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' f Vol. ILL No. 3d 5. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY Jt, 1892.
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Evarj Afternoon Except Sundays
At tin, Olltcu, Qili'oii Mioet, Honolulu,
DANIEL LOGAN EUitor & Managor
Daily Bulletin Publishing Company,
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tions "MANAOEK DAILY BULLETIN. "
EtJAldress all matter for publica
tion ''Kditok Daily Uullkyin."
I. . Itnx Mil.
Honolulu. II. I.
Attorney at Law and Notary
Public. Met chant stieet, Honolulu. 1-91
J ALFRED MAQOON,
. Attorney nt Law and Notary
1'uIjIIc. No. 42 Merchant stieet, Hono
H"W. Schmidt & Sons,
linpoitcis & Oouiniisslon Mer
chants. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HHAOKFBLD & OO ,
Qcner.il Commission Agents.
Corner Foit and Queen atieets, Hono
lulu, 11. I. 1-91
" W MAOFARLANE & Oo ,
vJT luipoitois and Commission
Muicbants. Queen street, Honolulu,
U. 1. 1-91
GONSAIiVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants, Beaver Block, Honolulu,
U. I. 1-91
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General
Meichandisu. Queen stieet, Honolulu,
11. 1. 1-91
WILDER & CO.,
Dcilcts in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of eyciy kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-91
L EWERS & COOKE,
Importers and Dealers in Lunir
bcr and all kinds of Building Materials.
Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IKON WORKS,
Honolulu, i I E. I,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Itrnss and Lead Castings;
Machinery of every descj iptlon made to
older. lenticular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksuilthlug. Job Woik ex
ecuted at shot t notice. 1-91
J ISO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
A. & E JS rV.
Mttliiiltoiia, KoliHlu, Hnivull.
WINNER & CO.,
92 Fort Street. Honolulu
Alius Assume Copaiy
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Kinir Htreet. JIouululu.
Excellent accommodation for patients,
DIf. A. 11. ItOVVAT, V. S.
Olllee Homs 7:30 to 10 n. m.; 12:30
to 2 p m,; 4:UQ to 0 p. in.
TCLK)'iuppi ; Bell 9(1, Mutual 183,
1. 0. Box K2fl.
Corner Bothel & King Streets.
Will furnish estimates for all kinds of
Fiuiue Buildings. Mniiufaetiiieis and
dealers in Fiiiiiltuio. Thu latest pat
terns lmpoited fiom the Const Mill
woik done and all kinds of Mouldings
made at the Bluntest notice.
Sy-Fiiiiiitiuo Store at No. 00 Nuu
aiiu stieet, onpo, A Heu's, 302 ;m
About to he built ut Ilio 0 M" of Bepj,
ttijifa iipd )vut'jlimoMl Blieiits, cali etii
Mlnlng 1'urlor. Dlning-ioopi, llullway,
Beiliopius, Kllclieu, j'juitiy uud Bal-
BJ- Tiu plans cim lie seen t my
Plllce, and any ultcr.i lions dcbli'd y i
(eimnt will lie iiiadi),
auB t( u. j. McCarthy.
Australian Mail Service!
H Bt MAN PISAMOIMI'U.
The New and Fine Al Steel Slcatnsblp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
March 10. 1892,
And ill leave for the above port with
mails and passengers on or
about that date.
RaS For freight or passage, having
supurloi accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sun
Francisco on or about
March I I, 1892,
And will have ptotnpt dispatch with
mails and pussongcis for
the above ports.
03T For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, 'apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
Wilt's stBamsbip Gos
CLARKE, Command ir,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m..
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay
and Mukena the sumo day; Muhu
kona, Kuwaihae and Laupahochoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday February 23
Friday, March 4
Tuesday . " 15
Friday " 25
Tuesday April 5
Friday " 15
Tuesday " 2G
Friday May C
Returning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoehou satno day; Kawaihae,
a. m. ; Mahukona, 12 noon ; Makena,
6 P. M. ; ilaalaea Bay, 8 p. u.; Laha
ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu 6 a. m. Wednesdays
ARIUVEB AT HONOLULU.
