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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. t! . SATW.DAY. SEPT. 17. 1010
, Piiclllc Slnled.
Oceanic Third Degree.
llunnllan First Degree
, u ). m.
Perfection lib Degree nml
All visiting member ol tnt
I attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
lA Jt'B each month
i. at K. F. Hall
l IMF 7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENBiHEfftS' $25 f
,. dlally invited.
HARMONY lOTJafc. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday' evening nt
i 7:30 In I. 0. 0. P. Hall, Fort Street
- E. n. HENDItV, Secretary.
t II. E. McCOY. Noble Grand.
'A visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IODQ;,(No. 1, K. of P.
i Meets every ltrst and tlilrd Frl-
-'Uay evening at 7:30 In K. of 1. Hall,
totuuf Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
- WM. JONES. C. C.
r O. F. JIEINE, K. R. S.
.HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
ifiMeets every flrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
J'jthlas, Hall. Vltlng brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
) A. L. EAK1N, Sachem.
' ' ' E. V. TODD, C. of K. "
HONOLtllU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E.
: Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
'.JNESDAY evenings of. each month 'at
fftSO o'clock In K. or P. Hall, corner
Zleretnnla and Fort streetB.
iVlsltlngEagles are Invited to ftt-
W. It. RILEY, W. P.
' " WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, D. V. 0.
BlkB, meeu In their hall, on King
Btreet. near Fort, every FrWay ove-
itng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
.Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Bee.
WM. McKlNLEY LODQE, NO. 8,
i K. of P,
Mets every'Jnd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot r
Hall.'cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit'
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
H.,'A. TAYLOR. C. O.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
the water supply
won't help nny, but a '
nt&ohed to the city main
Wijl give you a constant sup
ply of clear water. We will
bejpleased to furnish details.
, 177 S. KINQ STREET
M. E. Sifva,
' ! i '
i mSTDZBTAKXR AND EMBALMEB
Pronpt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Plioiie !ll70 NiKlit Call 1014
"' fCompai Intent in the
'a i'rtitlGulAii iiiune of
Oct l01 Ol
RAT and ROACH Paste
(luirintml to extfrmlwe rcckroachd, nil,
nice, urutrrbuiK, tic. ur money refunded.
H(.hn1Vi Hot bo 1100. BoM lj drvfrUU
lr will irM rM4 on lclil uf rM-.
STEiRNt' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., CHICAGO. III.
'Continued from Page 1)
great ra c Tor the nVmirr The
roal crew was (ill the Inside, ami
Charlie mid 1'iniik then got rid )f
Fat Men's Race.
It was 10 :ii) when Thompson nml
Chllllligwiirth imt their boat Into
the water at the Healanl lloat and
got ntiilcr uav fur tlio stiirtlni; point
ut the linn) np.ir tlio linrlior pn
trame. It uns a Ipw liilnutes lalor when
Cupid mill Hiilicitson imllcil away
from Hip Mjrtln lloat, and the cheers
greeting lliein wern denfenlnB.
There was a great ileal of Joshing
the two crews an they started out.
not the least among the JoRliers he
Ing Colonel Sam I'arUor and party,
who followed all the rnri's In a
launch and who Hne Cupid a ureal
deal of well-meant mlvlee. ,
The only reason tlio l'.irker parly
did not follow their favorite tlio
entire length of the raumc nnd Klve
him Rood ailvlre ami coarhliiK wun
that all roachlliK ff'"11 the sidelines
was prohibited l Hip Jndites, In nil
It was lft;20 when the- starting
gun wns fired and the two "crews got
The crews hoth'Rot away In Rood
shape, 3mtat llrst llio:llealanl crew
JiaiLlhe -power stroke.
CiipIdZancl ltobertsoniliad n Iouk,
sweeping stroke hut they could not
get away from the shorter stroke nt
Soon after passing the Myrtle
club Thompson went to the bad, and
from that lime on tlio other rrow
forged steadily nlieud, only winning
nut by one boat length, tlio Healanl
(rew btopplng rowing Just before
tlio finish line was reached.
lTp to 100 yards from the finish
tho boats were going oven, but
Thompson's going out put the other
crew ahead ami made It the winner.
