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HONOLULU, 1L I., SATURDAY, AUGUST U5, 181)2. PRICE ft CENTS. N1 4 ,1 I ill .. if -3 1. if'"' 1 p mi ' t J. THE DAILY BULLETIN I'MNTni) AND rUDLlSUKD EVERY AFTERNOON Kt'i:i-T huniiay iiv Tin: Dally Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd., AT Till: OFPIC'K, Mercliant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands; RTTUfiOlUPTION Six Dm.i.Aiis a Ymn. Delivered in Honolulu nt Kiitv Cknts a Month, in advance. The WKHKLY BULLKTIN is lued ovcrv Tuesday, nt Kottn Dom.aiw a Yi:aii Ui Domestic, mul Km: Dollars to Foreign Subscribers. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING Bono In Su)crior Style. Address letters for the pnper " Editor Biji.i.htin," and business letters " Manager lluiletin Publishing Company." Using n personal address may cause delay in atten tion. Both Telephones 23(1. DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Manager. Business Cards. J. ALFRED MAGOON, AtTOUNKY-AT-IaW AND NoTAIlY PUIII.U". 12 Merchant Street, Honolulu. LEWERS & COOKE, ImroHTKit" and Dr.Ai.cus in LuMiirn akii ALL KINDS Of BuiI.llINO MaTKIUALS. Fort Street, Honolulu. WILDER & CO., Dualkim in LtiMiuni, Punts, Oils, Nails, Salt, and Buimuno Matkiualh ok kvkiiy kind. Corner Kurt and Queen Streets, Honolulu. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS, ImPOKTKIN AND COMMISSION MliKUIIANTS. Foit Street, Honolulu. H. HACKFELD & CO., (Si:ni:uai. Commission Aciknts. Comer Fort and Queen Btiects, Honolulu. G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., iMpniimts and Commission Mrkciianis. ICanhumanu Street, Honolulu. JOHN T. WATERHOUSE, IMI'OKTKK AND DkALKIE IN G KNl.lt M. OIIANIIIKK. ' M Kit- Queen Street, Honolulu. GONSALVES & CO. WlIOLKSAI.i: GttOCKItS AND WlNP. MnitUIIAKTR Beaver Block, Honolulu. JNO. S. SMITHIES, tAlJCTIONKr.lt AND GENIUIU, BlISlNHSS AOKNT. Mahukona, Kohala, Hawaii. WENNER & CO., MANiiKAfTimiNo and Impoutino .Tmvrxnns, 02 Fort Street, Honolulu. THOS. LINDSAY, Manukactiiiuno Jkh'ki.i'.k and Watch-' MAKKIt. Kukul Jewelry u specialty. Particular attention paid to all kinds of lupairs. King Street, Honolulu. ATLAS ASSURANCE 00. 01" LONDON. H. W. Schmidt & Sons, Aoknth koii thu Hawaiian Islands, HONOLULU IHON WORKS, Btkam Knoinks, Sikiah Millh, Boili:iis, Cooi.Kiis. Iron, Biubh, and J.kad Oahtinus. ilaehlnery of Every Description Mado to Onler, Particulur attention paid to Ships' Dlncksmithlng, Joh Work executed nt Short Notice. VETERINARY INFIRMARY, KXlUil.I.KNT AcCOMJIODAriON F0IC PaTIKNTH. King Stivet, Honolulu. Dr. A. B. Rowat, V, S. omoK hours 7:.'50tolOA,M,j VJs'Mta'ii'.v.; l:HOto(l p.m. BcllW. . TI3I.EPHONK8 Mutual ltd. 1!2 tf P. O. Boy 8l. C. B. RIPLEY, AROHITBOT, Couiplete iihuiH and spccllicittioiiH for overy dcsciinlion of hulfdiinr. Contractu drawn and careful superintendence of con struction L'ivcn when required. Call and examine plans, New designs. Modern buildings, Olllcu, llooinf), Siircckcls' Block, iuuiiuu loi, -jus. E. J. MORG-AN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 84 Beretauia St. Bell Tele. 200 451 3iu TIIM MILYBELETIICO. Are Receiving Now Invoices of BOOK AND JOB STOCK BY EVERY RTEAMKJl AT TIIUI1! MERCHANT STREET. Where tlioy arc fully prepared to do all Minis of work in tho latest styles, at the shortest notice and at the most Reasonable Hates. Fins Job Work in Colors a Specialty ! POSTER PRINTING Executed in the Most Attractive Manner. BILLHEADS. IjETTERHEADS, STATEMENTS, NOTEHEADS, IklEMORANDTJMS, ETC. Head the following partial list of spec ialties iiml got the BuLi.r.TiN's prices he fore placing your orders. By so doing you will save holh time and money. 