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Honolulu flinplcr llujul
l.i'l MiiIi.i ('liiiirr o. II
All fliltlos memtiorr. oi tke
Or.lur urn cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local least
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
mm FNGiNtBy 0th auo.
.NEFICIM ASS"1ATI0H. eiation. cor
WH. afck'INLEY I.01HIE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meeia eiery 2ml ami 4th Saturday
rciilug itl 7:.10 o'clock In K. of 1'.
Halt, cor. Karl ami llorctnnln. Visit
lug brnthsis cordially ltivltud ts at
l.ml. F. F. ICH.I1ET, C. (!.
K. A. JACOI1RUN, K. II. 8.
SONOLUMi LODGE, G10. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu ldi No SIC, tl. P.
Clls, meta in tlielr linll, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday '-
ulna;. Visiting Hrothers art cordially
' Invited to atteni.
i). i'. it. isiiN'nr.ria, w. it.
' ni:o t. Ki.mxiKi,, s-&
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every llrst mid llilnl Tiifsdii)
or lach mouth In IVnternlly Hull, I.
i. '. iiiiiiiiinc Visiting brothers cor
dlully Invited to nttend.
W. J. llOUINHON. Huchi-m.
n v. todd, r.icr it.
OAHU LODGE NO. 11 K. of P.
Mutn ovrry first und third Friday nt
7-211 o-ilock, l'jllilatl Hull, roriirr Here,
lunfn mill Port streets. Visiting broth
irn cordially tnvlled to nttt-iid.
h. DECKER. C. G.
o. iicini:, k. or it. & b.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourtli Wednes
ilny evening of each inoritli at 7:30
o'eloek. In Han Autunlo Hull, Vineyard
street, nwir r.innm. Visiting brollnri
urn Invited In nttend.
1. IIMUIXH, W. 1.
Wll. 0. M'POY, Secy.
IMuanl liirlo. tin- noted 1'iyrlilc of
K.in rnimlno, nliu for over twenty
yenra linn bn prominently Identlllt-d
Willi tlio Hplrltii.illwtH KocI-tloM of Amer
ica, Is hi Honolulu unil will demon
strain psychic plicunmcnn, etc. Spirit
mil tidvlre mi nil mnttirs given. Dally
10 to ; evenings by appointment. Tel
ephone :tl:i or nt residence, 782 Klnnu
street. Clrand .Seance every Thursday
Hie. S o'eloik. H090.2W
Importer Fort St
IvS WHITE FELTS
..- ... rpn., , nmcAiir
,. milium a ruouras
r.iV Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3088
'i 1 .
riNi; iiii.i iNMitv
-BOflTON BLDC. TORT ST.
'027 Nuuanu Street
NGV MILLINERY BTYLE8 ON
Ladlit!1 and Men's Hate Reasonably
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
OFFICER GARTE ON HONOLIMN
MEETS WITH TRAGIC DEATH
Steamship In Port After Seve n Days' Battle With Gales and
Seas Vessel Filled With Cargo " SeVeral Inter-Island
Steamers Departing With Passengers and Cargoes Dix
Sailed for Seattle Nasty Weather for Canadian-Australian
A trnnlc death nwnltod Manwoll
Inrrc. u wcll-llkeil olllcer In tli Mat-
sou Navigation chartered Meamali'iM
HoiKiluhin, Ihe day lic-roro ileiurlnro,
if that esl fiom Sejltlo for Hono-
'ulii mill Inland imrtn. Onrto who for
Home inontliB pant Iiiih been Identified
with the llonoliilan Klnff In tho capa
city of chef. Htepped Irom tho deck
of the liner Into what In known us a
'blind hatch" lie fell Into iniiiky
depths uf n deep channel at tho Al
beiM MlllliiK Company whnif where
Ihi) IIoiioIiiI.ui was moored taklni; on
i law KhipiiK'iit of lumber, Huingles
and heavy limbers mid before Ills lior
mr Hlrlcken uhlpniales weio utile to
lender usslstiince, ho went down loH
Ilic Ijst time. Despite hours spent
In :i Kcarch for tho body, tho quest
was an iiiiHUccessful ono up to tho
time of tho depaituro of tho llono
liilan for Hawaiian Islands.
