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VOL. VIII. NO. 1190.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1 894.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
MIMTBD AND rOBLISBID
SIl'tPT SUNDAY BT TBI
DaUy Bulletin Publlsblng Co., LU,
4T thi urrtos
186 328 tftrcfeant 81., Honolata, B. I.
tJUHttOIUPTION-Btl Dollar YA.
.leltvered In Honolulu at Kirrr Oiht a
MnNtH. In advance.
m, WEEKLY BULLETIN
l rnriA DOLLAR A Ya to Domestic,
mt Kit Dollar to Korean Hnhsorlhar
payable In ad vaunt.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
on in fturiitot, HTTLa.
P. 0. BOX 89. -tjfl
rat Daily HnLLrriM li printed and pub
lished by the Dally Bulletin Publishing
Company, Limited, at Ita offlce, Mer
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian 111
audi. Daniel logan, editor, reiidei on
Alakea trret, Honolulu, aforeiald.
Address lettera for the iaer " Kdltor
Unu.iTiN," and business letters "Manager
Dally Ilullnlln Publishing Comuany."
Using a personal addren may causa delay
UWKKfl A OOOXK.
linr.ikTsiia tnu DiiLlM ta I.UHnai tan
i.i. aiHi.n or llnn.iMNii Miiiiiiu
Kurt Ul'ieel, Hoiiultilu
H HAOKKKLl) A OO..
.rni Kurt and Wiixeti niirfin, Hiihuiimii.
JNO. 8. HMITUIKB.
i.iTnmss aillN.i. llii'insa. Aai
Mahiikiina, Kuhala, Hawaii.
a iiieclalty. Farticulai
I to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell illock, .Merchant Btreet.
HONOLULU IKON WOHKB.
Htiam KiioiHas, Uuiua Milu, Boilks,
Ooiii.ikh laoN, Brass, and l.str
Machinery of Krery Description Made ui
Order. Fartlcnlar atteutlon paldtoBhlps'
Blauksnilthlng. Job Work execaUul at
E3. A. JACOBSON,
Watoiimajckh and Jkwki.kh
u i.6 Koj:i Ulr"et Honolulu, H. J.
F. O. Box 287. Mutual Tele. .
COXTHACTOH AND Jiini.DKIt.
RitlnmteN given on all kinds of llrlck,
Iron, Hlonu hiiiI Winxleu Uiii.illugs. Job
bliig of all kUuU Building Maturlal fur
Bulf. 310 unit nl2 King street. Jtutideiicu
'ieluphone, Hell 227; if. O. Box II.
Dli. C. W. MOOKE,
1400 Van Ness Ave., B. F., Oal.
Elegtat ApwtaieHU fur PtUeiti.
ILIOTIIUtTT IN NIRVOUM DISIABBS.
' Dr. Moore otters Invalids all tin.
oomfnrtaof home, with roustaut and care,
fill treatment. Itefers to H. K. Macfarlane.
C. B. BIPLKT & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Urrira: New Bate Deposit Bullillog
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I
FlatlS. BlieClfJraLIoiiH hi id KiiiMTliii,,.l
enoe given for Kvery Description of Build
lug. Old Buildings sitcctsafull) Uemud
e led and Knlarged. Design for Interim
DettoratluiiP Maps or Merhanli-al Draw
lug, 1 racing and ftluu I'rlnlliig. Driwlngs
for lluok or NewspaK-r Illustration.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
4 wwiiosT 5Q
Wholesale and Retail Botchers
O, J.Wai.uh, t : MaunKtr,
WH. 6. IRWIN & CO.
OFFBU FOB BALI
kbit, moss A 101
CeiBDniiod Ulgii Grids Case Imam
We ere also prepared to take orders for
Umnn N. Orile.ndt J Oo.'i
Misfiring prompt delivers
tW Thli It a interior Paint Oil. eon
lining less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colore.
Uaed with drier It civet a iplandld floor
ralrBBBkCBBBlBf C.'i Caned Beef
ASAfrias fAIHT oo,'
GompooDds, Roofing & Pipers.
IiiU'i Pitin Stein Plpi Cttirtit
Jarboei1 OUkioifl, Biaaiel Bver
Rilet.'lBlly deslRUed tor Vacuum Pans.
PACIFIC TRANSFER GO.,
87 King Stret.
Cat Ratet in Baggage I
lUicgage llhecked from Hotels and Residence-,
direct to destination.
Trimki dollTiTfd to all parts of the city
or nu board stamttrn lor
25 CENTS EACH.
All oilier freight In accordance.
