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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, OCT. 3, 1911.
AH visiting member of tie
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 F. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' o h ao-
REFIC!Al AVIATION. cUtioni cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets rcry llrst und tlilnl Tin May
of rnch iniiiilli In Fraternity Hull, I. O.
O. 1'. building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited tn nltcnd.
W. J. ROBINSON. Saclicm.
11 V. TODD, O. of 11.
(0K0IUEU LODGE. 016. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. tie, B. P, 0,
Clkl, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
'nvlted to attsni.
D. P. It. ISHNBKRO, E. R.
OHO. T. KI.UKQEL, Seoi "
HTC. McKINIEY LODOE, NO. 8,
feet every 2nd and 4th Baturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Roretanla. Vlilt
Ing brothers cordially Invited ti at
Und. r. F. Kll.nET, O. O.
E. A. JACOIISON, K. R. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of 9t'
Meets every first ond third Friday at
T'SO o'clock, 1'jtlilan Hall, corner Here
UiiIa mid Fort streets. Visiting broth
em cordially Invited In nttend,
b. DECKER. C. C.
o. 111:1x1:, Iv. of It. & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
McetH on second and fourth WedntB.
day oicnlng of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Emma. Visiting brothers
nro Invited to uttsnd.
GEO. A. DAVIS. W. P.
1V1L C. M'COY, Sccyl
MILTON & PARSONS
Havo received ex Sierra especially
JJ. trimmed 8TREET and DRESS HAJ8
yS HOTEL ST.. Onn. Vminn Cafs
. VISIT THE
BEAUTIFUL WIIITF. FELT
Mifllnery Parlors, Boston Building
IN Saturday MR8. F. S. ZEAVE.tt.
her ronniH In thu Young building,
will oien up new linen In Shift
waists, Coats 11ml Novelties rccUvcd
Manila and Madeira Embroidered
Collars, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs
Baby Pjllow Slips
FORT STREET ' '
K. UYEDA .
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hats at Reasonabla Prices
Weekly Bulletin II per jsar,
12. J LOVE will nail for tho Coast
In tho Sierra tomorrow.
GOVKHNOIt F11KAU this inornlnR
returned tho call of tho now Spanish
Consul,- Slgnor Igimclp do Arnntt.
NAVAL CONSTRUCTOR AND MRS.
J. II. WAl-311 wero passengers from
tho (0.1st In tho Wllhclmlna this
J. A. iMAGOON U Invoked for tho
Coast next week. Business connected
with tho II Instate Is rosponslblo for
COL SAMUEL PARKER nnd son
Ernest Parker wero passengers tn tho
Wllhclmlliii, which arrived from tho
roast this morning.
ENSIGN W. V. SMITH of tho Unit-
cd SlalcH navy, was n passenger In
Iho Wllhcltnltin, on a returned duty
at tho local Htallon,
MUS. MHKLE M. JOHNSON was
numbered nniong tho returning pas'
sengers In tho Matson Navigation
steamer Wlthclinlnn this morning.
A T TltAI'lIAGKN, n traveling rep
rescntntlvc for Cluett nnd Peabndy,
collar nnd garment manufacturers,
was an arrival from tho coast In tho
Wllhclmlna this morning.
P. 0. JONES, who canio hack from
n ttlp tin Iho Sierra Inst Friday, ar
rived nlniiist exactly fifty-four years
from Iho dnto ho first tct foot on tho
shores of Onhu, from Boston.
WADE WARHKX THAYER nnd
Sirs. Thayer nra hack from n three
months visit to tho mainland nnd
British Columbia v. hero they spent n
number of weeks at several popular
CHARLES 11AUI10N was numbered
among tho returning passengers In
tho Wllhclmlnii from Iho coast this
morning. Barron achieved roiiio no
toricty hero somo months ago as u
"bojp box orator."
LIEUT. C. C. MOSES Is on routo to
Manila, Phllipplno Islands, and will
await a transport at this port, leaving
for his now post of duty. Ho was mi
arrival In tho Matson steamer Wll
licluilnii this morning.
