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HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1893.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
rillNTED AMD PUBLISHED
XXOKFT SUNDAY BY T1IK
Daily Bulletin PubUslilng Co., L'd.,
AT TUB OFFICE.
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Month, In advance.
THE 'WHffiLY BULLETIN
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nd Five Dollars to Foreign Subscribers.
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P. O. BOX 89.
t Daily Bulletin is printed and tin
lished by the Bulletin Publishing Co!
pany, Limited, at its onlce, Monhnnt
streot, Honolulu, Hawaiian islands.
Daniel Logan, editor, resides on Alakca
street, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Address letters for the paper "Editor
Bulletin,'' and business letters " Manager
Bulletin Publishing Company." Using a
personal address may cause delay in at
tention. Business Cards.
LEWEBS & COOKE,
Itnr-OBTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER AND
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
V " IMP0RTER8 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
if Fort Street, Honolulu.
'JV '', - H. HAOKFEIiD & CO.,
r-General Commission Acients.
Corner -Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
. W. HAGFAHI.ANE & CO.,
Importers -and Commission Merchant.
Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer and General Business Auent.
Mahukona, Kohala, Hawaii.
WERNER & CO..
Manufacturinu and Importing Jewelers.
92 Fort Street, Honolulu.
EDWIN A. JONES
penea nn office for transacting all
business in connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Sale of Bonds,
Stook and Real Estate,
And is prepared to Audit Accounts.
Office: Comer Fort and Merchant streets.
P. O. Box 55.
Kukul , Jewelry a specialty. Particular
.attention paid to all kinds of repuirs.
-Molneniy Blook, Fort Street.
ATIiAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam -Enoineb, Suuaii Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass, and Lkad
Machinery of Every Description Made to
rder. Partiuular attention paid to bhips'
Blacksmltlilng. Job Work executed at
0. B. RIPLEY,
i Complete plana and Hiieolllnitloiu for
.' every dosoriptlun of building. Contracts
' drawn and careful Hunerlntuinluiicu of con-
itmotlon. given when risiilrtnl, Cull and
examine iiluim. New deslgna, .Modurn
building". Otlloo, Room 6, HpruuMt1 llliink,
II. B. Moonn, Supt. W. H. Tayi on, Pros.
Risk In Works,
Improved Sugar Machinery
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating and Water Works purposes
of any capacity. ,
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Flumlng
MATHESON LOOK-JOINT PIPE,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
For further particulars and cata
DE2.isca.ori. Iron "Works,
Ban Francisco, California.
PALO ALTO STABLES,
3SO O'lParx-oll St.
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. F., Cal.
I BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO MY OLD
friends and patrons in the Islands that
I have" purchased tho abovo Stables and
intend to maintain its namesake "Second
to None" lstclass. Livery Outlits of every
description also on hnnd. For salo: Matched
Spans, Road and Draft Hort.cs guaranteed
as represented. Correspondence invited.
E. R. MILES,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea and OofTe
AT ALL nOURS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
KC. J. 3STOLTB. Froip.
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Having Changed Hands arc now Piepared
ICE CREAM or the Best Quality,
SHERBETS or the Best Quality.
Ice Cream Soda and Soda Water
And a Choice Assortment of
FRENCH AND PLAIN MIXED CANDIES
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
. bElim TO OliDEIt.
METROPOLITAN MEAT 'CO.,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G-. J. "Waller.
iMKlltrEK AND l)l'AI Kit IN
Ladles' and Children's
No. 103 ITort Stx'QQt.
LAWN MOWERS TO LET UY THE
day, weul: or muutlr Repairing,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplluitu
l'lwcH furnished whoiiiuijuliul. Muolilni's
will nl for mill iiiuiriioil, AUu, Repairing
Harden llosu In (nut, can ilu anything
iiei'vsdur) around the limine or viable,
Ring up Minimi 'IVImilumo 1W.
'Alt N V lUiltflKHH
'PHI'. WEEKLY mil.LEl'l.N- 001,
JL miiiiKoI Interesting Heading Mutter.
UluinKfll nmlM to fniidKitwmntrlvH.ft-,
For Vancouver, B. C,
From Sjdnoy and Brisbane:
S. S. "MIOWERA" Aug. 1, 1893
S. S. "WARRIMOO" Aug. 31, 1893
S. S. "MIOWERA" Oct. 2, 1&93
B. R. "WARRIMOO" Nov. 1, 1893
S. S. "MIOWERA" Dec. 2, 1893
S. S. "WARRIMOO" Jan. 1, 1MM
AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER.
