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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, OCT. 14..H9I1.
lluttull.iu Sirnuil Hcgrir.
On-uiilr Tirol Degree,
Krgular -." p. in,
Hawaiian I'lrxl Hi gri r.
AM visiting mtrabsrn of tks
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledfM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE FNGINtERr 0thei Amo
4KEFICIM. AVIATION. ciaUom cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Tuesday
or 1'iirli mouth In Fraternity Hall, I. O.
O. !'. building. VlnltliiK brothers cor
illally Invited to nltind.
W. J UOIHNSON. Sachem.
11 V. TODD, C of II.
tOSOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. 0.
Clki, meets In their hall, on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brother! are cordially
nvlted to attend.
d. p n. isnNnnna, e. n.
ano. t. Ki.UEanu sec
V. KcKINIEY lODOI. NO. 8,
Keeu every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ivenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Mall, cor. Fcrt and lleretanla. Visit
ing brother cjrdlally Invtted ti at
tend. F. F. KIMIBT, C. C.
E. A. JAC011SON, K. II. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Frldny at
VJA o'clock, I'ythlan Hall, corner Here-
Inn ft nnd I'ort streets. Visiting broth
rrs cordially Invited to attend.
fi. DEC'KKH, C. C.
O. HKINi:, K. of It. A 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
MeetH on second nnd fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock. In San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, nenr F.innm. Visiting brothers
ore Invited to ntt-ni).
C1KO. A DAVIS. V. P.
WM. C. M'COY, Secy.
Importer -Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRESS HATS.
HOTEL ST, Opp. Youno Cafe
New Trimmed Hats
Handsome models just received in
Millinery Parlors, Boston Building
NEW LINGERIE DRESSES,
GOWNS and FALL SUITS. EM
BROIDERED PATTERN SUITS
to make upl very suitable for evening
Mrs. F. Zeave
68 YOUNG BUILDING
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootees
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY 8TYLES ON
Ladles' and Men's Hats Reasonably
B ?l I fefenf ill fJlVfriii I!" till fllfJMtilTilf ' ' 4nrfnWrTfitf &- kMMJ4
MRS JOHN (1UII.I) lit expected In
icliirn on iho l.tirlltie.
MRS J IIAI.CI1 In n holm-coming
pusi-ctigcr In the l.urllno.
iiiciit" vm:i:i.i:it u now a o-
i nc mm blue iigont ut llrcnicruni
poi.ici: court ci.nitK i. k ka-
l.'O una absent fnini lilt desk thin
morning Chief Clerk !J Fernandez
olllolnteil ns ricnrdor
HAY.MKU SHARP. u)iriiiHtr of ciH
toiim, will leave on I ho Mongolia Oct
ober -lilt In attend tin- aiiiiuul meet
ing of U. S general appraisers, held
lit New York Noicinbcr 14
MUS MAtmin: IlltAHCH under
went nti operation for uppendlcltls
ostorday in the Kownlo street sana
torium. Her conditions Is satlsfne
lorv CHI' Ci:.M, malinger of ()uon Ham
' Kee, unit one of the best known
Chinese in the Islands, celebrated his
sixtieth hirthilay anniversary this
luninlng Chinese C'oiihiiI Chi'ii Chlng
Ho wns among the Hist to call lit the
more to extend lilt congratulations to
.Mr Chu Hem
LOCAL AND 'GENERAL
Matsu Yniunda this morning Med a
divorce Ilhel ugnlnst Tsumeklchl Yn-
inailc In tho Circuit Court. The
Kroiind are desertion.
