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HONOLULU, II. I., "WEDNESDAY, MARCH '15, il882..
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
In- published cery niomlug, and cir
culated throughout the town, nnd for.
warded to the other Islands by every
Tlic schooner Anna lmuleit in to
the wharf yesterday to load for San
-Tho Escort sailed from Now Cns-
. tlo, N.S.W., on. tho 30th January,
for Mahukona, with a cargo of coal.
. Tho schooner James Townsend
5. is 23 days out from. Humboldt, with
a cargo of lumber for Messrs. "Vildcr
Tho Fiona cleared from Now
Castlo, NlS.W., on tho 17th -February,
for tliis port, with 2,028 tons of
Tho bark JPriscilla has been
chartered to load (coal from Now
Castlo, N.S.W. forV'this port, to
Messrs. Wilder dTCo.
Tho Tern Eva from Humboldt,
brought 302,873 .feet of red-woodi
lumber, and 43,000 shingles to
Messrs. Lowers & Cooke.
Tho North Star came into port
yesterday to discharge her oil. TJic
oil will bo transhipped to San Fran
cisco on tho Jane A. Falkinberg.
ThoiBgtrio. W. G. Irwin sailed for
$aa Franoisco yesterday. -She carri-.
cd away 9244 pkges. of sugar, and
233 bunches bananas. Valuo domes
tic produce, $80,615.07.
A hoayy shower of hail-stoneS
passed over a part of Nuuanu
Valley and Palama on Monday eve
at about nino o'clock. It lasted
about fivo minutes. 'The stones were
nearly as largo as a pea.
Ne' Zealand -Potatoes !
Ex stmr. Zealandia.
A FINE LOT, new and In lino order.
For sale by
March 15. (87 1 w) Bolles & Co.
flj-jt, EOR SALE, a black saddle pony,
SC?y beautifully trained, perfectly .quiet
with children, will follow like a dog, and
goes well and easy. For particulars ap
ply to J. W. Robertson & Co. 37
A new lot of
Helmet" Pith Hats !
The best hat for tills climate. For sale
by A. S., Cleqiiokn &.Co. 87 JW
TO SEIjL AT A BARGAIN Ono
Bright Boy Saddle Horse, C years'
old, adapted for Lady oiGcntlcman.
Warranted sound, kind and gentle". Ad
dress of apply to J. E'. Wiseman, 27
Merchant strout. - 35-lw.
" ' LIFE OF
By Col.R. II Cornwall?
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uy lion, uonn u. i.onp, uovcrni
40P pages, 12mo. f'Snqscrlptlon price
jCQtlf-e2 por;,copy iinorocco, sprinkled
tyaaf, 82,50. 4 William Clark, '-agent for
IrraVnjBlandsrt nte 2w
''irriWd ORCHANS,'.' Any: party
X Having a copy of .tho Two Or
phans, inprmtea form or manuscript,
and wlllliiir'to 'sell or loan tho samo,
will oblige by 'leaving word to that? effect
ub lino uuieu. o
A FRESH LOT just.recclved, ex Zca-
XX. landta, lor sale oy
8. CjLr.aiioitN & Co.
JE. WISEMAN, the Real Estate
Broker, ,has a flno Dairy, Ranch
containing 45 acres, to sell at Makawao,
Maui, or would transfer thu same for
Honolulu property. Also, heveral good
properly Leases to dispose of on good
' city 'property several choice Building
Lots to sell In the suburbs. II6uses to
rout and Land to lease all over Honolulu
, and suburbs. Address No, 27 Merchant
Mr.' E. P. Adams holds his Reg
ular, CasluSalo to-day
The .three-masted schooner out
side is supposed to bo the 1Ir. L.
Tho various Committees on tho
Loan Exhibition will meet at tho
Reading Room thjs , (Wednesday)
afternoon at 3 o'clock. A full at
tendance is desired.
Tho crow of tho North Star rcfus
edduty yesterday. .Eight of them
were locked up in tho Station House.
A gang of men wore employed to
discharge her, and, put tho stores on
Capt. Webber, of tho Zealandia,
reports that on tho Saturday and
Sunday before reaching this port, ho
encountered a veryheavy cross sea,
running northwest and northeast;
tho steamer at times would roll hqr
gunwales under water. Shortly after
leaving Auckland, ho was .detained
15 hours,on account(of fog. Ho says
if it had not been for that detention,
tho steamer would havo arrived here
Auction Sales by E. F. Adams.
