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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUE8DAY, OCT. 17, 1911.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
Leave 8. P. Arrive Hea Leave Hon. Arrive 8. F.
OCTOBER 14 OCTOBEIl 20 OCTOUnil 25 OCTOUEtt 31
NOVEMBER 4. ... NOVEMBER 10 NOVEMBER 15 NOVEMBER 21
NOVEMBER 25 . .. DECEMBER 1 DECEMBER 6 DECEMBER 12
DECEMBER 16 . .. DECEMBER 22 DECEMBER 27 JANUARY 2
JANUARY 6 JANUARY 12 JANUARY 17 JANUARY 22
, ( fit firtl claes, single, 8. F. S110 first elate, round trip, Bon Franoleee,
1, '"' ' 0. BRIWIR d. CO., LTD., General Agenta.
I r""""""M"""''" "
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
. Bteamera of the above company will rail at Honolulu and leave thle port
on or about the dates mentioned below: '
FOR THE ORIENT.
8. 6. Chine October 17
8. 8. Manchuria ... October 23
8. 8. Mongolia November 13
8. 8. Pertia December 6
For general Information apply
H. Hackfeld &
TOYO RISEN KAISHA
jV i ,r -
Steamera of the above Company will call at and leave Honolulu oo or
' about tin datea mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
S. 8. Chlyo Mtru Oct"er31 8. 8. Nippon Maru Ootober27
S. 8. Nippon Maru November 21 8. 8. Tono Maru November 3
8. 8. Tenyo Maru November 28 8. 8. Shinyo Mrru November 24
8. S. Shlnyo Maru December 19 S. S. Chlyo Maru December 22
CASTLE A COOKE, LIMITED, "' '
' ' Agenta, Honolulu.
Matson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCI8CO AND HONOLULU
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
8. 8. Lurline October U
8. 8. Wilhelmlna October Si'
8. 8. Lurllne November 15
.8. 8. Wilhelmina... .....November 28
.S.i 8.iLurllneiv.. ...... .December 13
8. 8. HONOLULAN of thle line
f 'Ljlonjor about (OCTOBER H'f19lf
rer tunnel, particulars, aopiy x
CASTLE 4 COOKE, LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR. FIJI AND AU8TRALIA.
S. S ZEALANDIA... .NOVEMBER
,S S, HARMA,..,.. .DECEMBER
U U MALMfDA TAVfTAnV
...J.."-. ""'"" --.-..-..-
IBHO H. OAVIEI & CO.,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
' Via Tehuai.tepcc, every sixth day. Freight received at all timee at the Com
pany'e wharf, 41st 8treet, South Brooklyn.
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
8. S to aail about NOVEMBER ..
8. 8 ,,.... to call about NOVEMBER ..
For further Information apply to H. HACKFELD A CO. LTD, agents,
fi Honolulu. , " i & P. MORSE, Qenerel Freight' Agent.
i . ' u .fibn 2295 Reaches
ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
S3 QUEEN STREET p. O. BOX 312
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
Mneral Agent for Haali:
nliaa Assurance Company of Lonaon.
R. tf-..-, V.l tlnfl.MJ..IlMB' Annw
? . Providence Washington Insurance Co.
Tit i d nn ruuun, einnuBnnnku ebuu.
.' 1, - '
I. wkU a I ...... .ua te I--"- .-)... Sl.t
"" 't A .14 u.11 Ulla.A Smeaae 41..' r'
BH jwi rnnit iaffriif .
i4 tiiait ( provldtd oy4M famous
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
ij or iosroN. Massachusetts.
A . tJ -..,,u ... .a.-..
riiMt lnwt. addrvta
CASTLE & COOKE,
V'V MNERAL AGENTS.
neix' .t j """"!
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
8. 8. Mongolia..... October 21
S. S. Persia ...November 10
8 8. Korea November 18
8. 8. Siberia December 1
Co., Ltd., agents
FOR 8AN TRANCISCO.
