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VOL. VII. NO. 943.
THE DAILY BULLETIN I
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ands. Daniel togan, editor, resides on
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LXWERS ft COOKS,
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ILL KINIm Of UlllLMIOI MaTBBJALS.
Fort Street, Honolnln.
H. HA01CFZLD ft CO.,
Obmbbal Commission Aubnts.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
WO. B. SMITHIES),
Acrriostia andOknsiai. IIi'hiksm Aoskt.
Mahukona, Kohala, Hawaii.
ArtOKNIT-AI-l,AW AMI Notany Piianc.
No. IS Kaahumanu St., Honolulu.
Kukul Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Mclneniy Olock, Fort Street.
J. JT. WILLIAMS.
Tbi Only Collection of lilind Time.
O. B. RIPLEY,
Oomplete plans and specifications for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn and careful superintendence of con
struction given when required. Call and
'examine plans. New design. Modern
Kulldlngs. OtUca: Safe Deposit llulldlng
upstairs. Mutual Telephone 20S.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
HTKAM KlUIINKk, SUOAH MlLUf, llOILRBD,
CNmII.ICRH. I HON, llRAKS, AMI) I.RAP
Machinery of Kvery Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blackflinltblng. Job Work executed at
W. S. LUCE,
Vine & Spirit Merchant
CASH-BULL, riRKMIOOr BLOCK,
Merchant St., :
IllSTailOWN AT THK AHIIIMANU
tt Itannh, a choice growth of
New England Sorghum Seed
Fur sale In lots to suit, by
LKWIB Sc OO,
WH. 6. IRWIN & C0.!H. HACKFBLD & CO. I
OKFKH FOR BALK
mi. CBoei a ions'
Celebrated Hlgii Grade Cane Manures.
We are also prepared to take orders (or
Usnra, X. Otilandt Oo.'a
Insuring prompt delivery.
SB This Is a superior Paint Oil. coif !
sumlng less pigment than Llnteed Oil, and i
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors, i 1.
Used with drier It gives a splendid Door
FairBaakCaiaiafl Co.'sCoraed Beel
rARArrmB rAisv co.'s
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
tMd'i Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboea' Diaaoad, Baamel ft Et or
laitiHPalBt Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
Hartford Fire latoraace Co.,
London ft Laaoaabire Fire Ins. Co.,
Tbaaiea aad Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
Assets, 16,124,057. i
New York Life Ins. Co.,
G. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwlu. -Claus
W. M. Qltfard,
Theo. O. Porter
President and Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
AOKNTS OK TUB
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FKAN016CO, OAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
1'.. F. Ulshop.
W. r. Allen
Ohas. M, Cooke
S. 0. Allen
esldeul and Manager
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Bndweiser Beer
by the AiihcusiT-ilusch Drew
; Association of St lxmis.
-AND OF THK-
.AllOK SHIPMENTS JUST TO HANI)
AND FOll HAI.B 1IY
H. HAGRFELD & CO.
All kinds In nny quantity from a
bag to n ton.
From iiuu bag to any quantity.
In l-IU lengths and Hawed or Split,
from a bag to any quantity; alao
WHITE & BLACK SAND
1ST A.TI02ST AL
Between Alakea and Richards Streets.
'PHF. UNDKH8IONKD AUK PltF
J. pared to make nil kinds of Iron,
ltrass, llronrc, Zinc, Tin nml lad Cast.
Ings. AIo a (limnil lliquilr Shop for
Steam KuglucK. Hire Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Whridx. Wind Mill., etc. Machines
for tin Cleaning ol Collco, Castor Oils,
lleatij, ltuinln, SUal, Piucapjilu Ix-nvcs and
other Fibrous Plants and Paier Stock.
Alno Mnchlncs for Kxtrautlng Hlnrcli from
the Manioc, Arrow Hoot, eta.
tW All orders promptly attcndi-d to
WHITE, RITMAN k CO.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikiki. : : : : Honolulu.
(kUilxr i7, .
in lortfy ictnrr;i, iulrl, utr air, cltnr ttn
uatrr, gumlfootl "in litmrnly tunutt luing
out lifforr hit tyf firry ririttiii( mrr the I'lich
fiti nml tlit illilmil Uillt nf II Vii'iMiir, rtcinn
nifntl him conliiilhi In IUr "Hint Sunt I."
noMuCv j.nris .N7:i':.vsuv.
T. A. SIMPSON,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea and OoffAae
AT ALL HODBtt.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
1 Cigars and Tobacco
ALWATS ON HAND.
