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F.VENINO nUL-LETtN, HONOLULU, T. It., THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1008,
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WEEKLY CALENDAR
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
'I UBNUAV
WHO.NUHOAY
THUH8DAV
Honolulj Commandcry Order
of Temple.
imoA.Y
Hawaiian Second Dejree.
NAT UKDAV
Atl visiting members of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodgss
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HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. P,
Meets every Monday evening: nt
7:30 In I. O. O, F. Hall, Fort Street,
i:. 11. HENDRY, Secretary,
BEN. K. VICKER8, N. Q,
All visions brothers very cordially
InMtoJ.
MYSTIC IQUQE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
u( each month at 7:30 p. in. at K. P.
Hail, corner Fort nml Reretanla Sts.
Visiting Hrothcra cordially welcome
V. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON, K. of R. & 8.
OAIIU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first mid third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K of P. Hall,
corner Fcrt and Jlerelanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
. O. DEERINQ, C.C..
JAS. W. WHITE, 1C.K.9.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodgo No. G16, D. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. liy order of tho E. U.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
Socretary.
WM. H. MclNERNY, E. II.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Horetanln. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRA7.EB, C.C..
K. A. JACOI1SON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
Ueretanln and Fart streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to At
tend. W. L. FRAZEB, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flrct and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghtu of
Pythias Hall. Visiting, brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. D. ARLEian, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot n.
Star
Restaurant
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
ALL HOURS.
Convenient for Orpnenm Attendants.
BERETANIA STREET
1st Door Waikiki of Central Firo Stn.
Criterion Grill
Waverlcy Building-, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Caiiint
and Tabic Service at All .Hours. Beit
Meals at Reasonable Pricei.
CHARLES H. EICHLER, Prop.
KEYSTONE-ELGIN WATCHES
INGER80LL WATCHES
At All Watchdealers.
Jos, Schwartz,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
FRENCH LAUNDRY
with their new FRENCH
dry-oler..ns process.
257 Beretania St.
Phone 1491.
BAMBOO FURNITURE
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
Kcoaonabie mces.
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TATANI
Emma St. near Beretania,
jsy"For Salt" cards at Bulletin.
HOTEL
STEWART
SAN FRANCISCO
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A OAY UP
J A mw down loan hottL Slssl and
brick structure. Famished at a cost ot
$150,000. Entj oomforl ind cormnl
enee. On cir lines ttimfirtlni to all
puts ot ollj. Omnllat runts ail trains
and steamers. ,
HOTEL STEWART
Now recognized as Hawaii
an Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
A B C' Guide.
Lehnhardt's
Unexcelled
Candies
Always Fx'esh at
CHAMBER'S DRUG
CO.,
Fort and King St.
Our Expert
ON
Magnetos,
Storage Batteries,
and Coils
IS HERE
A Specialty is made of repairing
STORAGE BATTERIES.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
MERCHANT ST.
TEL. 388.
Dixon's
Silica-Graphite
Paint
The only proper paint for
all exposed wood and metal
surfaces.
It comes in four standard
colors and makes an ideal
paint for protective purposes.
Not affected by acids or al
kalies. Does not fade or flake.
Sold "by
Lewers & Cooke
LIMITED
177 S. King St. ' Fhone 775.
PRIMO
Unique
Chinese Goods
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
AGENTS FOR
ED0EW0R7H and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two cood smoking
Tobaccos La the Market.
FITZPATBICK BROS.
an MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
R. MIYAT A & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS. PAIN.
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
MASON WORKERS.
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Phone 594.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If yon have a Real want a B u 1
letin Want Ad. will fill it.
Thurlow's for a lunoh or dinner,
Oet your lunch at the New England
Bakery, Hotel street. "
Tlicro will bo a mcotltiB of tho Mown
Improvement Club tomorrow night nt
tho restdenco of Miss Voder.
On Installments of S3 per month ycu
enn purchs.se a Whlto Family Rotary
sewing machine, rjermy & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort 8L Phone 488.