For Sydney & Brisbane
From Vancouver, B. C:
S. S. "WARRIMOO" July 21, 1893
S. S. "MIOWERA" Aug. 21, 1MB
S. S. "WARRIMOO" Sept. 21, 1818
S. S. "MIOWERA" Oat. 21. Ib03
8. S. "WARRIMOO" Nov. 21, 1893
S. S. "MIOWERA" Dec. 21, 1893
b, S. "WARRIMOO" Jan. 21, 1891
AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER.
Passenger and Freight Rates
TO VANCOUVER, B. C,
Are the Same as to San Francisco, Cal.
Through Tickets to All Points in Canada
and the United States per Cana
dian Pacific Railway.
For Freight or Passago apply to
THEO. H. DAVIE3 & CO.,
719-td General Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will loave for the above port with
Mails and Passengers on orabout that date.
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due ut Honolulu, from Ban Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch
Malls and Pussengers for the above ports,
The undersigned arc now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE-UNITED STATES.
For further uurtlculars reuardinu
Freight oi Passage apply to
-WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,-
1-91 General Agents.-
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for 8. F.
July 12 July 10
Aug. U Aug. l(i
Sept. U bopt. 1.1
"Out. 1 Oct. 11
Nov. 1 Nov. 8
From San Francisco
MARIPOSA, July 27
MUNOWAI, Aug. 21
ALAMEDA, Sept. 21
MARIPOSA, OU. Ill
MUNOWAI, Nov. 1(1
From Sydnoy for
MONOWAI, Out. 10
ALAM-EDA Nov. Ill
OHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for tbe Island of Oaliu,
Agent to tnlvd Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Murrlugo Licenses, Hono
Agent fur the Hawaiian Islumls of 1'ltt it
bcott'ii Freight aud Parcel Express,
Agent for the lfiirlingtoii Route,
REAL ESTATE llltOKKIt
ami GENERAL AUENT,
11 r i.i. 3 18- TELEPHONE -MirnMi. l!i
I'.O, Doxlir. .
3H Meri'lmiit t.
Honolulu, H. 1.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
IN OONNHOTION WiTH
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
THE FAMOUS TOUMST BOTJTE OF THE WORLD.
ME $5 Scff &
STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY.
THROUGH TICKETS Issued from
For Brisbane and Sydney:
STEAMERS SAIL 21st EACH MONTH.
Freight and Passenger Agents:
D. MoNICOLL, Montreal, Canada.
M. M. STERN, San Francisco, Cal.
G. McL. BROWN, Vancouver, B. C.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the follow ing dates:
Stmr "CHINA" July9, 18U3
Btmr "OCEANIC" Aug. 7, 18'
Stmr "CHINA" Sept. 18, 1893 ,
Stmr "OCEANIC" Oct. 1U, 1893
btmr "CHINA" Nov. 27, 1893
Stmr "OCEANIC" Dee. 25, 1893
Stmr "CHINA" Feb. 5, 1891
Stmr "OCEANIC" March 5, 1891
Stmr "CHINA" April 1(1, 1891
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 tho following dates:
Stmr "PERU" July", 1893
Stmr "OCEANIC" Julv 17, 1893
btmr "CITY OF RIO DE JANEIRO"
July 25, 1893
Stmr "CITY OF NEW YORK'
July 31, 1893
Stmr "GAELIC" Aug. 8, 1893
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Aug. 15, 1893
Stmr "OCEANIC" Sept. 25, 1893
Stmr "CHINA" Nov.O, 1893
Btmr "OCEANIC" Dec. 4, 1893
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Jan. 2, 1891
Stmr "OCEANIC" Feb. 12, 1891
Stmr "CHINA" March 20, 1891
Stmr "GAELIC" May 14, 1891
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
HAMA. Cabin $100 00
Cabin, round trip 4
months 225 00
Cabin, round trip 12
months 202 CO
European Steerage... 85 00
KONO. 1175 00
Passengers navinc full fare will be
allowed 10 percent oil return fare if return
ing within twelve months.
For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oppo. Bethel St.
IS IIOJ.m.NCI A
GREAT BARGAINS I
IN ALL KINDS OF
Handsome and Artistic Goods,
J. M. de SA e SILYA.
DR. S. ASANO,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 107 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Nearly opp. Eagle House.)
