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E 8 ' EVENING BULLETIN, MAY G, 1897. " .?
W: . FIUSH MARINE HEWS
UEk , TIIC JAPANESE CHUISEK NANIWA
I Fancy Shirt Waists,
Collars and Cuffs,
TIES GIVEN AWAY I
Shirt "Waists Former Price S.OO,
NOW SELLING- AT $1.25.
Shirt "Waists Former Trice 8B2.25,
NOW SELLING AT $1.50.
Shirt "Waists Former 3?rice SB1.50,
NOW SELLING AT $1.00.
Shirt Waists Former Price S1.25,
NOW SELLING AT 75o.
Shirt Waists Former Price 75c,
NOW SELLING AT 25c.
Ull Colors and Figures I
Given Away ! - Osven Away !
3' IMPORTANT To each purchaser of a Shirt Waist a Silk Tio to
match will bo given without extra charge.
EJ3?- SPECIAL ATTENTION A Silk Tio given to each nurchasor of a
B3T A FACT You get a Silk Tie for nothing if you buy a Shirt Waist.
Temple of Fashion.
Tlio Indiana Ivlniut Menmers Ilrluc
Iu Sweet Stnir-Other Interest
ing City Front Mens.
A whole fleet of island steamers
came in this morning, each with a
loml of sugar.
Tlio U 8 war vobboIs will pro
bably land a battalion for shore
drill again this week.
Tomorrow, high tide largo G:C5
pin; high tide small 0:15 am; low
tide large 10:51 a m; low tide small
2:35 p m.
Tho Floating Society of Christ
ian Endeavor held a meeting for
sailors aboard tho barkentino S N
Custlo lust night.
The marine who struck a ship
mato with tlio butt of a riflo yoB
terday is liable to a long term in
the U S naval prison.
Port Steward Von Hagen of tho
Inter-Island Go. has a new sign
board over bis office, consequently
ho is foeling quite vuin today
like a fighting cock on a high
The Japanoso warship Naniwa
arrived early this morning. She
was boarded off port by Pilot
Sunders, Dr. Wood and Health
Officer lloynolds. Many people,
including hundreds of Japanese,
watched tho white cruiser swing
into her position in naval row.
Sho is anchored near the light
bouse. Before dropping anchor,
the Hawaiian and U S Admiral
Heardsleo's flags wore saluted. Sa
lutes woro returned by the Kakaako
battery and tho US S Philadelphia.
Tho James Makeo brought in
her usual instalmentof sugar from
Eapaa this morning. Purser
Christian says the Japanese cruis
er Naniwa turned her search lights
on tho James Makoo and W G
Hall in the channel last night.
After sizing up the two steamers a
while, the whito cruiser put on a
spurt and was soon out of sight.
Kciilia mill had a break-down
early Monday morning, but was
grinding again within a few hours.
The Makeo brought down a dis
abled roller, to be repaired at the
Hnvo a DrlukT
" Havo a driuk ? " is what Van
Doom, the jolly storekeeper in
lower Fort street, has been asking
his friends today. Van has an
enviable reputation on account of
his lino fruit flavors, whloh he
puts up himself. When tho boys
on ttio waterfront are thirsty, they
walk into Van Doom's, where
fresh, cool soda is sorved them. A
first class soda fountain of the
"Arctic" make now occupies the
placo of the old one in the little
shop. It was impoited all tho way
from Boston, the city of beans,
brown bread, and tea parties. Van
wishes all tho fellows to test his
new fountain, so he is furnishing
freo clunks today.
