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THE DAILY BULLETIN
1'itiNTin) and riniusiinn
I'.KITI'T Rt'NDAY IIY Till".
Daily Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd.,
at tiii: oi t'lci:.
Merchant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
SiniROMl'TION Six Doi.i.mw a Yi:,n.
llollvcrcil in lloiidlulu nt Kitty Cknth a
Month, In mlviinuc.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
- IS rUIJIiISHKI)
At Foui! Doi.i.mh Yr.n to Domestic,
nml Kivu iJni.iAiH to Foreign SuIwitHiit".
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Done in Superior Style.
AililroMi letters for the aiier " Kilitor
llui.i.iniN," anil Imilncss lulteri " llnniigur
liulletiu I'lililUhing Coniimny." Uimg a
IPL'isoiial aililress nuiy i'nuu delay in atten
tion. Itoth Telenhoiiea iVI.
DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Manager.
J. ALFBED MAOOON,
Anon.Nr.v-AT-I.AW ash Xotvhy 1'uiu.k'.
I'J Merchant Street, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Iiuroitu.K.' sii I)i:aw:iii in Lumiu'.ii vsn
AM. KINDS 01" BUILDINO MAlKUIAI.s.
Kort Street, Honolulu.
WILDEB, & CO.,
Dkai.him im-Lumiiuii, Paints, Oils, Nails,
Salt, ani Uuiluinh Matkiuals
o:' UVI.IIV KIND.
Corner Fort and Queen Stieets, Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
iMi'oiiTr.its and Commission Miuu-hanih.
Fort Stioet, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELU & CO.
(Jkniiim. Commission Aiiknts.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets? Honolulu.
Q. W. MACFARIiANE & CO.,
Imi'Outi:iis and Commission MruciiANrs.
Kaahiiinauu Street, Honolulu.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
I.MI'OHTKIt AND llKALKU IN (ilSNUIIVI
Qiicen Street, IXonolnlu.
GONSALVES & CO.
WllOl.KSAI.i: (illOl'KIlH AND WlNK M EIK'II AN TK
Heaver lilock, Honolulu.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
?iwi, AuoTioNKun and Ciknkual Liwinis Acii:nt.
Ufaliukonn, Kolinhr, Hawaii.
WENNER Ss CO.,
Maniikaotdiuno and Imi'ouiino ,Ti;vi:li:ii-.
)1 Fort Slveet, Honolulu,
M NUrAUTIIIIINO JKWKLl'.lt AND WAICH
M A KKII,
ICukui Jewelry a bnecialty. Particulnr
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
King Street, Honolulu,
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Ani:.Nrn rem tiih Hawaiian Ihiandh.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
SrKAM K.NIUNI'.H, SlKlAH Mil.lJi, ItolLKltS,
ClIOLKlH. I HON, lllUSS, AND LlIAII
Machinery of Kvery Description Made to
Order, Partieuiur atlention paid to Ships'
lilackHiuitliliig. Job Work o.ecuted at
hxow.i.HNT Accommodation i'oh I'a'iu'.nts,
King Stieet, Honolulu,
Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S.
7:301o10a.m.j i'J::iOto-Ji-.M.; lilidlod ,..m.
jieiiim. -il'JI.KlMION'KH mii ,i
i ". llox sal.
0. B. RIPLEY,
Completo plans and ieltlcntlonii for
nvcry description of building. Contracts
iliawn and e.tieful buperintendonceof con
struction given when ii'iiiired. Cull ami
itMiniiliu plans. Now designs. .Modern
buildings. Olllce, Itooiuri.Hlireckels' Hlock
Mutual Tul. Wis,
Wilder's Steamship Co.
0. Wii.iii:ii, 1'ics't
Oai-i. .1. A. Kimi,
S. It, llitsi:, Soi-'y
Will leavo Honolulu at '2 r. M., toueliing nt
I.aliaina, Maalaca Day ami MaUetia the
fialue iluyj MahuUona, Kawmhae nml J.au
ilioulioc the following day, arriving at
llilo at liiidnight.
