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PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOL. IX. NO. 12 Mi.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 18if.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
PBtNTBD AND PDBLIBUBD
n)i'i mnDAT bi thi
Dallj BallellD Publishing Co., ld.,
at tiii ornoa
rlB k 32U nerctunt St., Honolulu, B. I
-UIHHMUmON-Blx Dollars a Via.
Delivered In Honolulu at Fifty OiNTe a
Month, lu advance.
- I'ilE Mm BULLETIN
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inii Piva Dollars to Foreign (Subscriber
nayable. In advance.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
nOKI IM STjrSBlOR HTTLI
P. U. BOX 89. -tjfc.
t Daily Hollktik la nr uted mid
Hilled by the Dully Bulletin Publishing
Company, Limited, at its office, Mer-
Company, Limited, at its office, Mer
chant street. Honolulu. Hawaiian Ial.
audi). Dautel Ixignti, editor, resides on
Alakea itroft, Honolulu, aforesaid
Address letters foi the paper 'Kditur
Uoi.i.itin," anil business letters " Manager
Daily Bulletin Publishing Company."
Using a personal address may ranae delay
uiiWEna at uookk,
lnilMRTfRl- AtlD lllAI.KK IN I.IIMHSk 4NI
Ml IIMK Or IIUIIDINO MATItlll.
furl Htreei, IJonoliilii
H HAOKKELD OO
' unixi Hutl unit lueeii fliirxif. Iloiiuitili,.
JUO 8 UMIVMIKH
"""l" "l HaMskAl HlKilM. -,
Muliuminn, Koimlu, Hunnii
. r A . ti i;
Kiiiiiii Jimflry a HPtulalty. Partinuta'
luiitioii paid to all klmlxof repair
OHiiipboll Illook, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON WOUK8,
TAlll KnuiNtn, SlJdAa MlLlJ., HoiLill,
iiniiLitm Ikon, Huaka, anp Umkv
VJanhiiiery uf Every DBorlption MhUb to
Order. Partloular attention paid to fihip'
BlHrkaiulthlng. Job Work exeoiltMd al
CONTRAGTOK ANI) BuiLDEU.
Estimates given on nil kinds of Brick,
Iron, Stone ami Wooden Bul.dinRS. Job
bitig of all kinds llnlidlng Mrurinl for
salo. 310 ami Ml! King street. Itesidente
Telephone, Hell 227; P. O. IJox 11.
DR. C. VV. MOORE,
14W) VBn Ness Ave., B. F., Cal.
Elegant Apartment for Patients.
(LICTBiriTT IN NKEVOU8 01S(A8KS.
W Dr. Moore otfers invalids all the
comforts of home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Kefi-ra to H. II. Mncfarlane.
HO YEN KEE & CO..
41 viiuniiu rjtreel
Tinsmiths. PlambinQ, Etc.
nitOCKKKV and OLAHHWAIIK
Atlas Assurance Co.
ABHKTH, . . 110,000,000.
IT. W. S(JHMU)T A SON.s
Apenla o- HhwIIhii IilnniU
City Carriage Co.,
Virner King and Bethel Hta
- B0TB TELEPHONES 113 -
Pine Carriages & Civil Driven
To be bad at all hoars
J. S. ANDRADK,
METROPOLITAN HEAT Co7
i KIBC ST
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G. J. Walleb, ; : Manager.
WM. G. IRWIN & GO.
UP t-Kli FOB HAL
CI. (ItOBt CII
CjinnraiBO Htfiti Grudfi Caoe Manures.
W are also prepared to Ink order tut
UMHHro JN OtllcA-ticlt. 4k Oo '
Insuring prompt deliver?
1 Ills Ik a BUII
superior faint Oil, con-
numlng lego pigment than Linseed Oil, and
Deed with drla It give n splendid
Pairban. Canning Co.'t Corned Boat
rnwi i-aiht ro. .
