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Iisdon. Iron "Works,
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land on or about
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AROUND THE WORLD PER C. P. R. FOR $610.
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
Molls and Passengers for the
havo prompt despatch
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in the Kingdom.
WENNER & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers.
i)2 Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the largest Circulation on tho Islands
and is the Best Medium for
Mr. Tiios. K. Nathaniel will receive all
advertisements and transact all business
Etr Office: "Brenig Block," corner
Nuuann and Queen street (upstairs).
fjtf For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
l-! General Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
M. M. STE11N,
Dlst. Freight & Poss. Agent,
(US MurJu-t street,
San Francisco, Cal.
SF For Tickets and Uenoral Informa
tion apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
Atcuti for the. Jhiuiiiiun Islands.
Pionoor Tells of His Exporionco
With a Band of Wild Horooo.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co.
from B. F.
for S. F.
I line 21
: Sept. i;s
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
Stmr "BELGIC" Mav 11, 18!).'J
Stmr "CHINA" lulv!), lbl
Stmr "OCEANIC" Aug. 7, 18!Ki
Stmr "CHINA" Sept. 18, 18!:l
Stmr "OCEANIC" Oct. 1(1, 18!W
Stmr "CHINA" Nov. 27, lblW
Stmr "OCEANIC" Dec. 2o, 18!
Stmr "CHINA" Feb. 5, 1 MM
Stmr "OCEANIC" March 5, 18111
Stmr "CHINA" pril 1(1, 18!) 1
Honse & Rooms
All advertisement for this depart
ment must be naid in advance. Orders to
continue should be given the afternoon tho
advertisement expires. Advertisements for
the Registry must be handed in boforo 12
o'clock noon of the day thuy lirst appear.
Tho rates given bulow under each head are
for advertisements not exceeding live lines,
countlni; seven words to a line. Five cents
i a linu will bo added to each figure for all
uuovi; uvu iiiiu.s.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Coffee
at all nouns.
W. H. STONE,
P. O. Box 17.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watcii-
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
From San Francisco
From Sydney fcr
MONOWAI, June 1 ALAMEDA, Juno 1
ALAMEDA, June 2!) MARlPOSA,.Iune2J
MAK1POSA, July 27 I MONOWAI, July 27
.MONOWAI, Aug. 21 ALAMEDA.Aug 21
ALAMEDA, Sept. 21 MAlUP()SA,Sept.21
MARIPOSA, Oct. 10 MONOWAI, Oct. 1!)
MONOWAI, Nov. Hi ALAMEDA Nov. 1(1
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr "OCEANIC" May 7, 181)3
Stmr "GAELIC" May 2D, INKS
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
.1 uno(i, 1K).'1
Stmr "CHINA" June li), lb!).!
Stmr "DELGIC" hum 27, 1SI8
Stmr "PERU" lulv 7, 18U3
Stmr "OCEANIC" .lulv 17, lb!K
btmr "CITY OF RIO DK.l ANKlltU"
lulv 2.",. lh!).)
"GAELIC" Aug. u, lbU.J
CITY OF PEKING"
Aug. 15, 1893
Stmr "OCEANIC" Sept. 2.5, 1MKS
Stmr "CHINA" Nov. (i, ls!)ii
Stmr "OCEAN 10" Dec. 1, lb!M
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Ian. 2. lsilt
Aii. muter thh linul, Hoc. one neck or less:
continued, 10c. a neck.
Ads. miller this haul, 10c. one time; con
tinual, 10c. cuch time.
Lost and Found.
SOc. one time; con-
Ads, under this lieild
tintud, 'JSc. ettch time.
Houses To Lot.
AiU. under thit haul, SOc. one time; con
tinued, 10c. each time.
TO PLANT LOVERS !
ALWAYS ON HAND.
S. J. 3STOLTE3. Prop.
PALO ALTO STABLES,
Kukui Jewelry a siecialty. Particular
uiiuiiuuii jiam iu an Kinds oi repairs.
