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HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1894.
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VOL. VIII. NO. 1089.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides ou
aiaaea street, nonoiuiu, arorcsaia.
Addrcii letters for the paper "Editor
OuLtmir," and business letters " Manager
Dally BulleUn Publlihlng Company."
Unug a personal addrata may cauae delay
Fatraaak Coalii Css Cent Basf
Occidtnul ud OrlcittJ S, S, Co.
iiuruaruu amd DiALia ia Lotuaa amp
kx.l kinm or Bdildima IIatbbiami.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. HAOUntLO 00.,
) l OovNIMIna A"ST.
Wner Fort aud quseu Streets, Huuolulu.
no. a. sbutuxb.
U'TI I UllltAI tSCMasjM tKWt,
Mahukona, Kobala, Hawaii.
Compounds, Rooflng & Papers,
iMa"! Ptleit SKID Plpi CovorlBR
Jarsoss' Diamoaa!, Ejuanl a Ever
Kspevtally designed for Vauuuiu t'au.
or all sttlm;
Carpets, Rngs and lats
In the Latest Patterns;
" HOUSEHOLD "
AND 8EWIHQ MACHNIB,
All with tha Latest Improvement
ALM OH RAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars,
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
King Street, oppo. Castle A Oooke.
Pr TOIOHAMA ail tONUORO.
Steamers of tha aboye Oompaniei will
call at Honolulu on their way to the abore
ports on or about tha following dates i
8tmr "CHINA" Septembers, 1804
Btmr "OOBANIU" .October 3, 1891
8tnir"l!HINA" Norember 12, 18M
Btmr "OCEANIC".. .December 11, 18!M
Btmr "CHINA" January 21, 18!
8tmr"UCBANlC" February 19, 1
Hlmr"CHINA" April 2. IN96
rer 8AM F1ANC18C0.
Hteauiers of the abore Oompatiles will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the abore port on
or about the following datest
8ttur"BBLQIC".... August21, USH
Btmr "CITY OF PUKING.
October 9, 18W
Stnir "O0KAN10" .Norember 19 1KM
Btmr "CHINA" December 31, 1894
Btmr "OAK1.HI" ... February 10, 1M
8tmr "FKHU" March SW, 1M
Htmr"OAKLIC" April 28, 1890
Canadian-Australi?n Steamship Line
BEING A COWBOY.
Maamers of tha abore Line, running In connection with th
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Betwean Vanconrer, B.
., and Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria. B. C,
Honolulu and Bnva FIJI,
AJR.H3 DXJH3 A.T HONOLTTLU
On or about the dates below stated, rici
rrocB Bydaay aad Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver. B. O.t
Btmr "ABA WA"
Btmr'VARAWA". . ,
. ..Beptemhor I
. . ..October 2
From Victoria and Vancouver,
for Suva and Sydney t
. ...July 24
, . Ansuit2l
Thmik Ttekati taaiad trea Booelala (a Oamtta, Oiltal BtatM ail Cvreaa.
rasiBBT amp rsns audits i
I). MrNICOLL, Montreal, Canada,
It in Na
tter Frelaht and Patsace anil all
Ueneral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies to, Co., L'd,
Aimltfar IK HnteaiUtn Tilandi.
1ITIS OF PiSSaGI III 18 FOLLOWS:
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip 13
Passenaera iiavltir full titm will ha
allowed 10 percent otl re tutu fare if return
lug within twrlvn month
ArrnMBT-AT-I.A nn Nirr fusLic.
No. IS Kaahumanu Hi., Honolulu.
mikiii Jewe rr
attention paid to
all kluds of i
Mnlnerny Blook, Fort Street.
i. I. WILLIAMS.
TH Oil Cill-clloi r lilul Tim.
Hartioral rirs Lssaruios Cs..
LostlaB A Uscassire Fire la. Co.,
Thansa as. sney aUriae la. Co.,
Nsw Turk Life las. Co.,
C. 0. BER6ER,
Qeasrsl Aat lor Ha wall aa lalaaaa.
All kinds In any quantity fnm
bag to a ton.
Kroin our hn to any (t.iAiit.ty
In 4-ft. lengths and Sawed or Split
from a bag to any quantity : also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
stsT For KreiKbl and l'aaar apply u
H. BACKFELD k CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
HONOLULU SOAP HOUSE
MODERN TIMES PRICES!
17 Bara of the HKST QUALITY of SOAP, 11.25;
lu Caaei or lOOIbs., Honcut WoiKht, .50;
SOFT SOAl', In Tina of 42t.. fl.!.
TllIl'LE I'UKSdKl) BTKAK1C MINING CANHLKH, Manufactured by tliti Km-ry
Candlo Works of Cincinnati, at lA Cants tx-r Pound.