Murcli 15th, .at 10 a. m.
Sold by order of tho Collector General
of Customs, W. F. Allent.Esq., for .vio
lation of the Revenue 'Laws, will bo sold
25 packages of '
Boxes Ducks, In oil, Copies Cards,
Chinese Ink, blank. books; incense, play
ing cards, pcns,,chesnut flour, spice,
Fruit meat; Inkstones, mushrooms,
Mellons, dried fishes, orange peel,
Nut oll,.wood ware, abacus, dried olives
Beans, salt plums, citron, dried 'oysters,
Soda, white nuts, dates, l'crsimmon,
Soy, ginger, garlic, barley, flowers,
Basted eggs; Kuamqunt, lychec,
Lunggrean, vermicelli, dried ducks,
Bamboo shoots, flat fishes, shrimps,
Fork, abalong, and bean curd.
Terms cash. E. P. Adams, Auct'r
V ANTED A Situation by a Car
penter or Engino DrivqrJ direct
ROBERTSON & Co.
WANTED, an Invalid Bed. Anyone
jSiaylngLsuclitoldlsposo .of will
confer a favor by communicating Imme
dlately'wlth P. O. Box 45.. 80
WANTED A neat-rtldy young ,wor
'man, Norweglnb or-Portuguese
perferred, as a house servant, on the is
land of Kauai. Good wages given nnd
comfortable home: small familv. An-
;ply to" J.1- E. tWIsoman, Employmept
Agent, 27 Merchant street. 36 lm
WANTED A Second-hand Cloth or
CinviiRs Tent. Send nartlculara
loj'W. Robertson & Co. 33
TO Upholsterers, Saddlers, &c For
, Salo. a lot of cleaned Hair, .at 25
cents .a .pound. ..Applyito.GiiWaller, at
tne slaughter louses. .aniw
TTTANTED Will tho present 'owner
T V of a book called 'Tiik Teaciieh,"
lately sold at an'cvenlng sale,-'aild after
wards ranled off at tho Astor House,' bo
so good-ns to lciiyo.the name and ad
dress of the publisher at the, Bulletin
Office, and oblige. ' J-- "' 24
FOUND, on Lllilia street, a pair of
Sleeve Studs,' which tho owner can
have by proving proving 'property and
paying tno sum oi puo dollar.
31 J. W. ROBKIITSON & CO.
Redwood and Cedar
7 FEET LONG, for salo in any quan
tities, by r
34 Allkn & Rodinson.
KEROSENE OIL !
EEST In Honolulu, 10 degrees higher
standard than Downers.
31 For Salo by A. S. CLcuiipitK & Co.
UNION FEED COMPANY, A. W.
.Bush, Manager. Bee advertise
incut on other page. v 28
Diamond HRA.,Mnrcli is, C:40 a. m.
Weather clear; calm. Tern nbont 3
miles off Diamond Head; Schr Lcahl4
miles off; .Schr Catcrlna off port.
, Walmnunlo, March 15th, 7.30 A.M.
Wo arc having tine weather now, all
hand are busy laying railway tracks to
Hecla, March 15th, 7.30 a.m.
Wc had some rain hcrcycstcrday but
is fine hcro'to-flay.
Schr Lcahl, from Ilonolpu
Schr Mauuokawal, from Olowalu
Schr Catailna, from Hanalel
Stmr'LIkcllkc for IIllo
Stinr Kllauoa lion for Kahulul
Brlgt W Q Irwlu for S F
Schr Uitariitt foi- Ilanalci
Vessels Leaviug this day.
Sclir.Ncttic Merrill, for Lahalua
cnr LUKn, ior uokrih
SchrLilidllho, for Ilonuapo
SchrMalolo, for Hakalau
' ' ' Passengers.
For San Francisco, per W Q Irwin,
Marcli lt4h: Jas Welch. -E F Wrlcht
MlsSiOUvin Bynic, J L Hiltcl, Miss
Chamberlain, J Stewart, Mr Johnson.
For San Francisco, per Calbarien,
March 13th-yr W C Pollard, W Jcssctt,
and two passengers sent by the U S
"From Sydney, per Zealandia, March
12. Dr Jenkins, wife and 2 daughters,
Mr Butters, Mr Zimmerman, II Thomp
son, Chas Baker. ' '
For Windward Ports, per Ltkcllkc,
March 14th. S O Wilder, It McKcnple
nnd wife, F 5 Dunn. J G Havscldcn.