Comiiuunds, Rooting & Papon,
)' faumi SiHaru flpc Dounni
Jarbiwn Otamuad, Enamel A
Kkn-..iio itnnlKlied lor Nuiliiuiii fmn
Hartlurt) Ptrv Hindrance Co.,
i.iniiiuu a LtoiHtiire Fire Int. Co..
rt.irx aiiq Morbey Marino In. Co.,
Now Yura LUti Int. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
Owneral Auttnt tor Hawaiian lalanlt.
Wfli.G. Irwin & Co.
Wiu, U. Irwin
W. M. Gltlard,
Theo. O Porter
President and Manager
Secretary and Treasnrer
( UlUllfUHtSlOU AKHlJtA
triCNTh -If TM
Oceanic Steamship Compaiy.
ilr HAN KKANU1HCO. OAL
Hcll Tel. 381. Mdtdal Tel. mi.
P. O. BOX 32L
12 & 1.S0 FOltT BTUEET.
Onlera from the other Islands In
BnltdJflg, Trimming, Painting, Etc., Btc.
Promptly Attended to
W W. WRIGHT, Piu.p
Hnc-esHir to O. WaH
14 - BOTH TKI.KPHONKH UT 414
111 STACK & ).
'in any quantity Itiim
hair to a ton
GH ARGO AL
friini one nag to any iinaiitltv
lu vfL lengths aud Hawed or Bpltl
from a hag to any quantity; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Oyator Oocktaila I
Sauor Brunnon I
Frodnrickaburg Boar I
.straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds aud Best 0;uftl!ty,
Southwait Qornar King k Knuaau Sta.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
-Art I) lit
Occtdenul and Oriental S. S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONQKONQ.
Hteamers ot the above Oompanlei will
call at Honolulu on their way to the abnvH
ports on or about the tallowing datei :
Btmr "OOKANIO"... February 10, 1895
Hlnir "OHIN" April '2. I
Stmr "COPTIC" April 30, 1895
June 1, 1X93
Btmr "t'OPriU".. . . July 10. i8'n
Btmr "CITY OF PKK.INO"
Auuiist 10, 1NO
Btnir "COPTIC ' ...Brptember l, l0
Btnir "CHINA . October 2, IS 15
Bimr "COPTiC" November 28, 1893
Btnir "CITY OF PKlvlNti"
December 2n, 1K05
for SAN FRANUI8C0.
Steamers of the above Ootuiiauies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
nr about the following date:
Btmr "PKP.U" ..
.February 10. 1895
,. .March 29, 1895
... April W IK'i'
. May 20, I8'
.. Juno 17. I Ml.
"Clf OFPKMNO' .
Jtl y 17. ISO
Btiur-JIKLUIC" . August , l8'
btmr "c ITY OF UIO nr. J iN KlKn'
BcpU'lllllOr 0, lh'lTl
Stmr "CHINA" . Oc.obortl, iwrt
Htmr"' OPriC" . .. November l, ItAtt
Bimr "CITY OF PKKINO "... . .
..Inniutry in, 18'fci
.Fobruury 21, ib1!
14T13 OF PASSAGE ABE AS FOLLOWS
I'abtti, lumid trip 4
I'abln, round trip I?
aV Passeugeik paying tall tare will bt.
alluwnd 10 percent ott return fare If return.
Miv within twelve montlm
MtT Hoi Kreignt ami l'nnKr ppiy H
H. UACKFELD & CO.,
or, it Agent.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
sirdliui) Mail Servict
For San FrancUcu .
New and Fine Al Bteel Hieaiiimiu
" MARIPOSA "
HI the Oceanic Steamship Compnii) wilt
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Anri
land on nr about
And will leave for the above purl with
Malls and Pamiengara on or about that date.
For Sydnoy and Aackland:
The New aud Fine Al Hue I Bteamahli
" ALAMEDA "
Ol the Oceanic Bteamsuip Cumiiaiiy will
be dne at Honolulu from Ban Kraiinlwo,
on nr about
And will have
prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above porta.
rim undersigned are now prepared to Ihnue
THBOUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINT!)
