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51 Euet?ip Bullet,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
FRIDAY DEO. 0, 1895.
According to tho census of
Japan tnkon on Docombor 21.
18(J4, tho total population of tho
Empire on thnt day wdb -11.810,-202,
of whom 21,121,398 woro
malos and 20,688,801 females,
thoir houses numbering 7,883,309.
Classified according to thoir social
rank, 3,881 wore noblos(&irasoA.'i()i
of whom G07 were heads of house
holds; 2,039,475 shizokn, of whom
132,159 woro heads of households;
3!).7G6,8i3i'?)un,of whom 7.918.-17-1
werehouds of households; 4,401
foundlings and 1,217 unregistered
prisoners. Tho throo ranks men
tioned have been obliterated for
practical put poses by tho advont
of constitutional government.
Above that of tho nobles of
courso is the royal family.
Under tho old regime tho jurin
diction of tho kwnzoku, corres
ponded somewhat to tho duke
doms of Europe, thoir heads hold
ing foud.il touuro over great divi
sions of tho Kmphe. The shizokv
wore tho vnsMils of the lemtzoku
and of a sort of knightly rank.
They had to do hard military sr
vice for thoir iicges ono hundied
days each year in time of peaco,
and were allowed to live in loieuro
on their pay tho remainder of tho
ye.tr. The heimin constituted the
Jnp.in had a Cabinet crisis on
when tho steamer Peking sailod.
It uas believ-id that the Premier,
Murquin I to, had resigned.
Tho Republic of Hawaii ought
to strain a point to bo represented
.it the coronation of tho Czar, as it
was recognized by Russia bofore
Evidently tho Government of
Victorin, Australia, is thrifty, as
it lots space on postcards for ad
vertising purposes. Lately a de
putation from temperance and
roligious bodios waited 'on tho
Postmat-tor Gonornl to present
objections to boor and tobacco
advertisemont3 on tho postcards.
Hart fe Co. wore tho pio
noer& in using allegorical punning
on their sign thoir firm namo on
tho figuro of a hoart. Now tho
"Wall, Nichols Co. advertise thom
eolves with the device of a lot of
niokols against a brick wall. Per
haps wo might follow suit with
the pictureof u bullot piercing a
bullsoyo. It would fitly roprosent
this papor's manner of "gutting
It is belioved ut Yokohama that
the allianco of the Liberal party
with the Government will much
strongthon tho Ministry and pavo
the way to party government.
Tho manifesto of tho Liberals is
published in this issue, and will
be found exceedingly interesting
by all students of constitution! 1
evolution in the Land of the
Toward the lattor cud of Octo
bor thn Japanese oruisor Yoahiuo
detained the British steamor
Thai oh uud searched her for Black
Flag passengoiM and Chineso
military flicors on board. In
ro.uponso to a demand from tho
British Consul at Amoy, the vessel
and hor passengers were releasod.
Tho Japan Mail says "persons aro
wondering whether it is possible
under Lord Salisbury's govern
ment such an outrage on the Bri
tish Hug. like that on tho ,illfatcd
lCowshing, will bo suffered to pass,
as under tho wcuk-knoo Ro.iebory
Administration, without remons
trance, reputation, or apology."
Telegraph mctsonger boys in
Philadelphia, wo aro told, aro
now equipped with bicyclos, to
both thoir own and tho company's
advantage Honolulu a short
timo ago had a mossongor service
on bicycles, tho pioneor sorvico of
that kind hero too, but it proved
a failure Tho reason for its
failuro was not a want of efficiency
or becauso wheels woro more ex
pensive than Shank's mares, but
eithor that tho town was too
small for such an ontorpriso or
clso its telephone system too largo
to admit of any rivul in tho trans
mission of mossnges vory likely
Thoro ia nothing small about
tho idoas of tho Czar of Russia
regarding pomp befitting his in
vostiture with tho crown.Tho triflo
of 4 000,000 has beon assigned
to the Minister of the Imporial
Household for preliminary ox
ponsos, and it is anticipated that
atl'ast f 8,000,000 moro will be
noodod to cover tho outlay upon
the entire functions, llouso rent
at Moscow has risen enormously
in anticipation of tho ovont. It
was with groat difficulty that the
British Embassy sooured a man
sion for one mouth at tho fiibuloim
rental of $10,000 a wool;. The
Flench Embassador is paying a
still highor figuro, while tho Ger
dikii Embassador ut latest accounts
had failed to get a house at all for
coronation mouth. Thero ought
to be somo boautiful lantern slidos
for popular exhibitions obtainable
out of tho coromonials.