Saturday February 20
Wednebday March 2
F No Freight will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. Mi, touching at Kahu
lui, Huelo, Hana, Hamoa and Kipa
liulu. Reluming will arrive at Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
0T No Freight will lie' received
after 4 p. m. on day of Bailing.
Consignees must be at tlio landings
to receive their freight, as Wo will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight has been landed. While the
Company will use due diligence in
handling live stock, we dcclino to as
sume any responsibility in case of the
Iobs of same, and will not be responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the care of Pursers.
W. O, WILDER, President.
S. B, ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
AT the annual meeting of tho Kwa
Plantation Cu. hold this day the
following ollleers were elected for the
C. M. Cooke President,
J. U. Castle Vicc-Piciddcnt,
K. D. Teunoy Seciutary,
J. B. Athertoti Trcusuicr,
J. H.Paty Auditor.
The above uumed ollleers also consti
tute tho Board of Diieetois.
E. L. TENNEY,
Secretary Ewa Plaii'atlo(i Co.
Honolulu, .Ian.-a0, 1692. 333 lui
I F you wunt a First-class Job of Patnt
1 lug of any desei Iptlon done, call on
the Practical Painter, J. L. Mky"" only.
Fort street 130. P. O. Box 387. Mutual
'j'eljipliouo fitliL- IBtt'tf
Young Coooauut Trees
BOr" Apply nt tlio
U20 1ui King street.
BOOTH AMD BARRETT.
Deftth DUiolrtKl tlio Thrntilrnl Alliance
of tin Ortntt TraciMllntis.
It hnd been recently announced that tlio
great tragedians Kdwlu Booth and Iiw
rente Birred would npcnr toKother no
more after tlio close of this season, The
statement proxed only too true; but death,
not mutual desire, dissolved the great
theatrical alliance when it had mouths
of life btlll beforo it. Few of the the
ntcr jjoers of the metropolis who. Bttxr tho
tragedians in their lost joint performance
dreamed that death would ring down tho
curtain upon Barrett's lifu drama first.
Barrett was in his primo and was doing
tho strongc&t work of his career. He was
flyn years younger than Booth, and despite
tbo fact tht bp )iad recently recovered
from a severe liluubs, gayo promlso of many
more years of powerful mid conscientious
effort in his beloved profession. On tho
other hand it was unanimously but regret
fully admitted by liearljJl who had Been
Booth in his primo tbatlSday upon tho
stngo wus tlono. He was old and tired and
111, and his comparatively colorless, luck
luster work uils in painful contrast to tho
virile, fiery play of Barrett. Tho Booth of
today was being as greatly overtopped by
Barrett as tho Booth of palmy days over
topped Barrett eyon in tho strongest mo
ments of Ins career.
Lawrence Barrett (whoso real namo is
said to have been Braunigun, but this is
denied) made his debut seven ycara later
than Booth. For J ears ho has been, next
to Mr. Booth, tho greatest tragedian on the
American stage, and had Mr. Booth de
cided to leave the stage, Barrett would un
doubtedly (lave been foremost in merit and
in the hearts of American pluygoers. One
of his greatest charms was his voice. "He
had tho truo tragedian's voice," said an
old actor the other day, "and that is rare
Indeed. There are fow actors today thus
Lawrence Barrett was born at Faterson,
N. J April 4, 1638. Ho died March SO,
1831. and was ponsoqusntly fifty-three
years of ago. Pf humble.origln, he forced
Lis way to tho front by sheer energy, study,
perseverance and hard work. He educated
himself, and at his death was considered
one of tho most erudite actors on the stage.
He was a bold and successful manager,
and lent substantial encouragement to
m'ahy struggling dramatists who had writ
ten tragedies of merit. In his death tho
stage loses a notable figure, whose vacant
placo years, perhaps, will not fill. With
Barrett dead and Booth's retirement' a
necessarily near certainty, what pnu&llv
ioworful American tragedians will take,
tuo Yucuiii suigur
I'rfalUeut Juuieg It. Dunn.
