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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 21, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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MARINE NEWS NOTES nil ho ' ' '''
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tM STILL THEY GOME"
People Know a Good ThinG'
"When Thev See lit!
THAT CLOSING OUT SALE
Temple of Fashion
HAS PROVEN TO BE THE
Bjggest Bargain Sale Ever Offered in Honolulu !
25 Percent Discount
On the Actual Cost!
This Means 50 Percent Less Than You Pay Elsewhere !
The Stock Must Be Closed Out Regard
less of Our Loss !
25 Percent Discount on the Actual Cost,
J3T You can got any piece of goods in tho storo at this discount.
EP This discount applies to all lines.
tS? Advertising a single leader in order to draw a crowd and then sell other
cheap goods at a big profit don't go in this store.
S3?" Every article in my stock is a leader and you are allowed a reduction of 25
per cent, on actual cost.
JKS" Everything marked in plain figures.
up- Don't get mixed. The Teirmle of Fashion tho only
place in Honolulu where you can get good quality for a little money. Yours for
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
ull n111.1t) (iikinio iiiiii iir IMIl llllj
freight nhoard. The sailors say
that Captain Fitzgerald nhusos
tlictn badly mid ns long ns ho
should be master of tho steamur
thoy would not work. Captain
I?rooman of tlio Likolikn wan
placed iu command ot tho Holono
this afternoon, nud n new crow
was soon aboard. Tho Htoamor
loft tho wharf at n quarter to two
o'clock. She was to havo Bailed
at noon. Captain Freeman is woll
liked by tho sailors, and he haw
110 trouble with his mou.
VAMHIlm HUMS OK I.XICHKNT
Traiibl In I In- llrlrni lliirk Al'lru
llntiio In I'nrl-AtllTlly
m luu u btA
Tho bark Somiuolo is receiving
Harry Swinton will go out as
mato in tho stoamnr Likeliko noxt
Captain Bob Audrows has
resinned Ih'b position with tho
Wiltlor Steamship Co.
Tho bark Ahlon iJosso arrived
last uicht, having had a iino run
of 17 days from the Qoldon Gate.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 9:00
pm; high tide small 8:55 am; low
tide lurgo 0:55 p m; low tida small
The Norwegian bark Fortuua
will begin loading sugar for Sun
Francisco as soon ob hor coal
cargo is out.
The James Makoo was launched
from the Marino Bail way yoster
day afternoon. She leaves this
evening for Kapaa.
Tho bark Albert and barkontine
Archer aro hustling their inward
cargoes out at Iirower's wharf,
both of them boiug hungry for
The ship Iroquois was llonted
off the mud at high tide yestorday
afternoon. She is to start on hor
voyage round tho Horn in a few
U S Consul Mills and Japaueso
Minister Shimamurn wcro aboard
the USS Philadelphia this morn
ing. Tho flagship'-; guns boomed
out their respects to each as they
lift the ship.
Tho British gun-boat Wild
Swan will sail on Saturday or
Sunday for a oruiso in tho South
Seas. Tho U S gnu boat Petrel
will likoly leave within a fow days
Two sharks, each about four
teen feet long, wcro hauled aboard
tho steamer Maun a Loa at Puua
luu last trip. One of tho tnonstors
Rot away with a hook and sotno
line, but was caught with another
hook. Tho boys on tho Mauna
Loa havo lots of sport iu the Ash
ing line, there boiug plenty of fish
and sharks along the Hawaii
While thnstoauior Noeau was at
Honokaa a day or two ago, ono of
hor boats was overturned by a
huge wave and driven on the
rocks. One of tho boat's crow
had a narrow oscapo from losing
his life, but ho managed to crawl
up among tho rocks. Ho whs
badly hurt about his head aud
one log, so that ho was taken to
the hobpital on arrival this morn
ing. About 100,000 bags of sugar are
piled at Oceanic wharf and ware
house. Tho Kenilworth is throw
ing out hor ballast as quickly as
possible. Tho sugar will be
rushed into tho big ship in iiuo
stylo as soon as a beginning is
made. The wharf will havo to bo
cleared by the '27th, as tlio S S
Australia with a big cargo of g?n
oral merchandise will bo hero on
The following two iteniB aro
clipped from tho Hilo Tribune of
The Roderick Dim will sail to
nioriow mornitig for San Fran
cisco with 2500 tons of sugar
from fivo plantations. Also as
pasBougerB Mrs W K Andrews of
JLiouomu, Mr aud Mrs A W Hob
son and child, Mr Sol !N Sheri
dan. The ship Honry Villard arrived
in port yostorday morning, twenty
six days from Portland, Or. This
vossol had tho dunnage to bo used
by tho Indiana now in port and
has been very anxiously looked
for by tho Indiana pcoplo, ns no
sugar could bo put aboard tho
latter vessel before tho arrival of
the former. Tho Villard brings a
cargo of G00,000 feot of lumber, F
W Patton master.
