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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 08, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, ATIUL 8, 1897.
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Grand Closing . . .
. ... . Out Sale !
AT SEfi AND IN PORT
& AT THE -1
Temple of Fashion.
Dotted Swiss Organdies
Formerly 8 .yards $1.00
Now 10 yards $1 00
Now 22c. per yard
Printed Organdies Swiss Finish.
Formerly 5 yards 1,00
Now 8 yards $1.00
Formerly 5 yards $1.00
Now 8 yards $1.00
Printed Lace Goods
F 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 10 yards $i. 00
Formerly 12 ynnls $1.00
Now 20 yards $1.00
Formerly $1.50 per yaid
Now sellinj' at 90c.
White Miislins, Figured.
Formerly 25e. and 20c.
Now 10 yards, $1.00
White Muslins, Striped.
Formerly 25c. and 20c.
Now 10 yard $1.00
White Muslins, Dotted.
Formerly 25c. and 20c.
Now 10 yards $1.00 -
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ALOXU TIIK nOCKM.
Ocoldrnlnl A OHfiiIiiI N. H. Ouptlci Out
Mrard-Ilnrkrntliio Y. II. nininutl
from Nan I'rnurl'ro,
Iff. J3. SIEiVA.
Four-masted achoouor 15 miles
N Eat 2:29 pm.
Sealskins woro selling in Lon
don lust month at SG.10.
Tho barkontino Skagit Bailed
for Paget Sound tbis morning.
The U 8 gunboat Petrol is on
her way to Honolulu from Sun
A boat of tho Bteainor Kauai
was badly damaged at Waimoa a
day or two ago.
Tho ship Gcorgo Curtis is load
iug sugar for Now York at tho
Tho ship Iroquois arrived last i
nig in, lo days from the Const, olio
is to load for Now York.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 10:00
p m; high tido small 8:40 am; low
tido large 1:30 pm; low tido small
5:15 a m.
Over one hundred rejected Jap
aneso immigrants, who arrived in
tho Sakura-maru, return to Japan
in the S S Coptic.
An exchange Bays thnt Captain
Colly, fouuerly of tho Don Adol
fo, is to succeed Captain Lee ae
mnstcr of tho C D Bryant.
Two o'clock was the hour set for
the missionary vessel Morning
Star to sail for San P'rntieisco to
duy. Cau'nit) 1'tav is now mitstcr.
Tho schooner Ka Moi arrived
iliis moiuiug troin Paauilo with
hnlf a lonii of HUgnr. Tlio weather
whs very lough on tin Hamakua
ioHst,'inal;iii(.' it dillieult to handle
augur. Tin Ka Moi parted soven
lines whili- lying oi Pannilo.
I'he Pilot Chait of the North
Pacific Ocohu for Apiil lias a val
uable article on "The Piif-sngo of
tlio Strait of Lo Mitire." It Kay:
'Captain Berry of the American
liar k Mohican has made, since
1853, 23 voyagpB to the westward
around Capo Horn, 22 of them
through Lo Maire strait."
O Wharton, a young lad who
has been in tho employ of tho
Hawaiian Gazette Company for
soruotime past, has shipped on the
German bark Callao for a trip to
New York The boy is eighteen
years of age, and will make the
long sea voyago for the benefit of
his health, his parents being quite
willing and pleased that ho should
Tho S F Chronicle says: Tho
United States training ship
Adams, now at San Diego, is hav
ing a great deal of trouble with
her crew. The men are deserting
lapidly, sixteen cases being re
potted in two days. An officer
came ashore with eleven men in a
boat a few days ago, and when he
wi-nt buck to it to return to'the
ship he louud every man gone.
He had to hire a boatman to take
I V. II. IMiikiiiiI Arrive.
This morning the barkentino
W II Dimoud, Nileou master, ar
rived from San Francisco after an
uneventful voyago of MJ days.
Fiue weathor uas experienced tho
whole way. Five passengers came
down in the Ditnoud. Besides a
geiiernl rai mo in Hip lnld, thre
was a zoological garden on deok.
Thorn wore 24 horses in epleudid
condition, 2 cows, a calf, some
chickens, rabbits, pigeous and
lll'IVI'lllClllH of II. S. MlljlV.
Washington, D 0, March 23
Tho cruisor Detroit, homeward
bound from the China Btatiou,
reached Aden, aud after coaling
will proceed up tho Rod Sea,
through tho Suez Canal to tho
Mediterranean, wheroBhe will ex
change a uuuiber of men with the
ships of tho Europeun squadron
bolore starting for Now York.
'The flagship Philadelphia, which
tookAdmiral licnrdsleo to the
opening of tho Guatemalan expo
sition, has loft San Jose do Guate
mala for Acapulco, en route to
The apprentice training-ship
Adams is at San Uiogo propariug
for a voyage to tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. Tho Yorktown has arrived at
Chin Kiang, China, and tho Yun
tio loft Colouia, Uruguay, for
A I Nun I'miiclifil.
