Newspaper Page Text
yrvi. r? r " ' , if" '1
pwl - rj
p ilf ft W
I J I ."V
HL?'7 l&y?-,,. Kfri&t
T(il& 7 A. I Wily -v
SS , IW
.MSmKPS t t. S5K VtiaPBSKE-. .
'-. S JfJ '
"V'f'S'V. J.' f If1-!
j-2l' Tft V Mil
--r ' ' '
J IHl V . VZ-. l IT i Xi lTi
; v -jxWJ . v. :c:fi-vr "'-rwrJ.T,
ifr-sii warRV-t .'jr??
Vol. IV. No. 479.
LKIi "DALLY BBLUT1H"
13 I'll 1)1.13 II HI)
Bvbry Afturnoon Except Sund.iyh
At tliL. Olllcu, Qii'-en stiect, Honolulu,
OAMEL LOGAN Editor & Managct
Daily Bullotin Publishing Company,
Daily Bulletin, 1 your $G 00
" ti months 3 00
" per mo n tli (de
Wkrkly Bulletin Summakv, 1
year 4 00
II II !
foreiu 5 00
a Until IVIrliluiiu-N .. itttO. -U
Stir" Address all Imslnuss coiiinuinluu
ilous 1,Manaoi:u Daily Bulletin."
TAildruss all mutter for publica
tion "Eurrou Daily Buli.kvin."
. !. idix H. Slonollllll. II. l.
J ALFRED MAGOON,
. Attorney nt Iaiw and Notary
Public. No. 42 Merchant Ptiuet, Ilouo
HW. Schmidt Ss Sons,
Importers & Commission Jler
tbaiits. Fort street, Honolulu. l-!ll
HHACKFELD & CO ,
Gcner.il Commission Agents.
Corner Foit and Queen stiects, Hono
lulu, H. 1. 1-91
G"W. MAOFAHLANE & CO.,
Irnpoiters and Commlsion
Merchants. Queen street, Honolulu,
U. I. 1-01
GONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Alerchunts. Beaver Block, Honolulu,
U. I. l-iil
JOHN T. Waterhouse,
Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
fl. 1. 1-U1
WILDER & CO.,
Dealero in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-01
L EWERS fe Cooile,
Importers and Dealers In Lum
ber and all kinds of Building- Materials.
Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IRON WOBES,
Honolulu, i i H. I,
btcatn Engines, Sugar Mills, Boiler?,
Coolers; Iron, lir.iss and Lead Casting;
Machinery of eveiy description made to
otder. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blaeksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at short notice. 1-91
j:0. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
a. a is iv a
3Iii1iiiKoiiu. Koliulu, Iltuvuii.
WINNER & CO.,
92 Fort Street, Honolulu
H. W. SCHMIDT 6 SONS,
Agents lor the Hawaiian Islands.
KI111; Slri'nt, II0110I11I11.
Kxfollent uccoiiimodulion for patients.
1)U. A. R. ItOWAT, V. S.
Ollleo Hours 7:30 to 10 a.m.; 12:,'I0
to 2 p. in.; 4::!0 to ii p. in.
Tklei'iiones: Bell 90. Mutual 183.
1. O. Box 32(1. lOSif
New Collage io Rent!
JT'INF. Cotingo witli Parlor, Dluiug
? loom Hall, 4 Lai go Bi'diooius,
liulli, Paiitiy. Kitchen and all modem
impiovemeiitn. Iliiietatiia tieet-cars
mss tlic door. I 1 1 1 l 8:)."i,
K8 For furtlier iiifounatioii apply to
O. J, McOABTIIY,
GIUS. T. GULICJC,
Notary Public fur the Iblaod of Oahu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to La
Agent to Grant Maiilago Licenses, Ho
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands of i'ltt iV
Scott's I'"ielglit iV Parcels Kspiess.
Agents for the Biiillugton Boutu.
Real Estate Broker & ,!MU.,
Bell Tele. 3 IS.-QSaiiar Mutual Tolo. ISO.