IN TUB UNITED STATES
For further particular reitnnflnt
freight or Pansage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
i mi Qaneral Agant.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA
from B. F
for B. F
Anrl'8 Anrll 13
Mm 3 Mav H
My 1 Junes
Juiiu'JI .. , Juno 21
Jul) IS Juiy2u
Aug. U Aug. 14
Bept 2 Bepi 7
Hept. 30. . Out. 2
Oct. 21 Oot.2
Nov, 15 Nov. 20
from Han Franeliuni
From Bydney foi
AIiAMKI)A..Feb. 14 MAHIPOBA. Feb. 7
MAlllPOSA.Mar II AltAWA .. Mar. 7
ABAWA....Anr 11 1 ALAMhDA Apr. 4
ALAMKDA MayO MAHIPOBA May 2
MAHIPOBA .JuneO, AltAWA . Ma) 3u
AltAWA.. ..July 4 ALAMKDA June 27
ALAMKDA ,Au 1 MAHIPOBA July 25
MAHIPOBA.Aug.2!) AHAWA . .Allg.22
AltAWA. ...Bepl.20 ALAMlU)A.B-pt 111
ALAMKDA. .Oct 24 I MAHIPOBA .Oct. 17
ATAnTTFAI Manufacturer of Fanny
. JAUUIjIi, Wrought Iron Feuues
fur Burial Lota, Hesldencei, QardeiiB, J!l
conies, eta Uulon street, ueariy opposlto
Bell Tower. 1175-U
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
iieinrs of the shore Line, running In oouiieclion with lb.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vanrnnver, B.
0., and Sydney,
A.:R,HJ DUB -A.T
On or about the datoe
From Sydnoy and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. O.:
Btnir "WAKKIMOO" Kebinary 1
Htiur"MIOvKKA" March 1
Btmr "WAKUIMOO" April 1
rbrongb TlokeU Usnad from Boaolalo
raiiuiiT Ann rAiieimiiB auiktii
1). McNICOl.L, Montreal, Canada.
KOHEltr KKKlt, Wlnnipes, Canada
M. M. BJ'KKN, Ban Francdco, Cal.
Q. MoU UHOWN. Vancouver, B. 0.
Wilder'a Steamship Co.
WIGHT, 'res. H It KOSK, Pro.
l,a( t. J. A M.MJ, l'urt Bllpi.
Will leave Homilulu at 2 r. M.. toueMng t
Lahalna, Maalaea Hay and Makena the
same day; Mahukona. Kawalhaeaud Ijio
iialioelioe the lollowing May arriniir at
tlo sa xe evunlng
LKAVLH llo.Mll Ul V
i uhmIiiv ,
r rldiiy .
. Fen 19
. Mr VI
. M r 22
June 1 1
Fil 'ay . .
. . Jan. U.'i
Ap II U
. J tin-.-
J l 2
, J il y 12
Jul) i'i Tno oa).
o i i- n-iey
July 1 I'lieMjuy.
J II )
juiy in i iT'duy..
,.1111'. II j Till Mill)
Aug. II I'rl' . )
Aug. 2" ItlerHlO)
Smi . (I hndey
Sept. 17 I TniKiUy
i Fil .ax
I Friday .
..Oc .10 1
.Oct. 29 I Tu.pdiiy
I ui'vduy ,
Iteturulng, will leave Hilu at 1 o'clock
r. y., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihae same day; Makona,
ilaalaea Bay an 1 Lahalna the following
dtv; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of Tuesdaja and Fridays
No Freight will be received
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 1 r. h..
touching at Kahttlul. Hana. Uanioa and
Klpahalu, Mut. Iteturulng arrives at
Uonoluln Btiuday tnornlngi
Wl oll at Nun, Kup-, on reco-id trip
of each month.
No Freight will
be received after
m. on auy ot sailing.