Onito was well known tu Honolulu
ihlppiiiK ilrcles. Ho has been asso
ciated wllli trans-l'aclllo steamers In
various cupacllles for n number of
wais. Hla iinllmely death brought
much Bnduesn tn his fellow otllcero
on tho tempestuous trip down from
The Honolulan met with tome of
ho nastiest weather In her hlutoiy
un tho oyagu which terminated this
morning. For seven days the steam
ship battled with a succession of fierce
i;ale which swept tho l'nelllc ami
nicked up a tcrrlfllcf sea.
llarrclt containing salmon and bundles
of hhlugles, wuro lined from the for
wnid deck of tho ship anil sent Into
the- sea. Captain Frederick llennett,
changed his touri.0 a trlilo which pre-
mimalily pi evented a gieuter loss of
deck earpo and death to some twent
Ihe head of stock carried on the nKer
Tho last two days before ui rival
heio are bald to have been fairly
pleasant. From tho time that tho
vessel cleared tho Straits of Fuca tho
iroiiolulnn was gleet ud with Soulli
west swells and teinpohtuous weather
In geueial. Mountainous seas broke
over tho forward decks mid besides
euirying away u portion of tho cargo
smashed kerosene oil cases und did
other minor damage.
"It fairly blow tho shingles out of
tho bundles," vouched Purser Levey
in arrival (his morning.
Chief Steward Kurrell fairly outdid
himself In tho nrrangement of Thanks
giving Day festivities despite the un
lavorublo weather. Fan ell get a din
ner before his passengers on that
moiling which would put to shame
Iho culllnnry cfforls of many a land
lubber. Fourteen passengers express
ed themselves as highly pleased nt the
endeavors of the officers In making
i ho voyngo as pleasant as possible un
der tho trylnu circumstances.
Five thousund tons freight will be
discharged nt Honolulu including a
heavy shlpmont of hay, grain and foed
stuffs for the United States quarter
master department. There Is also
shipments or 10,000 cases or salmon,
iilbcellnueous cargo and lumber. Six
argo "spuds" for dredging companies
were brought on deck.
The Honolulan Is expected to sail
on or about Thursday evening for Kn
liulul. Port Allen, Kannnpnli and Hllo,
where quantities of cargo will bo ills
ehnrpeil at nil Island ports, Accord
ing to the officers, there was a quan
tity of Height lert behind at Soatllo.
War Lords Depart on Commercial
Two Inins-Paciflc liners to depart
from Honolulu at ten o'clock tomor
iiiw morning with destination for Sail
Fianrlsco will currv a distinguished
galaxy of war lords, representing the
W.C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagni
( Schlitz Beer
naval and military branch of tho ser
vice. Ilutli the Sierra nnd tho Wll
hclmlna will depart with rather, small
lists of cabin passengers. EachNcs
scl Is taking cargo which far from
tils the holds. Among tho militant
passengers are: Mnjor-Oeneral Mur-1
lay, commanding the western divi
sion of the army nt San Francisco;
Colonel F.bert, chief surgeon; Major
(lllmorc, ami Captain Craig of (Ion
era! Murray's stuff, will leave for tho
Coast on the Mntsou steamer Wllhel
mlna. I.leut. Phil Sheridan, Fifth Cavalry,
U. H. A., nnd l.lcut. Ptlel, also of
Schollelil Uarrarks, are booked to
leave on the Sierra.
Tho Oceanic liner Slcrrn will pro
bably be given tho mall destined for
the mainland and a portion of which
should have been forwarded to the
Coast In Iho Pacific Mall steamship
Siberia but unfortunately was left be
hind through u miscalculation In time
on the part of Die local postal offi
Marama Delayed by Galea and Seat.
