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h V0L- Vlli. NO. 1221.
HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY; DECEMBER 2G, 1894.
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t Daily lloLLma It printed and pub
iNhed by lha Didly Bulletin Fubliahlnfr
Oompany, Limited, at 111 office, Mer
chant alreat, Honolulu. Hawaiian 111
andi. Daniel Logan, editor, rcildai on
A lake treel. Uonolula, eforeeeld.
Addreti letter for tba paper "Kdltor
BDtLiriM," and bualnet letter " Manager
Daily Bulletin PublUhlng Company."
Uing a personal address may cauie delay
iinniiTaM and DiALiar ib L,ranii .
LL eiac or Bdildirm Matiiiau
M. HAOKrXZJ) OO.
Uanaitt. (VimmimIh Axaart
'lurnar Koit iml Hiimb htrrau. iluiiuntiu.
4NO. . SMITHIES.
n.-r.,i(,i 4anuaaiAi Hii.mui amht
Mahukuna, Kuhala, Hawaii.
Kn.ul Jwlry a ipeolalty. farttcuia
attention paid to all kind of repair
Campbell Block, Meroharft Burnt.
HONOLUIiU IXOV VOKKB,
dTBAM Kanmu, Bnoia Mat Boaai
tJootaiA. lna, Beam, anh l.aAr
Machluery of Krery Deiorlpuuit Made u
Order. Particular attenuou paid to Bhlpi
HlaokamlUilnK. Job Work aiecntatl at
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
41 Nnuanu Btreat
TinMlthi, Pluibiii, Ktc.
flKOCKKKY and OliARRWARK.
CONTRACTOIt AND BuiLDEIl.
Kstlmatea glren on all klndi of llrlck,
Iron, Btone and Wooden Bulidlnga. Job
bing of all kind. Building Material for
ale. 510 ami 612 King itreet. Ueildeucn
Telephone, Bell 227; P. O. Bo 11.
DR. C. W. MOORE,
1400 Van Nasi Are., B. P., Cal.
Bltf ut AstrtVMU for Patients.
BLIOTAIOITT IM HIRVODI DIMAAM.
&B" Ut. -Moore ollera Invalid all th
comforU of home, with constant ami care
f al treatment. Uefera to H. R. Macfarlane.
C. B. R1PLET ft ARTHUR BEHOLDS,
Ornciai New Bafe Deposit Building.
ruininwi, nonoiuiu, rt. 1
Plana, Bpeciflcatloni and Buiwrtnieml
J"0- "o'0?.?.78 Doriptlon of Bullu
Ins. Wld Bulldlngi inoceMfully Iteuiort
elftd and Knlarged. Doilgui for Interior
Decoration. Mane or Mmhanloal raw
lug. Tracing and Blue Printing. Drowlugn
for Book or Newipaper Illmtratlon.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G J, WiiJ.ii, i t sJauAftVr,
WH. G. IRWIN & CO.
OKPMK FOB HAI.S
.Lit. flkOflft Mll
Cttowiitjd Hii'Ji bmde Cune Jliuiiirss.
We am alio nreired to litkt- or.lani ti.i
M !. JM. OlllBbllCLt, OC '
hunting prompt deltn'
IKliXLLD -IM ( i
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AT-Thi u mirH0, piutt
It.M ll'ki.nl I..H3 i.i .xt
rlrlni a HJt'',(
h J'.jnr to cji.
ii ten wun oner
It glre "plenillrf Hoot
ralrfpttk CautBs. Co.'t CorntWI Boel
Compound Mng & hm,
luD Kinsi Stan Pliir CMi-fiUk
JarbtiM' DUnoRtf, BdnmhI Btmr
ftimailj ilrmurO fo Vmiiiui.i l'n
Wni. u. Iiwiii
Thao n I'orl.
Pn-llilem aii.l Mkiiski
HrUr)f kihI Treasure)
lNTf i rut
Oceuilc Steaoisolp Company,
ir HAN KHAMUnlMI. CM.
Hkix Tru 881. Mutual Tki.
P. O. BOX Si.
128 ft 130 FORT BTKKKT.
Orderi from the otliwr Ixlniidi In
BatKIni, TrtawilDB, Painting, Etc., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to
W. W. WKIGUT. I'im)i.
(Hnm-onwir In O. Wl,i
IN STACK A: CO.