This Comnanv will reserves the rieht to
make omiiigeH in thu timenf ilciartutu and
arrival of Its stvuiuers wlthoui notice ami i
il will not bo responsible for any o mse i
ijuetici" arising tliKrefrom.
t'ounlglices must Iw al the l-andlugi to '
receive their Freight; tli s Company will 1
not hold itself respousiblu for freight after
It bus tx'un lauded.
I.lvo b ook only tit owner's risk. i
This Comiinuy will not be responsible for I
Money or valunbles of piibsengers unless
piaceu hi me care oi rumors.
Passengers srn reiiuested to iiurchase :
tickets b foro embarking. Those failing to
do ho will I io subject to an additional '
charge of twenty-live er cent.
Wholesale yv Retail.
rlll.L I.INH OP
Japanese v Goods 1
dill nod Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Liubii aud Crape Shirts
OF COMPLKTK BTOOK -
Uade by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
tW When you are In ueed of auy Hue
it Japanese Goods, give ns first eall and
nave going all around town.
300 JTort St, xxwkx Ouatam Kauw
ANKW OKF.AMF.lt OF TUB I.ATIWT
iiiodul, capauity M gulloiu per hour.
Also, n Two Horse Powei
jim thu thing for a dairy
A mil v to
.i m i i IE v Bk-sarm j
N. B. W.. and calling at Victoria,
below it ted, vie:
From Victoria and Vancouver, 11. O.
for Suva and Sydnoy:
Btmr "M 10 WK It A" ..
to Canada, United BUtei and Europe.
For Freight and Passage and
General Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agentior the Jlauaiian litandt.
And Liver Complaint
CURED BY USING
Mr. T.J. CLUNE,
uf tTalkurvllle, 8. Antralli, wrltcut
".Six years iign, I lind an attack of Imllget.
tlun and l.lvi-r t'ninpl.iliit that lailml for
Mi-eks; I wiit iiualilo to do any hard work,
li.id no appi-tlte, food (llstritHi-d mo, and I
suOcrcd much from lieailaclie. My skin was
sallow and lU'on itid not n f retli inc. t tried
several reim-dipi lind cmmilteil a doctor,
without obtaining any rWkf, llnslly, miuoi
my rustonii-rs ri-cniiiiiiemlt'd A) r'l H.im.ip.v
rlll.i; It lii-lpt-d mo Iruin Hie fimt, lu fmt,
after taking six liottti-t I win compli-tely
riired, and could tat iiuyllilUK and sleep llko
Has curod others, will euro you.
MaiIo 1 Dr. J.C. Ajfor A. Co , ImhiII, Mmi.,U.H.A.
Hollister Drug Co., Lid...
Sole Agents for tho Ki-pubilu of Hawaii.
General Business Agent
Writer, Collector and Cop) 1st.
IIOUSKS - ANI) - KOOMS
Leased and lleuted.
A Thorough Knowledge of Town, Country
rROMIHKH HATIHIAl'TION TO I'ATRONN.
'.B. Olllcu with A. P. Petrrson, Kanhu.
mauii street. 1207-lm
Regan Vapor & Pacific Gas
Engines & Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be snrrassed for motive
aw-HKNl) FOB OATALOOUK-Wl
103.J-U Hole Agent, Nuiiaim ntreot
California Fruit lirket
turner King and Alski n Bis.
Every Klumer fr.ini
Fresh Fruit, Oyster,
Bsluion, Poultry, Ktc, ktc.
M. T. DUNNELI,
New Paiemed Pui Straiaer
All Orders or ComiuuiilcMlniw
addressed to K O. Hull &. Boil, L'd.,
(who havu them on sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will receive prompt attention.
