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HONOLULU, II. 1., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 181)2.
VOL. IV. NO. 517. PRICE f CENTS. t .. f:J, THE DAILY BULLETIN rniNTnn and ran.isimn EVERY AFTERNOON KXIT.I'T HU.Nll.VY 1IY Till Daily Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd., AT Tiir. omen. Merchant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. THE WEEKLY BULL1TI8 -IB l'UHMBHI'D At Ktiuu Doi.i.vus a Ykvii to Domestic, nuil Fivk Diii.i.ahs lo Foreign Subscribers. SUltSOMPTlON St Doll mis a Yrvtt. Delivered in liuiiolitlu :it Finv Ci:ms a .Month, in advance. BOOR AND JOB PRINTING Done in Superior Style. Address letters for the paper " Kditor uli.i:tik," mill business letters " Manager J Jut let in Publishing Company." Using a personal address inuy cause delay in attcn tion. IJoth Telephones 2.VI. DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Manager. Business Cards. J. ALFRED M AGO ON, Attohni.v-at-Lvw and Xotvuv l'liiu.ir. 12 Merchant Street, Honolulu. LEWERS & COOKE, IlllI'OHlKKS AMI DttVLHtS IN LlJMIIKU ASH ' AM. KINDS OK limi.lMMI MATLUIALS. Fort Street, Honolulu. WILDER & CO., Dkali.rs in IiUmukr, 1'ainth, Oils, Nwi.s, , Svi.T, NI liUIMIINIl MaTKHIAI-S OK i:vi.uy KINll. Coiner Fort anil Queen Streets, Honolulu. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS, iMrniirrus and Commission Mp.uciiasts. Fort Street, Honolulu. II. KACKFELD &- CO., yjV UknhiiaIj Commission Au:ms. Corner Fori and Queen Streets, Honolulu. O. W. MACFARLANE & CO., Imi'oiitkiis and Commission MrnoiiANTs. ICaahiiniaiiu Street, Honolulu. JOHN T. WATERHOUSE, lMcniiTr.it anii Dicvi.KH in Qi:ni:ri. Mkh- CHANIPIHI'. (Jueen Street, Honolulu. JNO. S. SMITHIES, ' Aijct 0Ni:ntANi(ji:Ni:ui.llusiNi:HsAiii:NT. "-, i Mahukona, Kohala, Hawaii. WENNER & CO., MtViUFVUrUUINII A.VIl iMI'OIin.Nfl JuWKI.I'.l tlJ Fort Street, Honolulu. THOS. LINDSAY, AlANlIFAPTIIItlNIl Jinw.l.l'lt AND WaTCII MAKI'IE. Kukui Jewelry a specialty. Particular attention paid to all kinds of repairs. King Street, Honolulu. ATLAS ASSURANCE CO. ()V M1MION, H. W. Schmidt & Sons, Aiii:nih nut tiik Hawaiian Ihi.v.nuk. HONOLULU IRON WORKS, Stkam Kmiinkh, SuiiAit Mimji, Horn us, ClIOI.KIH. IllON, lllhS, AMI ItKAl) Oastinijh, Machinery of Kvury Description Made to 0.'u',r I,urtil'ulllra,l'ition paid to Ships' Illack-sinitliing. Job Work executed at Short .Notice,, VETERINARY INFIRMARY, Kvi'Ki.i.r.Nr Aitommoiition nut I'atiiinth. KingStieet, Honolulu, Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S. oFMt'K iiiiuiii: 7:30 to 10 k. m. ; I3j!i0 to '. i-. m, j 1 ::i to II t.m. Hell 1X1. TKbKl'HONF.S Mutual 1S.1. '. O, Hot HJi). O. B. RIPLEY, .oinpleto jdiins and siieelllcations for overy ilescrlptlon of building. Contracts iliawn and careful sitperiiitenilenco of con struction g veil when required. Call and uxrti.ilno plans. New designs. Modern buildings. Olllcd, Itooiii.-i.Spieula.ls' llloek. MiitilulTul. AU, E. J. MORGAN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 84 Beretania St. Bell Tele. 280 151 3m Wilder's Steamship Co. TIME TABLE. W. 0. Wn.iiKii, l'res't S. H. 1!m:, Oait. J. A. KiN(t, I'm t Supt. See'y Stmr. KINATJ, CLARKE, Commander, Will leave Honolulu at '2 r. m., touching nl Lahalua, Maalacn Hay anil Makeua the samoday; Maliukoua, Kawaihao anil Uui pahoehou the following ilay, arriving at IIIlo at nililnight. Iteturnlng leaves Hilo, toui'lillig at Lail pahoehoe same ilay; Kawailiae a. m. ; Mu liukoua 10 a. m.j Makcna (p.m.; Maalaea Jlay (I i M. J Lahalua A v. M. the following ilay; arriving at Honolulu (S a. m. Wednes ilays ami Saturdays. 