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VKMINO BULLETIN, HOKOLTJLT). T. H . TUEBDAf. OCT. 44, 196.
All visiting tnemcers ot the
Order ale cordially Invited to
lteni" moellUKs ot local lods.es
HAllilONx" LODGE, Wo. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1.
i!eet overy Monday evening at
1:30 la I. O. O. F Hall, Kurt Strest.
E. It. HI'tlDIlY, Secretary.
I'. D. W1CKU, N. O.
All visiting brotbtrs vity cordlall)
QAHU LODGE, No. I, K. of P.
Meets every first aud third Fri
day evening at 7:30 la K. ot P. Hall,.
rroer Fort and Ucrctanls. Vbltlas
nrctbur cordially Invited to attend.
V. U. NUGENT, 0. C.
It. GOSLING. K. It. 8.
H01I0LULU LOOSE 010, B. 1". 0. E.
, Honolulu Lodgo No. G1C, 1). P. O.
Elks, meets la their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Ilrotlicrs are cordially
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOUTIUTT, B. R.
II, O. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU ABI 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
f: 30 o'clock In K.. ot P. Hall, corner
8rtanta aud Fort streets.
Visiting Eaglet art Invited to at
nd W. M. McCOT, W., Preit,
EI. T MOORE, fleer.
r7m il'KINLEY LODGE No.8, fcofP.
Meets every .nd and 4tb Saturday
veulug at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Sail, cor. Fort and Uerctaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
ud F. M. McGREW, O. C.
E. A. JACOD3EN, K. R. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
'Meets every first and third "rtjurs
iaya ot each month nt Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
?. H. V. TODD, C. of R.
to FOB SALE AT ALL BAM
: WA1KIK! INN
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hoars.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGAR1.
W. 0. BEBGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINK!
The most noDuIar
place in town.
;The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos.t. McTighe & Co.,
' 101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140 V 0 BOX 76A
Beer on Tap
ConiQ RT.d learn particulars at
tfTOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
ABeretama St,, Opp, Saclw'.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, ab-,fe tinton 'Square
EuropM,,pian $1,50 a day up
Amc.ican Plan $3.00 a day up
c.',eel and brick structure, furnish.
lugs cost $200,000. High class hotel
ferrlngaUovercrty. Ornnlbus meets
all trains end tteamers.i Send for
booklet wtth map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized ai
aaaress, "irawcu."" n'ntwmi,
Acaponi Ct.,G0xl25... $1,780.00
Don't be the dog
In the manger to your- -self.
Kinau St., near
Piikoi, Six-rooms and
and bnth; easy terms. $2,800.00
Cor. ol Pcnsacola
Kinau: 3 houses
lot 150x200, only.... 12,500.00
Eclicve itt A lot in
Puunui, 75x150; near
Wyrlic nnd Lellha .. J50.00
A cottage on Kuahini St.
0 rooms and bath; lot
00x140; your own
Kinfr near Piikoi. Six
room bungalow, bath,
pis, electricity; lot
60x120; cost $3,500.
Terms right; only....
Makai of King St. Five
rooms; lot 50x100;
easy terms 1,000.00
Six-room cottage on Fort
near School ........ 800.00
By raising chickens in
Kaimuki. Five acres
near car line; city wa
ter; 2 acres in alfalfa,
frait trees and small
cottnec: terms to
83 Merchant St.
Clias. R. Frailer
f OUB, AD7ERTJBEBS
flionc 371; ' lSsTiiiif 81
nanufactured from pur distilled w
er. Delivered to any part's! arty ky
;ahu ice and electiic ,co.,
twalo. Telephone BM.
Delivered to reside
and office at 38o pet
hundred in 10-,lb.'lo4a
W. O. BARNHAJvT,
vS Merchant A.
, m . -
the ONLY table drink. Munfai
tured by the f '
Arctic Soda yatcf orjks
C0NTBA0T0R and, BUILDEB.