A l'ck l 'Iruiiblu.
Nitiotoon sailors of tho Wildor
steamor Holouo rofusnd duty this
morning and wero locked up at
the Police Station. Tho strike
was expected. Captaiu Fitzgorald
did not take tho Holono out last
.trip, but stayed nfilioro in tho
hope of having tho trouble with
tho HiiilorH blow over. Sinco tho
return of tho steamer, Fitzgorald
was put in command again. As a
From San Francisco, per bk
Aldou Bcbbo, April 20 Mrs Chas
Pottor, Mrs M H Backus, Mrs
Mary Brasil, E L BufFonton und
Charles 1 Austin.
From Hawaii, per stnir Noeau,
April 21 Win Daly und G deck
From Kauai, por stmr Keati
hou, April 21 ltev H laouberg
and 2 dock passongors.
For Maui ports, per stmr Clau
dino, April 20 Mrs Berg, Miss
Berg, Mrs TF Sanborn and child,
K S GjerdrutB, P . Dm, Mrs
Wallace, wife and child, E John
son, Ilev H Kihara, Miss Bailey,
Mrs Kino, W D Braden and J A
For Kauai, por stmr W G
Hall, April 20 Mrs Sproull and
2 childron, It Catton,Miss Catton,
K Hiraoka, K Takimoto and E
in:us I'ltii.n no.N a.
Kulvrprlip il" m Lmlr N'uw Tradlnr
Tho Kona Echo has tho follow
ing local news:
In tho murder case of lana, tho
jury returned a verdict of assault
Miss Baird, who purchased
twenty acres of coffee land by Mr.
Cockburn's plantation, a few
months ago, has now a fine house
on it of her own design, and tho
land ready for colfeo. Sho has
located about the right distance
up the mountain to enjoy ono of
tho finest climates in tho world.
We aro glad to sco such eutor
prising peoplo as Miss Baird and
hor father coming to tho island.
Judgo Hitchcock who is a guest
of Deputy Sheriff Nahalo, was
quito ill last Sunday. We aro
happy to learn that tho Judgo is
quite woll again.
Messrs. Cockburn nud Lindsay
have oponed a nice little branch
store at tho junction of tho Ho
lualoa and Kailua roads.
Mr. Coorper its opening up in
hardware aud groceries on his
Kailua is vory nctivo now. Tho
natives seem to love courting at
The Warrimoo that is expected
hero April 10 from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
oiighiai Bouk iJt'or for tho Au
chor Saloon. While there has
boou Bock Beer on tho Honolulu
market, it does not begin to com
pare with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will have on tap after
tho arrival ot tho Warrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that the Bock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Bock Beer in the
States is made at tho first of tho
year aud kept till May 1. Tho con
signment to urrivo is some of tho
original boor and is guaranteed to
be better than any Bock evoi im
ported. Wait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho Anchor after tho
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
San Francisco and Yoko
The Kirttt Stoamer
Of the above lino will bo duo from
Kobe, Jupnu, nn or utiout tlio
30th OF .AHIL
Anil will havo iliitputcli (or Bun
YV Vox purtlciiIurH, liijulro of
O. M, BOAHDMAN,
Ttritur. April 20.
Am lik Allien Beise, Puller, (rem Bin
Blrar J A Cummins, Beaile, from Oibw
Wkhnemiat, April 21.
Sliur Kcaubuu, Tliorupon, from Kiil.
Stmr Noeau, Peterson, from llwll.
WUIINMDAT, April 21.
8lmr Itclcnc, Fitzgerald, for Mliukon,
Ptmihau and Ook!a.
Htmr Jatiica Makcc, Tullctt, for Kp.
Bttnr Kmint, Brulm, forMkll, Vlmt
Htmr J A Cummins, Bcurlc. for Oaliu
Stmr Mlknliala, Thompson, for Makawcli,
OAItaOES F1IOM ISLAND POIITS.
