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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 24, 1897.
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"AND STILL THEY COME"
People Know a G-ood Thine
"When Thev See It!
THAT CLOSING OUT SALE
Temple of Fashi
HAS PROVEN TO BE THE
Biggest Bargain Sale Ever Offered in Honolulu
25 Percent Discount
. On the Actual Cost!
This Means 50 Percent Less Than You Pay Elsewhere !
Tlie Stock Must Be Closed Out Regard
less of Our Loss !
25 Percent Discount on the ctual Cost.
S3? You can got any piece of goods in tho store at this discount.
This discount applies to all lines.
Advertising a single leador in order to draw a crowd and then sell other
cheap goods at a big profit don't go in this store.
g37 Every article in my stock is a leader and you are allowed a reduction of 25
per cent, on actual cost.
EST. Everything marked in plain figures.
B3T Don't got mixed. The TemTle of "Pnsllion is the only
place in Honolulu where you can get good quality for a little money. Yours for
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
MARINE HEWS K0TE8
the sn:A.m:it kinmj i'huu Ha
waii AND PIAVI.
Tho I'otrcl Nulla Other Ittma
Matliereil Along the Pocka
ml e. siilttb.
Tho U 8 8 Petrol sailed this
morning for Yokohama.
Tho bnrk Albert and barkontino
Archor nro loading.
Captain Mickkolson of tho
Fortuna will givo a boating party
Tomorrow, high tide largo ....
pm; high tide small 0:20 pm; low
tido largo 5:47 am; low tide small
Tho Kanla will loavo on Mon-
tiny at 9 am for Kahuku and
Punnluu, and tho Kaeua at tho
some timo for Waialua ports.
Tlio bark Sorainolo will likely
sail on Monday for tho Sound, in
ballast. Mato Trim likes our
climate, and may return soino day
Tho ofiicors of tho U S S Mari
on hold a reception aboard their
vcbsoI yoatorday afternoon. A
large number of society people
An item in tho Advortiser this
morning to tho offoot that BL G
Morso had taken tho positiou of
marine reporter on tho Bulletin
in incorrect. Tho "irrepressible"
is still tho marine scribe. Mr
Morso will shortly return to tho
HUMS Wild Swan will
leavo tomorrow or Monday for a
cruiso in tho South Seas, calling
at Fanning Island, Palmyra Isl
mid, Christmas Island, Pitcairn
Island and other places. Sho
will probably return to Honolulu
inside of two mouths.
Some of tho "boys" aboard tho
James Mukoo woro so elated ovor
tho fact that they arrived in timo
to spond Saturday and Sunday
aBhoro that they played a jolly
joke. Tho jokers started a report
that ono of thoir shipmates had
been badly hurt, and had boon
removed to the hospital. A young
man who leoks after sugar on tho
waterfront hearing tho roport,
wont up town and spread it to tho
winds, bolieving it to bo quite
straight. When ho returned to tho
wharf and found that it was all a
hoax, ho folt sore. Ho nover
From Kauai, per stmr James
Mitkee, April 21 P T Phillips
and 4 deck.
From Molokai, Maui and Lanai,
per stmr Mokolii, April 21 Mr
and Mrs W Auld and 2 children,
and G dock.
From Hawaii and Maui, per
ptmr Kinau, April 21 Volcano:
Howard Hitchcock, Miss J Tanor,
Miss Newell, Miss L L Gliaf
ft'p, R D Jenkins, E L Fitzgerald,
E M Greou, J F Brown, W H
Hoogs, Mrs Avery, Mrs Harrison.
Way ports: L 0 Lyman, 0 S
DpMky, W W Goodale, J A 8cott,
P Peck, E Wery and daughter,
Mrs M .Milup, Miss Annie Parke,
T Wolff, H Smith, Mrs A Moir,
J G Low, F Scott, H P Walton,
Mrs H L Achilles and 3 children,
W Lutiz, 0 L Browu, H M
Whitney Jr, Geo Robertson,
Judo W A Whiting, Samuel
Parker, Godfroy Hrown, 0 J
Fit Ik, S Mahuka, wifo and child,
Mrs Pritchard, Miss J Bond, Miss
L Doiru, Miss M R Forbes, L IS
Aiuflworth, wife and child, Mrs
Ah Fook, child and sorvant, II 0
Hong, S Ah Mi, E J.diusou, Rev
II Kihaia and (12 deck pussongors.
