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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 19, 1897.
NEWS OF THE SEfl i shipping intelligence.
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 I
50 Per Cent Cheaper Than Elsewhere!
Compare' Our Prices I Others
Compare Our Prices Others
Don't Forget the Discount
25 Per Cent Below Actual Cost !
On All Goods
Temple of Fashion,
m. G. SIJLVA,
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NOTIS PICKED UP ALONG THE
FIT War Vesaala In Fort-n. D. M.S.
Wild Swan an II. .. Adams
The schooner Ea Moi brought
in a full load of No 1 oirolo D
sugar this morning.
Tomorrow, high tide large 7:10
pm; high tide smnll 7:05 a m; low
tide large 11:32 pm; low tida small
2:05 a m.
Tho American four masted
schooner W H Talbot, Iiluhm
master, sailed at noon for Port
Townsond, in ballast.
The U S S Adams arrived from
Hilo this morning and anchored
in naval row. There are now fivo
war vessels in port: U S S's
Philadelphia, Marion and Adams,
H I J M S Naniwa and HBMS
Wild Rwitn Ketnrun.
HBMS Wild Swan sailed from
Honolulu April 27; arrived at
Christmas Island May 4, leaving
same evening for Fanning Island.
Fanning was reached May 6, and
loft again tho next day. Wash
ington Island was visited May 8,
and Palmyra the following day,
when the ship was headed for
Honolulu. On the southward
passnge, fair wind was experienced
all the way. On the return pas
sage, steam and sail were both
used, head winds and seas being
had the first three or four days,
after which fine weather was the
rule to Honolulu.
The peoplo of the islands were
all well. At Fanning and Wash
ington, the officers and crew of the
Wild Swan were treated royally
by tho Greig family. Natives of
Fanning Island visited the war
ship, singing and danoing for the
entertainment of the crew. The
peoplo supplied tho ship with
cocoanuts and other fruit. On
Fanning Island thero are forty
two people. At Christmas Island
there are six men and one woman.
The Wild Swan will probably
sail soon for Esquimalt. She haB
begun coaling. An effort is being
made ashore to have her stay for
the Diamond Jubilee.
From Kauai, per stmr James
Makee, May 19 Bishop of Pano
polis and 3 deck passengers.
From Kauai, per stmr Kauai,
May 19 Chas Gay, Miss E Gay,
Mrs A Robinson, J N Wright,
Mrs E EConant, T Nott, Mrs
JNott, A Nott, E Akina and 19 deck
For Maui, per stmr Claud ine,
May 18 Mrs A N Kepoikai, J M
Dowsett, H O Mossman, O E
Haynes and wife, D O Lindsay, T
F Sanborn, Mrs Wells and 4
children, Atam and wife; Mrs
Cabill, and Mies Robertson.
For Kauai, por stmr W G Hall,
May 18 Miss Hislop, W HRice,
O Wolters and wife, Miss Lamb,
Miss Trask, H P Baldwin, M B
Fernandoz, A Cropp and 56 deck
. Tho women nro again moving in tho
stato of Illinois iu tho interest of equal
ity beforo tho lnw. God bless them and
God ppcedthem in their righteous quest!
Tho shiuiio iH that it is left for tho w onion
to lend. Let tho men inaugurate tho
movement that w ill muko for justice.
This causa hus lost its uownesg. It has
had to pay full prico for tho crudities
and cxtrnyngunccs that gather around
every reform, bnt at tho coro tho de
mand is u righteous one, and it must bo
heard, and ultimately it must triumph.
Let no ono Ioso heart and lot no ono do
lay any legitimate offort. Wyoming,
Colorado, Utah and Idaho havo fully
enfranchised their women. "Eastward
thostar'of (this) ompirotukos its way."
Chicago New Unity.
Sho What is this mineral wool one
reads so much about?
Ho Mineral wool? Why, that's the
wool they shear from hydraulic rams.
Now York Times.
Caps of linen, wool, straw, bark of
trees and leather wcro extensively wont
in Egypt and Arabia in early times and
wero usually of a pointed or peaked
shape. Tho variety of headdressos used
by tho Egyptian ladies was very great.
Thero nro moro thanv200 lakes within
tho boundaries of Vcnozuola, ono of tho
lurgest being 1,000 feet nbovo tho level
of tho sea, The Orinoco river, tiio laroost
in Venezuela, is 1, 160 miles long.
Wednesday, Ma; 10.
Stmr Ivralani, Gregory, from Hawaii.
Stmr Kaala, Moshcr, from porta on Oahu.
Stmr James Makee, Tullctt, from porta on
Schr Ka Mot, Irom Paanllo.
