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VOL. VIII. NO. 1170.
HONOLULU, H. I., WKDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1894.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
rilHTtD AUD PUBUBH1D
aXOBn SOBDAT IT TBI
Dallj BillfUo PnWlsklQ Co., L'd.,
at TBI ernoa
ta I 331 JUreaut St, IsBelali, B. L
HUBBOBIPTION-Bix Dollam a Ybab.
Jellvered In Uouololo at Firry Oihto a
Mobtb, In advance.
PUB WBBLLT BULLETIN
-IB PUBLISHED -V3DR.Y
VI Foot Dollam a Ybab to Domestic,
ind Fit Dollam to Foreign Bnbearihere,
payable In advance.
BOOK AND JOB P1IXTU.Q
oorb ia tcramioa anta.
Ba- P. O. BOX K. -eja;
Taa Dailt BDLLrrta la printed and pub
lished by tha Dally Bui latin FublUhlng
Company, Limited, at 1U offloa, Mar
ohant alraat, Honolulu. Hawaiian 11
andi. Danlal Logan, editor, raaidaa on
AJakaa atraat, Uonolala, aforaaald.
Addraia latura lor tha paper "Editor
Bollbtir," and bnilncia letter " Manager
Dally Bullatln Fubliablng Company."
Using a personal addraaa may canaa delay
luiroareas and Dbalbba ia Lctuaa ami
all aiana or Bcildirh Matbaiau.
Kurt ritrtat, Honolulu.
H. KAOKVEJLD A ao
Oeeea.!. OoaaiMiii ?
'Viruar Kurt and Q,nee'u Blreet. Houoiuiu,
JafO. S. SMITHIES.
AnuTiuaaaesabOahaA... Busies. Ahii.
Mabukona, Kobala, Hawaii.
Kakul Jewelry a apaolalt.
attention paid to all klnda of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
BOttOlMUO IKON WORKS,
Btbam Baaiaa, Bcuab Mill, Boilbu,
(Voi.aaa. Ibor, Bbam, abd La ah
Machinery ill Brery DeaerlpUon Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to 8b I pa'
Slackamlthing. Job Work azaoatod at
E. A. JACOBSON,
Watohmakkr and Jkwklkh
60S Fort Street, Honolulu, H. 1.
P. O. Box 287. Mutual Tele. tot).
Contractor and Builder.
Batlmato given on all klnda of Brick,
Iron, Btone and Wooden But. dine. Job
bin of all kind. Building Material for
ale. 310 and 612 King atreet. Ueiideuce
Telephone. Bell 227; P. O. Box U.
DR. C. W. MOORE,
1400 Van Neaa Are., 8. F Oal.
attsfsjal ABtrtaMts lor Fatisttt.
BLBOTBIOirT IB BBBVODa OlaBAIKA.
tm Dr. Moore offer Invalid all the
comforts of home, with conatant and care
ful treatment. Kefera to H. K. Macfarlane.
C B, RIPLEY ft ARTHUR BEHOLDS.
OrrioBt Maw Safe Depoalt Building.
Fort atreet, Honolulu, H. I.
Flaua, Bpeolflcatlona and Buperlnteud
enoa given for Bvery Description of Build
ing. Old Building nucceata!ly Bemod
ailed and Enlarged. Deilgu for Interior
Decoration. Maim nr Mehanln Draw
ing, Traolng and Blue Printing. Drawing
lor Book or Newspaper Illustration.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
jjf 1U1I6S1. jjf
Wholesale and ReUll Butchers
.0, J, Wallkb, t i Mauar.
Hartford Fire latviftM C
Lobssb Usosjetlra Fir In. (fe,
TaiBjesaai atomy bbUiIm las. Csx,
Nsw Tori Life lis. Cax,
G. 0. BERGER,
OwMral AMt tor lawaHu taltiit.
H USTACE & CO.
All ainda In any quantity from
hag to a ton.
From on bag to any quantity
In 4IL lengths and Bawad or Spill.
from a bag to any quantity) alao
WHITE & BLACK SAND
BtwMS lUkaa u Biekaraa tswaia.