Fhiiuy, April 23.
Stmr Mokolii, lleiinctt, frum Molokai,
Maul ufiil Lanul.
Batuhiiat, April, 81,
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii and
ritmr James Mukee, Tullctt, from Kauai,
Stmr Kaeua, Wilson, frum ports on
Satiiriut, April Si.
VJ S 8 1'utrcl, Wond, for C'lilna nation.
Stmr Wttlalcale, l'drkur, for Kllauca.
OAIiaOES FROM ISLAND TOriTS.
Ex almr Kinau 11,828 tki sugar, 170 ila
potatoes, let) tkk corn, 178 koa boards, 7
bonis, UM lildvi, 175 tiki; sundries.
Ex stmr Jumua MaLte 205'J bags sugar,
117 lulls hltlen.
rx t in r Kncim 515 tags sugar, 120 bags
Kx stmr Mokolii 770 bags sugar,
IHrccinrnto of Ach'Iuoii Olvo n
I'xrlf tu Iho Wiirlicri,
Tho beautiful Child Gaidon on
Borotania Stroot was tho sotting
for many pleasant groups yaster-
dny afternoon. Tho ofiicors of
tho Froo Kindorgurten Associa
tion recoived those who aro carry
ing on thoir work in tho various
kindorgartens, and tho committees
who suporviso that work. Tho
building londs itself easily to
decoration, and tho drooping
branches of tho giuceful popper
tree gavo a festive appearance tu
tho room, whioh was also bright
ened by flowors. MrB. C. M. Hydo,
Mrs. T. It. Walker, Mrs. S. M.
Damon and Miss Margaret IIop
por received tho guests, who woro
thou prosontod to tho mumbors of
tho training olass and to tho other
oflioial members of tho Association.
Tho Indies hud folt v ry strongly
that sumo social reognitiou
should bo accorded to thoir touch
ers, who woro working so faithful
ly to further tho outls of the As
sociation. Accordingly, tho en
deavor was inado to introduce
every commlttoo woman to evory
Refreshments woro sorvod from
tho spacious lanai by chaiming
waitresses in thoir muslin gowns,
Bossio Hoppor, Daisy and Jttliotte
Cooko and Margaret Petorsou.
Although the cards werosout onl
to tho touchers, thn graduated of
tho training school and thoso
oflicially connected with tho
Board of Supervisors at any timo,
mora thun uinoty invitations were
Tho Training School was ropro
sentod by tho Director, Miss
Liwrenco; its graduates, Miss
Pires, Mios Aikuo, Mise NolHo
Kahuiln, Miss Ella Thrum, Mrs.
Mildrod Kinnoy Wells, Miss
Oarolino Snow and Mrs. Tarbcll,
and by tho following students:
Miss Carrio Bray, Miss Hnttio
Ayau, Miss Anuio Forbes, Miss
Muhol Gilbert, Miss Fui Jiu, Miss
Hnpo Kinnoy, Miss Violet Lima,
Miss Jessio Noill, Miss Linda Par
monter, Miss Cathorine Scritngor,
Miss Mury Seoug, Mrs. So, Miss
Schmidt, Mips Morris, Miss
Thrum, Miss Sloggott, Miss Kel
logg, Miss Huzel Jennings. Miss
Bttckoy, of the Pulamn Kindorgur
ten, una Miss Alexander woro
also present, as were nourly all
tho mombers of the Board of
ICrplIon ou (he Marlon.
Tho TJ. S. S. Marion was beau
tifully decorated yesterday after
noon, tho occasion being a recep
tion given by tho captain and ofli
cers. Tho band from tho Phila
delphia, also the Quintotto olub,
played for dancing, which was
kept up till six o'clock, aftor which
supper was served.
