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HONOLULU, If. I., FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1892.
10 ONTB MFR MONTH
JP ll 1 Jl C 11 e dL
THE "DAILY BULLETIN n
Hvfcry Afternoon Except Sundays
At tin. Ollloe, Queen street, Honolulu,
DANIEL LOGAN Editor & V.anagor
Daily Bulletin Publishing Company,
Daily Bulletin 1 year 0 00
" ' li inoiiths a 00
" " pur month (do-
BUI.LKTIN SUMMAKV, 1
your $.4 00
lloth TcleitliimeH No. 5. -
lay-Address nil business communica
tions "Manaoek Daily Bulletin."
CSTAddrcss nil matter for publica
tion "Editok Daily Bulletin."
I'. O. Ilux H.
Honolulu. II. 1.
Attorney at Law anil Notary
Tubllc. Mercliant'Strcet, Honolulu. 1-91
J ALFRED MAQOON,
. Attorney at Luw and Notary
Public. No. 42 Merchant street, Hono
HW. Schmidt & Sons,
Importers & Commission Mer
chants. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HHackfeld & Co ,
General Commission Agents.
Corner Fort and Queen streets, Hono
lulu, II. I. 1-91
"I "W. MAOFARLANE & Oo,
J Importers and Commission
GONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants. Beaver Block, Honolulu,
II. I. 1-91
JOHN T. "WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
H. 1. 1-91
WILDER & OO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-91
L EWERS & COOKE,
Importers and Dealers In Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, i i H. I.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings ;
Machinery of every description made to'
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at shoi t notice. 1-91
J ISO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
Miihultiuia. Koliuln. Hawaii.
WJBNHER & CO.,
92 Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
W. T. MONSARRAT,
iSy-Olllce at Hotel Stables, Hotel
stieet. Both Telephones U2. Residence:
Mutual Tel. Gill. dec 10-91
It I ii (I Htreet. Honolulu.
Excellent accommodation for pationts.
Dlt. A. K. ItOWAT, V. S.
Olllco Hours 7;!)0 to 10 a.m.; 12:U0
to 2 p.m.; 4:30 to G p. m.
Telepjionks: Bell 90. Mutual 183.
1. O. Box 82fi.
About to bo built at the corner of Bere
tnula and Kceatimoku streets, caeli con
taining Parlor, Dining-room, Hallway,
4 Bedrooms, Kitcheu, Pantry ami Bath
room. $6fThe plans can bo seen at my
otllce, and any alterations defied by a
tenant will be made.
298 tf a j. McCarthy.
When yon want a Portrait
Enlarged cull on King Hros,,
get their price iiHt and wee
Buiunlt'B. They can't ho beat.
Australian Mail Servkso !
Wt NAN fr'KANUlMl'O,
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Compauy will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Rflay 5. 1892,
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers on oi
about that date.
Hay For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
April 7, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
EST For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
tier's StasMfl Go.'s
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock r. m.,
touching at Lalmimi, Maaluca Bay
and Mnkenn the same day ; Mahu
kona, Kawaihae and Laupahoohoc the
following day, arriving al Hilo at
Friday Apiil 15
Tue.sd ,y ' 20
Friday May 0
Returning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoehoe same day; Kawaihae,
A. m. ; Mahukona, 12 noon; JHukoiiu,
0 j. m. ; Munition Bay, 8 p. m. ; Laha-
ina, 10 p. m. tlio following day ; arriv
ing at, Honolulu G a. ai. Wednesdays
AKUIVKH AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday Apiil 13
Saturday " 2.'!
Wednesday May -1
Satin day " M
g)S No Freight will bo received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock l". m., touching at Kuliu
lui, lluelo, liana, llaiuoa and ICipa
hilili. Returning willairivoat Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
gj8F No Freight will ho received
after -1 p. m, on ihiy of sailing.
Consignees must bo at the landings
to receive their height, as we will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight has been landed. While the
Company will use duo diligence in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
sume any responsibility in caso of the
loss of same, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed iu
the caro of Pursers.
