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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 22, 1897.
60 inch at
56 inch at
Former 3?rice S3 oer Dozen;
Temple of Fashion,
M. G. SIEVA,
50c. the Yard.
65 inch at 60c. the Yard.
40c. the Yard.
60 inch at 45c. the Yard.
All Colors at 15c. the Yard.
Selling at ffiS.
NEWS OF THE SEA
riOKKU IIP UN
01 fV FRONT.
Terr llet Day Alone tlio Docks
Varloua marine Item, from -
The Mokolii is on the Marino
The Helene will sail for Ha
waii on Monday.
Tho Wm G Irwin is loading
sugar for the Coast.
HBMS Wild Swan is to leave
on Tuesday for Esquimalt.
The schooner Moiwahine will
sail on Monday for Faauilo.
The Kaala will dopart at 9 a m
Monday for Kahuku and Puna
luu. The American ship Wm H
Maoy will probably Bail on Mon
day for Now York.
The Iwalani will take tho Board
of Health party to tho lepor set
tlement on Molokai next weok.
The British ship Dalcairnio has
sailed from Kahului for Now
York with a cargo of 3050 tons
Tomorrow, high tide largo 9:45
pm'high tido small 10:50 a m; low
tide large 4:00 p m; low tide small
Portland (Or), May 8 The
United States lightship No G7,
which is to bo stationed off Uma
tilla reef on tho Washington
coast, was successfully launched
this afternoon at Stiffin's ship
Washington, May 8 Tho littlo
steamer Pinta, which has served
for many years as a gunboat in
Alaskan waters, has been ordered
home to Maro island. Sho has
outlived her usefulness, and to
insuro her a safo voyage down the
coast the Alert has beon ordered
from San Francisco to Sitka to
convoy tho Pinta.
Tho gas launch was launchod
from tho Marino Railway this
morning, Her muBta have been
Tho steamers Waialeale and
Mikahala will lay up next weok.
The end of the sugar season jb at
Tho S S Amarapoora will finish
discharging about next Wednes
day. Sho will return to the Sound
as soon as possible, having a
charter to take freight to Central
From Kauai, per stmr James
Makee, May 22 R O Spalding,
Mr Von Hatnin, Miss 1) Davis
and 5 deck.
Mnplo Sueur Drops.
Maple sugar drops nro mado by incit
ing a pound of rfitiplo sugar witlt n cup
of water uud boiling tlio sirtp until it
ia a creamy ball. Let it cool when tho
sirup readies this stage, and wheu you
can bear your finger in it begin stirring
it. When it is about the consistency of
lard, ImcSd it on a uiurblo board or u
platter until it is an even, smooth fon
dant. Melt it by betting tho bowl in a
pan of boiling water and drop it by tho
spoonful on buttered tins. Exchange.
Old Fashioned Lemon 11..
A lemon, a coffco cup of sugar, yolks
of 2 eggs, 3 tablcspooufnls of flour, half
a tcacuptul of milk. Grato tho rind of
tho lemon, squeeze out tho juico and
chop tho remainder fluu. Beat tho yolks
and sugar together and mix with tho
other ingredients and bake in n medium
sized pio plate. Beut tho whites to n
stiff froth, add n tablrspoonful of sugar,
spread over tho top when done and
Hats nro trimmed high on one. sido
and aro worn well forward over the
Bed is much worn at present, but
later, it is suid, grays and mora sub
dued colors will bo seen.
A revival of tho early forties is
barcgo, but all sorts of grenadine and
canvas aro cu sale.
Vesuvius red leads in colors, but ele
phant's breath, london smoko and robin's
egg bluoaroalfcorcprehciited, along with
other familiar hues with now names.
Piquo suits for summer will bo mado
in tho coat and skirt stylo; also shirt
waists and skirts, tho waist being, how
ever, of Bilk.
Tho surpllco effect is now seen almost
as much 'as tho boloro.
Fancy waists of chiffon aro fashiona
bly worn with black satin skirts.
One very protty fashion is tho uso of
chocked, dotted and embroidered black
nets made up over colored and fancy
silks for dressy, high necked costumes.
Many yarioticsof semiprecious stones
which wero not recognized by jewelers
a few years ago aro now quito fashionable.
Fhidat. May SI,
Stmr Kaala, Mother, from porta on Oaha.
Stmr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oahu
Bcbr I.uka from Paauilo.
Bchr Kaulkcaoull, from Paauilo.
Saturday, May 23.
Stmr Kaena, Wilson, from ports on
Stmr IValalealo. Parker, from Kauai.
8lmr Jnmis Makcc, Tullett, from Kauai.
Stmr Mikabala, Thompson, from porta on
Bttur Mokolll, Bennett, from Molokai,
Maul nud Lanal.
Fhidat, May 21.
Stmr Inn, from llonolpu.
Batuiidat, May S3.
Schr Ka Mot for Faauilo, Hawaii.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr James Makee 2133 baga aujrnr,
120 bags rico
Ex stmr Walali-alc "2U0 ba;rs aujtar, 20
bat's cliaieoal, 4 bells hide.
fix ethir Mikahala I5GU bags sugar, 3 bills
Ex stmr J A Cummins 1850 bags sucar.
Ex stmr Mokolll 231 uaj;B sugar, 145 bags
taro, 01 bags bones, 10U sheep, 4 horses, 6
Ex schr Kaulkcaoull 2100 bags sugar.
Ex schr Luka 1800 bags sugar.
VKBSKLd IN TOUT.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, San Diego, April
UBS Marlon, Greene, Sau Dlcgo, March 13.
