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THE "BAIL! BOLLUIIB"
Evtr? Afternoon Except Sundays
At tin. Oltlcc, Queen street, Honolulu,
DANIEL LOGAN Editor & Manager
Daily Bullotin Publishing Company,
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tions "MANAUBK DAILY BULLUTIN."
SrAddress nil matter for publica
tion "Kiutok Daily Uullbyin."
I'. . llo-v '.. Honolulu. II. 1.
O . Attorney at Law and Notary
No. 42 .Merchant street,
MW. SCHMIDT & SONS,
. Impoiteis Sc Commission .Mer
chants. Foitbticet, llonolulu. 1-01
HHackfeld & Oo ,
Qenuiul Commission Agents.
Coiner Fort and Queen stieets, Hono
lulu, II. I. 1-91
G W MAGPARLANE & CO.,
IT. Impoiteis and Commission
aONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Mel chants. Beaver Block, llonolulu,
H. 1. 1-91
JOHN T. WATERHOU8E,
Importer and Dealer in Genei.il
Queen stieet, Honolulu,
WILDER Ss CO.,
. Dealeis in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of eveiy kind. Corner Fort aud Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-91
L EWERS & COOKE,
Impoiters and Dealeis In Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
llonolulu, I I H. I.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description nude to
older. Particular attention paid i.to
Ship's Blaeksniithiiig. Job Work ex
ecuted at shoi t notice. 1-91
J0. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
a. gk: is rx
IlnlmUuiiu. Ituliiiln, lluwnll.
WMNSR & CO.,
92 Fort Street Honolulu
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Klnir Htieet, Honolulu.
Excellent accommodation for patients.
Dft. A. It. IiOYVAT, V. S.
Olllco Houis 7:30 to 10 a. m.; 12:30
to 2 p in.; 4:30 to (i p. in.
Telkpjionks: Bell 9li. Mutual 183.
l O. Box 320. 102tf
Palmer & Richardson,
Alien ir.vii:o a"H.
Designs in Stona, Brick, Iron or Wood,
Modern, Choap & Artistic Cottages
a Specia'ty !
Plans, Specillcatlous, Contracts biiiwn
mill Estimates complete for evoi y des
eiiptlou of building. Also, thorough
Mipcihitcmlcucu of coiiBti uction.
BUILDINGS APPRAISED & LOTS SURVEYED.
Room No. 9, wpreckpls'
CHAS. T. GULtGK,
Notary Public for the Island of Calm.
Agent to Take Aeknowledgmonts to La
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses, Ho
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of 'tt $
HvoU'b Kie'glit t Pill cols Kxpieds.
Agcutb ior uio ituumgiou nouto.
mK Real Estate Broker &
Bell Tele. aJ8,ai" Mutual Tele. 18'J,
& Office: No.HSMeicbantstieet,
Honolulu, Oahu, II, I, un 92
Australian Mail Smite!
Villi MAN FKA3V;iS0.
Tlio Now and Flno Al Slcol Steamship
OI the Oceaulc Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 2, 1892. . .-
lud will leave for the abovu port with
malls and passengers on or
about that ilute.
IfflT For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm. Q. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland 1
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at llonolulu from ban
Francisco bu or about
June 2, 1892,
And will have prolnpt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above poits.
E3f For freight or passage, having
supeilor accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
May 17 May 24
June 14 June 21
July 12 July 19
Aug 9 Aug 1G
Sept (5 Sept 13
Oct 4 Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Arrive from San
Sail for San Fran
clsco. Mariposa Juno 2 Monowai
Mouowai June 30 Alameda
Alamtda July 28 Mariposa
Mariposa Aug 25 Monowai
Monowai Sept 22 Alameda
Alameda Oct 20 Mariposa
Mariposa Nov 17 Monow.ii
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental & Oriental S. S, Go,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steameis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about the following
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2, 1892
For San Francisco.
Steameis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong aud Yokohama to the above
port on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" June 21, 1892
Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
Ifiy Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and return, $350.
SSgr For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
207 tf Agents.
