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VOL. VIII. NO. 1143.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 181)4.
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ATDiaaBT AT-I.AH 4N. NoltT Kimilll
Nu. IS Kaaliiiiuaiiu Hu. Honolulu.
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mi hi an
I Um1 of rMiutm
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Order. Parttimtar atteiitimi pant to blitpc
Blaokamlthlnit. Job Work fxooruwt i
B. A. .IACOBKON,
WaTUIIMAKK AND tlKWKLKIt
MS Kurt dtreet,
P. O. JJox 2U7.
Honolulu, H. 1.
.Mutual Tele. 4J.
DU. C. W. MOOKE,
1UAI Van Nhk Ave., B. F., Co'.
Blogant Apartmuuta for Patluats.
KLUL'TKIVITT IN NtfcV0C DIDKARKH.
Dr. Moore oilers Invalids all tti,
oomforta of Inline, with couuinnt and crt.
till treatment. Kcfer to H. It. MucMrUiiv.
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Drrica: New Bate DeiKitit Uullitiiin
Fort atreet, Honolulu, U. I.
flans, Bpecltleatlou and Buperlntemi
ence given tor Every Denuriptlou of Uulld
Ing. Old Butldiugs mceeanfully Bemod
oiled and Enlarged. Devlgn for Intorloi
Decortitlou. Map or Meelntnlrtt lrow
Ing, Truolng mid llltio prinlliiK. DmwIiiL-s
fur Hook or Newapapiir llliutrtttlou.
METROPOLITAN HEAT CO.,
i KING ST
Wtioltisale dml Retail Butfta
Q, J, Wai.hu, t i MaiinKur
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
OKI" Kit KOK HAL
lV.it. UHlIM a SOB
CelBDraied Htgb Grade Cane lanons.
We arc also prepared to laka order for
UrH N. Ohlandi oa '
1 nonrlttft prompt deliver j
superior Paint Oil. con.
turning lex pigment than Linseed Oil, and
Klrlng lasting brilliancy to colon.
Used with 'liter It gtres a splendid floor
Falrbaak Cuailarj Co.'i Coratri Betrf
rnriR paikt ro.'s
Compounds, Roofing fi Papers.
lfj Patent Stfiio Pipe Cotinii
Jarbott' Diamond, Enaroul k Bver
K-ctilly .iminni-l for Viui faun
Win. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. W. Iiwiti
Tlio. O I'ortir
I'mAident atd Manner
Heoreiary nd Trrnaurer
l,rST (l TH
Oceanic Steamship Company,
UK tAN KltAyOlBt.0, UAL.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaos
GENERAL PUBLIC I
At Smith's Bus and Liveuy
IStaw.ks, Kino Stukkt,
lAdJolnlnu .Metropolitan Meat Market,)
I (he Cheaiieit Place In Town yon can
uet llimseH, VKonctte, liitgglea and
brtdillu Horses. It will pay you to call
and nee bnfore you try eUewhere.
VINO FAT CO.r
Hee to Inform the public Hint thev lmve
clood tin Krnni'h r-t iro t.122 Nuiiunii
btrrct. lint tlmv will nit et their uu.
toiniTtt et their old btaud on
KiliK btrtet, wnere ttiey
tarry n complete
UKDKUOM HKTfi, CHAIKB,
BTAND8, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Pnrnirura Repaired and Oeaeral Jobblno
at Reuouabia Rata
VI NG FAT
V.ku. Tel. ,181. Mctual Tkl. )7.
P. O. UOX 321.
I2 .V 130 FOUT STItKKT.
Blacksmilliiug ,s VA$?um.
Order from lint other luluildh in
UnlMIng, Trlct nliuj, IMIuttntj, Ulo , ',o
I'roiiipily Aid ndeil to.
W. V. WUKUIT, Vww.
(BnccikMir In G, Wot.)
Harttnr) Fire lamrUHM Ce.,
London 4 Uacasklra lira In. Ce.,
Thaam anr) Money Mariae Im. (&,
Nhw Tort Lite lia. Ce.,
G. 0. BERGER,
Qeanral AgeitforHawalUa IiUrti.
in any quantity
bag to a ion.
Ktmiji one bai( to any quantlli
In 4fk leuglh and bawed or Bplll
from a hag to any rjuautlty: ln
"WHITE & BLACK SAND
Batweea AlmkM a
id RiOBirda Btreata.
