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VOL. VIII. NO. 1136.
HONOLULU, H. 1., FRIDAY, SEPTRMHER 14, 1894.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
p JIJ'll'Jv Jvil' 111
THE DAILY BULLETIN
PKIHTID AND rUBUABKD
nxcwrt scbdav bt thb
Ddllj Bnllfitln HUH Co., I'd.,
AT TBI orrioi
129 A Sat Varekut It, eietili, R. L
SUBSOKIPTION-BtB Dollabs a Ybab.
Uellvered In Honolulu at Kinr Gshts a
Mouth, In advance.
no mm bulletin
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it Pocb Dollam a Ybam to Domestic,
nd Fiti Dollabs to foreign Subscribers,
payable In advance.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
do i m snraatoB sms
p. o. uox m.
Fmb Daily Bollbtib Ii printed and pub
lished by the Dally Bulletin Publishing
Company, Limited, at It office, Mer
chant iilreet, Honolulu. Hawaiian 111
and. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakca street, Honolulu. aforeMld.
Adtlrem letters for tbe paper "Kdltor
BoLLtriH," and business letters " Manager
Dally Bulletin Publishing Company."
Using a personal address way cause delay
(uroariM abo Dialbm in Lcmsss abb
ALL BINDS Of UtllLDIK4 MaTBAIAU.
Kort Utreet, Honolulu.
H. HAOXVEUD A CO.,
UanaaAL OoNMisaina Awssn,
Corner Kort and Queen Streets, Huuululu.
io. a. akfiTBixa.
AouTioMeak ABpUanaaAL Husiaw Am hit
Mahukuna, Kuliala, Hawaii.
ATTOBBBV-AV-LaW AND NOTAtl KlINLIU.
No. IB Kaahumann Bt., Honolnln.
Jewelrv a aiMMiiali. l'Mrtiiniii
aiiution pain to all kinds of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON WORKS,
BtBAM Kbhihu, Buuab Mill, Hoilbu,
Coolbas. IkOB, Bbaiui, An Lbap
Maohlnery of Every Dewiription Made to
Order. Particular attention iald lo HUlim'
Blacksmltbing. Job Work exeuatful at
.. . ... . T " '
E. A. JACOBSON,
WATOHMAKKlt ANI ilKVKliKR
btti Fort Btreel. Honolnln. H. 1.
P. O. Box 287. Mutual Tele. m.
DR. C. W. MOORE,
l X Van Ness Ave., B. P., Cal.
Elegant Apartment for Patient.
BLBCTBICITT IB PBUVODB D18CAHKII,
!(" Vt. Moore otfera Invalids all the
comforts of home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Uelora to 11. 11. MacfurUne.
& B. B1PLKT & ARTHUR BEYH0LDS,
Orrioa: New Bate Deposit BulldlnK,
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I.
Plans, Specifications and Buierliitnd
nee given for Every Description of Build
Ing. Old Buildings successfully Remod
elled and Enlarged. Designs for Interior
Decorations. Mans or Menhanlcal draw
ing, Tracing nnd Blue Printing. Drawings
for Book or Newspaper Illuitratlou.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
W MUMM jjjSJ
Wholesale and Retail Botchers
- AND -
HA? T CONTRACTORS.
O. J. WiLLCU,
WM. G. IRWIN & GO.
OPKEK KOK HAL
CalebnUM) Htu Grade Cant Imarw.
Wa am also prepared to take orders (or
M.mmnrn N. OhlandtliOo.'i
Insuring prompt deliver
WTtal It superior Paint Oil. eon
snmlng leai pigment than Linseed Oil, and
firing a lasting brilliancy to colon.
Used with drlai It gives a splendid floor
Fair baik Caialafl Ce.'a Coras Beef
Imo'i Palest Steiio Pipe Conriii
Jarboea' DUuaoia', Eaaaial A Bvar
Especially designed for Vacuum Tuns.
Wm. O. Irwin.
W. M. dinard,
Tbeo. 0. 1'nrtar
President and Manage.
BecreUry and Treanurer
aobntk or ma
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK BAN FKANCIBCO, CAL.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
At Smith's Bus and Livkky
Stadlks, Kino Strkkt,
l Adjoining Metropolitan Meat Market,)
la the Cheapest Place In Town you can
;et Run&es, wagonettes,
iconeues, uuggies anu
It will pay you to call
Baddle Horses. It will m
and see before you try elsewhere,
VING FAT CHAN
llif to Inform the public that Ihev have
clofd tlin Hruuch H ire st?22 Niiuauu
street, but tliev lll meet tlielrcua-
tomcrs Mt tlieir old stuiut on
Klnj; htr-ut, wheri- tUey
carry com pieut
IIKDUOOM BKTP, CHAIUB,
STANDS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Pnralnue Repaired and General Jobbing
at Beaaonabla Ratea
VING FAT CHAN,
Bbll Tel. 881. Mctcal Tkl. 607.
