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EVENING BULLETIN, MAEOH 24, 1897.
8 EVENING IUTTjTETIN. MATiriTT 9i 1RA7.
A Boxia-Ma Closing
Out Sale !
3 On account of my departure from Honolulu I will for tho next 3XTAXX"frV
JDcty JSJ 0,r $40,000 in
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets,
Laces, Ribbons and 'Trimmings.
and all other Merchandise that a First-class Dry Goods Store general carries
Not at a Profit.
Not at Cost.
OF 25 PERCENT
03ST TI-TJB COST PRICK.
JSTo-w Gc&t tliisi JB&lg Impressed 033.
jji3 A Discount of 25 Percent on tho Cost Price of every piece of gooda
i in tho Store
1 23 If you aro skeptical get prices on the goods you want at other stores
' ' and then compare thorn with my figures.
. j JCST The TenrDle Of Fashion will be closed on March 29, 30 .
and 31, to allow our increased stuff to remark goods in plain figures.
t3b A. Sweeping' Reduction of
Price will bo given.
i m leavinb hqn
Temple, of Fashion,
Sell Ydu GDDds
Dn and After 'April 1;
at a Price that will make you exclaim, v
HDW DD YDU DD IT '7
THE ANSWER WILL BE
Close this Stock Out by
25 Percent on tho.Cost
SEA AMU HARBOR HEYS
vaiuoiin .uaiiinf: jurmH or
The Itto dc JmiPlro The S, S. Klnan
Inward thin Morning Oilier
City Front Note.
Tho littlo schoonor Millo Morris
is to sail at -1 p. m. tomorrow for
Japanoso brought by tho P M S
S City of liio do Janeiro number
Tho Bhip E B Sutton is in tho
stream. Hho will snil boforo tho
ond of this wcok.
Tho Esther Hub no is unloading
lumbor for Lowors & Cooko at
Customs Houso wharf.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 10:55
p in; high tide Btnall 9:30 a ni; low
tido largo 2:10 p m; low tido small
5:20 a in.
Freight from tho Sakura-maru
was all cleared out of tho Pacific
Mail warahouso today. The Rio's
freight is being fumiguted.
Tho Mikahaln will leave tomor
row at 3 for Kauai, tho Koauhou
at 12 for Hawaii, and tho Lohua
at 4 for Maui and Hawaii.
A native fisherman was rescued
from a watery gravo by tho steam
er Koala this foronoon. Ho had
been washed out of his canoo by
a big wave, and wasquito exhaust
ed when pickod up.
Bonds having beon given for
tho return of the rejocted Japau
orto immigrants by another vessel,
tho S S Sakura niiiru 1ms received
her clearance papers. Sho will
likely sail this evening for Seattlo.
Tho S S Kinau camo in at au
early hour this morning from Hi
lo and ports on tho way. She
brought no startling uows. Some
rainy weather) for which t)io town
is said to bo noted, wos had at Hi
lo last weok.
Tho barkontino S G Wilder has
cleared for San Francisco with
domestic produoo valued at S55,
553.72. Following were tho ship
raents: 5512 hags sugar by Castlo
fe Cooke, 5S37 bags sugar by 0
Browor & .Co, 3925 bags sugar by
F A Sohaofor & Co, 1419 bags
sugar and 27 balos wool by T H
Davics & Co.
Tho Hilo Tribune of March 20
says: Tho ship Genesta, from
San Francisco, thirteen days out,
arrived last Monday, Capt Charloy
Matson piloting her safely to this
port for sugar, to goto Now York.
This is tho first of three vessels to
arrivo hero for sugar outside of
tho Matson fleet; tho other two aro
tho Villard, from Portland, duo
any clay, and tho Indiana, from
Japan, that should bo hero in
about forty day?, all will tako sug
ar aiouud tho horn to Now York.
The Genesta will tako about 8000
tons, tho Villard about 2500 tons
and tho Indiana about 2700 tons,
i.ou oi run.
Tho skipporof tho littlo schoon
er Millo Morris, which arrived
last night, says tho natives of
Waialua naunht throe lame schools
of "akulo" ush a few days ago.
