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VOL. IV. NO. 503.
HONOLULU, II. ., MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1892.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
rillNTUI) AND I'OIILISIIEO
KM'I.IT BUNIIAV 1IY TIIK
Dally Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd.,
AT Till: 01 KICK,
Mcrchanl St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
SUDSOHIPTION Six Doi.luis Yiuit.
Delivered In Honolulu ut 1'iuv Ci'Nth a
Month, In advance.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
,Al Foltn Dot.LAlts a Yt:it to Domestic,
and Fivi: Doii.mis to Foicign Subscribcis.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Done in Superior Style.
Address letters for the paper "Dditor
Dullf.tijj," mid business letteiti " Manager
Dulletin Publishing Company." Using n
personal nddioss miiy cause delay in atten
tion. Doth Telephones 1B(I.
DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Manaycr.
J. ALFBED MAGOON,
Attohnuy-at-Iiaw and Notary Puiu.ic.
12 Jleiehant Stieet, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Iini'oitTrus am) Drvmrs in l.u.Miirii and
ALL K1MH OF PUILIIIMI JlATI 11IAI.S.
Foit Street, Honolulu.
WILDER & CO.,
Dru.i.ns in JiUMnEn, l'MNTh, Oils, Nails,
SU.T, AND liUILDI0 llArilKIALH
OP r.Vl UY KIND.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Imi'outkks and Commission Mi.kcii vnts.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD & CO., -
OnNKitAL Commission Aoknts.
Corner Port and CJneon Streets, Honolulu.
Q. W. MACFARIiANE & CO.,
jMl'OUTJvItS AND CoMMIhSION JIl'ltCHINTS.
Kaahumanu Stieet, ironolulu.
JOHN T. WATERHOTJSE,
iMi'onrrit and Di:li.ii in (Iim'iui
Queen Street, Honolulu.
GONSALVES & CO.
Whom'salhGkoci iu ni Wim: JIfiiciumh
Denver Dlock, Ilnnolulu,
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
AllCTIONI'lU NllOlCNI UVI. lillSIMHH Afll.Nr.
Jlahukona, Kolhilu, Hawaii.
WENNEE & CO.,
MiNin icruuiMi ami Imi'ouii.mi .Ii.u ri.riis.
!U Fort Street, Honolulu.
MANllKACrilllINO Jl'.WI.l.lll AMI WaH'H
MAKKK. Iviikul Jewelry a xpeclnlty. Paiticular
attention iaid to all kinds of lepairs.
King btreet, Honolulu,
ATLAS ASSUKANOE CO.
H. W. Bchmidt & Sons,
AdK.srs koii tiik Hawmiak Islands,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Ktham Dmiim:s, Biiiiaii Millh, Doili'hs,
Coolhis. Ikon, Dkvss, and Dbii
Machinery of Kvory Description Jlndo to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
JllaekBiiiIthing. Job Work executed at
KxritLLi'NT Aitommodaiion ton Prir.Nrs.
King Street, Honolulu.
Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S.
7ili0 to 10 a.m.; 12:0to'Ji.M.; J :.'S0 to 0 r.M.
ituiitm. ti:u:phoni:s Jiutuai isi.
P, O. llox 3J0.
O. B. RIPLEY,
Compltto pltins and HneelllcatloiiH for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn uiul careful suieriiitendeiico of con
structiou given when required. Cull and
examine plans, Now designs. Modern
huildlnga. Olllco, ltoouur),Hpieekuls' Dlock,
Jlutuul Tel. 'Mi,
Vender's Steamship Co.
Will lenvo Honolulu at 'J v. v., touching at
Laualna, Maalaca Bay, and Makcna
the same day;
Maliukona, Kawalhae, and Laupalioclioo
the following (Jay, arriving at
lictiiiniug leaves Hllo, touching at Lau
pahoohoo same day; Kawaihae a. m.; .Mil
liukona 10 a. M.; Jlakena I c. m, j Maalae.i
Hay lie. m.j Lnhaina 8 v, M. the following
day; anivingat Honolulu t! ,. w. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
AP.K1VKS AT HONOLULU:
& No Fieight will lie
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lenvo Honolulu eveiy Tuesday at
T . m., lonehing at
Kaliulul, Huelo, liana, llamoa, and Kipahulu,
And Faauliau, Hawaii,
l'etuining will anhcat Honolulu every
CCF No Freight will he leeeived aftci
4 i m. on ilay of Milling.
