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ti "daily BOi.uuTiir i.OcsaiiiGSTGaiiihliiuCoJ
Eviri Aftaruoun Except bunitays
Al tin. Olllco, Queen snoot, Honolulu
DANIEL LOGAN Ei!or & Mitnauoi
Daily Bulletin Publishing Company,
s lUcsoni rn ox.. :
Daily Uui.lutix, 1 year G 00
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Wkkki.y Uullktin Summary, 1
your...' 1 00
foreign 0 00
J itlltll Tl'IClll'IL-M II. 20(1. -i
tiayAdilres all business coiniiumluii
Uons "ilANAonu Daily Uullltin."
IJTAildress till matter for ))iibliea
tlon "Kijitok Daily Uullhyin."
. . till. Mi.
Iltlliollllll. II. I.
J ALFRED MAGOON,
if . Attorney at Law and Notary
Public. No. 42 Meiehant stieet, Hono
W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
JL.ll. linpoitors Jx Ooiiimlsslou Jler-
. hauls. Fort stieet, Honolulu. 1-01
J I" UACKFELD & OO ,
J.X. Goneial ComtnisMioii Agents.
Ouinur Fort and Queeu streets, llono
lulu, 11. I. 1-1
W MACPABLANE & CO ,
S ONSALVES & CO
OT Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Heaver Block, Honolulu,
JOHN T. "WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
ILDER fe CO.,
VY Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of eveiy kind. (Joiner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-91
L EWERS & COOKE
Importers and Dealers in Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Foit street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, I t !! I.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; iron, lirass and Lead Castings ;
Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksmithiug. Job Work ex
ecuted at short notice. 1-91
J SO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
G IS N 1".
.llnliiiKoiia. Knhulu. Ilnwull.
WINNER & CO.,
92 Fort Street Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Ajcnts for the Hawaiian Islands.
Jilnc Stri-et. Ilitnoliilii.
Kxi'clleut ai'i'ominodatiou for patients.
DLt. A. K. KOVVAT, V. S.
Olllco Hours 7 :0 to 10 n. in.; 12:80
to ' p in.; 4:110 to (J p. in.
TelkI'iionks: Bell 90. Mutual 183.
I'. O. Box 32fi. 192tf
New Cottage; io Rem!
J7INK Cottugo with I'm lor. Dinlng
iooiii Hall, 4 Laign Bcdiooms,
Katji, I'autiy, Kitclicu and all modern
iinpioveuiuiita, lleietanla licet-cai
jMbS the door. Kent 8;I5.
KJ- For fuithur information apply to
o. j. McCarthy,
CHAS. T. CULECK,
Motary Public for the Iblatsd of Oaliii.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to La
Agent to Grant Maulagii Lhein-cs, Ho
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &
Scott's Fieight it Paicels Kxjues-,.
Agents for the iiurlliigtoii JSoute.
Real Estate Broker & i1.1
Hell Tele. J48,&n&r Mutual Tele. 139,
P.O. Box Jin.
JUT OKKiuiii No.IlSMeruhaiitstieet,
Honolulu, Ouhu, H. I. jun 92
Australian Mill Seivice!
VOK HAS SSSANCI-SUO.
The New and Flur Al ytenl Hietunsliln
Of the Ocounie Stetunshlp romp.my will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
July 23, I0S2,
Autl will leave for the above port with
mails and pa"cuuerd on tir
about that d.ttc.
For Sydney and Auckland !
.i - V-
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Fi.ineisco on or about
July 29, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
jSy The undersigned aie now pre
paid to lsue Tlnough Tickets fioin
this city to all points in the United
JEQJf" For further paitieulais legaidlng
I l eight or Passage, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIfl & CO.. L'd,
Mar's stiaulv Co.'s
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p.m.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaca Ua
and M.ikvnti the banie day; Muhu
koiui, Kawaihaeand Laupahoehoe the
following day, arriving at liilo aL
Returning leaves Hilo, touching al
Laupahoelioo saino day; Kawaihae
A. m.; Mahukoiia 10 a. m.; Alukou.i
1 i'. m. ; M.ialaea Hay 0 i m. ; Ltilia
imi 8 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu G A. it. Wednesdays
AKKIVES AT HONOLULU.
