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EyENlNQ BULLETIN, APRIL in, 1897,
"MD STILL THEY COME"
People Ivnow a Q-ood Tlima
"When Thev See It!
THAT CLOSING OUT SALE
Temple of Fashion
HAS PROVEN TO BE THE
25 Percent Discount
On the Actual Cost!
This Means 50 Percent Less Than You Pay Elsewhere !
Tfie Stock Must Be Closed Out Regard
less of Our Loss !
25 Percent Biseotmt-on the Actual Cost.
S You can get any piece of gootls in the store at this discount.
$ This discount don't apply only to any certain line.
&? Advertising a single leader in older to draw a crowd and then soil other
cheap goods at a big profit don't go in this store.
cC" Every article in my stock is a lender and you are allowed a reduction of 25
per cent, on actual cost.
JC?" Everything marked in plain figures.
J53 Don't get mixed. The TeiTTOle of Fashion is the only
place in Honolulu where you can got good quality for a little money. Yours for
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
M. O. SHIVA, - -
MARINE NEWS NOTES
Biggest Bargain Sale Ever Offered in Honolulu I
I.MMJi: AMOUNT IH' MJUAIt IIKAIIV
Hark Albert Arrlvea-rihlp Ciirlla lor
New Turk Klnal mrn
Tlio bnrk Albert arrived yester
day, 19 days from San Francisco.
Ouo dosertor from tlio George
Curtifl and ono from tho Iroquois
aro reported today.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 0:50
pm; high tide Biniill fi:50 am; low
title large 11:00 a ni;lov tick small
The four-mastod, iron, Ameri
can ship Kenilworth arrived from
Sun Fraucisco today, after a pass
ago of 1") days. She is to load for
Tlio stcatnor Waialealo reports
sighting a large full-riggeu snip,
deoply laden, off Kaoua Point on
Friday night. The ship was nlso
sighted by tlio steamer James
The American Bbip George Cur
tis sailed this aftornoon for Now
York. Hor cargo isiG,064bgs sugar,
woighiDg 2792 tons, and is ship
ped by Wm G Irwin fe Co to the
American Sugar Refining Co.
The steamer Koala brought iu
a heavy cargo on Saturday. Bo
sides a full load of sugar and
sundries, she bad an artesian well
boring outfit aboard. Her deck
was closo on a lovel with the
A shark fishing party wont to
Pearl Ilorbor in a whale-boat on
Saturday night, returning yestor-
flnv. No qlmrkr wnru innrIi Iml
the boys l.ad lots of fun. Henry
u.a (n)tiiLi), Dim Vida, V
Cmuwi-ll, 1! Li'inou and Chus
Olulliugworth made up tlio party.
Two of the follows wore rather
seasick on the trip home, and
hardly cared whether the boat
sank or not.
There is a 'largo amount of
sugar at this port at presout, but
there aro few vessels to carry it
away. Oceanio warehouse and
wharf are blocked with sugar, an4
there aro largo piles of sweet stuff
at some of the other wharves. Tho
ship Curtis sails with a full load
for Now York this afternoon. Tho
ship Iroquois is completing hor
cargo rapidly, and will leave on
Thursday. The bark Albert will
begin loading this week for San
Francisco ob soon as hor inward
cargo is out. The' ship Kenil
worth, just arrived, is then next
vessel to load for Now York. A
whole fleet of vessels aro due, for
the arrival of which waterfront
mon aro praying.
Captain Lee 11. Sowoll, the
nephew of Arthur Sewull, owner
of tho Kouilworth, intended to go
to Honolulu on that vessol. Ab
it happoned tho clipper mado a
very smart run to Ban Francisco
and receiving quick dispatch got
away from here in ballust on tho
3rd JDst. Had tho Newport been
on time Captain Sowall might still
have caught tho vessel, but all tho
oir'urnjtauccB iwro against him.
Tho gallaut skippor Avill sail on
the Rio do Janeiro and join tho
Kenilworth at Honolulu, whore
tho latter will load sugar for Now
York. It will bo romombcred
that tho Kouilworth is an English
built ship and sovoral years ago
was burnt to the water's edge at
Port Costa during tho big fire.
Sbo wuo then sold to the highest
bidder and uftorboing repaired was
placed uudor tho American flag.
Since that timo sho has mado
many fost trips, and tho prosqnt
ouo may bo gauged by tho fact
that the Dirigo, tlie only American-built
steol ship afloat, which
left Now York five days before tho
Kenilworth, has not yet reached
port. Tho Call.
Kliuil .11 am
Tho Japanoso steamer Kiuai
Maru sailod at C a m yesterday,
taking 513 rojectod immigrants
and over 200 passongers from the
Japanoso Colony in town.
A I'rowlor run Mi ml.
