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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Kttablhhfd for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, NOV. J, 1893.
He is much PleciBod With
Friendly Tone of Residents.
Hou. Albort S. Willis, United
States Euvoy Extraordinary ami
Minister l'lempotoutiary, with Mrs.
Willis and thoir sou, has takou
Suow Cottage, Hawaiian Hotol
grounds, whoru Mr. Blount had tlio
Uuited Status Legation. An Ameri
can flag is living from the stall' in
front ol tho house.
A representative ol tho Bulletin
called there to make the acquaint
ance of the now Minister. The
bright young sou of Mr. Willis took
the visitor's card, and in a moment
the Minister appeared. He extend
ed hi hand in a friendly manner
and invited the newspaper man to
be seated in the reception room.
Mr. Willis said he had not yet
presented himself to the Govern
ment, but would do so at the
earliest possible opportunity. Ho
was prepared to find that tho
members of tho Government wore
estimable gentlemen. This im
pression ho had formed from con
versation with people on both sides
of Hawaiian politics. It was very
pleasing to him to find that politi
cal opponents hero did not enter
tain personal animosity toward each
other. Ho had noticed this fact in
talking with gentlemen on both
nides ou board the steamer.
Questioned about an interview
with him in tho Chronicle, which ho
was told the Bulletin was publish
ing to-day as matter of popular in
terest, Mr. Willis said tho reporter
was gentlemanly and probably
meant to bo fair, but sometimes
members of tho press would give
their own impressions as those of
the person interviewed. Tho remark
about the President's policy being
likely to bo divulged ou hisarriwil
at Honolulu, Mr. Willis said was not
justified by anything he said to the
Mr. AVilJia was atkod if ho could
sav anvthiucr as to whothur the Ha
waiian question was to bo submitted
Ho could not. It would bo rather
trenching on what were for the
present official confidences to an
swer that questiou.
After a little further agreeable
conversation the Bulletin represent
ative withdrew. Mr. Willis has a
quiet and pleasant address, which is
calculated to make triends of all he
meets. His air is serious and kindly,
while firmness and discretion look
out of a pair of clear eyes. He wears
a short-cut, slightly grizzled board
and a mustache, and is somewhat
above medium height.
A Larger Steamer Chartered to Leave
Australia This Mouth.
London, Oct. 27. Tho Times an
nounces that the steamer Mioweia,
which is stranded at the mouth of
Honolulu harbor, will bo tempora
rily repaired at that port. The
steamer Arawa, now at Sea Islaud,
has been chartered and will leave
Sydney, Nov. 18th, so that only one
voyage between Vancouver and Aus
tralia, as a result of the mishap to
the Miowera, will be missed. Tho
chaitering of the Arawa was a bold
step as the vessel is larger than re
quired for the purpose at present.
But trading prospects ou the route
are regarded as favorable enough
to justify the arrangements to
meet a further expansion of
trado, which is expected before a
year and a half, and for which the
vessel chartered will be used. The
Arawa can carry 30,000 carcases of
animals, in addition to other pro
duce, in its freezing chambers. An
immediate opportunity is thus oil'or
ed for a large trade in meat and
dairy produce from Australia, and
in salmon and other products from
A further important development
in the future ot the steamers of this
line i9 that, begiuning with the
Arawa, they will call at Fiji in addi
tion to Honolulu. This is greatly
due to tho efforts of tho Governor
Tho Times, in conclusion, says it
hopes that the decision of tho author
ities of Fiji, which is a Crown colony,
will have weight with tho homo
Government to give financial sup
port to tho Pacific cable.
The following is a description of
the steel-Bcrow steamship Arawa:
Dimension, 139 ft. Gin length; Hi ft.
3 in. breadth, 28 ft. it in. depth ;3,2li7
tons not and 5,025 tons groan; ol 800
nominal horse-power. She is a -1-masted
steamer, with three decks
and eight bulkheads, and provided
with two smokestacks, Tho Arawa
was built in 1884 by tho Denny Dioa.
of Dumbarton for the Shaw Savilh
& Albion Co,, is furnished with elec
tric lights and the latest impiove
ineuts, and carries throe classes of
passengers, She holds tho record
from Now Zealand to Plymouth ol
34 days around tho Capo. Capt.
Stuart, It. N. It., is in command.
She will bo due at Honolulu, Nov
The P. G. baud,
leader, will play at
Hotol at 7:80 o clock this evening
in honor of tho American Minister
Resident. Following is the pro
gram: PAKT I.