'PHE DNDEUBIGNED AUK PKB
1 pared to make all kind of Iron,
ilr8n, Drome, Zlno, Tin and Lead Cait
Ing. Also a General itepalr Bhop for
Buiam Engine. Itlce Mill, Com MIIU,
Water Wheel. Wind Mill, etc. Machine
for thr Cleaning of Gonee, Cantor Oil.
Jeans, Itamle, Blsal, Pineapple Ieaves aud
other Fibroin Plant and Paper Btook.
Also Machine tor Extracting Burcb from
the Manioc, Arrow Hoot, eta.
All order promptly attemiwl k.
WHITE, RITMAN k CO.
HOP IIING & CO.,
ft HOTEL BT11EET,
- Wholexale Dealer In
Liquors and Manila Guars
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, iltce, Matting
Chinese Bilk, Teas, Ktc.
English and American Groceries
lly Every t'oaiit Bteamer
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
- WILL ATTEND To -
Basement and Sale of Fruperi)
CullectlDO Id All Its Branches.
Orrimi No. 42 Merchant Htreet.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occtdenul and Oriental S. S. Co,
For YOKOHAMA urt H0NGI0NO.
Btoamrra of the abore Cotnpanlea will
eall at Honolulu on their way to the above
porta on or about the following datai:
Btmr "OCEANIC" October 2, 1891
Btmr"OHINA". ...November 12, 18l
Btmr "OOKANIG". ..December 11 1891
Btmr "CHINA" Jauuary 21, IB'JO
Btmr "OIJKANIC"... February 19, 1KW
Btmr "CHINA" April 2. Irfifl
ret SAN FRANCISCO
BUamara of the abore Compaulea !ll
eall at Honolulu on their way from Hon.
koneand Yokohama to the above port en
nr mduui ine louowmR uateei
Btmr "CITY OK PEKING"
October 9, 1KM
Btmr "OCEANIC".. November 19 1894
Btmr "CHINA" December 81 im
Btmr "GAELIC" .... February 10, 18S
Btmr "PKItU" March 29 1S95
Btmr "GAELIC" April 88 1895
I4TIS OF PASSAGE 111 IS FOLLOWS:
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip 12
KW PaieeUKera paying full fare will be
allowed 10 percent off return fare If return.
Ing within twelve mouth
aW for freight and Pannage apply to
B. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Mail Service
Hie New and Fine At BUel bteamiii.
M ALAMEDA "
Of in Oceanic Bleannhlp litniuy will
be due at Honolulu from bydm and Auck
land on or about
Aud rill leave tor the above port nitti
M all and PaenKer on or aUmt that data.
Fur Sydney and Auckland :
Tb New and Fine Al Bu- Btrann-lilp
" MARIPOSA "
Of ttir Ocennlc Bteauiahlp (kniinany will
lie dun at Honolulu, from Ban Fnuicliioo.
on or about
Ami will have
prompt dfttpetuii aitb
MalUand Pamutuger for the
I lie iilidet4lgur are now prepared lolAvue
THBUUGU TICKETS TO ILL POINTS
IN TUB UNITED STATIS
fay tut turllmr particular reardln
Kreutht or Paiiage apply to
TO G. IRWIN h CO.. Ltd.,
mi Oaneral Agaata.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
8. 8. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F
I ,eave Honolulu
for B. F.
From dan Frauclrt
MONGWA1 Oct. S, I
From Sydney toi
The Best Lunch in Town.
4T AU. UlU
TUK KINKST MIAN! if OH
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWATS UN HAUL.
El J WOITTO, FrOT3
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Cor. Allan A Port Sl.,
IIOI.UNTMK & CO.,
lOW-tf A gouts.
iiiaiMra of tu aootrt Line, running In connection with th
OANADIAJSJ PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver. It. C, and Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling nt Victoria. It. 0.,
Honoluln and Suva Kilj,
A.R.B3 DUB AST H02SrOL,XJI-."U
On or about the dates below italed, vlt.t
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver. B O.t
. . ..)ctoler 2
TkroigB Ttekata hunea from Honotnlu
riflllHT ARP rMH(XitK AMftTKI
D. McNK'OLL, Montreal, Canada.
KODKHT KKHU, Wltinliir, Canada
M. M. BTEKN, Ban FraticWco. Cat.
O. Mi'K UKOWN. Vaneonver . P
:M?iatuieil TelepaorLe 314.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
W. a WtLuea, Pre. r. ! tii
GAlr. J. A. KlNu, Port Supt
Will leave Honolulu al 2 i u., tonciitug t
Labalua, Maalaea Day mid Makeua the
aameday; Mahukona, KitwitltW and Lnu
aiioeiioe tue loilowiiirf .i.y urrivluir t
Itllo at midnight.
