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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 14, 1897.
CITY FRONT NEWS shipping intelligence.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
' Fhidat, Hay 14.
Sclir Kaulkcaoull, from Hawaii.
Stmr Kllauca Uou, Weir, from Hawaii.
Br 8 8 Amarapoora, Cameron, from Paget
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoua, from PorcI
O A O 8 8 Dclglc, Rlndcr, from China
NEWSY NOTR8 " THE BRINY
HUNG JUKI Iff TUB BHEACH VV
M. . Delate Inward mid Oulward-N. S.
Amarapoora front Pna;et lonail-
Aleug Ik Wh.mi.
Ejectment Cave on Third Trial-Elder -Holt
Decided Hubjeeta for
t V t
. 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 Cent Cheaper Than Elsewhere!
50 Per Gent Cheaper Than Elsewhere!
Compare Our Prices I Others.
' Compare Our Prices I Others
Don't Forget the Discount
25 Per Cent Below Actual Cost!
On All Goods
Temple of Fashion,
S S Belgio sails for San Fran
cisco at 4 p m.
The barkontino I regard will
sail for Han Francisco on Mon
day. The S S Amarnpoora is dis
charging nt Allen & Robinson's
The bark Amy Tumor arrived
April 30 at Hongkong from Ho
nolulu. Tomorrow, high tide large 4:07
a m;high tide small 2:10 am; low
tido large 8:00 a in; lowtidosmall
1Q:25 p in.
The ship W H Macy 'has moved
into tho stream. She will be
loaded and on hor way to Now
York sometime next week.
The bark Ceylon, II Calhoun
master, arrived this morning, 28
days from tho Sound, with a car
go of cedar ties, consigned to
Allen & Robinson. Fair weather
is her report.
The steamship Amarapoora waB
yesterday released from tho custo
dy of the United States marshal
by the settlement of the libel
claims against hor in tho Fedoral
court. Soattlo Post Intelligences.
Mr W E Howell had a couple
of bags of government coin to ship
in the steamer Mauua Loa this
morning, but in some way missed
the boat by a few minutes. Hush
ing to tho end of Pacific Mail
dock, ho got into a small boat and
transferred to the tug Eleu, which
was just leaving. Leaving his
two bags of silver and gold in tho
mall boat, which the tug took in
tow, he stood on the Eleu's deck
and cast anxious glances after the
Mauna Loa. Gapt Hilbus had
tooted tho tug's whistle for the
Bteamer to stop. The steamer
slowed up, but did not stop until
near the bell buoy, where the coin
was safely transferred.
S. B. Heinle.
The S S Belgio arrived from
China and Japan shortly after
midnight, and entered the harbor
this morning. Sho brought a lot
of Chinese and Japanese for Ho
nolulu, and had some for tho
Coast. A large shark was caught
during the night while the steam
er lay off port.
The British tramp Bteamship
Amarapoora, Cameron master,
sailed from Port Townsend May
4 and arrived here this morning.
She is consigned to T H Davies
& Co. Fair weather was expe
rienced throughout the passage.
The steamer's cargo was loaded at
Astoria and ports on Puget
Sound. She has 1100 tons of
general merchandise and 700,000
feet of lumber. The lumber is
for Allen fc Robinson. After dis
charging her cargo at this port,
the Amarapoora will return to
Puget Sound, and from there will
go to Central America.
From Japan and China, per
S 8 Belgio, May 13 Dr and Mrfl
S Asano, Rev J B Lewis, Mr W
11 Kin, Mr and Mrs Paul Guy
nomer, Mr Morgan Davis, Mr H S
Ein, and 110 Japanese and 314
From Puget Sound, per S S
Amarapoora, May 14 Mrs L Do
Lion, Miss Qraoo De Lion, Mis
Matilda Do Lion, Miss Jessie Do
Lion, Miss Louise De Lion, Mr
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Mauna Loa, May 14 Mrs Le
Glair and 2 children, Mrs Sohlei
fer and 2 children, Mary Alapai,
Miss Isobella, J Eeanu, Miss
Cornwell, 8 F Ohillingworth,
Mrs J F Clark, H It Hitchcock,
Dr A Mc Wayne, Mrs F Stook
bridge, A F Cooke, W H Baugh,
E P Dole, W Warne and wifo, P
T Phillips and 64 on deck.
MAGOON To (be wife of J. Afred Mafcoon,
In 'Ionolulu, on the 13th day of May.
Fhiiut, May 14.
Stmr Nocau, Peterson, for Lahalna,
8 S Heinle. Kinder, for San Francisco.
Stmr Mauna Loa. Slmcrsou, for Maul and
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Kiliuku and
Stmr Kauai, Drutin, for Makawcll, Walmca
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Lnhnlna, Ho
nokau mid Kukuthaclc.
VKSBCI.i IS POUT.
UBS Philadelphia, Cotton, San l)lck'o, April
UBS Mar6n, flrcetio, San Diego, March 13.
11 1 .1 M 8 Nuuina Knn, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am bktn Newsboy, Mollcstad, Newcastle,
Ger bk Paul ltcnbcrc, Wullman, Liverpool,
Am ship W It Macy, Araesbun-,9 F,Aprll 30.
Am schr V U Talbot,Uluhm,Wetport,Mayl.
Am ship Susquehanna, Sewall, Japan, May (I.
Am bktn Irmijard, Schmidt, 8 F, lay It).
