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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 29, 1897.
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A Bona-fide Closing
. Out Sale !
jyT" On nccount of my departure from Honolulu I will for tho next JXTAH'fcy
ZDay St offcr $40,000 in
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets,
Laces, Ribbons and Trimmings,
nnd all othor Merchandise that a.First-clnss Dry Goods Store general carries
Not at a Profit.
Not at Cost.
"Brit, nt, n TYicrvn-nt
OF 25 PERCENT
CXN" Tl-Ilil COST PRICK.
JSTo-w Grot tlis 3F"sc1; Xaoo.'px'ejssiodl on
&5T- A Discount of 25 Percent on tho Cost Price of overy piece of goods
in the Store
, 3SP" If you arc skeptical get prices on the goods you want at othor stores
and then comparo them with my figures.
sS The TG:ilTDl3 CxTlTclsll'iOl'l will bo closed on March 29, 30
and HI, t r'v ur increoeed staff to remark goods in plain figures.
Price will be given.
We "Will Sell Ydli GDDds
. Dn and After April. 1,
at a Price that will mako you exclaim,
, '' HDW DD YDU DD IT ?
Temple of Fashion,
BE. . SIEiVA,
.A. Sweeping Reduction of
THE ANSWER WILL BE
LEAK HONOLULU FOR GOOD!
jVXust Close this Stock Out by July 1.
25 Percent on the Cost
WITH THE SEAFARERS
nn'i'i:.MNis or two havn
ALONU T1IK DOCKS.
HrltUli Mnii'ol-War In Port Another
Shl lor Now York-Mornlug
Tho Britislf innu-of-wnr Wild
Swan arrived yesterday, 15 days
from Victoria, II 0.
Tho barkontino Skngit lma
hauled up to Fort Btroot wharf to
Tho barkentiuo Klikitnt is
rendy to snil. Ciiptnin Cutler
will likely wait until tho Australia
Tomorrow, high tide largo 2:11
a iu; high tide small 2:50 p m;low
tido large 8:UG a in; low tido small
8:10 p in.
Tho steamers Claudino and "V
G Hall unloaded at Oceania dock
today, thoir cargoes being stored
in tho uiiroliouso.
Tho Iwalani and Knala will sail
tomorrow at 10, tho Likoliko at 4,
and the Claudino, "W G Hall, Mi
kaliala and Mokolii at 5.
YHMloriiay, tho American ship
Luzon arrived. Sho was 37 days
from Shaughai, in bidluat. Last
week, tho U S 8 Alort was sighted.
Tho Luzon will load sugar for
Tho American missionary
steamer Morning Star returned
irom Iior annual cruise in tho
South Seas this morning, 13 days
from link. Tho usual cargo of
curios, etc., win brought, besides
a number of passongors.
A I.one Xllllil.
On Friday labt,vhilo the fttuam
or Noeau was lying at Lahaina, a
whaloboat sailed in with auother
boat iu tow. Thoro is quite au
interesting little story connected
with tho boat that was towed in.
Threo men, ono Hawaiian and
two South Sea Islanders, wont
from Lahaina to Maalaca in a
boat owned by Sam Nowlein.
Upturning from Maalaea to La
huina, under sail, with a load of
taro, the boat wob capsized by 'a
sudden squall. This was on Fri
day night. After righting tho
boat, tho mon tried to got the
wnter out, but wero unsuccessful.
Tlioy woro far from laud, about
10 miles, and tho sea was very
rough. Seeing that something
had to bo dono, ono of tho South
Sea Islanders started to swim for
laud, which ho reached early in
the morning. Tho othor two fol
lows stayed by tho boat, and wero
picked up on Thiusday morning
by tho whaleboat, which was sent
out for them. "When tho whale
boat and its tow arrived at
Lahaina, tho beach was lined
with people men, woraon and
children who camo dowu to see
tho men who had boon rescued.