N. Y. UAHIT8 1MI1,VKKIZKI WAHIUNU HU1IA wlilrh l)li.olrn In Cold Wator.
.1 Cents a Pound.
KITCHUN SALT, IUUD. Bags, SO IVntn. TABI.K SALT, Ulren Avrny.
XCleL-w-3 Flre'wooci, 310 OO per Oord.
CHARCOAL, tO CKNTH l'KIt JIAO, DollverM Froe to Any Part of the City.
HOP BHSB3R, 1DH3FOT :
ONE DOZEN QUAKT BOTTLES.
ONE DOZEN PINT BOTTLtS,
Thia ia All for To-day t
Australian Hall Struct
MUTUAL TKU MM.
Known a tlm Soft Soap Man,
Wilder's Steamship Co.
HONOLULU IBON WORKS,
UrAK KaniNst, Hvoab Mima, boitsan,
tXtObaaa. laoa, Baiss, amh Lbad
Machinery of Krery DH!rlptiou Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blacksmlthlng. Job Work eieouunl at
Wiu. O. Irwiu
Theo. C. Ptirter
Presldeut aud Manager
Hecretary and Treasurer
Batwaaa AUkaa tad BJcaarca Straata.
'PHK UNUKRSIONBO ARB 1'HB-J-
Prl to make all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Bronte, Zlno, Tin and Lead Cast
ings. Also a Ueneral Repair Shop for
Steam Knglnes, Rice Mills. Corn Mills.
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc Machines
or in uieaning or uoUee. castor
New and Fine Al Steal Bteainaiiii.
Of the Oceania Steamship IVjiuii) will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney ami Auck
land ou or about
Aud will leave for tha above port with
Malls aud Passengers on or about thai date.
a nr (VlfA fa.... 111.
Beans. Ramie. Hinal. PlnMtmU !.. n.i
other Fibrous Plants and Paier Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Mauloo, Arrow Root, etc.
TaV All orders promptly attemlwl u.
WHITE, RITMAN 4 CO.
E. A. JACOBSON,
WaTOIIMAKEK AND JkWKI.KK
UU Fort fltrtet, Honolulu, H. 1.
P. O. Box 287. Mutual Tele. 4.
DR. O. W. MOOUE,
1400 Van Nets Aye., 8. F Oal.
Blegut ApartBieaU for PaUaata.
BLBOTBICITT IN MBBVOCS DISCASBS.
SaB- Dr. Moore offers Invalids all the
comforts of home, with constant and care-
mi ireaiuieub Jteiers to n, k. Mactariane.
- oibbit mroBTaa or
Sn tA Kuhnmtnn streot.
Cement Sidewalks 8c Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kstlniatea given on all kinds of
STONU.CONURBTB A PLASTKR WORK
CBa t'urii'iBTB a sraiiALTT "SI
JOHN F. BOWLER
& B. RIPLEY ft ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
ir net i New Safe Ueiwilt Building.
Fiirt street, Honolulu, H. I,
Corn mission Agent
- AOtVTH OS TUB -
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF HAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
The Best Luncb is Town.
Tea and OofTtoe
4T ALL HODBA
For Syliey aad AackLuul:
riif New and Fine Al Steel tJteamhi
Of tbe Oueaulo Steamship Compauj will
be dne at Honolulu, from San Franuiimn,
on or about
And will hare prompt iIcsmuiIi with
Mall aud Passengers for tba above aorta.
The utidemlgued are now prepared to Issue
THIOUGH TICKETS TO ILL POINTS
IN TBI UNITED STATUS
U. Wuuaa, Pre. b. B. Roa rvc.
Oait. J. A. fcUau, Port bupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 'I r. h.. loucliiug at
Labalua, Maalaea Bay aud Makeua the
same day; Mahukona, Bawalliae and Lau
paboeboe the followlug day arriving at
Hilo at tuldnlgau
HOP H1NG fcCO.,
MM HOTKL STRKKT.
Wholesale Dralers In
Liprs anil Manila Cipro
He tviu a cultured Boslonlao, ao
ho said, but with his long, fair curly
hair aud solf-ovident verdancy hu
was mistaken by some for a dude,
says the Chadron Citizen. He' had
come all the way from Boston to bo
a wild and woolly cowboy like you
Three weeks or a month ago Mr.
Little of Boston thus announced
himsolf in tho Hotel Chadron. The
boys sized him up at once and caught
on, aud Conductor Davis took him
in charge. Davis is an old cow
puncher himsolf and so took a friend
ly interest in the boaneator. He
helped him buy his outfit at Good's.
For three days tho streets of Chad
rou wero paraded by a long-haired,
whito'hattvd, slicker-covered youth,
who then loft for the "ranito" to
scok employment from somo of the
numerous rauches just beyond tho
ilo came back three or four days
ago, but he had to identify himself.
