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VOL. VIII. NO. 1131.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, Stil'TEMlSER 8, 1804.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
WH. G. IRWIN 4 GO.
Pacific Mail S.S. GO. Canadian-Australia Steamship Line
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
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Tub Daily Buurnii la printed anil putt
llshed by the Dally Bulletin Publishing
Company, Limited, at It otflce, Mer
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Isl
and. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakea street. Honolulu, aforesaid.
Address letters for the paper 'Kdltoi
IIULLKTiN," and business letter " Manager
Uullctln Publishing Companr."
. nenioual address tnav cause dalav
LKWEOS A O0OKK.
linroKTSw avd Uialiu la Lcsiuafc amp
ALL KINIlt OF UUILDIHH MATBalALA.
Kort Btreet. Honolulu.
K. UAOKyXU) A CO..
HaaakAL OaMvinam Ai.n
Corner Fort and Queen btreeM, Muiiolulu,
JNO. 8. SMITHIES.
AlxiTloaats aoOiNai. Itttsiaua Amui.
Mahukuiui, Kohala, Hawaii.
ATTOaxaT-AT'l.AW AHIl NirtT I't'MLIO
No. IS Kaahniuann Bt., Honolulu.
HMelry a mwrimIIv
4ttention paid to all kilitlt of t"mirs
Cmnpbcll Block. Merchant Street.
HONOLULU UION WOHKB,
tiTKAM Kh.tlM., UOOAII Mll.LB. BoiLMSt,
00.ILB.IN, IHOK, JlBAUk, AMP I.B4P
Vtavliluery of Every DrMsrlpllon Mudb to
Order. 1'anicnlar Atumtion paid to hntpV
BU;ksinlUlliiK. Job Work oie:ul at
K. A. J A GODSON.
WATUHMAJirtlt AiJJJ JKWKI.UK
am Fort Btreet, Houolulu, H. 1.
i'. O. Box BH7. Mutual Tele. 1V).
DR. 0. W. MOORE,
H00 Van Nesa Ave., B. F Cm).
Elegant Apartments for Patients.
RLrHTBIOITV IH NRRVOITB DIBfAMFJI.
Dr. Moore oilers invalids all the
comrortHor home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Itefers to H. It. Mucfurlaim.
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Orrii'i: New Bafx Deposit Uaildlnu,
Fort street, Honolulu, H, 1
Flans, Bpeniflcatlons and Bupertnteud
tuce given for Cvery Description of Balld
lne. Old Buildings sncnessfully ltcmod
el led aud Enlarged. Duslguu for Interior
Decorations. Mart or Mechanical I'ruw
ing, Traolni! and Blue I'rlnlliiK Drawings
for Book or Nuwspapar lllimtratlon,
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
81 KING ST
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
0. J, Walleu, i i MaiiKor.
OFFBB FOB. 8ALB
VK UTILIZE KS
tt.lt. OSOSS A ROIIt
CelflbnttH) Htgb Grade Cane iinom
We ere also prepared to late order for
UuHHrn N Ohlnadl Oo.'i
Insuring prompt delivers
PaLrbaaktiauJng Co.'i Come Bonf
"RAfrlNl TAtHT I 01
Ixidi fttent Steam Plpr Conrltu
JjurbiMM Oiasuid, Enaml Bwor
Knpvclally designed fur Vacuum Hnu.
Wm. O. Irwin .
W. M. (Siliard.
Theo. O. Porter
Preildiul and Manager
. . . Vlrv'i'resldent
BenreUry and Treasurer
Com mi ski on Akhiub
OKrtTK U TUB
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK HAN FKANCIBCO. OAU
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Lnaus
IIOBNBUAL PUBLIC I
At Smith's Bus and Livkiiy
Stables, Kinu Stiikkt,
Adjoining Metropolitan Meat Market,
Is the Cheapest I'lace In Town you can
get Busses, Wagonettes, BuggieH and
Bnddla Horses. It will pay you to call
and ten before you try eUcwhere.
VING FAT CHAN
Beg to Inform the public that they
have opened a
Branch Store at No. 322 NuaanQ Street,
Where they carry a complete linn of
BKDKOOM BKTH, CHAIilB,
BTAND8, Etc., Etc., Ku:.
Fnrnimra Repaired and General Jobbing
al Reasonable Rata.
VINO FAT CHAN,
lUTiKIm 3'."J Nuuanu btreet.
Hell Tel. 881. Mutual Tel. 607.
P. 0. BOX 321.
M .V lJ FOHT HT11KKT.
Blacksmitliing ,N iknm.
Ordursfroiu the oilier Islands In
Oalldlng, Trimming, i'llnllnu. Etc, t:to
1'roiuptly Attunded lo.
