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EVENING 'BULLETIN, APRIL 1, 1897.
2? AT THE
Temple of Fashion.
All Goods Remarked. A Gejmine Reduction of
OlST TEDS A.OTTJA.L COST '
"VTill Positively be Given
, From 50 to 75 per cent cheaper thnn )'ou ever bought before in Honolulu.
X& Griven for -tlx
; 3 O) X, US xx3rposo
of Closing: 0"UL"t
Stools. of rtcassassBS
K DRY GOOD
BETIRING- PROM BUSINESS PERMANENTLY.
Como and inspect, and you will surely buy bofore leaving the store.
EVERYTHING MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
Nori-s A Hour vkhski.n
The "hip IlcnJ. V. Packnrrt Oulwnrd
Bonnd-M.aH. fflotmniil It la a
Dull Dnr en Ihe 'Front.
Tho SS Monowai from tho
Colouios is coming into port.
A danoo was civon aboard the
Bbip Packard on Tuesday night.
The "Waialealo was on tho
boards to leave at 4 today for Ki
lauoa. Thu old drodgo is now at work
near the new one, below the fish
market. Tho dolicato odor at tho makai
ond of Qceanio dock is getting
quite loud again.
A "hili muck-a-muck" visited
tho U H Steamship Marion thiB
forenoon, receiving a saluto on
Tomorrow, high tide largo -1:30
p m; bifjh tidoismnll 3:30 a ra; low
tide large 0:30 a m; low tide small
10:50 p m,
Somo follows along tho water
front have nut forgntton tho days
when .they wore "kids," for they
got their fun of April 1 jokes in
The steamers Waialoale nnd
Noeau got in from the Garden
Isle this morning with full' loads
of sweetness. No startling news
TiiHpoctpr Storey is now "boss"
of the night watch of tho customs
force. Inspector Grows is again
on tho day watch. J W Short is
tho new inspector, in place of
Hicknell, transferred to tho offico.
Tho American ship JJonj F
Packind pulled up hor mud hooks
from tho bottom ot the bay today.
Tho Packard is in fiuo trim,
and it is said along tho docks that
she will overhaul tho E 13 Sutton
buforo Capo Horn is reached.
For tho South Soai.
A Into San Francisco paper tells
of another baud who will go to
tho South Sca3 liko tho colonists'
who touched hero in tho Percy
Edwards a few weeks ago.
The papor says: The promoters
of tho new suhemo are not as
secretive as tho Brotherhood
leaders were and talk plainly of
their venturo as a business pro
position. Captain McLean, Cap
tain Quinton and somo othors
havo bought tho whaling bark
Mormaid now laid up in Oakland
creek, and will bring her over to
this city in two weeks to fit up for
tho trip. Tho proposition is to
tako 150 colonists down to one of
tho Solomon islands in the bark
Mermaid on or about May 1. A
little after that a good cruising
schooner will bo purchased and
another baud of colonists will go
down to tho islands in hor. Tho
colonists will develop tho island
they select and tho schooner will
bo kept thero for trading pur
poses while tho bark will ply be
tween the colony and this port.
M, u SIXLVA.
Theso aro days of considerable
anxiety and perplexity to all who
liuvo possessions or other interests
in the Itepublio of Hawaii, and it
is time that our citizens came to a
mutual understanding on several
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at present
vogue and indistinct, and our
dfljiuy r-auunt x forefnld with
eoituinty. Thero aro those, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hope'
of a rotnrn tq the old older of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appears far raoro hazy than
that of Annexation oven to tho
most hopeful disciples of the
Mouarchy. But, fortunately, in
tho, midst of all this uncertainty
there is solaco in tho fact that
Buffalo Boor has came to stay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may "oqually sharo tho
benefits of its invigorating and
HUitoining propel ties. We me
moreovor assured that this favorite
brew will continue to bo dispens
ed as horotoforo at tho Royal,
Pacific and Cosmopolituu Sa
loons! hvullle Hock.
By the steamer Miowero, tho
Criterion Saloon received n largo
consignment of the colebrated bock
beer, browed by tho Seattlo Brow
ing and Malting Co. Tiiis is tho
first book to make its oppearance,
and is u sure indication of bettor
TllUHMlAT. April 1.
8tmr VVulakalc. I'urkcr, from Kaunl.
Btmr Noeau, I'eteraou. from Kauai.
BB Moiowal, from the Coloilca.
TnunsDAT, April I.
Am alilp llcnj F TackarU, Allen, for New
Btmr Walalcnle, Parker, for Kllauca.
VES8EL8 LEAVINO TOMOKHOW.
glinr Mounn Lou, Slmcraou, for Maul and
Hawaii, at 10 m.
CARGOES FKOM ISLAND rOOTS.
Ex atmr Walalcalc-OTOO bnjjs sugar.
x atmr Noeau 4251 ba(; suear.
VESSELS IN rOKT.
II 11 M S Wild Snan, Napier, Victoria,
Mar !2S ,
U 8 3 Marlon, llrunc, tjati DUso, Minli i.
1 . MEHCIIANTMEN. ,
(Coasters not included lu tills Hat.)
Am sctir Prosper, Jobannceaen, Port Gam
ble, March IS.
Br bk Itoutenbcck, Rodgers, Liverpool,
Am ship V F Itabcock, Graham, 8 F,
Am bk 'llgliland Light, Lewie, Departure
Hay, tyircli 17.
Am acbr JoUuD lallant, Prt Gamble, Mareli
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Pt Blakelr.
Am jclir Eather Buhoe, Andereen, Eureka,
Am bk .Matilda, McKenzlc, Port Blakely,
Am mles. atmr Mornlng8tar, Garland, Ruk,
Am ablp Geo Curtis, Sproul, Nagasaki,
8 8 Australia, lloudlettc, 8 F, Mar 30 -Am
slilp Luzon, Park, Shanghai, Mar 29.