PLUMBING and PAINTING,
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., S21
Kin? St.; Pi 0. Box 914.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Snecialty in-nickle, silver
arid gold plated work. '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
tt uja a u nu a n a tru n ti J
J Tie Want Coltisan of a news- It
I paper ''' eonvtarent form of4t
It placing your wants before thou- n
II sands of readers. If you have a tt
want tell BulUtl'n rea4art'll
tt about It and have the want sup- tt
It piled. It costs but one cent a M
I tt trprd. , M
T r I 4 ,
Sudbeam Stamp Day Nov. first. '
Call and aee Hike Paton at the Kn-
core. ' -
A Colt's rauld tire flold Dloca has
been addod to 'the equipment of the
National tluard on Maul.
Alexander Young Is expected to re
turn onrtho Korea tomorrow after a
trip to the'mtlntaad.
Kxt Saturday the yacht race to Ka-
ent Point will take place, ami tho
event will mark -the close of the "oil
'Coat'your Iron roots with "Arabic"
Ton wilt Jibe' surprised 'at Its ooellng
and preservative propertteslCaUfemla
Feed Co. stents. ' "
""In consequence of reneict activity
at mo volcano n ntimuw or tourists
left for tho natural wonder by tho
Mauna Kea today:
' Thoho.ivy rain which fell yesterday
afternoon and last nlaht did a lot ot
$6flA ,'and clulced tho gutters and
ditches around tho elty.
Five Chinese who were pjneed un
dr arrest for selling opium wcro
arraigned at police court yesterday,
p'pd each was assessed a fine ot ISO
fA few pheasants and deer fell to the!
bag ot Captain Castner who has ro
turned from 0 hinting trip on Molokal.
Ho reports h,avlng enjoyed the brief
Expedition to tho neighboring Island.
Thcro will be a football gumo on'
Sunday between the. Town team and
tho 'Marines and the 'match will be
plajed at the Lnaguo grounds. A base
ball game will preccdo U16 football
and It will start at 2 o'clock.
THK AM1C1UCAN schooner William,
II. Marston, with lumber from llcdon
do, California, destined for Hllo, Is out
twenty days, according to latest re
port. Tho shipment comes to tho Hllo
agency .of Cnutlo & Cooko.
Boyal Hawaiian Garage, Phone'
181. The only rcrire in. town
where yon can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around, the IsloncV-Sa-liewa,
Lellehua trips a tpeoialty.
Automobile repairing a loeoialty.
Special attention given' tj the mak
iog of gear and all' parts of auto
mobiles. George S. Wells,' Manager.
ease . . ..
Two young womon want "room 'and
board In private family In' Maklkl dis
Nlco furnished rooms bn car lino,
either singe or on eulto. Beo 'Fori
Rent. thlslssuo. " .
Tho' best and cheapest,, rubber,
clamps mado by Hawaiian1 News JCo.
In Alexander Voung-' biillaiKtc. Dost
qualty of rubber used -and all work
guaranteed. r. (
Handling stockB and bonds' haa al
ways been a prominent foalu.ro of trie
business of the Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Ltd. You know their methods
and reliability. - u ,
If, you haven't -tried, -an 01 Cigar,
aoiso. iou win naaansi 11 is super
ior to nny .Cc cigar- voir have been
smoking and you can rly on Its uni
ureal cnanco mis week to uuy a
hansomo oak buffet cheap. at Honolulu
Wlru Dad Company, Several golden
quarter-sawed oak buffets and one or,
two or ash will be sold at aaoriOco
Pnro Prepared Paint sold by Low-
on ft Cooke, Ltd., is the best paint
for all houso painting purposes. Ready
mixed for use. Will last fifty" per cent.
longer than most paints and retain Its
beautiful lustre, nil the' tlnie.
Jordan's begin on Monday morning
next a groat ten days' reduction salo.
Tho store Is overcrowded and 'largo
tililpmcnls ot holiday goods will bo
Ehqrtly bo opened. To gain necessar),'
pnce 10 vnecuvciy make- a showing
of tho holiday lino. Tho firm Is busy
marking' down prices all round tbat
fhould mako business hum during
tho baler J', , ..... . ,T
A Skin of Beautyis A Joy ForByiy
Rltttw Pt. L. at
Ueif r rbf knv
txift ( Mtlittl
1 reit imamn
CB. T. FELIX fODlUUl'S MrJENTAi
"5l? teiW if&lSysB
A3f 3i wcwVfi wrreT
Uaisirtiual'ai Ofsann M ttt baa tan
for Ik tier aUlBuulJ
mJMMfaMMimWlntflfl. fl, MlQUa .tO.,
Cl Transfer Co.