The Myrtle time was I mill.
3 3.i .kec,, iinil the Healanl 4 mln.
SLx-Paddle Race. - -
'i K MAHKKOI.A.
In the fourth rifiVnf tho day, the
slx-paddle uire, there were six con
testants, five of tho crews being Iln
wnllans nnd the fnuitli, in the lla
nakpoke, being hnoles, the winners
of last year's race.
The tables were tumnil In the rnro
this morning, for the Komi crew
came across the finish linn first,
with the haole crew, third, tliu rrow
of the MuulcPola being a close sec
ond to the winner.
Time of the raco: Winner, 7 mill.
J 2-fi sec; hPoond crew, 7 mln. 3 4-li
bee. No time was taken for the
These thrco wore the only crews
llnlshlng, the others diupplng out
before tho course was half covered.
As the six crews lined up for the
start they presented all Inspiring
In one row along the starting lino
they poised, and as the word of tlio
starter canio asking If they were
ready, muscles grew taut nnd deter
mination was written In the ta'o of
each Individual of tho waiting
As the word was given and the
crewH eniiio down the streuh, they
presented tho prettiest sight of the
in perfect ih) thin IIipv cnnio in
ward Die llnlsh, shifting paddles
from side to sliln as tliev swung
down the stretch.
How it Looked.
i;.irly III thn rare the three crews
which IIiiIhIiciI drew away from the
others, and fiom Hint time on It was
i ram between the Knee
Tim Kona crew slowli drew ahead
and the nuoinl Hawaiian crew stuck
rloxo us they diew lowanl Ihn llnlsh
Drawing near the llnlsh Hue Hie
exertions if Hie news liicieased
nwe.it uleilllli'd ill pi'isplilllg IliHllim
.mil Hie 'heels from llawailani nil
4ioii wuir tlfMfuillllK. Hits nice
lliiwlng mom I'lirur lliaii miv of Inn
II K8 0 vltm IlllUll. Hie iiimmi "i
I lie wiml ciuw'g boat iiiPiini! iiiu
iiuaitei of the wlnneis' as the lino
was pinmed. and the haole crew hut
a length behind.
Senior Pair-Oared Knee.
The Iio.iIb got away evenly nnd
for a hundred yards the Myrtles led.
Then the llvalnnls picked up n lot
and struck up a thirty four gait. The
.Myrtles were on the Inside and they
iiilckl evened llilngs up with the
other crew. Tor half way the crews
raced level, and then the Myrtles
forged ahead and won liy three
length Time: Myrtles, 1 mln.
41 9-10 reel llealatils, I mill.
51 3-10 nee.
Won b a length. The- hanlpadld
great work, hut could not unite get
up to the leaden? Only four cntioci
started. Tlio Kona canoe was the
favorite, nnd the) just Hied the con
fidence reposed In them. The time
of the winners was 0 mln 22 I '
ree, nnd (he cecond ramie came In
1 1 seconds later.
l'rom a good start both boats got
away eenlv and raced together. At
half way the llealatils led by a
length, and great chceis went up
when It was seen that the clean
sweep act was not tn come oil. With
iwo hundred nrds to go, Hie llea
latils sprinted nnd soon forged nhea. I.
The M riles put Ih great licks, bill
the Healanl held them rufii ami won
by one nnd a half lengths. Titn
llenlnnls, I mln. 47 2 " eop.; Myr
tles, 1 mln. "i2 l-!i rev. It was a
great race nnd llipro was much
cheering by Healanl rupportcrs.
Four-Paddle Canoe ('Women).
3 Not plaied.
Tlireo started and moil after tlio
stnrt two canoes fouled; then anoth
er foul occiirrnl. Then all tlni-p
raced for the line, and Hie John I. II
got uway and won by leu lengths.
