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PUBLISHED BY J. W." ROBERTSON & Co.
HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1882.
23 Peats per Month.
'jw'i. ipi-iii '
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Is published every morning, and cir
culated throughout tho town, and for
warded to thu other islands by every
Sub-set tptton, " 23 cents per month.
Tho barkeutinc Jane A. Fnlkin
hcrg nnd schooner Anna, sail for
San Francisco at noon to-tlay.
The mail by the J. A Fnlkinburg,
for San Francisco, will close at the
Post Office at 10 :30 a. in.
Tho steamer City of New York ar
rlvcd yesterday morning from San
Francisco, and sailed at 5 i m. for
Sydney. She left San Francisco at
2 r. m. on Sunday March 12 th.
The Band gave a concert of seven
selections at tho rotunda of tho
Hotel last evening, and tho night
being fine, tho verandahs were full
of listeners, and tho streets of car
riages and pedestrians. This was
Concert No. 213.
There was a landslido on the
mountain back St Waimalu, one
day last week, said to have been an
interesting sight to look at from a
distance huge rocks and masses of
earth carried everything before them
with a noise resembling thunder.
A memorial service, in honor of
tho memory of tho late President
James A. Garfield, was held by
Congress in the Capitol at Washing
ton, on tho 28th February The
Diplomatic Corps attended in full
regalia, and were headed by tho
Hawaiian Minister as Dean of the
Corps. A paper containing an ac
count of tho service may be seen at
A sad accident happened atKa-
lihi, on Snuday last. An interesting
half-caste child, a girl about 7 years
old, had been bathing in company
with grown persons in the stream.
Being misled, search was made by
diving, and the body found in n deep
eddy, but life was extinct. She
had arrived that morning from
Maui, where her father Mr.
Cruz resides, on a visit to
There was a real burglary and an
attempt at safe smashing, on Sunday
evening at Mr. Win. Johnson's
store on Fort street, near the comer
of Merchant, which is jointly oc
cupied by Mr. Clark, watchmaker.
Tho thief or thieves entered throngh
tho back window and by breaking a
bolt on the door, cot access to the
front room wherein was tho safe, the
object of the visit. This was con
siderably nicked, and on top was a
pair of tailor's shears with tho points
broken. A pocket-knife (which tho
owner can prooably have by call
ing for it, etc.,) was found on the
floor, and also scattered matcnes.
Mr. Johnson lost a suit of clothes
from his tailors department, but Mr.
Clark misses nothing. The woik
was evidently not that of an adept
or professional burglar, but looks
like an attempt of a bungler.
WANTED, Immediately, u ilrst-elass
Sugar Boiler. Apply to H.IIack-
,cld & Co. or A. Unua.
WANTED Small Cottage, furnished
or unfurnished, with paddock at
tached preferred. Address htatlng full
pait'oubu-s to X Y Z, cure of
88 J. W. RoiiKKTflON & Co.
YTTANTED A Situation by a Car
TT ponter or Engine Driver, direct
It. J. L., caro of
32 lw J. W. RonuuTBOK & Co.
"TTTANTED A Sccoud-hand Cloth or
T Y Canvass Tent. Send particular
to J. W. Hobcrtson & Co. 33
ttrpvfO ORPHANS." Any party
X having a copy of tho Two Or
phans, In printed form or manuscript,
and willing to sell or loan tho same,
will oblige by leaving word to that effect
at this omcc. :n
J.TJL .loweier, itn
U lvaahamami ht. HI
TTNioN peed comfany, a. w.
U lluflii, Manager. ' See advertise
ment on other page. 28
A preliminary meeting of the
" Hawaiian Planters' Association "
was held yesterday morning at the
room of tho Chamber of Commorce,
tho delegates being present from all
the Islands. Hon. S. N. Castlo was
called to tho chair, and Messrs. F.
A. Schaofer and T. R. Walker were
appointed Secretaries. An excellent
and pertinent address was delivered
by tho, Hon. A. S. Hartwcll, which
wo expect to see printed in full.
Tho following Committees wore ap
pointed to consider and report on
tho several subjects referred to
Zabor. Z. S. Spalding, J. C.
Glade, W. H. Bailey, C. F. Hart,
W. G. Irwin, A. Uniin, II. M.
Whitney, W. F. Grant.
Cultivation. H. M. Whitney, G.
N. Wilcox, J. M. Alexander, J. N.
Wright, 0. Burchardt, G. Holmes,
A. H. Smith, It. Wetmore, .1. H.
Sopor, A. S. Wilcox
3achinery. J. D. Spreckols, C.
F. Hart, K. R. Hind, J. M. Lidgate,
W. H. Rowoll, R. Hulstcad, II. R.
Legislation. A. S. Hartwcll, P.
C. Jones, jr., J. Austin, Jas. Woods,
J. H. Paty.
Reciprocity. S. D. Alexander,
E. P. Adams', A. J. Cartwright, S.
B. Dole, S. L. Austin, T. K. Clarke,
Chas. Notley, A. Young, J. B.,
Transportation. II. A. Wiilc
mann, T. H. Hobron, W. H. Kick-
aril, A. Dreior, W. H. Cornwell.
