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EVENING BULLETIN, HCttJOLVLU. T II THURSDAY. OCT pi, 190S-
; MASONIC TEMPLE
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
IIAJIM0NY. LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. .
Meets every Monday evening at
J: 30 tn I. 0. O. P Hall, Tort Street.
V. It. H13NDRY, Secretary.
T. D. WICKE, N. 0.
All vlsltlnc brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, X. of L
Meets every first and third Frl-
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall. I
ecrner Fort and Beretanla. visiting
Irother curdlatly Invited to attend
F. I.. NUGENT, 0. &
II. GOSLING. K. K. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodse No. 616, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Btrcet, near Tort, every Friday even
In. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to nttend.
n. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. EA8TON, 8ec'y.
HONOLULU AEME 140, J?. 0. S.
' Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
1:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Gtretanla and Fort streets. A i
VlilUnc Eagles are Invited to
W. M. McCOT, W., Prest.
(I T UOORE. Secy.
tm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, tofl.
Meets every .nd and 4tb Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Uall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
Und F. M. McOItEW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOBSEN, K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, L 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghta ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOB SALE AT ALL.BABI
The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Sour.
WINES, LIQU0BS. AND ClfJABI
W. 0. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DEIHll
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel Et near Fort
Jaek Scully. Jek Robert!
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
' 10M05 rnQ ST.
PUONE iau Y U. BOX 703'
Beer on Tap
'Come- and learn particulars at (
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretanla fir.', 0pp. Sachs'.
San Francisco Hotels
" ' '- M
Geary Street, above Union Squire J
juii opposite uotei &i. rriKW
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American v un ms.uu a oaj up ,
Steel and brick structure! furkW
lng cost $200,000. High class bbtel
at moderate rates. Ctnterofthrttrf
and retail district. On carttnea trans.
f erring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers, 'Send for
booklet with map of BariWancleco.
Holrl St6wart ndw'Vecognlied ai
address, "Trawets." ,'A B C Code.
Makiki . ,. '
r I '
Anapuni; n:ar Wilder: 9 '
ro6ma and bath,' elec- "
trie lights. Lot 90x
It Is So Easy j
To own your own home. '
Hackfeld St., near
Prospect: 6 rooms and
lath. Easy terms... 2,750.00
Why Pay More
Bent? A pretty bumja.
low; Kaimuki, sear
Convent: 5 rooms and
bath. 'Lot 50x238... 8,900.60
Near Piikoi; bungalow;
Six rooms ani bath,
pa's, electricity. Lot
60x120, only 2,800.00
Pile Up Mohey
By buying home -on
KinaiuBt. Six rooms
"and bath; rtodern; .
easy terms 8,750.00
Let a chancs.like thii no. .
Kepiolani St., -near '
5 8pencer. Erght rooms
and bath. Lot 78x125.- 1 ..i
Your own terms .... 3,750.0
Puunui we, near Wyllie ''950.00
Every Man Knows
That paying rent makes ,
landlords rich. Kua-
kina St, near Liliha. !'
six rooms ana cam.- j i;
Lot 60x140 1,600.00
Near School. . Six rooms.
Your own.tems 900.0fl
Twelfth Ave., Kaimuki.
Six rooms; three bed
rooms; turniihea...40 per mo.,,
Five rooms: furnished: , '
near Convent, Sixth
' mo. ii-
.. . i 'ftif
83 Merchant St.
rouH xDViKnaam ha
1 hone 371. .VH'gftjylt
4 IOE . , u
i j, i it (
uanufaotured from pure dlekllled wa
er. Jsllverecl to any part J( city by
ourtsous drivers. , '
(;;ilj ice m EiKiiic co.v;
Delivered to NtiiuuM
. nd' of Mo ei
hundred In 10-lb. lata
- is Merchant t
Tel :b . ;
BIUDWINB - , -
-r1- hi au, .
the ONLY table drink. Maiuiac-
PHONE M7 ,
LOCAL AND GEtiEgr ( A kji kfll ' JTtV aW'
It W ttfc Mfc H ' M 8 KM sV-fc
M t, Ut k J. '"
M The Want Column ot a news- 8
K paper Is a convenient form of it
at nMrifiv Aitf toLntAbafar tlioW .St
B 'sands ot readera. t you have'a a
U want tell Bulletin readers;
tl about It and have .the want sup...