Time, 2 mill. r, in nee. ,
Kotli paddle riiuoe for women was
tlio last raco on tlio program as far
as paddle mid rowing races weer con
corned nnd this wns slatted Just be
foio one o'dock. I
From an early Hour this morning
the llapld Transit cars were ciowd
ed with a real holiday crowd t lint
wns out for fun and certainly got
It al thn walcrfiont, whole the an
nual legatta was held. The girls
were much in evidence, anil the way
the )oitng Miss with a Myrtle ban
ner looked nt another dainty girl
who wore the Healanl eolois, was
rich, to say the least of It. The
cars all bore Joyful loads of white
dressed girls and flannel-nulled men
tn the watcrftont, nnd long befoic
9 o'clock the Healanl and Myitle
boat clubs were thronged with spec
tators who had count tn enjoy them
selves and avail themselves of the
invitations extended by the iiosplt
able members of the two chilis.
As soon ns the sun arose tills
morning it wns seen that the day
was going tn he a warm one, but
who ever saw it Honolulu man, wo
man or child shy at the sun on Kn
gntta 'Day? Taking It altogether,
the day was a beautiful one. nml
the linrlior presented a fine scene
when all the canoes, outriggers and
barges were In a.tlon.
The llagshtp was anchored just
uff shore, and tho crnwd of ofllclnls
on board of her were kept busy with
megaphone and camera. The pres
was right onto the spot, and was
treated very hospitably by the (nni
mlttee In clintge of affairs. .
The harbor seemed tn lie nllve
with boats and amies, and much
Interest wns taken hi the speeding
of tlio launches which darted back
and forth all the time. As the tlmo
approached for f'uc first nice ' to
stall, theie was a huz of excite
ment all rouno, mid the cheers that
went up from both clulihonses were
heard for miles, i
The Myrtles were nil conlldetre
and reckoned that they could not
bo beaten. The llealatils felt Just
as sure, and as for the canoe pad
dlcrs, none of the crews would
listen to any talk of defeat. Tlio
Walktki outfit, bonded by Kenneth
llrown, attracted a lot of ntteutlon
ns they spurted out tn take their
place In tho rn'c, which the Kona
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paddlers had alic.ul' c.ille.l Ihclr
own In ndvalue, 'I he ince l do
icrlbed elsewheie ami a lieauty It
I'rlnco Cupid nnd Alec Kihilrnn
weie tho must looked nl and talhed
of men nt the .Mjltlen, while Sena
lor Cliilllngwotth nnd I'rnnk Thnmp
son had nu ndmlrltig Huong around
them till thn morning. The four
men are about the most popular In j
Honolulu, nml they certainly made
good In their pair oar raie, which
has Iippii the talk uf the town for
There were a number of the Zea-
landla pas8etigeia around the boat
c ubs during tho morning, nnd ns
many of them were Aiutrnllnns they
spoke with enthusiasm about the
lowing gifme. On S)dney harbor
there are mme fine regnttas, and all
N. H. Wales turns out for the big
f.ne that Is held on Anniversary
I) iv. Iirt .la-kron ) alive wltli
water craft on thai day, and for
months before, the crows pie In J
training for the different event.
Tho olllcluls uf the day were ub!
Judges W. W. HairlB, W,
Diuke, Captain (,'orliraii.
Starter ticorgo Turner.
Timekeepers It. II. Wright, S. A.
Walker, O. W. C. Deerliig.
Clerk of CourreK. V. Ixiw,
Recorder c g. Crane.
ltegnltn i Committee T. V. King.
chairman; I; .Spalding. II. r. 11.-1 1-J
On hoard tlio Hawaii, which was'
anchored uff l'eto Baron's place, was'
galhcicd a fine collecllon of sports,!
who nit 'look the rciatcr.t Interest
In Hie dHTeient events. Captain
Wilder of the Hawaii wns looking
very much nt home on the boat that
he i.teered to victor) In tlio tluus
pnclflc race. I
The Ktilninnnu II.. crowded with i
n gnlly-atllrcd bun h of people, kept,
lushing iiliout tint haihor, and tlio
pacn that the power boat got up
When the first .race started thn
crnwd on the wnteifiont was Im
mense and thn scene "was an mil
mated one. Whistles ''tooted nnd
cheers went up when. It, Aval seen
Hint the llrst race of the day was
uolnir tn the Mvrlles. - '
" I fc '
Ily thn lime Hie first race was lln
Islied, the iiovvd on over) available
trpnee along the fiunt and lu hoatH
of all descriptions had Increased
On the freighter Hclsdon, which
wns lying at the Channel wharf,
eveiy space of standing inmn was
taken from bridge to main deck, nnd
Captain lleigei's musicians checied
tho ciowil ns well as contestants
from the bridge of the steamer.