New Cottage io Rent !
FINE Cottugo with Pallor, Dlnlng
looni Hall, 4 Laige Bedroom,
Bath, Pantry, Kitchen and all modem
impinvemeiits, Beietaniu street-cars
pass the door Rent $35
&y- For fuither Information apply to
c. .!. McCarthy,
35 Merchant street.
i'our Fine Kuslilonee SiteK.
,led on i ll(oi 'Street, fhr sale.
'l'ho Lulu have ft f i outage of 01 foot on
1'liKol blieet and tuo mo toot deep, are
nicely laid out in fiult and fehade trees
and me all covered with glass; watei
laid on tluoughout. The ttuution of
those Lots and tho limited uunibor make
it uccefeiuy that iii(utiilliig purchaser
alioiild yAu eaily application to dtp
(liideislgiiod, fioiu whom all pm tlouluVs
can bo had. J AS. P. MORGAN.
dciuic stMisiu Go.s
Will's smdb co.'s
O I IVSIfcGa PHJyr
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p.m.,
touching at Lahniua, Mnalaca 'Bay
and Miikena the same day; Mahu
kona, Kawaihae aud Laupahoohoo the
Flltt.irii.t rliiv urrivlnu nt. Hltn lit
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Friday " 27th
ruesctiiy, June 7th
Fridav " 17th
Tutbday " 28lli
Fiiday July 8th
Tuesday, " lflth
Friday, " 29th
Tuesday Aug. Dili
Friday ' 1Mb.
Returning leaves Hilo, touching al
Laupahoehoo name day; Kawaihae
A. m.; Muhukona 10 a. m.; Makoua
4 p. m. ; Maal.iea Bay 0 p. m. ; Laha
inu 8 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu 6 a. m. Wednesdays
AKKIVKS AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday, May 25th
Saturday, June 4th
Wednesday, " . loth
Saturday, " 25th
Wednesday, ."". July Gth
Saturday, " ltli
Wednesday, " 27ih
Saturday, Aug. lilli
Wednesday " 17lh
Saturday, " 27ih
gJF No Freight will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu every Tuesday,
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
lui, Huelo, liana, Hiimoa and Kipa
hulu. Returning will arrive at Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
SJSF" No Freight will be received
after 4 p. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings
to receive their freight, as we will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight haB been landed. While the
Company will use due diligence in
handling live stock, we decline to as
sume any responsibility in case of the
loss of same, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the care of Pursers.
W. C. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
Don't 1)8 DeceM!
In seeking a medium wheielu to adver
WARES or WANTS
Don't be deceived by the declarations of
unscrupulous publishers, hut
examine Into the
Of the two English dallies. You will
ilud that wliile the Bullktin Is
not continually boasting,
IT GETS THERE
In a way very gratifying to udvertifcon.
Notice to the Public !
Is still in existence; at the old stand,
Leleo, and has been io bliieo the your
18,'),i. I am prepared to put up Soup at
tne louowtng prices:
$4.50 per Case uf 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. In Balk.
50 Cents each allowed for empty con
tainers leturnod in good order.
BSf" Weight for weight no rival con
cern can supply us good nil uitlcle for
the same pi Iocs.
tSr'l'lxo only P.u;(ciO Soap Boiler
i(( the HuaHiin Ulanijs,
THOMAS W. RAWLINS.
For MouUUngH, FranioH,
r(tHtii8, Art4ypps, Phoiu-
I (j-ravuroHi EtohinH ami
evtu'yllihif; In tho lino of
ItioturoB. (jo to King BroH.,
THE OLD IROQUOIS.
Illstnricnl Itoponl nt Jhc War hl.
