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x w T:?: ' 'yv Um fr'kWV wlletim vr . , tf Jft ,v " ttN i y' .Xx ' A (30 fr K?v VOL. V. NO. 758. HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1893. PRICE 5 CENTS. THE DAILY BULLETIN II. G. IRWIN & CO. II. S. MoonK, Supt, W. H. Taylor, Pres. Risk Iron forks, Canadian-Australian steamship' line LATE FOREIGN NEWS. ' -1PWPPW ?MPipllpflP M w :lliP HffQkLlfflil!)iiHflHnr IH V MBtfK'iHGw.'WBflBBHEwTlSHaMawl) srvif-TnF "Ww W TC'T t,!vWKt.'j'!..?Tt . ' tJta WAWfr$ rar'iB'WflBTmwm v T.' . ; r ' r. w. . ?'' a , ' :; vv v-". ra 1 ' . "::' - . 1," It - i iiTv ' ' I. k IMlii asapM-. ; . sr.,s-Tr ,: W ; 1 . Canadian-Australian Steamship Line IN OONNBIOTION WITH CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. THE FAMOUS TOUItlST ROUTE OF THE WOBTJO. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED (Limited) U i- ,'!' -.'T-v. EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE Dally Bulletin Publishing Co., I'd., AT TUB OFFICE, 326 & 328 'lorohant St.-, Honolulu, H. SUBSCRIPTION Six Dollars a Year. Delivered in Honolulu at Fifty Cents a Month, in advance. THE WEEKLY BULLETIN IS PUBLISHED EVEHY TXTEISDA.'X- At Four Dollars a Year to Domestic, and Five Dollars to Foreign Subscribers. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING done in superior style. 250 - BOTH TELEPHONES 250 P. 0. BOX 89. -90, The Daily Bulletin is printed and pub lished by tho Bulletin Publishing Com pany, Limited, at its ollico. Merchant street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Danior Iogan, editor, resides on Alakoa street, Honolulu, aforesaid. Address letters for tho paper "Editor Bulletin," and business letters " Manager Bulletin Publishing Company." Using a pergonal address may cause delay in at tention. Business Cards. LEWEBS & COOKE, IlUrORTKRS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS. Fort Street, Honolulu. f H. W. SCHMIDT, & SONS, importers and Commission Merchants. Fort Street, Honolulu. H. HACKFELD & CO., General Commission Agents. Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu. G. W. MAOFAKIiANE & CO., Importers and Commission Merchants. Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu. JNO. S. SMITHIES, Auctioneer and General Business Aqent. Mahukona, Kohala, Hawaii. WENNEB & CO., Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers. 92 Fort Street, Honolulu. W. H. STONE, A.OOOl5iTTA.3SrT. P. O. Box 17. THOS.' LINDSAY, Manufacturing Jeweler maker. and Watch- Kuknl Jewelry a specialty. Particular attention paid to all kinds of repahd. Mclnerny Block, Fort 8treot. ATLAS ASSURANCE 00. 0F LONDON. H. VT. Schmidt & Sons, AGENTS FOIt THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. HONOLULU IHON WORKS, Steam Enuineh, Suoar Mills, Boilkrh, Coolers. Iron, Bhahh, and Lead Oahiinoh. Machinery of Every Description Mrnlo to Order. Particular attention paid to Ships' Blaeksmitlitng. Job Work executed ut Short Notice. O. B. MPLEY, ABOHITBOT, Comiileto plans nml Hjeolllcatlons for ovury Description oi imiitung. Uontrauta every description of Imildlni uruwu nun uaroiui Huperillleiuii uruwn unit uaroful Huperliitendencii of con. amotion given when required, Call und examine plans. Nuw designs. Moduru buildings. Ollloo, Room 5, HpreukeU' llloek. annum ioi. wo. OFFER FOIt SALE FERTILIZERS ALEX. CROSS A SONS' Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures. Ve aro also prepared to tako orders for Messrs, XT. Oh.la.jndt .So Co.'s Ifortilizor-s, Insuring prompt delivery. BOILED LUCOL! K4V J.I1I.I 19 u BU'Uilul J. unit jt,, wii- suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, und rri.tc r n..n.i- DAini-rkii giving a lasting Driiuancy to coiurs. Used with drier it gives a splendid floor surface. Lima., Cement, REFINED SUGARS, SALMON. Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef PARAFF1NE PAINT CO.'S Compounds, Roofing & Papers; Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering. Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever lasting Paint Especially designed for Vacuum Pans. FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE NSUMNCE. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, $7,109,825.49. London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., Assets, S4,317,052f. Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co., , (Limited) Assets, 86,124,057. New York Life Ins. Co., Assets, $137,499,198.99. C. 0. BERGER, General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. HONOLULU. Win. G. Irwin & Co. (LIMITED) Win. G. Irwin, - President and M anager Claus Bpreckels, - - - - Vice-President W. M. GiH'ard, - Secretary and Treasurer Theo. 0. Porter Auditor Sugar Fa.otors -AND Commission Agents. AGENTS OF THE Oceanic Steamship Company, OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. C. BREWER & CO. (LIMITED) General Mercantile ANU Commission Agents J. 0. Carter . . . (1, 11, KohorUou. E. V. IHhIioi W. V. Allen . . l'roKidcnt and Manager Treasurer ...Secretary . . .Aiiiiuor Hon, 0. It. lHnlmp oil .. . ...I V Director In. u. aiiuii . . H, WrUhIioiuh n. u. Alien Cal. BUILDERS OF- Improved Sugar Machinery BOILERS & ENGINES. Pumping Machinery For Irrigating and Water Works purposes of any capacity. Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Flumlng iD.A.-vT.Tosojsr pimps, MATHESON LOOK-JOINT PIPE. HEINE SAFETY BOILER, Etc., Etc.. Etc., Etc. For further particulars and cata- lugues, address K-isciom Iron Works, Ban Francisco, California. BEAVER SALOON, The Best Lunch in Town. Tea and Coffee at all nouns. THE FINEST BRANDS, OF Cigars and Tobacco ALWAYS ON HAND. "H. J. ISTOLTE, Fi-ojd. METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., 81 KING ST. Wholesale, and Retail Bntchers AND NAVY CONTRACTORS. G-. J. "Waller, Manager. CHAS. T. G-ULICK, Notary Public lor the Island of Oahn. Agent to take Acknowledgements to La- uor vjoniracis. Agent to grant Marriago Licenses, Hono lulu, Onliu. Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands of Pitt & Scott's Freight and Parcel Express. Agent for the Burlington Route. REAL ESTATE BROKER and GENERAL AGENT. Bell 348 TELEPHONE Mutual 139 P. O. Box 415 -omcE- 38 Merchant st. Honoluln. H. I. c. j. McCarthy, Real Estate & Collection Agency AGENT FOR- Cincinnati Safe & Lock Go. 35 Merchant St., : Cummins Block. OHR. G-ERTZ, Importer and Dealer in Gent's Ladles' and Children's and Slippers Boots, Shoes No. 103 snort Street. CHAS. G-IRDLER, direct importer of ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL IDry 3-oodLs No, 15 Kaahumanu street, EDWIN A. J0NE8 Has opened an olllt'o for trammeling jolt IjUbliicsa in connection with Trusts, Purobase and Sato ol Ootids, Block and Roal Estate, And Ih prepared to Audit Accounts, Olllce: Corner Kurt und Merchant streets, ' P. O, IIok D5. San Franoisoo, b g i TDIE TABLE. 1 i For Vancouver, B. C, From Sydney and Brisbane: - Arrite Honolulu S. 8.-"WARRIM00" ...'.... .July 1, 18! S. S. "MIOWERA" i ...Aug. 1, 189$ 8. S. "WARRIMOO" Aug. 31, ItSB 8. S. "MIOWERA" Oct. 2, 18! 8. B. "WARR1M00" Nov. 1, 1803 B. S. "MIOWERA" Dec. 2, 1KB B. B. "WARR1M00" Jan. 1, 18UJ AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER. For Sydney & Brisbane From Vancouver, B. C: .Irrue Honolulu S. S. "MIOWERA" Juno 21, 1893 S. S. "WAURIMOO" July 21, 18!W 8. 8. "MIOWERA" Aug. 21, lb93 8. 8. "WARR1M00" Sept. 21, lbiKl 8. 8. "MIOWERA" Oct. 21. 1S03 8. S. "WARR1M00" Nov. 21, 18!U 8. 8. "MIOWERA" Dec. 21, 18l':i 8, 8. "WAURIMOO" Jan. 21, 18!H AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER. Passenger and Freight Rates TO VANCOUVER, B. C, Are the Same as to San Francisco, Cal. Through Tickets to All Points in Canada and the United States per Cana dian Pacillc Railway. For Freight or Passage apply to THEO. H. DAVEES & CO., 71D-td General Agents. Oceanic Steamship Co. Australian Mail Service, For San Francisco : The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship "MARIPOSA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will bo due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck land on or about June 29th, And will leavo for the above port with Mails and Passengers on or about that date. For Sydney and Auckland: The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship "ALAMEDA" Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or about June 29th, And will have prompt dosnatch with Mulls. and Passengers for the above ports Tho undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES. For further particulars recardinc Freight or Passage apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd., General Agents. 