T. N"0"riT"HJ. Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
Q. J. Wallnr,
A Fllisr-CLAHH FAMILY IIATIIINO
V lli'hurt at Wulklkl. Trumcurs pusi
tint k!ulc. Slice
arrallKuiiieutl can be
luadu for Family
1 Uathlng Paniet,
ricuics auo i.vviiuig
H. 1., MONDAY, JANTAKY 29, 1894.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Aostralian Mail Service.
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
01 the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney ami Auck
land on or about
And will leave for tbr above port with
MaHsand Passengers on or about that date.
Por Bjdiey aai Aacklaii:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamshtn Com nan v will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, i
i ou or abont ,
have prompt despatch
Passengers for the above ports
Tbe uuderslgned are now prepared to Issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UI1IBD STATES.
For further particulars reitanllna
Freight or Passage apply to
Wat 0. IRWIN ft CO., LteL,
ioi Oaatral Agtats.
Oceanic Steamsbip Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from H. F.
Jan. 'J7 . . .
Feb. 24 .
March '.'I.. .
May It) . ..
June III .. .
for S. F.
. .March 31
. ..April '&
. . June 'H
From San FranrUro
From Sydney for
AI.AMKDA, Feb. M
MAIUPOSA, Mar. B
MONOWAI. Apr. n
AI.AMKDA, May 3
MAIUPOSA, May 31
MONOWAI, Juno 'J-
AI.AMKDA, July 1
.MONOWAI. Hem. 3)
MONOWAI, Feb. 14
MONOWAI, May 10
AI.AMKDA, June 7
MAIUPOSA, July ft
MONOWAI, Aug. -J
A I.AMKDA, Aug.SU
MONOWAI Oct. fflk
On and after the 1st day of January,
ltf'1, the store known as "KA MAII.K"
will be closed out and he retired from
huidnesN as fast ns ,cllilo.
Cash will lie exacted for all rates alter
that date. Prices will In mlncm! on
Patrons are rctpiettnl to settle their
accounts us rapidly as polblc.
MBS. O. C BOaRDMAN,
N'llTAKV Pl'HMR, (VlLLKCTOB AND (KNKRl.
bub-ogent for Keverol of the licit FII11C
1NSUIIANCK t:i M PAN! KS.
Mutual Tclephonu 8. P. O. lloi XW.
Morcliunt Street, Houolalu.
E. A. .7A(X)IiSOX,
Watchmakku an'd .Ikwf.i.eh
Mil Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
P. O. Hox 2S7. M utual Tele. tfiS.
WM. DA VIES,
KlGOKlt : and ; Sthvkdokf.
ERTIMATF.8 AND CONTHACTS ON
ALL KINDS OF WOHK.
nrricxi With Wright Hros.,
DK. S. ASANO,
Physician & Surgeon
NO. UK NUUANII AN'KNUK.
Oppoblle Kagle House, - - Honolulu.
Mutual Telephone 211.
nit. j. itch Ida.
Physician & Surgeon
NO. ft KDKIM LANK.
I X4rVT1Tj.X. TX:X,ZSZ?ZXOXT32 COS.
DK. C. W. MOOR1-:,
I tin Van Ni Ave., S. F.. l'l.
Elegant Apartments (or Patients.
ri.ECIBII'ITV l NlllVOts liBICH..
av Dr. Moore Hirers Invalids all the
comforts of homo, with constant and care
ful trvstuisut. Itelers lo II, It. Mscfarlane
Canadian - Australwii
IN OONMBOTION WITH
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
THE FAMOUS TOURIST ROUTE OF THE WORLD.
KM $5 sKd $10 E LessthapU.Uine
! STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY.
THR0U0B TICKETS lma treat loaelala lo CANADA, UNITED STATE3 and
EUROPE, alto to FIJI aai STDNET.
For Fiji aid Srtaey:
BTKAMKIIH MAIL ZU KACH MONTH.
Freight and Paaaangar Agents:
1). McNICOLL, Montreal, Canada.
KOIIKKT KF.Illl. Winning, Canuda.
M. M. 8TKHN, Han Francisco, Cal.
0. Mel MtOWN. Vancouver. II. 0.
OccideDtal and Oriental S, S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and H0N0K0N0.
Steatneni of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the almve
portion or about the following dates)
Btmr "CHINA" Feb. 0, I KM
Btmr "OUKANIC" . March S, IKM
Slmr "CHINA" .. . April HI. INM
For BAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way Irom Hong,
kongand Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates:
Feb. 12, I KM
March 'J(l, IKM
May II, I HIM
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
TO VO BO
MAMA. SIM tw
BONO. 1175 00
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip 12
tW Passengers paying
allowed 10 twrceut oil rem
full fare will be
wrceut oil return fare If return-
lug within twelve months.
