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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY. OCT .11. 1910.
Alolia Tnnfitc Spctiil.
Honolulu LiMlgo-lnlllalliiK nnd
Installation of (Iftlcrrs.
All rim i lug ini'tiiDsn of tat
Outer nre imdlsliy Invited to
mid meeting of locni lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30, P. M.
MARINE FKQINtEBS' S "a,,0
KKEFICIAL WWTIQl elation, Z.
HAHMONY LODOE. No. 3. 1. 0. oTf.
i . in
Meets every Momtny evonlng at
1:30 In I. O. 0 F. Hall, Port Street
K. H. IIENDHY, Secretary.
II. 10. MtCOV, Noble Grand.
All visiting brotlicra very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every IJrst and third Frl
day evening at 7:30 In IC. of 1'. Hall,
corner Tort and Berolanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
WJI, JONES. O. C.
O. V. HEINE. K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meeta ocry flrat anil third Thurs
days or each month at Knlghtu of
Fythlaa Hall. Visiting bj-othora cor
dially Invited to attend. '
A. L. KAK1N, Sachem,
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140. F. 0. E
Mceta on the 2nd ami. 4th WED
NESDAY ovnulngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. HaJI,. corner
tleretnnla and Fort atroeta,
Vlaltlng Eagles are Invited to at
W. It. RILEY, W. P.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU' tODOE, 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Idgo No. 010. II. P. O.
Elko, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. VlBlllng Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend,
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY. E. It.
QEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort nnil Uorotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordlully Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAY1-OH. O. O.
E. A. JAOOHSON. K. U. 8.
l' "Rawhide Ben" Rode a
Firey and Untamed
Eben . P. Low, candidate , for City
and County Supcivlsor on tliu Itopub
llcan ticket ceitulnly hit tho high
spots out nt tho league babcball park
on last Tuesday moinlng when ho
mounted the hurricane deck of a wild
and untamed c.i)iuo uud for some
thirty minutes was miidl) tossed about
but letulnod his Beat In tho saddle
while Eddie Fernandez turned off
ynrda of photographic film that will
borva to perpetuate tho dashing equcs
trlimlsm of "Ituwhldo Hen."
Its tho Intention to display the
Ilnlshed plctuio befoio tho assembled
crowds who nightly uttend tlio itcpuu
llcnn rallies held In various patts of
"It lemlnded me of my )oungur
da)B when bieaking In a bucking
broncho oil tho western plans was, all
. ..n. .. .... ... . ..-...... ,i S...1.1 t ...I. it.
UM'iy lUT f'Ll UI1UIILU. BUIII IHin lli
telling of tho encounter with tho io
Aerordlug to tho statements of the
coming supervisor no Democrat over
Btiugglcd for success at thu polls than
did tho old time plalmmuu and cow
boy In his uttempta to keep rlght-sldo
up with caro on tho madly careening
I.OW- states however Hint ho found
himself In his usual good foim and
his hand bail lout uonp of Its cunning
In manipulating tho reins and control
lug tho horrc.
You P5 fe
All run down, easily tired, nerv
ous? And do not know whit
to take? Then go direct to
your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and Is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, a strong alterative, an aid.
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Aycr's non-alcoholic Sar
saparilla as a strong tonic for
tntuti it Dr. I. C. Ai.c k C. M M,n , U. 8.
NEWS .NOTES FROM
Thciu was an Interesting game uf
soiccr phi) i'd on the tchool gmunds
Suturdii) afternoon between the
seventh and eighth grades. In which
the juniors won hj a closo score
1 to 0. These two clusrc-3 hao the
strongest athletes In school, and
they wero all used In Suturdii) 'a
gnnio. In thu llibt half the Juniors
made several attempts to scoro with
long shots, but Ah Wn, the goal
keeper of thu Let cnth grade, stopped
the ball from entering every time.
