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EVENING BULLETIN, MAS 8,1897..
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CITY FRONT NEWS shipping intelligence.
For One Day Only
Temple of Fashion,
ONDAY, IVIay 10.
Every 10th Customer
Will be Presented with their Purchase.
K For this dny only (Monday, Mny 10), if you are lucky enough to bo
ono of the tenth puichnsurs you get whatever you buy for nothing and your
money is returned to you.
Bgy It makes no difl'crenco
hundred dollars. If you happen
you have bought for nothing.
how large your purchase, may bo 5c. or ono
to bo one of tho tenth you get whatever
If ynu need anything in the Dry Goods Lino it will pay you to visit
tho Tutnplo of Fashion Mmiduy, Mny lOlh.
B3T Tho usual prices will pruvuil 25 percent Below Actual Cost.
, M. !. 8. City or Peking lawurd and
Outward-Quiet May on the
S S City of Poking Bails for
Yokohama at 5 p m this day.
The steamer Mokolii is to leave
at 5 p m Tuesday on Lor regular
Kaliuku Flautation has finished
grinding its own cane, and is now
grinding the Lido cauo.
Tho bark S C Allen sails for
San Francisco this afternoon
with a full cargo of sugar.
Custonis Inspector Storey is
now on tho day watch, Iuspoctor
Vida taking tho night watch.
The steamer Holene camo in
this morning with a load of
sugar for the ship W H Maoy.
Tomorrow, high tide large 9:54
pmjhigh tide smalll0:30 am; low
tide large 4:44 a in; low tide small
3:50 p m.
On hor last trip to San Fran
cisco, the S S Dorio made the
passage from Honolulu in 0 days
and 5 hours.
Tho ship Susquehanna is dis
charging ballast at Oceanic dock.
Thoro nro thousands of bags of
sugar awaiting her- in tho ware
house. It is reported that tho Wilder
Steamship Go has decided to order
another steamer like the Helene.
Tho HcIodo is a first class bout,
and iB doing her work woll.
An oflicer of tho steamer Noeau
says that nearly overy trip along
tho Hawaii coast ho sees thou
sands of porpoises. He will get a
harpoon soon, and have somo
sport with tho fish.
The P M S S City of Peking
arrived off port at 10 p m latt
night, entering the harbor an
hour later. She was not expected
to arrivo until this morning. Her
passenger list is very slim this
From San Francisco, per P M
S S City of Peking, May 7 Com
mander George M Brook, C It
Gilchrist, Mrs C It Gilchrist,
Judge A S Hartwell, Miss Hart
well and Eruos Heldring.
FniDiT, May 7,
P S City ( Peking, Smltb, from San Fran
cisco. SATCnDiT, May 8.
Btmr Hclenc, Freeman, from Hawaii.
Btrar W'alaleale, l'arkcr, from Kauai.
8tmr Kacna, Wilson, from ports on
Stmr Mokolll, Bennett, from Molokal,
Maul and Lanal,
Saturday, May 8.
Am bl 8 O Allen, Johnson, for Ban Fran
cisco. S S City of Peking, 8mlth, for Japan and
Btmr Kllauea Hon, Wclr, for Kukalau and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex Btmr Heleno SOW baa stusar.
Ex stmr Mokolll- 477 Img sui;ar.
M Ex slTiir Wnlili'nlB "Btii ln sugar.
Ex stmr Kaena--li lU bnun u.ddy.
FOREIGN VFBSKLh EXPECTED.
Vessels Wlicrotrnm Due
Sclir Louis Newcastle...,'
Sclir Novelty Newcastle
Sclir Golden Shore . ..Newcastle
Sclir Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Ilk Xuuanu, New Voik
Am bktn Amelia,, I'uitet Bound,....
S t) Amarapoora,....Piii;et Sound
Am bk Ceylon, ........ l'liyet Bound
Uaw bk It P Hitbet S F
Am bktn Irmgard, S F,
Am bk Fresno, Ptu;rt Sound
Grsblp II F Glade Ilremen July 31
SSMIowera Vancouver May IS
SB Doric S F Muy 18
8 8 Peru Yokohama Mny ST.!
8 S Warrlmoo B)iluc) Muy 'J 4
S 8 AUftrulla 8 F Maj i"i
8 8 Mariposa .. .Colonics Maj 27
Ilk Colorado Nun i al lo
Ilk Manna Ala Newcastle
Hawbklt P Rlthct....SF Due
llktn Ensencda New catlo Due
Bk Helen Denny ...Newcastle
ililp LoiiKlana Newcastle
ilk Clia U Kenuv... Newcastle
VESSEL. IN POUT.
U 8 S Philadelphia, Cotton, San Dlejro, April
IT 8 8 Marlon, Greene, Ban Diego, March IS.