P. O. BOX 321.
12S .t 130 FORT STREET.
Orders from the other Islands lu
Bolldlna, Trlmtnltifl, Painting, Etc., Etc.,
l'ruuiptly Atteiuleil lo.
W. W. WKI01IT, Puop.
(Successor to 0, West.)
Bartfortl Ptra laimniM Ct
Leaiea 4 Uacaailre Pin laa. Ce.,
Tkaaea aal Maraey Harlaa laa. Co.,
New Tera Lite laa. Ce.,
G. 0. BER6ER,
Qeaeral Aaeit for lawaUaa lalaaia.
ail kinds In any imantlty Inini
bag to a ton.
KTniu our bag to auy guantlty
lu fu lengths and Sawed or Split
from a bag to any uuautlty : alo
WHITE & BLACK SAND
BatVMB Alakaa a
ia Riekaraa Striata.
'PUE UNDERSIONED ARE PRE
A pared to make all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Bronte, Zlno, Tin and Lead Cast
lugs. Also a General Repair Shop for
Bteam Engines. Rice Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for tbr Cleaning of Coilee, Castor Oils.
Beans, Ramie, filial, Pineapple leaves and
other Fibrous Plants and Paper Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Root, etc.
All order promptly attended u,
WHITE, RITMAN It JO.
HOP KING & CO.,
MT.' HOTEL 8TREET,
Wholeiale Dealers In
Liprs aid Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Kirn, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Eu
Englian and American Groceries
lly Every Const Steamer,
MUTUAL TKLU'HONB 117.
- WILL ATTEND TO
Maua&emeDl and Salt of Proper!)
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Orncai No. 42 Merchant Street,
Occidental and Oriental S, S. Co.
Par TOIOHAMA ait HONQKONO.
Bteamera of tbe abore Companies will
rail at Honolulu on their way to tbe above
porta on or about tho following dates:
Btmr "OCEANIC" October 2, 185M
Btmr "CHINA" November 12, 1KM
Btmr "OCEANIO"... December 11. 1KH
Btmr "CHINA" January 21, 1KB
Btmr "OCEANIC"... February 19, ISM
Btmr "CHINA" April 2, 1893
raff IAN F1ANC1SC0
Uteatuera of the abore Companies will
eall at Honolulu on their way from Hook
kone and Yokohama to the abore port on
or about the following dates:
Btmr "CITY OK PKKINO"
Btmr "OCEANIC". .NoTember 19, 1891
Btmr "CHINA" December 31, 1891
Btmr "OAELIC" February 10, 1893
Btmr"PKKU" March 29 1893
Btmr "OAELIC" April 28, 1893
I1TI8 OP PaSS&GB 1BI IS FOLLOWS:
Cabin, round trip i
Cabin, round trip 1
V Passenger paying full fare will bt
uoweu iu perceni on return rar ir return.
Ing within 1
0W For Frrlght and Passage apply u
H. HACKFELD ft CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Hail Servict
The New and Fine Al Bteel Hieanmuip
" LIONOWAI "
Of the Oceanic Htratuahlp Coni-uiiy wilJ
be due at Honolulu lioin dydney ami Anrk
(ami on or about
And will leave for tlib almve in with
Mulls ntnl Paskt-MKrsoiiorAbiiui liiut.tate.
For Sydoo; and And land:
The New ami Flue Al Steel .Slfamnhlp
Of the Oceanic Bteamnhlp Coiiiiwtti) will
be due at Honolulu, from Bin KranclMo.
on or about
And will have prompt detpatan with
Alalia and Passengers for the above porta.
The undHrAlgued are now prepared to lasoe
THOUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THB UNITED STATUS
AW For farther particulars regarding
Krelght or Passage apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN CO., Lti.,
Oceanic Steamsbip Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA
from B. F,
for S. F.
.. ..Sept. 15
Froui San Krnnclwn
MARIPOSA, Bept.27 I
MONOWA1 Oct. 23 I
From By fluey for
The Beit Lunch in Town.
T and OotTf
r all aut'HA
thh kimcsi mums ok
Cigars aud Tobacco
lLWV UN nANII
HJ IsrOl-iTro. FrOTD.
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Uor. Allen a Turt fits., Donolnlo.
