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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 17, 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 Cent Cheaper Than Elsewhere!
50 Per Cent 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,
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M. G. 5IDVA,
NEWS OF THE SEA
TWO OCEAN I.INKKH
. 8. IHIowera on Schedule Tline-S. H,
Doric nuke Speedy Paiinga
IiitereatliiK ldarlne Newa
The ship B F Hitchcock arrived
at New York from Honolulu.
Tho British bark Samoa arrived
ut New York from Honolulu May
S S Miowera anils for the Colo
nies at 4p m. 8 S Dorio for the
Orient at C p m.
One tin of opium, partly used,
was found in tho trunk of a pas
senger from tho S Id Miowora this
Tomorrow, high tide largo 5:35
p m; high tide small 4:30 a in; low
tide large 9:54 p m. low tide small
02:0 a in;
The S S J)orio arrivod at. an
early hour this morning, having
made a fine run of 5 days, 18
hours and 47 minutes.
The Kaala brought in tho last
load of sugar from Eahuku yes
terday. Eahuku and Laiu have
finished for tho season.
The S S Dorio did not enter the
harbor this morning, but anchor
ed near tho mouth of the channel.
Passengers, baggage and mail
were transferred by ix Uacktelu
& Go's steam barge.
Following is tho report of the
obliging purser of the 8 S Mio
wera, which arrivod last night:
The RMS Miowera, Chos W
Hay commander, left Victoria
B O at 2:20 p m, May 9, 'and
cleared the straits of Juau do
Fuca at 7:45 p m same day. The
whole of trip from thonco to port
was marked by fiuo weathor and
smooth wator, enabling tho ship
to arrive up to dato although Van
couver was left a day behind
arl Ilackfeld Cut Danu.
Tho German ship Mario Hack-
feld, loading redwood lumbor at
Long wharf, was rnn into by tho
steam schooner National Oity,
Friday evening. It mny be found
necessary to disohargo hor cargo
and have at leant two new plates,
a beam and four or five ribs put
m. Examinor. May 9.
A Marlue Monster.
Stettin, May 5. The new twin
screw express steamer Sir Wil
helm do Grosso, sister ship of tho
Friedrich de Grosso, of the North
German Lloyd line, was launched
hero yesterday. She is of 28,000
horse-power, will carry 20,000
tons of cargo and 1500 passengors,
is G49 foot long, and has four
funnels. She has two ongines,
with quadruple cylinders, occu
pying separate compartments and
working independently of each
A bag of raonoy,rec6ived aboard
the steamer James Makoe at Ea
paa last trip, was found on being
opened at Honolulu to havo
changed into iron washers. That
is the common report heard on the
wharf this morning. An offioial
of the Inter-Island Go. was ques
tioned about the matter by a re
porter, but would give no inform
ation beyond that a detective bad
been put on the case. As far as
could be learned, no suspicion
has been placed on any of the
At Sou Frniielaro.
Arrived May 1: Sohr Muriel,
15 days from Honoipu. May 2:
Miss stmr Morning Star, 23 days,
bk Mohican, 19 days, bktn W H
Dimond, 18 days, from Honolulu;
brgt J D Spreokels, 14J days
from Mahukoua. May 3: Ship
Roderiok Dhu, 15 days from Hilo;
sohr Queen, 24 days from Mahu
kona. May 6: S S Alameda, G
days 14 hours from Honolulu.
May 10: S S China, 5 days 20
hours G minutes from Honolulu.
Sailed Mayl: Bk Annio John
son for Hilo. May 7: Bk An
drew Welch for Honolulu; brgt
Lurline for Eahului. May 8:
Bktn Planter for Eahului. May
9: Bktn S G Wilder, sohr Aloha,
1300 Up In Nmoke-
There was an oxoiting time in tho
railroad yard near the wharf this
morning. A tank of Peerless
paint took fire and blazed merrily
for an hour, sending up a huge
column of black smoko. Thous
ands of pooplo gathered on tho
waterfront below Chinatown to
j watch the great sight. A lot of
rails, just received from Europo,
aro being trented with Peerless
paint to preserve them, Hawaiian
soil boing very hard on iron.
