tho
regulations relating to tho examina
tion of masters and mates, and In tho
rules rotating to the examination for
certificates as nklppcr or second hand
of finning vessels. -
UP TO THE PRESENT tlmo tho N.
Y. K. has used pilots. for tho.passngo
through the Inland Sea on the steam
ers or its European, American, and
Australian services. As howocr, the
Japanese Captains who havo now re
placed foreigners on board most ot
theso vessels do not require piloting
In tho Inland Sea, pilots, will not
henceforth be employed. Tho Kalsha
has also gltnn up tho uso of pilots be
tween Woosung and Shanghai.
THE SAILING of tho British freight-
er Earl of Elgin Is reported from Bal
timore, the vcbbc! bringing a shipment
of six thousand tons ot coal to Hono
lulu. The vessel brings fuel to the
U. 8. Naval Station. Tho vessel
cleared tho Atlantic coast port on Oct
ober 24th, according to latest ndvlco.
H. M. 8. BEDFORD, from San Fran
cisco, Is oxiccted to arrive at Honolulu
tomorrow morning. TIiIb vessol .was
among tho foreign cruisers which par
ticipated In tho recent festivities at
San Francisco. The Bedford will re
main at tho pott for several days tak
ing on coal and supplies.
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TODAY'S ARIUVALS Included tho
Inter-Island steamer Nllhait fjtmt Ha
waii ports r with several passengers
opd a cargo Including 4 packages of
sundries. On deck tbe Bteamcr
brought n shipment of SO bead ot cat
tle and 25 calves. ,i,
ANOTHER FRENCH bounty earn
ing ship Is schedulod to arrive horo on
ft, round tho, world voyage. The French
hark.. La Blancho Is reported to havo
sailed from Hobart, Tasmania, on Oct
ober 24tb, with destination as Hono
HILO.IS the destination, ot tho
Aiuerlcnn schooner James Rolph,
which hpg sailed, from Port Ludlow
with u, full sblpmont of luinbor con
signed to tho agency of Hlng, Roiph
SUGAR ON KAUAI as reported by
mo (ntor-isjand , steamer W. a, Hall
Includes 1153 sacks of IC. B. M. and
752 sacks, ,
THE STEAMER Distributor Is
aahore lntbe Skeppa rver, She. Is
probably a total loss,.
i - W. ,
THE SCHOONER ,J. H. Rolph, with
a general cargo, Is rcppiteij it) hnvo ar
rived at Malmkotui on Monday.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
.mekv. c html Mfoh. )jaanaiw
I IN FORIlat PORTS , I ARRIVED ,
Wednesday, November 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nu. 9:
Schr. Muriel, from Honolpu Oct, ill
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed No .1').
8. S. llllonlan, lienco Nov, i.
SAN FRANCI8CO Sailed Nov 10:
8, S. Enterprlso, for Hllo. r
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov. 10-
S. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
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flATTl.n AND VARIOUS lines ol
Hawaiian pioducts hao arrived from
Maul nnd Hawaii by the Inter Islnnd
fctoamcr Claudlne. The vessel brought
In addition to n full list of passcngen
In the cabin, 39 on deck. Tho freight
list Includes 140 sacks of corn, 60 sug
ar, and 186 packages of sundries. On
dock was a shipment of cattle number
ing 49 hend nlso 33 hogs. The Claud
Ine waa unable to lnnd cargo nt Lnupa
hochoe or Nnhlku on tho Inward o)
ago because of Btrcss of weather.
THE MAT80N Navigation llnoi
Lurllne will be dispatched for Kahu
tut this evening. Tho vessel will ills
charge about nine hundred tons of gen
crnl enrgo at that port.and then pro
cccd to Hllo, where cloven hundred
tons of freight is to bo left. The I.ur
lino will return to Honolulu In time
for sailing frm this port on Novcm
bcr 17th, Tho essel Is taking n largi
list of passengers from Houoluti.
bound for Siin Ptanclsco.
HILO SHIPPING as reportct
through the arrival of tho Claudlu'
this morning Includes tlio schooiien
W. II. Mnrsden nnd Oceania Vnneo
the bark Annlo Johnson nnd tin
AntiTlcnn nnd Hawaiian .Bteamcr Plel
ndes, Theso csscls wero discharging
cargo at tho Hawaii port when tin
Claudlne sailed on last .V.oiuI.iy.
