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VOL. VIII. NO. 1144.
HONOLULU, H. 1M MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894.
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Address letters for the paier "Kdltoi
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Ualiy Ilulletln Publishing Company."
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llllrMIHTAM IkD UaALBAA IB LOMASa ANI
ALL S.INO or ItUUDlftU MtTBMAU
Foil Street, Honolula.
tt. HAUKFELD A 00.,
lornsr Kurt and tjueen Streets, Huiiuiiilii.
J MO. U. SMITHIES.
Vi'nTliiasak i.hiIiniiu Ht'aiaaat Ain't.
Mahukuiirt, Kolinla, Hawaii.
ArrnRNaT t l. ami Nnmi Hesun
No. IS Kaahumanu St., Honolulu
MNuruTtKiMi Jawai.at .mi vtim
Jfeirj a iiivcmit
lid to all klndn of repair.
Campbell Block, Merchant Hlrcet.
HONOLOLO IKON WOBKB,
dTBAM Knuinm Uduaa MlLUt Uoll.K.
Coobiaa InoB, Baaisi. knv Laat-
Machinery of Kvery Deaiption Mnoe u
Order. Particular attention paid to hlnp.
Blackamithlng. Job Work aiemiu-r! at
K. A. JACOBSON,
VVaTOIIMAKKU AND ilKWKLKlt
aai Fort mrit.
, 0. Uox 287.
Honolulu, it. 1
Mutual Tele. 4
DK. C. W. MOOKE,
1400 Van Ness Ave., B. P., Cal.
Blogant Apartments for Patients
ILACTBIOITT 19 NAAVODA D18BAAAM.
Dr. Moore oilers Invalids all tin
ooui forts of home, with constant and care
fill tretttment. llefera to H. K. Mui.-farlauH.
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS.
trrioa. New Hafe Depoalt Ilultitinit
Fort atreet, Honolulu, H, 1.
lian, Becirlcatlona and Buieriiiiuud
nee Kiven lor Kvry Description of jlulld
liiu. Old BnildliiKs
iiik. uiu ouiiuuiKb
el led and Enlarged.
buccensfullv lie mod
Oeslunt for Inlrln.
Oncoratlona. Man or Merbanlnnl 1 ruu-.
Ing, Traclni; nnd Blue Priming, DrawiiiKs
for Book or Nowspaper Illustration.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
SI K1KG ST
Wholesale m Retail Butchers
O. J. Wallkr,
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO.
OKfKK KOK HAI.H
tll. CIKIlM A SOU.
Celeonted High Grade Cant laoum
We are also prepared to tAke orders for
UmiHra, 14. 01ila.net t A Co 'i
Insuring prompt delivers
BOILED LUCOL !
Tills It A superior Paint Oil. oon-
lumlng less pigment that Llnaeed Oil, And
glvlnR a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drift U gives a aplnnctlrl door
PilrbankCaMtao. Co.'i Coras Bet
atrtHB rAtHT oo.'
Compounds, Rooting & Papers,
l"d'i PitDt Sinn Pip Cotiriii
Jarbmx' Diamond, Eaaaol A Ever
rlivialiy ilmiKiiod (or Vacuum I'aim
Win. U. Irwu..
W. M. AlCard
Thro. 0. J'omoi
Prfaldaut aurt Maiibkai
Bfrratarjr and Trraaurei
aiikmt nr Tha
Oceanic Steamship Company,
'IK MAW KKANlJldlO. AL.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Lnaus
At Smith's Bus and Livkky
Staiilks, Kino Stiikkt,
(Adjolnlni; Metroolltnn Meat Market,)
I the CheApest Plnce In Town you cah
Ijet Uii'Kea, Wacnnetteii, BiiKKie and
baddle Horses. It will pay you to call
and bee before you try elnewlicre.
a- Xwlu.t-u.ea Tlpiior. O0--Q
VING FAT CO.,
tW to Itifnrm Hih public that tlit-v have
clocd th Brunch ht iro it .122 Nuuauu
street, hut thut lll na-et tludruus-
touier at their old stund on
KIliK Ptrrel, wtmrr they
BKimoOM HKT8, CHAIBB,
BTANDS, Ktc., Ktc, Ktc.
Purnlture Repaired and OenerAl Jobbing
al RaaaonablA Balea
Hell Tki.. 881. Mctcal Tku S07.
I', o. BOX s.'l.
12-4 A VM FORT BTRBKT
Blacksmitliing ,s VA&.
