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VOL. IX. NO. 1298.
HONOLULU,. H. I., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1895.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
' M$m .
THB DAILY BULLETIN
MINTED AND NjnUSHED
EXCKI-T flUHlUT lit TIIK
Dally Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd ,
AT TIIK OfIC,
12ft 328 Borctianl St.. Honomln, H. I.
BUBEOUIPTION-Six Dollars a Year,
Delivered in Honolulu nt Firtv Ointh a
Mohth, In advance.
THB WEEKLY BOLLBTW
At Foun Dollar a Yki to iMmt-siii.
and Fitjs Dollars to roreigti :ubieritrt
payable In advance.
BOOR AND JOB PRINTING
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r Daily Bulletin It printed aud pub
lished by the DUly Bulletin Poblltlilfn
Company, Limited, at Its otlice, Mer
chant street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakca street. Honolulu, aforesaid.
Address letters for the paper "Editor
Bulletin," and business letters " Manager
Dally Bulletin Publishing Company."
Using a personal tulclrs may canse delay
LEWER8 4 OOOKE.
lMrORTEB8 AKD DkM.(R IM LUMPtR AMU
ALL KINDS or BUTLMNU MaTESIALH.
Fort Street, Honolulu
H. HAOKVELD A CO
Genkiul Commission Aoentk.
Corner Fort and Queen tiireeu, Huuuioiu.
JNO. 8. SMITHIES
AUCTIONIER AND GeNMAL BUSINESS AUENT.
Mahukoua, Kohala, Hawaii.
MANCrACTCRiNO Jeweler and Watch- I
Kukul Jewelry a specialty. Partlculai
attention paid to all kinds of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON WOBK8,
Steam Enoineh, Scuab Millh, Boilirh,
Coolers. Iron, Brbs and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Made lo
Order. Particular attention pnldioHblps'
Blacksml thine. Job Work executed m
Atlas Assurance Go.
S8ETS, - 110,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Aeenl for Hnwillan TUnl
Oity Carriage Co.,
Oornr King and Bethel tit.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages & Civil Drivers
To he hud at all hour
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Cor. Allen Fort Sit., Boaolnln.
HOTJJSTF.R Si CO.,
lOMtf A eents.
liiilili'ii Rule liii'Mf.
W. p. Reynolds. Prop.
PenoHiCiils m Newspapers
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
CTATfnWI?P Pne Stationary and
OlAliUIllJlt. Cheap Blot'oneiv.
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Can fully suited to all bights.
Domestic Sewing Machines
i Gaines, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Hand.
A Klre Stock Alwavn Kept on Hand
to Select from HOOKS ordered by
QUITAR8 FllOM L0O UP.
Flutes. Cornets, Piccolos. Ukuleles
and other Instruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Guitar Strings and Fit
tings. SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE for 18.50.
WH. 6. IRWIN & GO.
- OFFER FOK SALE -
ALEX. CllOSS A SONS'
Colebnted Hlgn Grade Cans innares.
Wo are also prepared to tako orders for
Usanra. N. Oiil&nclt. M Oo '
PertUlzorn Injuring prompt delivery.
W This Is a superior Paint Oil. cou.
mining less pigment than Linseed Oil, aud
giving a lasting brilliancy to colon..
Used with drier It (fives a splendid floor
lteflned Sugars, Salmon,
Fairbank Canning Co.'a Corned Beef
PAltAFFINK PAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Roofing & Paimrs,
Itid'i Patent Steam Pips Comrint
Jarboet' Diamond, Bnamoi Bvnr
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
O. B. IDTATTGSTT
Does all kinds of Work in
Ctment & Stono Side-walks & Curbing,
He has on hand a large supply of Chi
n m Granite Curb and alway keps Ha
waiian Uurblni! Btone. Etlmates given
and lowest pnrt assured. Bell Telephone
By Lewis J. Levey.
i i . 9
TO-MORROW, March 28,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I Trill sell by Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, Household Furniture,
Dry Goads, Etc., Etc.,
Consisting In part ai follows:
Kor Bedsteads and Matttcsses, Ico Chest
Chairs, Tables, Bed and Tablo Linens.
