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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 12, 1897.
Ribbon - and
Opens MONDAY, April 12th,
Temple of Fashion.
MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
2S-PER CENT 28
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Shirt Waists ! Shirt Waists !
With Ties to Match !
Latest Styles !
New Designs !
25 Per Gent on the Actual Cost 25
Wll 1 IT U5fcGiL IB
MONDAY, APRIL 12th.
Don't Forget the Discount !
' 25 Per Cent on Actual Cost!
Tfl. &. SIEVA,
NEWS OF THE WATERFRONT I SHIPPING IHTELLIGENOE.
KIAIHNi: ITI'JIS NCItM'F.lt VI
ALONH TIIK UIICKS.
Another Coal Lhpii Vessel; Arrive
The W. F. Ilabrork Nnlea About
Tho ship Luzon is loaded. Sho
is to sail tomorrow.
Tho British gunboat Wild Swan
was at Makaweli on Saturday.
Tho baric Mohican will leave
for San Francisco tomorrow with
a full cargo.
The old bark Matilda has
finished discharging, and has
moved to tho mouth of Nuunnu
Tomorrow, high tide largo 0:48
a m; high tide Binall 1:25 pm; low
tidn largo 7:23 a m; low tide Bmall
7:10 p Jn.
Tho ship W F Babcock sails
this afternoon for New York.
Ilor cargo consists of 55,849 bagB
sugar, weighing 3188 tons.
Tho Atnorican barkentino Mary
Winkelmon arrived this'morning,
CO days from yowoasllo, N S W.
Sho brought a cargo of coal for
Wilder fc Co.
The Japanese steamer Kinai
Maru was moved up to Pacific
Mail wharf this morning, but, on
account of two cases of smallpox
boing discovered at Quarantine
Island, sho was ordered back to
the stream. Tho cases are among
tho immigrants landed from that
nioil nt on.
It is said that one of tho Japa
noso passengers ot tho Kteamor
Kinai Maru died during tho
voyage and was buried at sea.
Although it is claimed ho died
from ii.jnriea received by being
washed about tho deck of tho
vessel by a heavy sea, it is possi
ble that doath was caused by con
Electric Holl Illlov.
A Boston man has inventod an
olectric bell buoy which automa
tically Btrikes its own number at
regular intervals, thus enabling
the captain of any vessel within
hearing distanco to know his po
sition on the darkest night or
foggiest day. Threo of thoso
buoys have boon placed in Boston
harbor and will bo tested by Gov
ernment officials. Exchange.
From Lahaina,por stmr Mikaha
la, April 11 John B Alexander.
From Kupaa, por stmr James
Makoo, April 11 Miss A Tlirouos
and one on deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Kauai,
April 11 -Mrs J Black, 0 Dann
hauor and II 'A Austin.
From Kauai, por stmr W G
Hall, April 11-G N Wilcox, Mrs
Lydgato, Mrs Kaiu, T Janson,
Miss Loua Hart and 59 on deck.
From Maui, por stmr Claudine,
April 11-G V WJMpr, n 11 Berg
and wife, Miss llorg, 11 P Baldwin,
OASpreckels, WLHolokahiki, JH
Pamaiaulu, J K Saundors, J L
Paoa, J 11 Bichardson, (Jnpt L
Ahlborn, Miss L K Brooks, G
Hundorp, Miss It Panui, Miss It
Taylor, W H Corn well, Miss L
Baldwin and 5G on deck.
toKh.. VkSSI.I.S EXPEOU).
VcsmIj Where Irom Due
NIc lik Dominion, ....Newcastle...,. ,.,Due
tier bk Paul lscuberi:..,.Merpool.. Din
Sclir Louis Xewcattlo '
Hk ".N'ovaboy. .. . Ncnriatlu
Sclir Novelty Newcastle
Am ship Ucapcr... Newcastle
Ilk Korluna .. New radio Apr 0
fcclir ColiU'ii bhoru. . . New emtio
Bchr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk lolanl New York .... May .11
Sclir Olga Newcastle MurSI
Uk Nuuanu, .IN'cw York
Bchr Wrn How den Newcastle April
Am Sclir Oicanla Vance,.. Newcastle, ApriiO
Sclir V II Talbot,.. Newcastle .Apr an
Ain lik Albert b V
Am bk Abb ii Ileum-.. . .8 V
BB Wanlmoo Vhtorla Apr 10
B B lllo Jaiielrc 8 K Apr 17
B is Australia SK Apr 27
8 8 Doric Yokohama Apr 23
8 B Mlowcra Sydney Apr 24
BBAIanu-da Sydney Apm 2!)