WALLACE It. KAUIMNOTOX, mali
nger nnd editor ot tho Hullo tin,
leaves llils evening for 11 short busi
ness trip to San Francisco. Ho Is ac
companied by Mrs. Fnrrtngton, who
will visit frionds In her homo city.
MRS. CHARLES VALE, mother ot
Mrs. Claudius Mcllrldo, nnd two
daughters, tho Missos Ethel and Bes
sie Vale, nrrlvcd on tho bark IL P.
Rllhol yesterday. Thoy will visit tho
Mellrhles both horo and In Koun, Ha
waii. AI.Of.FO J. MENOCOL, u civil en
gineer sent down to tho Islands to
tnko up his duties nt Pearl Harbor
under tho direction nf thi United
Vuitcs navnl department, was an ar
rival in tho Wilhclnilnn this morning,
accompanied by Mrs. Mcnocol.
BRITISH CONSUL It. 0. H. FORK
TICK will lenvo on tliu Mongolia, Oc
tober 21 for an extended visit lo Bug
Inml and will be succeeded by Mr.
Harrington who Is In Iho consular
torvlen. in Japan, Mr Forstor ex
pects to return In about a year.
-PHILIP I RICE, the well known
Kiiiuii planters, who but recently was
wedded to Miss Flora Benton, n pop
ular society girl of Snn Diego, accom
panied by his wife, were numbered
among several bridal couples who 10
turned In the Matson Nnvlgntlon
steamer Wllhclmlna this morning.
Tho lllco-Bcnton nuptials was nno ot
tho big society events of Southern Cal
ifornia. lL S. ELLIOTT, n wall known Pa
cific const newspaperman, was un ar
rival In tho Wilhclnilnn this morning.
Mr. KM lot t comes to tho Islands to ac
cept u position with tho business de
partment of tho Bui latin in tho
rapacity of advertising manager. For
somo ttmo past ha has been associated
with newspapers in California and
Nevada, leaving Ilcnn to tnko up
work in tho Islands.
MU8. JAMES A. Ki.NXI.nY nnd
Miss .Jessica Kennedy, who havo been
on tho coast for some months pust
and attended the launching of tho now
tntor-lsliuid steamer Klluucn, re
turned to Honolulu In tho Willie
mint this morning. Miss Kennedy,
daughter of President mid floncrnl
Malinger J. A. Kennedy, presided at
thu clulstenlng of tho lino now steam
cr which Is soon to go Into commis
CAITAIN IS. A. ANDERSON, mas
ler of tho Anicricaii-Hawuiiun freight
or Kuvudun, arrived In tho Malson
steamer Wllhelminu this 11101 ulng to
tIalniliJsJirldo tn bu, Miss Anna Rose,
-foraiorly-of-Hllo. Tho wedding will
tnko placo Inuiorinw evening, to ho
followed by 11 reception ut tho Court
land Jlotol, Tho roupja will Icavo for
b'an Francisco In tho Wllholmlna,
making Ihelr homo for a short tlmo
liuSan Francisco, but going to Boston
In I lie near fultiro to visit Captain An
MASTERS AND PILOTS
.REPLY TO SPEAKERS
In an open letter Issued this ufler-
poon. and which will bu published In
full by tho U 11 1 1 0 1 1 n Inter, (ha local
Munch of Iho Masters and P IoIr' As
tociulloii replies lo statoments ninila
by Mine of Iho speakers nt yostop
day uftei noon's meeting of tho. Chain,
her c'Coiiiniorca tniBtcos on (he liar,
In concluding thu lottor, tho ussn.
elation culls upon W. it. Fnstor, iho
new linibnnniistoivto produce his cit
jjar-BULLETIN ADS PAY-JfJ
City Transfer Co.
JA8, H. LOVE
- h i .
. Shlppinng .
BRfDAL TEARS AVAIL NOT
WITH STONY HEARTED OFFICIALS
Under Lock and Key in Shinyo Maru Liner Made Good
Time, Off Voyage Wilhelmina, Brought Many Tourists
HonblulatY Away For Sah1 Francisco at Six This Even
ing Hilonian In From Seattle With Lumber and General.