There una no scoring In the first
The set ond half began vvlth both
aides determined to h oro. The sev
enth grade team hail the rooters on
the side Hues with them throughout
the so'ond liulf. The Juniors were
toft lij themselves, which mado
things llvcl). In the tlrst part of
t ho net ond half llio seventh grade
plated lluu tcaih w.ork and twice
Imtely missed goals. Thu ball wus
kept In their territory roost of the
Fccond half. Five minutes before
tho game ended the ball wna carried
up the Hold b combination work be
tween W. Kumaloplll and J, Milt
Kn it. and was sent thioiigh for n goal
by 12. Noah, this being tho oul) goal
of the day.
Tho ganio "lis announced to bo
one of tho most Interesting to bo
played In the lutcrclnss scries, uud 11
turned out us predicted. Iloth teams
worked hard and utter the game was
over there wus no hard feeling on
cither sldo. Tho Juniors now lead
the Intciflusa scries b) winning four
Tho lineups were as follows;
Seventh (Undo S. Husscy, Opu-
mil, D. Kulclalll, D. Hlpa, C. llosca,
J. Kuulhanu, P. Kluolnu, J. Ahu.
Eighth Grudo E. Noah, II. God
frey, V. Kamaloplll, J, Mlllkau, V,
Ap.ui, J. I.uJ.ui, II. Ilrandt, A. Spen
cer, -E. Hotso, J Liimcku.
Hcfcrec Captain lion Husacy,
Standing! of the lenguo: - '
Elghtti Grade I
Soventh Gride 4
Sixth Grade .' 4
Fifth Grnito l.w
Combined 'ream 4
This nfternoon the fourth teams
of tho Itcd uud Whlto will meet on
tho school grounds In a game of
toner. Tho Ileds have won nil their
games so fur. On Thursday tho lied
sec ond baseball team won from the
White team In a seven-Inning gamu
by tho close s'-oro of 1 to 0. W.
Kamaloplll pitched for tho lied team,
while C. II Ionian was In the box
for the Whites.
ADMIRAL REES TO
STAY TILL CHRISTMAS
Gets Cable that Successor Will
Not Arrive Boforo Do-
Hear Admiral fees lias received In
formation by culilO that bis successor,
Captain Waltor'tl, Cowles, U. 8 N,
will nrr'iwi at Honolulu per trans
port liognn on Du'ecmber 14.
This menus tdat Admiral uud Mrs
Hecs will not hkvu to tuko leuvn of
their many Island friends until nearly
Chrlstmus, and they aro greatly
pleased with thu Intelligence.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
V c c I I ) II n 1 1 it 1 1 n f 1 per ) ear,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 14 per hour, Lewla Htnbles.
III (In I HI. HnU .Stand, l'l 0 Wit.
It goes without saying thai every
thing Is Host at Tho Kncoro.
AJnow Htuilt every clay nt itio An
(hot' Saloon, Nuuniiu uud King.
Oceanic J-y-dgu No .171, F. A. A M ,
will meet nt 7 30 this evening nt tho
Tho II mail shoe p'vr.cises qualities
not found III oidlnjrj footwear All
ulics and r.tjle
If you warn n good Job donu on nil
auto ur rut lingo tuko II to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
For distilled water. Hire's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks
Itlng up Phone 2171. Consolidated
Dr. Derby Is making preparations
to depart for the coast on tho 4th of
November Do la going on u well
There wilt bo a banquet ut the Uni
versity Club this evening, following
the ending of tho Territorial .Medical
Tho Stnngcnwuld building baseball
nine defeated tho ball swatters from
tho Judd building by u score of 8 to
on Saturday uttciiiuon
Ewu beat Alcu yesterday by u scoio
of 0 to 7; tlid kulnu was u good ono
and tho. championship has now been.
won by tho I;vvn boys.
.Mrs, John .McCundlcsH received the
news of the death of her mother, Mrs
Samuel Thompson, ut Etlctisburg,
Washington, on October 12.