THE AMERICAN birk Arago, with
u hhlpmcnt ot redwood lumber con
clgnod to the Honolulu Rapid Transit
& Land Company, Is now twenty dai
out from Cnspar. Tho ecscl Is dm
Irom tho const any day.
A SHIPMENT of lumber from the
Columbia River Is rujioited to hnc
left by tho Amcilcan schooner Church
Jll. The vessel sailed on No ember !
with destination as Honolulu.
DEPARTURES fiom tho port tenia;
Included the American barkcntliio S
O. Wlldor, which M'ssd rlcircd fm
Sail Francisco. Thu Wlldor sallcS
THE BRITISH chip Rlvcrsldo ,ii
taking on bafiast picpaiatoiy to sail
Ins for Pugot Sound tho latt of the
THE YACHT HAWAH.wrnt on the
marlno railway this morning Tor r
cleaning and repainting.
BANK OF HAWAII
His icportcd that tho meeting of
tho stockholders of tho Dank of Ha
wall to consider tho consolidation with
the First National Bank will bo held
somo time during next week. Somo of
tho brokers make cummeni that sug
Bests there may bo oppoi.Hlm. to the
plans first proposed,
NEWLANDS BLAMES TARIFF.
Nevadan Sav Ship Subsidy Would
Not Help Merchant Marine.
RENO, Octobor 20. Eenator Fran
cis G, Newlnnda has replied adverse
ly to a letter from Jnmcs McNnb,
president ot tho San Francisco
Chamber ot Commerce, nsking for
his support for n ship subsidy.
Senator Nowlands declares ,thnt
Mclsab's gurcs Indlcato that a sub
sidy of 95 per cent per ton for the
transportation of conl for the navy
Is required to meet competition. He
says the people would not tolerate u
(subsidy of such dimensions.
The real difficulty In tho way ot
tho American merchant marlno,
Newlands states, Is tho high protec
tee tariff, raising the cost ot pro
duction pf American goods 40 per
cent, qnd ho adds:
"If our goods cannot competo
with foreign goods on our boII un
less protocted to tho chtxont of 40
per cent, It is obvious Hint thoy tan
not competo wjth foreign goods In
Ireo trndo markets, if wo should do-
lylso u sjstcni for cat rj lug our ma
nufactured goods free to foreign
countries, we could not competo with
In conclusion Newlands fawns tlio
Imniodlatcl) building of an auxili
ary nanl rcseno, letting the shjps
out to pihato corpoiatlons In times
of poaco and using both mon iiuu
vpssels ns a fighting forco In times
of wur. ,
Shortage of Cars. Chicago, Oct. 22.
Tho American railways' fortnightly
statoment, mado public hero today
shows a shortage of 23,431 oars In tho
east and south and a surplus of 35,977
In tho west and uorthwest
Wednesday, November 10,
Btmr. Nllhau, from Itnwnll ports,
pass, and gen. cargo, n, lit,
Btmr. Claudlne, fron Huwull mid
.Maul ports: pass , gen carpi . in.
Slmr. W. G. Hall, from Kauai pints;
pass, nnd gen. cargo, n. in.
Tuesday, November 9.
Btmr. Klnnu, for Knual ports; pass,,
gen cargo, u p. m.
Btmr. Jllkaliala, ror flioiosai, .aut
and Lannt purts; 5 p .in.
C.-A. 8. 9. Makura, for Victoria:
pass, and gen. cargo, 5 p. ni.
Wednesday, November lu.
O. 8. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
Frnnclrco, 10 a. in.
Am. bktn, S. G. Wlldor, for H.u
Francisco, In ballast.
Stmr. Claudlno, for Hawaii nnd Maul
ports; pass, and gcti. caigo, G p. m.
T. K. K. S. 8. Chlyo Marti, for San
Francisco; pass, uud gen. cargo, a. in
Ami bk. Andrew Welch,
Francisco; jinss, and llalby..
Stmr. W. G.' Hall, for Knual ports;
pass, and gen. cargo, 6 ). in.