1-01 Oceanic Steamship Co. Tina TaIole. LOCAL LINE. S. S. AUSTRALIA. Arrive Honolulu from 8. F. Leavo Honolulu for 8. F. July 12 July 10 Ang. 0 Aug, l(i Sept. II Sept. 13 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Nov. 1 Nov. a THROUGH LINE. From San Francisco for Sydney. Arrive Honolulu, ALAMEDA, Juno 20 MARIPOSA, July 27 MONOWAI, Aug. 21 A LAM EI) A, Kept. 21 MARIPOSA, Oct. 10 MONOWAI, Nov. Ill From Sydney for Sun Francisco. Leave Honolulu, MARIPOSA,Juno20 I MONOWAI, July 27 A LAM ED A, Aug. 21 MARIP08A,Sept.21 I .MONOWAI, Out. Ill ALAMEDA, Nov. Ill TO FRUIT OIIOWEKS ! S NOT ALL I'OMOI.OGISTS ARE aware that all colors, shapes and forum can bu put on the mime stock, I' or lustuucc, all kinds of I'itnis Will titmrluli on the Orange Stocky o, g,, Lemons, Linn h. Oranges, Shaddocks, etc. Tim iiuderxlgneil Is prepared to 11 form drafting, lluddlug, etc., mi all kinds of Fruit and other Tree, lllight eradicated In sixty hours, not ex lernally, but Internally, and for a few ceutH only, Adilrooa W. LUCAS. 743-2 w UuLLKTIN Olllce. Tickets per C. P. R. are $S sSd P STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY. THROUGH TICKETS issnod from Honolnln to CANADA, UNITED STATES and . EUROPE, also to BRISBANE and SYDNEY. For Brisbano and Sydney: STEAMERS SAIL 21st EACH MONTH. Freight and Passenger Agents: D. MrNICOLL, Montreal, Canada. M. M. STERN, San Francisco, Cal. G. McL. BROWN, Vancouver, B. 0. PaciflcMailS.S.Co. -AND THE- Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co. For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG. Steamers ot the above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way to the above ports on or about the follow ing dales: Btnir "CHINA" July 0, 1693 Stmr "OCEANIC" Aug. 7, 16'W Stmr "CHlNA"v Sept. 18, lbtU Stmr "OCEANIC" Oct. lis, 18!U Stmr "CHINA" Nov. 27, 1KW Stmr "OCEANIC" Deo. 2j, 189.5 Stmr "CHINA" Fob. G, 1M!M Stmr "OCEANIC" March 5, 1891 8tmr "CHINA" April 1(3, lb91 For SAN FRANCISCO. Steamers of tho above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way from Hong kong and Yokohama to the above port on or auout me loiiowinu antes: Stmr "BELGIC" Juno 27, 1893 Stmr "PERU" July 7, lb93 Stmr "OCEANIC" July 17, 189J' Stmr "01TYOFRIODE JANEIRO" July 25, 1893 Stmr "CITY OF NEW YORK' July 31, 1893 Stmt. "GAELIC" Aug. 8, 1893 Stmr "CITY OF PEKING" ,. Aug. 15, 1893 Stmr "OCEANIC" Sept. 23, 1893 Stmr "CHINA" Nov. ti, 1893 Stmr "OCEANIC" Dec. 4, 1893 Stmr "CITY OF PEKING" Jan. 2, 1891 Stmr "OCEANIC" Feb. 12, 1891 Stmr "CHINA" March 20, 1891 Stmr "GAELIC" aMay H, lbUl RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS: TO YOKO HAMA. Cubin 150 00 Cabin, round trip 4 months 225 00 Cabin, round trip 12 months 202 50 European Bteerago... 85 00 to iionu ko.no. $175 00 202 50 310 25 100 00 Passencers navinc full faro w ill be allowed 10 percent oil' return faro if return ing within twelve months. For Fuight and Passage apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., 207 tf Agents. Wilder's Steamship Co. TIME TABLE. w. c. Wilder, Pres. S. i. Rose, Sec. Gait. J. A. Kino, Port Supt. Stmr. KINAU, CLARKE, Cominandor, Will leave Honolulu at Luliuiuu. Mualaea Iliiv if it luuuuijiK in and Mukrim tho Mumiiliiv; Muhukouii, Kawuihae and I.au pahoeboe the following day, arriving at llilo at miduiclit. Roturuiug leaves Hllo, touclilng at Lau puhoehoe same day; Kawalhue a. m.; Mu hukonu 10 a. m.; Makeua 4 r. m.; Maaluea liuv I) l'. n.i Lahalnii h r. m. the followlin; day; arriving at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes days and buturduvs. No Frolulit will be received after 12 noon on day of sailing. Stmr.jQLAUDINE, DAVIES, Oommaudor, Will l. M leave Honolulu everv Tuesday at ft touching al Kahulul, Hi luelo, Ilium, liumoa and Klpaliulll, Returning will arrive at Honolulu every