A succession of heavy gales accom
panied by strong and heavy seas has
had much to do with the delay In ar
rival of the Cunadlan-Austiallan liner
Marama, now en routo from Vancou
ver mnl Victoria. According to a laic
wireless message received from that
(veasel by. T. H.-Davles and Company,
J he local iigeuts, tho Muramu should
r.rrlwt hero not later than nine o'clock
this evening. Unless tho vessel shown
up nt tho quarantine before that hour
there Is no chance ot tho vessel being
granted pratique by tho Federal quar
antlno officials. The Muramp Is bring'
nig thirty-one pasicngors for this
port. There Is understood to bo hut
i very small cargo. Tho agents hope
for a prompt dispatch and should tho
liner come In this evening efforts will
be mado to dispatch tho Marama for
Australia on or about midnight.
Freight Accumulates Honolulan to
Fielght continues to nccumulato In
largo quantities at Seattle, am! tho
Matson Navigation steamer Honolu
Ian now hero will be dispatched for
another round trip to Pugct Sound
ports. Tho disaster to Seattle's wat
er system Is assigned as tho cause for
;. marked delay In tho alteration of
the Matson Navigation freighter Hy
iides which Is now undergoing oxtens'
iva overhauling at the Moran ship
yards at that port. The Hyude-i was
originally scheduled to depart for Ho
nolulu on December ICtli. This date
is reported as having been changed
to the earlier part of January. In the
meantime freight offering for tho Hy
ades must bo cared for and tho Hono
lulan has been selected to make an
other Sound trip.
Spark from the Wireless.
Wireless messages received last
evening from steamers en route to tho
Itlnnds Include the following:
S. S. Porsla, 8 p. in. 380 miles from
Honolulu, will arrlvo Wednesday
morning nt six-thirty.
S. S. China. S p. m. 975 miles from
Honolulu, will arrlvo daylight, Decern
S. S. Marama, 8 n. m. Will not ar
rlvo until Wednesduy nlgh't. Experi
encing very bad weather. Havo .11
passengers and nlno sacks or mall for
Norwegians Enter Pacific Coast
W.' It. Oarco & Co., who operate an
nxtenslve licet from the North Pad
lie to tho West Coast of South Atne-
l.'ca, have decided to enter the pas
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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Full moon Dec. S nt 4:21 p. m.
TnmtifrdtnriR n. ii. m.. 73: 8 n. m..
72: 10 a, in.., ,74: noon. 75: morning
Ilnrometer, 8 a. in., 30.03; nbsoluto
liitmlilliv fin m 11911 iFi-nltiM iter
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
73 per cent; dew point, 8 a. ni -.
Wind I! n. Ill velorltv 14. direction
N. K.J 8 a. in., velocity 15, direction
X. K.; 10 n. m., velocity 13, direction
IJ.; noon, velocity 19, direction li
Rainfall during 21 hours cnueu a.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 179 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
, i -
(Special Cable to Merchant'
Tuctday, Dec. S.
SAN KHANCISCO-Salled, Dec. S,
12:40 I, in.: U. 3. A. T. IoRaii, for
OKAYS lIAltUOK Arrived, Dec. 4:
Srhr. Lottie Uenuett, fiom Pearl
Harbor, Nov. 17.
S. 8. Marama, will arrive from Vlc-
torln, Wednesday about It) p m. t
S. S. China, arrives from Yokohama
A:30 a. in. Friday ami sail S p. in. for
S. S. Perslj, arrives from Sail
Francisco, G a. in. louionow mid sails
for Yokohama about f p. in.
senger business in competition with
Iho Kosmos Hue and the Pacific ser
vico of tho Pacific Mall Company. The
Norwegian steamer Cuzco, which is
duo ut San Franclr.cn from Iho Sound
lo complete her cargo, will Inaugur
ate the service.
TranaDortsDiX Departed for the Sound
After hajtuKcdlsinargod nearly live
thousand tens 'Mllkl, Japan, coal at
. . -..-
this Kirt. the 'United ' States army
transput t Dlx, sailed for Soatllo und
ilio Sound at six o'clock last evening
Captain Pierre, (lie navigation olllcer
is likely tu meet with considerable
rough weather on (ho northern voy
age according to wireless rtnrts
which have been coming In hero from
masters of commercial liners now en
routo to the Islands.
