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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 12, 1897.
Retiring From Business
Goods Must be Sold
Almost Given Away!
25 Per Cent Below Actual Gost
25 Per Cent Below Actual Cost
25 Per Cent Below Actual Cost!
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
50 Per Gent
25 Per Cent Below Actual Cost!
IT On Al! Goods
H a.t tt-itt:
Temple of Fashion,
if. Port Street,
L.M. 6. SIEVA, - -
Cheaper Than Elsewhere!
Cent Cheaper Than Elsewhere!
Our Prices I Others
Our Prices I Others
Forget the Discount
CITY FBQHT NEWS
Am:muiN ship kkapkk fkoh
The Drediccr Again at Work Notes
About Mhlps llrkd np Alone
Tlio Bbip nonpar is anchored in
Tlio barkontiuo Newsboy Iibb
begun loadiug sugar.
Chas Gay arrived in the stoamor
Kauai today. Ho will take his
new steamboat buck with him.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 2:0-1
a in; high tide small 0:40 a in; low
tide lurgu 7:00 a in; low tide small
8:20 p m.
A wholn planing mill outfit for
the O.iliu Lumber & Building Go,
a Chinese firm, was brought from
the Coast in tho W G Irwin.
Tho stoaraer Iwalani reports
Tory dry weather in Hamakua. A
few showers of rain in that dis
trict would bo a great blessing.
Tho barkautine Irmgard is un
loading freight at a lively gait.
Camptain Schmidt expects to sot
sail for tho Coast with a full
sugar cargo on Saturday.
Tho backing chain of tho Ma
rine Railway broko today. The
schooner W H Talbot waB to be
hauled, but on account of the
mishap will have to wait.
The dredgor is again at work,
aftor boiug laid up for soveral
weeks for improvements and ro
pairs.Sho is oporating nearPacific
Mail dock at tho entrance to tho
now slips for ocoan steamships.
The American ship Roapor, O
C Young master, arrived this
morning. Her cargo is 2073 tons
of coal, to order. Light winds
and calms during the long pas
sago of 77 days from Newcastle,
N S W, wero experienced. The
Reaper will tako sugar round the
Hora to New York.
From Kauai, per stmr Kauai,
May 12 F Gay and wifo, C Guy,
British Com AGS Hawes, O
Kaiser, Mrs F Mhyer, Mies M
Hart, Mrs Bromley and 10 deck
For Maui, per stmr Olaudine,
May 11 Mary Joseph, Sister
Albina, L L McCandless, Theo
Wolff, M Waldvogel, R T Wilbur,
Jr, Mrs Long, Miss Widditield, S
Wednesday, May 13.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, from Kauai.
Stmr Iwalani, Gregory, from Hawaii.
Stmr J A Cummins, 8eailc, lrom Oahu
Stmr Kaena, Wilson, from ports on
Am ship Hcaper, Young, from New
Wednesdat, May 12.
Stmr Mlkaliala, Thompson, for Nawlllwlll
Stuir llelcnc, Freeman, for Olowalu, Ma
hukona, l'aauuau and Ookala.
OAMOOE8 FIIOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Fx stmr Iwalani 5100 bans sugar.
Ez stmr Kauai 7510 bags sugar, 80 bags
rice, 2.1 bags bran, if pkgs sundrlas.
VK8SKLS IN TOUT.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, San Diego, April
U 8 S Marlon. Greene, San Diego, March 13.
11 1 J M 8 Naulwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Am bktn Newsboy, Mollestad, Newcastle,
Nor bk Kortuna, MlkkclBou, Newcastle,
Gcr bk Paul leenberg, Wullman, Liverpool,
Am schr Oceania Vauce, Manson, Newcastle,
Am ship V II Macy, Amcsbury.S F.Aprll 30.
Am bktn 8 N Castle, Hubbard 8 F, May I.
Am nchr V II Tuluot.Muhin.We.tport.Mayt,
Am ship Susquehanna, ocwall, Japan, May (I,
Am bktn Irmgard, Schmidt, 8 F, .May 10.
Am schr Itobcrt Lowers, Goodman, 8 F,
Am brgt W G Irwin, Williams, 8 F, May
Haw bk K P lllthet, Thompson. 8 F,
Am ship Ilcapcr, Young, Newcastle, May
Evening Bulletin 75c per month.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
W. J. CUKLIIO ANK.1 roil A NKW
TRIAL FOIl MANY BKANONS.
An Administrator Appointed for the
Paly Ealata-Petltton mid Other
Mnltere In Probate.
In tho Circuit Court W. J.
Coelho potitious for a now trial.
Various errors in the rulings of
tho Court aro alleged during tho
trial, probably tho most important
of which appears to bo the state
ment that J. W. Kcola Koiki, ouo
of tho jurors who tried tho caso,
was inoligiblo to sorvo on tho jury
on the ground that ho has never
taken tho oath of allegiance
to tho Provisional Government or
tho Ropublio of Hawaii. An affi
davit by tho juror in question to
this effect acoompauioH the motion.
Charles Creightou for defendant.
J ml go Carter has granted tho
petition of Earnest A. Mott Smith
for letters of administration on
the estate of John H. Paty,
deceived, with bond fixed a S1C00.
A. Frances Johnson, daughter
of Mrs. Lois S. Johnson, late of
Honolulu, petitions for letters of
administration on tho estate of hor
mother, which consist of a house
and lot on Fort street and $949 in
the Postal Savings Bank. W. O.
Smith is attorney for the peti
tioner. In tho estate of S. N. P. Hanaia,
tho petition for final heuring of
accounts and diBobarge of admin
istratrix has been set for hearing
on June 14.
