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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 1893.
Tho Republic of Honduras has
got tho Louisiana lottery, and it ap
pears Hawaii never oven had tho
option. Honduras gots one million
dollars Tor taking tho company as a
tenant, while tho speculators for a
franohiso in Hawaii only offered half
a million. This fact proves that tho
Bulletin's exposure of tho schome
presented horo, as ouo being worked
under falso pretences in order to got
a charter to soil to tho company,
was corroct in ovory particular.
IS SHE A MRATEP
ON FIRE AT SEA.
Celso Ciusar Moreno was boforo
tho House Committco on Foreign
Affairs on January tilth, to ask for
an extension of his charter for a Pa
cific cable. Ho said there was no
doubt that tho necessary capital
could bo obtained. Tho Hawaiian
Government and those also of tho
countries of eastern Asia would un
doubtedly assist in carrying out tho
project. A sub-committeo will take
Moreno's recommendations into con
sideration and make a roport to tho
Sonsational Talk About tho Now
Hawaiian Stoam Soalor Alex
ander, Tho fitting out of the Hawaiian
sealing and trading steamer Alexan
der is being pushed as fast as possi
ble and it is expected that the ves
sel will sail for Honolulu by tho end
of tho week. Rumor has it that a
bow-chaser and a couplo of rapid
firing guns will bo mounted on deck.
An extra supply of coal is being put
on board and stowed away in sacks
in the cargo-hold. A good deal of
rock salt, such as is used for preserv
ing sealskins, is also finding its way
on board. Tho steamer v. ill have a
complement of sixty mou when she
leaves hero. Nothing further of a
definite nature is known about the
steamer and her projected cruise.
.S F. Chronicle, Jan. 18th.
Tho following items about tho
Alexauder aro condensed from a ro
port in tho Chronicle of the loth:
It is claimed 1)3 those who think
they know that the steamer is going
on a half-piratical and regular free
booting cruise, with the intention of
raiding the Copper-island seal rook
eries, and trading with Alaska na-
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uuiiuuuiiuiuuiiuiUBUUiiiJU ji JTBIJLi JLUJI
A column article in a late San
Francisco Chronicle describes the
Pacific Coast as a "smugglers' para
dise." Tho increase of tho duty on
opium to $10 a pound and tho in
creased restriction of Chinese immi
gration havo opened a tempting
field of operations for daring adven
turers. Tho frequent large successes
of thoso bold smugglers in their
lively yachts aro duo to tho abs-eucu
of any efficient fleot of revenue cut
ters. Officials havo to stand what
ever censure they got from the pub
lic with helpless resignation. They
havo no vessel to go to sea when in
formed that a smuggling craft is
cruising along tho coast. In view
of such a stato of affairs in a coun
try so rich in resources as tho Paci
fic Coast of tho United States, there
can bo but small blame attaching to
tho authorities of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands for tho occasional smuggling
exploits committed on their almost
absolutely unprotected coast lines.
It is indeed greatly to their credit
that they havo been able oven to
compel smuggling craft to perform
extremely ingenious maneuvring to
make any landings at all.
Crimes at Sea.
Washington, Jan. 17th. Oates of
Alabama called up the Senate bill to
provide for the punishment of of
fenses on the high seas. It provides
that every person who is not ono of
the crew on board any vessel belong
ing in whole or in part to any citi
zen ol the United States who shall
in deianco of tho master of such
vessel create any riot or disorder, or
who shall commit any breach of tho
peace, or who shall hinder, obstruct
or resist tho crow in tho performance
or execution of any law, orders or
commands of tho master or officers
of such vessel, shall bo punished by
a fino not exceeding S1000, or by im
prisonment not oxcoeding ono year
or by both. It places a similar pen
alty upon any passenger who shall
inspire any crow to disobey any law
or orders of tho master, and forbids
tho crow to combine for revolt or
mutiny or to resist orders.
Davis (Pop.) of Kansas opposed
the measure ou the ground that it
would make organization among sea
men almost impossible. Neverthe
less, the bill passed and tho House
The San Francisco Chronicle says
it is known that Lafayette Colo, who
absconded from there on Nov. 8th,
is in Honolulu. Cole, who was a fi
nancial agent, had, it is said, a
happy way of cashing worthless
drafts. "When ho fled to escape ar
rest ho took with him a woman
whom ho introduced in Victoria as
his wife. He had a wifo, an estim
able lady of Pokin, Illinois, who is
about to begin suit for a divorce in
San Francisco on tho ground of his
acts in Victoria. c
Tho police description of Colo is
as follows: Ho is 5 feet 10 inches;
spare built; gray eyes; deop dimple
in chin: cairt look you in tho eye;
smooth talker; very fond of women;
good dresser; wears patent leather
Didn't Want a Missionary Tow.
