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OTENTVC tlOT.iP.TIK. HOKOLDLt). 'T. II, rMrUV. NOV. II. 1di A.
l Honolulu rnnimnntlrrr "v
' '. Red Cross.
Honolulu .Srrnnil Degree.
l.d Aloltn Chapler Xo. J
Itegiilnr. 'All, visiting memben of tne
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' S A,.o
CHEFICIAL ASSSIATIOR. cktioni cor
SABMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
" Meets every Monday evening at
1:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
.. K. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
" II. K. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
'AH visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, & of P.
' Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7: 3D In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Reretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invltod to attend.
JVM. JONE3, C. C.
I " 0, F. 1IEINB, K. R. S.
(HAWAIIAN gBIBE, Wo. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and' third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghta of
Prthla Hall. Visiting brothers cor
4tilly Invited to attend.
A. L. EAK1N, Bachem.
' E. V. TODD, C. ot 11.
. HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E.
Meets"bn the 2nd and 4th WED
Ni;3DAY"lvenlngs of each month at
1:.t0 q'ctocVtlu K. of P. Hall, corner
Oe-etsyiU o"d Fort streets.
Vl'sltluig Evisles are Invited to at
4. W. K. RILEY, W. P.
" AVM. C. McCOT, Sec.
HONOLULU L0i?GE, G16. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, B. P. O,
Elks, meetd In their hall, on King
B'-reet, near Fort, every rnaay eve
ning. Vlsltld.T Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
(1EO. ,T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
'WM. McKYNLEY L0DQE, NO. 8,
' X. of P.
"'Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
Timing at 7:40 o'clock in ::. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort And Heretanla. Visit
ing hrothers cordially lnvtted to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR", O. O.
1 13. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
Br. Hugh L. Dickey
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. 1150 Ala
Jtai street (opposite Boyal Hawai'an
ll(tel). Hours: 9-18:30 and 1:30-4-510.
.Sunday, 10-11. Evenings by
pujpointment. Telephone 3024.
i;he renear co.
TO IV tH, limited
1 'AMAIIOBA BEAN MILLS
! JOHN NOTT
9tft Jlie Pioneer Plumber
T ' IBS MERCHANT STREET
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
' lng Street Fish Market
OlSrf eillliirtnl ronnw fr.(!
us v FlSSarSBsW
jeyTTuslui-s'd "office. These lire Hie If le
nt iiuono nuniDcrs 01 me nuiieiiu.
j'lilrift'itsffifrm 'Isit iilA-tffi-'iriiW'firiAi
The Joys of Living
nro dependent nn Rood health. With
mil It we nre u nieliinrlioly lot Xu
Ufa or ninbltl we plod hIiiiik 'lay
niter day In the hopeless rut or des
pondency TIiIh Ik unnecessary, us we.
limy all enjoy the greatest boon In
which mankind In heir- perfect health.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
win bring u
healthy glow in
tliu pallid cluek,
give new energy to
mid Invigorate the
-weary- body and
reanimate tho ltul organ and create
a new KupidV of Tleli red blood It
makes the old feci oiwg und keeps
the young strong and vigorous. Pre
scribed by physic Jans, used in hos
pitals and recognized tn a family med
icine everywheie. Thousands of our
pnttcutii, both men and women nllke,
who have been icstoied to he.lllli und
strength, extol Its virtues as the
world's gt cutest tonic, stimulant and
lie sure jou get tl.c gcnulna; sub
stitutes und Imitations are Injurious.
sold in sealed hmtti.es only.
Medical Hutiklct, containing rare com
mon sense rulej for heultli and testl
uionlals; also doUor'H advice, sent
free to any one who writes. The.
Duffy Mult Whiskey Co , Rochester,
N Y , U. S. A.
NEW - TO-DAY
NO. 1S9. TEltRITORY OF HAWAII
COURT OF LAND HCdlSritATION
TERRITORY OF HAWAII to IIOIl
ACE N. CRAUIIi:. 'JOSEPH CUl.