8-Ko Freight will he received after 112 noon on ilay of mailing. Stmr. CLAUDINE, DAVIES, Commandor, Will leave Honolulu overy Tuesday nt 5 r. M., touching at Kahului, Huelo, Ilium, Hamoa anil Kipahiilu, Maui; anil Puaii hau, Hawaii. Iteturnlng will arrive at Honolulu .ovcry Sunday morning. CSf" No Ficiglit will he leieiveil after t p. m. on ilay of sailing. Consignees must ho at the landings to leceive their Ficiglit, as we will not hold ourselves responsible after sueh Fi eight has been landed. While the Company will use due dili- genee in handling Live Stock, we deeline to assume any responsibility in cae of the loss of same. The Company will not bo responsible for Money or J owelty unless placed in the eaie of Pursers. Baldwin Locomotives. The undersigned having been appointed Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands roit Tin: cklliirvti'i Baldwin Locomotives FltOM THK WOIiKS OF Burham, Wrilliams & Co., Philadelphia, Penn., Are now prepaicd to give IMiuiates and receive Orders for tliesu Iingiues, of any sje mid style. The Baldwin Locomotive Works AUK NOW MANUFACTITHI.N'O A STVI,K OF l.OCO.MOTIVH I'AUTICULAItl.Y Adapted for Plantation Purposes , A number of which have recenth been received at thusu Islands, and wii will Imvo lileasure in furnishing plantation agents and managers with paitietilars of same. The Superiority of these Locomotives over all other makes is known not only here but is acknowledged tliioughout tho United States. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd., Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands. DO YOU FOLLOW ME? The "Tot nisi Ci iAit" Is made of (jenuiuii Virginia ami Turkish Tobac co Filler with Ha vana wrapper of per o: tie, iiiii superior gnu wltliout paper; pio nouncedhj counois .ettrstobe thetluct smoke uxtaiit. 1 lid is pe ii slhhi w hero a sfioi t smoke is desired. Health ier and better than a cigarette for a "between eolllM)" wliill', 19 Ask your dealer for them! - juiik Tho Kutey & Co. Branch of tho Amorican Cigarette Co., Houolulu. jos-:iiu L. KONG PEE, Merchant Tailor, Foil street, next to Club Stables, Uitelv Cutter and Mummer of Coo kiiii iv At. liiiarautees iioou Mt ami itea sonahlu 1'riees. I'atronago solicited, fill-lm For Mouldinys, Frame, 1'imleh, Arlo lijpen, 1'liotojiravuren, litehing, and everything in the line of Picture, (to lo Kimj Uroa., Hotel street. lMPOKTl'U AND DlUl.UH IK Steel & Iron Ranges Stoves 5c ITizxitTJires, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCHEN UTENSILS Agate Ware in Large "Variety, WHITE, GKAY and SILVEIMVLATED; LAMPS & CHANDELIERS, Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps, "Water Closets, "Water and Soil Pipes. PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK. DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos. .).-, & 97 KING STREET. pace FOP. Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. BRUCE & AT J. CARTWRIC-HT, C H A S . HU S X ACE, I.MI'OltTlIU AND DKAI.F.lt IK GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED. Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter &&- ALWAYS ON HAND & New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco. ' fjS- All Ordeis faithfully attended to. solicited and packed with care. LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street - TELEPHONE Hi). WEST CORNER NUDAND & KING STREETS. P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Telepltono 00. IF YOU WANT TO BAVI5 TIMII AM) MON'KY 1HIY YOtllt FiritNI THKi: AT THK IXI.. COltNIIK Nl'l'AN'll A- KINO STItlCin'S. FOCNI) Tho place to Iluy New EBKEasrajB and Second-hand Furuitiiie of all kinds at Lowest Prices: The 1X1., ,8t, gr corner Niiiiauii ami King streets. lledroom Sots, Wardiobes, lee vfey ltotes. Stoves, t'bairs. Hanging I.aiinis, Kugs.lluieaus, CbollonlerH, J5&. ,'t,' "'c' "l""'!1 f'jr ('ash at the 1 X I,, corner Xuiiami and King pm streets. Steamer and Veranda Chairs, M jg Sofas, lied Lounges, Itaby Ciibs, Clothes llaskets, Sewing Maehines. "" Whatnots, Meat Safes, Tiithks.ctc., Mini iu ilia i.owest casii riicesattlie l - l. mi anil wecoiul-liaiul Mit ulture House, coiner Nuiiauii and King streets. S. W. LEDERER, Proprietor. STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 0 O'CLOCK. ti:u:i'1Iuni; ami m PORT STREET. ii'.o. iiosl-it. - IMl'OllTLItH, WHOLUSALi; AND UKTAII. DKALIJIIS IN Groceries and Provisions. ON 1CIJ JIj each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. fiom California -Fresh California Itoll lluttei, Kiocn