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VOL. IX. NO. 1235.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 18!)').
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
miNTKD AND rDDLlSUKD
xnirr 8UNUA1 by Tin
Dally BallettD Publishing Co., L'd.,
4T tiii orrtm
i'2B 4 328 merchant St., Honolulu, B. I.
rUiUHCItlPTION-Bu Dollars a Yaa.
iMivered In Honuliilil at Firrv Hints a
Month, In advance.
I'M WEEKLY BDLLET1N
- 18 PUULIHHKD -IOV-U3R.Y
.VI KlIDR DoLLABfl A YlAR to Domestic,
nd KlVK Dollars to Foreign Htibscrthnrs
tinyahle In advance.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
imin m eurxRlok bttlb
IW P. O. UOX 89. -
I el DaILT liOLLITIM Is liriltled Mill
lished by the DMh-llulletin Fublls
Company, LlmlU-d, at Its otilce, Mer
chant hi reel, uonoiuiu, Hawaiian ibi-
ends. Daniel I-oan, editor, realties ou
Alakee treet, HonoUilii aforesaid.
Address letters for the paper " Kdltoi
Uollktin," and bubliiCBB letters " Manager
Dally llulletln Publishing Compatiy."
Using a personal address may canse delay
L.KWKIIS A OOOKK,
t lllfOHTlKB AMU DKALKRS In LOUKII 4 HI'
m.l ziniim or liuiuin Matiriau
Fort Btreet. Honolulu.
. HAOKKEL.U 0O
'kiriier Kort ami ijiieeii htrrets Hiiiuiliilii.
iNO. S. SBC1TH1E8
lTIIl.aA lNNkAI ItPaiN.. Al1
Mahukoua, Kubnla, Hawaii,
UANIlrtrTUKIM,. Jb(.( .,. M TIIII
Kukul Jewiilry a specialty I'brliciilH
attention ,ld to all kinds of ri1n.
Campbell Ulock, Mercliitut Street.
HONOLULU 1HON WOIIKH,
T1 KNI.IhAa, HrilAN Mil.tn ll.lll.s..
CouLtH I ruin, llnbh mt I,mai
Vlrtiililiiery uf Kvery DeuTipiiou Made ti
Unler. Particular attention paid to Hhips'
lllnckmiilthinK- lnl War eiecnteil at
IK) YEN KEK & CO.,
41 iinanii Hlrnei
Tinsmiths, Plombinu. Btc.
OKOCKKKY anil ni.ARHU'MtK
CONTItAOTOK AND Buii.DKH.
KBtimntes kIvoii on all kinds oi Ilrlck,
Iron, Blime ami Wooden lluiidlngs. Job
bint; of alt klndn Iluiulliif; Material for
Bale. 510 and fil2 lvin street, ltetldeiice
Telephone, Hell 227; P. O. Hox 11.
DK. C. V. MOOKE,
1400 Van Ness Ave., B. F., Cal.
Blegant ApartmentB for Pationta.
ILCOTRIOITT IN NIRVODB DIUXAHIB.
Dr. Moore oilers invalida all the
comforts of home, with constant and cart
ful treatment. Refers to 11. It. Macfarlane
Alias Assurance Co.
AH8RTS, . . . 110,000,000
W. S(JHMlT)T & SONS
Atrenlafor Hawaiian Nlanda
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
i king si.
G, J. WiLLKB,
WM. G. IRWIN & GO.
OFKttll FOH HALB
Ceiftbratjd HKQ Grade Canti Muinru.
ilsn pinrtarert to Ink,, oidert In'
Uon.irH. n. Olilanat .oo
iuiiir.HK prompt daliv. i
superior Paint On outi
iiiiulnK !fiu ,'liti'ni u'uii I. Indeed oil and
tlriiiR A lasting brilll.uici to uclorii.
