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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 7, 1897.
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FRESH MARINE NEWS
EOE SALE I
MANY INTKIlt.STINO ITEMS OATH
For One Day Only
Temple of Fashion,
E" For this dnjr only (Monday, April 10), if you on lucky enough to bo
ono of the tenth purchasers you get whatever you buy for nothing uud your
money is returned to you.
JSS5T" It makes
If you happen to
fJSST If ynu need anything in the Dry Goods
the Temple of Fashion Monday, April lOih.
tE3P The usual
IKL Gr. SIE
MONDAY, April 10.
Presented witli their Purchase.
no difference how largo your purchase, may bo 5o. or $1 00.
bo one of the tenth you get whatever you have bought for
prices will prevail 25 percent
Line it will pay you to visit
Bolow Actuul Cost.
n'ljJ i'n'rkv JVVWW t''d
Ship Keullnurtli Wnlnard Bound
Ntenmer Klunn Departs for
llllo Hiid Wny Porta.
On April 28, barkentine Amelia
left Fort Blakely for Honolulu.
Tho Japnnrso cruiser Naniwa
is receiving nbout 300 tons of coal.
The schooner Oceania Vance is
unloading coal at Fort streol
Ou April 20 tho Gotnian bark J
0 Plluger sailed from Liverpool
Tho Kilnuea Hou is on the
bontds to loavo nt 10 tomorrow for
tho "Big Island."
Tho Buhoonor Albert Moyer has
been clinrterod to load guano in
Alaska for Kahului.
The Norwegian bark Fortuna
has finished dipchnrging her coal,
uud has inoveo into tne stream.
Tho barkontino Newsboy is ly
ing off tho Railroad wharf. She
may load sugar for tho Coast.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 8:48
p ra ; high tide small 9:10am; low
tide large 4:07 a m; low tida small
Tho ship S P Hitchcock, from
Honolulu for Now York, was
spoken in Lat 29 01' N, Lon
G(i 50' W.
Tho American schooner Eobert
Searlos will bring a load of coal
on her own account from New
castle to Honolulu.
Accordiug to an exchange, Cap
tain Friis of tho Consuolo has
succeeded Captain Soulo as master
of tho bark Martha Davis.
Tho following vessels have ar
rived on Puget Hound from Hono
lulu: Highland Light, Skagit,
John D Tallant and Klikitat.
The Kinau departed this fore
noon on schedule timo. A small
dray-load of mail, about 39 bags,
was taken for the other islands.
British Commissioner Hawes
vi3itud iho Japanese warship Na
niwa this morning, being convey
ed to and from the vessel in the
The ship Konilworth pulled hor
anchor from tho Honolulu mud
this morning, aud set her sails for
the long voyago round Capo Horn
to the American metropolis.
Tho S S Aorangi, which is to
be nut on tho lino between Aus
tinlia and British Columbia via
Honolulu, arrived at Melbourne
on April 27 from Cape Town.
A ileet of boatB from the U S
war vessels was cruising about the
bay this morning. There was a
nico breezo blowing, which filling
the snow-white sails of tho little
ciaft, made them skip over tho
water iu lino style.
Mr. Schmedou is again in tho
employ of the Custom House, tak
iug a position today in the Ap
praiser's department. Sohmedon
was t'oimerly a Customs Inspector,
but during the last few months
hns held down r. nooitiou with H
nackteld & Co.
At Shu FrauoUco.
Arrived April 20: Bk Martha
Davis, 18 days, Schr Aloha, 21
days, from Honolulu; Bk Annie
Johnson, 23 days from Hilo; Brg
Lurliuo, 21 days from Kahului;
Schr Anna, 20 days, Schr Allen A.
25 days from Mahukona. April
22: Schr Esther Buhue, 19 (lays
from Honolulu. Sailed April 20:
Uig Consuelo for Mahukoun. Apr
21, Bk U P Bithet for Honolulu.
April 23, Brgt V G Irwin for Ho
nolulu. April 25, Schr Robert
Lewors for Honolulu. April 28,
Schr Anna for Mahukona.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Kiuau, iMay 7 Volcuno: H V
Dickinson. Way ports: D Ka
hookano, Mrs A Lindor, Mrs O
Ombted, F Davey,A V Callaghan,
O W Callaghan, W H Covoll,
John Cook, wife and son, A F
Franca, J A Scott, Kev J Kekipi,
J A McCandless, L Aseu and
family, Dr ItuBsel and wife, J E
Eauepnu, and 5o deck passangors.
Friday, May 7,
Stmr Nocau, Peterson, from Hawaii.
Stmr James Makce, Tullctt, from Kauai.
Schr Ka Mol, trout Paaullo,
J6w il'.-V r !?'l,a5.','4rP-Jfe ftf'iiT&tsrJ ''rifc&ri(JAs''iife&r' li
Till'ltsliAT, May 6.
8 8 Monowal, Carey, for the Colonies Ala
VittruT, May 7.
81mr J A Cummins, Searle, tor Oatau
Am ship Konilworth, Baktr, (or New Tork.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Muul and Ha
waii. Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Makawcll, Walmca
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Labalna, Ho
nokaa and Kukutliacle.