W. Y. WKIOJIT, 1hoi.
(.Btiuessor to (1. West.)
far This I superior 1'slnt Oil. poo.
tmmlUK less pigment than Liti'eeri Oil, and
Klring a la-ting brilliancy to colon.
Used with drier It alves a anlftmlM tiixif
Birtlnrt Fire tuoraice Co.,
Loorion LincMhlre Fire lit. Co.,
Tbitnt asrl Mersey Marine taa. Co.,
Nnw Tnrl Me la. Co.,
G. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawallai lalaila.
H I JST ACE &(,').
u siuds In any quantity (rum
bag to a ton
from our bag to any uoaniM
in t'fu leiiglhi. and HmwhI or.Hplli
innii a ohk utany iuauiuy; anui
WlflTBA BLACK SAND
Barweao alakea and Rlofcards Streeta.
TUB UNDEKBIONED AUR i'HK.
L pared to make all klmU of Iron,
Brass, Bronte, Zinc, Tin aud Lead CasU
logs. Also a Qeneral llepalr Bhop for
Bteam Engines. Blue Mills, Com Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for tin Cleaning of CoUee, Castor Oils.
Beans, Kanile.Blual, Pineapple Leaves and
other Fibrous l'lnntu aud Paper Btock,
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Hoot, etc.
All orders promptly atunidxd u
WHITE, R1TMAN k CO.
HOP HING &CO.,
W2 HOTEL BTKEET,
Wholesale Dealers In
Lianors ami Manila Ciprs
General Chinese Merchandise
Niil Oils, Hire, Matting
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Ku
Kugllsu and Amorlcan GrocerhiB
By Every Coast Bteamer
MUTUAL TEl.lil'IIONE 117.
WILL ATTEND TO
HaoaRemooi and Sale ot I'ropnm
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Ornt'Bt No, 43 Merchant Btreet.
vfimrAL T3cx.sx:oxrx aao,
Occidental and'OrieDtal-S-S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA an H0NQKUN0.
Bteamcra of the adore Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
Btmr "OCEANIC" October 2, 18!)l
8tmr "OIIINA" November 12. 1K!I
Btmr "OCEANIC". ..December 11, 18
Btmr "OH IN A" .tnminry2l, INtt
Btmr "OCEANIC"... February 19, 1K
Bttnr"(JUlNA" April 2. IKtt
for BAN PRANCIBC0.
dtearuera of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama lo the above purt on
or about the followlnc dales t
Bttnr "CITY OK PEKING"
October 9, 1KH
Btmr "OOKANIO". .November ID, 1NM
Btmr "CHINA" December 31 18U1
Btmr"GAKLIC,,... February 10. lsitt
Blmr"FEKU" March '), 1MB
Htmr"OAELIO" April 2d. lt3
R&TiS OF PASSAGE ABB AS FOLLOWS:
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip 12
AT 1'asnenKeri nyliiM full tare ulll be
aiioweu iu percent on rciu
Ing within twelve mouths
10 percent oil return rare If rpirirn.
ra- For FretKhl and I'nssap 'HJ to
H. BACKFELD & CO..
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Hail Servict
For Sao Francisco.
I he New and Flue Al Bteel Ht..niii.ni
Of the Oceanic Bteamslilp (.Vmiiiii will
be due at Honolulu from oyilney and Auck
land on or about
1 September 20th.
And will leavn for the nltiive iiurl with
Malls and 1'assenRertotioralKiul that dale.
For Bydnojr and Auckland:
Thv New and Fine Al Stexl Utrauiohlp
" MARIPOSA "
Of the Oceania Ktennuhip (Aiiiiimny will
be due at Honolulu, from Hnn Francisco,
on or hIhiui
Aim will hare prompt desimtcli srlth
Malls and Paaseugtrs for the above K)rl.
The iiiideriogued are now prtpercd tolsniie
riiKOUGU TICKETS TU ALL POINTS
IN m UNITED STATES
gJ0" Vur further inrtlciilr reicardliik
reikhl or Paxtnge upply to
WM. G. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
I ' General Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F
for 8. F
Bept. 8 Bept. 1ft
Oct. 0 Oct. 13
Nov.3 Nov. IU
Deo. 1 Duo. H
From Han Fram-ixcx
From Bydney foi
MONOWAI, BepL a)
MONOWAI Oct. 2.ri
The Best Lunch in Town.
T ALL llOUHi
I'HK KINKST IMAM OF
Cigars and Tobacco
l,Wrtll, IIK IIAHI)
K J NOT-iTir!. Prop.
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, ld
(lor. Allen & Tort Rln.. flcmnlulu.