8. 8. Lurllne October 24
8. 8. Wilhelmina Novembers
8. 8. Lurline November 21
8. 8. Wilhelmlna December 6
S. S. Lurline December 19
ealte from Seattle far Honolulu direst
General AfenU. loaololi
8 S. S. MARAMA
6 8. S. MAKIIRA..
! CJ U 'SUA, AK'rtt.
- ., .,
ZEALANDIA JANUARY 2
LTD.. OENEKAL AOEHTI.
Oahu Railway Time Table
Fur Wlas. Walalna. Kahuka and
way atauous s:io a. m.. "i:zo o. m
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill, and Way
Station f7: 30 a. m., :1B a, m..
11:30 s. m 2:lS p, to., J: 20 p. .,
on. p. m., ;.:ie p. m rti'.iB p. m.
For Wablawa and Lellehua 10:10
a. m., ;1S o. m., t:S0 p. m., tll:U
Anita Honolulu from Kahuku. Wal
aulua and Walanae ':SI a. so..
5: si p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kwa Hill and
Pearl Clty-t7:4B a. m., 8:S6 a. m..
11:02 a. m 1'M0 p. ta., 1:2 p. m..
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu (rum Wablawa and
Lellehua : IB a. m.. tl:4 n m., 1:31
p. m., (IP: 10 p. m.
Tbe flalolwa Limited, a two-hour
train, (only flrst class tickets honored),
lessen Honolulu every Sundsy at 8:36
a. ta.; returning, arrives In Honolulu
at 10:10 p.m. The Limited stps only
at Pearl City and Walanae outward,
and Walanae, Walpabu and Pearl City
Dally. fSunday Bxcepted. lUuoday
O. P. DBNIOON, F. O. HMITH.
Superintendent Q p. a,
B a 1 1 e t i pbene aimbers arei
K4llerUI Ubu fia.
Bislaen Ostee MM,
IiUbliiaei is IBM
Bishop & Co.
Commercial u4 Travelers'
letten of Credit innei cb
the Bank of California and
Tbe London Joint Stock Baas
Correrpondenti for 1 1
American Express Company
and Too. Cook k Ron.
Interett allowed on Tern
and Savinp Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL, 1600,000
OLAUS B7UECEEL8 al CO.
Invitei your Aowrant ana
offen Mtiifaetoiy Mrrioa.
Loans at market raua.
Exehanfe and CaaU tratu
ftn. Travtleri' Oredlti and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
CaplUI (Paid Up).. Yea 2.,000,0oi
Reierve Fund Yon 16.600 000
General banking business '
transacted. Savluga accounts for
$1 and upwards. '
Flra and burglar-proof vault,
with Bare Deposit Boxes for rent
at' 12 per year and upwards.
Irunks and cases to be kept on
custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to be applied for.
YD AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Uethel and Mar
chants Streets Telepbons 2421
end l&e. p. o. Box 1(8.
TWO FORD MACHINES
Juet as good as newt three eeate.
One 200 ens S2S0.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
'Telephone 614 v
Ingineerlsf aA OoHtnotiai
House.Wirinf X'jpairinf luailiet
1187 ALAKEA ST. Near leretaula
A fnU aiaortment, iIhi l4"xtf"
to 48"xl20", and nates HV II U
N- M Juit to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and traanntee latiilaatioa.
Your, patronage is solicited.
PS0MPT ATTENTION TO JOBBOli
EMMELUTH CO.. LTD.
Phone 1811 145 King Street
t ALL not.
MALBJI DT LDM1IX
issaa Itrret : Voaelata
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured oy tne uuiletin
How About Crushed Rock?
The Board of Supervisors has resoluted a demand for weedless side
walks. They maybe secured only, or rather best, by the construction of ce
ment walks. If it's cement for yours, crushed rock will be needed, and we
are in a position to supply you at loweit rates.
Honolulu Construction; Draying Co., Ltd.
Alexander & Baldwin,
j Sugar Factors.
