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. THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 1, 1893.
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peer Furniture House
Just Received per Bark "C. D. Bryant''
e Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clincher
FROM 3SBOO XJP.
Visa a Fine Lot or CHIFFONIERS of the Latest Designs and Patterns.
cial Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Roll of 40 Yards, $12.(0.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
idquarters for Baby Carriages I
ar TELEPHO NT JED 179 -
will tell you
It la the
FOE BALE IJY THE
ISTEli DRUG CO., L'D,
nts for the Hawallnn Island)).
ur aubcriplon has rzpired now
rf tit to reww it.
316 Fort Street.
0. E. Williams.
Carpenter and Builder
- ESTIMATES OIVEN ON
Brick, Stone & Woodwn Buildings.
Jobbing promptly nttended to.
73 King Rroet, Rodwatd'g Old Stand
The Old Reliable!
Montgomery St., Extending from
l'inololiu liEt, San Fran,
BUSINESS CENTRE OF THE OITY,
u nvenlnnt to nil Dunks. Insurance
lllce mill 1'larfB of Aniuieiiimt Con
taining SOO "Rooms J. 8, Yoi'Nci I'inprio
tor. TERMHt ?t TO, $.'01 mill J.'.fO per
(tny, Feo Conch to mid from nnui,
'1! (I lin-lLMt
A LD PERSONS HAVINH W1ELAND
V Roer Kept fn tt'elr possessions ill
ob Ue the unumlgued by information In
regard to same.
0. J. MiOAKTlIY,
liM-lw Criterion Sloon
blo. Wo will seo how the Japs will
I handle themselves at Taku.( Tho j
earliest period at uhioh tho river at
Taku his been Irozou' over during
i tho lat five years was about th
middle nf December in 181)3 and '1)1
and it i uinnlly free of ice early in
M.ircli IVkitis is to the northward
ami uehtnnr.i, and is readied by
mail a distance of 115 miles from
' the coast.
Lu Slain K'ou, or Port Arthur,
lately tho Chinese naval arsenal, but
now occupied by the Japaueso
troops since November 21 last, is
, situated at the most southern ex
tremity of tho Manchuria Peninsula
in the province of Sing King, iu Lati
tude 88 47' 30' W. and Longitude
121' 15' 40" E. It is a fine natural
harbor, though not vory extensive,
and connected with tho sen by a
very narrow en trauco. It is strongly
I fortified with Krupp guns of heavy
caliber. There is also a complete
' system of modern submarine mine
I defense. Tho steam basin, wharves
and workshops havo powerful elec
j trio lights for night work. Along
tho coast defonsos thero aro power
I ful electric search lights command
I ing tho approaches of the harbor.
Tho entrance to tho port has been
I deepened to 24 feet at low water.
I There is a basin constructed iusido
I 1476 feet long by 984 feet wide, with n
depth of SGft. Bin. at high water,
and 25 feet at low water The port
is well found. Thero are 5181 feet
of spacious quays with Bteatn craues,
I from which vessels cau be comniis-
sionod and troops ami crews em-
I barked; a dry dock 870 feet on the
blocks by 70 feet in width, which
cau be emptied in five hours by
steam pumps; a pair of shears of 15
I tone capacity, a small graving dock
for torpedo boats, also a graving
slip. Thero is also a torpedo ustnb-
, lishmout. Thoso works wore com?
' pleted by o French syndicate in
1890. Port Arthur was tho chief
naval station of China, and the
headquarters of tho Poi-Yuug squad
1 ron. It commanded the entrance to
the gulf of Pichili, it boiug on the
, north sido and Gheofoo ou the south
i side of tho straits of Pichili. Woi-
Hai-Wei is farther to tho south and
east of Chefoo, and was vory strongly
fortified, especially a small iMdud
called Lun Kung, very near the
coast. Tho Japs havo taken this
also. They will not molest Chefoo,
' it boing a treaty port. Tho Japs,
knowing how strong Port Arthur
i was on tho sea approaches, made a
, combined attack by laud and sea,
and carried it bystorm. The civilian
, population of Port Arthur is about
This port is situated on the north
ern side of tho Shantung I'romou
1 tory, about 40 miles oast of tho
, treaty port of Chofoo. It was here
1 tho Chinese fought most bravely,
( but had to succumb to the Japs
i after soveral days' severe fighting.