Kverythlug afloat In the bay was
dicsscd In Its best for tlio nicaslon, !
the leveliue cutler Thetis having all
her Hags tl lug in Hie morning j
Change in Program,
On account of ships leaving Hie
harbor, the program wiih changed
after tlio K'lilur burgo rurA
The freshman hx oar barge taro
was put up front fouith pin n to
Iloth the ('hi)n Mnru and Zenlati
dla were scheduled to sail fiom 11
o'clock to noon, and their maneii
veilng In the stream nnd Ihe wnkn
they would create might wink to
the disadvantage) of one more than
This cliango met wllh tiro approv
al of tlio big cinwd, for these two
races run c ffllrst held Hie largest
Interest of nny on tlio whole pro
gram. On the Hawaii,
Anchored uff the naval whaif the
yacht Hawaii was used ns Judges
niMIDIIN lili'lMI l ilinil
Number Will lie
(Jag. II. Love)
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bullc
t i n for n nickel is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, Jt per hour. Lewis Stables.
llethel .Sheet Hack Stand l'linno
It goes without snylng that every
thing Is Ilest ut The Encore.
The Anchor Saloon Is now n curio
museum worth seeing. Uou't forget.
(Irent ilhlKin bargains nt Whitney
& Marsh's sal" on Monday morning
.nnv rJ-n ri?av-r--r-,
.17 nniinni nrnmnrn
.' MI(MAY MfVll.r-. r
ciiNTim, r.Mox riii'iini.
llegiiuilng tomorrow morning tlio
lllblc! School will leauuie nil Its
classes again. Ni w scholars will bo
most cordially welcomed. This Is a
good time lu start In. Mr. Kd Tnwse,
superintendent; Mr. A. 1 1. Larimer,
,Ilev. Finnic Scudder will preach at
the morning service at 11 o'clock. The
assistant minister,. Mr. Khersolci, nt
the evening rurvlce. Tho initio quartet
will sing at both services.
At 3 o'.clock lu the nfternoon the
Christian Hndcawir Society will con,
duct n service ut I.eahl Home.
The Christian Kndeuvor meeling In
tlio parish Iioiifo ut l:2U will be led
by Mls Slgnn Wlkuiider. Tlio hiibjepi,
Iv, "Desisting tlo Kvll Ilowf '
Next Wednesday evening Mr. I-Xer-Role
will contlnuu his study of "Th
Ideal Ufo" ns pnrt'n)ed lu tlio Ser
mon nn (bo Mount taking up In par
ticular "Tlio 1 tidal lou ot that Ideal to
the Karlior Hebrew Ideal."
A most cordial Invitation s hereby
extended .to nil who nrp not connected
with somu other cliiirjh in thn city
to nltend these services nt Central
Union Chinch. Strangers mid vis
itors In the city most welcome.
Iillerday Faints, Hrorgnnlzed
Chinch, on King St., near Kiiplolanl.
il:l.i a. in. Sunday School; lesson
topic, "I'lilllp unci the Cunuch "
II a. m., morning worship. A talk
on I'rlde by Hlder M. A. McCunley.
G p. in., ZIoii'k Iteligln Literary So
cle!) ; lesson, (Juartcily levlew. Alsu
literary nnd musical program.
":Vi p. m., evening worship. Some
uf Hie Old Jeiusalem (lospel by Cider
(1. J. Walker.
Feats free. All welcomo.
CIIIIISTIAN CIIIIIKII. '
A. C. McKeuvcr, minister.
9:4.ri n. Ill, llllde Sclmol; Wm. O.
11 a. m., sermon nml communion.
0:3ii p. in.. V. 1'. S. C. '.j Miss Yar
row, leader; suliject, "Iteslst the
Dovlll Iluw?" Jos. 4:1-10.
7:30 p. in, sermon; subject, "Moses
nnd Sclenco Wherein Tliey Differ."
All lire Welcome.
