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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, Al'ltIL 27, 1897.
THE USER AUSTRALIA
Fancy Shirt Waists,
Collars and Cuffs,
TIES GIVEN AWAY !
Skirt "Waists Fanner Pi-ice S2.0O, '
NOW SELLING AT $1.25.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 2.25,
NOW SELLING AT $1.50.
Shirt "Waists Former Price S31.50,
NOW SELLING AT $1.00.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 1.25,
NOW SELLING AT 75c.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 75c,
NOW SELLING AT 25c.
All Cnlnrs and Figures I
Given Away ! Given Away !
23T IMPORTANT To each purchaser of a Shirt Waist a Silk Tie to
match will bo given without extra charge.
Ksf SPECIAL ATTENTION A Silk Tio given to each purchaser of a
22r A FACT You get a Silk Tie for nothing if you buy a Shirt Waist,
p. Iort Street,
w ,JtS0M M IEVA? - - .Prop-
e of Fashion,
.HANV" MHUHY .1IAII1NE ULMN
The Willi Rmiiii Nnl1i-lrniinl for
Now York-tonal Shipping
Tlio Coueuolo cleared at Snu
Francisco April 19 for Mahukona.
At Ballard April 15 bark Cey
lon cleared for Honolulu.
Tlio British steamer Amaru
i)oorn Bailed for Honolulu April
HUMS Wild Swim left port
this forouoou for a cruiso in tho
Tlio ship Iroquois sails this
afternoon with a full loud of
sugar tr New York.
The btcamor Kinau was dolnyed
until noon today for tho foreign
mail and la to freight.
Two pleusuro craft aro on tho
Murine EuiLway, ouo of which in
tho crack yucht Bouuio Dundee.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 2:30
pin; high lidoBmall 1:25 am; low
tide large 7:19 a in; low tido small
Ouy Kolly, the popular purser
in tho Iutur-Islnml S N Co, is
now able to bo around again after
a short illness.
The Bhip Samaria with coal for
San Francisco was out thirty-one
days from Taconia ou April 20.
Fears that she was lost wero felt
on tho Coast.
Two apprentices in the fillip
Konilworth quarreled today, ouo
receiving a black oyo. Tho ono
who got the worst of theRcrap had
his shipmate arrosted.
Two dosorters from ouo of the
big ships about to sail for New
York wero discovered by Capt
Harry Evapa aboard tho bark
Seminolo this morning.
Tho S S Miowora left yesterday
Bhortly after G p m for British
Columbia. She took n largo pas
senger list from hero. Among
tho outgoing passongors was a
party of Hawaiian Mormons on
their way to Utah.
A fino, now whalo-boat for tho
pilots was launched this morning.
It is a pretty, staunch craft. Tho
boat was built by Balls, tho well
known boat builder. Our water
front reporter could not imagine
why tho pilots seemed so pioud
this morning, but soon "tumbled"
when told that a now boat was in
Genial Purser McCombe of tho
OSS Australia reports as fol
lows: Loft San Francisco April
20 at 2 p m with -10 cubiu and 17
Bteorogo passengers and 71 bags
mail. Experienced, tho first two
days moderato north-west winds,
thenco to port moderate to strong
trades and fine weather. Time G
days 17 hours.
Tho big Bhip Konilworth being
at Ocoanio dock taking in sugar,
the Australia was tied up at Paci
fic Mail whurf this morning on
arrival, to wait until tomorrow
morning. Tho Konilworth hauls
out in the stream this afternoon.
At Nnu I'rnuciHcu.
Arrived April 10: S S Gaelic,
G dayB 13$ hours from Honolulu.
April 11: Bk Andrew Welch, 22
dayH, bktn S G Wilder, 18 days,
Bchr Jessie Minor, 22 dayp, from
Honolulu; schr Helen N Kimball,
18 days from Kahului. April 12:
Schr Albert Meyer, 20 days from
Kahului. April 1-1: S S Aus
tralia, G dayB 18 hours from Ho
nolulu. Sailed April 11: Schr
John G North for Honoipu.
April 13: Bk Santiago for Hilo.
April.lG: Schr Transit for Ho
nolulu. April 17: Shin W II
Macy, bk S O Allon, for Houolulu;
scur Mary JJodgo lor Kahului.
April 18: Bktn S N Caatlo for
Unit from Honolulu.
ThoS FChroniole of April 15
eays: Inspector Craw brought
toara to tho eyes of many paBsen
gors ou tho Btoamor Australia yes
terday. Whon tho vessol left Ho
nolulu tho friondB of many of tho
passongera prosonted thqn with
wreaths of flowers, Tho flowora
woro so much prized that tho ro
cipionts brought thorn to this city.
