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fflf V "V w JilJy PRICE T CUNTS. flint 4-11 flirt Jl lLt 9irtld - . - S f -'V s&ww ww UU titgmsmMi r w hi r r i tar bbd ibb i nan tjbbb"- " m v Bri- a' i u ei ,,:cfi"s ' V vt ) NS5''!i?R8 ' j'"w ' imkf S?' VOL. IV. NO. 405. HONOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 18!)2. k , - if - If ,v er-r SB' If 3& ill , . A 1 -J-4 m. THE DAILY BULLETIN 1'ltINTUI) AND l'UIIUSlli:i) EVERY AKTEIttNOON KM 1.11 HIINIIVY liy T1IK Daily Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd, AT Till! OKKH'Ii, Morchant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. SU1ISOMPT10N Siv loi,i,its a Y i:ii. Delivered in Honolulu nt FiKrv Oi:nth a Month, In advance. Tlio WKKKLY IIULLF.TIX is issued every Tuesday, nt Fomt Doi.i.uim a Ykmi to Domestic, (iiil Kivr. Dni.i.us to Foreign Subscribers. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING Done in Superior Stylo. Address letters for the paper " Editor Uui.i.r.TiN," und business letters "Manager Bulletin Publishing Company." Using n peisonal address nmy cause delay in atten tion. Jiotli Telephones ZVi. DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Manager. BuBinoss Cards. J. ALFRED MAGOON, Attounky-t-Luv and Xotaiiy l'inii.ic. 12 Merohnnt Street, Honolulu. -EWERS & COOKE, IllU'OIITKItS ANI) DeU.KKS IN LUMIlMt ANI1 AMj KINDS Of llUIMHN'd MATnitIU.H. Fort Street, Honolulu. WILDER & CO., Deai.i.iw in I.umiieh, Paints, Oils, Kaii.h, Salt, and Uuii.diko Matjiuaw OF KVi:itY KIND. Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS, IMPOUIKIIS AND COMMIHSION SthllCIlANTH. Fort Stiect, Honolulu. H. HACKFELD & CO., (KNintAi. Commission Aoknik. Corner Foitund Queen Stieets, Honolulu. G. W. MACFARXiANE & CO., iMPOllfKllS AND CoMMIbSION MlCRC'IIANTH. Kaahumauu Street, Honolulu. JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,- lMP0Kri.lt AMI l)l'M,i:it IN (iKNI'UAI. ClIANDIKr. Mi.it- Quecn Street, Honolulu. GONSAI.VES & CO., WllOI.KSAI.l'.OllOCI ItSAND WlNi:Mi:itCllANTK Heaver llloek, Honolulu. JNO. S.- SMITHIES, Alllll IONKKR AND Gi:.MillL Ill)hINi:sS AdKNT. Maliukona, Kohaln, Hawaii. WENNER & CO., MANUKAOTIIUINd AND IMPOUTINO ,Ii:Wi:i.l.llS. !)2 lort Streot, Honolulu. THOS. LINDSAY, Maniifactoiiino Ji:wi:i.Kit and Watcii- MAKKlt. Kukui Jewelry a specialty. Particular attention paid to all kinds of lupalrs. King Street, Honolulu. ATLAS ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON, H. W. Schmidt & Sous, AnvNrx ron tiik Hawaiian Ihlandh, HONOLULU IRON WORKS, Si HAM KnOINFS, SudAIt MlIXS, JSoiLKItS, CoOLKIlh. IllON, IlltAKS, AND I.KA1) Caktinoh. Muehlnery of Every Description Made to Order, Particular attention paid to Ships' llhicksmlthliig. Job Work executed at Short Xotico. VETERINARY INFIRMARY, Uu'ki.lknt Accommodation fob Patiknth. King Street, Honolulu, Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S. OFFICl! 1IOUKH 7:30 to 10a. M.j l'.':30toUp.M,; lilWtoll p.m. IJelltxl. TKLKI'HOXKS Mutual 18.1. KV2 tf P. 0. Hox 320. 0. B. RIPLEY, AROHITHOT. Complete) plans .and specifications for uverv descrintiou of building. Contracts drawn and careful superintendence of con struction given when required. Call and examine plans, Xew designs. .Modern buildings. Olllco, Itoom 5. Sprcckuls llloek. Mutual Tel. -A-l. E. J. MORGAN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 84 Beretaula Bt. Bell Tele. 200 151 3iu 'llltt DAILYBULLETIKCO Are Koeolvlug New Invoices of BOOK AND JOB STOCK HY KVKKY STKAMEK AT tiu:iu STEAM PRINTIN8 OFFIGt MEUOHANT STBEET. Where tlicy ate fully prepared to do all Kinds of work in the latest styles, nt the shortest notice and at the most Keusoiiahlu Hates. Fine Job Work in Colors a Spucialty ! POSTER PRINTING Executed in the Most Attractive Manner. BILLHEADS. LETTERHEADS, STATEMENTS, NOTEHEADS, MEMORANDUMS, ETC. Head the follow ing partial list of spec ialties and get the BuiirriN's prices he foie placing your orders. ISy so doing you will save both time and money. Letter Heads, Nolo Headh, Hill Heads, Memorandums, Bills of