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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 1,
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Fancy Shirt Waists,
Collars and Cuffs,
TIES GIVEN. AWAY !
Shirt "Waists Former Price 2.00,
NOW SELLING AT $1.25.
fcShirt "Waists Former Price
NOW SELLING AT $1.50.
NOW SELLING AT $1.00.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 1.25,
NOW SELLING AT 75c.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 75c,
NOW SELLING AT 25c.
Mil CnlDrs and FigurEs I
Given Away ! Given Away
' 5 TMPOHTANT To cncli purchaser
match will bo given without extra charge.
of a Shirt Wuist a Silk Tie to
ATTENTION A Silk Tie given to eacli purchaser of a
JJ2 A FACT You 'get a Silk Tio for nothing if you buy a Shirt "Waist.
MORE VESSELS ARRIVE
NciiooM:it TAi.no r iwii.ngs wtsr-
VurloiiH I'rcih iUm-liie fHi Xolen
1'lclioil l' loln rim llnrk
C. D. Ilrjanl.
M. G. BTHVA,
Eleolo will bo through grinding
Tho Holono leaves nt 4 p m for
Hilb nnd other Hawaii ports.
Tbo baby steamer Knena will
leavo nt 9 a m Monday for Wnia
A lot of stuff saved from the
wrecked Likelike was put up at
Forty - seven CbineBO, brought
bore in tbo S S Doric," bavo beon
released from Quarantine.
Tho steamor Noeau reports very
ymif.li tvnii f lwii nl.wiit II fi nyn li,n
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const, the Iwalani being unable to
Tomorrow, high tide largo 4:38
pm; high tide small 3:20 am; low
tide largo 8:45 a m;low tide small
Tbo bark It P JRitbet is probab
ly on her way horo from tbo Coast.
She was to have left port a couplo
of days after the Allan.
A big pumping plant for Kahu
ku has been lami"d from tbo S S
Australia. It will be taken to Ka
huku in island steamers next
Tbo schooner Transit has dis
charged all her froight from tbo
Coast, and is now loading sugar
for tho roturu trip. She is having
quick dispatch this trip.
Mr. James Lylo leaves for Hilo
in tbo steamer Holeuo today. lie
takes with bim a diver and assist
ants with apparatus. They will
attend to the leak found in tbo
ship Indiana a few days ago.
Tho barkeutiuo S N Castlo,Cap
tain Hubbard, camo in this morn
ing, 12 days from tbo Golden
Gate. Tho skippor reports strong
steady winds during most of tho
trip, but light breezes woro bad
during the last four days. Tho
Castlo has about 800 tons of gen
Tho bark S 0 Allen, Johnson
master, arrived this morning, 13J
days from San Francisco. Tlio
skipper reports fino weather with
steady trados the whole way. Tbo
Allon was in company with tho
W H Macy and 8 N Castlo during
tbo voyage. Sho brought about
800 tons of general merchandise.
A fine thoroughbred horso for
Captain Cluney was brought down
on deck. It is said he is a racer,
and will bo seen on the track in
The American four - masted
Boboonor W. H. Talbot, Wm. G.
Bluhm master, arrived this morn
ing. Tho Talbot is 55 days from
Westport, New Zealand, with 1284
tons of coal for Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. Contrary winds
wore met with nearly tho whole
passuge. There are two stowaways
uhoard. This is the liist cargo of
coal imported direct from West
pot t to Honolulu. Tho bark Gains
luirouglf now tho Diamond Head
was on her way to San Francis
co with Westoort coal when wreck-
ed at Diamond Head last year.
Howdeii'K Patent Nea ffleMriiger.
Tiuie is at prosout on view at
tbo oflico of the China Trader's
ltiBur.uico Company, Limited,
Pilt-stuot, an invention known ns
"Bowden's I'm tent Sea Messenger,"
roiihtruatfd with the object of
convoking information of wrooks
or dieiistors happening to vts-els
nt sea to tliopo interest) d ou laud.
The ' sea raessongor" is of a foim
analngous to tho model of a vosol,
ard ib of iIih following dimensions:
Length. 2ft. 2in.;broidtb GJ'n.;
and depth, (5jin. In tbo siom of
the bo it is serowod a brass cylin
der, with double screw caps, to
lender it nbsolntoly impirvious to
watir This cylinder oont.iiri'Mi
Hiunll rod, iiiound winch tho inoa
MHgo is rolled. Tho "Ra mes
ponger' is made of solid wood,
mid is? ontirely covered with
Muntz's ytllnw metal, which on
hWeis the doulilo purpose of pro
tecting the vioud uhon in the water
and ii during tho messenger oou
spiomus, an tho metal when
bi ghtouidup will r- fleet tbosiuiV
in), and bo a conspicuous olijucl
fur mles. Upon tdo droit, wllicli
ihuiys ilouts nn inch hIiovo the
water, is a brass plate, with in-
iihCiiptiou "WliO'Ver fi d this
boat "look in the stem tubo fur uu
iibitriict log, which ploneo for
wind to Lloyds Uoilerwritois' ,
London." The bo.it is mutably
biillast) d lo preont capsizing, and
is of sulHcient strength to with
stand boing washed on a rooky
shore. This invention, Mr. Mit
chell, manager of China Tra
der's Company, oxplainod, would
be a great improvement on tho
hitherto unreliable bottle, which
was the usual rosourco of those at
sea desirous of communicating
r.oivs of disaster to the shore.
Captain M. H. Howdcn, of Enst
bourno, is tho iuvontor.
