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EVENING HULLETIN, APIIITj 23, 1897.
mm. C II Dii-hny, L PI Wiito
! iituiHf, Mia Anna I'nriH. J Slior
J. S, W'aJker,
Ileal - Estate - Broker
nmti, L Chung, MirtH K Martin,
Mr JJorRBtrom, Maatur l'liilip
Levey, Dr Lindlcy, 1) Couroy nud
43 deck pnesongora.
VAIIMM'S II MIS IMl'KKII III TO.
' "AND STILL THEY GOME"
Hark . II. Ili'tant Will Ju In l,n)'nn
laland-ITIhiiiih I.m llppnrtu
People Know a Grood Thmtr
"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 5Q Percent Less Than You Pay Elsewhere !
The Stock Must Be Closed Out Regard
less of Our Loss !
5 Paicent Discount on the Actual Cost,
gW You can got nnyvpieeo of goods in tho store at this discount.
23-"" This discount applies to all linos.
3? Advertising a singlo leader in order to draw a crowd and then sell other
cheap goods at a big protit don't go in this store.
S Every article in my stock is a leader ami you aro allowed a reduction of 25
per cont. on actual cost.
liT Everything marked in plain figures.
lip- "Don't got mixed. The Temrle of Fashion is the only
place m Honolulu whore you can got good quality for a little money. Yours for
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Biggest Bargain Sale Ever Offered in Honolulu !
The USS Petrol will go to soa
Two deserters from the ship
Kouilworth aro reported today.
Tho schooner Alice Cooke will
tnko n load of augur to tho Coast.
Tho Archer lms finished ilia
charging, nud will now begin tak
ing in sugar.
The pile-driver is having an
other "go" at tho big rocks at Inter-Island
The bark Albert will havo hor
cargo i genoral merchandise nil
out by tomorrow aftornoou.
Tlio steamor Noenu reoeivod
2007 bacs fortilizor from tho Bry
ant for Kukuihaolo. A numbor of
mules aro for tho satno planta
tion. The crow of tho USS Phila
delphia arc overhauling hor in
side nud out, thoroughly cleaning
and repainting from olcm to
Tho bark C D Bryant will havo
nil hor cargo out in a fow days.
Besides n Jot of general merchan
dise, she has 125,000 brick to dis
charge. Tho stnall-pox patients at the
Qunruntiuo Stntion aro all doing
well. No main bickness is re
ported. Tho Chinese lauded from
tho Doric aro in for 18 days.
Tho American ship Iroquois
29 days from San Fraucisconocds
ono more steamer loud to finish
her cargo. This is a record that has
not been beaten so fur this year.
The bark C D Bryant will not
go to tho Coast again for quito a
while. Sho will niako threo trips
to Layson Island, bringing guano
to Honolulu for II Haokfeld fe
Tho enilors of the Helouo who
refused duty undor Captain Fitz
gerald two days ago were tried in
tho court yesterday afternoon. AH
but ono decided to return to work
again, and woro lot off. Today
thoy woro down on tho wntorfront,
scorning as happy as over.
A Japaneso caused a lot of
amusement for a big crowd at
Inter Island wharf this morning.
IIo had a tickut for tho Bicamor
Mauua Loa, but did not got down
to the wharf until she was back
ing out. Besides himself to look
after, ho had a big bundle of bag
gage. Ono of tho sailors threw n
cork fonder ovor tho starboard
bow. With his foot on tho fendor,"
the Jup seized tho rope in a death
like grip. A half -dozen native
sailars yanked tho little brown
fellow aboard, while tho people
on the wharf enjoyed tho comical
sight immensely. A small boat
happened to bo near tho wharf,
by means of which tho plucky
chairs baggage was put aboard tin
steamer in the middle of the
The steamor Wuiulmlo wb'ch
arrived this morning from Kauai
brings a report of a big firo on
Eleelo plantation on Tuesday
nigut. l'orty-nvo acres or enno
woio burned. No paiticulars ns
to how tuo liro stinted or what was
being done could bo learned, ox
copt that flirt Btnnnur Hull took u
lot of cooling pans from Koloa to
Jiloole. It is possible tor tho
gruator port of the burned cane to
bo utilized, but much of it will be
a loss. Tho Wnialeale was lying
at another part of tho island, and
tlie telephone service hoiug poor,
nothing beyond tho facts that thorn
had been a big firo and thtit an
effort was being made to got in
cano before it spoiled, could bo
loarncd. Tho Waialealo reports
rough W'eathor at Kauai. Some of
tho Kilauoa freight conld not be
From Kauai, per stmr Mika
hnln, April 23 J Cnnniughnm,
Mr Fayo and i) deck passengers.
