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VOL. VIII. NO. 111)4.
HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, NOV KM HER 22, 1894.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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Halted by tbe Dally llulleltn Publishing
Company, Limited, at Its otllce, iter
chant atreet, Honolulu. Hawaiian 111
and. Daniel liOKaii, editor, resides on
Alatea street, Honolulu. aforesaid.
Address letter for the tier "Kdltor
BitLf.em," and business letters " Manager
nauy iiuiiemi i nuiiMiiiip
UnitiK a ixriiitial addreia mav ruir deiav
LKWEUS A OOOKX,
lllltllHTIWl ND llal.llf m I.UHDII .HI
I.L IMI. (If lltllLUlRII MATaiuu
Kurt btroet, Houulnlu.
H. HAUKKKLU A 00.,
. i Ool4in ft,a
lorner Koit end uuau duri, Huiiuiiiiu.
JNO S SMITH I KH
Vu.ivmeeat anlihiiu Mitiee Ahiii
Mabukuiia, Kuhaia, Hawaii.
ml Jewelry a epeclalty. Parti
uriiuoii pain 10 an Kind of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IKON WORKS,
MTBAM KHtMMKi, BUKAB Mll.U, Boil.,
iViiiLBim. Iron, Bra, and Lair
Machinery or Kvery Drkurlpllun Made to
Order. I'arllnular atifutlon ild lo Bhlp
Blackamlthliig. Job Work eiecatn,! at
B. A. JACOBSON, .
Watoumajckh and Jkwki.ku
6U3 Fort Btreet, Honolalu, H. I.
P. O. Box 287. M iitual Tele. 4
CoNTItACTOIt AND Buii.dkii.
Katlmatea given on all Winds of llrlrk,
Iron, Hloiie ami Wooden IIuIMIiil's. Job.
bing of all kliid. lliiliding Miiturlnl for
sale. 310 and I2 King atreet. lleeliieiii'e
Telephone, Hell 2-.7; 1'. O. Box 11.
DR. C. W. MOORE,
1400 Van Nea Ave., B. F., Cal.
Bltjgut Apartaenti for PatieaU.
BLIOTRIUlTf IM MKRVODa DIRIAHX8.
at- Dr. Moore ollera Invitllda all the
nomforta of home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Kefera to H. H. Mncrarlane.
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Ornoa: New Bafe Depoalt Building,
Fort atreet, Honolulu, H, I.
Plana, Bpeclncatlona and Superintend
ence given for Kvery Description of Build
ing. Old Building mcceaafully Beiuod
ailed and Enlarged. Design for Interior
Decoration. Main or Meehanlral Draw
ing, Tracing mill Blue Printing. Drawings
for Hook or Newspaper Illustration.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
Wholesale and Retail Hoteliers
. Nil -
O. J.Wai.lku, t t ManaKttr.
WH. 6. IRWIN & GO.
urFHK rOB BAL
it IX. 0OM OB
Celebrated M&b Gride Cut luim
We era alio prepared to take order foi
Metmra. . Ohlandl 4 Oo.'i
Itisnrlna; prompt delivery
sWTht li a anperlor Jfalnt Oil. con
suming ItM plement (ban Llnaeed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to oolor.
lined wltb drier It gives a iplandld floor
Falrtejatk CamaiH CtVf Cami tatf
rttAvriaa rata? oo.'e
Gompoonds, Roofing & Papon,
laidt Ntaat Steim Pip Cetirln
JarbeM' UUaoii, Eiaael i Bvar
Rpieiially deaigiel for Vacuum Can
PACIFIO TRANSFBR (10.,
B7 XClng Streeat.
Cut Rates in Bagpige I
IUkkK" Ubi'cked from Hotel and Kel
denne direct to dentlnatlon.
Trunk delivered loatl part of the city
or on board teamem lor
25 CENTS EACH.
All other freight In arcnnlnnre.
lie cure aim ring u up.
Bull 203-TLEPH0NE-Mat. 662
J. R. MILLS,
Wm. G.lrwin& Co.
Wm. U. Irwiu.