Li:.V, MRS. MARY COI.IIIlON,
MRS. ANNA K. MEEMANO,
DANIEL WILLATS. WILLIAM
C. ACIII (Tiiisteo for William
C. Achl. Jr. I, ESTATE OF
CHARLES W. tlllAY t William
O. Smith, Administrator), JAMES
D. YOUNO, SOLOMON K. KALE
1KINI; I1EIHS OF IlEHORAH
NALANAl. Deceased; TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII, by AlHXiin-
der Lindsay, Jr. as Attorney
Oeneral, and by Murtou Camp
bell, as Superintendent of Public
Works; CITY AND COUNTY OF
HONOLULU, by Joseph J. rem.
as Muvor mid President of 'the
Hoard of Supervisors; and to
ALL whom It may concern:
Whereas, n petition has been pre
sented to paid Court by CHARLES
HENRY THURSTON to rcgUtor and
confirm his title In tho tolluwtng-de-scrlbed
Land on King Rtrcet, Kapalama,
Honolulu, Ouhu. Portion ut R P.
281C, L. C. A. 22fiC, Ay. 1. to Kulil
nua. Hcglnnlng nt a O holt at tho vveit
corner of this piece and on the east
aide of King street, the co-ordinates
of which lefened to (loyern-
ment Survey Trig. Station "Kalaepo
haku" nro iMIIS.r, feet south andw- " Habbltt, of tho Planters' Asso-
20G0.2 feet west, and thu truo azi
muth and distance, from tald bolt to
it sewer mau-liole In King stieet op-
poslto IVteixon lanu la 13:! 3C,
71.3 fecf, anil running by truo nil -
240 18' r,i-l feet along fciKO
to a O bolt:
239 40' 4r,.C feet ong fenco
to a O holt;
325' 2J' 18.0 fuct along fenco
to a O bolt;
335 12' 57.r, rcct along folico'
to a O bolt;
r,9 10' lil.l feet nlong fenco
to a O bolt;
, ir,C 02' 134.0 feet along the
cast side of King street lo
the point ot beginning.
Area, 13,f!"i5 squnro feet.
You are hereby died to appear at
r,.r " rnn, ? '""rr r: .,'
" ",, ." " , """"' .nor general Is n Stato of Main man.
Honolulu 01, the Oil, day 0 Decern-,, nttcn,,C(I Colbv Ulllvmltv ft
ber A. D. 1910, at ten o clock In Walorvlllo. Me., nrevlou, to tnklr.tr a
tho forenoon to show cause, if any ,nw C011rs( n. arvar(1i ,, homo
you have why the prayer of said ,own , near ookIaniI Ma,
petition should not ho granted. And Unm(, nt evCongressmnn Lllllcn-W.
unless you appear ut said Court at nn,, Mr. Sml(), ,,roURnt ,o,pr(I from
the tlmo and place aforesaid "", friends nnd imlillcnl associates of Mr.
uuiuuii win uu luruiiu-u, nnu mu sum
pennon win no iukuii us cuuiesseu,
and you will be forever bariod from
contesting Bald petition or any do
creo entered thereon. -.
Wltners tho Honorahlo W. J. ROR.
INSON, Judge of said Court, ttita
1 1 tli day of November, In tho year
nineteen bundled and leu.
Attest with Seal of Bald Court;
(Seal.) M. T. SIMONTON.
7443 Nov. 12, 19, 2C; Dec. 3.
M. A. (lUNST CO Aeenti
Manufactured from pure distilled v.t
er. Delivered to any part of city liy
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Inlor-isluiid and O It. & L. Shipping
bookii fur ualo at the 11 u 1 1 0 1 1 n
olllce, CUc each.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ilfthrl SI. lliick .Sliuid. I'Iiohc ll.Vi.
Try ii case of t'iuectnr. II Is puro.
Marvelous vnliio In parasols ami
umlirtllns tit Jordan's,
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Uat at The Kucore.
1. ll. Vcnkcr, ilruiik, forfeited lilt'
ball immey amounting to $0,
DrwsniaMng donn by 'Mis. Nellie
J llrnwn, 2us Huston Uldg.