Persia An Arrival Tomorrow Morning,
II. Ilnckfuld and Company, tho local
agents for tho Pacific Mall liner Pur-
pla, have been not I lied through wire
less that the Persia will arrlvo off the.
ljrt un or about slx-thlity tomorrow
morning. This vessel conies from San
Francisco nnd brings no cargo, but
has a quantity uf later mainland mall.
Tho Persia Is listed for dispatch to
Far Eastern porls on or about five
Castle and Cooko, agents for tho
Matson Navigation chartered stciim
er Honolulan .will dispatch that ves
el for Kaliiilul at flvo o'clock Thurs
day evening. The Honolulan will then
call at Kaanapall, Port Allen and
Hllo, departing from tho latter port
for Scattlo direct on December 12th.
The Honolulan Is to mako ono moio
trip to the Islands from tho Sound
China Due On Friday Morning,
Tho Pacific Mall steamship China
from Hongkong via Japan ports Is
expected to arrive at Honolulu on Fri
day morning nnd to receive a ills
patch for San Francisco not later than
flvo o'clock that evening. The Chlnu
has flvo hundred tons Oriental freight
for discharge it this port. There Is
room for forty additional passengers
from Honolulu to the Const.
To Include Sydney.-
Tho Union Steamship Company has
extended tho loute of lis steamers
Mnltnl mill Aotnngl to Sydney. Horo
oroio tho dual destination was Wel
lington and Sjdney-bound freight und
pnssengeis hud to be transhipped.
The run to Sydney will occupy twon-ly-slx
days via Papeete, Itaratonga
Few Passengers for the Sierra.
The Ocounlc tteamshlp Sierra lo do
pant for San Fianclsco at ten o'clock
tomorrow morning will carry nbnui
thirty cabin passengers, Tho vessel
li: leaving with about two hundred
tons uigur and small conslgumontu of
llco, pineapples und sundries,
Jardinieres Were Hiding Places.
What Is considered, by customs offi
cials us one of the neatest attempts
to Hiuugclu opium into the port of
Manila was accidentally discovered by
members of the inspectorn' division
recently on the piers In the shape of
thrco baskets A root thick' arid about
three feet high In the baggage from
the steamer Ylngchow, says the
When the bnskets wcro opened for
examination they wero each found to
contain two finely molded Jardinieres,
shaped like ginger casks. One of the
pieces of crockery bad in somo man
ner become broken, disclosing an In
tricately molded false bottom In
which the fluid had been tonceuled
during tho process of construction.
Kncli is supposed to contulu ubout
100 pesos' worth of tho poppy Juice,
and although nothing has been nmdo
public .about the discovery ot tho
opium, warning bus In some manner
reached the owner of tho baggage.
who has neither called for. nor sent
for tho baskets.
A dangerous derelict off tho coast
Is reported by Captain Thomas En-
dreson, who lias urrlvcd nt ltcdondo
from (J rays Harbor on the schooner
0. W. Watson. According to the
skipper, he sighted tho partly sub
merged hulk while running before a
strong northeast galo nt 10:30 u. m.
November 1. The derelict was sight
ed nt a dlstunco of half a mllo off,
nnd Captain Endreson hud to alter
his course from southeast to south by-
east In order to clenr it. The posi
tion of tho menace to navigation Is
given ns latltudu 44:10 north, longi
tude 120:14 vJest. Xo part of tho
hull Is visible, but two musts, ono
thirty feet high und ono fifty feet
high, protrude above the sen. The
Identity of the stranger has not been
First Three Funnel Liners In Pacific.
What Is declared will bo the first
three funnel llncrH In tho Pacific nro
the proposed new steamships which
are now under construction in Eng
land for the Camidlaii-Puolllc Steiitu-
ship Company und according to io-
ports received from tho Const tho
flrst will bo leady for delivery by
Jnnuary or 1013. Willi acconiinod'i
tlon for thirteen hundred pissengcrs
tho Empress Von Home, us tho flrst
is to be called, mid her sister liner,
will have a speed or eighteen knotr.
and Ibis speed, maintained between
Yokohama and Vlelorla would allow
or tho pjssago being mado In nlno
days nnd 18 hours mid 20 minutes.