MKr-SKS. OdlUtA .t CO AKB HP.
celvlng orders fur Plantation Uihor
to arrive in March n-xl. All those who
wish Uburers sh.-uld place their order im
mediately witli O, K. lloarduiau, Agent
for the uliovo linn, Coudlti-us aru men.
tloned in prosiieoius; "To tho Planters of
Hawaii" (1. i: BOAHDMAN,
1224-tt Aguut for Ojjuru i. Co.
r -AL 1
kvaEs f . A K 5fr
Real Estate ami Loans
The enlargement of the LOAN Market
so as to cover the wants and neccsilties of
tho large number of honorable people nho
nro not ounurs of unincumbered Heal
Kstato wni one of the tuoit iiecoiary Inno
vations ot recent years. To many it has
meant relief from pressing claims at tho
very time when nioit eciitial. Winn
properly and honorably cotidueted Ihli
niiKiucos is ot eitiiilly great Important-Land
vatuo to tlio cutnmutilt) ns ilullding
ami Ixmn AxvicliUloni lnivo proved them,
selves to be.
The Hawaiian Iovestmeat Co,
Makes n rpeiialty ot Negotiating and Pro
curing Ijouiis for llorronvrs who tire mi
nblo to discount their .Noieinttlie Hanks
mid who do not care to obligate them,
selves to some friend or acquaintance by
asking his etuior-ements to their Note.
Thin Company will make loans Ukiii
Household l'urnlture, I'liino-. Organs,
liorscs, Mtile, Wagons, Carriages and
Personal Property without removing the
Property from tho Borrower's possession,
nnd all Imilno-i will be conducted on a
BT1UCTLV CONFIDKNTIaL BAbIB.
Tub Hawaiian Investment Co.,
Gf.nliial Kbal Ehtate Aoknts,
13 and 15 Kaahuuiatiu Btrtets,
(Ntar PuatOitico )
Notary Public. Mutual Te.rptione 639.
Tho ljusiiif.s of tlio country in
pottlmtc into its formiir rooo. Our
(rutillouiuuly driver has rt-turned
Irotu his vnoatiuii, thu cunms hi thu
pasturo HUitcli Uii-.i insti-ail of bill
luts with tliiur tails ami tho i-ruam in
richur in uouiiuquuiii'u. Wo bvliuvu
wo linvo butisliod otcry one of our
uustoiiiora who havu takuu milk from
tin aud wo aru in a jiosition to sup
ply a groat many moro. Tho pooplo
who from uhoicu or uiceiuiity viaitud
Waialao during tho past two wiiike
havo had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diot our stock foods
upon, aud no longor wonder at tho
ridmoss of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilitios for delivery aro tho
boat. With thu exception of a day
or two early in tho late unpleasant
iikss our drivers havo always Ixsou
on time alum customera' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with us
and to solicit a coiitmuauco uf their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
lill all uidors telephoned lo us ami
guarantee all milk to bo pure aud
Iri-o from adulteration.
I'iik WALALAE K NU1I.
L. B. KEKK'b
I HAVK JUb'l HKCK1VKD A
LAKOK ABbOKTMKNT Or . .
and Latest Styles.
THF.BK OOOD8 WILL UK HOLD
ANY O.UANTTTY FltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Snitl
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KEltll, - lMl'OKTKlt,
RUBBER STAMPS I
BROWN & KUBEY,
WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS
Ooods sold on Weekly or Monthly
4 MtionlcTiMple, AliVta SUtst
HONOLULU, . H. I.
C 23. COXjT-I2STS,
Practical Garriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with uny car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTI0H
Fenders, Dashes, Kinrm Aprons, Btc,
at lowest Pomdhlo Prices, and
Workmanship ot the Best.
I use FirsUulass Material ot my own Im
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Mauimkea.
P. O. Box 41X1.
TALES OF THE WAR.
Bipikane Expected to Find a
Million Hen at Kabala.