(iriliTi In.iu llnolliir ImInihU In
Building, Trlnimlno, Palntluo. Rtn., Utu.,
I'rumpMy Alti'iulnl to
W. V. WKICJI1T, I'imip.
(IlllPt'iktur to 0. Weal.)
LIFE an i.
Barrier lire luaraaoe (fe,
Loidui 4 Uicaakire Fin Lu. Ce.,
New Tork Lite Im. Ce.,
G. 0. BER6ER,
Oeiml Aoeit I or HtwtlUi ItlaiAi.
BOTH TKLF.l'HONKH IW 414
iii.lit in any quantity frum
ha(t to a ton
Kriiin mil' bK to any iiannty
In -tU leiiKlhk and BawrU or Bpllt
from a haic to any quautlty; Alan
WHITE & BLACK SAND
U UcbardA StrMta.
'IMIK 0NDERBIONKD ABB PRE
1 pared to make all klnda of Iron,
Braai, Bronte, Zinc, Tin and Lead Cast
Iuri. Also a General Repair Shop for
Btcara KiiRlnei. Rice Mills. Corn Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for thr Cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oils,
Beam, Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Leaves And
other Fibrous I'lanta and Taper Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting. Starch from
wie manioc, Arrow liooi, etc.
All orders promptly etteniltwl ir
WHITE, RITMAN ft CO.
HOP HING &CO.,
Mil HOTEL STREET,
- Wholesale Dealers in
Lipi's aoil Manila Giprs
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rice, Mattlux
Chinese Silks, Teas, Klo
English and American Groceries
By Every Coast Bleatnei
MIII'UAL TKI.III'IIONK 117.
WILL ATTEND 10 -
UaDdgeuent and Sals of Fropcrt)
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Orrmsi Nn, t'J Merchant Street,
UTTl'UAI. T3CZX:XCOXr3B 180.
Pacific HailSLS. Co.
OcGld&utal and OrleoUl S. S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA in. H0NQI0N0.
Hteatnfra of the Above Companies will
call at Honolulu on tbelr w Ay to the adota
porta on or about the follojwlni dateit
Bttnr "OOEANIC" October 2, 1894
Btmr "011INA" November 12. 1KM
Btmr "OCKANtC"...Decemlr 11, 1"M
Btmr "Oil IN A". ... Jaiiuary 21. IV
Btmr"OOKANIO"...Kebninrr 19, ltt
8tnr"OllINA,, April 2. lwf,
rer SAN FRANCIUUO
dUramsra of the abure Oouipaulea will
oall at Honolula on their way from Uouk
konc and YokohamA to the above ixirt on
or about the (ollowinir dateti
October 0, 1RH
Btmr "OCEAN 10".. November 19, 1WM
Btmr "CHINA" December 81, 1KH
8tnir"UAKI4U".... KebruAry 10, 1898
Btmr "i'RKU" March 2), 1S93
Btmr "QAKMO" April 28, 18W
IATI8 OP PASSAGE ill 4S FOLLOWS:
AOAO. 1173 00
Cabin, round trip I
Cabin, round trip IS
a- PAatenKers payliiB fall fare will be
allowed 10 percent on return fare If return.
Ida within twelve montba
CaTT- for Freight and PaaaaK apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Aostnliao Mail Senict
Per 8ta Franclico:
riir Naw and Fine Al Uteel hteaiiitiili.
" ALAMEDA "
Ul the Oceanic Btramalilp Commny mU
be una at Honolulu from Hydney and Anck.
land on or about
And will leAve for tb alnive tairt with
M Alltt and 1'aniMtuKera on or alniut that dale.
For Sydney and Auckland :
Hie N'wailI Fine Al Ulrel rllrahihl'
" MARIPOSA "
tf in Oceanic rtteamalilp (imi-atiy will
be due at Honolulu, from Ban FtHnolnoo,
mi or about
And will nave
Mall and FasseiiKeni for the
Ihe iindHrMlRiiml art- now prrpared toikane
THROUGH TICKETS Hi ALL POINTS
IM TUB UNITED STATES
For fnrther narticulara rirlirw
FreiKht or l'asaai;a apply to
WM. 0. IIWD, A CO., Ltft,
! OiBrul AgaBtB.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
T ime Ta tole
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. V.
Oct. 0. ...
for B. F.
From Ban Frauciarai
MONOWAI Oct. 35 I
From Bydney foi
The Beit Lunch in Town.
