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Grand Opening and
Closing Out Sale
Temple of Fashion.
All Goods Remarked. A Genuine Reduction of
OJST TEDE ACTUAL COST
. "Will Positively be Giveu.
From 50 to 75 per cent cheaper than you ever bought
Come and inspect,
Bffl. . SIEVA,
&r AT THE -
m km fancy oeeos
3Css C3pi-vo3DL for "tin.
5 O X B purpose
FROM BUSINESS PERMANENTLY.
and you will surely buy bofore
EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL 3, 1897.
before in Honolulu.
leaving the store.
CITY FRONT GOSSIP.
tiii; s. n. jai:i,ic aiiiiivi.s riton
The nark Molilcnn from Ihe Comil
Nome Other ITInrlnr Nolc of
Tho bark Matilda has hauled iu
from tho stream.
Tho steamer Mokolii is chalked
on tho boards to sail on Monday
at 5 p in.
It is roportod that tho wreaked
bark Lealii has entirely disap
peared, having broken np.
Tomorrow, high tide largo G:!)0
p m; high tide small 4:14 am; low
lido largo 10:08 a mj low tido small
Tho ship W F Babcook has
moved into tho stream, whero sho
will cojipleto her cargo for tho
The steamer Kinnu canio in
bright and early this morning from
Hilo and ports on tho way. Sho
brought tho usual swag of pro
duce from the Big Islo.
The Mokolii brought in an in
stalment of Olownlu sugar this
morning, also sonio wool, live
stock and packages of sundries.
Owing to the state of tho weather,
no landing could be made at sev
eral Molokai ports. '
Accident on Wnrtlilp.
Loudon, March 15. The cor
respondent of tho Times at Canea
Bays that while tho gunners of the
Hussion ironclad CesHoi Veliki
wore prnctiriiug yesterday after
imoii a gun burnt, blowing tho top
off tho turret. Fourtoou mon and
ouo olhYor wore killed, sixteen
woro wounded, five fatally.
It is believed tho bursting of
the gun was duo to nu ill-closed
breech. All tho occupants of tho
turret were killed, whilo tho fall
ing debris of themossivostrueturo
killed and wounded others.
Tho ship on which tho explo
sion occurred is ono of the largest
iu the Russian navy, hordisploco
meut boiug 12,000 tons. Sho draws
twenty-five feet of water,, is 3G5
feet long and G9 feet beam. Hor
armor is sixteen inches thick, and
sho carries twenty-six guns, in
cluding four twolvo-inch guns.
Her horse-power is ll,G0O and
suo can go 10 knots an hour.
The O ,fc O S S Gaelio entered tho
harbor at 9:i 0 'his raorniiig,haviug
arrived off port a few hours pre
vious. She was 10 days from Yo
kohama. Tho steamship was tied
up at Pacific Mail wharf, and
strictly quarantined, only mail
clerks, customs oflicors, agents
and health olllcors being allowed
on the whaif. About 88 Chinese
from tho steamer were landed at
The bark Mohican arrived this
forenoon from San Francisco,
having had a pleasant passage of
15J days. No vessels were sighted
dining ths trip. The bark brought
four passengers. She has 1000
tons of freight, including somo
powder, and G horses. The horses
are for Gus Schuman, and are iu
fine condition, having been well
taken care of during tho voyage.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaha- !
la, April a win 11 lOce, Jr.
From San Francisco, por bk
Mohican,April3 A II ltas-otnanu,
wife and child, Frank Chaplin.
From Molokai, Maui and Lanai,
per stmr Mokolii, April 3 Mrs E
Tollpfseu, Miss Pnohalo, G Lin
coln and 10 dock passeugers.
From Hawaii and Maui, por
stmr Kihau, April 3 Volcano: H
S Ohauning, Dr W F Cliauuiiig,
Alex Young, Misses Young (2),
J B Irving, J L Bakor, M Gioss
man, J E Grossmnn. Way Ports:
W II Sims, C S Dosky, O Brad
dick, HRycroft and wife, RD
Browuson, Win Chung Hoon, S N
Shoridan, G P Wilder, Sam'l
Parkor, W H Coiuwoll, Capt J
Ross, W A Wall, FG Douse, Miss
RonaDowsott, MrB E ff Ward, J
Grogory, J O Noil, Paul Jarrett,
wifo, 2 childron and servant, Mrs
0 B Dwight, i childron and sorv
nnt and 78 dock passengers.
