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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 11, 1897.
Temple of Fashion.
Shirt Waists ! Shirt Waists !
Latest Styles !
25 Per Cent on the Actual Cost 25
lon't Forget the
ALL THIS WEEK.
Don't Forget the Discount !
25 Per Cent on Actual Cost!
ML G S
g: ON THE ACTUAL COST :g
With Ties to Match!
New Designs !
NEWS OF THE WATERFRONT
wn.ncit rt:MMiii ki.nai' au
KIVK.N 1IIIN IUOHN1MI.
Rpveune Cutter Kumi Itrlnrna Willi-
nt the Dope Nckionner Oilier
Ner ninrliiv Ntp.
Tho ship George Curtis is load
ing at Oceanic wharf.
II B M S Wild Swnn is expect
od bnck from Kauai tomorrow.
Sugar from tho Kinau is boing
stowed in the ship Iroquois at
Nuunnu streot wharf.
Tho ships C4orge Curtis and
Iroquois will likely bo on their
way to Now York by next week.
Tho J I) Spreokols is loading
sugar at Mahukona and expects
to leave for the refinery on Satur
day. Tomorrow, high tide large 2:55
p in; high tide small 2:15 am; low
tide large 8:12 a m; low tido small
9:15 p in.
The clam nholl dredge is pick
ing up rock at Inter-Island wharf,
where the Mauna Loa was aground
not long ago.
Mr C 0 Kennedy is niuking ar
rangements for tho building of a
breakwater and a wharf at tho
mouth of Waiakea river, Hilo.
Tho barkontino W H Dimoud
sails this afternoon with a cargo
of 8735 bags sugar and 2050 bags
rice. The total value of cargo is
Tho Kinai Maru finished dis
charging at noon today. She,
will probably move iuto tho
stream from Pacific tMail wharf
1 Mate Bouuett of tho J A Cum
mins was found not guilty of
opium hi possession. This is in
connection with the soizuro at
tho wharf a fow days ago.
A boy not moro than 10 years
of ago was soon on the wulerfrout
yesterday with a thickly
whiskered face. Hr hud beautiful
Burnaides, and when the wind
blow there was a loud whistling
Whon the Kiuau loft Ililo tho
Henry Villard had boon sighted
off port and was oxpocted to bo in
during tho day. Tho ship India
na had also arrived, 28 days from
Yokohama in ballast. Both the
vessels were to load sugar for
New York direct. The Roderick
Dim was nearly loaded and ex
pected to got off to San Francisco
in a day or two,
Not n Ilea lit
The steamer Kaena, which wont
in search of an opium schooner
over a week aio, returned quietly
last night. Nothing was seen of
tho expected smuggler. It looks
as if tho crow of the revenue cut
ter passed Weir leisure time in
painting ship, for when tho
steamer started out she was a lead
color and now her hull is painted
black. It is Baid tho Kaona has
been lying under tho lee of
Knhoolawo most of tho time,
while the fellows aboard fished.
It is not said whether empty tins
were fishwl up or not.
An uiHuial was asked by a re
porter today for information about
the Kaena expedition, but ho said
ho could not give any details. Tho
Kaena was after a schooner which
was expected to mnko an attempt
to land opium on Maui, Lauai,
Molokai or Kahoolawe. Tho Ka
ena was in a position most of tho
timo vliero alio could watch tho
,chanels betweon the islunds. At
night sho would cruise about, go
ing near Hawaii and around Mo
lokai as well os tho othor islands,
and during tho day would lio at
anchor undor tho leo of Lanai or
Kahoolawo. Tho expedition was
not cntiroly fruitless, for onowhole
empty tin and the top of anothor
wero found on tho beaoh at Mane
li, Lanai thought to be from the
lot of stuff lauded by the sohoon
or Norma a fow years ago.
Marshal Brown and ton policb
wero with the Kaoua. A watch
man was left on one of the isl
ands. Illls'a I.arcol HiignrSliliiinciit.
ThrJ ship Geuista that wont out
of port last Thursday took tho
largost cargo of sugar that has
evor been shipped from this port,
which consisted of 50,204 bags,
making 6,100,408 pounds and
valued at $177,109.47, shipped by
W G Irwin & Co to American
Sugar "Refining Co, New York.
The fivo mills contributed to tho
enruo us follows: Waiakea Mill
J Co, 12,350 bags, 1,012,393 lbs,
vnliio S40.17fi.H0; Hilo Sugar Co,
12,02.- bags, U83,705 lbs, 843,
270.48: Pnpeekoo Sugar Co, 12,000
bags, 1.391,908 lbs, 839,254.41;
Hakalou Plantation Co, 11,998
bags, 1,472,832 lbs, $11,813.45;
Portuguese Mill Co, 1831 bags,
220,475, $0,648.14. Hilo Tribune
For Kauai, por stmr Kauai,
April 13 L O Warnor, Mr Miau
and O Blockstadt.
