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BVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1910
raclllc Stated. ij, d f
Oceanic Second Degree.
Regular ft p. in. y
Jliivfnllnu First Degree,
i ' 'mj '
All visiting members of tBt
Order are cordially 'InTlted to
I attend meftilrujs nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
IBlwcrMciiiteBc Members of
HAKM0NY IQDQE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Metta ovory Monday evening at
?:3u in i. o. O. F. Hall, ror,t Sticot
ft ' E- n.rIIENDUV, Sccrotary.
ff II. E -McCOY. Nohlo Grand.
'AH visiting brothcrB very, cordially
OAHTJ LODGE, No. 1, X. of P
..Meets exert fTral nnrt thlr.1 ifrl.
day ev.enlog.at 7;304n.,TC. of J Hall.
.corner fort and Juoreiunla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
, was. JOWE3, c. C.
" o, p. ;ieine, K. It. s.
HAWAIIAN-IRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M
Meets cory first and thlnl Thurs-
daya of A,wh month at Knights of
Pythias, Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially. Invited to attend.
A. h. KAKIN, Sachem.
' 13. V. TODD, C. ot. H. .
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P.' 0. E,
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
T4E8DAY evenings .oteach month at
7:au ociocK.in'ii. or..r.iili, corner
ueretnma and Fori streets.
Vlaltlng Eagles arc Invited to nt
is,' W. R. RILEY,-W. 4'.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 610, B. P. 0. E.
, IIQHOIUIU IjUUgO nil. U1U, i. r. v
Elk?, meets in tne.tr uau, on King
Streqt. near Fort, every FrMay evc
plus. VUltlng Brothers aro cordially
llllllta.l (n lltlMn.l
U.,..U .U .VVMU. ,
, JAb. u. uuuuuj-.iiij, n. ii.
..QCO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
,VM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
l". K. of P.
I. '- . .
'i Meets every ,2nd and 4th Saturday
signing at 7:80 o'clock In K. of P.
Hiyll, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
.tng rpthera corjllally Invited to at
tend. u 11. AiTAYliOnGa -
I Complete Office Fixtures
. for immediato delivery. Address P.
O. Box 207, Honolulu.
Bvi'-' !?. D.Mi.
I. Folding Chairs & Tables
J. Hopp 6c. Co.T Ltd .
' Chairs Now at tho
t .uju.o.j-Aitj.EJt siror
f n, NEWJtABBEH A competent luan
! 'hufjust arrived from the Ccast.
K. VJEBBA .iroprietor
Japanese nf Hawaii,' directed by
Consul Gfcnernl llsonb, will comment
orate the blithda.i nf the Mikado,
Mtitauhilii, In mi unusual and nUib-
orato manner this )ear. The birth
day falls on November It, and great
preparations nro Already being made
to tclcbicto tho ciont, whlcli Is an
Important date to Japanese all over
A big reception li bo given bjr tho
consul gtmcral on tho roof gnVriep ot
tho joung Hotel Is one of the fea
tures planned for the oonalon. No
nfllclal nnnounccninnt of the pn
grani has been given imt, but It Is
undiTftood that, Invllnllons will bo
HI lit In hit lilt. Aifa nt rnal.lnntb .,f Itl.
am.".:" hir rrr ln n1' '
nrtnlrs In f.ict It b planned rt..clnbs ,, nrtornoon lha sprint-
make this uweptlon the most clab-crs aro to lo BM 0i,r,IR tirulRl ,h(
orato evor bold by Japmcio In tho Wnicr In greit style.
lalanita. Mrg, Norrls, U or Stanley Nor-
. The reception will bo mndo more rls of the Mniuif-ietitiern' Shoo Co.,
brilliant by the Jnet Hut, Admiral sailed this ir.iirnliii; nn Iho Wllhel.
Ynshlro ami the ofll om of the Jal Jmlna for tip t'o.ist. Mrs. Norrls Is
nnoRP trnttilni anilflflwin rniilctlnf ....1.1.. .. ..I ,.. .... ..m i. i i.
of the warships As.tipa and Kasagl.1
will nrrhc In ort from .Innan Mi
November L- Thoy will b present
nt tho reception, making It llko a
union nf the official families of tho
navies of tho United States and
It Is said that nhotit 1000 Invtln-
lions will be Issued In the near fu-,
turc. After the plans have been per-
fected, Consul (lenernl I'jeno will
nnnnunce the program.
