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Our Big Book Sale
Will be in progress Every Day This Week. Make your selection of the sets you wish at as early a date as possible. After our pre
sent stopk is exhausted we cannot supply others at these Special prices.
that the prices
you on request. . Late Fiction, Children s Books, Religious Books, and Books of Travel all at reduced prices.
The Crossroads Bookshop, lidi9
lluvv.iil.lll Sl.ilnl. .
ah rbltlng minDrn clAtc
Order are cnrdlitly InvltecF'tO
itlornl mcMngs of local lodgM
tt K. P. Hnll
7:30 P. M.
rtARINE ENGINEERS' olhn amo
fllEFICIM.ASVIHKffl. cition cot.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. ,1, I. O. R. M.
Meets eviry llrst mid third Tuesday
or i.nili iniintli In I'ratcnilty Hull, I. O.
I) V. building. Visiting brothers cor
.11. illy Invlteil to nttilid.
V J. ItullINSON. Sachem.
i: v. toiid, c. of n.
SOHOLULU L0T3GI, G18. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No 618, D. I'. O.
rflii. meets In their hall, on Kins
Jtreet, near Tort, every Friday tT
ilng. Visiting Hrotbers ur cotdlnlly
n vital to Httenl.
i) i. n. iBMNnnita, b. it.
OEO. T. KI.UKOUL, Beo.
WK HcKINLEY LODGE. HO. "8,
E. of P.
(eit vtry 2nd and 4th Saturday
itenlug at 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot P.
Hall. cor. Kort and lloretunla. VUlt-
,hr uiiiiuvin wiuiuii iu(i,u . .-,
V. F. KIMIEY, C. C.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. It. fl.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrst and third Friday nt
7 "( o'clock, Pytblan Hall, corner Here,
tanla and Fort streets. Vlsltlng(broti
ers inrdlally Invited to attend.
K. DKC'KClt. C. C.
O. II KINK, K. of lt.'& S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0 1E.
Meets on second nnd fourth Weiliics.
day evening of each month nt '7'.3d
o'clock. In Sail Antonio Ilnll, 'Vhfrynrd
strict, near Kimu.i. Visiting- brothers
no Invited to nll'ind
PAA'IS, W. P.
MILTON & PARSONS
Have received ex fllcrra especially
trimmed OTRCET and DRESS HATS,
HOTCL ST., Opp. Young Cafe
illJAHTH'tJI. WllITl" PIH.T
Millinery Parlors, Boston Duildinp
quoted in our catalogue are our regular prices, not the sale prices.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tiiku your red nickel stumps to tlio
(liven Stump Stoio on Ilcrctutila,
Thu biggest cholera germ known Is
on exhibition at thu Anchor Saloon.
School books approved by the Hoard
of Kducutlon, nlso all school supplies
lit Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd.
K yon want u good Job done, on nn
nulo or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co. 427 Queen SL
Ti'iulerH ncic culled jcsterdny by
Superintendent or I'Mueutlon Willis T.
l'npe fur u Ihousan'd Kchool desks of
the loiiihluatlon typo.
WA.STKI) Four nioro passengers to
nuke up motor party for u trip
aiiiuml the Island, Jti.00 each, Lewis
Stables mid llarngo. Tel. 2141.
Olllci.il permission was grunted this
iiiornliiK by Judge V. .1. Robinson In
tlio I'lreull CouU for lo Tim and his
wire Uil She lo adopt little U-o On. .,
I'ood ('(immlsKloner Kdvvurd Jli
HhiiK hard should bu back again at
bis ulllco next .Monday. Ilu was given
a neck's vacation to get man led and
II will he up (lieu.
The old hark Alden Hesse, formerly
In service between Han 1'cdro and
Honolulu. .'was towed to Iledondii
Meet-Oil thc'llc-ich bv the Fellir Polvscoiio Oom-
2nd and 4thjpnii) In making moving picture lllms.
with a cist of 1UO people.
Malt forwarded from the Islands foi
the Coast In tlio Pacific Mali liner
Mnnchiiilu Is reported to have arrived
nt Sun Francisco at elevon o'clock
yesterday morning. The Manchuria
nailed from Honolulu taking uhoht
fifty cabin passengers.