11 1 J M B Nanlwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
II B M S Wild Swan, Napier, South Seas, May
U S S Adams. Gibson, Illlo, May 19.
(Coasters not included In this list.)
Ocr bk Paul ltenberg, Wullman, Liverpool,
Am ship W II Mncj, Amesbury.8 F.Aprll 80.
Am ship Susquehanna, Scwall, Japan, May 6.
Am schr Robert Lowers, Goodman, 8 F,
Am brgt W G Irwin. Williams, S F, May
Haw bk R P Rlthct, Thompson, B F,
Am ship Reaper, Young, Nan castle, May
Bktn Enscnada, Toycs. Newcastle May 1H.
Am bk Ccjlon, Calhoun, Puget Sound, May
Br 8 S Amarapoora, Cameron, Port Town
send. May II.
Am bk Fresno, Underwood, Port Townsend,
FOREIGN VFSSEL8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Duo
Schr Louis Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Schr Golden Shore. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Ilawbklolanl New York .... Hay 31
Bk Nuuanu New York
Am bktu Amelia, Paget Sound,....
Grshlp 11 F Glade Bremen July 31
8 8 1'cru Yokohama May 2a
8 8 Warrlmoo Bydncy May 24
8 S Australia SF May25
8 8 Mariposa Colonics May 27
Bk Colorado Newcastle
Bk Mauua Ala Newcastle
Bk Helen Denny ...Newcastle-
gulp Lousiana Newcastle
Bktn OO Funk Newcastle
bk Chas B Kenny... Newcastle
Haw bk Andrew Wetch....8F Due
Am bktn d G Wilder 8F Due
Am schr Aloha 8 F Due
Am bk Mohican 8F
Am bktn WIIDlmond ....SF
Bk Palmyra, I't Gamble
Schr Jessie Minor Eureka
A Fatal Barrier.
JMnlbonia Como, kiss mo, swent coz,
and I'll bo gone, (In an agitated whis
per) How on earth aro we going to
manage this? Wo haven't rehearsed in,
Foromon Jim foil down with this
form of typo and mashed it What
must I do?
Editor Run it in as a Chinese telo
gram. Chicago Record.
It's ono thing to take an order
for a portrait and qaito another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits have always been Known
to givo satisfaction and now that
they havo reduced thoir prices bo
low, an extra inducement is offer
od. See what thoy havo boforo
Feminine IiiKemilty Invent n Xcu
Form of F.iitcrtnlnmeni,
Who would ovor supposo, asks
Harper's Bazar, that pleasuro
could bo derived from horror?
The girls are fo'rover raoking thoir
brains for somo now form of
amusement. Lately they hit upon
nn original idoa, whioh, when oar
riod out, gave all who wero present
an immense amount of pleasuro.
The entertainment was calltd a
"Horror party," and tho plan was
for each girl and young man to
bring with them thoir own ospeoial
There was a dinnor first, to
which eighteen young pooplo wore
asked. The "horrors" woro not
unwrapped or disclosod to public
view until aftor tho monl was ovor.
Tho guests wero thon told to draw
for partners. Thoy rotired from
the room for a moment, to return
with neatly done-up paokapos,
tied with guy ribbons in tissuo
paper, of bright colors. The girls
thou exchanged them with their
partners und, nmid roars of
laughter, uu wrapped the "horrors."
It would bo ul most impossible to
describe all of them, but ono can
form an idea from tho few follow
ing whut merriment was created
by tho insight into ouch young
person's "pet aversion 1"
Ono young man brought a bas
ket with a large blaok eat in it,
which, when lot loose, began to
prance around the room at a livo
iy gait. Anothor objuot was a
bottle of some nasty cheap per
furao, whioh one young girl in
sisted was her ptt horror 1 Still
anothor brought an old, dilapi
dated oil painting of somo vory
cross-looking ancestor, whioh she
suid had haunted hor ever sinco
she was a ohild und had in that
way bocome hor "perfect horror,"
us it always hung over her bod in
tho nursery. Then there were
hideouu yollow plaid cravats, a
cabbage, a bottlo of musk, which,
mingling its perfumo with tho
cubbuge, made a moat ohurming
and esthetio combination. Ono
gill brought a pair of wliito satin
slippers which had always been
too tight for hor, and what greutor
horror can there bo than tight
danoing shoes? A toy frog with
rubber tube attaohed, which mado
it hop in the most natural way;
was among tho list; also a paper
rat, a Japanese toy snake, and
last, but not least, an oyster. It
seens that some one has a horror
of oysters I
After the fun of examining into
one another's pet horror was over
an impromptu cotillion was ar
ranged and the "horrors" used as
favors. For originality and hilari
ty tho evening certainly bore tho
palm. Danoing was kept up until
quite late, and the girls ar d their
Curtners left their "horrors" he
ind. The . . .
, Cor. Alakea Sc Halekauwila Sts.
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates given for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
.Marine Wiring a specialty.
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been ap-
Folnted executors of tho will of M. Mo
nerny, deceased, notice is hereby (liv
en to all creditors of tho deceased to
present their claims, whether toured
by mortgage or otherwise, duly au
thenticated, and with the proper
vouchers, if any exist, to the under
signed, within six mouths from the
date hereof, or they shall be forevnr
barred. And all persons Indebted to
the said deceased are requested to
make Immediate payment to the un
dersigned, at their oHlce, corner of Fort
and Merchant streets, Honolulu.
Honolulu, April 20, 1807.
E. A. Mo I NERNY,
J. D. MoINERNY,
W. H. MoINERNY,
Executors of the Will of M. Moluorny,
The .Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
per i went A. "