Lading, Statements, Oitonlurs, Contracts, AgiceincnlH, Shipping (Jouliucti-, Chuck Hook, Legal Blanks, Calendars, Wedding Cauls, Visiting Cuids, IltihinesM Curds, Funeral Cards, Admission Cauls, Fraternal Cauls Time Cauls, Milk Tickets, Meal Tickets, Theatre Tickets, Scholarship Certificates, Coiponuion Certificates, Marriage Ocitilieulcs, Receipts, of all kinds, Plantation Orders, Piomissory Ivites, P.u lphlclh, Catalogues, I'logramiues, Labels of every variety, Petitions in uuy luiigtiuge, Envelopes fc Lotter Circulars, Hpoiting Scores & Itecords, Perputnal Washing Lists, Genoral Hook Work, Eic. Etc., Etc., Etc., '- Printed, and Mocked when desired.- fiy N Job is allowed lo leave, the of llcc until II Ives satisfautioii, Address, BULI.KTIN PUBLISHING CO., Ilonoliilt). If, I. Wilder's Steamship Co. TIME TABLE. Stmr. KINAU, CLARKE, Connuandor, Will leave Honolulu nt 'J p. m.( touching nt Lahaina, Maalaea Bay, and Makcna tho Mime day ; Mahukona, Kawaltiac, and Laupalioclioc the following day, arriving nt Hilo nt midnight. i,i:avi:s hoxolulu: FUIDAY August 1!) Itetuining leaves Hilo, touching nt I.au pnliuuliocsiiniuday; Knwalhno a. m.j Sln hukonn 10 a. m.; Jlakuna 1p.m.; Mitalnoa Hay II p. m.; I.nhnina 8 p. m. the following day; nnivingnt Honolulu II a. m. Wednes days nnd Saturdays. AUU1VKS AT HOXOI.UI.U: WKDXKSDAY . August 17 SATURDAY August "7 ZSP Xo Freight will he received after 1'2 noon on day of "ailing. Stmr. CLAUDINE, DAVIES, Commander, Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at o p. M., touching at Kahuliil, Hnclo, Hana, Hamoa, and Kipahulu, And Paauhau, Hawaii. Iteturniug will an ivo at Honolulu every Sunday niorning. ESf Xo Freight will be leceived after 1 p. .m. on ituy of mailing. Consignees must ho at the landings to leeeive their Fieight, as we will not hold ourselves responsible after such Freight has been landed. While the Company will use due dili gence in handling Live Stock, we decline to assume any responsibility in case of the loss of saino. The Company will not be responsible for Money or Jewelry unless placed in the caie of Pursers. W. C. VlI.l)i:U, Prohidont. S. II. ItOSi:, Secretary. CAPT. J. A. KIXG, Port Supt. TO THOSE WHO VALUE THEIR SIGHT. Notice ! MR. A. DANCE, Oiplitlia.lr.ic3 Optician, lly Appointiiionl, to II. K.-tho Marquis of Dull'eiin, ex-Yiceioy of India, Etc., IS XOW HIJItK, AXD PHHVrOUS TO F.STAUUSHIXG A LOCAL AGLN'OY MAY PI) COXSULTHI) FOR SF0T.03.S At the Eagle House (PllIVATi: KNTItYM'i:) -for a, inefw Days Only I Tho system of Sight Testing invented by him (Patent 13.'), is now being universally adopted. Mr. Dance spccltillv invites the Medical Profession and all interested in Optical Science to see this beautiful Test, and the LATF.ST IMIMIOVKMHXTS IX Lenses and Frames AS PIti:SClllllKl) nv OPHTHALMIC SUJK'.KOXS. ISI-'Jw pioasrE3i Steam Candy Factory and Bakery. ?. CO25T, Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and lluker, ELECTION OF OFFIOEKS. AT Tin; ax x ual MKirnxo of thu Stockholders of the HAXAI.KI SIK1AU MILL COMPANY, held this day, thu following Olllcerswero elected for thu ensuing year: President . Chan, L. ('alter. Umj, Vh o-Piesident,. Hon. J. X. K. Williams Secietary . . J. 0. Carter Ticaslirer.. Geo, II. Itoberli-on Auditor.. . J.O.Carter Who aiu also Directors of the Company. J. O. OAHTKll, Sccntary II. S. M. Co. Honolulu, July 18, Ml. 471-m J'ivture Frames nuulr lo order from Lnlent Styles of MouUUnim. Jtenovu Hon of Old J'Muir a prviulty ut Kiny Bros,, Hole! street. Hotel WiSSli m If 18H2 W U St. Wr?M Oceanic Steamship Co. Australian Mail Service. For San Francisco : The new anil lino At Steel Steamship MONOWAI Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will lie due at Honolulu from Sjdney and Auck land on or about August 25th, And will leave for the above poit with Mails and I'niMJiigors on or about that date. For Sydney and Auckland : The now and lino Al Steel Steamship MARIPOSA Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will bo duV at Honolulu, fiom San Fianceo, on or about August 26th, And will have prompt despatch with Mails and Passengers for the above port". The undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES. Cf& For further particulars lcganling Fieight or Passage apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd., l-!)L General Agents. PacificMailS.S.Co. AXD Tin: Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co. For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way to the above ports on or about the following dates: Stmr. "Oceanic" Stmr. "China" Aug. 