Admiral Ynshlro s squadron, said
Uyeim this morning, will le.io tho
Yokosukn navv sard on October 1
The Arnma, tho ndnilral' flagship,
will hac a barAITon board.
Tho Kona Hallway & Land Com
p.in Ltd., csturday filed articles of
IncoriioMtlon with 'tho trcisnrcr o.
the territory as .reunited ,by law, The
news of tho oganlzatlon of this com
pany to exploit Kona, Hawaii, was ex
clusively published last week by tho
n u,l 1 e 1 1 n, tnvil Iho facts gUcti nt
Tho Incorporators inaired In the nr
llclca nro W. A. Wall, president; W.
W. Harris, tecrolaiy: Wlll.ml K
Brown, trensurer; W A. Uio and W
H, -dlclnerny Tho principal placo of
business Is to bo In Kona nud Iho
company Is Incori orated for 'fifty
yeara. Tho capital Block Is IISO.000.
dUlded Into firtcfn hundred shares of
tho par Miluo of $l"0 each. It Is stat
ed that tho cn'lre capltnl block has
been Kiibscrlbcd and paid In for pro
pcrly, tho property being tho fran
chlao iintlr which tho company ex
pce,ts to operate. Wall Ins subscribed
for50 shares, Harris and Brown for
150 each. Mclnerny for 71 and l.oo
for 25. Tho capital ut'ick may bo ex
tended to $1,510 000. Tho nropoKod
route of tho road Is from Kawnnloa.'
Kona. south Ihrmieh Kiih.mki. Wmin
blnu, Nnalflm to Honnlpii, Knu, and
on to Pahala mill: From Kahauko n
SecBnd" lino'1 will "run to Ifonokohaii,
(Continued from Pace 1) '
his cnsli, n ml when 'Informed of tho
matter was very surprlsod.
Henry Clnrk was formerly under
bonds to tho amount of $1000.'
whlih were provided by a surety
company. Lust July tho bonds
lapsed owing to tho premiums not)
being paid. Clnrk was told that ho
must get u new bond, but ns tho
county refused to pay tho premium,
tho mntter lay In nheynnco for sonio
tlmo. Flnnllj, last week, a bond
was obtained for $100' but as the
alleged cmlK'zzlenient had been go.
lng on prior to tho Issuance of the
bond, that guaranteo Is worthless.
As tho shortage has been mndo up
there will bo nn dispute ovr tho
payment or uoupajmont of the bond.
Thin attericon at 1.30 o'clock tho
grand Jury met at tho City Hall hud'1 Inr8 muilUer of Political orators,
.. .. ... I A H'nltriiMA wliafn IImwm Mn,
the Henry Clark ombczzlcmcnt case
cmo up for consideration. Only
two witnesses nro being examined In
tho matter, and they aro Chief Clerk
iiIIiib Asch and Deputy County Au
dUor James I.loyd. City and County.
Attorney John Catbcart Is conduct -
lug tlio Investigation, und tho Clnrk
matter promises to bo under (.ousld
emtion (or uomo.huurh.
" I . , .il
W i. k I v II u 1 1 e.l I ii SI per jrnr.
lllnck handbag on Piinnhou nrenuo.lnf Domncrntlc raiidldntcs will occupy
between King and Wlldmi'Stieets.'tbo handstniid nt Aal i Park nt night,
Finder keep money; return bal
nnco or contents to thin office.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Iho tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice ns larce
as the tablet usually sold for this
lletlitl .St. Iliick St.iml, l'lione 1I.V.1.
Try a, cus'i- of I'lnccnir. It Is pure.
It Hon without saying that every'
thing Is Best at Tho Encore. '
A new stunt etery day nt tho An
chor Saloon, Nuuntiu and King.
"Six-clinir shop; no lonp; waits.
Silent Barber Shop, Hotel street.
For dlstlllt'il wiilvr. Hire's loot
Beer and alt other popular drinks.
Ring up 1'uotie 2171 Consolidate!