Among thoso who woro present
woro Mrs Gunn, Mrs Wight, tho
Misses Kitchon, Miss Damon, Mrs
Widdifield, tho Misses Widdi
field, Mrs McGrow, Mrs Higgins,
Mrs Ghus Potter, tho Misses
Afoug, Miss King, Miss Angus,
Miss Grace, Mrs Focko, Mrs
Ponnhallow, Mrs McKeo, Miss
Dowsett, Miss Roth, Miss Vida,
tho Misses Cornwall, Miss Fuller,
Miss Campbell, Miss Lauders,
Miss Palmer, Mrs Lansing, Miss
Buckie, Miss Mooro, Mrs A B lug
alls, Mrs Hutchinson, Mihs Tuseu
Jones; Bert Peterson, Ohas K
Hyde, Capt Chis Potter, Dr Mau
sarratt A H Norton, A J Hen
riqnos, E Henriques, Mr Itiiuie,
W H Babbitt, Piof A B lngalls,
C H Brown, Consul General
Mills, O S Holloway, J C Hen
derson, and a number of others.
AT IUAKi:i: INLAND.
I'rournm fur IIki (lunci'it to ho
llttiidereil rumorruu' Alivriitxin,
Tho following selections havo
been mado by Professor Borgor
for tho concort at Makea Island
tomorrow aftornoon, commencing
at 3 o'clook:
The Old Hundred.
Festival March I'rcddeut Dole
Ovtrtnrc Ivun (Junterno
Oaiotto Dodo Duel;
Urand Belectlou Mai tha Flototv
Overture Hit nzl (new ) , . . . . U'nxncr
l.argo Xerxes Humid
Coruet eolo Love's Old dwect Soug ...Moll)
Mr, CUarlts Kreutcr.
Finale Awakening ot thu Lion KontzM
This is a serious question,
one at which some folks take
offense, yet salesmen are under
tho necessity of asking it.
Some folks deal near homo,
scttlo infrequently, nover in
vestigate to see whether they
pay moro than they should and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over due. If you don't
care what tho family expenses
aro it's a poor way to do if you
want to leave your children in
aflluent circumstances wheu
you aro gone. Now it is quito
an advantage to have an open
account at a well-known house, '
who can execute your order
promptly. Often persons say
they don't want an account and
will pay in a few days. But
we cannot keep memoranda of
charges; it isn't safe or good
business. Tho stock found in
ordinary stores is usually stale,
uninviting and inferior, while
tho stock in our store is turned
so frequently and so caiefully
watched that it is at all times
fresh. Our stock in trado con
sists of the luxuries and deli
cacies from every civilized na
tion. Send for our catalogue
and prices and noto tho variety '
offered. Telephone us 240.
We supply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
and exportors of table luxuries,
wholesalers and retailers con
tractors to tho U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and other na
tions' Men-of-war on the Paci
DELIVERIES MADE AS FOLLOWS :
Ntitmnu Valley, Knllhl ami Plnltn
dully 10:30 A M uml 2:30 i. si.
Walktkl Mondays and Thur-tly
2.301'. r. ,,'
JJET Mail orders promptly 1
Superior broakfast sausago is'a
opooialty at tho Coutral Markot.
Ring up 101.
Lewis & Co.,
We havo just received a lino
of GRASS LINENS ofEX
TREMELY FINE QUAL
ITY and aro safo in sayiug
they aro tho finest over im
is much superior to silk- iu
appenranco and there is n)
comparison whatever in tha
wear. We have them in
White and Colors
L L GAW
San Francisco and Yoko
The First Steamer
Of llie Hbovo lino will be tine from
Kobe, Juuu, ou or uliout thu
30th OH1 A.PKIL
Anil will have tllapatoh (or Sau
5T For particulars, Inrjulro of
G. E. BOARDMAN,
Evening Bulletin 75c per month,
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