S.itimlnv, Inly Kith
Wednesday, " 27lh
S.itui day, Aug. (Jth
Wednesday, " 17th
Satuiday, " 27ih
gjST No Freight will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
lui, Huelo, liana, Hanioa and Kipa
liulii, Maui, ami Paauliau, Hawaii,
Returning will arrive at Honolulu
overy Sunday nioruing.
gS"No Freight will bo rocoieil'l
after ! i. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at tho landings
to receive their freight, as wo will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
height lias been landed, While tho
Company will use duo diligence in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
sume any responsibility in caso of the
loss of sanio, and will not bo responsible.
lor money or jewelry unless placed in
Hie care of Pursers.
W. C. WILDEIt.Frcddoiit.
S. II. ROSK, Secretary.
CAPT, J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
Tevltsr .to Wu( cliiuulicr.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
Kiiitf SLrH!l, Honolulu, II. J.
1ST IMiticular attention jiald to all
kinds of i epulis. l-'il
Island Shells and Curios !
WIIOLICSALK ami ietai, cheap for
' cash, at 101 Foil stieet, between
KhleiV fit y goods btoie 'and Frank
Geitz's shoo stole.
353 ii 'j 'I'AKNA'PJ'.
Yuioano House Mos
Special Rates For Ffiiiiilus and
The Volcano Ilntitu uitos fioin iiiui
tiftor this dato will bo:
IS Himl Tiip, up and loturn by
siiine route, 7 days $0
Up by way of ICau, rotuiii by
way of llilo, 1 1 days $70
Up by way of llilo, return by
way ICau, 11 day.-. .f 80
Hii.ud and Lodging al Volcano
Uoum', $1 per day.
To Holdeit of Hound TiipTiukotb
Maying over, and any one Maying
nvei live rijiyt-, $3 a day for all execs-
ovi'i he day?. ,
To families or p.nties of four and
upwaitlt, Imliliiig tickets and staying
over, or staying after live day, .f2.r0
Cliililien under live, with p.iionl,
Childien between live and ten, half
IC1LAUKA VOLCANO IIOUSK CO.
.1 line 'J I, ISiVi.
lnti Ifii 2 -It
Facile Hail sttiisliii Ge.
Occidental & OriGiuai S, S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Slcameis of the above Companies will
call ut Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about the following
Stmr. "Oceanic" Aug. 23, 1832
Simr '-China" Oct. 3, 1892
Stmr. "Ocuanic" Nov. I, 1892
Stmr. "China" Dae. 12,1892
S mr. "Oceanic" Jin. 11, 1893
Slmr. "ihlna" Fob 20,1893
Stmr. "Gaelic" April H.lo93
For San Francisco.
StiMiiicis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokolrima to the above
poii on or about the following dates:
Jiiy 2G, 1892
CoT Bound Tiip Tickets to Yokohama
and return, 350.
t& For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
207 tf Agents.
fioin S. F.
for S. F.
Jtilv 12 July li)
Aug!) Aug Hi
Sept (! Sept lit
Oot-1 Oct 11
Nov I Nov 8
Fi oin San Kraneiseo Fi oin Sydney for
for Sydney. San FimiicIm-o.
Anive Honolulu. I uvc Honolulu.
Al.inmla .July 2!
Maiiposa ..lul 28
Aug 20 Mouinvai Au
Sept 2!J Alameda. Sopi
Oct 21 Maiiposa ,Oe
Nov 18'Monowai . .No
FOR SALE OR LBASE.
On and after May
lNia, the New and
--.'JlLfll". ity Jlllll.. Mn.t.ll'll Wi.-i.1nili.
? i'i'it'j 'if :i" I-," ."l"H ! IIL-JIMkltlyl)
-it4-'"' ol the iiinlerlgiied. on
Thui -Ion Avenue, containing Laigc I'.u
lur. Dining Itooin, ('ou-eiyatoiy, Two
Bedioniu, Diesslug Room with btatlou
aiy WusImuihI and Cedar Waidiobe,
iiathiooui wi'h Patent LIoel and Hot
and Cold Water lUtuehinent, Pantiles,
China Chuet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all altach
Largo and convenient .stable on the
piciult-cn containing two huge bo.-ntall,
can luge, haiue'-s and fied looms, and
Giouuds 2U02U0, beautilully laid out
ami teuaceil. 'Hie luw Is inisiiipa.ed
For fin ther pntilculais see
W. (J. AM1LF.Y,
!lh(!-lf O. It. A L. Co.'s Depot.
G. B. RiPLY,
Oifick: Itooin ii, bpieckels' Block,
Mutual Telephone 208.
Now Designs ! Motlom BuikliLgs I
Complete plans and specllieatlons for
eveiy description of building. Contiacts
ih.tlfii timl n.iw.fnl n.lliwn'1 ntlll(lllll'0 llf
and examine nlmns. ujir'20 ly
II. L. FHJMAY EVENING.
THE EV0LU1I0H OF HAWAII.