The divorce milt In which hnopuu
Kniiiokii In milliK Daniel Kuinokii has
been discontinued. The motion was
filed In this Circuit Court this morn-
All answer denying the allegation.!
has lieeii llleil hy the Honomii Sugar
loiunaiiy In connection with tho unit
against thorn llled by John Carlos Me
dleios. In connerllon with the case ol
rather II. Valentin anil tho Hawaiian
Trust Company ugnlnst Maria K. Klin
to nettle tho matter of the latter s
dowry the defendant bus filed a de
murrer and It Iuih been set for hcur-
Ing at half past nine o'clock October
Water Chief V. F Martin and Sta
tistician T. 1'. Sedgwick left this
morning for Mnnnuluu, where they
will make irelliuinnry Investigations
Into the artesian wells on the proper
ty. Mr. Martin Is planning later to
measure the tlow of water that comes
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday At (ho Illblo School hour,
the Assistant Minister will betOn the
"liosworth Illhle Class for YoiinK Peo
ple." It will be tho purKise of this
class to make a systematic study of
tho Life of Christ. All youiiB people.
ouiik men and yming women, nre In-
ited to Join this class.
At the mnrnliiK service nt 11
o'clock, I)r Scudiler will picach on
"The World's Idea" tnklnK for IiIb
text the latter part of .Matthew G:9.
At tho menini; service nt 7::il)
o'clock ho continues Ills series on The
Chinch and the Social Revolution,
tho special topic being "Money (let
tiliK nnd tho Christian Social Con-
clousness." The qiiurlet will sine nt
both services on Sunday.
Mr. R. M. Cross or tho Mills School
will lend the- Christian ICndcnwir
ineelliiK nt :30. Topic, "Why I Ito
l!ee tho Illblu."
Monday At S o'clock Monday oven
Iiik In (be Parish House, thn men of
Central Union Church will hold an
lniMrtant conferenco with Major A.
M. Davis oil The Laymen's Missionary
Movement. livery man connected
with tho church or coni;rcKatlon Is
limed to attend.
Wednesday Mid-week service In
the Palish House at 7:30. Topic
"Christ on Iho Mountain and In the
Valley." Head Mark M:2-29. The min
ister will bu picsunt and lead this
Thursday Thursday evening fiom
S to in n church social In parlor mid
Parish house. An exceptionally fine
program Everybody Invited.
Thursday afternoon nt 2;'M the
minister's class or l'JIL' will bold Its
first meeting. lively boy and gill
III eais of ago connected lu any way
with Central Union Chinch Is ellgl
bin to this class.
BECKLEY RULING APPLIES;
USED IN OTHER CASE
The inline by the supreme com t
lately In connection with the suit over
I lie isilut as to whether Mrs. (leorgf
.leckley lost her minority through he
int,' mairlcit lias led to another cam
being filed In connection with pro
pel ly owned by a minor.
A little while ugn W. C. Aclil M
guardian of Maud K, Cmwell Hied n
complaint against C, l.al Young nnd
Annie I.. Multos In which ho alleged
lliut his guardian had been forced to
mako over a. conveyance, ugalnst her
will and that the property should bo
given back to hor.
This morning tho defendant. Young,
filed nn answer to tho complaint lu
which ho denies the ullegatlnn that
any force or pressure was used. At
the sumo time he now admits Hint
I y the ruling of tho supremo court lu
the Uecklcy case that the land should
bo reronveyed to Miss Crowell, Ho
If willing to do this but asks that ho
be reimbursed for tho money that ho
has expended. Half of tho land vvns
deeded to him and tho other half to
t.er In trust. His half was as a re
muneration for money advanced.
e ess s
Inter-Island und O.Hlk Shipping
books for Bale at the Bulletin
office, COo each.
City Transfer Co.
JAB. ri. LOVC
COMBATIVE OFFICERS BMED
FROM SHERMAN CONVIVIALITY
Lieut. Hicks Must Be Good Though Lonesome on the Re
mainder of the Voyage to Manila Mauna Kea the Only
Morning Arrival Coal Freighter Due Daily.
Lieutenant F II. Hicks Is In lino
for official ostrlclzntlon during the
pcxt twenty days that the United
States Army transport Sherman Is
steaming In tho direction of Manila,
It was stated that Hicks would nntf
bo encouraged In taking part In any,
of the little pink teas or social affairs
that nro thp rule on American trans
ports. It was also claimed by those
In a position to state, that Hicks had
been Involved In other difficulties
before his arrival at Honolulu.
