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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 2G, 1897.
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MARINE KEV8 KOTES
vauiou.h i'i: on i rt: .ti VTrr.ns.
fancy Shirt Waists,
Collars and Cuffs,
WITH TIES TO MATCH.
Shirt "Waists Former Price $2.00,
NOW SELLING- AT $1.25.
Sliirt "Waists Former Price 2.25,
NOW SELLING- AT $1.50.
Shirt "Waists Former Price S1.50,
v NOW SELLING- AT $1.G0.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 1.25,
1 NOW SELLING- AT 75c.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 75c,
NOW SELLING- AT 25c.
All Colors and FigurES?
Given Away ! Given Away !
2T IMPORTANT To each purchaser of a Shirt Wnist a Silk Tie to
match will bo given without extra charge.
tty SPECIAL ATTENTION A Silk Tio given to each purchaser of a
g" A FACT You get n Silk Tio for nothing if you buy a Shirt Waist.
Temple of Fashion,
THE O. A. N. 8. MIOWKKA All
j JUVE8 TIIIH JtlOUNlXU.
M- G. SICVAf
Uermuu Hark Paul Iseiibcrtf from
Liverpool! Ionic Oilier New
(lathered Aloag Ibe Dock.
S S Miowera sails at 5 p m.
Tho barkentino Newsboy is
rapidly discharging coal at Fort
Oceania dock is still blocked
wnii sugar. The S. S. Australia
is duo tomorrow.
H B M S Wild Swan will prob
ably await tho arrival of tho S S
Tho schoonor Alice Cooko will
sail for tho Coast with a full load
of sugar about tho ond of tho
Tomorrow, high tide largo 1:5-1
pmjhigh tidesmall 0:15 am; low
tido largo G:17 a m; low tido small
Captain Harry Evans, tho
vigilant harbor policeman, cap
tiTf two dosortoro from tho Iro
quois at Waialao on Saturday.
One from the Konilworth was
caught yesterday at Ewa.
Tho Gorman bark Paul Ison
berg arrived yesterday, 10D days
from Liverpool. She brought
about 1-100 tons of general mer
clininii"", consignrd to H Hack
fold & Co. She will dischurgo at
Nuuanu street wharf.
. Tho steamer Likoliko is no
more. She line gone to pieces on
the cruol rocks off Houoipu, Ko
linla, on tho island of "Hawaii,
.'ino struck about 10 o'clock last
Friday night. About 300 bags of
sugar, a smnll amount of other
freight, and donkey engines, gear,
etc., were saved. Tho captain
and crew arrived hero this morn
ing in tho stoamor Iwalani.
S, 8. Mlcmerii.
Tho RMS Miowera, Chas W
Hay commander, left Sydney
"?! 11 at 1 p m; and experienced
fino weather to Suva, which was
uccfctd on tho 17th. Left Suva
at 1:15 p m sumo day, clearing
tuo Fiji Group 8 a tu the follow
iugduj. Puboud Mui Ibluud ut
u ou on April 20. S S Warri
moo was signaled at C p m on the
2lst. All woll. Suoug N E
trades accompanied by high seas
woro then mot, retarding tho
chip's speed somowhat. Weather
improved on Sunday, the 25tu,
continuing Quo to Honolulu,
which was reached at daylight
Tho Miowera brought no pas
sengers for Honolulu, but has a
largo number in transit.
From Kauai, por stmr "W G
Hall, April 25-E D Tonney,
Wray Taylor, R WT Purvis, M
U Monsarrat, W A Wall, V Bor
lowitz, Miss Grau, MisB L Felix,
Miss M Muller, Miss A Kollner,
Master Kellnor, F W Carter and
oi, cl Ktfllner and wife, F Pahl
and wife, H Wolters, Mrs M
Kohlor, Mrs Ng Chan, Tai Long,
Hi"1! -i'i on deck.
From Maui, por stmr Olaudine,
April 25-0 B AVells, Brother
ueriram, ,i a Aicuauuiess. miss U
Paleoki, F Waldron, J S Garnott,
A N Kopoikai, N W Aluli, J H
Hi .irwtt, W J Stoddnrt, J Morse,
F ( cliouc, lis-i WnugLiouK,
O 1' Wilder, SG "Wilder, Captain
lpseu, M F Cunningham, wifo
and seven children, Mrs Kina
Knliooilimoku, Chang CUing,
.MrH'Awaua, Miss Julia A Katioa,
L M Vetlnsen, J M Dowsett, A
Enos and wife, H P Baldwin, J
P Cooke, E HF Woltor, W Y
Horner, F C Clark, R D Mollor,
T W LiHlitnan, Nellie Koli, J B
Pakole, William Keo and 12 on
From Hawaii, poretrar Iwalani,
April 2GG Angus, W Stanloy,
Oitpi fcaeho, H Swiutou, 0 Fliuu,
.T Little, H Kallstrom, G Bromly
and 23 deck passougors.
n imini..,. t ,
Iiiilullod at Kittiuiiikuitlll.
