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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 22, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, Al'ltIL 122, 1897.
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MD STILL THEY COME"
THAT CLOSING OUT SALE
Temple of Fashion
Biggest Bargain Sale Ever Offered in Honolulu !
25 Percent Discount
On the Actual Cost!
This Means 50 Percent Less Than You Pay Elsewhere !
2! lie Stock Must Be Closed Out Regard
less of Our Loss !
S3?" You can got any piece of goods in the store at this discount.
52 This. discount applies to all lines.
" Advertising a single leader in order to draw a crowd and then sell othor
cheap goods at a big profit don't go in this store.
E 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.
yp Don't get mixed. The Tenmle Of Fashion is the only
place in Honolulu where you can got good quality for a little monoy. Yours for
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
M. e. &ITWM
IPecxple Know a
"When Thev See
HAS PROVEN TO BE
Disco ant on the
MARINE NEWS BOTES
ins sri:,t.iiNiiif nniiiu fuo.h
I TIIK OlIIt.NT.
a mill dh tiiuiir iiii Duciii iiic
Nlilp Nlltqilelinuuit Jfun Hue
Tho Kcmlwoilh begun loading
Tho steamer Likoliko sails at 5
p in, with chief oflicor Baclis in
Tho S 8 Doric's tirao from Yo
kohama wbb 1) days 9. hours ami !)5
Tho steamers Mtuuin Lou mid
Noenu aro chalked up to sail at 10
a m tomorrow.
A spare propollor for tho
ilearner Maitua Loa was landed
fioin llio Archer thin morning.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 10:08
pin; high tide small 10:10 am; low
tido largo 2:08 p m; low tiilu small
The outgoing mail per S S
Doric cIobor at 0 p m today. Tho
steamer leaves for San Francisco
about G p m.
Tho G S Doric brought a minor
that two Japaneso warships wore
on thoir way to this port. The
gonoral opinion is that thero is
"nothing in it."
Tho inward cargo of tho Aldon
Bosso will be all out in a couplo
of days. The Besso will load as
quickly as possible and set sail
for San Francisco.
Tho big Amorican ship Susque
hanna is about -11 days out from
Japan. Sho is eagerly looked for
by peplo on tho waterfront. Tho
b.,r j6ocl L coining bore to lonrl
for Now York.
Guy Kelly tho popular young
purser of tho Iulor-lsland Steam
ship Co has been taken down sick
and is now confined to his bod. It is
to bo hoped ho will soon recover.
The S S Doric, Hnrry Smith
commander, arrived from tho
Orient at daylight this morning.
Sho loft Yokohama April 13. For
Honolulu thore woro five cabin
passongors and 551 Chinese, and
1070 packages of merchandise.
Indian Orcau Sliurk.
Although the waters of tho In
diau ocean aro fiilud with turn -cious
sharks, the inhabitants of
the numerous islands near Coylou
swim about in the water with im
punity, the sharks refusing to
molest them, while a straugor
would bo iustautly devoured.
lliiltlc Willi Wrrrkrr.
Philadelphia, April 7. Tho
Norwegian steamor Nuergly,
which arrived hero tonight from
Port Antonio, Jamaica, landed at
this port Captain Oscar Ellolfon
and niijo nie n, part of tho crow of
the Norwegiun bark Prince Fred
erick, which struck on a coral reof
ab:iut 12 J miles west-north west
Thfa voa&d wn3 boatded by half
clad savage wreckers, who threat
ened the lives of tho unfortunate
crew. For fum dajs ami ingms
Capti.iu E!!r!rii ar 1 Ins ro
stuck to tho wiuck and ivpi lied
tho savagos at tho point of a pistol
but woro finally compelled to givo
in aud allow Iho wreckers ouo
half tho plunder.
From China and Jip-)j,pnr S S
Doiic, April 22 Mrs J H Potlio,
Mies E W Pettie, Miss C II Pot
tie. Miss F E Griswold. Misa N
Stewart and o51 Chinese.
The Wnrrimoo that is expected
hero April 1G from Victoria will
bring n largo consignment of
Original Dock 13eor for tho An
chor Saloon. 'While thoro has
been Bock Beor on tho Honolulu
market, it does not begin to oom
paro with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will have on tap after
tho arrival of tho Wnrrimoo. Tho
reason' for this is that tho Book
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Bock Boer in the
States is made at tho first of tho
year and kopt till May 1. Tho con
signment lo arrivu is some of tho
original boor and is guaranteed to
bo better than any liock ovor iin
pottod. Wait for it. It will ho
on tap nt the Anchor nftor tho
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
The livening lluthtln, 75 wills
Wihsesiiai, April SI.