It plied. It costs tut ode cent -alt
?, rW i? nvnjs":
I Call tad see Mike Patun at the" Hn-'
dare, u t t. '
Hawaiian Tribe, No.Uv I.O. TL M..
will mwt In K. of P. hall at 7:30
thli evening, ji tar i v ,
Olive Branch Rebckah Lodge, No. 2,
I. OmO. P., Villi mCA In Odd Fellow s"
hall a't 7:3Q this flvenlmc.- t
ffhf Alolra JjiKuI HadlctyivmiRlyo
a grand luau and fair at tlio drlllshcd
on Saturday from noon.4n.slx o'clock.
uoai your iron rvwa jviui aihwj
You WIU.be. aartrUe. k 1U eieBn
and pteeerraieive properttie Callfornta
Fried Oo.j eamau.b &. s il
Lot forifale In tW KaBahuIujDu-
trlot; prte trots M seat tr aau)i
foot up, by H. Colt Hobron, 2d floor,
Lve baildlng, Fort street. .'
At the oflco ot the Waterhouso
Trust Qompany Is, a handsomo photo-
grapn or toe, voicaao taaen irom a
point below the.lake'of lava.
On the- 12th and l$lh of November
tho Kllohaiu Art UiIbuo will bold.thp
nuntml Christmas salt) of painted
china, Christmas-cards, calendars and
other artistic notcltle. ,
- Many Inquiries frdraiAll parts of the
world ari coming In from wealthy
tourists who desire (o iay a visit to
Ihn lrn'wnllan tuljindlr1 Uanaaer Hcrt-
echo of the.Yq&QK ami Moann liotubij
stalqs tnat leucra irom pronpeciivo
visitors arei(rtccUed by oery tnall.
The cominjc season la expected to be a
very satisfactory one from a tourlrt
Thero are millions of cigars on board
the Pacific Malt steamship Siberia,
now at this port, that come .from Ma
nila factories and they aro consigned
to Jobbers. and Importers on tho main
land. The, frolght manifest showa
nearly four million Of the Philippine
smokes', . It Js claimed that the ship.
ment Is the largest that has over
crossed the Pacific In n single bottom:
The Philippine market Is declared by
those on-board .who know the same as
pretty nearlyjcleanc-d out and In conse-
nuence of the shortdX3 u YlgarB ow
ing, to the unpie9edeiiied demand, the
nrleo to the local consumer in mo
Philippines has developed a tendency
to soar skywurd. i t f
,. . ? rr-rr
Japanese, .tdltori, .
I ri.( i
vn.ial Jnrtii. -"j'l .1, , 1
. S,V4aml .TiliWaiWorfdrUff tills mOrO
V T . . 'I , . . a
h las iracidrainumoer pi Heuicutc
nprfnliai.ofctntitiant Were madi'
loiindlC'ments found by the Federal
drond'-iluxynni se '"iUi. '
r.. ,if le.inrDCI;uaunea wiiiiip, . ""-
.vokwt-uf then Maull1 Bhtmbun
WWta-o44 I$W0 fqa Tlolatlng
IngrtheidJiMalnsiof puDllcanons in
teste UntiaaV?&tais,tinalta Containing
obtcee(riUk.u' lA Udlliqn to the
h; jB.af1laeaaa 0t ifci-eHltors will
In aan taiMnue oks Mtawiri, wnicu
jf iln eeht)WataMi mfih prox!mate
m- iU. Tn,wtelsjneaieiitre paia in,is
U, morAlBiiutffhrWnM i-,aer cases
to thatiartiiPPMM ajalMtjBoKa were
t ebnthku41snlllitbe,Alnlt term, ot
BOUrt.dUn msu rdlaoOattW being-
Jt,44e b'f twd Other 'charges against
Klmura. i WV,ui',n' , ., '
Jacob J. Hlort..thKekaliajost
mastod who plead g'uHty.'to an. In
dictment' of "smueislera'e'nt, Iwas sen
Venccdjto ilx months i Willi aflne ,ot
$81,62,-th amount df Ms embeMle
mebt; and -costs oficoiirtA
t Toyofuku, who'pleadt'ullty to a