Ilia head was nearly smooth shaveu;
big dilapidated brogaus covered his
feet; tattered overalls and a dirty
old slouch hat wore almost the only
other articles of attire. To the
sympathetic Davis ho told his sor
rows. He rode the range to some
where described as thirty miles from
a railroad. His horse played out
and he sold him for $10. Then some
cowboys at a ranch took him in antl
initiated him into some eighteeu de
grees of the cowboy mystories, but
when ho tried to pick up ids hat
from the ground whilo riding at full
speod he was too heavy for tho horse
aud pulled it over on him. Aud they
kept him poundiug over tho range
on hard-riding horses until ho waa
so lame aud stiff thai ho could bare
ly move. They got him up nearly
every uight to help round up no mo
unruly cattle, and his horse would
gut away from him in the dark and
loavo him to walk back to the ranch
through several miles of hills aud
gulches, under the guidance of some
friendly cowboy on horseback. He
filially traded his clothes for what
he then had on, provided thoy would
drive him to the railroad, thirty
miles away. He had never beeu
used to au) thing harder thau m soft
cushioned car seat, ao he apcci&od
driving iu this last contract, aud aa
soon aa he could get to a telegraph
station ho sent to hia mother in Boa
ton for money to get home on.
"I dou't liko this country. Boston
ia good enough for me," said Little,
af he took the train for homo. Hu
will have a great tale to tell, and ao
have tho sympathetic friends who
made hia acquaiutauce. It'a very
entorl aiuing, but too loug to publish
General Chinese Merchandise
For further nartleulart rmranliiut
Freight or Passage apply to
Wat 0. IRWIN CO., LtA,
t-Mi Oaaaral Aiaata.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Tueday . .
rUK FINEST BKANDN OK
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND
P. C. Joues. ..
O. H. Robertson.
R. F. Bishop. .
C. M. Cooke ..
C L. Carter
Secretary A Treasurer
Plans, Spacloeatlons and Superintend,
enoa given for Krery Description of Build
ing. Old Buildings successfully Remod
elled and Knlarged. Designs for Interior
UaaoraUons. Mapa or Meahaulral Draw
iBi.Traeing and Slut PrlaUag, Drawings
for Bong of Mtwsaapei lllustettla
City Oakkiage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Hta.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriagos 6c Civil Drivers
To lie had at all hours.
.1. S. ANDItADK,
low If Mnnager,
Atlas Assurance Go.
II. W. SClIMiT)T & SONS,
Agents lor Hawaiian Islsudi.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Seaside && Resort
Waikiki. : Honolulu.
Octubei t7, IS03.
IJ unuune Aaxtt nicA old-fmhUmtd things
u Iwely tctntry, ifuitl, pur air, cltar ita
wattr, good ftnxi and heavenly tuiutU hung
out leore hU tyct eiery evening uver the Pact
lie and the dutnnt hille of Wautnae, I tecum
inend him eunlially to the "Him tintei."
ItnilKItT LOUIS HTKYKKSUN.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from H. F.
Hepi. tf. .
Nov. 3. .
Dec. 1 .
for B. F.
.. .Sept. m
.. . July.it
Returning leaves HUo, Uiuchlug at l.au
pahoehoe same day; Kawaihae a. m.; Ma
hukona IU a. m.: Makena ir. m.; Maalaea
Bay 0 r. .', Lahalna r. at. the following
day; arriving at Honoluln i a. h. Wednes
days aud Saturdays.
ARRIVKH AT HONOLULU
Wednesday Aug. t
Saturday Aug. 11
Wednesday Aug. tl
Saturday Sept. 1
Wednesday Sept. U
Saturday Sept. !
Wednesday Oct. 3
Saturday Oct. 13
Wednesday Oct. at
Saturday Nov. 3
Wednesday . Nov. 14
Saturday Nov J4
Weduesday Deo. 6
Saturday Due. 15
Wednesday Dec. Al
Oils, Rice. Matting,
Uliiueito Bins, Kir., nut., rue.
English Mi Americas Grooeriea
By Kvery l Steamer
MUTUAL TKf.KI'HMNK 147 MHA-H
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
a King Si luiul Til. Ml.
Baggage Checked from Hotels and Rest
deuces dlrvcl to denttnatlon. No
Rechecklng at steamers.
Itaggage always put lu State Rooms.
Hnini ban FraucUnu
MONOWAI, Aug. J
MONOWAI Oct. -a
Krum Sydney for
A LAMBDA, July !9i
MONOWAI, Sept. 'A)
No Frelaht will he
IV noou on day of sailing
BEGAN VAPOR c PACIFIC GAS
lm (I Launches !
THE BEST IN TBE MAKKET.
