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EVENING DUIilJlfiTIN, AIMtll. 7. 181)7.
& AT THE -J
Temple of Fashion.
NOTE THESE PRICES:
Dotted Swiss Organdies
Formerly 8 yards $1.00
Now 10 yards $1 00
iorineriy t)c. per yard
Now 22Ac pur yard
Printed Organdies Swiss Finish.
Formerly 5 yards $1 00
Now 8 yards SI. 00
Formerly 5 yards $1 00
Nov R yards $1.00
Printed Lace Goods
Fi rmerly 7 yards $1.00
Now 10 yards $1.00
Formerly 5 yards $1.00
Now 8 yards $1 00
Formerly 5 yards $1.00
Now 10yaids$l 00
Formerly 12 yards $1.00
Now 20yards $1.00
T' i ilj 1.50 (juryaid'
Now Belling at 90c.
White Muslins, Figured.
Formerly 25c. and 20c.
Now 10 yards, $1.00
White Muslins, Striped.
Formerly 25c. and 20c.
Now 10 yiml $1.!0
White Muslins, Dotted.
Formerly 25c, and 20c.
Now 10 yards $1.00
AT SEfl AND IN PORT SHIPPIHG WTBLLICEHOE.
ai i it t i.i. saii.n roil Hy fh.v
Mnrr lilt-lit In mid About lh Harbor
ihe Nlcatutlilp Mnrlpuaa
Holono off port at 2 p m.
Tho bark Mohican has begun
S 8 Australia Bails for San
Francisco at 5 p.m.
Tho S S Coptic was reported off
Koko Hend at 12 "25 p m.
Mariposa was to liavo Bailed
from San Francisco ou April 2.
Tlio Cnllao for Now York and
tho Skagit for Puget Sound both
The fschoouor Moiwnhino is in
polt. tilio l)rought n full loud of
Bweotness from tlio Big Islo.
A" foroigu vosboI was roporlcd
off port limt tiight, hue thoro wns
no etriingu uail in sight this morn.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 8:48
p m; high tide small 7:10 am; low
tide largo 0:25 p m; low tide small
4:20 a ni.
Customs ollicers captured about
sixty tins of opium at the wharf
where tho J A Cummins was ro
coiviug freight yesterday after
noon. Tho bark Semiuole has moved
to Fort utu'ot whiuf to dischargo
This old vpbhpI reminds some of
our local mariners of tho days of
niHchiuo is oueaued
the howldeie nt
whnif whore the
grounooa lust week.
The hark UimhIio has boon sold
to Ortlmiu & Co, Japauoso, for
S175. Slio will bo broken up. Tho
doukey engine of the Bimbo was
Hold to the ship Georgo Curtis tho
other day for S375.
Tho SF (.l.rouiol of March 19
says: E Chnrliur, who for several
years piiHt has filli'd tho position
of "prooureur" or Judge at Tahiti,
arrived ycsteiday on thn Tropin
bird and is a guest at the Ocoi
deutul. He has recently been ord
ered by tho French Government
to Basso-Terro on tho Island of
Guudaloupe, whero ho will fill a
similar position MrOhurlicr says
that ail is peaceful once moro
among the natives of the group.
A Fiench dinner managed to sub
duo the recent uprising without
mooh trouble, and lip considers
that there is no prospect of any
further hostilities in tho near
The S S Coptic loft Sun Frau
rihey Apiil 1 at 1:50 p in, and ar
rived ut llounliilii today at 1 p m.
Light VHi'iublu niiidn and smooth
8-ns weie expoimnced during the
pasougp. Time: (Jdiiyn, 1 hour anil
12 (Illti uteri.
tt.Hi NUEIIS AIUUVLlJ
From Kauai, per Btmr James
Mnkfi', April 7 Bishop of Fauo
uolin, Mr IVm-non.
From San Fianciioo, pnr S S
Coptic, Apnl 7 M S Gtiubaum
hu1 wife and CO iu trutinit.
I' HBENOEIIH DEPARTED.
For Muni, pur ntmr Claudine,
April (i O P Wilder. W A Wall,
Cuntiiin McDonnell, 0 E Kin;;,
Mr Muller, Mis Sylvn, .Mrs
linker, Alr W Larson, W Stibnnl,
S Stibmd, Mius IJrooks, Tong
Chop and A) iug.
For Kim -i, per stmr W G Hall,
April o'-W H Hico, Jr, Mrs V II
Bice, (tiijlur Wilcox, Elsie Wil
cox, T P Si'veiiu, Mrn Kcamo.Mis
L Miller, Master Harold Bice
and Mahter Philip lUcp.
A Ullriilnrj- .Neuppcr
En ltouto, an intermittent pub
licotion which M. M. Lossy and
H. Papilliiml, two Parisiun re
porters, are publishing, is loady
to como out in San Francisco.
There will bo ton pages of toxt
and illustrations, half tho pago iu
French and half in English. Tho
sohemo of tho two travolors was to
travel around the world, publish
ing in overy country, nnd iu tho
nativo language of that country,
nn issue of their papor. Tho'sub
soription includes a copy of oach
issuo, and thoro havobeou thirteen
issues so far.