For Maui, por stmr Claudine,
April 13-R R Berg, H P Bald
win, J M Dowsett, wifo and family,
C A Spreckels, 0 Kaiser, Captain
Ahlbom, Dr A L Cunningham, J
K Saunders, M Corroa, Jr, aud
wifo, Mr Wobb and f riond.
For Kauai, per stmr W G Hall,
April 13 -Mrs J HConoy.GN
Wilcox, W A Willi, Rev O P
Emerson, Mr Harvey Nakookoo,
Miss R Davison, A G M Robert
son, P T Phillips, Hop Lung, R
Nagoo, F Johnson, II Sing Fook.
From Kauai, por stmr James
Makoe, April 14 Mrs A Lindsay,
Miss M Mnra, Mrs Dr Shidsuye,
K Shida, Yoshioka and 10 dock
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Kinau, April 14 Volcano:
J O Hendorsou and wifo, G R
Stowart, wifo and sod, Miss G E
Fonda, Miss M Fonda, S A Nor
cross, W Churohill, F S Dodgo
and sou, W Roberts. Way ports:
G A Howard, W Rawlins, L
Sovoranco, H A Baldwin, C L
Wight, S G Wilder, S M JJallou,
GS Bradford, E A Horn, D Ly
curgus, P G Camurinos, Dr R B
Williams, Mrs A D Friomann,
Miss V McGregor, Mrs Knleialu
and 2 children, E Biorce and uifo,
Mis R V Podmoro, 3 children
and sorvant, Chang Kim, Dr A J
Dorlp-, Miss Lucy Ward, Miss
Lily Mitchell, Miss Mary At
kins, Mrs M Brown, J Datcholor,
A Lindsay, W 8 May, Geo
Rodiek, L Asou, wifo, sou and
servant, C B Dwight and 94 deck
Tuesday, April, 18.
Stmr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oxliu
Stmr Kaena, Macaulay, from n cruise after
an opium schooner about the Islands.
Wbiinesday, April 14.
Slmr Kaala, Moslicr, from Oahu ports.
Stmr James Makcc, Tullett, from Kauai.
. Slmr Kluau, Clarke, from Hawaii ami
Wednesday, April 11.
Stmr James Makcu, Tullett, for Kapaa.
Am bktu V II Dlmoiul, Nllson, (or Sun
OAKQOES FltOM ISLAND POUTS.
Kx flmr J A Cummlns-U50 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Jatnos Mukce 2(550 bags sugar.
Ex ttmr Klnitii U,VI?bae sugar, i-'GS has
tibtatocs, 21) bags coin, I.'i luca lolfie, .III
ions charcoal, 115 pigs, 2UJ sheep, 2 learn,
1511 pKs suodriis.
HOOKS In tills city on April M ti tlie wife
Of Frank I., lloonk, a daughter.
AI.I.SWOUTH-In llllo. Iltwall, Sunday,
April I, hW, William Allswoitli, n natlo
of Utlca, New Vork, U.S. A., ugedGj
At IlK' Hawaiian lintel.
, The Government band will givo
a coucort -at the Hawaiian hotel
this ovoning, for which Professor
Bergor has arranged tho follow
Chcrturu Italians In Algiers Itosslul
IntciiiiLyo l!ulan .Frankc
Cornet Solo Don't be Cross .oiler
Mr. CUarlcs Kreuter.
Itcmlulscenie nf Verdi Uodfrcy
Echo Piece A Musician Astray lu tlio
l'mcit (now) Herman
Fantasia Tin Mill In tho Forest....
Waltx AiiKfl's Dream Herman
Galop Street Cars t Arudt
Fogg (looking up from book
Tho horoino appoars to bo as ver
satile as ouo of thoso bottlos from
which a magician pours all kinds
of liquors. Fondorson How so?
Fogg Why, in ono place it says
6hp wop.t bittorly, in another that
tho suit 'tears coursod down hor
ohooks, and in th6 vory noxt para
graph wo' are told that hor tturs
broko out afresh, (lifted woman,
NOIIl! CAMI'MftMA OI'IMIO.V.