K.i- Vr.lL.in .n.i p....... .,.,.! ,,
hor hrelght and I assage apply to
H. HAGRFELD k CO.,
an tt Agents.
IIKTWKKN WAIKIKI, THK PARK,
SANS SOUCI, DIAMOND HK.D
2:1X1 p. m.
i.kavb roa. rnirr
ASH KI.MI HT.
11:00 a. m.
l:oo p iu.
ra-Krc lo lllllo Itange 5 cents, Wai
kiki, 10 cents; Hjiis Soui'l and Diamond
Head, 15 cents, round trip, -i ceuts;
children iiuilcr 12 yearn, half price.
Kll-tf F. SMITH, Proprl-tor.
:rt NDUANH ST.
Next door Murcluint's Kzchaiige.
New Goods and Litest Styles !
PKKFEl'T FIT 01'AllANTEEI).
fW t'UNtnuicri- getting additional sillti
win rci-lvti ii ri'ilui'tlou ol fftitnd i I. M) re
duction ou pants, tiJI-3111
IMI'OKTKK ami Dkai.kr in
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
No. XOS Iot't Btreest.
- IHHKCT IMI'llKTm or
KNIII.ISII AND CONTINENTAL
I xDry C3-ood.s
I No, tt Kaahumanu sUwil.
For Victoria aid Vaaconrer B. C:
STF.AMKK8 BAH. Feb. 3. Fib. i. Al
1, May 1, May 31, July I, July 31, 1m
fl For Ticket and Ufiirral Informs
I tlou apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES&CO.,
i Agentior thr llmntiinn Iitautls.
Wilders Steamship Co.
Wildbb, Pres. S. li. Iloxs.
Cai-t. J. A. Kikii, Port Supt.
Will leave Honolulu lit 2 f. m.. touching at
I.atialnn, Maalaca Hay and Mnkcua thr
same day; Mahukona, KnvMiilui-nnd Ijiii
pahoehoc the following day, arriving at
lillo at midnight.
ltetuming leaves Illlo, lunching at l.au
pahoehoe same day; Kuwulhae a. m.; Ma
hukona 10 A. M.; Makena Ir, s. Maalara
Day Or. m.; Lahalua s r. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu a. m. Wnlue
days and Saturdavs.
AltlUVKH AT HONOI.l'I.Di
Wednesday Feb. :t
No Freight will I
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesda
, ril0AUIi alt h
r. m., touching at Kahulul, Huele, Hnua,
Hamoa and KIimiIiuIii.
Iteturnlng will arrive at Honolulu
No Frelcht will
be rrcelvnl after
4 r. m. ou day of snlllng.
Consignees must be at the lamllui
receive their rrelcht. as we will
ourhclves rrsixjn-llile alter such Freighl
has In-en latiifci.
While the Coniiany will use due
... ... i.-ruiiine Live HliM!k. e ,li
;tnr In hamlllng Live block, we decline
o assume any rtiKitii.lillltv in ! of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be rvsiMinilble for
Money or Jewelry unless placetl In the care
PEIt 1IAKK "C. D. IIKYANT.'
Of ALL MTV L KM;
Carpets, Rugs and Hats
In the Intent I'attenia.
HAND SEWING HACHINE8,
All with the I-Hti-Ht ImproveuieiilN,
-ALHO OS HANI) -
Celebrated Cute Pi
Pallor Organs, Guitars,
- amp uTiint-
ED, HOFFSGHLAEGER & CO.,
King Street, nplHi. faille A I
ALL PAIITIKS DKHlltlNIl TO (10 TO
Waiukcakua Falls in Muuoa Valley
are hereby reiileited to obtain a pcrmlS'
nIoii from the undersigned, otherwise they
will be prosecuted lor trespuss II found ou
the premises without such peruiU.Uui,
JAB. II. IIOYD.
I at the Uud Otllce, Supreme Court lltitld
1 Uonolulu, JuuaU.lwn. 7K-U
PRICE 5 CENTS.
(WI1T. loll TIIK III l.l.l.tlX.)
Tho dining room of Mr. Knowl
ton's dui'lliiif,' house wn modeled
after the oiiou eominoii "living;
room'' of tin' rambling, yet codvimii
fiit, Now Kngland farm lioii.'cs.
