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VOL. VIII. NO. 1130.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894.
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ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
AJakea street, llonulalu, aforesAld.
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Daily Bulletin Publishing Company."
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ALL KMDS or BciLDIBtl MaTBSIAU.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. HAOKK1XD o CO.,
OSSSStL (0JMMin lui.rt
tJorner Fort aud tjueen UIinu, Huuolulu,
jno. a. smithies.
Anuria. aaa sbdObubbai. Hi'tieeu aubbt.
Mahukuoa, Kobala, Hawaii.
d Not sr Pnauo
No. 18 Kaahumanu HU, llouolulu.
Kufcal Jewelry a siieclalty
attentlun paid to all kinds
Campbell Block, Merchant Street,
HONOLULU IHOW WOKKS.
Htbam Rut. INS., Bouaa Milu, Boilbu.
UoobBsa. Ibok, Haass, akd Lbap
Marhluery of Brery Derlptlou Mnde to
Order. Particular attention paid to Uhlps'
BlaoksntlthluK. Job Work eieouUd at
E. A. JACOBSON,
Watciimakjch and .Fkwki.ku
603 Fort Btreet, Honolulu, H. 1.
P. O. Box 287. Mutual Tele. end.
DR. C. W. MOORE,
1400 Van Ness Are., 8. F., Ca).
Blegait Apartnients for Patiaats.
BLIOTBI0ITT IK MIBVOUS DISIABBS,
JBa?- Dt. Moore offers Invalids all ths
comforts of home, with constant and csre
f ul treatment. Refers to H. it. Macfarlane.
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYIOLDS,
Ornuit New Bate Be
Fort street, Mono
Plans, Specifications and Bupertntend
eaoe given for Every Description of Build
log. Old Buildings successfully Remod
elled And Enlarged. Designs for Interior
Decorations. Maps or Mechanical draw
ing. Tracing and Blue Printing, Drawings
for Book or Newspaper Ulustratlou.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
fly 81M0S1 yjl
Wholesale and tail Botchers
v - AND -
G, J, Wai.lku, i ; Manager.
WM. 6. IRWIN & GO.
OFFER FOB BALB
ALII. ClOM A (OH!
Cele-bnted High Grade Cane, laoons.
We are ito prepared to take orders for
Unr. . Ozilanat Oo.'h
Insuring prompt doll vary
AT This It superior Paint OH, con
taming ten pigment ibAn Linseed Oil, and
siring a lasting brilliancy to colore.
Used with drier It glrei splendid Boor
Falrbaak Caaalaa GVs Ceraatf Boat
ImIi Patau Stun Plpi Courioi
Jat sees' DUaort, BbsmqI Ew
taatUfraUi Keprcially deelgned tor Vacuum I'aus.
Wm. 6. Irwin & Go.
Wm. O. trwtn, .
Theo. 0. Porter
President and Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
soBNTn or THA
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FBANOIBOO, OAL
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
At Smith's Bus and LrvKitY
Stablks, Bjno Sthkkt,
lAdJolnlng MetropoliUn Meat Market.1
Is the Cheapest Place In Town you can
get Busses, Wagonettes, Bungles ami
addle Horses. It will pay yon to call
and see before you try elsewhere.
Beg to Inform the public that they
hare opened a
Branch Store at Mo. 322 RanaDO Street,
Where they carry a complete Hue of
HKIIKOOM BETB, CHAIRS,
BTANDB, Etc., Etc., Etc.
PanUtare Repaired tad Oeneral Jobbing
I BMMUbU tUtet.
VTNG FAT CI1AN,
lt)7-3m . 322 Nuuanu Street.
Bill Tax. 381. Mutual Tkl. 607.
P. O. BOX 321.
I2M & 130 FORT BTRKKT.
Bltckimithino IN tiMiiw.
dlaife JJLW "
Orders from tho other Islands in
Baiillug, Trtandng, Painting, Etc., Rto.,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. W RIGHT, I'iiop.
(Buovessor to O, West.)