Melnomy Block, Fort Streot.
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
AtlKKTH FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sihiar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers. Iron, Brash, and Lki
Machinery of Every Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paiil to Ships'
Dhicksmtthiug. Job Work executed at
O. B. RIPLEY,
Complete plans ami HpcclllralioiiH for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn and careful hh jmtJ tit cii.l.Miid of eon
stnictliiii given when reunited. Call ami
uxiuiiiiio plaits, New designs. Modem
buildings, oiileu, Itimni r, Hiin-nkulM1 Block.
I Ml. an,
330 O'Farrell St.
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. P., Cal.
I BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO MY OLD
friends and patrons in the Islands that
I have purclmM-Ml the above Stables and
intend to maintain its namesake "Second
to None" Istclais. Livery Outllts of every
description alsoou hand. 1'orsale: Matched
Spans, Road and Draft Horses guaranteed
as represented. Correspondence invited.
E. R. MILES,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
jpagateany kind of Tree, Shrub or
by Grafting, Budding, Ringing, or
methods. No payments will be re-
ri"UIE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO
JL notify tho public that he is nrenared
i- :.... , , . ... ... .
iu i iu
quired until they are well rooted, which
will talco liom six weeks to six months, ac
cording to its genus. Now is the time for
ladies to make presents whether exotics or
natives, to her friends. 1 will also under
take to eradicate all insects that prey upon
or suck the sap fiom trees and other vege
tables, which can lie expolled fiom 50 to CO
nuurs; no euro no pay
19- Tho Coll'eo i
053-lm Bulletin Olllco.
and Orange family a
c. j. McCarthy,
Real Estate & Collection Agency
. Feb. 12, lh!)l
.March 2(i, 18!)1
.. May II, IMil
RATES OF PASSAGE" ARE AS FOLLOWS:
KONO. $175 00
21 i2 50
Passeneors navini; full fare will be
allowed 10 percent oil" return fare if return
ing within twelve months.
Cabin, round trio 4
months 22o 00
Cabin, round trip 12
months 2(12 50
European Steerage... 85 00
,ds. uudi r Ik's l,ci.l, 50c. one lime: con
tinued, 10c. rucl time.
Rooms To Let.
Ads. under thii haul, HSc. one time; SOc.
one neck; continual, 10c. atch week.
Aih. under this haul, SOc. one time; con
limud, 10c. each time.
For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Cincinnati Safe & Lock Co.
35 Merchant St., : Cummins Block.
EDWIN A. JONES
Has opened an olllco for transacting all
business iu connection with
Trusts, Purcuaso and Salo of Bonds,
Stock and Real Estate,
And is prepared to Audit Accounts.
Olllco: No. 12 Merchant street, olllco lalely
occupied by the late Joint, Austin.
P. O. Box 55.
Wife's Steamship Co.
Wilder, Pres. S. B. Hose, Sec.
Cut. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Daily Hullrlin, 60
cenlt a vwnth,
Q-. J. Waller, . . . Manager.
OHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oalm,
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant .Marriage Licences, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt A'
Scott's Freight and Parcel Kxpiusn,
Agent for the Burlington Route.
REAL ESTATH BKOIvKit
ami GENERAL AGENT.
IlKU.iilH- TELEPHONE -MuriMi, l!(l)
J'.O, Box 115-
38 Metchunt nt. . Honolulu, H, I,
It ciui bo proved
Of any papoi
Will leavo Honolulu at 2 r. m,, touching at
Labaliui. MhuIupil lt:iv ami Muk'itim tint
same day; Maliukoua, Kawaihae ami Lau
pahoehoe the following day, arriving at
llilo ut midnight.
Returning leaves llilo, touching at Lau
liahoehoe same day ; Kauaihao a. m.j Ma
liukoua 10 a. m. : Makeua If. M.: Maalaea
Bay (1 !. M,; Lahaiiia n r. M. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu (I a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays,
On Retail Prices!