Stmr. CLAUDINE, ,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesda) at 6
r. at., tououluu at Kanuiul, ttuelo, Hu
Hamoa and hJ
CSf No Freight will
I r. a. on nay of sailing.
I3 They cuiinot be riuriiiHstd
for motive power.
aar-SKND ton cataukiiik
arrive at Honolulu every
Im fwiwi atur
T. A. SIBP80M,
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
i KING ST
Wholesale aud Retail Butchers
- AND -
Puallc, Oellactor aa
U I WftlUt
nuli-HKeut for Several of the Best FIKK
IN8URANCK COM PAN IKS.
Pataataa of Leaa'a Chemical OeaBataa lar
ClarUyiaB Oana Jaloi.
Miitunl Telephoiw H. . P. O. IWji 3:tt.
MerrliHlil Street. Honolulu.
Ring Up Botb Telephones 122
Hland at Holllngfr's Shoeing Shop,
Queen street, near Fori,
wva-tf JAMKS POLLOCK.
the laudltigs to
nee muni be at
heir Freluht. as we will not
ourselves responsible after turli Freight
has been landed.
While tbe Company will use due dill-
gence In handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any re.toiitlbllity In tmt- of the
loss of same.
The tkimpany will not be renpouslble for
Mouey or Jewelry unleux place.) In the care
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Painting taugh(.by ihw 1st
est Kuropran methods. Clathe. every Wed
nesday and rtatunlay foremiou from R a. m.
to It uoou.
V I'mjus for Private Pupils In -clal
liuss ol work also given.
VaV The Studio will Im open Ui visitors
avsry Friday afwrnoou tOStt U
ItXU-tf Sole Agent, Nuuanu stret,
California Fruit Market,
Comer King A Alakea HU
By Kvery Steamer from Han Fran
Fresh Fruit, OystorB,
Km. Kte., F.tc, Ktc,
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
How Grant Bocamo a Butoker.
"Mv fatbnr." aaid Colonel Oraut,
"tried to runoku whilo at Woat Poiut,
but only bocauso it wan OL'fiiunt tbu
rogulnlioun, nud thuu lio didn't auu
cowl virj woll at it. Ho roally got
tho habit from auiokiufr 11,,'iit ciara
aud ciRaruttcs during tbu Moxican
War, but it wasn't & Ozod habit.
Wlxin ho loft tho army aud lived iu
tbo country bo aiuokod a pipo uot
iacosnaDlly. 1 don't thiuk that bo
was vory fond of tobacco thuu, and
really there wan always a popular
misconceptiou of tho amount of bia
smoking. But he went ou aa a light
amoker, a casual smoker, until tun
day of the fall of Fort Uonelsou.
Then the gunboats having Ikhju
worsted somewhat aud Admiral
Foote having boeu wounded, ho auut
ashore for my father to come and
see him. Father went aboard, aud
the admiral, aa is customary, had bis
cigars passed. My father took one,
aud was smokiug it wheu ho weut
ashore. There lie was met by a
staff officer, who told him that there
was a sortie aud tho right wing had
beeu struck autl smashed iu. Thou
my father started for tho eceue of
operations. He let his cigar go out,
naturally, but held it between his
fingers. He rode hither aud you.
giving orders aud directions, still
with the cigar etuiup iu bis hand.
The result of his exertious was that
Fort Donelson fell after he sent his
message of 'Uucoudilional surren
der,' and 'I propose to move imme
diately upou your works.' With tho
message was sent all over the couu
try tbu news that Grant was smok
ing throughout the battle, wheu hu
ouly had carried this stump from
Foote's flagship. But the cigars bo
gau to uomu iu from all over the
IJuion. He had 11,000 cigars ou
baud in a very short time. He gave
away all hu could( but he waa so
surrounded with cigars that he got
to smokiug them regularly. But he
ueur smoked as much as hu seemed
to smoke, He would light a cigar
after breakfast aud let it go out, aud
tueu light it again, and tueu again
let it go out and light it; so that
the one cigar would lust until lunch
time." Intrrvl'te with Cohmrl ted.
P. thuiit in McClure't Muymint,
Oar. Allta A Port Its.,
A horse kicked II, S. Shaofor, of
the Frcuiuyor House, Middleburg,
N. Y., on the knee, whiuh laid bitu
up iu bed ami caused the kuee joiut
to become l iff. A friend recom
mended him to use Chamberlain's
L'aiu Balm, which he did, and iu two
days was able to be around, Mr.
Shaefcr has recommended it to
many others and says it is excellent
for any kind of a bruise or sprain.
This same remedy is also famous for
ita cures of rheumatism. For aale
by all dealera, Benson, Smith Si
Co., Agents for tba Hawaiian Isl
ands. jut ifrVai- - ,