Ousters ami Fiesh California Fiuits, Fish, Game, Vegetables, etc. A complete Hud of Orosso A IllackwelPs ami J. T. Morton's Canned and llotlled (ioods always on blind. Just received a Fresh Line of tieiliiuu I'ates aiuj I'utted Meats and liottled l'lesmved l''l nits, Lewis Co.'s Maltese llrand Sugar Ciueil Hams ami ll.icou, New llreakfast Cereals, Cream Oat Flakes and Cieain Wlieat I'lakes, Sicily Leiuous. California Itiver sldu Oranges, Oiegon Iturbiink I'otatoes, etc. Satisfaction giiarauteeil. TKLIIIMIONi: l)J. 1'. O. IIOX IIS. H. E. McINTYRE & BKO., IMI'OHTKUS AND DKALIIItS IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed. New tioods llecdved by l.ver) Packet from the Ihstern States and Kuioiie. FP.KSII CALIFOliNIA J'UODlH'i: Y KVKItY KTKAMlIIt. All Ouleia faithfully attended to and (iooils delhvied to any part or the City free. Island Oideis solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. JSaat Oorner Fort Se Kins Streets.. is THE General Agot.ts for Hawaiian Islands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets. 1. O. BOX .'172. L. Oceanic Steamship Co. Australian Mail Service, For San Francisco : The new and lino Al Steel Steamship . "ALAMEDA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Conip'im will he ducat Honolulu from H'dnej and Auck land dpi or about September 22d, And will leave for the above port with Mailsaud I'assengen.onorulpuut th.it date. For Sydney and Auckland : The new and line Al Steel Stcanehip "MONOWAI" Of the Oceanic .Steamship Company will bu due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or id mut September 23d, And will hae pioiupt despatch with Mails and l'a-.-ciigeis for the above ports. The undersigned aie now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES. tjtgr- For fuithcr particulars icgarding Freight or I'.i-vagc apply to WHG. IRWIN & CO., Ltd., l-!)l General Agents. Pacific Mail S.S. Co. -AND 'J'lllv Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG. Steamers of tho above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way to the above ports on or about tho follow ing dates: Stmr. "China" Oct. II, lb'.U Stmr. "Oeeanie" . . Nov. 1, )1 Stmr. "China" Dee. 11!, WM Stmr. "Oceanic." . .. Jan. 11, lSifl Stmr. "China" . .Feb. t!0, ls'.l! Stmr. "(laelio" Apiil 11, lstK! For SAN FRANCISCO. Pteaineis of tlm above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way fioui Hong kong and Yokohama to the above port on or about the following dates: Stmr. "China" . Sept. II, Is'.).' Stmr. "Oaelie" Oct. Ill, Js!L Stmr. "City of l!io do Janeiro" Dee. Wl, 1.V.U Stmr. "liclgie" Feb. 8, lh!M Stmr. "City of Puking" ..Maieb III. ls!M Stmr. "Oeeanie" . . May 7, IWi'I Round Trip Tickets TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350. ttf For Ficiglit nuil Passage appl to H. HACKFELD & CO., ai7 tt Ayents. Oceanic Steamship Co. Time TaTole. LOCAL LINE, S. S. AUSTRALIA. Arrhe Honolulu from S, F. I.r.iw Honolulu for h. Sopl. 7 Fojit. 1 1 Oet.n Oct. 12 Nov. 2 Nuv.fl THROUGH LINE. Fiom Sail I'lanci-eo for S.vdney. .Irriic IIiiiiiiIiiIii, MONOWAl,Seit.'il ALAMF.DA, Oit.'JI MAIIIPOSA.Nov.lh MONOWAI, Die. Ill From Sydney for San Francisco. i,eni' llnimlulu. ALAMKDA, Sept. ".' MAItlPOSA, Oct.-.'O MONOWAI, Nov. 17 ALAMF.DA, D.e. IS CHAS. T. G-ULICK, Notary Public for the Islaud of Oaliu. Agent to take Ai know ledgeuients to La bor Copliaets. Agent to grant Mairiage Lieen-us, Hono lulu, Oahu. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt A Scott's Freight mid Parcel Lxpioss. Agent for the llurlingtou Itoute, ItLAI. KhTATi: llltoKKI! (Mi (iKNKIt.M. AOCNT. Hmi.:W- TICLni'IlONK MniM.llVi P. O, llox IV, - IIHIOK as . Merchant tt, . . Honolulu, 11, I. THE LOTTERY. A ChicaRO Paper Hints it Will bo Nipped in tho Mails. ( lilcngo Kvcnlng Journal, Aug. 'J.".) Tin: t.onsiANA i.i vn v. 's Tintof.s. 