Theo. II. Porter
President and alanager
Becretary and Treainrer
itBMTe nt tub
Oceanic Steinihlp Caapiii,
OF BAN KKAN01B0O. OAL.
11km. TgL. 381. Mctdal Til. 607.
1'. O. BOX 321.
128 & 130 FOKT BTHKKT.
IN ALL 1TB
Orders from the other Islands In
Building, Trimming, Palatini), Etc., Bio.,
Promptly Attended to.
VV. WRIGHT, Pkop.
IHueokHnr to O, WeaLl
in any iiautltv
I'Hir U a ton
f mm out haa to any qiianlltv
lu t-IU leiiKth and Hawed or Bpill
Irom a bK to any quantity ; also
WHITE & BLACK SANU
O. B DWIQHT
Doe all kinds of Work lu
anient & stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
lie lias on hand a lerm nuiuiIv ol I'hl.
mm (imtiiln Curb ami always keeps I In.
Wrtilull I'lirbliiK HtmiH, Kliuiata ulveu
and loaekt price assltied. llellTelephouu
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
OcGideottl and Oriental S. S. Go.
Pof f OEOHAMA aH HONQKONG.
Steamer of the above Oompantei will
call at Honolulu on their way to tbe above
porta on or about the following dales:
Blmr "CHINA" .,
..December 11, I8'M
...January 21, I8
..February 19, 1893
April a. IKWi
Per 8AM FRANCISCO.
BUamera of the abore Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong,
kona and Yokohama to the above port un
or about the following, dateat
8tmr"OOKAN10".. November 19, ItfM
Btrar "OH1NA" Drcember 31, itM
Btmr "OAKLIU" February 1(1, 1MB
Btmr"FKKU" March SU, 1MB
Btmr "OAKL1C" April 28, 18
IITIS OP P1SSI0I III IS FOLLOWS;
Oabln, round trip 4
Oabln, round trip 11
F Paarengere aylng full fre will bit
allowed 10 tiercent oil return fare If rtturn
Ing within twelve month
Kor Freight and l'aMr apply to
B. HACKFELD ft CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mull Service
lh New and Fine Al Hteel HU-emMilt
Of the Oceanic Bteamhlp Coiitny will
bedne at Honolulu from byduey mid Aurt
liind on or about
will leave for the above port with
Mall and Paaienger ou or about llmt deta.
Por Sydoej ui Aucklaad:
The New and Fine Al Bleel Hteaiuahir
" ALAMEDA "
Of the Oceanlo Bteamahlp Comiiany will
be due at Honolulu, from Ban Franoiero.
on or about
And will have prompt deiatoti with
Mall and Paatenirer for the above tort.
The nnderalgaed are now prepared lo laane
THIOUQH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN TUB UNITED STATUS
fB Fur further particular, regarding
Freight or Paitage apply to
WH. 0. IRWIN A CO., Ltf.,
l-w Oaaeral AgeaU.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F.
for H. F.
Deo. 1 Dee. H
Den. ill Jnu f
Jan.l Feb. a
Feb. 23 March 2
March 1 Maroh :
April 31 Ainlll'7
May 18 Mav 2a
June If, J mm 22
July 1.1 July 20
Aug. 10 Aug. 17
Hept 7 Bepl It
Oct. ft OiU. 12
Nov 2 Nov. H
From Ban Kranrlsei
SUKIPOSA, Den -M
Kroin Bydney for
MO.NOWAI Deo. U
ALAMKDA Jnn 10
fllUMiWAI, Jan. 17
ALAMKDA, Feb. II
MAItll'OriA IV I.
MAitlPOBA.Mar II MONOWAI, Mar. 7
MONllWAl, Apr HI ALAMKDA Apr. I
ALAMKDA May 11 MAKII'OSA May 'J
MAitlPOHA June (J. MO.NOWAI, Maj W
MONOWAI, July 4 ALAMKDA, Juuetf
ALAMKDA, Aim. I MAItll'OriA July J.