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KINAU, CLARKE, Commander, Will leave Honolulu at 2 p. m., touching nt Lalialna, Maalaea Bay, and Makcna the same day; Malmkona, Kawailiac, and Laupalioelioc the following day, arriving at Hilo at liiidnight. LEAVES HONOLULU: Kit! DAY August II) Upturning leaves Hilo, touching nt Lnu pnhochoe same day; Kawaihao A. M. ; Mn liukonn 10 a. M. ; Mnkonn (p.m.; Maalaea liny (i p. m.; Lahainn s p. m. the following day; arriving nt Honolulu (I a. m. Wednes days and Snturdnys. ABKIVES AT HONOLULU: WEDNESDAY . August 17 SATURDAY .. August 27 W No Kreight will lie received after 12 noon on day of sailing. Stmr. CLAUDINE, DAVIES, Commander, Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5 p. m., touching at Kalmlul, Huelo, liana, Hamoa, and Kipahulu, MAUI, And Paauhau, Hawaii. Beturning will an ive at Honolulu every Sunday morning. &- Xo Freight will he received after I p. m. on day of tailing. Consignees must he at tho landings to receive their Freight, as we will not hold ourselves responsihlu after such Freight has heen lauded. While the Company will use due dili gence in handling Live Stock, we decline, to assume any responsibility in case of the loss of same. The Company will not he responsihlu for Money or Jewelry unless placed in the cmc of Pursers. W. C. WILDER, President. S. 11. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. J. A. 1C1XU, Poit Supt. TO THOSE WHO YALUE THEIR SIGHT. Notice ! MR. A. DANCE, Oplitlio.lnaio Optician, By Appointment, to llK. tho Marquis of. Dulloriii, ox-Viceroy of India, htc, IS NOW HKKK, AND PBKV10US TO F.STABUSIIlNn A LOCAL AflF.NCY MAY BE CONSULTED FOB SPECTACLES At the Eagle House (PRIVATE KNTRANOi:) For a Few Days Only I Tho system of Sight Testing invented liy him (Patent 1:151), is now heing univi'rsally ndoiited. Mr. Dance specially invites the Medical Profession ami nil interested in Optical Science to see this heautifiil Test, and tho LATEST IMPBOVBMENTS IN Lenses a.nci Frames AH Pltl'.SCHIUKD IIV Ol'HTHALMlO SUUOKONS. Ihl-'iw Steam Candy Factory and Bakery. W12&& JF. TSlOTtlST, Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. AT THU ANNUAL MBKTINO OF tho Stockholders of tho HANALKI SUOAH MILL COMPANY, hold this day, tho following OllUor.s weiu elected for tho ensuing year: President Chas, L. Caller, Kh, Vice-President.. Hon. .1, N. S. Willianis Seciotary . . . J.O. Carter Tiensurer,, . . (ico, 11. Boheitsou Auditor.. . J.O, Carter AVIio are also Directors of the Company. .1. O. OAHTKli, Sccietary II. S. M. f". Hnnoluhl, July IS, 1MU. 171-m Picture Fntmex made la order from I.utel fitylen of Mouldiwjx. 7fcoi' lion o Old Pictures a Hpcciulty ul Khuj J Iron,, Hold street jfTs5tfcx fVNKr.iu 3 SU2C Hotel WSW Pone If im H n Oceanic Steamship Co. Australian Mail Service, For Sail Francisco: The new mid lino Al Steel Steunship "MONOWAI" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will he due at Honolulu from Sydney ami Auek Innil on or nhoul August 2otliJ And will leave! for Iho nhovc poll with Mnllsftnd Pnscugcrsonoruboul that date. For Sydney and Auckland : The new nnd lino Al Steel Steamship "MARIPOSA"' Of Hie Oceanic Steamship Company will he duo nt Honolulu, fioiu San Francisco, on or about August 26th, And will have piompt despatch with Mails and Passengers for the nbove ports. Tho undersigned are now picpnrcd to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES. &F For further particulars regarding Fieightor Passage applj to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd., t-!ii General Agents. MflilailSKo. AND Till: Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG. Steamers of the nhovc Companies will call at Honolulu on their way to the nhovc poits on or nhoul the following ilntes: Stmr. "Oepiinic" . Stmr. "China". ... Stmr. "Oceanic". . Stmr. "China" Stmr. "Oceanic"- Stmr. "China" .. Stmr. "(iaclic" . .. Aug. 2J1, IS'.2 .Oct. :i, isu .Nov. 1, 18'U Dec. 1, WM Jim. 11, I.snt .Fch. 'M, INI t April 11, lhi)J For SAN FRANCISCO. Steamers of tho nhovc Companies will call at Honolulu on their way from Hong kong and Yokohama to the ahove port on or about the following dates: Stmr. "China" .. .Sept. II, 1WU Stmr. "(iuelio" .. . . 6ct. ill, 1MI.. Stmr. "City of Bio de .laneiio" .... " Dec. 1 lid, lh! Slmr. "Belgin" Feh. h, INI.) Slmr. "City of Peking" .March III. INK! Stmr. "Oceanic" .. . May 7, I Bin Round Trip Tickets TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350. OP- For Kreight anil Passage apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., ai7 tf Agents. Oceanic Steamship Co. Time Ta-Tole. LOCAL. LINE. S. S. AUSTRALIA. Arrive Honolulu from S. K. Lenvc Honolulu for S. F. Aug. 10 Aiif,'. 