Tho four c.itrs ngilnst Joeeph Pcr-j
injl, who h allegoil In be n holdup
man mid u Ihb-f, wero nil Kent ocr
till Orlober 18 Toi trial lit tho.pullci
in Honolulu In few ecks.
i.t.,,,in.,!.ni ri,,ni i- t. !,,...,.,
raj ilei'iulnieiit, wan nil nrrlvnl this uack ,0 "l0 0llc,lt "'' T' , K- 11,,cr
morning on Iho Sherman for fcta-jChljo Maru sailed fr m th( roast
t0n o will relieve Mnjor llalna port nu October " and iirrlvej ort llo
ns pninustcr nt this tlty. the latter nolulu early this morning bilnglng
returning to tho Slates for station, miio pnthiMsriti and 1SU wicks of
city and County Deto tlvo 11. T.'mall for Honolulu,
Lake left on tho 3:13 train this aft-1 This trip of tho Chljn Iho osnel
erneou for Wnlalun, whcio he will Is tarrying over n.nou tuns of cargo
intcrvlow tho commnndlng nrflrcr ofllor tho Oilont, m-iro thnn son first
tho 20tli Infantry and find out sonic cabin passengers, CI Hirond claiu, and
necessary details about it care In
,0, r0Ine 'soldlcrn ate mixed up.
The regular inccting, nf the Board
of trustees or the Chamber of Coni
mercn fill lo bold this nftnrtioiiti at
3 O'clock. 'Secretary Wood stated this
moVnltrg that nothing but routine bus
iness ,1s scheduled, Nct Wednesday
litlcrnoort the chamber will hold Its
The Tcrrltoilal Board of Inimlgrn
tion met this morning ut Us olllco and
dleciishcd niatlors which wero not
qulto decided upon nt tho last meet
ing. ' Clmlrhlan Wodoliouse of the
Board Hinted tluit nn cablegrams wore
received from A. J. C-imphell, the Inb
or tigrnt, whlls In .Portugal now
Tho department of botany nud hor
ticulture of the Collego of Hawaii
Is now engaged In n suryey of tho
egctnblo gardens of Hawaii, and In
connection Is stud lug tho Important
plant idlBC.iHs. A form bns been
Irsued for a Bjstematln recording of
esbcntlnl facts obBered In conncc
lion with the studies, which Is of
much aid to the1 student of plant
i. i 11
EOR THE BOSS
Reports from Kauai aro that Boss
McCaudlcss had a-dlsappolnting trip
In that section of tho Torrltory.
i ...j .. ..... ... .
" uquiowttc POss wna tqttow-
riorciy ny iinpuiiiieiuiB. i
fonnil that his mcctliiKs wero not
well attended mid bo -wns greeted
'With Vtio .onthiihlasm Tho gonnral
opinion Is that ho Is wcaltcr on Ka
uai than two jcars ago.
Knnllm was well received and
worked hard for tho boss ovcrywhoro
thej went. His iipecches wore along
Identical lines with thosQ delivered
ou .ll.vwall and Jifnul. ,
, .L 1. . m. . , i, i .
A rough Eoa trip from Kauai, ;
plcnsant automobile rlclo to Wal
kanc, nnd a fcabt tonight under the
shade nf a big kamanl tree, will sum
uii tho day'H experiences for I. Ink
Link McC.indlcs8, nccompanicd by
It. M, Kmilho nnd J)alil Kalawala,
returned this morning from Kaiml,
and after consiilllug with Democrat
ic Campaign Manager nivenburg he
wont dlicct to W.ilknne, Koolaii, In
nn nutotuobllo. Tlioro went along
At Wnlkane, where Boss Mc
Candlebs has a beautiful country
homo, n big Hawaiian hum Is bo.
ing prepared for them. It Is ,snld
that almost all tho Koolaultcs have
J;cn Invltoa. After the feast. Mc
r'ntiillnDn Irnnllin Intiu'riliiilMi i n n
,""" - ""' ", -"' -"
IUW IHIIDT puiiiiciuiiB win tiprilK III
n mass meeting to bn given thoie tu-
night. Tomorrow night thay will
talk pnlltra to thc-Mormons nt Lale,
the Homo Rtilo Etronghold. On Fri
day night Walalua will bo tho moot
ing place ot tho Democrats. Re
turning on Saturday, the'outlio lot
. . .. . .......
wncrn one nt mo inrgosi poiuirni
gntherlng will bo witnessed by tho
Our New Phono Number Will Bo ,
Oily Traner Co. (Jas. H. l.ov
, ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAOE EIGHT. '
CHIYO , BROUGHX
T.,Ki'K. LINER ARRIVED EARLY AND WILL'SAlL AT FIVE
THIS AFTERNOON FOR ORIENT CHINESE PRINCE
AND OTHER NOTABLES ON BOARD.
, , "7,8"1 nn. .
