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Opens'! MONDAY, April 12th,
Temple of Fashion.
25 PER CENT--25
Shirt Waists ! Shirt
Latest Styles !
25 Per Cent -on the Actual Cost 25
MONDAY, APRIL 12th.
Don't Forget the Discount !
25 Per Cent on Actual Cost !
M. G. SICVJSL,
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if: ON THE ACTUAL COST
With Ties to Match !
Forget the. Hale !
EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 10, 1897.
New Designs !
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THE MARIPOSA ARRIVES
KOTI.N AIIOIIT Vi:SH,I ,r NEA
AND IN 1'OItT.
Hark IllicliUud Llsbl HnlW-Auothcr
War Vel lloiiml for Thin
The steamer Helcuo leaves nt 2
o'olock this aftomoon for Ha
waii. Tho Amorican bark Highland
Light sailed for Fugct Sound this
Tho barkeutiue AV H Diraond
nnd bnrk Mohican will sail for
San Francisco next week.
Tho schooner Jonnio "Wand
sailed from tho Coast for Kalm
lui on tho first of this month.
The bark 0 D Bryant and
barkenliuo Archer sailed from
San Francisco lor this port on
Tomorrow, high tide largo ....
p m; high tide small 11:50 am; low
tide large -1:35 p m; low tide small
0:25 a m.
N C "Walton Jr, a very pleasant
gontleman, is taking tho place of
tho reynlnr purpor of the Maripo
sa this trip.
Tho ships Luzon and AV F
Babcock are both about loaded,
and will sail for New York tho
first of next week.
Purser Beckloy of ' tho Mokolii
Bay 8 ho and others saw "what they
supposed was tho steamer Kaon a
oft Lahnina on Tuesday night.
Th V S S Philadelphia lias
bcon ordered to Honolulu. San
Francisco papors say there is
fear of trouble hero over the
I'l'IM'l lit llllo.
The steamer fwalaui, which nr
rived fioin llamakun this morn
ing, reports that tho L'uitedSlntcH '
gunboat Petrol arrived at Hilo
yesterday from San Francisco.
S. S THlll-ilioiiii I
The OSS Mariposa arrived
this morning after a very smooth
nnd pleasant passngo. Sho loft
San Francisco at 9 :11 p m April
3, dropping the pilot at 11:15. At
3am this morning tho steamship
ontorcdIonolulu harbor. There
wero a few passengers for this
city and about tho usual numbor
for tho Colonies. Tho notorious
murderer Butler is chained to the,
floor of one of the staterooms on
tho starboard sido.
From Hawaii, perBtmrlwalaui, j
April 1U Jonn li. Alexander.
From Molokai, Maui and La
nai, por stmr Mokolii, April 10
Miss Finkloy, Mrs Panola, Mrs
L Fua, Miss T Gibson, J Hans
man aud 11 deck passengers.
From Maui aud Hawaii ports,
per stmr Muuna Loa, April J.
.G 0 Hewitt, Robert Howie, H
Gormau, J C Leuhart. Thos E
Ayoib und wife, J Wakefield, J
II Wilson, L M Whitohouse, Dr
A B Rowat, AV A Wall, E Lof
quiat, A Perry, Mrs dipt Free
man, Mies Annie Kawolo, -Mrs E
Lazarus and child aud 75 on
From Sau Francisco, per S S
Mariposa, April 10 For Honolu
lu: Miss L L Chaffee, Chas
Copouhavro, DrA L Cunningham,
S M Dodgo, VF II Frisbeo. 11 O
Goor and wife, AV E llowoll, C J
Huicmhd, wife and child, C Jnmea
and wife, Miss Anna Paris, J yii
Smith, Miss Smith, AVm AVaTsh.
For Apia: AVm It Hewitt. For
Auckland: O.A Abbott, D Clen
noll Fouwick, E J Fronch, H
Reynolds. For Sydney; Rev Jos
Campboll, M A Conroy, It II
AVallnco Frasor, A AV Jones and
wife, JamosMoIIattio.O II Palmor, J
Airs 1j 1'ost, Air Tost, UrBUL
Pottor, Capt H L'Read, wifo and
child, John Rooho, Carl Sanduors,
A Areruon, A E AVnlkor, O A
AValkor, J It AValker und wife,
Mrs M AVilliamsoii! Join at
Honolulu for Auckland: Prof
D M Bristol, A AV Konnedy. Join
at Honolulu for Sydney: Mrs J
K Barnoy, Juo Burko and wifo,
AV Howard and wifo, Gus Jordan,
Hy Jordan, L M Jordan and wifo,
Miss L C Jordan, Miss Nellie
Jordan, F Morlo and wife, V
Merlo, AV Olifant, AVm Potrio and
A strootcar conductor in Now
York City had a man arrested for
spitting on tho floor of a car, and
now thoio is talk of orouting a
mouumout to him.