Consignees must be at the landings to
receive their Fieight, us wo will not hold
ourselves icsponsible after such Freight
has been landed.
While the Company will use duo dili
gence in handling lao Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in cae of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be responsible for
Jloney or Jew eh y unless placed in the eaie
W. 0. WU.DDH, President.
S. B. JtOSD,5eeietaiy.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
The undeisigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
ioit Tiin oTLi.imirrD
FUOJI TI1D "WOltKS OF
Burham, "Williams & Co.,
Am now piepaied to gio Fstiiimles and
U'ceivii Uideis for these Kngines,
of any sio and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
Alii: NOW JIANIIFACTUIUNG A
STVI.i: OF i.ocomotivi;
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have leceuth been
received at these Islands, and wit wifl have
pliMsuie in (mnMiing plantation agents
and managers with paiticulais of nmc.
The Siipeilorily of these Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
heiehut is ackuowledgul throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands.
Steam Candy Factory
Jb? -EEC o je jt ?
Piaeticnl Coiifictiouer, Pattiy Fool;
rpjn; iiUhhirriN is tiu: dkadixo
X Dally Paper of the Kingdom. Fifty
cents per month.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco :
The new and line Al Steel Steamship .
Of the Oceanie Steamship Company will
he due at Honolulu fiom Sydney anil Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the aboe poit with
Mailsand Passengers on uruliotlt that date.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The now and line Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Comp my will
be due at Honolulu, fium S.m Ki.mcisco,
on or about
And will hae prompt despatch with
Mailsand P.issengeis for the aboe jioits.
The undeisigned aie now piepaied to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
jfjy I'oi further p.uticul'us legauling
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Lid.,
Mil Goneral Agents.
Pacific MS.S. Go.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steameis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
f ports on or about the following dates:
Aug. 2 J, I8!U
Oct. II, 18')J
Nov. 1, 13UJ
Dee. 12, 1MU
Jan. 11, IS')!
Tul). 20, KS!).i
April 11, lS'Ki
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call- at Honolulu on their way fiom Hong
kong anil Yokohama to the above poit on
or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" . Sept. 1), lb').!
Stmr. "tinelie" . Oit. 31, 1M)J.
Stmr. "City of Kin do Janeho"
Dee. HO, 1WI'
Stmr. "lielgie" . Feb. , l&n.i
Stmr. "City of Poking" .Miueli HI. lsis
htmr. "Oceanic" . . Jlav 7, Ib'M
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
Sf For Fi ight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
20- tf Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Aiilvo Honolulu heave lloiiolulu
fiom K. F. forb. 1
Sopt.7 Sopt. II
Oct. n Oct. 12
Nov. 2 Nov.!)
Fiom San Fianciscu
JIONOWAI, Sept. 2.1
AhAJIDDA, Oil. 21
From Sydney for
MO.NOWAI, Aug. 2.-)
JIAIMPOSA, Oct. 20
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgement)) to La
Agent to giant Jlaniago hlceu-es, Hono
Agent for the Hawniiuu Ibland.s of PitttV
Scott's Fieight uiul Parcel i:piiiss.
Agent for the iliiilingtou lloute.
HF.Ah KbTATK HllOKillt
1. O. IIox 115-
Ub Merchant ut,
Honolulu, JI. I,
Are IturehlngNi'u Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
UY KVKUY KTKAMKR
AT 1 IlItllE
STH1M PRINTING OFFIGIi
Wheic they :ui! fully piepaied to do all
kinds of woik in the latest tylu, at
the shot rest notice and at the
most Ke.isouahle llsitis.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Spicialty!
KM-cutcd ill the Most Atlinulivo
Kead the folloii'Ing paitial list of -peu-ialties
and get the Hui.i.in in's pi ices be-
foie plaeing your nrdur-. liy so doing
you will s.ivu holh liniunml money.