W. G. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OAPT. J. A, KING, Port Supt.
iTovjlei" .So AVuUjhiiuiltor.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
kinds of icpairs.
attention paid to all
C. B. RIPLEY,
Oi'Kicu: Boom 5, Spieckcls' Block,
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs ! Modern Buildings I
Complete plans and specltlcations for
eveiy dcscilptlon of building. Oonttacts
drawn and careful superintendence of
coustiuutlou given when leuulred. Call
aud examine ulaiis. apr 29 ly
Ocbmib Mm (Jos
from S. F.
for S. K.
Apiil li) April 20
May 17 Mity JM
June 14 June 21
July 12 July 1!)
Aug I) Aug 10
Sept (i Sept lit
Oct -I Oct 11
Nov 1 h Nov 8
Arrive from Kan
Sail for San Fran
cisco. iMonowai... .April 7 Alameda
Alameda May 5 Maiiposa
Maiiposa June 2 Monowai
Monowai luiie lit) Alameda
Alatncda July 28 ... .Mtiiiposn
Maripo.-a Aug 25 .... Monowai
Monowai Sepl 22 Al.imeda
Alameda Oct 20 ... .Maiiposa
Mariposa Nov 17 ... .Monowai
Pacific Mail MiuWlj Co.
Occidental & Oriental S, S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call ut Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about the following
Simr. "China" May 4, 1892
Slmr. "Gaelic" July 2. 1 892
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way fiom
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about the following dates:
Slmr. "China" Juno 21, 1892
Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
SOT Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and letiiru, 6350.
&8T For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
2G7 tf Agents.
.r.w.w.vij:ii,Hu.,iiH. w h.ivii:ii,iii.,iiiis.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllce Hotel St., opp. Y. M. V. A., ad
joining llit Honolulu Library.
Branch Olllce, : : : 20U Kearny M., S. F.
LL Dental operations bkilfully per
r. formed at San Francisco price-,;
which are 30 pel cent cheaper than Hono
lulu prices; and if not as good as the
het Dentl-try in Honolulu no charge
will bo made. You need not go to San
FrancKco for your Dentistry. Oiu gieat
i eduction iu prices the cltlen-, huve de
manded, and we will supply the demand.
ivi: n.vvi: coin: to ks:.isai :
Jhstf Call and gel pi ices and save your
money. We let urn our thanks to the
citizens of Hawaii, Maui and Kauai for
their libeial patronage and solicit a con
tinuance of the .same.
1'ici: UoiJKs: 7 a. .m.
to (i p. .11.
From Havana Direct.
C. 0. BERGER.
The S. S. ZAMBESI,
(ir.o. Kim Aims, Master,
Will sail for the above ports on
APR1JL 1, 1MDU.
I For turiu.s of Freight or Passage
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO,
307 1 Ml Agents.
Sausages ! Sausages !
:int. Liver Piiddlnir.
Pudding, Head Oliceae.
Fraukfuit Sausage, Vienna Sausage and
Fine I'oik Sausage always on hand and
delivered to older by
GEO. I). SOHKAEDKIl,
132 Foit street, two doom above the
Gci mania Market,
t& Mutual Tel. 710. Ulii'.lm
,j R. R. O. BARXFIKL1) holds o.uRsea
111 In Drawing and Puiuting at his
studio, Hotel sheet, back of Dig, Amler
eou & Limdy, 311 tf
For YoKohttma & HongRous.
TIPS IN SCULLING,
William O'Connor Givos Ad
vico to Oarsmen,
The !niiHcliim 1-oiiihh(h (ho
American and AiiHtrulinit
Styles ol lttmlH.
O'Connor was in Boston 'eeenlly,
timl in an iuterviutv with a Globe re
porter he gave the following views
on training, rowing, rigging, etc.
