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EVENING BULLETIN, APBIL 30, 1897.
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Fanc3r SMrt Waists,
Collars and Cuffs,
TIES GIVEN AWAY !
Shirt Waists Former Price SB2.0O,
NOW SELLING AT $1.25.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 2.25,
NOW SELLING AT $1.50.
Shirt Waists Former Price SB1.50,
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 Cnlnrs and Figures!
Given Away ! Given Away !
' 3- IMPORTANT To each purchaser of a Shirt Waist a Silk Tie to
match will be given without extra charge. '
B- SPECIAL ATTENTION A Silk Tio given to each purchaser of a
E3 A FACT You got a Silk Tie for nothing if you buy a Shirt Waist.
Temple of Fashion,
SHIP MAGY ARRIVES
VAiuoili iiimis fiiTiii:in:n this
Anierlcnu Nrhnonrr TrmiRlt Miikci
n Vino I'nn(jo About Oilier
Vcitcla On tlio Wntcrfrout.
Kekaba Sugar Mill quit grind
Tlio trtonraor Lehun is on the
boards to lenvo at 1 p m tomor
row for Hawaii.
Tlio -1 masted sobooner Eobojt
Searles is loiiding coal at New
castle for San Francisco.
Tomorrow, liigb tide largo -1:08
p'mjuigh tide small 3:00 am; low
tide largo 8:25 a m;low tide small
The big ship Konilwortb will
sail for Now York, via Capo
Horn, noxt week. She is not
Tlio Amorican ship W H Macy,
Amesbury mastor, arrived this
morning, in ballast from San
Fraucisco. She will load for Now
York, rieasant weather was had
during tho wholo trip.
The four - masted schoonor
Alice Cooko takes a cargo of 22,
114 bags sugar, valuod at S7G,
'121.05, to San Francisco. Tho
sweet stuff is shipped by H
Hackfold & Co and F A Schaofer
Newcastle, N S W, advices of
April 9 roport 8115 tons coal for
Honolulu forwarded, and fivo
vessols in port to load about G000
tons. Ohartnrs had been con
cluded at from lis to 12s, nnd tho
former rato was tho best thou ob
tainable. Exports to San Francisco per
S S Alamoda, which sailed yestor
day, wero as follows: 7950 bags
sugar, 41 boxes bananas, 511
bunches bananas, 2 boxos plants,
7 boxes personal eirocts. Domes
tic produce was valuod at S30,G25
and foreign at 8200.
Tho Bhip Indiana, loading
sugar at Hilo, sprung a loak a
day or bo ago. Tho roport was
brought by tho steamer Lohua
this morning. Tho Indiana had
1800 tonB of sugar aboard. Tho
loak was in a butt under the cop
per, and it was thought could bo
Tho Amorican four-raastod
schoonor Transit, Jorgonson mas
tor, cauio in this morning, 13 days
from San Francisco. The skip
per says he arrived off Diamond
Head at 10 o'clock last night. For
several days tho Transit was in
company with tho ship W H
Macy. Tho S S Alameda was
passed last night Light steady
tradeswero oxperioncod throughout
As the Miknhala was coming up
to tho wharf this morning, her
propeller got foul of a rope in tho
water. A native dived down with
a sharp kuifo and cut the lino
loose. Tho rope which caused
the tioublo had been used by the
Railroad Co in moving scows
loaded with fertilizer from tho
Railroad wharf to steamers at
Inter Island wharf. One ond of
the line was tied at the Railroad
wharf and tho othor at tho steam
The steamer Mauna Loa ar
rived about one o'clock today,
having mado a flue run of fivo
hours and twonty-two minutes
from Lalmiun, including a stay of
15 minutes at Kaunakakai. Tho
stay ut Kauuakukai was mado to
tako aboard Deputy Marshal
Hitchcock and others. Fair
weather is reported along tho
route. It is said the Volcano is
smoking some of tho dopo land
ed by the smuggling schooner.
Tli Lfti-goit hteumur in tlio World.
On January 30, tho biggost ves
sel in tho world loft Bolfast. Tho
Pennsylvania, as sho is called,
was launched on Docombor 10
last, and since then thousands of
men havo beou engaged on com
pleting her for tho trade in whioh
she is to bo engaged. All the re
source of the eminent firms of
shipbuilders who designed and
constructed tho huge boat wore
taxed to mako the Pennsylvania
tho finest ship in tho world, and
anyono who has seen tho floating
town, for so it is, will roadily ad
mit that tho eudeavor has met
with oompleto success. Tho
dimensions aro very striking:
Length, 585 ft; beam, 02 ft; and
doptli from kool to awning deck
12 ft. Her displacement will bo
little short of 30,000 toiis.
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Mikaha
In, April 30 Mra Liudor and 8
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Mauna Loa, April 30 Dr J
Atchorly, wife, children and ser
vants, H II Hitchcock, R W Meyer
and wife, J Coorper, A Fernandes,
R F Lango, John Richardson, A
N Kopoikat, Daniol Qoorge, O
Haynos and wifo, A G Correa, J
W Smithies, David Kaapa and
wifo, Okia, Ah Chin, Ah Chu and
Btmr.Mlkalia'n, Thompson, (rum Kauai.
Stmr Kcttuliou, Thompson, from Knliuku.
Btmr Iichua, Njc, from tlnwult ami Maul.
Am tlilp W It Mixcy, Aimbury, from San
Am clir Trun.lt, Jorycnfen, from San
Stmr Mauna Loa, Sliucrsou, from Hawaii
and Maui. .
FntlUT. April 8i.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlc, for Ouhu
Stmr Knala, Mother, for Oaliu ports!