J.t'Uoi 1 leads,
Hills of I.ailiug,
la-gal 111, inks,
Wedding Cm tin,
ScliiilarsliiiiOiirl iliii.il cs,
llcccipiH of nil kinds,
L.ihclb of iivnr vuiioty,
l'ctitioiib in any litngiiagc,
lOnvolopi'h it I.uttur Ciimil.irH,
Kpoitiug .Seines Si Ucnnds,
l'orpotuiil Wasliiug UhIm,
tJcnor.il Bool; Wink,
Eki.. Etc., Etc., Kin,
l'llntcd, uud lllockctl when ilcsiicd,-
tSf" No ,Ioh Is allowed to lenvo thu of.
lieu until II ghc.s ratlsl'uclioti.
BUIWIN PUBLISHING CO.,
Honolulu, II. I,
"W. P. REYNOLDS. Pi op.
- rui.i. i.ixr. cu'
At prices which we I'stnlilixlud on
comineucing CASH llusiiiess.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Favina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
tF See om Fine Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis. Rackets.
t& Call and ee out floods befoie buy
ing elsew here, hast but not least
I I Mini: vviui n oi
Hovels & Popular Bound Books.
FINE CANDIES !
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish to inform thu Public of Hono
lulu mid all rcEflonts of the other
Islands Unit they have seemed the
(en ices of Mr. Charles hudwigsen,
an expei t Candy Jlnker of long e
petionie, and who is particular
familial with the tastes of all loers
Having lecently made gieat im
provementsnnd .tilth d new machiii
eiy toonretensiic Cindy Fnctoiy,
we aie now bottei able than cct
before to .supplj the piililic with
Higli (hiulo I'oiifections of Unsur
passed Quality anil Strictly Pine
and Wholc-onio Mateiial. Our
motto will alwajs ho
"Mir now cui.M', nor now noon"
can we make the Candies.
Yours, anious tn ple.i-e.
HART .v CO.
Ill ITK II l: CllKIM P.M1IOHS
l.Ml ClMll Fit IOIH,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co,,
yiilna Fire Insurance Co,,
Union Insurance Co,,
OF SAX Flt.VXCIHCO, CAh.
ELECTION ot OVEICERS.
AT Til II A NN UA L M LirriNU OF Til F.
Stockholdei.s of the Hoiiomu Sugnr
Compnuy held this day, the following
Ollli'ern weie elected foi thu ensuing eiu:
Piesiilelit . . Tom Jlny,
Treiistuei . . .(Ico. II. Itobertsou,
Secretin . A. (). howiMn,
Auditor . . F. Wuuilenheig,
I .1. O. Carter
Dinctors .. i A-
(Win. (!. Ili.ih.
A. C. I.OVUKIX,
Sicretnr llonomu Sugni Co.
Honolulu, Aug. ill, Ih'l-'. I'll-liu
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ANNUAL JUXl'IXli OF
the Stockholdeis of the IIAXALDI
hl)(!A It M I LL COM PAX Y, held this tin ,
the following Olllteis were elected for the
Prunldciit CIiiim. L. Cartel, JJsii,
Vhe-Piesideut.. Hon. J. N. h. Williiuiis
Secmtnry , ' .1. 0. Cnrlei
Tiinsuier.. (ico. II. Itoberli-on
Auditor . J, O. Carter
Who me nli-o Diieitors of the Company.
hurctmy II. h. JI. Co.
Honolulu, Jul It, IS')-'. 171-iu
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Beretanta St. Bell Tele. 280
Homoslond IiOts in South Konn,
Notice is heicby gheii :
1 That l) Uits in Kalainnkowali, South
Konn, Hnwaii,-hae been M't aput for the
ptirpo-enf conveying to such icisous as
may wish to acipihe homesttads upon
which to live.
2 Maps of thc-u hots can bo eaiuinetl
at the hand Olllce, Interior Department,
Htmohiht, or at the olllce of .1. W. Kuai
mokti, tit Pnhoohoe, S. Kona, Hawaii.
.'! .1. W. Kuaimoku will point out the
hots to any peison desiiing to sec them,
for which service he will be entitled to a
fee of $1 fiom the person uppliiug.
I Persons wh( may desire Iits shall
apply in writing to "the JUnHer of the
Interior upon a blank form, topics of
which nui be. obtained free of said .1. W.
fi Xoapplleation will beeousideretl from
persons w ho already ow n luiiih
I! Dvcry iiiilieniit must lie of full age.