Six-chair shop; no Ion; waits.
Silent .Barber Shop, Hotel street.
J, I. McVeigh cams over from the
Settlement on the Manna Kca today.
It yon want a good Job done ou an
auto or'carrlnge take It lo Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Mist Power Is showing some stun
nlng new fall millinery at her pirlors.
In the llostoh building this week.
The Hoard of Immigration 1ms sub
mitted 10 Governor Fr'ar n roixlrt
from the central market committee
J. T. McCrosson will go to Wash
ington III connection with tho Kail
ditch proposition on November IX.
William McKlnley l-bdgo No. S, K.
P. will men In K. p. Hull nt half-past
seven this evening. Work In the First
Sam Johnson, who has been getting
ou.1 ohla ties on Haw-rill, arrived In
Honolulu this morning on the Mmiiia
Kea, nccomiianled by Mrs. .Inlmsoii,
l'ostiuaster Piatt has' heard nothing
but rumors lugardlng tho mistals sav
ings bank at HIIo. Tho department
hullctliiR have contulnod iiolhliii; of It.
John T. Molr, of Hawaii, urrlvel
this morning on the Muuna Kea lo
nlteiul tho meeting of tho I'lautein'
Assoclatlhn next weok.
.Alary Adams who is accredited with
owning a vicious dag ha-i ben Riven
milll next Thursdiiy lo tiiuaio mat
ters with Iho uclglihoihnd when she
Ono of (he arrivals this morning
In the Milium Kea wns Charles K. Nolle-,
president und candidate for Dele
gate to Congees of tho Homo Hulo
.Too Podcsla was up boforo Judgo
l.ymer Ihl morning on n charge of
assault and battery against Manuel
Sllvn. no was Id orr with a line of
$1 and costs.
Tho Holt I Majestic, corner of Fori
and Heretanla streets. Is very nttrnr-
ii in ino young man who wailts a
comfortablo well tared for room nt a
W. II. Sopor returned hv tho Mn.
kuia from n trip to the Northwest.
no is accompanied by Mrs. Honr.wlui
has been nwny soiue tlino to iccupcr-
iiio tier Hi-aim,
The second payment of Property,
Income and Special Income Taxes will
be subject to a ten percent penalty
after November. 15. Better pay now
ano save tne penalty.
Fully Filipinos who nrrlved heie
estcrday on tho Siberia woro sent
out to Olaa plantation laBt nleht i.v
elation labor bureau
Work ou the new Panthoon building
nt Iho comer of Fort nnd Hotel Rtreets
la progressing rapidly. Applications
,or 'W1!im nr "o'ns received by tit-'
agents Holmes & Stanley.'
u i.uiioiis iinoio Hcir-ltlllng Va
cuum Fountain Pen will mnko a most
acceptable Christmas present. In
prlco from J2.50 to 15.00. A, II. Ar
lelBh & Co., Ltd., Hoe near Fort.
Hart Schaffncr & Marx's new mo-
Inl i-vlrtirina i1n ..!... .
"' '"" ," '"" " " !vo
designing that has been dono In many
Grcnt Interest Is manifest In tho
meeting noxt Wednesday on conser
vation under the Joint auspices of tho
Planters' Association nnd Iho Hoird
of Agriculture, nnd Forestry. The
meeting Is at 2 o'clock In the throne,
room. Capitol building,
A- sm""' ". r ".--
umofleld nnd ox-Onvernor Cobb.
At' a bargain, large nine-room bonne
and lot, off Kalakmia avenue, near
car lino; 4 bedrooms, 2 dlntng
roomn, bath, etc,, servnuts' rjuai
teis, nutsldti bath and auto shed;
ele. trie lights, and nil ftp nlslied,
ready to movo In. $2250. "N.