When ariiving near tho shore, tho
two who had been in tho water all
night jumped iuto the sea again
and helped to land thoir crippled
Tho feat of tho man from the
South Seas ia wonderful. Tho dis
tanco ho swam was fully ton miles,
and tho wutoi oiiiniiug with
From Kauai, per stmr W G
Hall, Mar 23 W H Ricp, F S
Newell uud wife, Mrs OSS
Newell, Miss E Newell, Miss M
Newell, A Droier and ifo, E
Droier, It 0 A Petorsou.G Doard
mim, J H Conoy,Mrs M Sahumnn,
Mifis LiMiion, Colonel MoDolmell,
0 Sorimgeour, 0 L Hart, It Nel
son, A 1' Kalaukoa, Hing Kong,
Ah Fan and G3 on dock.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaha
la, Mar 28 Miss Eva Hart and
six on deck.
From Lahaiua, por stmr Iwa-'
lani, Mar 281 A Faron and four
Per stmr Claudino, March 28
Geo H Robertson, O A Doylo,
Paul Neumann, L M Baldwin,
M"rsD Crowoll and child, 11 S
Takada, E P Dole, WF McCon
key, W Borlowitz, and 51 on deck.
VESSELS LEAVINQ TOM01IIIOW.
filinr Iwfllanl, Or;ory, for Labalua, IIouo
Stmr Knala, Mother, for Kaljukti and Pu
naluti, Btmr Mlkahaln. Thompson, for Nawlll
wlll and llaiinmuiim.
Stmr W O Hall, HaKlutid, for Kauut ports.
Stmr Olaudlnc, Cameron, for Mmil.
Stmr Mokolll, , foi Moloknl, Jfanl,
8tmr l.lKillkc. Freeman, for Malmkoiia,
LaupuliuLliuu, Kukalau and Itouoiuu,
Satukiiat, Mar. 27.
Stmr Kla. Mother, from Oahu porta.
Suhday, Mar. 3,
II M B 8 Wild Bwan, Napier, from Vic
toria. Am ship Luzon, Park, from Shanghai.
Stmr Claudino, Cameron, from ports on
Stmr W O Hall, Ilaglund, from porta on
Stmr Iwalani, Gregory, from Hawaii and
Btmr J A Cummins, Seaile, from Oahu
Mo.niut, Mar. SO.
Am mt;s atmr Morning Star, Garland, frotu
Satuiidiy, Mar 27.
Stmr J A Cummins, Senrle, for Oahu
OArtaoES from island roitrs.
Ex tmr LiU'llke-Dlill bna nisnr, U'J
bags collcc, 8(1 biils hides 2A initio
Ex atmr Mlkahala 5053 baga sugar.
Kx atmr Kaala 20.25 baga sugar.
Ex atmr W G Hnll-(l.'iK) bags aucar, 20
baga pla, 10 bdlt bldce, 91 pkga mindrlcs
Ex stmr Iwalani 50)0 bags sugar,
Ex stmrNoeaa I2U0 bags sugar.
Ex Btmr Kacna- CO" bags p''3y
Ex stmr. James Makce 'HV5 bags sugar,
Go bags rice
Ex stmr Walalcale 3133 bags sugar, 81
bags rice, 22 pkgs sundries,
Ex stnr Mokolii 810 bairs sugar.
?.i siiur Oihuuiih.543 -oogi sugar, 17J
hags potatoes, 12) bags corn, 35 head cattle,
75 hogs, 2 horses, 84 hides, 5(1 pkgs sundries.
VESSELd IN TOUT.
HUM S Wild Swan, Napier, Victoria,
OSS Marlon, flrccne, Sail Diego, March 13.
(Coasters not Included hi this list.)
Am schr I'rospcr, Jobauuibsen, Port data
ble, Marib 15
Ur bk ltoutcnbcck, Uodgcrs, Liverpool,
Am ship W F Babcock, Graham, 8 F,
Ambk.i. KllUtct, Cu'Jsf.r.t G.MWc.Mr
Am bk Highland Light, Luwls, Departure
Bay, March 17.
Am unr John D lallant, I'rt Gamble, March
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Pt Blakcly,
Am fchr Esther Buhnc, Andersen, Eureka,
Am bk .Matilda, McKcnzle, Port Blakily,
Am miss stmr Morning Star, Uarland, Huk,
Am i-lilp Lii7on, Park, Shanglial, Mar 2S.
Nor bk Kuiitnsl, AuderBeu.Nuwcastlu. Fib 21.
Haw bk Itosallc, Nlsseu.Chi'inalmus, Feb 21.
Am eLr Alulia, Dubil, n F, rib lu.
