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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 29, 1897.
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Fancy Shirt Waists,
Collars and Cuffs,
TIES GIVEN AWAY
Shirt "Waists Former Price 8B2.0O,
NOW SELLING AT $1.25.
Shirt "Waists Former Price S2.25,
NOW SELLING- AT $1.50.
Shirt Waists Former Price SB1.5G,
NOW SELLING AT $1.00.
Shirt Waists Former Price S1.25,
NOW SELLING AT 75c.
Shirt Waists Former Price 75c,
NOW SELLING AT 25c.
All CDlDrs and. Figures!
Given Away ! Given Away !
3T IMPORTANT To each purchaser of a Shirt Waist a Silk Tio to
match will bo given without extra charge.
Sr SPECIAL ATTENTION A Silk Tio given to each purchaser of a
ES" A FACT You get a Silk Tio for nothing if you buy a Shirt Waist.
Temple of Fashion,
MARINE NEWS JOTTINGS
n:r: ttoiitn op iiiiai.tii
Tho Oceanic Liner Alnmrrin Arrl
from Itio Cnlonlcn-A Hull liny
Tbo Btcnmor Xanla will Bail at
9 a in tomorrow.
S S Alameda sails for San
Francisco at -1 p m.
Charles Potorson, tho Diamoiul
Head lookout, wns iu town today,
visiting his friends. .
Tho steoiner Kuala will not go
to Lahaiua. ' Sbe will leavo for
Kahuku tomorrow at 10 o'clock.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 3:38
pin; high tidesmnll 2:-i0am; low
tide large 8:08 a in; low tidu small
A special policeman found eov
en tins of opium on tho person of
Purser Sutton of tho Alamcdn up
town today. ,,
Watorfront people wish tho
morning papor to inform thorn
when tho schooner Esther Buhne
is to leavo this port.
H. S. Aliinietlti.
Tho,S S Alameda arrived at an
early hour this morning, as usual
aftor a'ploasaut trip from tho
south. Ilor report is as follows:
Sailed from Syduoy April 12 at 5
p in; arrived at Auckland April 10
ot -1 p m; sailed from Auoklaud
April 17 at 5 p m; arrived at Apia
April 21 at 9 a m; sailed from
Apia April 21 at 4 pm; arrived at
Honolulu April 2!) at G a in.
Tho Alameda has a vory largo
list of passengers from Australia
and Now Zealand for San Francisco.
From Kauai por slmr James
Makoe, April 20 0 Koolliug.
From tho Colonies per S S
Alamoda, April 29 Earl of Arkol,
Viscount and Lady Asporon, Col
Madden, H W Maddon.
For San Francisco, por S S
Alameda, April 29 J O Hondor
eon and wifo, C J Falk, D G
Camarinos, P G Camariuoa, F H
Wednesday. April 2S.
Btmr J A Cumtnlus, Senile, from Oaliu
' TuunsiiAT. April 21).
8 S Alameda, Van Otctcndorp, from the
Btmr James Makce, Tullctt, from Kauai.
Tuuhsday, April 29.
Stmr Iwnlanl, Gregory, for Lalialna, Ho.
Btmr U'nlaleale, Parker, for Kilauca, Ka
Btmr Kaena, Wilson, for Wulalua ports.
Stmr Kauai, IlruUn, for MakauUI.
Btmr James Makec, Tullett, for Kapaa.
8 8 Alameda, Vim Oterendorp, for Sau
OAROOE8 FKOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex stmr Kaena 110 bags rlec, &U bajra taro.
Ex stmr Kaala 2U25 bags sugar, 30 bans
Ex stmr Jamrs Makec 270C bags sugar.
Eulrar J A Cummlns-700 bags suirar.
850 bas rlco. '
LONG in San Francisco, April 13. 1S37, Mrs
Itebecca 11 Long, wife of tho iateJudue
1. II Loii(f, of lierkiley, Cul, und motlier
of .Mm Mary fipaldlii of Honolulu,
I.ouU II Longnud Mrs Annie II a Inns, a
native of Pennsylvania, aged t)i years, 3
luoutlis and 0 days.
It was annouunod in tho
British Houso of Commons latoly,
in roply to a quostiou rolativo to
tho arrest and doportatiou from
Honolulu ot W. J. Criinetoun,
that tho Qovornmont proposed to
nddross tho Hawoiiau Government
on tlin Buhjuct so soon as it is
definitely ascertained that Cmus
totui is a British subject.
