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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 27, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 27, 1807.-
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A Bona-fide Closing
. 3i- On account of my departure from Honolulu I will for tho next HXTAXJL't'V
.' !DiyS offer 340,000 in
Ladies' Furnisliings, ,
. " , Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps,
Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets,
' ' ' ' . v
Laces, Ribbons and Trimmings.
and all other Merchandise that a First-clnss Dry Goods Storo general carries
Not at 'a Profit.
. . Not at Cost.
' ' ' i
N Tfrnt. fit n JQicorrnt
wmiiin ranaaa a m
OF 25 PERCENT
OIST TBDH3 COST PRICE.
3XTo"w GJpoi; -fcfcLis; 3?"to-t Impressed on.
TSToto-jC" 3Ce3QGL02r3r s
JS" A Discount of 25 Percent on tho Cost Price' of ovcry pieco of goods '
in tho Storo.
, KST If you aro skeptical got prices on tho goods you want at other stores
; and then compare thorn with my figures.
JK2 The ToiXLTOle OjT Fashion will bo closed oh March 29, 30 ..
and 31, to allow xwr increased staff .to remark goods in plain figures.
Kfc Al Sweeping Reduction of 25 Percent on tho Cost
- Prico will bo given. J . . .
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'.We Will SE3liYDii rDDds -A . '
'. '' -at a
. HDW -
the' answer will be
I AM -LEAViKB H0I0L0L0 FOR 0000!
Must Olo.se this Stock Out by July 1.
Temple, of Fashion,
na. g. smvA,
"WfrrSiy-l'r-WlllW w-'lak' Vi;r.' 'i1-
Dn-'and Hfter, JLpiil li '
Price that will mako you exclaim; , .'
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nDYnu nn it?
SEA AND HARBOR NEWS".
TltcK. N. Wurrlmnn 4 hoard HirSlilp
IV. I', nabcurk llio Dlnmniid
Head u I'lne Tempi,
Tho Worrimoo dopartod
Hour aftor midnight.
Tho ship Uonj F Packard is
finishing loading in tho stream.
Somo new apnrs aro being
shaped for tho W. F. Babcook.
Tho stoamer Mokolii will sad
on Lor usual route, at G p. m.
Tomorrow, high tide large 0:-10
am; high tide small ll30 p in;low
tide largo 7:13 a ni; low tido small
0:55 p in.
Tho schooner Prosppr has
about finished unloading ' lumbor
at Fort stroet wharf. Sho will
tako in ballast-soon.
Captain Graham of tho W F
liabcock can nnrigato a wheel as
well on land as ho can his big
ship at sea. Ho cruisos along tho
Tho skipper of tho bark Snow
and Burgess sailed cIobo enough
to -this port yesterday to shout to
tho pilot boat that ho was 13 days
from San Francisco, bound for
Vladivostok, and all was woll.
The steamer AVaialealo arrived
at 11:30 this forenoon from Ki
launa. A damaged boat, from
'which Captain 1'hrker and Purser
Crane got dumped into tho briny
a couplo of trips ao, was brought
on deck. Captaiii Parkor did not
tako a swim this trip.
The "palacq linnr" Mokolii
brought nn instalment of Olowa
lu sugar last night. Sho has a
now skipper and a- now freight
clerk now, Captain Noilson and
Purser Green having left just
boforo sho sailed from horo laBt
Monday. Nothing of special in
terest occurred during tho round
The S 8 Kauai camo in from
tho Garden Islo this morning
without tho usual swag of sweet
stuff. A big pump at Makaweli
broko down, so tho steamer was
sont down as soon as possible
with tho broken machinery, to
have it doctored at the Honolulu
Iron Works. Tho Kauai goes out
at 4 today with a cargo of coal for
The polico wore called on this
morning to tako an unruly sailor
in charge, who was trying to run
things aboard tho ship W F Bab
cock to suit himsolf. A day or
two ago, tho same follow quarrel
ed with tho matf, using much pro
fano and obscene language.
Striking a pugilistic attitudo, Tin
said, "Come on, if you're a maul"
At tho time, tho captaiu's wife and
a couplo of hor lndy friends woro
iu tho cabin. Hearing the noftoe
on dock, Captain Graham went
out and ordored the sailor to stop
his bad lauguago and got to work,
and asked tho mato to avoid quar
reling if possible. This morning,
tho same seaman started in to
mako raoro trouble. boy of tho
ship was asked by the cook or one
of tho mates to pass some wood,
but was told by tho troublesome
tur to leave it alone. The boy
picked up some wood to obey
orders, when ho received a blow
on tho cheek irorn tho sailor,
which knocked him down. The
mato thon interfered, but seeing
that tho man was bunt on raising
a row, he wont to tho skipper to
find out what ho should do. Cap
tain Graham considered it best to
givo tho follow in charge of the
authorities, so two or three polico
oflioors woro Bont for, who soon
landed "Mr. Jack 1'iglit" in the
The captain says this inan has
boon makiug a disturbance ovor
sinco tlio vessel reached this port,
and is what mariners call a "sea
lawyor." "With tho exception of
tho ono man, tho Babcook has a
vory good crow this trip.