'L'lio Jotiisinna Loltury ei)in)niiy, it is said, is making overtures toward (lie ("stablisliinonl of the lottery in Honolulu. It is repotted that all sorts of eotieisions ate olio rod in return for the privilege asltod. I'ul. Ho buildings will bo oroetod, a steam boat lino maintained between Hono lulu and San Pranoiseo, and a big subsidy bo regularly paid tho govern ment. The oirer must piovo a templing bait to tho over bankrupt Hawaiian government, and it is within tho bounds of possibility that it maybe aoooptod. In .suoli ou'nt wo should hao not far from our coast another form of Monte Carlo or Baden Baden with tho stylo of gambling adapted to conditions. The natives, it is safe to assume, would buy all tho lottery tickets thoy could afford, and with outside remittances business for tho company would flourish. In the out side remit tancos is tho moat of the cocoanut. i no natives oi Honolulu are poor and could not alono support a lot tery bound to such subsidies as pro mised. It is apparent that tho main portion of tho business expected must come from tho United States. Tho "regular steamship lino" would bo a necessity of tho deal. And such tin ontorpiiso would be withia con trol from Washington. Tho postal laws aio reasonably olliciont, ami oven with the Louisiana lottery located tinder another name outside tho United States thoy could be so enforced as to cripple this original stylo of enterprise. The lottery dies hard, but its death is in evitable. Tho Lottory Bill. Euitoii l'tn.Mrrix : Wo wish to say homutliing with 10 gaul to what that moans fur Hawaii. 1st Fifty thousand dollars. (.?.)(),- OflOj dollars a year as a subsidy for tho intension of Oalin Eailwny. 2iidOno hundred thousand dol lars (.$100,000) a year towards con necting us with civilization on the shores of North America, either British or those of the United States. .'hd Fifty thousand dollars (?T)0, 000) a year to fulfill the aspirations of the late Ilouoiahlo S. G. Wilder, in carrying out his ptoject of bring ing Kohala, through llatnakua lo llilo, by lail direct. it h Fifty thousand dollar oK0, 000) a year lo make Honolulu piac tically a free port, so that the largest vessels iraveising tins ocean may find shelter in our harbor. When we consider (he development of traf fic between tho great colony of Ilrit ish Columbia and the Kingdom of Cathay, not to mention the imme diate intention of it gteat British line lo send foith on their lirpt mis sion a lleet of Aigonauts to pao the way for a line via Honolulu to one of (he chief ports of the Great Colonial Empire. filh- -One hundred and sovonty-fho thousand dollars (JlToKX)) a year for roads, bridges and wharves. What doe.s that mean to tho laborer, either Hawaiian or foreigner? (ith -Firty thousand dollars (.5.10, 000) a year for the oncouiagoment of industries, suitable to our condition, circumstances, and climate. 7th Twenty-five thousand dollats (.2."j,0(X)) a year to bo spent in the interest of tourist I ravel, and general oncouiagoment of immigration of a more desirable class of prospective residents than we have at present. Thurston's Volcano Hotel will then llottiish; all hands, weary sojourners, and the public in general, will quench their thiist at that gteat statesman's illicit still, and thnrst oii no more. Tho above verities vvo boliovo to be incontroveitible, and if any of the most prominent opponents of the above tneastito.s can and will pio mulgate a schemo commensurate with our country's necessities and wants wo will then cheerfully lotiro from our position asndvocntcsof the foiegoing propositions, 11 is useless to deny our impecti niosity, tho state is in danger, and is unable to meet its just dues, It is in the inteicst of labor as well as capital, wo respect fully give you these lines, and commend them" to your oat nest attention. Lorri:iiY. Dolly (who has visited in tho country) .M annua, this but tor cauio from tho country, didn't it? Mamma- Why, Dolly? Dolly- Oh, it's so sunburned and bliong. Tho Golden Bra. ICniToit Hi Linns : The following extract is taken front the ms.'l platform of the Demo cratic party of Louisiana. Tho opinion expressed in it is the moro valuable when we remember that the Demoeiats always have a largo majority of the popular vote in that State: "We declare our hostility to tho entite principle of lottery dealings. The Constitution declares (Jj-imbling to bo a vice, yet it encourages that vice in its worst form, not only in citing to breaches of faith and cm be.'