Tho sealing schooner San Diego
sailed yesterday on a cruiso. It had
boon arranged that the vessel should
tow to soa behind the missionary
brig Pitcairn. When this fact bo
came known sovoral of tho crow ob
jected on superstitious grounds,
claiming that the voyage would bo
a failure if tho "iloating church"
had anything to do with tho cruiso.
Tho brig waited over an hour for tho
schooner, but tho sealers carried
thoir point and both vessels towed
to soa on thoir own hook. Tho Pit
cairn sailed for tho South seas with
nino missionaries and a general trad
ing cargo. Forty tons of bibles wore
also taicon down. S. F. Chronicle,
For paius in tho chest thero is
nothing bettor than a ilanuol cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over tho beat of
pain. It will produce a counter irri
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
much suporior to any plaster on ac
count of its puiii-rehoving qualities.
If usod in time it will prevent nneu
monia. CO cent bottles for sale by all
dealers. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Atfouts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
tivos and Russians, whisky, or any
thing elso that may bo handy, for
Tho Pacific Trading Company, in
corporated with a capital stock of
250,000, has been formed and osten
sibly is tho projector of tho enter
prise. Tho two principal ulten in
tho coimianr aro L. R. Fulda and A.
P. Lorontzon. The latter is tho
credited agont of Herman Liobos,
tho furrier, who is largely interested
in the North American Commercial
Tho captain of tho Alexander is
no loss a personage than Alexander
McLean, one of the most daring and
skillful sealers that over sailed out
of any port. Ho is a native of New
Brunswick, about -10 vears of ago
and a handsome man. A long, heavy
reddish mustache gives him a fierce
While in command of tho sealing
schooner James Hamilton Lewis a
year and a half ago tho vessel was
seized by tho Russian cruiser Zabi
aka. When McLean found ho could
not run away from the cruiser ho
decided on a bold plan, ho ran the
Zabiaka down. The bowsprit of the
schoouor struck the iron cruiser
amidships and knocked a good-sized
hole in her. Tho intention was to
sink the Russian cruiser. When he
found that ho had failed, McLean
had tho American ilag nailed to tho
masthead of tho Lewis, and the Rus
sians had to tear it down when tliey
hoisted thoir colors.
Tho Alexander will tako away
from horo sixteen seal-hunters and
an extra largo crew. Tho hunters
aro asking S300 advance boforo they
start. Tho cost of fitting out tho
steamer will not bo much less than
Among most of thoso who aro in
terested in sealing the cruiso of tho
Alexander is not looked upon in a
very pleasant light. "Why should
Liebes, through an agent, fit out the
Aloxandor for a wholesale slaughter
of seals'?" asked tin owner of a couple
of small schooners. '"The Alexander
was under tho Russian Hag when
she was purchased by Lorontzon a
month ago. Immediately it was
changed to Hawaiian. That was
queer. If tho steamer was to bo Uhcil
in legitimate work thero was no need
for a change of colors. The Hawai
ian Hag is notary's colors, and is
just as good for a pirate as a scaler.
"McLean has sworn vengeance
against the Russians, and if ho came
in contact with a war vessel he
would rather fight than eat. In tho
way of seals the Gulf of Tartary and
tho Copper island rookeries open
largo inducements. Tho Russian
Sealskin Company succeeded tho
Alaska Commercial Company a cou
ple of years ago in a lease of tho
Uussiau seal islands. Last year the
company only got half a catch owing
to poaching by British and Ameri
can schooners. If the Alexander
has really been fitted out to raid
these sealing grounds with a force
of men and slaughters seals with
clubs thero would bo a howl from
certain persons in this city."
A Smoking Ship Soon in tho Pacific
Supposod to bo tho John Ena.
Tho British ship Goodrich, Cap
tain Williams, arrived nt San Fran
cisco on Jan. 17, says tho S. F. Call,
170 days from Liverpool. Sho ex
perienced tho usual weather around
tho Horn, but had n very lively time
of it whilo oft" Capo Blanco.
On December 27, a short distance
this side of tho equator tho Good
rich sighted a vessel that had mot
tho fato sho had just oscapod.
It was lato in tlio afternoon when
n largo iron ship was sighted, and as
they drew nearer sho proved to bo
on lire. Thero was no sign ,of any
body on board and most of fho sails
wore burned away. The boats wore
gone, which seems conclusive ovi
uonco that the crew escaped.