Tho course ot true lovo nlong the
photographic routo appears to bo full
of bumps and unpaved strctchcj over
which n number of fair and winsome
Nlpponeso brides arc experiencing
some rough traveling.
' Under lock and key In tho Toy)
Ktson Kalsha liner Shinyo Maru now
at Alakcn wharf, nro several hiixsom
Jnpancso maidens who fulled lo con
nect with their respective husbands
during the stay of (lint liner nt Snn
Francisco. Tho brldcs-to-bo wero duly
photographed and tho presentment
rent along In a previous mall to tho
Coast. For some reasons best known
to Undo Sam's staff of lynx-eyed Im
migration officials, the young women
were denied tho prlvllcgo of landing
and later on falling Into tho welcome
embraces of Iclgo lords nnd masters,
Now, all Is. woo with Iho daughters
of Dal Nippon. Tears failed to melt
Iho stony hearts of Ilia Federal olll
clals. They nro ordered icHirtoct and
nio being returned to Japan nt the
expense of tho steamship company
responsible for their arrival at n land
1 1 tho freo and tho homo of' tho gal
Tho Rhlnjo Mnru was given tho
United States mall for thu Hawaiian
Islands, )ct this vessel was behind
tho Mntsnn steamer Wllhclmlna gain
ing her wharf this morning. Tho
Jnpancso vessel brought 31t! sacks ol
later mainland malls.
Purser Frank Cavurly reports nfluo
trip down from tho Coast and Iho
nlncty-Uiroo cabin passengers who
stepped nshoro this morning for a
brief visit during tho stay ot tho
Shlti)o nt the port wero loud In their
praise of tho treatment accorded them
by Iho genial Bluff of "Ulcers In Iho
uuuest of Jupancso liners. Tho Shin.
vo Is to continue (ho voyage to Jap
an and China ports nt five o'clock this
evening. Tho through list of passcn
gcrs includo In nddltion to thoso In
tho cabin, 67 In the second class ami
108 In tho Asiatic slcornge., A largo
percentage of tho latter arc Jupaneso
who have awaited tho departure of
tho now steamer boforo making their
homeward voyage. Tho Inltlul cargo
in tho Shinyo en routo to tho Orient
Is n Inrgo ono measuring thrco thou
An Interesting Itoni In Iho ship's
manifest is twenty tons ot flno Cali
fornia raisins, constituting n trial ship
ment of this local product to Japan,
Unusual caro was taken In packing
Iho raisins nnd oven tho outer cases
uro securely hurlupcd. There Is also
n largo shipment of California canned
goods. Cotton Is ono ot tho heaviest
oxports to Japan nnd tho Shinyo takes
7000 bales ot tho Soutliorn product for,
tho Mikado's realm. Anothor heavy
shlpmont Is 20,000 quarter sacks of
flour. In clinrgo of Purser Frunk B.
Cavurly nro 800 bars of silver bullion
valued nt $325,000.
Four cabin passengors applied for
lay over checks for Honolulu. Tho
through list Includes a number uf well
known business nnd professional peo-
plo In tho Stales as woll as out In
Iho Orlont. Among these mo: Count
Wntniinbc, who goes to Yokohama;
Profossor Otto Kohncr, an educator
ot Toronto, Canada; Holuiid llosworlh
of Klgln, III., and bis daughters, tho
Misses U and A. U Bosvvorth; W. Q;
Sanborn, agent of tho Burlington
Routo, and his wife, who will make
u tour of tho Orlont; G. W. Thorn, n
well-known basinets man ; of .Nuw
.York, and Ills vvjfo; I.ars Anderson, n
prominent resident of Shanghai, Chi
na; Mrs. Flotchor Ryer nnd Mhs Dorltf
Rycr of Snn Francisco; I, Jl. Allen,
mnnagor of Iho Canton Bank, nnd
vylfo; Br, J. W, Kcoiioy ot Snn Fran
cisco, Mr. and Mrs. McIJwnn of Ta
conin; W. T, Grucoy, Amcrlcuu Cqt'
Bill nt Nnnklng, nm family; It, F
Tel. I704 Wines pd Liquors , , TfL 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
" " (Mont1 Rouge Wines '
Sole Agents Miimm's Champagne
Cole, Oriental agent ot tho Standard
OH Company, and F. P. Hiilght, who
Is to Join the staff of tho Japan Ad
Quite ti few passengers anil a largo
(luautlty of cargo has been and v 1 1 1
he dispatched to other Islands In ves
sels living tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation flag before tho closo of Iho
Tho Manila Ken, flagship of the
licet, salted for llllo and way ports
nt ten o'clock llils morning taking a
fow tourists for the volcano besides
:i number ot oilier passengers on
business or plcnsuro bent. This ves
sel was woll supplied with general
mcichnndlse. Tho Mnimu Ke.i also
carried tho late mainland mails.