Am schr Robert hewers, Goodman, S F,
Am brct W G lrnln, Williams, 8 F, May
Haw bk U P Rlthet, Thompson, 8 F,
Am ship Reaper, Young, Newcastle, May
Bktn Enscncda, Tojcs. Newcastle. May IR.
FOIIKION VFBSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trora Duo
Sclir Louis Newcastle
Sclir Novelty Newcastle
Schr Golden shoru. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolaul New York .... May 31
Bk Nuuauu, New York
Am bktn Amelia, Vunet Bound,....
Am bk Fresno, Pngit Sound
Grshlp II F Glade Bremen July 31
8 3 M low era Vancouver May lrt
SS Doric 8 F May IS
8 8 Peru Yokohuma May 2a
88 Warrimoo Sidney May 24
3 S Australia S F MayiU
S 8 Mariposa .... Colonics May-J7
Bk Colorado Newcastle
Ilk Mauna Ala Newcastle
Bk Helen Denny ...NuwcaMle
ctlilp Louidana ..... Newcastle
Bk Chas B Kenny,. .Newcastle
Tramp (at kitchen door) That oak
Cook It's somo tho cookln school
yqmig Ictldies niuilc twlnty things mix
ed wid 40 things.
"I wish I had Bonio."
"Wull, Oi'll glvo yo n picco if ye'll
ate it outdoors. Oi don't want yo to die
in th' houso." New York Weekly.
"Woman," said she, "is actuated by
prinoiplo and not by tho sordid 'busi
ness instincts' that dominate man."
"That explains," said he, "why sho
will spend SO cents in car faro to save
2 at a bargain salo tho prinoiplo of
tho thing, you know."
Sho sniffed a sneering snort Cincin
Nat What U Wanted.
Haskell What's Bobby crying for?
Mrs. Huskcll Oh, tho poor boy caught
his linger in tho pantry door.
Haskell H'ni I Ho ovideutly didn't
got the jam ho was looking for that
Tho Safe Time.
"Dah's only ono time," said Unole
Kbcn, "when it's sufo tor conterdict a
man, an dat'swheu ho puts on a melan
choly look on stalits in tcr tell 'bout
how old ho's glttiu tcr be." Washing
Traveling Incognito In 1018.
The fetorni at Sea.
The cloud wax Klttlnc. on tho air.
The nip was stuffed with breeze.
It made a ntoo, soft easy chair
As bouncy as you ploase.
The Boa was moist as moist could be,
Bo moist that you and I
Might mop throuKh all eternity
And never mop It dry.
There came a bang of thnnder loud.
It bumped against the poles.
The lightning jiggled through the cloud
And picked it full of boles.
The raindrops trickled down like tea
Or ginger beer upset.
They trickled straight Into the tea
And got their feet all wet.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
ftr ivnth, -
Judgo Perry has rendered a de
cision on the petition of John D.
Holt Jr. and others for tho ap
pointment of a guardian over
John D. Holt Sr. and Jas.B. Holt
Br., ordering them placed under
guardianship, parties to bo heard
hereafter on(tho person to bo ap
pointed. Ilosa for petitioners;
Clastic and Oreighton for respon
dent?, who have filed exceptions
to the decision.
J. D. Tucker J. W. McDonald,
J. J. Sullivan, J. V. Jones and A.
II. Ilowut, of defendants to the
suit of J. F. Bowler vs. E. O.
Macfarlauo and others, have, by
Thurston & Stanley, their attor
neys, filed an .exception to tho
findings of tho master, George
Lucas, and to his refusal to rniiko
findings of the facts as requested by
them. E. O. Maofarlano also, by
his attorney, O. Oreighton, files an
exception to tho refusal of tho
master to allow him certain items
of expenditure made by him in
particular and to all tho findings
of the roport in goneral.
Judgo Perry has appointed A.
S. Muhaulu administrator of the
estate of Annie K. Mahaulu under
Argument is proceeding this
afternoon in the ejectment case of
Kanoii vs. Knioipahia and others
before Judge Carter.
At 12:30 this morning the Ha
wtiiau jury trying tho case of
Oharlotto Boyd vs. John Gandall,
for $10,000 damages for breach of
promise of marriage, reported
their hopeless disagreement and
were discharged by Judge Perry.
It has transpired that the jury
stood eight to four for tho plain
tiff. Hosa aud Robertson for
ilaintiff; G. Brown and Bul
ou & Einney for De
fendant. The jury were out
eight hours lacking ten minutes.
Af er atenmeut at this tnorniue'a
session, Judge P?rry ruled that
the crtBe would not be tried again
Judge Perry is ho tring a re
triul of tba ejectment case of R.
W, Holt vt-. Goo Kim, on wbioh
it jury disuRreed ltiBt week, the
following mixed jury being in the
box: Kihol lio, Jos Elivu, J.
Poui O L. Brown W. 0. Weed
ou, H. G. D.iufnrd, R. Lim:ihann,
J. Maua, U. K Eli D. P.
Thrum, L. Singer and M. A Gon
tjulve:. Roan fur plaintiff; Uobt-rt-snu
and Wood for d fendnnt.
Judge Curler heurd the case at
the previ ms term, when a
verdict for the laiutff was ren
dered ,huttheSupremeCotirt grant- '
ed ti new iriiil nn n point uf luw.
Judgo Perry presided nt the first
trial this t-rtn, and there being
no objection wised heard the case
now u second time.
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