E. !,", Hulletlii nlllce. 4773-2t
UNION -PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
C. II. Raven and E. A. Jnrobsnn
hnvo uce,ulrcd a'l tho' rtliarea of Wock
of the Union Pacific 'Transfer Co.,
Ltd. All persmiH owing nccoiintsto
paid coriKiratloiv urn requested to I KHdiattan Arrived at Australian portj
mnko settlement of same lo C. II.' Tho r"',,1V vM Kllchnttan
Raven or E. A, Jacohsoi. at Iho or-'1'n1a nrrUo11 nt Newcastle N. S. W.,
Jlco nf tho company, 174 King street. ?fU,r " wyaBofrom Honolulu cover-
Air A I) Scrociry has rotlrod1 " ' '" "' '"" """P ' " a Bl"f
m, tho clpanymvlng dCdmem "' """Z' "' ,,,e ""'
of ull his Inteictit theieln.
UNION PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
I K. A. JACOHSON, Pira.
"V C. II. RAVEN, 1'rean, '
Our Ncv Phone Number Will llo
City Transfer Co.
LOST PROPELLER BLADE CAUSED
DELAY OF STEAMER MAUNA KEA
MET WITH ACCDE(JT TUESDAY EVENING WHILE OFF
MCGREGORS MANILA A REGULAR ' P0RT OF CALL
FOR PACIFIC MAIL-REWARD-lFjOR ' AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
FIRE FIGHTERS-;,t '" v '
A hlado w;as brol.eu rror.i the pro. it was cxpw'o.l that the vessel would
pelMr Of tho inter Island stvamor got uwnyHnr tho coast at noon but
Mauna Kca on lakt Tue'day night despite-the. fttcfi that a larg force of
whltli caused a deluj In tho arrival Etoiedores have woikcd coiitliiiiously
of the Ililo liner at Honolulu this In Iho iviiiov.il of Ihlrty-two hundred
'""'"'"K-' " 'f freight, a laigo amount of
The ilccident happened vv'ille tho caigo reiiMln'ed In the ship this morn-
vesel win steaming otf McOregor's. Ing.
Tho blade wan dlseovep'd missing Tho popular. Pacific Mall liner will
about toh o'clock In the ovenlng. cany .ihout fifty saloon pvisengers
From that time (he vescl was com- Trcm thin ort destined fnr Han Fran-
pelted (o- pioceel at slower speed. cIrco. Tho outward freight from llo-
The Manila Kea nl'n hecanm entnn- noliihi will nninuut lo seven hundred
g.eu wiui tno buoy that marks the
uiichnrngo nt Lnhalna lat oveuiug,
mid It vvaa only niter lonslderahlo
work Hint tho Keamer wai i-leaicd
and aguln a'lle tu lusiiine tho voyago
to Honolulu. I
The vessel nrrhed nt her wharf
Blmitly before nlno o'clock this
moriilng, bilnglng n gnod-ilred list
of passengers and freight fiom tho
other lelnnds. Including lne of
sides, 2 niitnnirihlles, S erates chirk-
ens, 2 hogs; 2r.7 head sheep and 2:ir.
packnges 'siinilrlcs. The Jlnuna Kea
wl 1 ho placed on the local marlnn
railway, where the necessary repairs
In her propeller will be made. It
Is Iho present Intention to dispatch
the stpamor frir lltlo ami way ports
on ner regular scliedule at ten
o'clock Tuesday morning,
Pursor Phllllpi of tho steamer Ma
una Lea arriving from HIIo nnd way
ports tills morning icp.irtR the arrival
or tno American' fchnonnr Siiokane nt
that port nn Inst Thursday evening
aner n twenty-four day passago from
The schooner Sequoia, from Pnget
Found, enino Into lorl with lumber
late last week. SI10 discharges ISO
000 feet then going lo Nnuoonoo and
thenco to Kallua to dlscharg' tho ro-
nnlnder of her cargo.
. Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
vlssoiirlnn arrived at the port 011
Thursdny nn I discharged about -oiro
hundred nnd fifty tons of frelcht leav.
