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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUR8DAY. OCT. 19, 1911.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
W- Arrive Hon
oltober u octodck 20
nuvuMBER 4 NOVUMBKR 10
NOVEMBER 25 DECEMBER 1
utAitunuun 16 DECEMHRR zi
JAMJAR! S JANItAtlV 15
first class, single, . F. $110
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Bteamera of the above company will call at h.nolulu and laT this port
n or about tha dates mentioned below:
. FOR THE ORIENT. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
8. S. China October 17 8. 8. Mongolia October 21
8. 8. Manohuria October 23 8. 8. Portia November 10
8. 8. Mongolia November 13 8 8. Korea November 18
8. 8. Portia December 6 8. 8. Siberia December 1
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
T0Y0 RISEN KAISHA
Bteamera of the shore Company
bout thu datos mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT. FOH SAN FRANCISCO.
S. 8. Chlyo Miru Oct-er31 8. 8. Nippon Mum October 27
t. 8. Nippon Man November 21 8. 8. Tenyo Maru November 3
8. 8. Tenyo Maru November 21 8. 8. 8hlnyo Mrru November 24
8. 8. Shiny o Maru December 19 8. 8. Chlyo Maru December 22
CASTLE COOKE, LIMITED,
Matson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCI8CO AND HONOLULU
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN TRANCISCO.
S. S. Lurlino October 1! 8. 8. Lurllne October 24
8. 8. Wllhelmlna October 31 8. 8. Wllh.lmlna November!
8. 8. Lurllne November IS 8. 8. Lurlino November 21
8. 8. Wllhelmlna November 28 8. 8. Wllhelmlna December 6
8. 8. Lurlino December 13 8. 8. Lurlino December 19
8. 8. HONOLULAN of this Una aails from 8eattlo for Honolulu dlroet
an or about OCTOBER 21, 1911.
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE 4 C00XE, LTD. General Aienta. loaolal
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
B. S. ZEAI.ANDIA.... NOVEMBER 8 H. 8. MARAMA....-..NOVEMRER 7
B S. MARAMA DECEMBER 6 8. B. MAKURA DECEMBER 6
B S. MAKURA JANUARY 3 S. B. ZEALANDIA JANUARY 2
THXO H. DAYXEl CO.. LTD.. GEHMAL &OIHTS.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
Via Tehuaf.tepec, every elxth day. Freight received at all time at th Com
pany' wharf, 41st Stroot, South Brooklyn.
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
8. 8 , to (all about NOVEMBER ..
8-8 , to eall about .' NOVEMBER ..
For further Information apply to H. HaCKFELD e CO. LTD. agente,
Honolulu. C. P. MORSE, Oenaral Freight Agent.
Pbone 2295 Reaches
ALL- KINDS OP ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
S3 QUEEN STREET P. O. BOX 211
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
naral Mgant for Hawaii!
Mtiaa Aseurants Company of Lonoen
Now York Underwriter' Agtnoy.
Providence Washington Inauranca Co.
th FLOOR, 8TANOENWALD BLDQ.
V W-IW raPraPV A W-!
LUrJS !JNSUKAJNUJ!i;BiVH.p: 5;
a not a Luxury; It la a Ntci.elty.
ut you Must have tha BEST
nd Uiat It provided jy the famous
nd moat equitable Laws of Masss-
hwavtts. In ths
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
Of BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS.
i you would b fully Informed about
keae laws, addrata
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Arrive t. F.
25 OCTOBER 31
NOVEMBER IB NOVEMBER 2t
DECEMBER C DECEMBER 12
December 27 January 2
.lANITAtlV 17 TANITAtlV
nrst elase, round trip, San Franelsee.
at CO., LTD., Qwral Ajrtnti.
will call at and leave Honolulu un or
Oahu Railway Time Table
Fur Wtlasaa, Walaltia, Kanaka and
Way Stations -MMt a. m, 3:20 p. m
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Btatlooa t7:I0 a. m., :1B a m
11:30 a. m :16 p. m.. :M p. .
6:16 p. in., t: o in.. tll:U p. m.
For Wablawa and Lellelma 10:I0
a ni., t:tS d. tn., tl:IO p m., 11:11
Anita Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
aaisIMei an.1 UT ail &
" nauwisr- n.ji BA. HI
...... nuuuiuiu aivui rw mm wiu
Pearl City-17:46 a. m., ":IS a. in..