From San Francisco, por bktn
S N Castlo, May 1 Messrs Hinck
loy and Mumford.
From San Fraucisco, per bk S
0 Alle"n, Moy 1 Mr Wosburue.
From Kauai, por stmr James
Makeo, May 1 Col Spalding and
G deck pasBPUgers.
SHIPPING , INTELLIGENCE.
8.1TCIUUT, May 1,
Dennett, from Molokal,
Wilton, from ports on
Maul nnil Lsnal,
Btrar JnmcB MaKee, Tullctt, from Kauai.
fttmr Nocau, l'eteron, from Hawaii.
Sclir Luka Irom l'aaullo.
Am clit W II Talbot, Uluhm, from Weft
port. Am bktn S N Castle, Unbbaril, from Son
Am bk 8 C Allen, Johnson, from San Krau-cluco.
Satuhiuy, May 1,
Am bk C D Bryant, Colly, for L.iyon lal
dtmr I.clma, Nye, for HonoWina, HaUalau,
Honumu und I'olniKuinanu, '
titnir lli'line, trivmnu, lor Mawall.
Stmr.Mikuh.ila, riioinison, for Lalialna.
OARQOES FROM ISLAND rORTd.
Ex tmr Kaena 000 bags suicar.
Kx scbr I.uka 15GU baa sui;ar.
Kx utrarNiieau .S43 bogs auRar.
Kx stmr Jome Makce Jfi50 Iiir ujrnr.
Ex stmr Mokolll .VK. bats eUKriir, 1M bags
taro, Vti simp, in lambs.
Adrmico to Oulioo l'liuitcrs by n.
Tbo following items aro from
tho Hilo Tribuno of last Saturday:
H. Hackfeld & Co. havo suc
ceeded in placing somo twenty-five
loans with Olaa and Kona coffee
growors to assist them in carrying
ou and enlarging their coffee aero
ago. They loan money at 8 por
cent for ten years, and ouo of tho
conditions of tho loan is that tho
borrowor ship tho product of tho
plantation through the agency of
H. Hackfeld & Co., for which ser
vice a ouargo ot dj por cent is
made as brokers' commission. Any
time during the term of tho loan
tho borrower has tho option of
lifting tho loan. This sounds vory
fair, and will bo of great assist
ance to planters who aro short of
. A lotter received from Mrs.
Gardiner K. Wilder reports that
lady recovering from an attack of
the measles, being closely con
fined in a dark room. Just as
soon as tho lady is able to travel,
sho will return to Hilo.
Mr. Wise has received a reply
to his letter to tho Fish Commis
sioners of California. They do
not beliovo that trout could suc
cessfully bo shipped to Hawaii
Island by sailing vessel, as tho
trip would bo too long. Rut tho
black bass, wall eyed pike and
Russian river baBs could bo suc
cessfully transported, which will
be attempted on tho return of tho
Tho Japaueso out at Honomu
havo formed a soda water com pa
ny; they havo imported from
Japan a comploto plant for manu
facturing aerated wuters and uro
in tho field to stay.
Tho Warrimoo that is cxpoctod
horo April 16 from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
Original Book Beer for tho An
chor Saloon. While tburo has
boon Iiook Boor on the Honolulu
market, it does not begin to com
paro with tho consignment that
tho Auchor will hnvo ou tap after
the arrival of tho Warrimoo. The
reason for this is that the Rock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Book Beer in tho
States is made at tho first of the
year and kept till May 1. The con
sigumont to arrive is some of the
original beer aud is uuaranteed to
ba bettor than auy liook evor im
ported. Wait for it. It will be
on tap at tho Anchor after the
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
This is a serious question,
one at which some folks tuko
offense, yet salesmen are under
tho necessity of asking it.
Some folks deal near home,
settle infrequently, never in
vestigate to seo whither they
pay more than they should and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over due. If you don't
care what the family expenses
are it's a poor way to do if you
want to leavo your children in
ailluent circumstances when
you aro gone. Now it is quite
an advantage to hare an upon
account ut a well-known house,
who can execute your order
promptly. Often persons say
they duii't want an account aud
will pay in a few days. But
wo cannot keep uiemorundu of
charges; it isn't safe or good
business. The stock found in
ordinary stores is usually stale,
uninviting and inferior, while
the stock in our store is turned
so frequently and so cniefully
watched that it is at all times
fresh. Our stock in trade con
sists of the luxuries and deli
cacies from every civilized na
tion. Send for our catalogue
and prices and note the variety
offered. Telephone us 240.
We supply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
and exportors of table luxuries,
wholesalers and retailors! con
tractors to the U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and other na
tions' Men-of-war on the Puci-
DELIVERIES HADE AS FOLLOWS:
Nuuanu Valley, Killhl ami Plain
daily 10:30a M anil 12:30 v M.
Walkiki Mondays anil Tiiur-iltiy
Lewis & Co.,
We havo just received a lino
of GRASS LINENS of EX
TREMELY FINE QUAL
ITY and aro safo in saying
they aro the finest ovor im
is much superior to silk in
appearance and there is no
comparison whatever in tho
wear. Wo have thorn in
White and Colors
L L GAK
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU.
FOll TIIK ABOVE I'OKT ON
lVvluisl!iy, Way 5tli,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P, M.
Tho nmlerHlgned nr now nrennreil to
tssne TbrmigU Tickets (rum this City lo till
puiulH iii tliu Untteil Stiitui.
IZlTVoT further purtioulnni regarding
Piuiyhi or IVhmhu, niply to
vm. g. m wm tfcOo., in,
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