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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 0, 1897.
AT bEfl AND IN PORT SHiPPiHfi intelligeboe.
J. S. WsJkeiy
AM) I llr.lt HATCH Ol' JM'ANLNi:
1 - EsMc - Brota
Tlirvo Unruly Hullom In Captivity
Trnfllc All Ailing
Opens MONDAY, April 12th,
Temple of Fashion.
MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
26 PER CENT 25
gf ON THE ACTUAL COSTS
Shirt Waists I Shirt Waists !
With Ties to Match!
Latest Siyles !
"New Designs !
25Per Cent on the Actual Cost 25
MONDAY, APRIL 12th.
't Forget the Discount !
25 Per Cent on Actual Cost !
M. . SI&VAL, -
Tho Luzon has hauled into tho
Btrcnra, wboro alio will comploto
Tomorrow, high tide largo 11:08
p m; high tidoomall 10:25a in; low
titlo largo 2:55 pm; low tido small
5:55 a m.
The Bchoonor Alioo Cooke, 27
days fiom Port Oamblo, uriired
yodtordny uttcruuuu with a bijj
Iumbor cargo for Lowers fe
Tlio nteamor Likeliko arrived to
day fom Hawaii. One of hor
crow was struck ou tho head by a
falling block during tho trip. Tho
injured man wus takou to tho hos
pital. A Troultlcuniue Trio.
About a weok ago, throo sailors
of tho American ship Qoorgo Gur
tis Bkippod out, and nothing was
heard of tl.uiu uulil utoidu.
Tho police wero informed that tho
follows wore at Ewu, so Captain
Harry Evans, waterfront police,
aud Detective Toma went after
them. Tho hiding placo was found
in a Japancso camp, thrco miles
beyond Ewa mill. On being die
covorod, tho runaway tars showed
tight, thteiitoning to wipo tho two
oiDcors off tho earth. Harry and
Toma clapped tho steel bracolots
on thorn in a jiffy. Tho return
journey wns thou begun. The pri
souorfl woro quito stubborn and
sullen aud gave tho otlicers as
much trouble as they could, so
that it was decided host to stay at
Ewa ail night. Early this morn
iug, the police and their captives
came to tho city iu tho train. The
deserters woro put in a coll at tho
Police Station, whore thoy will
probably romain for n whilo.
Tho Japanese steamer Kinai
Miiru arrived this morning with
G80 Jupancso froo laborers and 2
Japauoso cabin passengers from
Eobo. Sbo was 20 days out. Tho
Japo in this hatch am said to be a
dirty lot. There was no sickness
aboard. Tlio steamor is anchored
in the atreara. Tho fumigation
aud inspection of tho now immi
grants is going on at Quaiantino
Island this afternoon. Tho only
chap aboaul who understood Eug
lish was tho first officer, and ho
had but a limited knowlodgo of it,
which miide tho work of tho cus
toniB officers aud tlio port phytd
ciau a little dillicult. Besides tho
piibBougorS, tho Kinai Maru
brought 1G9 tons of freight.
It is reported that work is being
pushed rapidly forward on Lord
Uuuravou's 'Vulkyrio III.,' and
she will hi.- a competitor in tho
largest class of single stickors dur
ing the British racing ooason.
YttCiillUg UlllhUulUdU iii I'.dfl'll
for Iter performances, as compared
with tho 'Britannia,' tho 'Ailsa,'
the 'Meteor' and tho 'Satanita,'
with the greatest intorest, aud tho
mooted question as to whether or
not she is the fastest yaoht in Bri
tish waters bids fair to bo definite
Paris, Ma roll 11. Dredging in
Ureal Boad has led to tho discov
oiy off (Jiande Iiivimo, half a mile
from tho coast, and at u depth of
foity feet, of a frigate a huudred
and fifty feet long, pierced by
numerous cannon balls. Tho ves
sel is believed to have been sunk
by tho Euglish nearly throo hun
dred years ago.
A Itcciird lNiiNiign.
' Mobilo, Ala., March 19 Tho
British schr Mnrgarot S Smith
broke a world's record on hor trip
from Buautuu to .Mobile, artiving
here yestorduy. Tho distauco is
nino hundred miles, aud tho
schooner mado it in three days.
r? , ,: !