For San Francisco, per O it O
8 S Doric, April 22 Air nud Mrs
0 Bollo, Mrs E Suhr and James
For Maui and Hawaii, por
stmr iMauna hmx, April 23 .Mr
MoAmlrmvH, Mra Ah Hani, J Ko-
TnunsDAT, April 22.
Stmr ! A Cummliu, Senile, from Onhu
FkidaT. April 23.
Bttur tVnlulcalc. Parker, from Knnal.
Stmr MlUnlm'n, Thompson, from Kauai.
TiltuiiliAV, April BS.
() ,; n S S Doric, Smith, for San Kran-
Fiiiiuy, April 3 1.
Stmr Mauni Loa, Simmon, fur Maul and
8tnir Nocau. Vctcrann, for Lalulnn, Hono
kaa and Kukulliaclc.
Stmr .1 A CmnniiiifA Stnrlc, for Oalm
OAIIQOUH FltOM ISLAND POUTS.
Kx itmr Kuala 2C35 bngi nijsr, 40 hags
rice, 65 bugs tare.
Ex ftmr J A Cummins 1S0U bj;s ugr.
Ex ftmr Mlkuliala -SllW bags sugar.
Ex atmr Walalcalc 3104 bug sugar.
IIAKHISOX-In tills city, April 32, 18S7,
Adeline Mildred, youn-cit daughter of
Fr (1 uud Uuiina 'lu.i..-, sjca ecven
VESSEI.d IN POUT.
II II M a vyihlswnn, Kapler, Kauai, April ID.
USS Plilladelpliia, Cotton, dan Ulego. April
II 8 8 Petrel, Wood, 8 F, April in,
USB Marlon, Greene, San Diego, March IS.
(Coasters uot Included In tills lht.)
Am sldp Iroquois, Tajlor, Sau Krautlsco,
Am eclir Alice Cooke, Pcnliallow, Port Uara-
caMle, April 13.
Am lik Seminole, Wtcdon, XowraMlv, Apr S.
Am liktli Ncwiliov Milletl NVncnMle,
Am tclir Wm llowdcn. Plercni, Newcastle,
Nor l.k Fortunu, Mlkkelson, Newcastle.
Am ship Kenllwortli, Uaker, 8F, April 111.
Am bktn Archer, Calhoun, 8 F, April '20.
Am bk C 0 Bryant, Colly. 3 F. April 20.
Am bk Aldeu llcsae. Potter, 3 F, April 20.
Am bk Albert. Urltlltua, 8 F Aprl) IS.
FOHEION VUBSEI.S EXPECTED.
. Vessels Where lrom Duo
NIc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
Ocr bk Paul lcnberi ...Liverpool Dm
Sehr Louts Newcastle. . .,
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Am ship Kcapcr. . .Newcastle
Schr Golden Shore. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Hawbk IolanI New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuami, New York
Am Schr Oceania Vance,. .Newcastle, AprSu
Sthr W II Tnlbot,.. Newcastle Apr 30
88 Australia 8 F Apr 27
88 Mlowera Sydney Apr 24
SSAlamcdii Sydney Aprs 21)
Am bktu Amelia, Vuct Sound,..,.
8 8 Amarapoora Pugct 8ouud,
Am tchr Transit, 8 F,
Am bk Ceylon Pujjet Sound
Ilawbklll'ltltliet 8 F .