Every wheelman in tho country will bo
Interested in 'tlio 'picture that appears in
this nrtieo of James It. Dunn, president of
iu 4JCUKUU ut ikmcncuu n ueeiiuou. mr.
JAMES H. DUNN.
Dunn is an enthusiastic bicyclist, a hard
worker for tlio causa of honest racing
among wheelmen, and a popular man in
tho flourishing order which ho represents.
New York city's income from theatrical
licensca In IKK) amounted to about MO.OOO'
of which (11,000 was douated to the jfc(p.r4'
Wilson Barrett says there is no truth in
tho 'report that ho will come to America
i The Dramatic Mirror is making a deter-
miuea Ugnt against play pirates, and many
reputable managers have jofued it iu its
efforts to suppress this peculiar class of
The, report u$ Stuart KohsQu s to
quarry 4Mny Waldrou, la emphatically de
,pied by the actor, "Whymy vlfv bw
pidy peon Jwd Wt months," he tmys.
"("id. 1 am. pld enough to. bo WUt WhI-
H s snd that JJerr Xaver SobarweiikK,
the famous. Qvrmuu phtulit, nuw tourlug
America, uiul the founder of tho Berlin
CoiuervutadUiu, may decide to fouud a
like ltutltutlou In America, '
DECIDING RIFLE MATCH.
I.nst of tho Monthly "orloH lluwnl
Inn Hide AmrocImioii.
One of thu nioit interesting inntelies
ever shot here, took place at the
Hawaiian Killu 'Association Range
Saturday afternoon. It was the end
ing match of tho Association's first
scries of monthly mutches.
As mentioned before, each mem
ber's liest five scores were to count
for a gold and silver medal in cuoli
class, The part that proved of more
than usual interest was the struggle
fonllrat honors by Mr. J. II. Fisher,
who up to this match had held llrst
place by two points, and Mr. W. E.
Wull. Their scores at 200 yards did
not change the position any. Tills
left thn last half of tiie match to de
cide wno wa9 to be No. 1.
Mr. 'Wall gained one point up to
the ninth shot, so the very last and
trying hot was to decide the matter.
Mr. Wall scored a four, thus giving
his opponent a List chance to win.
Although Mr. Fisher is an old hand
at the, business, his last shot was
scored a miss. Mr. Fisher, not being
satisfied with the result, olm'leiigeu
tho shot. Both marksmen started
for thd target to examine it, but,
when they were a thitd of the way,
the marker pulled it in. Then Mr.
Fisher entered a protest. Here the
matter stands and will be settled by
The scores as maiked places Mr.
Wall first. There was exceptionally
line weather for shooting. Below arc
the scores of the tiiiiercnt marksmen.
Mr. Rothwell, who was among the
highest previously, could not make
it convenient to attend the deciding
W E Wall
200 yds: 555544414545
500 yds: 055515555448 93
8G, 89, 8(1, 87348-441
J II Fisher
200 yds: 155451554115
500 yds: 555155551013 88
89, 88, 83, 85350-138
H W Peek
200 yds: 454443514441
500 yds: 445155145545 8G
. 85. 83, 88, 88344-430
J G Rothwell ,
8G, 85, 8G, 87, 85429
200 vds: 35411555.14. 42
500 "yds: 5553511312-40 82
80, 82, 81, 81 324-40G
C F Gurncy
200 yds: 454431444541
500 yds: 455454514242 83
72, 78, 80, 81311-394
STUCK IN THE MUD.
Work an tln Nirarasna Omul Htop-IiiMt--laiiiil)-r
ItuttliB Away and
The accounts which have been
published as to the progress of the
Nicaragua canal scheme are con
tradicted by R. T. Spaiks, who has
recently returned to this city after a
six months' residence in Managua,
one of the principal towns in the
When seen yesterday at thePalaeo
Hotel and asked about the canal,
Mr. Sparks said: "It is all nonsense
to say the canal has progressed very
far, or is being carried forward at
all. All that has been done is a few
miles of clearing and u little work on
the harbor at Greytown. C. A.
Davis, tho chief engineer under
Mcnocal, accompanied me on part ot
my return journey, and told matbat
be had received orders to discharge
all of the men employed except two
or three. This, 1 understand, is en
tirely owing to luck of funds.