Am Man Aicln-r B F Dun
Am likU I) llijaut ... V ...,.-Duo
Am Mill Auiulli, . . ..Puget Bound
8 8 Atnarupiiora,. ,.1'ugct Sound
U B U Phlludi IphU, .Ban DUgo
AmiiclirTraii.il 8 H, .."..
Am ItktiiBN faille, 8 K
AmbkOjloii. Puget BiiiiihI
lUwbMIPJHlhet B K
Am bkn liiuganl H y
Am bk I'lixnn, 'iii Hoiiml
ll. 17, hi' ibcKu ll.W. l'at'k. ,wl-
foil) j me, oIj, '
SfMur, April II,
Stmr Kauai, Brulin, from Kami.
Stmr Moeau, 1'etenon, from Kauai, '
Btmr Mlkahala, Thompson, from Labalna.
Stmr Jnmra Makec, Tullett, from Kaaal,
Stmr Ulaudlne, Cameron, from porta on
Stmr J A (Jummlns, Seatle, from Oahu
Stmr WO Hall, Ilalunil, from ports on
MoNDir, April I?.
Am bktn Mary Wlukclmnn, Benncche,
from New castle.
Monday, April 12.
Stmr Kaala, Mosher, for Oahu ports.
Stmr Keauliou, TlHitnptoii, forKoloa.
Stmf James Makec, Tullett, for Kupaa
Stmr J A CummiiK, Scarle, for Oalm
Stmr Mokolll, Dennett, forMolokal, Maul
VESSELS LEAV1NU TUMOUIIOW.
Stmr Ulaudlne, Cameron, for Maul.
Am sblp Luzon, Parke, for New York.
Am bk Mohican, Saunders, for San Fran
cisco. Stmr Matina Loa, Slmcrson, for Maul anil
Stmr Inalaul, Gregory, for Uonokaa and
Am bktn W II Dlmoml, Nllsou, for San
Stmr Knual, Druhii, fur.MnkaM.il, Walmca
Stmr W 0 Hall, Halund, for Nawlllulll.
Uanamaulu, Koloa and Eleclc. '
CAnaOES FROM ISLAKD TORTS.
Ex stmr Noeau 3S33 bai; jugar.
Ex stmr Mlkahala 4U45 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Jamis Mnkec 8050 bags sugar.
F.x stmr Kauai 70UO bags sugar, 2J pkg
Ex slmr V (! Hall nT.'3 bags sugar, 50
bdls hides, 50 bkgs sundries.
Ex stmt Claudine VS7S burs sugar, -J5S
bag potatoes, 40 bags corn, SS lags bones,
50 head cattle, 141 hogs, 100 hides and 80
VEbSELd IN POUT.
USS Mirion, Gieene, Ban Ulego, March IS.
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Am ship W F Babcock, Graham, S F,
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Pt Blakely,
Am bk Matilda, McKcnzic, Port Blakely,
Am ship Geo Curtis, Sproul, Nagasaki,
Am ship Iroquois, 'faylor, San Francisco,
April 7. '
Am schr Alice Cooke, Feuhallow, Port Gam
ble, April 8.
Am bktn Mary Wlukelmau, Benncche. New
castle, April 12.
Jap S 8 Kinai Maru. Sakata, Kobe, April 9.
Haw bk Rosalie, Nisscn.Chsimtlmus, Feb 21.
Am bk Seminole, Wecdou, Newcastle, Apr 5.
BOOTH-ln San Francisco, March 2S,'l897,
to tliu wife ol Charles W. Booth, a
whom: thi: ciiii;- jiuont
Coii(tntir(2 from ll Page.
From freight earn
ed by Amoricun
1 Foreign freights
2 -In tor - Island
ericaus: 1 I u c o r p o r atcd
than sugar aud
ship) which is
2 U u incorporated
than sugar uud
ed by American
T o t a 1 American
imports ot Ha
at two aud ono
half por cont
for throo yours,
American not pro
fits undor treaty $ 0,130,517
Id 18'.)ir) tho importations from
tlui United States, both Puoifio
and Atlantic ports, amountod in
value to 91.C7U.0 1-1.88, of which
$3,018,765.42 reproBoutod valuos of
goods ontorinu undor tho Treaty
regulntioiis, Of tho total importa
tion YultiitH for 1805 tlift United
Htatos onjoyml 70,01 pur cent, tho
hiiluiuiu being dlvldod among othor
Uuiinu iHilll.oiit of a total Yfiliiii
i)tf7,Ul,m,WUn- iiujiorlM, 7U.0H
por cont of tho whole camo from
uir Pacific Coast ports, anil 3.1!)
per cont from tho Atluutio ports
of tho United States, making
07.27 por cont of ontiro trado on
joyod by tho manufacturers and
producers of the Dnitod Statos.