Am bktn Irrngard 3 K,
Am bk Fresno, Pu(;et Sound
lir ship Dalcalrnlo Astoria. Due
Orslilp II K Glade Hreiiien....,..Jnly 31
Am ship Susiiuclianna.. ..Jupiii Due
A Prediction Itlmln in IHU.'i.
The following item clipped from
au English oschansewas publish
ed in Tho Call of January 17,
A pamphlet has just boon pub
lished at Berlin by a theologian
M. Baxter which was written
with considerable erudition, nud
is boing widely read. The author
I p.otllOli ill U VI"- .I'll 1
will oi-iMir iu Anul 'JIJ Jl): S.
'1'iom now on until then," ho
says, "wo will go through another
feaiful and bitterly contested war,
in 1897, which all tho groat Eu
ropean nations will participate in.
In 1899 a now Napoleon will
make his liso as the King of 'the
Greek States and Syria.' In 1901
llttiil'llJ l..l lI.(U..Kl. ..Ill 1 HUM.
the very foundations of ourplauot,
On March 12, 11)08, on a Thursday,
nt It 1 M.ick . '-'. f.lerusalom
timttj, n;ul at L huur Yii minutes
p. 111. Berlin tiinej will take placo
tho 'ascension to heavon of tho
111,000 elected, blessed ones, who
shall not die.' "
Thcbo .prophecies, says Lo Fi
garo, havo called forth cousitlora
bio omotion "ovor tho Jlhiuo."
Thoro nro two reasons why
pooplo aro now piyiuj ear fm
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
FalnniH Grocery nnd back. Reason
1. It is the only placo on tho
Tslauds where tho celebratod Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Benson
2, After paying car faro both
ways patrons iiud thoy aro monoy
iu pocket by dealing at thi3 "livo
and let livo" establishment. AVo
also delivor goods holwoon Dia
mond Head and Moaualua freo.
Opposite lluilway depot, King
street. Tel. 705.
Has for Sulo and Lcaeo on
1. LorRo Lot, Mnklki utieot, fenood, 228
fctt liontiiBe. '
2. Lot 011 Klnau stroet between Alopni
(ind Kapiolanl atrecU 140 feet frontage.
3. Lot on Lunalllo stroet between Alapi
and Uackfold stroeta.
4. 3 large Lota on rrospect Btreot.
6. House and Lot on Green street be
tween Kapiolanl nnd Victoria.
0. The Building known nsThonWBlock.
2 stories and embracing C (rentod) stores
on leased ground,
7. Lot cornor of Klnau and Pilkol streets.
8. Bice Land at Walkane.'Koolau.
0. Lot on comer of Ueulu and Keoa
mokn Htroet, between rcHidonco of W. A.
Bowcn and lot of W. M. GifTiird, haviuE
frontago on Heulu street 2G0 feel.
,.,,?.,Lo,R.(i nn1 " wlth House, Kalis,
1 1. Hnlf Aero Lot in Ililo Town.
1. 3 Cottage on Quceu stiect uonr 1'uncL
2 3 Cottages ot Old Waikiki.
3. Storo and Dwelling, corner Wyllie
and Nuuanu, ready for occupancy.
4. Lot comer McrcLnnt uud Itickard
Properties Managed, Collec
tion of Rents, Loans Nego
tiated and Advances made on
Real Estate. .
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckel& Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box. 33!).
The ... '
Cur. Alaken & Ilulekuuwilu Sts.
Has u largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on bund.
Estimatoa givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
V srRV,'rJ --po;sr.Uy.
Real Estate Transactions.
Subscribers nro furnished with from five
to six lists jier week, giing an accurate
record of all deeds, mortgages, lenses, re
I kfh, ir.v.-rs of ittnmpv, dr , tti , wliich
mo fluted on record. Alo n list of all
district court judgments.
SuWrJjitlou I'lk", S2.00 per Month.
A V. GEAR,
210 King St, Honoluln
210 King sheet.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Houolnia.
r. PHILLIPS fe CO.,
Wholesale fuiixirters and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
l'ort and (jiifeu Ktreots,