Ilk Callao, Kostir, Newcastle, Feb 18.
Am bk Amy Turner. Wnllen. N Y, Mr 7.
Am ship UinJ F Packard, Allen, Kobe, Mar 8
Am bk Martha Davis, (joule, s K, Mar IU
FOItEION VF83EL8 EXrECTEI).
Vessels Where from Duo
Am ship Iroquois S F
Hk "emlnole, Newcastle Due
NIc bk Dominion Newcastle Due
Gcr bk Paul lsenbcrg.... Liverpool Due
8ehr Louis NuwcaMlu ,,..
Hk NewBboy Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Am shlpltiuper... Newcastle
Uk Fortuna Ncwcatllc Apr 0
Sihr Golden Shoru. ..Newcastle
8ihr W II Talbot,. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Schr Olga Newcastle MarSI
Am schr Alice Cook... Puget Sound....
Uk Nuuanu New York
titbr Wm Uowden.. ..Ncwcasllo April
Am dihr Oceania Vance,. Nemastle, Apr 30
Am bk Mohican, ....S F,
Am bktn W U Dlmond,..S F
siiiox; hi iii;.iii:.mn.
Editoh Evening Bulletin:
In regard to tho piopobud now
armory and gymnasium, would it
not bo In'ter if the prin'"n1
oiiicers of tho N. G. H. who lmvo
tukon such au active interest in
tho matter woro to yivo u little
more attention to members of the
various volunteercompauios who
uro out of employment, and in
sist that tho Government whom
they swore to maintain bo a little
more considorato, and yivo them
the prefron' ti jtosltiotiR when
vacant, iustead pf persons who are
not or never will be in tho mili
tary, and whoio sympathies aro
with tho "RoyalistsV"
Tho main cause for tho slim
attendance at drills, is for tho
above stated reason. In wh
aro known to bo "rank royalists"
uro boing added to tho govern
ment salary list, aud good staunch
annexationists aro boing turned
out for no reason at all. They
have como to tho conclusion it is
a caso of "hoomuliraali," and the
sooner oaoh annexationist quits
tho mjitiirj, tin better. A nrw
drill shed is not going to paoify
tho members of various voluntoor
companies. At ono timo these
men woro wanted. Why aro they
being discarded for "wolves in
sheep's clothing ?"
Honolulu, March 20, 1897.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quote rSricos on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best loof proparatiou iu Jlo
J. T. WATERHOUSE
aro not luxuries nowa
days; they aro necessities.
Competition has brought tho
prices down to a point whore
overy ono can have thorn. We
deal in and keep the best as
sortment in Honolulu. In
addition to Staplo Groceries
wo have Dried Fruits in large
Hawaiian Poha Jam
than which there, iB none
better hi the market. This is
tho Wusstuan Brand.
Crosse & Blaokwells.
Cream Lucca Oil in pints
Jams and Preserves.
California & Spanish Olives.
a dozen different kinds, the
best in tho world.
Family Mess Pork
' in fivo pound tins.
SKiP Orders by telephone
J. T. WATERHOUSE
THOHSDAY, APRIL 1st,
And the follpwin (lays, I will display a
new lot of
And Noveltloii. Also
A UNIQUE "DISPI AY OF COLOItS"
Will bo the fetitnre of
MY -:- OPENING -:- DAY!
An inspection uoliclted.
MRS. M. HANNA.
C03 til Fort street, Ilonolnln, II. I.
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New Market Restaurant.
A, John Commauclio having leased
.from D. MoKmulo the premlHeH,
known ns tlio NEW MARKET RES
TAURANT. next Mills' Grocery
Store, on Merclittut Street, will tuUe
uhurKO ii ml opou out witti u full sup
ply of entahlea.
gJBf" Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
ijST" Giuno and Poultry attrunsleut
ratea.' Call nnd eeo tne.
Hawaiian Soda Works
are proparod to furnish Trivnte Fninl.
UiH with u really Good, l'uie Soda
in the New Bottles.
Belfast Ginger Ale.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Qnlet, Ilonieliko Place, where Trained
Nurues, MuBsago, "Swedish Movement,"
Bntha, Electricity and 1'hynieul Training
may bo obtained.
1. H. KKLLOGG, M. D
Telephone G39. Superintendent.
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