The departure of the troopship with
the bolstering contingent of army of
ficers was closely watched by the lo
cal police. That they wero expecting
trouble was apparent and for this rea
son the authorities whoso business It
Is to preserve pence, were prepared to
carry out their Intentions to the let
ter. Schooner Camano Nears Hllo.
The American schooner Cimmo
with lumber from Pugct Sound was
lying off the port of Hllo according
to report broupht by the skipper of
the schooner Forster which arrived
there from Cnllao on last Wednesday.
Tho Forstor comes to load a ship
ment of hardwoihl tics for the Coast.
The vessel was temporarily held In
quarantine for fumigation nnd made
the trip In a little under thirty-eight
The .Matson Navigation stoamcr HI-
Ionian with 1100 tons sugar from Ha
kulau and a quantity of empty gaso-
lino drums sailed from Hllo at five
o'clock on Thursday with Sun Fran
rlsco as destination. The Hltonlnii
carried no passengers. The schooner
iialvutor Is reported to have finished
llschaiglng on Thursday. The schoon
er C. S. Holmes Is another windjam
mer that nt present adorns Hllo har
bor. The Schooner Mlnnlo E. Calne
with lumber from tho Sound Is ie
ported us on the way to the Hawaii
Cruiser a Mecca for Celestials.
Chinese from ult towns and cities
within fifty miles of Now York Jour
neyed to that city to visit tho Chinese
cruiser Hal Chi, which was anchored
off the foot of West Klghty-second
street, Manhattan. Tho cruiser, which
Is In command of Hear Admiral Chlug
Plh Kwaug, remained there about two
Many of tho olllcers and crow' of
the cruiser weie given shore leave,
They walked about tliu slreels of the
city and seemed to be greatly Im
pressed with the sights.
Rlthet To Sail in Ballast.
Theie will be no sugar for tho link
It, P. Rltlii-t when that vessel sails for
San Francisco the Intter pait of next
week. The well known ami popular
windjammer will carry a number of
pussengeis to the Coast, The ti.it k
will take on ballast after completing
the discharge of merchandise mid a
half hundred griinlto blocks to be used
in the construction of the I'enil Har
Sparks from the Wireless.
Two outgoing steamers fwero lo
portod by wireless at eight o'clock
M. N. S. 8. Wilhelmlna, en unite
to San Francisco, 8 p. in., October 13
809 miles from Honolulu; fine wea
ther, nil well.
P. M, S. 8. Siberia, on routo to Yo
kohama, 8 p. m., October 131131
miles out from Honolulu.
Tho American schooner 8)kano Is
roported to linvo sailed from Poit
Ramble for Honolulu on last Tuesday
with a full shipment of lumber for
W.C. Peacock & Co., Lid,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
Following on n confcicnco held this
morning between the (lovcrnor mid
Frederick Ii Steere of the Henry
Wntcrhouse Trust Company it Is pin
rlble that there can be some settle
ment of tho lllshop street extension
liindo without having to milnw the re
gulnr course of the law.
Tho mutter wns llioioiighly g.mo
Into and although tho (lovcrnor did
not say Anything ns to the details of
the plan ho stated that they may yet
be able to carry thiough.
Tho matter of settling tho Kwa
corner of Hotel nnd Union stieets l.i
to be pushed ahead without nwnlllng
tor any settlement of the stiect ex
tension. This will menu that the
llrcwcr estate can go ulioad and put
nn their now building. The Oov-
emor also stated that the erection of
the building would also mean Hint the
Ulshon street extensions had been
A novel bazaar and public entertain
ment s planned by tho (loldon Cliclo
Sowing Club nt Leahl Chapter, Or
der of Custom Stnr, for Wednesday,
October 18. The nlTalr will be given
ut Vlda Villa on King streol, begin
ning nt 10 o'clock lu tho morning and
continuing throughout the day. F.incy
work, delicatessen ami Millous oilier
booths will be presided over by Hie
women of the order. Kvery effort
wilt bo made to made the rnlert-ilu-lueut
a social ns well ns financial suc
cess. Tho public Is Invlled.