Meohanics' Homo, nornnr Holpl
and Nuunnu stroeta, lodging by
tiay, woel: or month. Torms: 25
and CO cents por night, SI, nnd
81.25 por week.
Kiudat, April 2.
Stmr Knln, Mother, from Oaliu ports.
Satumut, April 8.
Stmr Klnsu, Clarke, from Hawaii anil
Stmr Mokolii, Andrcwi, from Molokai,
Maul and Latul.
Stmr Kenuhou, Thompion, from Hawaii.
Stmr Mlkaha'a, Thompson, from Kauai.
Stmr IVnlalcalc, l'arkcr, from Kauai.
Am blc Mohlcau, Saunders, from San Fran
cisco. S 8 Gaelic, Finch, from China and Japan.
8tmr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oahu
BtmrJmncs Makce, Tullctt, from Kauai.
Stmr Kllauca Uou, Bennett, flora Maul.
0AROOE8 FHOM ISLAND TORTS.
Ex stmr Mlkabala 5237 hags mj;ar.
Erstmr Knala-202i btigt sugar, SO bags
rice, 70 bags taro.
Ex stmr Kcauhou 3291 bags sugar, 1 bill
hides, 23 head cattle.
Ex stmr Mokolii 700 liavrs sugar. IS bales
wool, 25 pigs, I row, 1 calf, aud suudry pack
ages. Ex stmr Klnau 1(1,1(12 bags piigar.S'sj bag
corn, 100 bags potatoes. 818 sheep. 114 hides,
43 pigs, 120 pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr Wulalcalc 3213 bags sugar, 8 pkgs
VEB9KI.3 IN TOUT.
II 13 M 8 Wild 8wan, Nnpler, Victoria,
U 8 8 Marlon, Orccnc, Han Diego, March 13.
(6oastcrs not Included In this list.)
Dr bk Houtcnbcck, Kodgcrs, Liverpool,
Am ship W F Uabcock, Graham, 8 F,
Am bk Mlghland Light, Lewis, Dcparturs
Day, .March 17.
Am sehr John 1) Tallaut, Irt Oamblc, March
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, l't Dlakelr,
Am sehr Either Diihno, Andersen, Euuka,
Mar 2'2. '
Am bk Matilda, McKenzle, Port Blakcly,
Am mlis stmr Mortlng Star, Garland, Ituk,
Am ship Geo Curtis, Sproul, Nagasaki,
8 8 Autrll.i, floudlelte. 9 F, Mir in
FOKEIGN VKSSKLS EXrEUTEI).
Vessels Wlicroiroru Duo
Am ship Iroquois 8 V
Ilk -'ciiiluole N'cweastlu ....Due
NIc bk Dominion Newcastle. Due
Her bk I'aul ltcnlierg... .Liverpool Dun
Pehr Louis NmvcnMIti
Ilk Newsboy Neucustlo
Sehr Nnvulty Newcastle
Am ship Reaper... New castle
Ilk Fortuni Newcastle Apr 0
Bclir Golden Shore. . .Newcastle
Bclir Echo Newcastle...,
Hawbk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Selir Olga Newcastle MartU
Ilk Nininiiu. Kew York
Scbr Wm Uowdcn.. ..Newcastle Apr 14
Am Sehr Oceania Vance,. .Newcastle, Apr
AmbktnW II Diiiiond,..S F
Sehr W II Talbot,. .Newcastle Apr 80
Am schr Alice Cook... I'uget Sonnd....duo
Am bk Aldcu Uesse S F
Am bktn Mary....Winkelmai Newcastle
88 Coptic SF Apr 8
8 h Mariposa SF Apr 8
8S Warrimoo Victoria Apr 10
8 H Rio Janeiro 8 F Apr 17
8 8 Australia 8 K Apr 27
88 Doric Yokohama Apr 23
8H Mlowcra Sydney ....Aur SI
8 8 Alameda Sidney Aprs 2'J
Ili:l.A'IIONNIIII IIAIII.Y ITII.YKII
A I lull niuli KkII Ii a Oolnrudi. Ciiii
ktnlilp. A telegram was recoived in
Colorado a few days sinco direct
ing tho proper authorities to arrest
a young man who, it was alleged,
hud run away with his aunt. "I
havo an order for your arrest,"
remarked tho officer, addref.siug
the supposed criminal.
"For what ?"