After nn hour and n half on the
witness stand Charles I,. Hopkins, the
Hawaiian Interpreter, found yester
day that he had only managed to give
his name and address. The reHt of
the time was taken up with attorneys
lodging objections and arguing on
At the hack of President I'ratt's
chair In the Hoard of Health room the
maps of the sanitary survey have
beon collecting until there was such
u big heap that It was almost Impos
sible to Had the one jou wanted. Now,
however, the whole matter has been
settled and a neat inup stand put In.
Tlio ciihc In which the County of
Hawaii sued .1. (1. Henrlqucs for al
lowing cows to stray on tho road Is
to lomo up before the Supremo Court,
the papers being tiled this morning.
Henriques Is appealing against tho tie-
fclslon and Is asking that a bill of'cic
jceptlons he decided.
lito yesterday nrternoon Judge,
..j.msurrai, ueiorc wnom iweiiiy-iuroe
Chinese .guniblers wore tried, scntenc-.
od theni each to hay a fine of nlrio
dollais and costs of court. Ah Chnu
the banker was fined twenty-fivo dol
lars. It -Is likely that ho will be ar
rested for carrying a revolver with
out a permit.
AI.OXZO OAHTl.KY left last night
for a brief business trip to Kauai.
C, II. UltOWN etpects to go to
Kauai next week on business, return-
I j -oi:RAI,I)
I .' ' ' .
of fort Smith, Ark.,
has iet.Hri;d to tho coast after spend
ing some time here.
Hit. J. S. II. 1'IIATT, Secretary
Molt-Smlth and others uro hooked for
Ihn Mauna Uia next Tuesday on u trip
around Hawaii and Maul.
IIAHON Y. SAkXTANI, former mln-
Isler or finance of Japan, will bo In
Honolulu nol Tuesday on tho Slber-
I hi. ivtiirnlng hoirio from Riirdpe.
Mil. AND JIUS, KhWAltD C.
ItltOWN wore passengersjn the T. K.
I" liner Chlyb Muhi from tlin bifoiit.
.Mr, llfow'11 Is now In charge of the,
Oriental business for Hie Dearborn
Drug Company. Until about u year
ago bn was I ho hutnngcr of the Ho
nolulu brunch. Mr. and Mrs. llrown
aro gnosis of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O.
lioyer ut their l'unuhou residence
during I hell- brief slay In Honolulu.
At one tlmn Mr. Hi own was president
of the Commercial Club,
J Ait needlework and notion slnro for
I sale at il bargain for cash. Splendid
' eh.iiifit for Uc'ly with littlo.-odpiliil.
Apply 1141 Kort St. f.OHO.Ct
City Transfer Co. -
JA8. H. LOVE
Ulllll CAKKIES VALUABLE CARGO
, T. K. K. TO DECLARE D1VI
Big Japanese Liner Sailed For the. Coast This Morning With
Few Passengers Manna Loa Brought Kona Songsters.
.Sheridan From Manila Will Carry Twentieth and Elfects.
Japanese liners are iccclUug a big
shaio of the valuablo sllk-thht Is bo-
fug transported from China and .la-
i... i...... i... r... i.
J'tlll iu illf luuiuuiill) jmirttiih ihu
cargoes can led by llnurs which liae
iccrnlly called at Honolulu en rou.o
I.. ..,. I.Vnl,lani
In the Tojo Risen Kalsha sleamor! Zo!"a"1'"1' ' VMliM IU ,llko !
Chl., Maru which Hailed at ...porysholt stay at this poll. I ho ye.,.
, .. , ... , i.- . tl tri on riMilft to Vtctiiila mill van
...mi.... .in.., ,.ni. ..r .111, i.i,i..
quantities of freight which Is highly"', '"",l1 "'''l""1"'1 "' wniuil pine..,-
According to leports brought by the
olllce'rs, the To)o Ktscn Kalsha Iu
predicted would declare a twelve iier
cent dividend following tho nnlliiil
mooting which was lo have been held
at Tokyo on September -'Uth.
The Tdyo Klsen Kalsha, which tu
currcd a loss of over 1,065,000 you
for Us two periods In 1'jod wiped out KIB- " u0 "r
the deficit Iu tho second halt of last!,ll,,lr '"llu '" "
year, bwlng to the revival In
kMpltlng huslnees, tho company wnh
ableHlo obtain it net profit of over
1 lOlVOlin vpti fnr Ihn lnat linlr vnnr.