(.t'ltitu Kuta I'll lil"- Washington.)
Uage eomncls the rccniiition of
'two pronunciations ol New Orleans.
Are j'oti tiavclui suiilliwnnl on the
wave of u iiii)(l flu uicial seasonV
ICvcrylliing is going tottr way toward
New .Jit'letins; anil as you settle
uiictuotixly upon the Aw, your pro
nunciation lias the moral support of
generations of "real, old Southern
gentlemen, sahl" Consult the or
acles well in selecting your lucky
numbers, or when you arc making
the same trip in a third-class coach
your capital all invested in blank lot
tery tickets jou will be shocked at
your plebian tendency to speak of
New OrciiN. A change of name,
you sec, but entirely subjective, for
which the old city cannot fairly be
Observe another phenomenon. My
old school-friend, Smith, acted upon
by ccitain local iulluciices, has differ
entiated into Stii3'the. Of course
Smythc's lainily objected to the odi
inn of the second-hand name business
as a voufhtul folly of Smith's which
yet imist be endured in well as pos
sible. The reason for tins change is
objective, and when you have recov
ered from your paroxysm of ridicule,
Messrs. Hrown or Hog, an indulgent
community will lend itself in turn to
your disguise, if you wish to gratify
your pride or piouiole your welfare
by an extra "e."
The little kingdom in the Pacific,
still widely known as the Sanihvich
Islands, would also lay aside iis
Smith small-clothes and assume the
torjn virilts of a Sinylho civilization.
This figure, 1 admit, seems seatcc
ly appiopnate, considering how
slight a connection clothes of any
kind had with the eaily history of
This term Sandwich Islands, to
the average American mind, is al
ways associated with cannibalism,
and j'ou know theie is not the slight
est doubt that Ilawuiiaus never ale
human llesli except under the mis
apprehension that it was dog's llesli
- a qualification to explain the anec
dote relating to the Captain Cook
tragedy, rather than an imitation of
the gentle satire of Swift,
The old whaling captains, who bat
tened on these coasts between whale
seasons, called the islands Sandwich
Islands, and so did the Sunday
school scholars who sent their pen
nies to suppoit missionaries in tho
Pacific. How fortunate it is that
advancing civilization lias little
place for the whaler, and that he,
once commercially impoiinul, now
icsts from his labors while his work-.
follow him works constituting a
sort of alcoholic blotch on the social
nose of the countries he patronized.
And Ihe missionaiy? No, he is
not through yet, notwithstanding the
fact that now Hawaiian children
hoard their five-cent pieces in aid of
many a South Sea mission. You see,
the missionaiy in Hawaii is very
much embarrassed in his point of at
tack. He would find it cheaper to
focus his evangelizing ellorts on Am
erica diiect, but a constant stream
of Anglo-Saxon immigiatiou into his
field of labor turnishes all the heath
en material he can handle al once.
In most minds this island kingdom
calls up a jumble of myths and le
gends associated more or less closely
with the adventures of Captain
Cook. These are all right at least
many of them are but they belong
sliictly to the Sandwich Islands, not
to the half-century-old Hawaii which
has taken their place. Fifty years
in the nineteenth centu' will do a
great deal for u new couuliy. Of
course it has nut done so much for
the United States as for its little
neighbor, since Uncle Sum had no
hiiiitt (temples) to abandon, and
long beloie the era of Audio iy Coin
stock national piejudices demanded
some sorl of garment. The States
have witnessed no such changes us
have come to puss in Hawaii with the
donning of the holoku winch is, by
interpretation, a mother hubhard.
These few years have dispellud the
picliiicsqiic phantasm of healheu
doiii, as though civilization weie u
horseman galloping swiftly to meet
Tho supeib old warriors of the
vicloiious Ktiiuchuuichu have been
i educed to a hundiiil of toy soldiers
at the palace, and one stalking trage
dian who, finding a revolution too
much of a seiio-couiedy, prefers tho
less dangerous notoriety ol Ameiicaii
newspapers, with now ami then u
dash of ward politics. This last per
sonage is such an acknowledged pro
digy that the people good-lminoredly
refuse to hang liiui despite his best
efforts lo seciuu that end - excusing
him on the sufficient giouuds that his
Italian military education could hard
ly be conducive to usefulness. When
a man's menial capital is exclusively
inililuiy, it naturally falls far below
par when the standing army num
bers less lliuti fifty, uud a militia is
constitutionally prohibited. What
about the quarterly revolutions down
hem i" Practically they do not exibt.