Tlio Jlluinand llcnd.
A roportor was invitod aboard
the bark Diamond Head yestor
day. Sho is greatly changed from
when sho was known as tho Gains
borough. Whon horo last year,
hor cabin was dirty and uncom
fortable. Now tho rooms aro fitted
up iu splondid stylo. Thoro aro
rugs ou tho floor, neat furniture,
ourtainsjbrio-a-brao, etc. Captain
Ward has a nico soft bed in his
woll fitted room,: which is fit for a
411 juiuti mi jmnat.-ijui n, mow t
bathroom, boaidua neat rooms for
llio ofllcorB. A now up lo-dato
donkey ongino wns ntnoug tlio im
provotnontH nindo in 8nn Fran
ciaco. Cnptnin Ward snya the ves
sel ia a good anilor. Bho mado tho
best pasango of any vessol ho has
beou innstor of, on tho way from
tho Sound to this port All the
.ropnirs dono in San Francisco
wero suporintonded by Captain
Motcnlf, Lloyds' ngont. None of
tho old platca wero takon out of
the vessel's bottom, and tho skip
per thinks sho will bo staunch for
many years to como. Sho is
classed A-A. 1.
S. S, Wnrrliuon.
Tho pursor of tho Warrimoo re
ported as follows: Tho 11. M. S.
Warrimoo, W. E. White, 11. N.
It., commander, loft Sydney on
Mur. 12 at o:.'!0 p. m., and had
light winds with fiuo weather to
Suva, which port was reached
Mar. IS at 9 a. m. Loft samo day,
and cleared Fiji group noxt day
at i a. m. Passed Alofa samo
afternoon at i p. tn. Experienced
light winds to Equator., which was
crossed in tho afternoon of Mar.
21. Passed S. S. Miowora Alar.
2"3 at 1 a. m. From Equator to
arrival met with strong N. E.
trades and head seas, which re
tarded tho ship's progress con
BidorablyT rARSENQEllS AIUUVED.
From' tho Colonies,v por S 8
Warrimoo, Mar 2G 0 A 'Mc
Dowell and W T Williams.
From Kauai, por stmr James
Makee,j,Mur 27 Mrs Stair and
sou, Dr Walters, Capt Cutlor and
G deck passengers.
SATuniUT, Mar. 87.
Stmr Knena, Wlljjn, from Oabuporti.
Sttur Nocau, tVcrtion. from Lulialua
Stmr James Miikcc, Tnllctt, Irom Kauai.
Stmr Kauai, llruUn, from Kauai.
8tmr tValuH-nlc,.Grei;ry, from Kauai.
Stmr .MokuUl, Andrews, from Molokal,Maul,
t FnfiuT, Mar. 28.
Am bk8now ana Uurccss.fpr Vl.idlvostook.
Sclir Molwaliinc, (Or Hawaii.
ScUr Ka Mot; for Hawaii,
Batukdat. Mar 37.
8 8 Warrimoo, White, .for Victoria and
8clir Luka for Hawaii.
Stmr Kauai, llrulin, for MaUawell
VKSSELd IN POUT;
U 8 8 Marlon, Greene, Snn Diego, March IS.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am tclir l'rosper, Johanne6sen, l'ort Gam
ble, March 15.
Br lik Iioutcnbeck, Itodgers, Liverpool,
Am ship W F Dabcock, Graham, 8 F,
Am bktn Kllkltat, Cutler, Prt Gamble, Alar
Am bk MlKhland Llcht, Lewis, Departure
Hay, March 17.
Am tenr John D Tallnnt, 1'rt Gamble, March
Uaw bk Dlamoud Head, Ward, l't Illakelr,
Am fclir Ehtlicr Bubnc, Andersen, Eureka,
Am bk Matilda, McKenrle, Port UlaUely,
Kor bk Faitasl, Andersen, Nuweaatle, Feb 21.
Haw bk Husalle, Nlsscii.Chemalmus, Feb 21.
Am nclir Aloha, Dabel, d F, Feb IU.
Hk Callao, Kbstcr, Newcastle, Feb IS.