MAUIl'OHA.AllK.'.lli MONOWAI, All)! 11
MONOWAI, Bept.'.1J ALAMKDA Krpi III
ALAMKDA, Out IN MAItll'OriA Oil. 17
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
HJB JPL A.N ADE :
Cor. Alias k Fort 81., Hcmolnlu
UOLUSTKTt . (JO.,
steamers of the above Line, miming In connection with tli
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. U., and Bydney, N. B. W., and calling at Victoria, U. 0.,
Honolulu and Hava (FIJI,
A.R.HJ DXJHJ -A.T HONOLULU
On or about the datea below elated, vlt.:
From Sydney and Buva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. O.t
Tgroflgh Tickets limed troa Bonolsli to
riatoBT and faminobb aointi:
0. McNlUOM,, Montreal, Canada.
KOUKltT KKKK, Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. BTKKN, Ban Francisco, Cat.
(J MpI HKOWN, Vancouver. II. O.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. X WH.DBB, Pren. B. B. Ko, Hc
(Urr. J. A. Kikii, PortBnpL
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. M.. tonrhlngat
Ijthalna, Manlaea Bay and Makwia the
tame dny: Mahukona, Knwalbaeand lu
;anoenoe me following uay. arriving at
1110 at iiuunigai.
.. .Dec. 18
Ketnmtng leave If Ho, touching at Lan
tiahoehoe aaniedav; Kawalhae a. m.; Ma
huloiiA 10 a. M.i Makuiia 4 r. m. ; Manlaea
Bay U r. u.; Iihaitia 8 r. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu U a. m. Weduei
AKHiVKH AT HONOLULU
Baltirtlny Nov. 21
etiiieminy littc. a
HnliinUy Dec. 11
Wednesday Deo 2rt
ftf No Freight will be rrcelved after
li noon on day ol railing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tueaday at 6
r. m touching at Kahitlul, Huelo, liana,
nauion anu ivipanaiu.
Hemming will arrive at Honolulu every
No FreUht will lie receded alter
4 r. m. ou aay of ailing.
Conalgueea inunt be al the lauding to
receive their Frelirht. a we will nut hold
ouraelve reaiiumilble ltr inch Freight
ha been lauded.
While the Comnany will ue due dill-
Sbiire In handling Live Stock, we decline
jAMiime any responsibility In care of the
lo ol ratue.
The Compauy will not be rmponilhle for
Money or Jewelry utile plnretf in the earn
NKOOTIATKH LOANB ON
Real Estate & Personal Property
STOCKS AND BONDS
BOUUHT AND BOLD.
If you have KKAL KHTATR for Bate we
can llud j on a Purcnaser.
If you hnve HOUBKU FOR UKNT, we
can llud Tenants.
General Real Estate Agents
13 and 15 Kaahumaiiu Btnets,
(N,ar IWOitice )
Mutuevl Tolophorio 83B
O. A. LONG,
Ifi Kaanumauit Blreet. Telephone IHH
WEN NEK & CO.
Positively the Last Month
THAI TIIIWK -
Goods will be on Sale!
i.KSS OK COST.
lllilies end (lliiiware Wanted!
Clocks, Watehea and Jewelry Wanted I
Old Cold and Bllvur Wauled I
Or Highest Prlrei Paid I
114 Kbit; Htr.int, Qnrnnr nf Alaknn
HO YKN KEK fe CO.,
II Milium) Htrnnl
Tinsmiths, Plnmbing, Etc.
UH0CKKKY and ULABUWAKK.
From Victoria and Vancouver, H 0
for Suva and Bydnoy:
Btmr"MIOWKKA" November 21
Btmr"WAllKlMOO" December 21
Cauda, United States and Europe.
Mr- For Freight and Parage and all
General Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agent far the JtntrnUau Julnmll.
F. 0. JONK.S.
i: t. junks.
Safe Deposit and Investment Co.
NO. KW FOKT 8TUKKT.
8AFF.S of Varioue Slre for Kent l tin
Month or Yrnr.
VAULTS opun (mm H:: .. until I
r. m. except on Snturdnyi, when the) will
he clorcd at 2 'M V. M,
Wu Buy mid Hid I llrt.ela HIOCKh
and BONDS, mid miiki- mlvutuvs on nunc.
