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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1894.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOL. VIII. NO. 1199.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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folly Bulletin Pabltsklo Co., I'd.,
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vIiinth. in advance.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
- IB I'UiJI.lHIlKD -
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4nd Fivs Dolla an to Foreign Huhscrlber.
payable In advance.
AND JOB PRINTING
fl SUMRIOB ITYLS
t IIOTH TKLKPHONKH
OT- 1. O. UOX KM.
rs Daily Hou.etis Is printed aud put
Killed by tho Dally Bulletin I'tibllnhltiAC
Company, Limited, at IU otUce, Mer
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian III
amis. Daniel Iugau, editor, resides on
Alakea lret. Honolulu aforesaid.
Address letters lor the iiaiwr "Kditor
Bulletin," and business letters " Manager
Dally Bulletin Publishing Company."
Using a personal addro may raniie delay
L.EWKH8 ft OOOKK.
Iinroaraiw ahv Dials, m L.kmi
ALL BINDS Of UUILDINII MtTSklAM.
Kurt Street, Honolulu
H. HAOlCFKia) OO..
Oiailtl (loMrJtkiiiia k.i.n
lurner Fort and queen btrte, Honolulu,
JNO. It. BIUTUIKM
loiTKieeet AMiiMmasAt Hiisieus aei
MaUukoiia, Kolmln, Hawaii.
ttukill Jewelry a siiecialty Harllnulm
attention Mid lo all kinds of repairs
Campbell lllook, Meroliaut Hi reel.
HONOLULU WON W0HK8
MTIAM KhHINki., rlUltAS Mill HnLSIU,
Hoolsim. Ikon, UkAH ami l.e.i
Mstilnrmry of Kveiy Duhcnptiou Mn.it- iu
Order. I'artlculer atttoitlou paid Mi Hup
Blatksuiitliiriir. .lull Work Hin-ulnl t
K. A. .IACOHSON,
Watiuimakkk avi .Ikwki.kh
Fort Htreel, Hunolulu, H. I.
P. O. Mux -Ml. M ulual Tule. 4tw.
CONTUACTOIt AXI) BUU.DKH.
Khtlinatea Klven on nil kinds of llrlck,
Iron, Hliiiieaml Woodtui Ulll.dhms. Job
bint; of Hll kinds llulldliiK Miiturlul for
sale. 31U and fil.' Kiim vtrtitt. Itualdfiici.
TeluphoiiH, llfli .".'7; P. O. ISox 11.
DK. C. V. MOOltE,
UUl Van Meaa Avm., B. F., (Jal,
Bloflaut ApartmeuU for Patieats.
l.llISIITr IM NKBVOOd DIHSASSS.
' Dr. Moore oil urn Invalid), all tit
oomroru or home, with coustant aud care
ful treatment. Kefer to H. K. Macfarlaue.
C. B. RIPLEY A ARTHUR RBYNOLDS,
Ornuai Mew Safe Deposit llulldlug,
Fort street, Honolulu, H. 1.
Plans, Specifications and Superintend.
anoe given for Kvery Description of Uulld-
ing. uio ummings successfully
lied and KnlsruHd. Daalirmt inr Inta.lnr
rcuraiiuin s'ajus or Mertnami'Mi Draw
ing, Trailing and nine Printing. Driiwiugs
for Book or Newspaper llluntratioii.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
Wholesale tod Rami Butchers
- AND -
U. J.Walub, i s MauaKur.
WH. G. IRWIN GO.
OFFBK PUB BAL
tLIJL. (ItOSS BOBS
(Mebflttd HljL1 Gride Cue Uiuv
Wb sr alio prepared to take order tat
Jimmmvn. M. Ohlamctta Oo.'i
Insuring prompt delivery
BOILED LUCOi. !