Ing lll'n for Seattle dlroct tho snmo
dnv. Th- schooner Phlllnplno Is load
ing hnrd wood rnllwny ties destine 1
fnr Tlendondn nnd was reidv for sei
nt 'ho tlmo if dcnarliiro pr (he Maium
Kea. A shlpmnnt of limiher Is gi'ng
"ut of the schooner Scnuoln. Tho
Mnlson Navliratlnn steamer Enl"r
nrlsp Is expected to arrive there on
Sheridan Here Tonight.
t A wliolesi itcelvctl by tho local
iliiaitoi master department Trom Iho
transport Sheridan announces tho p.i.
bahle anhal of tho troopship on or
about sevoii o'cloc't this ovenlng.' Th
VeBkH will go to tho Oceanic wharf to
illFchargo ono hundred ami twenty
tonK of frolnht and tuipplles.
The vessel will tako oh flvo hun
dred toii3 or coal whllo hero. Although
no dellnlto time .has boon set for de
parture It Is expected that tho Sheri
dan will, remain at Honolulu ovor
Cattle for Honolulu,
TWo shipments of eattlo from Ha
wnll tiro duo to airlvo at this port
vvl'hln tho noxt few dnys, Tho (dimm
er Heleno was passed nt Pupaaloa by
iho Mauna Kea anl It was tho Inten
Hon to send the llolcna to Napoapoo
10 load cattle, Tho sleamer -Kuinl
was expected would tako on cattla
nt HIIo lodav. This vessel Is dostln
ed for Honolulu.
Muriel at San Francisco.
The urrlvjil of Iho llltlo lumbor
rchooncr Mm lei at San Francisco Is
reported by tho local branch of t)i3
MeiclianlR' Exchange. Tho vessol ills.
charged lumber pnd sailed from lh
nolpti on October 21st.
Siberia Sa'ls at Four O'clock.
Owing to Iho unusually largo ship
ment nf oriental frlaht to bo left at
this port tho Pacific. Mali ntenmer SI
beila will bo illspalched for San Fran
cisco at four o'clock this afternoon.
Mas. 11. Love)
ON PAGE CIQHT. '
ions including n varied assortment
of Hawaiian pnijucra.
Per stmr, Sl.iuin Kea, rrcoitian
from Wlo and way ports. 8:tS .1. m. '
O. Stewart. C. M. Hob rlson, Mrs. D.
F. Nicholson, A. fl Curtis, s'nm John-
1011 and wife. O. If. Illilmr.iann ri 1.-
Halrd. J110. T. Molr. Misses Molr (2),
.las. Welmter. Jno. Wall, A. Horner
Mis. A. Horner. W. Pullar nnd wife'
Mrs Neuninn, Mrs. W. Tin Chong and
child, Mi-. Chonsr rho nnd 2 ehlhlren,
11. C. S idler. K. Moyoi. M. 8, Pacheco.'
Tom Cook- and son, Carl Smith, W. Ill
V. Cimpb-ll. W. A. Miller, R. j". Ui'icli'
lv, .Inn. Rosi nil wife. W. O Ogg,
0. Wnlters, M. Ryeioft. J. f. mvlon!
n. i.aiiRer. j. w. nnwn K. Sato A
M romell. it. c. navlfsi. A. Lldate.
T R CiialmcrR, A. McCubbln. A. R.
Hatfield, H. M, Knnlho, fleo, Haker
Rev. .1. w. flunn. Roht. Hull. 1L Holt.
Mrs. Oiling nnd 2 children. Tln-v
f,,ir'"e r',"i II- Voknknn nnd vvlfn.
" '' "'""el" K. Notley and child.
v- k Nolley, C. .1. Hunker, E. Mnr
ion. Hoo Lyirishl. R. Fursev. A.
Lindsay. A. Alirens. I). Sherwood. A
Onrtlcy. J. A. Mngulrn A. Smith nnd
wlfo. Ah Foo Miss M. Phillip, Miss
A. nieknrd, Mrs. W IJooknnttl. Mrs.
ninr'ihiirn and sni), 0. II 8weney. R.