He suro mid rliiK us up.
Bull 203-TELEPHONE-Mut. 662
J. R. MILLS,
Wm. 6. lrwio & Go.
Win, U. lrwiu.
W. M. Oltrard.
Theo. 0. ForUr
President and Manager
Becretary end Treasurer
usNVfi or THe
Oceanic Steamihlp Geapuf,
OK HAN FKANUIBOO, OAL.
Hkm. Tei.. 881. Mutual Tel. 607.
P. O. JtOX 321,
iat & ISO FOKT BTUKKT.
BUcksmithing ,N tSiM.
Orders from the other Islands In
Building, Ttiaualng, PalBtlag, Etc, Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WHIGIIT, Phop.
(BnoceM4ir to O, West,!
Excursion to Waikiki
B OENTS I
Notice to the Public I
U.MITII WILL HUN A UJIKA1 K.W
O ourelon to Waikiki. A Bus will leave
from the Old Ohlueite Theatre, Klui' street,
at Kvery Half Hour and Kvery Hour
(daily) to tliu Hirt-et ear Terminus, Wai
O. B DWIOHT
Does all kinds ol Work In
Oment & Stone Sidowaiks & Curbing.
He Inihiiii hand a larK supply of (!lil.
lif.K Oriiiote I'urli ami aUay aep Ha
uilliiill OiirlilliK Hlolio, Ktimale ulveu
and lime.t prices assiued. llellTeleplioii
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go,
rsr YOKOHAMA a4 HONGIONQ.
Btaamen of the above Companies will
eall at Honolulu on their way to the abnv
porta on or about the following dates!
Btinr "OCEANIC". ..December 11, WH
Btmr "CHINA" January 21, IK'O
Btmr"OOKAN10"... February 19, IKtt
Btmr "CHINA" April 2. Itt
Hteaniere of the abore Companies will
eall at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates!
Btrar "OOKANIO".. November 19, im
Btmr "CHINA" December 31, 1KB
Btmr"QAKI.IU" February It), KMft
Btmr"FKKU" March ). INtt
Htnir "OAKLIO" April 2B, 1st.'.
IITIS OP PISSaQI III AS FOLLOWS:
ro toko ro honu
, MAMA. tOHII.
Oabin IIM CW 117ft 00
Oabln, round trip 4
tnonthi I28ti tin 6u
Oabln, round trip II
montht fl Mi mm 25
European BUwraira . t un tOCi 00
ay- PaasenKer paying fnll fare will be
allowed 10 percent oil return fare If return,
inn within twelve month!
For Freight and I'asKage apply in
H. HACKFELD CO.,
an ti Agent.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
iDitnliiD lail Servint
The Nest and Fine Al Hu-el Htra,iilii
III ttie INwaulc BUiamshlp Uoiiihiii will
be due at Honolulu from Hydnny and Aunk
land on or about
And will leare tor the abore ihhi with
Malls and Passengers on or about that datn.
For Syiaey aid Anckland:
The New and Flue Al Bteel Bleamshli
" ALAMEDA "
01 the Oceania Uteamshlp Ooiiinniiy will
be due at Honolulu, from Ban Franoisro.
ou or about
And wUI have prompt daipauib
The undersigned ere now prepared to Issne
TII0U6I TICKETS TO AIL POINTS
II III UNITED STATES
JaV For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. Q. DIWIN A CO., Ltd.,
WH OeBertl AgeeU.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA
from B. F.
for ti. F.
Dec. I Deo. X
Deo. vl) Jhii C
Feb. 23 March U
March 'S March 'M
April 20 April '.7
Aiay ih Mav 23
July 13. ,
Bept 7 .
Oct. S ..
. Hept II
. Ort. 12
From Bau FranclM-i
From Byduey toi
ALAMKDA Nov il i M HI'i1A Ni.v Ift
MtKIPOHA De, 2U MuN'iWAI IVc 13
MONOWA1, Jhii. 17 i Ai.AMkUA .ln HI
ALAMKDA, F-li 1 1 ' M AHI I'OHA Feb 7
MAHIPOSA Mar II l MONO.VAI, Mar. 7
MONOWAI.Apr II ALAMKDA Apr. I
ALAMKDA May II I M AKII'OKA .Uj 2
Mi 111 I'OHA June II MMNOWA1, Mi) :l
MONOWAI, July ALAMKDA, June 27
ALAMKDA, Aim I MAHIPOHA. July 2.'i
MAHIPOHA, Am-.'..! MONOWAI, Auk --'
MONOWAI, Hept.Vll ALAMKDA K pi III
ALAMKDA, Oct 21 1 MAItlPOaA Oi'i. 17
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Cor, Allan Port SI., Unnululu,
IKH.IJKTKK & CO.,
10M -It AtfMs
-.learners of tha atiove Line, running In connection with th
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
tletween Vancouver. B. ()., and Hydncy, N. 8. W., and calllnK at Victoria, II. I).,
Honolulu and Buys FIJ1,
A.RB DtTB A.T HONOLULU
On or about the dates below stated, via. I
Kroru Sydney ind Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. O.t
Through Ticket lined from Bonolnlo
fusiMtiT Aim rAMixttaa axkhts.