About ten o'clock Saturday
night, Captain Bruhn of the
steamer Kauai was awakened by a
noise, and found someone rum
maging about in his room. Tho
captain mode a spring from bis
bunk, but got mixed up in tho
mosquito net. By tho timo the
skipper got on deok, tho prowler
had started up Fort street. A
small dog, belonging to tho watch
man or somebody on tho wharf,
gavo chaso and succeeded iu trip
pinjf tin runawny Captain Drtihn
mum Mmi mi (he Nimt. mid adiuiii
istori'd a severe thrashing to tho
fellow, who began lo yoll for tho
Hkipper to lot up on him. Whon
asked what ho wanted aboard tho
stoamor, tho man said ho bolonged
to tho ship Iroquois and thought
tho stcamor was his vessel, lie
nppearod to bo a seafaring man.
Tho captain took him by the
collar and marchod bim back to
tho stormier, asking him if it
lookod liko his ship. After boiug
wamod to keop clear of tho Kauai
in the future, tho rascal was let
off. Ho was probably ono ol tho
desorters now loose from one of
tho big ships, aud was after money
or other valuables.
Complaints havo been made
many times withiu the last six
months about tho disgraceful
stato of Brower's wharf. Men
havo to work thero while half
choked with clouds of durit which
swoop from ono oud to the otbor,
yet no attention has been paid to
tlio complaints of tho suQerors.
The government water-man, who
sits around the greator part of
his time doing nothing, was ask
ed sovoral times to wet down tho
dirt on the wharf with his
hose, but refused, being too fat
and lazy. Something should bo
dono about this matter without
delay. If the government cannot
afford to spend a few dollars to
havo the wharf put iu propor
condition, it could at least have
tho dirt floor spiinkled with wster
once in a whilo.
VESSELS IN ;POIlT.
H II M a Wlldswan, Napier, Kauai, April If.
UBS Pulladclpbla, Cotton, 8au DIcko, Apt 11
U S t) Petrel, Wood, B V, April 1J,
If H S Marion, Greene, Ban Diego, March 15.
(CoaMcra not included Iu t liln list.)
Am sblp Iroquois, Tnjlor, San Krautlsco
Am tclir Allco Cooke, Pcnliallntv, Port Gam
Mo, April 8.
Am bktn Mary Wlnkclmnu, Ikmicche. New
castle. April lii.
Am bk Seminole, Wccilon, Newcastle, Apr 6
Am bktn .Veirtuoi, MulleMad, NcWvJMlc,
A tch!i Ym Bowden. pjcreni Ncwcaatle.
- April in. ,
From Maui ports, por strar
Claudiuo, April 18 G P Wilder,
S G Wilder, O E King, K S Gjer
drum, Dr A O Cunningham, C
Kaisor, J F Colburii, Young Kim,
Mins Kodama and child, R T
Tukai, Mrs B Kimokeo, Miss
Gandall, J Gandall, Mrs II Dakor,
Mr Holloway, Mr Miles, H Vior
ra and 12 deck passengers.
From Hamakua, por strar Iwa
laui, April 18 Mrs J Madoiros,
Miss Madeiros and 2 deok passen
gers. From Kauai, per stmr James
Makeo, Ajjril 18 Mrs Fredenberg
and 3 deck passongers.
From Kauai, por slmr W G
Hall, April 18-S W Wilcox, Miss
Elsio Wilcox, Miss Mabol Wilcox,
Miss Mary Rico, Miss Anna Rice,
Miss Emily Rico, Miss Rose
Davisou, A G M Robortson. Rev
OP Emerson, Master Philip Rico'
Piaster iierbort luce, Master
Charles Wilcox, Master Gaylor
Wilcox, Mr Allan Judd, Master
Herbert Judd, Mastor Charles
Judd, E Strehz.J I Silva, O M
Lowdon, H Sing Fook, G Naka
raura, K Hiraoko, R Nagao, Tan
Kai, two police officers in chargo
of 15 Chinese prisoners from
Lihue and 21 on deck.
From San Fraucisco, por bark
Albert, April 18-J B Hopkins
and wife, B F MeOnllough, A D
Collins, G Lillie and Gub Sue.
r, ssENrfi:ns depaiited.
For the Colonies, per S S War
rimoo, April 17 John C Scribnor
and 3 Cldneho.
Satciiiiat, Apill 17.
Strar J A Cuniiillnb, Senile, from OjIiu
Stmr Kaali, Motlier, from OaUu porti.
Slim I.IIvUIUe, ricvman, fiom 11 wall.
Sclir Ada, Hurt, from Mololenl.
Sin Kuiulanl, from Ewu.
Stmr C'l:ui(linp, Camurou, fiom oitt oo
Stmr W G Hull, IlaIuud, from ports on
Stmr Iwalani, Gregory, from Han-all,
Stmr Walulcale, Parker, from Kauai.
8tmr Jnmci Mul ee, Tullctt, from Kauai.