-in any quautlty
hav to a ton
OH ARGO A L
Ooui one hag to any 'lllanlltv
in t-rt. leugtna and bowed or Bput
from a hag to any quantity: aKo
Wl ITB & BLACK S A N 1 )
GoDsolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Cor. Allen ft Fort Sla.. . HiidoIqio
AT THE AN(;UOR
Oyator CocktalU I
Bauor Brunnon 1
Stralghl and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinda ami item Quality
soatawait nnrner Klug 4 Nouano Bla.
Bathing and Picnic Resott
For I'umilln, Utiles and Clil ilreii.
TKIIMU IIKAall.N'AIII Y..
OBA. F. WARNE4, : . : Minsgtr.
The Europt an Lunch Rooms
CHOCK HI NO, Proprietor,
lintel Htrtet, nearly opoo-illc ll.-tlii-l
First-CH'S Metis at Moierdle I'rlcs
At all Hour. Patronage titillulti'd.
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
Occldenui tod Orieatal S. S. Go.
Fer T0K0HAJU uU I0N0I0N0.
Steamera of the abora Oompanlei will
vail at Honolulu on their way to the abora
porta on or about the following da ten
Btmr "CHINA" January 22, 1896
Hmr "OCEANIC"... February IB 1S
xtmr "CHINA" April i im
Blmr "COPTIC" April K0, 189J
tituir;; VV. fJlKINO' , .'. . .
' June i, 1895
8tmr "iOl'TIO" July 10, 18
M.iir' CITY OP l'KKINU". ..... ..
Aiiauat 111. 1M
Btmr "cOFTIO ...September 19, 1WO
Btmr "CHINA" .t)cU,ber a WNJ
Bunr "COPTIC" NoTember28 isai
Btmr "CITY OF PKINtt"
for 8AN niNCUOU
owamera oi ma aoora uomnanitk will
tall at Honolulu on their way from Hong.
iodk and Yokohama to the abort pun on
nr about th fnllowlnc datett
Btaauara of the abora Ootupenltt will
Btmr "CHINA" Ik-comber 31, 18M
Btmr "GARLIC" February 10 Iwk,
Btmr "PKKU" March ffl 1808
"'mr-OAKUl'" . .. .April VMIIW
8 mr CHINA" May -JO, I8M
Him- COITIC" JunolT Ifttt
omi' --oi a i ur rnMr(4
Ju y 17, iS'tt
oimr "i 11 i VIP JUU UK J A.NMKII'
BeptBlillior 0, I8
Btmr "CHINA" Oo obcr U, i8J5
Htuir ' OPni!" Nnreiuburil laiO
Blmr "CITY OF l'KKINU"
Dweiuber II, IWli
Himr'TO.'TIO" Jntiunry Ift, isim
Btii.r' CHINA" February 24, 1 WW
MTiJ or P18SIGI III IS FOLLOWS:
li ... t.M. ..m ...... "n:...j -v
(!ablb, round trip i
Oabiu, round trip II
.ST-Pawieiigeii paying full far
allowed 1U percent on return fare If
Inr within twelra month
for freight and PaewK apply u
H. HACKFELD h CO.,
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Austraiiao Mail Semi
'' New and Fine Al Bteal Btoamauii
" ALAMEDA "
UI itw OceaiUo Blaamiblp Cowpaut win
be due at Uonolnlu from Bydney and A nnk
lend nn or about
Auu atll leave for tne above
Malik and Pamngeri on or ahont
for Byisey as4J Aaokiasa:
Viw New and Flue Al Bwal Htaauuhli
)l tbe Uoaautc Bteamablp Comiiaui will
be due al Honolulu, from Ban r'ranelano.
Ull Or HlNJtlt
aim will bare prompt deipatab with
Malla and Paiaeugen for the abore porta.
I'lii- uuitnraigned are now prepared to luue
THiOUGo TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN m UNITID 8T4TI8
4er For further rticular reaaritinK
Krelghl of Paage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN A CO., IM.,
ij eaaaral Aieatm.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S S. AUSTRALIA
Iroiu H. F
for 6. F
Deo ill Jan S
Jan. al Feb. 'i
Fob BJ March 'J
March 23 March 30
Muy IH Mav
June lli Jane 'i
July 13 Juiy2U
Aug. 10 Aug. 17
Kept 7 Bept 14
Out.fi Oct. 12
Nov. 2 Nov.U
Front Ban Prauelvnn
From Bydney foi
AltAWA Jan. 171 AliAMKDA Jan 10
AliA.MKDA.HVh. MIMAIIIPOrlA Fb 7
MAKII'OdA Mar. II I AltAWA .. Mar. 7
AltAWA .. Atir 11 AliAMKDA Apr. I
AI.AMhDA May U MAHIPOHA May 2
MiltlPOBA .Juiied, AltAWA . Mat l
AltAWA.. July 4 I AliAMKDA June7
AliAMKDA Aiik 1 MAUI I'OWA July 2-1
MAItlPOHA,Atlg.2tli AltAWA .Alig.J-J
AltAWA ...HenlAi AI.AMi:i)A,HiUltl
iiaaaieri of th abore Line, running In connection wltb in.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancuarar. B. C, and Sydney, N. B. W.. and calling at Victoria. B. C,
Uonolula and Bara (FIJIJ,
A.RH3 DUE -A.T HONOLULU
On or tbont the datei below itated, rlt.t
rrotn Sydney a.nd Sura; for Victoria
and Vaacourer, B. O.: "