Ex ttuir Noeau 42.V1 lugs er.
Ex etmr Kciiulioii JtvCS bai;t tugar,
Ex itmr J A Cuimiilus TUB hags ugr, 710
VKSSIILd IN POUT.
11 II ,M 8 Wlldswan, Napier, Kauai, April 1G.
USS Philadelphia, Cottou, Sau Diego, April
USS lVlrul. Wood, 8 K, April 13,
USS Marion, Hrcenc, San Dlcco, March It.
(Coastcrn not included In this Hat.)
Am ahlp Iroquois. Tavlor, Ban Francisco,
Aru achr Alice Cooke, l'cnhallow, Port Qam-
caitlc. April 12.
Am uk rtcmlnole, Wccdon, Newcastle, Apr 6.
Aui bktn Newaboy, Mullcstad, Newcastle,
Am achr Wm Uowden. FJerem, Ncflcastln,
Nor bk Fortuua, MlkKelson, Ncwcastla,
Am fhlp Kenilworth, Baker, 8F, April 19.
Am bktn Areber, Calhoun, S F, April '20.
Am bk U D Brjaiit, Colly. S F, April ai).
Am bl: Aldcu Cease. Potter, H 1", April 20.
Am bk Albert, GrlUitba, S F April 18.
FOUEION VFSSKLS EXPECTfiD.
Vessels Where Irom Due
Nlc lk Daair.lon, ... V. ... njc
Her bk Paul lsenbcrK.... Liverpool Ou
Schr Louis Newcastle
Schr Noiclty NcttonilH
Schr (ioklcn Shore. . .Nowcastlo
Schr Echo Newcastle
Hawbklolaui New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuauu New York
Am Schr Oceania Vance,.. Newcastle, Apr 30
Schr V II Talbot,.. Newcastle Apr 3
88 Austiall.i S F Apr 27
88 Doric Yokohima Apr 28
88 .Miowera 8ilucy ur Hi
SSAIamcda Sidney Aprs 29
Am bktu Amelia I'ujtet Sound
8S Amarapoora,....Puget Sound,
Am achr Trautlt rt F,
Am bktu 8 N Castle,... 8 F
Am bk Ceylon, Puaet Sound
(law bk H V Intuit, 8 F
Am bktn Irmgaid, 8 F
Am bk Fresno Pugct Sound
Mr eblp Dalcaliulu A.lorb Djr
Grabip II F Olade Hrcmen July SI
BA1KD-MAY In thin city, April 20, 1897,
at St. Andrew'a Cathedral, by the Itev.
Alexander Mackintosh, assisted by the
Iter. John Usburuc, William II. llalrd, U
Fauuy, the fourth daughter of the late
Thomas May, Esii., of Nenark-on-Ticnt,
ATCHERLEY At Kailua, Noith Kona, Ha
Mall, on April 14, ISO", to the wife of Dr.
J. Atrherley, a bon.
CHAVEZ At Walalua, Oabu, April li, 1S'J7,
A. F. Chain.
Best Tonsorial Artists
KOKT STR KET;
I'ntronu urn ri'spi-utfully rcrticateil
to onlor their ttupply of Ico iiefore 5
o'clock p. m., ou wtiek ifnys, iiinl be
fore 12 o'clock noon ou SumlnvH uml
Holidays. In cau of noues-lty, Ice
may bo olituhuil uftiT ttbovo Tiouni,
at No. 897 Uuretanla Street, or ut the
Cold Storage llooui of tbo Hawaiian
Electric Co., between tho hours of
U o'clock p. m. mid 11 o'clock p.m.
for cash only.
PEOPLE'S ICE &, IVF'G CO., Ltd.
O. H. Hkitmann, Manager.
Olllci, 3fo. Oiil Beretunla Street,
Tel. No. 153. P. O. Box .107. BS!) 3t
Notlco Is liercby glvon that tho fol
lowing entnty lm litn linivouniloil
In the Government Pouud ut Muklkl,
1 Steer branded on right hind hip
and white and black spots ull over tbo
And If Bitch otitray Is not claluiwl
aud ull pound clmrgpR gatUtlod on or
boforo SATUKOAY, May 1. Ib07, at
12 o'clock noon, the same will bo sold
ou that date and hour to tho hlghon!
bidder. K. KEICUENK,
lloiiuliilii, H. I., April 10, lwi7.
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