The record for tho run now Is ten
days, ten hours, made by tho Em
press or Japan eleven )etns ago.
The new Empresses will differ In
appearance from the Atlantic Em
presses, having two polo masts mid
threo fuuuels. Tho clipper bow of
the pieseut 1'acTTie Kin pi esses lias
been done away with. They will havu
Wen decks and will he modern In
every respect. The piano show' a
Chinese Angry nt llurlal of llodr al
The violation of an old established
regulation that the leiiialus of nil
Chinese who die at sea are to bo taken
tu China and not burled ut sen Is
said to have been the cause of tho
general strike of Chinese firemen and
sailors on tho (.'rent Northern Bleiun
slilp Minnesota. ' Returning pnssen
gors positively state that tho strike
was luauguiated because of tho burial
at sea uf 41 Chinese 111 email, tho man
having died of some chronic dlaoider
while tho vessel was In uildocenu.
The Chinese firemen, incensed because
they desired to take tlni body homo
to China, went on strike. Tho dllll
culty was temporarily. patched up, but
tho llreroom ciovv, und also, It Is said.
the deck crow, nil Chinese, wqro In nn
i.gly mood und threatened diveis
things. Four Japanese watchmen
taken on at Yokohumu, Vntrolcil tho
Pig liner constantly.
Subsidized Navigation Suspended.
Six coast guard cutters nnd two
sen-going launches of the Philippine
ltiireaii of Navigation wcro ordered
out of commission, effective Novem
The cause tor tho suspension or the
vessels or tho llureau of Navigation
Is a shortage of funds to curry out
further operations, the appropriation
for tho scrvico having been exhaust
ed to such nn extent that It became
necessary to order tho vossols out of
Further action In tho mutter and
tho recommlsslonliig or tho vessels
will depend on leglslalivu action by
the Philippines legislature, which is
nt present In session, und which, It
la believed, will hasten favorable ac
tion lu tho matter ut nn otirly date.
Circle (ilole In Small Sealer.
To circumnavigate, tho globe mid
come through tho Panama Canal lu
a little sealing boat is tho dream of
Captain T, It. Thompson, veteran
sealer ami udvcutuior, who bus ur
rlvcd nt San Francisco from tho Far
North on tho whaler Herman. Tho
heio ot many senl-poachlng esca
pades is sure that ho can accomplish
tho fent, and nil ho wants Is the back
lig. Ills whole life, ho says, has been
spent lu conquering the elements In
small craft, and ho bellnviw that ho
would bo us safe in tho most distant
scus, the lonely occupant ol a tiny
vessel, us on an ocean lluur.
Her. Hit Steamer lo He Sold.
Lloyd's agent ut Tonga has been ill
lected to hell Iho hull and cargo of
the stranded steamer Knight of St.
(leorge. Ho will sell them separately.
On October II tho steamer still lay in
mi exposed position. Although the
hull wuh then Intact, it was believed
that the llrst good blow that e.-imo
along would finish up the Knight of
St. George, Chronicle.
CRUISERS TEST IT
(Continued from Page 1)
both with and without n ding, When
estllts have been computed and com
pared, If the scliemo Is considered sat
isfactory tin) 8 by 20 screens will bo
mounted on some rrmncnork similar
to u suiting launch, and tho coutilv-
mice will be given u thorough trial nt
tho next target pruillce.
"It should work out all right," said
11 navy "higher up", yester
day. "It will bo easy enough tor
tho Plotters to tell exnetlv whether
shells splashing around the small tar
get would havo lilt n big one. Hut
uftcr all, nothing can be ns satisfac
tory to the gunners themselves us mi
actual hole punched through 11 tar
get That Is Indisputable evidence
Hint n lilt has been scored."