Teacher Tommy, if you gave
your littlo brothor nino sticks of
candy and then took away sovon,
what would that make r Tommy
It would make him yoll.
MisB Gingorly Why do you
smoke so much, Mr. Gulling? Mr.
Gulling Because a good cigar
helps mo to think. Miss Ginger
ly Oh! It's too bad that your
dealer carries such a poor stock.
Tittiiitiur, April 8.
Am fclir Alice Cooke, I'cnlullow, from
Fsidat, April 0.
Btmr Jamea Mtkcc, Tullett, from Kusal.
Btmr Nocu, Peterson, from Kul.
Schr I.uka, from l'aaullo.
Jnp 8 8 Kltml Maru, SakMa, from Kobe.
Btmr I.lkcllkc, Freeman, from'llanrall.
BtiurMauna I.na, Blmeraon, from Hawaii
Fiiipay, April 0.
Btmr J A Cummins, Scarlc, for Ooliu
Sclir Mot Walilns, for Hawaii.
Btmr Kllauca Hon, Wclr, forOlowalu, Lnu
pnliot hoc, Kukalnu and l'cpcckeo.
Gcr lk Cullnu, Koster. for Now York
Btmr James Makcc, Tullett, for Knpaa.
Btmr Nocau, t'ctcrton, for lliuiamaulu.
OAItaOES FROM ISLAND POIITH.
Ex ftmr J A Cummins-lVJt buirs suirar.
Kx stmr James Mnl.ee 'JR.VI bagt sugar.
Kx stmr Llkcllke ID.10'1 bin suar.
Ex sttnr Noiau -4'io'J bni U(;r.
VKSSKLd IN l'OHT.
U 8 8 Marlon, Greene, Bau Diego, March 13.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ship W F Hsbrnck, Oralism, B F,
tlnw tv nbrnet'd Head, Ward, l't Illakcly,
Am bk Matilda, McKenzle, Port Illakelr,
Am ship Ueo Curtis, Bproul, Nagasaki,
Am hk Highland Light, Lewis, Departure
Hay, Mar 17.
Am ship Luzon, Park, Shanghai, Mar 23.
Haw hk llosalie, Nlssen.Chemalmus, Feb 21.
Am hk Mohican, Maunders, F, April :).
Am hk 'einltiole, tticdon, Newcastle, Apr 5.
Am ship lroquolr, 'lnjlor, van Krauelsco,
April 7. i
Am hktn V II Dlrnmut. Mlsou S V, Apr 3.
Am schr Alice Cool.e, l'vnbilluw, t'oit unm-
lap 8 B Ivlnal .Maru. .-uMila, Kobe, Aill II.
rOHEIUN VF8BUL8 EXVIXTKU.
Vessels Where trom Hub
NIc bk Dominion, ....Ncwenhtlo Due
tier tik I'nul Ueiilieru l.lM-rpool Due
Schr Louis 'uneatl
Ilk N'cwkIidj Sc uciKtle ,,
Ilk Fortuna Neneatle Apr fi
Schr Golden cuoro, ..Newcastle
Bcbr Kcho Newcastle
Haw bk Iolnui New York .... May 31
Schr Oljju Newcastle MarXI
III. Nuuaim New York
Schr Wm llowdui ..Newcastle. . .Apr 14
Am Schr Oceania Vntice,..Nuwiastlc, Apr St)
Am hktn W II Dlmnnd, K F
hthr W 11 'lalhot,..Nonciistlo Apr SO
Am bk Albert 8F
Am hk Alden Besse B F
Am bktn Mary.. ..Wlnkclman... .Newcastle
8 8 Coptic 8F Apr 8
8 8 Mariposa F Apr S
88 Warrlmoo Victoria Apr IB
SB Rio Janeiro 8F Apr 17
8 8 Australia 8F Apr 87
8 8 Doric Yokohama Apr 2i
8 8Mlowera Sydney ....A.r 3
8 8 Alameda Sjdnl'y A pit) !U
ANotiinii hi aii: iii:a! riton,
IIntlMlI nltlt Be Annexed or Adopted
lu home Form.