charge of I Illicit! dlJtlllllig.i received
the heavier punishment! On ihe
first count he is sentenced .to one
month's Imprisonment, iaflne of 1100
andia. nenaltv nt iCOO.'t On thwuei-
ond fount W, is seatonc'id , to six
months 'Imprisonment, anil a fine ot
1500 and c6st
T.FuJImoto, who entered a plea
ofjgulity to! an Indictment, charging
lorgery. oria united states - postal
moner,rder, was sentenced to elgh
teeh monlhs'liard labor and a fine
of II. , ' i
('KlniiMoon Sung, Indicted for lm-'
psrsonatiflgn police officer and col
lectlngl money In that guise, wus
seatenoed to eighteen months and a
fine of-i500. The heavy sentence
wqs duo, to tho fact that It was
Kim's second offense. t
f Lohzo,liolln Is given a chance to
rufOTm, being sentenced to Imprison;
menu of 'rio hour and a fine of 1
fdr stealing from tho United States.
FOR SALE y,i a,
0thuFor eel." oar t lulletln.
IVari lm I btIUI P
sissse VI W " kWssW- &
k6 faiw'nen. ti
City Transfer Go.
-L jss m assBssssaj easel -,
JU..JU. ove ,
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Morb Customs Kcandal wnB ilhcloscd here
today as thn.iesiilt of the Investigations that have been going on un.ler
tho direction of Collector I,oeb, former necrolary to Vresldent Roosevelt.
Theiiiroo'f, of cheating was given when, n wilfelicmln Jhe'lo:al customs
thouse, told: how foiithe past eight yeura tfe government, hndi boon los
ing money through fraudulent weighing If, the Interests, or, lm.portei.s.
Thp disclosures uffect a numbo of pi eminent importerx nnd It Is ex
pected that.-arrests and prodccutlons wtlMiegln nt once.
W. EJS. OTIS DEAD
TT li .t
ROCHESTER, N. Y Oct. 20.--aencral.niwelK8.Otls former. gov- '
crnoiofitho Philippines nnd (ommander of tho American tioops there,
died nt his home hero today,
t General Oils had charge or tho successful rampalgn ngalnut the
Filipino Insurgents directly, after 'the war with, Spain. ,
, He' took part In many of the fm portant battles of the Civil War nmt
wao promoted to the rank, of colonel for conspicuous bravery and exhibi
tion of mllltar) skill nt the battle of Spottsyjvantn. , (
. After tho war he. was nppolntej lieutenant-colonel of tiio 2J!dU. S.
Infantry andrwns transferred to 'tne 20th Infantry In I8b9. He depart
ed for the Philippines July IS, iS9x, to relieve General Mc'rrlU as Com
manding general of 'tho If. U. l'lilll pptnc fo'recs anil governor of the Is
He conducted opcrntlons agnlistthe Insurgfiits ami acted as gover
nor of the, Philippine IslandH until May S, J900. After that he was lis
fclgncd to command the Department, of the Lake?, wth hcndqiiartcis at
Chicago. Since that time- his residence has been at-Rochester.'.
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,, NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Mrs. Pnrkhurnt,, tho .English fliiiffrAgctle
leader, who tins tcned jail scntenrog anil otherwise proved liefsclf n
martyr to Hie cause In Engliitid, nrrled hero today to lead n EuffrftKette''
campaign In -America. , , ....
mnrvr - .