He said : "As a uile novices, when
starting in rowing, purchase a second-hand
boat Uiat lias been in use
for some time. The novice may lie a.
mail who stands 5ft. Jin. iu height
and weighs lilall)., yet lie will jump
into a boat made for Jake Gaudaur
or some other man who stauds Oft.
in height and row with the same riy-
"There was a time when oarsmen,
both shoil and tall, would row just
as Ned Ilanlan did, but among the
intelligent class of scullers those days
have passed. If I "was to teach a
young mau to row I would first look
him over carefully and find out his
weakest points, and rig his boat to
lavor those weak spots. Some men
have strong lower limbs and poor
arms, while others can do an almost
unlimited amount of work with their
arms and shoulders. What a man
wauls to do is to reach a medium,
and this can only be done by a con
stant changing of the rig until he
feels comfortable and has his work
equalised. If a man has a pair of
legs and only fairly strong arms he
can lower his seat and outriggers,
providing he is clever enough to clear
the water, but if his body and arms
are his strongest points, he can raise
his seat and get better results for
power expended. Ilanlan is a good
illustration of the former type of an
oarsman, and old Hill Beach was the
"Some men ask 'How am I to find
out what is the best, height for my
seal?' This is easily answered. If
after a hard row yom legs are more
affected than your arms you should
raise your beat about a quarter of an
inch, and at the same lime take care
to raise your outriggers until you can
clear the water. Should one feel
tired in the arms, and the legs are
strong, drop the seal I lie same dis
tance. When a man starts iu rowing
in the spring after resting during the
winter months he is likely to feel
much stronger in the legs than in the
arms unless lie woiks hard with those
members. Athletes delight in a long
walk in the open air during the win
ter, and the result is they start in
rowing with legs iu gooil shape and
arms iu poor condition. Under such
circumstances an experienced oars
man can change a trillo iu order to
favor those parts, but as soon as he
begins to get in shape he must tind
"Rigging a man in a boat is about
the- same as fitting a harness to a
horse, for an experienced driver will
see in a second what straps need
taking up or letting out in order to
equalise the strain. I know positively
that Beach rowed with his seat Din.
high, which was a radical change
f i oin the C.jiii. that Ilanlan used to
low. I have tried the high and low
seats and after all have settled down
to (J.Vin., which now suit me best.
"After a young man gets well
boated and rigged he usually starts
iu rowing distances aud eventually
trains for a race. You will invaii
ably (hid that the oarsman who has a
professional trainer comes out ahead,
all things considered equal at the
start. The watchful eye of an ex
perienced nian soon detects changes
that can bo made which will develop
mote speed and make the work
lighter and more pleasant to the ath
lete. "Young men as a rule do too much
rowing, ami when it comes around
race day they have left the race be
hind on the river. If a man docs
nothing but row 1 would advise him
to go over the distance he will row
iu tho race every morning at a fair
pace, taking cure to watch his blade
work and get command of his seat.
In the afternoon ho can take a good
long row of four or five miles at a
fair pace, but above all he must not
do an' spurting unless it is near the
"For a workiiigiuan who has but
one row a day all his work must be
done iu the boat, and his .slaits and
spin Is must be done after taking his
"I favor pedestrtauisin for men
who give all their tune to rowing,
and 1 always take good long walks
after meals. This would never do
for a man who works at hU trade,
for they would grow stale before
"If a man knows liy experience his
best weight for a race he should
gradually get down to it, but once
tlicro ho should let up on his work
and be satisfied to husband his
strength for the day of the race.
Spurting and racing with every man
you meet on the river will not im
prove you, but, on the contrary, 1
am inclined to think that it will
develop a bad style.
"More speed will be obtained from
32 clean strokes to the minute than
35 that are piled iu in a reckless
maimer. When 1 spurt 1 usually run
my stroke up to 35 to the minute iu
a single, and, with Ilanlan for a
partner in a double, we can do 38
with ease. In spurting the back and
arms are called on to do most of the
work, and the slide is gradually
lengthened out as the stroke is
"Not one out of 10 amateurs know
how to train. They eat in a hurry,
row immediately after meals, and
bring on an awful thirst. If a man
must row immediately after meals he
would make greater progress by
striking an easy, swinging stroke and
rowing a long distance.
