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Vol. IV. No. 1(55.
HONOLULU, 11. I., THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 7. 1892.
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At tht. Otlieo, Queeu stieet, Iloiiolulu
DANIEL LOGAN Editor 8. Managci
Daily Bulletin Publishing Company,
Daily Bulletin, 1 year $0 00
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toy-Address nil business communica
tions 'Manaukk Daily Bulletin."
GgTAddress all matter for publica
tion "Kditou Daily Bullkyik."
!'. O. HoxHO.
Honolulu. II. I.
J ALFRED MAQOON.
Attorney at Law and Notary
I'ublic. No. 42 Meiohant street, Houo
KW. Schmidt & Sons,
Importers & Commission Mer
chants. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-01
HHACKFELD & Oo ,
General Commission Agents.
Corner Fort and Queen streets, Hono
lulu, 11. I. 1-01
1 "W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
VJT Importers and Commission
Merchants. Queen street, Honolulu,
H. I. 1-91
aONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants. Beaver Block, Honolulu,
H. I. 1-01
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer -and Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
H. 1. l-!il
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind. Comer Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-01
L ewers & Cooke,
Importers and Dealers in Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blaeksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at short notice. 1-91
JftO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
SItiliukniia. Itoliulii, Hawaii.
WEMER & CO.,
92 Fort Street, Honolulu
Atlas Assurance Gomw
H. VV. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawallau Islands.
Klnc Htruut, Uonululu.
Excellent accommodation for patients.
Dlt. A. It. liOYVAT, V. S.
Olllco Hours 7:30 to 10 a. in.; 12:80
to 2 p. m.; 4:30 to 0 p. in.
Telki'iionks : Bell 90. Mutual 188.
P. O. Box 32(1. 192tf
New Collage io Rent!
FINE Cottage with Parlor, Dining
room Hull, 4 Lingo Bedrooms,
"Bath, Pantry, Kitchen and. all modern
jmpiovoinunts, Beietanla Miect-cavs
jmsr tlm door. Kent 85.
J6P For further information apply to
O. J. McOAKTHY,
8ft Merchant street.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
Notary Public fur the bland or Oanii.
Agent to Take Acknowledgment to La
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses, Ho
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &
tJeott's Fielght A: Parcels Eptess,
Agents for (ho Burlington Itoute.
Real Estate Broker & Jjj',".'
Jlel) Tele. a48.-aiQfMutiml Tele. 139,
J'. O. Bov llfi.
ggr Okkioi: s No. !18 Merchant street,
Honolulu, Ouhu, II. I. jau 92
QceaiiiG Steamslup Go. i
Australian Mail Seivice I
FK S.1N FKAXCISUO.
The New and Flue Al Sleol Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
July 28, 1392,
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers on -or
about that date,
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
b'e due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
July 29, 1892,"
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
Jgy The undei signed are now pre
pared to issue Through Tickets front
this city to all points In the United
I For further paitlculars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm Q. IE WIN & CO.. L'd,
1-91 General Agents.
fiir's uteaosi Co.'s
Will leave Honolulu at 2 oMock p. m.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay
and Mukena the same day ; Maliu
kona, Knwaihae and Laupahoehoe the
following day, arriving at Ililo at
Tuesday,. . . ,
Tuesday,. . . ,
. " 29th
. ' 19th
Returning leaves Hilo, touching at
Laupahoehoe same day; JCawaihae
A. m. ; Mahukona 10 a. m. ; Makena
1 p. m. ; Maalaea Bay 0 p. m. ; Laha
ina 8 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu 6 a. m. Wednesdays
AUIUVEH AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday,. . ..
. " 27th
. " 17lh
. " 27th
gjtf" No Freight will ho recoived
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
lui, Huelo, Haua, Hanioa and Kipa
hulu, Maui, and Paauhau, Hawaii,
Returning will arrive ut Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
gjW No Freight will be received
after 4. v. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees niUBt bo at the landings
to receive their freight, as we will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight has been landed. While tho
Company will uso duo diligence in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
siuno any responsibility in case of the
loss of same, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
tho care of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, Presidont.
S. B. ROSE, Seorotary.
OAPT. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
tTo-weltti At WtitohiiittUor.
KUKUI JEWEUIY a SPECIALTY.