'HUB 0NDKK8IQNKD AUB PUB
X pared to make all klnda of Iron,
Bran, Bronte, Zinc, Tin and Lead Gait
Inge. Alio a General He pair Shop lor
BU-am Knglnei. Hlce Milli. Corn Mllla,
Water Wheeli. Wind M llli, etc Macbluei
for thr Cleaning of OolTee, Oaator OUi.
Beam, Itamle, Blial, Plueai.pl Learea and
other Fibroua Planta and Paper Block.
Alao Machine for Extracting Btarch from
tbe Manioc, Arrow Boot, ate.
All ordera promptly attaudad in
WHITE, RITMAN ft CO.
HOP H1NG & CO.,
m HOTEL BTHBKT,
- Wbolaaala Dealer in
Liprs and Hanila Cigars
Gensral Ctafnestj Merchmdli
Nut Oil, Bice, Matting,
Chinese Silk, Tea, Ktu.
EsaUak BBi Aaerioai Qroosriss
By Brery Coait Steamer.
MUTUAL TBLKPHONE 147.
W. W. AHANA,
333 XTvlxux'U BUMt
KINK SUITING aS
ungltSQ, Scotcb ud Unflrlcao Goods.
Btyle and Fit Guaranteed.
('loaning & Repairing
lutDil Tela. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
The Best Linch in Town.
rt-f ts.nci OorTMtt
T ALL HUUBii
IHK KINHkST BHANIih tf
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAVI ON HAMI).
H. J. JSrOLaTB, JProp,
WM. 6. IRWIN 4 GO.
offbr roB balb
lbx. obom aoa
(Mttmtid Hlji Glide Cue bitm
Wa ara alao prepared to taka order tot
Meaamrea. M. Ohlevndt Oo
Insuring prompt deliver
BOILED LUCOL I
r xnia la a superior Paint Oil, eon
umlng laaa pigment than Llnaeed Oil, and
living a laallng brllllanoy to colon.
Used with drier It gives a iplendld floor
Pskfetsx CsjuUkj Cx's Ctmsi bm
rtaAtriaa raiBT rc't
Conpoiods, Roofing A Pipen,
Itta I pitHI SIMM riH ClHMM
iarsves' DUaMai, EiaasJ Bver
Baiwcially daalgnad lor Vacuum I'aua.
Wru. U. Irwin
W. M. Olnard,
Thao. O. Porter
Praeldent and Manager
Baeretary and Treaanrer
ioth or ma
Oceailc Stfamihlp CenpaiT,
OF BAN FBANOIBOO, OAL.
PACIFIC TBANSFie CO.,
87 King Streaeat.
Cut Rttet iiBiogaoel
Baggage Checked from Hotel and B.
denoaa direct to destination.
Trunka delivered to all parte ol the city
or on board steamers for
25 CENTS EACH.
All other freigbt In accordance.
Be sure and ring us up.
BeU 203-TLBPflONE-Mut 662
Bill Tax. 881. Mutual Tbl. 607.
P. O. BOX 32L
128 ft ISO FORT BTHEET.
BlacknniUiisg IN 4kW7h.
Order from tbe other Island In
BmUatai, TrlanUg, Palatial, Me., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WKIGHT, Piiop.
iBnnnesBor to O. West.)
Excursion to Waikiki
B OBNTS I
Notice to the Public !
SMITH WILL HUN A CHEAP EX.
uursion to Walklkl. A Bus will leave
from the Old Chlnenu Theatre, King street,
at Every Half Hour and Every Hour
(dally) to the Biratvar Terminus, Wei
cjaaavJv JjL ' j
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occldeoul and Oriental S. S. Co.
Psr T0I01AMA aai I0M0I0N0.
Btaamara of tha abora Uompanlaa will
oall at Honolulu on their way to the above
pona on or boom me following aatea:
Bttur "CHINA" Norembar 12, 1M
Btmr OUKAMIO"...Decetntwr 11, 1KM
Btrar "OH IN A" January 21 1K
Btmr "OOBANIO".. .February 10, 1K
Bttnr"OHINA" April 2. IK
Btaamara of tha abora Uompanim will
call at Honolulu on tbeir way trotn Hung'
kong and Yokohama to the abora port on
ina xoionams to ine i
nt the following detail
Btmr "OCRANIO".. Norembar 19, IBM
Btmr"OHINA" December 31 UtH
8tmr"GAKL,I0" February 16, 1898
Btmr "PKKU" March 29 1K9S
Btmr "QAKUU" April 98, 1896
I4TI8 OF PISS1GI III 18 'OUOIS:
BAKA. to B0e
Cabin, round trio 4
montha OB u.