IS ALLOWED TO
ALL CASH CUSTOMERS
Hobron, Newman & Go.'s
FRESH STOCK OF
DR. B. SCHNEIDER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
"The most magnificent ilispluy of
horse-uVsh Unit I uvor saw was on the
prairie nutir llui forks of tho l'luttu
River," said Charles MuDunald, nn
old Western pioneer, now living nt
Nortli Finite, Nuhr., to n Nuw York
"The horses were all wild,' continued
Mr. McDonald, "and it was one of thu
grandest eights I over witnessed.
Troops of wild hones will never tnoro
bo visible to any apprcciahl" extent
on the Western prairies, and them are
only a few of us living mw who can
remember tho days when these wild
horses roved over thu prairies. The
bpcctuclo I witucssod ut the forks of
the North Platte Kivor made my
nerves tingle. There were about 200
nnimals in tho drove. Tho sun lmd
just come up over tho plains when I
suddenly came out in front of thetn
from u little grove wheru I had camp
ed during the night. I was on the
back of my own mustang. He lifted
his head high into the air, pawed the
earth witli his fore feet, and he then
began to snort in a most aristocratic
manner. It was then that I saw the
sight that sent that thrilling fooling
through my body which I cannot
describe. Every animal lifted Iub
head on hearing the cry of welcome
or joy from my mount, and looking
my way tho troop formed iu a circle
and stood still. One magnificent
black stallion, who appeared to be the
leader, after looking at me for a mo
ment came toward me with an easy,
graceful stride from the opposite bide
and took up a position in front ol his
followers. He was tho linest specimen
of a horse I ever saw. His tail swept
the ground and his mane hung to his
shoulders. His body was brilliant in
its glossiness. He looked as if lie lmd
received the most Haltering attention
from an experienced groom. Some of
tho animals appeared neglected, but
thu majority of them were sleek-looking.
"My own animal became so excited
at the sight that I made haste to tie
lum to a tree, soon alter 1 jumped
from my horse's back the black stal
lion gave his head a toss and started
on a rapid trot across the prairie, the
entire band lollowing him. After
going about half way the band return
ed, the magnificent black still in the
lead. They came within 100 yards of
me and tho leader whinnied as if to
invite my horse to come and join
"My poor Jackl I felt so sorry for
him. He stood looking at the wild
rovers, his lariat drawn taut, and at
the invitation or call from the leader
he made frantic ellbrts to join the
wild band and thus forever put an
end to his drudgery. Sweat came
from every pore, he was so excited,
and his body was covered wi h foam
as if lie had just finished a thirty-mile
run. I was afraid he would succeed
in breaking away, so I fired my rifle
into thu air to frighten the drove, and
the leader took the hint and scamper
ed oir across the jdain, followed by
the others. I watched them until
they were out of view, and actually I
wish I were one of them, they looked
so contented. I havo since looked
upon a magnificent collection of
horses, hut that sight was tho grand
est of the kind I over witnessed."
Loprosy and Vaccination.
May I bo allowed to call tho at
tention of tho Humorous roadors of
tho evening Bulletin to a Bubjoct
which merits tho consideration of
nil who aro intorostod iu tho public
health. I rofor to that torriblo
onco iroui all
parts of tho world to bo aoriously
increasing. Sir Andrew Glark said
at a dinner given in 1800, iu aid of
tho National Loprosy Fund, that
loprosy was a real question. "Ho
could produce ovorwnolining toati
mouy of this fact, aud tho evidence
was conclusive not only that loprosy
did exist in largo measure in recent
UUlllLli J. 1U1U1 IU 111
scourgo of humanity, lop
is reported on ovidonci
No Freight will be
12 noon on day of nailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday al 5
i'. m,, touching at Kaliulul, lluelo, Ilium,
llauioa and Kipaliulu.