FOR SALE !
Sultnlilu for (Inulinr, feucrd u
t oxides fW'l.
1,000 Acres, a Large Gulch,
.1") Acre or uioru nuittthle lor
I'J Mt-rcliiiut Street.
Regan Vapor a Pacific Gas
Engines (I Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be eureassed for motive
HOJ-tl Bole Agent, Nuuhiiu ktirel
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant "II Tailors
Hotel Bl., under ArlliiKton Hotel,
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Ueceived by Kvery BiPniurr.
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
Drawing and Painting,
D. Howard Kitchcock
DrawniK end PalntiiiK taulit by the let
estKurnpeanmethodB. Clnanes every WihI
uesday aud Balurday foreiiiMin from 8 a. m
to VI noon.
lesson for Private Punll In sue
cial Hues ul work also Kiveu,
. The Ktuillu will be oneu lo visitors
every Kriduy hIUtiiikiii,
City Oauuiage Co.,
Cormir KIiik and IIhIIihI Him
- I0T1 TBLCi'HONCB 113 -
Fine CarriugeH 6c Civil iJrlvorn
To he had at all hours
J. S. ANDKADE,
Atlas Assurance Go.
uicts, . . iio,ouo,ooo.
11. W. SCUMIDT A SONS.
Ant for Hawaiian Ulamli.
Thoiv arc sonic people in
Honolulu who think they
are not properly chul aniens
the gnriiuMits they wear
cost :) or 10. The rea
Hon.is apparent they are
ISvcryhody is not rich in
fact, most people in this
world have to net a mighty
move on to make both ends
meet, and at the end of the
year have nothing to show
tor their I a nor except an
extra wrinkle or two.
I have something that will
strike your fancy in the
shape of a Jacket a Flan
nel .Jacket with a Milt stripe
a perfect lit or no sale.
I bought several cases of
these .Jackets very cheap
for cash. They are just
the thing to lip on to make
a call, go to market, a pic-,
nie, or church in fact,
they are good cmough or
poor enough to wear any
where and everywhere.
Xow thk is the important
part. After you luvc se
lected one that looks well
with your dress and you
I'm id that it lits, you Hiiy,
His, "tfl.Wl, murium," or
"tfl.OO lllir.S," US tllC CUSf
niuy he, unri there you uie.
The iiiihIcmI Clerk iIoch not
even lilifsli when he in tolri
"how cheup." He is useri
to thin Iviiul of tiling.
Thut tireless toiler utter trurie,
.). .). EUAN,
t TO 5 1, N.
FULL LINB OF'
Japanese '.'Goods I
Silk and Cotton Dress Goons,
Silk, LiiMi anil Crape Shirts
-OK COMI'LKTK HTOCK
Mnile by Yaiuatoya ol Yokohama
When you are lu need ol any tine
ot JiipHiiese (IikmIh, ive lib first reli ami
aave koiiik all around town.
ase X"ort OU nsai Cuatatn IIsuh
L. B. KERlt'S
I HAVK Jl'SI" ItKCKIVKD
I.AHtiK ABbOitl'MK.Nl' OK .
ami .ilost Styles.
UIKHK tllliiDH Wll.l. UK KOI. I)
ANY iJl'ANIUY IKO.M A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit!
- AND AT
Hard Times Prices!
L. H. KKUU, - lMi'ditTKit,
THE ORIENTAL WAR.
CIIIKA AroLiXHZLS TO ENGLAND.
A Tiou-Taia despatch of yester
day says: Officials of the Chinese
Government this morning made the
apologies demanded bjr the British
Government officials for outrages
committed by the Chinese soldiera
on the Kritiah stoamer Chaig King
in August. Tho Chaig King was
saluted by tho guus at tho Taku
forts and the required apology waa
made to the British Minister.
KIU.KM TIIEIH COL'STBVMKS.
Despatches to the Londou Timet
gay thousands of refugees who were
tleeiug from Kin Chow were mis
taken for tho ouomy by the Chinese
troops and were ureu upon. Hun
dreds of them were killed.
ANOTIIKII JAfANEtE MlTOIlY.