Cabin, round trip II
montha 163 Ui
Buropaan Steerage .. 80 00
S7Paaaangera paying full rare will be
allowed 10 percent on" return fare If return
lug within twelve month
eW For Freigbt and PaaMg apply to
& BACIFELD ft CO.,
1H7 U AlSlts.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Ausinliin Mail Service
the Now and Fine Al Steel Hianiui
41 MARIPOSA M
Ol ine Ooeauic Bteamihlp Compao) will
be due kt Honolulu from Byduey and Auck
land on or about
And will leave lor the above i-urt with
Mall and Passenger on or about that date.
For Sysjey u AackUmd:
Tbe New and Flue Al Bteel Bteaiushlv
Of th Oraanic Bteamimp Comjiany will
be due al Houoluln, Irom Ban Francisco,
on or about
Mall aud Passenger for thr above porta.
Tbe underaigued ara now preiwirwl to Issue
THOUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
II THI UNITED STATU
tfgf For further particular ragerdlny
Freigbt or Paaaaga apply to
TbL Q. 11WIN A CO., LUL,
WB qeBeraJ Amta.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F.
for 8. F,
Not. 3 Nov. 10
tltxi. 1 Dec H
Deo. iO Jan 6
Jan. iO Feb. 3
Feb. 3 March2
March i March . SO
Apri'Si April IT
May IB Mat 115
June IS Junefi
July 13 JuiyiM
Aug. 10 Aug. 17
Sept 7 Bept 14
Oct.5 Oct 12
Nor 2 Nov.
From Ban Francisni
From Sydney foi
MONOWAI, Oct. 2.5 I ALAMEDA, ct 1H
ALAMEDA Nov. Vi MAKli'iirJA Nov, 15
M VKII'DHA. Deo 20 MONuWAI, Den III
MONOWAI, Jan. 17 Al.AMhDA. Jan 10
ALAMEDA, Feb, MlMAItlPOSA Kdb 7
aiauii'iiia .inr ii i .tmnuwAi, ar i
MONuWAI Air I1IALAMKDA Apr. 4
ALAMKDA Miy 0 MAItlPOSA M 2
MMCiroHA Jiinetl MONOWAI, Mai fr
MONOWAI, Julj 41 ALAMKDA, Junetf
ALAMKDA, v I MAKII'OHA July 2.5
MAItlPOSA, Aiw.2!l MONOWAI, Aiik2-'
MONOWAI, Hep'.'U ALAMKDA H iiclll
Al AMUDA, On -U MAItlPOSA On. 17
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Oor, Allan A Port Sit.,
Canadian-Anstralian Steamship Line
ttramer nt ttie aiiore Line, running lb connection with tn
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver. B. 0.,
A.RH3 DITH3 -A.T
On or about the datee
Worn Sydney and Sura, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. O.t
,. November .1
Tavnia TleketB tsaaaa froa eaaltlH
raaioBT abd rAaiia Aiiaiirti
D. McNIOOLL, Montreal, Canada.
BOBBKT KKItB. Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. BTKKN, Ban FrancUco, Cal.
O. McL. BKOWN, Vanconrer, B. 0.
Wilders Steamship Go.
W.O. WiLBBB, Free. 8. B. Hoaa, Hee.
Oai-t. J. A. Kikh, Port Bupt.
OLABKB, OeauuidH ,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m.. touching at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Makena the
aameday; Mahukona, Kawatbaeand Lau
pahoeboe the following day, arriving at
Hllo at midnight.
Friday Oct. 20
Tuesday Nov. 0
Friday Nor. HI
Tueniar Nov -27
Friday Dec. 7
Tuesday Dec. 18
Returning leaves Hllo, loticblng at Lau
pahoeboe same day; Kawalhae a. u.; Ma
hukona 10 a. m.: Makena 4 r. m.: Maalaea
Bay 0 r. M.: Lahalna H r. u. tbe following
day; arrirtng at Honolulu h a. m. Wedues-
naya ana naturaaya.