7 to U i'. m.
tl to 12 A. M.
2 to 5 and
A LL PARTIES "jiljjbl II I N TO 00 TO
iV Wulal.fiil.im I nil In .Million Valley
am hereby rccptiiMul to obtain u permis
sion from the uiidi'wiKiHil.uthi'rttlMi they
l.u proeouted for trenpass If found on
(he preml.us widiimt hiu'Ii periuUk Ion,
JAbi II. lit i Ji,
at the Uwl OIIU'u, Hupruiuu Court llulld.
Honolulu, J unu 17, mi. TM-U
$10 S UssthapU.S.Line
Honolulu to CANADA, UNITED STATES and
.to BRISBANE and 8YDNEY.
For Victoria and Vancouver B. ft:
Oct. 2d. Nov.
Jan. 1, 1891.
For Tickets mid General Informa
tion apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES &CO.,
J(cnlior the Jlauaiiun Islands.
Wilders Steamship Co.
Wilder, Pres. S. B. Ross, Sec.
Gait. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m., touching at
Lahaina, Muahica Bay and Makena the
same day; Muhukona, Kawuihuoaud Lau
pahoehoe the following doy, arriving at
Hilo at midniiht.
Tuesday July 11
Friday July 21
Tuesday ' Aug. 1
Friday Aug. 11
Tuesday Aug. 22
Vrlilnv Kfii.t. 1
Tuesday bent. 13
Roturnlng leaves Hilo, touching at Lau
pahoehoe same day; Kuwaihae a. m.; Ma
hukona 10 a. m.; Makena 4 i: a.; Maalaea
Bay 0 l. m.; Luhaina 8 v. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu u a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU:
Wednesday July 19
Saturday . July 2!)
Wednesday Aug. !l
Saturday.. Aug. 19
Wednesday .. Aug. 30
Saturday Kept. 9
Wednesday . .. .Sept. 20
Saturday Sept 30
Wednesday Oct. 11
Saturday. '. Oct. 21
No Freicht will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5
p. m., touching at Kaliului, lluelo, liana,
Hamou and kipahulu.
Returning w ill arrive at Honolulu every
CV No Freight will bo received after
4 p. m. on uay of sailing.
Consignees must bo ut the lundings to
receive their Vreiuht. as we will not hold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
has been landed.
While the Company will use duo dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in case oi too
loss of same.
The Confpany will not be responsible for
Money or Jew elry unless placed In the care
Real Estate Agency,
No. 10 Fort Street.
8 Furnished Rooms with or without
board; good location.
1 Furnished House ut Palama near Re
formatory School !fJ2 per Month.
1 Cottage on lieretunlu Street $2j jmr
1 Cottage on Rcrotaulu Street, opposite
8 Stores on Nuuanu Street, near Here
House and It ou ilerotanla street near
Peusacola, Lot 200 feet frontage uud
140 feet deep.
Also, a Valuublo JHook of llrlok llulld-
lugs in the heart of the (Jit).
Several Desirable Residences at llrst-
1 Upright Piano For Balo.
ALL PERSONS HAVINd CLAIMS
iigaliixt the oidatu of It, (!. Ilarutleld,
diseased, are requested to present them to
uiu within thirty ilab from this date, or
they will be forever barred; aud all permits
Indebted to the Mild dcc.uii-cd are rcciic!tcil
to inal.e Immediate payment to int..
THOMAS RAIN WALKER.
Honolulu, Juno 27, 1MM. 7(U 1
All kiwis of C'ommervtul J'rintlnu
promptly exeauUd tit low ruin at the
FOURTH OF JULY.
flow the Birthday of American
Independence Goes in
All the Events Come Off According to
Bolow will bo found a comp'rohon
sivo report of tho celebration of tho
Fourth of Jul' in Honolulu. Thoro
was delightful weather for all tho
ovonts, wuich wore successfully car
ried out by, practically, tho whole
Antiques and Horribles.
As early as 5:30 o'clock in tho
morning streams ol people oi an
nationalities wended towards Fort
and King streots, tho starting point
of tho antiques and horribles pro
cession. In former years this part
of tho Glorious Fourth's colebration
was always looked forward to with
ovident pleasure, and this year the
event was no exception in anti
cipatory popularity. Mr. C. B.