J)K"-"For Rent" cards on sale al
thp Dullftln offlcs.
r .;. f . . .
Hand, and there, under the light
nwiilng, the olILinl. newspaper men
nml a few visitors were Interested
spectator or thn day's events.
There wns piitlzatishlp In plenty
nu the Hawaii, but it was about
Ill the boat houses nil tlio talk
unci cheeiB were on one side, hut on
the Hawaii the crnwd was about
even'y divided, am good-natured
hanldage Hew back and forth during
Hie pn.giers of tho different rares,
as llrst one nnd then another of the
iiinleftantH took the lead
ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ON PAQE EIGHT.
I ARRIVED , DEPARTED I' "
i. j. I .
Friday, Sept. 1C,
H. S. Chl)o Mnru, Hreene, from I
China and Japan, .1 p. in.
1 H. H. Zealnndla, Motrlshy, from Van
couver, t! p. in.
Saturday Sept. 17,
Stmr. Manna Ken, Freeman, from
llllu nnd way poits, n. in,
I'or stmr. Manna Koa. Freeman
from lllio and Maul jsirts, a. tn. Mrs.
Williams, 1.. M. Hale, II. Cosllng, Mrs.
St. Clair, Miss Ilartels, C It. Hack
land. C. Wollers, J. A. Scnlt. .1. K.
Senas and 2 children, H. I,. Wong, K.
Mlyao, Miss M. Sllva, Miss M. Drash,
Oeo. I.ycurgtiB. n. I. I.lllle, C. O. Hart
lett. .1. 1). Eastern, W. Wilson, Master
(' Wesloby, Master F. Soper. W. Do
sha. J. Mnnohn, P. Coyne. C. C.
Smith, Wnl Nam, C. K. Notlcy, Itcv.
S. Oyenoya. C. II. Andrews, T. O'Hrl
en. Mrs. M. Ciimmlngs, U)k Ken, Jnn.
Hind ml wife. Mrs. II. V. Wood.
I. P. Wood, W. Von Arnswnldt, U.
lmon, J. Jorgensen, Jns, alrd,
Master A. Long, M. Perry, A. Ahrens,
Mrs. .loigensen. Master Jorgonson,
R .Itlclinrdsnn, It. (lorninn, Kpoiij, Ma
rino, Miss lluber, Miss llrown, .1. P.
Fnrslcr and wife. I.leut. Kunnhel",
Mrs. A. F. Tnvares, Capt. W. i:. Hal,
wire and daughter, V. Yamanaka, N.
Smafugl. Master Ciimmlngs, Master
Scarle, Oeo. II. Ilnbertson, II. W. Way
nent. II. M. Ayres, It. Sakaha. M. Ma
Ida. 1,leut. 3. Vf. Sfnrlo, Hem. jKaltta
klnl, Per C.-A. S. n. ZealnndlaJ from Van
couver nml Victoria, September IB. 'i
For Honolulu:' Miss K. Percey. Miss
f. Oardnor, II. W. Pope, Mrs. II. W.
Popo, J. V. na,msey, Mrs, .1. ,V. nam
ney. C F Jonkpsfc I),, II, L, pickoy,
J. Smcn,ton, C McNnh, Mrs CMcNah,
Miss MqNnh, M. D. Fcgel, Miss Q.
Cousins. Miss F. Coimlna, Miss N. KM
lli;un. Miss 1 .0. Cameron, Miss Hel
en KR8(;I, A Mclnnen, Miss M. do
Mojdnr, Wis .1. O, Turner, D...F. Tu
rin, II, Ji Cpoper. Mri. k. J. .Cooper,
V. Vlelorson, Miss ,llnrrson, Miss R.
Harrison, Miss S, Harrson, A. Percl
slroifs. Mlsg Dcn)er, ,11, ,13, Hansen,
Mrs. H. Ii Hansen, C. Vcrstey, W.
Wjllo. K. AnilcJ, fl. Amle(1F.. D. Hal
lett, F. Worsop. J. 'llohde, Mrs. N.
Rnhdo. IC Stanley. W. II. Jlattcrsby,
.1. S. nrenves.