Am schr Alice Cooke, Fcnlialloiy; for Sin
Stmr Kllauca Hon, Wclr, for Olowalu and
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOltltOW.
Stmr Lchua, Nye, for llooolilua, Hakalau,
Ilonomu and 1'oluKumauu.
Am bk C D Uryant, Colly, for Layson Isl
and. OAIIQOE8 FROM ISLAND FOItTS.
Ex stmr Kenuuou 315U bags sugar.
Ex stmr Mlkaliala 6100 baits sugar.
Ex stmr Lcuua 2353 bag sugar.
Ex stmr Mauna Loa CsSL li.igs sugar, 81
bugs cullec, 7S bags awn, 7S bdls hides, 30
VESSELS IN I'OKT.
U 8 S Philadelphia, Cotton, San Dlcgo, April
U S S Marlon, Orcenc, San Diego, March 13.
(Coasters not (Deluded In this list.)
8 8 Australia, Ilouillettc. 8 F, April S7.
Am schr Alice Cooke, J'cuhallow, 1'ort (lam-
cmtle, April IS.
Am bktu Newsboy, Mollcstad, NowcuMle.
Am schr Wm Uowdcn, FJercm, Newcastle,
Nor bk Fortuna, Mlkkclson, Newcastle,
Ocr bk Paul lsenberg, Wullraan. Liverpool,
Am ship Keullworth, Baker, 8P, April 10.
Am bis O D Bryant, Colly, S F, April 20.
Am bk Aldeu Bcsse. Potter. 8 F, Anrll SO.
Am bk Albert, Orllllths. 8 F April IS.
Am schr Transit. Jorgcuson, S F, April 30.
Am ship V 11 Macy, Amesbury.S F,Aprll SO.
FOREIGN VF8SEL8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Where Irom Duo
Schr Louis Newcastle
Am thlpIUapcr... Newcastle
Schr (ioldcn chore. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Ilnwbk Inlanl New York .... May 31
BkNuuanu New York
Am Schr Oceania Vuuce,. .Newcastle, Apr 30
Am bktn Amelia, Puget Sound,..,,
8 8 Amarupoora,.... Puget 8ound
Am bktu 8 N Castle,... 8F
Am bkCejIou Puget Sound
llawbkKPKtthet, 8 F
Am bktn Inugard, 8 F
Am bio Fresno Puget Sound
Orshlii 11 FOIade,.... llremen July3I
Am ship Susquehanna Japan Duo
WILDER In this city, April 30, to Mr and
Mrs 8 O Wilder, u daughter.
Tho "Warrimoo that is expected
boro April 1G from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
Original Bock Beor for the An
chor Saloon. "While tburo has
boon Bock Beor on tho Honolulu
markot, it does not bogin to com
pare with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will havo on tap after
tho arrival of tho "Warrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that tho Bock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Book Beor in tho
States is made at tho first of tho
year and kopt till May 1. Tho con
signment to arrive is somo of tho
original beor aud is guaranteed to
bo bottor than any Bock over im
ported. Wait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho Anchor after tho
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
A VOICE FItOM TIHi BLEACHERS.
Local interest In the cricket games
as reflected from tho "bleachers" is In
creasing. Durlnp Saturday's games
the "bleachers" were particularly vo
ciferous and kept tho players under a
running tire of good natured banter.
One small boy brought down tho
crowd by advising tho batsman to "go
buy a case of Rainier Beer and get
somo life in you." The crowd applaud,
cd the remark, knowing that Rainier
Beer is celebrated for iti laviforatlng
and strength-giving propensities.
On tap or In bottles at the Criterion.
The Evening tiullctin, 75 cents
This is a serious question,
ono at which somo folks take
oftbtiBo, yet salesmen are under
tho necessity of asking it.
Somo folks deal near homo,
settle infrequently, nover in
vestigate to see whether thoy
pay more thnn they should and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over due. If you don't
care what tho family expenses
arc it's a poor way to do if you
want to leave your children in
allluent circumstances ' when
you aro gone. Now it js quito
an advantage to havo an opon
account at a well-known house,
who can execute your order
promptly. Often norsons sav
thoy don't want an account and
'...:n :.. e .1 -r. .
wm puy 111 u iuy uays. Jiuc
,wo cannot keep memoranda of
charges; it isn't safo 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 trade con
sists of the luxuries and deli
cacies from overy civilized na
tion. Send for our catalogue
and prices and note the variety
ollbred. Telephone us 240.
Wo supply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
and exporters of table luxuries,
wholesalers and retailers, con
tractors to tho U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and othor na
tions' Men-of-war on tho Paci
DELIVERIES MADE AS FOLLOWS;
Xuuunu Volley, Kallhl and Plniui
dully 10:30a m and 2:30 1. jr.
Wnlkikl Mondays and Tiiiir-diiys
U6T" Mail orders promptly
Lewis & Co.,
Wo have just received a lino
of GRASS LINENS ofEX
TREMELY FINE QUAL
ITY and aro safo in saying:
thoy aro tho finpst ovor im
is much superior to silk in
appearanco and thore is no
comparison whatovor in tho
woar. Wo have thom in
White and Colors
L L GAN
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR Till! ABOVE TOUT ON
Wednesday, May Jth,
AT 4 O'CLOCK V. M.
Tho umlcrsicuod aro now nropnrod to
Iasuo Through TiokoU from thlB City to all
poiutx In tlio United Btntof).
JTor further particulurtf regarding
Freight or 1'iiHsngo, tipply to
Wm. a.IItWlN&Co., L'i),
J95-8t Qcnoral Aleuts,