Bureaus, Washstands. Flag and Pole, K lib
ber Leggings, Mackintoshes. Blouses,
Shawls, Fringe Fascinators, and
IS Cases Dry O-oocle
Clothing, Itlbbons, Gents Furnishing
Goods, Kelt Hats, etc., etc.
LewlB J. Levey,
FOB THE DISCUSSION OF
There will be a Mass Meeting for the d
ciuslon of Anneiatlon held on
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK,
Under the Auspices of the
Addresses will be delivered bv
Messrs. A. 8. Hartwel). Paul Neumann.
D. B. Smith, H. B. Brenham. O. L. Hop
kins, James tjulnn and C. B. Wilson.
CsB- The Government Band will be In
HodoIdIq Teachers' Association.
Under the Auspices of the above
Dr. B. 6. Northrop
Will be given In the
Y. M. C. A . Hall
Friday Evening, March 29ib
A.W 7:30 O'CLOCK.
.A-cVmission, : SScts
During the evening Musical Selections will
do given by Mim M. QUEEN.
ftr Tickets may Id had of T. 0.
Thrum, Hawaiian News Co. and (ioldu'i
WRECK OF THE PELE
Another Steamer Lost by the
I. I. S N. Co.
Sbe Goes Crash m a Blind Rock Oil
the island of Kauai
The gtoain ochooner Polo, be
louf,'iug to tho lntur-Islantl Stuntu
Xavii'atiou Compati', ia a total
wreck midway botwvoii Koloa nnd
liloolo on tho coast of Kauai. Tho
olllcors nnd uion wore brought to
Honolulu by tho steamor Iwalani
Tho Polo left port for Maknwoli
shortly aftor noon on Saturday with
a earg'o of two hundred tons of coal,
besides genoral freight. Sho had
also four paKPongorp, two men aud
two women, Norwegians and Portu
guese At 2 o'clock Sunday morniug,
while the Polo was abreast of Mc
Brydo's ranch, midway between Ko
loa and Eleoh, heavy rain squalls
catno on, and no traces of tho laud
could bo seen on account of tho
darkuess. Just about this limo tho
Polo struck a sunken rock named
Knlaui Puao. A few minutes after
striking she began to Gil with water
and it was decided to abandon tho
steamer. Two of tho ship's boats
wore lowered, Captain McAllister
having charge of ouo and Chief En
gineer Walker of tho other. The
boats stayed by the steamer about
fifteen minutes, when sho began to
keel over. lining a dark and dirty
night it was decided to try (o make
Eleelo. Both boats made Eleolo at
The captain aud all tho ofUcers,
with tho exception of the chief en
gineer and ouo of his men, returned
to the ship aftor laudiugtho passeu
cers to save all they possibly could.
They succeeded in saving some per
fonul elTocts, rop-is, sails aud provi
sions. The shipwrecked crew, nftor all
gathering on shoro safely again,
went into camp at Xomilu, close by
a fish pond and a short distance
from the wreck, and romaiuod there
till yesterday (Tuesday) evening. At
5 o'clock they resorted to tho boats
again and pulled over to Eleelo,
where they awaited tho arrival of
Tho steamer Iwalani arrived at
Eleelo at 7 o'clock yesterday
evpning aud took the shipwreck
ed mon aboard, bringing thorn
to Honolulu, arriving at noon
as stated. The o Dicers and crew
saved but a few things, such as
clothing and books. Tools and
everything heavy wore lost. Luckily
no lives wore lost. Tho wreck could
not be soon when tho Iwalani camo
up, it being too dark.
The crew of tho Polo consisted of
seventeen men. Tho officers were
as follows: Captain, Walter McAl
lister; chief otlicer, A. Markesou:
chief ouginoer, II. T. Walker; second
engineer, Kudolph Windrath; firo
mon, James Shaw and Louis
Tho wrecked steamer was former
ly tho Surpriso, which was in San
Francisco, California, in 1831. Sho
camo hero from Sau Fraucisco as tho
Surpriso aud was sold to tho old Pa
cifio Navigation Co., of which A. F.