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Aeroplane Soars With
COI.LEGK PARK, Md., Oct. 24. In order to demonstrate his con
tention that his aeroplane Is not subject to accident through the gasoline
engines stopping, Wilbur Wright today sailed his machine to a consid
erable height and then shut off his
slowly In tho air, soaring, gradually
unaccompanied by any damage cllhor
sii 1 a
PRINCE ITO ASSINATED.
(Continued frost list 1)
having been received In audience b y tho Umpcror nnd Kmpross. lie
traveled more or lens Incognito, be ng unaccompanied by any body
guard. With him were Murotn, a m ember of tho Japancso Houso of
Peers, Secretary Furuvn of the Prl vy Council; ' Secretary Mori of tho
Imperial Hqusehold, Secretary Koy amn ot the same department, and
Becretary Kel of the Foreign Dcpnr tment.
' Tho,obJectN)f the Prince was a most Impoi tnnt one, being no less
than' to determine the course of th 0 Japanese In, their diplomatic deal
ings with tho Powers In regard to M anehurla under the enlarged oppor
tunities given his government by th 0 recently ' signed treaty between
Japan and China.
' jfthMilif where lin met his dent h. wai in linvi, been the nxtrcme
point of' his 'Manchurlnn travels,
there 'to Vladivostock. v
Nor particulars of the assacslna tlon have been received, beyond the
fact that a Korean, boasting hlmso'if to bo an avenger of hlu people,
thr'ew Himself upon the Prlnco nt h'B hotel and Btnbbcd him- to death
bcforo'nny of those nenr could Intcr'fcre.
Japan Is mourning over tho new s.
Prince, lto lllrobuml was CO yen rs old and has been prominent In
Japanese1 affairs for the past forty-n vo years. Four times ho tins been
premier, was a leading dlploumt, Was resldcnl-gcncr.il In Korea an'd
lately confidential ndvlscr to the Emperor.
It witk due to n nlot to nssaHslnato him In 1SC3 that he was led MrBt
to visit civilized countries, where
of n'ntlous, nnd thus paved tho way
of the most Important factors In projurlng Japan to become one of the
great powers. In 1863 he fled from Japan, taking refugo from threat
ened murder on board an Kngllsh v
emerged from' his hldlng'place, and,
made a cabin-boy. On reaching Un
up the Kngllsh language to tome cxt ent. Then lie- beenmo ono of a Jap
anese embassy and assisted In tho Iirnt Angto-Japnnesu treaty.
UNCLE JOE'ENDORSES BOND ISSUE.-
ST. I.DIIIH. Oct. 24. Bneakcr Cannon. In n Hneoch delivered hero to
night, endorsed tho suggested Issue o
for tho Improvement of tho Inland w atcrwajs of tho country.
The Speaker was hero with Pre sldent Taft, whd Is looking over the
situation rcgarrllng'the proposed lm provement ot the navigation ot tho
Mississippi anL itij main tributaries. The party sailed tonight on a
river trip to New 'Orleans.
During the'day tho President m ado sovcrnl speeches, being every
where greeted by, groat gatherings o f the people.
'Si ,, 1 si aw
WEYLER.TAKES COMMAND OF SPANISH TB00PS.
t . . V$ r, !
MADRID, dct. '24. General W eylcr, who earned teh name of "Tho
tlutchcr" during the Cuban campal gn, was named today to take com
mand of the Spanish forces In tho Ca talonla province. ' This Is more or
less of a surprise, as it haB been pro dieted that the new ministry would
nominate Weyler'to tako command o f tho forces on actlvo duty In Mo
rocco. It has been decided, howover, n ot to extend the Moroccan campaign,
public1 sentiment In Spain being a
war any further. u J
1 1 a
AMEBICANS CAN'T CROSS FRONTIER TO HONDURAS.
