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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 2, 1807.
. . . TO-DAY!
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AllGoods Remarked. A Genuine Reduction of
ON TI-IE A.OTTJAJL COST
"Will Positively be Givn
BPi lil FANPY fiflflPS
From 50 to 75 per cent cheaper than you ever bought before in Honolulu.
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5 G X- IS p-o.37 pose
RETIRING- FROM BUSINESS PERMANENTLY.
Come and inspect, and you will surely buy before leaving the store.
1 EVERYTHING MARKED ill PLAIN
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GiTY FRONT GOSSIP
1 S. JIONOWAI IV AN1
iriauim I.on AEroiiiul Tho nark
Murllin Ditvla-Ndv (inllirreil
011 Nhln mill Wfiurvc.
The Bhip Luzon has bogun
Tho S S Monowai hiul ovor 130
Forty-threo ChineBO woro put
aboard the Miuum Loa for Fahala
Tho schooner Ada brought a
load of suit from Pntiloa yester
day. Four Japanese dosortors from
tho ship Gcorgo Curtis are re
Tho hark Helou Denny will
bring 11 cargo of conl from New
castle to this port.
Two deserters fiom tho ship
Pncknrd were caught last night.
Their ship flailed yestorday after
noon. Tomorrow, high tide largo 5:00
p m; high lido sinall 3:50 a iu; low
tide liugu i);i7 a in; low lido niiir.ll
11:35 p m.
Tho bark Martha Davis sails for
Sau Francisco today with tho fol
lowing domestic produce: -1143
bags sugar shipped by F A
Sclinofer it Co, 7774 bagH sugar
by C B rower & Co, 10..72G bags
sugar by Castle &, Cooke. Tho
domestic produco ia valued at
sS70,G0D.55. Foroigu produco
valued nt ."?1020 was also tdiipped.
The tniRaionnry steambarkon
tine Morning Star is in nerd of n
guueral oven hauling. The fore
mast, which wuh in a bad state,
was sprung during her recent
vovage, and hud to bo upliced for
Fafciy. It is Bind a new boiler is
also Heft-unary. The Shir will
probably leave for San FiauciHeo
in tun Inttoi pait of nett week,
whoie her repairs will bo made.
Captain Bray is now iu charge of
Tho aggregate tounago of the
steatnorH now boing built in Eug
laud to tho order of various Jap
anese companies, is said to reach
upwaids of 90,000 tons. Tho fol
lowing aro particulars concerning
this great increase of the Japanese
mercantile- marine: Nippon
YiiNon Knisha, 10 Bteainers, 60,
000 tons; Osaka Shoseu Kaisha,
seven steamers, 17,000 tons; Mit
sui Buhhiui Kaislio, two steamers,
1000 toiin; i'oyo Ivisea Kaisha,
four steamers, 20,000 tuns.
The N. N. MdiiiiUuI
The It M S Monowni, dipt M
Carey, from Syouey via Auckland
and Apia, ai rived yesterday at 3
p 111. She left Sydney at -1:30 p
111, Mar 15, and arrived at Auck
hind ut 0:30 p in, Mar 19. Left
nain next day, arming at Apia
at 3:30 p in, Mar '25. Loft Apia,
after a Ktay of three hours, for
liouolnlu, having. 11 smooth pass
age the whole way.
Imports per Monowoi wnro -1 cs
iiK-dicines, 80 cs window glass, (5
lulls lenthei,f)0 cs beer, 5 cs wine,
3(5 cs indse, 328 cits onions, -18
crts nnd 50 sks potatoes, -1 cits
garlic, 30 box limes, 180 coooanuts.
The Monowai sailed at 0:30 last
night for San Frnnei&eo. Her
freight trom this port consisted of
the following: 4510 bags sugar
and 585 bunches Imnauas, valued
at 17,007, and foieigu ptoduco
valued at $145.
Till) itlulliui I.on.
Tho steamer Manna Loa started
for Maui aud Hawaii shortly after
ton o'clock this morning with a
full general cargo and a largo
passengor list. llor bow swung
out from tho wharf all right, but
tho sloamor had gone ahead but
a few feot, whou she suddenly
stopped. Tho engines worked
full speed but tho vesaol wouldn't
budgo. A lino was run to tho S
S Australia at Oceanic dock to
help pull off, but still thoro was
nd sign of a move. It was then
decided to disohargo some of the
cargo from tho after hatch.
Shortly before noon tho boat got
oloar, aud was soon on her way to
It is said thero aro two largo
bowlders on tho bottom alongside
tho wharf, which for sonio reasou
woro not romoved whon the water
at that place was deepened ashoit
timo ugo. Being loaded piobubly
a little inoro than usual, tho
steamer got wedged and hold fast
in some manner on the bowlders.
TI1010 is also a coral ledgo at tho
wharf, and it might liavo had
something to do with tho vessel's
From tho Colonies, por S S
Monowai, Apr 1 J T Young, W
Maudnr and wife, J E Green,
Raymond lladcliffo and wifo, w
Wallace, A J Ogilvie and wife, Q
P Hurst, Miss 8 Kendall, C F
Hurst, Geo Lovelock and wifo, W
Churchill, W T Vealo, John N
From Kauai, por stmr Kauai,
April 2 Mrs Mist and child, T
Blacksted, Win Ensign and 23
For San Francisco, per S S
Monowai, Apr 1 l)v Cooper and
wife, J W Murdock, Mrs (I'll
lloldon, A F Clark, J 11 Uutler
and wife, Miss Maud Harries, W
Mulch, Joseph Marsdou, Chief
Justico Judd and wifo.
For Sou Francisco, por bk
Martha Davie, Apr 2 A H M
McChesnoy, H Froeso.