I hod with ilrUx It gives it splendid floor
Falrbauk Canning Co.'b Corntd Beat
Arrtni taiht vo.'t
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
imd't Pitent Stein Pip Cotirloi
Jarbirfw' Diamond, Enamel h Bvur
KnH:iail desiKUed lot Vacuum 1'aus,
Wm. U. Irwin
W. M. OlHard.
I'hwi ). Piiim
President and Manager
Hecretary and Treasurer
Go uimiBsloii A.ttHiiih
iKKMTti or Tlli
iluuaulc Steamship Company,
H BA KHANOltlCO, OAL
Hkm. Tkl. 381. Mctoal Tbl. 07.
P. O, IOX 321.
I2H A 130 FOHT 8TKKKT.
IN ALL ITB
Orders from the other Islands In
HulidlnQ, Trimming, Paintlag, Etc., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to
W W. WUrGIIT, Puop.
iHiiciHwr lo O. WHt.l
U t BOTH TKLKPHONKH
III "STACK iV CO.
'in auy iiiautliv
hs to a ton
Ohio iii- natr mi any iiiatlltlt
in 4.fu leiiKths and hawed ur-Bpllt
from a linn to any itinntlty : also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Cor. Allen & Fort Sts.,
Oyator Oocktaila I
Sauor Brunnon 1
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and liest Quality.
Southwest Corner King & Manauo Sta.
Batbing - and Picnic - Resoit
For Families, ladles and Children,
GBA3. F. WARNER, : : . : Manager.
The European Lunch Rooms
CHOCK BINO, Proprietor,
Hotel Btreot, nearly opposite liethel
First-Clots Mails at Moderate Prices
At ull Hours. Putrouage Solicited,
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental aad Oriental S.S. Co.
For TOKOHAMA and HONQ&ONQ.
steamers oi the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their tray to the above
lorts on or about the following dates:
Btmr "CHINA" . . .January 22. 1893
Htmr"OOKANIO".. February pj 18!tt
ninir"HINA" April Im
Stmr "COPTIC" April 30, 18113
Btmr "CITY UK I'KKINU' ... ...
Juno I, lt-'Jj
StnifCOITIC".. . . July 10. lb'H
Ht nr CITY UK I'KKISO" . . ..
Auiinst 10, 1MB
Btmr "LOl'TIO .. .September III. 1MB
Btmr "CHINA '.. . October IN, 18'B
Suur "COPTIC". ...November 28, Ib'JJ
Btmr "CITY OK 1'KKINu"
December 2a, l8!lt
Por SAN FKANCI8CU
bUjauiers ot the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong.
konu and Yokohama to the above (Kxi on
or about the followlnc dates:
Btmr "OAKMO".... February 10, 1KB
Btmr "PKKU" March ), 18U1
Hlmr"OAKl.in April IWtmw
Bunr' CHINA" ...May 20, 1MB
Bun. ' COPTIC" Juno 17, 1KB
Btui'"opn okpk-nInip ... ....
July 17. l.VB
Btmr-JIKI.OIC'' . . August II, 1MB
Blmr"l,ITY OK KIO iik J.vNKIUO1
Beptcmbur 0, 18!B
Btmr "CHINA" Oc.oberli, 1MB
Ktmr"i OPTIC" Ni.vemburU, 1MB
Btmr "CITY OK PKKINU" .
December II. Ih'rt
Bimr'-COfTlC".. January 1, IBs,
Btiur' CHINA" ....February 21, MJ
BATHS OP PASSAGE AtiK -AS FOLLOWS'
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip 191
W PasseiiKers payltiK full fare will be
allowed 10 percent oil return fare If "tturn
Inir within twelve mouths
for Freight and Pan-nK- apply u
B. HAGKFELD & CO.,
n ti Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service
Fur San Pranciacu .
riie Mw and Fine Al Bleel Hlennn.nn
" MARIPOSA "
til the Oueamc Bteamaliip Unnpaiij win
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Anri
liiml on or about
And will leave for the above iori with
Mhilsanil Passengers on or about that date
Pur Sydney and Auckland :
r New and Flue Al Bteel Htramshli
" ARAWA '
OI tne Oneauiii bteaiushlp IVuiiiiaii) will
br due at Honolulu from Han Franctnco
hi or about
And ull nave proiiipt desnatidi
'lie undersigned are now prepared Ui Issue
rtiHOUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THb' UNITED STATES
AtT For furttiui particular). ri:rdluk
Kreiirhl or ('assae apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN 4 CO., Ltd.,
I'M' Oeneral Agenta.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Itaave Honolulu
from B. F. for B. F.