Barttortf Pin tanraice Co.,
Loaaoa Laacasaire Fire Is. Co.,
Taaac aai ersey aUriae Us. Co.,
Nov York Lite Us. Ce.,
G. 0. BERGER,
Geaeral Aseat for Hawallaa Waaaa.
1 1 USTACE & CO.
sn studs In Any quantity from
bag to a ton
Ktutu our be to any quantity
lengths and Bawetl or Bplll
i bag to any quantity; aliui
WHITE & BLACK SAND
U Uefcarii Stmts.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE
X pared to make all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Brouse, Zinc, Tin aud Lead Cast
lugs. Also a General Repair Bbop for
Btoam Engines. Rice Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
fur tut Cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oils.
Beans, Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Leaves and
other Fibrous Plants and Paper Block.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
tne oianioo, Arrow uoot, etc.
tmy All orders promptly Attended U
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
HOP HING & C( ).,
02 HOTEL BTREET,
Wholesale Dealers In
Llprs aoi Manila Cigars
QtBtral Cbinesc H trchandlse
Nut Oils, Rice, Matting,
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Eta
Eaglisb and Aaerican Grocerie
By Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TKl.Kl'HONK 117.
WILL ATTEND TO -
NauodODieQi and Sale of Property
Collecting In All Its Brioches.
OrriuBt No, 12 Merchant Btreet.
UVTWAL TJEX.SHP3EOXTJB 380,
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go.
Pat T0I0HAMA sjU H0NQKONO.
Bteameri of the abore Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the abore
ports on or about the following dates t
Bttnr "OCEANIC" October 2, IBM
Btrut "CHINA" NoTcniber 12, 1HM
Btmr "OCKANIO". .U-cember U 18!M
Btmr "CHINA". .. .January 21, 1896
Btmr "OCKANIO". February 1, lKtt
Btmr "CHINA" ApHl 2. IK
Bteamen of the abure Companies will
call at Honolulu on their wAy from Hong
kong and Yokobsmd to the above port nn
ina xoiooamn vo tne
ut the following dates
Btmr "CITY OF PKKINQ"-
Btmr "OCEANIC" .Norember 19 1KM
Btmr "CHINA" December 81 1M94
Btmr "OAKLIC" February 10, 18U3
Btmr "PKHU" March 29, 1K95
Btmr "OAKLIC" April 28 1893
IITIS OP PISSAOE All 18 FOLLOWS:
0B0. 1)76 00
Cabin, round trip t
Cabin, round trip IK
. sW Passengers paying full (are will be
allowed 10 percent oil return fare If return
ing within twelve months
For Freight and Passage apply U
H. HACKFELD k CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Aosinliao Mail Service.
The New And Fine Al Bteel Btraiimhii.
Of the Oceanic Hleamsiup ContMiuy wtll
be due At Hotiolul't from Bydney and Annk
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Malls aud Passeugersonorabout that date.
For Sydney aod Ancklaai:
The New and Fine Al Bteel Bteinsblp
" MARIPOSA "
Of the OreHtilo Hleauisulp Company wtll
be due at Honolulu, froiu Hsu Francisco,
on or sIniuI
Auo will have prompt despatch wttb
Ualla and Passengers for the above porta.
Tne undersigned are now prepared to Issue
rUBOUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES
$W For further particular reKantlim
Fmiglit or Passage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN CO., Ltd.,
1 i Otaaral Apita.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Bent. 8. .,
Nor. 3. .. .
for S. F.
.. ..Oct. 13
From Bau Frauniscn
MONOWAIOct. 23 I
From Bydney foi
MONOWAI, SepL 20
The Best Lunch in Town.
at all uouaa
TtiV. KINKST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON tlAHD
H. J NOLTE, Prop.
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Uor, Allan k Purl SU., Bonoluln.