T&n and OofTtoe
47 ALL HDOIU.
I'Uk K1NBST BRANUM Of
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAfb UN IIAHIt
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Cor. Allea k Fort 81s.,
nu-iiior id me h,,r Line, running in connection with in
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Betwenn Vaticotiver. B. I!,
A.R,E3 DUB A.T
On or almiit the dates
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B O.:
Btmr "AK AW A" October 2
Htnir"YYAKKIMOO" .. . Niivcinber 1
Btiur"AKAWA" lK-cvmber 1
TkronoB TlcketA 1bmb4I trotn
rtii'ittT Ann rAnnBN(A AiiaiT"
D. Mt'NirOLL, Montreal, Canada.
K01JKUT KEKtt, Wlnnlpeit, Canada
M. M. BTKltN. Ban Frnnclaco. Cal.
O. MoL. BKOWN, Vannver I. 0.
IiVETj.tTaa.1 Tele-pliorLe 314.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. O. Wiloaa. i'rea. h. h. K.
a . i
Oai-t. J. A. Kimi, I'url -til pi
Will leave Honolulu at a v. m.. touciiiiiKai
Lahaiua, Maalaea Bay nnd Slnkfiia tut
same day: Mahukuua, Knwrtllme and Iiu
paboehoe the folio Inx ilay arrivtnv at
..Oi'U b I
ReturnlnK leaves Hllo, touclnnR At lu
pAboehov same day; Kawitlh.if a. m.; Mu
hukonalU a. m.; Makcna Ir. ,; MaAlAea
Bay II r. at.; Labaina h r. m. the following
day; arrivinK at Honolulu K Weilnes
daya and Saturdays
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU
Saturday . .,
. Nov. 24
gW No Freight will i- rMived after
13 noon on day of sailiiiK
Will leave Honolulu every riiHday at 6
r. touchlUK at Kahului, Um-lo, H
Kahului, Uui-lo, Hana,
hbiuui auu ivipaiiuiu,
Ill arrive at Honolulu averv
AWfT" No Freight will b re.wivwl alter
4 r. m. on nay of salliuic.
OonslKUees must be at tha
receive tbelr Freight, as we will not
ourselves responsible After such Freight
has been landed.
While the Company
rill use due dill-
pence in handling Live Stock, we decline
w assume any responsiDiuty in case oi the
toss of same.
Tbe Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the rare
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
8? King Si
Motoal Tel. 662.
Baggage I'IiicLimI from Hotels and Real.
deurek direct to destination. No
RiMiliei'klng at sU-iiiuvis,
Baggage aUitys put In Statu Rooms
W., and cnlllliK at Vlctorln
below stated, vli.t
From Victoria and Vancouver, B
for Suva and Sydnoyt
to Cauda, Onllsd States and Enrope.
i ATtaT' For Kre on
For Freloht nnd I'AMAire and
uanerai iiuorniaiiuu, appiy w
j Thoo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
.-. . .v.... ,- ...
BEGAN VAPOK A PACIFIC GAS
Engines k Launches !
THE BE8T IN THE MARKET.
t& Thoy cannot lie surpiiHsi"!
for imitivo powor.
KKND FOR CATAI.OOUK-
10.13-tt Hole Agent, Ntiunnti street
California Fruit Market,
Corner KIiir A Alakea Hta
By Kvery Steamer from Ban Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and I'nlutiuK taught by the lat
est Uurovau muthoils. Classes every We.
nesday and Saturday forenoon from 8 a. m.
to 12 noon.
1essoUB for Private Putilla In m
clal Hues of work alwi given.
VBkV. Tim Studio nlil be open to vUiti
every rriuny uiuirlioon.
City Cakmage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Sis.
- 80TB TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages & Civil Drivers
To be bad at all hours.
J. S. ANDRADE,
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Estimates given on all kinds ot
riTONK, CONCRETE A l'LABTER WORK
tBAw OOMCAATA A SPICIALTT
JOHN P. BOWLER.
6. E. BOARDMAN,
tOLH AOENT FOB
Atlas Assurance Go.
I8RI7T8, . . 110,000,000
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agviits for Hawaiian Islands.
IN THE COFFEE COUNTRY.
Jottlnga by n Rocont Visitor to Olaa
in Hilo District.