Returning will anive at Honolulu every
tW No Freight will bo received after
I i', m, on nay of sailing.
Has arrived from H luorlaiid, where he had
live years' experience iu the Army,
and has opened an otlice at
the (Mill) Stables.
ft" Both Telephones 477,"i(ri
Some smart aleck to tn' and stop
my passport, as I am about to leavo
tho Island for somo other seaport
town. Also ono good collector to
collect some bills. Ho must bo hon
est, upright and sober; only those
who can furnish lirst-clnss reference
to tho above faets need apply. Al
cash security must bo furnished.
J'leasu call on or address Hon. A. L.
Johnson, tho American Shirt Maker,
comer King and Alakea streets, Ho
nolulu, between tho hours of 8 a. in.
and 12 p. in., whuro you will always
find him making all kinds of shirts
to order with all the latest improve
ments and only for honest people
who pay their lionost cash, and not
any binds. All persons having bad
bills to collect give them to mo and
1 will see to collect them. My
board bill is now paid at Pahala.
And now look out for some fun
all those who aro interested in my
And tho only good Shirt Maker in
M. L. MINER, D. V. S.,
Olllco: Hotel Stables. Ollice Hours; 8 to
lit a. m.; I::;u io:t::;o r. m.
Residence with Dr. F. L. Miner, Herein,
ilia stieet. All calls will receive prompt
CotiHii'iiecs must be at the
receive their Freight, as no will in
ourselves responsible after such I
has been landed.
While the Company will ue dun dili
gence Iu handling Live Slock, ue decline
UJiiNMiine any respotiilblllly In case of the
loss of mime.
The Company will not be n'siioiiidble for
Money or Jewelry unless placed In (lie cam
1 A7( ( (Unnmvroiul I'rliiliny
jtmmjUlii I'ifvultd ul low n''' ' "''
A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
IV Resort at W'aiklki. Tramcars pass
years, but that now germ centres
were springing in various quarters,
and that old contres wore widening.
Boforo England and tho civilized
world there was looming a condition
of affairs which might, by growth,
threaten civilization." Intho"Momo
randum on tho Report of tho
Loprosy Commission" it is stated
that "Loprosy is not diffused by
horeditary transmission, aud for this
reason, and tho established amount
of sterility among lepers, the disease
hits a natural tendency to die out."
Neither is it duo to contagion, uor
to diet. What thou can bo tho
cause of tho alarming increase of
this loathsome aud incurable malady T
For a reply to this question, I would
recommend to your readers tho
perusal of a remarkable and interest
ing volume just published by Messrs.
Swan Sonnenschuiu & Co., Loudou,
from tho pen of Mr. V. Tebb, enti
tled "The Recrudescence of Leprosy
and its Causation." The author
shows that loprosy is non-existent
among tho unvacciuated Aboriginal
races in leprous districts, aud that it
is largely duo to inoculation; aud as
the disease is of slow incubation, it
is almost impossible in vaccination
to avoid leprous lymph. In citing
numerous medically certified cases
of loprosy duo to vaccinatiou Mr.
" In somo extracts from memo
randa in the case book of Dr. Kogor
S. Chew, Calcutta, wo cau gathor
much information which shows the
connection between vaccination and
tho commencement of loprosy.
Jahoorio was a loper for 20 years.
His history previous to vacciuatiou
was healthy. This operation was
performed when ho was sovou years
old, aud tho disease first manifested
itself six months after, commencing
as a whito patch over the vaccine
sito. Tho description of his symp
toms is painful and disgusting.