A. Wndsworlh. Rev M O Snnlos. R
M. Knmknnnl. A. Do rteco. wlfo nnd
2 c'llhlrcn. .1. P. McVeigh Miss .1
Purklev. M. McKoix'o, fir. L. M
rase' M 'orrls anl wife. MrR. Tav.
Inr. Ah Hon .T. T). Douaberty, C
Cl"'k T Itrnnlni T t. Hilgllt
Por C-A. S. S Makiica from Vielo
r'i nnd Vancouver Tor Honolulu:
Misses M Williams. F Dunn, X, L
MeAli" r f lenj; tf. TViwpII, C.
'. ytherlon R. Flavmni Penrse .T
P Hll'rie- Vned-impWndhnni. Hilt'
elier p. t; nolo Cnipn- A. Pklnher.
' " Alljerlnn. E. T Wood, Cnrdell
t P.o-o-sn Pbrl nn4 rlilpl' Oss nnd
e'llld Kn"i, O. E, Pnlt"" f R Rlv
Ro-er Messrs. T II Mandnr p Tt
iTeirlli O M. Ttntrlier. P, V wnrt.
bnm p n. Forrest. .1 'ndsav tt .1
fsr-'e'l P., ri-orl A. ns A K"mn
1 p rn"'" W, II. Rop- C, C. Ciso
!,.., Prll n Pit 'm I .To'nea.'Mos
il-rnpq P,iU rlii'l"l,h J AWn
chsnil-ld'n rr. M'. M .O'Neill, J, T
n nig 1 riou'-'is n, rsr.T- a p
Ht-Is. Mlsei II. Peneock M. Hod
Mesdsmes n-nel. po-V nnd child
lessrs. P Pnni'rs F. H. Price. M
rieuvpln p, Torrls, R. Ross, H, .Turn
er, R. a, l)h.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
It Is' Ruggosled that cczoma suffer
ers nsk Honolulu Drug Co. nf this city
what reports they nro getting from
llih lmleiits who have used the nil n'
wlntergrcen liquid compound, n. 1)
It la mild that hundreds of Hindoos
who 1110 too luzy to work ure coming
to tho United States to got Jobs ns "ol" " 'ho nmco of U. H. Jndgo Dole
policemen. It Is not known whore ' ,,lle Judiciary building Tuesda af
thty got tho Idea Toledo Ulade. tomoon at 4 o'clock. 'Dr. Hobdylwlll
n e eji 1 y 11 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 SI per year,
SHAW & SEVILLE
NEW MONUMENT WORKS '
Kin St. Neg'r Alaiiea
Saturday, Nov. 12.
HIIo via way irts Mauna Ken,
Btnir., 8 a. m. , ,
Victoria r.'nl Vaiioouvcr Mlikura,
C-A. 8. 8, C:30 a. m.
Friday, Nov'.' 11. .
Hawaii via Maul ports Clnndlnp,
Rtmr,, S p. in.
Saturday, Nov. 12..
Ailstrnllsn porla via Fanning Island
Mnkuru. C.-A. S. S., 1 p. m.
i' ' ' ' :
piRRTMnrnn nrfurr ,
i' 'i i.i 1
Per CM. H. 8. Mnkura for Austra
lian ports. Nov. 12. Dr. and Mrs.
Oraco and Infant, S. flraro, R.W. San
fonl. J. P. Tepsoit, W. W. nahn, Mr.
and Mrs. Harney, Mrs. Ellis, Mrs.
Painter, F D. Hurnlngham, V. D. Har
dy, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. tlandforth, M.
1). Shelliimburgc-r nnd Cf Hlboud.
Per P. M. . S.'.SIberla, for San
Francisco, Nov. 12. Mr. and Mra.
flcorgo M. Howley, Mr. nnd Mrs. K.
A. Mott-Smlth, Francis Oay, Mrs. J.
Ward. Dr,' I). Leo Hlrsrhrler, A. C.
Ilaningartner, D. Dolo, II. .Hart, Y.
lllumc:cln,.J. Drndy, W. It. C. Ewlrtg.