Tho annexation question seems
to bo absorbing tho entire atten
tion of the people of Hawaii at
the present time, the Tacoma
Ledger says, and continues: No
doubt tho rotiremont of Cleveland
aud the inauguration of McEiuley
have given them renewed hope. At
any rate they are making tho
chaugo in our administration tho
occasion for renewing their solici
tatiou for annexation, with a new
and stalwart vigor. Tho nows
pupors of Honolulu huvo almost
Hit of'-v '-''" Tlint norll if 'if
the population whin U if, uot en
gaged in newspaper making, do
voten itsolf nioro or less assiduous
ly to tho preparation and publica
tion of pamphlots arguing tho de
sirability of annexation for both
sides. Nearly all these writers
prove to their own satisfaction
that aunoxatiou is forovory reason
It io doubtless dcsirablo for
many reasons. Tho trado of Ha
waii is considerable. It is con
stantly growing and at present
this country enjoys the 'most of
it. It is dcsirablo to rotaiu con
trol of it. It is undoubtedly de
sirable that this couulry should
control thoso islands as an out
post of defonse, and to provont
foroigu nations from establishing
themselves there to our disadvan
tage. But Hawaii has a largo
population that could hardly bo
admitted with safety to our citi
zoiihhip. On IIihoiIm-i hand thoie
is a largo American population
there that deserves both our pro
tection nud encouragement.
Tho Hawaiian question is press
ing for solution, and will press
more aud mordi vigorously until it
is solved. This government must
either annex tho islands, or adopt
them in some form under whioh
it can extend its protectorate ovor
tho largo American interests there.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular HoiibO, 15'1 tfort street,
from $1.00 per week up. "
Has for Sale and Lease 011
I. Lnrga Lot, Muklki stioet, fonsed. 223
feet front ma.
2;,Lflt,.n Kinau Blteot betwjcu AlapBl
and KapiolanI streets 140 feot froutngo.
3. Lotjn Lunnlllo street botweeu Mapal
and IlAekfeM BtreetB.
4. 3 largo Lots on Prospect street.
5. Houso and Lot on Green street be
tween KapiolanI and Victoria.
6. The Building known as Thomaa'Bloclt,
2 stories and embracing 0 (rented) stores
on leased ground.
7 Lot cornor of Kinau nnd Piikoi streets,
8. IUco Land at Waikauo, Koolau.
9 Lot on corner of Heulu and Keeau
niolcn street lit iwnon riMiriencn .of W. A.
IJowtn and lot nf V. M. '.iilnril, baving
frontage on HuiJn sircet 200 feot,
10. .Lots tl and 7 uiib House, Kalln,
Wnikikt roud. '
II. I lull Acre ln in Hilo Tuwu...
1. 3 Cottngo- on Qtwen street nmr 1'niicU
2 8 Cfittitf;. s st lid iVkiklkl.
. Slim- mi't Dwellmp, corner Wyllie
aud Nuiunu, rendy lur ocupiiucy
4. Lot corner Merchant nd lticbnrds
Properties Munnyed, Collec
tio. d' Hunts, Loans Nego
tiated and Advances uiudu on
lie d Estate.
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckels Block, Honolulu.
P. O Box. 331). Tel. 331.
Ini)ortirs and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King btrrot.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
Sly $10.00 13th Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 zinc, 0 in. I'll, (Jhaiu and
Plug, with wood ilui nil coinplote. ;ther
dealers aro dumfonuded, imd resort to all
maimer of Tricks un.l U.-.uuceu
Be not deceived, these lliitb Tubs have ,
been sold for $14 until I reduced the pricei
I am prepared to do all work in tiiy liae
and guaranteo satisfaction. Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 814, and I am yom
.IAS. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith A Plumber
(113 to C21 Ioit Street.
Blacksmitbing in All Its Branches.
W. W. VllIUUT, Proprietor.
(Suoocssor to G. West.)
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Mcrclinnf and Htchards 81s,
LIVERY and BOARDING STABLES:
!7 Carriages. Surreys nnd Hacks at all
1 hours. TELEPHONE 400.