Per T K. K. Chlyn Mam. from the
Orient, Sept. lfi For Honolulu: "J. 11.
Flslier. Mis. J. II. Fisher. Miss I.. Oar
diner, Miss II. Haver, K. lllyama, K.
Mntstimotu. Miss O. Millar, Mrs. M.
Oshlma nnd maid. Mrs. Orakl, Miss
Ozaka, Mrs. J. C. Powers. Mrs, K. K.
Illco, A. I.. Ilae, Mrs. A. B. Hwlft.
Miss (I. I. Swift. Dr. .1. M, Whitney.
Mrs. J. M, Whitney
IIKOINNINO wllh tho steamship
Tncomn Mnru, duo at Taconia nu Oc
tober C, Urn Osaka Shosben Knlslia
steumnrs will mako Victoria a jsirt
or call on both outwnrd and Inward
voyages. Tho object Is to compete
for the heavy steerage business tn
TDK NKW life saving stntion all
NVah Hay will ho ready for occupancy
within a few days. It Is 'one of tho
best equipped Institutions of Its kind
In the United States. Slnco Febrit
ary seventy vessels nnd forty-six llvoi
havo liten saved by tho crew of the
life saving .station nt Nenh Hay.
DAILY SCORES OF
(PlKclal 11 ill let In Cable.)
SAN niANCISCO, Sept. 17. The
scores In tho big leagues' play toda'y
National Ilrooklyn 3, Chicago 6:
llrooklyn 3, Chicago 2; New York 1.,
St. liuls 0; New York 11, St. Louis
3; Huston B, Pittsburg 4; Philadel
phia 3, Cincinnati S.
American Detroit 10, Plilladel
phln 3; Chicago 4, Iloston 3; Cleve
land 7. Washington 2; St. Louis 1,
New York C. ,
jtflnrrinl nullel In Cable.)
N1JW YOIIK. Sept. 17 Juck Fi
ler established n world'H record for
(eventy live ) arils' hurdles, inaklui:
II in 'J 2-r seconds.
NEW GOLF CHAMPION
tXHi'l.ll III! I let In C.il.li. )
IIIIOOKI.INK, Mass.. Sept 17.
W ('. Fnwiies tuduy wun tho Nit ,
tloiuil Amateur Unit Wmld's rliutil
Now oiiii of the papMiH says thai
Dm KiiIsiii'h poetry h mh Hood ns Al
fl'Vi Aimtlli's T,bis Is leal cause loi
war between IJntJjiiul nml Hiui.iiiy
NtW lluveu TlineinlHiuder,
VlilJ I'lill'l i'll 1 wfilti tiivaOi Willi a
idillil Mi)jitt '
doetui'l aU (ilsivij riuii.
lon 19 ljllls!.
Saturday, Stpt. 17.
B. 8. Chlyo Mnin, for San Francisco,
11 a, m.
ti- A.. ...... .. - .. .. T
i n eiuir. uiuuuine, nennett, for
Maul, 8ept. 17, 5 p, tn. II. P. Bald
win. Miss Von Tempsky, 11. T. Zablan,
W. K. Strntich. V. Chun Lung, S. Johtj.
son. K. II, Hnrt and son, Mrs. B. K.
Lucas, Jas. Ilapnnula and wlfo, Mr.s.
Mannla and 2 children. W. A. Ander
son, wife and 2 children, Mr. Nob
lltt, Hev. 8. I,, Desha, II. W. ltce.
wlo and 3 children. A. II.' Lnndgrnft,
II- 8. Hogerup, W. D. Mclntyre, Y.
Per O. 9. a. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, September 21. Mr?. A. K.
Iluchley, Miss Ilarllett, Mr. and Mrs.
T. If. Ilenton, Mrs. Ilolbrook, Mfss
Holbrook, Mrs. F. T. Bulllvan and
child, ,rs. F. P. Ijntghlln and child,
Miss Center, Mrs. D. Center, tyrs. T.
It. Heard, Mrs. A, B. Ueanl,. Mrs W.
A. Oray, Miss Kva Oray, W. U(naven,
M. T. Moore, J. n. Harris, Miss Har
ris, Doctor Aiken, Doctor and Mrs.