King Street, Honolulu, II, I.
tT Particular attention paid to all
kinds of repairs. 1-01
Island Siiells and Curios i
! HOLESALK and retail, cheap for
t ' cash, at 101 Fort atieut, between
Lhlers dry goods btoro und Frank
Geitz's shoe ttore.
353 tf 'j TANNATT.
Volcano House Hate
Special Rates For Families and
The Volcano House rates fioin and
after this date will he:
Round Trip, up and return by
same route, 7 days $50
Up by way of Knu, return by
way of Hilo, 11 days $70
Up by way of Hilo, return by
way Kuu, 11 days $80
Board and Lodging at Volcano
House, $-1 per day.
To Holders of Round Trip Ticket
staying over, and any one staying
over live days, $11 a day for all except
over live days.
To families or parties of four and
upwards, holding ticketb and staying
over, or staying after live days, $2.50
Children under live, witii parents,
Children between live and (en, half
KILAUKA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
-Juno 24, 1892.
15ti 15t 2(1 4t
Pacific Mail stnslilp Go.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their Way to the
above ports on or about the following
Stmr. "Oceanic" Aug. 23, 1892
Slmr. 'China" Oct. 3, 1892
Slmr. "Ocoanic" Nov. 1, 1892
Stmr. "China" Doc. 12, 1892
Slmr. "Ocoanic" Jan. 11, 1893
Slmr. "China" Fob 20, 1893
Stmr. "Gaelic" April 11, 1893
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "Oceanic" July 26, 1892
t& Round Ti.,. 1'ickets to Yokohama
and return, $350.
eiir For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
2G7 tf Agents.
Uceaiuc oiiiiiiiisiiip Co.'s
from S. F.
for S. F.
July 12 July 19
Aug 9 Aug 10
Sept (5 Heptl.'J
Oct-1 Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
From San Francisco From Sydney
Alameda .July 2!).Muriposa
Maripoha, .Aug 2(1 Monowai
Monowai. Sept 2:t Alameda.
Alameda . Oct 21 Mariposa.
Mariposa.. Nov 18IMonowai ,
, J ul v 28
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Ou and after May 1st,
18U2, tho New and De
Hhahle Modern Residence
of the undersigned, ou
Thurston Avenue, containing Large Par
lor, uuiing kooiii, conservatory, Two
Bedrooms, Dressing Room witli Station
ary Withstand and Cedar Waidrobe,
Bathroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Vitor Boiler and all attach
Largo unci convenient Stable ou tho
premises containing two large box-stalls,
carriage, harness and feed rooms, and
Giouuds 200x200, beautifully laid out
and terraced. The view is utisurpasscd
For further particulars see
W. U. ASIILKY,
HSfi-tf O. It. & L. Co.'s Depot.
C. B. RIPLEY,
Qmcp! Roopi fl, Spreokols Block,
Mutual Telephone 208,
Ney Designs Modern Buildirgs !
Complete plant) and sneclltcatlons for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn and careful superintendence of
construction given when letpiiied, Call
and exauiiuo olans. upr 20 ly
THE NATION'S WARDS.
Jlolokiil'rt MfttlniK-tlt or tlu "I.lvltitf
Oeml".... V.i nillil.il VlHlt to Hie
II omit of tho IJnl'oi'tiiiiiitvH.
Mololcai, the "land of precipices,"
has, on a lowland at its uoithcast
end, extending seaward and sur
rounded by almost Impassable preci
pices, one of those settlements of os
tracized people whose sad nlllictiou
has attracted world-wide attention
and sympathy. Knlaupapa, the
chief town of the leper settlement,
borders the sea, while two miles
away, a little further inland, is the
settlement of Kalawao. This is the
place selected by the Hawaiian Gov
ernment for the segregation of those
alllicted with the disease and on be
ing transferred thither the people be
come the actual wards of the Nation,
all of their necessities being sup
plied at the hands of the Hoard of
Health. None bearing the taint of
leprosy can leave the precincts of
this place only by "passing to that
bourne from which no traveller re
turns." Rarely indeed are friends
or visitors allowed within the terri
tory of the settlements and, to all in
tents and purposes, iu carrying out
the measures of segregation the set
tlements at Kalaupapa and Kalawao
are peopled by the living dead. "I
must bo cruel only to be kind," as
the moody Dane hath said, so the
Hawaiian Government in its enforced
segregation has regard for the great
er public good. At every session of
the Legislature (once each two years)
the "wards of the Nation" are
thought of specially and expense,
tunc and trouble are incurred to in
vestigate the affairs at the settle
ment. At 7 p.m. on the 2nd hist., a visit
ing committee of members of the
Legislature, consisting of Hon. W.
