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VOL. VIII. NO. 1147.
HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1894.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
WM. G. IRWIN & GO.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
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U. UAOKtVELD OO..
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Mahukuua, Koliala, Hawaii.
ATToaaav-AT L.A tmv Nutast fiiaiio.
No. 13 Kaahunmuu tiu, Hutiulula
Kakul Jewelry a epeoialty. Particuiaf
attention paid to all kinds of repairs
Campbell Ulock, Murcliant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
OTBAM KlilllKSS, 6UOA Mll.L, H.IILSS.,
Coolbu. laon, Bbass, ani Lbsp
Machinery of Every Description Made to
OrJer. Particular atuiutlou paid to Ships'
Blacksmlthlng. Joh Work exuauted at
E. A. JACOBSON,
Watoumakjch and Jkwki.kk
603 Fort Street,
P. O. Box U87.
Honolulu, H. I.
Mutual Tele. .
DR. C. W. MOORE,
1400 Van Ness Ave., B. F., Cal.
Elegant Apartments for Patients.
BLICTIIU1TT H HCBV0D8 D1RBASB8.
' Dr. Moore otfnrs invalids all the
comforts of home, with constant and rare
f ul treatment. Refers to H. It. Mucfarlane,
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Ornoa: New Bute Deposit BnlldiiiK,
Fort street, Honolulu, H. 1.
Plans, Specifications and Bupeniiteud
ence given for Every Description of Build
log. Old Buildings successfully Remod
elled and Enlarged, Designs for Interior
Decorations. Maps or Mcnhanlral I'raw
Ing.Traclnpand Blue Printing. Drawing
for Book or Newspaper Illustration.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
4t KING SI
Wholesale and tail Butchers
0. J, W'ALLKtl,
tlKHKK KlMt HALM -
ti.ax. ukosr o
Olebnued Hlgb Grade Cant laonns.
We are almi prepared to take onler far
UnttHt-fl. N OUlnndtAOo,'!
Insuring prompt delltrrt
BJBT amid n lupciiui A .. w... uu
naming leal pigment tlian Linseed Oil, and
ThU I. m ..u.l. D.IM, 111! ..
giving a laaung oruuancy mi colors.
Used with ilrln It gives a splendid flimr
Falrbank Canning Co.'i Corno- Beat
Afl fAIST 1)0, I
Compounds, Kooflag & Papers,
led' PMinl Steim Pipe Coiirlut
JarbiiM' Diamond, Enamel Bnr
Kspciaily designed for Vacuum fans.
Win. G. Irwin A Co.
Win. U Iran,
flieo. O. 1'ortwt
I'reildetit nii-l Msua'ir
Hecretary and Treasurer
UPtNi ir vm
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK HAN PKANOIHCO, UAL
VING PAT CO.,
Beg to Inform the pulillo that thev bavc
clo-cil tlii Brniii'li ht ro t'S21 Nuiiunu
street, but tlitiv will iiiioi tholr cus
tomers nt llii'lr old stand on
King Ktrcet, wtmrn tliy
1 1 m of
HKI1KOOM BETH, CHAIKH,
BTANDH, Etc, Kto., Kto.
Pnrallarsj Repaired and Oaaaral Jobblag
at Reasonable Bataa.
VING FAT CO.,
Bell Tel. 881. Mutual Tku S07.
P. o. BOX 321.
I2S A KtO POUT STREET.
IN ALL ITB
Orders from the other Islands In
Buitdlna, Trimming, Painting, Etc., Elc.
Promptly Attended to.
W V. WRIGHT, I'lior
iBilnrenxor to O. Went.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Monday, Eeptombor 10th
AtOoVliiclt a.m.. nt r.iiinm Hull, corner
of Miuiinu hihI Hurcliiulu btrculu.
MtH Iliiiumli Y, hiibtii.nn, n principal nl
buviTl yinf.t' iixpcrii'iini In the (mlileu
(IhIc r'r'u Kliulergiirti'iis ol b'nn KrinuiUco
will luivo supervision of the work liur.
Kliidurguitiiii liiiursi frniii II to 12. Fill.
lion i fri'.
A triilitlnp clniii for Mndi'rpnrtencrw,
fl'itli lluce uf'urntxiu m-bhluiiH fiiuli wiok,
will Lo urgitiilii'il by MHi liiHinmti, on
'rncnluy, NupiKiiilMir I'tli. iii2 o'clock, In
tliiu'l'iM-ruoin nt hmniu Hull.