Thli It superior Faint Oil, con.
gmsnt than Linseed Oil, and
giving lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier It gives a splendid floor
ABrriMB rAiat oo.'t
Compounds, Roofing & Papon,
lud't tout Hub PIh CmrlM
JartNMwi' Duaeii, Buaiel ttr
Ksprfltaiiy .tetlgned for Vaoumti fan
Wiu. U. Irwin,
President aud Manager
Benretary and Treasurer
AIIBHTIi Of TMB
Uceailc Steuishli Ctaipaiv,
OF BAN FKAN01B0O. OAL.
Rill Tcu JW1. Mctoal Til. 007.
V. O. IIOX 321.
121 4 130 FOKT BTKKKT.
Blackunithino IN aheb.
Orders from the other Islands In
BvUIsUbi, Trusualsg, PalatUf, Ete., Bte.,
Promptly Attended to
iHnrfiHor to (1, WesUt
u mills in any quantlty
hK to a ton.
From one nav u any quantity
in 4-ft. lengths and Bawed or Split
from a has; to any quantity: also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyater Cocktails 1
Bauer Brunnou I
Straight and Mixed Drlaks
Of All Kludsand West Quality.
Hoatawesl Doner Uag k Maaaai tta.
Bathing and Picoic Resort
For t'niiilllef , ladles and Chl'dren.
UUAS. F. WARNEH, i : : Maaagtr.
The Eurupuan Lunch Rooms
OHOCK BINO, Proprietor,
Hotel Htrtet, nearly opiioslte liethel
First-Clais Moils at Moderate Prices
At all Hours. Patrons;e HollolU'd.
If IBS DLAItKK HAS IlKTIIItNIU)
ill Ir.iiu ttie t'nast and will rxiiiuie
Dressiuakiug at 3J Uumisula St. llSU-iw
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go,
far IOIOIAMA art HONOKUNO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
eall at Honolulu on their way to the above
porta on or about the (ollowInK datai:
Btmr OMKANIO". ..December 11, 1KX
8tmr"0HINA" January 21, lb9&
Btmr "OCKANIO" February If), 185
Rtnir "CHINA" April 2. IMM
Bteamera of the abore Oompanlei will
call at Honolulu on their war from Huus
konc aud Yokohama to the nhore port on
of about the following datait
Btmr "OCKANIU". .November 1. 1KH
8tmr"OHlNA" December 31, Inm
Btmr "OAKL.I0" February 10, ltwo
Htmr"PKKU" March 2, 1883
Btmr "OAKL1U" April 28, 1K96
IIIII OP PIS8I6I III IS FOLLOWS:
Oabln, round trip 4
Oabln. round trio IS
months u t
Xuropean Steerage . . HO Ou
- Faeeengera iwylng full fare will be
allowed 10 percent ofl return fare if return
lug within twelve months
4W Kur Freight and l'aa apply to
a. HACKFELD It CO.,
7 u if enti.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mill Semi
tbe hew and Fine Al Btel HUm.ui.uii
Of tlia Ooeaulo Hteaushlu Ouiuhiii will
be due at Honolulu from Bydney and Auck
land on nr about
Ana will leave for lb above port with
Malls and Passengers on or abonl tliittdat.
for Sjrdiey u. AsckJantl:
The New and Fine Al Btoel bteauishlp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Oonipany will
be due al Houolulu, from Ban Fmnrlwio
on or about
And will have prompt desitakib with
Malls and Passengers for the ahnv ports.
The uuderslgusd are now prerNl kiUsue
THIOUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN TMB UNHID STiTKb
AW For further parlieular regarding
Freight or Passsge apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN i CO., LW.,
i-i Oeasral Agsata.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
8. S. AUSTRALIA
from B. F.
Deo ill ,
for B. F.
.... March 'J
. . .Juliet
July 13 Juiy'JU
AUg. IU AUC. 17
. .Bpt II
. .(Kit. VI
From Bau Frauclsnc
From Byduey lot
M AltlPOBA, Deu "Jfl I MOMIWAI, Dec. Hi
MONOWAI, Jan. 17 AI.AMhDA, Jan. 1(1
ALAMKDA, Feb. 11 MAKIPOHA Feb 7
MAIUPOHA Mar II I MONOWAI, Mar. 7
MONOWAI, Apr 11 I ALAMKDA Air. 4
ALAMKDA May 0 I MAKIPOHA May a
MAKIPOHA June l) MONOWAI, Mil W
MONOWAI, July 4 I ALAMKDA, June'7
ALAMKDA, Aug, 1 MAKIPOHA, July'ir.