I I was told byau eyewitness ou board
H. B. M. flagship Centurion, now in
Hongkong, that Wel-hal-woi was tho
only placo where the Chinese made
anything like a fight. The harbor
is commodious and affords good
! holding ground. It was the chief
' rendezvous of tho Pei Yang squad
j ron. with headquarters at Port
Arthur just across tho straits. On
I Lun Kung, an Island sheltering the
I harbor, aro a gunnery school, naval
i collogo and naval yard, where miuor
repairs are executed; also naval hos
pital and othor government build
ings. Tho port was well defended
by numerous batteries, mounting
English and Krupp B. & L. guns of
hoavy cahbro. The Jans had hard
I work to tako this place. Now they
command tho entrauce both north
nod boutli to tho gulf of Pichili. I
suppose the Taku forts at tho mouth
of tho Tientsin river will bo the next
I placo tho Japs will tske. They will
men lauu ineir lorcos and com
i moui'o inarching northward on Pek
j lug, while their northern and east
I oru army are moving southward. So
you see it is only a matter of time
j until Peking will be surrounded.
Tho Japs will not hear of peace.
I They may not bombard Peking, but
( they will compel a surrender of
, Peking and then arrnugo terms of
i peace, and you will find out that
will oo tun way.
Tho capitula'ion of Wei hai-wei
cccu rred on the 12th inst. The
Chinese admiral and captains of tho
Chinese cruisers all committed Rui
eiili. Admiral McClure is in tho
hospital, nud will arrange terms of
surrender. An American nomed
Howio ia to ba shot by tho Japs fur
Persons who are subject to attacks
of bilious colic will be pleased to
know that prompt reliif maybe had
by taking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Ueuiedy. It
acts quick'y and can always bo de
pended upon. I u many case tho
a tack may be prevented by taking
this remedy as soon a the first indi
cation of tho dihoafo appears. 2"
and 50 cent bottlfB, for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co,, agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
In tho Circuit Court, First Circuit,
Hawaiian Islands In Equity.
CommlssloiurV No;!(m il Sa'o.
rpHK UNDEUHIGNEI) COMMISSION
X er, 1 1 reby cienutiuo lint by vlr u
of mi orJ.n ml" li Hi.. Hi n. V. Ausil i
hltlt'U, Flrit .InliiH of ibc Circuit four ,
First Circuit. Hiiwullnn islands, he will
expose firtnlct the front door of Alllo-
mni unic, in tiiocuyoi Honolulu Oalm,
ou FRIDAY, April ft, IH'Kj. at 10 o'clock
M., all the rliliMitlo ond Interest of Roc
Alcorn?. Knlflknnuuntiiiiiiinkii Aknni- In
the II til Laud of Kiiiulllimhlni', Manna,
OaIiii. granted to W. II. nice In trut fur
Kntnikiilkl and 32 others by Rowtl Pat
ent Oraiit No. Pit, tnld Intercs't being
npial toonchitif of vnii umllvlJed shr.r, '
subject to thi) rljdit of dower of Annie
Uoloknhlki A No nil thu right, title a d
Interest of Hnmiiol Malicloua, Etho' Matie
loin and Alton Mahclonn in the said land
of KapalHualilne, snld loterest being crjitnl
to on undivided slmre, subject to the
right of dower nf Emini N. Mahelmia
A Is i nil thu right, ililr nn I intorcst of
Thpophiliit Mctialf and Tliomas Mi ten If
In thcsald Inudiif KapaMiuahltie, said in-ti-rost
being eipml to tno.tilrdt of ono tut
dlvldnd shure. subject to tho life ostate of
Frank Mitmlt. the imlntilin subject to the
ronilrmatleii of he Ci urt. TERMS CASH.
Unltfd States paid coin on presentation of
tlted. Co'ti. of sale and di eds at expense
l)ntod Honolulu, Mareh "0. 18'C5.
Honolulu Teacbsts' Association.
The Regular Monthly MpMlngnf thoabovo
A soclutlon wl 1 be held lu tin)
Y. M. O. A . Hall
Tiifiyiay Evening Nf-xt, April
jyjj? 7-:30 o'cxjocjs:.
Address-s wilt bo g'ven by
R&V. Kenuatli Duncan
R-ov. J. M. Chase.
ry During tho evening MuiIi-hI Selec
tions will to given liv Mil W. I.OVE mid
Ilia IJOYa of K V ULUAVKIjA SCHOUU
Beach Refeidouce I
FOR RENT, l.ltASE or 8AbK.