Whilo ono rail was boing lowered
into tho tank, it slipped from a pair
of tongs splashing some of tho
liquid into tho fire under the
tank. The paint, which contains
tar, asphalt and other inflammable
ingrodients, caught fire, and con
tinued to burn fiorcoly until the
arrival of a chemical engine from
the fire department. The fire en
gine had to bo taken to the fire on
a flat car. Mr Dillingham stated
that tho loss of paint amounted to
From Eauai, por stmr Mika
hola, May 1G J S McCandloss,
Anton Cropp, J Anderson and 3
From Eauai, por stmr W G
Hall, May 1G Mrs Mary Brazil,
Mrs M W Backus, Eugono Buf
fingtou, Mrs M J Sumraerfleld,
Mrs J Bonnie, Miss Juliette Smith,
MiBS Emma Piopor, W H Rice Jr,
S M Dodge, M Hedomann, A S
Eorr, J W Bergstrom, T P Sev
rin, E Heldring and 52 deok
From Maui, per stmr Olaudine,
May 1G H P Baldwin, Thoo
Wolff, L L McCandless, Mrs O P
Emerson, D O Lindsay, W O
Waldvogel, Mary Joseph, Dr
Eodama, Miss A Bailey, Mrs
Olivoira, Prof Maxwell, Mrs New
combe and 55 deck passengers.
From Vancouver and Viotoria,
por CASS Miowera, May 16
Mrs Samuel Carter, Mr MoEay
Smith, Mr and Mrs Fedoroff, Mr
Harmon, Geo Otterson and Mr
From San Francisco, por S S
Dorio, May 17 Rev Arthur M
Clark, Geo Deacon, Mrs Eia Na
haolelun, Mrs C Wolters, E O
Broomo and valet, Fred Maopher
son, Paymaster Jas E Cann,
U S N, J W Caum, U S N.
For Yokohama, por 8 S Dorio
May 17 Ernest Heldring, F G
Prison, Prof Koch and Mr Stoec
kle. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
8atuiiay, May 15.
Stmr Lchua, Nye, from Hawaii.
Sun DAT, May 16.
8tmr W O Hall, Uaglund, from ports on
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, from porta a
StmrNocau, Peterson, from Lahalna,
Stmr Kaala, Mother, from Oabu ports.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, from ports on
CASS Miowera, llay, from Vancouver
Stmr Iwa, from Honoipu.
Stmr J A Cummins, Seaile, from Bird
and Rabbit Islands.
Mondat, May 17.
O OS 8 Doric, Smith, from San Fran
Sunday, May 10.
J A Cummins, Searlc, for Oabu
.Mondai, May 17.
Stmr Kacna, Wilson, for Walalua ports.
Stmr James Makcc, Tullett, (or Kapaa.
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Kahuku and
Stmr Mokolll, Bennett, for Molokal, Maul
Stmr Walalealc, Parker, for Kllauca, Ka
Ublwal and lUualel.
Stmr Kllmiea Hou, Weir, for Maul and
CASS Mlnwcra, Hay, fur Sura and
SS Doric. Smith, for Japan and China.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr Kinau, Claiko, for Maul and
Stmr W O Hall, Haglund, for ports on
Am bktn Irmgard, Schmidt, for San Fran
olsco. CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr Claudlne 6041 bags sugar, 163
biiL's corn, 78 bags potatoes, 5i head cattle,
osliogs, 51) bdls hides, 80 pkgs sundries.
Ex otmr Mlkabala 331)9 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Kaala 147 bags sugar.
Ex stmr W O Hall-5733 bugs sugar, 150
sheep, 0 bdls hides, 30 pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr Nocau-4135 bags sugar,
f Ex stmr Lehua 'J700 bags sugar.
At Emma Square.
The government band will play
at Emma square tonight, with the
March-El Capltan Sousa
Overture Poet aud Peasant ....Suppe
Selection 11 Trovatore Verd
Cornet Solo Ulcn Island(now) Short
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
FantaBla Ooldcn Blondo (new)....f.llenbarg
A Reminiscence of tha Midwinter Fair..