Don't you suppose the hustling Hast
en! paragrnpher knows that it will
lake twenty-four days, at the leust,
to attack Ins pretty tissue liuill out
ol whole clolIiV Safe, isn't he, at
live dollars a column ! A month-old
'"-warn tins ago. we. ngu a nc u.it
history, and only pulanta wrangle
news in this ago is well nigh uncieni
JULY 8. 1S92.
oer inissiutemeiits in nneieilt bis
t 1 1 . . The busy public has no time;
so Hawaii takes these damages to
her national credit with a patient
slung, while liur hopes aie built on a
cible in the nrar future. In thu
meantime she liiiile1 herself with her
millions inveMi d in. planting nidus
tiie, oouluit with her one lutle mili
tary episode which was saved from
the farcical in that it marked a con
stitutional advance and cost four or
Entire unconcern is dilllcult, how
ever, when the Mclvinley bill steps
into the ring, backed by the sugar
octopus, which doesn't pretend to
the disinterested philanthropy of its
relative, the Louisiana State Lottery.
It is rather hard on the American
sugar-growers here with their one
hundred and twenty-live thousand
tons of sugar yearly 1 Does Mclvin
ley know that the majority of the
sugar-growers arc Americans, and
that they had a moral right to
expect better things, according to
the terms of the old treaty? 15ul the
islanders are spunky, and deprecate
putting up their shutters until the
squeezing of the friendly trust be
If the United States wants one of
the finest harbors in the world in
view of another possible Chile day,
it had belter not let protective con
sistency run awuy with it The Gov
ernment needs a foothold in the Paci
fic, and no such suitable naval station
as Hawaii is available. It is here for
somebody; if not for Uncle Sam, then
perhaps for John , who lias
a keen eye for such advantages.
But this grossly material woild is
too much with us. It would be far
inoi o amusing to launch into a social
study of Hawaii, with its euiioiisly
cosmopolitan population ; or still
greater temptation io drop into
poetry over the vai ied beauty of its
mountains, valleys and shores. Sand
wich or Hawaiian, these islands could
not but be radiantly beautiful. Utili
tarianism can liardl mar the greatest
of their natural wonders, though no
doubt it would gladly show Kiluueu's
lire-lake side by side with Niagara
Kalis at the Chicago Fair. Hawaii
will fdways be the asylum for despair
ing refugees fioin ruggeder climates,
and a bonanza for investors, in spite
of the tetnpoinry shyness caused by
the coquetries of Uncle Sam.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of IS. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., says while lie
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it is
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent boltles for sale
by all dealeis. Benson, Smith &Co.,
A Tflj io Mania Loa
Great Crater of Mokuaweoweo,
Special aii.ingcments have been
made by the Volcano House Company
foi tending a putty to the lop of Ma
THIS PAHTY WILL LISAVE HO
NOLULU ON THIS STMR. HALL
ON JULY If) and leturu on tho
steamer Kinau uriiving in Honolulu,
THIS PKICK FOIt A BOUND
TRIP TICK 1ST, including steamer
f.ue, animals, guides, blankets, foods
and all expenses will bo 100,
which includes all of the regular ex
penses of a trip to the Volcano. The
trip includes a I hive days' tday al the
Volcano Hoiiso after thu return from
gjSF l'iekets can lie obtained from
tho lutoi-lsland Steam Navigation
Co., and full information W)ll be sup
plied by said Company, IS. C. Mac-i-Aiii(ANi:,Treasiirer,orL.
Seeintary of tho Volcano Company.
Ai plications for tickets should Im
mad)' immediately as dm number will
KILAUISA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, Juno 21, 1802.
MAN who iiuilei stands fanning
aud taking cate of stock: must bo
sobei and thoioiighly posted in hli work
and have good lefeienees; none but a
competent man need apply. Addiess
"P. O. Box L," Honolulu. ili I m
'I'lMUEIt eiioiigli to niiiko fiOOO cord
L of Fliowood or chuico.il at Ci
emits a coid. Apply at
H5 d Hawaii.
VJOTI IS Is heieby given that the
iN undesigned will not tie responsi
ble for any debts liieinred without his
Honolulu, June 25, 18'JJ, 45(1 U
! Wm. U. Irwin & Cuiiiiao,
i DKt'HU l'OIl ham;
PARAFFH.r. CAlN! tl).'S
! COMPOUNDS aud ROOFitU
hit Steam Pipe Cowing, all -.lies.