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fur Die npiiiliig of lllsliop streit, be
longs In Sullivan ,V lliiekley, und llun,
000 was the amount of il.mmges estl
Hinted fur the street opeulliK ncliiHSlbe
site, lie has cimildcriihlu other prop
(Continued from Page 1)
John Marshall Italian was born In
lloylo County, Ky June t, 183:1. lie
wits graduated fiom Centre College,
hy studied law nt Triinsvlvanla Uul
verslly, enteilng upon the practice of
ins iiroression ut Frankfort. In isr,s
be became louuty Judge und was Whig
rnndldute for Congress In IS.', it, but
wus not elected. In the Civil Wur he
served in the Union Army ns colonel
ol u Kentucky regiment, und in ISG3-ti
wus attorney general of Ills State. He
wus Itepuhlicnn nominee, for Gover
nor In 1871 und 1871., hut wus defeat
ed upon both occasions. In tho Re
publican National convention of 1872
his name wus presented by tho Ken
tucky delegation for tho nomination
ol vlce-ptesldent of the United States.
In 1877 lie was appointed u member of
the commission to investigate tho
troubles In Umlslanu; und In Novem
ber of Hint year he vvns nppnlntcd us
soclatii Justice of thn United States
Supreme Court, of which ho wns con
sidered olio of the most ublo nnd Inde
pendent members. Ho supported the,
constitutionality of tho income tax
clause of tho Wilson Turin bill,
"' ' '
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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In SU) .Y.Tc
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I , i"-r, ,mi lllf, tuitt i .k.kl,
I? hi.vJii,; nn r. .v-l :,xt
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l.ul quarter ,if the. iiiimiii, (let. 14.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Sprrlnl Cable In .Merchants'
Saturday, Oct. 14.
POUT ClAMIIMS Sullvil. Oct. 10:
Schr, Spokane, for Honolulu.
nRIAWAlU; IHlBAKWATKIt Arriv
ed, Oct. 13: Ship Wm.T. Frc, hence
OKAY'S irAUIIOll Arrived, Oct. 13:
Schr. Resolute, hence Hopt, 27.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Oct. 12: S. S.
Mongolia, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CIIU' Sailed, Oct, 13: S. S.
Columbian, for San Francisco via
SAI.INA CltUZ Arrived, Oct. 13: S.
S. Alaskan, from Hllo, Sept. 2fi.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed, Oct. II.
noon: S. S. Sierra, for Honolulu.
KAHUI.UI Sailed, Oct. It: S'chr.
Ariel, for Grays Harbor.
HII.O Arrived, Oct. II: Schr. Foies-
ter, 41 days from Cnllao.
JARRETT IS A
"During my absence from Honolulu.
! shot and killed about seven hundred
goats on Knhoolnwe. Many more must
be destroyed, before the Island Is
vullnblc for agricultural mirnoses.1
Sheriff Jnrrctt who spent his voca
tion of two weeks on Kahoolawe, 10-
iiirned mis morning In tho Mauna
Ken. a mighty hunter. Ho feels Hint
ho should be styled u shnrpshooter.
iiccause out or seven hundred and
fifty shots ho fired, ho killed seven
hundred of tho frisky animals.
Jnrrctt Is looking fine nfter his va
cation. Ho wus-tho guest of Suiiervlso,
Kben Iw, who however, did not return
this morning. Jnrrctt staled that the
nlgcroba treos cm Kahoolawe nro only
growing lu gulches, wh'ern the strong
wind does not blow quite rcgulaiiy.
On level giounds. ho said the wind In
so terrific that It upioots the nlgeiola
trees in great number.
The Island, which vvns thickly ki
pulatfi! with goats a few yearn ngii,
only requires u little cxpeilni 'iiting
lieroro It will become a useful Island
for agricultural purposes.