11:02 a. m 1:40 p. m.. M:2I p. m
6:81 p, m., '7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and
lllehua :16 a. in., tl:4 p. m., i:ii
p. m., 110:10 p. m.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only flrat class UekeU honored),
lea, en Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. m.j returning, an I vet In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. The United sfipa only
at Pearl City and Walanae outward
and Walanae, Wal pah u and I'earJ City
Dally. tBuoaay liceptad. JSuuday
O. P. DENIBON, r. O. SMITH.
Superintendent 0 P. A.
B a lie tin phone nanben arai
KaJUrlal mB( tlU.
Baalien OHee KM,
IlUbUlM Is 1811
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers
Lctten of Credit tuned en
the Bank of California tnd
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correspondent! f r the
American Expreu Company
and Thoe. Cuk 4 ton.
Intereit allowed on Term
and laylnri Bank Depoiiti.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL. 1600,000
OLAUB SPHECKELI t CO
Invites jonx Account and
offer utiifactorj ttrvioa.
Leant at market raui.
Eiohance and Cabla trans
fer. TraTeleri' 0 r d 1 1 1 and
Checks availabls everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
CaplUI (Paid Up).. Ten 14,000,000
Reaerva r'und Yen 16,600000
Qeneral banking builnaaa
transacted Savluga accounts (or
II and upwarda.
Fire and burglar-proof vault,
with Safe Deposit Iloien for rent
at tt per year and upward
Trunks and cases to be kept on
custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to be applied for.
VC AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Office, llethel and Mer
chants Slrrat Telephone 2411
and IRtl . o Box ill
TWO FORD MACHINES
Jutt t good at new; throe seats.
On. $200 1 ono 2S0.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
Enfinetrtajr. uA ComtrstlB
Home-Wirinr Bjpsirin laailin
1187 ALAKEA 8T. Near Bents!
A foil assortment, tim IV'iH"
to 48"xl20", and gantai Xn U u
S- W jnit to hand.
Vff do sheet metal work of all
gindi, and iroarantee utiitutio.
Your Mtronaee U solicited.
FK0XPT ATTENTION TO J0BBH8
EMMELTJIH 4 CO., LTD.
Phone 1511 145 King Street
MALXf S a IDHMB.
aLUW A EOBilSOa.
mmb ttra t? Woaoiala
Blank hnnxa nf nil n.rt. Imlr..r.
eto, manufactured by the Hulleiin Courts. 73 MERCHANT ST, HONO
PiihllMiln !nmpanv LULU. PHONE 1S4.
How About Crushed Rock?
The Board of Supervisors has resoluted a demand for woodless side,
walks. They may be secured only, or rather best, by tho construction of ce
ment walks. If it's cement for yours, cruihed rock will bo needed, and we
are in a position to supply you at lowest rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Alexander & Baldwin,
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial A Buiar Co,
llnlku Sugar Company.
Alnul Agricultural Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Knliuku Plantation Company.
McRrde Sugar Company.
Kiiliulul Rnllroad Compnny.
Kuuul Hallwny Company.
Haiku Fruit and racking Compnny.
Kauai Fruit and Land Company.
Honolulu, r. H
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION
8UQAR FACTOHS AND OENERAL
Rwa Plantatlun Co
Witlalua Ahrlcilltnral Co. i,t
Kohala Sugar Co
Walmea Rucar Mill Do
ipokaa flugai Co Ltd
Fultnu Iran Worka or Rt Uiuie
Babcoek Wllenn Pmiipe
Oreen'o Fuel Kctitmnntvra
Matanu Navlgnllnn (N
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
OKKICUR8 AND DIRECTORS
i:. P. 1IIH1IOP President
CJKO. II. RORi:TjON
VIcc-Prcslrtcnt nnd Manager
V. W. NORTH...,, Treasurer
rtlCIIAltl) IVBR8..., Secretary
J It. fl.M.T.. ,..,..., ...Auditor
UUO. It. CARTHR Director
R. A COOKi: Director
A. OARTI.KV Director
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
I. A. OILMAN
Honolulu Iron Works
Agente and Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS
Consulting, Deiiirninn ane" Ca
Bridirei. Bui!dinKt, Concrete Itrae
tnrei. 8teel 8trnctaret, Sanitary Sy
temi, Reporte and litinutae oa Pre
lects. Phone 1045.