Iln, '"'"K I'rl:tu T(,!l1 n,l1 Iw"
In uo stvciago there aio IDS Japan
cso, 131 ChlnCbc ami 01 East Indiana,
the latter being denied admission to
th" cta'es nu 1 going back to Hong
ko:ig theli Krt nf cmbirkatlon.
It Is one or the ltol ciords of
tho Clilo this trip ami during the
few days slnro sailing I mm San Fran
clscn there has been one day of sports,
ccwinl night cutcrtnlnimiita anil two
dances llitdd on board Iho ship.
Purser V, A. Chnpm.iu his tho
iinmc of liKikliiK well after the pav
sengers-who Irtiel on tin- ship and
during (he prcsont voyage bo has good
material to work iiikii. thcro bilng
hut llitlo persuasion needed to stmt
any smt of an eritcrtnlnnicnt or spirt
S, A Counoll, Secict Agent of the
Treasury Department In ohnrgo of the
safety of Prlnco Tsal, Is n passenger
leaving tho Chlyo liTn and tho two
lny oer passengers aro Mrs. (1. T. Os
good nhd son who will rciuiuio tho
trip to tho Orient by another Htcamer
Prlnco TkiiI ami party arc? booked
for Yokohama anil will icivo tho ship
nt t tint point.
Of the ID iKisscngers bookqd for Yo
kolKinm there nro n number of nils
slnnnrlcs, there being S5 nn board all
told, and the naal olllccra of tho
Chinese navy In addition to n llouten-nnt-conimaiider
of the Jnpjncso navy.
Kobe has 13 passengers nnd Shang
hai 3K nmniig tho Inttor being Major
J. II. ltU3Rcll and family of (ho Mar
ino Corps, tho Major going out to
cnmmnnd thu legation guard nt Pe
king Hongkong Is credited with 74 pas
snngers of those III tho cabin of tho
Chlyo ami nnton;'-thcni nro several
returning Manllann Imek from vaei
Hon. These Include W C Bo-ithbv
Ray HoppliiR'and J .1. Itnrrrly, the
latter being collector of customs nt
tho port of cebu.
Among Iho Shanghnl pisscngers Is
H. S. llnnlgslicrg aeeompunlrd byhls
family who gnCM to Riangh'i lo open
a Far Eastern ngciicv for Htudelnrker
nutomoblles. Mr. Honlgsborger has
been for scleral years the naval salos
man for Haas Brothers, Sail FraneU
co. nnd In that rTalnelly has (raveled
wherever United Stales sblpd havo
Tho trip of tho Chlyo was pleasant
throughout, and but for the delay
caused by Prlnco Tpnl In i ('fusing l'
seo oii'iranilno nfllclals UiIh morning
tho arrlinl hero would ba6 been
without n llnw. On account of the
action of tho Chinese Prlnco tho
fteniuer was delayed for morn than
nn hour finally reaching her berth nt
Juat bcfoio ii I n u o'clock,
From this port Iho Chl takes a
small gcnerul cargo ami will nail for
iho Orient ut five o'clock this after
Notice to Mariners.
Hawaiian Islands, Maul Island,'
southerly side; Mnalaoa Bijy. Klhel
Roof Buoy established. On Octqbpr
7, 1010, a Istcliiba can buoy, 'redfoJifl
black horizontal btrlpcs, was ustab
llshcd In about 3 fathoms of .water.
with nbout -I ruthoius nroniid It to
mark u three-fathom patch off the
Klhcl Itcef. and the position nf-tlio
pouu oi mo recr on ivaiepotopo. i nis
buoy will servo as n guide to 'ship
ping ptisslng up und down tho coast
tor clearing this rcefl StrangoVs
should p.ies oft shoro from tho buoy.
Chimney back or Klhel 17 deg.
true (N fi-R 1J, mag.).
lib; honso at Kalopolc,po, lert ton
gout 71 deg. tine (NK. by iJ. 7-10
Mefitegois l'olnt .Llghtstatlon
200 deg. true lV. 7-S N. mag.).
C. ft (1 S. Clinrls 4100 nud 1101.
II. o t'liaris'1701, 1.108 tiiul 1210.
I.. H II Mat nrxlluoya, et.., 12th
Siibdlttrlft, 1900, p. U.
!) older ut the Light house Bit-
MAIL AIV D
i ' ! '
V. 8. HOUSTON,,
l.lout.-Comui.indcr, U. S. N., Inspcc
lur, Hith I,. 11. District.