Riploj', who had tho management of
the procession, had everything in
readiness by 6 o'clock, the appointed
hour, but it waB not before 6:30
o'clock when tho procession of fun
niositios started. First came Mary's
lamb with a little boll suspended
from its neck, and kept in lino by a
herder. Following came a red devil
mounted on a safety. Ruby held
tho tail in his hand all tho distance.
Then came a band of musicians
urossea in all suaaos ol laslnou on a
dray decorated with American flags.
A number of comical characters ou
horsos and jackasses followed in
lino. Some of these characters were
well taken off. Master Schmidt as
tho English dude was very good.
Tho most comical in the lino was a
rickety old broken-down express
with ono of Alapai's rheumatic mules
in tho harness. Tho mulo had a
pair of pants on his forelegs, and
over ono of his eyes was a bandage.
Under parts of tho harness wore
wads of old cloth, and the wholo
outfit looked fit for a hospital.
James Thompson, Honry Vierra and
Chas. Lambert rodo in the wagon
all blackouud up. The sight created
roars of laughter and everybody
wanted a second glance at the
funny show. Tho old woman
and her old man wore thero and
occasionally took a spin on tho
wheels. Butcher Waller's fat boy
and a comuanv of minstrols seated
in a conveyance amused the specta
tors with high shindies. Tho fat
bov had a violin with which ho
Tattled off"Yaukoe Doodle" through
out tho march. Ou tho roau a
monster elephant with tho name
"Gin" painted on its uniform, joiubd
the procession. Tho thiug looked
natural as it waddled along. Young
Willie Vida was there dressed as
"Rosio," seated on a sido saddle. Be
sides all those mentioned thero was
a vender of blunt instruments, the
Chinese ice-cream man, the Indian
with his bow aud arrow, tho clown,
tho hayseed aud tho pretty boj.
Last but not least came a tug-of-war
match on a platform erected on a
dray. Takon all in all. the procos
sion of horribles was a grand suc
cess, the only complaint hoard be
ing that it was too short. Tho
route of procession was from Honry
May & Co.'s store to King street,
to Punchbowl streot, to Borotauia
atroot, to Richards streot, to Hotel
streot, to Nuuanu street, to Quoou
stroot, to Fort street and to place
For some years tho litorary exor
cises of tho '1th of July had boon
sparsely attondod. This year boiug
combined with a picnic, thoy drew
au nudioncu large enough to inspire
enthusiasm in the platform contin
gent. A pavilion had boon orectod
with seats for live huudred nooplo,
and it was filled to overflowing.
The exorcisos aud feast following
thorn wore in a shady grove on tho
promises of J. N. Wright, Little
Tho platform was sovoral foot in
height, so that tho speakers wore in
full view of all proMmt, Upon it
were seated tho following persons:
Col. the Hon. J. II. Blount, Uuited
St at oh Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary, who was
President of tho Day; II. W. Sever
ance, U. S. CoiiHiil-ljitiioral; Admiral
Skorrott, Captain Thomas Xolson,
Liouts. Young, W. Wilson and Chas.
I IV... IT V . II I M M C....K
IV, IWl, U. O, ., i. JIM, .IX( .11, OtUH,
chairman of littorary commitleo, and
llov, O. P, Emerson, Chaplain of the
Uay: also representative of tho Ad
vertiser ami Huixktin, tho coimnit
tt'owith raru thought fiiluu&a having
nrovided n press table.
After mi ouirture, "Tho Dlnthun,"
by the Hawaiian baud, Col. lllounl
called tho meeting to order, ami Mr,
ICmoritoii doliuirod mi invocation,
Tho Uattlo Cry of Freedom" wa
buntf to tho baud'n auuoinpaiiluiout.
Captain Nelson, commander of tho
Adams, read tho Declaration of In
dependence in oxcollont stylo aud
was loudly applauded. Ensign Vogol
gosaug of the Adams was introduced
for a recitation not on tho program,
boiug a speech of Patrick Henry in
tho House of Burgossos of Virginia,
which swayed that body to signing
the Declaration of Independence.
It was well dolivorod by tho young
officer, who was heartily applauded.
Tho band played Bandmaster Bor
gor's modloy of American airs.