... .i, I a .ii-.. (..,... i, .i.i.in.i'slde her whaif nt nn early hour this
to iuy a dividend Tor tho period ut
the rate of 12 iwr cent per annum on
the preferential shares and 5 per cent
on tho ordinary shares, for tho halt
year Just ended. It has also been
derided tbat n. ltortfon nt the mofit
realize,'l .Inrinir Iho i.nHdd shall be sot
asldo as a leservo agalhst deprecia
tion Inhevaluo bf slcuiners.
innueWj jpainyo .Maru on ucr. niaiu
ch vvoago across tho .Paciflq carried
silk alono which was valued at nearly
two million dollars.
Tho Chlyo left nlno cabin passen
gers and 132 Asiatics, of Iho utter,
22 Klllplnos came to tho .Islands, for
tho Hnwallan Planters' Association,
the remainder of tho Orientals being
Tho Illimitable ' Tommy" McCoombs
was found in tho purser's office, he
Having been delegated to make n
round trip, In thu Chlyo during the
vncallon of Purser Chapman. Mc;
Coomtis has been traveling the Pa
cific for years and there nio Tew olll
cers Iu tho servlco who nre bettor or
moie ruvorubly known to tlio travel
li.g public. 'Tllilll
Thu Chlyo met with fair weather
on tho vi ago with tho exception of
a couple of itujs out fiom Yokohuiilii.
lint one cabin passenger joined tlio
ship nt Honolulu. Tho vessel was
given a mall for Iho mainland and
left tho wharf promptly at ion o'clock.
Zcalandla Will Not he Crowded.
According to advices leeelved nt'
tlio agency of T II, l)avles niui Com
W.C. Peacock &Co;, Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rourje Wines
Sole Agents Mupim's Champagne
' - ' ( Schlitz Beer
i: 3 t
- Phone 1281
piny tho' CaliWIaii-Aiisir.illan Hi"1'
zc-illindl.t fromf sjnnoy, Aiieuiami nn.i
Hmn. .1110 o arrive iipioi.ii or a.imi
1'iM'li 'luohday will Hot he crowded
... l.,.rt ...III l.
wu" l''' "
'"".""" "' ' " "L L!" "T ..
""'" ' " .......... v.. ...... .,.u
couver and In departing will bo given
Melody on the Mauna Loa,
Thu lnler-island Stoam N'.'ivlg itlon
Company liinuguiiited a ne,vv deparliiru
for tho benellt of travelers on tho
impular Konu jin 1 Kim liner pn the
homeward trli.) A muslcaloigjidza
Hon, declared by leturulng" pissen
to ho or lio mean ability added
oi'our.im nbouiidliii: In
i,0lulis that to residents of windward
Hawaii nave long since, become ipiltc
When tho Mauna Uu enmo along
morning, sounds wclo henr.l coniliig
fr,)m ,10r ,,ceks ,l,nt w,"'l l,uvo I'""''
e'l unt ' " vaudovillo siirfoltcd
Sovcn Jackasses fiom Konn wcto
Included In tho list of livestock for
' lft. In addition to tho ship
lieiu iil cuuuries vveiu sovuiai inisu
bullocks, crates of turkeys, pigs, 21
calves,- 20 cows, 21 crntes. chickens, 4i;
sacks awa, G3 boxes fruit, 73 harks
beans, 82 bunches bananas, 2375
cases fcnuncd pineapples, 7100 sacks
sugar nnd 285 packages sundries.
Nebritkan, Next A..H. Steamer.
According t advices received liy
Oencinl Krelghl Agent C. 1. Morfco ot
tho American-Hawaiian line, the
freighter Nobrnsknn will ho tho next
arrival at the port. This vessel wll
omit l'nget Sound isirts on tho tilp
coming direct from Sun Francisco anil
bringing transhipped cargo loft iit tho
Isthmus of Tchiiantepcc.
According to repoit received' hero
the American-Hawaiian steamers
leaving New York during August In
cluded tho following; California!),
Aug. 12; Hawaiian, Auk. Hi; tleorgl
an, Aug. 2 1, mid Keuturki.in, Aug. 3I.
But Little Sugar Left Behind.
IMiiser Sheldon of tho Inlcr-lslnncl
rteamer Mauna lyia leports but HI tie
sugnr as hlivtng been left belllihl at
Kona nud Kim pints of call. Accord-
lug ito the sugar list thmo yet re
mains 1" 177 liifLu nt I'minliiii mid
- 1120 siIcKh at lioiliinpo. Tho Mnnnii
TIDES SUN AND MOON
cf sc il rs
c c i. 5-
a jj, ii '
Oct. pill. il 111. pVu
3 i i.e.. I o ii. m ?.:
3 151? 1.0 I.S.". S.IU
4 l.s i,s i.r.i sic
r . mo is s.is o
o :.ii i.i si; Dl'l
it in i in.