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Knhuku and
VE88ELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Klluuca Hou, Wclr, for Kukalau and
OATtOOES FROM ISLAND FORTS.
Stmr Nocau 4160 ban sujrar.
Ex stmr James Makcc -Mttu hags sugar.
WERITZllOFF-HAYS In FnilUalc. April
5, ISH7, by the Xlvv 6 t, Palmer, Alex V
Ikrltzhotl of -UncUtou and Mjitlc M
Hays of Frultvale.
FOHEION VF8SKI.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Where from Dun
Schr Louis Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Am ship Reaper. .. Newcastle
Schr Golden dhoro. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuauu New Yoik
Am bktu Amelia, I'ucct Sound,....
S 8 Amarapoora,,...Pui;cl Sound
Am bk Ceylon l'uet Sound
Ilaw bk R 1 Kithct, 8 F
Am bktn Irmgard, S F
Am bk Fresno, Fucct Sound
Urshlp UK Glade,.... Ilremcu July III
88 Peking 8 V May 8
SSMIoncra Vancouver .May HI
8 8 Doric S F May 18
8 8 Peru Yokohama May S.J
8 8 Warrlmoo Sjdnoy May 31
S S Australia 8F May 25
S 8 Mariposa Colonics May 27
Bk Colorado Newcastle
Bk Mauna Ala Newcastle
HawbkKP IUthet....8F Duo
Bktn Enencda Xcn cattle Due
Bk Helen Denny ...Newcastle
8hlp Louslana Newcastle
Bktn OO Funk Newcastle
Ilk Chas H Kenny.. .Newcastle
VESSHLd IN POUT.
U 8 S Philadelphia, Cotton, San Diego, April
U S 8 Marlon, Greene, 8an Diego, March 13.
11 1 J M 8 Naniwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Am bktu Newsboy, Mollestad, Newcastle,
Am schr U'm Bon den, Flcrem, Newcastle,
Nor bk Fortuna, Mlkkclson, Newcastle,
Gcr bk Paul lscnberg, Wuliman, Liverpool,
Am schr Oceania Vance, Mjiisoii, Newcastle,
Am ship W U Macy, Amesbury.S F.Aprll 30.
Am bk 8 O Allen, Johnson, 8 F, May 1.
Am bktn 8 N Castle, Jlubbunl 8 F, May 1.
Am schr V II Talbot.Blnhm.Weptport.Mayl.
Am ship Susquehanna, ccwall, Japan, May 0.
HIS l'UAYEIt ANSWERED.
Traelc Dentil of n Murderer
Tho following account of a
startling conclusion to the ex
amination of a murderer is from
a dispatch dated Hollister, Cal.,
A tragic climax to the shocking
murder of Bernardino Asseuro in
the Cleveland district occurred iu
tho District Attorney's office to
night when Joe Piucado, the sus
pected murderer, dropped dead
after calling upon tho Almighty
to witness his innocence.
Pincado was taken to District
Attorney Hudner's office, and
whilo being plied with questious
which ho sought to evade by an
appeal to tho Almighty to witness
his innocence, uuid: "God strike
me dead if I am guilty."
Like an answer to his appeal,
Pincodo's frame shook as ftom a
spasm. He clutched tho air for a
moment, aud then sank down at
the District Attorney's feet, dead.
An affection of the heart had
brought a Booming answer to his
Sheriff Holbrook states that ho
is in possession of proofs which
would have undoubtedly convict
ed Pincado of tho crime, aud a
feoling of roliof is felt that tho
murderer is boyond further mis
chief. micliljrnn licet Nntrar Itninity.
The beet sugar bounty law just
enacted in Michigan provides that
the State shall pay to tho farmer
4 cents a pound for all the boot
sugar ho ratios aud 1 cent a pound
to tho man who nmuufaotuies the
Ho Stale Jlaiilc far the Swiss.
Tho Swiss people recontly by a
vote of 260,000 against 200,000,
rejected tho proposal to establish
a State bank with tho oxclusivo
privilego of .issuing bank notos.
Valuable Business Proporty ou
Nuuunu street, bringing a good
Several Lots near Punchbowl
and at Makiki, tho Choicest Ilosi
denco Property in tho city. A
potfoct view from Diamoud Head
to Eiva, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl stroot, only fivo minutes
walk from the Post Office.
We also liavo Comfortable
Houses for sale on easy terms si
tuated on tho following streets;
Lunalilo, Kinau, Kukui, Has
singer, Berotania, Young, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston Avenue,
Puuahou, Liliha and Nuuauu.
Building Lota in ell parts of tho
city on tho instalment plan.
Several well established Lodg
Coffee Lands on Hawaii und a
Pineapple Ranch with limo and
other fruit trees near Honolulu,
A. V.- GEAR
& CO., .
210 King Street.
A, V, GEAR & CO,,
Olllce: 210 King Street.
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated and Collections
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjusted,
Bills Bought andNrjtaB
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Fife and Life Innnce Agei
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