An investigation of tho conduct
of thoso who participated in the
disturbances at Soul, tho capital
of Korea, had begun at latest
advicos by tho Peking. This
action is believed to huvo boon
forced by tbo refusal of the for
eign representatives to recognize
tho now Cabinet. Thero sooms to
be a curious stato of affairs thore,
as we are told that tho Taiwon
Kun is being constantly advised
to loavo tho royal palaco, on tho
ground that bis prosonco thero is
likely to cuuse troublo to outsid
ers, and at tho samo timo that the
King opposes tho retirement of
tho Taiwon Kun. At this distanco
such a situation looks strange, as
the Taiwon Kun wiib roprosonted
at tho outbreak as usurping tho
rule, and later it was roported
that Russia insisted on tho King's
taking the government.
Anothor great concession to the
three principal colonial divisions
of tho Empire Canada, Austral
asia and South Africa has boon
projected by Mr. Chamborlain,
making un important item in tho
fulfilment of his liberal promises,
npon taking oflico as Secretary of
State for tho Colonies. He has
prepared an Act providing that if
any porson being or having been
a ohiof justico or a judge of tho
Supremo Court of the Dominion
of Canada or of tho superior couit
in any province of Canada, of any
of tho Australasian colonies, or of
oither of the South African colo
nies, shall bocome a momber of
her Majesty's Privy Council ho
shall he eligible as a momber of
tho judicial committoo of tho
Urj3t-l.IC.AT U f "0tlt-.'.T;l?l",al TO DAISTV 1 ",i
r! W-r-(-r-' -Is SELECTED V I JiJ :' I
E 1irS2VMrVrrrn 7 ') AMD THE CAN:, ARE
8 ffl l.feFATJy PACKED IN VERYIAGGEand
E , 3MyLS3 SPECIALLY FOR BBAMDS Jj
Privy Council. It is provided
that tho number of memhors of
tho judicial committoo solocled
by reason of this Act shall not
exceod fivo at any ono timo. In
forwarding tho Act Mr. Chambor
lain remarks that it will meet a
wish whioh has beon frequently
oxpressod, and was, ho believed,
genorally entortaincd in tho colo
nics, and he hopod it would be
tho moans of strcngthoning tho
bond of union botwoon all parts
of tho Empire
A London dispatch of Novem
ber 22, in a Yokohama papor,
soys: Tho Hungarian Premier,
in a public speech, said the re
presentations of tho Powers had
hud good effect, and had iuduced
tho Porto to earnestly rosolvo to
restore ordor and protect its
Christian subjects. Tho Powors
have agioed upon tho moasures
nocopsary for the maintenance of
poaco, and for this reason will f"r
thi prcHont keop thoir Hoots in
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons -:-
-:- Cane Fertilizer
to order for 1800.
ALL GOODS SOLI) TO A GUARANTEED
FOKMULA OK ANALYSIS.
Soluble urnl Available Phosphoric Add,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of l'otiudi,
Phosphate ami Fish Guano.
In Quantities to Suit.
Order solicited for a futuro de-
A F. COOKE,
The O. It. A S. N. Co.'s
Will be duo at Honolulu from Yokohama on
and will have Immediate dispatch for above
J5 For Freight or pasiagc npplj to
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co., Limited.
171-td General Agents.
TDK SALE HV
HOP IIING & COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers In
Chinese Silk, Tea, and Matting,
Liquors and Manila Cigars, English and
102 Hotel street. - - Telephone 147.
"THE FREE AD" AND THE
SUPERIORITY OF THE
In our last advertisement in
this column we called atten
tion of the public to the
Stearns wheels which are now
being sold in this city. We
stated without fear of contra
diction that they were back
numbers, manufactured in 1894
and shipped to the Pacific
Coast as up to date wheels
when they are not. We rei
terate that assertion more for
cibly in this ad. It has not
been denied and cannot be,
and we again caution buyers
not to be deceived with anti
quated machines which are
represented as containing all
the latest improvements.