10S6 tl Agulll).
steamers of tne above Line, running In connection wltti th
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, U. (!., and Byduey,
A.RE3 DTTB3 A.T
On or nlMut the dates
From Bydney and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B O.t
Btinr"WAKKIMOO" November 1
Btmr "AHA WA" December 1
TkroagD Tickets Urawl rrosj Boielnla
rssiOHt add passihusb AiisnTSi i
O. McNICOLL, Montreal, Canada.
ROBERT KKRR. Wlnnlpt-i:, Cnnada
M. M. BTKRN, Han Krauclico. C'al.
O. M-U BROWN. Vanconvrr. B. O.
You never know the correct measure of a cord
of wood ! I ncll onu ton (iJOOO lbs.) honest weight,
machine cut, in blocks of 12iu. long for $10, or u
half ton (1000 lbs ) for 5; but if you prefer the
old way you may as well have a cord aleo for $10
delivered free to any house in the city
Otia.Tooa.1 40 Oents a. Bag.
MUTUAL TKL. JU.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
W. O. Wiluss, Pres. b. It. ttoes, Hee.
Uarr. J. A. Kihu, Port Bupt
Stmr. KIN AD,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. ., toucbtiigat
Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and Makeua the
same day; Mahukoua, Kitwalhse and 1au
pahoehoe the following dny. srrlvinn al
HUii at mldulght.
Friday BepU 14
Friday OcU 0
. Nor. in
. . . Nov. 27
Returning leares Hllo, Uiuchlng at Lau
ahoehoe same day; Kawalhae a. m.; Ma
hukoua 10 a. m. : Makeua U.s,; Maalaea
Bay tlr. St.; Lahaina K r. u. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu t( a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVEU AT HONOLULU.
Baturday . .
. BupL 12
IV No Freight will Im rmwlved after
12 noon on day of salllnii
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesdav al b
r. h., touching at Kahulul, Huelo, H
namoa anu rupanuiu,
Retnrnine will arrive ut Honolulu every
gW No Freight will be renelved alter
4 r. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at tlie landings to
receive tneir Freight,
heir Freight, as e wilt not hold
after uoh Freight
has been landed.
While the Company will use due dili
gence In handling Live Block, wo decline
to assume any responsibility In case of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be resnouslble for
Money or Jewelry unless placed In the care
of Pursers. '
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
87 King St. Motoal Tel. 662
llsggage Chirked from Hotels and Itesl.
deuces dip'ul to ilustiimtlou. No
Itculieckltig at steamers,
lisggsge always put III Unite Room
J. U. MILLS,
N. B. W.. and calling at Victoria, U,
below stated, vis.!
From Victoria and Vancouver, B O.,
for Suva and Bydney:
Btnir "AKAWA" OctolwrVI
to Cuuii, ObIUI StalM aai Eirop.
ttf For Freight And PASSAge And All
Uenerel Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
AfenUfor the Hawaiian Itlandt.
IE0AN VAFOH s PACIFIC 0A3
Engines d Launches
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Thoy cannot bo surpiiusotl
for motive power.
BEND KOll CATALOG UK
IUXt-tf Bole Agent, Nuuanu street.
California Fruit Market,
Corner King A Alakea Bts.
11 y livery Bteamer from San Frati
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Drawing and Painting.
0. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Painting taught by the lat
est Euroean methods. Classes every Wed
nesday and Baturday forenoon from H a. m.
to 12 noon.
Lessons for Private PiipIIs In soe-
cial Hues of work also given.
Ufc. The Studio will be open to vialtors
erery Friday afternoon.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bts.
- 80TB TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages Ac Civil Drivarx
To be had At All hours.
j. s. anBradk,
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Estimates given on all kinds of
HTONE, CONCRETE A PLABTER WORK
fjSJA, COKOBBTA A SrEl'IALTT -
JOHN F. BOWLER.
6. E. DOARDMAN,
HOI.R AOENT FOR
Atlas Atsnrance Go.
AlHKTfi, . . . 110,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT A SONS,
Agent for Uuwallun Islands.
Pledged to neither Sect nvr forty,
But Ettablithrd for the Benefit of All,
FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 1894.
TOO MTJOH OF A HUBBY.
