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V8M? ?' . dPH JF" ! ri , w -r VOL. V. NO. G75. HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1893. PRICE 5 CENTS. 4PlSSiP$rar(H ".?lijR7' flew JWsraSPfWW: ?! w iBUfM!f , ' w WMmt y-'TWMTWt&i r & , - Mi ' m. T "W? :sr?Pftfff p- v- ? vf .'?; '" i ' . ' m l ?- I' L "&" i 4 THE DAILY BULLETIN MINTED AND PUBLISHED i. EVERY AFTERNOON ' - KXl'KrT RUNIUY nv TUB , Daily Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd., at the urncR, forchant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. fUJllSORIPTlON-Stx DoM.Ans a Year. Dull vol ud in Honolulu at Fifty Oknis a Month, in advance. IE WEEKLY. BllLLETIS - is puhlished At, Fotm Dot.i. wis a Yeah to Domestic, mil Fivu Doi.iakn lo Foreign fchibscrlbeis. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING Hon it in sur-Kittnu ktyi.ic. Mi - UOTH THLEPHONES nr! i. o. jjox si. -ca Address letters For the paper " Editor Bui, i, in in," and business letters " Munngur Bulletin Publishing Oompiiny." Using n personal address may causo delay m at tention. DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Manager. Business Cards. IEWERS & COOKE, IlliroltTKIlS AND DkAI.KKS IN J.UMIWK AMI Al.li KINDS OK JJUILDIMI MaTKUIAI.S. Fort Street, Honolulu. WILDER & CO., Dkai.kr-s in Lumukr, Paims, Oils, Nails, Salt and Ddilw.. Matkhiai-s ok kvk1u ....id. Comer Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS, ttl'OKTKRb AND COMMISSION Meri'IIANTH. Fort Street, Honolulu. H. HAGKFELD & CO., General Commission Aiirntr. Comer Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu. G. W. MACFABLANE & CO., I mi-out Kits and Commission Merchants. Kaaliiiniauu Street, Honolulu. JNO. S. SMITHIES, AuuriONEKHANIlUENKIUL RllSINKSS AOENT. Muhitkoua, Kohala, Hawaii. WENNER & CO., Maniipaciukinu nii Imi'oici'inu Jkwei.kkh. U2 Fort Street, Honolulu. THOS. LINDSAY, MNUPA(TiiitiNii Jeweler and Watch maker. Kukui Jewelry a specialty. Particular attention p.iid to all kinds of repairs. Mcluorny Rlock, Fort Street. ATLAS ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON, H. W. Schmidt & Sons, AtlBNTH KOIt THE HAWAIIAN TSLANHH. HONOLULU IRON WORKS, Ktkam Enoini's, Bimiau Mim.h, Ilon.i'.us, Oooi.kiik. Iron, JIrakh, and Lead ('ahijvok. Machinery of Every 1 rintlon Made to Order. Furtioulurattu .11 paid to Ships' llhieksmillilng. Job Work executed at Short Notice. 0. B. RIPLEY, AROHITBOT. Loiiipleln iiIiiiih and siieelllcitlloiiM for every description of building. Conlrauth drawn and careful xupcrliilciidcuco of con struction given when required. Call and uxaniliici plans. New designs, Modern buildings, uillfti, llooiiift.HpreckelH1 Hlock. MuliiulTul. Mi. Wffl. 6. IRWIN & CO. (Limited.) OFFER FOR SALE FERTILIZERS A MIX. CROSS A RONS' Celebrated High Grado Cano Manures. Wo are also prepared to take orders for "Messrs. 1ST. 01ilKi,n.d.t, 3b Oo.'b "F'Q-t.'tilize'rs, Insuring prompt deli very. BOILED LUCOL! Mr-TliN is a superior Paint Oil, con suming less pigment tlinii Linseed Oil, and giving n lasting brilliancy to colors, lined with drier it gives a splendid lloor sin face. Lime, Cement, REFINED SUGARS, SALMON. Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef PARAKFINE TAINT CO.'s Compounds,Roofing & Papers, Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering. Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever lasting Faint Especially designed for Vacuum Pans. FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE NSURANCE. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, 86,219,458.98. London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., Assets, $4,317,052. Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co., (Limited) Assets, $6,124,057. New York Life Ins. Co., Assets, $125,947,290.81. C. 0. BERGER, General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. HONOLULU. Wm. 6. Irwin & Co. (LIMITED) Win. 0. Irwin. - President and Manager Olaus Spreukuls, - - - - Vice-President W. M. tiill'ard, - Seerotaiy and Treasurer Theo. 0. 1'orter --..-. Auditor Siga.r Factors -.AND Commission Agents. AOENTS OF TIIK Oceanic Steamship Company, OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL. cTbrewerTco. (LIMITED) General Mercantile AND Commission Agents J. 0. Caller . ...President and .Manager II, II. Robertson Treasuier li. I', lllshoi Keeielary V. F.Allen Auditor Hon, 0. It. Iliuhoii '. .'..;;. I Dirt-flu H.O.Allen Directors II, WatcrhnOM',.. II HAWAII IIOLOMUA DAILY AND WEEKLY Hawaiian Newspapers ARK tiir-- Loadlng Journals in tho Kingdom. The ''Daily Hawaii Holomiia," Has tlio Largest Circulation on the Islands and is the Host Medium for Advertising. Slit. Tun. K. NvTiiANii.t. will receive all Advertisement anil transact all business matters. OrKter: " Breiilu Hlock." corner Nuiinuu and Queen street (upstairs). 5lli-tf FOR SALE. 2-Horse Fo-wer UPRIGHT iiixh' Eiiffle if Boiler ! IN GOOD WORKINd ORDER. For particulars or terms apply to the IHILLETIN OFFICE Onion Gas Engine Co. (Incorporated May ll, 18!)2.) MANUFACTURERS OF THE Regan Vapor Engines AND PACIFIC GAS ENGINES. Horionlal fe ITjiripIit, Stationary it Marine, Uas it Gasoline Engines, Pumps it Launches. JOS. TUSTKHJR,, 5IS-tf Solo Agent for Hawaiian Islands. CHAS. T. GULICK, Notary Public for the Island ol Oahu. Agent to tako Aeknowledgeiuenls,to La bor Contracts. Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono lulu, Oahu. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt it Seott's Freight and Parcel Express. Agent for the llurliugton Route. REAL ESTATE BROKER and (JENERAL AdENT. HellIHK TELEPHONE Mutual l.'H) P. O. Uox 115 "IS Merchant st. Honolulu. II. I. BEAVER SALOON, The Best Lunch in Town. Tea. and Coffee AT all hours. " THE FTNEST BRANDS OF Cigars and Tobacco ALWAYS ON HANI). FL JT. 3STOLTE3. Prop. METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Wholesale and Retail Butchers AND NAVY CONTRACTORS. a. J. Waller, . . . Manager. For Loon! NVvh Fitly prosuntud Tuko thu liiillotiu IjUvcpy' tiinu. ffplr 81 KING ST. wj&M R. S. Muonr, Bupl. V. II.Twi.or, Pics. Risdoii In Works, San Francisco, Cal. -HU1LDERB OF- i Improved Sugar Machinery BOILERS & ENGINES. Fimpin Machinery For Irrigating and Wnler Works purposes of any capacity. Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pjpe & Fluming DAVIDSON tPTJMFS, MATIIKfiON LOGIC-JOINT PIPE, HEINE SAFETY BOILER, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc W For further particulars and cata logues, addiess I2.isca.on Iron Works, San Francisco, ('alifornia. Rkll 411 TELEPHONES- Minn m, til At McKinley Prices! Departure Bay Coal AT- 12 j&. ITOHST! rP Delivered to any part of Honolulu FltEE. HUSTAOE & CO. ff King phones. up No. -Ill on Doth Tele-fiWi-lm c. j. McCarthy, Real Estate & Collection Agency AdENT FOR Cincinnati Safe & Lock Co. 35' Merchant St., : Cummins Block. HUSTACE & CO., DEALERS IN- WOOD and COAL. ALBO- White ana Black Sand .Which wu will sell at the Very Lowest Market Rates. Bell 4H - - TELEPHONE - Mutual 414 Honolulu Carriage Co. HOTH TEL. No. 