Travel between Ililo antl the Vol
cano is much obstructed by the pas
sage of tlin traction engine, owned
by J. It. Wilson, who control the
freight line between Hilo and the
Volcano. This ongino has niado two
trintover t ho road, but has had to
stU'Ctimb to want of water and other
dillictiltics. It will resume its trips
on Monday or Tuesday of next weeK,
having hail a new water tank and
other necessary conveniences added
to it. With tho recotit improve
ments it is expected that tho engine,
with it load of three or four waKona
of freight, will bo able to make its
trips onro or twice a week, instead
of sumi occasionally, as at presont.
freight to the Olaa district at
prevjnt writing may bo quoted at
-10 per ton by wagon and $7 CO per
traction engine, 'lo thoie who are
unfortunate enough to live on" the
line oi the olcauo road it becomes
them to employ Japaneso labor to
transport lumber and the other
uiTCfiiarios of life to the spot where
they are required. This costs an
other -510 per thousand feet of lum
ber, or per ton of ordinary merchan
In spite of the fact that potatoes
mature in Olaa district m throe
mouths there is n groat scarcity of
this valuable esculent there. An
ortlinary barloy sack of potatoes,
say SOlb. to the sack, commands $1.50,
delivered at tho Volcano road, that
is within reach of the regular stage
line; and yet potatoes are so scarco
In that district that they can hardly
bo obtained for love or money; most
of the residents devoting their whole
time and attention to the raising of
colTcu trees and neglecting the
necessaries of life.
lu this connection it mar bo men
tioned that the majority of the new
settlors in the Olaa district are do
voting their whole time and atten
tion, labor and capital, to tbe devel
opment of coffee, and voffee alone.
'I his is all very well, but it must bn
taken into consideration that other
things will grow in Olaa district be
Tho writer has spent some three
wcliH in Olaa district, during which
lie has visited from throe to five
coffee plantations (so-called) por day.
In most of these every effort seems
to have been devoted to tho raising
of coffee to the exclusion of other
necessary aud profitable vegetables,
such as potatoes, corn, beans, cab
Olaa district is as yet in its in
fancy, and to the tourist it is gen
erally saitl that more work has been
done in tho Inst three mouths than
In two years past. To one who has
walked, as the writer has, from place
to place, from clearing to clearing,
there is no question but that this Is
true. 1 lie Ulan district lias taken a
start in the past throe mouths enough
to surpriho the oldest inhabitant of
Hawaii, and at the same time to
bring up the question, "Where is
Hilo?" At the present rate of de
velopment Hilo will simply bo a
landing place for the Olaa district.
Ask any merchant in Hilo where his
principal trade is and he will tell
you Olaa. Ask tho butchers in Hilo
where they send the most beef and
they will tell you "Olaa," aud so it
is in everything else.
H. M. S. Ilvaciuth anchored off
Waiuaku on Thursday evening ami
steamed up to Hilo on Friday morn
ing. After some of the o Ulcers have
made a trip to the Volcano she will
return to Honolulu.
Travel to tho Volcano is some
what light at presont. The "active"
crater is some 100 feet below the
surface of the old Kilauea crater
and, from the consequent falling in
of the b inks, is decidedly uusafe for
touristH. In company with C. U.
Welmoro, special correspondent of
tho New York Herald antl S. F. Ex
aminer, his wile aim inother-iu-law,
the writer risked his lifo to seo the
Volcano "in complete." The party
saw the buruing pit from tho only
point to which the guide would take
us, but for a second only, as after a
momentary glance we were dragged
back to a safe cliff, but only just iu
time, as a few minutes afterward the
cliff on which we had beeu Btaudiug
diKnppnarod into the crater.
Fa Judge F. S. Lyman was nomi
nated at a mass meeting of the Am
erican Union as Soiiator for Hilo
district. Nominees for the Senate
for other districts are: Ohas. Notley,
ox member of the Legislature, Ha
makua; George North nip, Kohala;
1. Knuhaiie, Kau. For representa
tives, llobort Hyoroft of Puua and
A. Homer of Hamakua are men
tioned, Gkoiioi: Mansion.
Morning and Evening Star.
Men, wnineii mill children will en
joy llio Morning uml Keniug Star
ilriuke. For their pleas.tut lluvor uml
Miiithiui; ell'tct generally, the lmlie,
wlui'e ilcliciitc i-yrii tun require u
lii'venip' that will net gently ami bo
eiuirily i-ufe uniler nil comlilious, are
ciilliiiMiiKiic iu their proi-c of Morn
inn uml Ku'iiiug Star, uml the uiuii
prifir tin-in lu all other drinks be
cause the arc iiiorcbineuciid iu their
ctlirln. They do not intorfeie with
liuMiifM) or pleanure uml are entirely
(ree frum all injurious or ilWactcuable
Milintiiuctn. hen the blood is im
pute ot the Mniiiach ucuk, the Ilven
iiiK rlur eau he drunk to advantage,
ami uitalnU Mill Hud relief from it.
In the production of there drinks the
llanaiiau Ulaiuls have been enriched
Willi Hit only pel feci gonllo buxcranos
known. Toe price per docn U ,'OV.,
ihiliMii'il lo all pails of the city free,