..loniout in the dibit to get rich on (he turn of the wheel, but demo ralizing society, corrupting politics and impeding legislation; and vvo demand that the Legislature to be chosen al the ensuing election shall enact such legal measures a are necessary for their suppression." That was the opinion of one of the great political parties after ha -ing had the so-called benefits of the lottery for fifteen years. Last April, (ISS'J) .Murphy,. Fos ter was elected Governor of Louisi ana by a majority of '10.000 on a platform containing tho following clause: "A single obstruction now stands in the way of the proj.To.s-, of this State. An amendment t.) the State Constitution is proposed whereby its revenue shall be largely derived from tho Louisiana lottery. Such means of raising revenues are at variance with the civilization of tho country, in opposition to and sub versivo to all Democratic piineiplo. Demanding equal rights to all and special privilege to none, Ave hereby re-allirm our uncompromising hostil ity to the entire principle of lottery gambling as denounced in the State Democratic platform of IKS.'J." After twetity-threo years' trial of the lottery the above quotations were declined to.be the opinion of the people of Louisiana by an over whelming majority The promoters of tho Hawaiian lottery have the hardihood to ask us to receive and protect a seheme which the people, .who know it best, declared to be the worst form of vice, inciting (o bleaches of faith, and embe.zlenient, demoralizing to society, corrupting politics, impeding legislation. II. W. 1'EIK. HnrdunhiR Copp1or. Local scientists in Quebec say that one of the most wonderful discoveries- of iccent yeats has been made by a blacksmith of that city named Fcidiunud Allan, being noth ing more nor less than the long-lost ail of hardening copper. Axes and other edged tools made by Allard of hardened copper have been exhibit ed in Quebec which lival the best steel of t he present day. A piece of Allard's picpaiod cop per was tested al the Government's i iilt ranges. A shot was fired from forty j-aids' distance and the bullut wasshivered into fragments. AnoH'ur shot was fned, (ho missile striking more htpiaiely, and it was completely llaltoned. The matter of this ma terial is to bo brought to tho imme diate notice of the British Lords of the Admiralty. ' It seems at first sight as though tho discovery, or rediscovery, of tho ait of hardening copper would bo of but little practical value, owing to tho cheapness with which steel is produced by modern processes, and this is probably true so far as cutting implements and tools aio concerned. Thorn aio cases, however, in which copper is very much superior to stool or iron, ono of them being whore t lit surface is exposed to mois ttiK anil tho consequent danger of oxidization. For the outer plating of ships of war copper would lie very much bettor than steel if it could bo made equally haul, and it is prob ably this phase of tho question which will bo presented to the Admiralty, Then, too, it is a universal rule that if a now substance be discovered or invented which can bo produced cheaply enough uses develop fur it which had not been thought of. Haidoned copper would probably talio the placo of brass m a great many ways, both ornamental and useful. Kailings of various kinds, rods, lattices and many other things which are now inado of brass might bo fashioned of hnidonod copper. If the discovery bo a genuine one and tho metal can bo turned out cheaply there will bo plenty of uses to which it can and will bo put. San Fntn eisco Chronicle, "Yes," ho said, "I am becoming quite oxpjit. I can manage my bicycle with one hand." "But," replied the summer girl, "what's thouso? .Managing it bicycle isn't liko driving, you know. Z r a faHfcjSBg,.Jjfc -