SITUATED IN KM'IOl.ANl PARK,
next to rPKlilencu of Jus. II. Castle. Is
for Rent, I,ean or Sale; t-iirnl-htd or llli
fiiriiUhed. Also, fur Sa o or 1 eao
4 Acres of Goad Pasture Land,
Situated on Wilder Avenue.
iUr- For further part'enlnrs, apply to
Din end Clock. King Mreot.
urston Avenue, Bn
nicely laid out. jit
some Ferns, and ii.
Als Carriage H'Tte.
U I. I.I I, lil K.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
DOOMS AND HOARD
XV for a few portons enn I
nail at lianiwai, ou tne '
W. 8. IJARTLErX,
rl I'ottace, all modern
Imp'ovonienta, with Stable,
i nam aim Dervanis- i ooi
on premlsvs, on Ivliinu street one block
i from horse-cars, lor particulars apply to
i N 8. SACHS,
. li'.2tf S'-M Kurt Mreet.
at the terminus of the
tramcars, Walklki. Lot has
n frontsue on tho Koa suit
able for bathing purposes. The House is
commodious, idtuatcd on a well imnrovrd
lot containing FruitandOrnamentalTrces.
For partlcu'ars Inquire nf
lao-lm G. E. ROAR DM AN.
' FOR LEASE.
irututsei situ to ou tho
tast sii'o of
tho obi Meklk
iiUvurnund. fiirmerlv oieu-
nleu by A. Gartenberi!. Esu,
tugs are modern nud commodious and tho
spacious grounds tiro Inld out In fruit and
ornamental i o h. f.nny terms to h desira
ble tenant. 1'i'r further particulars please
apply to II RUCK CARTWRIOHT.
Beach House To Let!
A FURNISHED HOUSE
Is to l-a or lease at
Walk lei tieai h, u few lulu
utcV wlk from iho tram-
1 -iV -
car, li bus Cook Iloiuu, Rath Houte and
Oi'Oil H-n Rattling lloueholi Utensils
hiiiI Dishes are all rnmp'ete. Rikiiuh luny
be lit with bathing nriv leges, If thu whole
promises are not taken,
Having rented all th other honsm on
mv Hit I am Teady to take any furhor
orile's lu that line
Inquire of DAVID DAYTON,
1277-if il Merch uit street.
Most women feci the need
of something that will tone up
the system and put new life in
to a tired body stop that con
stant headache and feeling of
nervousness. In almost every
case the doctor will prescribe
iron in some form, but iron is
hard to take, discolors the
teeth no wonail ikes itai)
and induces 'constipation and
other ill-effects. However,
there is one iron medicine
only one known as
which is easy to take, palata
ble and pleasant. It i harm
less and the most reliable iron
medicine known. A bottle of
this famous remedy will work
wonders. It will fill out those
thin checks, put energy into
you, give you a new lease of
life and won' slain tin Icclh.
Thousands of testimonials
prove these statements. The
dose is small and the benefit
great. Its good for all the
family. Try it.
There ate nnn trau
ilulciil HUllSt'llltl !
lieSMililcil. r he c i'ti
ulne till tun crnixcd
rcil lines ii'i tr:iitr
But Get the
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
So o Agents
C. D. CHASE,
General Business Agent
RE.VI. ESTATl'., LOANS,
wr- Agent to Tako AckuowMedgmenta
to 1-abor Lontracts.
Office: Sara Dnposlt Buldlcg, 4J6 Fort St.
iHv. TEI.EI'HUNE 181 -S
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
fWT CALL ON, OR ADDRESS,
JOHN M. CHASE,
Olllco, 100 Fort Street.
Wall Paper !
Wo havo J list "Received direct from
New York tho
Ever brought here at ono time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices Reduced I
WILDER & CO.,
BACK AGAIN TO WORE.
1ST. F. BTJIFLGEJSS
Is again prepare I to repiir Girdf-n Hoso,
Sp'tnklers, Water Tap, et . haw Filing
and nil kind" ol l'oils thrp'lieil, Inclinl
in (Urvlng Knives mm hel-.ors: ltwn
Mocri a uriccla tr: nlo Bi tdng Glis; in
liecmir: io tuning iii8j in
nils of Jubbiiu. Work coiled for
ird Ring up IHI Mutual Tel-
phone any time before a, u