MAKIPOHA, Aug.'Jll i MONOWAI, Aug lhi
MONOWAI, HepLVtll ALAMKDA H-pl III
ALAMKDA, Oct 'Jt MAKIPOHA Oiu. 17
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Our. allaa ft Fori Sis.. Hoaolslu.
Htoamert of ibe abore Line, running In conneuiiou with tb
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
lletween VancodTar, H. 0., and Bydney, N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria. B U.,
Honolulu aud Bava (Fljll,
A.R.HJ DXJH3 A.T HOISTOLXTLU
On or about the dates below elated. tIe.!
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. O.t
Throiik Tloktta isnei troa oietala to
riltOHT AUD r-AMfKUIB AU1RTSI
D. Mi'NIOOliL, Montreal, Canada.
ROUKHT KKltll, Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. BTKKN. Ban Francisco, Cal.
O. McL. IIHOWN, Vancouver, B. C.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W U Wilds, Pres. B. H. Koss. Hec,
UArr. J. A. Ktao, PortBupt
CURIE, COaUaaadtf ,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. u.. toachliigat
liahalna, Maalaea Day and Makrna the
same days Mahukona, Kawalhaeand Iau
pahoehoe the following day, arriving at
Hllo at mldnlgat.
Friday Dec. 7
Tuesday Dc. 18
Ketnrnlng leaves Hllo, touching at lau
paLoehoesamsday: Kawalhae a. m.: Ma
hukona 10 a. m.: Makena 4 r. a.; Maalara
Bav b r. sl.i Lahalua H r. m. the folluwluir
day; arriving at Honolulu (I a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVKB AT HONOLULU I
Wednesday Drc. &
Baturday Drc. 1&
Wednesday Deo. 20
Mo FreUlit will be received attar
U noon ou day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu ever
y ruesttay at 6
ii, Huelo, Hana,
r. m., touchliii
ft al Kaaulu
Uatnoa and Kl
Upturning will arrive at Honolulu every
gm No Freight will be received after
i r. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the lauding, to
receive their Frelcht. as will nut hold
ourselves responsible slur inch Freight
has been lauded
While the Coniuauv will use due dill-
geuce Iu handling Live Block, we decline
to assume any responsibility In case of ths
loss of same.
The Compsuy will not be resiwnslble for
Money or Jewelry unless plsred In the care
I TOIIAN f
- FULL LINB OF
Sill and Gouoo Ortss (ioodx
MU. IU). AID.. Ktr.
Silk, Lioeu aiid Crape Shirts
-OF COMPLKTK HTOUK
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama
When vou are In need of auv Hue
of Japanese Uoodb, give us first call and
save gnlug all around town
aoes IToxt St nir Guatoxaa, Cox
The Beat l.uich in Town.
st all uouas
THK KINKST BHANUS DK
Cigars and Tobacco
sLWSVS UM lUHl)
KEE & CO.,
41 Nmiaiin Btreei
riawnitha, PlWDbiDQ, Ctc.
UUOUKKill and ULABBWAUK,
V Arfgawsv. - y
From Victoria and Vancouver, B 0.,
for Suva and Sydniy:
Hlmr "WAKKi: MOO" DpcoiiiIkt '.I
8inir"MI0VKKA"... January 24
Cauda, Halted State! aid Europs.
For Frelaht and Passage and all
Oeneral Information, apply to
Thoo. H. Davies St Co., L'd,
AgtnUur tht Hawaiian ltlnnd$.
r. o. JONLS.
t: A. JUN'M.
Safe Deposit and Investment Go,
no. 4us Fours rKi:r.
BAFKS of Various Hies lor Kent t tin
Mouth or Yenr.