Jan. 2(1 Feb. 2
Feb. 23 March 2
March 23 March 30
AprI' 20 April 27
May 18 May 25
June 15 June 22
July 13 Jmy 20
Ali. 10 auk. l7
Bept 7 Bept It
Oct.5 Oot. 12
Nov li Nov.U
From Ban Francis,
From Sydney fut
AHAWA Jan. 17 I ALAMKDA Jan. 10
ALAMKDA .Feb. It MAKIPOBA. Feb. 7
MAKIPOSA Mar.lt AllAWA .. Mar. 7
AKAWA....Apr HI ALAMKDA Apr. 1
ALAMKDA May 0 MA1UPOSA May 2
MAKIPOBA .June (li AllAWA. ,.Ma 30
AllAWA July 4 ALAMKDA June 27
ALAMKDA .Aug. 1 MAKIPOSA. July 25
MAlllPO8A.AiiK.20i AllAWA.. .AtiRja
AllAWA. ...Sept. 20 I ALAMKDA.Bept. 10
A LAMBDA.. Oct. 24 MAKIPOBA .Oct. 17
niaiiinrs ot the above Line, runntiiR In ooiinnntlun with in.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
lletweeii Vancouver, B. 0.,
A.R.H1 DXJH3 -A.T
On or about the dates
From Bydnoy and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver. B. 0.:
Btmr "WA it III MOO" Kebiuaryl
Htmr MIOWKIIA" March 1
Btmr"WAKUIMOO" April 1
Through Tickets Issued Iron Honolulu
rRIIOIIT AND PASSING! AIIRNTBI
I). M( N1C0I.1,, Montreal, Canada
K0I1KKT KKKK, Wlnnl)Kg, Canada
M. M. STKKN, Ban Kranclsco, Cal.
(J McU IIKOWN. Vancouver, II. 0.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
0. L WIGHT, Pres. 8. II ItOSK, Bed.
Cat. J.A KINO, PortSupi.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m., unichlUK at
Lahalna, Maalaen ilav and Makena the
same day; Mahukoua, Kawalhae and I-au,
pahoeline the fiillnwinir dav arrlvlnif at
Vllln tVu Ml m vutiltiK
LKWra IIOMOUI v AltlllVKa llll.NOI.l i.u.
Tuesdav . .
Kriday . ,
Tu edy .
Tuesduy . .
'8 I Krliay ...
, . Jan. 2.'i
. Fell. Ift
Ap 11 HI
. May HI
. June II
. Fob 10
. Mr 22
A pill 12
May 1 1
. July 6
. July 10
. itn. (I
. A uc. 10
"rlday . .
Kriday." . . ,
Krlnay . . .
A UK. 27 1'uesifay
pepi. li I rniiay
Sept. 17 1 Tuesil.
II I Friday
.Oc . 4
..Kept. 27 Friday
.. lie. iu
. Nov. 8
. Nov. ill
Friday . .
Friday. . .
Dec. VII Friday
KetnrniiiK, will leave lillo at 1 o'clock
i'. m., UiucIiiiik at Laupahoehoe. Mahu
koua and Kawaihae same day; Makena,
Maalaea Hay mi t Lahalna the followliiK
dav: arriving ut Honolnln the afternoons
of TuesdiijH and Kridays
No Kreluht will he received
12 noon nn .lay of "Mllnc
Will leave Honolulu Tnesdajs it 1 r. u..
tnucliitiK at Kahnltii liana, Hatnos and
Kipahulu, Mstil Keturnint; arrives al
Honolulu Munday uiorniiu's
WHiaill at Nim
of on li month.