'ill, 1MU Oct. , 1SJ Xov. 1, Ib'li Dec. 11!, 1S!U Jan. 11, Ks'ii Feb. l!0, I MM April 11, Is') J Stmr. "Oceanic" Stmr. "China" .. Stmr. "Oceanic" Stmr. "China" . Stmr. "Uaolio" For SAN FRANCISCO. Steamers of tho above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way fiom Hong kong and Yokohama to the above port on or about the following dates; Stmr. "China" . Sept. !l, IN)-' Stmr. "Oaelic" Oct. HI, is')-'. Stmr. "City of Klo de Janeiro" Dec. :), l.sili Stmr. "llelgic" .. . Feb. S, Ih'.i.l Stmr. "Cityot Poking" . March Ml. IhUI Stmr. "Oceanic" .. May 7, 18'.M Round Trip Tickets TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350. IS$ For Fieight and Passage apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., jo? tf Agents. Oceanic Steamship Co. Time TstTole. LOCAL LINE. S. S. AUSTRALIA. Arrive Honolulu fitiiuH. F. I, cavil Honolulu for S. F. Aug. 10 Any. 17 Sopl.7 Supt. 11 Oct. fi Oct. 12 Nov. 2 Nov.!) THROUGH LINE. From San Francisco for Sjdlioy. ArrUe Honolulu, MAHIPOSA.Aug.S! MOXOWAl,Supt.'.M ALAMI1DA, Oct. i!l MAUI POSA, Xov. 18 Fiom Sydney for San Francisco, .(die Jlonolulu, MONOWAI, Aug. 12T. AI.AMLDA,Sept. MAIMPOSA, Oct.'JI MONOWAI, Xov. 17 OHAS. T. G-ULIOK, Notary Public for the Island of Oahu. Agent to take Acknowledgements to Lu- lior Contiacts. Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono- hdu, Oahu. Agent for thu Hawaiian Islands of Pitt A Scott's Fieight mid Paicol Kxpiuss. Agent for thu lluillugton P.oute, IlKAL r.STATL llltOICliil am) GlINLItAI. AGKXT. JJM.I.SIS- ti;li:phoni! P.O. Itov ll.r- -Mnnui, l,'i!t -on-t;i:- Ib Mcalmnt st, Honolulu, II, 1. WM. 6. IRWIN Sl CO. (Lirriitecl) oFrr.it ron sai.i: Lime : and : Cement, PAUAKKIXK PAINT CO.'S Compounds and Roofing, ltKlOD'S PATKXT Felt Steam Pipe Covering, ALL SIZES. Fertilizers : Wool Dust, Bone Meal, Fish Guano. ALSO PUCK ,V OIII.ANDT'S High Grade Chemical Cano Manuro. O-rsiss Seeds : Cocksfoot, Rye Grass, and Clovers. Refined Sugars. FA1K1IAXK OAXXIXG CO.'S Corned Beef; In 1 and 'J lb Tins. SALMON IN BARRELS. FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE NSURATO. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, SG,2IG,4oB.98. London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., Assets, 84,317,002. Thames and Mersey Marine In:. Co., (Limited) Assets, 86,124,057. New York Life Ins. Co., Assets, S125,947,200.81. C. 0. BERGER General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. HOXOIA'LU. CASTLE & COOKE, Life, Fire and Marino INSURANCE AGENTS. AOIiNTS FOR New England Mutual Lire Insurance Co., OF 110ST0X. yutna Fire Insurance Co,, OF IIAKTFOIID. Union Insurance Co,, OF SAX FltANCISCO, OAL. C. 3. BRITO, Corner of Smith & King Streets, Honolulu, ivi:i:ps a compi.lti: lini; of GROCERIES, and im:ci;ivi:s Now Consignments by Every Steamer. Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter At 40 cts. a Pound, iti 1 in Wand Shells and Curios I w HOI.r.KA LK A N P ULTA 1 L, CH LA P fori ash, at 101 Foil mi cot, hctwetn Lhlers' Ji Goods htoru und 1 rank Gertu's ShouMoie. BS'Iif T. TAN X ATT. The best thiiiy lo tend lo your friends ah r dad is Kiny Jlros, "Wusltatcd .S'ok venirof lluuuii," which ty often up fur the purpose, und is not an adi'ertiseuwif. FROM HONOLULU. The First Letter Sent by Miss Virginia Calhoun. Sooing tho Ruiuitiful Sights on thu Island Kingdom Oil' for tho Volcano. Fiuui ihe San Jose, Cal., Mercury. Honolulu (If. I.), July 20, isi)2. My Ever Dear Mercury: Well, hero 1 am at last, 2.'1(K) miles away from tlt dear Garden City of California, and am now located in the Capital City (Honolulu) of the "Paradise of the Pacific." 