Iuspootor Craw examined tho
loaves about tho iloworfl and found
on ninny of them tho rod wax
eoalo, a doutruotivo bug, Muoh
to tho diHplouBiiro of tho Indhw ho
wus compelled to tour oil tho
Iciivin and burn them. Mr Craw
notified tlm oIllcciH of tho vohhoI
that in tho future all nonquota
brought hero will bo burned.
Snino of tho passongore brought
up mango plants and ou these
also Mr Craw found tho rod wax
scale and ho destroyed all tho
plants. Tho red wax scalo haB be
came provalont in Hawaii recent
ly ouly. Throo yearB ago it was
brought from India, but no at
tempt waB mado( to oxtirpato it
and it spread rapidly.
From San Francisco, per S S
Australia, April 27- G W Baker
and wife, Miss Iiono Bakor, 0 W
Booth, wife and infant, Thos
Brown, Mrs J N Brown, Miss
Blown, A VCallaghan, O W
Callaghan, Miss Jennie Castle,
Miss Curtin, Miss Mollio Curtin,.
Alfred Erskino, F G Fisou, Geo
B Grau, Mrs 11 S Johnson,
Prof Dr A K,eh, E C
Lefliugwell, F Lowis, wifo aud
daughter, Miss Lewis. F Lincoln.
wifo aud sou, Mrs Anna
Long, F II Eemolo, Miss Bobiu
Bon, MrB Emma Saylor, Miss
Alice J Saylor, Miss Anna
Schmidt, ET Stoopol, J E Tay
lor. Mrs A G Winterhaltor. Mrs
J L M Winohill and child, Mrs A
JU jucLotnoro and child.
For Vancouver and Victoria,
por S S Miowora, April 2G Mrs
M Mauder, Wru Churchill, Gus A
Mauor, Thomas M Birnie, H
Smith, Mrs E Luce, Miss E F
Mist, Mrs L F Alvarez, Mrs O E
Pritchard, Miss S E Findor, Mrs
JT Walei houso and tho Misses
Watorhouso, Henry Moss, Mrs
J Batcholor, Harris J Batchelor,
Frank A Batcholor, John But
ledge, Charles Suproy, Mrs Alex
Moir, Mrs Sara Milne, Mrs Jane
Wilson, MrB John McKeuzio,
James G Low, W Burton, wife
and daughter, Mrs Kaauamo,
Wilder T Hatch, Oliva and three
children, Mrs Makakehao and two
ehildron, Keahi, wifo and baby,
Palikapu, wifo and four children,
Will G Farroll, William Mendon
hall and Mr and M rs W H Baird.
For Maui and Hawaii, por strar
Kinau, April 27 Volcano: W
Dennis, F H Whoelau. Way
ports: Mrs Kaleialii and child,
MrB Geo Tumor and family. E E
AdauiB, L Sovorance, W W Good
alo.CS Bradford, Jno Phillips,
E D Juukiu, Col G F Little, H P
Walton, P Pock, Mis8 Atkins, Mrs
V A Hardy, W Y Horner, Eov
S L Desha, G E Eomolo, A
Phillips, T E Walker.
Tuesdat, April 91.
S S Australia, floudlcttc, from Suu Francisco.
TUE3DAT, April 27.
II B M S Wild Swbu, Napier, for a crifUo
III Houlli bias.
Am eltlp Iroquois, Taylor, for Now York.
Stmr Kiuuliou, Thompson, for Kahuku
Btmr Ulaudlue, Cameron, for Maul.
Sttnr Kinau, Claiku, for Maul aud Ila
wall. Btmr W (1 (lull, Hnglund, for Kauai porta.
Wlnduii of n I!nnkriiitry Oniillnmi.
tlon ol u Witter Onto.
Carl du Eoi, assignoo of Mrs.
A. D. Friomaun, bankrupt, has
been discharged. Judgo Carter
allows tho assigneo to retain
811.50 balance on hand aud tho
balance of costs, amounting to
S10, for his commission. These
aums remain after the payment of
a dividend of 10.92 por cent to
Kinney & Ballon for plaintiffs
and Thurston & Stanley for do
fondants, iu tho wator controversy
of Ung Ohong Wai vb. Hooia
Agricultural Company, havo filed
a stipulation furthor continuing
the causo until October 12, undor
an agreemout that, if by reasou of
drought tho plaintiffs do not havo
sufficient .wator to irrigate tho
lands now undor cultivation by
them, tho defondants shall allow
them to tako wator from tho Kali
mukolo watorhcad for that pur
pose, without thoroby rocoguizing
tho titlo of plaintiff.