UOLI.lSTIi'.K .0 CO.,
t)iamers of ine above Line, running In connection with th.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., mid Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria. II. t
Honolulu and Brtva Fijl,
A-REJ DTJE3 -A.T HONOLULU
On or ellt the dales below stated, vli. t
From Syduoy aud Buvn. for Victoria
snd Vancouvor, B 0.:
Hlmr"VAKIUMOO" .. Nocmber I
Htlnr'AKAWA,, December 1
Through Tickets laaaad Irum Honololu
mtiiiRT anp pnniriiiKA tiiKfTS!
0. HcNICOLL, Montreal, Cnnnda.
KOBKKT KKlUt. Wlnulti;, (Vnnda
M. M. BTEKN. Ban FranrUro Cal.
O. Mi'U HKOWN. Van.onrer B. O.
You never know the correct ineiiHiue of a cord
of wood ! I nell one ton ('2000 lbs.) hom-st weight,
machine cut, in blocks of 12iu. long for $10, or
half ton (1000 11m.) for 5j but ir you prefer the
old way you inny :ih well have a cord mImi for SlO
delivered free to any hotiHc in the city
Oharooal 40 Cents a. Bag.
MUTUAL TKU HI.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
W.O. Wauaa, I'res. h It. Kos neu.
CArr. J. A. Kiao. Port Hupl
Will leave Houolulu at 1 1: u.. toui'iilug at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Makeua the
lameday; Mahiikoua, Kitwnilisc nnd Ijiu.
fahoehoe the folIowliiK day arrivlmr at
llln at luldnlgku
Friday Hepl. II
Tuesday bept. ffli
Friday Uct. 6
Tuesday Oct. lb
TuehUuy Nov. U
Friday Nov. HI
Tuesday Nov. U?
Friday Deo. 7
Iteturnlug leaves Hilo, touching at l.au-
1ahoehoe same day; Kawuilme a. m.; Ma
itikona 10 a. m.; Makeua 4 f. m.; Maalaea
Baytir. m.; Lahalna n r. u the following
day; arriving at Honolulu n a. u. Wednes
days and Baturdavs.
AUUIVKh AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday Sept. 12
Wednesday Oct. 3
Baturday Oct. 13
Wednesday Oct. 24
Baturday Nov. 3
Wednesday . . . . Nov. 14
Baturday Nov. 24
Wednesday Drc. 6
Saturday Deo. 16
Wednesday Dec. 2
W No Freight will be rrenved fUir
12 noon on day of sailiiiK
Will leave Houolulu every Tuesday at &
e. St., tuuchlng t KhIiiiIiii, Undo. liana,
ilamna and hinaliulu.
Itetuniilig will arrivttat Honolulu every
tW No Freight will be n-cived after
4 r. u. on day of sailing.
uousignees must rx at the landings to
receive their Freight, as wf will not hold
aftr mieh Freight
htN bevtl landed.
While the Coumanv will use dtir dill-
geure In handling Live Block, we decline
loaHsume nuy rospnuslhlllty In rase of the
foss of same.
The Company will not he responsible foi
Money or Jewelry unless placed In the rare
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO..
o? King St. Mutual Tel. 662.
Bnggnge Checked from Holds and HhnI.
deuces direct to dcdlmitlon. No
llcdicckllig at steamers.
llHggiicc nlwnys put in Hlutt- IIihiiiis
From Victoria and Vancouvor, B
for Buva and Sydney!
to Canada, United Btatet and Europe.
ATW For Freight and l'assage ami an
Oeneral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davles & Co., L'd.
Agtnttnr the tlntaUnn Mnndt.
IKQbN VAPOB 4 PACIFIC GAS
Engines (I Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARIET.
dr Tlioy cannot bo BurjnisPt'd
for mulivo powor.
OVHEND FOB OATA 1.0(1 U K -
lUTI-tl Bole Agent, Nuuanu street
California Fruit Market,
Corner King A Alakes Bin
By Bvt-ry Hteamer from Ban Fran
Presh Fruit, Oysters,
Klc. Etc., Etc., Etc.
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Painting taught by the lat
est Eurotx-an methods. Clanes every Wed
nesday aud Baturday forenoon from H a. u.
to 12 noon.
lessons for Private Hunt Is In bim
rial lines of work also given
The Ktudlo will be oiion to visitors
every Friday afternoon.
City Oarriauk Co.,
Itoruer King and Bethel riu.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Ftn CarrlageB & Civil Driver
To be nad at all hours.
J. S. ANDRADE,
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
Estimates given on all kinds of
rtT'ONE.CONCHETE A PLABTEH WORK
tjBV UONI'BKTB A SrSOIAI.TY -
JOHN F. BOWLER.
6. E. BOARDMAN,
OI,t AOKNT KOIt
Atlas Assurance Co.