Wood ud Coml none OSS q
ft; W. JsttJtttftlU'Frop.'- ' " "
HEARD ON ALAMEDA
Wireless' telephony Now
' 'And Shbre
1 1 tt . i -i
Tho Oeeanlo, steamer Alameda will
take in conspicuous part In tho Intro
duction of wlrclCBs telephone, messages'
transmitted between khore nnd ahl
, The wireless telephone Is tho latest
means of communication to .be- cm1'
PjOK'l on the Pacjtlc. Tho aysteni
nas ucen more or less imporrecti em
ploed for some time past along Ihe
Ot Is for the steamer Alameda' to
achleo Tenown in gathering wireless
messages via telephone, TIiIb.wos ac
complished by O.'E, Uaxtcr, tho wire
less, expert on board tho Alameda
while that resBo) was steaming away
from. San Francisco on her )ast oyago
td Honolulu. "I expect to t-lck up
San Francisco some hundred miles
out on our return trip." said llax-
I (er prior to the balling of the Alameda.
The wireless totephono sstem as;now
installed br tho company having head
quarters at Fourth und Market street,
Han rranclscn, is no longer an export
ment,., "At a distance, of forty or fifty, mites
awa I distinctly heard voices over
ino,wircicss apparatus as mst.aii4.tf in
the Alameda Tho Bound tamo through
so plainly that I could readily distin
guish liferent yoci,t of tho speakers
Following the Wets of gpcecji the wire
less telephone expert In his down town
offlco in San Franclc6 'connected the
apparatus with &n Ordinary grama
phone, nnd 'in my, office, .gome forty
flVe miles at bob. I was treated to sev
eral musical, Bectfons, all of which
were distinctly ho'Ard." '
VI am going tf try for a better rec-
prd this trip," coptlnuod, Baxt'er"aiid
linopo to B'CK up mo nan, rrancisco
Wireless telephone pcoplo nt least end
nunurcu miles out. , .
u k,l unulil iin tlint Ihn tlmn hss.hr.
rived when thero will bo "uractlcalh
-qo ttmo limit In paying Jpur final fare
well to tho departing relative or friend,
ITIuj ipps9blltl$a jolr.ilong distance
transpiluslon, of telephone meMag.es
are as great as the sending and receiv
Ing of5 tho Morse signals"
T ' 'J ' iSV
Iiland Tranifer.. ,
- ExoaTttinft and Filling.
k . E n , Wi )
lteymrd' Sta iwt'of'Hwnum Stream
JIM LEWIS TELLS HOW " '
HE MAyESDDT CONTRACTS.
(Continued from. Paw 11
havq elapepd, iiNo.vy, I, luive been 'in
the business ot a conti actor for a long
timo past, and I hato been entering
Into contracts with tho Territory for
the pastiteo, years, so I know a llttlo
something about tho making of gov
ernment contracts .r Furthermore, 1
havo In my possession of old contract
lonns nnd forma for bonds, und with
Iheee and wllhtwhat-experlenco I hab
1 nd.lt was-not a hard matter, tor me to
make out a contract mjsell, and this
Is what I did. , ,
'.'Of .course, I might havo enuilPel
some other' law) er, but. this, I did not
do because, I wished tousavo money
lor the County. That- my .work, was
ireUy good Is shown by tho fact that
Mr. Smith states, that ,'tUo .contract
was drawn rather skilfully, and Is un
doubtedly tho work, of somo clover
laci.' That clepr lawjcr was Jim
Lewis, You may not know liat I am
ajawjer In a way, I used to have n
license to practice law., buti.I hao not
renewed It, as I find, It la bent to do
Just ono thing, and at present I am
making my living by driving inalli,
(lid now It sccniB that Mr. Smilh
wants to deprive me of tuatulso. How
ever, there pro moie.ways of killing' a
cat than by choking It with butler,.
"I will also say that the Hoard docs
not In ahywny wish to protect tho p-J
lice ofllcers In KuUfWho aro alleged
to have -been embezzling IlcensQ tees.
The action of tho Board In re appoint
ing Alfonso, after his two months term
lor, which ho had been originally np
polntod, was up, showed that It pant
ed tho inaUer sifted to tho bottom.