Judgo Carter and a jury are still
ongaged with tho case of Kanoii
vs. G. K. Kaioipahitt et al.
In Judge Perry's court the
breach of promise case of Boyd
vs. Gandall is still on.
Flret Public Appearance of the Hono
lulu Choral Society.
Although tho houso was what
would be called a good one, for
tho initial concert of tho Honolulu
Choral Society last night, there
wero seats vacant in the maiu au
ditorium aud largo gaping voids
in the balcony and gullery.
The concert was such as to
please without making a Honolulu
audience enthusiastic. Although
tho choruses did not produce bo
much volume as may have been
anticipated, they wero har
monious to a degreo that
suggested most painstaking
labor by the instructor, Prof.
Ynrndley, and the director, Prof,
lierger. Tho Government baud
orchestra gave pleasure only in
places, tho execution beiug right
but the selections evidently not
just what the people wanted.
Mrs. E. D. Teuney and Mrs. R.
D. Walbridge delighted all ears
with their respective solos, tho
former with violin obligato by
Prof. Yarndley. Mis9 Clymer as
piano accompanist loft nothing to
bo desired in that regard. W.
H. HoogR in the Trouba
dour's song from Robin Hood
earned an encore. B. L. Marx
drew the bow on tho violin with
such effect as gained him a recall,
while Charles Kreuter of tho
orchestra gave onn of bis fine per
formances on the cornet.
-Taken altogether it was a good
beginning aud gavo promise of
futuro triumphs of organized
Madam Yule, who lately ar
rived from tho Coast, is located at
tho Englo Houso, Nunauu street,
whero alio is prepared to per
manently remove moles, warts aud
supeiiluous hair, by electricity.
She has also for Bale an excellent
face bleach, warranted not to in
jure the skin. Madam Yule makes
a specialty of electric treatment.
FOKEia.N VFSSKLB EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Duo
Schr I.ouls Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Bchr Goldeu Shore. ..Newcastle..
Schr Kcho Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Bk Nuuanu New York
Am bktn Amelia, Puget Sound
8S AniArapiiora,....Puget Sound,
Am likCeloi ,,1'uget Sound
Am bk Fresno Pugct Bound
Or ship II F Glade llremeu July 31
8 8 Mlowera Vancouver May 16
B 8 Doric S F May 18
8 8 Peru Yokohama May 83
8 8 Warrlrano Sydney May 31
8 8 Australia SF May25
8 8 .Mariposa Colonies May27
Ilk Colorado Newcastle
Ilk Mauna Ala Newcastle
llktn Knseneda, , . . , .Newca ttlu, , , , .Duo
Ilk Helen Denny ...Newcastlo,,.,,
Ship Loutlaua Newcastle
Bktn O O Funk Nowcastle
Ilk ChuB Kenny.. .Nowautl
;o. n.'s iiamidi:t.
Very PIi-khhuI Event Attended by
Over two hundred members,,
ox membors and friends of Com
pany B. gathered in tho Drill
Shed after the company's regular
drill last night. The occasion
was a banquet in honor of Cap
tain E. O. White, who has decided
to stay with his old company.
Tho partition between tho quar
ters of Co. B. and Co. O. had been
romoved. In this enlarged spaco
a long table, loaded with all kinds
of eatables and drinkables, had
been placed, aud prettily docorat
ed, by Caterer Chapman. At
tho fioad of tho tablo sat
Captain White, Colonel Fisher,
Major McLeod, Major Jones, Cap
tniti Schaofer and other officers of
the N. G. H., Major MoLnod act
itig as toaat master. On either
side of the tablo wero seated tho
Co. B boys aud thoir guests.
When overyono had about had
thi-ir fill of solids and liquids,
speech making was started. Cap
tain Wliitt said ho would
stay with the company, aud hoped
thn members of tho compauy
would back him up in making a
respectable showing of tho com
pauy ou all occasions in which it
Speeches by Col. Fishor and
othors followed that of Capt.
White, after which music, Bongs
and recitations wore had. ' Twos
a happy crowd which sang "Auld
Lang Syne," ond thon dispersed
at midnight to go home ami
dream tho good time over ajjain.
Olllce: 210 King Street.
.... AND ,
general Business Agents
Lonna Negotiated and Collections
Stocks Bought and Sold..
Hooka Audited aud Accounts Adjusted,
Bills Bought andNDtau
Discounts!, ' .
Fiie and Life Inswanc?. Aqeqltf
Commissioner of Deeds
State of California.
Having been appointed and commissioned
a Commissioner oi Deeds (or the State of Cal
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions and stllda
Tits. To take and certify the acknowledgment or
proof of powers of attorney, inorlirnL'C,
transfers, i;rai.ts, deeds or other Instruments
A. V. GEAR,
Telephone 856. 21U King Street.
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1896, $10GM5.16
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Ravings liuuk for Monthly Deposits.
Houses llnilt on the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Series of Stock now open
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR. Secretary.
Chamber of Com merer. Rooms.
Office hours, 12:30 1:30 P.M. 373-tf .
J. S. WALKER,
Oeneiui. Aoent rou Hawaiian Islands.
Royal Insurance Company
Alliance Assurance Company.
Alliance Marine and Qeueral Assurance
Bun Life Assurance Company of Canada.
Wilheluia of Madgeburg Insurance Com
Scottish Union and National Insurance
Room 12 Spreckcls Hlock, Honolulu, 11. 1.
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for the Hawaiian
Orr'OKi Merchant utroet, Honolulu i
A. V. GEAR.
No. an King St.
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