Madam Yulr, who latoly ar
rived from tho Coast, is located at
tho Eaglo IIoiiho, Nuiiauu street,
whoro hIiii is propurod to per
iimiioiitly romovo moles, wiirU iiiid
HiipnilluoiiB hair, by olnotriuily,
Him Iiiih iiIho for wilo an uxcollont
fiico blmitih, warranted not to in
jlllO till' rllilll, .MlldlUII Vllln inilld'H
a upouhilly of uloolilu tiuutnioiit.
Continveil from M J'tigr.
cows. Tho regulations re
quired himsolf and Dr. Monsarrat
to bo present. Dr. Monsarrat was
ill and it would bo nooessary to
appoint somoono olso temporarily.
Dr. Alvarez was asked to ropro
sont the Hoard and consonted to
act until Dr. Monsarrat recovers.
Dr. Alvarez reported that Dr.
Monsarrat had brought to him a
portion of tho lungs of tho first
tuberculous cow killed for micros
copic examination. Tho signs of
consumption wore so apparont to
tho ordinary oyo that a
microscopical tost was out of
reason. 1'ho dairyman who own -ed
tho cow should have boon glad
to pay every expense connected
with the killing of it in order to
protect tho rest of his heid. In
regard to tho valuo of such a cow
it simply had none whatever. The
quicker it was removed from tho
face of tho earth tho lottor for tho
rest of tho boviuo and human
races. So far, tho post mortem ex
amination of the cows killed had
fully coufirmod tho diagnosis of
tho tuborculiu tost and no mis
takes had been made. He had
had two specimens of the lungs
of cows killed by order of privato
parties and in both iustanco tho
miscroscopo showed tho presonco
of consumption. Thcso cases had
nothing to do with thoso boforo
tho Board but tho owner was
wealthy and wished to satis
fy hiinsolf that tho veterinary
surgeons had beou correct in
their diagnosis. Ho was satisfied
now beyond question, and his ex
perience would go far toward sat
isfying dairymou in general. If
ho might bo allowed to mako a
suggestion to tho Board it would
bo that joitious of tho lungs of
every animal destroyed bo pre
served in soaled jars and number
ed to correspond with tho entries
on tho books of tho veterinary in
spectors. In caso of dispute tho
evidence would bo at hand ot any
time. Of course thoro would bo
some mistakes made and tho courts
would probably givo judgment for
tho valuo of cattlo killed by mis
take. By preserving theso speci
mens tho Board would have al
ways on hand indisputable evi
donce as to whether a mistako had
been made or not.
Tho Board thought tho sugges
tion n good ono and ordered that
it bo adopted.
Dr. Shaw was also instructed to
bo vory particular in notifying
ownerB of tho timo and placo of
killing infected cattlo bo that they
might bo presont if they wished.
Dr. Shaw reported six moro
cattlo condemned as affected.
Thoy would bo shot this morning
by him, in tho presenco of Dr.
Alvarez and Agent Reynolds.
President Smith said he would
bo compelled to ask tho reporters
to withdraw, as the only business
to como boforo tho Board now
was nn examination into a charge
which affected tho professional
imputation of one of tho physicians
in tho employ of the Board of
It was learned afterward that
tho charge was a petty ono pre
feried against n doctor on one of
tho other ishiuds.
At Iho Hold.
Tho Government baud will play
tho following selections at tho
Hawaiian hotel this ovoning, com
mencing at 7:30:
March Manna Ken Nape
Overt uro Hleiirl Wagner
Intermezzo Caallei la ltiietlcana..Ma8cjnI
KeinliiUieuces of All N'utluua (Jodlrey
Cornet Solo Columbia Holllinon
Mr Charks Krcuter.
Fantasia Traurnblldor , Lumby u
Hill Solo: Mr Harry lubara.
March President Dole llcunolt
Waltz Jolly Fellow & VolUtaidt
ITIUs Anna Mlcltlimou,
Scranton, Pa,, April 10. Miss
Anna Dickinson, tho lecturer and
actress, has recovered n verdict of
Bix and a quarter conts from
Georgo B. Thompson, Allan Eg
gluuton, John S. Hoitmau, Gideon
Underwood nml Henry Dry don
on tho basis of claim that thoy
had brought about her mi warrant
ed incaicuiiilioii iu the Duuvillo
inmino asylum iu 1891, Miss
DiukiiiHon s suit wan originally
brought two years ago, but aftor a
tun days trial tho jury disagreed
and the cami wan continued, Hnr
claim was for five hundred dollars,
Hupnrior ImmMawt Hiiiifuign is a
Himujalty at tho Cniitral Market,
ltlnu up 101.