Btinr Katat, TTIIsou, from porta on
TiiunsuiT, April 2-J.
O it O 8 S Doric, Smith, from Jnpnn
Tiiuiisuat, April 22.
Sttnr Kavna, Wilton, Tor Walalun,
Hlmr Krauliou, Thompson, for Kuloa,
Stmr l.lKvllkc. Saclm, tor Olownhi,
(.oupnbochoc mill KuKnUu.
VESSELS LEAV1NO TOMOHItOW.
Stmr Mnutm Lnn, Slmcrsnu, (or Mnnl uml
OAltaOEfl FUOM INLAND TOUTS.
Ex Mmr Kicna-IVK) !); cj;ar.
VKSSKL4 IN 1'OUT.
HUMS Wil(U hi. Napln, Kami, piillii.
U 8 S l'hllaUclphln, Cottfln, o.tn Ulcj;". April
V 8 8 Petrel, Wood, S F, April 13,
U 8 8 Marlon, Greene, 8nn Diego, March IS.
(Coasters not Included In this Hit.)
Am thin Iroquois, Tojlor, San Tru lco
Am tcbr Alice Cooke, l'cnhallon-, Port Oam-
cantlu, April l'J.
Am bk ycmlnolc, Wccdon. Newcastle, Apr 5.
Am bktu N'eibov, MiillMnd, Nimmstl,
Am tehr Wm lionden, Kierem, Newcastle,
Xor ok Fortunn, Mlkkelson, NcncastU,
Am ship Kcnllnorlli, Dakcr, 8F, April 111.
Am bktn Archer. Calhoun, 8 F, April 20.
Am bk (J D Hryant, Coll). 8 F. April 20.
Am bk Aldeu lk-ne, Potter, 8 F, April 20.
Am uk Albert, UrlUltht. 8 F April IS.
FOIlEIflS VPHSEL8 EXPECTED.
Vciels Where trom Duo
Nle bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Dup
Ucr bk Paul Ucubtri;....LUurpool line
8chr Louis Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
HMir OnMep -imh ..T-i-w-i-il"
Schr Kcho Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... Muy fll
Bk Nuuiuu New Vork
Am SclirOccauIa Vance,.. Newcastle, ArrW)
Kchr W 11 Talbot,. .NewtHstle Apr 30
S 8 Australia 8, V Apr 37
38 Doric Yokohama Apr 23
8 8 Mltmcra Sydney Apr 31
BSAlamtda 8dney Apri 2"J
Am bktn Amelia Puget Sound,....
8 8 Amarapoora,....l'ui;ct Sound,
Am schr Transit 8 F,
Am bktn S n Ca.lle,... 8 F
Am bk t'ejlon, l'UL'ft 8ound
llawbkUPlllthU 8 F
Am bktn li inward, 8 F
Am bk Frenu, 1'ugit Sound
llr ship Ddlcalmle Astoria Duo
Orshlp U FOIade,.... Ilrcmen JulyUI
11AXKUU1TCY CLAIM OIHMINUD.
Hlir Mitlcrioii l'lljltt i'ic Jtullrliry
Cecil Brown, a creditor of E.B.
Hondry, bankrupt, has filed an
objection to tho claim of Mrs. E.
1. Hondry on the grounds that it
is illegal, based on no valuable
consideration, fictitious, oto.
Tho Hawaiian Pork and Pack
ing Co. has filed a joinder in de
murrer in tho suit of E. 0. Win
ston against it.
Honry Smith has filed his final
accout as trustoo for John Sumnor
Ellis, a minor, with a petition for
discharge. Ito shows receipts of
81U59.38, and paymonts of
S889.59, leaving a balauco of
109.79. Tho ward claims to bo
u ow of oge.
Judge Carter has approved tho
nreount of lliiymnnd Roves,
guardian ol the. Aiauuuuo nunoiu,
'K . lit B il !-c,.;'i"t. n.. lo itooc
Keola ueo Macluido and Julia
Maohado, who havo como of nge,
but lo retain tho property of
Henry aud Mary Ann Machado,
still in their minority, and file u
uew bond thoroforiu 81500. Thoro
is S1158.55 duo five children. Tho
estate is valued nt $5000, consist
ing ol leal estate m xiuiioiulu.
Adjudication now is on tho report
of D. P. Kellett Jr. as master.
J mlr" Carter yesterday aftor
n ooh derided in favor of tho re
spondents "tho now company"
in tho Chinoso theater controver
sy for poeeeofiinu. A contract
made by Loo Chit Sam as a direc
tor of tho old compauy was pro
duced which settled tho inattor
with tho Court. Mr. Castlo for
petitioners noted an appeal. Mr.