T'llllim for t ntlxliij; d.iimmi f Ul imt iimnUi.
Apiilk'ull iih fur itilinibitloii to iliti K inlcr
I'.iirlcii or triiliilng rlim limy lio nuidiitii
ti priiie.p.il, Mii hu.tiiiuii or lo .Mrs,
llnrilit Cii, Uh Colt mini, Kliuiiiuiiil Ho.ri'
lury Honolulu Km Klndorgurlntis.
Harttnr Fire Iuvum Co.,
Ltmdna A Laacathtre Fire laa. Co.,
I Limited I
Nov TurA Lite lis. Ce.,
G. 0. BERGER,
General Agent ter Hawaii! lalaiia.
Kinds In any quantity tnnu
bag to a ton
froiu one bag to any utianmt
In 4-lL lengths and Hawed or Hpllt
from a bag to any quantity; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Between Alakea aad Uckaraa Struts.
'PHE ONDER8IONED ARK PRE
1 pared to make all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Bronte, Zinc, Tin and Lead Cast
ings. Also a General Repair Shop for
Bteam Engines. Rice Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for the Cleaning of Ooltee, Castor Oils.
Beans, Ramie, Blsal, Pineapple Leaves and
other Fibrous Plants and Paper Btock.
Also Machines for Extracting Btarcb from
the Manioc, Arrow Root, eta.
aaT" All orders promptly attended U
WHITE. RITMAN 4 CO.
HOP HING & CO.,
m HOTEL BTREET,
Wholesale Dealers tu
Liprs anil Manila Cigars
Genera! Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rice, Matting
Chinese Silks, Teas, Klo.
English and American Groceriee
By Every (kiast Steamei
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 117.
WILL ATTEND TO-
Mdneinent and Sale ol Propnj
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Orrii'st No, i'i Merchaut Btrat,
UVTVXL X3S3X.3CyiXOXT3B 3 BO.
AND I'M a
Occidental anil Oriental S, S. Go,
For T0I0HAMA ait H0NQI0NQ.
Bteamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on tbelr way to the above
porta on or about the following dates:
Btnir "OCEANIC" October 2, 18M
Btmr "CHINA" November 12, 1KM
Btmr"OCKANIC". ..December 11, 18SM
Btmr "CHINA" January 21, 18
Btmr "OCEANIC"... February 19, 1W
Btmr "CHINA" April 2. 1HM
Hteaiuers of the above Compatilet will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates t
Btmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Btmr "OOKANIO".. November 19, 1894
Btmr "CHINA".... December 31, 1894
Btmr "GAELIC" February 10. 1899
Btmr "PERU" March 29, 1895
Btmr "GAELIC" April 28, 1899
ItTKS OP PASSAGE all 15 FOLLOWS:
ro toko- n noao-
UAbltl. . IIM) On 117b 00
Cabin, ronnd trip i
months Cti is mu Hi
Cabin, round trip li
months. . bu Hi Jib 2o
Xaropean Btnerage Hd u 100 00
car Passengers paying full fare will be
allowed 10 percent oil return fare If 'elurrj.
log within twelve month
For Freight and Passage apply to
B. HACKFELO k CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Ausiraliao Mall Service.
For Saa FraacUco :
New and Fine Al Btal Hteamsiiir
" ALAMEDA "
Of the Oceanic Bteamshlp Company will
be due at Honolulu from Bydney and Aurs.
laud on or about
Malls and Passengers on or about lhatdaU,
For Sydie and Auckland:
llie New aud Fine Al Steel Uteamshli-
" MONOWAI "
Of Hit- Oceanic Bteamshlp Compauy will
be due at Honolulu, from Had Frannlsco,
nn or about
Ana will nave nromnt
Malls and Passengers for the
riie uudersigiinu are now prepared to Issoe
THROUGH TICKETS TO UL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES
tm For farther particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN 4 CO., List,
Ltfi Oeueral ageate.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for B. F.
From San Frauclsrr
From Sydney toi
Amxie Jlinuilutu Lav Honolulu
MONOWAI Oct. US I ALAMEDA
The Best Lunch in Towu.