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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
S.vs Fisancisco, Oct. V!7
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, non u vi mi.
Leading members of the Commit
tee on Foreign Affairs in the House
think Cleveland will send to Con
gress, immediately after the silver
bill is out of the way, a message and
the correspondence in tho Hawaiian
1 Lit t of Illinois, formerly chair
man of tho foreign
tho dillicultv of dealing with the i
Hawaiian questiou could not be
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over-estimated. Annexation, with
the peculiar conditions existing in
tho islands, might well pu.lo tho
widest statesman. He spoke of res
toration of the Queen as the height
of absurdity, while saying a protec
torate would mean to abandon the
form of republican government on
tho islands. A protectorate meant
that the United Slates would gov
ern the islands as a possession.
Hilt says it is necessary to have
tho islands, for the same reason
that the nation is building ships of
war, as tho islands are the Malta of
tho Pacific ocean and are absolutely
necessary to the United States. Ho
thinks the islands could be acquiiod
as a military and naval station and
governed as such by the United
States. Tlioy are wanted for war
purposes, ho'says, and if acquired as
such could be governed without dis
turbing the existing conditions or
submitting tho islands to tho rule of
tho most populous et ignorant
classes of the islands.
Nathan Strauss, manager of the
New York branch of the big San
Francisco house of Levi Strauss &
Co., shot himself in his office on the
25th, living two hours later in hos
pital. Yellow fever is still piovalent at
W. C. T. U. whitecaps at Osceola,
Nebraska, including wives of lead
ing citizens, were arraigned and
bailed in 6200 each for whipping
The Enterprise planing mill. Spear
stieet, San Francisco, has been burn
ed: loss ;?r0,0t)U.
The S. S. Gaelic was so badly
ljulletea y stoiins ou her vojago
from Japan that her machine re
quires to be ovoi hauled before she
goes to sea again.
It is expected the Corbotl-Mit-chell
fight will take placo under an
oiler of a S20.000 purse from the
Olympic Club at Now Orleans.
Tho American Missionary Asso
ciation, in -ession at Elgin, Illinois,
denounced the Gearv anti Chinese
The retrial of tho Stewart will
case has begun in Now Yoik.
s. S. CITY Ol' NEW OHK WHKCKEU.
The I'. M. S. S. Co.'s steamship
City of Now York is a hopeless
wreck on southtast rocks, below
tlio Jjjl.l hoiino at Point Jioniln nr
North Heads in tho Golden Gate.
She sli nek in a thick fog ou leaving
San Francisco lor Japan and China
at 1:15 o'clock in the afternoon of
Thursihy, Oct, 2(S. Powetful tugs
to the number of seven wont speed
ily to the New York's relief, but all
oilorts to pull her oil' her roel.,v
berth proved unavailing. When the
floating of the ship was found hope
lo-s, work began vigorously at re
moving passongora and their effects
and as much of the cargo as could
bo saved. There was $1111,21)0 in
treasure on boaul, and the cargo
was valued at .:?132,00l). The treasine
has ull bien iccovered. The rest of
tho cargo is all but a total loss.
IhoCityof Now Yoik, l'.Kil tons
net register, was built at Chester,
Pa., in lSe, and was considered one
of tho best steamers of the Pacific
Mail Company on tho Pacific coast.
She was running on tho Oriental
routo as an extra steamer.
The latest is that tho steamer will
prove a total wreck. Her back is
believed to bo broken, and her hold
is full of water. She is being strip
ped of everything possible. George
Johnson, tho pilot who was on
board, will have to stand an iuvosti
Two Chinese passengers had been
wrecked in the Newborn within ten
daja. They were regarded as hoo
doos, and have been transferred to
The wreck proved a harvest for
thieves, who robbed passengers' bag
gage right and left.
On tlio vessel there was no insur
ance, tho company carrying what is
called "its own instiiatice." There
was SI 17.725 insurance accounted
for in San Fiaucisco on the cargo.
31Airi:ilb IN COSOHESs.
Senator Harris, acting for the
silver Democrat .s, on Oct. 21 inform
ed tho silver Republicans that the
Deinoeiats hid concluded to drop
the fight against repeal and allow it
to come to a vote.