Magoon for respondents, with two
pohcomon, acted on tho decisiou
laRt night by taking posts'-i) of
tho Thespian templo on tho spioy
marshes of Aala.
A surpriso party was tendered
to A. II. Jackson at his homo on
Punchbowl street lust Saturday
ovuning. Dsuoing was indulged
in until elovon o'clock, after which
rofrebhmoiits woro ooryod on tho
lawn. Those present woro Miss
Fair, Miss Horn, Miss Ilrown, Miss
Hobo, Hilary Momo, Fred AngiiH,
Mr. Matthews and a number of
VII'rultlA'M I.O.MJ ItMllA
Continual from Jut I'mjc,
to ba whun asked to aubsoribo
toward tho memorial. Ho thoro
foro t moved tho resolution for n
hospital for incurablos. In argu
ing that it Bhould not bo limitod
to British, ho told of a caso in Iu'b
knowlodgo not far from tho plaoo
of meeting, of a man badly need
ing tho sholtor of such a hospital.
Such casco ought to bo token into
consideration. If tho resolution
waH adopted he would put his
uamo dawn for $2500. Applaueo.
Tho chairmau told of tho great
interest taken in tho matter by a
lady rcsidont, who had formerly
had much experience ns a hos
Mr. Tinker wanted to know if
it would bo a froo hospital. If
so, might it not conllict with tho
Mr. Thomas It is for incura
bles; thero will bo no competi
Mr. McMillan urged that tho
directors should be exclusively
British. This would never be a
British country, and thero was
dunei ihat iu. hospital, uuiior
cortain circumstances, might loso
Mr. Eoe raised a roar of lnugh
iei by remarking that "this is a
British country run with tho as
sistance of Americans."
Tho chairman spoke in warm
terras of Mr. Young's munificence.
At the conclusion of business
about 9:30, a voto of thanks was
carried with applaueo for Mr.
Walker's able services in tho chair.
Mr. Krouso was also cordially
thanked on motion for tho use of
tho rooms for tho meeting. Tho
first stanza of "God Save tho
Queen" was suug, as tho m.'. tint
a tho m.'. ting
to the call of
no (tiuru is tit. Ki.riMtr
C'oloual l'ltlicr and .Uojnr Jonc jn.
iioiiurn the llutmlluii VuiMlon
Major J. AV. Jones called on tho
Bulletin this morning and asked x
to be put on record as saying that
thero was absolutely no founda
tion for tho report iu tho morning
paper that tho officers of tho
Rogiment were talking over tho
matter of giving each battalion of
tho First Kogimont a vacation of
throe months alternately. The
matter had never been discussed
by any officer in his hearing.
Colonel Fisher was seen later
and corroborated Major Jones.
He said that such an idea if car- '
ried out would do away with all
discipliuo and destroy the utility
of the regiment. No such orders
would ovor be given as long as
ho was at tho head of military
Major McLcod srrid he had
heard nothing of any such propo
sition. Isolation "I tlio IM ii git i.
Health Officer Doty of Now
York received a roport lecontly
from tho agent appoiutod in
nn at the rSuoa canal from India.
Tho roport says:
"Fr6m Bombay I learn of tho
apparently marvelous manuer in
which tho bubonic plague isolates
itself. Tho natives live mostly
iu a largo building, divided into
flats. Each flat consists of a, set
of rooms divided by a passngo or
, r; i,., 'i , a,, i f r ., (,;,., ;s n
common lavatory. It has boon
known, ovor and over agaiu, that
sovornl persons suffering from tho
phiguo have bean confined in ouo
room of allat,audyot not one other
individual living in tho same ilut
has caught the disease. 'Finally
I may mention that Piogors Pasha,
inspoolor-gonoral of tho sanitary
department of Egypt, has just re-
turned from Bombay, having'
mado n thorough study of tho
suuitary condition of that city.
Ho is of tho opinion that tho
Egyptian authorities havo overy
rtl.niiit of li. nig ulilt t j prevent
tho introduction of tho disoase."
Sister Why dnn't you marry
hor? "Nrothor I'd like to but
unfortuualuly sho has an impedi
ment in hor spooch. Sistor
What is it? Brother -She can't
Tho Comedinn (on tho dofon
sivo) But you know thoro nro
only sovoii roul jokos in tho world,
it is said. The Soubrotlo 1
know; what ptizzlos inn is tliut
ynii haul never hiippoiiod upon
any of thoiu,
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