HOM.ISTWH & CO.,
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
aiainer of me aii Line, running In connection with th
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 0. 0., and Sydney, N. 8. V., nnd cnlllnc at Victoria. B. C,
Honolulu and Bava Fiji,
A.R,HJ DUE A.T HONOLULU
On or aiNint the dates
From BrAntr and Buv, for Victoria
and Vancouvur, B C:
8mr"ARAWA" October 2
Btmr"WARKIMOO" .. .November 1
Btmr"AHAWA" December 1
Tkrmgh TlekaU Iana4 troa ionelBli
rsiiOBT aiid rAMSHiiaa nriTnt l
D. McNICOLL, Montreal. Caunda.
ROBERT KERR, WlntiltR, Canada
M. M. STERN. Ban KrancNco, Cal.
O. Mi'L. BKOVVN. Vancnnre r B. O.
Yon never know the correct measure of n cord
of wood ! T sell one ton (2000 lbs.) honest weight,
machine cut, in blocks of 12in. long for 10, or a
half ton (1000 lbs.) for 5; but if you prefer the
old way you may as well have a cord alto for 10
delivered free to any house in the city
Charcoal 40 Oents a Bag.
MUTUAL TKL. lit.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
W.C WiLoaa, Prcs. S. Ii. Ko.s Hc.
Cai-T. J. A. Klhu, Port Hurt
Stmr. KIN AD,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m.. unicmiig m
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Makena the
same day; Mahukoua, Kawallineund Ijiu-
fahoehon tho following day arriving al
lilo at mldulgkt.
ay (let. lh
Tuesday Nov. r.
Friday Nov. 1'.
Tuesday Nov. 2V
Tuesday len, IK
Returning leaves Hllo, touching at Lau-
Eahoehoe same day; Kawaihae a. m.; Mb
ukonalOA. m.; Makena Ir. m.; Maalaea
Bay ti r. m. j Lahalna r. u. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu rl a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARR1VEH AT HONOLULU
Saturday Sept. 22
Wednesday OoL 8
Saturday Oct. IS
Wednesday Oct. 21
Saturday Nov. S
Wednesday Nov. 14
Saturday Nov. 24
Wednesday i)c. 0
Saturday Dec. 1ft
Wednesday Dec. 2i
No FrelKht will he received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolnln every Tuesday al 6
r. m., touching at Kahului, Huelo, H
ibiuui aim iviiiniiuiu
Returniue will arrive at Honolulu btbi-v
no rreiunt will be received after
t r. m. on day of sailing.
Consignee must be at the laudiugs to
Frelcht. as we will not hold
ourselves resouslble alter sneb Freight
has been landed.
While the Oomnanv will nse due dill.
Seuce in handling Live Block, we decline
j assume any responsibility In cant of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewefry unless placed in the care
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
87 KlQo St. Mutual Tel. 662.
Ilsggnge Checked from Hotels and Ileal.
dent-ex illrt'i't to ilestliintinu. iSo
Iterlieiiklng nt steumeis,
llnggage always put In State Rooms.
below stated, tIs.i
From Victoria and Vancouver, B O.,
for Suva and Sydnoyt
Btmr "WAKHIMOO" BeptPmber 21
BtmrWAHKIMOO" November 21
to Ouaia, Oalled SUtas tod Europe.
ttf For Freight and Faisaga and all
Ueneral Information, apply to
Thoo. H. Davios & Co., L'd,
AgtnUfor (As ItmtaUnn Iitantlt.
BEGAN VAPOR a PACIFIC GAS
Engines & Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
f3T They ennnot ho surpassed
for motive power.
SEND FOR CAT V 1.00 UK
lim-tl Sole Agent, Nuiiuuu street.
California Fruit Market,
Corner King Al Alakea Hta
By Every Steamer from San Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Drawing and Painting.
0. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing aud Painting taught by the lat
est European methods. Clauses every Wed.
needay and Saturday forenoon from 8 a. m.
to 12 noon.
MIA, Lessons for Private Pupils In spe
cial lines of work also given.
. The Studio will be oncn to visitors
every Friday alUtrnoon.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Ilethel Sis.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages Be Civil Driver)
To be had at all hours.
J. S. ANDRADB,
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
Estimates given on all kinds of
i rtTONE.OONOUKTBA PLA6TKKWOHK
Us- COMURBTB A SMPIALTT "Ws
JOHN F. BOWLER.
G. E. BOARDMAN,
rtOliH AOENT Kdli
Atlas Assurance Go.
II. W. SOUmIjjT Ai SUNh.
Agents for lis Allan Ulaudi.