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial A Buiar Co. '
Haiku ,8ugar Company.
1 Maul Agricultural Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
MeBryde Sugar Company.
Kahulul liallroad Company.
Kauai Railway Company,
Haiku Fruit and Packing Company.
Kauai Fruit and I-nnd Company.
Honolulx, T. H.
8HIPPINQ AND COMMISSION
SUGAR FACTORS AND GENERAL
Ewa Plantation Co.
WaiaJna Akricultural Co., Ltd,
Kobala Sugar Co.
Walmea Bugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co.. Ltd.
Fulton Iron Worka ot St. Louis.
Babcock A Wlleon Pumpa.
Oreen's Fuel Kconomliere.
Uateon Navigation Co
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
OFFICERS AND DIIIHCTORS
n. F. BIHHOP Preeldent
QUO. II. ROBllKT.SON
Vlco-I'ri'tldvnt .nnd Manager
W. HV.T NORTH ..Treasurer
UICllAllU !vi:itH..t Recrvtary
J. It. ,0 ALT , Auditor
OHO. R. CARTHR Ulector
.It. A. COOKM Director
, Chemical Engines and
-W o ja t j. (
t 7;'vA. OI'L M AI
iiSs : Fort Utreet
Honolulu Iron Works
Agents and Manufacturer! of
8TEAM ENGINES and BOILERS
Conmltinf, Designing amd Oaav.
Bridges, Buildings, Coaont Btn
tores. Steel Strnorares. Sanitary Sys
tems, Beporta and Estimates oa Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
Paus Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplotanl Building Honolulu, I. H,
P. O. Box 606
GENERAL BU8INE88 AQENT,
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smith Ste.
P. O. Box 946. Phone 2542.
P. H. BURNETTE
Commleeloner of Deede for California
and New York) NOTARY PUBlICi
! Grenti Marriage Lloentee) Draws Mort
gagee, Deede, Bills of Sale, Leasee,
Wills, etc. Attorney for the District
Courts. 79 MERCHANT 8T, HONO
LULU. PHONE 1(46,
Notable Speakers On Way
Here to Attend Laymen's
On Momlny noxt tho convention of
the Layman's Missionary Movement
will be held at tho Y. M. C. A. and
theru will be many notablo men pres
ent. Tho (tcjjnkm will open with a
luncheon at which It Is exacted there
will be over four hundred seated.
Hon. Otto O. Foelker, cunRreusman
lrom the Third district of New York
Stato, nnd Henry Diiuti, bulh deeply
Interested in tho l.iyman's Mission
ary Movement, will be anion k tho
Congressman Koelkcr will nrrlvo
here next Saturday on tho Paclflo
Mall liner Mongolia, while Mr. Claim
will rench hero Monday next on the
steamship Manthiirl.t fiom San Kran
Cisco. Tho matter was cntbiisla'stlcally
talked oer at a meeting held in the
parish house of Central Union church
by the men of tho church last even
ing, tho meeting belli); presided over
by President (Irlmths ot Oahu Col.
One of the announcements mado
last night was that at tho oikmiIiik
of the convention In tho T, M. C. A
a luncheon 'will bo Riven In 'tho build
Ing to be attended by delegates from
all the churches.
Fifty men have signified such Inlen
lion from the Central Union member
ship and by Monday this will be 'In
creased to seventy-flvo or eli;bty.
Congressman Foelker Is a young
man. He was bom In Germany in
187D, coming to America when-thli-tecn
years of age nnd making his
home In Troy, New York. He viui
elected member of tho Now York
States Assembly In 1904, and again
In 1905. In 190C he was unanimously
nominated for Btato senator in bis
district and elected, and sered until
November, 1908, when ho resigned.
Whllo In tho ienate ho was cbalr
man of the committee on canals, anil
aUo a member of the committee of
affairs on cities, taxation and retrench
ment nnd stato prisons. Mr, Foelker
was elected to nil' a n'enlfcy Inj tho
sixtieth congress, caused' by the death
of Hon. Chjirles T. Uunwell, and to
the sixty-find congress. In politics
lie is a iieputincan.