P. O. Hox-115.
tkfir Oft-ici:. No.ySMerchiuitstreet,
Honolulu, Oahu, U. i. jun 02
i ini 1,
Australian Mill Seiviccl
l'Olir SAN FK.VXOINIMK
Tho Now and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
July 26, 1892,
And will leave for the above port with
mails and pnsscngcrs on or
about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New aud Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sau
Francisco on or about
July 29, 1392,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for
the above porta.
JOT The undersigned are now pre
pared to issue Through Tickets fioin
this city to all points in the United
36? Foi furtlier particulars regarding
Fi light or Passage, apply to
V7m. O. JKWIN & CO.. L'd,
1-91 General Agents.
fitter's stomal) Go.'s
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m.,
touching at Lahaina, JMaalaea Bay
and Makcna tho same day ; Mahu
kona, JCawaihnc and Laupahoolioc tho
following day, airiviug at Hilo at
Tuesday,. . . .
lloturniug -leaves Ililo, touching at
Laupahoohoe btimo day; Kawaihae
A. ai.j Mahukona 10 a. .m.; Maken.i
1 P. M. ; Maalaea Bay G p. m. ; Laha
ina 8 p. m. tho following day; nniv
ing at Honolulu G a. ji. Wednesdays
AHKIVES AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday July 27th
Satuiday, Aug. Gtli
Saturday, " 27tli
No Freiclit will be received
after 12 110011 of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kali 11
lui, Huolo, Haua, lfamo.i and Kip.i
liulii, Maui, and Paauliau, Hawaii.
Bcturning will univo at Honolulu
ovury Sunday 11101 ning.
gj& No Freight will bo received
aftor '1 p. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at tho landings
to receive their freight, as wo will not
hold ourselves responsible after bucIi
freight lias been landed. While tho
Company will use duo diligoiico in
handling live block, we decline to iib
sunio any responsibility in c.ir-o of the
loss of same, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
(lie euro of Pursers,
W. C. WILDER, President.
S. IJ. BOSIO, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
Jo"Wi?lr to Wul ili iiiultor.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
King Street, Honolulu, II, I.
tor Paiticular attention paid to all
kinds of lepalm. 1-91
Island Shells and Curios !
WIIOLKSALK and lelail, cheap for
T cash, at 101 1-ort fetieet, bclwceii
Klilorr' ill y good fctoie and Frauk
Gci tit's shoe stoic.
3C3 ti 'J'. TANNATT.
Volcano Rouse Rates
Special Rates- For Families and
Tim Volcano House rates from and
after this diitc"will bo :
Bound Trip, up and return by
Bame route, 7 dayB $60
Up by way of KaU, return by
way of Hilo, 11 days $70
Up bv way of lltilo, return by
way Kau, 14 days $80
Board and Lodging at Volcano
Houtc, $4 per day.
To Holders of Bound Trip TickeU
.slaying over, and any ouo ktaying
over live days, $3 a day for all excess
over live days.
To families or pa 1 ties of four anil
upwaids, holding tickets and staying
over, or staying after five days,' $2.50
Children under five, with parents,
Children between live and ten, half
KILAUEA. VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
Juno 24, 1892.
45G 15t 2G 4t
Facile Mail StsamsMp Co.
Occidental & Oriental S, S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Stcameis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about the following
Sfmr. "Oceanic" Aug. 23, 1892
Stmr. ''China".... Oct. 3, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" Nov. 1, 1B92
Stmr. "China" Dec. 12, 1892
S'mr. "Ocoanic" Jan. 11, 1B93
Stmr. "ihina" Fob 20. 1893
Stmr. "Gaolic" April It. 1893
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong aud Yokohama to the above
pott on or about the following dates:
Slmr. "Oceanic" July 26, 1892
CSS" Bound Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and leturu, $350.
SasSf For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
207 tf Agents.
Offline Siustiip Lin;,
fiom S. F.
for S. K.
Aug 9 Aug l(i
Sept (i Sept 13
Oct 4 Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Fi 0111 San Francisco Fioin Sydney for
for Sydney. San Fiauelsco.
A n ivc Honolulu. I cave Honolulu.
