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"WE ARE THE
We Have Been and Shall
All So-Called Clearance Sales.
K" No catch-penny
B-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
NOTE THIS: o
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.
Silkolmes 15 yds $l.oo.
Cretons, IS yards
Wo don't nfk you to
Stores and compare
Temple of Fashion,
M. G. SIVA,
OTHERS AND THE DISCOUNT
advertising affair to induce the public to visit our store.
is Defied r
OIL CLOTHS, ALL COLORS,
15 CENTS PER YARD.
take our word for it. Get prices at other Dry Goods
them with the plain figures marked on our goods.
EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 81, 1897.
NEWS OF THE SEA '
THE O. O. MNKK COP III! EMrAB
I.IHIIE9 A HEW KKOORD.
U.S. 8. Adams ouiunrdou Hatnrdar
Anolher Collier Arrlvc.-Notea
ol Iho City Front.
S,S Coptic Btiila for the United
States at 5 p in today.
Gny's steam-boat departed for
Kauai ou Friday evening.
The DBS Olympia is at Yoko
hama and tho USS Boston at
Tho .7 A Cummins is on tho
boatel to leave ut 7 a ra tomorrow
on her regular route.
The OSS Australia will leave
at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon,
Juno 2, for tbo Coast.
A lot of beuvy machinery for
Ewa Plantation lias beou landed
from the bark Audrow Welob.
By tho S S Australia 2GG pack
aces of stores for the U S, flagship
Philadelphia wero received.
Tomorrow, high tide large 3:1G
ptu;liigh tide small 1:50 a m; low
tide large 7:15 am; low tide small
The U S training ship Adams
sailed at 2:30 p m on Saturday for
Seattle. She received 2G5 pack
ages of stores at this port.
On Saturday morning the big
American ship Susquehanna set
sail for Now York. Her cargo
consisted of G4,G41 bags or 4097
The American ship Louisiana
arrived yesterday, G7 days from
Newcastle, N. S. W. Sho brought
2018 tons of coal. Fine weather
was experienced during tho voy
age. Tho ship A J Fuller is expected
to arrivo here soon to load sugar
for Now York. Sho is on tho way
from tho Orient. Tho ship Eoa-
noko was to leave China on June
1, also bound for Honolulu.
Tho 8 H Coptic.
Tho O fc O S S Coptio, In man
Sealby commander, arrived off port
at 3:44 a m today, and entered the
harbor later. The Coptio left
Hongkong May 11; arrived at
Shanghai om the 14th, and sailed
on the 15th; arrived at .Nagasaki
on the lGtb.and sailed on the 17th;
arrived at Kobe on the 18th, and
sailed on the 19th; arrived at Yo
kohama on the 20th, and sailed on
the 22d. The passage from Yoko
hama was made in 9 days 9 hours
and 45 minutes, whioh establishes
a now record for tho Occidental &
Oriental steamers. The best pre
vious record for the O & O was
held by the S 8 Doric.
For Honolulu tho steamship
brought three cabin passengers
and 538 Chinese immigrants. For
San Francisco she has 82 cabin, 1
European steerage, 214 Chinese
steerage, and 2 Japanese steerage
From Hawaii, per stmr Noeau,
May 29 Mrs Kompster and 22 on
From Eauai, per stmr Waiale
ale, May 29 liev S Kadi, Miss
Julia K Doiron and 26 on deok.
From Kapaa, per stmr Jamos
Makee, May 29 R O Spalding,
Mrs Lindemaun, Leong Roe and
14 on deok.
From Hawaii, per stmr Helono,
May 30 Capt J A King, W E
Rowell, Dr Derby and J Frobeso.
From Kauai, per stmr WGHall,
May 30 H P Baldwin, A Dreier,
A Dreier Jr, H Wellegroth, J H
Cu minings, 0 Bosse, J Opfergelt,
J M Lydgate, H Labents, Miss M
Bechert, Kev K P KabaleoltvRev
J B Hanaike, Rov R Waiale
ale, Rev Q L Kapa, Judge J K
Kapiniai, Miss'P Chairman, J M
Faustino and 37 on dock.
From Maui, por stmr Claudine,
May 29t-G P Wilder, O H W Nor
ton, Miss M C Beckwith, A F
Cooke, W J Lowroy, Dr R I
Mooro, J Winter, Rov E M Hanu
na, J K losopa, Mrs Kauhi Mahu,
Rov J Kalino, Rov H K Makekau,
Rev J Osabe, Monalei and son, J
K Keaunui, Rov A Pali, J G
Rothwell and 45 on deok.
