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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 3, 1897.
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Eancy Shirt Waists,
Collars and Cuffs,
TIES GIVEN AWAY !
Shirt "Waists Former Pj?ice 2.0O,
NOW SELLING- AT $1.25.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 2.25,
NOW SELLING- AT $1.50.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 8B1.50,
NOW SELLING AT $1.00.
Shirt Waists Former Price S1.25,
NOW SELLING AT 75c.
Shirt "Waists Former Price 75c,
NOW SELLING AT 25c.
illl Colors and Figures I
Given Away ! Given . Away !
ZT IMPORTANT-To each purchaser of a Shirt Waist u Silk Tie to
match will bo given without extra charge.
T2r SPECIAL ATTENTION A Silk Tie given to each purchaser of a
E3F A FACT You get a Silk Tie for nothing if you buy a Shirt Waist.
Temple of Fashion,
FROM THE ORIENT ,83iproi& intelligence.
Till: MTIAMMIIP CHINA AIlltlVKIl
Aimllier Coiil Vcirl In I'url Murine
MntON Hmliprril on tlio M'mer-
froul ThU Iy.
The Kepilworlh will Bail about
Thursday "for New York.
Tlio Hchnonor Wtn Bowden lins
begun loading for San Francisco.
Tlio sckoouur Olga, baikoutiuo
Mary AVinkolman and ship Dal
cnirnio aro at Knliului.
It is snid that tlio Jnpnncso war
Bliip -Nauiwa sailed from Japan
four days before tlio S S China.
Tlio bark Aldcn Besse is now
londod nnd ready for sen. Sbo lins
21,27o bays sugur aboard for San
Tomorrow, high tide largo 5:25
pin; high tido small -1:20 am; low
tide lnrgc 0:38 a in; low tidosmall
0:50 p m.
Yesterday tbo tbreo - masted
soliwTmer Oceania Vnuco arrived,
59 days from Nowcastle with a
cargo of coal.
Mnkaweli Plantation shipped
11,000'bngs or 25C2 tons of sugar
in April. Tlioro aro over 3000 bags
Captain Fitzgerald took passage
in tlio steamer Holeno for Hono
mu op Saturday, where ho will
superintend tbo laying of a moor
Captain Jorgonseu of tbo
schooner Transit expects to sail
on Thursday for San Francisco.
Tlio schooner will tako a full load
of combination sugar.
S. N. Clilnn.
Tbo S S China, J AV Saunders
commandor, arrived early this
morning from tbo Orient. Sbo has
a large list of passengers. Tbo
China left Hongkong April 13
and Yokohama April 21. Tbo
passago from Yokohama wasmado
in 9 days and 7 hours. For Ho
nolulu tbero aro Gl Chinese and
27G Japanese. Tbo steamship's
time of sailing for San Francisco
has been sot at 10 it m tomorrow.
Hatviiiiat, May 1.
Btmr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oabu
8tmr Clnudlnc, Camciun, from ports on
Strar W 0 Hall, llnuluuJ, from ports ou
Btmr Kaala, Mosber, from Oauu ports.
Am Sclir Ocmnla Vance, Mmison, from
Monday, May 8.
S S China, Saunders, from Clilna and
Monday, May 3.
Stmr .Iam( Mnl.cc, Tullctt, (or Knpnn.
Btmr Kncnn, Wilson, lor Walaluii ports.
Stmr .MlKulinla, Thompson, fur l.ntmlim.
Stmr Mokulll, Iknnctt, (orMolokal, Maul
VESHIXS I.HAVINO TOMOJtltOW.
8tmr Noi'nu. I'llcrsim, for Labalnat Ilono
Stmr W O Hall, lloluml, lor Kauai ports.
Stmr Kcauliou, Tbompsoii, for Knu.
Am lik Allien Hesse, Totter, for 8an Fran
cisco. B B Cblna, Bauiulers, for San I'ranelitco.
Btmr Clamllnc, Cameron, for Maul.
Btmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for"Maul and
r Btmr Kaala, Mosber, for Kabuku and
oAnaocs ntoii island torts.
Ex stmr Kaala 1030 bogs sugar.
Ex stmr W O Ilall-GlfA bas suRar.lS bant
pin, 12 bdls bides, and 4Spkc minUrlcH.