" 3 11 1.4 .1-30 .9i
K XV 1 0 3M O-W
1 30 s r.T j i:
3. IS Bfcl' S C.
s.:n .-, ci
1 "till moon (ieinber 7 lit ,";Tu
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JNE ISLANDS
(Special Cable lo Men-hauls' I J
Exchange.) . . .
Frlihij, October 0.
nitAYS IlAKHOIt Anlved, Oct.
sclir. Curlier Dove fiom Kahulul
NKW(1ASTI.K Sailed. Sept. 2$. Nor.
S. S. Klua, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrlviiil, Oct. C, H. S,
Korea, hence Sept. 25.
1'OIIT AM.KX Arrived, Oct. I, schr.
Defiance, fiom Columbia ltlver.
WIIIKI.ICSS U. S. A. T Sheridan
will arrive tomorrow morning and
null In the nrternoon foi- S.m Fran
l.na leturneil thin morning with n
small list ot cabin passengers. The
vessel met with moderate weather and
light rains along iho roast of Hawaii,
Tho steamer Maul Is duo ( airivo
at Honolulu on Saturday with a full
shipment of sugar, should weather
permit, nnd a deck load of caltlu se
emed at Kawalhao. Tho steamer
Wallolo Is repoited discharging cargo
nt l'.iuuhau ahd tho steamer Heleno
nl l'aaullo taking on sugar and leav
Will Join Weir Fleet.
When tho Norwegian steamer Chris
tian Hois, well known at this pint,
arrives heio enily uot month with a
cargo of coal from Km folk for thu
Mmo Island navy nrd, sho will en
ter Iho toivlce of Audiovv Weir, be
ing under charter to Joad lumber for
Australia. After discharging her coal,
tho fielghtcr will proceed to Kureha
to take u largo shipment of -roiwood,
and fiom thero will go to the Sounl
to complete her load. Another steam
er to enter tho Vplr llvct Is tlio Hrl-
tlsh ft fighter Strnlhlyon. which Is
now nt l'oitland. This vessel was In
Iho Meet of the PorUand-Anhilic Com -
pauy, wincn wus recently tnKen over
weir iuioroBis unrouicie.- '
To Be Largtt Sailer, j v
Whllo tho sailing vessel Is gradu
ally disappearing fiom tho high seas,
'lilt exception is to bo noted In tho , ,)0rsons wcro turned down by tho
giant j.u France, about to bo launch- privy counbll.
ed. Tills monster sailing craft wlll A guint or'laud mitdo alongsldo tha
be 303 reel In length, with a beam of piece under iIIscuseIou later on, was
B2 feet, jiini will bo tho Jargust wind- described as adjoining government
Jammer Iu the world. Sho will parry anu-, yr over ll(lrty ye-irs the reals
19,500 squaro rect or canvas upon flvo r,m n,u (1 woro eullected by Ko
masts, which Is expected to glvo her kualiaon, who iidmliilslrnlod tho Isl
ll wonderful speod. Tlio vessel w)ll ,.,.,1 0f Maul nnd hn ulvvavs turned 111
bo lighted with electricity nnd havo
a sicani neaiing pinui. A nuniier 01
laigo clihlns, ilchly rulnlshed, will
bo provided for passengeis. Kor ui
In calim I.a Krailce will ho e.iulnod
wn 1 a nuiaii aimuury ongino.-cnr(i.
Snarim from thr Wlrrl.
M. N. S. S. llonoliil.tn, eu initio lo f ' 8' tj;. :i"' "MsIbuim1 to the lufeiv
u ' 1. . i.i ... t . !.. ...11. . ii Island Stentn Navigation Company, Is
J-an l-r.hclco, p. m.-Mn tulles ot.lj ll,H,r,pd u lM (um ('io
', ' . . ,tl Irallan pint on September 28th. The
i. K. h. b. H. biiinyo Mini, en NI,Ha(, llll( r.IIKl, Hi,i,i u.,.10 lcro
ioiiIo lo otiollalun, S i in -sw) utiles . nl)011t 0clili10r th.