AKKIVRH AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday Oct 21
Baturday Nov. 3
Wednesday Nov. M
Wednesday Dec.' o
Baturday Dec. lft
Wrdnerday Dec. iW
ATJaT" No Freigbt will be motived after
U noon on day ol sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tufnlay si b
r. si., touching at Kaliulul, lliieln. IJaiia
nniuun nnu iviiwuniu.
KeturnlnR will arrive at Hnnnlnln every
W No Freight will h nrwivnd after
4 r. w. on aay ol nailing.
Consignee must be at the lauiiimts to
receive tbelr Kreiuht. a we will not
..' a . . . ... '1
ourselves ruapoiislule aliiii such Freliibl
haa txjen landed
While tbe Cotnnanv will ure due dill-
Sence In handling Live Htock, we decline ,
j assume any resonlblllty In i-. of the
loss of same.
Tbe Company will not tie reMionslbln lor
Money or Jewelry unless pUcod In ibe care
Hawaiian Investment Co
NKUOTIATES LOANS ON
Real Estate & Personal Property
STOCKS AND BONDS
BOUOHT AND SOLD
If yon have URAL ESTATE for Hale we
can nnd on a Purchaser
If you have HOUBKB FOB IlKNT, wn
can And 'leuant.
General Real Estate Agents
IS and 15 Kaabumaiiu Btr.eta,
IsCutual Telephone 63Q
0. A. LONO,
16 Kaanumanu Breet. Tulephune tOU
Mm, Uoarduum has removed the bal
ance oj her ituclc from Jlutel street In
her private Rrtitlence, where the in-
tendtclotinp it out at private tale. It
U arranged and ready for iiuprotlan,
and at the intend to retire permanent- '
ly from buiiuem the Uoodt will be told
reiiardlew of Cost. Old putront ure
cordially invited to pay her a vMt.
Ring Up Botb Telephones 122
i'n HI HolllllKtr'.Mli'it-lliif Hliuf
ljf.n (.( nt K'
HO VWN KMK & (X).
tl Siiiianu lltreni
riasmitba, Plifflbioy. Etc.
UKOUKKUY and OLAHHWAHK,
N. 8. W.. and calling at Victoria. B. 0.,
below ateted, rla.i
From Victoria and Vancouver, B
for Sura and Sydney!
to Oaaaaa, OHM lUiaa aai Bbtob.
For Freight and Pajiate and all
uenerai inrormauon, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agenli or tht Hawaiian Itlnnd.
California Fruit Market,
Corner King A AJakaa Bta.
By Bvery Steamer from Ban Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Kto., Kto.. Ktn., Etc
Regan Vapor a Pacific Gas
THE BEST IN THE MA1IET.
Thejr cannot be urraised for uiotlve
BBB-BEND FOB CATALOGUE -a
ltK-tt Bole Agent, Nuuanu atreet
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merohant "(I Tailors
HoihI St., under Arlington Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Received by Every Bteaiuer
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
ASSIGNEES -:- SALE!
The Entire Stock
WEJMNEK & CO-
WILL BE BOLD
Regardless of Cost.
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing aud Painting taught by the Uv
eal European methods. Classes every Wed
nesday aud Katurday forenoon from K a. m.
to 12 noon.
Ijesson for Private Pupil In spe
cial line of work alio given.
. The Studio will be onen to vlnitor
every Friday afternoon.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Hte.
- SOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages Ac Civil Driven
To be bad at all hour.
.). S. ANDRADK,
rrtera Irfl ut His nclficajavdiunvr
Coiiivuim'a fttore lulll li
prciiiiptltt nllsnrtsrt to.
Bntli Tolephnnca lO.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
KbmirI" given on all kinds of
itTONK.CONCKKTK . PLA8TKB WOKK
rnNcaiTs a srioui.TT aat
JOHN K BOWLER
Atlas Assurance Go.
M.W. SCHMIDT ft SONS,
AganU lor Hawaiian Ialanda.
Engines il Launches !
the Quadruped Wouldn't and
the Hurricane Blew.
The skipper of a merchant resiel
in port had an exciting ride behind
a runaway horse on Monday evening,
and now says that he would rather
be in a hurricane on board his vessel
than suffer a similar sensation. The
skipper had been out driving in a
buggy with a companion, and about
10 o'clock decided to return to the
stables. His companion alighted
and the skipper drove into town.