Foelker Is a Fighter.
Just after being oiernteil on for. ap
pendicitis .the famous untl-raco track
gambling bill come up In tbe New
York state legislature, tho one father
ed by -Governor" Hugh'iw, nowTn. "mem
ber of the United States, Supremo
Court. Mr. Foelker was one ' of the
leading defenders of the antl-ruce
track measure and It was necessary
lor him 'to watch the progress, of the
mil and to vote upon it. .(( .
Ho was carried'tluto tlLjcgislntUe
ball Uhjii a strelclier aUenfled by, two
doctors nnd ourfeti, ajui'feven the'n
his life owas ;lmnp,lng' by a slender
thread, but bo determined, sick as he
was, to personally vote.vHo was left
in the lurch by those whom he ex
pected to stay witli the measure, but
enough friends of both parties rallied
and the measure was passed by a
email margin, but enough to kill raco
He hog recently been In tho Far
East and will como to Honolulu to
remain over a week or two. Mr. Ounn
is on his wny to tho Far Fast to carry
tbe Layman's Missionary movement.
Uoth are Now YorkerB nd prominent
In this new cause.' -
LIQUID CURES ECZEMA '
In regard to skin diseases, medical
authorities are now agreed ou this:
Don't Imprison the disease germs In
your skin by tho use of greasy salves,
and thus encourage them to multiply.
A true cure of all eczemutcms dis
eases can be brought ubout only by
using the healing agents In tho form
of a liquid.
WASH THR DRUMS OUT.
A simple wash: A compound of Oil
of Wlntergreen, Thymol, and other In
gredients as combined In 'the I). D. I).
Prescription. This penetrates to the
disease germs and destroys thorn, then
soothes and heals tbe skin ns nothing
else .has ever done.
A bottle will start tho cure and give
lloiiBon, Smith & Co.
you Instant relief.
PASSES TO BEYOtiD
After a long Illness,, Mrs. Dorcas
Richardson Decker passed away lost
evening. Her Illness bad extended
over a number of years, but It lias
only been during Ibo last few months
of an alarrntpg nature. A number of
operations have been performed dur
ing the last two jears,
Sho was a sister of Mrs, Htlmund
Norrio and John Richardson, and was'
born at Wulkapu, Maul. Sho wob a
niece of Mrs, T. W. Everett of Maul.
Sho was also related to tho Parker
family and was well known through-
out tho territory, MrH, Decker was
ntty-nltio yoais of ago. , j
Cremation will bo performed today,
and the ashes sent to Maul on the
Claudlne for burial at Walkapu.
H cantab SyrM
and stylish ,
15c.-2 for 25c.
Cluett, Peebody St Co., M.ken
ARROW CUFFS, JSo a Pelr
in Tin: cntcuiT courtT, fip.st
Circuit,' Ttrrltory of Huwull. In Pro
hate. At Chumhcrs, No. 4030. In the
matter of the Kstute of Juhn Hnpal
mil, late of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
wull, deieaKvd. On reading and tiling
the pttltlon nnd uevountH of William
Henry, administrator of tho Ketnto of
John llapalnul, deLeused, uherelnpetl
llonir neks to be Hlloued $908.77 and
charged with $900.77, nnd usks Hint tho
sumo ho examined and approved, -nnd
that a final order be made of Distribu
tion of tho remulhlngi property to' the
persmiH thereto) untitled 'and discharg
ing petitioner bnd sureties ' from nlj
farther rcsponsllillity herein: It' In Or
dered, that Monday, tho 13th duy.ot
November, A. I). '1911,'nt 'J 'o'clock u, in,
beforu the Judge presiding at Chum
hers of said Court, at hU courtroom. In
the" Judiciary "buMllng". ' In" Honolulu.