The jHiat onlco gives notice (lint n
mall will lu despatched t" the main
land by the Solace "tomorrow'.- Mall
closes nt 1:30. Solace sails nt 2:30.
Henry May & Co. will receUe by tho
Alameda all tho fruits nnd vegetables
In season, California Rose and 1'url
tan Creamery lluttcr, and frozen oys
ters. Phono 22.
The pastry nt the Alexander Young
Cafe Is made by expert cooks under
tho personal direction of an expert
chef. Orders for parties or dinners
filled promptly, l'hono 59. '
After wearing n pair of glasses fit
ted by A. N. Sanford. oti will ngreo
that tho secret of eye comfort Is In tho
correct fitting of glasses. Offices In
Boston building.
The Honolulu Photo-Supply Co. have
tho facilities nnd equipment for frani;
Ing tiny picture In Just tho way rew
quired All sorts nnd sizes of moldings
nnd metal frameB. Fort street, near
Hotel.
Tho Eddy refrigerator naves Ice,
food, temper, and money, becnuso It
Is made on purpose to do It, and mado
right. It has n rcputntlan for clean
liness nnd economy. Thco. II. Davlcs
& Co.. Ltd.
William K. Ringer, son rff Mr. and
Mrs. William Ttlngrr, ot School street,
died nt the Queen's hospital yesterday,
lifter an operation for appendicitis.
Tho little boy was only 8 years old.
What makes tho caso sadder Is that
his father Is now sick in tho hospital.
The 0 pay Encampment was a great
financial success, tho present account
ing froln the booths showing net re
ceipts to be over 81150. This sum
may reach 81200 when all accounts nre
audited. Much of the success Is duo
to the managership of Mrs. A?E. Mur
phy. '
WAYSON SUGGESTS
SPECIAL SCHOOL
Many Children Held Back
Because Of
Eyes
Dr. Wayson, of tho Territorial Board
of Health, has made n valuable Sugges
tion In tho way of piovldlng tho pupils
who aro at present kopt from attend
ing school because of eye diseases,
trachoma or conjunctivitis, with a
special teacher und school room. It la
startling to the majority of pcoplo
when tho facts nro mado known that
out of only the three or four schools
that havo yet been given medical In
spection by Dr. Hayes, tbo.new gov
ernment phjslclan, nearly 160 pupils
havo been refused admission to
classes on account of tholr'eycs.
According to Dr. Wnyson. tho treat
ment of theso (I Incases takes time.
somctlmos as long ns two or three,
monins. in mo meantime.- tlio chil
dren nro kept away from school and
consequently, when they ngaln return,
nro far behind their classes. This, td
say the least, means that somo very
awkward situations aro bound to fol
low. If, as Drs. Wayson and Hayes sug
gest, a special teacher and a special
room can bo secured, this difficulty of
letting tho children fall behind in their
classea man bo overcome. Tho matter
will bo put beforo Superintendent Bab
bltt very shortly.
FEDERATION SORTS .
CANDIDATES TODAY
ThffJ afternoon at 3;30 o'clock tho
executive committee of the Civic
Federation will meet to go over tho
list of candidates running on tho va
rious tickets', for the purpose of pick
ing out such candidates as tho com
mittee thinks nre not worthy of the
support ot tho Federation members.
Contrary to the system of last elec
tion, tho Federation will this year 're
frain from endorsing any candidates,
but will merely name' those who meet
with Its disapproval.
It Is understood that the sub-corn-mltteo
which litis had tho matter In
hand, and which will this afternoon
report to the general body of'tho ex
ecutive comnfltteo. has picked out
only four black sheep, but tho names
of those havo not been Riven out. It
lias also been lcafnedi that while
rhcro has been n shnp fight In tho
rnmmltteo about thn rnndldntes for
Mayor, no one of tho three candi
dates will bo blacklisted.
Bulletin Business Office Flume 886.
Bulletin Edltflrlat.Tnaro Mtn 1M.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
SUITINGS
W. W. Ahana Co.,
LIMITED '
62 S. KING ST. PHONE P25.
THE BEST "niTEM" WI0WN,
ROOSEVELT
WASIIIf OTON, D. C, Oct. 21. -
Senator,- Knox, has attacked Samuel
eration of .Labor, who is seeking to elect llrynn.