Itoturnilig leaves llilo, touching at l,mi
pahoehoe same day ; Kawaihae A. m. ; Mn
liukona 10 A. ai.j MaUena Iv. m. ; Mtmlnen
Hay (I l'. M.J l.ahaina 8 r. M. tlie following
day, uriiringiit Honolulu 11 a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
AlUHVKS AT HONOLULU:
SATUltDAY August 27
g.&" N'o Kreiglit will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu eveiy Tuesday
r. .'I., touching at Kahului, lluelo, liana,
llnmo.i and ICipaliulu, Maui; and 1'aau
Heturning will arrive at Honolulu eveiy
iTS3P-Xo Fieiglit will be lcteived after
I i. M. on ilay of tailing.
Consignees must bo at tho landings to
leceivo their Fieight, as we will not hold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
ban been landed.
While the Company will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any Responsibility in case of the
loss of same.
The Company will not bo responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the eaie
The undei signed having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
i in: i in: ci:i,i:iniii:ii
FllOM TIIK WOllKS OF
Burham, "Williams & Co.,
Are now i)ieared to give IMliuntes and
rceoivo Orders for these Lugincs,
of any sie and stvle.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AIM: NOW MANITFAOTUUINO A
STYLF OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at tlioso Islands, and wo will have
pleasuio in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
here but Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRVIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Ayonts for the Hawaiian Islands.
Steam Candy Factory
Piactlcal Co ii feet loner, Pastry Cook
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,
04 Beretaitla St.
Bell Tolo. 280
HULLirriN IS TIIK LKADINti
Dilllv Paiier of the Kiimiloiu. FiftN
Oceanic Steamship Co,
Australian Mail Service.
For Sau Francisco :
The now and lino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
heduent Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And fill leave for the above port with
Mails mid Passengers on oraboitt that date.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The new and line Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, fiom Sail Francisco,
on or about
And will have piompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for (he above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
ft? For further paitioulars regarding
Fieight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
l-!)l General Agents.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tins above Companies will
call al .Honolulu on their way to the nlioe
ports on or about tho following dates:
Stmr. "China". ,
Stmr. "(iaelic" ..
. Oct. 3, lb!).!
Nov. 1, 18! I J
. ...Dec. 12, 1NIJ
... .bin. 11, lb!) I
Feb. 20, ISlll
. April 11, lbllU
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steameis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way fiom Hong
kong and Yokohama to tho above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" Sept. !), Ik'.tl
Stmr. "(iaelic" Oct. 31, ls'li
Stin'r. "City of Itio do .laneiio"
Dec. i ISO, lhili
Stmr. "itelgic" Feb. H, IWl'S
Stmr. "City of Peking" .Miiicb 111. 1WU
Stmr. "Oceanic" . . . May 7, I WHS '
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
3F For Fi eight unit Passage apply to
H. HAGKFELD & CO.,
ai7 tf Atjonts.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Airivo Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from H. F. for H. F.
Sopt.7 Sopt. 11
Od.n ,...Out. VI
Nov. 2 Nov.il
From Sail Francisco
MONOWAI, Sept, I'll
ALAMKDA, Oct. 21
l'"roiu Sydney for
MONOWAI, Aug. ::
MAIHPOSA, Oct. 20
MONOWAI, Nov. 17
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements, to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent fur tho Hawaiian Islands of Pitt .v
Soutt'a Fieight and Parcel F.xpinss.
Agent for tlie Ituiliiigton llouto.
AL KSTATK llltOKF.lt
ami (UINl'dlAL AdKNT,
Hi 1 1. ins-
P. O. box lid
us Merchant St.
Honolulu, 11, 1.
An; lleeelvliif; Now Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
Y KVKHY STI5AMKU
Wlioio they are fully prepaived to do all
kinds of woik in the latest styles, at
llio shoitost notice and at the.
most ltensonable Hati"?.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty
ICM'ciiteil in Ihu Most Attractive.
