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tEVEMNG BULLETIN, Al'lUL 17, 1807.
Temple of Fashion
SATURDAY, APRIL 17th,
A.T 7 O'CLOCK ., M.
SPECIAL DRIVE ON
25 Percent Actual Discount
On the Original Cost Price !"
Temple of Fashion reopens To-day,
Saturday, April 17, at 7 a. m.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
TWO LINERS ARRIVE
II A LIVr.l.Y DAY ALOM4 TIIK
Ribbons and Laces
It. H. S. riillndi'lilu Anchor III the
liny Ihl MuriiliiK-IIniiy Inter-
ratine IMiirluo .Voir.
M. G. SIEVA.
S S Warrimoo sails for tho
Colonics nt 4 p in.
Tho sclioonor En Moi is to sail
for Faauilo at 2 Monday.
Tho Lohua will leave at 2 p m
Monday for Honohina, Hakalau,
Honomu and Popeekoo.
Tho ship Kouilworth and bark
Alden Uosio loft San Francisco
for Honolulu on April 3.
The ex-rovonuo cuttor Kaoua is
on the boards to sail at 9 Monday
for Wai.ilitn, Puuiki aud Moku
loia. "With four warships in port, tho
boatboye tiro happy. There will
soon bo a lot of surplus inonoy in
On April 4 tho German Bhip H
F Glado sailed from Bremon for
Honolulu. She passed Dover on
Tomorrow, high lido largo 5:07
p m; high tide small 4:00 am; low
tido large 0:38 a m; low tick small
Arrivod at San Francisco
April 4; U S S Alert, 13 days from
Honolulu; April 7: Brigtu. W G
Irwin, 15 days from Honolulu;
Schr H O Wright, IS days from
Knhului. April 8: S S Mono
wai, 6 days 14 hours, Schr Fred
E Saudor, 19 days, from Hono
lulu. Tho schooner Ka Moi, Captain
Sam, sailed on Saturday the 10th
for Faauilo with a cargo of forti
lizor and merchandise at 10 a m,
arriving thoro at 9 a m Monday.
Aftor discharging his general
cargo he loaded with sufjar aud
set sail for Honoluln nn WcdnpH.
day, arriving on Thursday night.
Thn Rnllnnnnr Alnlwnlllnn rtntvin in
this morninc with a load of Hiirmr.
and tho Kauikeaouli with another
load isjdue. The weather at Pa
auilo is reported to be good at
orosont. There nro 10.00(1 hurra of
sugar, more or less, awaiting ship.
mom irom more.
Tho S. F. Chronicle of April 2
says: Spain will send a cruiser to
tako part in tho naval coromoniqs
over tho rointorment of tho re
mains of Gonoral. Grant. Quito
likely, however, she will instruct
tho Cuptain to keep clear of the
Brooklyn Xuvy Yard. In 1873,
just before tho Virginius difficulty,
tho Spanish cruiser Aarapalcs
went there to use the drydook and
could not get out of it until tho
troublo hacl been settled, somo
months later. From that time
until tho Columbian naval parade
no Spanish war ship over" entered
Now l'ork harhor.
S. N. Warrimoo.
Tho CASS Warrimoo, W E
White, It N B, commaudor, loft
Vancouvor April 9 at 5 a in and
Victoria tho same day at 3 p m.
Experienced fino weather and
mooth sea the whole passage.
'I lie 111.).
The S S City of Bio do Janeiro,
from San Francisco, Apiil 10 at 2
p in,, arrived at daylight this
morning. She tied up at Oceanic
dock. A smooth, pleasant trip is
reported. Among the passengers
for Honolulu wore Hon V O
Smith aud Col Z S SpuldiiiR. Tho
Bio leaves for tho Orient at 4 p in
Things woro quite lively along
tho waterfront today. Two big
steamships arrivod this morniug,
besides sovoral ishiud steamboats
and sailiug oraft. Sugar is being
rushed iuto two bigs ships for
Now York, whilo other foroigu
vessels are discharging coal, lum
ber and merchandise. Tho U S
Flagship Philadelphia entered
this morning and dropped auehors
in naval row in tho oxtromo west"
end. As tho groat whito oruiscr
passed tho wharves, her band
played somo livoly airs. Many
peoplo liuod tho wuterfront to boo
the warship steam to her berth.
Pilot Macauloy guided tho vossol
safoly into port.
From Molokai, por stmr Moko
lii, April 10 Miss Lampman, Mrs
W A Hardy, O Andrews, Miss
Margarot Harrison, Otto Meier,
wifo and throo children niul two
I prisoners in chargo of an ollicor.