Up to today there had been no fiio'i
sago received from tho T. K. K. liner
Tfi:o Maru 'bound lor 'Honolulu ifrom
Yokohama and which Is duo to sail
from 111 In jxirt on Saturday Tor San
Tho operator of the Chlvo received
n cable licio fmni tho Toklo olllco
ordeilng him to tenia certain spiro
parts of his wireless nppnratus for
tho Ton 'i, bul It hnppcns that he Is
using everything and cannot comply
iFnuii this mc8s.tpo It la though'
that something Is the matter with tho
npi'iratus on tho Toiio which oc
ciincd while n short distance from
tbe.Japin roist. The accident did
not occur until word could bo scut
back however, ns Iho message from
Toklo tills nioinlng would Indicate.
On account of tho wireless trouble
It may be that nothing will be bend
from tho liner until she Is sighted
bote nud It can not bo known wheth
er she will an ho1 lute Friday or not
idi'll Saturday inori'ln;;.
Two Off for Coast.
It was exactly nt ten o'clock ml"
morning thnt tho Matson Hui;r Wli
hcluilnn pulled nway fiom her dock
nnd lirndcd fur San Francisco, nrfiTl
hut a fow minutes later ns soon as
the Wllhelmlna was In tho channel,
thovSlena of the Oceanic company
slowly backed nwayJrom her berth
nnd he.iiK'd after tho -Wllhelmlna.
Both stenmors left with nther light
caignes of Island products though
both had fair passenger lists for tho
trip to tho roast,
Tho Slorrn took tho mall shipment
to San Fraiiclscjuns she will nHve
several bourn nlread or, tho Matson
boat, and the Wells Fnrgu nmttoi-
was evenly distributed each steamer
geiiing naif or the amount sont out
Much Mall Today.
vWlth the arrival today of the liner
Chlyo Maru and tho transport Sher
man Iho city hna received from tho
const n total of 401 sacks or mall.
Tho Chlo brought u total of 201
sacks but all of tils except 120 sacks
was to bo transhipped to cither tho
Philippines by tho Sherman or Ans
tralln by tho next liner leaving for
Tho total lln (bo Sherman was 271
sacks, this mall lenilng lust n dnv
ahead of tho Chlyo nnd nrrlvlng five
hours Inter hem after th mall
brought by the liner bad all been
Cherman With Fifth.
.Sailing from S.in Francisco 2'.i hours
ahead or tho T. K. K. llnor Chlyo Maru
tho ami trnusisirt Sherman nrrliud
nt oloven this morning hut flvo hours
bohliid tho crnek turhlno vessel.
Tho trnrntpoit Railed from San Fran
cisco with it total nf 830 passengers,
271 of whom nro for Honolulu Includ
ing a sqiindinn of (ho Fifth Cnvnlry.
For tho Philippines thero In n de
tachment of field artillery besides
ensuajs and civilian omplnyeca of both
military und tho civil government.
, Bcvtdcsitho troous tri ho disembark.
Jfdjhbro tho Shrimnn has a quantity
.'.'H'"" 'vi.i,unnin nil,lqn Ulll Will
TOQi?et away from this poit until to-
'"lau'dlnc's nough Trip.
That (ho wenthor outsldo Is any
thK m Bnu)ol nn H
'fvMnni,l by tho roiMirt brought In
t morning by the Clniidlno which
onrouiitcred unfuvorablo winds nil tho
trln and could not call nt Laupahoe
hoe on account of (ho heavy sea run
ning, Tho Claudlno brought the usu
al cargo nnd besides tho cabin pas
songors had (JO tm deck.
China at Yokohama. .
CAblo ndvlc nro to itho rrtcct that
tho Pacific Mall liner China nrrliod
nt Yokoh.ininion Ootobor 7. Tho Chi
na sailed from Honolulu oi Septem
At nn rally hour this morning thu
inior-iflinnn steamer w. fl. Hall arrlv-
Cd trom imrts or Knuai brlnBlngV u
cargo of C3 packages of sundries, two,
horses nnd one dog besides a largo
number Of parsfnscrs from ports of
call Tho Hall will sail again on
Thursday for Kami porta.
Not I'-andon H!lo.
ln reply to nu Inquiry from tho local
agents or the Matson Navigation Com
pany, Castle & Cooke, Captain Mnt
eon has assured the .agents thnt the
Wllhclmlin wouh bo kept on the run
fiom Honolulu to 1 1 1 lo nud thorq was
no Idea of taking the vessel off 'this
i M x
I Iho Hllnnlnn of the Matson lino
has sailed fiom San Francisco for Ho
nolulu taking thu place of tho l.urllnc
which Is undergoing rcpnlis for one
tilp. Tho Asln of the Pacific Mall
fleet also sailed from San Frnnclsco
for this poit cstcrdny.