Nor bk Fantasl, Andcrsin.NvH castle. Feb 21.
Haw bk ltosalle, Nlssui.Chem.-Umus, Feb 21.
Bk Callao, Koatcr, Newcastle, Feb IS.
Am bk M.irlliu Davis, Soule, F, Mar 10
FOREIGN VFSSKI.B EXPECTED.
Vcceqjs here Irom Due
Am lilp Iroiiuoln 3 P
Bk -cmlnole, Newcastle ....Due
Nic bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
Gcr bk Paul lKenberjj.. ..Liverpool. Duo
Scbr Louis Newcastle
Ilk Newsboy Nuwcastlc
clu-Not illy NcwcuitK
Ilk l'oitiiun Ncncatlu Apr 0
fcclir Gulden tliore. .. New castle
gchr Kclio Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Scbr Olga Neucastle Mar 31
Bk Nuuanu New 'York
Stlir Wm Bowden.. ..Newcastle Apr 14
Am Sclir Oceania Vaucc,.. Newcastle, Apr 30
Am bktn W II DImoud,..8 F
Stbr V II Talbot,. .Newcastle Apr SO
Am scbr Alice Cook... Puget Bound. ...due
Am bk Moblcan, .... F duo
Am bk Albert 8F
Am bk Alden Besse 8 F
Am bktn Mary.. .. WInkclmau.... Newcastle
88 Coptic 8F Apr 8
8 8 Mariposa , SF Apr 8
8 8 Warrlmoo ....Victoria Apr 10
8 8 Rio Janeiro 8F Apr 17
So Australia 8F Apr 27
88 Doric Yokobama Apr 23
8 8 Mlowcra Sydney ....Apr 24
SSAlHineda Sydney Aprs 2'J
Anchored is what the man said
whon ho dropped into the Anchor
Saloon. Why? said his friend.
Because you can always got a
cool rotreshing drink served by
gontleraanly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in during
lunch hour you will bo .regaled
with solids as well as liquids. In
fact tho lunch at tho Anchor is
said by many to bo tho best in
town. Tho colobrated, Seattlo
beer' is on tap. It is sparkling
and ico cold. The fiuost of wines
itfiujiquors in town utp to bo had
at this populiy resort.
IlpuKina Why. '
Thero aro two reasbns why
people are now paying car faro
all tho way from 'Waikki to tho
Pahiraa Grocery and back. Reason
1. It is tho only place on the
Iblands whore tho colebiated Sal'
vation Army tea is sold. KeaBon
2. Aftor paying car faro both
Ways putrous find they are money
in pocket by doalin at this "livo
and lot live" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods between Dia
mond Head and Moaualua free.
OppoBito Itailway depot, King
street. Tol. 765.
Fur Kent. ,
A G-roomod cottago, stables
and horvaut's quarters, situate on
Wilddr avenue. Largo grounds
wnll lnid nnt. find nlnnrpfl wJtli
fruit and ornamontal trees; ono
full set of iurmturo and cooking
stove can remain in the. houso if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King Btroqt.
Kroogor Pianos,swooteat in tono,
Jas. Vt Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West'sfiMasonio Tomplo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. Bifi" Tolo
rYi t 'rf
.j , w
. ;? .
Once a Year
Onftp. a. TTp.a.t c
Once a Year '
BOCK : .
H AT THE
Nuuanu and King Streots.
Eag-le -:- House
Mrs. Harry KlBmmB, - - Prop
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lnwlug elrKyH IniVf lieeit lnipouniled
in the Government round at Mukikl,
Honolulu, viz :
1 Bay Hore, branded "Z" on tho
left hlud hip, white strip extending
from the foiehewl to the nose, whi(e
spot on the ueuk and uIho ou tho back
and also under tho neck and two wblto
Bpot." oufexoli cldeot tbo beadiuitne
diately under the ears.
1 Cream colored Horse, brandol
"7K" ou the right leg, two wblto
spots on the forehead, white Rtrip on
the nose, two forefeet bluek, right
hludfoot black, left hludfoot white
nli-o black just above the same foot.
And if such eatrnys are not cluimed
and all pound ubarget sutiftl.l on or
before HATURDAY, April 10, 1897.
at 12 o'clock nootj, they will tie sold
ou that dale 'aud hour lo the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENK, , -
Honolulu, H. I., March 30, 1807.
TABLE BOAftD THE FINEST
.... lNCLUWNO MANY ....
Palatable German Dishes.
New Market Restaurant.
John Comtiimiclio linvlug leaped
from D. McKeir.lo tlie tirftnlnfo,
known aH the NEW MAHKET UES
TAURANT, unxt MIIIn' Wncry
oiore, on Meroiiuut street, win laKo
ullage uud npeu out with u full sup-
)li O' t-H(llblt'rt.
gfSf Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
gg ("jinno and Poultry ut trunsluilt
TuteB. Call and two mo.
Hawaiian Soda Works
are prepared to furnixli Private Fttml. k
lies vrith a renlly Goo'd, Pure Soda
in the New Bottles.
Belfast Ginger Ale!
E&. Telephone 032, at buuny South. i
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, MaBBage, "Swedish Movement," "
llaths. Electricity aud Physical Training
may bo obtained. t
V. S. IELLOGG, M. D
Telephone 630. Superintendent.
, N, FERNANDEZ.
NOTARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
Okhce: SOS Merchant Btreet.'Canipbdl
Ulook rear of J. 0, Onrter1 oflleel. P. 0.
Box 338 ' . V,