VAULTS own from Hi.'tU a.m. until I
r. m. exrept on Hnturdiiy, wlifii tli"ylll
Wu liny and Hell UrM-eln-. SIOOKS
and HONllS, uint miiku advances ou nunc.
FOR SALE !
Suitable furdriitliit;, fencid on
two Mdf-- :.
1,000 Acres, a Large Gulch,
'AH! Acres or moru suilnble (or
4 J MiTclntlit Street.
Regm Vapor 8 Pacific Gas
lips il Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARIET.
They cannot be eurratsed for motive
SsV-BKND FOK UATAIXJOIIK-
lim-tl Bole Agent, Nuuauu street.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant "M Tailors
I HnWil St., under ArllliKiou llolel.
' utsst p.ti.mi m sniungs
Received by Kvery Steamer.
PERFECT PIT OR NO 8ALE.
Drawing and Painting.
0. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Painting taught by the let
est Kuroeau methods. Clashes ever Weil
uesday aud Baturday forenoon from . m.
to 12 noou.
CfeV- Lessons for Private Pupils In spo-
cisi lines nr wors siso given
tsaf The Studio will be open lo viaitorw
every Friday sllernoon.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner Klug and Bethel bt.
- iOTH TBLEPBOMES 113 -
Fluo CarrlageH 6c Civil Uvtvorn
To be lisd al all hours.
.1. S. AND HADE,
Atlai Annrance Go.
11. W. SOUMrDT & SONS,
Agsuls fur Hawailau Islands.
There are somo people in
Honolulu who think thoy
ore not properly clad unless
the git rinen U they wear
cost $:J0 or $10. The rea
pon h apparent they are
Everybody h nol rieli in
fuet. ino.it neonle in tli'm
world have to get a mighty I
move on to iniike both endu
meet, und at the end ol the
year have nothing to show
for their labor except an
extra wrinkle or two.
I have something that will
strike vour fancv in the
shape of a Jacket a Flan
nel .Jacket with a silk stripe
a perfect lit or no sale.
I bought several cases of
these .1 tickets very cheap
for cash. They are just
the thing to slip on to make
a call, go to market, a pic
nic, or church in fact,
they are good enough or
poor enough to wear any
where and everywhere.
Now this is the important
part. After you have se
lected one that looks well
with vour dress and you
I'khI that it lits, you say,
sins, ,4$..0O, madam," or
u.1.00 miss," as the case
may he, anil tliere you are.
The modest Clerk does not
even hhinh when lie is told
"how cheap.' Ue is used
to this kind of thing.
That lirele.-s toiler after trade,
.1. J. EGAN,
rU Fort street.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W . P. Reynold. : : Prop
Presents for Everybody
Oath AJwiyj Taka and Tunrslora
Cash Prices art Mida.
HANDSOME GIFT BOOKS
At PuMlidiers' Prleeai
llllilen und Pruver llook,
Fine Society Notu l'jers In latest
1.UWU Trlililr Sllpplle,
Xmus I'urdn, Cttleiuluni und llooklets,
NOVELTIES of all Descriptions I
Pill ute mid Pointing llooki..
(lenuilie 1 X L Kliiven and Uiuorii,
Hair Itnulis aud Coiiilii,
Veloclpeilcs and Wagons,
Do.mkstic Skwinc Maciiinks
Hand Sewlnii Mu IiIiuik .. J U,
Hhiiviug Mug and Itrushui,
lluiuira Iroiiifl.cu V,
IDollS al TOV8
In Ureal Variety j
l.eittliur OoihN In Purn's, Diaries,
Pocket lltHiks. Kir., Ktu . I'AC,
And Don't Forget have added a
And all bulerlitloiiN will have
Orders lor Music by Every Stsimsr.
UOOMU AND UOAUD.
IV lor a feu pertou- ran I mi
had at llauitval, ou uie uai
rt ll. Id l.l.i i,
p;, il Prupnetur
A KKW LA Kill'. AlKY
iV Oillria to rent ou
moderate terms ou the
kieolid llo'ir nl the hliree-
Hel' nniik iiiimk Appiyi" ,
ll.7i.Jiu W tl. lltWIN A 10., I.'n.