Btmr "MIOWKRA" January I
Btmr "MIOWKRA" March 1
Tareifk Tlektsi laaaaA troai teaetala
ruiuMT and rAMiMuia AMCnrei i
D. McNICOLIi, Montreal, Canada.
KOBBRT KKRR. Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. BTKRN. Ban Franciaeo, Cal.
O. McL. BROWN. Vaneonrer, B. O.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
"m I A Kih
O tt Ui" nvn
Stmr. KIN AD
Will leave Huuulillti at t r. a., luiitihlim at
lalialua, Maalaea Ba and Mukeiia tlir
aameday; Mahukoiik, KnMallin, and Uu
nahnehoe the following lav r'lrlni al
Hlln al mldnluhl
Returniug leavr Hllu, toucliitu al Uu
pahoeboeiameday; Kawalhae i. a., Ma
hukona 10 a. m.; Makona Ip.n,, Manlata
Bay Hr. a.; Lahaina r. a the following
day; arriving at Uonnliilu i, . Wwlne
lay and Saturday!
No Kreigbi will v.-i.l utter
11 noon on day of eailitiK
Will leave Honolulu evert ruenut at t
r. a., touching at Kaliulul llut-ln liana.
Uamoa and KJpahulu.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu
No Kreluht will n n.,wiMi after
t e a,
m lay of MtliUK.
Uiumguie mint be at tbe lanuiiiK to
Xkceire their Freight, m wr will not nold
ourielre reionhlble after urli Freight
ha been landed.
While the Company will uae due dill
Ceure in handling Lire Btook, we decline
natui any ratpontlblllty In caie of the
loa of name.
.The Company will not be rettnitiklble for
Honey or Jewelry unlet placed In the car
PIU.l. LINS Of
Japanese1.1 Goods 1
Sill aod Couod Dries Goods,
iSiik, Liueo and (hpe Shirts
. OK COMPIiKTK HTOMK
MaUe by Yamatoya ot Yokohama
When vou are In need of anv line
of Japanese Qood, give u tire I 'nil nt
aove going all around town
aoa STort St xxw& Ouatam Koum
The Best Loncb Id Towi.
Ptrert H.nd OofTHn
T 4U- UOUae
TUK KINKST BHANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
LWAT1 ON UAWn
O. B DWIOHT
Dofll klmtsol Work In
frment & Stone Sidaiks & Curbing.
llaliaHiin liniida larit loipply ol Clil
lle Oratutn Curb and alway ken llu
waiiau i;iiriiing nioiie. riimi
and luwett urice amed IlellTe
From .Victoria and Vaneotrer, 9 -for
afura and Sydney!
Btmr "MIOWKRA" January 24
Btmr "MIOWKRA" March 24
ta Oasaat, Batted gtatea ui Csnt.
AV For Freight and Paisage and all
General Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies 6c Co., L'd,
AgtnUfor th Uavaiinn htnnd.
AND PILKt CURIO BY
Xr. W. Jimnaoi, Adelaide, I. A, fomirly
of Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
"Forthepit3or 4 ynri.T have been a
fret lullerer from rliviimittlim and pllei.
tried all sort of medicine, but derived
no good from them. 1 chanced to read one
of your book and ttiouotit I would give
your tiariauarlllA a trial. 1 did lo.etid after
taking one bottle I fell tieltrr. And alter
taking 4 bottle I v.ni a new man. I v.at
eorry I neer tiMik It before, for It would
liavu saved mo very much pain."
Haa cured othara, will cure you.
Mad by Ut. J.C.Ay.r A Co., Low.ll.Mi..U JI.A.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd..
Bole Agebta for the Itepubllo of Hawaii.
General Business Agent
Writer, Colli ctor and Copyltt.
IIOU8KS - ASM) - HOOMH
1eaied and Rented.