Tho lust sohool that camo in was
corralled with a largo not and
dumped into tho boat of tho
steamboat Kaona, whiohwas there
at tho time. There was Buoh a
largo number of tho finny creat
ures that tho boat was nearly
swamped. Tho sailors of tho Ka
ona luriclo a tarpaulin muster to
pay tho freight chargo to bring
tho fish to the city. Two other
big schools of fish were caught,
tho natives sitting up all night,
cloaning and salting their lucky
From China and Japan, per P
M S S ltio do Janeiro, Mar 23
B Brightwell, W Haskorl, W II
Dormor,Cohu lino, S Lemieux and
0 B Nouamur. Through: S H
Salono, Prof O McCauloy, Miss 0
UMcGilvon.'CautN KhUv. U K..
Capt J M James, ltov and Mrs W
II Noyes and two childion, F F
Rapor, E F Sweenoy, Paul M
Wenuor, G Wakofiold, A Wiso
mann. From Hawaii and Maui, per
Btmr Kinau, Mar 21 Volcano: J
H Soars and wile, P Oglo and
wife, Dr LH Harvoy and wifo,
Miss E Taylor, Miss E Owles,
Capt Fiiis, Mrs D McGregor.
Way ports: Mh Cahill, E D
Hnnrrniv. O K AVililnr Tfnn Tfn
JJ A Andrews, II C Austin; Jliss
J L Robook, L Asen, F Northrop,
Kau Keau, wifo and child, Mrs
Louoai, 0 H Dickey, Miss M
Lislunau, Rev M C Harris, Rev
G Heraga, Rov S Kauai, W J
Sheldon and 81 deck passongers.
From Kauai, par stmr Mikaha
la, Mnr 21 Mr Gorman and 2
From Kauai per stmt Koauhou,
Mar, 24 T J King and 3 dock
For Kauai ports, por stmr W G
Hall, March 23 F 8 Nowoll and
wifo, Mi'bb M Nowoll, Miss E
Nowoll, G Boardman, Dr Wullors,
M D Monsarrat, O Sorimger and
tho Bishop of Panopolis.
For Maui, por stmr Claudine,
Mar 23 F Brittan, wifo and two
children, Mrs Anna Aina, Ohastor
Doyle, Mrs Schraeder and servant,
Mrs J W Kalua, Miss Kalua and
For Sau Francisco, per P M S
S Rio do Janeiro, Mur 23 Rov
Jos H Smith, R Lowers. Chan L
Goodhue, Mrs Chas L Goodhue
and daughter, O E Fribigor, Wra
Rubo, M W Rady, Mr and Mrs P
Tumdat, Mnr. 23.
Btmr Kauna, Wilson, from Oahu ports,
Wednesday-, Mar. 21.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii and
Stmr MIKalia'a, Thompson, from Kauai.
Stmr Kuuiliuu, Thompson, from Knual.
Stmr KnnU, Mosher, from Oahu ports.
Tuesday, Mar. 23.
S 8 City of nfo ilo Janeiro, Ward, for San
Stmr Walalcalo, I'arl.cr, for Kauai.
,Stmr W O Hall, llaxlund, for Kauai.
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr Kauai, llrulm, for Kauai
Stmr Iwnlnnl, Gregory, for Labatna, Hono
kau and Kukulhaule.
Stmr Kltauca llou, Dennett, for Kaliulnl.
Wednesday. Mar. 24.
Stmr Kacna, Wilson, for Oahu ports.
Btmr Ildeuc, Fitzgerald, for Hawaii.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIUtOW.
Stmr Mikabala, Thompson, for Koloa and
Stmr Kcaubou, Thompson, for Kona and
StmrLchua, Nye, for Olowalu, Ifonohlnn,
(Iakalau, Ilouomu, l'ohaxumanu and Pepee
kco. OARQOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr Kinau 10,01(1 bas sugar, 201
sheep, 217 bags corn, 122 bags potatoes, CU
hides, 60 plgsaud 120 pkgs sund.
Kx stmr Kaala-?021 bugs sugar.
Ex echr Millo Morrlf-300 bags rice.
Ex stmr Mikabala 5137 bags sugar.
Kx stmr Kcaubou 3985 bags sugar.
VEBSELd IN POUT.
UBS Marlon, Greene, San Dlcgo, March IS.
(Coasters not Included In tbla list.)