FOR SJUPREME COURT
The matter of whether or not tho
court stenographers are In do woik
for Ihu Teultory without any extra
cbaige will now be settle,! mice un.l
lor nil by the snpioino court. The
attorney geueial's depaitment Hib
morning filed n motion with the lau I
leglstiar asking that they ho Hitppllc!
with a copy of the evidence lu tho I.:i
halna laud ease, fri-o of chin go.
Judge W. .1. Hohlnsiin rcruscii to
flgn the order to the stenographer on
Hie grounds that Iho Territory was
asking for the transcilpt to bo made
fieo of charge,
Following on this Iho attoiliey gen.
eial's ilcpailnieiit tt nin a suit that
will bring tho mailer define the su
preme court so tint ail rutin o argu
ment will bo ntnppcd
CHARGES MADE AGAINST
GUARDIAN OF CHILDREN
Alligations have luen fib il lu the
Cb cult Court nguliist D.iubl Klknlil,
guai ill in of .John K K, Vleliutn, IMllh
II., (' II, K. und lllrnm J K. Aimhnli.
Ho Is charged with having used cer
tain money Hint came In him ns guard
ian for tho children.
The ninouut Involved Is tlOir..".'. and
Judge W J Itobinsoii Iuih made mi
oribr that lie shall appear lit fine the.
eiiuit und explain his accounts und ulsu
Hie fa, t that bo lias not enteri-d his
accounts with the court as ordered.
ANNE HILA will dance the Hula
and Maori Dance.
MARY MOOKIMI and Sister will
dance the old Hawaiian Dance.
PRICES 25 and 15 Cents
Children 10 Cents
The Honolulu Library and Head m
lloom Arsoclallon wns rcorled In
llnuiisliliig (oiidllbiii al Its annual
meeting last evening The irpnr! ol
Miss IMItli Alljn. librarian, showed a
i-inllf) Iiir Increase In the nuihbof or
books loaned during the voir, and
Hiiougliout her leport vvns most s.i'
This ineetjng was probably the l.i
In tho present library qiinilerH as it
I expected Hint tho now Library of
Hawaii building will be finished mi I
n use before time for another iiiiuu u
fobsIoii. lu nccoidaiico with u pro
osul made last evening the driller
will bo nincnde,! In lime for (ho re
moval to Hie new site. This revision
will mnko It posslble for the Imiiril of
trustees to serve perpetual!) ami to
liuvo rbnige of tho Investments of Iho
An election of officers; resulted In
leh choice of Hie following- Presi
dent, prof. M. M. Scott, vice president
W. I). Alexander: secretary ami au
ditor, J. H. Fisher: treasurer, AI0117.0
(iattlcy. .Messrs Scott, Weaver and
Anthony Lottos wore elected trustees
to succeed themselves. The new nd
Inlulslratlou committee consists of
Mcssis Hartley, ltlako and Atherton
nnd tho literary commllteo consists of
Messrs Alexander, Uitlus and Weav
All hooks now In tho possession of
the association will ho tinned over to
tho new building when It Is finished
und the Income from Hie piesent lu
vestments wilt bo given to the sup
ii t of tho new InslltiiUon.
Ilv (able tills morning Hie Hoard of
Immigration received Information from
A. J I'limpbell, the reel lilting agent lu
Ihirope, us to the number of families
and the vital stntlstli-s of the Immi
grants iiIhiiiiiI the Diltlsh ship Willi's
den, now- on its way here.
There ore 3.VJ families aboard, 200
sIiikIc men, 127 miibs under sixteen
veurs of nge, fill! males over slxletn.