From Onhu ports, per stmr Ka
ala, May 29 Mrs Georgo Weight.
From China and Japan, per S S
Coptio, Moy 310 B Spalding,
Mrs R O Spalding and M Miya
moto. The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Satuhuay, May 29.
Stror Mokolll, Bennett, from Molokal,
Maul and Lnal.
Btmr Walalcale, Parker, from Ranal.
' Btmr Nocaa. Peterson, from Hawaii.
Btmr Claudine, Cameron, from porta oa
8tmr Kaena, Wilton, from Walalua.
Stmr Kaala. Moslicr, from porta on Oahn.
Utmr J A Cummins, 8caile, from Oaliu
Btmr Iwalanl, Gregory, from Molokal.
Bclir Mol Walilnc, from tlamakua.
8UNDAY, May 30.
Btmr Helena, freeman, from Hawaii.
Btmr W O Hall, Hftglund, from ports on
Stmr Kcaubou, Thompson, from Kauai.
8tmr James Makce, Tullett, from Knual.
Am ship Louisiana, ilu'now, from New
MoNnvv. May .11.
O A O B 8 Coptic, Sealby, from Cuina
Batumi tr. May 29.
USS Adams. Gibson, lor Seattle, Wash.
Am ship Susquehanna, Bewail, for New
Monday, May HI.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Lahalna, Homt
kaa and Kukulbaele.
Stmr Kaena, Wilson, for Walalua ports.
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Oaliu ports.
S S Ooptle, Sealby, for San Francisco.
VE88EL8 LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Kauai, Brnhn, for Uunamaulu, Wal
mea and Kckaba.
Stmr Walalcale, Parker, for Nawlliwlll,
Kllauea, Kallhlwal and Hanalei.
Stmr W G Hall, UaKlund,' for ports on
Stmr J A Cummins, Searlc, for Oahu
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Mtuil.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTB.
Ex stmr Ktauhou 2207 bags sugar.
Ex stmr J A Cummlus 140d bags sugar.
Ex stmr Ililcne 10,815 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Walalcale 3500 bags sugar, IO'J
Ex stmr Noeau 10(10 bags sugar.
Ex stmr James Makic 20S1 bags sugar, 15
Ex stmr WG Hall 0250 bogs sugar, 21
bagi pla, 8 bdls hides, 2 horsis. GS pkgi tsun
dilcs. Ex ettnr Claudino 4293 bags sugar, 90
oags poiaioes, .1. nas eo
cattle, tV pkgs sundrks.
bags potatoes, .17 m"S corn, 3d bogs, 40 head
VESSKLd IN POUT.
USS Philadelphia, Cotton, San Diego, April
USS Marlon, Grccno, San Diego, March 19.
U 1 J M S Naulwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Gcr bk Paul lscnberg, Wullmau, Liverpool,
Am ship Reaper, Toung, Nen castle, May
Bktn Ensenada, Toyes, Newcaitlc. May tit.
Am bk Fresno, Underwood, Port Townscnd,
Am ship Louslana, Halcrow, Newcastle,
Am bktn ti it Wilder, McNeil, 8 F, May 23.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, 8 F, May 3.
Am bktn Echo, Foye, Newcastle, May 24.
Iirlt bk Helen Denny, Smith, Newcastle,
May 94. l
8 8 Australia. Houdlctte, 8 F, May 25.
Am schr Viking, Peterson, Washington Itld,
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, Pugct Sound,
FOREIGN VF8SEL8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Uao
Schr Louts Newcastle ... ,
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Bk Nuuanu New Vork
Or ship II FGIade Bremen July 31
Bk Colorado Newcastle
Bk Mauna Ala Newcastle ,
Bktn C C Funk Newcastle
Bk Chas B Kenny.. .Newcastle
Am schr Aloha 8 F Due
Bk Palmyra, ....PtGainble
Ambk Mnhlcin S F Duo
Am bktn W II Dlmoud ...,SF Duo
Schr Jessie Minor Eureka Due
Am bk Martha Dayls , ...8 F Due
At Kmm Mquare.
The Government baud will play
at Emma square this evoning with
the following program:
Oveituro Ten Girls and No Husband
Fantasia Fandango Ho wo (I
Ballad-Allsa Mine Newlon
Yarlatlous My Old Kentucky Homu
Cornet Solo Columbia (by request)..