GREAT TIMES
.
TOKIO, Japan'Oei. 21. Fchir thousand sailors attended n gnrdeti
party given by the' Mayor o'f Toklo. "The bracers of the Fleet will at
tend n garden party at the British Embassy tomorrow' afternoon nnd
attend a 'theater In the evening, ns gues'ts of. the Toklo bankers. '
MANILA QUAKES7AHtr':CH0LERA
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MANILA!. V. !., Oct. 21". Tho carthq'ijitlre. shocks f have' ceased. ''
MANILA, P. I., Oct. '21. There are'scven'new cases of cholcriwind
eight suspects, showing a.sllght Increase!. ja
7- '"! ' n, . "
' MBS. TUCKER ABANDOKSlrACTION
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'. CHICAGO. I'll.. Oct. 2U-fars. Tuck'cr. In n,"tatcmcnt to tho rfrcss.
says she will abandon the action ngninst her husband owing to his criti
cal condition. ' ' w
CANDIDATE KERN
8YRACU8H. N. V.. Oct. 21. Vice
abandoned his Ohio dates because of
TURKEY AND AUSTRIA DISAGREE ,
PAIH8, France. Oct. 21. It Is
twren Turkey nnd Austria have rJcon
i
t
300 KILLED
MANItA. P'.jL.iPct. 21. It W-bellpve'd that tho storm which visited
the' Cagaynn ynllcy ulu the 12th cost 30OJhce.
'User's Excuse For
Decl
lOIng
Is Utterly
The first move of n right- j
fully nccuscd man In tho midst
of a political campaign 1h to
bring n libel suit; his second
movc, after tho campaign is
over, is to abandon It. When
thn Advcrtlrcr stated.tho oth-
er day, that It was prepared to
meet Mr. Cnthcart In type, on
the stump, or IN COUIIT, It
had In view the probability of -
such aqtlan us he has taken. :
Very likely ho will bring oth-
er suits. But the Advertiser '
knows its ground, and, as a
matter of duty to tho public,-'
- It does not Intend to suppress
anything which la, capable of
being proved and which tho
public has the right to know.
about the Republican nominco
for CouutyiAttorncy. .
Regarding lm challenge of
Mr.1 Cnthcart to go Into court
nt ouco with his libel suits.
this Journal docs not regard it
as having been made in good
faith, Mr. Cathcart well know
ing that tho Advertiser could-.
not accept u proposition which '
would compel It, under the
contempt law,' to coase discuss-
Ing a state of facts which had,
been turned over to tho Juris-
diction of tho court In n pond-
ing case. Duty may require a
further dlscucslonf Cathcart
next week, nnd this -paper
must bn free to; do Its part, as
It could not be, If it had left -
. the subject to adjudication nnd
had gone nt once to trial.'
Nothing has done so much to show
tho utter unfairness of tho Adver
tiser's methods In Its attack on Cath
cart ns Its refusal to uccept his chal
lenge to go to trial on any one of tho
libel suits filed ngalnst it by tho
County Attorney. 'While the excuse
given nbovo has undoubtedly been
taken for a good ono ;by many who
were not well acquainted With tho
law, lawyers this morning expressed
their opinion thnt tho excuse was ut
terly worthless, the 'Advertiser being
nt present, now that the. suits hnve
beon filed, In exactly trie same posi
tion In relation to possible contempt
proceedings, ns It would be should
one of 4he8e cases be brought actual
ly to. trial. ,
So far as tho Advertiser's present
position Is concerned, It would as
much constitute contempt for It '"to
mnko any Improper statements, now
thnt the cases have been filed na )f
they were attually on tral, jtho
cases being In the legal sense pend
ing from the moment thoy were. ftHty.