Am blc Albert, Urlflltlis, from San Fran
cisco. Sclir Mlllo Morli, from Walalua.
Bcbr Kaulkcaoull, from Puauilu.
Sclir I.uka from Paaullo,
Muniuy, April 19.
Am slilp Kciiilworlb, Baker, IromSan
Sundat, April 18.
Jap S 8 Klnal M.iru, Sakata, lor Japan.
Mondat, April IU,
Stmr Eelmn, Njc, for lionobtiia, llakalau,
Ilonomu anil Pcpcciteo.
Stmr Kactm, Wilson, for Waialua, ruu
Ikl and Mokulela.
Stmr Mokolll, Dtaaett, from Uolokai,
Maul and Lanai.
Stmr Walalcale, Parker, for Kllauca, Ka
liblwal and Haualel,
Am Bblp George Curtis, Spruul, for New
Am bk MatlMi, McKtiuIc, for" Putfet
bclir Kit Molfor Paaullo, llnuull.
VIJHSI1I.H LEAVING TOMOIIIIOW.
Hlinr (Jlauilliie, ( amenm, fur Maul
Mtmr Ialnnl, (lri'nr), lor I.nlmln, tin
nokaa and Knkiiilinile.
OAIIOOE8 FIIOM ISLAND rOIlTS,
Ei stmr Claudiuo 11.AS4 bags aii(ar, 5h
br corn, 16U bag potatoes US bead tattle,
".0 bogs, 1 burse, SO pkj; sundrlvit.
Ex stmr I,lkillkc-I0,l( bags sugar.
Ex stmr J A Cummlns-I50C Iurs sugar.
Ex sclir Kaulkcaonll 1000 bags sugar.
Ex scbr Luka 1800 bags aui;ar.
Ex stmr Walalcale SHOO bags suu;ar.
Ex stmr Knala 2(U5 bags sugar.
Ex stmr James Makce 050 bags susr.
Ex stmr Iwalani 51W0 k surst, U bags
i X. f!mr,.V ." ,'al-n3S5 bK ,UB". "
bdls lililc, (i'J pky snndrles.
SPENCEK-In Honolulu, April 17. 1897, to
tlie wife of Cbarles Spencer, n dajnjliter.
Klniisblcr ol I'rlMinrra by Siai,lurd
Mtontner Subildlei Oir.
An account of an atrocious mas
sacre of robol prisoners in tho
Philippines has reached Victoria
by tho steamer Empress of Japan.
It is stated that no less than 200
robol prisoners from tho vicinity
ef Mauila were locked in a room,
which answers the purposo of a jail,
while tho Spanish guards stood
outside and, firing ritlos through
the walls of tho "jail," killed two
thirds of Iho unfortuuato inmatos.
Tho town of Giram on tho Isl
and of Formosa was terribly
Bhaken by an earthquako early in
March, as the result of which
fifty six persons wero killed and
100 injurod, whilo fifty houses
woro complotoly destroyed and
The Japaneso Government, ac
cording to news received at Vio
toria,B. 0., has definitely decided
not to grant any eubsidios this
year to tho Nippon Yuson Kaislm
lino of Bteamors between Yoko
hama and Seattlo, or to tho Orient
al Steamship Company, which
proposes to put stoamers on tho
route to San Francisco. Advices,
however, stato that tho Govern
ment spoms to bo prepared to help
tho Nippon Yuson Kaisha lator,
although no decision has boon ar
rived at with rogard to tho Orient
al company. This decision may
prove fatal to both lines, for as it
is tho lino to Scuttlo is said to be
Tho Chinee Government has
appointed Chang Yin Huan as
Royal Embassador to reprosent
the Eiujjuor tr Chiuu m Q.u.a
Victoria's diamond jubilee cele
bration. Tho Chineso Govornmout has
decided to order four more arm
ored cruisore, two fast cruisers
and several torpedo destroyers of
tho English type. RetrenchniontB
made at tho palacoof tho Empress
and Empress Dowager are devot
ed toward strengthening l'io iicw
' Prof. Berger has arranged the
following program for tho coucort
at Emma oquaro this evening. A
now inarch by David Napo will bo
played for the first lime:
Overt urcSemlramido Honici
Silectlun Bald P.iilu Statil
Mauh Mctina Kei (new) Nape
Kemlnliccnccs ul BUlini (iodtrej
Coract Solo Old Folks at Home....Uernurd
Mr. diaries Krcntcr.
two' patrols ? 7,,"1ii'':h "J,1"1;?1"
I u Comic Niudley
Waltz Vienna Girls Zlcbrer
Marc.li Irwin Berger
Hawaii Pouoi. i
Kroogor Pianossweotostin tone,
JaH. W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonio Templo. Of
fico tit Thrum's Book Stor'o. Tun
ing and repairing. jfiotF" Tolo
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