Sunday morning. tW No Freight will bo received after 1 r. m. on day of hailing. Consignees must be at the muillnc! M to receive their Kreiuht. lit, us wo will not hold ourselves responsible ufter has been lauded, such ITCIglll While the Ciimpiiuy will ilvo due dili gence hi handling Live htock, we dicline to iisniiiiiii any resK(iisllilllly in case ol the Ions of tame, The Company will not be roiouiblii fur Money or Jewelry unlets placed In thu cure of I'urnorn, ' $10 ci'all Less than U,S, Line For Victoria and Vancouver B. C. STEAMERS SAIL July 1st, Aug. 1st, Aug. 31st, Oct, 2d, Nov. 1st, Dec. 2d and Jan. 1 1NH. For Tickets and General Informa tion apply to THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. Daily Bulletin Employment, House & Rooms Registry ! SjB AH advertisements for this depart ment must bo paid in advance. Order.-, to continue shuuid bu given the afternoon tho advertisement expires. Advcrti-ements for the Registry must bo handed in before 12 o'clock noon of the day they lirf t appear. Tho r.ites given hulow under each head are for advertisements not exceeding live lines, counting teven words to a line. Five eent a lino will bo added to each ilgure for all above live lines. Employment Wanted. Ath. under this head, iSe. one tceek or less: continual, 10c. a ucek. Help Wanted. Ails, under this hcud, 50c. one lime; con linutd, 10c. each lime. Lost and Found. Ads, uvler this head, 60c. one time; con tinued, 23c: each time. Houses To Lot. Ads. umlcr this head, 60c. one time; con tinued, 10c. each time. Houses Wanted. 4lft. hiht this head, 60c. one time; con tinued, 10c. each lime. ltooms To Lot. .ilcfs. under this head, 26c. one time; 50c. one ueek; continued, 10c. each ucek. Booms Wanted. Ads, tinder this head, 60c. one time; con tinued, 10c. each time. THB1 PALAOE ICE CREAM PARLORS Having Changed Handi aro now Prepared to Furnish ICE CREAM of the Best Quality, SHERBETS of the Best Quality. Ice Cream Soda and Soda Water And a Choice Assortment of FRENCH AND PLAIN MIXED CANDIES ALSO COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA SEKVED TO OIIUEII. MRS. ATW00D, Proprietress. 7.17-tf 3STOTIOE ! rpUE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY JL ditpoied of his Express ltusiuess to Mr. D. AicCorrlstou. Thanking the public for their liberal patronage 1 would t-olic-It u euiuuiiiuiiuu ui iiju Bumu vti ir .uu Corrioton. M. N. SANDERS. TJAVING PURCHASED SANDERS' XX Express ISumuosh 1 am now ure- i i.i red to attend to all Cartauo at Reason able Rutcs. Mr. Cooper will continue in my employ. Uluce as lormeriy. King street. ij. .iiiuujimniu.. Honolulu, May, 110, 10J. 740-2 PIANO TONING ! PROF. S. MACAULEV HAS IJEEN thirty years in theo Islands, Tuning and Repairing Pianofortes and Organs. Ho has been ouuaucd by. and uiven ner- feet satisfaction to, eveiy great mimical artist who has perlormed liuru in that pe riod. He is prepared to do Tuning unit Repairing to-day, ut Kkamin.wu.ic i'iiicd,, as well us ever, and respectfully hulleits the patrouugo of this couuuunit.v. JJtf i.ouvo orders ut the furniture and iiiuhiu btoro of 11. 11. Willlums, the music store of thu Hawaiian Nens (.'()., or at his own residence, next door to llritlsh Chili. HlKflll FOR SALE rpilEbCUOONEU 'NORMA,' t& X (k) Ioiih KcglMor. suhntllli tuilly built of Uak und Cedar; Copper mid Conner Fattened -oppcr 'or prli 72ll if For price and particulars apply 'en i.'.t II. DAVIKHAIO. iflriiPw A kpJlE WEEKLY UULLKTIN2i COU A uiuiu of lutercbtlug Reading Mutter. IilmU,f1 nml led tq,forlKiiooitutrlri,Va' Per Darkontino 8. G. Wilder. San Francisco, Juno 11. THE HAWAIIAN QUESTION. JOHN L. STEVENS SAYS HAWAII IS BOUND TO COME. John L. Stovons, ox-Ministor to Hawaii, is in Chicago. "On tho Ha waiian Islands," said ho, "is estab lished an American colony with a solid basis of American civilisation, tho cnhition of sterling nion and woinon who, many years aeo'loft thoir homes under thojnspiration of Christian faith, supplemented by men of industry and commerce "In none of our American States' aro thoro more earnest and moro loyal American people. They look to tho flag which thoir fathors