Dadas, a native palki bearer, was a
lopor 20 years. Ho was forcibly vac
cinated at twenty-one years of age,
being thou a healthy young man. A
year later, loprosy commenced at
tho seat of tho vaccine marks. Mabel
1'., a Scotch lassie, aged 17, a lopor
for tho last eight years, was brought
by her mother, who stated that she
was vaccinated whoii sho was seven
and a half years. About six mouths
after tho operation, which was suc
cessful, symptoms of loprosy began
to develop, aud sho flow hero aud
there to every medical practitioner
to save hor child, but to no avail, as
tho disease kept increasing." Twenty-five
of thcao cases are recorded
from a largo number of others iu
this one physician's practice. It is
clear, therefore, if every medical
man residing iu leprous countries
would make careful record of all
such experiences, tho testimony
would Do sullieiout, wore it made
public, to cause the lay portion of
mankind to rise iu revolt against
such a dangerous practice.
In conclusion 1 would earnestly
recommend the study of this un
deniably important question, and
would urge members of Colonial
Councils and members of Boards of
Health, especially, to acquaint them
selves with tho body of lacts reveal
ed in this latest bolt forged against
tho vaccination delusion. They will
boo that tho best way to arrest tho
progress of loprosy is not tho ap
pointment oi expensive pro-vaccinating
Leprosy Commissions, but tho
introduction of sanitary precautious
and giving up the practice of vac
cinatiou. As tho boforo-goiug facts
only touch tho friugo of tho 400
pages of ovidouco collected iu Mr.
Tobb's startling volume, 1 should
like to rovert to tho subject in a fu
J as. K. "Williamson.
21 George Street, Kuston Square,
London, N.W., 7th April, 1803.
the gate. Special
iiiaito tor I'liuiuy
arrangements euu be
ricuics ami evening
AWN MOWKIIK TO LLT BY THE
tins' . week or mouth- Repairing.
Cleaning aud'hliarpculng done, Duplicate
Pieces fiirnisliiulw lieu iciiiire. Machines
called for and returned. AUo, Repairing
Harden lloc In fuel, can do anything
iiiriiMritry around llu liouu or stable,
HltiK Ui Mutual Telephone Hi'.'.
The .President and Socretarj' of
State have, it is stated, practically
coneliulou to discontinue the dis
criminating duties imposed on tho
coll'eo and sugar produced iu Vene
zuela, lluyti and tho United States
of Colombia, tho only three coun
tries of South America which re
fused to outer into satisfactory reci
procity arrangements under tho Mc
kinley law, aud Mr. Harrison's dis
crimination proclamation will bo re
voked. There is nothing 1 havo ever used
for muscular rheumatism that gives
mo as much roliuf as Chuiiihorluiu's
i'liin Halm does. I havo' .loon using
it for about two years four bottles
iu all as occasion required, and al
ways keep a bottle of it iu my homo,
1 holiovo 1 know a good thing whou
1 get hold of it, and I'aiu Halm is
tho bust liniment I havo over met
with. W. H. Ooiuiy, dairyman, Now
Lexington, Ohio. r(l cunl bottles
for sale by all doalors. Hdiihmi,
Smith A; Co,, agents for tho Hawai
Nuliiorilie. or fi Daily llulletin, 50
wild per month,
A photographic enlargement, four
teen feet six iuuhus by six foot three
inches, for tho Chicago Exhibition,
iptito snuffs out tho big enlarge
ments which have rocoutly boon ex
ecuted iu this country for thu
World's Fair. 1 wondor if anybody
buys and pays for those mam
moth pictureat A man who could
afford spaco for haiigiuu' thorn could
afford to havo big puiiiihigs, 1 sup
pose, and would havo thornr Jliko
enlargements -"not too much en
largement, just eulargemeiiteuougli"
-but, whon they iyo measured by
tho yard, 1 fail to see their beauty
or utility for ordinary purposes.
Still, "sweet aro the uses of adver
Tho Now York tailors in thoir
strike propose to go ahead with a
boycott until tho manufacturers
either give iu or every orgauizod
laborer iu tho laud had ceased to
buy thoir clothing, uoiwithstuudiug
Judge Hicks' decision agitiust boy.
Twenty-iiluo clerks wore dropped
from tho rolls of tho Census UUlco
ut Wushiugtuu iu ouo duy,