1 cannot refrain fiom bending you a few lines of reconteur, but 1 am not sure Unit it will be in the studied style and easy manner in which a somo-what-like trip was related not long ago in the columns of the dear old lloicury; and the tale as (old is not forgotten lime; in faut I find that mhiio of the young gentlemen refer with much pleasure to Editor Short lidgo'a brief .stay amongst them, and many of the eldeily ami more staid residents speak with praise of the accounts published of that season in the mid i'acilic kingdom. But to my tale, and it must be brief, and let mo make my point of departmo from the dock in San Francisco and on boaul the good ship Australia of the Oceanic Steam ship Company's line, commanded la titat well-known, gentlemanly olli cer, Captain II. C. Houdlette. Dear old Gaiden City, how well 1 leinein ber (even with the great waste of waters between us) tho kind hearts and willing hands that helped mo to tho enjoyment of the life which 1 passed during the voyage or nearly seen days on the blue and peaceful Pacific. Seven days, nearly, of pure content nnd pleasure and heighten ed interest as each clay rolled for ward, and the time lessened for our arrival in the much-famed Paradise of the Paciiic. The voyage was most pleasant; and why should it not be, with a good ship, accommodating ollicers, grand company, smooth sea and charming weather. As compan ion tin enyaie I noticed among many other ladies and gentlemen several old faces well known to Coast peo ple, more pailieularly Colonel and Mrs. Clans Sprockets, S. Al. Short ridge, Esq., . lodge F. M. llenshaw, Captain and .Mr. Win. Malson, Mr. and -Mrs. A. A. -Moore, -Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Glasscock, J ides Desfontaines and 51 in. Peterson. Amongst the others were several Honolulu people returning to their island home, viz; ..Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wall," Miss Sarah L. King, Mrs. T. H. llobron and Mr. and Miss Aldrich. Too much cannot lie said in praise of the table service of tho steamer Australia. It was one almost con tinuous banquet, Chief Steward .Limes adding to his alroadj" excel lent leputation as a caterer. Put the right royal occasion was on the occurrence of Colonel Spreckols' tilth birthday, which was "anniversaried" in mid-ocean. And what a time! Jt only lives to-day as a pleasant dream, but then 'twas a glorious pecasion. Your protege arrived safely in Honolulu on the morning of the lilt h, and since then to date it has been a constant series of leeoptiohs; calls, drives, etc., until 1 know not what 1 agree to or reject. A heady 1 have said "yes" to tit least six young gentlemen on the same in vitation, and on my recovering my senses and discovering my errors J have been as quickly again in like confusion by another complicated series of engagements. The representative of the Mercury litis been gloriously entertained and gioatly patronized, and, as I learn from tollable souices, it is mainly because tho leputation of the .1o--cttry is established lime as the one paper out of mtin which has given ploastiio to the Island people, in re turn for hospitalities extended and received, by nppiecintcd solution of its beautiful scenery, its unsurpassed oliiuuto, and its many wonders, The Hawaiian Hotel has been my domi cile since arrival, and, like the other guests with which the hostelry is at piosont lilled, the location, manage ment, and other accessories are very pleasant and much appieciated. I have climbed the winding path that leads to tho top of tho famed Punch bowl and gazed upon tho far waters of the Pacific and the nearer tree embowered citj- al 1113 feet; have seen and trampled on tho sands al Waikiki, visited the King's grove of cocoanut9, Mrs. Ward's inngnificoul grove of like fruit, tho far-famed Pali, and other places which my poor brain fails now to bring to memory. Thanking (he kindness of W. G. Ashley, Superintendent