A Thorough Knowledge of Town, Country
riomiu aATtHfAUTioN to i-ath'inh.
JSV OlUce with A. P. PeUraou. Kaalin
mauu itreeu CAl7.ini
Regan Vapot S PiclQc G
TIE IE8T IN TIB MA1KR.
They cannot be aurraiied for motive
SSF-BKND FOB OATAU)UUK-Va
IUtt-tf bole Agent, Nuuauu atreeL
Mutual Telephone Co.
NOTICE TO BUBS0HIBEB3.
AT A MKUIIVUOFTIIKDIIIKriOHH
ol tlm C in iu:i y Imlil t iIk lut U wai
ret-ihi-il that on und a ter the tlr il-i) ol
Junuary iMiO, the rate f the one of iWe
plio ilu liiftriimuiHH will lw uh (ol w:
I'rivnt- lti-Hit'iiie, tier inoiilli . I-'.'O
IIiihIii hm lloiixexiind tillicon HO
Country rJtttiun-i 7.&U
l'njulil-(imrlirl) In rtdviiiue
I lloii'ilillil, Dec.
! A. F. MedoiroK & Co
Hotel hi., iiuiler Arllligioo HoUi
Latest Pattern in Suitings
HeoelvHl by Krery Bleamer
PBKrTCT PIT 01 NO SALE
Citv Oaruiage Co.,
Corner King aud Bethel HU
- SOTS TBLEPIOIfES 113 -
Fine Carriage Ac Civil Drive
( To be had at all hour
J. S. ANDHADK,
ffsJBBBBBBBBBBBB. Vr i ' ' aV?i
' bbbbbbbbV V I W '-WVT7
fanes & Lanes !
Golden Kale Bazaar.
W. F. BijMlta,
Presents for Everybody
- Caak Atwlya TaTki feat TMrelora-"
Oaak PrtOM art Hilt.
HANDSOME GIFT BOOKS
At Publisher' Prices;
Bibles and Prayer Books,
Fine Boclety Note Paera in latett
ljtwn Tennis Bupplies,
Xuias Cards, Calendars and Booklets,
NOVELTIES of all Dr-scripilODS I
Paluttand Painting Hooka.
Uoniilnu I X I. Kulrukhiid llators,
Hair llrtlslii-s mid L'oiiiIk,
Velocipedes and Wnguni,
Domestic Skwisu Maciiixks
Haul Ben ItiB Ma lithe J.S.XJ Up,
Blinvltig Mugiiand llntili-,
IDOllS and TOVS
In (treat Variety;
l.enthvr Uood In Pur.'oi". Dinrles,
Pocket Hook. Ktc, Kto , hto.,
Drawing .Material. '
And Don't Forget linvo added a
And all 8iilicrItloiM will hnve
Orden lor Motto ay Every 8tamr.
Oixxla nro in tlotnautl Just now.
IVuplu who cntiuol nlTord luxuriua
fan fiuil uluiitv f statilu artiulus tu
liny; a Dress 1'rUtorn uinkva a tili-f
pruaotil. A tirottj- Silk Dross bo-
a wotuau at all titntut. I liaro sotnn
liuo Silk Dross Uooda thai 1 am sell
Iuk at ruasoualilu prices, also Wiutor
Dross Goods of ovory variuty, thoy
aro good value aad latest designs.
I don't won't to tiro yon with too
natch talk, in fact don't waut to pull
the wool over your eyes, but would
liku to pull thu wool over your foot
with some of my tfiuo Hosiery.
a woman said, "What shall I Kt for
my little KltlV A Doll, Madam.
By all means a Doll. 1 have some
Beauties finely dressed and with
Natural Hair, each put in a separate
box; this will be sure to please
little girl. For older people we have
a countless array of Koods, both use
ful, oruameutal and decorative, aud
with a wish that you will be Judi
cious aud iuspect my stock before
buying elsewhere. I wish you a
Mi. S. JL.EV1T,
Font Street, II. I.
ROBBER STAMPS I
BROWN & KUREY,
WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS
Oood nld on Weekly or Monthly
4 Mtienlc Ttmpl, Alike StrtiL
HONOLULU, . H.I.
FOUR NICE LOTS
Near King Htrr-et, Opposite Helur.
Also. 12 lx)l on (iiein klree) between
I'iiucIiIhimI aud rJoutli atreet.
For Particular, Inquire nl
R W. WILCOX,
Cornr of LJueen and Nnuanu Htreel,
STATUS OF TBS CABLX.
Larks of Canada Talks About
the Inter-Colonial Schema.