Mrs A J Cart'wrlght,1' J'D Frascr, Miss
Austin, Ii Altlb and wife, JD Roberts,
Adwin, Morris, W G Irwin and about
40 deck passengers. '
-Vessels' in Port
Am bk Henry Buck
Am, bk Revere
Am Miss, bslnc Momlner Star, renalrtn
vm Dgrno v,iimeycr,;iorisanrancisco
. . ..vr- ." ' 1 '.. "
Am sciir iua bcuuaucr, rcpauing
Am Bktno Ella
Gcr bk C R Bishop, for New York
Am bk AmyM'urncr, for New York
Am bktno J 'A' Falkinburg, for S F
Am schr Anna, for S F
Am tern Sadie F Caller, for S F
Schr Roaarlo, ftora S Vi for Kahulnt
Birtne J D HDreekola. from B-lIor Kkbnlul
Oor lik Atnlinln. from LlvcriKK)!. Jlarch7
,ur V Curl Diillionso. fm London, slnrcb 7
H 8 Cc.vlon. from Yokohama. March 27
Am tic Fulness Abbey, from Boston, Muy 0
Am bk EU May, from LIvorpool, May 2S
llr W: Llszle Btil, from LIvorpool,
GorblcRtolIn, from New York,
tior blc rarndox, from Bremen,
Am schr Leo, from Sontta Sea ulandi,
20 On ?o Premises.
- SPBECJOELS LINE.
(ThOjflno clipper schooner
"ANNA-,'' - rUtcCiJlloli, mister,
Will hdvc quick dispatch for the above
port. For'f relcht for passage apply to
Wm. G.BjvyiN Co: '
J?k FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Clipper Brig
"W. II. MEYER," IIowo. master,
Will liavo quick jllspatcli.for.lhe above
port. For freight or passage apply to
C. Bnnwr.n & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho Am. bktnol
ELLA," - - Browncll, master
Will have Immediate dispatch for the
above port. For freight or passage np
ply to Bkkwkk & Co., Agents.
The Am bktno
" JANE A. FALKLNBURG,"
C Forbes,, blaster,
iWlll havo immediato dJspatch1for tlc
abovo port. For freight or passage ap
ply to Castlk & CooKB,"Agents. '
FOR NEW YO.RK
-The Al American bark
"AMY TURNER,'; Newell, master
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For f rciglitj or passage apply to
II. Hackfeld & Co., Agents.
King, ,- Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at'
4 p.m., touching" at Lahaina, Mna
laea Bay, Mukena, .Mahukona, K-
awaiunc, XAupanoenoo ana Jtiuo.
Returning, will touph at all the
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday am ' 1
PAOIFIO MAIL Steam-
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
lThe splendid steamshlo
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
on or about April 10.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
Tho splendid steamship
" CITY OF NEW YORK,"
On or about March 10th,
For freight and j nssago apply to n.
Hackfold Sc Co., Agents.
BROWN &, CO., Importers and
Dealers in Alps, Wines and Spirits,
No. 9 Merchant st. Honolulu. 12
MS..GR'IN,BAUM & CO.,
, Importers of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants,
Honolulu' ' ' ' l
S. GUINBAUJf & CO.
T OST-4FJJ0M THEREMISES
J- of tire -Royal Hotel, attonary Bird,
with, a black spotted. top-knot. Tho
finder will bo, reasonably rewarded on
returning it to the Royal Hotel. 10
T. LENE.HAN & CO
Importers and Commission Mcr
chants, Nuuanu st, Honolulu.
TlOHN A. .HASSlNGER,
f Agent to take Acknowlcdgmeat$ to
Contracts for Labor. Interior Ofllco,
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
Attornoy and.Counsolor at Law:
Moneyvto lend on Mortfc-agea of Free
holds. Ofllco, No. g3 Mcrohaut Bt. 1
JM. DAVlT?SpN,Attorncy atLaw
SB. DOLE, LAWYER, corner
Fort pad Merchant streets. 11
CECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
nnd poimacllor at Law, Notary Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of instruments for the Island of
No. B Kaahumanu street, Hono
Tilt. CHARLES T. RODGERS,
J- OlJlee.Odd Felloe's Building, Fort
ttrcct. Residence, Hawaiian Hotel. 1
Up tilp: ' Leaiu W. Gr Irwin & Co'd.i
A."JI. Jj15, 7:0Q, 8v:00,'10:a6.
y.iL12:03, 2 :00r00(4lp; G :30, 0 .00
" A'.M. 0 :C(0 710r8 nro ll :oo:
I-.M. 12 :45, 2 :30, i : 10, 5 :40, 7 :00, 9 :20
Sunday Time Taiilh.