II .HlrrtttK Ni I'.'iir l 'iiiiiiciltlun
Didcussiug "Tho Sugar Soo
tion," tho Anaconda, Cal., Stan
dard, printed right in sugar best
land, speaks es follows:
Tho conclusions roached in tho
houeo of representatives in dealing
with tho sugar sections in tho
tariff bill will test tho lobby
strength of ono of tho country's
most formidable trusts. Tho sugar
schedule, as it comes from tho
Dingloy coramittoo, seomB logical
and propor. It provides ample
protection for tho home product
of sugar with reservations respec
ting Hawaii which aro manifestly
just aud which ought certainly to
In January 1875, a commercial
reciprocity treaty waH concludod
botweon the United States und tho
government of Hawaii under
which tho sugar product of tho
island found froo entry into the
ports of the United States. The
Dingloy committee, in reporting
its sugar schedules, respected tho
terms of this treaty; tho tariff bill
providing that tho existing agroo
ment botweeu tho two countries
should bo in no way abrogated or
interfered with. This arrango
mont interferes with the schemes
of tho sugar trust which hau its
representatives at Washington;
tho object of tho trust's lobby is
to mako tho tariff, amounting to
twenty dollars and upward a ton,
oporativo ogoinst imports from
If there is any merit at all in
tho reciprocity thoory which lias
its advocates among tho McKin
leyites, this merit ought to rovoal
itsolf in tho dealings of the Unit
ed States with tho islands. Our
commercial rolatious with Ha
waii certainly aro nR intimate as
thoy aro with any other region on
the faco of tho globe. Probably
our government would moro readi
ly assume protectorate relations
with Hawaii than over uny othor
stretch of territory in all the seas.
Powers liko Englaud' as well as
Oriental governments like Japan
look with greedy, oavious eye on
Hawaii, but thoro is no doubt that
the Unitod States would vigorous
ly and effectively interfere with
any schemes on the part of any
powor to mako the conquest of tho
Actual annexation may not bo
reali.cd oven in the remote futurq.
At tho same time commercial con
siderations os well as tho prompt
ings of that which morally is just
ami right, snggost the wisdom of
maintaining cordial and intimato
trado relations between this coun
try and Hawaii. If tho congress
men yield to tho pressure of tho
sugar-trust lobby, that course will
bo a departure from tho commer
cial policy respecting Hawaii to
which this country is fully com
mitted. FOKEIdN VPBSEL8 EXPECTED.
VcjfcIs Where trom Duo
NIc lik Dominion Newcastle. ..'... ..Due
Ucr bk PaullteuberK....Uirpool Duu
Selir Louis Newcastle ,
Ilk Newsboy Newcastle
ScbrNoU'lty ,...i Newcastle
Am shl pltuiper... Now evstle
Bk Furtima Newcastle Apr 6
fithr (lolden Shore. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
llnw Id; Iolaul New York . ..May 31
Hcbr Olga Nnntastlu MiirSl
Ilk Nuuanu N'ew York
BxlirWm UuHdcn.. ..NewcuMIe Apr 14
Am Schr Oceania Vance,.. Newcastle, AprSU
Hchr W II Talbot,. .Newcastle Apr 30
Am bk Albert 8 F
Am bk Aldcu Dense S F
88 Wnrrlmoo Vhtnrla '.Apr If.
8 8 Illo Janeiro 8F Apr 1?
8 8 Australia 8F Apr B7
88 Doric Yokohama Apr US
SSMlowcra Sydney Apr 24
SSAlamciU djilnoy Api !i'J
Am bktn Archer, 8 F, Due
AmbkUD Unant, SK -Due
Am bktn Amelia, Putr,ct Sound,,...
8 8 Amarapoora,.,.. Fillet Sound,
L'8S Philadelphia,. ...Son Dlrijo, ,
Am selir Transit, 8 F, .'..,.
Am hktnSN Castle,... 8F
Am bk Ceylon, l'uiret Sound
ilaw bk It P Ulthot, 8 ,I
Am bktn Irmard S F,
ra bl; Fiesno,. Fugct Sound
VKS8EL8 IN TOUT.
U 8 3 Petrel, Wood, 8 F, April l'i,
U S 8 Marlon, Orcene, San Dleo, Maich 15.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Pt litakoly,
Am bk Matilda, McKcnzle, Port Blakely,
Am ship (leo Curtis, Sproul, Nagasaki,
Am ship Iroiyupls, Taj lor, San Francisco,
Am selir Alice Cooke, Penhallow, Port Gam
ble, April .
Aro bktn Mury Wlukelmau, Bcnncclie. New
castle, April 12.
Jap 8 8 Klnal Maru. Snkata, Kobe, April 0.
Haw bk ltosalle, Nl3Scn,Cberualmus, Feb 24,
Am bk Bcmlnole, Wecdon, Newcaltle, Apr 5,
Tramp (at dentist's door) I'd
liko my teeth filled. Dontist
What with gold or silvor? Trump
(eagerly) Oh, just plain bread
i will do'
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