Sergcunt Shannon McDonald of
Company (J. Twentieth Infantry, will
depot t for thu coast on tho next
transport. Ho will report ut Angol
Island for discharge.
Sarahu, u Japaneto workman on
thu Walalun plantation, was drowned
In the icNcivutr lust week and tho
water hud to be drained off to recov
er the body. An lniuest will bu hold
on tho body.
It Is planned to spend between $15,-
000 and $211,000 on the additions to be
built to thu Hllo hotel. Theso lin
piovcincuta aro found to bu absolute
ly nricssury to take care of tho In
Imprejslvo sorvlccs wero held at
tho Oahu prison yesterday under the
leadership of John Martin, In which
n number of prlsotiora took leading
parts. Philip Nnone gavo tho prison
ers nn Interesting Lcnnon on tho
On last Friday nfternoon tho ro
mnlns of Mrs. Janu E. M)ers worn
laid to rest on Kauai. Ill respect to
her momory Ihcro was no work on thu
plantation for that day. Mm MyeiH
wna 82 years of ago at thu time of'iicr
death nnd wua born In Portland,
Major Geo. lllakcly, of tho Const
Artillery Corps, put In nil day Satur
day milking tin Inspection of thn quar
termaster supplies nt Fort Shatter,
Tho stores from tho old building have
been moved Into tho new building,
which la much more convenient for
all hands Interested.
Por Btmr. Mlkalula for Maul uud
Molokul ports, Nov. 1 Mrs C. C Con
Per Btmr. Kln.ui, for Kauai ports,
Nov. 1 E. II. Weed, Mrs. Wued, Miss
Per slmr. Muunn Kea for Hllo uud
way ports, Nov. 1 Dr. Suxtou, Mrs
Soxtun 1). II. Murdock, Mrs. Murdock.
(1 C KliiiKM. Flunk llaldwln, Mrs.
Ilulilwln, 11. W. ltlce, .Mrs. Itlce, Miss
O. Hcmtcghuu, M. J. SIImi. Mrs. Sllva
I. Madden, Mis. Madden. Geo. Kluii
gel. II 11. Elgin, Mrs. Elgin, J. D.
Dole, S. Sussninn, J. II. Hunt, A. C
Ilaiiingurtner, II. Cashier.
Per stmr. Kluau, for Kauai ports,
Nov. 1. Mrs. II, D. Wlshnrd. (1. P.
Wilcox, 11. W. Hlco, Mrs. Wco, C. U.
Hofgaard, Itcv. U KroII.'Mrs. W. iF.
Hull, J. P. Cooke, Miss N. Hobblna,
Mrs. Sutman, W. Schilling, J. II. Hole,
Per stmr. Maunu Kea, for Hllo and
way ports, Nov. J Dr. Soxton, Mra.
Sexton, D. U, Murduck, Mrs. Murdock,
(1. O, Kinney, Frank llaldwln, Mrs.
llaldwln, II. W. Hlco, .Mrs. ItlcoGco
Per 8. S. Slorra for Sun Francisco,
Nov, 2. Dr. nnd Mrs Hoffmann, Mrs.
II. S. Parmcloo, Mrs II. Hughes, Mrs.
It. L. Foster, Mr. and .Mrs. Clius
Stewart, Fred. C. Smith, D. L. Wlth
Ington, C. A. Wood, T. E. Martin, Mra.
It. A. Dow, Mr, Fruguo, Miss Grim,
Mrs. It. A. Small, Miss Field, Mlsa
Mollltt, Mrs. Furstornno, Mrs. Mul
len, Mrs. Jumes W. W Drowsier mid
child, Mrs. Kirklund, Mrs. Davis,
I.t. II. II. Itoblnson, Mrs. J. Kirklund,
Mrs. S. N. Ilrooks, Mr. and Mrs E
Hill, Mrs. Hendy, Mlsi M Fitzgerald,
Mrs. Dora It, Whcaton! MrB. W. 0
Ashloy, J, S Supor, Mss lllorlnn. Mrs.