Tho Goodrich got within n niilo
of tho burned ship, but could not
make out her nnino. A smnll boat
was sent out, but tho weather turn
ed out suually and it had to bo call
ed back. As night was then coming
on tho captain did not think it safe
to remain near tho ship, so ho kept
on his courso without fiuding out
According to his description sho
was an iron ship of about 15000 tons
register, painted black with white
bowsprit. Her deck houses woro all
amidship and sho had an iron wheol
houso. She was smoking a great
deal, but it was evident from tho
burnt canvas that tho fire had been
worse and was dying out. Her hull
was also high out of water and sho
appeared to have an East Indian
rajah for a figure-head.
Just what vossol she was is a mat-
tor of speculation, but nobody ac
quainted with the vessels that como
to this port has been found that
remembers seeing her. There aro
sovoral odd points about her ouo
would not bo likely to forgot.
When tho news was received in
San Francisco a rumor was soon
current that t ho vessel was Hio Ha
waiian steel ship John Ena. Tho
Ena's being ou her first trip out ac
counts for tho fact that she is not
easily recognized. The description
somewhat tallies with tho Ena's.
Captain Campbell of the I. I. S. N.
Co. was seen by a Bulletin reporter
this morning, and stated that ac
cording to the builder's description
tho deckhouses were dillbront and
did not answer to that of tho burn
ing ship. As sovoral residents of
Household -:- Furniture
I nm Instructed lv Mn. PERI). Snil.KS-
filXflHH. nn ni'ramil of iloimrtlire. to MM I
I nt miction, at hN resldoiieiv Iloretnnln
street, corner of Pilkoi street,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 26,
AT 10 O'Ol.Ol'K A. M."
tho whole of his Household Furniture and
Kllccts, consisting of
Large Center and Small Rugs,
Two verv handsome Mantel Top Mirrors,
Upholstered lied Lounge, One lino
Parlor Furniture Upholstered In Plush,
Hosowood Center Table.
Klcgant KtaRoro, Lnco Curtalna nnd
Poles, 1V Oheflbiiicr,
HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
In Excellent Condition,
Ueiininu & Kkix, Now York;
Dressing Mirror, Vnes, China and Dres
den Ornaments, Hnudomu Kliony
Screen, Music Btaiul,
Bronze 8-day Clock & Ornaments,
BW Hat Stand. Chandeliers and Lamps,
Two BW Bedroom Bets, Automatic
Sewing Mnchino, Ono Ash Bedroom
Set. Spring & Hair Mattresses,
Mc-qnito Nets, Pictures, ltattan Hnliy
Crili, Baby Carriage,
B. "W. "WetrciroToe
Crockery, fllas and Platod Ware, Matting,
Meat Safe, Befrigerator, Veranda Chairs
and Lounge, Kerns,
Kitclieii Stove and Utensils,
Patent Kitchen Table, Garden Tools,
Step Ladder, iteArc.
Snecial attention is called to the execl-
I lence of the uhovo Furniture.' The house
will ho opened for inspection on Tuesday,
:21th January, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
Honolulu aro largely interested in
tho ship definite nows will bo await
ed with interest.
Tho Goodrich had a narrow es
cape from burning herself, tho cargo
of coal having taken lire when off
WAR OF MARINERS.
Incidents of tlie Union and Non
Union Sailors' Conflict in San
The Chronicle of the 18th says:
"The murderous attack made by
members of the Sailors' Union on the
non-union crew of tho steamer "Emily
at Oakland wharf on last Sunday
night, which ma- result in the death
of ono non-union man and life in
juries to two others, has aroused
After giving further particulars of
tho war tho Chronicle has tho fol
"Tho Sailors' Union is awakening
to the fact that tho shipping of non
union crews has reached greater
proportions than they would like to
admit. Tho first move to keop tho
union sailors employed was mado
last Saturday, when tho union
agreed to furnish Captain Griffith of
the Honolulu barkontino S. G. Wil
der with a union crow at $30 a
month, a reduction of $5 from tho
union schedule of wages. Tho. offi
cers of tho union denied that such
an agreement had taken place. Yes
terday tho four-masted schooner
Aloha, Captain Dabol, sailed for
Honolulu with a union crow shipped,
it is understood, at tho reduced
wages of .'30. This practically
lowers tho union wages to $30 in the
Honolulu trade. Whether a similar
reduction will bo made on coastwise
vessels remains to bo soon."
THltEE HAWAIIAN BltEl)
Mulos. Can be seen at work
between the Kameliameha Schools
and the Masonic Temple any day.
Apply to K. ll. THOMAS.