roar ed and consecrated to American liberty and good gdvernmont for protection. "They stretch out a pleading hand to this mighty nation of freemen not to abandon them in tho days of their imperative ueud. I da not bolievo tho administration of President Cleveland will uogloct this groat American ojpportuuity, careful and cautious as it is its duty to bo. "In duo time and at an early date I beliovo it will not fail of its great duty to tho American people. It will not postpone that which cannot long be postponed without danger and without putting thoir loyal AmorT ican friends in the Hawaiian Islands to grave anxieties and perils. "These islands aro as important to America as tho islands of tho Medi terranean aro to Europe, and failiug to accept this 'Valuable prize, it would surel3 bring our statesmen to tho bar of history with an indict ment of blundering criminality, from which thoro could bo no escape." UNITED STATES. ' George Metcalfe, a San Francisco capitalist, has been badly hurt by a fall from his buggy. The British iron Bhip Elmbank was badly damaged at San Fran cisco from her cargo of sulphur taking fire. Tho cargo was ruined. At tho session of tho American Medical Temperance Association a paper was read oy Dr. uratuers oi Connocticut,maintainiug that druuk eunoss had become a distinct disease. The Duke of Voragua and party have gone to Niagara Falls. On ar riving thoro tho Duko was presented with a solid gold plaquo with a bust of Columbus and tho scenes of his life in relief work upon it. Tho ducal party wore then taken in car riages to viow tho sights. Dubuque, Iowa, has been flooded with rain. Two inches and a half of water foil within three' hours. Everything movable was swept away by tho torrents running down tho streets. Scores of houses in tho flat portion of tho city woro inundated; sidewalks woro washed away, streets torn ui) and sowers burst. A rough estimate placos tho loss in tho city into Ui .roF,vnAJ. iinimiija xuuuiug tho city wore badly damaged. WORLD'S FAIR ITEMS. A troop of Bedouin Arabs boon giving, a performance at Gariiold Park. Tho Sheriff has tho has seized tho Arabian horses and trap pings for debt. Tho Arabs declare they will appeal to tho Sultan; that they and thoir horses woro only al lowed to como thoro on tho under standing that they woro to bo a part of tho World's Fair, and that tho horses- and paraphernalia woro their individual property, not that of tho company exporting them. At tho monthly mooting of the directors of tho World's Fair, Audi tor Ackorman submitted tho follow ing reports to juuo i: iteceipis from all sources, 520,309,546; dis bursements, $19,142,092; balance of assets, $1,160,501. The total gate ro coipls, $832,900. Chief Justice Fuller has ontorod an order suspending tho temporary injunction granted by .the Unitoa States Circuit Court to restrain tho, management of the World's Fair from opening tho grounds on Sun day. Ho sot tho hearing of tho cause in tho United States Court of Ap peals for Thursday next. Judge Bunn of Madison, Wis., and Allen of Springfield will be in attendance. Justice Fuller said it had boon held tho court must grant such a peti tion. At any rate no legal harm could como from granting it, in viow of the fact that a hearing on tho merits could bo speedily had. The now World's Fnir special train over the Now York Central aud Luke Shore roads, making the dis tnnco between Now York and Chi cago iu twenty hours, has been abandoned after two weeks' trial, the patrouago not justifying tho extra expense. ANOTHER TRAIN ROBBER?. Tho California express, west bound, on the Atchison, Topeka aud Santa Fo, was held up near Cimarron, Kan sas, and the express car robbed of $2000 early yesterday morniug, by live bandits, who flagged tho train and forced tho flreiuau and engineer, at tho point of revolvers, to accom pany them to the express car. Express Massougor Whittolsoy re fused to open thu door. Thu rob bers lired into it and wounded tho messenger, who still refused to open. Then the robbers blew opon tho door with dyiiumilo aud rifled tho car of everything of vnluo except (Coiitmueti on -$( i(.) m -i i t