7 The applicant will be allowed ten
years in which to piy for the land, during
which time it will be exempt from tases.
S lie must within one ear build a
dwelling house on the Uit and begin to
tiLctip the -.line, and continue to occiipj
it for Ihe leiunimler of the term of ten
!) lie ntis.t within thiee years enclose
the IjjIs with a substantial fence.
1U He must pay ipiarteily in advance
inteicst upon the unpaid putchnse price at
the rate of ."i jiijiicnt per annum. The
puielmicr lmi pay the wholeoi nnypait
of the puichaso piiceat any time, which
will stop inteicst.
11 The )ieliminary agieement is non
assign.ible, iiml the land cannot be -old
until all conditions aie fulfilled.
12 Failure to comply with any of the
conditions will woik a foifciture of the
c. x. spi:nci:i:,
WS-;it Minister of the Interior.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Govornniont Lands in Knu, Ha-
On SATUltDAY, f-optembor:j, ISD2, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entiance of
Aliiolani Hale, will be .sold at Public Auc
tion, the he.isu of the Government hands
of Jloh.il.apu and Pohnkulo.i, aho includ
ing iuial.ial.t and Kaioula, in Kau, Hawaii,
contaiiung an men of 2!K1 Aeies, u litthi
more or let,.
Tin in hease for HI 0!ir.
Upset ulce f2j0 per annum, p.iable
seiiii-aunuiilly in atUance.
Possession of the above Lands will be
given Jnmimy I, 181U.
c. n. spdxcdu,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Aug. .'!, Ifet).'. 188-at
SALE OF LEASE
Of Iho Govornniont Land of Waimano-
ulca, Ewa, Oahu.
On Monihi, August 22, l!)2,at 12 o'clock
uoim, at the flout entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, will be sold at Public Auction the
Lciisti of the (ioveinment Land of Wai-iiiauo-uka,
in Uwa, O.ilm, lontnining nil
men ot 2U.it) acres, a little more oi less.
Terms, l.m-e for Ten Yems. Upset piici ,
fWI pernnnuin, ii.iable seiui-iiimtiiilly, in
advance. C. X. SI'DXCID!,
Minister of the Intel ioi.
Intel iorOlllte, July 211, ItliJ.
SALE OF A PIECE
Govornniont Land, on Nuunnu
Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WI:DXI:.SI)AY, September II, Is!).',
at 12 o'clock noon, at the fioiil entiance of
Alllol mi Hale, will be sold at public mic
tion, n Piece of (loiurniiient l.nnil, situate
on the Miulheast hhlti of Xiiuanu htieet,
above fceconil llridge, mid below Juild
Street, containing an men of 28-Km of an
Acre, a little more oi less.
Upset price, f.'iOO,
c. x. si'i:Nci:it,
Minihtcrof (he Interior,
lllteiloi Ollite, AllgllHt 10", 1M).',
Ilolilms of Water Piivlleges, or Uiomi
li.i lug Water JtnlCf., niu hen by uotlllul
that, owing to the dioilth. mil the M'arelly
of water in the (lovernmeiit Ueervolri,
the IJimiM for using water for liriga
tion purposi-.s me fiom 7 to H o'clock . m,,
mid it to II o'clock p. m until further notice.
JOHN O. W1IITF.,
Supt. Honolulu Wntei Works-,
C. N. Sl'I.M HI,
Milliliter of the Inteiltlr.
Honolulu, II, I Aug. r, lb!).',
Oiling to the drought uiul H-mcIt of
wider, the reiildenU imiiin of Judil iditet
aie retiueateil to collet t what wnUirthc'
may icijuire fm houi-eholil purpotitf before
b o'tlock . m.
joiin c. wjirri:.
Superintendent Iloiiohilu Water Works,
Jiuiioiuiu, Aug. 10, It-J-'.