Pau Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Keplol.nl Building Honolulu, '. H.
P. O. Box 608
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smith Sts.
P. O. Box 946. Phone 2542.
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for California
and New York) NOTARY PUBLC
Grants Marriage Lfcensesi Draws Mort-
gages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases,
Wills, etc. Attorney for tho District
SHIPPING IN PORTS OF WORLD
A Venturesome Diver at Fanning lei..
An ordinary Ralvanlzcrl Iron bucket, I
into which luu hpnn -l n email irl.0,
(if Klapp, constituted Iho cRRciitl.il por-
'llnti rf flii IniiinitflLn.l illlltlrf niiiiiri.
iivii im tllV lllllliTrt) istiskt iiriiii-
Ills which wax iibc, micrrsslu'l) by n
dnrlni; unto (rum tliu AmcrUan lur
kcntlnc Amnion which pulled Into
Fanning Island in leaking condition.
With water pnurliiK Into her hold
lit an ularmluK rate the Aniizm w-.is
iiiivcticd irom ncr cotirec tn Aiistra
Jllun ports ami Cap a In M'l.cnd do
j cldoil to run for Fanning Island, which
'Is about half-way across tho I'.iclllc.
Tlio Amazon put In there, and assist
ance was sought from the shore. It
una ncccssnr) If possible to dlscocr
the leaks, ami cerj assistance was
rendered the crew by the ciiiplcijccs
of the cnhlo station. Hut there was
no diver thcro nor any dlWtiK dress
In which someone rnlclit venture down
to lnsicct tho vessel's liittiim.
Some means had lo he devised of
(IndlnR tho leaks, ho Mr. N'utt, of tho
cable station, camo to tho rescue.
With an ordinary Kalvnnlzcd iron
bucket, some canvas, and a plcco of
glass, ho set to work. Cutting a
square hole In tho middle of the buc
ket lie affixed tho small sheet of class
In much tlicsamo manner as tho face
glass In a proper dlvlni; helmet. Then
tho canvas was cut and sewn Into
Iho shape of a crude coat with n cou
ple of nrmholcs, but no nrms. and this
was sccuiclv laslened round tho r!m
of tho bucket with wire. Some ono
wnH require! to no under the water
In this roiiRhl) -constructed affair, nnd
n half-caste member of tho crow took
on tho Vcutiiresomo job.
Tho "helmet" was plnrcd over his
head, his arms came on' through the
hlg holes provided for them, mil Iho
canvas was lashed Hccurcly utmnt his
waist. At the snmo time tho pumplnc
npp trains, consisting of IiIr rubber
hose, was attached to tho top of tho
helmet by n cast-Iron elbow nnd when
tho machine col to work tho ! ver
signalled "All well.' He was dnippel
over tno side with tno Annzon rest
lug on tho beach, und his first move
meiita wcro watched vvlth grrnl ex-
cllement by the crew of Islanders, it
was seen Immediately that the es
capltiR air came out of the loose nrm
holcs with n groat rush, nnd actually
almost picvented thu Inflow of water
The bravo fellow wore only knickers
and his legs were bare, hut gnulinll)
ho disappeared In shark-Infested wa
ters. The water gradually rose In his
"helmet" until It reached his neck,
and tnore Is was staved by tho prcs
sure or the air from tho top of the
After being below n long llmo nnd
discovering that may or the vessel's
gcatns had opened right up from the
lopsnicM to tne garhoard streak next
tho keel tho half-caste became ex
hausted Mr. Hremcr, tho male, then
,t on the helmet and drnnned mm
Die sldo, but oon had to bo hauled
nboanl ngaln, as his head felt like
hursllng with tho pressure from
"''ovo. tlnllko tho half-cnsto, ho was
unuseu io diving, so tno nair-caBle
was requisitioned again, nnd wont be
iov Kovcr.il llniCB on either Mdei
IMtchliiR up the open scams vvlth
Ban on Log Rafts Proposed.
