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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 28, 1897.
WE ARE THE OTHERS AND THE DISCOUNT
1 . .- $
We Have Been and Shall Continue to
All So-Galled Clearance Sales.
WE QUDTE PRICES
12 No catch-penny advertising affair to induce the public to visit our store.
Competition is DefiEd
-Because THE TEMPLE OF FASHION will retire permanently from business
and in order to do so is willing to sacrifice their entire stock at prices that will as
o NOTE THIS:
Farwell Cotton, 16 yds $1.00.
Printed and Figured French Organdies,
That formerly sold for 35c. and 40c. are now offered at 10c, 15c, and 20c.
Lawns and Dimities, 12 yds $1.00.
White Linen Ducks, 6 yds $1.00.
Ginghams, 25 yds $1.00.
Silkolines 15 yds $l.oo.
Ore-tons, IS yctrdLs S1.00.
OIL CLOTHS, ALL COLORS,
15 CENTS PER YARD.
3? We don't ask you to take our word for it. Get prices at other Dry Goods
Stores and compare them with the plain figures marked on our goods.
Temple of Fashion,
NEWS OF THE SEA
irKPlN moin II1K BBIM1T WAVM
M. G. smvA,
M. U. Amarapoora Ontward Bonud
Thl moruliiic-H.rk Ceylon Sails
Kln.ii lir Other Iklaud.
The S S Amarapoora departed
for Pugot Sound at 7 a m today.
The bark Ceylon sailed this
morning for Port Townsond, in
Tho steamer Kaala is ongaged
these dnyH iu currying coal and
water pipes to Kahuku.
Tho lwalaui loft at 10 a m last
night for Kalanpapa, Molokai,
with tho Board of Health party
Tomorrow, high tide largo 3:1G
pmjhigh tide small 1:50 a tu; low
tide laige 7:15 a in; low tide small
Chas Gay's now steamboat
Btarted for Kauai yesterday even
ing. Sho had not gone very far,
however, when her noso was head
ed for the harbor again. The
boat has been entirely unsatis
factory since sho was put in the
wator here. Tho hull was not
built strictly according to agree
ment, and the ens engine which
furnishes propelling power does
not work well.
When the steamer Kinau was
leaving this forenoon, the officers
of the Bteamer Lehua, which was
lying at tho next wharf, wore
standing on the port side, watch
ing the outgoing boat. Some one
shouted to look out or the steamer
would capsize. Tho captain and
officers of tho Lehua are said to
each weigh over three hundred
pounds. As the steamor was
heavily laden, it is possible the
warning to tho heavyweights
The now twin-screw steamor
Kaiser Wilholm dor Qrosse, sister
ship of the Friedrich der Qrossei
of the North German Lloyd line,
was launohed at Stettin, Germany,
on May 4, in tho presence of Em
peror William. The Eaiser Wil
belm der Grosse is the largest
steamer afloat. She is of 28,000
horse power, will carry 20,000
tons of cargo and 1500 passengers,
is 649 feet long, and has four
funnels. She has two engines,
with quadruple cylinders, occupy
ing separate compartments and
working independently of each
other. Sho will sail for Now
York on September 14.
Fun on tho Wlmrf.
A native of tho "Fadorland"
who peddles sausages for tho Me
tropolitan Meat Co, drove down to
Inter-Island wharf this morning
to sell Borne of his goods. Jump
ing off his cart,he went aboaid the
James Makee for a few minutes.
Returning, be started to go up
town,but his horso persisted in go
ing in tho opposite direotion to that
which his master endeavored to
guide him. The boys on the
wharf began to laugh at the puz
zled saus'age vendor. Suddenly
tumbling to the conclusion that
a trick had been played on him,
the sou of the "Faderland" jump
ed to the ground and looked at the
horse and then at tho wagon.
Getting on his seat again, he
gently palled ono rein he caught
on. The boys had crossed tho
reins and for quite a while enjoy
ed a heap of fun. When tho sau
sager comeB to tho whart here
after, it will be no josh to ask
him, "How are tricks?"
The Chilean Govornment has
erected, several lighthouses on its
coast, under the superintendence
of Mr. Sleight, lighthouse con
structor to the Chilean Govern
ment, during the presidency of
Senor Jorge Montt, tho most im
portant of which is on the Evan
gelistas Rocks, 24 miles from
Capo Pillar, the western entrance
to the Straits of Magellan. The
Evangelistas Light was first ex
hibited on September 17, 189G, the
last day of President Montt's
term of office, and has been about
two years and a half in course of
construction. All the materials
had to be transported a distanco
of eleven miles by the steamer
Janez, specially purchased by the
Chilean Government for this pur
pose. The rocks are situated in
tho most exposed and tempestu
ous part of tho Southern Pacific
ocean, aud tho erection was a
work of great danger and difficul
ty. S F Com Nows.
For Maui and Hawaii, per Btmr
Kinau, May 28 Volcano: Miss
L Friberg, Mr Uchan and son.