Wninsi'oling of maple and walntit
in alternate panels, bright with fre
quent poli-liing, ran nroutid the
room and almve it red cedar match
ntufT reached to a ceiling of t he name
wood. A large lire place, surround
ed with several feet of mosaic tiling,
I half filled one side of the room, and
I an oaken xidelioard.so dark with age
a to look like "bony, "stood oppo
site. 1 On the wall were two fine histori
cal oil paintings that had descended
to Mr. Knowl ton from a remote an
cestor, ami, serving as foil to these,
numerous pretty prints in home-
' made frames of acorn cups and
sycamore "buttons" adorned the
All of the furniture, from the
' largn and heavy oak arm chairs to
, tho settee in the ingle nook, lent au
air of substantiality and comfort to
the large room. As its owner cuter-
I od his eyes could scarcely have
I found a moru homelike picture to
The evenings wete yet chilly, for
the night winds, sweeping down
through the ice gorges of the ad
jacent mountains, bore an arctic
llavor with them that niade the
hearth fire welcome, so in the lire
place a glowing flruof birch boughs
was crackling merrily
Hanging over the leaping llames
from an iron bracket swung from
the hearth side, an iron tea kettle
was singing its song of domestic
peace while the escaping steam
caused its pivoted lid to vibrate and
ring like a pair of castiuets.
Lying at full length in the broad
circle of light rellected from the fire
place, with one velvet paw thrown
backwards under its head, a sleek,
zebra-striped gray cat was do.iug.
Just in the outer edge of the shadow
cat by the settee, a Saint Bernard
dog crouched, his head ou his fore
paws, gazing dreamily out of hit
brown eyes partly al the cat and
partly with alert watchfulness at
the snapping fire of birch boughs
lest some Hying emlior should inl
aw ares Ibid lodgement in his thick
A long and broad dining table
stood within easy reaching distance
of the sideboard, its liberal array of
glass and china more in keeping
; with the surroundings than a silver
I iiittLiB wititlil lint'ii ItAiiiii nml n ftntl
I miim ilia; inviij isiis t vtaia
I uirra cotia va-e mien wuu wan iiow-
ers, roses and sweet Williams com
pleted the home like elTect. .
Sca'cd next to the vacant chair at
the head of the table ou the right
Hnt Dorothy, nn old fnliloned ton
urn liuforo ncr, wnititif; for hur
father hcforn pouring t lit ton.
Opposite hur tint n liluo-oywl,
merry fnood ;W 1'" j'fnrs Uora'ii
Honior, as unlike her, nvt in n com
mon lierltnpi "f frniikiiesn uud
honor, n i-oniil bo itinf,'iui'l. This
wm ICIiuor Kiiowlton, the family
mmlt'Jip mid ti'iie, known iim Our
Thin youti tvoiimn lind some load-
1 iiitf clinrneteriNlifH that lundod to
I L'onlirin cliniioe neipiuintnncos iu
their belief that A was comet hiny
, of n hoyden, yet nothing a farther
from tho truth.
! True, bIio preferred to uo over a
j fence rather than through goto-
way, to deftly twist a rope ntialllo
I nroiuid tho Jaw of her hor.-e in lien
of n bridle nnd to ride him without
i n Baddle at n Hwiuginj; h'alop, her
sunny hair with it warm reddish
tiula llontiug unlettered in tho wind,
nnd HinmnKwith the full compass
of Uor clenr voice with that etultnnt,
masterful feeling of eiithiMia.sm and
power that n rajiid rido usually pro
duces iu persons of a sanpiino tem
porntueiit: to climb the orchard
tree for the first ripe fruit, to gain
the highest brandies of the forest
b'iauts for a sly peep into tho hair
hwiid ornulo of tho oriole, to dou
I her brother Joe's pants and thus no-
couterod swim the mill pond, often
, U'lituring perilously near tho swift,
mill race with Kirlish confidence iu
her own strength and prowess, and
a total ignorance of tho meaning of
I the term "fear." And these things
she did with the skill mid precision
I of mi athlete united to the grace
! and modesty of n womanhood as
' pure in thought and deed as tin-
1 sunned snow
I Nell, brimming our with vitality,
ami aglow with physical and menial
health, found it very dillicult to
sympathise with those wretched
mortals temporarily nllltcted with
i a malady for which there seems to
j bo no rational cause no certain
diagnosis -the "blues."
So Dora, whose moods wore as
changeable ns the "uncertain glory
.of an April day," received but little
sympathy (luring her occasional
' spells of melancholy from hor viva
cious sister, Imyond light badinage
or raillory that was "cruel only to
i... i.:...i r
Looking at thoo two sisters iu
l ho ruddy glow of tho lire light
one would have named Kliuor
with hor smiling face, and brow ttu
clouded with a single trace of care,
and hor slender supple figure -the
Dora sat grao mid thoughtful,
hor eyes yet humid with the mist of
a prescient sorrow that had darkled
its way into hor inner consciousness
nt the moment when she had dis
covered by some instantaneous pro
cess of psychologio divining that in
(G'onlbiuecf on 4th V'ejc.)