WritMrtiiAV, April 7.
Btmr Jimes Mokto, Tullitl, from Kauai.
Schr Mol Wablnc. from I'aaullo.
O A O 8 B Coptic, Bcalbjr, from Han Fran
Btmr I.cliiu, , from Hawaii,
Tuemut, April. C.
Blmr J A Cummins, Hcarlc, fur Oatiu
WKONcaDAT, April T.
8 8 Anolrnll.1, Houdlclte, for Sun Frnn
altco. 8lmr Iwalnul, Ori'cory, for I.nlmlna, Hono
kaa and Kukulliavlc.
Stmr Jamca Makvc, Tullctt, for Knpaa.
Blmr Nocnu, I'utcrton, for llaiiamaulu,
TE88EI.9 LEAVIKO TOMOllllOW.
Am bktn Skagit, Koblnsou, fur I'ugct
Ocr bk Callno, Kottcr, for New York
S 8 Coptic, Sealby, for Japnn nnd Clilu.i.
OAltOOEH 1'BOM ISLAND l'OUTS.
Ex utinr Jomua Mnkcc 50u bnt e'lar, O'l
bag rlcu, i'i but; leaf mould.
Kx aclir Mnl Wnlilno "IIiki Imira anenr.
IIOESCII In Honolulu, April 7, 1837, tolbo
lfv of Cliai. Hocscb, a diuiKbtcr.
VhriSl-.Ld l.i l'ullT.
UBS .Marlon, Greene, Sau Diego, Marcb 13.
(Coastera not Included In tills Hat.)
Am ship W F liabcock, (Jrnliam, S F,
Am lk Mlulilaud Llj;ht, Lewis, Dcparturg
Uay, March 17.
Han- bk Diamond Head, Wnid, l't lllnkely,
Am bk Matilda, McKenzIc, Fort Illakclr,
Am mls stmr Morclni; Star, Garland, ltuk.
Am bblp (Jco Curtis, Sprnul, Nagasaki,
S3 Australia, Iloucllcttc. S F, Mar.SiJ
m "bip l.i rop, 1'vk, Slinualnl, Mar8.
Han bk Hoiaile, 2Mbaeii,01iuuaiiiius, b'eb.l.
Am bk Mohlc.au, Bauiulefn, F, April H.
Am bk -enilniile, Wctdilu, N'uweaslli. Apr fi.
POItEKIl VF98KLS EXI'El'TEl).
Vessel? Wnerulroih Duo
Am slnp Iroquois S F
NIC bk Dominion Ncncastla Hue
O'T bk I'ou) Ircnberi; ...Liverpool Due
Ilk Nuwslioy Newcaitle
t'clir Novelty Newcastle
Am slilplliapcr... Newcastle
Ilk Fortuna Newcastle Apr G
SchrfloldcQ Sboro. ..Newcastlo
dchr KcIki Newcastle
Ha-v bl- lolanl New York .... May 31
clir OIku Newcastle Mar ill
Bk Nuuanu New York
Scbr Wm liowdcn.. ..Newcastle Apr If
Am riclir Ocianla Vance,. ,Ncvcotle, Apr
Am bktn W II Winona, ..H F
."clir V II Ulbut,. Nencistle Apr 30
Am scbr Allco Cook... l'ugct Sound. ...due
Am bk Aldon Hesse 3 F
Am bktn Mary.... Wiukelinaii.. ..Newcastle
3tiCoillc SF Apr 8
rt S Murlposa. ... F Apr 8
8 8 WarrUnoo ....Victoria Apr 111
J 3 Itm Janeiro til' Apr 17
So Australia SF Apr 'J7
SS Doric Yokohama Apr 'J.I
8 8 Mlcmcra Sydney ....Apr 2i
6 8 Alameda bydney Aprs Si'J
Evening Bulletin 76c per month.
nit: AiiA.ifSAr nin illicit.
Kiivnl Aiiri'iillr mi 'Ihrlr l'lrnt
CViiIma mi n niiiibmil.
San Diego, Cnl., March 21.
The United StotesgutiboatAdams,
tlio traiuitig ship for the naviil ap
prentices, arrived iu poit at 8:0
o'clock lltii ntornimr, after cruise
of thirty-live day a fiom San Frau
cibco. Lieut. Miluer leported all
well nn board, iuciudiUi. tho lull
rpprent'" hovi i"ln urn vnyr in
port nttor their firat cruiho ou tho
"For the first ten days after
leaving Sim Prauoisco," said
Lieut. Milner, "wo encountered
very rnuyh weather and tho boys
were frightfully sick Some of
the poor fellows uoio ho ill that
dii-y J.Jar..d thcl llu- iliili,
want to live any lunger. But a
few days of that tort of thing in
itioted them beautifully, and he
foie we had been out two weeks
tlioro wasn't a sick man or boy
aboaid ship. I'lio weuthtr since
then has beou iiuo and, lid fur as I
can judge, 1 believe the experi
ment of training )ouii; Ameiicun
boys Rir tho United States navy
will provo a signal success.