BvruiiiiAi. April 10.
Stmr Iwilnnl, (IrtRorr,' from Hawaii.
Btrar Kaala. Mother, from Oihu porU.
Btrar Keauhou, Thompson, from Hawaii.
OSS Marlpoaa, Hayuurd, from Ban Fran
claco. Btmr Mokolii, Bennett, from Molokai,
Maul and Lnnal.
BlTURDAT, April. 10.
Sclir Ka Mol for Hawaii.
UBS Marlpoaa, Harvard, for I lie Colo
Am bk HlRlitand Lihl, Lewis, forl'iigct
Stmr Ilclcnc. Fltrccrald, for l'aaubaua Oo
kala and Mihukona. 9
OAitaoES" rnoM island i-oiitb.
Kx Mmr Kaala 2030 Iiur rice.
Ex ttmr Iwalani 1701 bag uj;.ir.
Ex itmr Keauhon 383? baj;s miliar.
Ex ttmr -Mokolii- CM bnun Mtirur, 150
ehicp, 10 lnmbe, 1 deer, 1 cow, 1 fair, 10
bale wool, cte.
Ex ctmr Mnnna Loa SJ75 bags nigar, Jo2
bairt coiree, ?T bal awa, 'ii bills bliljt, -1
head cattle. 1 horse.
VESSELS IN TOUT.
UBS Marlon, Greene, Ban Dlcgo, March U.
(Coasters not Included In this lift.)
Am ship W F Uabcock, Graham, 8 F,
Haw bk Dliraond Head, Ward, 1't Blakcly,
Am bk Matilda, McKcnzlo, l'ort Illakely,
Am slilp Geo Curtis, Sproul, Kacasakt,
Am tlilp Iroquois, Tailor, Ban Francttco,
Am fclir Alice Cooke, I'cuhallow, l'ort Gam
ble, April S.
Jap 8 8 Klnal Mam. S.ikata, Kobe, April 0.
Am ship Luzon, I'nrk, Sliatichal, Mar 28.
Haw W Hofa!l. SIcii.ChemiImns. Feb 21.
Am bk Mohlcau, Biundcrt, S F, April !!
Am bk ijcininolr, Wccdon, Newcastlo, Apr 5.
Am bktn U II Diuttid, Mlsou, 8 F, AprS.
FOUEId.N VFBSEI.S EXPECTED.
Vvsbt-ls whcrcirom Due
Mc bk Dominion, ....New cattle Due
Ger bk Paul hcubcri:.. ..Lhcrpoo! Duv
Schr Louis Newcastle
Ilk Kewsboy Newcastle
M-lir No city NowcnMlo
A in Mlilp H c.i per. . . Nuw'cnstli
Ilk Fortutia ....Nowiastlc Apr 0
Selir (icildeu Shore. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo XcwcaMlc
law bk lolatil New York .... May 31
Schr Oljja Newctlo MarSI
Ilk Niiunuu New York
SilirWm How den.. ..Newcastle April
Am SchrOccanla Vance,.. Newcastle, Apr SO
Am bktn V II D!niond,..S F
Schr W II Talbot,.. Newcastle Apr 30
Am bk Albert B F
Am bk Ahlcu Hesse 8 F
Am bktn Mary....VInkclman.... Newcastle
88 Warrlruoo Victoria ..Apr 10
8 8 Rio Janeiro 8F Apr 17
So Australia 8 F Apr 27
8 8 Doric Yokohama Apr 2.1
8 8 Mlowera Sydney Apr 21
8,3 Alameda Si (liny Apr 20
These aro days of considerable
anxiety and perplexity to all who
have possessions or other interests
in the llepublic of Hawaii, and it
is time that our citizens camo to a
mutual understanding on several
importaut issues. Tho prospects
for Auuoxation appear at prosont
vague aud indistinct, nnd our
destiny cannot bo foretold with
certainty. Thoro are thoso, also,
whp still fondly cling to tho hopo
of a return to tho old ordor of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation oven to the
most hopeful disciples of tho
Monarchy, uut, fonnniuoly, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is solaco in tho fact thai
Buffalo Boor has came to stay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may equally shar.o tho
benefits of its invigorating' and
sustaining properties. AVo are
moreover assured that this favorite
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as heretofore at tho ltoynl,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. s( utile ::ocii.