'MX -Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts. Hacks tan be had at any hour of tho day up to 12 o'clock at night, on terms to suit tho times. Hacks Nos. 33, 45, 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 97, iflC EDWIN A. JONES Has opened an ollleo for transacllug all business In connection with Trusts, Purchase and Salo oi Bonds, Stock and Ileal Estate, And Is prepared to Audit Accounts. Ollice: No. 1.' Meiehant stieet, ntlicn lately occupied by tho Into .loua. Aut in. P.O. lloxWi. W. II. Sl'ONE, A.O OOXJ3SrT.3SrT . I' O. Ilox 17 TO LET I AWN MOWEIIH TO LET ItY THE month- ICtm:i liiin?. l-J ilay, week or Cleaning and Kliarpeulug done; Iiiiplicule Pieces furnished when riullled. .Mnehiilcs called for and returned. AIo, Repairing dardeii llio!u fact, can do niiylhlng necessary around tho hoiir-u or stable. Ring up Mutual Telephone l.'i'J. Wl-tl N. F. 1II11K1KK8. J XJ JLJlXJ PaciiicIailS.S.Oo. -AND THE- Occidcntal 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 I'iik dates: Stinr Sliur Btmr Btiur Stinr Btmr Htinr Stmr Btmr Stmr Btmr "OAEI.IO".. "11ELGIG" "OH IN A" . "OCEAN 10". "CHINA" .. "OCEANIC". 'Oil IN A". . "OCIOANKJ". "CHINA" "OCEANIC" , "CHINA" .. ...April II, l.sn ...Miiv II. I Mil .. ..Iiilvll, IWH . .Auk. ". IH'fl ...Sep1. IS, IX'l! .. Oct. Ill, laiK! ... Nov. U7, IS . Dec. a.-i. 1NU Full, fl, In!) I . Maich .r, IK'll April 111, !)! For SAN FRANCISCO. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way from Hong kong and Yokohama to the above port on or about the follow inj: dates: Btmr "CHINA" . Stmr "OOK.YNIt" April !), 1S!H .Miiv 7. ISW Stmr "HAEL1C JIay ), lsji! Btmr "OITYOF PEICINCI .lunoii, 1s1):) .June 111, lt'li .lllliel!7, IS'l'l , .Jul V 7, 1SH.1 Jnlv 17. IWI.1 Stmr "Oil IN A" Stmr "llHLUlO" Btmr "PEItU" Btmr "OOKANIC" Htinr "UITYOFRIODi: JANEIRO" luly'J), ISO! Stmr "OAELIC". . . .Aug. (I, 1MM Stmr "CITY OF ITJCINd".. Vug. 15, Is')') Stmr "OCEANIC"...., ...Sept. '.), 1MVI Stmr "CHINA" .. .. Nov. (i, Ih'lt Stmr "OCEANIC" . . . Dec. -t. b'i'I Btmr "JlTYOF PEK INd" . .. . .... Jan. ', 1VII Feb. l'J. Mil March '.'li, INII . May 1 1, INII Stinr "OOI'.ANK!".." Btmr CHINA".. htinr "dAELIC" . RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS: TO VOKO 1IAM. TO IIOMI KOMI. 1 r. no 'JiU 50 .no -jr ino 00 Cabin Cabin, round trip I mouths Cabin, lound dip 12 mouths European Steerage . $I."0 00 l-X 00 l!(i-2 W) bT) Oil f& Passengers paying full fare will bo allowed 10 peiccnt oil ictiirn faro if relum ing within twelve months. tef- For Freight and Passage apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., 207 tf Agents. Baldwin Locomotiyes. The undersigned having been appointed Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands foii tiii: fi'i.r.iiitTi;n Baldwin Locomotives FROM THE WORKS OF Burham, "Williams & Co., Philadelphia, Pcnn., Are now prepared to give Estimates and receive (Inters for thco Engines,. of any sie and st) le. The Baldwin Locomotive Works ARE NOW MANUFACTURING! A HTYLU OF LOCOMOTIVE PARTICULARLY Adapted for Plantation Purposes A number of which have reccntlv been received at these Islands, and wo wifl have pleasuie in furnishing plantation agents Mini managers with pailieulaisof same. The Kuperloiity of these Loeoinotivcs over all other makes Is known not oiil) heiebut Is aekuowledp-il lliioughoiit the Dulled rilaios. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd., Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands. TO PI.ANT LOVERS ! JjP rpilE UNDEIttSKiNEI) DI'SIRIOS TO L nollf) tho public that he is pu p.ued to I'rop.igalo n kind of Tree, Miiuhnr Hush o drafting, liuddiug, Ringing, or oilier method No payments will be re iiliied until the, aie well looted, which will take from l wi eks lo six months, iie cuidlug to its gciiiis. Now is tlie lime for tallies to iiinke pieseuU whether exotics ol unlives, to hi i' filiuiils. I will ali-o under tako loeiailie.ite nil HiM-ets that pre upon or suck tin- sup ft tun trees mid othei vege lablcs, w bleb can bo expelled from Till lo I Hi hours; no cure no pay. tf 'Jlio Collee 'ami Orange family n specialt. AddiOKs W. I,., UW-liu 1IUI.I.MIA Ollli-e. mm Golden Rule Bazaar W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop. Just Received Ex "Australia" Lnwn Tennis Rtickrts, $,1fiO lo $(. " " Nrlii, full court. " " Poles. Tops, if. to JOu Croquet Sets, $1A0 to $12. Hair Hulls, Wo. to $f.