II. Tsiida, C. Ourlls. F. L. Oliver. It
II. Rnelllng. Mr. and Mrs., H. Yoshldd,
vir. and Mrs. C. II. Wilson, II. E
hienorscn. v. r. Wearncr. Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Pldgeon, 0. II, Monroe. F.
i. I'ago and E. Lynns.
Her.BtmrKlnu(iifor Kauai ports,
NoV. 1G.U-P. 0,' If. D6verlll. Oeo.
Maeoho, 11. p. kalena,- Miss Kaleila.
Per stmr. Mnufia Kea. for HIIo
and way ports, Nov. Id. Mrs. E. E.
Djc, Mrs. Slmoi-non, Mrs. E. A. Na-
vvnlu, Jtrs. Alex. Nawalu, If. O, May.
K. I. Llllle, S. (Ireeh, Mra. Orden,
Mrn. McWayne, j. Oppergolt.
IN FoneiQM fOftTt
Saturday, riov. 42. .
; PORT TOWNSEND Arrl'vdd Nov. It:
Ilk. Alhert. from Kaanapall.
SEATTLE Sailed Nov. 12: S. S..Mc
, xlcan, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlvcd Nov. 12, C
n. in.: S. S. Nippon Mam, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 12:
Hktnc. Irmgard, for Mahukona.
Sailed Nov. 12:
Tlk. Andrew Welch, fnr Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 12,
noon: S. 8. Sierra, for Honolulu.
IIII.O Arrived Nov, 10: 8chr. Sjio-
kinp, from Port Ludlnw.
Ill I.O Sailed Nov. 10: S. S Mis-
Rourian, ror Seattle.
MAUNA KEA BRINQ9 MANAGERS.
The flagship Mauna Kea of tho In
ler-lsbnd licet, which brought a largo
number of plantation managers froin
Ilnmrttl ... . a . . 1 ,'.
...iwu,,, , loiu.Huaiij: laie in arriving
mis morning, siio was lato In leav
ing HIIo nnd tho (other ports. Among
thoso who arrived this morning was
John T, Molr, manager of Onomea Su
gar Company. (He was accompanied
by his wlfo and two daughters.
W. II. 0. Campbell, managed of HIIo
Sugar Company was another arrival
on tho Manna Kea. C. Wolters. man
ager of the Hutchinson Plnnlntlon of
Knu cam down to be present nt the
meeting of the plantation managers,
who meet next week.
A. Ahrens, manager of tho Pacific
Sugar Mill was nn arrival also. A.
Oartley of C. Rrewcr & Co., who has
been on tho other islands on huslnosn
returned this morning.
11. IJ .Holsteln. speaker nf tho
itouso of Representatives camo down
this morning, l Is said, lo confer with
the Dolegato, who will leave shortly
. H. M. Kanlho, tho "Cannon Hall of
Kohnla," who wns defeated for tho
first lime, slnco tho Territorial Legis
lature convened, Is In town on busi
ness. Ho said this morning that he
was defeated by tho Homo Rulers In
his-own district. Sam Kanakanul of
Iho Territorial Survey offtco returned
from Hawaii and Maul, where ho has
been smveylng the government lands
for many months.
C. K. vNotloy, preBldont of tho Homo
Rulo party, who met his defeat ror
Iho sixth tlmo Is In town lo strength
on his party. Sam Johnson of Pahoa,
Puna, accompanied by his wlro arriv
ed today for a few days' stay In Hono
lulu. II. L. Holsteln, i-Speaker of tho
Houso of Hepieaentatlvcs Is In town,
having arrived this morning In-tho
lnunn Kea. Ho wl( leave for his
homo In Kohnla next Tuesday.
11. M. Knnlho, tho "Cannon Hall of
tohala" was ono of tho passenfeers
who nrrlved today In tho Milium Kca.
Ho came down ou business, other
In npolltlcs. He said ho was dcrcat.
"d nt NI11III, Kohala.
A meollng of tho Hawaiian branch
nl tIle Ild Cross Association will" life
roaU n paper on 'tho campaign against!