Any publications concerning pend
ing cause calculated to prejltdlco Mr
prevent fair and impartial "ac'tlrfn,
which seek to Influence' Judlrlal no
tion by thicats or othor form of In
timidation, which reflect upon the
couit, counsel, parties, or witnesses
leapectlng the cause, or Mhlch tried
to corrupt or embarrass the dile ad
ministration of Justice, constitute
contempt. This Is tho rule at any
IN
AGAIN
- Presldent Kooscvelt, in n letter to
Oompers, henci of the American Fed
FOR FLEET MEN
ABANDONS' STUMP
-,
Presidential Candldiito Kern has
the Illness of his son.
reported thnt tho 'negotiations bo-
broken off. '
i m
IN STORM
x
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'
Worth
6SS
time during t'.ie pendency of the ac
tion, Irrespcrthc of whether the case
Is actually on trial or not.
Maui and
Hawaii For
The Prince
Reports from Hawaii and Maul
fjom different hources lndl'ciito that
Kuhlo will cari'jvtho day with a big
majority. Tho legislative tickets on
nilthe Islands, according to letters,
nru.gplng to be elected without any
trouble.
Atkinson nnd Mnhaillu nro doing
good work throughout.
Atkhnon reports that tho meet
ings at Maul, so far held, havo been
largely attended.
rrhe nbovo official statement was
glyin out by Secretary Castro after
tho meeting of that body this after
neon.
POSSIBILITIES '
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f Tho latest proposition 'that Is
f said to havo been iiassod up to -f
tho Republican County Commit-
teo Is Uiat If tho Commltteo will -f
withdraw Cnthcart tho- Advertls.
or will withdraw Carlos Loiig ,V
r nnd Jiidgo Klngsliiiry will ho put
forward ns tho candldato of'tho
party for Cty and County Altor- -f
f ncy. When tho law on election -f,j
t irauiis is renu oy ino ynnous in-
f tcrests It Is prohablo that plaHB -f
may materially chnngc. --f
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t -t--f -f t-- t
HEARD IN THE BARNYARD
T)io hen und the duck Were In cin
fcience. "I Just laid nn CBG with tlf-J
Democrnljc candidate's name .on It,"
tald tho hen, "Why don't you lay
one with the" Republican's nnino on
It?" The duck quacked softly.
"Thanks, tin; ducks piefer wntor. 1 11
luy qnoiwltrt'thc Prohibition candi
date's, mime, on It." . -,
Bifocal Lenses
k
are .what (rive comfort to wearers of
(rlass.es. Let us" fit you.
A.N. Sanford,
Optician, Boston Building.
Lv ' n 3 1 1 Mil IT
IN FOREIGN PORTS
L
Thursday. Oct. 22. 1008.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed OU. 22,
ljfc tit.:
HZ S. i.tirllnc, for Honolulu.
KAllUJiUI Arrived Oct. 21:
Fr. bk. J,ncnncc,from Cardiff,
t WATERFRONT NOTE8
'.THE STEAMER Ko Au Hon Is und-
eigoliig n thorough overhauling nt the
Intel-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany's wharf. Tho upper work is be
ing repaired and remodeled nnd tho
hull is receiving n coat of paint.
THE 801, ACH this morning slipped
rtitn Mnok. tnklnir imsHPHRlnn of thn
boTth made vacant T)y tho departure of
(he West VIrglnln. Tho auxiliary Is
being mado ready for tho trip to Mng
dalcna Day.
n
THE MAUI and Iwnlanl tied up at
tho inter-Island wharf this morning
nnd commenced tnklng on coal.
a
THE BARKENT1NE Irmgard Is dis
charging her cargo at the Mutson Nav-
Ifrfttlmi f?nfiit,nnv a utiflr
INSANITY PLEA
NAY BE ENTERED
Defendant In Murder
,. Case-May Use
ThisPlea,
' r-
Drawing .1 Jury in the famous
Wynne niur'dcf caso 'occupied tho
time of the United States District
Court nil the morning, and, from
tho present outlook, the trlnl of this
case will bo one ol the hitrdcgl
fought nnd long-drawn-out cases
that has been before the courts for
considerable time past.