Had (ho,Roaid wished to prtitcct. tho
alleged gratters, II would havo de
clined to ic-appolnt Alfonso,) and this
It cpuldioaellyj,b4ive donufln vlpWof
the, fact that ,TroasureT).Lakca had
lequcsted It to appoInUnuothcr man.
In turning tho Investigation of tho
cliirKrwQVer tn tho Cpunty S)icrlff, tho
UiKird aidjwnat, ynstnioBi natural min
er the circumstances, na tho officers
against v. horn tho charges have been
inado nro in his department." Hllo
Triuuno. , t,i
i A CAULK received by II. Hackfeld
&. Company, agents, for , tbo Pacific
Mall liner Korea announced that
vessel as delased In getting away
from tho Pacific coast, por bocnuse
pf.neayy fog. Tlie. vonei la ex,pecteo
jtoiarrlvo.lieio next Tuesday. Several
prominent jionoiuians are returning
to tho Islands by tho vessel;
62 So. King St,
WATERFRONT NOTES f" J ARRIVED i
THE rnKIOIIT brought from Ha
wall nnd Mint portK by the Btcamo"
Claudlnn this trtornlng Included 20
cords of wood, CO cases ot Iioney, 10
barrels of whip, 213 Racks of corn, 30
hogs, 154 bales ot hldoB und 1 &7 pack
nges of'FiiadrlOE. Tho vessel brought
4G parscngcrs in the various classes.
Purser Kibllng rciiurted that the ves
sel experienced fine weather on the In
ward trip. if
TUB UNKNOWN passenger steam
er which passed ljonolulu early jes
tcrday morning bound In vUie direc
tion ot the Orient Is believed to have
been the British steamer Pornla,
formerly one of tho Oilentnl nnd Oc
cidental l)ncrs and n ulster ship to
the P. M. Asia.
A SHIPMENT of oil for the Asso
ciated Oil Company arrived nt the
port last ecnlng by the American
ship Falls or Clyde. Tho vessel came
down from Uavlotn In eighteen dais.
Captnln Engalls rcpoftH an uneventj-
ru i trip. f
. t i t , n, , '
,THE SCHOONER Borcalls was re
rortud nt Hllo nt tho last report,
brought to this pent lij tho stcmier
Clniidlne. Tho schooner Neuilly was
at Kahulul on October 20, according
to tho officers' roKirt.
THE MATSON NAVIGATION
steamer Hllonlun has sailed frum
San Francisco bound for Honolulu,
The es U due to nrrlvo here on
Tnebdny, bilnging a large general
THE ARRIVAL of the chartered
steamer Hyades at San Francisco In
I'cporled. The Vfsol sailed from
Hnwatlhn poitB on October 9 with a
shipment of sugar mid o'tlier pro
. lOlt KAUAI porta (ho rtenmer W
(1. Hall will bo illspatcliecl this oven
lug at S 'o'clock, Tho steamer Is tak
ing u few paEseiijciH and genera! lines
of cargo. , ,vi ,
BIDS FOR MM!)
J, C. Qulnn, chairman of the HoaiU
nndj UrlUKcs Cpmmlttoo of tho Clt)
Oovcrnment of Honolulu this morning
called an xtra seislon of lljo Hoard
of Supervisors to convene nt 12 o'clock
today, but owing to the absence of
Maor, Ftrn, und lack of quorum, the
meeting was, postponed until next Sat
urday, at .o'clock. ,
It. was Intended that tho Supervla-
oi s fbould mithoiizc tho ccnstrtictlon
of tho belt road of the Kahann Uny
beptloq In, the. District, pf Koolauioko
Qulnn,- who visited the placa recent
ly, said that tho ioai should bo built
at onco In order to make tho rl-icc
passlblo during the rainy season. John
Emmeluth, the .successful .bidder for
construction pf theroa.l, agreed to
complete the work for $1,210 witlilii
120 da s. Tho Concrete Construction
Co, Ltd,, agreed 'to do tho work with
In 180 days for .S10.C85, and Henry
Do Fries nnd Albert TxaHk, for.$17,750,
to complete the work .within 156 days
, Construction of the road will bo tak
en up at the next meeting. Should tho
Supervisors agree, the County-. Attor-
nows will piocecd to draw tho corif
tract to bo signed by tho proper liar
T SMALL STOCKS FIRM
Another slump. In Pioneer was re
corded today on tho stock exchange
nnd no ono can, account for It. .The
low btddoru also succeeded In obtain
ing a llttlo Wnlulua at $110 SO. Other.