Alameda July 29 Mariposa .July 28
Maiiposii. Aug 2(i Monowai Auu 25
MonovMii Sept 23 Alunieda. Sepi 22
Aiaineita (Jet 21
Maiiposa. .Nov 18
1. r si.viniiN
Mariposa ,Ot" 20
Monowai . .Nov 17
a. w. iii.ti:ii,
Fort Street, over F. Gertz's Shoe Store.
View, Landscape & Portrait!
Views of tho Island
Constantly on Hand
Natives Making Pol, Grass Houses, Ha
waiian Stylo Biding, lliilaliula Dauceis,
Cocounut Gioc. Palm X Date Gioves,
Stieet VInws it Bu. ding'', War Vessels,
Shipping it Miuliie Views, Etc., Etc.
JJoT Also a Large Collection of all
Prominent and interesting Views of the
Hawaiian Islands either Mounted or
BOOKS OF HAWAIIAN VIEWS
Made up to order at the most Bea-
i-ouablo Bates in Honolulu.
Cabinets $6 and $5 a Dozon.
4C01 tor P. O. BOX 198 6i ftf
C. B. RIPLEY.
Oi-kici:: Boom f, Spieokels' Block.
Mutual Telephone 208,
New Designs I Modern Buildings 1
Complete plans and speclllcatlons for
eveiy dcscilption of building. Contracts
drawn and caieful supeilnteiidt'iice of
consti uction given wheti muihcd, Cull
aud examine ulana. apr 29 ly
I,, SATURDAY EVENING.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE-.
Urltilant Miipcckh nt the Cnctmo ci-
UltMll V.Xi 1'fli.OM
Tlie exhibition ball at St. Louis
College was full ly crowded yeaieitlay
morning to witness the commencement
exercises of the college. I'xohintly
at 10x'clock Her Majesty the 0.ueen,
attended by Gov. A. S. Clfeghom,
Mpjfor J. W. Roberteo'n, Chfimber
latn, and Mesdauies Wilson and
Clark, entered tho hall and tiro party
were conduoted to their aeMs by
Father Lconor. Among others pre
sent wore: Mons. Vizzavon,t''rench
Commissioner; Menbor A. de Souza
Canavafro. Consul for Portugal ; F.
A. richnofer, Consul for Italy; J.
Hotjng, Consul for Spain;' lion.
S. M. Damon, of the Board of
Education ; lions. J. A. Aklpa and
J. II. Waipuilani, Alatau T, Atkin
son, Inspector-General of 'relioois,
and wife; Miss Louisa Briekwood,
of the Royal School, and a host oi
others Father Gulstan, Bishop of
Olba elect, sat on the right hand side
of the Queen. Other members of
the Catholic clergy were present.
The program was an interesting
ono as follows:
Overture King Mydaa. . . .Eilenberg
Address J. O.'Crowder
Chorus Medley Quartette.. .White
Violin Solo, National Fantasio..
Beading George Cooper
Solo and Chorus Lazy John. .
G. Lucas aud W. Sandemau.
Imagination '.D. Keola
Vocal Duet Tell Me Where Glover
A. Long, S. Cullcn, P. Gleason
aud J. McC ibe.
Loquacity James Lane
Choruh The Heavens are Telling
Violin Brigade Petite Fantasie
J. Hausniann, P. Gleason and
Affectation J. C. Crowder
Solo and Chorus Comrade. . . .
G. Cooper, Soloist.
Violin Solo Biii-siun Vir-......Jaiiha
James Lane.' , .
Reputation P.1 K, Kuruda
Chorus Moonlight ml come
Vacation Valedietoiy.. .Geo. Cooper
Distribution of Premiums.
March Hurrah for Vacation. . .
The selections by the college or
chestra were rendered in a profes
sional at le, and seldom has such a
treat in music beon heard here in
public. Brother Albert was director
of both the orchestral and vocal ren
ditions, with Brother Francis as ac
companist on the piano. The orches
tra consists of scholars iu the college
am' former pupils, assisted by the
J. C. Crowder in his address said
that the custom in former years of
having declamations and singing
alone l.ad been relinquished, and a
feature this year would lie the es
says on the different feelings and
characteristics peculiar to mankind.