Lieut. Lucion Young of tho Bos
ton dolivorod tho oration. "Ono
hundred years ago to-day," ho be
gan, "records the advout to tho
world of a nation destined by its ox
ample to causo tho decayed thrones
of monarchy to tremble with fear,
to tottor, and to fall bofore tho ad
vancing civilization of man." Ho
described the grow th of man from a
"horde life" to "political and -"national
oxi&touce." Tho toachiugs of
the converts of Martin Luther and
his followers, who broko tho wand
of Papal supremacy, woro waftod to
tho Now World and received develop
ments which woro implanted in Am
erican institutions. They left no
place for feudal aristocracy or cor
rupt ecclesiastical organizations,
which woro perforce compelled to
keep to their own sido of tho ocoau.
Ho spoki of tho nation's growth
from thirtoou States to forty-four,
and a population of fivo million to
one ol hovouty million, ino consti
tution of 1787 was "tho most perfoct
guarantee of absolute liberty ever
promulgated within tho recollection
of man, aud beside which tho great
Magna Charta becomes, as it woro, s
more speck upon tho escutcheon of
tho Goddoss of Liberty." Roferouco
was made to offorts of tho mon
archies to crush out tho United
States, "England, our implacable
onomy, even going so far in her ef
forts as to assist a dissolution, in
stantly declaring tho States in re
volt a belligerent power. But tho
end was that tho monarchies wore
compelled to recognize tho nation
as "calculated in tho future to dic
tate its own policy."
Tho orator wont on to describe
tho influence the Americau nation
has had on other countries. "While
tho nations of Europe aspire after
change, our constitution engages
tho admiration of tho people." Tho
Brazilian aud French republics were
to their credit, and they had in
creased the unoas'mesb of most
crown-wearing heads. In Belgium
the people had recently secured an
extension of tho elective franchise,
and the Gorman Roichstag had re
pudiated the military despotism by
rejecting tho Army bill. "England,"
ho proceeded, "is attempting a re
publican solution of tho Irish ques
tion. Tho revolution in Cuba indi
cates tho nourishment aud growth
of republican soutimont, aud tho re
cent bloodless revolution ou those
Islands was tho outgrowth of only
fifty years of American tuition, and
marks tho era of emancipation of
tho people aud the dawn of poace,
liborty aud prosperity. Wo are fre
quently reforrod to as tho English
race, but thank God I am au Ameri
cau, aud though wo speak apparent
ly the saino language, we are no
more English than tho people of
that groat nation aro Germans. For
a time tho Colonist retained somo of
tho peculiarities of the Mother
Country, but it was not long bofore
they assumed an individual charac
ter in their political, religious aud
Peace was maintained in. tho
Union without the aid of a largo
.military establishment, and tho Behr
iug Sea matter showed that tho
Americau Code of Arbitration could
peacefully suttlo an international
dispute botwoou tho two greatest
nations of tho world. Ho spoko of
tho growth of intelligence aud privi
leges of womeu. A lady could travel
alone from ono end of the country
to tho other without fear of molosta
tiou or danger of insult. Tho an
nexation of now territory begun by
Thomas JoHorsou with tho secret
consent of Congress, onding with
tho acquisition of Texas and Cali
fornia, made a situatiou in which
"no ono can doubt tho manifest des
tiny of tho United States to control
the commerce of the Pacific Ocean;
aud iu so doing it won't be long be
fore those Hawaiian Islands wilt bo
como as important to tho Phoenicia
of tho Now Continent as the JEgoau
Islands were to tho Phoenician navi
gators of old."
"And in our dosiro to prosorvo
peace aud protect our commerce,"
tho orator proceeded, "wo aro spend
ing millions of money on tho fortifi
cations of our coast, for tho comple
tion of which we may expect in tho
near future to see tho United States
ornamenting her skirts with Cuba
and the Danish Inlands of tho West
Indies, and with tho Hawaiian bou
quet in her loft hand sho will with
her right pay hor salutation to tho
North. Tho recent oxporioncos in
rogard to tho Isthmian Canal is (sig
nificant as to tho intent of tho
Uuited States in regard to non
interference of tho Americau Conti
nent by European Powers, aud tho
time will coiuo when the AVobtorn
Hemisphere will unite iu a confed
eration of republics under tho lead
of tho United States, governed by a
Pan-Atuoricaii Congress that will in
sort iu its preamble that America
shall bo for Aiuoriouus, and that tho
libortioa of tho people shall not bo
abridged by oithur foreign Iulorfor
once or colonial uggroitttiou,"
The peroration of the address in
voked the example of the founders
of tho Republic lo bo followed by
the proson, generation, ami urged
(Curt (flitted on (yW,1!')