'!llt' i A twenty-lhito day tilp Is credited
O. S. S. Sierra, en roulo io San the American schooner Carrier
Vranoli.ro, 8 p. in. r.oo hilles out. Dove, which is leporled to h.ivo ur-
I;. S. A. T. t'.heildan en luuto rroln lived nt Oruy's tliitliiir yes.erday with
Manila, la Nagilsilkl, S p. in. p.!iX halasl. The M'ssel sailed from Ha
ndles oh; epect to ahlvo SalunlaV hiilul atlor having discharged a shlp
Inoipjng, meiil of lumber.
Ma ' Tho N'orwegl.iu slcamer Thordls lias
German Bark Reported In Distress. foundered ofl Ihu well roast of Uani-
Advlcos from Iquhpio roirt the cliillka, according lo IhHIcoh received
arrival thero of Jim dverdiio floriuiiu al Sun I'ralicHco. Tho plHsenRC,,n
'bail: Miigdaleno Vlnucn rnuil Mill :t:i. ciovv were saved,
'fnlhot. Tho Ivessel's rigging hvi.is "Iho ll'iilled Stales unity lra'nsi')il
'damaged ns a result of Iho soveio Shennan which Hulled Truin S.in
wcalher sho cucoiilljoied. TIiIb vim- KimiicIbco ut noon jeslerday Is evfiecl-
Bel was foimcily tho Ililtlsh bark e, lo nrrlt'o at Hoholiilu'on or aboui
Diumtaffungo. next Thursday.
on any of the sets will be mailed to
FRUIT, FLY IN
I III! 1111 1 Hill I
Tho board of agilcillluio nnd foros
tiy will pot bolt In its fight against
Hie rrult My.
Tho members decided jeslonlay
that one of Iho most luipottunt mat
leis In eoniiectlou with tho safety of
tho Islands nt tho piesebt I lino Is to
hapless on tho Califoinl'iu people the
fart thai llawnll stands icmly to lull
hoi self and do what Is ioyslblo 'lo
keen tho i.est under nnd also lo pio
vent lis spread to tho mainland ami
Iho boa id aio to cairy this plan out.
llcforo leaving Kntomologlsl Caine,
who g to niake his tcpoit lo tile
California nulhorllles, suggested that
California might pay hair of tho esti
mated cost. This matter .was nlso
lat,in nil by tho hoard and discussed
hut as they can do nothing further
along Iheso Hues until the matter Is
hcllled at tho other end It ha.i nccos.
sarllv to lest In abeyance.
All tho plans ot Iho hoard ale made,
and any tuilher details necesynry will
ho worked out by Commissioners How
sett uihl .liidil. Just as soon as wor I
Is leeelved from Calllouila then die
fight will start and bo continued until
that stage has lioc-n leached when the
ll is under some sort of control.
LAND CASE FOR
(Continued from Pa 11
It has been known throughout tho
cmilts us tho "Ijibalna laud else," In
which tho govciiimcul claimed certain
Kind on tho wntcrrrout nt Uihnlun
but which tho lllsliop estate claimed
did not belong to tho government.
Tho evidence put forward by tho
attorney general's department n Inlet
was ae follows: Iu tho Into forties the
land commission awarded Vlctoim
Kamamalu the nhiipu.in of Poloau on
.vluul. Tho avvar.v was made by name,
only and no special hmnduilcs wore
noted nleo tho award did not slate
whether that Jileco of land now tinder
discussion was Included In the aim
puna or not.
The Tenllory fuilher claimed that
the privy council before thu uvvnid
' nllule uy tll0 commission decided that
tho 'particular piece of land under ill
ciissluu and known ns Pa Peleknno
should always ho icserved for gov
ernment purposes for hlstoilc len-
aiso imii ooin iicioro nun uner
tno.awhnl npulications' made bv varl
thts money lo tho givcrument.
Tio decision was given against Iho
Tenlloiy 011 the gioundii that they
,,., , ,,llivri, ,, t,80 ,,B, T)lo
,.ah0 w IOar, In iho laii.l couit he
,,, Jlll(.0 w j, ni,nson.
' " niiiiiiiieiii .11 1-11111 l.ou. mmriimii',
Successors to llrown k r.ynn Co, Mil.