Am schr Prosper, Johanncssen, Port Gam
ble, March 15.
Dr tk Itoutenbcck, Itodgcrs,' Liverpool,
Feb 7. '
Am ship W F llabcoek, Graham, S F,
Am bktu Kllkltat, Cutler. Prt Gamble, Mar
Am 1)1; Highland Light, Lewis, Departure
Hay, March 17.
Am scbr John L) 'lallanl, l'rt Gamble, March
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Pt Illalcely,
Am ulir Esther llulme, Andersen, Eureka,
Nor bk Fantasl, Andersen, Newcastle. Feb 21.
Haw bk Rosalie, Nisseu.Chemalmus, Feb 21.
Am schr Alnlia, Dabcl, d P, Feb 111.
Ilk Cullao, Rosier, Newcastle, Feb IB.
Am ship K II Sutton, Carter, S F, Mar H.
Am bktn S O Wilder, McNeil, ti V, Mar 0.
Am bk Amj Turner. Wullcn, N Y. Mr 7. '
Aiu ulilp HliiJ !' l'ackuid, Allen, Kobe, Mar 8
Am bk- Martha Dals, Soule, a F, Mar 1U
JupS SSakura-maru, Hiudy, Japan, Mar 10
FOR15IQN VF8SEI.S EXPECTED.
Am ship Iroquois SF ,,
Ambk Mnlllda, Pt Ulakely
HSUelglc. SF March 20
S S City ot Rio do Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 21
88 Warrlmoo Sjdncy, .....March 21
ilk ticnilnole,. ..... Newcastle Due
NIc bk Dominion Newcastle Due
(lor bk Paul lsenberg... .Liverpool Due
Schr Louis, Newcastle
Ilk Newsboy Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle ,.
Am ship Reaper.. .Newcastle
tik Fortuna Nowcaillo Apr 0
Schr Golden Bhoio. ..Newcastlo
fit-in tl 11 fiUiMl,... New castlo
Schr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolaul New York .... May ,11
Schr Olgu Newcastle. Mur 81
Am schr Alice Cook... Puget Sound,..,
Am bktn Charles F Crocker,.. Newcastle
Bk Nuuanu New York
Schr Wm liowden Newcastle April
Am Schr Oceania Vance,,. Newcastle, Apr 30
Am bk Mohican 8 F, .,.;
Am bktn W II Dlmond.8 F,
Prinlod ducks aro juBt as.good,
if' not bottor than anything olso
for boys' shirt waists. They wash
ancTvvear well, two vory important
considerations. Kerr has them in
u laVgo variety of patterns at eight
yards for ouo dollar.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A rare good bargain, was tho
buying ot a hundred dozen
shirt waists. 'And you Bharo
the benefits. Shirt waists of
nowest patterns in colorings
and cut go to you at a dollar.
The, lot is almost gone, some of
tho prettiest will not last 'the
A now stock of ladies and
mens hoso and half hoso at
half price. Cricketers flannel,
just what is wanted by men
who try with tho wickets, at
low prices. Outing flannels for
ladies, in beautiful shades.
Such linen duck bargains
were never heard of in Hono- ,
lulu. It's tho result of Btock ,
taking maybo over-buying
has something to do with it
whichover it is you are the
winner. Summer dres3 goods,
new importations, were nover
prettier than now. Tho weaver
seems to know as much as tho
designer these days, and ho
puts them together so they v
wear. .This applies to Dimities,
Organdies and Muslins. These
aro in fancies; the plains are as
A whole department of Cor
sets gives you tho clinnce
you've waited for. Prima
Donna, P. D., R. & G. and
ventilated. Tho price is light.
Navy Blue and Blnck rain
proof cloth is serviceable for
wraps at this season.
Stock taking affects Turkish
Towel prices tho same as every
thing else. This is customers' ,
week in profit sharing.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
J J. WILLIAMS
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TABLE BOARD THE FINEST
.... INCLUDING MAM- ,,,,
Palatable (German Dishes.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENEM 'COMMISSION AGENTS,
Cor. Fort trad Quuon Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale 'Importers and Jobbers ot
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Qneen Streets. '
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalers jn, Lumbor and Coal j
and Building Materials of nil
Queen Street, Honolulu,