(). Hose Hull Huts, lth: to !)0e. Musics, .' $4. ('atelier's Gloves, nth: to $7tO. A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF Children's Picture Books Pocket Knives & Scissors, FULL AND 1'OMI'l.r.TI'. LINK OF h) id Irish LiiiPoStiitioiim Full Bound Blank Books At San Franeiseo Pi ices. Blank Books & Office Sappiics DOMESTIC Sewing Machines INTERNATIONAL TUG-OF-WAR ! TO TAKE PLACE AT THE BeretaniaStreetArmory r COMMENCING- SalynfayBvenk March 18 AND CONTINUING ABOUT ONE WEEK. f&- Teams desiiiug to enter, are re iiuesied lo do so with MR. C. .1. MiCAR TI1 Y, at No. :ir .Merchant stieet. t& Entries noon, FRIDAY will close at March 17th. 12 o'clock & A Platform will lie completed and 0111 for liraetico at tins. Arniorv about Maich loth. "ai!)-)t Tho following' choice bit of word painting occurs ill Hawthorne's Miuble Faun: . " Women bo they of what earthly rank they may, however gifted with intellect or genius, or endowed with awful beauty, have alwajs some little hamliwork ready to till the tmy gup of every vacant moment. A needle is familiar to the lingers of t hem all. A queen, no doubt, piles it on occasion ; the woman poet can use it as adroitlv as her pen; the woman's eye, that has discovered u new star, turns from its glory to send the polished little Instrument gleaming along the hem of her kerchief, or to dam a casual fray in her dress. And they have greatly the advantage of us in this respect. The sicnucr inrcmi n mik or cotton keeps tiiem united witli the small, familiar, gentle ink-rests of life, the cotitiuuallyopcratiiig in llucincsof which do so much fur the health of thuehaiacter, ami carry oil what would otlifrui-u be a dangerous accumulation of morbid M-n-iibility. A vast deal of human sympathy runs along this electric line, stretching from the throne to the wicker chair of the humblest sciiustios, and keeping high and low in u species of com. miiuioii with their kindred beings." Housewives, w idle you ply tne needle, havejouevei relleelcd oij thu vicissitudes of life? bee to it that sour husbands pro vide for the future welfare of their families bv at once apiilviug for a Policy in tin KQIHTAIILI-. LIFE AHSURAN'CI SO CIETY of the United tStutes. No more suitable gift could be oll'crcd to you, BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT, deucral Agents for the Hawaiian Islands Rcpiltable Life Assiuance Kocicty of the i'iiim'u nones. FOR SALE! Oliia (I Koa Firewood (MIXED) At $8 Per Cord CASH WAND DELIVERED -H JOHN F. COLBURN UBI.-Jw & CO. ANNUAL MEETING. rpilE RRdULAR ANNUAL MEIJTINd 1 of the rtlockholdcrs of the Inter- Island htciiiu Navigation ('ompauv (l.'d). will beh cld at the Ollice of the I'i minim on TUESDAY, (. M. OIT-td Maich '.'1st, at ID o'clock W. II. McLRAN, riecrclary. Ihiltl Hulletin, 00 cent a vwntli, delivxred free. THE HAPPY ISLES Sir Edwin Arnold's Contribu tion to the Hawaiian Question. HIS PLEASANT RECOLLEC TIONS OF QUEEN LILIU OKALANI AND OF HONOLULU. Suggestion to Put the Isles Under the " Light of Asia." 11 Silt RnwivAltNol.n In Hie 'li-leuaph J London Dul'y Qupoii Lydia Ktuunkni-lin Liliuo kalani, Hightfiil Hu-j-ont and Sovur oigu Lady of thu Sandwich Tslands, although for tho timo lminfr rolit'l liously deposed, does, mo the honor to luimhor mo among her friends. Amidst souvenirs of travel, and tho many foreign books of my library, are gifts from her royal and kindly hands: and a withered, but htiil fragrant, lei, or Hawaiian garland, made of jasminu buds, and brought from the boudoir of her palace, hangs before mo as 1 write. 