I). MctUl'Ol.ti, Montreal, Oanndn.
KOUKUr KKKK, Winnipeg, Canada
SI M. HTKKN, Ban Francison, Cal.
U. McU IIHUWN, Vanrnnver, II. U.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
i Wild a, 1'rei. H. II. Itoha iu-.i.
Urt. J. A. Kino, FortHupl
Will leare llotiolnln al2r. .. totirlmiK rt
lthaliia, Maalaea Hay and Slaki-na the
eameilay; Mahukona, Kawallmc and lau
palioehoc the following day, nrrlrlng at
Itilo at midnight.
Tuesday Nov. 27
Friday Dei'. 7
Tuesday Dec. IK
Kettirnlug leaves illlo, touching at l.an
iiahoehoe same day; Kawalbac a. m., Ma
liukoua 10 a. m.; ilakvna 1 r. a.; Maalaea
Hay Or. m.; Ijilmlim e r. w. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu (I a. m. Wednes
day and Uaturdnys.
AUIllVKH A'l HONOI.III.U.
No Frrll.nt will he received
12 noon on daf of lulling.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesdtv at 6
r. m,, louohlug at Kahulul, Huelo, Hana,
Hnmoa and kipahnlu.
lleturnliig will arrive at Honolulu every
-No Freight will be rrietved alter
t r. m. on nay of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings to
receive their Freight, as we will not hold
ourselves responsible alter snob
has been landed.
While the Company will use due dill
Sence in handling Live Htock, we decline
i assume any responsibility In cane of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be resouslble for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
Hawaiian iDYestmem Co
NKOOTIATKB LOANB ON
Real Estate & Personal Property
STOCKS AND BONDS
HOUOlir AND HOLD
If you have KKAL KSTATK for Bale we
can tl tul j ou a Purcmiber.
If you have HOUHKB FOB KKNT, we
can II nil 'tenants.
General Real Estate Agents
13 and 1ft Kaahumami Htnots,
(Nrnr Putt Oihcu )
Mutual Telephone 638
O. A. LONO,
lo Kaaiiumanu Btreet. Telephone ILI'I
WENNEK & CO.
PosnlvMy the LaM Hontb
THAT TIII.3K -
Gords will be on Sale!
11 0 liS 1. 1.0 A III)
LKSS Ol-' COST
lllnlies ami (lliii'are Wauteill
I'liK'ks, Wnli'lies and Jewelry Wanted I
Olddoldand Hilver Wanted I
ir Ulgbeil Trlcai Paid I Jt
111 Kiiur Rtrtt, Onrnor of A Ink tot
IK) VICN KKW & CO.,
II N II1KI1II Htreet
rinsmiths, Plumbiuy, Etc.
(IKOilKKHV and (II.AHHWAKK
From Victoria and Vancouver, B O.,
for Suva and Bydnoys
Finn "MIOWKKA" November!!
to Canada, United State tad Europe.
I fay For Freight and l'nssnge and all
' (leueral Information, apply to
I Theo. H. Davios & Co., L'd,
I Aotnlufnr the JlmrnUnu hlnmh.
California Fruit Market,
(Vmier King A Alakea Bts
By Kvery Hleamor from Ban Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Km. Kin., F.tn., Ktc
Regan Vapors facie Gas
Engines & Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be surraired for motive
HKND FOB OATAHHlllK-sjsa
UCII-tf Hole Agent, Nllliauil street
Rigger & Stevedore,
tHTIMATKB AND OONTHACTB ON
ALL KINDB OF WOKK
Tht-Stmr "WAIM ANA LO"
llegiiinlng Monday, Oct. '."i, will ni'l at f
r m every Monday for HiitiHx-e, Koa,
IJBV- liiiiillro i.t olllre of J. H. WeUer,
ov-r Miirerkels' Hank, Port slrrel, or ou
board to Wm, l)ivir Miln and Owner.