II 1J M 8 Nanlwa Kau, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am bktn Newsboy, Mollestad, Newcastle,
Am sclir Wm Uowdcn. FJcrcm, Newcastle,
Nor bk Fortuna, Mlkkilson, Ken castle,
Gcr bk Paul leenberc, Wullman, Lhcrpool,
Am neur Oceaula Vance, Manson, Newcastle,
Am ship V II Mnty, Arusbury.S F.Aprll 30.
Am bktn SN Castle, Hubbard 8 F, Maj 1.
Am scbr W II Tulbot.Ulubni.Wcttport.Moyl.
Am ship Susquehanna, ecu all, Japan, May tl.
l'KUKIS IN 1'ILIKIA.
Uucrrlnlnllcs nud n Certainty.
Tho attention of tho public is
now fully occupied and diverted
in tho consideration and discus
sion of several importaut current
nud piospectivo happenings. An
nexation, ns yet uusecuro, Ito
ciprocity threatened; tho comiug
of tho Naniwa, and hor mission
after arrival; the outcome of tho
war between Greece and Turkey
and, whethor or no, all Europo
will ovontually become involved;
tho settlement of the quarantine
squabble aro all themes of much
conjecture nud uncertainty, and
whilo opinions are freely offered,
none can accurately foretell tho
outcome of any of these matters.
Nevertheless, it is becoming more
apparent, as cuoli day passes, that
Buffalo and Hoifbrau aro tho
favorito brows, and it is gratify
ing that assurance is givou that
regular snipments oE these whole
some and strengthening bever
ages can bo depended upon, and
that thay will, ns heretofore, bo
dispensed at tho ltoyal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that tho interchangeable check
systom is an established fact.
XVI. G. SIEVA,
At fciiinin Squnro.
Tho Government band will
render tho following selections at
tho Emma square concert this
afternoon, commencing at 4:30:
Match Ben Ilur (by request) Patill
Overture Joan of Alu Yerdl
Walts My Friend (ias.Le-r
Comet tiolo the First Love Neuman
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Gavotte Rhino Sounds Lantana
Fantasia Emperor's Iteview
.Madam Yule, who lately ar
rived from tho Coast, is located at
tho Eaglo House, Nuuanu street,
whoro sho is proparod to per
manently romovo moles, warts and
superfluous hair, by electricity.
Sho has also for sale nn oxcollont
faco bleach, warranted not to in
jure tho skin. Madam Yulo makos
a specialty of eleotrio treatment.
Merriiutllo 0iliilnu from Nnn l'rmi
cluco Give llllll Pmixe.
Washington, D. C, April 28.
There nro indications that tho tre
mendous prosBuro brought to boar
upon Senator Porkius may o.iuso
him to roviso his opinions of ti
week ago concerning tho Hawaii
an trotty. At that timo lie fluid
that ho was in favor of thu abro
gation of tho ltoiprocity treaty
"because it did not reciprocate."
Ho presontodun array of figures to
show th.it it was jug-bandied in
its boueiits, but to-day Senator
Perkins suid he hud not mudo up
hio mind whethor to vote for tho
continu moo of tho troaty or its
"But was not your position cor
rectly outlined in Tho Cull a
V.m " snM Mr. Porkinn. "tho
artiolo was comet. My own por
aonnl conviction is that tho treaty
is of atlvant.igo to Hawaii, without
much boneiit to tho United
States; yet u majority of the peo
plo of California, as expressed by
a vory largo number of memorials
and petitions from Boards of
Trade, Chambers of Commeico
and othor commercial bodies in
San Francisco and other Cidifoi
ni)t cities and towns, seom to bu
in favor of continuing thu treaty.
"I bulievo that a senator in his
roptosuntativo ounao ty should
rtpresout, not his own ptisoual
convictions, but thu views of his
constituents in mutters of this
kind. Of couiso a United States
Senator is expected to keep in line
with tho party that elected him,
or olso rosigu, but when there is
a wide divergence of opiuionas to
party policy, or vvhon a majority
of tho oeoplo oxpress themselves
in favor of a certain measure, I
think it is his duty to represent
their views as nearly as possible."
Boforo giving your ordor for a
portrait, suo what King Bros,
havo to show in crayon onlargo
mouta aud judgo for yourself
whether they can givo you tho
best valuo tor your monoy or
Where Honolulu 1'copln .ll.iy Wor.