Am bk Amy Turner, Walltn. N Y.AIr 7.
Am ship IknJ F Packard, Allen. Kobe, Mar 8
Am bk Murthii Davit, tSoulc, S F, Mar ID
Hotel Arrival!. '
Hawaiian Dr and Mrs L F
Harvey, Buffalo, N Y; Mr and
Mrs Ponsoiiby Oglo, London,
Englaud; Mr and Mrs U H ltoid,
Waianao; C A McDowell, Liver
pool; Miss Aubrey, New Zoalaud;
Captain Whito, S S Warrimoo; F
W Kellogg, C S Laug.T H Hicks,
U S S Marion; F H Hayseldou,
Arlington Marguerite O B A
Harrison, Davenport, Iowa; MrB
E A Hardy, Iowa; Miss J W Wil
son, San Antonio, Texas; Miss
Maiguerito Killian, Limerick,
Ireland; Willie Travis, Los
Angoles, Cal; L A Anurows, Hilo;
F Northrup, Kohala;A B Looben
'p w:ii:. .,.
and Miss Owles.
Geo, L. Edwards, principal of
Kalihiwaena school, has been
directing tho boys thereof in ar
boriculture and horticulture, with
a little botany on tho side, for a
year past. They have mado bor
ders of trollised yines to tho yard,
constructing the trellises them
selves, olearod tliogrouud of uq wl
dew, laid out graveled paths tyid,
in Bhort, transformed" a quarter
aero of ".howling wildoruerfs" iuto
a blooming garden.
Tho, plntcd spoons and forka
mndo by the Holmes & Ed
wards Silver Company cannot
bo distinguished from solid sil
ver, oxcepfc in weight. Tho
patterns aro identical with tho
solid goods, and tho bowls and
handles aro reinforced with
sterling silver, so that thoso
parts of tho spoons which como
in contact with tho. table aro
woll protected and will last ns
long ns solid ware. Every pieco
sold by us is guaranteed 'by
tho manufacturers, by this cer
tificate: "We guarantee these goods in or
dinary family service to wear Twenty
five Years, and in hotels from Ten to
Fifteen Years. We also agree to ac
cent as half navment. mirli tmnA .,
show wear during next five years
wyse in good order J'
In buying thoso inlaid goods
you practically linvo the uso of
thorn for thirty years at half
what you originally pay for
tneui. XMootnor manutacturers
srive such a guarantee: no otlmr
manufacturer can afford to.
We believe wo have tho lar
gest stock of cutlerv in Hnnn.
lulu, and it is from tho best
Jliiiglish and American manu
facturers thPV mrikn rrnnrl
.knives in tho United State's
and our prices aro low. Tho
best makers aro using grained
celluloid as a substitute for .
ivorv handles and tho efrecfc is
very pretty. Bono handles turn
yellow, the celluloid imita
tions do not.N The price is in
favor of bono handles if cheap
ness is the object. v
Medium knives, hnnn linn-
dies, $4.75 a dozen, with cellu
loid ?r Dessert, ivory handles
$5.75; bono, $4.25.' Roger's
English knives, bono handle,
$3.50. Dessert $3 Plated
knivefs S2.50 and S2.75. Lnrrrn
assortment of carvers from $1
to $27 per set.
Von Holt Block.
THUKSDAY, APRIL ls(
And the 'following day-, I will display a
new Jot of
French - Pattern. - Hate.
And Novoltloa. Also
ATJ.NIQOE "UI8PIAY OFCOLOES"
Will lo tko fcptiui' ot (
MY -:- OPENING- -:- DAY!
An inspection Holicilcil,-
MRS. M. HANNA.
E63td Fort street, Uonolaln, H. I.
New Market Restaurant.
John Cororiuuicho having leaped
from D. MuKhiizIo the premium,
known as tlio NEW MAHKUT REtf
TAUHANT, . next MIIIh' Grocery
Store, on Merclmnt Street,' will lake
olmrfte ami open out with u full bup
ply of eatablea.
SJST Onliuary bonrd, 21 tickets for
iJSf Gin rut n ml Poultry ht transient
rates. Call and e:u me.
Hawaiian Soda Works
nro propared to furnikli Private Farnl.
lies with a really Good, Furo tioda
ia tho New Bottloa.
Belfast Ginger Ale.
C. Telephone 632, at Hunny Souib.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Ilonieliko.l'Juco, where Trained
Nnrbos, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Ilathrf, FJectrtoity and Physical Training
may be obtulued.
V. B. KEIiLOGG, M. D.,
, Telephone CS'J. Superintendent.
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