3"C females under sixteen, 400 over
sixteen, and 1111 full fates There nre
r.40 Portuguese on board nnd 1300 Span
GUARD OF HAWAII
I'aptulu Jnliniii, Inspector-Instructor
of the Niitlou.il (luard of Hawaii,
who nil hid on Iho transport Sherman
Tbuisday uiornliig. Is already "on the
Job," mid vvlthlu the next vvtek u pol
I.) of tluiir, Ileal and tactical Instruc
tion for the inlllllii oigniilxntluu oftlui
TinHoiy will lie iiiaiquil out 111 no
c ord.iiieo with tbo Instructions set
down by tbo War Drp.ii tnicnt.
Caiitalu Johnson has Just completed
the t-piciul coursu laid out for Nation
al (In. il it Instructors, mid Is primed
with the v,ry latest methods for
schooling Statu und 'ferritin Inl tloups.
Ills ollleo will bu lu connection with
that of I'olonil Jones, adjutant general
of tbu National Cllalil uf Hawaii, mar
Hie ixiciiHvo biilldlugh. This morn
ing I'.iplulu Jobusnn ptild his tcspcitH
to (Jeiieial Maeoiub mid discussed mil
itary loiiillHoiis on u.ibu for some
The army oiikIuhth are making a
i ir,-pt-iii ,n a iina i,iit, I Ol l.lliu I), lllti
n.iilno bauneks ut Camp Veiy. Diedg
lug opdMllous at t'olt Ariiisliiing have
iiiadi- It po.Hlblo to revlulm coiiHlder-
inblo laud on Hie shore idiht of tbo
camp, mid ahonl (wo ucies will bo
lidded when the tilling is completed,
I This will liiilbl up the shore lino to
tbo Ill-foot level for tin, illtllo flollt
nge. Two Fobllers who failed to make con
nections with the Sin noun when she
Milled Friday aft, moon wire picked up
by tbo in. nine pitrol last night. They
mo Privates Italfeity and Jensen of
the Infantry, unattached, and have
been si nt to 1'iiit Khaftir to uwnlt tbu
i onilng of tho next transport und, In-
cbhnlally, to pi i form a large, quota of
1'rlvulo Dicky of tho Marino Corps
was today ptoinoled to be u corpoiul,
SULLIVAN DENIES STORY.
Dick Sullivan today reiterated his
denial of yesterday Hint he hail fol
ium, the in no nltleeis fiom tbu trull
pint Sherman and t-ouglit the light
Into which they finally foieed him.
"I see Jim Qnlnn says I had u gang,"
raid Sullivan Ihls morning. "It is true
Hint whin tho ollicer nnd I had words
.In front of thn Young Hotel, a irowd
I gathered und some of my friends caino
I mining up, hut everybody who knnvts
tbo facts knows Hint I did not start It,
I am smry this tiling came up, but I
feel myself entirely blaniiless In tho
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Alaskan with a largo shipment of sug
nr In repmled to huvo nrilved a' S.i-
I Una Cruz esterday, Tho ftelghtor
iiini, u.iiiieu u CUIISIKHHO HV CO piuu-
The World's tinniest .Medicine
braces people up It makes life worth
living It stieugtheiis, billld.l up ami
Until Ishul it A vvlilll ytMl Hoed When
Hie spirits ate drooping and the life
principle is low An absolutely pitio
uiediciuul mult whiskey, picscrlbfil
by pbjslcians everywhere.
lie sure im get the geiuillie; sub
stitutes und Imitations nre Injurious
Sold everywhere In HKAI.KI) IIOT
IT.KS ONLY. Medical booklet, coll
talnlng rure common sense rn'.es for.
Iiealth und tistlmoiilals, also iloctor'ri
udviie, sent free to any one who
The llufi) .Hull Hhlikr) Co.,
Iliirheoti-r, .. V V. S. A.
Saturday Oct. 14,
Hllo via way p.rts Mauna
RlmrT, in m.
Friday, Oct. 13.
Manila via (lu.iui sliciman, U. S.
A. T., 5:30 p. m.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claiidliio
stiiir. fi p. in,
Kinnil ports l.lkcllke, stiiir,, p. in.
Coat Hunters Return With Trophies.
I PA8SENQERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Mauiui Kea, Oct. II. W.