The California and South Dakota
nro now coaling. Tho Colorado Is ly
ing In the stream und will probably
remain there. All the fleet, with the
exception of the two flagships will
anchor In the harbor for the reiunlud
it or their stny, on account or lack or
dockage, futilities. The , California
will return to, her beith on the Ewa
sldo of Iho Alukeu pier after coaling,
und the West Virginia will probably
go to tho navy (lock, .
WATKitnio.vr noti:s 1
(.'asiillne Engine for Uliuljaiiiiiicr.
A test will bo mndo lo determine
whether It would bu feasible to Install
auxiliary .powor In tho famous old
four-masted ship Manga lteva, and
whether sulllcluiit speed could bo de
veloped with gasoline engines to war
rant their Installation In tho vessel
now at Kan Fianclsco.
The big steel ship, which Is ono ol
the few on the high seas flying tin
American flag, is owned by C, A,
Tliajer mnl Is under ('barter to llaleh
& Chesebroiigh. Hlio is used between
Kan Francisco mid Panama us n
Captain Thayer salvaged tho nhl
ufler It had burned on un atoll In tin
Puclllc. With n handful of men In
started for tho South Seas. Arrivlii
al Iho small Island, with tho aid ol
bocl; and tackle und after mall)
weary wcekH of woik, tho ulilp win
Then caiiie n venture on his pail
of which B.illonnen love to talk. Itlg
glng up a small Jury sail on the itee'
hulk, Captain Tliajer mid Ids Intrepid
crew started for San Francisco, am
(ho strangest part of this trim utor)
is Unit they got there, u feat whirl
any sailor would have declared to b
Captain Thompson ban hud man
strangi) experiences that sound ul
most like ten fiction. Twice be win
Imprisoned In Russian dungeons, ant
a Benson ago he wun raptured by tin
United KIiiIch revenue cutter olllcers
charged with poaching In lleilng Sen
During tho Husso-Japanese Wur Cap
lulu Thompson, In his healing schoo
ner, carried it valuable packet of win
documents Into Vladivostok, lie se
creted tho papers In a llttlo pigeon
coop, which was tho only thing no'
searched by tho Cznr'n watchdogs,
und this rent ho remembers veiy well
v.lion ho recalls the yen's tliun In u
Russian prison, vvliem a chain us hip
as mi anchor cable was used to keo
li I ill Indui'iilice.
Sold fin li Hulk.
Another nailing vessel which li vvel'
known ut this port Is destined lo cm?
her days ns u coal hulk on thu Itlvei
Platte In South Ameilca, Adrlces te
cchccl announce thu sale of thu llrlt
Ish ship StroiiRii to South America!
owners. Tho Stronsn is nn lion shit
of I'.iliU net tons. She wa.i built ul
Liverpool In 1882, nnd, eonslilorlnt
her ugo, thu purchase pilcii of $.!l,r0(
Is a good one. Another lectnt sail
js that of the llrltlsh bulk Wynford
"lS.Vj net tons, which has been sole"
lo Xorwcgluns for $28,000. S. F. Call.
A survey of tho steamer Hazel Dot
I ar, made recently ut Sliiinghal, showt
that tho vessel sustained horious and
extensive damage when It went ushore
August 28 ut .Moror.in. Tho leport
shows thut tho ship's bottom wat
badly damaged. Many of tho platct
will have to bo removed, A nuuibei
or frames wero bent, und tho freight
er's Interior gonorally Is badly disar
ranged. Speclllcallous or the neces
sary repairs havo been prepared and
bids have been called for. Cluonlclu.
Schlc)'s Svrords (ilicn In .Museum.
WASHINGTON. November 3. A
collection of inoro than ono hundred
medals, trophies, Bwoids und per
iioual belongings of tho Into Hear
Admiral Schley, Intimately associated
with Ills long naval career, has been
given to the National Museum by Mrs.
Schloy, Tho Commodore's Hag which
flew on the llrooklyn, Srhloy's flag
ship, In tho Rattle of Santiago, und
pnrt of a silver service luudo from
bullion taken from the Spanish bat
tleship Cristobal Colon nro included
in tho collection.