Unless a stop shall bo put tn It, tho
practice of t.ikliiR occan-colnR Iok
raits fnun the Colnmlila ltlver to Cal
ifornia nas tho Portland Telegram, will
result timner or later In a bS marine
disaster on this coast, according to n
number nf local shippers. It Is un
derstood tint an agitation will bo
Hurled at Kan I'r.inclsco Immediately
UR.ilnst IIiIh method of shipping lum
ber coiKtvvlse anil the mine will have
the sill put of a majority of tho ship
Out if the loir log rafl.i thu Him
mond Lumber Company nun started
lor Han I'rnnclhc" Iran Iho rivar this
t canon tvw have been lust breaking
up and the tlmhe h going udrllt unJ
otlerlug serious menace to navigation.
It Ik held thut good luck Is all that
has saved several nf tho coifstcrs from
probably being sent to the bottom of
Tin eo of tho four rafts built by tho
Hammond Lumber Company mnilo
their cscapa ultor being taken charga
of by ocean tugs, hut fortunately ouu
o them vvus picked up bcroro sus
taining any damage. Hut tho other
two, Including tho raft that got n)
Saturday from tho ocean tug Daunt
less, iiiuko CO per cent of tho log bo-
ing sent south In this form hy tho
company a total loss.
So far tho Benson Iigglng Com
pany, which will scud a like number
of rafts from tho river to San Diogo
this siaKtin, has hccii more fortunalo,
Tho three It has dispatched havo man
aged to got through safely, A fourth
raft for thu company, built at Wallace
Slough, arrived at Astoria In tow of
ilvcr hoals recently. An ocean going
tug wilt lake It on south
Not only tho owners or tho steam
rrhooners ongaged In Iho coustwlse
trade, but tho underwriters, It Is said,
will Insist that soma plan, bo formu
lated for putting a stop to tho prac
tice of towing logs at sen. To a cer
tain oxtont, It Is admitted Iho course
of the owners will ho duo partly to
selfish motives. If tho ran succeed
In their plan It will huvo tho effect
of lucrearlng the lumber shlpmentH
from the rlvor to California and their
itoiimers will handle more cargoes.
ICich of tho eight Ing rafts leaving
this season contained 6,000,000 fool,
making a total of 48,000,00(1 feet ship
cil by this method. Rut on the oth
or h mil It Is claimed their demand l
Just and ought to bo granted,
Inter-Island and O, R. 1 U Bhlpplng
tlio Rullet In
I books for sale
olOce, 60o each.
Thirty Thousand Tons Ships of Doubt,
WASHINOTON IXImatrs for the
maintenance "I io jsny ror trie iipjii
flfcnl car hnvo been complete I vvlth
ono Important exception, tho provision
lor tho construction of new ships
It Is pretty well understand that the
Secretary will ndhein to the program
of the last low ears and suggest In
Congress tho addition of two llrnt
class bittlexlilps and a corroMHndlng
number of submarines, torpod'di-i.it
deslrojcrs, colliers nnd nuxlllarlvn
Those bntlloshlpH probably will he
about the size of the New York ami
Texas, Just being laid down at New
Yolk ami Newport News, though
strong pressure Is being brought In
Lear to hnvo the size lncrons"d lo
Sm.ODO tons, In order to give the ship
more armor protection than is planned
for the New York tje, ns well as
more nnd heavier guns.
It Is urged that Iho recent striking
tests of the effect of the high piwcr
naval ordnance iioii armor belts, as
demonstrated In the firing upon the
Sail Marcos, has made It plain that
nono of the bittlcshlps now nfloit Is
safe against the guns now cirrlcd
Tho practical objections, however, to
further Increase In the size of buttle
hlp, such as the limited number of
harbors that would he ocn to such
hlg ships nnd their cxccslve cost nnd
difficult handling, nrc believed to In
cline tho majority of tho members of
tho boards which submit recommenda
tions to the Sc.crctirj of the Nnv
for new construction, to n conserva
tive course nt present.
Toll of the Northern Seas.
Within the past three jcars a num
ber of fine passenger cirrlcrs have
uffnrilt'd a toll lo Northern Seas. Th it
mole than ono vessel hns gone ashore
in Aliskan waters Is In tho opinion
of Coist shipping men sufficient ar
gument for the Instal.nlltm of bct'er
lights nnd beacons.