An ad of the Stearns agency
in an afternoon paper, praising
the Tribune wheel and giving
it a good send-off, refers to a
letter written by H. F. Terrill,
the well-known scorcher, con
cerning the Tribune wheel.
In spite of their assertion to
the contrary, we deny that the
agents of the Stearns wheel
have seen or read the private
letter of Harry F. Terrill to the
Tribune rider here (meaning
Tommy King) but as there is
nothing secret about it we
print the whole of it relating
to bicycles below. " If the
Stearns agents can get any
satisfaction out of it they are
more than welcome. Mr. Ter
rill says: "1 am riding a
Steam, 16 lbs. Say, Tom, the
Tribune wheel has an awful
good reputation through the
East. I did not think much
of it before I came East.
It is considered one of the best
wheels in the world."
The balance of the letter
refers to private matters but
the Stearns agents may peruse
the whole or it at any time.
The explanation of Ten-ill's
riding a Stearns wheel lies in
the fact that he is under con
tract with the manufacturers
to do so, consequently he can
not ride a Tribune although it
is e ident he would if he had
In our last advertisement we
asked any intending pur
chaser to take one of the
Stearns wheels to any first-class
mechanic and have him take it
apart and compare it with the
corresponding features of the
Tribune wheel. We knew that
an honest opinion would be
that the Tribune is by far the
better wheel and hence made
the challenge. We renew that
challenge and intend to keep it
before the public. It has not
been accepted and it will not
We expect those Tribune
Tandems on the Australia and
if they arrive they will probab
ly be seen in the New Year's
Don't purchase a bicycle of
any kind without first examin
ing the Tribune.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
fie Hawaiian Haitaro Co. Lti
ko wxmhtt a3ra?c2xnei.
A SIIO BIOYGLE
Eithor n rotulstor or n rncor, lndy's
or gentleman's, suit yourself.
Withovory ONE DOL
LOI5. purchase, wo givo a
coupon which entitles you
to n chnuco on tho
fifty dollars purchase you
got fifty coupons. With
ono coupon you mny got
tho wheel, but of courso
tho moro coupons you
hnvo tho moro chances
J57" The decision mid wheel will he given
at our store TUESDAY cMiilug, Dceimber
:Ut, at 8 V. M.
J. J. EGAN.
J. J. Cameron.
A HUGE SUCCESS.
HOU8E PACKED TO TUB DOOltS
ourxrni) ouit opening
Tho vast audtenco by thoir unstinted ap
plauso and hearty laughter bore willing
witness to the abyoluto truth of our preli
minary announcement that ours is Tho
Host Circus which baa ever vibited Hono
lulu. The -:- Brilliant -:- Artists.
Fairly electrified the nudieuco by
their wonderful performancea. . ;
THE HABIE OHKAT l'ltOOHAWWy.
Doors open 7.00. Commences at 3 sharp.
TENTS ERECTED FORTMD BERETAHIA STS.
Clmirs 81, Gnllory CO c, Children
Bi'ECUL Chairs can ho secured ilurlnc
the day at Circus olllco lor which a chan;u of
23 cents extra will be made.
1 (heiture, Orchestra.
S Star and carter entree on horseback by
tlireo ladles and three gentlemen.
3 Ouroniiiastson tho high trapeze.
i Principal eomereault Equestrienne, Laid
5 Hayes and his electric chair.
C Graceful exhibition of tlub swinging by
the Llllputiaii Marvels.
7 The mint perfectly trained pony Xilly,
Introduced by her trainer, Mr. 1. U. Mont
gomery. 8 Fearless performance on the balancing
ladder, W. llurns and Takla.
U Hiding and drlWng threo bare back
horses by the dastilug Equestrienne, Miss
II) Intrepid and graceful performance on
thu lulslblewlre, MUs Muriel Wlrth.
11 Oraecful poses on two horses, MUs Ida
Vernon and P. II. Montgomery.
IS Alberto and his Elephant.
13 English bounding Jockey by the great
Eastern star Laid Sltiir.
IntcrmWsloii of In minutes.
14 Selection, Orchestra.
ID A most ROiiHiitionnl niul Jnrincr
gyinnnstio purfonminro. Flights In iiiicl
iiir by JJtiniH uud Alberto, terminating
by Alberto turning a Miiiiersault from
tbo flying bar und being caught by
Hi 1'. II. Montgomery's realistic;
pquestricnnu ritpresi'iitutlou of the North
American Indian, tudroducing tho highly
trained dog Dan hliirt.