T. K. K. S. S. Chljo Mam, from
Yokohama, n. in.
Stmr. Manna Loa, from Kona nud
Knu ports; pass, nnd gun, cargo, u, in.
U. 8. A. T. Shcildnn, from San Fran
C.-A. 8. S. Maiamn, fur Australian
ports; pass, and genf cargo, p. in.
Slmr, Manna Koa, from Hawaii and
Maul ports; puss,, malt nnd gen, cargo,
Jap. cruiser Idzuino, from Monterey,
tier, crulhcr Arconn, fiom San Fran
Per Str. Claudlno fiom ll.iw.ill
mil Maul A. M. Uolirlnlin,i.l. A.
McLcod, C. H.- Chnmhlin, E. S.
Ucrkclcy, 8., Sato, J.Chalmcrs, T.
Knnckoa, J." P. Cooke, C. fi. Muras
ky, A. IC. Jones, P. J. Hell, F. 8.
Ilndley, (Ico. Lucas, A. 0. Dlcklns,
II. C. Llndcll. Mrs. Ciovcll, A. N.
Jlaybcldcn, D. I.clth.
for Str. A. Hall from Knual ports
J. Campbell. S. Kojniln, Mrs. KoJ
mla S. Mahelono, Rev, N( K. Na
Uiiliin, Mis. E. llano, I'. Carter, A.
tl, llalfong, Dr. Armitage, F. M.
Bwniizy, T. C. D.nles. C. II. Jon
Per Str. Nllbnu, from Hawaii
ports Mrs. Borges and two child
Por O. 8. 8. Alameda, for San 1'ian
Cisco, Nov. 10. J. Sexton, Miss Bex
ton, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. 0. M. Flgcly,
Mrs. Estollo, Mr. nnd Mrs. SpeiiB, Mrs.
E. M. Scoby, Miss M. Leonard, MIsj
M. FUhcr. J". J. Sullivan, .Mr. and Mrs.
N. J. Illy. Q. Y. Patton, Monty Mont
gomery, John McDonald, Mr. and Mis.
A. q. Stoll, Mrs. AI. R. Bwnrtz. Mrs.
A. D. Smith. M .Knight. D. S. Ivlson, L.
L. Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. II. Wlso, Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch
ell, Messrs. Poolo Hookes, R. Smith,
Miss M, Arnold, Walter Varney, L. 8,
i pa83enqcr8 booked
4- , j.
- Per Mr N. 8. 8. Lurllno. for Knu
Francisco, Nov. 17. Mm. O. M. Klgu
ley, Dr. and Mrs. Rodgers, A. II. In
galls, E. L. Bcrkcloy. Mrs. A. F.
Cooko. Mrs. C, Simpson, Mrs, 17. M.
Scoby, . K. Richnids. Wnltei Vainoy,
H. L. Bronhclmer. Miss Tarr, P. Peck,
Lulu Law, Ooicrnor W. F. Frear, C.
A.. Burns, A. Jnmcs, J, A. McClellan, J.
J. McMahon, Mrs, II. E. Tenny, Mm.
Noonan, W. Buck, Mrs. Buck, Miss
Blnnchnid, tho Misses Bard, J, ' M.
Hobo. R s. Gorman.
Per Str, Claudlno for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Nov. 12 J. W, Doyle,
C. W. Thomas, Misi J. Hnnmitl, Mia.
Geo. W. Paty, W. d. Coelho.
Per Am. bk. Andiow W'olth. for Sail
Francisco. F, c. Clark.
Malls are due at Honolulu
points aa follows:
San Francisco Por Sheridan, Nov, 12,
Yokohama, Per Chlo Mnru Nov. 14.
Vancouver Per Marnma. Nov', is.
Colonies Per Anrangl, Dec. 8.
Malls will depait for thu following
points aa follows:
Yokohama Per Slbeila, Nov. 15.
Vancouver Per AorangIDvc. 8,
Colonies Per. Merams, n0. 13.
Inter-Island and O. It ft U shipping
books for sale t tbe Bulletin
office, 5C each.
Bulletia Buiinen Offioe Phqne 200
Bulletin Editorial Boom flume 183.