The news of the silvoi surrender
caused an upward rush iu mono
and stocks on Wall street,
It is said tlio rough draft of the
now tarill bill is iu the hands of
President Cleveland and Secretary
Carlisle. A tarill' for revenue it
adhered to quite closely. Tho sub
committee has not quite made up its
minds about stigai, but it will not tr
to get rev on uo out of that article.
The .sugar bounty will go.
Rev. Samuel W. Haddavvay, chap
lain of the Hoiito, died on the 2tilh
of Bright's disoao.
Tho vote on repeal of the silver
law was epecled ou Moudav, Oct,
. VVAL ITEMS.
The Lancaster bus been ordeied
homo fiom the China .station.
Tho Baltimoie has ai rived ut
Alexandria, Egypt, and the Motion
gaholu at Fiiuchal.
The Yaiitio is at Rio de Jauoiio.
t'iti'.eiis of New York havo pie
sonted a handsome silver service to
tho urtiihoi New Yolk.
The .Mohican's sides wore bored
at Mate Island for rot, but none
The Buiiiiingloii has arrived at
.Mellila, vvliuie iho Spaniard!) art)
fighting tho Moors. Tho Ainorlouii
commander landed and paid his
respects to the Spanish authorities.
I'aj master John Cl.vlo Sullivan,
lately eourt-innilialod for falsifying
his accounts, has been ordered from
the receiving ship at. Vallejo under
arrest to his homo where ho will bo
served with oiders from the i'lesi
dent dismi-ing him from tho sor
ice of the United States.
The trial trip of the new gunboat
Mnehias was unsatisfactory. Her
stability is questioned.
Tho new battleship Oregon was
launched from the Union Iron
Works yard, San Francisco, in pre
sence of an immense concourso on
the'JCith, She was named by Miss
Daisy Aiiiiworth. who pressed the
electric button, that moved tho
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lniKo steel ship of i:i:H) tons weight
glide into tho water,
Lord Vivian, British Embassador
to Italy, died at liotuo on the 21st.
It is reported the whole Austrian
Cabinet will resign before the dis
solution of the Keichsrath.
Another attempt has been made
by anarchists to kill General Campus
There is a hitch in negotiations
betweon Great Britain and France
regarding tho butler state which it
is proposed to create between French
and British territory in Siam.
The British squadron has boon
warmly welcomed at Spez.iu.
Tho English feeling over the
yacht race is that tho Vigilant beat
the Valkyrie ou tho respective niorits
of the boats.
Homo Secretary Asquith in a
speech said the Irish dynamiters
were fairly convicted, and it. would
not bo right to show them more
consideration than other convicts.
A big Parnellito meeting at l)ub
lin domaudod tho roleaso of tho
dynamiters, the reinstatement of
evicted tenants and the repeal of
the coercion act.
Johu Redmond in a speech at
Cork said formal notice would bo
given the Liberals they could not
count the Parnellito members as
part of their majority unless they
consented to consider tho ovictod
tenants' question and again ileal
with the question of homo rule or
dissolve in 1S!)4.
UlANl'E AND Itl'aSIA.
A Paris correspondent says it is
necessary to say, and proclaim it
vorvloudlv in a neutial countrv like
the Uuited States, that a Franco
Russian alliance oxisls. Tho Rus
sian and French navies exceed in
number of ships those of the Triple
Alliance, and thoir armies are equal
to thoso of Germany, Austria and
The Russian naval visitors left
Paris on tho 21th iu the midst of
the frantic farewells of the popu
lace. Over 100,000 persons ran alter
the carriages which took Admiral
Avelau and his officcis from the
opera house to the railway station.
At the opera tho audience had join
ed in singing tho "Maiseillaiso" and
the Russiau national hymn, and at
the closoof tho performance Admir
al Avelau arose and shouted, "Hur
rah pour la France!" This set the
people ciazy. Tho Russian hymn
was sung six tunes, and President
Carnot called out ''Vivo la ltussie!"
which was tumultuously echoed by
Rebels defeated the loyalists iu
two pitched battles about tho 20th.
In one a thousand men were killed.
Tho insurgent steamers Jupiter
and Esporan.a tried to steal out of
Rio harbor tho night of the 19th.
Tho Jupiter was discovered by a
search light and stopped, but the
Esperuuza slipped out with arms
and ammunition for Dosterro, uixpl
tal of the State of Santa Cathaiina
It was believed that Admiral
Mollo went out on the Esperauza,
which if true indicated a inahsiiitf of
tho twelve rebel wai ships, to pre
vent tho Government Hoot from yet
ting together to asii.it tho forth.
