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iEVENING BULLETIN, Al'ltlL lfi, 1807.
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Temple off FaKiom
SATURDAY, APRIL 17th,
25 Percent Actual Discount
On the Original Cost Price !
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Jg3 Temple of Fashion closed To-morrow,
Good Friday. Will be open Satur
day, April 17, at 7 o'clock a. m.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
M. G. SJEJTA,
WILL BE OPEN
A.T 7 O'CLOCK A.. M.
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NEWS OF THE WATERFRONT
WHAT IH IIOIN" AI.ONI1
Tlir. Schooner Olir -Sitlln Ity Tlil
Morillllg-Alinlil IiIiiihI Nlrmiiert
. H. Warrlmon Tmrr .
The steamer Mikiluila will lcavo
for Lahaiua tomorrow.
Tho 8 8 Warrimoo is scheduled
to arrivo from British Columbia
Captain Macaulay, tho gonial
pilot, is engaged at present in
regaining his "laud logs."
Tho Waialealo arrived from
Kauai at noon today. Nothing
now about tho Liliuo troublo was
Tomorrow, high tide largo 3:38
p in; high tide small 2:55 ara; low
tido largo 8:30 a m; low tide small
10:10 p in.
Tho schooner Olga, Ipeon
m us tor, arrived oft port this morn
ing 02 dnvB from Newcastle, with
coal. Pilot Sandors took out
orders for hor to proceed to Ka
hului. The S F Commercial News
says: Captain HaBkell, formerly
of the B P Chonoy, has gone
north to relieve Captain Morse in
command of tho O F Sargont, now
loading coal at Departure Bay for
Dutch Harbor. Captain Morse
will bo placed in command of tho
Fort George upon that vessel's ar
rival. The Ilmt an llccnril.
An oxchango says tho British
ship Miltiades, from Sail Fran
cipi'o Dec. 29 with cargo of barley
and merchandise, arrived at Lon
don after a passage ofSldays.Tufc
is said to bo tho' host passago by
two days over recorded botweon
tho two ports.
.Ntri'rcU of llio Deep.
A very ingenious and simplo
contrivanco is used to bring to
tho surfaco samples of sen water
taken from groat depths, and nu
Liisd t-tb water from tho othor
depths which it has passed
through in reoling in. It consists
of a cylinder with a valvo open
ing upward at each end, tho two
valves being connoctod with a
shaft. These valves open as tho
cylinder goes down, allowing tho
wator to flow through it. On tho
top of tho cylindor is a small
propeller attached to a threaded
shaft, aud whnu tho cylinder is
drawn up this propeller revolves,
scrowing down tho shaft, which
in turn scrows down onto tho
valves, sealing them hermetically,
with tho sample or wator which
was insido of tho cylindor when
tho upward motion began. Somo
of tho most interesting problems
of deep sea investigation havo
boon worked out from tho wator
taken in this way. Exchange.
Will lit Spliced.
Jas B Von Ilagon, a young
man employed by tho In tor Isl
and Steamship Company, has
boon stricken by Cupid's shaft,
i.ii.' '. toou lu vi'ul ,. basuai Ame
James-has resided in the Para
dise of tho PaciOo but a short
while, but, liking tho couutry,
intonds to remain in this laud of
contiuuous summer. Mr Von
Hagon was formorly employed as
a steward, both nshoro and afloat,
in the Pacific Coast Steamship
Company fm a period of seven
years. Whilo tho stcamor Mauna
Lou, tho largest craft of tho Iu-tor-Island
Co's Hoot, was being
fitted out at San Francisco, ho so
cured tho position of chief stoward
iu hor, and in thut capacity ar
rived at Honolulu tho latter part
of last yoar. Later lip was trans
ferred to tho steamer Mikahala,
holding that position until a few
days ago. Ho is now in a uowly
inado position as "port steward"
for tho wholo fleet having the
supervision of the supplying of
stewards' stores for all tho boats.
Jiiiueb buy a ho will givo u luuu in
honor of tho coming happy evont,
at which all his friends will bo
From Kauai, per srar Mikahala,
April 15 Jno iladden aud 5
From Kauai, por stun "Waialo-N
aio, April id jm nuioorr, jurs
Chas Kahoa and 17 deck pas
songers. From Hawaii, porstmr Iwalani,
Auril 15 Mrs 11 A Lucas and -1
I children, and 2 duck passengers, j
I'or I'ort Towimi'iid, per bk
Diamond lloail, April In Bam
Dowsott, Miss M D Kohls, Miss
Qraco Stuveuson, Miss Julia
FOItKION VP8SKI.B EXrECTEl).
Vcifcla here Irom Duo
NIc bk Dominion Ncwcutlo Hue
(Icr tik Paul lfcnbcrir...,l.lTerool Diiv
Bclir Louis NvwcmIIo......
Ilk Ncwulioy Newcastle...,
ficlir Novelty Ncwcastlo
Ilk Fortuna Ncwrattlc Apr S
Bclir (lolilcn Bliorc. . . Ncwcaillc
Bchr Krlii) NcwcAAlle
Haw lk Inliuil Nutv York .... Mny.il
Uk Nutinmi,. New York
Bclir Wm l)owile.....NCvcille AprH
Am Bchr Oceania Vance,.. Newcastle, Apr SO
Bclir W It Talbot... Newcastle Apr 80
Am bk Albeit
Am bk AUli'ti IIcmc.
8 8 Itlo Jnnt'lrn......
Vtelnrla ..Apr IB
,8K J.Apr I?