Polka Squceo ..Casey
CIXKnitATINfl A WEDDING.
Urnud Ball Ulvin by Mr. nml Mr,
lucuberir nt Kcknha,
For tho colebration of tho wed
ding of their oldest daughter..
Mies Anna Isenberg, with Dr.Jur.
Theo. Wiehen in das grosso Vat
orlaud, that all GermanB come
from, Mr. and Mrs. Isenberg gave
a grand ball' at their residence at
Eekaha, Eauai, last Saturday.
The house was beautifully illumi
nated within and without. Tho
district was invited, came, amused
themselves, ate more than was
good for them, and wont homo
sorefootod, tired and having the
opinion, that Mrs. Isenberg had
beaten tho record, set by herself
years ago. 4
Everything was dono "right up
to the haudlo" by Mr. and Mrs.
Isenborg, and nothing was loft to
wish, but not so with the guests,
for example, it is not nice for a
fellow boarding in a plantation
boarding-house or living on mo
derate moans to starvo himself
from the time he gets the invita
tion, throe, four days in before
hand, and then come to the party
as a fenoe-rail and after refresh
ments look like a barrel, particu
larly as many of the guests did
did not deserve it.
Refreshments were not served
out according to merit, tho fellows
holding down the verandah-rail
aud occupying tho choice seats on
the verandah, a-talking sugar
cano, were as well treated as the
hardworking' class the dancors.
"A man who does not work for a
living should not have one," says
Herr Most, but Mrs. Isenberg is
not socialistically inclined, and
that is my reason for complaint,
but I will forgive them all, as they
do not get entertained that way
any other place.
Tho writer wishes Mr. and Mrs.
Isenberg much joy in their now
role as parents-in-law, and wishes
that they had a daughter getting
married every six months; lie has
now the remembrance, dyspepsia,
and one of those beautiful hand-
painted dance cards to mark tha
event. A Workwoman.
Unccrlalnlle aud n Corinlnty.
Tho attention of the public is
now fully occupied and diverted
in the consideration and discus
sion of several important current
and prospective happenings. An
nexation, as yet unsoouro, Re
ciprocity throatoned; the coming
of the Naniwa, and hor mission
after arrival; the outcome of tho
war between Greece and Turkey
and, whether or no, all Europo
will eventually becomo involved;
the settlement of the quarantine
squabble aro all themes of much
conjecturo and uncertainty, and
whilo opinions aro freely offered,
note can accurately foretell tho
outcome of any of those matters.
Nevertheless, it is becoming moro
apparent, as each day passes, that
Buffalo and Hoffbrau aro the
favorito brews, and it is gratify
ing that assurance is given that
regular shipments of these wholo
somo and strengthening bever
ages can bo depended upon, and
that thay will, as heretofore, be
dispensed at the Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that the interchangeable oheck
system is an established fact.
A Ueiiiime Alrahlp.
NoBhville, Tenn., May 6 To
day at the Tennessee Centennial
Exhibition grounds, Prof. Arthur
Barnard, physical instructor of
the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation of Nashville, begun a jour
ney in an airship constructed by
himself. Tho ofiiciuls of tho ex
position and tho people attondiug
tho exposition witnessed the ns
oont of the Horial voyager. Tho
ship moved off in porfoct, ordor
and passed out of sight in a few
minutoe. Prof. Barnard promis
ed to sail ugainst the wind, rising
into the air, and ho did eo. The
airship will be oontinued in uso
at tho exposition. Prof. Barnard
said bo would land at the starting
point to-night. The airship is 45
feet long and 20 feet in diameter.
The Godd-rd' Lectures. The second
of the Goddard lectures was given last
night before an audience which was
thoroughly in iccord with the lectur
er end listened to his splendid descrip
tions of tlie art of 'brewing "Italnler"
beer. Ho remarked that only the best
of hope and malt were usee1 .thus in
suring a healthful beTerage. On tap
or in bottles at the Crltenro saloon.
Nicoly furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from 11.00 per week up.