E. M. Kami, Mils M. E. Dartol, M.
Frlquu, Miss Grace.
For S 8. Wllliclmlna, for Ban Fran
cIsco, Nov, 9. H Ij. Uiwinan, Mis. V
II. Perry. Mia. C V Hall, L. B. Ar
nold, Mrs 8. E Hairls, "Mrs. E. ,M.
Wlsuer, J. T. Jonel, Mrs Jdnos, Lieut.
II. II Itohlnson, h. Audrows uud Dr
Mails aro duo from tho following
imlnts as follows:
San Itanclsco Wllliclmlna, Nov. 1.
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Nov. S.
Australia Por Zealandla, Nov. 8,
Victoria Per Makura, Nov. 11
Malls will depart for thu following
points as foltovva:
San Francisco Per Sierra. Nov. 2.
Yokoliama Per Mniignlh.'flvt 31.
Vancouver--Per Zenlandloov. '8,,
Bjdncy Por Makura, Nov. 11.
Our New Phone Number Will lie
t!l(y Transfer Co.
HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
HERCULES FINISHED LONG AND SUCCESSFUL TOW.
HONGKONG MARU IN QUARANTINE LUMBER EN
ROUTE FROM SOUND PORTS CAPTAIN J0SSELYN
HAS LONG AND ENVIABLE RECORD AS ROUND THE
WORLD NAVIGATOR NEWS AND NOTES.
Conilcttng one of thu longest tuwi
imtdu on tho Pac'flc In inanj mouths
the "Hod Stack" tug lleiciilcs with
the bulk of the tmbinu dredger toi
Pearl Harbor arrived ut Honolulu late
Sutuiday ultirnoon, eaine Insldu the
harbor and Is now lead) to leturu tn
thu eoist nnd will probably ball foi
San Francisco thlu urierniKiu.
After being bir-bouiul for nvo il.i)
near Astoria, Orcaoo, the Hercules
ami her tow cumc down to thu Islandi
In iiliivteen da)s tho gicalur portion
of the o)aco being thnuiKh rather
loiili ocas and contrnr) winds
llio turblno iliedxcr. thu hull of
which has Just urihed hero will top
lesent nn investment of ono hundred
nnd fifty thousand dollars when com
ple'cd, Tho hull nlono coit twentv
thrus.inil dollars to build uud Is the
product of Portland, Oimou arils. Us
coniitructlon was placid under thu ill
reel Ion or Captain Ilriisslur who Is :i
well known ship builder on tliu Allan
tic and In lucent years has achieved
considerable fnmo on tho Pacllle for
his skill dlsp!n)cd In the construction
With tho arrival of thu dredger hull
c.imo Ihreo hundred thousand feet of
timber which-will ho mod In tho con.
etrncllnn of thirty puntfionil (u bo'cin
pIo)cd In Bitpiiortliig tho ptpo extend
Ing from thu dredger and In tliu erec
tion of tho superstructure necessary to
house tho machinery us well as tho
stuff of mechanics who will operate
A donkey engine, wus installed In
tho hull to ba used for operating largu
pumps had thu weather been such
that much sea water bad found Its
wny Into tho craft. Tho dredger show
cd no signs of leaking during tho en
lire o)ngu, hencu thero was no ne
cessity of getting Bteam up or pre
paring to work the pumps Captain
Drusstnr and flto men traveled on tho
dredger and wero comfortably quarter-
mM mm r mmmW
(Jaa. 11. Love)
ON PAGE EIGHT.
d within tho pilot Jiousc Thoy stood
four hour wutches throughout I ho
rip down from tho Columbia Itlvrr
lint all claim to feci none tho vvoiso
tor tlielr Jouiney.