Tho rebel ship Uranus while try
ing to force an entrance wai dis
abled with tho first volley from
Santa Cm, fort.
A despatch of the 2iith says tho
rebel ships aro scarcely able to move
(from the need of tepairs.
Letters have been published in
Montevideo showing that Admiral
Mollo tried to avoid the bombard
ment of Rio do Janeiro, but that
President Feixoto acted iu bad faith
and seemed to want to draw the
rebel lire on the city.
Rear Admiral Stanton has boon
detached from the U. S. S. Newark
for a blunder he committed iu salut
ing tho rebel Admiial's Hag after he
had just saluted the Government
ling on entering the harbor of Rio
Secretaries Oresham and Herbert
have verbally informed Minister
Meudouca at Washington that tho
President regrets the error made by
Stanton, and that the amende honor
able will in duo course be made.
Tho Now York Herald's corres
pondent at Montevideo reports sur
prise boing felt there at the otlicial
repudiation of Admiral Stanton's
act. Ho says from the outbreak of
the (evolution Admiral Mollo has
received recognition from the ships
of foreign nations iu the harbor of
Poixoto has bought a big steamer,
a dyiiamito gun and projectiles in
Santa Cruz fort has coased to re
ply to Mollo's shot?, and its garri
son have declared themselves neu
tral. This is regarded as tin almost
stuuiiiug blow to President Poixoto.
In a whole day's encounter between
ships and shore batteries, Santa
Cru. hai not lirud a shot. It is fully
expected iu Hrail now thut it will
go hard with Feixoto,
I'ACIIIl I Alii. I. I'IIO.SI'i:cih.
C. R, llo.-tinor, general muiiagor of
the Canadian I'acile Tolegiaph, has
expies-ed the intense interest of
that concern in a Pacific cable. Ho
believes that the glowing commerce
of tho Faeiliu dumamlH that a cable
bo laid, and is sutlnlled it will belaid
by someone within a very uhoit time.
Thu llritish Government bus boon
much agitated over tho granting of
a subsidy by the Fieneh Govern
ment! o the eablo connecting Queens
land and Now Caledonia.
Sail ford Fleming is reported from
Loudon as suggesting that tho gov
ernments interested should own tho
cable and a shilling a word should
bo the rate.
Social nnd Diuico.
The Sons of St. George will have
a social and danco at K. of P. hall
not Monday evening. Tickots to
admit lady and goutlenian, S1.00, for
sale at Golden Hule lin.uur ami Ash
wort h's barber simp.
The P. G. band trives its weekly
concert at Emma Souaro this after
By Jn.s. F. Morgan.
AUCTLON SALE OF
I urn illteeteit to sell at Pulilic Auction ut
On TUESDAY, Nov. 7th,
AT 1! O'CLOCK N'OON,
I'r account of uliiiiu it mny concern:
10 Shares of Stock in the Wooillawn
Fruit Company, Limited.
Jas. IP. lEorgaia,
ALL PKKSON.S HAVING IJhAlMS
ugitiiiM EiiMt'NU Hart nill plcn-e
pii'Miiit the .si i n i! to tho uiiiloriigiieit at Ills
oltice. Merchant Street.
.1. M MUN.SAltU.1T.
Honolulu, Nov. I, 1.MM. sT -tf
Building & Loan Association.
Alt MONTHLY MKE1'
hdil at tlir- I'lininhpr of
X ini? will hi-
Coiiiiiiun-p on MONDAY EVTJNINQ. Nov.
0, lsli.i, ut 7:3H o'clock.
& I'nvineiits are ruiinliiMl in llolil.
' JOHN g. noTiivvin.L,
STEWAIill KOK U. S.
Auiilv iu Hoat Landing
at S o'clock a. m.
COTTAOK ur l-'IVKOIt SIX KOOMi.
-i"Y City or oui skirts, linn abom $10 per
mouth. Addrc-s T., llux Hi.
DR. S. ASAJNO
Physician : and : Surgeon
NO. lWi Nl'UAVU AVENUE.
Oppniltu Eaglo limine, - - Honolulu.
2 Mutual lolephoiie'iil.
O IT S T E "Ft S
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE AI STKAMRIIIV
A TTjrPT? a t .T j m
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
loll THE VIIUVC, I'OUT ON
Saturday, Nov. 11th,
Tho utiilcrKlunuil are now lireiiarcd to
Isfuio Through TicKuts from thin city to all
Iiolnts iu thu Uuited titutei.