ARSUTh, . . . 110,000,000.
II W.SOJIM1DT A NON.S,
Agunts for Hawaiian Islands.
Sas Francisco, Sept. 1.
fiVr rs H. AuMrnlln.l
THE OHIENTAI. WAR.
Btorfos of Battles Told Only to Be
To-day's evening papers have a
dospatcb contradicting the previous
days news that the Japanese ( had
again attacked Port Arthur with a
strong naval force, causing a heavy
battle which as said to bo still in
A firo among tlio vessels in the
Canton river destroyed hundreds of
Hour boats and caused a great loss
The native press at Shanghai has
received confirmation of the report
ed battle betueuu the Chiuesso and
Japanese troops on August lith.
According to these reports MXX)
Chinese troops of all arms attacked
the Japanese forces detailed to
guard the i'itig Naug parses in
Northwest Corea, and succeeded in
driving the Japanese from their
It is added that a largo number of
Coreaus llocked lo the Chinese
slamlard, begging for arms aud ask
ing for permission to form the ad
vance guard of the Chinese forces
moving against the Japanese.
On August I llh, still according to
reports received by the native press,
the Chinese were re-enforced by
1UKI troops from Yl Chow, aud the
day following they attacked the
Japanese lines al Chung lio, and
the Japanese retreated.
Auuiisl UHh the Chiueso army
was, the report says, further re-enforced
by 111,000 troops and ou
August 1 1 ih attacked the Japanese,
who are said to have lost 1000 uiuu
aud heavy baggage.
The general news received at
Shanghai does not coullnu these
reports of the native press.
Farmers in western New York and
in the province of Ontario are crying
General Nathaniel P. Hanks died
at his home, W'althatn, Mass., this
An armed mob killed six negroes
under arrest for incendiarism iu
licet sugar men of Nebraska are
crying out that they will be ruined
by the new tariff.
More than 1 000 cloakmakcrs iu
lirooklyu have at ruck agaiust the
task and pl"re-work riystem.
Indians are acting badly iu Idaho.
They have been killing game ruth
lessly and lately murdered a China
man. The settlers are alarmed.
At Fort Wayne, lud., yesterdoy
the horse llobert J. made the fastest
mile ever paced in harness, lowering
the world's record of 2:01 to 2 Mi.
Col. Samuel l. Lovell, Secoud
Regiment, Oregon, is charged with
embe.liug j'l'.'tM), also with attempt
ed briliery and mutilation of records.
Uaymond Wood, n contortionist at
Anderson, ludiaua, is liable to lose
a leg if not his life from blood poi
soning caused by wearing greou
It is otlicially declared that, whe
ther Mgr. Salolli remain iu the
country or not, the 1'apal Legation
in nsliiugton is a permaueut insti
tution. V. M. Breckinridge and Wylie
Nouiue of Chicago will start ou
September Kith for a trip awheel
around the world. Thov will follow
the Northern Pacific to Seattle aud
from Shu Francisco will sail for
William Bourne, a stevedore, has
been awarded f 1 1,000 damages, iu
the U. S. Circuit Court at San Frau
cisco, agaiust the Pacific Mail Steam
ship Company, for being made a
cripple for life by falling iu the
durUness, through auopeu hatchway
into the hold of a vessel.
At the Holiness meeting at Ocean
Grove (N. J.) a mau iu the audience
asked the prayers of all Christians
for G rover Cleveland "that he
might overcome his great sin of
drinking." llo said that he had
written to the President slating his
intention ol asking prayers lor uitu.
The bank statement for the week,
given out at New York, is as follows:
Ueserve, decrease, jS'.ITli't; loans,
increase, .51,1 liV-lsJ; specie, increase,
?l l!l,('00j legal teuders, decrease, $1,
&K, NHIj deposits, increase, $I8S,1U0;
circulation, decrease, S2rf,100. The
Imuks uow hold iri.SOlTi iu excess
CU.AU1TY Ol WATHII.
The town of Uvalde, Texas, has
been overwhelmed with water. A
vast extent of surrounding country
also has been Hooded. Forty miles
of track and many bridges of the
Soul hern Pacific Itailwuy are des
troyed. It is estimated the total
damage to properly is 1, 500,000.
Hundreds of human lives, it is fear
ed, are lost. Flocks aud herds are
swept away. The belief is that the
Hood was caused by eruptions of
artesian water produced by an earth-
i:i.i:ctiiii l All illSHA !.
f Five summer visitors at Ashevillo,
N. C, were seriously injured through
the runaway of an electric car.
Throe persons were seriously hurt
and tunny shaken up at Chicago by
the collision of an electric car,
whose brakes would not work, with
a railway train.
At IJalliiiuio a panic m caused