Dlx, fiom Manila and Nugistikl, S'llled
from Honolulu for Seattle, Deo. 4,
Logan, from- Manila, Mr Ran Fran
cIfco, hi rived Nov. 11,
Sherman, nt Manila, uwnltlni; orders
Sheridan, ut San Fialiclsro, nrrlvoi"
Crook, at San KianclBco,
Ilurord, ut San Francisco,
Warren Btntloncd at tho Philippine,.
Thomnu pulled n mil Honolulu for Ma
nlla, Nov. 15.
W o k I s II u 1 1 I u II er yur,
Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Seattle Honolulu!!, M. N. 8, S, n.
Monday, Dec. 4,
Pugct Sound-DIx, U. 8. A, T 5
Kauai ports W, (1. Hall, Rtmr., S
Hawaii ports Llkcllko, stmr., p.m.
Tuesday, Dee. 5.
Hllo via way poits Manna Kca,
itnir., U) a. in.
Mahukonu nnd Kawalhno Maul,
!" PASSK.MIIlltS AltltlVKK
Per C.-A. S. S. Makurn, from S)d-
ney via Auckland For Honolulu:
,Mlr,s Ryder, Mesdaincs Louis, (I. W,
Smith and son, Sec-ley and sou, Ryder,
Uonnmy nnd 3 children, A M. l.tiug
nnd daughter, Poynton, Mnstersom,
Conrndt and 2 rhlhlicn; Messrs. J, D.
While, II. Lewlb, D. U-wls, F. S. Sec
ley, D. S. Evans, S. 8. Ilrophy, F
Poynton, J. J. Matersoin, F, II, Con
rndt, It. Hjrrls mid 21 steerage.
Per M. N- 8. S. llonoliilan, from
taiMIc S. W. It. Dally, (!. A. Elmer,
Air. nnd Mrs. J. 11. Kelghtley, Mr. und
vlrs. H. S. irnywood, Miss (1. Orvls,
.Miss Mabel Palmer, Mr. mid Mrs. T.
vicEwnn, .Mr, nnd Mrs. J. lloyle, L. V.
I PASSK.MJKHS IILPAHTKII
Per stmr. Manna Kea, for Hllo, via
vay polls, Dec. f. C. J. lliines. Mm.
.. (1. Mnltland, C. dray und tun nth
'is. Dr. A. 11. Chuk, Rev. Men III and
wife, Miss Men III, W. McKay and
vlfu, A. Ilunebcrg, W. M. (llffiiril, E.
M, Ehrhorii, James Knopiui, Mrs. T.
lllock mnl two elilMien. .1. F, Woods
mil wife, A. Huuebei'g, Mrs. Kepolkni
Hid two clilldieu, C. WnltciH, C. W.
itose, Aiitouo T. Mnikn, two Revenue
llllcera. Miss Sergeant, I-cong A) an,
Mrs. J. D, Caiseaden, A. I). Carsca
len, ('. I). I.ufkln. A. Valentine and
vlre, .1. C. Patrick and wire, S. W.
ay, F. A. Tunner, II. II. Allen. T. K.
CvaiiH, (leo. F. Wilght, W. F. Colo,
I. M. CiiuimliigK, S. It. Roblusnii, J.
S. S. Williams. C. I J. Wright.
I pa ss k. tTiTiisnou k k i i
Per P. M. S. 8. PorBla, for Oriental
prts S. Yotabe.
I'm- nlinr. Klnau, Tor KjiijI mrts,
Tt'c. S. E. C. Smith. Francis (lay. A.
'.?. Robinson, 8. Robinson, C, S. Dole,
I. 8. Sllvn und wire, N. Akann, Mrs.
Jruncharst, J. W. Rath, Chas. Dilllng
.'iiiiii. W. D. Mcllrydo, y. Mori, P.
Vlinililt, J. N. Peterhon, Mrs. Perry..
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhelmlnu, Tor San
-'runelsco. Dec. fi. Miss N. Uiquliait, (k
. L. Shaw, C. C. Medcalr. U 11. Mc
'.ellnn, Mis. U II. McUdlnii, Mrs. E.