Wl.sr INKIA Sl'UAII.
Mournful Ilvlrtrneo Ohllilnril liy (lie
Tho Royal Commission on tho
condition of tho sugar industry in
British Guiana and tho West In
dia Islands has concluded its sit
tings in that colony, and sorao im
portant ovidonco has been obtained.
Tho testimony of tho colonists
(writestho special correspondent of
tho Glasgow Horald) has not only
Bhown that Domorara, which has
all along hold tho promior posi
tion for cauo sugar, is doomed to
extinction as a sugar-producing
colony unless Imperial assistance
is speedily forthcoming in tho
struggle against tho boot product,
but also that a genoral abandon
ment of sugar plantations in each
of tho several islands forming tho
group of tho British West Indios
must Bhortly follow for tho same
reason. Tho wholo of the ovidonco
boforo tho Commission has gono
to show that it is impossible to
cultivato canes to compete with tho
boet product at tho present low
prices ruling for sugar, and, as tho
majority of planters have boon
losing hoavily during tho paBt fow
years, their means for continuing
the etrugglo against tho subsidised
beot manufacturers aro ohausted,
and tho colonial plantor must
now rotiro in favor of his moro
favored competitor, unless tho
mother country can and will pro
tect him. Many of tho planters
who have beon holding on from
yoar to year iu the hopo of sugar
again "coming up," have beon
ruined; many estates havo boon
abaudoued and not a fow will bo
cropped within tho next few
months unless tho needed holp is
forthcoming. Formerly assist
ance was easily obtained to fiu
nuco plantations iu anticipation of
tho "noxt making," or ovon to
tido over periods whou actual
Iossob wero sustained by bad sea
sons,! etc., but now and for some
years paBt all that has boon
chaugod, and today tho sugar in
dustry in British possessions has
no credit. This has not been
brought about by any action or
neglect on tbo part of the planters
themselves, but is rather tho effect
of tho foreign bounty system,
which causes over-production and
forces tho market value of sugar
below the natural cost of produc
tion, and which system, tho colo
nists claim, has been openly en
courageded by the mother country
at the cost of sacrificing tho com
merce of hor colonios. Thou tho
fact that bounties may bo increas
ed or altered at any timo rouders
tho market vory seusitivo, and en
tirely destroys tho credit of tho
sugar industry in the British
ANUTI1KK FAST CTKAJIEK.
Undor Negotiation for (,e Cnnndl-nii-AiimrHlluu
Tho British Trade Review for
April 1 has an articlo desoriptivo
of tho addition being mado to tho
Canadian-Australian Lino, in tho
fiuely ronovated and refitted
steamor xiorangi due at Honolulu
in Juno. It concludes with tho
following intimation of a project
ed new and exceptionally swift
steamer for tho samo route: "It
is understood that C. S. Swan &
Hunter, Limited, nro making ar
rangements with Mr. Huddart for
tho building of a liner for tho
same lino of route, tho rato of
speed to bo obtained to bo in ad
vance of any passenger ship yet
built ou the Northeast coast."
Tho firm named has its works at
Wallsoud, and has refitted tho
Tho "Wnrrimoo that is expected
hero April 10 from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
Original Bock Beor for tho An
chor Saloon. While thoro haa
boon Bock Boor onj tho Honolulu
market, it does not begin to cora
paro with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will havo on tap nftor
tho arrival of tho Wnrrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that tho Jiock
that has already arrived iu too
fri-Bli. Tho Book Beor in tho
States is made at tho firut of tho
year and kept till May 1. Tho con
Higiimoiit to arrive is some of tho
original beor and is guarautood to
bo bettor than any Book evor im
ported. Wait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho Anchor aftor tho
arrival of tho Wan imoo.
Torchon and VnloiioIorinoB Iucpb
nro still iu gremt demand, L. U.
Kf'ir Iiiih a Hioloo lot, whloh Im in
aulliiig at lowest pouulblo riituu,