At noon tho steamer I.lkcllko was
dispatched for Hawaii ports vvlUi
shipments ot lumber and general car
go, followed at Iho o'clock by tho
steamer Kinnii for Kauai pjrls, Ml
knhnl.i for Mini, Molokal nnd I.unul
purls, tho Hcleno fur Pnaullo, Ooku
In nnd l.ntipahoolioe, and tho Wulalo
for Hoiiokuu and Kuku.haolo. Thu
latter vessels are all flllod with car
goes consisting of lumber, fertilizer
and general plantation supplies.
Flaurence Ward Preparing for Sea.
The cable supply schooner Flaur-
enco Wnrd Is bolng prepared for sa'i
nnd it Is tho present intent Ion to dis
patch the vessol for Midway Island
cnblo station ,)y Wednesday evening
or Thursday. Tho little supply ves
set will carry n quantity nt provisions
and tho usual consignment ot flirt
ballast which Is being used lo create
a section of "inailo land" siiltahlo for
(ho cultivation ot vines ami plants.
0Krator A. !loorc who has been Iden
tified with the Honolulu staff 'for Mmo
tlmo past will dcpail for Midway sta
Hon In tho 'Iflnurcncu Wnrd thcro to
remain for ta period of thirteen
Sheridan May Be Delayed.
According to lato advices icccivcd,
nt tho local army quartermaster de
parlmcnt tho United States transport
Shcildan from Manila, Marlvolcs and
Nagasaki, Japan, mny ho delayed sev
oral days In arrival here, Tho troop
ship with ofllcer.i and enlisted moil
Is reported us making slow tlmo
ncrnss tho Pacific. The vessel was
lo- havo arrived hcrq tomorrow but
Jt Is believed that tho Sherldun may
not show up oft tho port before S.ilur
day morning. Soveral cilUccrs con
nected with thp Twentieth Infantiy
and their families will embark In the
transjiort for Snn Francisco from Ho
nolulu, v .
Few Passengers In the Sierra. ,
Less than fifty cabin passongcrsain
booked for tho Coast In tho Oceanic
steamship Slcira scheduled to Ball foi
San Francisco nt, ten o'clock tomiir
lavy morning.. Tho vcsfcl will, how
over, carry u largo general cargo in
cluding somo small shipments of son
ar nin u quantity of pineapples, cof
fee, rice, bananas and oilier lines ut
Hawaiian products. There will bo m.
musical sorcnnilo owing to tho band
boing.ou vacntlou. , ,
Hilonian Brought Explosive.. '
Included In iho cargo brought In
tho islands In Iho Matson Navigation
steamer Hilonian this morning wero
twelve hundred cases ot powdor. Tho
vessel was an arrival from Ban Fran
cisco and Puct Sound ports and will
remain hero until Wednesday oven
ing before departuro fur Island ports
including Kiihulul, Kuannpull, Port
Allen and llllo. Tho Iflloulan brings
down a.pousldorahla shipment of I tun-
her for dJscharRO, aj. thoiiovcril
TIDESSUN AND MOON
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jt ai 13M OMIOOA U', ,i
Full jnnnn October 7 at 0:40 p. in
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
' (Special Cable (b Merchants'
Tuesday, Oct. 3.