The United States crui3or Iroquois,
Commander Read, arrived yesterday
from Samoa via llonolulu. From the
latter port the old war vessel made
the trip in thirteen atiu a half days,
and tho astonishing fact wn3 tele
graphed immediately to the Navy
Department at Washington. The
Iroquoia is lying at anchorage in the
stream off Clay street pier. fSbe,,
will go up to Mare island to-uioTrow
or on Tuesday and go out of eommis
The Iroquois has been in commis
sion 'this last time for nearly thiee
years, and' in that time made three
separate visits to Samoa, the last
time temaining there for a peiiod of
"We are heartily glad to get back,"
said Commander Read to a Chronicle
reporter on board the Iroquois yes
terday. "We left Apia on February
22d and reached Honolulu thirty
days later. There was no sign of
any tiouble in Samoa when we eamu
away. A gieat many of the 'reports
sent out about impending trouble
among the natives have been without
foundation. There is, of course, a
jealous rivalry betweeu the native
Kings Malieloa and Mataafa, which
is to be expected, but the main jea
lousy, 1 am led to think, is among
some of the Samoan merchants, who
try to stir the natives up and circu
late reports of trouble that outside
persons aud capital may be kept
away ftom Samoa and leave them
masters of the situalioii.
"The weather in Saihoa is lovely
between May and November, but the
remainder of the year it is a wretched
place to live in. Everybody on board
suffered from the effects of the
climate. Clothes and sloes became
mildewed between evening and morn
inc. Grass would riow well in
twenty-four hours. The ship bad to
be pailly re-rigged before we left
Samoa, from the effects of the cli
mate, which rotted the lopes aud
The Iroquois has a historical and
great war record. She was bu.lt in
New York 1858, and is one of the
oldest vessel in theiiavy. When the
Iroquois weirj into commissioir at
that time she ranked as a marvel in
maiine aichitectureaud speed, devel
oping twelve knots, which was phe
nomenal in those u.iys. On one oc
casion during the civil war the Iro
quois was sent to chase the Alabama.
hhe was one of Farragut's fleet at the
fall of New Oi leans, where she lost
more men in Killed ami wounded
than any single ship in the squadron.
Her tonnage is 1575, with engines of
1500 horse power. The armament
consists of seven old-style gnus.
Wliile on the voyage up from Ho
nolulu the boilers commenced to give
way. When three days out the plugs
in two of the boilers were blown out,
then a third boiler became useless,
and just as the old war ship reachocl
port the last one ended its career.
The crew numbers 175 men and
the oflicnrs fourteen. The latter are
as follows: Captain, J. J. Read,
commanding; executive ofliccr, John
C. Morong; navigating ollicer, S. C.
Paine; lieutenants, Charles A. Clark,
J. C. Burnett and R. W. Harnsoti;
ensigns, J. J. Payne and A. M.
Ueecher; chief engineer, P. A.
Rearick; paymaster, II. C. Mu
ehette; surgeon, L. S. Heiierberger ;
assistant, J. E. Page ; Lieutenant
George Uurnett, United States Ma
tine Corps, and Pay Cleik II. D.
Monohesi. Son Francisco Chronicle.
A POSTAL MUSEUM.
A space has been cleared in the
building of the Post-Ollice Depait
ment in Washington for a postal
museum, which is intended to show
how different nations carry the
From India comes a set of finely
executed flgtues in papier tnaehe.
One of them sho.ws a postal i tinner
in British India cairyiug a bug of
letters, and with a long spear in his
hands, from which little bells dangle.
The weapon is for his defense against
the wild animals that infest the jun
gles through which he is obliged to
p,s, though one would think it a
poor tool for coping with a striped
tiger of Bei.gal, while tho bells are
intended to f i igliten tho cobras and
other venomous seipents.
Austria has sent an exhibit com
prising everything imaginable that
has to do wiih the business of carry
ing the mails, even to post-mark
stamps, ink-pads, and tho wiitten
music of the bugle calls by which
the postmen iu that country announce
Canada has sent a full set of mail
carrier's uniforms, with winter eaps
aud collars of real Astrachan fur,
leather loggings, scarlet chamois
skin under waistcoats (or cold wea
ther, and god buttons,
Italy, Spain, Germany, France and
Switzerland have sent contributions
for the museum. So have Russia,
Turkey and Persia, and utliors, are
expected from oIbowHoiu,
In. the mu.scu,m will be illustrated
Various primitive methods of carry
ing o mails now and iu ancient
times. One model will show tho na
tive postal t tinner of South Africa,
who boars tho letter Intrusted to his
cure in, a split stick, which ho plants
uptight iu the ground when he pauses
MAY 20, 1802.