Tho carrying trado of tho Ha
waiian Itopublio for 1890, both
imports and exports, was con
ducted by Amorican vossols, or at
least 82.C3 por cent of tho wholo.
In addition to this, J5.2G por cent
of tho trado was enjoyed by vos
sols that at loast 10-10ths ,of
which aro ownod by American
Again it may bo stated that tho
carnaqo of sugar from Hawaii to
Atlantic porta of tho United
Statos during the season of 189G
was effected mainly by Amorican
built and ownod shipi, .-13,820
tons out of a total of 51,111 was
shipped upon thoso vossols, tho
balapco upon throo vossels two'
British and ono Hawaiian-owned.
As a mattor of fact, tho Ha
waiian trado with tho United
States is tho only sailing route on
tho faco of tho gloho monopolized
in any measuro by tho Amorican
ilag, and this is simply duo to tho
oiroumstauco that Amorican citi
zens own tho greatest bulk of the
property in Hawaii and control
its interests. Our trado with tho
Hawaiian TtopnM'V increased
over a million dollars during
189G; boyond tho valuos in 1895,
and it bids fair to show a yearly
augmentation, provided no ad
verse legislation intorvonos to
prevent its growth.
In return for tho sugar, rico,
coffee and othor products of tho
Hawaiian group, tho consumers
of tho islands "have bought tho
lumber from our forests, tho coal
from our mines, hay, flour and
grain from our farmers and mill
men j butter and cheese from our
dairies, fruits fiom our orchards
und cannories, winos lrom our
vinoyards and winomakors, textile
and fiotilo products of our looms
and factories, and a multitudo of
our varied manufactures. Even
tho refined supar used upon tho
tables of families on tho Islands
is roturnod from the Pacifio Coast.
Nothing is produced on the
Islands for homo consumption
except a few fruits aud vegetables,
no factories or manufactures oxist,
except for tho making of raw
sugars or tho hulling of rico, but
everything neodod on tho islands
coraos in tho main from tho United
Tho Hawaiian Islands aro not
and can novor bo competitors in a
commercial sonso with the United
States, until tho day arrives when
tho Pacific Coast produces suffi
cient beot sugar to supply tho- de
mands of tho ontiro United States
Tho fruits sent to tho Pacific
Coast in no wiso compote with
nuy products of tho United States,
on tho contrary, tho bananas and
pinoapples that now arrive en
able consumers to purchase tho
samo at lower rates than thoso
asked for similar products of Mex
ico or Central Ainorica.
Thou, too, tho increased produc
tion of Coffee, expected within tho
noxt fow years, will onahlo Amor
ican consumers to obtain that
valued article of consumption, at
lower rates than cither Central
American or other countries cuu
supply tho demand.
Tho profits derived from this
now branch of industry will rovort
into tho pookots of American in
vestors, and thus another source
of gain will bo derived from the
Tho point at issuo is, will the
Producom nnd Mmnifncturors,
the Exportors and Shipowners,
tho. Bankers aud Insurance mou,
togothor with tho thousauds of
Laborers, Farmois aud Mechanics
of tho United Statos not object to
tho abrogation of a treaty that has
ouabled thorn to obtain prulila
aud obtain wages by its opera
tions? It seems that tho initiation of
tho opposition to tho troaty is of
u sectional oharactor and if Con
grosH intends to consider tho
samo in that light it behooves
ovory Pacifio Coast rosidont to
bestir himself in order to maintain
iu all integrity a position that, if
uudofoudod, moans ruin to all our
trading proupoctB with tho Ha
I'ort Orvlntril OUIcvr'o I'liini.
Souttlo, Wush., March 27. Ac
cording to a naval official, recent
ly returned from tho Coast, W,1I,
Whiting, oomiuumlaiil of tho
Pugot Hound naval station nt
Port Oruliunl, will within Hlxly
days Ihi irninitoj In a mmlnljioy
uud iiuiiNfuirutl to tint AtUntio