In order to successfully tow tho
hugu craft over n course covering
nearly tweut) flvo bundled miles tho
lleicules had been titled out with tho
fluent towing nppaiutus obtainable.
I'ho dredger's hulk wus attached to
tho Horuilcs b) a rorty fisit brldlo of
steel c.i bio, then ninety feet of heavy
chain nnd fiom this extended u low
lug cuhlo, seven Inrhei in diameter
and tiluot) feet In length.
On tliu starboard sldo of tho hull
hud been lushed two Immenio slicks
if Doughms fir bKI) feet In length. and
hico feet In dlanicler. theso fitted
with hhuptnul btcel poluln nnd thu
whole weighing approximately ten
tons lmcIi. 'lhey mo to ho used lit
"load) Ing tho completed tlredgo while
til operill'iu 'I he sticks nro known
In dredging parlance us "spuds," and
It Is OKtltnntcd that thoy mo worth
live bundled dollars to duplicate
On tho vo)iigo across tho Pacific
I ho hull maintained a dlslunra otulxmt
two hundred Minis behind tho Hot
cuius Fcarliig;thiit repelled nsslstnucu
iiilgbt bo required from the tug', the
hurgo had been titled with n small
bollor to Riipply steam for n 'wIiIbIIu
and u code of signals hud been ar
ranged. That the tow was highly
Kiii(c..nfill Is born nut by llio fact that
no nciesslty uroso for employing Big
iiiiIh lor distress or assistance
It Is understood that tho tow will
not tho lied Stack owners six thou
Captain llrusstur will remain nt Ho
liolulu until all thu machinery has been
Instilled Inlo llio hirgc ami then ho
illl .ilii.t In Km Ir.iiirlu,-li lin
riiniinniiil of the luigest diedger In thoi
Parlllc will Hiimi bo turned over to
Captain John on
B Jtk -Sn
To tSuii Tlie Qim&ie
" - --
Sunday, Oct. 30.
Kauai Kirlb Kin. in, stmr, n in
Maul, Molokul nnd l.unul ports Ml
kalial.i. stmr., a in '
Cinllal and Mouth American Hirts
Hongkong Mnru, T K K 8 S (III
nu iruntlnc). ''"I
Monday, Oct. 31.
San Frunrhco Mongolia, P. M H
8 . a m -
Hllo (sprclnl trip) Muunn KuJ
stmr., n in
n u tt u :: n :: :t n :: n n n,
I'lfl) (! n 'Irlpt Aroiiiiil (be Horn.
Captain Jossclyu, master of the
American bark Nuuaiiu, Hint la now
making u pnasugu nround the Horn,
bringing cargo from New York to Ho
nolulu, Is credited with hning cov
ered u distance measuring oer the
times around tho world, llfty-slx trips
around tho Horn, twenty-lho trips
nround the Capo of Good Hope nnd
the present Miane Is said will bo thu
thirtieth trlti Captain Jossclyn baa
mndo nround Capo Horn In the bark
Tho trim four-master Is now olghty
flvo days oul from tho port of New
Vork Her enrgo Is n largo and
varied ono nnd comes consigned to the
local ngency of T II Duties R. Com
pany Captain Jossel)ii also bears tho dis
tinction of having been to sen for tlie
past fifty-two jeara and during this
extended period has been In only six
ousels. Ho claims to huo served
under flvo different captains, four of
them going lnsano owing to u con
stant life of Idleness. Tho Nuuaiiu Is
uxiH-ctcd will urrhe nt Honolulu tho
hitter part of November,
Hongkong Maru Quarantined.
A suspicious case of sickness led
Dr. Carl Humus uud hta associates eon
nectcd with tho United States quaran
tine nnd Marino Hospital scrvlco to
placo tho Hongkong Mnru under flvo
da) a' detention Immidliitely following
tho arrival of tho Japanese liner nt
tho port of Honolulu voutcriluy morn
Ing. Tho Hongkong Mnru comes hero
from Central and South American
wilts, bringing u consignment of
nlsmt four hundred Ions of nitrates
The patient whllo not seriously ill N
u member of tho Ore room's crow and
his sickness dates back several dajs.