County' of illonoluld' be'and tho same
hereby In appointed tho time and p'laci
for lunrlng said Vctltlon'nnd Accounts,
and that all' persons lntere&ted muy
then and there appear und show cause,
If any they have, why the samo should
not be granted, nnd, may present evi
dence as to who are entitled to the
said property. Dated the 2nd day of
October, 1911. (Heal.) Uy the Court
V. M. IIAHItlSON, Clerk of tho Clr
cult Court of the First Circuit.
5017 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24.
HI1AI.IT THMllI.-ltH uillt lio VceK'.
ed by the Htiperlntendent -of I'uhlle
Works up'Untll 12Jm' 'of TuesUiiy, :Oe
loher 31, I9n,''for'bohsVructHlBA ItlRa-
the llonuliiluiWn,ter) Works. llt.
Plans, speclllcatlonH nnd blank iro-
ponnls are on III In 4he olllce of the
Superintendent ot.I'ubllCj Works, Cap
The Kuiierlntcndent of rubllc Works
reserws the rliiht'lo reject" nny" or nil
tenders. J ' I i j
i MA118TON CAMfnni.U
RiiHrlntenilent,of, I'ubllo Worljs,
Honolulu, Octoier 13, 1911. ) -
nnr.nn..., ..,.,. "''
iiunrunnuun nuuiiKA l
On nnd after October 2, 1911, and
until further notice, the Bernlce P,
Illuhop Museum "III be open to the
publlo fiom 10 a. in. to 4 p. m. dally
except Sundays, Wednesdays and the
four yearly holidays Decoration Day,
Independence Day.'ThanksglvIng Day
nrd Christmas Day. No permits te
vNU tho museum will be issued to
passengers on through steamera on
Wednesdays as formerly.
bv oitunrt OK THE tuustees.
September 1, 1911. S020-!m
Will Do It
FOR SALE I
ALOAROBA BEAN MILLS I
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 16 H. P.
MM EMMA STREET Telephons
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record October 14, 1911.
From 1030 a. m. to 4l30 p. m.
I.eont,' Chung to Tr for Chinese.
Empire Reform Absii D
Antone Itodrlgue and wf to r L
1'Vrgui.on et ul D
V I, Ferguson et al to Antone Illd-
crlgues ' M
Vlclorlno Vannsellos) and wf to
Antonio do Buuzii .; D
Maul Itullrnad & 'Steamship Co to'
Moulkeuhl (w) jltel
Trent Trusty Co Ltd to Frank Mj
Almeida .,...,.,.,.,.,......., D
Entered far Record October 16, 1911,
' From 830 a. m. to 10 1 30 a. m'.,
Khla et ul to First Natl'Uank'of'
Witiliiku ...'.i ......lU.. .. .CM
Young Men's Savs Socy Ltd to jj
Girc'fo ..,,...'.i,;j4J.: ifD
Stella D Hulsey nnd hsh to Homo'
Insurance Co of It Ltd
Kuul (w) to Napoohlwt (k)
Komo (k) to Lnu Mew .'
J W M llolona to WHIIuni Watson
William Watson and wf to Na
hlnl (k) ,,
Nupoohlwl und wX to Laii Meu
Emma II Sprague to William T
I Schmidt' , PA
- 1 1
MOVEMENTS OF '
VISSILt TO ABRIV1 f
Wednesday, Oct. 18.
Hawaii via Maul, ports Claudlne,
San Kranclsco-Lurllne, M. N. S. S.
Kau.il iortB W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursdsy, Oct,. 20.
Sallna Criu via San Francisco
Nebruskan, A.-1I. S. S.
Friday, Oct. 20.
Ban Francisco Sierra, O. 8. S.
Saturday, Oct. 21.
Hongkong via Japan ports Mongo
lia, Pi M. S. 8.
Central and South American ports
Hongkong Morn, Jap. stmr.
Hllo via wny ports Mauna Kea.
Sunday, Oct. 22.
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports
Kauai porta Klnau, stmr.
Monday, Oct 23.