TUB UKST LINUS.
"The boat has much to do with
the speed a nian attains, and opin
ions differ as to the best lines.
While in Australia 1 found they dis
agreed on what constituted the fast
est model, just the same as the3 have
iu this country. Searle, Stansbury
and others have their boats built by
Sullivan, but I had tuy boat built by
Donnelly. Australian oarsmen row
all their races with the tide, and
favor a deeper and narrower boat,
with less lumber than those in use
iu this country. Sullivan builds
these boats to suit the Australians,
and Donnelly is noted as being an
advocate of the full boats, such as
we use in this country. A man who
weighs IGolb. in Australia will row a
lOAin. boat. They claim that the
deeper it sits in the water in a race
with the tide the faster it will go.
"I have giveu Ruddock instruc
tions to make my new boats straight
cr on the keel, as I llnd the boats
that are cut away at the bow and
stern required a man to keep up a
very fast stroke in order to keep
headway on, while the others run
much easier and make better boats
for a race.
"I find very little difference in Aus
tralian aud American built boats. It
simply impossible tor an American
to go to Australia and expect to de
feat Stansbury, for the climate is
is against us. I believe there are at
least a couple of men who could win
from Stansbury in this country. 1
regard Peter Kemp, of Australia, the
most llnished oarsman iu the world,
not even excepting Ed. Ilanlan, who,
to the American oarsmen, is a model
"At present 1 am rowing a 10:iu.
boat, seat (i&in. high, 07m. spread,
9ft. 'Jin. sculls, buttoned 32iu. and
"You can say that I am ready as
usual to row any oarsman in the
world in a single-scull race for any
amount within reason, and Ilanlan
and iiii'self will row any double-scull
team in the world, Teenier and llos
"As far as I am personally con
cerned the gate receipts will be a
secondary consideration in this match
race, but we are nevertheless willing
to row iu any kind of water our op
ponents may name.
"I am having my new bouts lilted
with watertight compartments, and
see no reason why we cannot row in
rough water as well as our rivals.
"Should a race be arranged with
Stansbury I would demand that it be
rowed on a lake course, as the bet
ting would be soUarge that I could
not afford to take any chances."
"I have just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Has. O. Jones, publisher of
the Leader, Mexiu, Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cotieji Remedy, and I think with
considerable success, 011I3; being in
bed a little over two days, against
ton days for the Urst attack. Tho
second attack I am satisfied would
have been equally as bad as the llrst
but for the uso of this remedy, as I
hud to go to bed in about six hours
after being 'struck' with it, while iu
the Urst case I was able to attend to
business about two days before get
ting 'down.' " 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Wines, Spirits, Etc.,
ITA VIS REMOVED TO
Mian St Foster Block,
(Two doors 1101th of former pie
uiibes), Where thoy will be pleased to see old
friends and customem, 385 Iw
Win. G. Irwin (S Company,
OFKKK KOIt SALE
PARAFFINE PAINf CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
WOOL DUST, r,
BUCK & OniiANDT'a
Grado Chemical Cane Manure.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London 4 Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Thames & Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Insurance Co.,
C. O. JBEJiGER,
Geueial Ageutfor Hawaiian Islands.
. (L MI & CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin. . ..Piesident & .Manager
Clans Spreekels .... Vice-President
W. M. U iff aid Secretary & Treasure!
Theo. O. Porter Aiidltoi
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Or Han 1'ruiK'lNi'u,
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Life, Firo & Marine
Insurance Agents !
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Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OK SAN KltANOlSCO, CA1.I FOIiNl A,
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LIST OK OKPIOKICa:
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G. II, Roheitsou .Tieasurer
K. F. Uishop , Seci etiiry
W. K. Allen Aiidltoi
Hon. 0. R. Hlbhop, H. O. Allen,
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