For further particular rei;ii riling Kridght
or Passage aiU'lj to
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
LOOK OUT FOR
Aftor the Arrival oi
t$3 A Web Treat In Prospect for
Hawaiiao Harflware Co., L'fl I
Saturday, Oct. 28, 1S93.
The condition of national
affairs in the United States is
a greater cause for alarm
among the people there than
is the unsettled condition of
affairs here. What with silver
and anti-silver, repealers and
supporters and the pro's and
con's on the Geary law the
people of the United States
find their pulses beating in the
halls of Congress at a rate
similar to that experienced in
thu ante bell um days. The
Hawaiian question is insigni
ficant compared with the im
portance of settling forever
the differences among the
silver and anti-silver men.
Selfishness it may be called,
but in this day and generation
people are prone to look out
for their own interests first,
their neighbors' afterward
take a body of men like the
Congress of United States
with no definite plan of settle
ment, action is necessarily
slow. If, as is stated in a dis
patch to one ol the papers,
congress was to adjourn on
the 26th of October the possi
bilities of reaching the Ha
waiian issue before the Decem
ber session is reduced to a
shadow. Mr. Willis may throw
some light on the subject when
he arrives provided he is not
too blunt. As it stands we
must await patiently the ar
rival of the Australia to see
what the law makers of the
United States have done. In
the meantime take your pencil
and paper and calculate the
cost of building 500 yards of
fence where you use posts
every six or eight feet, and
take from the total the cost of
building the same length by
the use of our patent stays and
washers. The result will prove
to you the economy in adopt
ing new methods of fence
You have another source of
profit lO occupy your uttontion
during the interval until the
arrival of the steamer. An idle
brain is the devil's workshop;
you must have something to
keep your thought factory
going on legitimate 4ines, get
a color card of Hendry's Ready
Mixed Paints and select the
color you want to use on your
house. Ten gallons of paint
and two or three brushes w 11
make your home look surprised
We have some beautiful
banquet lamps and if you want
to give your parlor or library a
modern look there is no easier
or better way of accomplishing
it than by selecting an article
of this kind.
You remember the pretty
tumbler you were looking at
in our store? the one with the
engraved bands near the top.
You will remember, also, that
when you came back for them
we had sold all we had in stock.
Last week we received several
hundred dozen of this pattern
together with some very hand
some hock and champagne
glasses. If you want any, now
is a good time to get them.
Our Hendry Double Furrow
plow is making a big hit on
plantations because it is the
only plow of the kind that
leaves the furrow clean and
ready for irrigating or plant
ing. Wherever the Hendry
Breaker is you will soon find a
Hendry Double Furrow plow,
Hawaiian Hardwaro Co., L'd
Oiioillu HirvuLt)U' lilutilf,
.H07 IPC HIT STUEET.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
These French Brushes are celebrated the World over for
their ExoELLE'CK or Finish and Durability,
and cost you no mouis than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
ess lort Stret, - - - "Konolvilvi, EC. I.
TEMPLE OF FASHiO
Corner Fort Sa
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great - Many - Specialties
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
Ji-V sec, ecc. and. sos.
A Full Liue of India Silk
IN AL1, COLOKS
-a.T SO CS1TSS.
Extra Yalne iu Boys' Waists
WHITE AND COLORKD.
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Flavette Boys' Waists
ies' Dressed Kid Gloves
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Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
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PLEASE ALSO KKMEMBKK THAT I OAHKY A
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Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes 1
WHICH I AM T fWTl?f
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fir I INVITE IlSTSFHIOTIOlSr "
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LOVBTOY A, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOU THE SALE OK
E. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
Fiom "Uncle 8am" Wine Cellar, Xujia G'.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sun Jmr, Cat., U. 8. A.
Dallomand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
A nut dcu' t Finrtt Production, Rich und Melluv,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Reliable,
Scott & Oilbort's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of .Summer J)rinl:.
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Mutual TiLrmows 808 l'osr Omci Box 187
NEW NOVELTIES IN
100 Doz. White Hemstitched at fn:.
200 Doz. Colored Bordered at Oo.
EXTRA VALUE IN
Corsets and Corset Waists
My 11.00 Corset can't be beat.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AM) A PlILI. LINE Ot
House Fnrnisnina Goods
1 am ottering at LSED ROCK PRICES.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
A.O? SB C333STXla.
i:lTm?0 THAN ANY
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