UBS Adami, Glbion. from Hilo.
HBMS Wild Swan, Napier, from South
Stmr Kanai, Brubn, from Kauai.
Stmr Kaena, Wilson, from ports on
Wednesdat, Ma; 10.
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Kahuku and
Am schr W II Talbot, Blubm, for Port
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Nocan, Peterson, for Lahalna, Uono
kaa, and Kukuthaclc.
Am schr Robert Lewcrs, Goodman, for San
OAROOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex schr Ka Mol 850U bags sugar'.
Ex stmr Kaala 240 bags rice.
Ex stmr James Makee 2B50 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Iwalanl Sill bags sugar.
Ex stmr Kauai 7030 bags sugar, 000 bags
Ex stmr K;oa 100 bags sugar, 9 bdls
KEPPLER-At Pearl City, May 15, 1897, to
the wife of Paul Keppkr, a son.
VKS3KLS IK PORT.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, San Diego, April
UBS Marlon. Greene, San Diego, March 13.
II 1 J M S Naulwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
II B M S Wild Swan,Naptcr, 8outh Seas, May
V 8 S Adams. Gibson, Hilo, May 19.
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Am bktn Newsboy, Mollestad, Newcastle,
Gcr bk Paul ltcnberg, Wullmau, Liverpool,
Am ship W (1 Macy. Amcsbury.S F.Aprll 30.
Am schr W II Talbot, Bliilim.U'ci-tport.Mayl.
Am ship Susquehanna, oewnll, Japan, May (I.
Am bktn Irmgard, Schmidt, 8 F, Muy 10.
Am acbr Robert Lowers, Goodman, 8 F,
Am brgt W G Irwin, Williams, S F, May
Haw bk R P Rlthct, Thompson, S F,
Am ship Reaper, Young, Newcastle, May
Bktn Ensencda, Tojcs. Newcastle. May 18.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, Puget Sound, May
Br 8 8 Amarapoora, Cameron, Port Town
send. May II.
Am bk Fresno, Underwood, Port Townscnd,
FOREIGN VFBSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Where troin
Schr Louis Newcastle
8cbr Novelty Newcastle
Schr Goldm Shore. . .Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolaul New York .... May 31
Bk Nuuanu New York
Am bktu Amelia,. ,... Puget 8ound,....
Grshlp II F Glade Bremen July 31
B8 Pern Yokohama May2
SS Warrlmoo Sydney MayUl
8 S Australia SF May25
8 8 Mariposa Colonies MayU7
Bk Colorado Newcastle
Bk Mauna Ala Newcastle
Bk Uelen Denny ...Newcastle
Ship Louslana Newcastle
Bktn OO Funk Newcastle
Ilk Chas B Kennr... Newcastle
Haw bk Andrew Welch. ...8 F Due
Am bktn ci G Wilder 8F Due
Am schr Aloba 8 F Duo
Am bk Mohican SF
Am bktu WIIDlmond ....SF
Bk Palmyra I'l Gamble
Schr Jessie Minor Eureka
She Wm an Artist,
Chiininoy Say, Maggie, you'ro a
wonder when it comes to cooking. You
oughtou tcr bo wastou iyor accomplish
mints hore, for tho way you kin cook
fancy dUheB like liver and bacon is a
norfect dream Truth.
Tbero are two reasons why
people are now paying car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to the
Palama Grocery and back. Reason
1. It is tho only place on the
Islands where the celebrated Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Season
2. After paying car fare both
ways patrons find they are money
in pocket by dealing at this "live
and lot live" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods between Dia
mond Head nnd Moanalifa free.
Opposite Railway dopot, King
street. Tel. 765.
Valuable Business Property on
Nuuanu street, bringing a good
Several Lots near Panohbowl
and at Makiki, tho Choicest Resi
dence Property in tho city. A.
porfoct view from Diamond Head
to Kwa, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl street, only five minutea
walk from the Post Offico.
We also have Comfortable
Houses for sale on easy termB si
tuated on the following streets;
Lunalilo, Kinan, Kukui, Has
Binger, Beretania, Young, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston Avenue,
Punahou, Liliha and Nuuanu.
Building Lots in all parts of the.
oity on the instalment plan.
Several woll established Lodg
ing Houses. ,
Coffee Lands on Hawaii and a
Pineapple Ranch with lime and
other fruit trees near Honolulu.
A. V. GEAR
210 King Street.
Gold S Silver
E. A. JACOBSON,
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attended to with dispatch.
All work carefully and promptly ex
Cy Office: Smith street, with Bnmuel
Kaholookalani Pua. Residences Palama,