HOUSE ON KINAU,
li. 11. 111'.MI111 ,
007-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
Senator Morgan Talks of the "Dirty
On a resolution of Senator Wol
cott jf Colorado for an inquiry into
expenditures on the Nicaragua
Canal, Senator Morgan said that
logically Great Britain had just as
much right as tho United States to
charter a canal company and tako
tho control of it which it was pro
posed tho United States should tako.
If Costa Rica and Nicaragua were to
tender such an overture to Great
Britain, or if the owners of tho con
cession woro to tako it to Great Bri
tain and make tho offer which they
mado to Congress, and if Groat Bri
tain should accept, tho United
Statos could havo ono paltry plea
ho would not call it paltry ono
oinnsculated plea, and that was tho
worn and torn and dirty Monroe
doctrine, which tho Senate of the
Uuited Statos had succeeded in
kicking literally into doll rags.
rpHK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL German Bcnuvolont Society will be
held at tho oilico of H. Hackfeld it Co., on
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, Jan. 27, 18!W,
at 2 o'clock.
G3l-4t . Secretary.
Xu day, iecK or
MOWERS TO LET BY THE
, week or mouth IteDairiiiir.
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished wlitn required. Mnchines
called for and roturned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
neecsMiry around the houto or stable.
Ring up Mutual Telepliono 152.
6&l-tf N. F. BURGESS.
rpHE PORTUGUESE MUTUAL BENE
X lit Society of Hawaii at its regular
annual meeting hold on the 8th day of
January, 1893, elected tho following of
J. M. Vivian.
J. G. Silva..,
M. G. Silva.
A. G. Silva.,
hoard or iiiu:rroRs.
Joao Fernandes, C. dc Faria, J. de Fria,
J. 0. Rodrigue.s, .1. A. Quintal.
Saturday, Jan. 31, 1S98.
In November, 1891, reports
went abroad that Hawaii was
on the verge of a revolution.
Every month since then, and
probably a good many times
before, just such rumors have
been sent away and have
created a groat deal of anxiety
in the commercial circles in the
United States. The idea,
there, is, that revolutions mean
a general flattening out ot
business, and a probable fail
ure on the part of merchants
in the rebellious community to
liquidate their bills; that one
half the population carries
guns "and the other half wel
ters in red, red gore, lne
arrival in San Francisco of the
Commission sent out by the
present government will go
far toward dispelling any fears
or false ideas which the people
may have regarding the situa
tion here. Through it, our
friends across the sea will
learn of the peaceful and sub
missive character 01 tne na
and the gentlemanly
of the white popula
tion who deemed a change of
Our cousins in the United
States cannot rtfuse to open
the door to Hawaii on the
score of our being Anarchists,
Dynamiters and general bad
Seldom in history do you
find where governments, Mon
archal governments, are over
thrown even temporarily with
out loss of life. Future histo
rians will record this case as
one of them. Seldom in his
tory do you find that when a
government is overthrown the
people calmly submit to the
inevitable. More danger fol
lows the downfall of a ward
political faction in New York
than the establishing of a Pro
visional p-overnment in these
Islands; the Hawaiians are, at
least, civilized and intelligent.
Speaking of intelligence.
Have you, on your list of ac
quaintances, the name of a
person so lacking in ability to
distinguish between right and
wrong, good and bad, that he
cannot see more points of
superiority in a Hendry
Breaker than any other plow.
If you have, write him down an
OumminB1 EUoolt, Fort Street.
Dins, F. It. Tranguada, F. F. Branco,
A. F. Medeiros, G. Percira.
M. G. SILVA,
Honolulu, January 8, IS!).!.
FOR A CABLE.
Canada Wants Ono Direct to Aus
tralia. Ottawa, Out., Jan. 12. Tho Do
minion Government has taken action
in regard to memorials from Cana
dian Boards of Trade, urging the ap
pointment of a special commission
to impure into tho most feasiblo
means of completing the telegraphic
.system withiu tho empire, including
a cable from British Columbia to
Australia. Tho Secretarv of State,
in reply, has announced that copies
of all documents havo been forward
ed to imperial authorities, with the
intimation that the Canadian Gov
ernment would view with satisfac
tion tho appointment of a commis
sion as prayed, and would gladly
send and bear the expenses of a dele
gate to act upon such commission.
Tho estimated cost of a transatlantic
cable is S1(),(XH),000.
A contract has already been enter
ed into between the colony of
Queensland, Australia, and La So
cioto dos Tolcgraphes Soiismarines
for a cable from Brisbane, tho
capital, to New Caledonia, the Fiji,
Samoa and Sandwich Islands. Tho
idea of tho promoters is to extend it
to America. Tho company lias tho
option of making tho terminus at
San Francisco or Vancouver, conse
quently Canada will refuso to grant
a subsidy unless the cable is extend
ed directly to British soil.