James Lylo returned from Hilo
iu tho steumor Kinau this morn
ing. Tho leak in tho ship was
stopped by Captain Colly and his
carpeuter before Mr. Lyle reached
Hilo. None of tho vessel's cargo
of sugar was damaged. Tho posi
tion of tho leak was found to be
l(i feet from the stem and 3 feot
from tho keel. Somo rascal, un
known, hud bored with an auger a
one and a half inch hole, from the
inside, through tho planking be
tween the timbors. Although the
wood was bored clear through,
only tho worm or small part of
the augor had goue through tho
copper. The amount of water
which leaked through was, there
fore, comparatively small, but if it
had not been discovered at tho
time it was, a great deal of dam
age would havo been dono to tho
cargo. If tho ship had gone to
boh in that condition serious con
sequences would undoubtedly
After locating the leak, Captain
Col y and his carpenter drove a
long wooden plug into tho hole
fiom the iu-ide, which stopped
the water. At six o'clock on Mon
day morning, John Iaukoa tho
diver wont under tho ship, "which
was done with difficulty ou ac
count of tho great undertow. The
coppor was removed from around
tho end of tho plug, which project
ed several inches on tho outsido.
Tho end was then sawed off; and
the plug wedged. A sheet of felt
and a new piece of coppor woro
next placed over tho plug. The
plug w'us also braced ou the iu
sido, so that a good, securo job
was made of it. When the work
was completed, Captain Colly was
given a certificate, which acknowl
edged the ship fit for a sea voyage.
If tho wretch who did tho
shameful deed of scuttling, is
caught, he will get tho severe
punishmont ho woll deserves.
Fr6m Kauai, por stmr Kauai,
Mny 5 H Morrison and wife,
JudgoCFHart and family, Mrs O
Oinsted and daughter and 8 deck
From Hawaii and Maui, por
stmr Kinau, May 5 W Dennis,
Capt Macdounoll, John Phillips,
H Espinda and bride, J Cook, J
Napoleon, J K Iaukea, J Lylo and
wife, H P Roth, E 11 Adams, J W
Borgstrom, H P Walton, P II ig
gius, Miss E M Eveiy, Mrs O C
Kennedy, Miss E Sobey, Mrs T H
Thrum, Miss S Borgstrom, Mrs
"Weight, F B Jlemole, Bruco Ken
nedy, Father Mathias, E W Barn
ard, It A Lucas, Tit Wolkor, Miss
Eva Parker, Miss Helen Parker,
Miss Mabel Wood, ltev L Byrde,
H S Sloggett, J T Silva, H O
Mossmau, E G Goodman, W
Hoino, Miss EBta Paaukala, W
Whito and 8G dock passengers.
For Kauai, por stmr W G Hall,
May 4 Col Spalding, 0 Kaiser
and F Waldrou.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine,
May 4 Mrs Brown, Thomas
Brown, J P Cooke, Miss Brown,
Miss Itobinson, Dr Maxwell, J S
Gamett, F 0 Achoong, W L Stan
ley, H P Baldwin, A N Kepoikai
and A Euos and wife. "
Wednesday, Muy 5,
II 1 J M 8 Naniwa Kan, Kurooka, from
Stmr James Makeo, Tullctt, from Kauai.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, from Hawaii.
Stmr Kauai, Urulin, from Kauai.
Stmr MIKnlia'n, Thompson, from Lahalnn.
Stmr Kluau, Clarke, from Hawaii aud
Wedslsdat. May 5.
8tmr Walalealc, Parker, for Kllauea, Ka
llhlwal and IUnalet.
Stmr James Makec, Tullett, for Knnta.
S S Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
Isco. VES8EL8 LEAVINQ TOMORROW.
Stmr Kauai, Druhn, forMakauell, Wulmea
Am schr Trauslt, Jorgcusen, for San Fran
cisco. Am ship Kcnllworth, Baker, for New York.
OAKQOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr Kinau 5257 baits suijar, POtl bags
potatoes, WJ ban corn, lit hides, SO cs soap
and ISO pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr Iwalanl 1SS5 baits sugar.
Ex stmr Kauai im bags sugar, 000 bags
paddy, 'Ji bags rice, Id bdls hides.
Exstmr Jamts Makic 'J05U bags sugar, 1
E stmr Mlkahala 500G bags sugar.
VUSSELd IN POUT.
U S S Philadelphia, Cotton, Son Diego, April
U 8 S .Marion, flrcenc, Son DKgo, March 13.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
8 8 Australia, Houdlette. 8 F, April 7.