A. F. Medeiros t& Co.
Merohant "it Tailorn
Hotel Ml., miller Arlington lloiel
utMt Pitternl fa Snitino8
Kerelved by Kvery Bteamer
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Fainting taught by the lat
est Kuropean methods. t'lHunen every Wed
uenday and bautrday forenoon from t a. m,
to 12 noon.
Lessons for Private I'iioH- in if-
clal lines of work also kIvii.
The ritudlo will be onen lo vhllors
every eriuu aiuiruixiii.
Oity Oauuiage Co.,
Corner KIiik and lletliel Uts.
- BOTH TElXPnONLS 113 -
Fine Carriageu &t Civil DilvHr
To be IihiI at all hours
.1. S. ANDIiADK,
HWt it MnnaKei
rifrve left sit the VNrtftr JnrHwiifi
dtnpniiM'e ajtor if ill tr
triinttttt arteiirtrd to.
oth Telepl)iuiiai IO.
Coment Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kntlmates Kiveu ou all kinds ot
STONB.CONllHKTK A PLAHTKK WOHK
f A- eoNrasTs t sricuLTT
JOHN F BOWLER
Atlas Assurance Go.
elBETS, . . 110,000,00(1
II. W. yClIMTUT & SONS,
Aicsuts for Hawaiian Islatnli
Bavo Hitlf tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigmunt.
Every painter aliuttUl ue I.ucol in
etciiil of J.iiict'til Oil, btciuico:
1. Lurot. Is more diirnMr tlian Unseed
'2. I.eroL Is more tonnmlcnl than Lin
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKB
Six ycure of iictttul tteu in exterior
lioiteu intiiititiK in California (the
moHt Iryiny eliiniilu fur imintu), in
tliu ImrniiiK Ileal of tlio Arizona Dee
erl, tlio Arctic cold of Alueku, unit on
tliu Atlantic coitDt, Intve fully nml
linteticiilly eliown tlml l.iroi. ulwuye
oiilweiire Lineeeil Oil under tlio kuiiiu
eonititionit. All tint nciil workx in
Sitn Friinciceo luivo dUciinleil Lin
eeed Oil for Lucol..
ILLU.STItATK THIS YOURSELF.
Put atrong iiutmouiit on Lima-ed und
l.ucol pitinte. Tliu Liiccd piiinte
are deetmyed in it few minute-.; the
l.i i col p.iiutH are practically nmitlict
1'ROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOUE
lircnk up 1 Uih. puite white lend
in mie pint of Lt'coi., und tliu came
ittnntity in one pint oi i.inreed un.
Spread tlie piiinte ou einiilar dark
etirfueee for eonip.iriMiu. The Lucol
paint epreads lie far to und eovere
intieli lietter than the I.iiieetd paint
To K'-t eiptally ):ood eoveriii); with the
l.lioriil ii.it I it you hau to iii.i l!J llie.
ol winic letui to one pun in i.niM'eu
Oil. Till iiieuilH it MitltiK of 3 II'. ol
piode h'lid lo each pltitof l.lt'OI. tired,
or li Hi. to every gallon, equivalent
to your euMiiK more than lrilf tin
llret coot of the Lcrol..
Lt'i'oi. ic not in competition with
cheap Liureed Oil euliKtililtee.
Abdis for the Hawaiian Island
. I TOfl.1 (SJ
Wholesale y Retail.
FULL LINB OF
Sill iuid Coiiod Dresr; Goods,
Silk, Llubu aod Crape Sliirts
OF fOMPLKTK HTOI'K
Made by Ynmatoya of Yokonsun..
tt When you are lu need of any line
otJapaueHe (loods, Klve us rirsl rail sin'
save koIiik all around towu
SOQ Fort Ot n.ucOuutom IXous
L. B. KEItli'S
I HANK JUST HK( K1VKD
I.AltllK AHKOUI'MKN. Ol
ami Latosl Stylos.
IIIKHIC (IOOIIS WILL III. HOLD
ANY IH AM in rllOM A
100 Yards Down to Knough
to Make a Single Suit I
AM) A I' -
Hard Times Prices I
1.. It. Kl'.ltlt, I.MI'OUTI.It,
OHTJELTY TO A CHILD.
Barbarous Treatment of a Bought
Ohinoee Girl by Her Mistreat.