I (lllson. It. F. C. Old, Mrs. It. F. C.
lid, Mrs. C M. Diinstan, Mlra Mury
Icxtnn, Miss E. Scliocii; D. 8. Evans,
l M. Earl, .Mrs. T. M. Karl. Mr. Wood.
I. J. .lames, Mis. 11. J. James, II. It.
riinm. Mrs. It. It. Tliiini, Dr. B. C.
'thihles, Oeo. .Ross, J. A. Rlgglns, Dr.
). T. Moilser, Mrs. H. T. Alouser, A.
'. Wheelor, Miss (lertrude Coiirt
Ighl. Irs. II. Dens, Miss' Mouser,
Mrs. Dyer, A. D. Ilnldwln, II. W.
Jlggs. Col. D. C. Dodgp, Mrs. 1). C
lodge, Colonel Ebert, Captain Crulg.
.mils lllock, Mrs. A. M. (lalt, Fynk
I. King, F. .1. Doalt, A. II. Homer,
lis. A. 11. Homer, Mr. Ulrdkeye, Mrs.
llidsejo and child, Ml-s Mury U. Day,
llls.i L'slber Kelly, .Miss M. Royer,
Miss II. C. Hitchcock, J. 8. Edwards.
Mrs, J. S. Edwards. C. M. Henrahau,
Irs. C. M. Honinhnn, Major (lllinoie,
Mrs. A, S. Ilealy, Uencrnl Murray,
Mrs. Murray, J. J. Young. Mm. J. .1.
Young mid child.
Per O. 8. S. Sierra for San Fran
'Isco, Dec. C II. F. Lewis ami fnin
ly, L. D. Lnisen, Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. (I.
Hlndes, Miss M. (iardlncr, Mr. mid
Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. E. It. Hoyt mid
hrep children, Mrs. Rortrudo Trask,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Praff. O. Schmidt, A.
Holnnd, E. A. Douthltt, I.leut. (I, s.
Qurroll, U, S. N., Miss Floienro Ula--w,
P. (I. Riley, Mib. C. J. Linlwlg
cn, Miss Uattelle, Mrs. M. A. Dyer,
.diss Pearl McCarthy, Mrs. Deelalr,
Miss II. O'llilcn, W. D. Lowell, (1. 0.
'lodges, E. Reynolds, Lieut, p. .
Sheridan, Lieut. Pflel, II. A. Simpson,
Mis, J. 8. Winters. 8. E. Wooloy.
Per stmr. Cluiidlnc, for Hllo; via
vay ports Dec. 8. Miss M. 8. Camp
bell, F. Roldoll. ,
Per stmr. Kllnuea, for Kona and
Kan porls, Dec. 12. Mis. F. L. Isllo,
.V. Pails, A. Paris, Miss A M.uy, 0,
II. Robertson, A. Hanobsrg.
Per stmr. Kllauea, for Kona and
Knu ports, Dec. 12. Mrs. J, A. Alibi
und child, Mis. Leslie, C. II. Cooko,
E. E. Conanl and wlfo, W. Pails, A.
Pails, MIbb Ackormnn, Ooo. . Rob
orison, It. MeWnyno Eloanor Aungst,
Wnllaco Aunght, w. W. lliiiner and
Malls uro du :rom thu folowlua
tiolnts as follows:
Yokohtinm China, Dec. 8,
San Francisco perslu, Dec. fi,
Victoria Marama, Dec 0,
I'olonlos Makurn, Deo. r,.
Mulls 'will dopart for tlie following
points ss follows;
Yokohama Persia, Dec. fi
Vancouvor Mnkura, Doc. n.
"aw FrnnclRrn Sierra, Dec, C.
Sydney Ma'ramn, Deo, c
tllnuk Iwiks unalHistWrlaT.Jedgars,
etc., iiiumifuctiired by the llulltsttn
iWi iju.. lUtm,tht&L,,,w&J: "iAxtitttwuiM
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