Near the Opera House, the animal
he wan driving became frightened at
something and he lost control. The
horse headed for Kalihi and the
mastor of the merchantman becom
ing excited sang out to let go tbe
anchor. At intervals his cries of
"Save met Save met'' w era heard
along tho road. Two mombors of
tlio mounted patrol anu others gave
chase, aud the runaway was stopped
at the tramways terminus at Kalihi.
the horse being completely fagged .
out. When tho rig with its driver
was brought to the Station, the
skipper was told not to go so fast
next time. He promised he wouldn't,
adding ho would rathor be in a
cyclone reefig tho lower topsails
than trying to navigate a runaway
The Policy of Deceit.
A writer in tbe Advertiser is evi
dently troubled about the futuro of
the annexation movement. Tho ad
mission is frankly made that the
supporters of tho schome are press
ing it too far; that warning has
como from Washington that ventila
tion of the subject thoro is injuri
ous to tho prospects of annexation.
It is not tho first time that deceit
has been considered necessary to tha
furthoriug of tho plans of the junta
who have directed tho annexation
movement hero for these many years.
The Hon. J. F. StaUinjrs. of Ala
bama, said in opening a speech in
the Washington House of Repre
sentatives, speaking to a resolution
on Hawaiian affairs: "During our
national existence, covering a period
of more than a century, 1 must ad
mit that our policy as regards the
Hawaiian Islands under different
administrations, has not at all times
been free) from tbe chargo of incon
sistency and unfairness, if not dis
honesty. The diplomatic
correspondence carried on between
the home oilice during the different
administrations by Mr. Maruy, Mr.
Webster, Mr. lilaino, and other
great secretaries with our airouts
and Ministers at Hawaii, can loavo
in the mind of the student uo doubt
of the fact that wo have suborned
for tho possession of these islands
for more than three-quarters of a
century. Mr. Stevens, our Minister
at Honolulu, familiar with this cor
respondence, regardless of his writ
ten instructions from the State De
partment, determined that be would
umke a 'coup d'etat' aud by a single
stroke of a master hand lu diplo
macy secure tho much desired and
the long-wisbed-for ocean prize. He
succeeded so far as his part of tho
great work was concerned, but, un
fortunately for his reputation, be
fore this work could bo consummat
ed, there was a change of adminis
tration, and a return to au honest
national policy, such as had con
trolled Washington and Jefferson."
The Outlook says tho principle
coutonded for by Mr. Cleveland, in
his message ou Hawaiiau affairs, was
just and uoble, aud the President
struck a note which will become
dominant in United States history.
The most sanguine annexationist
can but take notice that Americans
will have nothing to do with a
scheme that is a stench in tho nos
trils of honest men. The policy of
deceit which has been practiced by
auuoxationists in America aud Ha
waii has over-reached itself. Des
pite the hopelosBuess of the cause
tho junta in control of affairs here
continue to shout their slogan in
the vaiu hope that they can con
tinue to deceive mo men who ueipea
them to the Republic under tbe
cloak of aiim xatiou. As the writer
in the Advertiser suggests, it is time
that the auuexatiouists gave up
their vain hopo and worked for tbe
Republic The writer remembers
that during the protracted negotia
tions for reciprocity in trade, which
fiually oultuiuated iu the jug-handled
troaty with the United States,
oue of the negotiators remarked
that ouo of the difficulties that beset
the negotiations was that what was
said here iu favor of the treaty, that
the treaty iusured the iudepeudence
of tho kingdom, could uot be re
peated iu Washington, where the
argument was used that tbe treaty
was a step towards annexation. The
policy ol deceit is pioviug to be a
boomerang aud if those who seem
interested in periHtuating the policy
can read the signs of the timea they
will surely deaiht while there is time.
The Advertiser's writer says; "Some
of the most effective reasons for an
nexation are not apparent, aud are
not dinciitut-d publicly here, aud
have not, therefore, come to the ears
of those who havo much ut stake in
the country, aud who will favor it
whenever they clearly uuderatand
the situation. This is the same old
lie that has torred to keep, iu Hue
the stalwarts of the party. Au old
proverb rends: ilread of deceit is
sweet to a maul but afterwards his
mouth shall bo tilled with gravel,"
Fa i it Pi.u.
Vote for II, Klemmr, the ftoylf't