Is At Newcastle.
Tho British freighter Romrrn has
arrived nt Newcastle, N, S. W., ntter
sailing In ballast from this port on
September 22. Tho Itnmcrn brought
n coal cargo here for tho Navy from
Ward at Midway.
On October tr tho schooner Flnur
enco Wnrd arrived nt Midway accord
lug to cnlilo reports rccclicd' here
Tho Ward Is opciatcd by Commercial
Ppclnc Cable Company nnd took siit
piles to (ho cabld stntleh nt Midway.
Por S. 8. Chljo Maru. .from San
Francisco, Oct. 12. For Honolulu: 8.
A. Council, Mrs. 'O T. Osgood, Mas
ter 11. 8. Osgood. For Yokohama: II. I.
II. Prlnco Suiiii nnd 10 sorvants. H.
Akutsiika. It. H. Baker. Miss II. Claw-
bon lion. Ho I.tu Chao. Hon. Pu
Chlng Chnng, linn, Tcie Chi- Chow,
Cnpt. Cheng Peng Clin. It. U Cole
man and servant, Mrs. It, I,. Coleman
Win. I.. Coleman, Rev. W. I.. Curtis.
Mrs. W I,. Curtis, Master 8. Curtis
MM H. Curtis, Rev Father Ptro I.
lichen, Miss It. I.. Dlthrldgo, Miss It.
I). I ronch, Hon. S. Fung, A. Oreeii
bergcr. II. A. Hnrnolt, Rev. I). C. Hoi-
torn, Mrs. D. P. Iloltom. H. A. H.
Jnbne, K. Knwnno, Hon. King Woh
I.I, Cap'. Pao Hong Un. Mrs. II. E.
Malnwnrlng, S, Nnkagniya, P. I(. Po-
tom, Hov.-C. II, Ross. Mrs C. II, Ross,
Vlco-Admlral Chen Ping Sail, Mrs. M.
S. Sanborn, Mrs. J. 8. Scott, I.t. Com.
K. Shlbnnal. I. J. N R. Slmctcrrc,
C. U. Swnln. Mrs. C. S. Swain. Capt,
.lu Yl Tseng, Cnpt. Yu Cheng Tseng,
Cnpt. Yu Ynn Tsno, T JI. Tanak.l,
Rov. Father Tlbcrghlcn, K. Tsushima
Mlfs N. Tiixbnry, J. Walker, K. Ya-'l
iiiauouchl. For Kobe: (. Fukushlma.
Mrs. C Fukushlma, F. Oensen. Rev
C F. Hoffman, 1), F. Hlgglns, Mrs.
I). F Hlgglns. II, Hlgglns. II. Nose.
Itov C. I Phillips. W A. Wilson. Mrs
W. A. Wilson. MiiBlor R. Wilson. Miss
I). Wilson, Miss A. Wilson, Miss K
Wllhon. For ShniiBhnl: Rev. K. It.
Cressy, Mrs. K. II, Crc3sy, Miss C. M,
b-oo, M. D. Hubank, M. I)., Mrs. M.
I). F.ubank, C. Kubauk, Master I). 'Kn
hank. Master A. .Uubank, Miss At. Ku
bank, S. F. Fcaron. Mrs. S. F Feartm.
J. I caron, Mlsa B, A. Fetzer, Rev
C I., roster, O. B. Gainsborough, W
Hlbdcrdlne, Mrs. V. Illhberdlne. Rev,
T. D. Holmes, H. 8. Honlgsborg, Mrs
II. 8. Honlgsborger Infant nud amah
Roy. J. C. Humphrey, Mrs. J. C. Hum
phrey, Rov. I.. C. Hylbert, Mrs. C. I,
Hylbert, Cnmdr. J. O. Hnugh, It. N..
Y W. Ktnlt. Miss M Murphy, Miss
i: I). Nairn, Miss 0. M. Itnwley. MaJ.
J. II. IttiFsoll. II S. M. C. Mrs. J. II.
Russell, Miss B. Russell, K. Sub, Jr.,
I., S. Sloni, Mrs. 11. J. Such, Miss F.