.8K Apr 27
8 8 Australia
88 Doric Yokohama Apr S3
BSMIowcra Sydney Vpr 24
8 8 Alameda Sydney Aprs '."J
Am bktn Archer, 8 i Due
Am bkUDIIryant SF -IJue
Am bktu Amelia Vuicet Bound,....
8 8 Amarapoorn,. ...I'uyct Sound
U 8 8 I'hlladclphla San OIcu
Am eelir Transit 8 F,
Am bk Ceylon, Fuget Bound
flaw bk 11 1 ltlthet 8 F
Am bktn Irmgard,
Am bk Fresno,,...
VESSELS IN POUT.
U 8 8 l'ctrcl. Wood, 8 F, April 13.
U 8 8 Marlon, Greene, Ban Diego, March 13.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am bk Matilda, McKcnzIc, Port Blakcly,
Am ship Geo Curtis, Sproul, Nagasaki,
Am ship Iroquois, Taylor, San Francisco,
Am scbr Alice Cooke, I'cnlinllow, Port Gam
ble. April 8.
Am bktn Mury Wlnkclmau, Bcnnecbc. New
cattle. April 12.
Jap 8 8 Klnal Marti. 3.iktn, Kobe, April (I.
Haw bk Itosalle, NUsen.Cbuinalmus, Feb 21.
Am bk Scmluole, Weedou, Newcastle, Apr 5.
TiiuiteiiAT, April 15.
Pchr Olga, Ipscn. from Newcastle.
Btmr Iwalani, Gregory, from Hawaii.
8tmr IVttlnlcale. Parker, from Kauai.
BlmrMlkaha'a, Thompson, from Kauai,
.TllUItSDAT, April 15.
Sclir Olg.i, Ipscn, Tor Knliulul.
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, for Puget
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Kahuku and
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMonnow.
Stmr Mikahala, Thompson, for Lahalna.
Stmr Kluau, Cluike, for Muni and Ha
waii. OAItaOES FltOM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex stmr Iwalani 1500 bags sugar.
KxktmrMlkabala-5150 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Waialealo 3109 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Kaala 1737 bags sugar, 500 bags
AIINAUD-Io Honolulu. April 14, 1SU7, to
the wife of Louis Arnaud, a son.
ICiiyull)' i:qnlM'il Willi Tratlew.
Tho Prince of Wales is said to
have loarnod in his youth to mako
stockings, says tho Now' York Ad
vortiscr. His son, tho Duko of
York, learned tho trade of ropo
making. His cousin, tho Czar
Nicholas II, can plow, bow and
reap. The Emperor William is a
practical typesetter. King Hum
bert is not only an excellent shoe
makor, but cobbles also to per
fection. Oscar of Sweden handles
the as with dexterity, liko an ap
proved woodman, not oven yielding
tho palm in this respect to Mr.
Gladstone. Qunon Victoria is
exceedingly foud of knitting. Not
long ago sho finished a woolon
covorlid unci prosentod it to tho
oldost and most deserving of the
inmatos of an asylum for disabled
workingwomeu in tho Isle of
At Iho Hotel.
Following, iB the program of
muBio to be rondorod by tho Gov
ernment band at tho Hawaiian
hotel this ovouing.
Klml Ga Yo Wa.
Maaeli Festival Roma
Overture Fra Dlavolo Auber
Klccn Setsu Masa Bulge.
Fantasia Angel's Dream Herman
8a Ku Ka Illme Matsu.
Chorus Tuunbauscr , .... Wagner
Overture King's Lleutenaut Till
March Popular Airs Johnson
Kim Ga Yo Wa.
Beggar Madam, I've sovon
littlo orphans; will you givo me
somothing for thorn? Mrs. Blix
somo You horrid wretch; would
you Bell a human being? Beggar
T tried to. madam, but vnn
don't soein to bite.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tho "Australia" tnkes away
orders for delicacies which wo
have introduced to tho Hono
lulu public and which find
places on tho tables of the
epicures of Honolulu.
Tinned Goods, many of them, .
but they ara prepared so capi
tally that they surpass oven
tho fresh goods. Tho demand
for these special lines io grow
ing mainly becauso of tho caro
taken in tho factories whoro
they arc put up. Tho material
is carefully selected and only
tho best is sent to Honolulu.
We have now on our shelves
and ready for delivery the
Epicurean Brand Vienna Sau
sage, Shrimps with Tomatoes,
Baked Beans with Tomatoes,
Lobster and Lunch Oysters;
for tho table no better goods
have over been brought to tho
We havo also a superior
quality of Ground Chocolate
and Schilling's Best Teas and
Spices; Crackers and Faucy
Telephone orders for these
goods will have immediate at
tention. Our wagon is always
on the go for tho accommoda
tion of our customers.
i. T. WATERHOUSE
The best variety of Jet Pins
in tho city will be found dis
played at the
It is not always tho amount
of money paid for an article
that determines its value.
Cheaper and much commoner
goods aro often sold for more
money than is asked for this
line, an inspection of which is
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, wliero Trained
NurHOfl, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricltv and Physical Training
may be obtained.
1. S. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
Mechanics and Teamsters.
Anyono needing the services of
Flrat-claas Mechanics, Teamsters,
Lunas, etc, can be supplied by apply
ing to J. Alfred Magoon, or to the
Hawaiian Hagey Institute, Telephone
700. K. WILBDRTON,
On and after April 1st, Drs. Cooper
& Ruymoucl will ocoupy the ouioes of
Dr. MoGrew on" Hotel street. Ofllce
hours from 8:30 to 10 a, m., 1:80 to 3
and 7 to 8 p, m. Telephone No. 151.
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