O. Smith (chairman), R. It. Hind,
Alex. Young, J. G. lloapili, G. P.
Knuiauoha, J. A. Akina, ,L Ivaluua, J.
W. Bipikane, L.W.P. Kauealii, T. S.
Nahinu and took passage from Ho
nolulu on board the steamer Waiale
ale, Captain Freeman (the use of the
steamer having been kindly tendered
by the Inter-Island hteam Naviga
tion Co.), for the Settlement at Mo
lokai. By invitation these were also as
voyagers the Legislative reporters
of the Bullktin (Frank Godfrey)
and Advertiser (J. K. Keola). Presi
dent David Dayton and Secretary
Chas. Wilcox of the Boaid of Health
accompanied the expedition, having
as special guests Hon. II. V. Bald
win, Hon. G. N. Wilcox (uiembeis
of the House of Nobles), Secretary
George P. Blow of Admiral Brown's
staff, Assistant Surgeon L. W.
Spratling, U. S. S. San Francisco,
Surgeon It. F. Bates of II. B. M. S.
Champion, Mr. C. A. Brown, Dr.
McLennan and Mr. Lowell. A quick
but rough voyage was made to the
Settlement, Capt. Freeman dropping
anchor off Kalaupapa at G:!35 o'clock
on Sunday morning. But little delay
was made iu the debarkation of the
voyagers. On arrival the visitors re
ceived an ovation from a number of
the unfortunates assembled, whose
responsive aloha had deeper meaning
than the louder expression of saluta
tion from a brass baud of twelve
pieces which forms one of the late
additions to the pleasures of the Set
tlement. In accoi dance with a
stringent rule the visitors were com
pelled to go to the house of Superin
tendent Tell and have their passes
vised. On this occasion it was both
a duty and a pleasure, for many in
the haste of debaricaliou had for
gotten the inner man, although a
bountiful breakfast hud been provid
ed by Captain Freeman, and the
aching voids were lilled bj' a break
fast provided by the Superintendent,
while the wants of the wayfarera
were looked after by Mrs. Tell and
her daughters. While the visitors
were thus breakfasting their ears
were regaled by the performance of
numerous pieces by the band. After
breakfast the committee piocecded
at once with the business in hand,
adjournment being had to a covered
platform on which the committee and
visitors ai ranged tliemselvcs. About
three hundred of the "unclean" (in
various stages) were gathered as an
audience to listen to the presentation
of their grievances by their spokes
man, Mr. D. Kuluuhala, an ex-minister
of the gospel, uud to remarks by
Following in brief aro the causes
of complaint presented :
That the houses erected by the
lepers at their own expense shall be
the properly of the friends or rela
tives of the deceased lepers, uud not
to be taken arbitiaiily by the Board
That the lepers and kolaias be per
mitted to plant halo, potatoes, etc.,
at Wuikolu on tho same basis as at
Kalaupapa, and thut the Board of
Health should not claim one-half of
the laio, etc., cultivated,
That a brunch hospital bu opened
al Kulihi, Ouhu, where mild cases of
leprosy from Knlaupapa und other
places can be treuted.
Thut Mr. Lowell, Dr. McLcniiun.
and others, hp permitted to experi
ment on the lepers at Kulihi. We
do not know these doctors j we only
know theiu by reputation.
Thut lepers who have resided for a
long term of years at Kalaupapa be
allowed to return to their homes.
They are not sick at all. The uulho.
rities have expected them to die long
ago, but they have outlived the ex
pectations or the authorities.
That beef rations be raised from
7.J pounds to 10 pounds per week;
1 pounds are not sullleient.
That milk be increased to two
quarts per week.
That bread (medium) rations be
raised from 8 A pounds to 10 pounds
That nee rations be increased to
10 pounds per week. There are
about twenty Chinese here.