WASHINGTON, Opi. 24. Prcs Idonf Zclnyn of Nicaragua hao Issued
an order den) lug passports to Americans desiring to cross the frontier
' from Nicaragua, Into Honduras. T no matter has been brought to tho
attention of tho state dopartment h ere.
ELS UWN JtflOH
r.t . . p 1 r
It a room can bo 'secured nt tho
Queen's Hospital, tho Honolulu I.xdgo
No. 01C, Ilcnovolent Order of Elks,
will furnish .same and maintain It for
the use ot sick members of tho order.
" The matter has been taken up by a
committee and a proposal haa "been
mado to tho hospital authorities. Tho
plan Is to leases' thd roorrt'by tho year
and to arrange It- so- that members
can feel that they are, In their own
quarters should,' they bo' unfortunate
enough to bo III.
A CARLE from Gray,B Harbor an
nounces tho departure ot tho American
schooner Dauntless with a shipment
of lumber for Honolulu. Thai lumber'
comes to tho order ot tho City Mill
Company, -, .,
Bulletin luitnaaa Offlca Phone 256.
nlleivii'K(iiviltBo(i Phone IBS.
Y - -' f
0. W. HcDotig!!, Prop.
Ar'm Navy and
powor. The aeroplane, circled
descending. The alighting was
to tho daring aeronaut or' to the
i's plan havlng''been lo return from'
lio enlarged liH views of the relations
for his remarkable career ns one
csscl. Thirty-six hours out he
being regarded ns n stowaway, was
gland he remained a year, picking
f bonds with which to Bccure funds I
o decidedly opposed to earning the
LOW' PRICES AT KASrC
Tho tromendous price cutting at tho
Hash Clothing Co. Is certain lto at
tract tho largest crowd that over at
tended a sale of men's goods In Hono
lulu. Tho 'quality of goods 'carried by
this firm Is ko well (known" In Hono
lulu that low 'prices' there have a don
be attraction ito tho buyer. Prices of
goods are quoted on ogo throo.
THK AMERICAN barkentlno 8t.'
Katherino, which sailed from Hllo on'
October "J, lsr'reported'to have arrived
"nt flcdondn yesterday. -Tho 'vesrfej ills-'
charged a shipment of'lumbcr'at the
ARRIVALS AT nallard Washington'
Included tho schooner W. II. Smith
which vessel sailed from this port oil
octohor 7 nttcr having discharged a
shipment of lurqber,
sjsajr-"Pr.r Sal" n.rdi a Bullatln.
Vineyard fit., Ewt of Nnuanu Stream
62 So. King St.
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IN FOREIGN PORTS I DEPARTED
Tuesday, October 28.
MALLARD Arrived Oct. 25:
Etlir. W. II. Smith, hence Oct. 1.
REDONDO Arrived Oct. 25:
Ilk. St. Kathcrlnc, from Hllo Oct. 2
GRAYS HARllOR Sailed Oct. 20:
fc'ehr. Dauntless, for Honolulu.
JAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 2C:
S. S. Hyades, for Seattle.
Monday, October 25.
3AN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 24:
Jap. cruiser Idzuma, for Honolulu.
DBLAWAHi: URDAKWATUn Ar
rlvod Oct. 23:
Sp. Dlrlgo, hence.
WIIDN THE Standard Oil tank
Etcnmcr Seminole, which Is now en
route from Hollo, Philippine Islands
io San FrancUco, has completed hoi
voyago tho amount of sugar alrcad
shipped and tn route to tho States vvll
reach 18,725 tons, or C 1-4 per cent o
total nrnbunt provided for frco cntr
under the provisions of tho Pnyno bill
Tho "Seminole's cargo will reprcsen
tho first direct shipment of sugar t
San Fr-uielrco since tho l'nyno bll
became a law. Four other' Bhlpmctit .