From niicouvor and Victoria,
jirr S S Wiirrlmoe, April 17 II
U orkmai), H Uont, I Young, A
Smith, T H Loiighor, G McLwir
land, Miss MoFarland, T Jnynor,
Mrs Boxley, Master Boxloy, N K
Smytho, O G Jaogor.
From San Francisco, per S 8
City of Bio do Janeiro, April 17
Fbr Honolulu: Mrs TF San
born aud ohild, Col Z S Spalding,
Mr and MrB W O Smith, F H
Wheelan, Miss E Poters. For
Yokohama: Col Chas Bentzoni,
Mrs O Von Sohlutterbach, Com
mander John F Merry, Wm Den
nis, O H P Foyes, C A Sohroth,
Carl Walprum, E Wagner, M A
Mitarauga. For Kobe: John O
Siegfried. For Shanghai: J K
Pauoff and wife, Mr Fodoroif.
For Hongkong; David Lowrio
aud wifo, Miss Lowrie, Bichard
Young aud wife, Miss Young, E
Fiiiiiay, April IK.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, from San
11 B M 8 Wlldiwan, Noplcr, from Maka
Stmr Mokolil, Bennett, from Molokai,
Maul nod Lanal.
PiTL-niUT. April I".
Stmr Hclcnc, Freeman, from Ilavtall.
Stmr Kauai, Druhn, from Kauai.
8tmr Kllauea Hou, Weir, from Hawaii.
8chr Moi Wablne, from Paaullo.
O A 8 8 Warrimoo, While, from Victoria
1' M 8 S Clly of Itlo dc Janeiro, Ward, from
Satuuivv, April. IT.
SlmrXocau, Peterson, for Liilialna, llono
kaa and ICnktiihuctc-
Stmr Kcauhou, .Thompson, for Llliue,
8 8 Warrimoo, White, for the Colonics via
8 6 City ol tllo dc Janeiro. Ward, for .Jaiun
oahqoes rnojt island pouts.
Ex stmr Ilelcnc 11,000 bags sugar.
Ex schr Mohialilnu '.'100 lines sugar
Ex stmr Kauai 7101 bags sugar.
I'.v stmr Mokolli U0 bag sugar, 100 bags
Ex stmr Kllauea Hou 41500 bags sugar.
CHAPMAN In thin city, April 15, 1897. to.
the ulte of J, W. Chipmau, a ton.
LUND-Iu Honolulu, April 15, 18!7, to the
wllo of J. T. Lund, a daughter. -
MI.IOAV IIAXI CONCH UT.
I'rosratn tu Hit Ucmlnrrd at Makeo
iHlmid Tomorrow Afternoon.
Tho government baud undor
tho leadership of Professor Borgor
will play tho following selections
at tho Makeo Island band concert
tomorrow afternoon, commencing
at 3 o'clock:
The Old Hundred.
dcrtuic .Inbcl Flotow
li.xllnd The l'ulms Kauro
Finale Lohengrin Wagner
Selection Magnificent Meyrellcs
Cornet 8olo Tho Holy City Adams
Mr. Charles Krcuter.
(a) (llorla .....Mozart
lb) Hallelujah Chorus Handel
Kmitasld Tim Angel's Dream Herman
Overture Easter l'cttco
At i:iiiiun Sqnurt. ,
.Following is tho program for
the concert to bo given at Emma
square this afternoon by tho gov
(hcrture Ciillph of Ibgdad lloleltllcu
IMrajihrai.; Lashla l'langa Knnpay
election Koau of Cistlllu llallu
CoruefSolo The Surf Slclnman
Tho Old Hundred.
Patrol Comic Hlndley
Wall. Sultana lliii'Alosti
Tho Warrimoo that is expected
hero April l(i from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
Original Bock Beor for tho An
chor Saloon. Whilo there has
boon Bock Boor on tho Honolulu
markot, it does not begin to com
pare with tho consignment that
tho Anohor will huvo on tap aftor
tho arrival of tho Warrimoo. Tho
reason (or this is that tho Bock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Rock Boor in tho
States is made at tho first of the
year and kopt till May 1. Tho con
signment to arrive is somo of tho
original boer and is guaranteed to
bo bettor than any Bock ovor im
ported. Wait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho Anchor aftor tho
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
Hioks What a coufnuudod
chattor thoso women aro keeping
up in that room! Wondor what
thoy'ro up to? Wicks Having a
gurno of whiRt, I boliovo. Hioks
Of conrsio; I ought to huvo
r. n riiii..iia,iniA
llnrlr Sam' Mtiltn Klnuhlt Arrltlit
About 8 o'clock last night, tho
U. S. S. Philadelphia, Admiral
Beardsloo's flagship, was sighted
from Diamond Head. At 9
o'clock alio was auohored uoor the
boll-buoy off tho harbor. Signals
with rockols and lights wero ox
changed with tho war vossols
in the harbor. Pilot Sandors
boarded tho ahip ond rocoived
ordors from tho admiral for the
Marion to movo to auothor berth,
in tho harbor, as ho wished tho
flagship to have tho most westorly
position. Early this morning the
Marion moved to tho oast of H. B.