Mi UMV&-ST M WiailW JCTfljg-fJ
to rest. He consumes little food, but
much tobacco; and his endurance is
wonderful, lie wonts no clothes, but
covers his nuked body with oil, and
afterwards rolling in the dust, so
that the llios will And him loo un
pleasant to bite. He curies the let
tor in the manner described, so that
it will not go greasy; and, while
swimming with one hand across the
stream, he holds the missive out of
water with the other.
Another type of postman shown
jvljl bo- the meSsorlger,. of Scriptural
uioic, wno conveyed royai messages
b' word of mouth. The Bedouins
practice this method of conveying
intelligence at the picsent day. If
there is news for an individual, each
one who hears it communicates it to
all his neighbors, and they spread it
in every direction until the man is
found for whom it is meant.
Other models in the new museum
will reprcseut the wonderful postal
couriers who eairy royal messages in
China. They are the most rapid
riders in the woild, and have been
known to make the distance of three
thousand miles from Lassa, the capi
tal of Thibet, to Pekjn, in twenty-live
days. They have a right to seize,
by imperial requisition, any horses
on their loutes, no matter to whom
the animals belong. One hundred
miles a day is about their average
rate of travel. They eat and sleep
but little, dismounting once in a
wliile to a in ok (! a little opium. He
fore leaving his point of departuie,
each such courier has his despatches
placed in the lining of his robe,
which is scaled upon his person, so
that he cannot open the garment dur
ing his journey. Golden Days.
Sir. J. P. Blaise, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped oii of the severest
attacks of pneumonia wliile in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Review. Mr. lllaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled, that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Hlaize
sent to the nearest ding stoie aud
got a bottle of Chambei Iain's Cough
Remedy, of which lie had often
heard, and took a number of large
doses. He says the effect was won
derful aud that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine aud the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his cute as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Professor Blackie's note of thanks
to a lady who sent him a present of
a cheese, with a copy of Sankey's
hymns carefully laid on the top, is
given by the Christian Leader, as
Blessed is she who
bath done what
To make a loan man fat
and a bad
For the body, cheese for the soul,
For both Thunk'eo!
The Court of Private Land Claims
at Santa Fo, N. M., has announced a
decision iu the case of the Albuquer
que community giant, continuing the
tract to the private ownership of the
people of Albuquerque.
Old peach troos are now being re
ported f i oin various parts of the
country, but Southern papers claim
that the oldest free-beat ing tree ib
living in Georgia and is llfty-two
Henry B. Luckchc, who lias exhi
bited his infatuation for several
young ladies of Marysville iu a dis
agreeable anu public way, nas ueen
oidered to bo sent to Stockton.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick'b Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the wltolo
system and purify tho blood. For
sale by BoiiBon, Smith & Co., Agents.
Five colored women made speeches
before the Kentucky Legislative Rail
toad Committee against the Separate
For the lirst time in the history of
tho world cotton was ginned by elec
tricity Kt Aubuin, Ala., a few weeks
The New York Fish Commission
will deposit 150,000 young Kennebec
salmon in the tributaries of the Hud
OTOOKHOLOEUS of Waiheo Sugar
O Company will take noiLo that a
Spoolal Meeting of tho Company will ho
held nt the oillco of ( Blower iV Co., mi
the -'Oih day of May, 1892, at 10 o'clock
A. M. J. O, DARTER,
hco'y Waiheo Sugar Co.
Honolulu, ilay 9, 1802. 41(1 lOt
STOCKHOLDERS of Hawaiian Agrl
onltuial Company will take notice
that a Special Meeting of tho Company
will ue ueiu at mo oinco oi u. iiiowor x,
Co., on tho 2Ut day of May, IBUi, al 10
o'clock a. m. J. O. (JAItl'Elt.