K stmr Clkudlue M50 bngs sui.ar, 250
bags com, 7S uu's potatoes, -' bead tattle,
8J hog, lull bides, 75 plijrs sundries.
UAU.AnilEK-In Ibis ell), May 3, 1897, to
tbo Mlfu of W J UalUKber, a son.
DUNN In Honolulu, May 2, totliuwlfeof
E V Dunn, a dnnqbtir.
WATEUIIOUSK At tbo Peninsula. Purl
City. Saturday, May 1, 1SU7, Julia Ilntv
ktus Dimond, wife of Henry Waterbouse.
Interment ut I.uuiiiiu Cemetery, Sunday,
Ma) S. IS',17.
VKSSEI.d IN POUT.
TASSENOEItS AltlUVED. '
From Kauai, per stmr AA G
Hall, May 2 -AV H Rice and wif,
H P Baldwin, J B Cooko, A
Dreior, 11 Catton, Miss Cattou,
Mrs A M Sproull and children, J
H Thomas, W Chung Hoon and
wife, Akaua aud -12 on deck.
From Maui, por stmr Claudine,
May 2 Miss Berg, Mrs H O Oven
den, infant aud nurso, Mrs A N
Kepoikui, Mrs K It G Wallace,
child and nurse, Dr It J MeGet
tigan, E A Mott-Smith, O A
Spreokels, H L SanguinettfJ L L
McCandless, P A Dias, S Fukuda,
Miss M Ponui, J J Drummond, M
Correa Jr uud wife, und 71 on
From China and Japan, por S S
Chiun, May 3 For Honolulu:
Itov V S Anient, wife aud child,
Miss Wyott, Mrs G Cruikshauk,
L O Lucas, G II Turton, J Mitsu
tome, Mr and Mrs 11 Clark, Miss
Clark, U. Warakcr and Y. lama
guchi. For San Francisco: F W
M F Bongon, T Cockcroft, E D
Clark, T O T Crofts, H V Dickin
son, E P Fell, It O Gourloy, Hori,
AV S Harrison, E Henry, K Ina
gaki, Jlov A Lutorinon, V J Mc
Caw, S Mack, .1 M Prophil, H
ltobinson, Admiral Tirpitz I G N,
T 0 Woodruff, A J AVormser, Mrs
"Walker and 2 children, W H
Beauclerk, F E BHbb, It E Bro
dou, Mrs J B Bemis, Mrs B P
Cole, E G Coulson, G S Colvillo,
Mrs L Ellis, Bey E P Fisher, Mrs
M B Gorlmra, Miss Gorham,Misses
Huut 3, II Haricy, J Zemin,- Dr
It McLeod, J JMcLeod, WArroll,
Major II M Prior, W Parkor, Miss
Simrns, F U WiltliootTt, E Whit
tall, Tom Yuen, Itov and Mrs J H
Barrows, Mr aud Mr6 1) E Burne,
child and maid, Mr and Mrs J
Cooper, Mr 'and Mrs O H Cum
inings, It S Chilton, Mr and Mrs
.Tub Dodds, Miss B Dodcs, Mrs J
Davis, Mihs Dunny, Mr and MrB
P Eadie, Mr and Mrs J 0 Eppor
ly, Miss McFowler, Ilev and Mrs
T AV Gulick, Miss Glover, Sir A
Letbhridgo, Mrs Copt Noyes, Miss
E M Potley, Miss Fykes, Mr aud
Mrs A JI ltonnio, Mr and Mrs J
P Iteid, Miss Serena, Miss Suth
erland, Mr and Mrs Jos Smalloy
and Mr and Mrs Utyon.
U 8 S rblladelpbla, Cotton, San Diego, April
US S Marlon, Oreen'j, Son Diego, March 13.
(Coasters not Included In tbls list.)
8 B Australia, Houu'cttc, 8 F, April 37.
Am srbr Alice Cooke, I'eniinllow, Tort Unru-
catle. April VI.
Am bktu cwsboy, Molleitad, Newcastle,
Am Kcbr Wm How den. Fjcrem, Nev.rasllc,
Evening Bulletin 75c per month.
I'uiiernl l Jltt, Wnlrhouc.