hnve"becn made, but all went to Nov
York on snlllug vcfbgIs nnd havo no
yet reached their destination. Tho vet
eels now on tho high seas bound fo
Now York nro ilio Arrow with 4321
tone, Drumcltnu with 2800 tons, Jo
hanne with fCOO tons anil tho Lnwhll
wllh'4400 tons on boird, mailing In a'
14.72.pi'tdns. When tho Somlnnlo ha
landed her 4000 tons In San Franclsct
18,725 tons will have been Importe
Into tho United States under tho Pnyn
bill, or Just 0 1-t per Cvnt of tlio 300
THE IIimCAU'or Navigation or tin
Nnvy Department has prupjred plan
for tho establishment of fuel oil tic
pots nt Hie naval stations nt Cnvlti
Guuin, Hnnoulu, nnd nt several placet
along tho Paclftr. coast, nventuall:
(hero will bo oil ships, just ns tiler
nro now colliers. In fact, tho vlan
hnvo been prepared for converting twi
coal barges Into oil baiges. It Is In
tended to ask Congress for funds t"
buld ships to carry liquid fuel. Thotc
8htia, of course, would obtain tliol
supply from tho r.hort stations, to b
established. While theso plans in
all teututlvo nnd Eiibjcct to changes bj
the general boaid.,tlio general pollc
of. having oil Btatlons and ships wll
'doubtless bo.adhcred to. Tho plan
for Improvements to tho coaling stt
tlons nro nlso subject to tho approva
of tho genera board..
THE INTER-ISLAND wharf was i
pretty busy place at noon tela
Three Bleamois sailed for various li
land IKirta between 12 nnd 1 o'clocl
with passenger accommodations vvol
filled. , The Mauna I-ou, departed fo
Komi nnd Kau porta with a varied at
sortment of general cargo. At th
samo wharf tho stoamer Iwalanl wa
taking on freight for a trip lo Kukul
liaele and the steamer Koaiihnu nisi
sailed for Knwnlhao and Mahukonr
with general cargo.
THREE HUNDRED tons of genora
cargo from tho United States by th
way of Han Francisco Is duo to nrrlve
nt' Honolulu tomorrow morning by th'
Pacific Mall liner Korea. Tho vobbc
la exported to show up boforo nooi
and will bo given a prompt illspatcl
for Japan and China ports through th'
agency of H. Hnckfcld & Co. Tht
Korea will take but little freight ro:
tho Orient. A few layover pubsengon
havo been booked tor tho East.
AN AVERAGE steaming of threi
hundred nnd fifty dx miles par twenty
four hours Is being maintained by the
Pacific Mall llnori Korea. Tho vessc.
hrji been reported by wireless aa voy
1 aging through moderate soas with Ugh.
northerly winds. Tho Korea is dm.
to nrrlvo nt the port on or about It
o'clock this morning. The vessel I
bringing mnuy pasBengcrB from Snr
FOUR THOUSAND Ions of Japanese
coal from tho Milk! mines; owned rtuc
operated by tho Mitsui Uuseun Knlslm
will nrrlvo nt Honolulu on or about
November 2 by tho United Statet
Army transport Dlx. Tho vcH3el U
en routo to Soattle, Washington, when
a Bhlpmont of Iced and forage mid r
deck load of Jiorsos will bo taken on
board, destined for tho Philippines.
ACCORDING TO advices received
at tho ocal office of tho American Ha
vtnllan StcaniBlilp Company, the
freighter Ncbraskan salcd from Kahu
lul for Hllo last ovcnlng nnd Is ex
pected fo get nwny from Hllo for San
FrnnclBCo this evening, Tho NebniB
kan carried several pasbengers from
THE IiniTISH steamer Falls of Or
chy, which .left Atlnutlo Itaugu with
a bhlpinnnt of coal amounting to ovot
six thousand tons, a week ago with
destination ob Honolulu, haB been In
tho Austrnllan-Plilllpptno coal trndo
for the- past year or more. The Falls
of Orchy U a fine .type ot freighter,
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M- BULLETIN ADS PAY
Monday, October 25.
Stmr. Nocaue, for Kapan, Kllauea,
Hnnale'l, 5 p. m. ' v
"Tuesday, October 20.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, for Maul nnd Ha
waii ports; pass, and gen. cargo, noon.
Stmr. Mauna Loo, for Maul and Ha
waii portB; pass, and gen .cargo, noon.
Stmr. Iwalanl, for Kukulhaclc; gvn.
Stmr. Kcatihou. for Kawalbae; gen.
l ' ' i
Stmr. Mtkiihala, for Molokal, Maul
and Lanal orts, 5 p. m.