San Francisco Enterprise, M. NX
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
Hawaii via Maul ports -Claudlne,
Kauai jiorls W. a. Hall, stmr.
Saturday, Oct, 28, .
Hllo via ''way (torts Mauna Kea,
Sunday, Oct. 29.
' Kauai ports Klnau, ntinr.
Maul. Molokal -and Lanal norta
MlkahalB. stmr. . '
Bnllna Cruz via Sir.' Francisco
tsthfnusari, A.'-H.1 8. 8. "
' ' ' Tuesday, Oct.' 31. "l
San Frnilclsco Wilhelmlna, M. N.
8. 8. i .
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, Jap.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, Oct. 17.'
Hongkong via Japan ports China,
P. M. S. S., D p. m.
Maul Molokal and Lanal ports
Mlkahala, stmr., C p. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., S p. m.
Friday, Oct. 20.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
stmr.! noon. ' '
Kauai ior(8 W. a. Hall, stmr., '6
. ..K .,4..Hrrtt-s, .., i.
Maul nhd Hawaii ports Claudlne,
"'"SundavriOeL 22. "'
I San'Tadlsco-Monpola, i. M. &
" ' ' Moriaay, 0!t i). '
Japan porta and Hongkong Mun
churla, P. "M. B. 8. '
"'Kaiial'pOrts Nocau, stmr., 5 p. ra.
J- Uesiay, Oct." 44. '
Hllo via 'way ports Mauna Kea,
3tihrVntr,a.",'ni:S'"" "" -"
Maul,- Molokal1 and Ltfnat ports
Mlkahala, stmr., C p. m.
' Kauai borts Klnau, stmr., 5 "p., ra.
' San Franelseb Lurllne, M. N. 8. B.''
Thursday,' Oct. 26.' '
,7Kauai' iwrs W.'d, "if all, stmr., 5
p. m. ,
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
Soft Francisco Slerroj O. 8. S., 10
Japan iorts and Hongkong Hong
kong Maru, Jap. stmr.
Friday, Oct 27.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, Jap.
Tussday, Oct. 31.
Japan ports and Hongkong Chlyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N.
( j'J '. jMAILaj,10-, i
Malta are due from tka followlna
points aa follows; N
San Fjanclsco Sierra, Oct. Z.
Yokohama Mongolia, Oct. 2f.
Victoria Zealandla, Nov. 8.
Colonies Maranta.N.oy, 7. . ,
Malls will depart for tba followlns
Dolnta aa follows!
Yokohama China, "bet. 17.
Vancouver Mararua, Nov. 7.
San Francisco Mongolia, Oct. 22.
Sydney Zealandla , Nov. 8.
Dlx, sailed for Manila. , Sept. 29.
Logan, sailed from Manila, Oct. 14.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, OcL 13. '
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu, for
San Francisco, arrived Oct. 15.
Crook, arrived 8. F. Apr. 13.
Buford, safled from Honolulu for San
Francisco, arrived Aug. IE.
Warren Stationed at tHe 'Philippines.
Thomas at San Francisco to sail fur
Manila, Nov, 5.
i PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per strmv.Klnqu,fei" Kauai ports,
Oct. 17-A.JHaneberg, O. .Maloho and,
wife, H. Tlushor, P. j..' Home; Rev.
W. D, Oleson, .ley,. 'Scudder. fleo. H.
Pang, M. Osakl. ' "
1 Per "striK'-W.' nr,Han"f6rKaual
liorts, Oct. 19. AfHsneborg. -
Pff stmr. Mauna Loaf for Kona and
Kau ports, Oct, 20, Miss B. Taylor.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii via
Maul iiortB, Oct. 20, W, H. Field,
Mrs,. Field, YV, F. J. Dole, Mrs. Dole,
Mrs. J. D. Seabury. y
En Route to Pearl Harbor.
The American schooner Lottie Bon
nott, with lumber and piles for Pearl
Harbor dock Is now eleven days out
from Columbia Rlyer ports.