17 A pleading musical interlude. "The
AlubamuUooiis,"by Little Muriel Wlrth,
Kiltie Montgomery and Klsio 8'.. Leon.
18 Daring hurdle net by the Japanese
10 The Magic Tub by tho three Coini
20 Katie Montgomery, tho youngest
Kquestrieiiuo now before the public.
21 Acrobatic )untimeH by members of
L'2 The daring and daubing Nelllo
Lyndhurst in her fanioiiH bare-back uut,
picking up objects fiom thu ground
whllo tho bti'cd is in full gallop.
23 The riding contest, open to any
person in tliu audience. Conditions -A
horo equipped will bo supplied, and
the porson who remiiinH in u standing
position tho longest will bo presented
by Mr. Wirth wilh a purs.o of silver.
fei'Kcui. Mr. Wlrth, while taking every
pieciutinli against accident, will not bo
responsible for any.
N. II. This piogiamiiio Ik subject to
l'lrnt (Jrsnd illutliine-Nutiirday Afler
uouu .Nexi, 3 o'clock. 171-1 1
COTTAOn OF 5 HOOMS 1'AltTLY FUll
nislied, Hiiiliiblo for u doctor's office, or
light bouse keeping. Inquiro of
lflS-lf 27 Alakca St.
JN "ED. WE3TMATEH" BEHUN UP
I right Piano In excellent condition will bo
sold cheap. Address, X,
)38-tf Bulletin Office.
STORE TO LET, KINO. BTltEET NEAU
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
Stable Boom To Let.
CINE STADLE ROOM TO LET FKOM
I 1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
CINE LACK HOlftL-, rEItl'ECTLY
r Hound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, 13 TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
mn HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE. FOlJ
T"UU salo iu lots to sulU
143-tf Kftlmkn, Kau. Hawaii.
COTTAGE TO LET.
Jrk NEWLV fAIXTEl), COTTAOECOX-
pUM talus parlor, two bed rooms, dlnlnij
rocm, kitchen, pantry and bathroom.
Lmpilro L. ADI.Elt, 13 Nuuanu street.
A LADY'S UltACELET. OWNER CAN
hao sauio by calling nt theUui.LKTiN oflico,
BOO King street, and paying for this adver
ONLILIIK STREET, NEW COTTAGE
containing four largo rooms, kitchen and
hath room, largo gnrden with stable and
coach house, possession nt once. Apply to
W. II. PAIN, on
lC5-tf C. D. CHASE.
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN Til AT THE
undorbigncdlrno this day formed a parU '
nership under the firm naino of "Interna
tional Iron Works," and will continue busi
ness at the old stand on Qneen Btroet,
MKMw A. L. PATTERSON.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET
lug of iho Koiui.a Sugar CoMi'ANr held on
thu 2Tth Inst, at tho office of Casjlc it Cooke,
the following elllcers were re-elected to servo
for the ensuiug year:
SO Allen President
21 P Robinson Vice President
JB Atherton Treasurer
W ABowon Secretary
O M Cooke ..Auditor
The above named officers also constitute
tho Board of Directors.
W. A. HOWEN,
107-tf Sec. Kohala Sugar Co.
ON SATUUDAY EVENING, DEC. 7, 18'J5,
At 7 o'clock I'.M.,
I will sell at my auction room, a ciy Hue as
Christmas -:- Goods
Toys of all description!). Cur
pels, Rugs, Lace Curtains,
Jupaneso horles, Porcelain
uud Curios, Etc., Etc.
A FINE LINE OF CHINESE SILKS, TON
OUti AND CHINA WAKE.
X3T The place will be beautifully decorat
ed and lighted with electric lights, ltcscrud
seats for ladles.
W. S. Luce,
Ghurch : Lawn
A Lawn Party will bo given by the Ladles'
Aid Society of tho M. E. Church
to be held at
HJUiLELEB. -I- LAWN
On tho afternoon ami evening of Doe. (ilh.
A hoop drill will bo given by somo of Miss
Murom's pupils at 4 p.m. In tho ovening,
Instrumental and vocal music. Thero will
bo tables for
Flowers, Candiss, Cako and
ho Cream, Knudwiches and
UoffYo, Also, a Jupaneso Booth
for Uuuud wufmn, lUO-td