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A Bona-fi.de Closing
Out Sale !
XST On account of my departure from Honolulu I will for
Ladies' Furnis Lings,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets,
Laces, Ribbons and Trimmings,
and all other Merchandise that a First-class Dry Goods Store general carries
Not at a Profit.
Not at Cost.
Tfrnt nt n TViffccmnt
OF 25 PERCENT
ON THE COST PEICE.
ftST A Discount of 25 Percent on the Cost Prico of overy piece of goods
in the Storo
E If you arc skeptical get prices on the goods you want at other stores
and then compare them with my figures.
jfS3 The Terrmle Of Faslaioil W'U k closed on March 29, 30
and 31, to allow our inermd shffto v)inr!'' goods in nlnin figures.
A. S"Wfeexoillg' Reduction of 25 Percent on the Cost
Price will bo given.
We Will Sell You G-DQds
n and Riter Upril 1,
at a Prico that will make you exclaim,
HDW DD YDU DD IT ? ;
THE ANSWER WILL BE
I Mi IE
n ''in? f ,'l Va-fr ' -
IDetySt ftr $40,000
M.ust Close this Stock Out by
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EVENING BULLETIN, MAEOH 2G, 1897.
the nojft DXTiH"fcy
CITY FRONT NEWS
II IN A UUltr IAV AI.OMJ T1IK
The Old Luiul.fr I!rk Mntlldn In Port
Steamer Kliimi Omunrd IliU
A sloopy day ou the waterfront,
S 8 Warrinioo was 15 miles
south at 2:30 p. m.
Tho bark Diamond Head has
hauled in from tho stream.
Tho bark Martha Davis began
loading sugar today, receiving an
instalment of No. 1 from the Li
keliko. Tomorrow, high tide large ....
am; high tide small 0 :30 p m;low
tido largo 7:10 a m; low tide small
5:G4 p in.
Inspector James Bicknoll is to
bo traiibfei red from tho Port Sur
veyor's dopartmont to the statisti
cal department of the Custom
For a few minutes today tho
guns of tho U S S Marion woro
kept hot by filing salutes. Tho
Japanese Minister had hardly got
ashore, when Minister Damon
boarded the ship, recoiving a salute
The American bark Snow nnd
Burgess is off port as tho Bulle
tin goes to press. Sho is said to
bo liound from San Francisco with
grain for Vladivostock, Siberia.
She is piobablyiu distiess. Lator
Tho vessel has goii" by ports.
Tho S S Kinau doparted this
morning for "tbo rainy town" and
ports on tho way with lots of
freight and a faii uumbor of pas
sengers, ymto a lot of CJuineso
nnd Japanese went in the stoamor
foi plantations on tho other isl
ands. The ship Benj F Packard receiv
ed nn instalment of 13o0 bags No.
2 sugar from tho Likeliko today.
Sho needs botwoon 9000 and 12,
000 bags raoro to complete her
cargo. Tho Packard will leave in
tho early part of not week for
The old bark Matilda, MoKon
zio master, arrived this forenoon.
Sho had a pleasant voyago of 20
days from Port Blakely. Sho
brought 412,750 foot of lumber for
Alien & BobiuBon. A pilots-went
out to the bark, but his sei vices
were not accepted. "While being
towed in tho Matilda grounded in
tho sand near the Spar buoy,stand
iug still for a few minutes. The
old vessel had a list to port when
sho came in, which old seadogs
say was cnusod by tho provisions
on tho starboard sido being eatou
From Kauai, per stmr Noeau,
March 25 Mrs AVong Chow and
G deck passengers.
Vf SSKNOEItS DEPARTED.
For Maui nnd Hawaii, por stmr
Kinau, March 20 Volcano: J JJ
Irving. Hilp and wny ports: Miss
A Ahhu, Mrs J L Carter and
daughtor, J Wakefield, G F Little,
F J Biggins, Mrs AV A Hnrdy,
Miss Harrison, H McCorriston,
Mis Siebort, Capt Bobs, F North
rup, B F Lango, Misb Forbes,
Mrs Maohado, Miss Ahiu, W R
Sims, P Morris MoMahon, W D
Wise, 0 II Kluogel, LA Andrews,
G P Wilder and 70 deck passen-
t .. .I, i,
Tiioiisdat, Mar. ?5.
Stmr MKellki-, Frctuinn, frmn Hawaii.
Funny, Mar. !iC.
Am 1)1. Matllila, McKtuzle, Irom l'ort
Stmr J A Cummins, Seailc, from Ouuu
Am bk 8now and Burgess, from
S 8 Warrlmoo, White, from tbo Colonics.