Siorifis ot Conscription at the Point ot
Dipiknuu idontifiuB a Sharp rillu
uxhibitt'd iu Court with thu iuitialu,
"J. W. 13." as tho ouo ho had son at
Johu Kalatikon, sworn, states: Ka
wolo c.-tllod at witness' liouso about
inidniglit ou Sunday, Jnn. li, aud
woku lilm up; wttuoss askud Knwolo
what ho wanted him for, aud he said
that they received a telephone inea
nago fnitn town sajiu that they
wore wautod iu towu; wituesa theu
had a horse saddled aud catno to
town; stayed at witness' house at
Maeinae aud had something to eat;
witness called Kawelo aside aud ho
theu told witness that he had come
to town to light; if witness had
known that ho was coming to towu
to fight he would uot have come; he
did not send auy natives with food
to Diamond Mead; was arresteu ou
tho Thursday after tho week of tho
uprising at tlio Tost Office; thought
wuou Kawelo called for him at
Kailua to bnug him to towu that it
was because some of his relatives
had beeu taken sick, aud that he
(Kawelo) did uot want to let him
kuow uulil arrival iu towu.
J. V. liiuikano desired to make a
statement in regard to his uouueu
tiou with this uprising. Left homo
at 11 o'clock ou Suud.iy, Jan. (i; be
fore arriving at Kaalawai met sou
trios Htulioued about 200 fathoms
beyoud the house; the guards point
ed their bayonets al wituess'
stomach; they asked for n pass-word
and witness said he had no pass
tvoid anil that he was Uipikaue; he
was thou called aud told the pass
word was "Aloha Aiua"; was told to
go there ou thu day previous; wit
ness had thought that there would
be a million people out thero aud it
pained his soul; lie found ouly a few
people there; he felt like going home
but could uot, as the place waa
guarded; Wilcox, the leader, theu
allotted wituess his part of the work,
that was lo hae the authority
over the soldiers iu thu house
anil some foreigu ami native pris
oners; stayed up all night aud
next morning received orders to
release foreigu prisoners; next
order was to go to the assistance of
Sam Nowlein; wituess girded ou his
belt, picked up Ins rule aud wuut up
ou Telegraph hill; when wituess ar
rived the men uuder Nowloiu witru
strung out along the hill; thu boy a
were exchanging shots; wituess ask
ed the boys where the enemies
where; they said that whore there
was a pull of smoke, that would be
the enemy; he asked tho boys what
the range was, aud was told it was
800 yards; witness theu fixed his
guu at that range aud tired oue shot;
he then lay down aud wuut to sleep;
he had been up Suuday aud all
Mouday uight; there was firiug ou
both sides aud wituess slept for an
hour; there were five caus of milk
for the boys; thiuk they were stolen
from iBeuborg's; got up aud fired
another shot, but did uot kuow
where thu bullet wuut to; watted
awhile anil theu fired another shot;
aud that waa thu last shot he fired;
later iu thu day a shell came over
the hill aud the men looked up at
it; a second shell came over, but
didn't run then; when the third
&hot came uverybody ran; wituess
picked up a piece oi the irou shell
uud fouud it hut; wituess weut
down to Mauualua nnd later started
to come in towu aud was met by a
pohcumau; aud later taken to the
police Biatiou; thu ruasou why wit-
ues went to light was because of his
love ol country
Willi- sa forgot to mention that ho
threw his accoutrements ot war away
before he hturled to come iuto town;
alho that he look oue of the caus of
milk when he rati away; ho gave it
to eoiuo people uu the road.
Abtirahama, sworn, states; Joined
the uprising ou Suuday through be
ing forced; George Towueeud poiut
eu a pistol at wituess ou Suuday
luoruiug and told him to go aud get
men lo go and fight; did uot kuow
with whom, as ho had uot heard
anything about it before thatjGoorgo
gave wiiuuss a bottle of gin aud
gave him somu so that ho wouldn't
be afraid when hu weut to look for
men; this was at Autone Hosa'a
house betweuu 8 aud D Suuday morn
ing; wiluess was ou his way to Wai-
alae to moot his wife; ho was stop
ped uuder a ban tree; wituess drank
two glasses of giu, theu began to
feel good; George gave witness a re
volver; Kauai wuut along with him;
wont to Waialao and secured horses,
aud went to Mauualua; .recruited
some mon thoro but do uot kuow
whether they weut or uot; told tho
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