What a sweat the promoters of an
oluctric railway franchise are int
They canuot wait two or three
months for the regular Legislature,
but are besieging the Councils to
pass the legislation for them. There
is something suspicious-looking
about this unseemly haste. Are the
projectors counting on getting an
unduly favorable charter hurried
through tho Councils, where noth
ing gets as good a sifting as a mea
sure would in the Legislature, with
its two houses numbering more
than tho Councils. The talk about
the ignorance or iudllTornuce of
couutry members regarding Ho
nolulu's interests is nonscuso. I'&at
oxporieuce does not justify fears on
this score. The country will soud
some as good heads to the Legisla
ture as will the city, aud they will
deal with llouolulu measures, with
out presumption aud without pre
judice, on their merits. Ouo of the
greatest reasons for having the Coun
cils leave the mattor alono is that it
has not been fully discussed in the
community. Unless more argumunt
be produced than has thus far been,
to show that an electric road would
bo profitable, it will bo promotive of
a possible swindle on foreign capi
talists to grant n charter at all.
There is also room for strong doubt
that it would lie wise to havo olectric
motors on our streets until this
modoof locomotion has been further
perfected and freed from disadvan
tages aud dangers which as yet keep
it far from being an ttudisguisud
blessing. The President aud Cabi
nut will do well to preserve their ap
parent reluctance to have the Coun
cils instead of tho Legislature deal
with tho maltur. Petitions to move
them from this attitude oro got up
by the interested speculators aud
should be accorded no weight.
LATE FOHEION NEWS.
Tin: 01101.1:11 a in mioi'i:.
A tlinpatcli to tho London Nona
from Huehftro.it 8ys uholurn is rapid
ly nprondini; In IJussnrnbia. The
annltnrr council doinnndn that tho
wholo lino nloiiL' tho I'ruth bo cor
douod by tho militia.
A diapatch to tho Timon from
Vicuna snjra for tho week ondini?
Saturday thoro wuro HOuowcasos
of cholera ami 7'J doaths from tho
disoaso in Gnlicin. In Uukowiua
thuro wuro HI now casus aud 15
doatlm wuro reported.
IIU.NAUAV KLMTIIIl' Ctlt.
Oiiasui:, N. ,1.. Auj?. 'ill. An acci
dent occurred this nfleruoou on the
electric lino of the Suburban Trae
tiou Company near Kaule, a well-
known pleasure resort, by wlncu a
number of pursouB were injured.
Thosn hurt are: Johuny Lloyd, 4
yearn old, riht arm tnkou off at tho
elbow; Mm. Frank Duri, arm broken;
Mrs. John Lloyd, badly cut, bruised
and legs sprained; Mrs. Marffarot
Hallahau, buveroly bruised about
chest; Mm. Michael Fiimecau, se
verely cut; William Floyd, badly
cut and bruised.
Eagle Itock is at tho top of Orange
Mountain. It is approached by a
road two miles long with a loug and
continuous grade. In some parts
the grade is almost sixty loot to tho
mile. Thin aftoruoou about tun
minutes to f o'clock car S, filled to
the doors with men aud women,
many of the former hanging to the
platforms, was going down tho
grade, when the motormau fouud
the brake would uot work. The car
rapidly gained momentum, and was
soon dashing along at a very rapid
ratu of speed.
Tho passengers were not loug
finding out tiitit soiuuthiug was
wrong, aud the women aud children
began to scream, iieloro any one
had time to jump the front whoels
of tho forward truck struck a bond
in the road. The car was going too
fast for the wheels to follow tho
track, and it leaped from the rails,
turning completely over.
seugers were piled in n heap. The
broken glass of the wiudows and
doors caused many injuries.
A UIIKVT C Al ASTUOi'lU:.
St. Lot 1.1, Aug 2t. A special cable
gram to tho Globe-Democrat from
St. Petersburg says: A wind of death
that words cannot describe was tho
wind that swept across tho sea of
Azof yostonlai It is impossible for
days yet to compute the damage
doun, but it is almost certain that
UKK) have perished, some by drown
ing, others by being crushed under
Tho excitement Is great among
the American colony in this city, for
it is feared that at least two parties
of American tourists were 011 tho
Sea of Azof at thu time the wiud did
its deathly work,
All the afturuoou there has been a
string of callers at thu American
Continwd on jth lig.)