Am schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow, Port (Jara-
catlo, Anrll 13.
Am bktn Newsboy, Molleslad, Newcastle,
Am schr Wra liowden, Flerem, Newcastle,
Nor bk Kortunu, MlUkclson, Newcastle,
Ocr bk Paul Umbers, Wullman, Lhernool,
Am schr Oceania Vanco, Mauson, Newcastle,
Am ship W II Mocy, Amcsbury.S F.Aprll SO.
Am bk rt U Allen, Johnson, S F, May 1.
Am bktn S N Castle, llubbml 8 V, May 1.
Am sthr W II Talbot,Ululim,Wtbtport,Mayl.
Original Illicit, v
Tho AVarrimoo that is expected
hero April 1G from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
Original Bock Beer for tho An
chor Saloon. "Whilo thero has
boon Bock Boer ou tho Honolulu
market, it does not begin to com
paro with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will lmve on tap after
tho arrival of the Warrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that the Bock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. The Book Beer in tho
States is made at tho first of the
year and kept till May 1. Tho con
signment to nrrive is some of the
original beor and is guaranteed to
be bettor than any Book ever im
ported. Wait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho Anchor after the
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
This is a serious question,
ono at which somo folks take
offense, yet salesmen arc under
tho necessity of asking it.
Somo folks deal near home,
sottlo infrequently, never in
vestigate to seo wht thor 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
arc it's a poor way to do if you
want to leave your children iu
ailluent circumstances when
3rou aro gone. Now it is quite
an advantage to have an open
account at a well-known house,
who can oxecuto your order
promptly. Often persons say
they don't wont an account and
will pay in a few days. But
we cannot keep memoranda of
charges; it isu'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 carefully
watched that it is at all times
fresh. Our stock in trade con
sists of tho luxuries and deli
cacies from every civilized na
tion. Send for qur catalogue
and prices and note the variety
offered. Telephone us 240.
We supply ull nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
and oxportors of table luxuries,
wholesalers and retailers, con
tractors to tho U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and other na
tions' Men-of-war ou tho Paci
DELIVERIES MADE AS FOLLOWS :
Nuuanu Volley, Knllhl anl 'Jpr
dully 10:30 a m and 2:30 v. M-
Wulkiki Muuilnys and Tnur days
BSF- Mail orders promptly
Lewis & Co.,
WORD IN NKASON.
low n Mlnolonnry III liliuit Uraipcd
In tho Poking correspondeuco
of the Shanghai Mercury thero is ,
an account of a gathering of tho
Missionary Association to wel
come a returning missionary and
bid a bon voyage to several mis
sionaries leaving for a visit to tho
United States. Among theso was
the Bov. Mr. Anient, who passed
through Honolulu this week in
tho steamer China. The follow
ing is from tho account of the
"Tho Bev. Mr. Anient was next
called upon. In his iuteieuting
t.ilk on events which had trans
pired during his 20 yeurs of -missionary
labors in China a most
cynical illustration relative to tho
various incidents which had
crowned Ilia endeavors with suc
cess was manifested by tho fol
lowing experience Some years
ago, situated at Fao tiugfu, a
uativo was ono day seen roaming
through the streots crying out,
'Who is tho man that can explain
this book,' referiiug to a biblo
which was frantically waved
abovo his head from time to timo.
Mr. Anient, seizing tho opportuni
ty, voluuteered his services: tho
result was that the apparent en
quirer ultimately beoatuo a de
vout Christiuu, likewise his wholo
Superior breakfast sausago is a
spouiulty at tho Central Murkot.
ltiug up 104.
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1896, $106,55.15
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Savings Hank fur Monthly UuponltH.
Ilonmn lluilt ou tlio Mouthly Installment
Thirteenth Sorios of Stook now open.
For farther particulars apply to
A. V. G1CAR. Socrotary.
Chamber of Couituerco Itoouia,
OUlco hours. 12:30 1:30 1'tll, 373-tf