Fred Waldron has commonced
a suit for $10,000 damagos against
Lorrin A. Audrows for alleged
illegal dotontion and wrongful
examination of his olfectu on sus
pioion that ho had opium in pon
sesMiou, Paul Noiiiiiaiin and Goo,
A. Davis uio attorney for plain-
.llnrliiil II row it Int rXImttln.; n '.itc
Somo time siuco a fourteeu-ypar-old
Chinoso girl was brought
over from Kauai on a ommit
mont from a District Magistrato
adjudging hor to bo insano. Mar
bIiiiI Brown, iu viow of cortam
circumstances which camo to his
hourinp, had Superintondont Cut
tor bring tho girl to tho police
station today, where sho was exa
mined by Dr. Myers and aftor
ward taken boforo Jndqo do la
Vorgno. Tho examination was
for tho pnrposo of bringing out
certain facts which had uron re
ported to tho Marshal. On tho
testimony of Dr. Myers tho girl
Mas recommitted to tho asylum as
a hopeless idiot.
Tlio history of her case, as far
learned, is this. Whon threoyeara
of ago bIio was struck on tho houd
by her father and haB novor en
tirely lecoveied fiom tho effects
of tho blow. Sho was taken away
aud kept by frionds for a number I
of years until bIio seemed to bo
entirely woll. Somo months ago
she was returned to hor fathor
nnd since then no ono know what
had become of her. A fow Sun
days ago a uativo boy informed
the polico that ho had heard cries
coming from tho father's houso.
An investigation was mado, the
houso boing broken into. No ono
was in tho houso except the
girl, who was found locked
up in a little cupboard
which measured only 3J by 5 feet.
Tho girl had boon left from tho
night previous without food or
drink. As nearly as could bo
mado out from hor story her
father was in tho habit of leaving
her on Saturday night aud return
ing on Monday morning, never
having ovon water or provisions.
Sho could not toll how long sho
had beon kept in tho placo but sho
had novor boon out of it since first
put in. There wus no door or
opening to tho miscrablo littlo
don in which sho eked out her
miserablo existonco aud what littlo
food and water bIio was given was
passed in under one of tho boards.
When fouued sho was one mabs
of fifth and covered with vormin.
Tho poor girl preBouted a horrible
aight,while tho room in which slio
hud been confined was covered
with indescribable filth. Tho .
giro's fathor -was sout for and in a (
tit of rago upon findiag that hia
oruelty had boeu discovered as
suited tho girl with a heavy stick,
breaking her arm. For this ho
wus arreted but tho District
Magistrato only imposed a smull
fine, while ho committed the girl
to the asylum.
Dr. Myers testified that thia
systematic and horrible illtrcat
mont of the girl had reduced hor
to a stato of hopeless idiocy, fiom
which thoro was littlo or no pros
pect of recovery.
Judgo do la Vorgno Blated to tho
Bulletin reporter that this wub
by far tho worst caso of cruelly
that ho had any official kuowlodgo
of. Marshal Blown is also voiy
much worked up over tho caso aud
iu tends, to follow it up, aud tho
chances aro that tho heartless
fathor will got thut jubtice iu Ho
nolulu that ho did not get iu
LllluiiUnlniil Yot lit (he 'uillnl.
Washington, 1). C, April 11.
Ex-Qut'ou Liliuokalani reinnrug
in Washington with her suite, and
thoro aro no immediate prosprcta
ot ner leaving, biio is very socie
tivo, in groat contrast to the eurly
days of hor visit. "Duko'1 Palmer y
is Htill the samo funny little man
who ttlks muoh ami says little.
Tho Cairo Hotel pooplo huvo not
boon informed os to tho length of
hor gnicidus Majesty's stay, and
it is doubtful if the ox-Queon
herself knows how long bIio will
ho in Washington. Sho has raiido
no move yet to securo the Hawaii
Tho Wjarrimoo that is expected
hero April 10 from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
Original Book Boor for tho An
chor Saloon. Whilo there has
boon Bock Boor on tho Honolulu
markot, it does not bogin to com
pare with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will hnvo on tap aftor
tho arrival of tho Warrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that tho Bock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Book Boor in tho
States is mado at tho first of tho
year and kept till May 1. Tho con
bigumont to arrive ia somo of tho
original boor and is guarautoed to
ho bottor than any Bock over im
ported, Walt for it. It will bo k
on tan at tho Anchor after thu
uniyul of tho Wurrimoo,
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