Way ports: Mrs K R S Wallace,
Mrs F Sponcor and 2 daughters,
Mis Maedonald, Mrs Schafer,
Mrs Hanua, Miss Dohorty, Mrs
Silva.J G Rothwell, Rev H H
Brand, A Micbahtsohke and
daughter, Mrs Coakloy, Mrs
Chang Kwoug, Mrs Acheo, Mrs
Ahfoo, Wm White, CW Dickey,
Miss Dickey, Mrs Achilles and 3
children, and 05 deck.
TiitiJismY. May 27.
Slmr Koala, Moslior, from purls on Oahu.
TituiunAT, May 27.
Bttnr IwalanI, Gregory, for Molokal.
Finn it, May
attni Ifnnlt fmhpr. fnr Knlmkll. ilL&Ilj
8tmr Kluau, Cluikc, for Maul an
Stmr James Makcc, Tullett, for KapaK1
8tmr Lehua, Nye, for Olowalu and Ku
kalau. Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, fot Port Town
end. S S Amarapoora, Cameron, for Puget
VESSELS IN POUT.
USS Philadelphia, Cotton, Ban Dligo, April
0 8 8 Morion, Greene, Ban DIcro, March 18.
n 1 J M 8 Nanlwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
USS Adams. GlbBon, Illlo, May 19.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Gcr bk Paul leenberg, Wulluian, Liverpool,
Am ship Susquehanna, Bewail, Japan, Slay 6.
Am ship Itcapcr, Young, Newcastle, May
Dktn Ensenada, Toyes. Newcastle. May 13.
Am bk Fresno, Underwood, Port Townsend,
Am bktn 8 U Wilder, McNeil, 8 F, May 23.
Haw bk Andrew Welch. Drew, 8 F, May 23.
Am bktn Echo, Foje, Newcastle, May 3.
Brit bk Helen Denny, Bmltb, Newcastle,
B S Australia. Houdlctte, S F, May 25.
Am schr Viking, Peterson, Washington Isld,
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, Puget Bound,
FOREIGN VPBSELB EXPECTED.
Schr Louis Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Ilawbklolaul New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuanu New York
Grshlp (1 F Glade,.... Bremen July 31
8 8 Mariposa Colonics May 27
Bk Colorado Ncwcastlo
Bk Mauna Ala Newcastle
Ship LoiiBlaua Newcastle
Bktn OC Funk Newcastle
ilk Chas B Kenny... Newcastle
Am schr Aloha 8 F Due
Bk Palmyra PtGamble
Am bk Mohican SF Due
Am bktn W IIDImond ....SF Duo
Schr J esslo M Inor Eureka Due
Am bk Martha Davis 8 F Due
WEST In this city, May 27. 1897, Myra,
wllo of Gideon West, aged 01 years.
Funeral services lrorn her late resi
dence, Beretania and Punchbowl streets,
at 8 p m today.
Hot urn of the Crulsor Detroit.
New York, N. Y., May 17,
The cruiser Detroit arrived today
after an absence of nearly three
years on the Asiatic station. Sho
brings a lot of blue jackets from
European and Asiatic stations,
whose terms of enlistment have
expired. She was ordered homo
in January for repairs, and would
have gone to Mare Island but for
the fact that she had to bring tho
short-torm men back.
There were ten doctors present
at the last session of tho Medical
Association last evening, two of
whom woro visitors.
Drs. Kellogg and French woro
elected to aotivo membership.
Papers were read by Dr. An
drewB on "Conjunctival Irritation
Caused by Refraction," Dr. Alva
rez on "Tuberculosis" and Dr.
French on "Neuraesthenia."
After a short discussion on the
papers read tho annual meeting
waB declared adjourned.
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at the World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
onstruction,regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agent,
16J Bethel streots.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Uncertainties niut n Certainty,
Tho attention of tho public is
now fully occupied and divortod
in tho consideration and discus
sion of several important current
and prospective happenings. An
nexation, as yet unseoure, Re
ciprocity threatened; the coming
of the Naniwa, and her mission
after arrival; the outcome of tho
war between Greece and Turkey '
and, whether or no, all Europe
will ovontually becomo involved;
tho sottlomont of the quarantine
squabble aro all thomes of much
conjecture and uncertainty, and
whilo opinions aro freely offorod,
nono can accurately foretell tho
outcomo of any of those matters.
Nevertheless, it is becoming more
apparent, as each day passes, that
Buffalo and Hoffbrau aro tho
favonto brews, and it is gratify
ing that assurance is given that
regular shipments of these whole
some and strengthening bever
ages can be depended upon, and
that thay will, as heretofore, bo
dispensed at tho Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that the interchangeable check
system is an established fact.
Valuable Business Property on.
Nuuanu street, bringing a good
Several Lots near Punchbowl
and at Makiki, tho Choicest Resi
dence Property in the city. A
perfect view from Diamond Head
to Ewa, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl street, only five minutes
walk from the Post Office.
We also have Comfortable
Housos for sale on easy terms si
tuated on the following streets;
Lunalilo, Kinau, Kukui, Has
singer, Beretania, Young, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston Avenue,
Punahou, Liliha and Nuuanu.
Building Lots in all parts of tho
oity on the instalment plan.
Several well established Lodg
ing Houses. . ' '
A. V. GEAR
Coffee Lands on Hawaii and a
Pineapple Ranoh with lime and
other fruit trees near Honolulu,
i t. '
210 King Street