"Wo will remain hoie about ton
days and will then sail for Mugda
leua liny, thence to Honolulu,
thence to Port Angeles, Washing
ton, arriving back at San Fran
cisco about July 15. During our
cruiso wo havo been under sail
all tho tiinV, having used none of
Uncle Sum's money for coul, and
tho boys havo thus hod on oxpori
once in sailing a ship impossible
for them to acquire iu any othor
way. During tho cruiso we have
sailed 3250 miles, going us far
bouth as Capo Sap Luoas."
Now suitings and pants patterns
nrn urnvinc by every mail steam
er for L. 14. Kerr. Ho sells a siuulo
yuid ut wholooulo prices.
r itii; oi'kma iiormu
I'ltlnu Jnrilmia nml Ihrlr Kuiiimi
llcllulit Anollii'r I.Hiun Amllriii'r,
The Upern House was again
filled last night with tho largest
nudionco of tho prosont soason to
witnoBs tho wondorfnl perform
ancos of tho Flying Jordans and
Miss Virginia Aragon. Tho 1 nt
tor added a fow additional feats to
her tight-wire exhibition which
created increased wondor among
tho "audience The Flying Jor
daus also added now and evon
moro diflicult nets to thoso al
ready givou. Thero aro many
pooplo in tho city who have boon
to overy porformanco given by
those talented artists who aro yet
unable to make up their inimls
which they like best, tho horizon
tal bar work of tho Marios, tha
flying leaps of tho Jordans or tho
wiro walking of Miss Aragon.
Tho reason may bo found iu tho
suggestion that thoy are all unex
celled in their respective lines.
The funny business of the Oli
faula, Howard and St. Clair,
Burko and Forest, nil help to
make tho evening's outertiiiumout
u most oujoynbls one
Thoro will bo a special matineo
oveuiug tho troupo will make its
lnaNui in , u L.H.. Jj until
its return from tho Colouios.
President aud Mrs. Dole, Min
ister and Mrs. Damon and Colonel
and Mrs. Fishor occupied tho
Irwin box last ovouing, whilo
many prominent periplo woro
scattored about the audieiine.
AT .iU COLLI.Gi:.
I'rocrnm r tlio 'oncirt Arrmiiccil fur
The following excellent pro-
gT.lll lino Jinn-, T)ivn.lirl f 'jq
concert to bo given ou Friday
evening by members of the facul
ty and pupils of Oahu College:
Selection College Orchestra
With Organ and Violin.
Miss Jossio Hoove Axtell.
Piano Duet Iloudo in C . . Dibclli
Misses Axtell and Suuter.
My Homo by the Soa.. .Lmnpard
Beading Apology of Othello
J. L. Howard
Organ Solo Selected
- Prof. A. B. Iugalls
i'AKi pf ,
Selection College Orchestra
Huntors' Chorus From Der
Freischutz von Wobor
Violin Solo Fifth Noctumo
' It. E. Bond
Sclcctiou llobin Hucd
Spanish Song Eckert
Miss JeHsie Beove Axtell.
Sleep Well, Sweet Angel Abt
i-IIB Ol'HI.tl oMZiriCR.
lludln and llmuielt Will llnvfl Tbclr
Trlii I nn I'rldnj.
Tho sack which John Itadin,
tho hackdriver, took down to tho
ta mi i ' - . u j i t'f i...y
afternoon nnd dnlivtei1 io rteunptt,
mato of the vessel, contained 10
tins of opium.
After anestiiiK Biidin tho offi
cers searched his premises and iu
a cottage occupied by a Chinese
employed in the stable was found (
another sack uudor tho bed con
taining 30 tins. An additional,
'lii'i r.r.i,)! i-i' ' i'vny
preferred against adin and tho
In the police court this morning
tho caso3 wore called and sot for
trial ou the i)th, nil of tho dofon
duuts boiug admitted to bail.
Itonl.cd o Lentil.
The following passengers aro
booked to leave on tlio steamship
Australia, sailing at 4 o'clock this
Dr Avery and wife, W N Arm
strong, Miss E i'aylor, Mies
Owles, Mis .T W Winter, G N
Webber and wife, Mis L Minks
and two children, J N Murdock,
J D Moluemy, W C Parko, Mr
and" Mrs Chameon, Mrs Bronham
nnd child, Mis C J Ludwigson
and daughter, Mrs W W Hall,
Mrs J T Watorhouso aud four
children, J L Barker, Miss S E
Piudor, D E Miles, Major and
Mrs H A Bartlott, Miss Hoffman,
Miss H Smith, Southard Hoff
maut Jr, S H .Boardman, Miss
Newlands, Mr and Mrs Fred Q
Bulkley, Dr W F Ohanning, II 3,
Chauning, Mrs Kiikpatrick,
Goorgo QraurW A Kinney.
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