Such, Miss I.. Zung. For Hongkong:
Mrs. O. -M. Adair. Dr. H. Bacon, Mis.
(1. Bancrortj B. A. Boning, Rov. n. K.
Bniisneld, Mrs. Ii. K. Bonsflcld, Mns
ler W. lloiiHfleh, Mnster N. Bonsflcld,
W. C. Boothby, Mrs. I). O. Diownc,
Mrs. J. V. Carroll, Miss O. V. Carroll,
Mrs. II, Caswell, Mlsa 11. V. Caswell.
II. Chapln, C. O. Coleman. Mrs. C. C.
Colenia', I). P. Cooko, Mrs. D. P.
Cooke, i:. M. Davis, Dr. C II. Decker
Rov, 11, K nudloy, Mrs. If. 15. 'Dudley
nnd Infant, Win. II. Dawes, Master
II..B. C. Dudley Miss K. I. Dudley,
Dr. T. N. Kastmnn, Mrs. T N. Hast
man, 'Miss II. P. Kqtes, K, A. Fotrow,
Mrs. Ada Francis, Dr. Cong Tyng, II.
flordun, Mrs. II. Cordon. O. Grange.
Mrs. C. Grange. Hoy Hopping, Mls4
A. B. llougher, Dr. A. H. JulUn, Miss
S. KInuber, I,co I.oong Kan, Dr. C. II.
I.cshcr, MrfC, II. I.osbor and Infant,
Mlhn Ii. I.und, II. O MoVlcknr mid
vnlot. Mry H O. McVlknr, Master
I) McVlknr, .Dr. A. D. Miller. II. Mob
den. If. M. Nichols, Mrs. 11. M. Ni
chols, Judgo Maurice IX O'Connel,
.Me3- Mnurlco D, O'Connel, II. Oliver;
Mra. II. Oliver, F. II Osgood, Mrs. I'
ll. Osgood, U S. Porklns, J. J. dlaf
forty, Mrs. J, W SoRon, Mrs, J. W.'
Scrion Jr., U. A. Sctdensplnnor, Miss
K. Smith, .Miss M. Sollman. Capt. N
C. 8. Slnison, U A. W. C. Taylor. Dr.
O, Teaguo. C. J. Weed, Dr. A. P West,
Ii I). 'Whlttemoro, Miss K. O. William.
Por U. 8. A. T. Sherman trom San
Frnnclsco lor Honolulu, Oct. 13. Mn-
jur ti, u. iiunon, oin uavniry; uni-
taln B, P. Orton, Bth Cavalry nnd
wire; Llout. n. D. Smith, Oth Cnvalry;
l.lQiit. T. A. 'llolhwcll, 5th Cavalry;
I.lont. A. II. I'ickqry. Bth Cavalry, and
wiro; Ucut. H, W. Bslrd. Dili Cayulry;
Llout. V. C, Christy, nth Cavalry, nud
wiro; Lieut. Sloan l)nak,.sth Cnvnlry;
Lieut. A. L. Jamos, dr., Slh Cavalrj-;
Llout. John Mllllken, Bth Cayalry;
Lieut. Col. r. L. Payson, Paymaster,
H. .8. A nnd wife, 2 children; Major
ueiiigii iiiaKeipy, t.'o.int Arllllnry
Corps; Lieut Chailes A (iirk, C. A.
C, wiro nnd two Infanta; Llout V. A
Prjce, Jr.. Coast Artillery Coipa; L.
M. Thlbadeau, Paymaster CWrk, u. S.
Wednesday, Oct. 12. (
Stmr, W. ff. Hall, rropi Knual imrtu.
fit m r. Clnuillno from Maul and Ha
Stmr. Chlo Maru, from Sats Fran
cisco U. S. A. T. Shcrmcrr, from Ban
Stmr. Chlo Maru, for1 thb .Orient,
B p. m.
Stmr Sierra, for Ban Francisco, 10
P. m. i
8tmr. ilhclnliia;-for San Franc
co, 10 n. m. , ,
st ss ss a n it u ssjs tx s a tt ss u
A., wild nnd son; C. J.AVcbstcr. Clerk
Q". M. Dcpt.. nnd mint, '(Mrs. nBlloy)
Mrs. C. C. Wlnnln, wife Ueut. r.lh Cnv
nlry; Mrs. W, T Monsarrnt, wife Vet
Icrlnnnrlan Q. M, I)cpt. Second Cabin:
Scrgt. Major Egbert J. Bitgtice. 1st
Scrgt. Martin II. Spnnglcr. 1st Scrgt.