Animlat Kan Fiancisco Mar
23: Ship Mnrio llackfeld, IH days
from Honolulu; ilk Santiago, 11
dayB from Hilo; Sohr Motha Nob
bou, 10 days from Kahului. Mar
20: Iik 8 C Allen, 10 days from
Honolulu; Bktn Geo O Perkins,
1G days from Mahukona; Bktn
Planter, 15J days from Kahului.
Mnr 27: Sour Eva, 14 days from
Kahului. Mar 28: Schr Transit,
12 dayB from Honolulu. Mar 29:
Bktn SNCastlo, 13 days, Schr
llobort Lowers, 14 days. Schr Ho '
nolulu, 20 days, from Honolulu.
Mar 30: S S City of Bio do Jane
iro, 6 days from Honolulu. Mar
31: Brig CoubuoIo, 14 J days from
Sailed from San Francisco Mar
23; Schr Muriel for Honoipu. Mar
24: Bktn W H Diraoud, for Ho
nolulu; Brig J D Spreckols, for
Mahukona. Mar 25: Ship Iro
quois, for Honolulu. Mar 30: 13k
Albert, for Honolulu. Mar 31: U
SS Petrel, for Honolulu.
Iiilnriiiiilloii lor ilInrluiTM,
In 'its forecast of wiud and
weather in tho North Pacific Ccean
for April, tho Pilot Chart for thio
month sayB: "Tho sub-ohart of
isobars and isotherms bIiowb an
almost porranuent high with its
center about midway between tho
Hawaiian Islands aud the Coast
of California, but a little farther
north than during March. Tho N
E trade wind bolt wilt bo found
slightly widened, with tho south
ern limit remaining about the
same, while the northern limit has
moved farthor north than during
last month. Tho general move
ment of tho wind is around this
high, with the sun. Along tho
south side, tho trade winds will bo
found blowing with o decided
northerly plant in that portion of
tho ocean "'it of tho Mewntiuu
Inlands, while to the westwarfl
they are more easterly, and fro
quently E S E'ly. Near the coaBt,
within the northeast trado wind
limits, northerly and N W'ly
winds may bo expected instoad of
N E'ly winds? It should be ro
mi-mborel tlmt tho trade wind
limits marked on the chart are on
ly the average ones, aud vessels
may find a slight deviation from
them and may frequently pass
from ouo trade to another without
any period of calms or doldrums.
Tho N E trades may bo expooted
to blow with an average force of
4 to 5 Beaufort scale. Occasional
ly fog will bo found along the
eoast of the Uuited States, but nor
sufficient to warrant its piobable
limits boing shown on the chart.
From Ban Francisco, per bktn
W H Dimond, April 8 Mr Still,
Mrs McLniii, Chas Stole, J Mess
ing, A Englishliee.
1 8SF.NOEUS DEPARTED.
For San Pi anoiseo, per S S Aus
tralia, April 7 Dr Avery and wife,
V N Armstrong, MUh E Taylor.
Mi-s Owles, Mr J W Winter, G N
Webber and wife, Mis L Marks
and two children, J N Murdoch,
J D clueruy, W C Parke, Mr
uuil Mih Cliameoii, Mi Ht.'iihuii)
and child, Mrs C ,1 Ludwigsi n
and daughter, Mis V W Hull,
Mrs .1 T Waterhouee and four
iliiluon, J L Builwi, Mi.ii S E
Pinder, D E Mile-, Mnjir and
Mis II A Baitlett, MUh Hoffman,
Miss U Smith, Southard Uull
niau, Jr, S H Buardman, Mihs
Newlands, Mr and Mis Fred G
Bulkley, Dr W F Ch.inning, IIS
iJhanniiiu', .Mrs Kirkpatrh-k,
George Grau, W A Kinney.
For Japan aim China, per SS
Coptic, April 8 Mi and Mrs W F
Allen, Mr llalstou, Miss biruie,Ah
I'oru Trjlnjr l .UmIki Irunltli'.
Lima, March 30. The issue
raised between Pern and tho
United States with regard to tho
imprisonment of Rami-oy, tho
American sailor, is becoming a
serious matter. Tho Peruvian
Government refuses to accede to
the demand of United States Min
ister McKoiizie to sot Itamsoy at
Daisy Do you kuow, I think
Cholly has something on his mind.
Bollo Do you? If ho has he
must be good at balancing.
During the ulmt-uce of Lvo Chu
f rum the Itepultllo Htv Hoy will net
HH MbllBKfr OI Tile UuilU JjUllllMT ttlitl
llulldlntr Co . Ltil.
THE OAHU I.UMUEK & BUILD
IN a CO., Ltd
Duted Honolulu, II. I., Apill (1,
WEliNnsiiAT, April 7.
Btmr Kaala, Moshcr, from Oiliu port.
Stmr Hclenc, Fitteerald, from Hawaii.
Am thlp lroqaoli, Taylor, from Ban Fran
cljco. TnuitSDAT, April 8.