NO CABM3 TODAY.
S. S. Chtyo Maru will nrrlvo on
Thursday at noon rind. wdl sail for
San Francisco, Friday, nboul 10 a. m,
ands. In returning to tho Const the
vessel will tnko on shipments of plno'
apples at Port, Allen and Kahultil. '
Change In 8klppers.
Diu-lng the nbiciico of Captain Km
est Anderson from tho American-Hawaiian
freighter Noyailan, thnt vessel
villi be, commaiulcil by Captain Qcorgo
Wright, who Is well known among
vessel masters along tho const. The
Novndan Is ono of tho Amcrlcnn-Hn-wnllan
vessels to visit Honolulu (lur
ing tho mouth or October.
Chlyo Maru Wireless.
A Into wireless recrdved fiom tho
Inpaneso liner Chlyo Mnru announces
Ihn probable .irrlvnl or that vessel at
Honolulu on Thursday noon and the
expected dcinrliiro for San Francisco
nut later Ihnn ten o'clock Friday
morning. Tho Cl.lyo Maru Is bring
ing n general Oriental Cargo for dis
charge at llils p'lt.
Nlihau from Hawaii.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Nlihau
was an arrival from Hawaii ports this
morning bringing a small amount ot
Riignr and general cargo. Tho vessol
not with fair weather on tho return
trip from tho big Island.
Hilonian Brought Small Mall,
A small mall gathered at Puget
Sound ports arrived this morning In
tho Matson Navigation stunner Hilo
nian Tho vessel is discharging cargo
at Iho uppor end of Iho Ilackfcld
Sparks' from the Wireless.
T. K. K. S. S. Chlyo Mnru, en roulq
from Yokohama, S p. ni.-ri.13 mllca
from Honolulu; we-ither mndora't.
Will arrive noon Thursday; wish dli,
patrh 10 a. in., October G.
Many Asiatic to Depart This Evening,
Tho Jnpancso liner Shinyo Mnru
to sail for tho Coast ot Asia at five
o'clock this evening will tnko two
hundred nnd ten Japanese nnd Chi
Alice Cooke Depart for Sound.
Tho American schooner Alice Cooke
sailed for Port Ludlow this morning
taking ballast only.
HAS CERTIFICATE BliT '
IS DENIED ADMITTANCE
Dcnlnls of nn application for u writ
of hubcas corpus on tho part of a
Chinaman named Wong On by Judge
Chnrlos F. Clomons In tho Unltod
States district court this morning will
In nil probability moan that tho mat
ter will bo taken before tho higher
courts of tho mainland. '
A similar case was boforo tho su
premo court of tho United States be
lore and they turned tho application
down. At tho samo tlmo thcro was u
feeling in various qunrtois that tho
decision should havo been rovcrscd
According to tho testimony of Wong
On he was born In Honolulu In 1891
nnd went to China in 1900 returning
again this year. He mado iipiillca-
linn for his birth rortlflcato undor
tho special act that provide for Ori
entals. who woro born and hcio previ
ous to any registration ami Bocroturv'
I-:. A. Mntt-Smltli gnvo it to him, aft
er mnklng proper Inquiries. I
When ho returned from China, lowi
ever, ho was held by Raymond C.
Brown nt tho Immigration station nnd
denied entrance. Ho was also told
Hint ho would be ilcuoitod to China
Tho details ot Judge, demons doi
clalpn havo not bocn handed down
yot outsldo tho fact Hint the writ la
denied , ,.,, ,.
KAUAI FAMILIES BUY
PRIVATE BURIAL GROUND
Tho Rice, Ipenborg and Cooko fam
ilies on Kuual are making provision
for n private burial ground and this
morning u document was lllcd at tho
bureau of conveyances cinching t''o'
William II, Illco. Clurenro II. fnokn
nud-D. P.'R. iBcnbcrg'iaronamcd uu
(he trustees tn hold tuo t.inu in hum
foi over. On tho payment of n dollar
they vveru given charge of the block
from the I.lhue Public Cemetery A
soclatlou. The luad Is n grunt under
tho will of tho late Mother Rice,
Tuesday, Oct. 3.