That n idea of -'Insanity may be
ndvnnccd by Frank Thompson, at
torney for tho defendant, for Ills cli
ent Is extremely likely, for he took
rip a gloat deal of time In the exam
ination of witnesses as to their views
toward such n plea. Deputy IT. S.
Attorney Rawlins asked each Juror
whether or not ho had any conscien
tious Scruples ,Bgnnst Imposing the
death pemiltyv wIkmi the evidence
showed that It was proper. Deputy
Attorney General Whitney nnd Mr.
Rawlins nre collaborating In the pio
secutlnn of the case.
Two of tho witnesses nro expected
to nirlvc hero by thp Alameda to
morrow. Jack Lucas created Home
llfo In thcvcoiir(t-rooin,thls morning
when o was Lelng qualified as u Ju
ror. He was finally passed for
cause, aa were hlso two otheis.
MEETINOSTONIGHT
f Republican Alapal and Flinch- -f
bowl. - -f
lleimullcan Iwllel. -f
t Democratic Klnau near I.usn.
Democrat Ic King street near -f
At tho R(tpubllcan Fouith Illstilct
meeting tho spcukcrs will bo ns fol
lows: John C. Lane, II, M. nn Holt,
Jsh. C. Qii)iiii, Wm A. Knno, .John
Hughes, David Kulauokalanl, Jr., Wm.
Ahla.
At tho Ffth District meeting tho
sneakers will bo: E. Heiiriques, It, W.
Ayiett, Dan' Logan. N. Wutklns. E. W.
CJiilnn. John Wise, Jus. Illckncll, Chris
Holt and Andrew Cox.
GATINAT BEGINS
TAKIN6 0N COAL
Tho French armored ttulser Cut!
uat began tuklng on coal early this
morning. The ship did not tlo up to
the whnrf.'jjiut remained at her an
ctiorngo In the harbor, taking on
board font from lighters which were
moored alongside on the port and
starboard sides. Tho Cntinat will
lako on board 400 toils ot coal, the
amount necessary to mako tho trip
from here to Sun Francisco.
.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 21, 1908,
Daiik of Hawaii Ltd lo Mrs i-oulna.
Hurbottlo I)
E. Hcrrlck Drown to lid (if Ilawn
Evangelical Absn CM
HcuryWAkJ.to' Jtoshlynma AL
EmaUn Nnl'iilul hsb lo I E R
Uffavch Tr -.,D
T'CUvo pavles by ally ot ul Jo I.uu-
pulnvhoo Sugar Co Can I-
George F DasleB nnd wf ct nl lo
Theophllus-C D.-ivIcb ... 1)
T Cilvo Davles by ittty to Lnupa-
hochoo Sugar Co I,
F M bwanzy nlid wf-to Htunnkiia
Mill Co. u
Sara A Makeo by Tr to Mary Wlnno
.' . .' Rel
Entered for Record Oet. 22, 1S03,
I.oqla Morel to Antonio do Souza..I!S
Antnoo Do Souni and wf to Autimlo
'I-P)H!H ., , M
Allen KJCuiianu and hsb to D S How.
Tinan ... .I...,!,,..,, ,,, D
Richard M Isouborg by ntty to Helen
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New moon Oct. 21 ut8:23 p. m.
Hawaiian standard time is lu buura
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 151
legrces 30 minutes TLo time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 bourn 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are far local tlluo for the
nhnlo group.
ARRIVED
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' ' Thursday, OcJ. 22.
. Stmr. Chtudluc, Dennett, from HI
lo, 4:47 n. m.
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DEPARTED
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Thursday. October 22.
Ilk. Hollywood, Smith, I'ugct
Sound, 10 n. m.
H. S. l'nclfle Fleet, for Magdaleiia
liny, 10 n. m.
i
DUE TOMORROW
I
O. H. S. Alniuedn, Dowdell, fiiim San
Fiiuiclsco, a. in.
It', cruiser Pnglln, fioni S.m Fran
cisco. SAIL FRIDAY
V. S. S. Solace, for San Diego, about
9:30 a. m. (with general mall).
PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Clniiditic, Dennett, from
llllo, 1:17 n. in. -J. W. Keystone,
Sing Vow, R. J. Sllvn, W. Thompson.
Mrs. Louis, Miss Klnu, I., von Tcmps
kj Miss (I. XicCniin. Miss M. E. I.e
Toler, Miss M. II. Mosser, Mis I'ui
nieta, Mib, I'.irmcta, Mrs. Kriiger, A.
Andrndc, Sam I.ce. T. Siiiubla, Mis.
Vuninmoto, Mr. Mokogawa, Mr. Mu
:aokn, Mr, Kbtanl, Mrs, Kogo, Mr. Ml
yasaka, Mis. (leorgo Ciorkett, S. Fu
glmotii,.S, Ozakl, II. Foekc, Yce Soon
nnd 47 deck passengers.
PASSENGERS BOOKED
-I-
I'cr stmr. Klnau, (Iregory, fiir K.i
linl, r, p. m. J. II. Wade, R. 1'. Rob
InKin, C. II. Wright. A. Hartley. Mm.
. S. Kniidscn, Mm. Charles Stctn-
hnll, Mrs. A. . Lindsay. Mrs. Ilnf-
gnnril, M. Thompson, O. lilac Kst.nl.
(lovernor and Mrs. Frear, I II. New
ell and wife. Miss E Wnterhnusc,
Mrs. W. II. Rice. It. S. Ilnsmcr, Mnrs
lou Campbell, George Miindnn, ('. (.
Ilaitlctt. Miss E. llehr. Mi. .1. M.
Senne, Rev. K. T. Simpson and wife,
Ah Chock. S. Komatii.
Per O. S. S. Alnnied.i for Sam Fran
lsco, Oct. 2S. F. 11. Iliown, Miss .1.
II. Ilnppln, G. C. Miller. Mis. Geo. Do
Lu Vergne, T. F. Ilenton, .Miss F. K.
Perkins, C. 11. Wells. It. II. Wheelar.
Mrs. C..HIx Collins, E. H. Ilallcy, .1. E.
Thompson, F. Smith, .1. Leahy. ,1. I).
Wilson, Geo. Rhoada, Mr. and Mrs. E.
J. Lord, W. Pfotenhiuicr, N. G. Cam
pion, Geo. K. Glidmaii, Mis. J. L. Hor
ner, Mr. Reiitou, I). Van Manen, Mr.
A. F. Knudscn. J. W. Kojston, F. E.
Thompson, A. II. Thiirlow,
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HONOLULU WEATHER
Thiirsd.iy, Oct. 22.
Teiupeintiires (i n. m., 71; S a. in.,
70; in n. m., 7S; noon, 78; morning
minimum, 73, -
Ilainmctcr,,S n. in., 3000; absoliilo
humidity, 8 n, m.. B.oso grains ur
cubic foot; relative liumldlty, 8 n m,
02 per cent; dow point, 8 u. in., 02,
Wind fi a. in., velocity I, dliertlnn
B,; 8 a. in., velocity n. dliectlon E.;
in a. in., velocity 8. dliectlon N E ;
noon, elocty 12, dliectlon N. E.
Rainfall 'during 21 hours ended 8 a,
m .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during J I
hours ended at noon, 211 miles
WM. D. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
BARK HOLLYWOOD
SAILS AT LAST
After lying In harbor hero for six
months, nwattlng n charter, tho
llrltlsh bark Holbwood. Cant 1 n.
Smith, salted this morning In ballast
for I'ugct Sound. Tho big csscl
was tow'ed out to sea shortly after
10 o'clock and at ouco started on her
trnns-I'arlflc voyage.
Tho Hollywood has been a famil
iar sight In tho harbor for the jlast
sialoliths and her depaiture caused
considerable Interest along the wn
terfrnut. Tin bark was offered for
sale when she reached hero and was
held, hoping that a buyer could ho
found,
aW"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens! .
It Is very well to See a Wren, but tho
Sl..SS onH li a th8 CHARLES
ftAS'8 B0AT and MACHINE
WORKS, KINO ST., opposite SOUTH. ,
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