Cooke was prosidout. Sho arrived
in Honolulu iu 188li. In July, 18S8,
the Surprise was purchased by tho
Inter-lBland Steam Navigation Co.
and her uamo was changed to the,
Pole, Tho steamer remained tho
property of that company until she
Her dimensions were as follows:
102 feet long, 32 feet (i inchu)
breadth, and It feet 7 inches in dpt h.
Her registered tonnage is l!ii.()2,
her owners in the Hawaiian register
being tho 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Tho Polo is insured with the share
holders of tho I. I. S. N. Co. Tho
company is said to have only rocont-
ly declared a dividend of three per
cent and now comes this loss.
Tho rock whoro tho Polo struck is
about three-quarters of a milo from
land. Although no blame has been
laid on anyone, still it is tho talk
among shipping mon that Captain
McAllister should not have hugged
the land so close. Tho captain and
ollicers of tho steamer, howovor,
state that it was impossible to see
Two boats saved from the wreck
wore brought to Honolulu on tho
SHE'S A GALLANT CIIA.F f.
Ouo of the Finest Vessels on tho
The owners of tho Hawaiian four
masted stool ship Hawaiian Isles,
which arrived last week with coal
from Newcastle, N. S. W., are justly
proud of tho mairuilicont craft and
do not tiro of expatiating on her
l fine lines and graceful spars.
j Tho Hawaiian Isles arrived hero
on her first trip on Juno 17, ISM,
j having made the passage from Vic
toria, U. C, in nineteen days. Her
sister ship, tho John Ena, had ar
rived nfow hours previous and tho
! two thips came to anchor outside
tho bar. They made a pretty sight
as they lay there, iu their shining
coats of dark gray. When tho Ha
waiian Isles arrived tho other day
she was painted a reddish color. On
her first arrival tho bar had not been
deopeuod, so that sho could not en
ter tho harbor. Yesterday she was
docked at tho Fort street wharf.
Tho John Eua has a larger carry
ing capacity than tho Hawaiian
Isles. Tho former has carried 1 100
tons of coal, while tho lattor's largest
load has been a little more than
.'WOO tons. The vessels are not rig-
' god tho same, tho John Ena carry-
1 ing more sail than the one iu port.
1 a Both these ships are owned en
tirely iu Honolulu, the principals
boiug shareholders aud employees
of tho Iuter Island Stoain Naviga
tion Co. Captain Kustel, who is 'in
command of tho Hawaiian Isles, is a
' popular skipper and is well-liked by
his crew. When tho Hawaiiau Isles
was docked yestorday to discharge
her coal she Lad a host of visitors
who inspected and admired hor.
While tho coal is being discharged
tho vessel will not be attractive to
I visitors, as tho coal dust will bo fly
ing iu all directions.
Shipped for Now York.
Captain Alexander Hill, the mail
1 who tried to ruu away with tho
. stoamer Wnimaualo to Tahiti, ship
1 ped before the mast on the ship
' Charmer for Now York. Another
person who went as one of tho crow
I was P. von Pauueberir. at one time
corporal in Company A, N. G. H.
Pauueberg was tho man accused of
insubordination through refusing to
salute Tim Murray when tho compa
ny was ordered to do so by Captain
Are the good qualities possessed by
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Above all it
purifies the blood, thus strengthen
ing tho nerves; it regulates tho di
gestive organs, invigorates Hio kid
neys and liver, tones aud builds up
tho ontiro system, cures Scrofula,
Dypepsia, Catarrh and Rheumatism.
Got Hood's and tho only Hood's.
Hood's Pills cure all livor ills,
biliousness, jaundice, indigestion,
sick headache, 25c.
An Insane Jap.
An insane Japaneso was brought
iu from Niolopa last night and lock
ed up at tho Police Station. Tho
man had to be brought down iu a
hack aud somo force had to bo used
to subject him. Tho ollicers could
not get his name from him Ho was
not a burglar as reported by a con
temporary. It is reported, however,
that tho Jap escaped from tho In
Tho Kalakaua bust, done iu bronze
from a model by Allen Hutchinson,
Honolulu, is on its way out from
England. It is not decided as yet
whoro the monument will bo erected,
but it will probably be either iu the
Executive building or iu tho Bishop