The stranding of uuothor of the
I'arlllc Coast Steam lup Compan's
steamers, the Rtimona, makes tho
third that hns gone down slnco June
Tho Ilaninnn, like tho Ill-fated Santa
Ilosn, will bo a total loss. Advices ic
ccived h tho Merchants' Exchange
reported that tho Rnmniia s hull la
broken in two nnd tho bulwarks car
rlcd away Thu gold bullion In thu
treasure tanks has been salved.
Somo of tho serious wrecks In tho
north during the Inst three years, at
tributed to tho trc-acheiou log and
thu scarcity of aids tn navigation nrc:
Steamship Saratoga w locked near
might Island. March 20. 1308. Vessel
a total loss.
Ilarqito Star of Ilcngal wrecked off
Coronation Island September 20, 1908.
Vessel n total Wss and 110 lives lost
Steamship Ohio struck n rock off
Sleep point, August 2)1, 1909, nnd shiik
In Carter bay before X;o could ho
beached. Purser Frederick J Bte
phen and Wireless Oporutor (leorgo
i;. Kclcs lost their lives In snvlng
those of others. Vessel a total loss
Stcamrhlp Portland struck a rock
white going Into KatntU lYJiruary 1
1910 and was beached near tho month
of tho Kutalln river. Vessel n total
Steamship Farnllon wrecked on
Ill.ick reef, Cook Inlet, January 5
1910. Vessel a total loss.
Steamship Yucatan struck a sub
merged Iceberg in Icy strait and wns
beached In Mud hy. Kohru try 28,
I0IC Vessel bill) damaged, but re
lloatel and repaired.
I'n led States Stcamthlp Perry
wrecked off Tonkl iolnt, ht. Paul Isl
and, July 20, 1910. Vessel a total
Steamship Princess May stranded
on Sentinel Island August l, 1910. He
inalned on tho reef for a month, when
she was lofloatcd ami rcpilrcd.
Steamship Oljmpln strurx on tho
Sea Island reef In a lUty-initu gala,
December 11, 1910. Vessel u total
Steamship Northwestern went
r.ground at Falso ba), December 21
1910. Vessel floated and repilred,
Steamship Cottago City wrecked In
Soymour narrows, off Capo Mudgo
February 3, 1911. Vessel a totul loss
Steamship Victoria went aground
off Cuio Mudgo Fchiuary 3, 1911.
Vessel floated ami lopalred.
Schooner F. 8. Hefleld wrecked half
n mllo north of Capo Prlneo of Wales,
August 21, 1911.
Steamship Sokaun wrecked June
'29, 1910, In Sovmnur mu lows by strik
ing a rock, Two passongors lost their
lives. Vessel taisol and rcpilrcd,
Stoamshlp Kamona wiecttod on Roc
ky rcof of Spanish Island, September
loth. Vessel n Iota) loss.
Cable Schooner Made Fast Par.itge.
Tho little cable supply schooner
Flauronco Wind which sailed fnmi
Honolulu on October Mh for Midway
Island arrived at Iho Mld-Paciflu oa
bio station on Tuesday A twolvo day
pnssago for tho Flaurenro Ward at i.urllno will b dispatched for Kahu
thls Utile of the jenr is considered, lul tomorrow evening whnro renin six
ns doing pretty well ns far as speed hundred tons general oiirRn brought
goes. Tho schooner carried a lino ol down from tho Coast will bo dlsc'iar-;-
piovjslons nnd supplies for tho stuff,
Tho Kona and Kan liner Maun i Ia( United Slates quartcrmister depirt
wlll bu dispatched for windward llu- incut has received nine hundred pack-
wall nnttu nt noon loni'irrow taklnir
,,, , ...
n inir nsi oi cumu ami iicck passc-u-
gers nnd u big general cargo.
nintitlty of lumber will be shipped
the big Island Iu tho Mauna Loa,
MOVEMENTS OF ij
MAIL STEAMERS f
! VESSEL TO ARRIVE L
Friday, Oct. 20.
Sail Francisco Sierra, O S. 8.
Saturday, Oct. 21.
Hongkong via Japan iorts Mongo
lia, P. M S. S.