A ChinoBO girl five or six years of
ago was brought before Marshal
Hitchcock yesterday afternoon. The
waif had been located by Detective
Larseu in a native bouse, where she
was being harbored by a native
woman. The girl told a pitiful
nlory of cruelty and suffering. She
was brought from China when but a
babe and was purchased by a Chi
uuse woman in this city, who used
her as n survaut and maid of all
work. She was cruelly treated by
her foster mother, being beaten and
nearly starved sometimes. For
uverv litLlu misconduct, and even
without any fault, she would be
beaten. She showed to tho Marshal
on her body evidence of tho beat
ings she had received from the foster
After hearing tho girl's story tho
Marshal advised the issuance of a
warrant for the arrest of the Chi
nese woman for cruelty. The little
girl was then taken to the home of
the uativo woman, where she will be
kept in the future. Before being
taken there she was asked whothur
she would return to her foster
mother. The girl replied that she
would not live with her under any
How to Turn Back tho Clock.
"What time is it. Maifgiot" said
John, with an uneasy sense that he
ought to be ou his homeward way.
"I'll go and look." she answered.
Stepping quietly into the kitchen
the girl puthed the clock hauda
back an hour, and returning, said,
"It's only half-past nine by our
o'clock: you cau stay au hour
.So J oil u stayed, for lovers are not
eager to part, and he needed no
coaxing. Tho next morning, how
ever, he overrent himself, and Mag
gieV father, at his breakfast, having
miaflod the train, he intended to
journey by that day, wondered how
tho good old clock could have lost
au hour in the night, liut Maggie
didn't explaiu. She meant to set it
right again before going to bed, but
forgot, which shows once more what
uvurybody should ruuiember -that
we cau set back the clock, but we
cannot set back tho time.
All the same it is possible occa
sionally to regain lost things, lu a
woman's letter recently received, I
liml this sentence: "7Vty tell mr I
tuok ten yntri yumiycr tlitin I did."
Ami if she felt as she lookod she was
to all practical purposes teu years
younger. For, although a clock
(ace'looks the same no matter what
time it It, a human face doesn't.
V'iof changes with the condition of
the "workn," or the life behiud it.
The letter goes ou thus: "lu the
spring of of 18S0 1 felt weak and
low. 1 had a bad taste iu the mouth
and a thick slimy phlegm cove-rod
my mouth and tongue. 1 was sick
iu a tuoruiug, retching and vomiting
a watery Html. 1 had great pain iu
the head and wa very mazy, befog
at times so bad I could hardly stand
upon my feel. After eating the situ-
ti... f...wl I t.M.I .1 -.il r., I tiatlt ttl
the left side and palpitatiou of the
heart, and could get but little sleep
at uight on accouut of it.
"Gradually 1 grew weaker and
weaker until 1 could scarcely walk
about the house, and but fur the
necessity of atteudiug to my family,
1 should have boon laid up. My life
was a burden and a misery to mo,
and I ofteu wished myself dead.
"Sometimes better and at other
times worse; this was my general
condition for tea years, during which
long period of sulToriug 1 was treat
ed by the doctor, and took every
kiutl of mudiciue I could hear tell
of, but got uo better.
"lu November, 1SIH), I read in a
book of a medicine called Mother
Soigol's Curative Syrup, aud got a
bottle from Mr. . Hanks, the che
mist. After 1 had taken a few doses
1 found my food agreed with uie
better. 1 kent on with the Syrup
and gradually gained strength. I
had become so thiu aud emaciated
tli rough all those years of suffering
that it took time to fully restore me.
liut I nin now in better health than I
ever wut in my life, aud my recovery
tits astonished my friends. They
tell me I look teu years younger
than 1 did for takiug the Syrup,
iiow 1 wish 1 had known of it yean
sooner! My husband aud friends
had given up all hope of my getting
butter, but noiio of us knew of
Mother Seigel'n Syrup.
"Ou mentioning to the Itev. E.
Harries, the Vicar of Christ Church,
what had wrought the cure, he said
I should write aud let the proprie
tors know what the Syrup had doue
for mo, so as to beuelit others. You
may publish this statement as you
think proper and 1 will gladly aus
nor inquiries. Yours truly, (signed)
(Mrs.) Klkalwth Ureeuhalgb, 21,
Itutlaud btreet, Newtown, 1'eudle
bury (uear Manchester), May 14,
Thus was this good woman en
abled tiot to turu back her uomlual
age, but what was butter -to recover
tlu priceless treasure of health,
without which neither youth nor
ago has any comfort. Her malady
na the same wretched indigestion
ami dyspepsia, the curse of all age
0, It, Harrison, practical piano
mid organ maker ami timer, cau fur
iiisli Ik'sI factory references, Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co, will re
ceive prompt attention, All work
guarauteed to be the same dona