San Frnnclsco Wilhclnilnn, M. N,
S. S., 8 n. m.
San Fraucisco Shinyo Maru, Jnp.
rtmr., 8:30 a. m.
llllo nnd Kahulul Honolulu, M,
N. 8. 8., n. m.
Tuesday, Oct. 3.
llllo vl way porta Malum Ken,
btmr.,' 10 a. 'm '
Per M. N. S. S. Wllholmlna, from
San Francisco, Oct. 3. Mrs. Mnry
Armstrong, Mls-j Dorothy Ashley, Mrs,
W. Q. Ashley, Miss Anna Ashley,
Capt. A. Anrtcrton, Mr. nnd Mrs.' Geo.
S. Alvca and Infnnt, Geo. A. Brown,1
Mr. W. II. Balrd, Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Barker, ,1. Brunswick, Mrs. Chns,
Bach. Mis Ethel Bishop, Miss K
Bach, Chas. Barron, A. G. Beer, Mrs.
G. Cole, D. Casey, Miss II. S. Carlson,
Mrs. F. V. Coleman. Mr, and Mrs. B.
N. Copo, W. Desha, Mr. Dyer, J. I
Dwyer, Mr. nnd Mrs. 1L F. -Davenport,
II. Daventxirt, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. C. T,
Day, Mr. and Mrs. J, IS. Duff, Mrs.
Dlcklns, H. W. Dlggs, C. T. Elliott,
IL B. lilllott.J. Frlodnstoln, Miss C,
P. Qrccn, Iicv. W. H. Gillian, .Mr. mid
Mrs; D. B. Gelllnghnni, Elmer L. Gay,
Al. Irnzzard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. I
Holllngcr, Mrs. C. O. Ilclser, Jr., nnd
Infant, Miss Z. M. Hummel, It. Heir
W. G. Hamilton, Mrs. W. G. Hamil
ton, Mrs. Emmn Hamilton, Mrs. Alice
Hamilton, Mrs. M. M. Johnson, Joe
Jncobs, Mrs. J. A. Kennedy, Miss J.
Kennody, Mrs. M. Levy, Miss Gloiiu
F. II. McCrackln, W. T. McKcnzIr,
Mrs. II. II. Morebcad. Mrs. A. G.
Marllnscn, J. K. i Miller, W. L. Mc
Crackln, Mrs. M. O. McCrackln, Miss
G. M. Mattlngly, c. 1). Miller, win,
P. McCoy, A. C. Mayor, O. S. Mali
fes, Mrs M. A. Moses, Lieut. C. C,
Moses, Civil Engineer and Mrs. A. J.
Mcnocol, U. 8. N., Mrs A. b. Oxen
hnm, Ernest Parker, Samuel Purkor,
II. M. Rogers, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. I..
Hire, Miss S. C. Storrltt, Ensign W.
W. Smith, U. S. N., Miss M. Schuman
Mrs. G. Schuman, Mrs. C. L. Smith
and two children, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. 11.
Scott, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Starrctt,
W. W. Tlinyor, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F.
Thajor, Miss Tuelson, A. F. Trnphu
gen, Mrs. L. 8. 'Watkliis, Mrs. J. W.
Wadman and daughter, Naval Con
structor and Mrs. J. II. Walsh, U. S
N., C. Wolters, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. A,
Wyckoff, A. K. F. Yap, Mrs. J. M.
Young nnd two children.
Per T. K. K. 8. S. Shinyo Mam,
from San Francisco For Honolulu:
G. M. Thorn, Mrs. Thorn, G. II. War
ren, Mm. Warren.
I PA88ENQERS DEPARTED.
Per stmr. Maurt-i Kea, for llllo and
way ports, Oct. 3. Otto Berndt, P. O.
Illlcy. N. II. .Duval, Mrs. M. Ham
spaigcr, T. II. I.llllo. wife and child.
