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A Bona-fide Closing
Out Sale !
jffST On account of my departure from Honolulu I will for the next 3XTJLnL"fcy"
X3a,y JSJ offer $40,000 in
, Ladies' Furnishings, .
v Boots and Slioes,
Hats and Caps,
Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and. Velvets,
Laces, Ribbons and Trimmings,
and all other Merchandise that a First-class Drj' Goods Store general carries
- Not at a Profit,, -
Not at Cost.
Rnt. at n THscormt,
02ST TEDE COST PHICiC.
3NTcw CSrOt tlxiss 'EPsLcrt XiaL-paressoci on
3 A Discount of 25 Percent on the Cost Prico of every piece of goods
in tho Storo
$&r If you are skeptical get prices on tho goods you want at other stores
and then compare them with my figures.
IPS The TenTOle OJT FashiOn W'N bo closed on March 29, 30
and 31, to allow our increased stall' to remark goods in plain figures.
.A. Sweeping' ZRecLttction of 25 Percent on tho Cost
Prico will bo given.
Temple of Fashion,
TI. iBIXtUlkf - " . - Prop,
rri tin an mim iw
a ell Ygu U-ddcLs -
Dn and ilfter April "1
Price that will make you oxclaim,
130 YDU DD IT ? '
THE ANSWER WILL BE
LEAV10 HONOLULU FOR GOOD!
Must Close this Stock Out by July 1.
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 25, 1897.
CITY FRONT NEWS
XOIKH 1U'KI: I ON SIII1" AND
More Lumber l'rom I'uect Nound-Iiq.
liiE Aloiiff tho Ctlr Front t
The H.N. Warrimoo.
Tho etcamor Koauhou takes 125
tons of bono meal to Punaluu this
Tho Japanese) steamship Saku-m-iuuru
laft yoatorday for Seattle,
Tho ship Bonj F Packard mov
ed to Oceania wlinif this morning
to receive sugar awaiting lior.
Tho S S Warrimoo from tho
"Laud of Kangaroos" is looked
for at any tinio. She was duo yes
terday. Tomorrow, high tide largo 11:54
p mj high tide small 11:10 a in;low
tido largo 3:15 p m; low tido small
C:25 a m.
Steam was gotten up in tho old
dredger today. It is a useful old
machine, and did good sorvico be
foro the now ono was built.
Tho American ship E B Sutton
("il" tiny MfWnoo for New York
with 45,608 bags Bugar. Tho boat
swain deserted tho other day. A
Jap was shipped in his placo.
Mato Nioholsen of tho Nooau
has a patent whistlo. A roportor
who happened to hoar its silvery
noto was much ploased with it,
and offorod to buy. Nio. wouldn't
This mom, at an early hour, tho
barkontiuo Skagit arrived in port
from Pugot Sound with G05.00Q
feet of lumber for Wilder & Co
She had a pleasant possago of 15
days irom Port Townsond.
Wednesday, Mar. SI.
Stmr J A Cummins, Semlc, from Oalin
Tiiunsiuy, Mar. 25.
StmrNocau, Peterson, from Kauai.
Stmr James Miikec, Tullctl, from Kauai.
Am tUtu Skagit, lioblnsou, from l'ujtt
Bchr Luka, from 1'aaullo.
Wedvesdat, Mar. 24.
Sclir Eautkcaoull, for Hawaii,
Am bktn S 0 Wilder, McNeil, for San
Jap S S Sakura-maru, Brady, for Seattle.
Thursday, Mar. ?5.
Stmr J A Cummins, Stark-, for Oahu
Stmr Mlkaliala, Thompson, for Koloa and
Stmr Kcaabou, Thompson, for Koua and
Btmr Lclma, NyevWor Olowalu, Honolilua,
Hakalau, Honomu, I'ohauumanu and I'epec
kco. VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and Ha
waii. 0AR0OE8 .FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Ex stmr James Makec 28V) bugs Bugar.
Exstmr Nocau-4UO bag iunr, 15 pkg,
Ex stmr J A CummIns-000 bass susar
000 ban rice.
Ex scbr Lukn-2000 bags sugar.
rvi:ssELd ih roar. '
U S 3 Marlon, Greene, San Dlcgo, March 13.
(Coaatcrs not Included tu this list.)
Am sthr Prosper, Johaniiceson, l'ort Gam
ble, M inJi 15.
Br Ik Ktiulinlicdt, ltoilscrs, Lhcriiool,
Am ship V E Ilabcock, Graham, 8 F,
Mar 'J. '
Am Uktn KllUItat, Cutler, Tit Gamble, Mar
Am bk Mlslihnd Light, Luvls, Departure
llay, March 17.
Am scur John D Tallant, Trt Gamble, March
Haw bk Dtimoud Head, Waid, l't Illakely,
Am clir Kutlicr Uuhnc, Andeit'en, Eureka,
Nor bk Kantnnl, Anderstii.Newiastle. Feb 21.
Mow bk Rosalie, NlssenX'lieiualmus, Feb 21.
Am Hchr Aloha, Djbel, a F, Feb ID.
Hk Culhio, Knstcr, Newcastle, Feb IS.
Am ship K II Button, Carter, d F, Mar 5.
Am bk Amy Turner, Wallcu, N Y. Mr 7.