"The peoplo in the country have
no faith in the canal scheme. There
arc several million feet of lumber
lying rotting and useless at Grey
town. It was supplied by Warner
Miller, as were the three "dredgers,
three of which were iucJqsb, and it
has been stated that the one which
was sunken when they were being
Drought from 4'anamu was purposely
allowed to do so to hldu its defects.
The dredgers are also rotting and
rusting away, only one of them hav
ing done any work, dredging itself a
little way up the river.
"Many people wero ruined by
buying large tracts ot laud along the
proposed line ot the canal. They
have been very disappointed and an
noyed at the delay. One piomiuent
mau stated that '$ they got a railroad
there would be an end to the canul
scheme, mid his remark met with thu
retort that if so it was ended now, as
it was a dead sure thing they wpuld,
have the railroad before jonh;." fe.
F. Chronicle, Feb. g.
FROM HOTEL 0ELL0NE.
Mr. C. W. Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
finest new and modern hotels pi thu
west, says of Chauiburlatn's (Joiigli
Uenmdyj MVp linve used it in our
(amiy for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for golds and oruup. It can
he depended upon besides it is
plouuant to take and seems to be free
f i oni oliloiofoiin and thu oily tnib
stuncos put Into iiiuuy cough mix
tures." 50 cent and $1 bottles for
snlu by all dealers, licuson, Smith
Cv Co., ugcuU.
A preservative against rotting,
decay, fungus, etc., of wood and stone.
Will pieseive any kind of wood above
or under ground or water mid pro
long its lifo nt least 100 percent.
Will keep till' all corts of insects,
vorniin or olliei enemies of wood.
Will prevent rats uud mice gnawing
wood coaled with it.
Will foicc all moisture out of wood
without closing the pores.
Will present shingles, coated with
it, from Kilting, cracking or warping.
Will pievent rope treated with it
from rotting, causing it to remain
pliable and excelling tar coating.
Tenedos will not attack timber
coatjjil with it.
C?rroolineuui avciiaiius does not
contain acids or poieonous ingredients
injurious to the libres of wood.
Thu following is tin extract from
the London "Building World:" "The
directors of the Palatine Ruilwuyn bay
of Curbolincum .Vvenarius: "Two
hoards cut from one and tho btune
piece offline, one of which for the
sake of experiment was painted with
Curbolinouni Aveniirius, and the
other loft uupumted, wero buried, and
after u lapt.0 of thrco years dug up
and examined. Tho result was, that
tho wootl to which the Carboline m
Aveniirius had been applied shewed
no signs of decay, whilst tho other
was found to bo in a rotting condi
As a wood preservative it has no
For -ale by
Tin: Hawaiian Haudwark Co., Ln.,
Fort street, opposite Sprcckels.
AN INYO ICE
From Havana Direct.
C. -0. BERGER.
- 'X H K
Formerly the Grand Hotel,
Corner Second & Maiket Ktiects, San
Tills Fine Hotel, centrally located for
business purposes, haying been thor
oughly icnovatcd and newly furnished
thioiighout, ofleis special coincidences
to Intending visitors fiom thu Hawaiian
CSF" A complete system of electilc bells.
Diieet communication with Hoffman
Rooms from $1 per Day Upwards.
SI KING STREET,
, J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
Jeweler Sz AVitLolimiilrcr.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
King Street, Honolulu, 11. 1.
tQr Puiilcuhtr attention paid to all
kinds of lepalrs. 1-91
C. B. RIPLEY,
Oh-'iuk: Room 5, Spieekels1 Mock.
New Designs I Modern Buildings !
Complete pl.mn and sneclllcatloiiR for
evoiy dooi Iptlon of building, ContinctH
drawn and eaieful supeiiiileiidiiiiuu of
constitution given when letpihed. Cull
and examine ulaiib. apr 21) ly
ELECTION oi' OFFICERS.