That those desiring their rations
in Hour be given a tin of yeast pow
der. That ration of sugar be increased
to 2 pounds a week.
That a meat market be opened at
Kalaupapa; theie arc more people
here than at Kalawao.
That an aitcsinn well be dug at
Pohakulou, between Kalawao and
Kalaupapa. A water pipe has been
laid down from Waikolu to Kalawao
and Kalaupapa, which supplies the
lepers with the linest quality of wa
ter that could be found elsewhere,
but sometimes there was not enough
water iu the stream to supply ihoe
That it dispensary be established
at the Leper Settlement. As it is
now, sick people are obliged to re
main in the houses and die there
without ever receiving medical aid.
That those not desiring their week
ly ration of pai-ui should be given 50
cents "ai hanai" instead, or 82 a
month. Those who are stiong and
healthy can cultivate their own taro
and therefore do not need the pai-ai.
lhat the Board of Health luruish
the lepers with firewood.
That our friends and relatives be
allowed to come and see us sometime
during the year.
That the storehouse be removed
to K'daupapa, where most of the
lepers reside. We are weak and
feeble; we are living in peace and
quietness; we have no disturbances
here ; Mr. Tell rules over us with a
kindly spirit, and if all our lunas
govern us as he does, there would be
no reason for dissatisfaction among
The Committee assured the spokes
man and the people assembled that
their de3ires would be most carefully
Considerable speech making was
indulged in, and during its progress
several of the committee and visitors
paid visits to the Bishop Home for
girls, in charge of Sister Marianne
and assistants. Here the labor of
love which these grand, noble wo
men have undei taken was strikingly
apparent, many of the strongest pres
ent of the sterner sex inwurdly
flinching at the prospects of an en
forced stay even of but short dura
tion amongst the unfortunates before
them. A ride through the .settle
ment was allowed and the Waihonou
valley, the subsided crater und other
points of interest were examined. At
Kalawao Father Conradi and Father
Wendelin were met and the boys'
school visited. The new church, on
the site of Father Damieu's old one,
as well us the tomb of the "apostle
of Molokai," wi.rc visited. A trip
was made by 1'iesident Dayton, Hon.
Alex Young, Cupt. Freeman, Secre
tary Wilcox and the Bulletin rep
resentative to the valley of Waikolu,
from whence (by the judgment of
Hon. C.B. Wilson, when superintend
ent of water works in 1887 and since)
the settlements receive a never-failing
supply of pure, cold, clear water.
After again accepting the hospi
talities of Superintendent Tell by a
bountiful dinner the party again em
barked on their ocean home uud ut
7 o'clock Capt. Freeman blew his
parting salute, being answered by
the Baud. A pleasant and fast Hip
to Honolulu wus ended at 12:15 and
the coinpuny departed, cogitating
over the sights seen within the al
most term incognito of tho leper set
tlemenl on Molokai.
A traveling tiimi who chanced to
bo in the store of K. V. Wood, at
McKoes Rocks, Pa., says while ho
wus wailing to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's l'aiu Balm und
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it it
the beet medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." nO cent bottles for salu
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
MAN who undei stands fanning
V and taking cue of Mock; mut bo
sober and thoiouglily posted in hU work
and have good lefereuces; none but a
competent man need apply. Address
"P. O. Box I.," Honolulu. 412 I in
'I'IMBICR enough Io make iiUOO eonls
1 of Tiro wood or C1kuco.iI at 50
cents a coid. Apply at
4 15 if Hawaii,
"VfOTirK Is heii'hy given that tho
-L uiidcri-lgucd will not be U'cponnl
bht for any debts inciii led ltlitmt bin
A. B. NAONIC.
Honolulu, June -JIj, IS'U. jr( L'w
A columns ol luieiettiug leading
matters. Mulled to foreign countries,
85; Islands 4.
Mil U. Irwin iS Cmiipiiiij',
OfrV'BK KOIl SAI.K
J.4JKBB.S; C L .BfiK'Sit!,
PAHAFFINE PAIN1 CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Foil Steam Plpo Covering, all sizes.
BUCK ft OIIIjA.NJJT'B
iiigh Grado Chemical Cane Manure.