Among the passengers by the
Warrimoo for Sydney, which called
hero on Monday, was J. S. Larke, a
prominent man of affairs belonging
to the Dominion of Canada. Mr.
Larke was the Canadian Executive
Commissioner at the Columbian Ex
position, lie was also the Canadian
delegate to the Imperial Federation
League in London. Mr. Larke is
going to reside iu Sydney as a trade
commissioner for Canada, which has
no consuls or diplomatic agents of
her own. As the name of his office
Implies, its purpose is the promo
tion of trade between the Australian
Coltjuios and the Dominion. His
appointment is the outcome of the
establishment of steam communica
tion, the inter-colonial conference at
Ottawa, and corresponding efforts
for establishing closer relations be
tween those two great sections of
the British Empire.
Ah the steamer was entering the
harbor, a gentleman told the editor
of this paper that Mr. Larke was ex
pected to be a passenger. Shortly
after the steamer was tied up, a tall
Ki'Ullouiau, of noble bearing aud
ory genial couutouauco, called at
the Bulletin ollice to luquiro the
way to the British Consulate. He
wai at once taken to be Mr. Larke
and, acknowledging his identity as
that pereonairv, he readily took au
offered chair and conversed about
inter-colonial trade aud cable mat
ters. After roplyiug to a question as to
whether his trip to the Colonies was
ou official business, the answer to
which has been given in the fore
going lines, Mr. Larke spoke with
animation on tne prospects ol luo
"As to the cable," he said, "the re
sult of the conference at Ottawa was
that several offers were received for
laying the cable. These offers show
ed three things.
"First, the cable cau bo construct
ed without any further Government
surveys. Eaoh of the tendering
companies is willing to undertake a
survey for itself. There are surveys
extnut between Australia aud Ha
waii, aud llttwaii aud the United
States coast, but none between Brit
ish Columbia aud this point. This
division, however, the compauy that
gels the contract will survey lor It
self. "Secondly, the cable oan be laid
tor within the price estimated by
"l'litrdly, a relay station is loasl
ble either at Hawaii or Fanning
Islaud. There is uot the same diffi
culty, it has been demonstrated, in
cabling over such long dlstauces as
had been anticipated. Twelve words
a minute cau bo sent from British,
Columbia to Funning Island."
Mr. Larke endorsed au editorial
remark iu a recent issua of the
Bulletin, to the effect that the pro
moters of this cable did not consider
Hawaiian connection an essential
condition of the enterprise. Of
course thoy would be glad to have a
station here, aud Mr. Larke inquired
eagerly whether the Hawaiian Gov
ernment had received any answer to
its reference of the matter to Wash
ington. "How are you satisfied with the
trade so far with these Islands by
the new steamer liuet"
"We should like to have a good
deal more. Canada has timber,
graiu, iron, coal, fish, etc., but we
cannot produce sugar. On the other
haud there is California. Of course
it is to the interest of the Islands to
cultivate the most frioudly relations
with the United States. At present
she gives you preferential advan
tages for your sugar, but how long
will these coutiuuet"
Mr. Larke referred to the pre
carious position of the American
duty ou raw sugar, which under the
treaty amounts to a bounty ou Ha
waiian sugar, aud proceeded with
the caution, however, that he was
uot talking officially:
"Now California is going largely
into beet sugar, thero not being
much profit iu her fruits. California
is going to be hostile to these lslauds
because the two countries will be
competitors iu raising sugar.
"Canada would uuduubtedly find
it proutauie to take your sugar, in
return for the many products she
could furnish you with iu rot urn.
Of ciitirse, it is ridiculous to thiuk
thai Cat adu ban any designs ou
these Iblaiiuu. We have as much
country uow oh we are well able to
Mr. Lirko was satisfied that a
good choice hail beuti made iu Mr.
Bowell to succeed the lamented Sir
John Ihouipsou as Premier of the
Dominion. He was pleased to hear
that the uow l'romior had made
friends of the uieiubura of the Gov
ernment and others iu Honolulu.
Iu connection with the cable, the
Warriinoo's mail briugs a short re
port of the speech Sir John Thump
sou delivered iu Loudou theeveuiug
before his death. IVo. said the cable
problem was too grrat a one for the
Dominion to solve, but Canada's aud
Australia's williuimess to urant sub
sidies reudered the completion of a
cable eventually certain, the cost be
ing thus reduced $1,000,000 below
tlie amount expected.
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
is makiug a specialty of. Lantern
Slides (or lecture by the set or
If your iubicrlption lu ttyirtd now
i a good time to re-Msr U,