Central Union Chuucu. Cor
ner Beretauia and Eichurds street,
Douglas P. Birnie, minister. Sorvi
ces Sunday, May 9th: At 9:55, a.
m.,spooinl children's day service;
11 a. m., public worship and ser
mon by tho Kev. W. 8 Amont of
Peking; 3:30 p. m., Junior En
doavor; G:30 p. m., Y. P. S. 0. B.
prayer mooting; 7:30 p. ra., public
worship and sermon, Tho Bi
ble and Higher Criticism." Pa
latini Chapol Hov. J. M. Lewis
in chargu. At 9:45 a. m., Sunday
school; 7:15 p. m., gospol
sorvico. Sunday sohools Japa
noso in Lyceum at 10 a. in.,
Portugueso on Punchbowl street
and Hotel street mission at 2:30
j). m. Prayor tneotings: Wod
nesdny, 7:30 p. in., at the church, '
and Fiidity, 7:15 p. in., at Puluina
Chiipul. A coidial uolcotno for
all ut overy sorvicu.
Fibst Methodist EnscopAL
CiiUitcn. Cornor of Borotaniaund
Miller stroots. Buv. II. W. Pock,
pastor. Sunday, May 9th:
At 10 a. in., Sunday School und
puBi ir's Biblo chits; 11 a. m.,
addresB to children; 11:10 a.m.,
sermon by pastor; G:30 p. id.,
Young People's Epworth League;
7:30 p. m., sermon by pastor.
I'carl City: 2:45 p. m Sunday
School; 3:30 p. m. sermon by pas
tor Ewa Plantation: 3:15 p. in.,
Sunday School; 3:45 p. m ser
mon and song service. Wed
nesday, 2:30 .p. in., Junior
Epworth Loiguo; Weduo-day,
3 p. m., junior probnttonor's
cluss; Wednesday, 7 p. in'., class
meeting; Weduoedny, 7:30 p. m.,
prayor sorvice; Piiday, 7 p.m.,
"Ponteoostal Moeting." A cordial
wolcomo to all services.
CmtiSTiAN Ciiunoii. Alikoa
sticet near King J M Monroe,
pii9tor. Services for Lord's D.iy,
May 9th: ('reaching at 11 a.
m., and 7:30 p. m , by the pas
tor; morning themo, "The King
dom of Christ Within Mnn." Itov.
Willimn S. Amont, Mission try
Irom I'ekiug, China, wil deliver an
nddiess at the evening service.
Tho oidiuanco of Uhriftinu Btp
tism will bo admiiiisteiod at tho
oveuiug sorvico. Sunday school
at 9:45 a. m.; commu
nion stivico at 12 m.; Soiitli
St. Mission at 3 . in.; young poo-
liio's meeting, o:ju p. m.; prayor
mooting, Weduosduy evening.
Ladies prayor mooting, Friday at
at 2:30 p. ra. A coidial invitation
to all to attend tho services.
Salvation Army. Hotel stroot,
L. M. Stiuuiibon adjutant in
chnrgo. Satuiday evening, May
8th, welcome meeting to dipt.
Geitrudo D.irko, from Cl foinii;
Sunday, May 9th, 7 a. in., kn-e
drill; 11 a. in., holiness meeting;
2:!i0 p. in., junior lioiupiuy in-ot-mg;
7:30 p. in., comminsioning of
lnoal seciutary, Josepn BergHviu.
There will bo public m-etings
hold on Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Siinrd y
ovemugfl at' 7:30 p. in. Private
Boldio' meeting overy Tuesday
ovoniug. All are uelomied.
Boman Catholic Cathedral
Services will bo its follows: 6 aud
7 a in, Low Mass with llnly (Jom
mumon; 9a in, Mmfs with English
instruction; 10:30 n in, Higli Mii.hb
with native h0inion;2 p in, Bo-nry
anil native instriiciiou; 4:30 p in,
nativo instruction and Benedic
tion: Weekdays, Low Mess at 6
und 7 am.
Latter Day Saints II orga
nized Church of Jet-us Christ of
Latter Day Saints; Mililani Hall,
roar of Opera Houbo. Services
will be held on Sunday as follows;
10 a. in., liiblo cls-; 11:15 it. m.
aud 0:30 p. m pru.iohing.
Y. M. O. A. Sunday, 11 a. in.,
service nt Oahu jail ; 3 p. in., boys'
moeting in AsHnoiatiou Hull;
prais- suivioo in Y. .M.C. A. Hall
at 0:30 p. in
,tln kite lalHiid Concert.
Tho program for tho concert of
Makeo islam! by tho Government
band tomorrow at 3 p. m. is given
The Old Hundred.
Overture The Flutist Kllnir
Ballad Dieam On, Dear Child
FlnaloilVenVr.'. '."""'.'.'.'. '.'.".'.'.' '.'.'..WaL'tier
Graud tieleetlon llarbcr of Seville..."
Cornet Solo Hawaii Ponol MlcbleU
Mr, Charles Kreutcr.
Potpourri Terpslcboreana Kaimey
Fantasia-The Auijcl's Dream Herman
Finals Jolanthe. Sulllvaa
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