Btmr KltMiea (ton, Wclibartb, from Ha
waii. Stmr VVululi'ttle. Tarkcr, from Kauai.
Bclir Ka Moi, Irom I'niuiUo
Am bktn W II DImoiwl, Nllson, from San
Stmr J A Oummlni, Bcailc, from Oabu
Tiidiibdat, April 8.
Am bktn Skagit, lloblnson, for Pngct
S S Coptic, Sealtiy, fur Japan anil China.
Stmr Knala.'.Moilicr, for Kabuku aud Pu
naluu Stmr Wnlalcalc, Parker, for Kllauca.
Stmr Lcbua, Nye, for Lauptfiocboc, (laka
lnn, Hononiu, and PohaKumanu.
Am miss Btmr Mornliu; Star, Urn), for San
OAItaOEB FllOM ISLAND rOIlTS.
ECktmr WnlalealoMiO bai; sugar.
Ex tmr Kualn-'J(rJ5 liuifs sunr.
Er schr Kn Moi 1410 bos sugar.
Ex btmr Kllnuct Hou S'OTJ tjrniiKivr.
Ex ftmr Lcliua 2100 bags sugar.
l'.t tmr Ilulcne IS.OoO b'agsnugar.
vrbSFLd IS I'OUT.
U S S Marlon, Orccnc, San Dlcgo, March 13.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ship V F Habcock, Graham, S F,
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Pt Ulakely,
Am bk .Matilda, McKcnrlc, Port Ulakcly,
Am Mitp Oo Curtis, Bproul, Nagasaki,
Mar si). '
Am bk Mighland Light, Lewis, Departure
Hay. Mar 17.
Am hlp Luzon, Park, dbanglml, Marv!8.
Haw bk lloiuille, Nlsscii.Chemaliniis. Feb 21.
Am bk Mohican, pauudi-rs, V, April .1.
Am bk Seminole, Wcudon, Ncwcaitlu, Apr 5.
AS' lUp ' uV'eK T-rl r 'rn i .a -r,
Am bktn WJI Dlmond. Nllson, 8 P. Apr 8.
KOUKION VFSSKLS EXPECTED.
veiwjis Where iron Due
NIc bk Dominion Newcastle Due
(itr bk Paul Ireubvrv.x. Liverpool Duo
dir Louis Newcastle
Ilk Newsboy Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Am shlpKeaper... Newcastle
Bk Kortuna Newcastle Apr 6
Schr Golden Shore. ..New emtio
Schr Echo NcucuhIIc
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... Ma; .11
Schr Olgu Newcastle Mur3I
Uk Nuuanil New York
Belir Wm UoHdcn.. ..Newcastle AprH
Am dcliV Oceania Vance,. .Newcastle, Apr 30
Am bktn W II Dlmond,. .S F
Scbr W II Talbot,. .Newcastle Apr SO
Am 'hr A'leeCool:.. Pugc 'J"un'3....due
Am lik Albert SF
Am bk Allien Hesse S F
Am bktnT Mary.... Winkclmaii.... New castle
SS Coptic 3F Apr 8
S S Mariposa. ... sF Apr 8
SS Warrimoo Victoria Apr 10
S S Mo Janeiro S F Apr 17
SS Australia S F Apr 27
SS Doric Yokohama Apr 'i
S d Mlowera Sydney ..;.Ar 21
SS Alameda Sydney Aprs 2'J
PAHKER In Honolulu, April 0, IVJ7, to the
ulfuof Capt Hobert Parker, a son.
BANNISTEIt In Honolulu at Queen's Hos
pital, April 7, lh'J7, Caroline II Kail
nlter. Relatives and frlnds of the family are
respeclfull invited to atlemt ihu Oineral
Irniii her late residence, Maklkl, at U p m
Tho Warrimoo that is expected
neiuApiil io fiom Victoria will
bring n largo consignment of
Original Bock Beer for the An
chor Saloon. While thero has
been Bock Beor on the Honolulu
maiket, it does not begin to com
pare with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will have on tap after
tin r.riiv! r,f the Wnr'-inio T'ho
reaeou for this is that tho Hnck
that has already arrived is too
fresh. The Hock Beer in the
Status is made at the first of the
year and kept till May 1. The con
bignmcut to urrive is some of tho
original beer and is guaranteed to
bo bettor than any Bock evor im
ported. Wait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho Anchor after tho
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
Mivoy to Culm.
Judgo William It. Day of Con
tou, the life-long fri-md of 1'iosi
dout McKiuloy, will probably bo
sent to Cuba. It is kuown that
tho Fiosideut is considering tho
advisability of having Judgo Day
go to Havaua ns the legal repre
sentative of tho St at 3 Department
in tho investigation to be made of
the alleged murder iu piisou of
Barber You Bay you have boon
hero beforo. 1 don't seem to ro
mouther your faco. Victim Fro
buoly not. It is all healed up y
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