Per T K. K. S. 3. Chlyo Mnru.fron
Japan and China Oct. 6.- Kor llimo-
liilu K. C lliown, Mis !:. C. lliiiwn,
T. Ishlil.i, Mrs. H. Isoshlnia. Mrs. S.
Machldn and 2 chlldicn, Miss T. N'a-
kamuia, W C. Nlhlelt, . Peielslioir,
II. I.. Phillips, .Mrs. II I. Phillips, K.
A. Scranlon, Mrs. K. A. Seranloii, M.
Takeshllii. Kor San Krauclseo: Itev.
Van Dyke, Mrs. Van Iljko and child,
Miss M. 1). Mottim. Miss A. ft. Mor
ion, C. K. Norton, MIsh Shepinnl, Mrs,
I.. I,, llrown (iaslou Clans, I,, A Cox,
!'. 11. Kernald, Mrs. S. W IViiliun. M.
I'ullta, .Mr". Ilallou Master llallon
l)r. I. Ishlgiuo. It. Ixiiuda'auil servaui,
II. Kuwagiislil, T. Komada and ser
Miut, Mm. T. Knniada Infant and
maid, T. Kiiriishluia, S. 'Mat'iuuiaiu,
Mis. .V. W. Mclvor, If. Moil, A. 1)
Piiiileo, Mrs. A. 1). I'aidue, Mis. J. I).
Spreekels, T. Tnguchl. V.,Tal.aH;il.l, S,
Takiisugl, K. Yasul.avvn.
Per slmr Mauna l.ou, from Kona
and Kau iuts, Oct. S.-r-P. S. Dodge.
Mrs. Dodge, Mrs. V. K; llllk'e, K. .1.
l.liideimnu, Mls.t II. if. Tailor, Mis
It. W'hllllnglnn, S. T. Couday, C.
Ilolliv Henry Leslie, Mis. Julia Kapu.
M. C. Do Mello, V. I;'. Kiost, .1. I),
.lohlisou, .1 CaeeieH. .1. (hdilsteln.
Mis. Cosla, llev. Hesliiilek, C. IC.
Copeland, II. il. Wells, K. 14. Harvey.
Per slmr. W. (1. Ilnll, for Kami,
Oct. r.. IU J. John A (larlley, Miss
Sevcs, John Seven, K, C. Hopper, J.
W. Neal, ,M. Hernial', Mrs, llawos.
-rj -. -
Per stmr. Cluttdlne, Mr Maul and
Hawaii, Oct. G- D. II. Mnidoch alid
wife, M. MeilelriH, Miss J Jones .7.
W. Ilnllanl I). K. Kahiulello, J. 11.
Rlowait. O. C. Ilarmer and wife. Mm.
I. 14. Taylor, 11. Kobawislil, Slug Yau,
Yec Sing, Miss Kptlolin, Miss It. C.
Pcarle, .Miss C. Julia, .Miss Khigsbuiv,
D. C Hums.
Per stmr. Mauna I .on, for Maui and
llawnll, Oct. 10. II W. M. Wlish.
Sir. Siuiw, J). Shepherd, J. S. 11.
Pratt, i:. A. Mott-Siultli, O. S. Weight,
C. II. Hoffman nnd servant, Mrs. I
S, Aungsl, Dr. 1). It. Cnrrle. Surgeon
Per stmr. Klnau, for Knii.il, Oct.
10. W. M. (llffard, II. II. Iliodlo, Mis?
Trutnpler, .Mis. Mcnefngllo and two
children, C. II. llrown.
Malls are due Trom thefollo-lng
points as follow n:
San Krnnclscn Slheila, Oct, 10,
Yokohama Mongolia, Oct. 21.
Victoria Mnkura, Oct. 11.
Colonies Zeahindla, Oct. 10.
Malls will depart for tho follower
points As follown;
Yokohama Siberia, Oct io.
Vancouver Zenlandlii, Oct. 10,
San Krauclseo Wlllielmluu, Oct. 11.
Sydney Mnkura, Oct. 1J.
Dix, sailed for Manila, Sept. 29.
1-ogan, anlved Manila. Oct. 2,
Sherman, sailed fiom San Praiiclscn,
Pherld.in. sailed fniin Manila Tor Sail
Kianclsco, Sept. M at Nagasaki
Crook, arrived S. P, Apr. 13.
Iliifiird, sailed rrnm Honolulu for San
Kranclnco, arrived Aug. in.
Waiien Slationed at tho Philippine,.
Thomas nt Sail Kialiclsco uinltr io-
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lluvarl.i Kbe was buin In N'evvpoi'l,
N. II, III ISII". and had resided In llu
toiii slneo 1S70,
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