Miss II. L. Hcmpstcd, K. Mltnnl and
wife, P. Knaihuo and wlfo, J, McGuire
wlfo nnd child, D. B. Metzgcr, D. 11.
Murdoch, W. J. Fontnna and wlfo,
Geo. F. Henshnll. F. A. Wilder, l.um
Chow nnd wlfo, E. C. Vauglian, N.
Sutow and wife, Mr. Self mid child
MIeb F, Hollowny.
DIx, sailed for Mnnlln, Sept. 29.
Logan, sailed from Honolulu for Ma
nila, Sept. II.
Sherman, arrived Ban Francisco
Sheridan, sailed from Manila for San
Francisco, Sept 14 at Nagasaki
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
Buford, sailed from Honolulu for Bar.
Francisco, arrived Aug. lf,
Warren Stationed at tho Phllipplno.
Thomas at. San Francisco under re
Although un uccldent happened last
night In Camp No. 2, Vineyard street,
no report of It wus turned In to tho
police Htutlon until today, William
Nelson, well known to tho tenants of
Camp ,2, fell oft tho second floor lust
night to the ground, fifteen, feet below,
und was seriously Injured. Ho wus
pithed up by the neighbors.
It seemed thut NcUou had been
drinking yiwtortlay, nnd when he sat on
the railing of tho second floor lost Ills
balance mid fell backward. His head
struck tho pavement, nnd Ills leg Is re
ported us being badly damaged. Ho Is
rusting lii'the t)ueen' Hospital today
v ..I. '
Kollowlnu tho conference held bv
Iho novornor vrstordav in connection
with raising enough money to carry
out the campaign against tho Modi
torranoan fruit fly there wilt ho a
mooting of tho board of agriculture
and forestry this afternoon If tho
mcnibors 'can bo got together.
Entomologist E. K, Carnos and
Marketing Expert S. T. Slarrett, tho
latter arriving by the Wllhelmliia this
morning, will be present and will
glvo their views on the subject.
WHO'S WHO ON,
Of tho nlpcty-thrco cabin passen
gers traveling In tho flno now Jap
nneso liner Shinyo Mbm which called
nt the port en routo from 8an Fran- '
Cisco to the Orient this morning, nro
u number of prominent matnlandcrs
who aro well known In business, pro
fessional nnd socnl circles.
There is also a fair sprinkling of
globe trotters In the list of passen
gors now on tho wny to Japan and
Chlnn ports. A few missionaries nro
en routo to tho East to tako up sta
tions In China and In India.
Among thoso who visited at tho
port during the stay of tho Shinyo
Maru, which will get away for Yoko
hama nt C o'clock this evening, wero:
I, P. Allen, mnnngor of tho Can
ton Bank at Snn Francisco, making a
tour of tho Orlont, accompanied by
Mrs. Allen. ,
Mrs. It.- A. Aral and Mis M. Aral,
wlfo and daughter of the bend of tho
firm of Morlniurn Aral, Now York city.
L. Anderson, bond ot tho British
American Tobacco Co. In Shlnghni,
Mr. II. D. Grcon, a leader of Port
land, Oro., select smart set, n life
long friend of Mrs. Eleanor Martin
of San Franclsco'B .400.. Mrs. N. K.
Crano ot, Chicago accompanies Mrs.
Green on n tour ot tho world.
Hon. W. T. Grocey, American Con
sul nt' Nanking, Chlnn. Mrs. Gracey
and Infnnt nro returning also.
Dr. J. W. Kccncy and son, making
tho round trip for tho health of his
eon, Chnrlos. C. C Slsson accom
Mrs. T. Jerome O'llnru, a society
hello ot San Francisco, "I-orettn Nol
an," making n tour of tho Orient.
Prof. Otto Kobncr, of Berlin uni
Count C. Wntnnalie, who has been
Investigating tho banking business In
tho United States.
11. E. Cole, tho rcprcscntatlvo of tho
Standard Oil Co. of New York, going
to Japan nnd Korea.