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Fantasia Golden BloDdo EUenberg
Waltz-Walklkl Beach Berger
Quadrille Iho Times ,,. (Joule
BY TOLICE T CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms the a'ory com
ing from Lima to tbe effect that the
State Department has lpdged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the release of
the mate of tho American bark "Uncle
John." He wis ashore on December
19 last at Callao, and was arrested be
cause of hla constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or in bottles at the
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up.
Iii iho (Jiroiilt Court fBAMB
the First Clicull, Hawaii t8TAMl8
an Islands. JanteB J Byrne vs. John
Allen, H. Allen nnil other-, at Cham
bers. The Reputdlo ol Hawaii: To
the Marshal of tbo Hawaiian Inlands,
or his Deputy, Greetlug: You are
hereby commanded to summon John
Allen, Henry Allen, Heury Rhodes,
W. Us Lambert, A. Feek, B. F. Dil
lingham anil Oahu Railroad & Land
Co. to appear tea days alter i-ervlce
hereof, If they reside oa the Island of
Oahu, otherwise twenty days after
service, before suoli JtHge of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Circuit as shall
be sitting at Chambers In the Court
Room, at, Honolulu, In the Judlulary
Building, to answer the annexed bill
of James J. Byrne. And you are fur
ther commanded, by order of the Hon.
A. W. Curler, 1st Judge ol the Circuit
Court of the 1st Ciruult, that process
be served upon W. A. Kinney, Esq ,
for and on behalf of A. Feek and that
a temporary Injuuctlnn Issue as prayed
for ngulnst the O ihu Rllrond fc L mil
Company, A. Feek, his Attorney,
Agents mid Fouidih. umI have you
then llieio this Writ, with your re
J Dt-iT Witness the First Judge
1 SEAL jof lhp Circut Cou lor J0
First Circuit, at Houolulu, this 27th
dav of July, 180(1.
(8lg) GEORGE LUOAB,,
I 1106, Civil Code.' Tho tlmA with
In h loll un not is to be done,
chitll be computed by excluding the
tint day mill including the lual. If
the I ii" i, day be Hunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to bo a true
co is of the original numinous lu "aid
cause, and thalsuld Court ordered that
service tie made uton t-uM uon resi
dent defeudaut, A. Ftek, by publica
tion of the same and continuance of
said cause until tbe 28tb day of June,
1807, at 10 o'clock In tbe forenoon.
Honolulu, H. I., March 10, 1807.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a power of sale contained in a cer
tain mortgage, dated tho 25th day of
June, 1891, made by Charles Lelunann
and Johaua Lebmanu, Ills wife, of Ho
uolulu, Oahu, to Paul Lemlte, of Ho
nolulu, Osliu, recorded lutlie Register
Otllce, Oibu, lu Liber 131, on Pages
208 and 209, notice Is heroin gl vVn that
the moitgagee intends to foreclose tbe
same for conditiou broken, to wit:
Nonpayment of Interest when due.
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of three w ok from the
date of this notice, tbe properly con
veyed by said mortgage will be sold at
public auction, at the auotlou rooms of
James F. Morgan, In Houolulu, on
Tuesday, Juue 8, 1897, at 12 o'clock
noon ol said day.
Terms: Cadi, U. 8. gold coin. Deeds
at Durcbaser's cxnetixe.
PAUL LI2MKE, Mortgagee.
Further particulars may be had of
A S HUMPHREYS,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Honolulu, April 22, 1897.
The premises covered by said mort
gage oouslnt of:
That certain piece or parcel of land
and known as L 1 4, by survey of M.
D. Mousurrat, dated January 8, lb91,
and more particularly decribed by
metes and bounds lu the deed of John
Magoon to said Charles Lelmmnn, and
lotitainlngan area of 5,852 rquare feet,
being a portion of Royal Paieut Grnnt
No. 2453, touether with all buildings
and appurteuaunes thereon. 811 4t
TUG OF WAR
Pavilion Beretania and Alaksa Streets.
SATURDAY, June 5,
AT 7:30 r. M.
CtTEotrlos can be made at Thrum's
Boo. Store up to JUNE 1.
Crayon and Water Colors
PICTURES ENLARGED AND NEATLY
From $5 00 up. Samples to be seen
at my Studio, 22 Beretaula Street.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Plaoe, whoro Trained
Nnrseg, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
For Rent or Sale
Neat Cottage and grounds on Nuuanu
near Knkui street, only two minutes walk
from the basiness portion of the city,
COJ-tf A. V. GEAR & CO.