. . . Oct. It'
. . . .Oct,
. . Nov.
. .Nov. l'l
Keturulng leave Hllo, touching at Uu-
Kahoehoe same day; Kjwulh..e a. m.: Ma
ukonalOA.n.i Makcna ir..: Maalaea
Way fir. .: Ubaina K r. m. the following
day; arrlvlug at Honolulu H Wednea
dayaudBaturdav AHKIVKb A'l HO'iiil.ULlI
. OcL 3
. Nov. 24
. Dec. 2ti
AW No Freight will i imvitmI allur
12 noon on day of Mlllng
win leave Honolnlu ever) ruetdav at
r. m touchlug at Ehiilui
at tuhului, I
tteturning will arrive i Honoioiii every
AtaT No Freight will rw iyiwivmI after
4 r. m. on day of Mlllug.
Consignee mast be at the landing to
receive their Freight, as we will not hold
ifter such Freight
ha been lauded.
While the Company
'111 use due dill
pence In handling Live block, we decline
to assume any responsibility In ease ol Un
less of same.
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the ran
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
8?KiuoSt Matnai Tel. 662.
Ilmjgage Cheeked from Hotel and Kent.
denresdlreet to destination, No
llnggnge always put In Hlate (looms
From Victoria and Vancouver. B O.,
for 8uva And Sydnoyt
8ttnr"WAKK!M00" September 2
Htmr"AKAVA" October 21
Utiiir"VAHUIMOO" November 21
to Cauda, Called State and Enropa.
Kor Frelalil and Panaue and all
General Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Aatntifor thr nirnUnti Nandt.
BEGAN VAPOR I PACIFIC GAS
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
C They cannot bo surpassed
for motive power.
BEND l-OK CATALOGUE
llttt-tt Bole Agent, Nuuatiu treet
California Fruit Market
Corner King A Alukea Hu
v. dainariuo's llelri
lly Kveiy Steamer from Ban Kran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Ktc, KU).( Etc, Etc.
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Painting taught by the lat
est EuroK.-au method, dances every Wed
nesday aud Baturday forenoon from h a. m.
to 12 noon.
VW Lessons for Private Pupil In ipe
clal line of work alro given
!- The Ntiullo will be open to vlcltora
every Frlduy afternoon.
p. fy -
KJLX l VJJYUlUJYl-til. JK)..
Corner King and Iletbel Bt.
- BOTH TELEPHONE 113 -
Fine Carriages Ac Civil Driven
To be had at all hour.
J. S. ANDRADE,
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Estimate given on all kind of
dTONK, CONCRETE A PLABTER WOBK
. COHOaHTB A KPBUIAI.TT M
JOHN F. BOWLER
G. E. BOARDMAN,
40I.R AI1KNT FlW
Atlas Assurance Go.
ARHLTH, . . . 110,000,000
II. W., SCHMIDT & SONS
Agvitli lor liitvsslluu Islaiiils,
Latoat Itcma by tuo B. S. Monowal
from tho Oolonioa
roneioNEiia is rcniL.
Tlio actlvo intervention of the
warships, and especially tho fatal
Hies resulting from tho shelling, says
tho Apia correspondent of tho Auck
lnod liernhl, are fraught with verr
serious possibilities for foreign rost
deuts, unless tho work now com
menced is carried through com plot o
ly ami thoroughly. Tho whites aro
now identified with tho proont Gov
ornmout, and tho possihlo couso
qucticoA may be serious aud disas
trous. Somo porsons thiuk that re
prisals would never bo iutlicted on
foreigners, but many who am well
qualified to judge, consider that such
a thing is by no means improbable,
(specially In view of tho manifest
and remarkablo chatiRo that has
como orer tho Satnoaus during tho
last fow years. It is, however, con
ceded on all sides Hint it is now es
sential that tho warships should ro
main hero constantly for tho futuro.
iusteatl of bong absent for sevoral
months during tho wet season.