W. II. McEwan, business man mid
a member of one of tho oldest fam
ilies of Scuttle, making ano of his reg
ular trips to tho OrlcnL On this trip
lie Is ncrompuulcd by his wife and
W. 1). Sanborn, general i western
ugent of tho Burlington routo at San
Francisco. Mrs, Sanborn accompa
nies him on tho round trip.
I. O. Uplinm, ot tho Arm of Payot,
Uphnm ot San Francisco, making u
tour of the world.
Mrs. Fletcher F. Rycr, wealthy San
Frnnclsco woman making a' tour ot
tho world. Her daughter, Miss Doris,
Judge A. E. McCnbc, Judgo of tho
10th Judicial Dlstilct of (ho Philip
pine Islands. Mrs. "McCabo accom
Mrs. W. 8. Hnnlgsbcrg, returning
to Shanghai, accompanied by her sis
ter, Miss Mario Murphy. Mr. Hon
Igsborg Is In tho uutnmobilo business
Y. Hoshlno, mnnnger of the KaJIma
Bnnk at Osaka, Japan.
iF. Okamoto, iniCnagor of tho For
mosn Bugnr factory ut Tiilkoo.
M. Yashnmoto and C. Ohnukl, gen
tlemen connected with tho Mitsui
Busun Kuislia In Now York City.
Geo. II, Wnrren, Amerlcnn lnstituto
of Mining Englneors, accompanied by
Mrs. Warren, are to visit Japan.
Geo. M. Thorn, nccompancd by Mrs.
Thorn, on a tour of Japan.
M. Hupa, ,who superintended tho
construction of this ship, is returning
to Japan after a visit to San Frun
cisco on tho maiden trip.
Mrs. Will E. Keller, making a trip
to Manila, accompanied by her moth
er, Mrs. G. C. BnsBett nnd Mlbs E.
M. J. McDcrmott, a wealthy Los An
goles man of club Ilfo. Ills address
Is tho Johnathan Club.
Per O. S. S. Sierra, for Rnn l.Vm..
Cisco, Oct. 4. II. O, E. Forstor, Mnr
tiil A. Chase. E. T. ISIam. II A. iinm.n
O. Nakamurn, Mrs. O. B. Wyiimti, Mlsi
a, twouiiivy, vvm. Alnrtui, F, Sauk,
T, L. Cloer. T. Hoibcrt. It. Lawrence,
A. Irvine, G. Iluillo, Mrs. R. E. Smith.
Mrs. E. Dolnn, Mrs. II. W. Ogg. H. II.
8coycl, ii. F. Towle, M. C. Elliott.
For M. N, 8. 8. Honoliilun, for San
Francisco, Oct. 3. Mrs. W. O. Frank
lin, W. IL Farrlngton, Mrs. W. II. Kir
rlngtoii. Miss M. A. Boavy, Mrs. E.
Hnriier, Mrs. 8. L. Jones, W. John
son. I'er T. K. K. B. S. Shinyo Maru, for
Japan ami China ports J. A, Boola,
Mlts Bosslo Fuller, T. A. Johnston.
Mrs. T. A. Johnston, Miss I. looming,
Miss M. B. Walls, MIsh,B. M. Wir
ron, O. A. Wcllor, Mrs. O. A. Wnllor,
J. W. Wilson, Mrs, J. y Wilson.
Por'slmr. Klnnu for Kauai ports,
Oct. 3. Francis Gay. J,. 8. Smith,
Mrs. Smith, 11. Biikuyre, Mrs. Buku
yro, Mrs. O. F. Hart, Mrs. Klmoto
Miss A. Splllnor, Mrs. C. Sllvn, J, E.
Hughos, C. B. Makee.
Per stmr. Mlkahala. ' for Molokal
and Maul ports, Oct. 3 M. Inuran,
Mis. Sndlnr, MrB. J. 8. TowiiBCnd, Mrs
P. .1. Monohan, W. E. Wnll W. E
Por stmr. Claiullno, for Hnwnll and
Maul poits, Oct. fl. Miss Kingsbury.
Miss J. Jnnos, J, w. Holland.
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