Mrs. Henry "Waterbouse, whoso
unexpected death was briefly an
nounced itl Saturday's paper, was
buried from tbo town residence
at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The
funeral was largely attended. Itov.
D. P. Biruio road tbo scriptures
and Itov. H. W. Peck of
fered piayor. Hymns wore sung
by a quartet consisting of Mrs.
Montoguo-Turnor, Mrs. E. C.
Damon, H. F. "Wichman nnd
J. Q. Wood, MrB. B. F. Dilling
ham accompanying on the piano.
Interment was in Nuuauu come
tory, and ,H. H. Williams was tbo
undertaker in charge. Tbo pall
bearers wore: Presidont Dole,
Minister Damon, Attorney Gen-
ornl Ktil l ll M Ti1 llllltirvlln in 1
C. Jones, J. Ji. Athortou, W. w!
Hull O. P. Itiukea. Contributions
of ilowerB woro in great number
Mrs. Watorbouso was a
daughter of the lato Honry Di
mond, and was born on February
10, 1811, in a mibsion house that
stood ou King Btreot, whore Mr.
Hopper's mnusiou now stands.
Sho mirried Mr. AVuterhouso in
March, 1809, and leavos two sous
and two daughters, besides her
husband, to mourn their great
loss. Thoro was another son, who
Tbo AVarrimoo that is oxpeolod
hero April 1G from Victoria will
bring a largo couRigumont of
Origiual Bock Beflr for tlio An
chor Saloon. AVhilo thoro has
boon Bock Beor on tbo Houolulu
market, it does not begin to com
pare with the cousigumout that
tbo Anchor will hnvo on tap after
the nriival of JhoAVarrit'noo. Tho
reason for this is that tbo Bock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tbo Book Beor in tbo
States is made at tho first of tbo
year and kept till May 1. Tbo coii
signmout to urrive issomo of tbo
original boor and is guaranteed to
bo bettor tbau any Bock ovor im
ported. AVait for iti It will bo
ou tap nt tho Anchor after the
anival of tho AV7arrimoo.
This is a serious question,
one at which Borne folks take
ofTonso, yet salesmen are under
tho necessity of asking it.
Somo folks deal near home,
Bottlo infrequently, never in
vestigate to see whether they
pay nioro than they should and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over duo. If you don't
care what the family expenses
aro it's a poor way to do if you
wnnt to leave your children in
allluont circumstances when
you aro gone. Now it is quite
an advantage to have an open
account at a well-known, house,
who can 'execute your order
promptly. Often persons say
they don't want an account nnd
will pay in a few days. 33ut
wo cannot keep memoranda of
charges; it isn't safe 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 caiofully
watched that it is at all times
fresh. Our stock in trade con
sists of tho luxuries aud deli
cacies from overy civilized na
tion. Send for our cutaloguc
wd prices and note tho variety
oii'urcd. Telephone us 240.
Wo supply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
and exporters of table luxuries,
wholesalers and retailers con
tractors to the U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. nnd other na
tions' Men-of-war on tho Paci
DKLIvnitlES MADE AS FOLLOWS:
Nuuauu Valley, IC tllhl ami PIhIih
tally 10:30 A M and 2:30 I". Jt.
Walkiki Moiiiia)H and Thur-iluys
2 S0l si.
U- Mail orders promptly
Lewis & Co.,
Wort Street. - - Honolulu.
AVo have just received a lino
of Git ASS LINENS ofEX
TltEJiELl' FINE QUAL
ITY and aro sat'o in saying
they arc tbo finest ovor im
is much superior to silk in
appcarauco and there is no
compuiisou whutovor in tho
wear. AVe have thorn in
Whits and Colors
do JL Mtvirf
THE Al STEAMSHIP
AY1LL LEAVE HONOLULU
KOll TIIK AIIOV1J l'OHT ON
Wcrtucsriiiy, May 51Ii,
AT O'CLOCK 1'. M.
Tha umlurKluiiuil mu miw prepared to
Issue Through TicKota rum thin City to all
point In tho Unltud Stnte.
tcTor furthur lurticulurs regarding
Froiht or l'ubsngo, nviply to
AVm. G.IItVlN.tOo., L,
c'j;5-s' Qcuorul A(jutu,