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Daily Bulletin Supplement, November 7, 1894.
IS THE '
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Save Half the Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving In V igmont.
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stead of Liticccd Oil, Ixcnuce:
crni. I more Humble thtiti Mtutril
2. I.ticot. ti more
tn.mnnlftl thn l.lh
PROOF THAT LUCOL If MOKK
Six yearn of actual line in cxtcrim
houi-e painting in California (the
most trying climate for public), in
the burning heat of tho Anzoun Dee
crt, the Arctic cold ol Alanka. anil on
tho Atlantic count, have fully anil
practically shown Hint Lucol. ulwiiyf
outwear Linseed Oil under the iiiiic
conditioiiK. All the icid work in
Man Fraucltsco have dfociirilcd l.fn
need Oil for Lucol,.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOUItSKLF.
Put Mtrong animoniu on Liuot-cd nml
Lucol paint. The Lintci-d pitintr
are duxtroyed in a few mlnut"; the
Lucol paint are practically uiinllect
J'lHiOK THAI l.UtMI. IS
Break up 1) lite, pimte white b-.nl
in one pint of Lt'coi., and tin- i-anti-quautily
in one pint of Linuccd Oil.
Spread the paints on eimllar dark
Mirfaco for cnmpariHon. Tin- Lucol
paint iqmtmU as far :ie and cover
much belter than the Linrccd paint.
To gel equally good covering wilb the I
Linoi'i-d paint you have to tire 12$ !!. (
of white lead to one pint of LiiiM-i-il '
Oil. Tlii nieaiix u caving of j lb of
panto lead lo each pint of Lucol iim-iI,
or 0 lh. to every gallon, equivalent
in your having more than half the
liret coxtof the Lucol..
Lucol. in not in competition mil.
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Honolulu. Oct. 17, lKSt. in.VIni
AT A nTTPU .MAiuifuuturer of l'ancy
uAUUuili WrnuKlit Iron Fences
Inr Iturlul l.ot, Uestiilencet., Oarileiif, Hal
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FBOM THE SEAT OF WAR.
Interesting Items by the Latest Chi
I Contributions toward the fuuds of
the Red Cross Society of Japan have
been received from many foreigners
tn TVilftn fttirl VntfntiAfn
It is stated that the Imperial
treaure in Moukdon amounts to
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mcivi' uuuuimi uiimiuup ui uuiioic
the accumulation of two centuries.
Captain Feng of the Cblhyueti
is said to have been beheaded for
cowardice. Wo don't believe it, but
if it were true it would be curious
as well as horrible. The Chih-yuen
was the only vowel that reaped of
the three that encountered a Japa
nese flying squadron on the 2uth of
July, and 'he escaped in a condition
described by foreigners who naw her
afterwards at Port Arthur as very
shocking. Having uudergouo the
uecessarv repairs she is said to lime
boeu present with the Chinese fleet
.. al.o 17 I. ImmI llitft lia iaiinSti
"" ' " ' V' ' "T V" ",V...T' i.I ..'
iniuuiiiK viiat ue uau uui-.niv uou
his fill of fighting, made a gallery of
his ship and looked on at the battle.
Ho was naive enough afterwards to
describe what he had seen and his
simplicity and garrulity would seem
to havo cost him his head.
There has been a great influx of
Japanese traders into Corea tdnco
the fall of l'yong-jaug.
Foreign military attaches are fol
lowing the Japanese troop by per
mission of the War Department.
Tho members of tho House of
Peers have presented 551,500 cigar
ettes to the Japanese soldiers in
A Japaneso clerk in the service of
the Ordnauce department at Tiont-
1 sin, has been decapitated.
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--'isi ran. mioj.c suoscnpi.ous iowio
"".,'. , '; "iy- "" ""''" i
by the Naval Department.
Major von Uanneken m roporled
in China to have rejoiniHl the Chi-,
nese uijet, nav ug ouiy wen wounii-
Otani Kahei, the great Japanese
tea tuerchaut of lokohama, has pre-
seuted a ; thousand bags of tea to the
War and Naval Departn en ts.
The value of gold dust, silver sne-
e e, and Coreau money captured by
the Japanese army after thjioccupa-
"0Ui?r rK0DW"nB '" ""U,"M, nv
p was wrecked
near Wenchow recently. When hr
passengers, consist nig o some wu
uasseuuers, consisting of some 1000
Ulllimi wyupn, iiinun u .-., iurj
........ . I. ...I !...! t I... ul ..j.vd.titi
aud mutilateil other members of the
crew, alleging treachery as au ex
cuse for their diabolical behavior.
THE OHKAT NAVAL HATTLK.
' The Japan Mail obtains the fol
lowing report of the great naval bat-
. tie of September 17 from the native
1 The object of the Japanese squad
ron's proceeding northward was to
I intercept any troops that might be
sent from China to re-iu force the
1 nrmy in Corea. The Third Flying
Squadron, together with the Amaki
aud the lwaki had been sent up the
Ta (long river to co-operate with the
land forces. The First Flying
Squadron (.Yoshino, Takacbiho,
, Akitsushima and Naniwa) were iu
' the van of the line with tho Yoshino
at their head. Then came the Prin
cipal Squadron (MalsiiHhima, Chi-
' yoda. ltsukushima, Hashidate, Hiyei
and Fuso), aud the rear was brought
up by the Akagi aud Saikyo.