Tnuiiaiuv, Mnr. 25.
Btmr Nocau, Piterfoii. for Luliaina.
fitmr JamtB Mukio, lullt.lt. for Knnua.
Am slitp E B Button, Carter, for New York.
Fiiidat, Mar. 26.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maul and Ilu
ADAMS-In tills city, March 85, 1897, to tho
wife of E H Adams, a dauuliUr.
KINNEY-In Honolulu, March S?, 1617, Mrs
Caroline D Klnnej Knuoral at 4 o'clock
this Frliluj afternoon, Irom tho rcBlduiiL
of Ucr bou, W A Klunci, Luualllo street.
Al'rilllllla nrQlllpll I III Mill Kullitc mill
Defendant in Mahuka vs. Bosn,
in an answer to motion to show
causo for failure to comply with
order of Court to pay monoy,
pleads professional ongagomonts
in Honolulu and Kauai, and asks
for an extension of timo to com
ploto financial arrangements.
Judgo Carter has approved tho
account of Bruco Cartwright,
trusteo of tho estato of Emma Jia
loleonalnui, lato Queen Dowager,
balauciug at S57U0.32 on either
Judge Porryis hearing argu
ment in. tho ojoctmont enso of
Buta Paaluhi vs. Wahinemaikai
and othbrs. A. G. Al.Jlobortson
for plaintiu"; O. Brown for de
fendant. (llUeun Attention.
Thcso aro days of considerable
I anxiety and porploxity to all who
havo possessions or other interests
in tho Bepublio of Hawaii, and it
is timo that our citizens camo to a
mutual understanding on sovoral
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at present
vnguo and indistinct, nnd our
dostiny cannot bo foretold with
certainly. Thoro nro thoso, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hopo
of a return to tho old ordor of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appoars far more hazy than
that of Annexation ovon to tho
most hopeful disciples of tho
Mouarohj. Bill, foi innately, in
tho midst of all this uncortainty
thoro is solaco in the fact that
Buffalo Boor has camo to stay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may oqually Bhnro tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. Wo aro
moreovor nssured that this favorite
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as horotoforo at tho Boyal,
Pacific and Co'smopolitun Sa
loons. llcatoiia "U'liy.
There aro two reasons why
people nro now paying car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Palaraa Grocery and back. Beason
1. It is tho only place on tho
Islands whore tho celebrated Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Beason
2. Aftor paying car faro both
ways patrons riuu they are money
in pocket by dealing at this "live
and let livo" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods botwoon Dia
mond Head and Moanalua free'.
Opposito Bailway depot, King
street. Tel. 755.
Sterling, tho paintor, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. He uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. GRAND OPENING
THUKSDAY, APRIL 1st,
And tho following day, I Mill display n
uow lot of
- Pattern - Eats,
Aud Noveltic3. Also
A UNIQUE "DISPLAY OF COLOHS"
Will be the feature of
MY -:- OPENING- -:- DAY.'
An inspection solicited,
MRS. M. HANNA.
(563 td Fort street, Honolulu, n. I.
AT THE PAVILION.
Every Night This Week.
Matinee: Weduesday and Saturday,
25 and 50 Cents !
Ito&erved Scats ot W11, NfoUals Company.
HALF ant! HALF
(a AN,) i)
Mixed with tho famous
IN EQUAL PORTIONS
Will make a
For tho weary and thirsty that willhrins
Joy to their Bonis.
TO III: HAD AT THE
Nitunnu and King Streots.
Art -:- Fotos
The Most Complete
and Artistic Series
of Island Views Ever
The Latest Applicanoes for Tins
Work portaining to Photography.
52 Fort St
Eagle -:- House
Mrs, Harry KlBmmB,
TABLE BOAXiD THE FINEST
.... lhCIDDINQ MANY ....
Palatable German Dishes.
New Mai'ket Restaurant.
John Communclio having leaded
from D. McKeiizlu tlm premipeH.
known n- tlo NF.W MAIIK1JP REH
TAURANT, next Mills' Grocery
Store, on Merchant Stroet, will take
uhurgo nnd open out with a full sup
ply of eatables.
EOT Ordiuuiy board. 21 tickets or
gjaf Gumo and Poultry at transient
rates. Call and nro mo.
H. HACKPELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Ilouolultt.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers ot
European and American Dry 'Goods,
Fort and Qnetn Streets.
ALLEN A ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumbor and Conl
and Building Materials of nil
Queen Stteot, Honolulu.
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