17 Sopt.7 SopI. H Ocit.fi Oct. 12 Nov. 2 Nov.!) THROUGH LINE. From Hun Francisco for Sydney. Jrr'i'o JIiiudIiiIii. MAItlPOSA.Aiig.'Jl MONO WA I, Sept. '.M ALAMKHA, Oct. t!l MABIPOSA.Nov.lS From Sydney for San Francisco, Leiiut llimulidu. MONOWAI, Aug. 2.) ALAMr.DA.Sept.l!.' MAltll'OSA, Oct. a) MONOWAI, Nov. 17 CHAS. T. GULICK, Notary Public for the Island of Oaliu. Agent to take Acknowledgements to La bor Contwicts. Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono lulu, unliu, Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands of Pitt .V' Scott's Ficlght and Parcel B. press, Agent for the llilllington Itoiito. ItKAL KSTATi: BHOKBK ami (iBNKUAL AOBNT. Bl.l.l.IIIS- ti:li:piionk P.O. Box ll!i- -M in pa 1. 1!1U -01 1 (civ, Honolulu, II, ilS Merchant st, WM. 6. IRWIN $ CO. (T.inaiteci) OlTEIt KOIt SALE Lime : and : Cement, PAKAFFINK FAINT CO.'S Compounds and Roofing, HEED'S PATENT Felt Steam Pipe Covering, ALL SIZUS. Fertilizers : Wool Dust, Bono Meal, Fish Guano. ALSO DFCIC .t OHLANDT'S High Grade Chemical Cane Manure. C3-ra.ss Seeds : Cocksfoot, Rye Grass, and Clovers. Refined Sugars. FAIUBAN'K. CANNING CO.'S Corned Beef, In 1 and 1! Hi Tins. SALMON IN BARRELS. FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE INSURANCE. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, 86,219,458.98. London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., Assets, S4.317.052. Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co., (Limited) Assets, 86,124,057. Now York Life Ins. Co., Assets, 8125,947,290.81. C 0. BERGER General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. HONOLULU. CASTLE & COOKE, Life, Fire and Marine INSURANCE AGENTS. AGENTS FOR New England Mutual Lire Insurance Co., OK BOSTON. yEtna Fire Insurance Co., OK HARTFOItn. Union Insurance Co., OK SAN KUANOISOO, CAL. , O. Ti. BK.ITO, Corner of Smith & King Streets, Honolulu, KIWI'S A CO.MPLKTK LINK OK GROCERIES, and bi;ci;ivi:h New Consignments by Every Steamer. Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter At 40 cts. a Pouiiil. IUI lm Island Shells and Curios I WHOI.KSALK AND ItKTAlL.l'HKAP fur Cash, at 101 Kent sticel, hetweon Killers' llrv (iooils Stuie and Frank (lorlz's Shoo Mure.' aaitf T. TANNATT. The leu! thimj In smd to your friends iiliruutl in Kiny ilron, "Jlluntnited Sou- i'fliiirvf Htwitii," which Uyotten up for I, ' Hie purpose, uml in not an advettUumtnt, Another Lost Island. A few days ago mention was mado in this column of tho alleged disap pearance) in an earthquake) of the principal island of the Saiigir ji'fup, in louj?itude 125 dofj., midway ho tween the islands of Mindanao and Celebes. News now comes that a Dutch skipper sailing along the northwest coast of Australia reports tho disappearance of Expedition Island at the mouth of Collier Bay in Western Australia. Tho island is almost exactly in the same longitude as Sangir Island, and nearly twenty degrees south. As the sea in which it lies is unfrequented ly shipping it is quito possible thai its subsi dence, if it occurred, was simultan eous with the submersion of Sangir below the waves. The Dutch skip per reports that he sailed over tho spot wliero tho island had been, and found eight fathoms of water, where as all round the place the depth was normal for the Sea of Timor, say 70 to 100 fathoms. The island was 13 miles long by one mile wide; it was 10 miles from (he coast of Australia. Scientific periodicals nolo tho event as a fresh illustration of the changes of level which are t. 