Wnltors. Mr and Mrs. D. L. IJIIIs,
Mr. Herman, Mr. Matthews, F. E.
Thompson, Miss K Herry, Mr. ohil
Mrs, II. D. Porter, J. W. Hamilton,
Dr. and Mrs. K. V. Illco. J. II. Simp
son and wife, Miss K Held. Miss O.
Drum, Mrs, E. II. Waterhouse, til
Misses Waterhouse, Mr, and Mrs. II.
II. Penhallow, Mrs, F. D, Held, Hev.
Y. T, Kang, Mrs, C. II. Waterman.
Miss K. llechlrt, J. I). Tucker. Mrs.
n (I Murnskv. Miss M Husaey, Miss
E. Marion, Miss K. B. Cox, Miss M.
It. liwn, Miss II. U Hilton, Miss L.
Day, Mrs. O. D. RuBsell and child, Mr.
Malls are one at Honolulu from
poluts as follows:
San Francisco Por Siberia, Sept. 19.
Malls will depart for the follnwlus
points as follows:
Colonies Per Manuka, Sept. 16.
Dlx, sailed from Honolulu for Manila,
Logan em onto to Manila.
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, Aug. 14,
U. 8. A. T. Sherman, from Honolulu,
for 8. F., Sept. 3.
1N fOREIQN PORT
Thursday Stpt. .IS.
SAN FI1ANCI8CO Arrived Sept. IS:
Schr, Muriel, from Honolpu. Ang. 20.
POHTI.AND Arrived Sept. IS: 8, 3.
Dnmara. hence Sept. 7,
Wednesday Sept, 14. ,
HF.DONDO Arrived Sept. 13: Schr.
9 8 Holmes, from Illlo, Aug. 17.
SAW FilANClSCO Sept. 14: S. S.
Lurllno, bonce Sept. R.
YOKOHAMA Salted Sopt. J.4:
ABla, for 'Honolulu.
KAHULUI Arrived Sept. fi:
Wm, T. Iwls, from Cardiff,
Tuesday Sept. 13.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Sept. 13, i
p. m.: S, S. Slboi la, for Honolulu.
SALINA CItUZ Arrived Sopt. 13: S.
S, Mexican, from Illlo, Aug. 27.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Sept. 11: S.
S. Virginian, for San Francisco, .
SBATTLK Sailed Sept. 12: S. S.
Illlunlun, for Honolulu.
t WATERFRONT NOTE (
Till: CANADIAN-Australlan liner
.ealnndla, which was expected to ar
rive last Thursllay, came In -yesterday
afternoon and docked' on' the Kwa
side of Alakoa wharf.
Among the Honolulu pessnngers
who leturned on 1ier are, tho tlireo
(laughters of Fred Harrison, the lo
cal contractor. A. W. Perulstroua, the
lltissUn, who assisted Labor Agent
A. L ,C. Atkinson In bringing the
Ilusslan immigrants here returned In
her. Q, F. Jenkins was another return
PUItSBR PHILLIPS of tho Bteamer
Manna Ken, Cnptalu Freeman, urrlv
log ths morning from Illlo aud way
ports reiiorts the follow lug sugar
awaiting shipment on Hawaii: 0aj,
3000; Walnaku 6400; Hamakiia .no;
llonnkaa. 1S00; Punaliiil 370S; Ileum
Till: STEAMKIl MlkahaU will ar
rive from Molokal tomorrow morning,
bringing general merchandise, from
l.anal. Maul and Molokal, She will
sail again for her regular ports Of call
next Tuesday afternoon at S o'clock,
Till: STEAMKIl M. 8. Dollar, bound
from Tslngluii for Hankow, struck, a
sutikin rock 80 miles from hvr desti
nation and received considerable dam
age to her hull below the water-line.
ON THH last trip of Hie Siberia Into
the port of Suit Franciicu u hunch of
thirteen tins of contraband opium
were coiillscalud by the ctiHtiuna In
Till! IIIII'K i.r Hie uliuuier I'lmeliU
)viuli wus lei'siilly weckd tlrr
I'ollil Aleim, lias bieii told lor j00
til IMlWIy Ihu suIvukv doiuulidi
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