AT tho adjoin lied minim! meeting of
tu sloOkhnldeis of thuU. lliuwer
,fc Company held this day, the following
Viciu elected Olllcurb of thu CoipoiatioH
to Mine during the ensuing yuan
(Jco, ll, KoborUon .Tieiibiirer,
H. 1 llUlion,..,,, Sut'ii'inry,
Hon, W. F. Allen Auditor,
Hon. O.K. lilbhop, II. Wateilunwo, Kbij.,
S. C, Allen, Kit,
K. F. HlriHOP,
Secretary C. Hi ewer tt Co.
Honolulu, Feb. IU, lHU:i. ail lui
from b. F.
for S. F.
Feb 2!1 ...March 1
March 22 March 2D
April 19 April 20
May 17 May 21
June M June 21
July 12 luly IU
Aug 1) Aug Hi
Sept (! Sept l.'l
Nov 1 Nov 8
Arrive from San
Sail for San Ft
Mariposa Mar 10 Monowni
Monowui ApiilT Alameda
Alameda May : Mariposa
Maripot.11 Juno 2 Monowni
Monowui. . . . .June 1(0 Alameda
Alameda July 28 ... .Mariposa
Mariposa Aug 25 Monowni
Monowni Sept 22 Alameda
Alameda Oct 20 . . .Mariposa
Mariposa. ... Nov 17 Monowni
Pacific Ml sifflsMn Go.
Occidental & Oriental S, S. Co,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Stqnmoi.s of tho above Companies will
cull at Honolulu on their way to the
above poits on or about the following
Slmr. "Rio de Janeiro" April 12, 1892
Slmr. "Oceanic" June 9. 1892
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way ftom
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about the following dates:
Simr "Oceanic" March 5, 1892
Stmr. "City ol Peking" May 5, 1892
Stmr. "Qaolic" Aug. 17, 1892
S6f Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and return, $350.
VST For height and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
2G7 tf Agents.
The undersigned having been appointeu
sole agents for the Hawaiiau
For the Celebrated
From the works of
Burham, Parry, Williams
Aro now prepared to give estimates ahd
receive orders for these engines, of
size and style.
The Baldwin Looomotivk Wouks
aro now niaiuifiiutiulng a stylo of Loco
motlvo partlculaily adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
have plcnstuc iu furnishing plantation
agents ami mnimgeis with pniticulais
Tho superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes Is not only known
hero but is acknowledged throughout
tho United States.
Win. G. IRWIN & Co., L.'d,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
STEAM GANDY FlCTOIly
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook t
71 Hotel St.
Tho Best Lunoh, in Town,
Toa and Ooffoo al 111 Hours
Thu Finest Brand of
AlWUl'H oil iluiltl.
II. .1'. NOI.TK, finprhaur.
IVdl (J. Irwin & Company,
OH Jtll FOIl 8AJ.K
PARAFl .NC PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
I'ji: Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUUK & OilliANDT'B
High Grado Chemical Cane Manure.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Assets, $6,2 1 9,458.98.
London & Lancashire Firo Ins, Co.
Thamos &. Morscy Marina Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 1 24,057,
New York Life Insurance Co.,
Assots. 51 15,947,809.97.
Uencral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
ft G. fflfll & CO.,
Win. G. Irwin. . .1'resldcnt As Manager
Clans Sprcckels Vlce-1'reblden t
Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter Auditor
AGENTS UV THK
Oceanic Musi Cdidd'f,
Of Hun I'ruiK'Inoo. cm.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lilo, Fire & Marino
Insurance Agents !
New Bngland Mutual Lite Ins. Co.,
OK 11081 ON,
Etna Ftre Ins. Co. ol Harttortf,
OK SAN FltANOIHCO, CALlKOltNlA.
C. BREWER & CO..
list ok ovvkjeus:
J. O. Cm ci President & Manager
G. 11. KobcrUou Tieastirer
E.F. ltUhup Seeivtury
W, F, Allen Audltoi
Hon. O. It. lilbhop, S. O. Allen,
II. Wuioi house.
FAlEK HANGING I
GIVIJ J. L Mkvku tho Painter a call
and huvu your Paper llaiiglugdouo
luumpily and neully. lUu Fort btrcet.
P, O. llox a7, Mutual 'l'elophoiio
002. ihj u