C Nlhlett, Dr. (1. II lludily, N. Ionis
ing, T. II. Kelly, Mrs. Ilarstow, M.
cooke. Dr. lingers. It. .1 F.diuiimls, F.
N. Dins, il. Jacolis, J. F. Doyle, I). 1 1.
Metzger, W A. Ilalley, illss F. Iloogs,
R. N. Nagtisn, S. Yiiniamoto, K. Take
ta, W i:. Hughes, D, II. Macoiiuchle,
II. T. Wnlly, .Mrs. K. A. Siittlevvorth,
.Mrs. F. Wllllnius. A. Akliin, C. F.
Wood und vvlfo, J. Helneike, Capl. F.
D. Walker. II. li Kelsey, Mis. A. W.
Todd, C. llonike, II. J. Olstad. Master
li. Wldeinnli, Master A. Fnlk, Miss
Hewitt, I-.'. Parker und servant, Sam
Parker nnd servniit, O. Sorenson, J.
T, McCiosson, J. F. Ilowler, N. (1.
N'uiies, W. S. Kubayukawa, 1'. II. Rog
ers, A. S. Ii enroll, Nakagawa, W. P.
Jarrett, Capt. il. Naopulu, ('. Unnbeit,
A. Ilorba, Tong Tim, Hang Cliack, Y.
Takakuwa, K. (1. Reynolds, .T.' P. Kao
uolil, I). Kaahaiiul.
PASSENGERS OEPARTED I
Pcr stmr. Cl.iudlne, for Hawaii and
Muni poits, Oct. 13. Y. M. Jarney.
vvlfo nnd child, 15. S. Carl, C. fi.
Itnlchffe, A. Fernandez, Jr., wife anil
daughter. (1. II. Whitney, Capt. Car
ter, F. W. Harvey, I,. Tobilner, .Mr.
and Mrs. Crawford, (1, Nunes, Mrs,
W. Crawford nnd child, Mrs. fleorgo
droves und child, W. A. Clark nnd
wife, Mis. Y. IshhUi, W. W. Tulor, A.
!. Cost ii, A. (I. Iloin, N. (1. Scott, (J.
Hill, II. M. (llltel.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. Mniina Kea, for Hllo via
way polls, Oct. 17. F. F. Ilahlwlii,
Father Vulcnllne, Falher Huollhon,
Miss C. 8. Wright, A. Mason, wife and
daughter, Herbert Shlpman and Miss
Per stmr. Klii-iu, for Kiinal ports,
Oct. 17. A. llallubori;. (eo. Mnlohn
Mails nre due Trom Iho follmvloi
points ns follows:
Pun Francisco China, Oct. 17.
Yokohama Mongolia, Oct. 21,
Vlcloila Zealuudl.i, Nov, 8.
Colonics Alumina, Nov. 7.
Mails will depart for the following
points as follows:
Yokohama China, Oct, 17.
Vunroiiver iliitaiun, Nov. 7.
Sun Francisco Mongolia, Oct.
Sydney Zcnlniiilla, Nov. 8,
Dlx. sailed for Manila. Sept. sn,
Uignn, nulled Muiilla, Oct. 3.
Sherman, snllod from llouo'iilii for
Manila, Ocl, 13.
Shcililun, sailed from Honolulu, for
Sun Fr.inrlfro, Oct. 7.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
lluforil, sailed from Honolulu for San
Frutirlsto, arrived Aug. IE.
Wnrien Stationed at tho Philippine!
Thomas at Sail Francisco to sail for
Manila. Nov. C.
The Oceanic steamship Slorru with
passengers, malls, ox-piess mailer iiml
general nirgo Is lepnrloii to true
sailed fiom San Francisco for Horn-
lulu ill iwinn Inipiv Tim ncnnnl,. limit-
'is duo to nrilvo nt thU port curly
Ft May morning.
TNE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
I Cure Constipation.
, Mekes New', Klch
Stomach ant Liver
Cures the Klilrnys.