'iking place in thesoi herumost continent. The coast oT the colony of Victoria and of Tasmania is known to bo ris ing. Each year tho land gains a lit tle on the sea, so that in places it is found necessary to lengthen piers in order to maintain tho original depth of water at their seaward end. To balance this the coast of Northern and Western Australia is gradually but slowly sinking, and Iho sea is gaining on the land. Tho subsi dence is not confined to Australia. It extends to man of tho islands of the East Indian Archipelago from the si raits of Sunda to tho Southern Philippine Islands. Tho inhabitants point to beaches wlfich tire now cov ered by tho waves at low water, but which in past times wore sites of villages. The same phenomenon is observed in several places on the western coast of South America. Tho whole crust of the globe is probably in motion, changing its relative level, as it gradually adjusts itself to tho contraction of tho in terior on which it rests. In tho north I ho circumpolar regions are rising. Tf wo had records to guide us, wo .should probably find that Grant Land, Grinnoll Land and Franz Josefs Land are several inches high er than Ihoy wore when they were lir.st discovered. And simultaneous ly the coast of Greenland in tho neighborhood of Disco is sinking, so that stakes which wore driven into tho beach to moor boats to aro now under water. It is easy to un derstand that, without any volcanic agency, tho surface or tho earth, renting as it does on a foundation which must bo incandescent, must rise and fall as tho action of fire ex pands and contracts its subterranean support. This process lias gone on through out all time. In Iho Arabian Sea, not far from tho mouth of tho In dus, the voyager in tho Bombay steamers can see, when tho water is clear, the peaks and minarets of a drowned city at tho bottom of the ocean. Tho stoainor passes over thorn iis they lie in their watery grave. At some far distant period that city lived and nourished, prob ably on tho ocean border, and may have been a place of trade anil pros perity. Tho hungry waves gradually lose and rose, capturing a street hero, a square there, until the peo ple wore driven out and the city was engulfed. It was an illustration on a great scale of the action of the agency which terminated tho terres trial life of Expedition Island. Donnelly, in his story of Atlantis, supposes that tho alternate uprising and subsidence of the eaith's crust culminated, in tho case of that lost conlinunt, in a frightful catastrophe in which man ami all his works per ished in a night. This theory im plies active seismic agency, and till that can bo said of it is that no ex ample of biicih work has occurred within thp historical period. In our lime thu crust of the earth probably rises and falls continually all over thu globe, but the changes are imper ceptible to the observer; il is only whoie earthquakes come into play that whole islands or districts sud denly vanish from sight, -.S'cm Fmn cikco Cull, Old Hags Wnntod. Clean white rags, suit able for baud ages, are wanted for use tit t ho Bishop Home and the Boys' Home, Leper Settlement, Molokni. King up 281 .Mutual telephone, and they will be sent for; or leave tho same at the olllce of the Board df Health, oral J, T, Waterhou&o's, Queen street, It Was Mrcry Shorlock's Wako. "There lays a hundred years o' peace and happiness." It was t'lie wake of Mnry Sher lock, who had died of old ago; and took place on tho night of Thursday, March l'.llh, 181)1, in the City of New York. The room was crowded with men and women, old and young, and an .aged junkman, who sat on a keg, in the middle of tho room, said to overy now-gpinor, "There laj's a hundred years of peace and happi ness," to which the party responded in chorus. "Faith, Mike, niver truer words diet ye speak." For Grandma Sherlock had coino to America from Ireland before any of them, and, no doubt, was at least 105 years old when she ended her long journey. But she was ono of the old stock, and never knew what illness was. How different is such a story as (his, for instance, told by a woman I "I was never well in my life," she says, "always weak and' ailing, con stantly sick, and troubled with giddi ness and swimming in the head. People who did not know mo would at times think 1 was tipsy. I always had a poor appetite, with bad taste in the mouth in the morning, and pain after eating. 