The consuls have just received a
duQaut letter from Tatnasese. who is
eutreuched in Aatia. Ho declares he
will not submit to tho Government,
and that ho is confident of defeating
tho Gorerutneut forces, lie says
that ho is not afraid of tho warships,
as their shells cannot reach his posi
tion in tho bush, and that they can
not laud a force of sulllciont strength
to meet him. Ho has ample sup
plies of food and ammunition and is
resolved to fight. 1'ero Gave, a
French missionary who lives at Teu
humvova, tho centre of tho rebellion
in Anna, reports that the natives
ridicule tho proceedings of tho war
ships in Atua last week, iio states
that tho whole of Savaii is now sup
porting tho Aana rebels. Amongst
white people there is a coutlict of
opinion as to whether tho warships
can oporato effectively against Aana.
but all agree that so far no practical
good has resulted or will result from
tlio I au bombardment. A mucu
severer lesson is required before
peace aud quietness can bo assured.
FIIOM TIIC SAMOA TIM US.
So far from there being a fair pros
pect of peace, there is, on tho con
trary every prospect of a renewal of
hostilities at au early tlate, if wo are
to believe tho reports that reach ua
daily from tho outlying districts.
Prom Aleipala wo hear that Mr. W.
Frcser'a store has been plundered
and destroyed, aud from b'al nli!i,
aud Safata, we hear of further burn
ings by the late rebels of houses be
longing to Government supporters;
not to mention tho case of a Hriti-h
ludf-casto named Keys who resided
at Lefaga in Aana. 1 his man is now
in Apia, and states that ho has been
burned out. and everything ho pos
sessed, destroyed. Iio estimates his
lo.s nt $700. Keys declares that all
his relations wore on tho rebel aide,
but in spite of this fact, not only was
his property destroyed, but a British
Hag that he was Hying cut down. AU
this was douo after peace had beeu
arranged. Again wo hear that tho
Government Aana men ou returning
to thoir homes, wero driven off by
the late rebels and not allowed to
laud. It is true that no guns wero
used, but sulllciont forco of another
description was employed. Again
from tho name district wo aro in
formed that tho late submission is in
name only, aud that tho feeling of
rebellion is even tnoro intense than
before the ships of war went to Midi
fnnua. Any attempt we understand
to otiYct tho capture of Alipia will bo
cousidered suilieiuiit cause for a re
newal of hostilities. It will be seeu,
therefore, that no peace is possible
until very strung measures are ro
sortcd.to. From Tutuila we hear of further
flghtiugaud tho loss of two lives.
With regard to tho destruction of 7
or more villages ou about five miles
of coast liuo at Falealili about tho
time Atua was shelled, wo now un
derstand that this damage was douo
by a party of rebel Atttuusruturuing
from Aana after peace had been ar-
i ruugeii ueiweeu onvmi aim ABlia.
I P&rty Hearing ol tlio lutenlious
of tho men-of-war to shell Atua then
considered themselves justified iu
doing what damage they could on
their return home. Iu order to ob
tain as much loot as possible they
put tho native touchers on oath as
regards tho property they had in
their houses; a most unusual pro
ceeding. (The Times oditorially contrasts
thedilforuut methods of treatment
accorded to Mataafa and Tamasoso
as rebel chiefs, It aya tho Samoaus
are freely discussiug tho same thing,
aud urges that to promote peace
Tatnasese should be tried for treason
in tho court at Apia.)
During a balloon trial nt Alder
shot, lightuiiig struck four soldiers
holding tho wire ropes, aud they
fell at tho feet of tho Duke aud
Duchess of 'Couuaught. Tho acci
dent caused a gruut seusatiou. Tho
Duke rushed forward to assist the
men, but the Duchus, horrified at
tlm scene, left the spot immediately,
The Uerliuer Tugeblntt say that
Knglnud ami Turkey aro negotiat
ing for the exchange of Cyprus,
plus twelve million sterling aud
Tho Scotch miiio-owuurs roftiro to
accept tho miners' offered compro
mise of till reduction per day.
.Sr. Piimuucmi. Sept. 0. Prayer
have boon oHorod dpiutho vhuruhvi