I The Chinese ships, when sighted,
were on their way back from the
; Yalu, whither tluy had convoyed
some 10,000 troopn. The squadron
1 consisted of tho Ting-yueu, Chen-
' yuen, King-yueii, Lai-yuen, Chih
yuen, Ching yuen, Chi-yuen (T), Ping
yuen, Chao-yung, Yaug-wei, Wei
yuen, Kwang-chia, Kwnng-piug, and
, one other, with mx torpedo boats.
ill wiivi- un-nviimru m. v.r. ......
I Tho nhipK were hugging the siiore
I as thouuh to escape ob'ervatiou.
nud were evidently heading for Port
Arthur. When first seen they were
iu oiie line, but they presently
changed to two ranks in echelon.
The Yoshino signalled their pre
sence, unit Admiral Ilo ordered tin
fleet to prepare for action.
As tho Bquadrous drew near, the
Chinese slightly altered their course
and opened lire nt about eight thou
sand metres. The Flying Squadron
made no immediate reHpouse. hut
moving on rapidly through smoke I
and shells, commenced practice at
HO00 metres. The effect of the Jap
anese lire son made itself apparent.
The Uhao-yang burst into flame, and
the Yang wni had to be run ashore.
At 1 p. in. tho Saikyo rau up a signal
that the Hiyoi and Akagi were in
danger, and the rest of the squadro"
went to their assistance, but the
enemy now left tho Hiyei and Aka.i
and directed thoir attack against the
principal squadron. The Admiral
now signalled to tho Hiyei and
Akagi to draw out of the fight , which
they did, the latter assisting the
former to put out a Are that had
broken out on hoard The Saikyo
Marti, at this stage, had her steering
gear destroyed, and the ironclads
Ting-yiieu and Chen yuen pressed
her so hard that her only means of
escape was to steam between them.
The two big ships sheered off, as she
approached; they probably feared
rainmiug. Three torpodoo were
fired at her. but all were badly aim
ed. The enemy's firo now liegan to
slacken, and the Japanese redoub
ling theirs, the Chih-yuen was sunk.
A part of the euemy's fleet, con
sisting of four ships, steamed off to
wards tho coast at this stage, pur
sued by the flying squadron, while
the principal squadron held the
ironclads and their contorts, which
were evidently disponed to retire.
Shortly afterwards the Tiug-yuou
caught fire, and the Hying squadron,
coming up with the fugitive ship,
forced the Lai-yuen out to sea again
nud sank her. She lost her steering
gear and was moreover in flames;
and settling down by the stern, she
went under amid tho shrieks of her
crew. It was now f:30 p. m. The j
flying squadron had been obliged to
desist from the pursuit of the other
three fugitives owing to
three fugitives owing to shallow
t Tu y.uino, however, wut
after one ! the enemy a torpedo-1
,)()ll ,)Ut nmwi 1millouftttuiy
, M t ,r0i Th(J firt '.,
" ' t , t t bout ouu loUPi
during It, either tho Cbao-yuug or .
Yang-wei was sunk. '
, ,, lLt, ( onKnK0,m,nt the
F, Squadron and tho Principal
. Squadron separating, ranged them '
bo'h .i,,' )f t
mi pnnk lithr tho ('hih-yuen, or
CBDg.JUOII tno Chen-yuen and
kIwmuwi Iwluir net on fire. The
third engagement la-gan at about ,
.CM) p. m. and lasted until i:;w p. m.
It was conducted iu two parts, the
Flying Smiatlrou pursuing a section
t f the Chinese navy that had lied,
, ,, .,.- I. IU!ill-l Souai roil filflltiUlf
. . .. .. . '
... i. Mui iriitm mla ami
with the ironclads aud thoir con
sorts. At every hit madu a shout
was raised by tho firing side. Uuco
the enemy getting within easy tor
pedo range of tho Hiyei, discharged
a torpedo at her, anil wero so confi
dent of sinking her that they cheered
as the torpedo left the tube. Hut tho
Hiyei, by a turn of her helm, avoid
ed the danger, aud destroyed tho
torpedo with one of her quick-firing
guns as it passed, tho Japaneso
cheering the incident lustily.
In the Nichi NichiShimbiin wo find
some particulars showing through
what a terrible ordeal tho MatMi
shiuia passed in tho naval battle on
the lab September. When tho
order was given, at a few minutes
past noon, to clear for action, the
gunnery lieuteuaut mustered ti2 gun
ners at tho various batteries. Au
hour later only IS remained fit for
duty: the rest had all fallen, killed
or wounded. Tho decks wero iu an
appalling htato; strewn with limbs
ami mutilated trunks aud covered
with blood. Yel tho crow fought ou
uudaunted. Presently a shell from
one of tlio Chen-yuoira 37-ton guns
struck the second harliotto gun ou
the starboard side, nud bursting car
ried death aud destruutiou to every
one aud everything in tho vicinity.
All tho forward cabins on that side
were wrecked, a huge hole was rent
iui he deck, Humbert of men wero
killed, among them the gunnery
lieutenant, whoso body seems to
have Immiii completely swept to turn,
since nothing was found of him but
his cap aud telescope. Another shell
of t lie samo calibre sot tho ship ou fire,
aud though tho conflagration was
Hiion extinguished, hoveral men wore
burned, some fatally. The ship re
mained at her place throughout,
despit" this terrible handling.
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