Yesterday morning Rov. E. S,
Timoteo was duly inslalled as
puslor of tho Kuumukapili church,
a mimbor of visiting clorgy being
prf.-neut. Rov. Dr. Hydo led in
pray or, Rov. J. M. Essora of Ewa
dolfverod tho oliargo to tho pastor,
Rov. J. Kokuhuiia of Wuianao
,. bed U installation Buruum
and Rev. O. II. auliulc addressed
Sundit, April 25.
"ficlir Ka Mol, Irom Paaullo.
Ocr Ik Pul lsenbcrc Wullman, from
8tmr Claiifllne, Cameron, from porti on
Stmr W O Hall, Ilaglund, from ports on
Stmr J A Cummlni, Scailc, from Oahu
Stmr Kcaubou, Thompson, from Kauai.
1 Monday, April 20.
8 8 Mlowcra, Hay, from the Colonics, via
Stmr Iwalani, Gregory, from Hawaii.
Mokdat, April 20.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for Makawcll,
Stmr James Makcc, Tullctt, for Kapaa.
Stmr Kaala, Moilicr, for Oalm ports.
Stmr Kacnn, Wilson, for Walalua ports,
Stmr Mokolll, Bennett, for Molokal, Maul
and l.nnal. '
8 8 Miowera, liny, for Victoria and Van
couver. Stmr J A Cummins, 8earle, for Oahu
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr Klnau, Clatkc, for Maul and Ha
waii. Btnr W G Hall, llaglund, for Kauai ports.
OAKOOES FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Ex stmr Claudlne -GS13 bass suar, 17?
bags potatoes, 1H bs com.O'J lings, II horses,
40 head cattle, 4G hides and IuO pkj;s sundries.
Ex stmr Keauhou 2120 bays sugar.
Ex stmr W O Hall-4723 bass UKar, 12
bass pla, 10 bdls hides, and 34 pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr Iwalani MCI bass sugar.
Lx ibr Ku Mol JUS.) baj;. BUar.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 1310 bjs sugar.
VESSELS IN TOUT.
II II M 8 Wlldswnn, Napier, Kauai, April 10.
U S d Philadelphia, Cotton, 6un Dlio, April
U 8 8 Petrel, Wood, 8 F, April 13.
VtiH Marlon, Greene, tfau Dleo, March 13.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ship Iroquois, Taylor, San Francisco,
Am schr Alice Cooke, l'cuhallow, Port Uam-
catlc, April 12.
Am bk -cinlmile, Wccdon, Newcastle, Apr 5.
Am bktn Newsboy, Mollestad, Newcastle,
Am sclir Wm Uoudcn, FJcrcm, Newcastle,
Nor bk Fortun.i, Mlkkelson, Newcastle,
Ocr bk Paul lscnbcrg, Wullman, Liverpool,
Am ship Keullworih, Dakcr, SF, April 1U.
Am bktn Archer, Calhoun, 8 F, April 20.
Am bk U D Dryunt. (Jolly. S F, April 20.
AM bk Allien Uitoi, Puller, 3 F, April -0.
Am bk- Albert, nrlllllln, S F April 18.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Duo
NIc bk Dominion Newcastle Dne
Schr Louts Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Am ship Reaper... Newcustlo
Schr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuauu, Sew York
Am Schr Oceania Vance,.. Newcastle, Apr 33
tckr W II Talbot,. .Newcastle Apr 30
Sd Australia 8 K Apr 27
d 3 Alameda Sydney Apt? '-"J
Am bklu Amelia, Pugct Sound
S 8 Araaraioora,,..,Put;et Sound,.,....
Am schr Transit S F,
Am bktn 8 N Castle,... SF
Am bk Ceylon, l'unet Sound
Haw bk It P Rlthet, 8 F
Am bktn Irmsurd, S F,
Am bk Frcno PnaeJ Sound
Br ship D.ilcahnle Astoria, Due
Or ship ii FUladc Bremen July 31
Am ship Susquehanna Japan Due
GUERRERO-KANAMU In this city, at the
Catholic Cathedral, April 2J,l"97,.Mlcucl
Guerrero to Annie Kuimuiu, both of 'this
Motion Tor Ckmiifo or Vrnuo I'loso or
I'Jrctmcnt dine. x
Judgo Carter this morning ap
proved tho accounts of H.A.Wido
inann, guardian of tho Borgor
minors, and granted him authori
ty to expend part of tho principal
for paying tho oxpouses of send
ing C. O. Bergor to tho United
States and his maintenance in that
Gilbort F. Little, attorney for
defendants in the cause of Kea
liilaka ot al. vs. Mama Pila and
husband, has filed a motion for
change of vonuo from tho First to
tho Third Circuit Court. Tho
ground is that all of the parties
live on tho Island of Hawaii.