Seo'y Haw. Agil. Co. i
Honolulu, May 9, WJi. 41(i lit
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PROF. DiiJBiiG. JAEGER'S Win. li Irwin & Company, . M
(Li iirri'ii.) Wm
OKKfcll KOK SAUK JBX
- PAftAFFlNE PAINT CO.'S V
$p COMPOUNDS and ROOFING, : J
Sifirjt? REED'S PMENT jS
t,.? t'uL Studni Pipe Coloring, all sizes. .'3H
P 'I H 1 1 Jl ' WOOL Dl'oT, Jm
Sanitary U iidcrclot mig ,:o-ne " 0o, i
BOOK & OILUiLNDT'B S
I herewith appoint Mu. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIYED.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On ami after
-t.&$iJ& 12. the New
t2r!'5'Entt Miuble Modern Hesldcuee
-of the umlriiigncd. on
Tluustoii Avenue, emit lining Lingo r.ir
lur. Dining Room, Cou-eiv.itoiy. Two
Bedionius, Dieting Room with station
ary Withstand and Cod.ir Waidiobe,
Hutlirooin wl'h l'.iteut Closet and Hot
and Cold Water iittiieliinent. l'.iuliie-.
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Largo ami coincident Stable on the
promises con tabling two huge box-stall,
caiii.igc. h.imo'-s aud feed looms, and
Gi omuls I!u0v2u0, beautifully laid out
and ten need. The view i-u. 3Uip;i"-ed
l'o r further partieuluis see
W. G. A b 11 LEY,
!!H0-tf O. 11. & L. Co.'s Depot.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook &
71 Hotel St.
Cottages to Hent !
completed Tin oo
Dcsliablc Cottages on the
comer of Kinau and MuMM streets.
Thi'-o foliages have boon tlnilied with
all modem iiiiiiioouieuts and being
situated near tint MttMM Valley have
abuudiiiee of fiesh and cool air. The
grounds contain beautiful shade tieos
and lino plants. They are only two
minutes' walk fiom tho trameais, aud
pintles deshous of foeuibig one of the
eiy plcaKiutc-t situations of tho city
ai o leiuicstod to iuupeel the uliovupie
inl!os. Ifir" For fuither pultlculars apply to
til lm J. A. MAGOON.
81 ICING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Detail Butchers
Tho Goat Lurioh in Tovn,
Tea and Ooffeo at -ill Hours
The Finest Brands of
OiPfs, d& Wm'
A-lvivyt on lluiirt.
fl. J. N(tI.Tt', 6-r.iivIlor.
Island Shells and Curios !
IIOI.ICSALE and letail, cheap for
T fue.li, al 101 Fort stieet. between
I'hloii." diy goods
btoiu aud 1'r.iuk
liciu's stiou (toi o,
dign ui'ctao uiieniicai uaue Manure. - ;,,m
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
BeeF, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
Hartford Fire Insuranco Co.,
London &. Lancashire Fire In3. Co.
Thjmes & Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
tVew York Life Insurance Co.,
Gcncial Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
ft li. IRffll & CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin. . ..President fc Manager
Clans bpreckcls Vice-President
W. M. Giffard.... Secretary & Treasmer
Theo. C. Poller Auditor
AOKNTS OK TUB
Onic Hieaisbip Gim'y,
Of Nun I'riinelneu, ('al.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lilo, Firo & Marine
insurance Agents 1
How England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OK SAN KUANOISUO, CALIKOUNIA.
C. BREWER & CO..
J. O. Culler President it Manager
G. II. Kobeiuou 'li ensure
E. F. Blf-hop .....Sociotarj
V. F. Alien,. Auditoi
Hon. C. R. BUhop, S. O. Allen,
JF you want a Flinl-eliisa Job of Paint
ing of any dm'iiptlon done, call ou
tho Piaetloal Painter, J. L.AIkhv" only.
Fort street 10. P. O, Box 3t)T. .Mutual
Tolcpbouo CG2, 16(5 U
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