Central and South American porta
Hongkong Maru, Jap sluir
Illlo via way ports Malum Kca
Sunday, Oct. 22
Kahulul- l.urllnc. M N. S S.
Maul, Molokat ami Initial ports
Kauai ports Klumi, stmr.
Monday, Oct. 23.
San Francisco Knterprlso, M. N.
Snn Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claud'no,
Kniinl ports l.lkellko still r.
Saturday, Oct. 28.
Illlo via wu iorts Manna Kea,
Sunday, Oct. 29.
Kauai ports Kln.iu, stmr.
Maul, Midokal ami l.anal ports
Satinn Cruz via Sat. Frauclrco
Isthmus-ill. A.-ll. S. 8.
Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Snn Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
San Francisco Chi) o Mnru, Jap.
VIMCLS TO DEPART
Friday, Oct. 20.
Kiiliulul Lurllne. M X 8. 8
Konn and Kuu ports Mnuna Loa,
Kauai ports l.lkellko, slmr., S p.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudluc,
stmr, 5 p. m.
Sunday, Oct. 22,
Snn Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S.
Monday, Oct 23.
Jnpan ports nnd Hongkong Mnn
churla, P. M. 8. S.
Kauai ports Nocau, s'nir, C p. m.
Tuesday, Oct. 24.
8an Francisco l.urllnc, M. N. 8. 8.
n p. in.
Illlo via way ports Ma mm Ken,
itmr., 10 a. m.
Maul, Molokal nnd lnnal ports
Mlkahnla, stmr., S p. m.
Kauai ports Kinau, stmr., E p. m.
Thursday, Oct. 26.
Knu.il ports W. (1. Halt, stmr., D
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
San Francisco Sierra, O. H. 8.. 10
Japan ports and Hongkong Hong
kong Maru, Jap. stmr.
Friday, Oct. 27.
8an FranclBco Nippon Maru, .Inp.
Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Japan porta and Hongkong Chi) o -Maru,
San Frnnclrco llonnlulaji, M. N.
Malls aro duo from tha following
points as folio s
San Francisco Sierra. Oct. 20.
Yokohama Mongolia, Oct 21.
Victoria Zcalan 'a, Nov. 8.
Colonies Maratm, Nov 7.
MMllh VII lltlprfrl flM III fllllHWIK
m,IiOk nn ffdln
Yokohama Manchuria Oct. 23. '
Vancouver Msrnma, Nov, 7.
San I'Vanclsco Mongolia, Oct 22.
8)dnoy Zcalandla, Nov 8.
nix, sailed for Manila Sept. 29
Logan, sailed from Manila Oct. 14.
Sherman sailed from llonn'ulu for
Manila, Oct. 13.
Sheridan sailed from Honolulu, for
San Frnnclsco, arrived Oct. 15.
Crook, arrived 8. F. Apr. 13.
Ruford, sailed from Honolulu for Ran
Frnnclsco, arrived Aug. 16. v
Warren Stationed at the Philippine.
Thomas at Ban Francisco lo sail for
Manila, Nov. s. -a
I PAOIJCNQERS BOOKED l
Per stmr. Mnuim l.oi for Kmii nnd .
Kail ports, Oct. 29, MIbb R. Taylor,
MrB. Ta)lor an I child, Jas. Ako MUs',
It. Wright, tl W. Carr. Mr Ah S'wrJ
Thos. Alu and wife. Mrs. Akona, John
Alii, Mrs. B Norrlo
Per slmr, Claudlue, for Ihwnll vial
Maul porla. Oct 20. W. II. Hell.-l
Mrs. Field, W. F J ttolo, Mrs Dolo.Ji
Mrs. .1 D Scnliury
Por stmr W (J. tl for KaualJ
I"1", net. jo.
WATERFRONT NOTE S
Lurllne fo- Kahulul Tomorrow. Wfl
The Mnlson Navlgntlon steimor 'a
led. Tho lurllne Is leaving n largo'
amount of fre'ght for Honolulu. Tha
uces of sumillos bv this stenmpr. Thn'l
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i.nriiue m bc-iic-uuicu iu uepun loroauc
A, 1 iniicisco at six o'clock next Tues-
to'dny evening the vessel sailing from
the Ilttckfcld wharf.
in ni dilviifflfamhiiki