.T ALL IIOURfl
THK r'INKST UIUNDS Of
Citirs and Tobacco
4I.WATH ON HAND
H. J NOLTE, Prop.
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Cor. Allan a Fort BU
steamers of the above Line, running In connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Hetween Vancouver, B. O.
AJR,3 DTJHJ A.T
On or about the dales
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. O.t
flroath Tiekata Uaned from Honolala
SSI1QHT AKD rASSBNOBR AIKNTSI
D. MrNICOLL, Montreal. Canada.
ROIIRKT KRRIl, Winnltg, Canada
M. M. BTEHN. Ban KmiicIsco. Cal.
G. MuL. BKOWN. Vancouver, B. 0.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
Wildss, Pres. b. It. K.i
Carr. J. A. Kimu, Port Hupt
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. .. tounhiiig at
Lalialna, Maalaea Bay and Makvna the
same day; Mahukoua. Ivaallia and Lau
pahoehoe the following day arriving al
llllo at midnight.
Tuesday . . .
Returning leaves Hllo, touching at Lau.
Eahoeboe same day; Kawaihae a. m.; Ma
ukona 10 a. m.; Makena 4 r. .; Maalaea
Bay U r. .; Lalialna 8 r. m. the following
uay; arriving ai iionoiuiu n a. m. weunes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday Oct. 3
Satunlay Oct. 13
Saturday Nov. 3
Wednesday Nov. 14
Wednesday Deo. 6
Saturday Deo. 16
Weduesday Dec. 2
M" No Freight will he reelved altar
M uoon nn day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Ti
r. m., touching at Kabulm, II
Tutisdat al b
tlamoa and Klnahnlu.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
SW No Freight will be received after
4 r. u. on aay of sailing.
Consignees must lie at the landings lo
receive their Freight, as we will not hold
ourselves resiionslule alter niich Freight
has lieen landed.
While the Company will use due dill
Sence in handling Live Stock, we decline
) assume any responsibility in ran" il the
loss of same.
The Company will not be responsible (01
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the rare
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFGR CO.,
87 King St. Mntnal Tel. 66Z.
Baggage Checked from Hotels aud Kh.
deuces direct to destination, No
Itt'cliriikiug nt sleitiiii'is.
Ilaggnge always put lu Slate Rooms
N. B. V., and calling at Victoria. U.
below stated, via.:
From Victoria and Vancouver, B O.,
for Suva and Sydnoyt
Btmr "AH AW A"
. Octnlier 21
lo Canada, Called Statea aad Corope.
For Freight and Pasage and
General Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co.. L'd,
Agentoor the Itnvnflnn htnnd.
- plaoxie 314.
IEGAN VaPOB 4 PACIFIC GAS
Engines ! Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
7 Thoy cannot bo aurpasautl
for motive powor.
SEND FOR 0 AT A 1,0(1 UK
IU33-tf Sole Agent, Nuiinntl street
California Fruit Market
Comer King A Alakea bla
io s ttuiiieiH
By Every Steamer from San Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Drawing and Painting.
0. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing aud Painting taught by the lat
est Euroan method. Classes every Wed.
nesday and Saturday forenoon from X a. h.
to VI noon.
Lesson for Private PudIIs In sr
cial lines of work also glvn.
Tim Studio will be onen to visitors
every rnuay uunriiooii.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King aud Bethel bu.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Fine Carriages &c Civil Drive
To be had at all hours.
,F. S. ANDRAUE,
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
Estimates given on all kinds ol
rtTONK. CONCRETE A PLASTER WORK
tak- I'ONl'RIT A SrtUIAt.TT BA
JOHN F. BOWLER.
G. E. BOARDMAN,
Ull.H AOKNT FOR
Atlas Assurance Co.
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agents for Httwalinu Islands.
San Francisco, Sept. 20.
;ily H. S. Mnritwo.
THE ORIENTAL WAR.
JArASKSE WIS A
Thu Chinese northern squadron,
under command of Admiral Ting,
U'lt 1'ort Arthur on Friday night.
11th inst., having under convoy 14
transports. Thu latter carried Hua
uanuso troops, mostly infantry.
Thoro tvoro nlso a number of artillery-men
with their batteries on
board. Sereral Europeans accom
panied thu licet. Tho object of the
expedition was to laud thu troops
near Wiju, whouco thoy woro to bo
soul to tho front.