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SlmHxti' Inches) weight AM
The only modern, safe, effcctlvo nnd
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Will last for years.
Tho Warmer Is made of metal best
ed within one minute by the lighting
arid Insertion of a puper lube con
taining a Mniclesn. smokeless nnd
odorless fuel generating a uniform
heal which lasts over two honrs at a
cost of less than one cent. It Is curved
to lit nny portion of the body and held
lu place by mains of a bag and belt
allowing the wearer to movo about at
will. , '
I AS 4 PA IX KILLER
Tho Wvlkom Warmer has-tia equal,
it can be put Into constant action and
Is Indispensable In cusen of rheuma
tism; lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica,
cramps, etc. 1
Dy (placing the Warmer on the nf
feoted part the heat being dry, not
moist, bakes out the cold. Physicians
say that the moist heat of the hot wat
er bag will not cure but aggravate the
ailments above mentioned.
Many hnvo been sold not a f'ngle
complaint. 1 '
lOumplete outfit Including Wanner,
bag belt, coll and 10 tubes of fuel sent
prepaid ltd any port ol thu U. ,-J. upon
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108 Fullon .St, New York.
Willi every stateroom filled tn ca-
paeH)' -vvllh passengers' and a largo
JcfeRatroit travcllirg 'In' the sieeragu
aml'sccund claw, tho Catfadlan'-Aus-trallan
liner 'Makiira, 'seven 'dais
from' Win Uuvot1 'nnu" Victoria, ar
rived orr the'port at 8:S0 thfs morn
ing. n "t
Sixty-six passengers loft''. the ves.
sel at Honoluhl. but despite, this
fact tha Makura contlnubdlthe voy
agiv to the Colonies at 1 o'clock this
afternoon, taking bcs pashongerH.
The ofllccrs report strong south
west gales and hlgh'teaa that served
to retaril the prbgress of the ship.
Tills uort of weather prevailed until
last Wednesday, when more moder-
ato southwest winds were encouu-.
Tho local postnl authorities re
ceived nearly 0110 hundred sacks of
mall by the vessel.
Tho freight for Honolulu amounts
to sixty jinckuges of merchandise.
Them nro a number of prominent
Hiltlshcrs on board tho vessel, mak
ing a trip to tho colonial posses
sions. Earl and Countesti Harrowby
aro Included In tho list of those who
will visit Australia.
Lady Frauds Ryder is also n pas
senger by the Makura.
General Oodley Is proceeding to
Join the Hrltlsh forces stntloned In
Hugh M:iKenzle, Minister of Pub.
He Lands, Is returning to' Australia
after having spent n vacation at
Soveral passengers left for the
Antipodes by thu Makura.
Tho last performance bf rTho Lot
torymnn" 'wlll'hb given this evening
Perhaps no- funnier' farco' hOB lioen
prosV-ntrd ho'rb In yoArs, mid none
hns been so heartily received, Anoth
er capacity matlneo was In order thin
afternoon whllo' tho advance salo for
this evonlng prossages nnothor crowd
Noxt vveok, Monday, Tuesday nnd
Wednosday evenings. "Our Now Min
ister" wll( bo prosentod. This. Is-Bald
to bo a sweet play of New England
llfo nnd It abounds In rich comedy
"Our Now Minister" Is enloylng u
prosperous run nt proscnt nt the Prin
cess Theatre, Sain Francisco.
William Williamson, who will he
mnrrlod tn. Miss Ada Rhodes noxt
Wednesday, will bo Iho guest of hon
or tonight at a bachelor dinner lo ho
iondered him bv a number of his
friends In the University Club. Among
Ihoso present will bo Dr. Hotlglns, W.
H. Halibut, Dr. Murray, otlle- Roren
ou, Judgo.Rnl'lou, Judco A a, Wllder,
Mr. Evans. Frank Thompson. Lieut.
Pardon. William Roth, E. M. Watson.
rreu nioern and Mr. Hulhof, Tho
dinner Is nt seven o'clock.
Weokly Ilullotln fl per year,
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