"In buying a cough modicino for
children, says II. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdon, Utah,
"never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Uuinody. Thero is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. I particularly re
commend Chaiiiborlain'H because I
havo found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whoopiuir couch." r(
Ktreot. Lodging by day, week or ' cent bottlon for sale by all dealers,
month 2iJc. and fiUo. u uiiriit; $1 I Benson, Smith & Co., Aifonts for tho
and $1.25 a week. 1 Uuwuiiuu Islands.
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In quantities to Hiiit private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen and Alnke.i hts.
Oytor Cocktails at tho Criterion
Boot Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith v Co.,
Dr. McLennan, l.'ll Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugicnl
cases. Mutual Telephone (582.
Tho Honolulu Dairy havo put in n
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit customers,
Mechanics' Home, fit) and il Hotel
0. Uox 4!XJ.
A Small Lot of tho Noted
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut
JuhI Received from Samoa, also
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF GOCOANUTS.
E8F These N'uts aro carefully selected
for planting and aro just beginning to
sprout. A photograph of the Dwarf Cocoa
nut may he seen at the store uf
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.
D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
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.AJLiL ORDERS FOR
SHOULD K ADDIIKSSEI) TO
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, KL I.
. SELLING OFF !
Uy A. JI. UKTTKNCOUHP,
Vetoriiuiry Burgeon nnd Dealer In Horses,
corner Jlcrelaiila and Punchbowl sts.
Mutual telephone .'177.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- 110TJ1 TUL. No. ..-. -
Stand: Cortior Fort & Merchant Sts.
IIiioI-n van liu hurt at any hour of tho day
up to 1'J o'clock at ninht, on torina
to milt tho times.
Hacks Nos, 33, 45, G2, 63, C7, 70, 73, 97, 19G
Daily Bulletin, 60 cent a month
and one who needs assistance
The past week has been
busier with us than the corre
sponding week during the two
preceding years. And we
haven't confined our sales to
cartridges either. Just plain
every-day business which, had
it not been for the revolution
delaying the steamers on Tues
day, we could not have gotten
through with in time for ship
ping. Our men are of the
stuff that would rather wear
out than rust out; but there's
a limit to every man's physi
cal endurance and with our
packers it was reached the
early part of the week. There
is one thing about us that is
limitless: our goods and our
energy, remaps you ve no
ticed it just as you have that
the quality of the goods is a
little bit better than our con
temporaries'. People will drink water no
matter under what form of
government they live. Some
think it tastes sweeter when
drank from a cocoanut shell,
but we voice the sentiment of
the people when we say that
our new engraved glasses are
the proper thing. The pat
tern is new here and .the sizes
from "just a tumbler full" up
to a "schooner."
Mow does an engraved
tumbler at 1.50 per dozen
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bprecl;cla' lllook,
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH !
All Prices Marked in Plain Figures !
2C3r-- The opportunity is now offered to obtain Clothing1
to Order pL-rfeet fit guaranteed and made of High Grade
at Lowlm Prices than has ever been offered in this
IB. :e EHLERS Sc CO.
99 inoiaT STREJEIT.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
$3?" Japanese Sill: anil Crepes, al very low prices.
iiE2 Glove and Jhtndl:erehief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold reyardlcss of cost.
EESP3 IauUcs' and Misses' Tailor-vuide Jackets, from -fitt up.
fZW Beaded Silk, lilac k Capes, al your own price.
tESP" Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
C3)'" Drossniaking Undar lua Manayomont of MISS K. CLARK. S3
DAILY ANJ) WKUKI.Y j
aim: tjii: -
Leading Journals iu tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has tlio Uirt'dst (iiculiition 011 tlio Islands I
nnd in tlio Jlc-t Mi'cliiiin fur j
Mil. Twin. K. N.iii.nii:i. will rmiivu nil
ailvorilsumunu anil trnu-ii't nil lmlin.-ti
JTW- Oitii'i:: " llifiil'? llliifl;," cornur
Niumim nnd I'iicim street (niiitiltri),
1 C1111 liu found, as uhuiiI, nt Ills resiilewu,
AluKi'ii Mtu'ft, nu.t to iirltibli Club, or liy
nii't.-iij'o nt 11, !;. Williams' ntoru, Fort
JUS- All work uiiiirimit'tMl uml visited 11
; i-tfuiiil time. I'riimiit iittuntiim to all
i older. Tuned thu rhino for ronuurt of
1 Mtthlii, tliti iHiluliiiitt'd violinist, tw.l-lm
For Local Xcws
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