K'tip i, ou leco-id trip
No Freluht will
be rervivnd after
t r. m.
on nay of sailing.
Tills Company will reserve tlio rlht to
make uliiuw in the tlmeof dupartuiu and
arrival of its si, timers Million notice mid
It wlil not be responsible for any u use.
ijueuciN arlsiui; tin refrom.
t'olisiKHi'iM must heattliu l.siidingi to
receive their Freight: ill s Coiinuinv ulll
not hold Itself rciionsiulc for freight after
It mis lieuu landed. I
Live block only at owner's risk.
This Compuny will not be responsible lor '
Money or vain ibles of piienmB unless i
plneed Iu tile eare of Purser. I
Passengers are reoiiested to iiurchase ,
tlckeis b fore embarking Those falling to i
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of tweuty.llve per cent.
i ih& d y
ft, i rot i rv. A
- . , . J"
FULL LINK Of
Japanese '.'Goods I
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Su, iu,. ate. ate.
Silk, Linen and Crape Shirts
OF COMi'LKTK BTOUK -Made
by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
gW When you are Iu need of any tine
of Japanese Uoods, give us tint call and
save going all around town.
aoo 3Toxt OU, nwavx Cvuetoxa acovusa
W., and calling at Victoria.
below stated, vlt. i
from Victoria and Vancouver, fl
(or Suva and Bydnoy;
to Canada, United States and Europe.
For Fro I Kht and PnssaiEe unci all
Oeneral lutormatTou, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agenttor the Hawaiian l$tanil
HAS NO EQUAL
ion tiif urii n ur ok
It yI relievo
the inoHt "M
sootlie the In-
tin Died mem-
i In line, loovu
Mm p tile urn.
lid linluco re-
Tor the cure of
hiUl'oiiKh.Sorii 'llirout and nil
the putinnuary trouble to which the j mini:
are so liable, there It no other rciiicil) so
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
HI0KE3T AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
MAitolixIlr.J.C.Ajeri Co., Uivcll,Ma..n.S.A
fTS-llrire"f cliciitinllnlliin Tli iiiinii
Aier's Cherry Pei lornl -I' iroiiilnrnl mi
tin. Mrii'i.r. iihtl l.lionn In tlie a;1 f cib
of our boitltM.
Hollister Drug Co., Ld.,
Bole Agents for the itipublio of KiivmiIi.
General Business Agent
Writer, Collator and Copyist.
IIOUSKS - AND - ItOOMS
l-use and Keuled.
A ThuMiiKh Knowledge of To vn, Co"iitry
and P- pi".
rilOMIbtS HATIsr.lirlll III rTKuMI.
ViW. Oillcu with A. I'. Pet- rson KiihIhi.
maun Btreui. I207.ini
Mutual Telephone Co.
NOTICE TO BUU30K1HEHS.
of the L'tiniiiini hold tiiNitay It was
resolved that on and a ter the tlr day of
January id'i.'i, the rules f.n the use of tele,
phonic Instrmueuis will la- us fol ws:
Private UesldenecH, ier inoutli 1-' 0
llllslll'HH House Mid tllllre I ll
Country Stations 7.00
ruyaiiieiiiarii riy ill aiiviuee
1210 1 in
Honolulu, Deo. 12, lb'H.
Regan Vapor & Pacific Gas
THB BEST IN THE MARKET.
Tliey cannot be siirr-aebed for motive
Ta-BKND FOK OATALOOUK-a
1033-tf Bole AKent, Nliuauu street
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant il Tailora
Hotel Hi., under Arltnittou Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
llenetved by Kvery Steamer.
brfect pit or no sale.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and liethel Hts.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carrlagos &c Civil Drlvoru
To be had at ail hour
I ' I nHFRRY I
1 -1a.'ioj-. L I
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : : Prop.