Notwithstanding tho fact Hint thu
Hongkong Mnru was fumigated while
la) Ing off Sallna Cruz the medical olll
rcrs ever on tho watch for tho slight
est suspicion of Infectious dlseaso.
weru reluctant to tuko chances with
u vessel coming from Sou'li Aniorica.
Mlkahala Freight Iht.
Hough weathur characterized a
portion of tho homownrd vo)ugo of
tho Inter-Island rtcumcr Mlkahala,
arriving at Hnunlti'u )cstcrday from
Maul, Molokal and l.an.il ports. Tho
freight list Included tho following:
,r.r, pigs, 1 mule, 12 hates hides, 28
packages bone) 10 boxes chickens,
7 boxes eggs, 01 bags corn, 38 bngs
potatoes, and 1 1 1 packages sundries.
Hyiriei Reported at San Francisco.
With tho report of tho nrrlval of
the Matsou Niivlngtlnn Btcnmcr Hi
hinlnn at Sin Francisco comes news
of tho nrrlvnl of the Matson freight
1 cr llyudes ut tho Cnllfornln eoist
port mi Batiirdit) The Hade gathl
ered up a quantity of sugar and oth
er prodiida during her brief May In
the Islands, her port of departu
uciiig roil Alien ti.3
Hllcniiin Hat Reached the Coast. . Ji
l.milllln- IIi.ii.iIiiIii ti tl f-AU atrn!rV
tlrda) evening, tho Matson Nnvlgu
Hon steamer Hllonlan arrived at San
Francisco )ratcrda) Tho v ousel
willed from the Islands taking ;na
large shipment of Hawaiian prod-S'
nets. Including n quantity nf pipe;
apples .Thcru were fo.w passengers,
leading hero for thu mainland by llio
iiijonian. . y,vj
.... . . -r
salem Ditcharglng at Port Alien, c.
Lumber from Pugct Sound porta',.J
Iiiih nrrlvril nt Purl Allen, nnd thn-
work of discharging the vessel Is , 1
moving on at a lively rate, nccoru-J
lug to advices brought to Honolulu
by the ofllrors of (ho Intcr-lsland
steamc-r Kluau. Tho vessel la ex- ij
pected to remain at the Maul port "J
for tho next two weeks.
Klnau Drought Sugar and Rice.
Sugar to thu umauiit of 4000 '
sacks, 300 sacks rice, 2!) drums
hone), 2 horea, 33 hales wool nnd
l."0 paekagea auiidrlca arrived from
Kauai ports jestcrda) as part.of the
freight list of tho tntivr-lsland "
steamer KlnAlt There liuvo been
slight rains along the coast near
Eleclo and Kolo.i.
Nine-Day Paiaage for the Dlx.
iNltiq dU)H Is credited Ilia Unite X i
States army Iransixirl Dlx In making'
the passugu from Honolulu to. Senttln.
Tho Dix wiled from this port on :
Oct 20ti after having discharged over
Ihreo thoiiK.tml tons of Mllklooal co'ij
signed to tho local quartermaster's d.
partnient Tho Dlx reached tho Sound, i
on lust Sntlird.iv'. ' ' ' -
Flaurence Ward Due Dally.
Thu little cnblo .supply Hchooner
lTaurcnco Ward should arrlvo at the
IHirl most nny day on a return trip,
from Midway Island. Tho easel la
out fourteen dn)s having visited the
mid Pacific cahlo blntlon bearing a
consignment of supplies for the little
colony of opcra'tors tinil emplo)ee
Australian Coal Enroule.