Cp trips; Loai o W. O.Irwin Jb Co'a.
A.M. 9:00, 10:00.
rrjl. 12:10, 200r4:00,-C:30, 8:15.
Down trip; Lcavo Ite. of J. It. Faty,
a.m. 3:30, 10:30.
V.M. 12:46, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10, 0:10.
BERET ANIA& PUNAHOU ST. ROUTE
Up trips: Leavo W O Inrin A Co,
a.m. C:10, C:G0, 7:45, 10:00.
r.M 12:03, 2:00, 4:15, 5:10, 0:45, 10:
Down trips: Leavd Punnbon ttrcct.
A.m. 0:30, 7:30, 8.20, 10:30.
p.m. 12 :43, 2 :30, 4 :30, 5 :40,7 :10,10 :20
Sunday Timk Tablb.
Leave tho Stables, cor. Fort and Hotel
sts., for Junuhou Strcfct, Long Branch
Baths, faro B0 cts., baths included:
a.m. 6:30 to
v.MF &00, 4:00
Don,trlpa: Leave Pnnabou atrcet,
A.Mf 8:00, 9:30, 10:80.
p.m. 12:40, 2:30, 5:30, 7:15, 9:05.
WILDER & Co., Dealers in
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nulls, Salt
and Building Materials of every kind,
cor. Fort and Queen sts., Honolulu. 1
C. M. Cooke.
J-' (successors to Lowers & Dickson.1
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all
iinda of..BulldIng Materials, Fort street,
.Honoluln. ' r: -- t
FIREMAN'S FUND INSUR-"--
ANCF; COMPANVuf . San Fran
cisco. 'Firo'nnd Marlne."""CdsU capital
Gold, 8500,000. Dwelling risks a'tgpc
claltv.'!Detached dwclltngs'and contents
Insured for'a period oL. 3 years, for two
premiums in aavnnco. uy. writing smau
lines on carefully selected risks, "well
distributed, offers Indemnity xccouito
hone. -Losses promptly ndjustcd.
BlSUOP & Co., Agents, for the
10 '"-'t- X Hawaiian Islands.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla-,-
Mnnnfactnres all kinds of Jlouldlngs,
Brackets. Window Frames; Blinds,
Sashes, Down, and nil kjntls of Wood
work Unloli. Turning, rScroll aud'Baiiil
Sawing. All kinds of nulng and Plan
ing, Morticing nnd Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from' the other Is
lands solicited. t 21
S. N. Crtla.
3. D. Atherton.
ShippiiiR nnd Commission Mer
chant. Impoitcrs and Dealers in Gcn-
JMO.' CO iung aireui,
H6LLISTER & Co.;lWholesalo
a"rld Retail Diugglsts, and Import
ers of Fine Tobaccos nnd-CJg.u, nnd
Manufacturers of Soda Water, Ginger
Ale, &c, &o. 13
PIONEER STEAM .j CANDY
Manufactory and Bakery. F.
Horn J 'Practical Confectioner, Pastry
Cook and Baker, No. 7lr Hotel street, be
tween Nuuanu and Fort. 1
MAX ECKAHT, Manufacturing
Jeweler, No. 0 Kaahamauu st. 31
FOR SALE, a flno Arabian Horso
'warra"ntcd"8burid aud gentle.
For particular' apply to-
J. W. ROJ1EUT80N & UO.
IORSALE-A'PTECE OF LAND
-' at Walklkl. near tho seashore, con
taining 6 7-10 acres surrounded by a
new fence, for sulu as a whole or in
LET THE PREMISES IN
Nuunnu Avenue, lntcly occupied
by F. A. Hamdcn. Inquire ol
20 A. Jaeoek.
SPERM O II Tho genuine article,
strained, etc., In perfect oider, just
rccchcd per " Mary S. Hunuu."
29 For salo hy Bolles & Co.
SPERM OIL JUST RECEIVED
A lot of Pure Bperm Oil, ox bark
Mary & Susan. For salo by
5 . A. W. Pinner. & Co.
tTOR SALE A collcotion of frpm
-1- 1C0O to 1(500 of Postago Stamps.
20 " Apply to M. D. Moksaukat.