Presents for Everybody
Oisb Atwtjrs Talks and Tbereloro
Cash Prices are Hade.
HANDSOME GIFT BOORS
At Piililllinrs' Prices;
lilbles and Prayer Hooks,
Fine Boclety Note i'ajiers iu latest
Lawn Tennis Supplies,
Xiiius Cards, Calendars and HooLlets,
NOVELTIES of all Descriptions!
Paints and PalntliiK Hooks,
Ceiiulne I X L Knives ami I'aiors,
linlr llrushe and Combs,
Velocipedes and Wagons,
Domkstic Skwixo Maciiixks
Hand BewltiK Maclilnes S.W Up,
HhavliiK Mllfjsnnd llrulies,
Guitars from H.uo Up,
Dolls and Tovs
In Great Variety J
Leather Good In Purses, Diaries,
Pocket Hooks. F.tu., Kto., i.to.,
And Don't Forget ve liave added a
all Bulmcrlptious will have
Ordeis lur Music by Every Steamer.
AGAIN TO THE FRONT
Big "Ctaelioa" Victuiits!
Vivo Klrsta aud Throo Soconde Out ot
El i;li t ltuci-B
At Knpiolaul Park, Dec. 2.1, lftDI.
Dexter and Atkinson
Two "Cleveland" Stars.
, Clinmberlulu won easy on a "Cleve-
Atki'.son hulls the truck r. cord In
u cut ol I 2-.'i second.
Dexter wins all the o,n events.
Cleveland Bicycles & Tires
II. E. WALKER,
RUBBER STAMPS !
C JR. COLLIN'S,
TIIK H KI.L-KNIIWN
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any cur
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOh
Fondert, Dashes, Binrm Aprons, Kic,
at Uiwest I'osslble Prices, and
Workmanship oi the Heat.
I use KlrsUclass Muterlal of my own lin
portiut;. Munufiictitrer o' all kinds of
Workshop 210 Klnp. Street near Miiunakca.
P. (), Hox ivm.
FOUR NICE LOTS
Near KIiir Street, Opposite ltufor
Also, 12 Lots ou Queen street between
Punchbowl ami South streets,
wm- For Particulars, inquire of
R. W. WILCOX,
Comer of CJueeu uud Nuuann Streets,
UW-tl (Up Stairs.
v VLLLSsssaaMtMtKivi' i
. I BKOWN & KUEY,
1 1 WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS
I I Oorsls sold on Weekly or Monthly
I'llOV ' ' I payments.
UlluU ' I 4 Mstonle Temple, Alakei SlreiL
HONOLULU, - H. I.
Coath of u 8choolmato of Several
Mrs. Nancy Sumnor Ellis died at
ltUO o'clock on Thursday aftornoou
of asthma. Deceased had been ail
itifj for BOino four years. JJoeently
ahubucauio much worse and nodical
skill was unavailing. Mrs. Ellis was
fifty-six years of ago at the time of
death, and loaves two sons ami ono
daughter. Shu was horn iu the old
palace where the Executive btiildiutf
is now located. She was educated in
the Koyal School and had for school
mates such persons as the lato King
Kalakaua, Lilittokalani, Katnamalu
and other ehiolesses. The funeral
took place yesterday afternoon, in
terment being in this Catholic Ceme
tery. A large nutnlMsr of friends and
acquaintances attended tho funeral.
Do Thou Likewise
When ono sots a candle in a win
dow ou a dark night ho never can
tell how many lost and bewildered
travellers it may guide on their way.
1 once knew dear old lady who
habitually did it ou every dark night.
Tho road that passed her house was
always forsaken aud lonesome
enough, and houses were far apart.
So, on the general principle of good
will to men, she placed her caudle iu
a sort of projecting wiudow, where
it would Htiino both ways aud do tho
most good. She is dead and gone
now, but lot us hope that her family
keeps up tho custom. To bo sure it
DroiiL'hl her many a straugo guest,
yet she did what she could lor them,
aud never grumbled -pay or no pay.