wise the market was compaiatlvel)
quiet, ) r ,
Tho smaller stocks aro more, Brmly
hold than oven doling the week when
they went higher, Buy) Ing orders aro
out for both,Olaa ami McUrj do.The
latter strengthened considerably toJay
on, account of the completion pf the
land oxchangu with tho , Territory.
This gives Mcllrjde a thousand more
acres ot fee simple-land In the midst
of Its cano Urea, nnd whllo tlo Teirl
tory gets valuable homestead (,landa
tbo plantation pioperty Is greatly bcu
efltted ,by getting full control of .the
thousand acies pioWously held uuiler
leave., This with tho now wn'ter du,
V eloped makes McBr)do u bcttci bu)'.
tijiely Aid sayes ,
japanese rice hill
Timely assistance from tho (lie do-
.)0rtnieiit saved considerable valuable
property In the vlcinlt) of Queen arid
Kaahmnanu streets, A small thret
roomed fmnio hnuso, tho proicity of
Mrs. Nliiu laukea, was deutrojed by
nro at l o'ciock lonay. 'ino bulldug
was unoccupied at tho time, and the
contents uro.a total loss. Damage sus
tained will amount to about five hun
dred dollars, ,
After getting tho blaze under con
trpl tho department gave attention to
a warehouse belonging to Clus Schu
man and aso n Jnpanoso rice mill
which, were "situated very closq by.
Tho origin. ot, the flio Is. unknown.
t ni ' ' i
BtlLLfTJN AD3 PAY
Thurkilnv. tletnlmr 11.
P.,M, S..8. Siberia, from China an-!
Japan ports; pass., mall and gen. car
Stmr. Claudlne, from' Maul ports;
phss and gen cargo, n. ml
. , Weilnesdiy.iOctoher 20.
i Am. up Falls of Cldc, Rngnlls, from
Oa.vlotu, 5:30 p m. ,
i . 1 1
Stmr. V. 0. Hall, for'Kaual ports;
pnss nnd-gen. cargo, 5 p. mt
.j '..' '
1'. M. 8. S. Siberia, tor San Fran-
clnco; pass and gen. cargo, 10 q. m. .
A.-H, S. S. Ncbraskaii". for KahnluT,
Hllo and San Francisco,!);, m.
Stmr. Clnudlno 'for Muni and Ha
waii ifarts; pas sand genr-cargo, 5 p. m.
4- i -
I uut lumunnuw
1 : 4
Stmr. Manna Loa, frtmi Kont anil
Kan ports pass and gen cargo, a. m.
,( Stmr. Mauna Kpa, from Hawaii and
,Mnul iKirts; pacs, mall and gen cargo,
n. m, - v
Stmr, Klnnu, Grtvorj, from Knual
purls, n, in. - ," ,
Stim-, rMlkihala, Tullch, from Molo
l.nl and Mnul ports, n. m.
P. JJ. S. S. Korea, from San Fran
clseo, a. m.
Per P. M, S. 8. BIorl v from China
and Japan poitB, Oct, 21. For Hono
lulu: Mrs, 0. F, Cnrtwright, A. L. C.
Atkinson W. nHDronn, Vrs. V. K.
Ilrown, C, HcboW, Leo Ong, Leo San
Cliong. A, Pciclstrous. , Through: 8. .
II. Armstrong. It. 11. lluker. Dr. V. P.
lloulnngcr, John A. llrlttou. A. L. Bull.
i:. J. II) ron, W. II, Bjron, J. S. Carton,
Cluing Hung Nicn, O. Cohn, Mrs. (1,
Colin, Mastti Paul Colin, O. H. Colo.