The diffeient essays delivered by
some of the graduates were excellent
compositions, and were instiuctive a9
well as intei esting. The essay,
"Loquacity," by James Lane, was
an instructive piece and caused much
laughter by its pointcdncss. It con
tained hints which would have been
of priceless value to home members
of tho present Legislature.
"La.y John," a solo and chorus,
by Masters George Lucas and Wil
lie Kaudeman, was a pleasant rendi
tion and created no little amusement.
A vocal duet, "Tell Me Where," by
Masters A. Long, S. Culleu, 1
Gleason and J. McCabe was well
given, the high pitch of A. Long's
treble sounding full and clear. The
college choir numbering about foity
boys rendered three choruses in an
excellent manner, their voices blend
ing well together. J. Hansniann's
manipulation of the violin was mas
terly, a3 also were the playing of 1.
Gleason aud C. Wills. Young Hans
maun in the "National Fantasie"
showed creditable ability. A violin
soo, "Russian Air," was executed
by James Lane in a professional
style. The other pieces on the pro
gram were all well delivered, in fact,
the exercises as a whole were suc
cessful in every way. The elocution
showed careful training aud perse
verance. The graduates this year are F. P.
Kuroda, Dau Keola, Jus. Carey
Laue, J. C. (Jrowder, Ji., Geo.
Cooper, Manuel Cook, James 1'.
Lino, Jos. P, Lino, and Peter Na
luai. The prizes for diawing were won
by F. P. Kuroda, James Lane and
Demosthenes Lycurgus. First pri.u
violin, James Lane; lirstpiizc piano,
Albert Lloyd. Fifty other prizes in
hooks were also given.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
I systeni and purify the blood. For
1 sae by Benson, Smith &. Co,, Agents.
DOES A SPUR
DO FOR A
Your hor-eis weak and weary with
a long d.i 1 j 'iirnev. ion hive iid
dcii him sine euil iimniing. Im
patient to icaih n shelter lor the
night, ou dine the spur into his
panting sides. Lie leaps forward,
and for a time trots onward rapidly.
What did the spur do for him? Did'it
give him strength? If so, why feed ,
him? If not, what made him go-faster?
Here is a short personal state
ment which a man makes. Try and
see if you can see any likeness be
tween the two cases.
He says: "Up to August, 1885, I
was a stiong, healthy man. At that
time 1 began to feel tired, dull and
heavy, with a faint, dizzy sensation
as if 1 should tumble down any min
ute. 1 could not imagine what was
coining over me. Theio was a bad
taste 111 ui mouth, my breath win
bad, and my mouth would often fill
with an offensive slimy matter. My
appetite was poor, and after eating I
hulfeied great lain, and wind would
roll all over me. I had much pain
at the stomach, and was sick every
morning, and threw up a gie.it deal
of phlegm. 1 also had a pain like
the thrust of a knife culling me be
tween the shoulders and low down in
the back at the kidneys. When at
work 1 got tired in live minutes, and
had to stand and rest.
"I kept on with my work, how
ever, for some time as best I could,
for I had a wife and family depend
ing upon me. But it was a hard and
tedious task, as even stooping made
me cry out with pain. After a while
I grew so weak 1 could scarcely
crawl about, and was compelled to
give up my employment. When I
ventured out of doors 1 felt so dizzy
that I had frequently to stop and
rest for fear of falling, and was so
bad tiiat people would think I was in
drink, and 1 had often to call at a
chemist's and get a draught to help
me home. I tried herbs and other
medicines, and was attended by a
doctor, but I got no better. In this
dead-and-alive way I lingered on
until Apiil, 1890, when my wife got
an almanac from the druggist, aud I
read of a case of a railway guard at
Manchester, who had been ctued'by,
a medicine called Mother Seigel's
Curative Syrup alter the doctors had
given him up. So I wrote to him,
aud he replied that it had cured :iiin
and would do me good. Upon this
I got a bottle, and after a few doses
I felt better, and by keeping on
using it I was soon all right and
back at my woik, and have been well
ever since. When 1 feel any signs
of stomach disorder a few doses set
me right directly. I feel very grate
ful for the gi eat benelit 1 have re
ceived, and wisli others who may be
ill to know of it; as, if I had known
of Mother Seigel's Syrup at the out
set I would have been saved over
four years' suffering. I have lived
in Birkdalc fifteen years, and if any
one writes to 1110 I shall bo glad to
(Signed) "Thomas Spkuuix,
"Kitchen Range Setter,
"28, Stamford Road,
"Biikdule, Southporl "
Now, where is the likeness between
Mr. Sperrin's experience and our
illustration about the horse? It is
this: The horse gains no new strength
from the application of the spur. Of
course we ail see that he cannot.