Strnr. Klnad, for' Kauai ports; pa
and gen. cargo, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Llkellke, for Honokna; gen.
-8AILINQ TOMORROW t
P. M. S. S. Korea, for Hongkons'ivla
Japan ports; pass and mall, p. in,
Btmr. W. O. Hall, for Makawcll.
P. M. 8. S. Korea,
clsco, a. m.
from San Fran-
M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, from San Fran
cisco; p.iss., gun cargo, no mall,
A.-ll. S. S. Pleiades, from Scnttlo,
Stmr. Claudlne, from Maul portH,
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai ports;
pass, and gen. cargo.
Stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
wall ports; tntn and gen cargo.
P. M. S. S. China, Frlclo, from Yoko
inmn, a. In.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, from Hllo nnd
vny ports, a. m,
II I. J. M. eraser Idztuno, from San
Francisco, a. in.
P. M. S. 8. China, Frlclo, for Sun
'Vnnctsco, 5 p. m.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Maul mid
Mnwall ports, .Oct. 20. A.. R, Trap
mgen., A. M. Nowell. It. S. Hosmer,
ns. Sexton, A. G. Slnll, L Dowllng.
Mr. and Mia. II. S. Simpson, Job.
A'clch, K. C. Haylcss, C. D. King, Mrs.
I. Monsnrrat, Mrs. J. 8. II. Pratt, MrB.
1. A. I.ovy, Allen Herbert, Dr. and ,
Irs. Walton, I). 8. llowman. E. C. Por
y, W. A. Lane. R. Hind. R. U Hind,
Per stmr. Mauna I,on, for Kona and
an ports, Oct. 20, O. J Ileckcr, Miss
". Campbell, J. Cocrpcr, W. II. Lyman,
fared O. Bmlth, W. M. McKuado, MrB.
I. M. Wells, Dr. Derby.
Per stmr. Kinau, for Kauai ports,
3ct. 20. S. K. Kalo, G. N. Wilcox.
Mrs. Railway, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. do
Tries, Miss Glbbs. E. A. Knudscn.
Per P. M. 8. S. Korta. for Jnpan and
Jhliia iwrtB, Oct, 27. P. 11. Hell. Mlsa
'I. Pott, Geo. Gcrdcs, Mrs. Gcrdcs, J.
Per Btmr Claudlne, for'Mnul ports.
P. J. Hell, Mrs. J. W. U .Marshall, llov.
M. Q. Santas nnd wifo, 3 children.
'luford, at San Frnncslco.
Dlx, duo nt Honolulu Nov. 2.
Logan, sailed from Manila for San
Francisco, Oct. IS.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, from Manila, for San Fran
cisco, arrived, Sept. 15,
Malls nro duo at Honolulu from
3an Francisco Per Korea, Oct, 27,
Yokohama Per China. Oct. 30.
Vancouver Per SInrnmn, Nov. 13.
Colonies Per Makura, Nov. 9.
Moils will depart for tho following
polntc ns follows:
Yokohama Per Kqiea Ocl. 27.
'"an Frnncleco Per China, Oct. 30.
Vnncouvor Per' Mnlturu, Nov. 9.
Colonics Per Marama, Nov,"' 13.
ONE HUNDIti:!) and fifty days
lorn I.elth, the IlilllHi ship Itlvcrsldu
Is duo to.airlvo lieio nuiht nny diy.
The versel is bringing u genera curgo
if fertiliser consigned lo tho Hawaiian
Fertilizer Company. Tho Rlveirldo
Is in command of Captain Jenklss,
THE AMERICAN schooner Eva,
Willi n thlpmcnt ot lpmbar fiom
3raB Harbor and itesllned for Mahu
'lona, Ih ra-orcd to havo Balled from
'.ho Pacific Coast port on October 21,
tile, lumber is consigned ci tho Ha
waii Railway Company.
FIVE THOUSAND tons of Hawaiian
sugar hna arrived at Delawnro llreak.
water by tho American ship Dlrlgo.
Thq Dlrlgo! Bailed from Hououlu on
"t 'Jstirow wi jBeWifsW I