Mra. Q II. Colo and Infant, II. W.
Davidson, Miss K. A. Dodge, A. S.
Duckworth, H. 1.E. Fornald, Mrs. A.
Jj. Foster. Capt, W, C, Herbert, I.t.
I'rlnco llcscun, Mis. n. P. Houston
and son, B C, HownrdrMIss Atlco M.
Hunt, JI. L. Junta, I.c-y Ting Yang.
Ilnron Lhng Kuel Mlsa'V. K. Miller,
Miys Helen Mortlmorr- Pang Hung, T.
W Prising T. Saltn,I.t'3. Sellschopp,
JC. Slegfifed, Alri r.W. Smith, Miss
L Smith, Sung San. I.'tj S. Tclge, I.t.
Von Unruh W. A. Vllson S. YnJInu,
Mis. M. YoJ'ma. Yang Kwal and ser
vants, Yeo'Chod Sing, F. a. York, Karl
, Per stmr. Clsudlno, from Mini and
Hnvvnil porta, Oct. 21. It. A. Parkin
son and vylfe(R. C. Baylcss, Mrs. E.
Alu. Mrs. J. Hiram, Mrs. Peters, Mrs.
J. W. Marshall. Mrs. E3. C. Thrcfnll,
Miss C Hart, S. Bell, Ilov. .1. C Kekl
pi, O. Q, Richardson. O, 8, Soicnsmi,
F. E. Thompson, Dr. Judd, Mrs. Judd,
J. 8. Cook, C. S. RobertB.
Per P. M. S. S. Siberia, for San
Tranclsco, Oct. 22. llss R. Dlston,
Mr, and Mrs. Francis Oay, Mrs. II. F.
Snndow, Mr, and Mrs,rCharlcs Elston
and thrco children, 'Col. A. Q. Havves,
Miss S. C!arkMlsi M, Finney, Rov.
H.J P. Judd, Mlss'lda I'Orange, Mrs. Al
bert Wntcrhuuse, MUs llertha Kocpko,
Mrs. W, K. Alexandei, Miss Clustafson,
Mrs. C. C, Throlfall. Mss Ellen Lane,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Stocks, Chas.'ir. Ualley,
Percy Hurr.Kan,. wife and son, Mrs.
Mabel Lyons, Mrs. Sam Johnson and
eon, Mrs. A. V. Mcllls, U U McCand
lens, Chas, L Stokes, J; J, Page, Mrs.
W. IfcRcc, Mis. R, L. Vllcox. Mrs.
Grecnweli, Miss OrcenwUI, Edward
Munroe, ,V, C. MndenJinM, MrsS. L.
Clarke L, von Hclncrt, II. E. Epilnger,
Per stmr, Vf, O. JIall, for Kauai
ports, Oct, 21, Mrs. II.- D. Wlshard,
Rov, O. II, Oullck, Rev,, W. JJ. Oicscn.
Per stnir. Claudlne, per Maul and
Hawaii ports, Oct. 22, J. N, 8. Wil
liams, Mrs. Kingsbury,
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.jvinua are, uuo at Honolulu irom
points ae follows: v )
Snn,Frnuclscq Per Korea, Oct. 20.
Yokohama per Siberia, today, -Ypncouvor
Per iMaramii, Kov, 13,
CQlonies Per ,Makura, Novi 9.
Malls will depart for the fallowing
points as follows: ," ,
Sav Kranclsco-'Pe( Slberla,tomorrovv.
Vokohama Per Korea, Oct 2C.
Vancouver Per Makura, Nov, 9,
Colonies Pci Marama, Nov, 13.
flufordwiiit Sim Francslco,
Dix, lit Manila.
Logan, sailed from Mnnlta for San
rrancisco, Oct, is."
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, fiom Manila, for San Fran-
Cisco, arrived, Bcpt IB, -
i i :
w TIIH IIACIK1C. MAIL Bteamer
China from Hongkong and Japan
ports is reported to have Balled from
Yokohama with avnilablo passonger
accommodations for twentv-llvo peo
ple. The China should arrive here
on October 30.
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