By tho steamor Miowora, tho
Criterion Suloon recanod a large
consignment of tho celebrated book
boor, browed by tho Seattlo Brow
ing and Malting Co. This is tho
first bopk to miiko its appearance,
and is a sure indication of better
PRESIDENT DIAZ DKCOIUTHD.
HKKMN The Jlclclisnr vW. jl
clnlly announces that I'n - Dluz,
of Mexico, has been decora.. .. bj Era
peror William with the jrrana ross of
"itulnier." President Diaz Issued an
edict to the ellect that no beer except
tho sparkling "Kainier" be served in
public places, or on state occasions.
On tap or in bottles at the Criterion,
Printed ducks aro just as good,
if not bettor than anything else
for boys' shirt waists. They wash
and woar well, two very important
considerations. Korr has them in
a largo variety of pattorns at eight
yards for ouo dollar.
i.iiixi' ruuiiiij.v m;u,
Continual from Jul I'mjc.
Auson Burliugamo Johnson of
Colorado, Consul at Amoy, China.
Uonjamin Butterworth of Iowa,
GommisBionor of Patents.
OlivorL. Spaulding of Michi
gan, Assistant Socrotary of the
AVilliam B. Howoll of Now
Jersey, Assistant Soorotary of tho
Captain Robort Craig of tho
Signal Corps to bo Major.
Tho Sonato confirmed Charlo
niogno Tower of Pennsylvania to
be Minister to Austro-Hungary;
AVilliam 8. Hallonborgor to bo
Second Assistant Postmaster
General; Penrose A. McOlain of
Pennsylvania to bo Collector of
Internal ltovouuo for tho First
district of Pennsylvania; Alox
andor Montgomery Thaokory of
Pennsylvania, Consul at Havro,
Franco, and several positions in
tho Army and Marino Corps of
Colonel Fred. D. Grant, son of
tho lato Presidont, has beon of
forod the position of Assistant
Secretary of AVur.
In tho examination of Sir John
Willouylii3 , military l-dcr of
tho Jameson raid just out of jail,
beforo the parliamentary commit
tee, Henry Labouchero caused ex
citoraent, by Baying if they could
not have tho information desired
from witnosBos tho inquiry was a ,
Chess players of tho House of
Commons want to hnvo a tourna
ment of sovon tables with mem
bers of tho American Houso of
Representatives by cablo.
Russia's treasury had a deficit
of 80,000.000 rouble" 't"t ymr,
caused by gold transactions. "
Emporor AVilliam sent congra
tulations to Prince iBiemarck on
April 1, his 82nd birthday.
Tho Fronch Chamber, is asked
to vote 80,000,000 frau'esfor now
Tho Fronch Chamber of De
puties has adopted tho port duties
bill, imposing a tax upon foreign
vessels of 1 franc 25 centimes por
metric ton upon merchandise and
upon each 'head of cattlo or pas
Presidont Fauro has been
officially informed of tho ap
proaching visit of tho Czar and
Czarina to France.
Orders have been received from
Spaiu not to shoot Rivera, as it
might havo a bad offoctin Europe.
Rivora was captured in a hos
pital and not on the Gold.
General Sanguilly has slipped
away from Florida for Cuba to
take a leadiug position with tbji
Ona Melton, a Jacksonville
nowspaper correspondent, 'who
was captured by the Spanish last
year, isjroportud to bo dying in n
AVoylor claims ho has Gomez
hemmed in by a liny of - forts
across tho island of Tiriguaua.
Spain has advices oF the'ean
turo by storm of sovoral rebel
strongholds in tho Philippine Isl
ands. Cavilovego was shelled by
tho ileet and 10U0 prisoners sur
rendered. Mexico has effected a treaty of
peace with tho troublesome Yaqui
Sugar planters of Peiu propose
a commercial reciprocity tieaty
with tho United States on tho ba
sis of reduction of duties on Poru
viau sugar and American wheat.
Of 1111 doaths in Bombay lost
weok, 15" wero duo to tho plague.
Tho AVarrimoo that is expected
hero April 1G from Victoria will
bring a largo consignmout of
Original Bock Boer for tho An
chor Saloon. "While thoro has
beon Book Boor on tho Honolulu'4
markot, it does not begin to com
paro with tho consignment that
the Anchor will havo on tap after
tho arrival of tho AVariiuioo. Tho
reason for this ib that tho Book
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Bock Beer in the
States is made at tho first of the
year and kept till May 1. Tho con
signment to .arrive is sonio of the
original beer and is guaranteed to
bo bettor than any Book evor im
ported. AVait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho 'Anchor aftor tho
arrival of tho AVarrimoo.
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