of the Oahu Railroad, your representative was given a most delightful trip to the famous Ewa sugar mill and planta tion, and through tho kindness of Mrs. Swan and Mrs. Ward, who re present tho best old families of Honolulu, she had a most delightful call upon the distinguished Queen Dowager (Kapiolani) and His Koynl Highness Prince David. The Queen Dowager is a most interesting old lady, even through (he interpreters. Here I saw for the first time tho Koyal Kahili and the feather capo of yellow feathers worn by royalty on state occasions. Mrs. Swan showed us also the private chamber, to which other visitors were but rarely admitted. The outer cover ings of the bed and pillows were made of chicken feathers. The pic tures of the royal families of Ha waii decorated the walls. Through the courtesy of Mrs. A. F. J odd, wife of the Chief Justice, and Mrs. Hamilton Spencer, Mrs. E. C. Damon and Mrs. Damon, Mr. Hopper, Miss Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Claus Sprockets, the Mercury representative has received rare pleasure. Only this niorning, July llitli, she was shown one of the old est and largest cocoanut plantations at Mrs. V. Ward's. There, are be tween MOO and 7000 of these majes tic palms, besides thirty acres of almost every other possible variety of tropical fruits. On the IStli, by kindness of Her Majesty's Chamberlain, Major tho Hon. J. W. Kobertson, a number of ladies had audience with Her Majes ty Queen Liliuokalani at her palatial home in Washington Square. By special invitation the -Mercury's pro tege was present and was presented. Afterward wo wont in a part 3 to the palace and were shown the Throne itoom, Blue Pooni, library and mauy curios in feather cloaks of ancient kings, kahilis, tapas and rare and valued idols. Major Pobertson was most kind to me during the visit, tak ing special interest in 1113' obtaining proper and correct knowledge of tho mau3' things which I saw and will write 3'ou about when 1 have time, if 1 over do while here. En passant, let mo sa3T that all is peace and quiet and harmony in this blessed isle of tho sea at present and although the legislature is now in session there is less turmoil than in 'that ever som nolent city of Sacramento. To-da3, with just a faint idea where f am going, 1 board the steamer Kiuau for the Volcano, and I hope that 1 will bo able during the sea voyage to reorganize 1113' dis ordered state of mind and find time to think. This I have not satisfac torily been able to do since 1113' ad vent here, a continuous high press ure sjieed being necessary to keep from going under in the hospitable maelstioiu formed Ijy tho good peo ple of Honolulu. I do not attempt to describe imy thing in this letter, but moroby send it ;is a token of Aloha and remem brance to the mtiii3' readers of the Mercury w ho have proved such gen eious friends and enabled me to bask for a season in this laud of sun shine, showers, and iloworo. lu my next letter, which will bo a com mencement of my regular series, there will bcinoro order in the com position and more interesting and descriptive matter. So now 1 leave you, as 1 leave Honolulu, to view tho wondei of Hawaii, tho earthly Hades, the Volcano of Kilauea. Yiiiui.siA Calhoun. Tuku Good Caro of tho Children. If you have children you will be interested in the experience of Mr. John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co., 111. Ho says; "Two yours ago two of my family, a young man and a girl, had very severe anil dangerous attacks of bloody llux. Tho doctor heio was unable, after a week's time, to check or relieve either case, i threw the doctor overboard and be gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho lera and Diarrhoea liomedy, lm proomont was seen vory soon and iny children arose in a few days fiom what 1 feaicil would bo their deathbed. It is a grand, good medi cine." For sale y all dealers. Bon son, Smith A: Co., Agents, Mechanics' Home, fill and til Hotel street. Lodging by day, week or month 2."c and 50c, a night; $1 - 1 ad $1.25 a week,