1 bay this only for the sake of frankness, not wishing to disguise tho strong personal reasons existing for tho re gret and concern with which the ac counts of recent violent proceedings in Honolulu have filled my mind. Tho information to hand at this moment is too meagre and too much colored by tho medium tltrouu h which it has passed to furnish trust worthy matorial for a just estima tion of what has really happened at the Hawaiian capital. At present it looks like a daring and tempor arily successful piece of local Jili btistoring on the part of ceitain traders in tho islands, acting in con cert with political allies at Washing ton, designed to make an end tor over of thu Hawaiian Monarchy and people, and to secuio the insu lar ollices of tatc, and an etra homily on sugar for themselves. This may prove an erroneous judgment. Tho movement may bo till that is high-toned, virtuous, and progress ive. For the sake of the sugar and rice brokers of Hawaii, tho Ameri can Senate may he tempted to break away from tho e.stablihlied traditions of Hie Republic, and to hanker after the dangerous bait dangled before its eyes. Tho Ihitisli Uoveiuniuiil --albeit this is not likely with Lord Uosoborry for a Foieign .Minister may be so incautious as to sutler a second Tahiti to become established in the nm!-lJnciiic, and to allow tins key-group of that vast ocean to lie dominated by an alien Power, in spito of tlie ftoletnn agreement be tween Great Ilritain, France, tho United States and Belgium, which recognized and consecrated Hawai ian independence in ISM. Those and other political aspects of tho situation cannot bo hero and now discussed, or even indeed more than alluded to. J3ut when ill-informed people write of Queen Lllinokalani as il she wore some barbatian l'liii cess, and venture upon what is meant for pleasantry over the par ticulars of her digniied piotent against tho n-hullioii, and of her last efforts to check il, dressed in her lobes of state, with tho coronet on her head, it is well to remark that a more refined, graceful Christian lady does not lie than the Hawaiian Sovereign. Those who had the honor of meeting Her Majesty in tins country, at tho time of tho Koyal .lubilee, will not need to bo told this. Neither will any liuglish traveler waut the information if, in, tliij course of his wanderings, ho has visited tho Sandwich Islands, and shaied tho distinction of (.Juoon Liliuokajani's gracious hospitulity. Hut if thoro be any who regard vio lent and selfish policies as moio ex cusable when porpot rated against half-onlightoiied ami heathenish people, lot that view or the matter bo. hiiniinaiily dismissed as regauls Hawaii. Queen Liliuokalaui is as real and true a Koyal Lady in spirit and education as tho Courts of Kuropo could furnish. She is as much, and as solomnly, the rightful Sovoieigu of tho Sandwich Islands us any Monarch in liuropeof his do minions. This nriuod coercion of herself and her people, and thu act of rotiioinent forcibly wrung from her, must find very dillcront and very much bettor pleas to justify them than any which havo yot been made public. It is, lumtmir, of tho Queen her self, and of hor beautiful (tomiuioiis, (Utmtin ual un 4th 1hjv.) J fl -A , 42 .1 vt Am , k-- ,nr . Jt y r r? . .-wr,nteHbU :jM ""fcjftA 4ri.