Daily ItulUtin Monti prr layiil'i.
'$Ut gnily gMlUtin,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 18M.
Ous Collaudor, a young Swede,
was murdered by a gang of toughs
white he was watching the counting
of ballots in a Chicago precinct.
Indignation meetings were held in
nearly all the wards on the North
sidu, to protect against the outrage
aud pledge united action in aveng
ing tho death of the brave mau who
died in defense of the ballot. Al
though all crimes of violence are
really attacks on the community,
this particular tuurder roused the
pooplo bouausu it was an attack on
their right to make their laws.
This is Hawaiian Independence
Day. It is the anniversary of the
revoynitiun of the iudepuudonce of
Hawaii by Great Britain and France.
There was no "KuarantW of inde
pendence by those Powers, the ka
utaaiuaical sage of the Pacific Com
uiercial Advertiser to the contrary
notwithstanding. If it had been a
guarantee, Ureat Britain and Fraace
would have been compelled to de
maud an explanation from the Unit
ed States, for her armed interference,
through her representatives, with
Hawaiian alTairs, iu the period from
January 14 to April 1, inclusive, 18U1.
Previous to the diplomatic recogni
tion iu question on November 28,
1813, Ureat Britain had restored Ha
wailau independence ou July 31 of
that year, by hauliug down tho
British ling, which had been raised
over the group In the preceding
February by a hot-headed "lordly
wight" commanding one of Ureat
Britain's cruisers, aud at the aame
time hoisliug tho Hawaiian Hag and
saluting it with all the military
hoaors at the disposal of Queen
Victoria iu this port. Tho United
Status had protested against the en
forced cussiou of the islands to
Great Britain She also declined to
join with the two European Powers
uauied iu a treaty guaranteeing la
dependence iu perpetuity, aud thus
the guarantee business was knocked
iu the head. Her pronounced ac
tion iu so declining was, however,
tantamount to a guarantee of Hawai
ian independence ou her own part.
Being an iuuoceut party thus far
barring a little friction between Cap
tain Jones of the warship Peacook
anil the ilawaiiau Government in
the twenties iu the matter of tra
versing Hawaiian independence, and
being ou this occasion a protesting
party against its subversion, the
conduct of the United States was
dignified and proper no doubt. It is
not necessary here to go into ths
details of that intensely interesting
crisis iu Hawaiian history. They
have been thrashed out scores of
times, ou July thirty-firsts aud No
vember twenty-eighths, iu Honolulu
both on the platform aud in the
press, Hawaiian independence has
been a rather doubtful quautity t
different times since the incidents of
18 III. The feeble realm haa at
ditToreut times had to obey, with as
good grace as possible, dictates of
stroun nations which if she were
IBtroug she should not have done
without at least some diplomatic
coulrovursy. Since the conclusion
of the treaty of reciprocity with the
United States iu 1870, procured
through the personal exertions of
King Kalakaua, the islands have
been practically a dependency of
the United States. Independence
grew dim when au American Miu
islur to the Hawaiian court in pub
lic denounced the form of govern
ment here iu vogue, and with joyous
eloquence predicted its overthrow
ami the accession of his own coun
try's flag. It disappeared when the
same Minister acted iu collusion
with a combination to abolish the
form of government; took counsel
with the leaders of that combina
tion, while decliuiug to consult
with the representatives of the Ha
waiian Uoverutiieut, as to the laud
ing of the troops of his country
upon Ilawaiiau soil, aud then landed
the forces under his control, which
for two mouthB aud a half thereafter
dominated Ilawaiiau soil. A sem
hlauc of independence has, how
ever, again been restored, iu the de
claration of uou-iuterforcuco with
Hawaiian intomul a Hairs by both
the President aud the Congress of
the Uuited States. For what we
liuvu now received let us be truly
thankful, aud hope that all thiugs
have boon disposed for the best.
The bark C. D. Bryant is dis
charging wnter pipes conslgued to
the Honolulu Water Works near th