The Japanese Minister at Wash
ington, Mr. Kuriao, has received the
following cable despatch from To
kio: "Our army occupietl Talienwaa
ou the afternoon of the 8th inst.,
having destroyed the Chinese tor
pedoes. Our lleet, transports and
lorK)do boats are safely anchored in
the bay. Tho torpedo station, with
equipments, charts of the submarine
torpedoes, eigui cannon auu win
telephone lines aud the telegraphs
been been captured.
The United States o Herod media
tion between the belligerents. There
is reason to believe that Japan haa
requested, as a preliminary to action
ou the United states' invitation, that
she be informed explicitly just what
terms China has to propose as a
basis of a treaty of peace. Up to
this moment China has not sub
mitted any proposals, so that the
delay appears to be rather on her
part than on that of Japan.
It could not fairly be uzpectod,
says a Washington correspondent,
that the Japanese would halt iu
their triumphant march, aud per
haps atford their opponents a very
potent opportunity to rally from
their disorganized condition, unless
Japan is furnished with some satis
factory proposition by China that
inn be binding beyond question
upon tho lattor. So far tho Chiueae
lenders ham been on a basis that
could not be accepted with safety
und consistency by Japan. One
tiroposiiiou ol uuiua is mat corca
be evacuated by both Ch'uese and
Japaueso troops. This cannot b
oulorlaiued by Japan, inasmuch aa
the principal cause ol tho war waa m
contention by Japan that the eutiro 'M
Coreau ailuinistrativu aud financial
eyetem must b reformed ou modorn -i
hues, aud that Japan should under
take the task, requiring at least a
temporary occupation of the coun
try br Japaaeso troops.
Furthermore, it is pointed out,
the evacuation of an enemy's terri
tory by a victorious army would vio
late all precedent. The Germaa
forces hold several important Fronch
fortresses until the enormous war
iitdemuity of one billion dollars
ljl,l)t)0,l"v)O,(Kl0) had been paid to
Still another obstacle to success
ful mediation by the L uited States
is the interference of the Europoaa
powers, nearly all having interests
in the Kast which they regard aa
paramount to those of America. Au
otlieial who has K'vo" much atten
tion to the subject is of the opinion
that Itussia will never consent to
anything which looks like au in
definite occupation of Corea by
Japan unless she is herself allowed
to lake possession of a portion of
Corea for the eastern terminus of
the Siberian Hallway. France is re
ported to have demanded a coaling
station ou tho island of Formosa
and Great Hritaiu has reached out
for the island of Chttsau.
COt'.ST ITO TALK.
A Few York Herald correspond
ent has hud interview with Count '
I to, l'remier of Japan. He ridiculed
the report that Japan was iu finan
cial straits. He said:
"Why, it is most ridiculous. It
might have been so had we been
obliged to buy our supplies abroad,
as China does, but you know such la
not tho case. We have found in
Japauese ualural resources and fac
tories wu could possibly need. Coal,
arms, ammunition, medicines, traus-
ports, clothing, horses, saddles, bar
uitss, everything used iu this war is
"Of course, money is spent, but it
stuys right here iu Japan aud goes
to improve the condition of the peo
ple, so that should the war last
iouger thau is expected we could
easily place another loau, several
loans iu fact, iu this country, with
out nooding to go abroad. You can
see for yourself the true patriotism
of our people.
" Wit houtspeakiug again of the loan,
which has Iwou three times covered,
look at the war fuud, increasing
every day, and to which rich auu
poor alike subscribe. Look at the
thousands of coolie servants and
small farmers sending in their little a
help, Look at the tremendous 3
amount of gifts of nil kinds pouring
iu every day from all parts of the -t
Couut ito also said it was non
sense that tho calling out of the re
serves had handicapped the farmers
and manufacturers. They had taken
in roiiim iigures iou.uuo men, or ou
IKX) more than tho number of men
under arms every year. How could -V
that badly handicap a nation with a m
population of !kS,tKI0,(KX) people! T
France, with about tlm amiii, iioim. W
hit ion, has every year, iu peace time, Jj j
a aiautuug army live or au tiuws ai