A year or two ago a little book
was printed, containing an account
by .Mr. John liudsoii, of Warboys,
lluulr), of the way lie was cured of a
wasting disease by Mother Seigel'a
Curative Syrup a complaint con
tracted in India, whore .Mr. llodsou
was once a soldier in tho British
Tins caudle of llodson's beamed
hopefully in all directions, anil
among others, its rays fell upon the
eyes of a woman Mio needed light
al that particular time. How it
came to pass she lulls in a letter,
from which wo quote the following:
"1 wa," elio says, "always healthy
up to May, 1831, when 1 had au at
tack oi gastric fever, which loft mo
low and feeble. 1 had a bad tastu
in the mouth, aud alter everything
I ale I had great pain iu tn ciiest
and sides, ami also dreadful pain at
tho back and between tho shoulder
blades, ami a sinking feeling at the
pit of the stomach. My legs trem
bled aud shook under me, so 1 could
not walk out. Indeed, it was as
much as 1 could do to get across
tho Hoor. A dry, hacking cough set
in aud shook mo very much, and 1
lost a deal of sleep.
"As 1 grew weaker I was confined
to my lied more and more, anil my
daughter was obliged to take my
place in doing the housework. A
doctor attended mo for over a year.
He tried first one kind of medicine
aud then another, but none of thein
helped me. Al the end of the year
the doctor said he could do no more
for me, and recommended mo as a
last resort to try a change of air.
"1 had got to despair of over get
ting belter when a book was sent to
me full of statements from ilifTereul
people, telling how they had boon
made well of various complaints by
using Mother Seigel'a Curative
Syrup, aud 1 read of a young mail
living at Warboys, near me, having
iioon cured in a marvellous inauuer
by this medicine. 1 got a bottle
from Messrs. Palmer and Sous, Che
mists, Itamsey, aud after L had taken
it a wuuk 1 (ell relief ami gained
strength. All my puin Irjt me, and 1
have uvor looked behind me since.
I take au occaMonal dose of the
Syrup and Keep in excellent health.
1 gnu 3 ou full permission to use this
letter an you think lit. Yours truly,
(sigued; Siiiah Mason, Kauisey
Heights, Itamsoj, Hunts, January
lial Letter use could we possi
bly put this lady's letter to than to
publish it? Iu this way it has faiieii
into the present reader's bauds, and
may turn out to be a caudle iu the
window to show him refuge aud
shelter lieside some long aud gloomy
path. A word more on this very
point It is not a matter of choice
whether wo are to help one another.
n are oiiinjed and liounil tu do so by
every consideration of morality and
utility. Humanity is like the body
of one man: if a single part is neg
lected tho rest must pay tho poualty.
If, for instance, Mother Seigel'a Cur
ative Syrup has done you good, eay
so, publish it, make it known. Others
near you may bo groping iu dark
ness. And it is all the more a subject of
rejoicing that this remedy, as iu the
above case, conquers indigestion aud
dyspepsia, bocauso that complaint it
is which clouds tho sun for millions
ou Life's hard road.
NOT1CK IS HKIIKIIY (HVKN THAT
Castle it Cooke. Limited, a corpora
tion, tuts boon orunUfd under tho Uiws
of the itepubliuol iianuil us a Joint Stock
Comp.uiy of limited liability fur the pur
pose of carrying ou all tliu merchandise
aud ai;eucy uusluess heretofore carried ou
by Castle ,t Cooke, which business has
been uetiuired by said Company. At a
meeting held on lleruinbcr 2stu, Ib'll, tho
Articles of Association were signed and
adopted uud tlio foil ..wine olllcers were
J. II. Athrrton Protldcnt,
K. D. 'leuney Secretary,
W. A. lluweii ...Treasurer.
K. 1). TKNNKY,
Secretary Castle t Cooke, Limited,
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