BILLHEADS. I ,ETTERHE ADS,
Jlenil the follnwiiif; jwrtial list of spec
ialties ami jet tho I!iju.i:tins pi ices be
fore phicinjj your orders. Ity m, dniiif;
you will 8iivu both tiiiioand money.
Letter I lends,
Hills oi Lulling,
Cm por.ition CorlilicatCH,
Mm lingo Coi lilicatos,
ltei'oils of all kinds,
Laliols of uvory variety,
J'otitioim in iiuy hiiigungo,
Kuvulopcs A- Loiter CirculurH,
Sporting 8eoreH A Jtucords,
I'orpottial Wusliing Lists,
General Hook Work,
Km., I5tu Ktc, Etc,,
Printed, and Mocked when ileshoil,-
Sfiy No .lob In allowed lo leave Hie of
lieu until It gives siilisfnciinn,
BUIIOT PUBLISHING CO,,
II o inlulu. It. I.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Paper Patterns !
PULL LINF, OF
prices which we established
commencing CASH Hnsincss.
Turkinli Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts. j
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cis.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 CaXcs 25 cts. !
Curly Mapla, 4 Cakes 2'i ls.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
C&- Sec our Fine Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tenuis Balls, Tonnls Rackets.
fff" Call and see om floods bcfoie buy
ing elscwhiuo. Last but not least
A LAItdl: VAIllKfY or
Novels & Popular Bound Booh.
FINE CANDIES !
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
"iVish to inform tho Public of Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
Islands that they LviVo tmuimWl t!ia-r
services of Mr. Chailcs Ludwigsen,
an exjieit Canih Maker of long ex
perience, and win) is p.uticulaily
familiar witli the tastes o all lovers
of sweets. "
Having recently inaclegreat iin
jiroviiiueutsand added new machin
ery toouroAtcnsivo Cund Factoiy,
we are now lietter mile tnan ever
be fine to supply the public, with
High (liade Confections of Unsiu
passcd Quality and btiiclly Pine
and Wholesome Mnteilnl. Our
motto will always be
"mit lion L'iu:i', hit now i.oiw"
can we make the Candies.
Youis, anxious to please.
H.VItT , CO.
Ki.iti: Ii i 1'nrvM I'aiiiiiiis
imi C.Miy F ii initv.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Etna Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co,,
OF SAN FltANClKCO, (UL.
ELECTION of OFFIOER3.
Stockholders of the Houoiuu Sugar
Company held this day, the following
Olllccis were elected for the ensuing jear:
President . . . Tom May,
Treasurer , .(ieo, II, Kobertsou,
Secretary ... A. O. Lovekln,
Auditor ... . F. Wiiiidenbeig,
I .1. O. Carter
Wm. (1. Itiasli.
A. C. LOYIHCIN,
Secieturv llonoinii Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. in, !.', I'li-im
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ANNUAL MHin'INO OF
the Stockholders of the HANALLI
SLHiAlt MILL COMPANY, held this day,
tho following Olllcerswero elected for the
President ('has. L. Curler, Lsq.
Vice-President.. . Hon. .1. N. S. WIIIIuiiih
Secietmy . . , .1. 0. Curler
Ticiisuier.. . . (ieo. 11. Hoborlson
Auditor , J, O, Curler
Who uio also Directors of tho Company,
Secretary H, S, M, Co,
Honolulu, July is, Iste. 171-lu
f) jioiihi; pownii iipiunHT nAXn:u
j Kngijio ami Holier, in good working
order. For particulars or terms upplv lo Ihu
MviMta, luiiy Uios.uce showing ijhie
line of lltimlmo and vtltrr gtylp I'urlur
Kan In, Wall Jtrwhftn, nml W'imluw
Coruivrs, nl Prices to meet the limes.
Notice Is hereby given:
1 That (I Iits in lCalaniakowali, South
Komi, Hawaii, have been set apart for the
purpose of conveying to such persons as
may wish to acquire homesteads upon
which to live.
'2 Maps of these Lots can lie examined
at tlm Land Olllce, Interior Department,
Honolulu, or at the olllce of J. W. Kuai
inoku, at Pnhoehoe, S. Koua, Hawaii.