M. S. Wild Swan, and about 8:30
tho Philadelphia dropped anchor
and swung into hor piaco in naval
row. As tho whito cruiser steam
ed into tho harbor, her littlo band
played somo lino music, which
was much appreciated by people
,on tho waterfront and aboard
tho othor yessels.
Tho trip from San Diego was
mado in 8 dayB. Following aro
tho officers: Commaudor in
chief, Bear Admiral L A Bonrds
leo; Staff, Lieut G M Stonoy, flog
lioutouant; Ensign A L Willard,
flag secretary; Commander, Copt
C S Cotton; Lt Coniinuudur, E 11
Ingersoll; Lieutonants, W P El
liott, A G Wintorhalter, JBBlish,
G W Brown, K E Coontz; En
signs, G N Hayward, E H Camp
bell, S PFullinwidor.WSWhitted,
Cadets, A W Wurtbaugn, J O
Wotteugel, O M Tozor, T A Kear
ney, A MoArthur Jr; Fleot Medi
cal Inspector, J A Hawko; Passed
Asst Surgeon, F A Healer; Asst
Surgeon, 11 K Smith; Fleot Pay
Mastor, Wm J Thompson; Fleet
ougineer, John Lowe; Passod asst
euciuepr, W 1' Wincholl: nsst on
oiueor, H B PncojEng Cudot, G P
Burt; Chaplain, W E EdmonBon;
Captuiu Marines, O C Bori'yman;
Lt Marines, A S McLomore; Fleot
Pay Clerk, F W Symouds; Pay
Clerk, M J O'Brion, Boatswain, T
Sheean; Gunnor, L J Connolly;
Carpenter, Otto Barth.
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JAPAJi AM HAWAII.
Jnpanrsc Donliit of Ilt-fclsiiM lu .In.
nex or Control tho Islnudft.
Soattlo .(Wash.), April 9. A
party of distinguished gentlomon
of Japan aro in tho city on route
to EaBtorn and European cities.
They lonvo for SanFinnciRco in
the morning. Tho party includes
ouo member of tho diplomatic
sorvico on his way to London, six
Government ollioials and tlirco
prominent business men. One is
u Japuncso commissioner on his
way to Washington to nttoud the
Postal Congress. Another is a
notod arclutcot who has boen in
trusted with tho formation of
plans for the now iinporial palace.
Japanoso oflicials, thoy say,
deny that J.ipan has uny indention
,to unnex or control Hawaii. Thoy
ridicule tho idea of any possible
troublo betweou Japan und the
United States over tho nft'iir,
saying that no two countries in
tho world uru moro closolj' bouud
by tios of mutual commercial in
Theso uro days of considorablo
anxiety nndporploxity to all who
havo possessions or oilier interests
in tho Bepublio of Hawaii, and it
is tirao that our citizens camo to a
mutual understanding on sovoral
important issues. Tho prospects
for AiiTjosutiou appear at present
vaguo und indistinct, and our
destiny cannot bo foretold with
cortainty. Thoro aro thoso, also, '
who still fondly cling to tho hope
of n return to tho old ordor of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otnonviso, yet this out
look nppoars farmore hazy than
that of Annexation evon fo tho
most' hopeful disciplos of tho
Monarchy. But, fortuuatoly, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is Bolaco in tho fact that
Buffalo Boer has camo to stay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinitnib may oqually share tho
boneflts of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. Wo aro
moreovor assured that this favorite
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as horotoforo nt tho Boyal,
Pacific and' Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. """ f
The Annual Mooting of tho Aloha
Coll'vp Company, Limited, will take t
place at the Heahlenco of Mr. E. Peck,
on Saturday, April 24, 1H')7, at 4
o'clock p. m. R, S. VKOK,
, Honolulu, April 10, 1897, 6bl-2w
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