But the pain arouses him and mnkes
a draft on his icservod nervous
power with a corresponding degree
of exhaustion to follow. This is al
ways Nature's way. Shu gives
nothing for nothing. All must be
paid for. Look back at Mr. Sper
rin's statement where he says: '!
kept on al my work, for I had a wife
and family depending on me." That
was his spur. It was woik or worse
witli him, as ilis witli moilol us. But
he had to pay foi laboring when he
was unable, by having to give up
wink altogether, and what the end
would have been had not Seigel's
Syrup come to the rescue nobody can
Bay. Possibly the saddest thing wo
can think of. Any way this trium
phant medicine saved him, aud he
can work now without a spur.
If the reader also has indigestion
and dyspepsia, with its painful and
alarming consequences and symp
toms, or knows of another who has,
he will be able to Heat himself or
advise his friend.
C. L. BRITO,
Cornur of Smith unci Khjk StreotH,
Smith and King
Keeps a Complete Line of
And BeeeiMs Mow Consignments by
Every Steamer. Also
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER f? & BUILDEN.
Jobbing pioinptly attended to.
84 Beretania St. -telttur Bell Tele. 280.
I herewith appoint Mn. 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 ASS0RTMEMT"jU5T ARRIVED.
H. F. WIC8LMAM
la showing a beautiful line of
In the pierced work now so popu
lar and at piices which you will
For Such High Grade Goods.
H. F. WICHMAN
8TBiM CAM FiCTOBT
F. 11 OllS,
Practical Confcctionei, Pastry Cook &
71 Hoiel St. -igrttay- Telephone 7-t.
--S. Til If.
g Mo'tropoiitaii fjMi
SI KING STBKHT,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
BRAVER &. SALOl'fl
Dio Boot Luiibh m Town,
Tea &nd Ooffea at ,U Rows
The Finest lirauds of
Giiars, jggfc Wbck
Always on 11 ;mil.
II. .;. 'OIrS:. kniiriflr.
Ujiilt RduJii & Boiler !
HaT IN GOOD OHDKlt -J
VVm. G. Irwin (XimpaDf,
OHM'lt KOK S.ALE
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Fell Slcam Pipe CoverlDg, all sizes.
liUOK &. OIll.AJw'JUT'8
rfigli Gidtle Glitiinicai Case fianuie.
oirbank Canning Co.'s Cc.iet
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Firo Insurance Co.,
London &. Lincashire Firo Ins. Co.
Thames & Mersey Marine ms. Co.,
. Assets, $6, 1 24,057.
New York Life Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
i G. MM & Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin. ...President & Manager
Clans bpreekels Vice-Presidnit
W. M. Giffanl....SLcretary K Treasurer
Theo. C. Poiter Auditor
AGKNT3 OK TUK
Oceanic Sisiniii Coim'F,
Of Kim Fi-uih'Imco. Oil.
CASTLE & CGGKE
Life, Fire & Marine
insurance Agents I
Hew England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OK SAN rilANOISCO, CALIKOKNIA.
C. BREWER & CO.,
LIST OK Ol'KICKUS;
I. 0. Carter President A Manager
Q, II. Robertson Ti ensure
K. F. Bishop , , .Sect etarj
W. F. Allen Auditoi
Hon. O. R. Bishop, S. 0. Allou,
For Mouldings, Frames,
PastulH, Artotypus, Fltoto
jfnivuvos, Etchings and
everything in the lino of
pictures, go to Kinjr ltroa.,