U .1. W. KualiiioUu will point out the
Lots to iiuy person desiiing to sec (hem,
for which service lie will be entitled to a
fee of .'j.t from the pei-on apph ing.
1 Persons wdio may desire Ixit shall
apply in writing to tho Minister of the
Interior upon a blank form, copies of
which may ho obtained fioeofsnid J. Wf
r No application will be considered from
persons who already own land, n, . '
(I Kveiy applicant niiisl be of full age! '
7 The applicant will be allowed ten
ycar.s in which to pay for tho land, during
w'hieh time it will bo iiAompt from, taxes.
6 He must within one jenr build u
dwelling house on the Uit unit begin to
occiipi tho iMiiie, nud continue to occupy
it for the lcmainder of the term of ten
!l Ho must within thice jeurs ouulose
tlie Lots with a stilistiintinl fence.
10 He must pay ipinrterly in advance
interest upon tho unpaid puiehaso price at
tho rate of ."i peiceut per annum. The
puiolmsei may pay tho whole or any part
of the purchase price at any time, which
will stop interest.
11 The preliminary agicenient is non
assignable, and the land cannot bo sold
until all conditions are fulfilled.
. l'J Failure to comply with any of tlie
conditions will work a foifeiture of tlie
C. N. SPKNCKIt,
ltiS-I'.t Minister of the Interior. '
Tondois for Purclinso of Hawaiian
Notice is heieby given that under autho
rity of Chapter IIS, Session Ijiws of Ids'-,
"An Act to give greater security to Dopo
sitors in the Hawaiian Postal Savings
Hank," the Piistinastor-Ueneral oll'ers foi
sale ..U.iKHJof Coupon Ilondsof tho Hawai
ian tioieriiinent, sucli bonds to bo issued
ill the denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, icdcemable in not less than live
jears nor more than twenty years, wilh
interest at six per cent, per annum, paya
ble semi-aiiiiually, principal and intcics)
payable, in II. S. gold coin, the bonds lo
express on their face that they are issued
as security for the Po-tnl Savings Hank
Tonileis for the puichiise of the whole or
any part of said bonds will be received at
tho olllce of the Itegistrar of Public Ac
counts, Finance Department, up to 1'.'
o'clock on THIIUSDAY, the 1st day of
The Postmaster-fieiioral does not bind
himself to accept any lender, or the whole
of any lender.
Dated August .'-, 1)J.
H. A. WlllKMAN.N,
' .Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foieign All'aiis,
C. N. Si'i:.Ni'i:ii,
Minister ol Interior.
II. A. Wiipi:m inn,
Attoriiey-Oeiicr.il ad interim,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During Ihu pioccss of Deopuning tho
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will bu in operation night
At night there will be a Danger Signal
placed on the forwiml ileirickof Dredger,
about II J feet above sea level, which can bu
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
Tho Signal consists
of II itcd lights mid a
While light-as in ' "i" i:ii
thodiagr.ini the red i
lights being about U j
feet apart, with I lie iVUlT!
while light ill tho ,
All steamers enisl
ing tliu liar will stop
at a safe distance from the Dredger mid
give one blast of their whistle, which will
lie answcicd Uj a single blast from tho
Diedger, to be followed by three, blustn
from the Diedger when the passage Isclctir
and they can proceed.
Tho Tug will boon hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing tho Dredger when nccesMiry.
0. N. hl'IINCnit,
Minister of tiiu Intciior.
luteilor Olllce, March !l, It!).'.'
Owing to the drought unit scarcity of
water, the residents iiiiiiAii of .liuld sticct
are requested to collect what walurthey
may nupiiie for hoiuehold purpose before
b o'clock I, M,
Superintendent Honolulu Watur Woiks,
Honolulu, Aug. IQ, lfcyj. luj-tf
THE SCALE PARASITE.