A conslgninenl of Australian coal'
to thu amount of nearl) flvo thousand
Ions Is curouto In Honolulu by tho
llrlllsh stiumshlp Kylcmohr. Tho ves
sel sailed from Newcastle, N. 8, W
thlr ecu il.ivs ago. C. Ilrcwor & Co.,
are reKirled will net as ageutn for
Iliu vessel Usm hcf arrival. :t
Mlssourtan Bringing New York Cargo.
Now York cargo Is duo to nrrlvo ,nt
tho port on or nlxmt Novilnber 611;
by tho Amerlcan-Hnwnllan freighter-
Mlssourlau This vessel Is rcjiorted ri ft!
to havo sailed from Seattlo for llio UK Ml
milt) on last Friday,
f i A :
Sugar on Kauai.
According to Purser Kent of the
lutcr-lslniid sleanier Klnau, nrrlvlng
on Sund ly morning from Kauai
IMirts, there are nwnltlng shipment
850 sacks V. IC. uud COO sacks of K.
8. M. sugar.
Helene With Lumber.
A shipment of lumber from Pugot
Sound isirta Is reported to have left
Taroina on last Friday by the Ame
rican HciiiHincr iieieuu. iiouuiiiiiifia
given ns mo iicstiuuuon oi mo vessel.
Lumber Schooner Enroute, .... .
It la reported that tho American
.. . .. ....... - - . ,- .!"-
scuooncr nepear, wim a Biupinent
of lumber, Is en route from Qrayaijj
Mnrcuir io iionoiuiu. inn vchhbicc
Balled for tdo Islands yester'
het .Off fe?. ILki TlaimtV.Y'
ho AnicrlrtW Vartij A. ft Wp) '
eduled l W-tlilvtayifo'rMlio'ccJalt.
today her dehllnallon being San Fran-
ilsco. Tho vessel Is taking no sugar
or cargo from Honolulu.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai porta, "!
Oct. 30. C. 11. Cooke, Mra. O. IL
Cooke J P. Cooke, MrsttO. M. Cooke,
Miss A Cooko. Mr. WTilkor, Doctor
Sexton, Mrs. Sexlou, S, Spltxor, D. L.
Austin. 11 N Itlro, Mra. ltlce, 8. O."
Hall, Carl Ilujer. Y. Hlrano, J. M,
Knneakua, M. C. Martin, I.eong Yong,
A. Weill, Mr Wolter, Mrs. Woltor,
n II ml.B. l tl..l.an.. lli.-l.
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uoKo. H Tiisiiimu, 1, ikutn, Mr. Iehl
In, Mrs Ishlilu, Mlsu Ishlda, K. Ha-
minn nnd flfty-flvu deck passengers.
Per stmr. Mlknhala, from Maul and
Molokul ports, 'October 30. Geo. H, -'
Divls. Mrs. Pllctan mid child. Judge ''
Kingsbury Mra Kingsbury, Dan Ca
rey. M,r. Prosser, II. Warren. C. Ns
Walker, Mm II Perrelrn, Masters Per- t i
ri-lrii. Ileglnald Hart, 8. K, Sllvn. Mra.
Kaalianiil, Mr, Mulch and twonty-sev- ",,vs
pn deck pisBengers.
IN FOREIGN ORTB
Saturday, Oct. 29.
SHATTLK-Snlled Oct, 2E:8. S. Mia- J3
soui Ian. for llonolulii
TACOMA " I'ed CUt. ES: Sch'r. H
leno for Honolulu. - '
Illl.O-Sailed Oct. 28: 8. B. Mexican,
Friday, October 28. '
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived. Oct. 28;
9 a m 8 S Korea, hence Oct, 21.
KAANAPAI.I Arrived, Oct. 2G: 8. S,
W 8 Porter, from Onvlota.
KAIIIILFI Sailed Oct. 27: 8c4ir. Ex-
p.mslon for Port Townsend. ,,
"Far Rent" cards on tale aV
the Bulletin offlca.
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