Judgo Porry has appointod W.
W. Goodalo administrator of tho
ostato of his lato fathor, Warron
Goodalo, undor SGOOO bond. D.
U. Caso for potitionor.
Emma N. Mahelona petitions
to bo appointed administratrix of
tho ostato of Samuol Maholoua,
her lato husband, which is valued
at $-1000 aud includes a homestead
on King street.
Judge Porry heard tho petitions
for approval of various guardian
ship accounts of J. A. Magoon
this morning. Ho referred them '
to the dorks to chock tho vouchers,
excepting tho accounts of tho
ostato of Robccca H. Panoo, a
spendthrift, which woro referred
to J. A. Thompson as mastor for
Judgo Porry has signed an
ordor dismissing a petition for tho
removal of Abr. Fornaudoss as ex
ecutor of tho estate of tho lato
A. Robs, attornoy for plaintiffs,
has filed a receipt of possession in
tho ejoctment case of J. K. Smytho
ot al. vs. llakuolo ot al., and Mar
shal Brown has mado roturn of
tho writ of possession with costs of,
Tho "Warrimoo that is expected
hero April 10 from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
Origiuol Bock Beer for tho An
chor Saloon. While there has
boon Bock Beer ou tho Honolulu
market, it does not begin to com
pare with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will have ou tap after
the arrival of the Warriuioo. The
reason fortius is that tho Book
that has already arrived is too
fri'6h. The Book Beer in tho
States is made at tho first of tho
year aud kept till May 1, The con-
air.nnimif In nrrivn ia anniA nF' HinM
U.U...U..V .V. ...1W U WW.MW W.. ..Wt
original beor and is guarautocd to
bo bottor than aiiy Book ovor im
ported. AVuit for it. It will bo
on tup at tho Anchor after tho
arrival of tho Warritnoo.
VuidU ThIii Muter.
Robert L. Scott has received
advices by tho Miowera that tho
Yuidid Twin oiot.-ra will nut bo
hero uutil tho arrival of tho Mari
posa ou May 27. This is a grout
disappniutineut, as tho Amuso
mout Company had all arrango
motitu mado for their arrival by
tho Alameda next Thursday.
Frank Lincoln, tho American
liiiinomt who is oxpenlod by tho
Aiitttfnliii tomorrow, will have tliu
whole Hold to liiiuuulf,
Moil by Ilia Hrlllili Nary Visitor ly
ii Nnrrow niiirnln.
An oxcollont game of oriokot
was tho ono between H. B. M. S.
Wild Swan and Honolulu on Sat
urday aftornoon. Thero was
largo gathering of spectators, in
cluding Commissioner Huwea,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Swauzy, Mis.
Tonney, offlcors of tho Wild Swan
and other promiuent ppoplo. Re
freshments of fino quality, includ
ing hot toa and coffoo,wero sorvod,
Mrs. Swanzy being in ohargo of
the arrangements. Tho score of
tho matoh is hero givon:
H Vincent 21
Dr Murray 2
J HCatton, Jr 0
A R Hatfield 1
AM Howitt 10
O St John Gilbort 3
Clivo Davies.' 0
F Davey : G
R A Jordan 7
J Lycett 7
ExtraB ' 6
H. 11. SI. 8. WILD SWAN.
Mr Dsborno 0
Mr Ward. i 0
Lieutenant OhuVoh 13
Mr Milligan 1
Dr Marriott , 9
Captain Napior 8
Mr Gaisford 21
Lieuteuuut Sladen....' 1
Mr Smith G
Mr Stundun 2
Mr Lano 3
Thero aro two reasons why
people aro now paying car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Palama Grocory and back. Reason
1. It is tho only placo on tho
Islands whoro tho colobratod Sul
vation Army toa is sold. Roasou
2. Aftor paying "car faro both
wayB patrons fum tboy aro nionoy
in pnoket by doalin", at this "livo
and lot livo" ostubhshmout. Wo
uloo dcliur goutlo lulu fuu Dia
mond Head aud Moaualun frco.
Opposlto Railway dopot, King
atroot. Tol. 755.
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by ovnry mall Htoam
or for L, J), Kerr, llo hbIIu a binulo
yuul ut wholooulo inlcoa,