Priuco Bismarck in 1892.
l'nt let iiic tell ymi how Trinco
lJisinarok looks al sou'iity-suvcn
.M'ars of age. He is jis bi as air
man yoti hao t'or f-ccn, ami ho
stitnds (i fic-l 2 in liis stocking's. Ho
is as straight as the mighty oaks
which stand by thy tens of thousands
in lu's fewest , ami his .shoulders arc
broad and full. His framo is that of
a giant, but ho keeps it from fat by
careful living, and his weight
ranges from 180 to 2(X) pounds. The
heati of J'linco Bismarck is one of
the most fell iking 1 hae over s-oen,
and his face, as 1 saw it, has a far
diirerent epiession from that seen
in his pictiiics. There seemed to mo
an entire absence of sternness about
il, and his blue eyes were kind and
smiling. They are said to Hash fne,
how our, u hen Bismarck grows an
gry, and ho can be tho personifica
tion of wrath. I'rinco Bismarck's
head is fully as large as was that of
Daniel "Webster. It is rather round
er than that scon in Webster's best
portraits, but it shows moro than
Webster's strength of character.
The foiehead is broad and full, and
the top of the head, as can bo seen
from its baldness, is one of charac
tuiistie bumps, such as would de
light a phienologist. Bismarck's
hair consists of a fine fringe, which
runs from high above his largo ears
around this whito oasis of baldness.
It is now as whito as snow, and tho
heavy mustache, which shows piomi
nontly out from under his large and
full nose, is of frosted silver, with a
yellowish tingo directly under the
nose. Unu or tho most striking fea
tures of his face is his eyebrows.
These are ory heavy, and thoy
stand out over his full steel-bluo
eyes like sihor bristles. His eyes
are rather fat, and tho llesh under
them pulls out slightly, though not
so much as you see in tho face of
Secretary Blaine, ilis chin is long
and full, and almost double, and ho
has a way of clearing his throat as
ho talks, and of moving 'his head
back and forth in emphasis of his
words. Ho articulates distinctly
and his tones aio by no means un
pleasant, tie noes not, you Know,
boliovo much in oratory, and ho
thinks Unit eloquent public speak
ers are moro of an evil than a good.
Ho oneo compared oiators to dudes
who wear shoes too small for them
and spend (huir time in sticking out
their feel to be looked at. His
milliner of speaking is moro like that
of our best aftor-dinnor orators, and
he uses tho simple uonveisational
style, saving the most striking
things in the most striking way,
with little apparent emotion. Ho
talks in tho same tono in privato
coinei.siilion. and ho is said to bo
ono ot the most entertaining talkers
in Etiiope. Ho has no airs of either
tone or language, and he made every
ono fool perfectly at homo at this
feast. Ho is loo great a man to bo
snobbish, and 1 was not surprised at
his great simplicity of manner.
Prince Bismarck dies-es as simply
as ho talks. Ho woro yesterday a
long, double-breasted frock coat,
buttoned well up over his broad
chest, and a pair of dark pantaloons.
Aiound his neck a white necktiu-liko
stock shone out above a whito shirt,
find upon his head a soft whito felt
hat with a brim as broad as that of
the soinbreio which Ben Butlorusod
to wear. During tho afternoon ho
took his hat oil many limes and each
lime flushed it diluirontly in putting
it on. Sometimes the widu brim
w.'is turned up at tho side, again it
camo down over his oyes and now it
turned up at tho back, or tho crown
wtis piesscd out or in. Ho had a
long cauo in his hand, and during a
part of tho day sat leaning hib hands
uiKin this as ho talked. llunilitiry
Carr. Clifcuyu Herald (Frmik J), fur
Human uaturo will not nourish,
any moio than a potato, if it bo
planted and replanted for too long
a soiies of generations, in thosamo
worn-out soil, My childion have
had their birthplaces, ami, so far as
their foituuos may bo within my
control, shall strike thoir roots into
unaccustomed eaith, Haulhorne, in
Snvocl a Woman's Life.
-Mr. .J. 12. Thoroughgood, wiiting
from Georgetown, Delaware, Kiy:
"Two tcaspoonfuls of Chaiiibcilain'.s
Colic, Cholera and Dianhtua Hom
edy saod tho life of Mrs, Janu
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
states thai several other very bad
cases of bowol coinjilaint iheiohavo
been ouied by this remedy, For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
As Co., Agents.
rplli: Wl'.lIKl.Y'lTlU.LirnX -2s cou
I limns of liitnrnsltiii' ttiui.llm. Mmi...
I lsunds,$l; mulled to foreign countries, $V,