At thu mouth of tho Valu rirer a
fleet of warships was reported in
sight nud bearing down ou tho Chi
nese Mjutulron. Signals wero sot for
tho transports to make all speed for
a place ol safety, nud for tho Chi
nese warships to clear for actiou.
Tho transports rati in shoro and
landed many of thu troops before
the battle began.
Tho Chen Yuen, one of the most
powerful vessols iu the Chinese
nary, lired a shot at tho Japanese as
soou as tho latter canto iu range of
her guns. Tho fire was promptly
returned aud soon tho Chen ueu
was hotly engaged with two large
Japanese cruisers, ouo of which is
said to hnvo been the Chiyoda.
Thu other Japanese vessels got
into thu positions they desired and
thu fight then became general. For
six hours thu battle was waged furi
ously, the deep boout of thu groat
guns commingling with thu sharp
reports of the rilles. Nearly all thu
vessels ou both sides were engaged
for tho whole six hours.
Thu splendid cruiser Cliih Yueu
took a prominent part iu the engage
ment. Iter Krupp and Armstrong
iMins woro well served and she pour
ed hut nud well-suntnitied tires from
her auxiliary batteries. One of thu
Japanese vessels discharged a tor
pedo at her. Thu missile sped woll
from its tube arid struck the Chin
Yuen fairlr. When it exploded it
was apparent that it had done great
damage, for thu Chili Yueu began
almost immediately to settlo. Thu
crow, however, stuck to their guns
aud delivered some effective shots
bitforo thu vessol sank. Tho belted
cruiser Kiang Yuen mot a similar
fate, being struck with a torpedo
ami sinking shortly afterward. Many
of thu cruw of both vessels went
down while standing nt close quar
ters. Ouly a few ou board weru
saved, and it is reported that COO
o Ulcers anil men weru drowned by
thu foundering of thu two vessels.
After tho Chili Yuen (uot tho
Chou Yueu) aud thu Kiang Yueu
had gone down thu cruiser Yang
Wei and Chao uiig ran agrouud
while maneuvering for position.
Thoy wero helpless, and a destruc
tive lire was poured into them from
thu big gnus of thu Japanese. Some
of tho Japanese war ships devoted
themselves for a timu to tho trans
ports, which had uot timo to get out
It is believed several of tho trans
ports were sunk, iucludiug ouo from
which the troops had uot been
lauded. It is estimated that this
total Chinese loss tu killed aud
wounded is luOO. It is reported that
thu Japanese lost 1000 killed aud
Other accounts say both sides
claim a victory.
According to ouo account, the urn
neso succeeded in lauding tho troops,
but iu tho engagement which fol
lowed with the Japanese Heat tho
Chun Yueu escaped, tho Chili Yuen
of thu Chinese fleet was suuk, the
Kiaug Yuen burned, ami tho Chao
Yang nud Yang Wei are reported to
have been run ashore and wore
Three Japanese ships are also said
to have been lost.
Admiral Ting, commaudor of the
Chinese northern fleet, and Colonel
von llnuuekiu, formerly aid-do-camp
to Viceroy Li tiuuir Chauir, are re
ported killed during tho ougage
meut. Colonel von llauuekin is tho
Germau ollicor who was on board
the Kow Shuug when It was sunk by
the Japauosu cruiser Nauiwa with a
loss of about 1000 meu.
Another report says tho Japanese
succeeded in preventing the laudiug
of thu Chinese troops, aud, there
fore, the Japanese claim a victory.
It was added, however, that thu
Japanese lost four warships and the
Japanese fleet was compelled to re
treat after having BulTered heavy
losses iu killed aud wounded.
Thu Chinese fleet, it is also said,
has returned to Woihaiwoi.
A second report says that Admiral
Ting and Colonel von Ilauuekiu
were uot killed, but severoly wouud
ed. Other despatches received in Lou
don represent the battle to have
taken place ou Monday iustead of
The Chinese troops, consisting of
fourteen war shins, arrived off thu
mouth of tho Yalu river, conveyiug
traubports having on board 0000
troops. It was the intention of
Admiral Ting to disembark these
troops iu through the mouth of th
Yalu river iu order to form a force
with which to intercept the Japa
nese advance upon Moukdeu, Man-
(Continued on 4th iltys.)