Am ship ilenj F Tutkaid, Allen, Kobe, Mar 8
Am bk Martha Davis, Soule, d F, Mar 1U
A G-roqined cottago, stables
and servant's quartets, situate on
Wilder avenue. Large grounds
well laid out and planted with
fruit ond ornamoutal trees; ouo
full set of furniture and (looking
stove cau remain in tho house u
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King street. -
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Torohon aud Valenciennes laces
oro still in groat demand. L. U.
Korr has a elinlcn lot. whinli 1m iu
1 ul4l1llirynflrMUftofi-,r,aail,1.-,.nt..i &
I b !. ulUO,
Till! COLI.IIO OAHK.
Juilce Vllrn.!iinill the Ucleiulnut
for rrlnt In the Circuit Court.
Judge Wilcox prosidod at tho
examination of Wra. J. Coolho
this morning on a chargo of em
bozzlomont. Olias. Oroighton ap
peared for tho defondaut, who did
Judge do la Vorgno tostified
that tho defendant was clerk and
interpreter of tho District Oourt
of which ho was tho judge, and
that as Buch clerk ho had chargo
of tho monoy paid into court for
fines up to February 8 or 9, when
inconsoquonco of information re
ceived from tho deputy marshal
ho found a shortago of S140 in tho
amount turnod over by Ooolho to
him compared with that turned
over to Ooelho by IRo deputy
marshal's clerk, lie called tho
defoudant into his ofiico either on
tho 8th or 9th and informed him
of tho discrepancy and askod him
if ho had beou borrowing any
monoy from tho govornment. Ho
,Baid nothing. 1 thon told him I
had hoard lie had borrowed money
from tho government while ho
was Marshal's clerk, lie then
said ho had dono wroug and
would mako a full confession of
tho matter. - Ho said he had
takon over $140 of government
mouoy in January. In roply to
furtherquestions ho acknowledg
ed taking money every month
sinco I had bcon judge out could
not say how much it was in all. I
told him his services ascleik were
no longer needed. Later in the
day ho repeated tho statements to
mo in tho pteseucoof the Marshal.
Marshal Brown testified to the
admissions mado by tho defendant
to Judge do la Vorgne in his pre
sence. For tin defense attorney C-cijjb.-ton
moved that tho defendant bo
discharged becaubO thero is no
such oillco as clerk and inter
preter of tho District Court, thero
being no law creating such ofiico
or defining its duties. And there
is no law by which tho defendant
could havo become entrusted with
the cuntiol und custody of the
mouoy Of the Huwuiian govern
ment as such clerk. Furthor thero
was no evidence thai the monoy
was embezzled or that it belonged
to tho government.
Judge Wilcox overruled tho
motion and or'dured tho defendant
committed for trial at 'the next
term of tho Circuit Court.
"Johnnie'' and Tils Useful Cne.
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FOUEIG.N VPSSCLB EXTECTED.
Veoaels Where irom Duo
Am ship Iroquois SF ,
Am l.k MnllMn, Pt Iitiki-U
H S leli;le 1' Mareli20
8 8 City ot Klo de Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 21
83 Wuirtujoo, ...Sjdney March 34
Bk Bemlnole Newcastle Due
NIc bk Dominion, ...N Newcastle Due
Ger bk Paul lecnbcrg... .Liverpool Dno
Sehr Louis Newcastlo
IiJ Newsboy Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Am ship Reaper. , .New castle
Ilk Fnrtuna. . Newcastle ,....Apr0
Schr Golden Shore. . .Newcastle
Sehr W II Talbot,, ..Newcastle
Bchr Echo ,, Newcastle. . ..,....."
Haw bkI61anl.,.,.f.,Ncw York .... May 31
Schr Olga Newcastle MurBI
Am schr Alice Conk... Pitet Hound...,
Am bktn Charles F Crocker,.. Newcastle
Ilk Nuuanu New York
BclirWm llowdcn ..Newcastle. .. .AprH
Am Schr Oceania Vance,,. New castle, AprJJU
Am bktu W U Dlmoud,..8 F,
HALF and HALF
(i AND J)
Mixed with tho famous
IN EQUAL PORTIONS
Wilt make a
For the wenryaml thirsty that Mill bring
Joy to their Boulai
TO BE HAD AT THE
Nuuanu and King Streets.
Art -:- Fotos
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and Aftistio Series
of Island Views Ever
Exhibited. - - .
The Latest Applicauces for Fine
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JVTrs, Harry KlBmmQ, - - Prop
TABLE BOAitD THE FINEST
.... INCLUDINO MANY
Palatable German Dishes.
New Market Restaurant.
John CommancliG having, leased
from D. McKenzIo tho pretnipes,
known n ttie NKW MAKKEI' UES
TAUUANT, next Mills' Grocery
Store, on Merchant 8troet, will take
oliarge anil opeu out with a full sup
ply of euttiblos.
gjF Ordinary board, 21 tiokets for
tft" Qamo and Poultry at transient
rates. Call and fee mo.
H; HACKFELD & CO.
GENERiL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Gor. Fort nud Queou Streets, llouolaln,
M. PHILLIPS & CO,,
Wholosalo Importers and Johbora of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Streets.
, ALLflLN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoon Stieot, Honolulu,