John Grless, 1st Scrgt. Thomas Can
non, 1st Sergt. Dim Cnicy. Q. m, Sorpf-
Lloyd Thompson, Post Q. M. Scrgt. F.
A. Hall. K. J. Caffroy, Mrs. F. A. Hall,
Mrs.MIanson nnd son, Mrn. Otto Wus
tenberg, two dnughtcra pud son, Mrs.
J. M. Jones nnd dnughtcr, Mrs, It. K.
Mnlnc and child, Marcus II. -Monsar-
ratt Katie Unuiden, Mario Sllnaky.
Augustus Decrln. SleoVnge: 191 en
listed men, Bth .Cavalry; 27 casuals,
V. S. A.
Per stmr. Claudlno from Hawaii nnd
Mnul ports, OcL 12. 11. Armstrong,
It. Qiilnn, A. J. Bailing, II. Brown, It.
A. Hutchinson, W. Lougher and wifi".
II, R. Sniytho, C. D. Lufkln)Mrs. IT.
II. Paris, Miss Wood, A, Trailingcn,
L. K. Hlton. T. M. DaUo, Mrs. John-
win. C. Daub, J. N. 8. WlJIIams, Miss
G. McDoiigall," H. T. Wesdy, W. Glbb.
two Russians, 12 Japnncic, ft Portu
gnch". eight Flllplnos, seven) Porto
Rlcans and 12 others on deck.
Per (utmr. w. O. Hall from Kauaf,
Oct 12. O. W. Wilcox. B. H. W
Broadbent, W. M. Shlta, J. M. Soma,
J. W Cameron, W T. Frost. T. A.
Ilurutnghnm, Y. Yoi-hlmcto ninl wife,
I'. Crawford, Colqnel 8iauldlng, Miss
Ferguson. Frank 'How os, L. '1 Mc
Cain! teas, 11 I'lllplnos, two Porto Rl
cans, nlno Japanese, six Hnwullans,
four Chlncro and one Portuguese; on
deck. " " '
,IM FQBKICJN POMTS i
Wednesday. October li.
NKWCA8TLB Arrliod, Oct. 8: S. S.
iltomern, hence Sept. 22.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrliod Oct. 12:
,'8. 8. LUrllno,-hence Oct. T.
DELEGATE -KUHK) IS
STILL BUSY ON MAUI
Prince Expected to Return' By
Claudino But Will Wait
for Mauna Kep.
Prlnco Kuhlo did not return to
Honolulu todny from his tour of Ha
waii and. Maul, qs w,as expected by
tho RepublUmi managers. Tho .Del
egate was scheduled (o return un the
Claudlno this morjilng, but, either
missed tho boat unlhteptlnuafly or
found that n couple ot days' more
campaigning on Maul would ho ad
vlrablc, for tho Clnudlnnjlld not
havo him aboard when ,tho little. Is
land bteamer docked today.
Kuhlo Is expected by tho Mauna
Kea next Saturday. Ills proposed
tour or Knual will prqbably bo i lit
tle upset now, but bo will make n
thorough campalgnjin the Garden
J3SPINDA In 110110111111.09 ,10 1910,
to Iho wife or B, I'aiilnda.'a' dVib-
fThe .careful buyer considers
the GUantitv of nirnulnHnn first.
then th6 quality of thecircula-
non; ana lasny me rate asKea.
In quantity he determines if
the, mediujp covers the entire
field, jn quality,if the character
of the readers -is .such .that his
goods , will' find - .a' ' market
among "Uern; 'ahdJa'stly; he
.compares .the rajes with' what
he has learned 'of Ihe quality
of the oirouiation-and the re
jsylts possiblti of attalhment.
The carcfuPbuyer-of adver-
tisinn in Hnwnii whn tnl-oQ
this method of determining
vviiui tu pmuu ins ciuvui using,
.uses the Bjul.ljBtin extens
ively. m . r
iosciday the schooner Muriel nr
rhed atJIonolpu jvliti a Kei)er)ilcargo
fiom San Fraui;Uc,o.
Stibliispectors (dredging) at $3.00
per dlom. A competitive exami
nation will bo held November 2,
1,010, for (ho purpoeo of estab
lishing an ellglblo register o sub
Inspectors (dredging) nt $3.00 por
dlemT' nip fuilher Information
address "Commandant, Naval Sta
tion, Hawaii, Honolulu, T. II,"
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