"You havo been running nwuy
with your aunt."
"My anut ! Why, sIio'h my
"But wasn't sho your nunt be
fore sho becamo your wifo ? You
soe, we don't thlerato those kind
of goings on in Colorado."
"I suppose you nevor woro iu
Utah ?" loraarked tho yOuugman,
after ho had completed his survey
of tho detective.
"Well, as you don't "understand
tho rotations of nu aunt and
nephew in that State, I suppose I
ought to explain them to you, and
thou perhaps you moy soo your
"My father married my mother."
"I supposed so."
"Then he married hor sister,"
continued tho strangor, without
heeding tho intortuptiou. "Then
ho married tho sister of his
brother in law; then tho daughter
of his undo, who was a cousin to
bis firBt two wives; then ho mar
ried her sister, who was tho widow
of ono of his first wives' husband;
than ho married hor daughter;
anil son of his wifo married my
sister, who was also a widow of
ono of tho other wives' sous. I
suppose you are following me ?"
interjooted tho narrator.
"Marry your 'aunt or your
grandmother, oitho'r or both of
"And you won't urrost mo ?"
"No; yon might bo your own
father." Willows Promoter.
There is always a desire for
chinawaro and the desire some
times exists in tho hearts of
peoplo who feel that thoy can
not afford to buy good ware.
Wo havo decided to sell china
to our patrons as cheap as they
can buy in tho East, cheaper
than in San Francisco. ,Wo
aro making specialties of sots
in decorated or plain china,
every piece of which may bo
replaced in tho event of its
being broken. Our lino is full
and wo havo duplicates of
every piece sold.
Tho quality of tho goods is
not to bo judged by tho price,
if it was, the china would not
bo worth toting homo.
. Te.i HutB, 23 pieces, $2.fil)
'IVu Set-, 32 pii!et), .fU 12
Te Sole, 41 pieces, 3 70
Tea 8r ts, 60 pleot-o, 4.31
Never heard of such prices
in Honolulu did you?
Breakfast sets should-bo in
overy house. Wo havo them.
25 pieces at $2.73
37 pieces at J4 04
49 plrces at 30
73 pieces at 7 83
Theso sots aro in three pat
terns, blue, brown or plnin
white. Tho same for tho din
ner sets. Every pieco perfect,
no seconds in the entire stock.
Dinner Sctx, 34 pieces, $ 5 11
Dinner Sets, 60 plecex, U GO
Dlunor Hettf, 05 places, $12.40 .
Dinner Seis, 6?. pieces, l5.iw
Exact chango made. Telo
phono your orders to 56.
Von Holt Block.
The March number of this Journal
for tlie etudHiits of tho Punllo riiihooU
will ho on Bain lit llie G"I,nKN Uulk
Razaaii on MONDAY NBXT It
wnl Im full of Iniero-tlnif Articles,
Hhori SmrlHc, Poems, etc. J. M.WEBB,
A FULIi LINE OF
18b7 Tennis Ballsj
Counters, Etc, Etc., Etc.
Received Ex "Alumeila."
No Sfifi Fnrt Q'rraar
Notice Is hero'iy nlven that tho fo'l
IowIiik estrnyxJiuvH licen Impoiimltjil
in the Govirnineiit I'.ninii at MalilMi,
Honolulu, vU.: '
1 Cream Colored Mare, branded In
Cliineoo character on rlulit hind hfp
rl(jht hlnilfeet wlille, sniiill white -mot
on the hoof of the left ron-font, right
foiefoot white aud left liiniifoot blaok.
1 Sorrel Mile, branded in Chinese
uliurnoleron right. hind hip, "cm" on
left hind hip, 'ov'' on left, shoulder,
"HY" on loft blilo of the uech, white
i-potouthH foreliead, whilq Hpots'ou
the back, two wblto spots on ritht
side ami ha a sore bck.
I Blaok nnree, branded "KI" on
left hind hip, white strip on tho fore
head, white spot under the chin, white
spots on the back, upper pint of the
tull while, under the belly white. ie(t
forefoot white aud both hind feet
Ami Ifsuoh ostraysare not claimed
and all pound charges satlsfleil on or
before SATURDAY, April 10, 1807, It
12 o'clock uiiou, they will be Hold on
that dute and hour in the bleuest
M'hler. K KKKURN15,
,T , , ,, , I'oiiiulinabtor.
Honolulu, Mroh 81, 1897. 673-3t
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