After Six Months Few Insocts Sur
vive. No Bopondonco Can Bo
Plnced in Lady Bups as Scalo
Los Angok-P. August 12.- C. M
I Ii'inlz, editor or the Iturnl Califor
nian, furnisliL'si tlu following review
of the otliiMiil invest iyat ion of tho
scale parasites imported from Aus
tralia: Mtudt lias been said and printed
regarding tlie Australian lady bugs
recently imported and said to be ef
fective parasites of the red scale of
tho orange and the woolly aphis of
the apple. These parasites have now
been "planted'' in the citrus and
deciduous fruit orchards of South
ern California for six months, a suf
ficient length of time to prove their
ability to hold (lie pest in check.
'I'o ascertain definitely what they
have accomplished, Hurtietiltur.il
Commissioner John Scott of Los
Angeles county, D. V. Coquillett of
the Department of Agriculture (divi
sion of entomology), a number of
orchardisls and a coterie of news
paper men made a careful tour of
inspection or all orchards in which
the parasites had been placed.
The first visited was that of Albert
F. Koicheval. lleie Professor Co
quillolt hadvcoiistruetcd a tent over
an orange tree badly infested with
red scale in which ho liberated on
November IWth four beetles, "orcus
chalyblus," on December 2Slli three,
.sud on .January 23d so only-live.
Besides these he liberated on tlie
frees in the open :i2."i beetles on
.January 2.'kl, eight on February 20th,
and Iweii'iy-seien on April 15th,
making a total of 112 beetles in this
ono orchard. The conditions for
tlibir rapid breeding were exception
ally good, there being an ample sup
ply of red scale for them to feed on
and the orchard is well protected.
After six months' time thoy cer
tainly should hae been breeding in
great numbers. Ihil quite to the
eoutrary this parasite has decreased.
Few beetles were (o lie found, and
only one batch of eggs and none of
Tho parasite of the woolby aphis,
"leis coiifonnis," proved no better.
One hunched and Fovonly of these
lady buds wore liberated May Mth
in tho orchaul of Samuel McKinloy
just south of Los Angeles. The
closest inspection failed to reveal a
single specimen, the entire lot hav
ing undoubtedly perished. Tn the
oichaid of William .Miles on Wash
ington street 510 of tho parasites of
the red scale were liberated on one
I ne .May 1 1th, but now scarcely one
is to be seen. Tho trees in this or
chard are also well protected, and
contain an ample supply of red, yel
low and black scale. In tho Sixth
street Park were placed .January 2:id
forty-five beetles (orcus Australasia),
said to feed on the black scale, and
additional fourteen on February 5th.
They have multiplied but little and
made no perceptible inroads on this
It is the general opinion of or
chardi.sts conversant with this sub
ject, and of tho Horticultural Com
missioners, that no dependence can
be placed on these parasites for tho
led and black scale or tho woolly
aphis. .V. F, Chronicle.
Doatli in a Honoy Boo.
NewburgCN. Y.), August J2. Jlrs.
Stephen Horry, who lives by the
Dolowsirorivor near Walton, whiloout
looking at her llower beds recently,
was st ung on the right tomplo by a
honeybee. She wont directly into
tho house and applied ammonia to
tho wound. In a few moments her
daughter noticed that her mother's
face was very pale and asked her if
she felt ill. Mrs. Berry replied that
shy did and a physician was at onco
sent for, Bofoio one arrived, how
ever, .Mrs. Berry died. Her death
occurred within thirty minutes of
tho time when she was thing, Ac
cording lo medical opinions tho
poison was implanted in an artery,
and entering directly into the circu
lation quickly found its way to tho
heart. .Mrs. Berry's age was 115.
Triko Good Care, of the Childion.
If you have children you will bo
intoiohtod in the experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion, Co.,
111. He says: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had viy severe and dangerous
attacks of bloody Mux. The doctor
here was unable, after a week's time,
to cheek or relieve either case. 1
threw the doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Dinrrhu'ti Uomedy, Im
provement was seen very soon and
my chiidron arose in a few days
fiom what 1 feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For salu by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co,, Ayonts,
cents per mouth.