For Maui and Hawaii, por stmr
Manna Loa, Apr 2 C W Dickey,
J Gaudall, O M Tai, J K Kaulia,
Paul Neumann, W Churchill, J
Keanu, Thomas Ayers, Miss Gan
dall, Chang Kim, Judge Kalua, I
Shorwood, F S Dodgo, J F Mor
gan, S Dodgo, II A Lindloy, A S
Uumphioys, Mr Stunley, E P
Dole, W J Gallagher, J E Bush
and wifo, and 03 deck.
Tlll'itttUtT, Ajiril 1.
8lmr Kootia, Wilton, from Wnl.etm.
Stmr J A Cumiulns, Senile, Irom Oabn
Fkidat, April 2.
Sclir Knuikruouli, from I'nntilln.
Simr Kauai, Hriilin, from Kuiiiil,
in i'Aili iin
Til cits DAT, April I.
8 8 Mouowal, Corey, for dan FruncUco.
Stair Kllauea IIou, Ueuuett, for Hawaii.
Fitliur, April 8.
Stmr Mnuna Lon, Slmi-n oi, for Maul ami
Hatviil, at to a in
Slmr Nocau, I'etrrfon, for llonokaa ami
Am bk Martin Oavis, Soulc, for Ban Frnn
clri'n. Stmr J A Cummins, Scnrle, for Oaliu
Stmr Kacna, Wilson, for I'nulM.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIUIOW.
II r tik Itoutcnbick, Itodi;cr(, for Chill.
OAIIQOES FllOM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex Ktmr Koena GUI) bas anirnr.
Kx i-chr Kaulkeaonll -JMI baa Riignr
Ex utinr J A L'uminiiiH- UQ lin siiKar.
Ex flrnr Kuual i05J lias Biii;iir, 8 billn
lllili-, 1 Lole, ilil pki;ii siliulrlf..
Theso are days of considerable
anxiety and perplexity to all who
have possessions or other interests
in the IU-publio of Hawaii, and it
is time that our citizens camo to a
mutual understanding 011 several
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at present
vague aud indistinct, mid 0111
destiny cannot bo foretold with
cortaintv. Thore aro those, also,
who still fondly oling to tho hopo
of a return to tho old order of
things, and who cannot bo per
Bunded otherwise, yot this out
look appears far moro ha, thau
that of Annexation even to tho
most hopeful disciples of tho
Monoichy. lint, foi innately, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
(here is solace in tho fact that
Buffalo Jioer has came to Btay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may equally share the
beneiits of its invigorating and
sustaining propertied. AVo aro
moreovor assured that this favorito
brow will coutiuuo to bo dispens
ed as heretofore at tho lloyal,
Pacifio imd Cosmopolitan Sa
Iooiib. llenouu Why.
Thoro aio two reasons why
people aro now paving car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to the
Palnma Grocery and back. Roason
1. It is tho only placo on tho
Islands where tho celebrated Sal
vatiou Army tea is Bold. Ilcason
2. Aftor paying car faro both
ways patrons find they aro nionoy
in pockot by dealing at this "livo
and lot livo" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods hotweQn Dia
mond Head and Momialua freo.
Opposito Railway depot, King
street. Tel. 755.
Thero is always a desiro for
chinawnro and tho desiro some
times exists in the hearts of
people who feel that they can-''
not afford to buy good ware.
Wc have decided to sell china
to our patrons as cheap as tlioy
can buy in the East, cheaper
than in San Francisco. Wo
are making specialties of sets
in decorated or plain china,
every pieco of which may bo
replaced in tho ovent of its
being broken. Our line is full
and we havo duplicates of
every pieco sold.
Tho quality of the goods is
not to be judged by the price,
if it was, the china would not
be worth toting home.
Tea Fo'p, 23 piece., Jf-J.ot)
T-h Set-, 32 plfcpo, $:t 12
Tun Sets, -11 pieces, ij-U 70
Tea Sets, 60 pieces, $4.31
Never heard of such prices
in Honolulu did you?
Breakfast sets should bo in
every huUoo. , YTe have them.
25 pieces at $2.73
37 pieces at $4 01
19 pieces Ht.f 30
73 pieces at $7.83
Theso sets are in three pat
terns, blue, brown or plain
white. Tho same for the din
ner sets. Every pieco perfect,
no seconds in the entire stock.
Dlnucr 8et, 31 pieces, $ 6 11
Dinner HetH, 60 piece-, -f 1 1 00
Dinner SeU, 05 pieces, $12.10
J)Ii)Ler Sets, H.i pieces, $15 (M)
Exact change made. Tele
phone your orders to 5G.
Von Holt Block.
Tlie March number of tliN Journal
for the Students of the Putillo Snlinola
will bo on sale at the Golden Hulk
JUzaak on MONDAY NEXT It
wnl lie full of InU'ro-tlilir Arlloles,
Short flmrle, Poeiiw, etc.J.M. WEUIJ,
A FULL LINK OK
18t7 Tennis Balls,
Counters, Etc, Etc., Etc.
IUoilvid Vx "Ahiiuedu."
No, 306 Fort Street.
Eagle -:- Hpuse
Mrs Harry Klsnirns, - - Prop
TABLE BOARD THE FINEST
.... INCLUDING MANY ....
Palatable German Dishes.
Real Estate Transactions.
Snlibcribcrs iiro furuUheil with from five
lo hIi lists pt-r wtuk, k'viuk n accurate
record of ull detilu, luorlyugut), lefttcn, ro
leiiaos, yioworrt of nttoruoy, etc., etc., which
are placed ou record. Also a list of nil
district court judgment.
SuWrlj.tloii l'rico, $2.00 per Month .
A V. GEAR,