BUOK & OltDAWUT'O
High Grade Chomical Cane Mauorc.
6M33 SEEDS :
And CLOY KUS.
Fairbank Canniny Co.'ti Corner5
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Harlford Fire Insurance Co.,
Asseis, Sb',2 1 9,458.98.
London & Lancashire Firo Ina. Co.
Thames & Mersoy (Vldrino Ins. Co ,
Assets, $6,1 24,057.
Now York Life Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
il. I Mil k CO.
Wm. G. Irwin. .
W. M. Giltaid....
Theo. O. Poller.,
Piesident a, .Manager
AOKNTS OK TUB
or nun Fi-uiiciHi'u. i
CASTLE & GOOKE,
Liio, Fire & JMarino
Insurance Agents 1
Hew Englaud Mutual Life iDb. Co.,
Etna Firo Ins. Co. ol Hartford.
OK SAN KIlANOISCO, OAI.IKOKNIA.
C. BREWER & CO..
i.iBT ok oi'i'ionits:
J. O. Glutei Piesident .t Manager
G. 11. Rubcitbou ....Tieusiue.
E. F. Bishop Seci etarj
n . F. Allen , ..... , ,....,. Audltoi
Boil. O. JS. Bishop, S. C. Allen,
For Itiouldiuh, FruimtH,
1'aslols, AfltiiyiieH, Phot o
tfi'avuroH, Elolilntfs mid
ovorythinji in (ho Him of
pictures, go lo King JSron..,
f. ii'iiTi ntii .iriMTU
M.LXWH.IBIH !! IIHMIIWIM.
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
Duiiiig the process of deepening the
channel at the i-iitiauee to Honolulu
harbor the Dredger will be in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will be a danger bignal placed on the
forwtud dciiiek ii Dudger uboul HO
feel above sen level, winch cun be seen
by all vessels approaching lliehaibor.
The signal consists Red Red
of tin co red light-
and a white light
as in the diagram, Wbitu
the red lights being
about II leot apart
with tho white light
Mi the center, Ked
All steamers cio-sing tho bar will
stop al a safe distance fioin the Dred
gei and c,ie one blast of their whibtle
which will be answered by u singlo
blast fi. in the Dredger, to be fol
lowed b tin oo blasts f lorn the Diedg
vi 'vIk n the passage ib clear anil they
The Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing tho Dredger when neees
saty. C. N. SPENCER,
.Minister ol tho luteiior.
Interior Otlioe, .Match J, !S'J2.
The Minister of Finance appiovos
of Hie following list, of persons to act
.is Deputy Assessors uud Colkuors
for the year 1S92:
Ewa and Waianae. ,
Koolaupoko No. 1 . .
Koolaupoko No. 2..
.IS. P. Aikue
L. J. Avlett
liana. . . .
Wm. T. Robinson
. .. .David Mutton
J. P. Sylvu.
Molokai and Lanai. ..
Hilo and N. llilo ....A. C. Willfong
llniniikii.i Chas. Williams
South Kohala. . Wilinot Vrodcnburg
Noith Kohala Ebon P. Low
North Kona J. Kaelemakulo
South Kona Thos. II. Wright
Kau 0. T. Shipnian
Puna J. IS. Eldirts
Wuimc.i and Niiluiu Tb. Brandt
Koloa A. K. Mika
Lihuo. . . .
llunalei. . .
.W. IS. l)eeiill
H. A. WIDEMANN,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, Juue22, lbi)2.
Honolulu, Juno 21, IS!)::.
In aceoidance with Sec. 1 of Chap
ter XXVII. of the Laws of lbbli.
All persons holding wulor privileges
or tlioso paying water rates, are heie
by notified that the water rates for
the term ending December 111, lb'.li,
will be duo and payable at the olllco
of the Honolulu Water Works, on tho
first day of July, 1892,
All such lutes leinaining unpaid
for iifteou days after thoy are due,
will be subject to uu additional 10 per
Kates aio payable at the olllco of
tlm water works in the Kapuaiw.i
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Wator Works.
Honolulu, II. 1 Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of wator privileges, oi those,
paying waler rates, urn heieby notU
lied (hat tho hours for using water for
irrigation purposes aro from 0 to S
o'clock a. m and 1 to 0 o'clock i m.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Bupt, Honolulu Water Works.
C. N. Shj.nokii,
Minister of the lnteuo-.
Whou ou want a Portrait
Kulaifjed oh 11 on King Bros.,
got Uiuir piiuo lint and mo
BUiuploH. Thoy cau't bo bout.