1 had great pain and tightness in tho chest and side, and was languid and tired after the least exertion, so I was unable to do any work or get my own living. "As to sick headache, I was seldom five from it, and often my heart would palpitate, so I had to stop and hold myself, for fear of falling. I was nearly always under tho doctor, and when 1 was so. something formed in my mouth that tho doctor called 'ranula,' and 1 was confined in tho Exeter Hospital 17 weeks with it. "from that time 1 was worse than ever; and after eating tho least mor sel of food I heaved at tho stomach and would spit up a sour lluid. "Better and worse 1 continued un til April, ISS'.), when 1 became much worse, and my abdomOu swelled un til it reached a great size, and a pain in the side and back made mo scream out. Indeed 1 was in' such agony 1 could not stir hand or foot. Just then my neighbor, Mrs. Harris, wife of Joshua Harris, tho road contrac tor, came in, and 1 had to be carried to bed. So dreadful was tho pain that I broke out into a heavy sweat, and a faintness came over ine. Mrs. Harris stayed with me and poulticed me, but as I got no better my mo ther, who lived al Uousdon, was sent for. She came at once and sent for a doctor, as 1 was in terrible dis tress, and lighting for breath. The doctor said he could nut tell xsh.it was the matter, and a second doctor was sent, lor lrom aeaton iy tho clergyman, who thought 1 was dy ing. So critical was my condition considered that pr.-vyers were made for mo at the church. "Tho swelling of the bowels in creased, and the doctor said if this swelling did not go down 1 could not get better, as it must bo a tumor. Ho seemed puzzled by ur ease and kept changing 1113' medi cine, but 1 got no relief. My brother and others who came to see mo all believed 1110 to bo dying. "After two, months of this a lady named Airs. Stockor, who lived at ltousdon, came to see 1110 and told 1110 about a medicine called Mother Seigel's Syrup, and said, "You try it, for it onco saved my life." "1 sent to Air. Gage, (ho grocer at Scatou, and got a bottle, and before 1 had taken tho contents I felt bet ter, the pain was easier, and the .swelling 1 have spoken of gradually wont away. Alter having taken throe bottles 1 was able to move about, and now feel better than 1 ever did in my life before, and am stronger than when J was a girl. But, oh, if I had known of Mother Seigel's Syrup sooner, it would have saved nio years of misery. (Signed) "Mn.s. Maicv IIoake, "Combpyno, A.xininister, Devon, Feb. 1(5, 18'J1." This was a case of chronic indi gestion and dyspepsia, with terrible const ipat ion; the swelling was caused by matter in the intestines which had probably been slowly accumu lating for mouths. In the meantime this lostoring mass filled the whole system with poison, causing all tho other symptoms described. Women are subject to this far more than men, on account of their careless habits. It occasionally happens that surgical interference is necessary. There was no tumor of course, but in the end there might have been, had not Seigel's Syrup removed the loathsome deposit before it was too late. What a pity that women (and men too) will not check thu limt symp toms of disease, and thus, like Alary Sherlock, enjoy a hundred years of peace and happiness. Tako Good Caro of tho Children. If you have children you will bo interested in the experience of Air. John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co., 111. lie says; "Two years ago two Of my family, a young man and a girl, had very severe and dangerous attacks of bloody (lux. The doctor here was unable, after a week's time, to check or relievo either case, 1 threw the doctor oven board and be gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho lera and Diarrhcea Kennedy. Im provement was seen very soon tiud my children arose in a few days from what 1 feared would be their deathbed. It i a grand, good medi cine." For sale by all dealers, llou son, Smith A; Co., Agents, m i - IIVicni you icmif ci Portrait Knhirgrd cull 011 Kiny ilron., yet (heir Price Lint. undnee Sumph'i. Tlwj can't be ieutl rm ft;