Bistnnrck and Gladstone both as
crib.) thuir longevity aud sound
iniiMHilnr orjrutii.atiou to simplicity
of habits and frequent bathing in
Numismatists say that no hurnau
head was impressed on coins until
after thu death of Alexander the
Great. All images before that were
Tho very newest watches aro of
gold aud steel, recured on thu loft
revers of the corsage by a little
rosette a pretty lalnoii aud quaint,
if neither ery couvouiout uur Rafe.
Women are all alike. When
they're maids, they're mild ns tuilk;
once make 'em wives, aud they loan
their backs against the marriago
certificate and defy jq1)uijUii
Wisdom without honesty is more
craft and cozenage; aud therefore
the reputation of Honesty must first
be gotten, which cannot be but by
living well; a good life is a main
argument. lien Jonton.
Auy woman, three removes from a
Gorgon in personal attractions, can
make auy mail propose to her if she
has a chance of living in tho same
house with him for a mouth. -Jituck'
It is supposed that tho aroma
giveu off during the ninokiug of to
bacco is due rattier to the utcotianiu
or tobacco-cumphor than to thu
nicotine, although the former is
present only to n very smalt extent.
The good man quietly discharges
his duly and ehuus ustcutatloiij the
vain man considers every deed lost
that is not publicly displayed. Thu
one is intent upon realities; tho
other, upon sumblauce. Thu one
aims to to good; thu other, to ap
Where Is thu man n ho Imi the power and
To stem the torrent u( a woman's will?
lor II Mio will, liu will, you limy deetid
Anil if 'hcuou't, slm won't; jo theroS an
Aud nature swenrj tho lowly denrt,
Her liohleM work lie cI.t-ck, U!
Her 'prentice linn' the tried on man,
And tilt II hv inuilu thu liltreii, O'.
Love is at once admiration and
nuVutioti. We talk of loving some
poor creature iu whom there is noth
ing admirable. Hut this is only a
mangled part of love. Trim com
plete love liuely combines a pure
unselfish perception of the essential
quality of a character with a warm
pergonal gratitude for what that
character bestows on us. Thu per
ception of bhitolutu quality saves it
from foolieh fouducM, and thu
gratitude rescueu it from being the
Dlx'a Fnmous Order.
JiMpreontntivo Grady of North
Carolina is a geutlemau of currect
habits and great dignity, lie ir. aio
an ardent htmlent of history aud
literature. Not lung ago ho walked
into the House library, ami accost
ing one of the young men who are
appointed to wait on members, he
requested him to get a copy of thu
book roulaitiiug lliu famous ordur of
General Uix to shoot any man ou
the spot who attempts lo haul down
the American Hag.
Thu clerk began to search for thu
boon, running out shelves oi his
torical volume?, gropiug iu dusty
corners, nnd turning over pages of
war histories that would bu likely to
contain a copy of the order. Finally,
after spending hall an hour iu un
availing search, he said to Mr.
"1 can t liml it 1 Iieie is out oue
place where I know you can liud it."
"Where is that?" asked Grady,
"lu blank's saloon, ou I'euusyl
vania Avenue, I've been thu original
order there, iu a frame hung up for
thu iuspuctiiiii of the public."
''In lSlauk's saloon, eh?" echoed
Mr. Grady, fixing his eyus sharply
ou thu young man. "Well, sir. I
never go iuto a saloon. It strikes
me, young man, that you know more
about high-grade whisky than you
do about literature."
Story of a French Sculptor.
There is a touching story of a
French sculptor who, as hu grow
aged and iuliriu, doomed by poverty
to occupy a garret, had a piece of
work oulriihtod to him for which all
his old love of art was rekindled,
lie worked upon thu clay with all
the forces of hi being ceutred upou
its completion It grew beautiful
with his thoughts, and almost breath
ed iu living reality as hu hung over
it with skillful touch. One night,
when almost near completion -that
completion which would remove
him far beyond the reach of pover
ty; but of this he neither thought
uor cared much; art was art to him,
not pounds, shillings, mid pence -a
terrible frost came to Paris. That
night the cold wm so intense that
thu old mau awoke from his slum
bers, its iuilueucu upon tho statue
would be mo.-t baneful -if the walur
iu lliu interstices of the clay were to
frec.e, all his work would bu injur
ed. Taking olf some of thu scanty
bed clothing he reverently wrapped
up the stattiu . . . then lay down
again to rest . . . to bo found late
ou iu the day dead -the cold had
killed him, but his wotk was undamaged.-
M-lh'i mid Auiiiltr,
At Williams' Studio are to bu seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which hu
in making n specialty of. Lantern
.Slides for lecture hy thu set or