GRASS SbEOS :
Fuirbank Canning Co.'u C'otnoi
Boof, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London 4 Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Thames & Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
Now York Life Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
fffl. G. Mill & CO.,
Win. G. Irwin. . .President it .Manager
Claus spreckel.s Vice-President
W. M. Giilmd..... Secretary te Treasuier
Tliuo i-. Porter Auditor
AlSKNTS OK THK
(taiiiiii; liieaMm Gouin'y,
Of Him I'tiiik-Imco. :i.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lite, Fire & Mariue
insurance Agents J
Nev England Mutual Lite Ins. Cu..
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartfom.
Of SAN KItANOIHCO, CALIFORNIA,
C. BREWER & CO..
LIST OF OFFlCKKS;
L 0. Carter President A Manager
G. II. Robertson Ticitbtiru
E. F. Bishop Sccretun
W. F. Allen Audltoi
Hon, O. R. Ulshoji, S. O. Allen,
Fur INowhliiigH, FnuncJH,
PaHtolH, ArtotypoH, 1'koto
i KruvuruH, ICtoliintfs and
; ovorydtiiig in tho lino of
pictures, go to King liroH.,
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During tho pioctsul deepening the
channel at the ontiance to Honolulu
luubor the Diedger will be iu opera
tion night ami ih . A t night there
will be it dangei signal placed on tho
forwuul doriK-k of Urulger about 'M
feet above tea level, which can bo teen
by all vet-.'ols approaching the harbor.
The cignnl collects Red Red
of tlueo led lights
and a while light
uc. in the diagram, White
the icd lights being
about II feet apart
with the white light
Mi the ceiiler. Bed
All "-teumoro eroding the bar will
ntiip nl a y.ifo diMiiiico fiom the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
wbii ii will be answered by a t-inglo
bl.i-i iiuin tho Dredger, to bo fol-kWi-il
by throe blasts fiom the Dredg
er when tho paci-age is clear and they
Tho Tug will bo ou hand when not
otherwi.-o engaged to urbist tailing craft
in pabsing the Diedger when neces
sary. U. N. SPENCER,
Minibler of (he Interior.
Interior Ollice, March 0, 18"J2.
Tho .Minister of Finance iij.j mves
of the following li.t of ueraoiit. i act
as Deputy AecMirn and Collectors
for the year 1S02 :
Honolulu . T. A. Lloyd
Ewa and Waianne S. llookauo
Waialua P. Muhuulu
ICoolaupoko No. 1 Am Ivatilia
Koolaupoko No. 2 E. P. Aikuo
Kuolauloa L. J . Aylett
Lahaina David Taylor
Wailuku Win. T. Robinson
Makawao David Morton
liana J. P. Sylv.i
Molokai and Lanai J.Nakaleka
Hilo and N. Hilo A. U. Willfong
Ilamakua Chas. Williams
South Kohala. . . Wilniot Vredenburg
Noith Kohala Ebon P. Low
North Ivona J. Kaeloniakulo
South Kona Thos. H. Wright
Kau O. T. Shipnian
Puna J. E. Elderts
Waimea and Niihitu Th. Brandt
Koloa A. K. M iku
Lihue J. B. llanaiko
Kawaihau S. Keui
Haiwloi W. E. Deverill
II. A. WIDEMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, June 2, ISili
Honolulu, Juuu 21, ISite.
In iiccoidanco with See. 1 of Gimp
torX.VVIl. of tho Laws of ISSfJ.
All persons holding water privileges
or thoBO paying water rates, are hoie
ly notified that tho water rates for
tho teuu onding December ill, 1892,
will bu duo and payable at tho ollice
of the Honolulu Water Works, on the
Urol day of July, 1S92,
All siieh rates leiiiaiiiing unpaid
foi fifteen days after thoy uio due,
will bo subject to an additional 10 pur
Hales aro payable at the olllco of
tho water works in tho Kaptmiwa
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. 1., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or thoto
paying water rates, aro hereby noti
fied that tho hours for using water for
irrigation purposes aio from 0 to &
o'elook a. m., and 1 to (J o'clock i M
until furthor notice,
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. N, Sl'K.NCEU,
Minister of tho Interior.
hen you want a l'cVlrait
ICiilartrtHl call ou Kinu Bi-oh..
got their price lint and hco
Buiunics. Thoy can't be boat.
ea. Thoy cah'l