Manvfacture of Sugar. R. A.
Mncfie, Jr., H. P. Baldwin, Chas.
Koellinjr, A. Hanoberor, P. N. Makee.
MJxecuhvc. IS. if. Adams, W. I.
Irwin, Z. S. Spalding, A. S. nart
well, J. II. Paty.
These important committees, it is
understood, will report at tho ad
journed meeting, to be convened at
10 o'clock this morning, after which
n permanent organization of the
Association will take place.
9025 packages of sugar came to
WANTED A neat tidy young wo
man, Norwegian or Portuguese
perferrcd, as a house scivant, on tho in
land of Kauai. Good wages given and
comfortable home; small family. Ap
ply to J. E. Wiseman, Employment
Agent, 27 Mcrch'int street. '.W lm
rriO Upholsterers, Saddlers.
X Sub, a lot of cleaned Ilnlr,
cents a pound. Apply to G. Waller, at
the Slaughter llotibcs. aa lw
"VTTANTED Will the present owner
T T of a book culled "Tins Tkaciikh, "
lately sold at an evening sale, and after
wards rallied off at the Astor House, be
so cood us to leave the name and ad
dress of the publisher at the Bullei in
Ofllcc, and oblige. 24
I7IOUND, on LUlha street, a pair of
T Sleeve Studs, which the owner can
have by proving proving property nnd
paying the sum of ono dollar.
31 J. W. ROUEUTSON & CO.
T OST FROM THE PREMISES
-L of tho Roval Hotel, a Cnnarv Bird.
with a black spotted top-knot. The
Under will be reasonably rewarded on
returning It to tho Royal Hotel. 10
(fc-n FOR SALE, a black Middle pony,
cCa. beautifully trained, perfectly quiet
with children, will follow like a dog, ami
goes well and easy. For particulars ap
ply to J. W. RobcrUou & Co. 37
SELL AT A BARGAIN Ono
Diltdit Bay Saddlo Horso, G years
old, adapted for Lady or Gcntlemuu.
Warranted Found, kind and gentle. Ad
dress or apply to J. E. Wjshman, 27
Merchant street. 85-1 w.
T?OR SALE APIECE OF LAND
J- at Walklki, near tho seashore, con
taining 5 7-10 acres surrounded by a
new fenccj for sale as a whole or in
'PC LET THE PREMISES IN
J- Nuuanu Au'iiuc, lately occupied
bv F. A. llnuulcn. Inquire of
20 A. JAi:ai:it.
TilOR SALE A collection of from
-1- 1600 to H.00 of Postage SWmp.
20 Apply to 31. 1). Mo.NSAitiiAT.
Diamond lliun, March 21, 0: 10 n. m.
Weather clear; calm.
Two whalc-hlps off Diamond Bead
Selir Ktiulkaoull, from llonokaa
Schr Marion, from Kukuihacle
Stinr .Tas Makee, for Kaiml
Stmr Iwnlanl, for Kona, etc.
Stmr AioKolll, for Koolau
Schr Gen Seiirhil, for Wulalua
Stmr Lchua, for Molokal and Maul
Stinr City of New Yoik, for Sydney
Vessels Leaving tliis day.
Stmr Likellkc, for llllo
Stmr O It IJNlioi). for Kau.il
Stmr Waltnnnulo, for Wnlinaualo
stmr KUunca lion, lor Knhuiui.
uiuno .iitno A Fuikenucrg. lor a '
Schr Anna, for San Fi.uiciseo
Schr Wallele, for Mnllko
Selir Prince, for Hamimaulu
hour wninviiiu tor Kcokea
From San FrancKco. per Stmr City of
New York. Match 20. Mm I.ertercr and
child, Miss O L Starr., Mis Diekbon and
daughter, Kvd Buseho, Mrs W II Wilkin
son, J A Rogers, J 11 Knowles, E C
Murray, B F Tnttlc, F C lekors-h im,
II Dexter, C Volborg, C U Bettor, John
Davis, J Rodger., S L Coanard and
vtifc, Dr It S Spalding, C II Wonhnliig
ton, E C Sklskywa, Mr Nagasaki, Mi
Vessels in Port.
Am bk Henry Buck
Am uk Kevoro
Am tern Eva
Am Miss, bgtno Morning Star, rep tiring
Am bgtno Wll Meyer, for San Francisco
Am selir Id.i Sclmauer, rcpan nig
Am Bktuc 1011a
Oor bk C H Bishop, for New York
Am bk Amy Turner, for New York
vm Uktne J A Fulkinliuur. for S If
Am selir Anna, for S F
Am tern s.une F caller, for S F
Tern James Townsund
Tern W L Beebco, fin Ulsalady, March
Bk Atulauta, fm Liverpool, due In Meh
Stmr Ceylon, fioni Yokohama, due Mch
Bk D C Murray, fm San Francisco, Mch
Bk Lndv Lampson, fm S F, Mch
Bktnc W II Dlinoud, fium S F, Mtli
Selir Chuis Spicckcls, fm S F, Mch
B kBttcna Vista, fm Fort finable, Meh
Shin Fiona, from Newcastle Anril,
Stmr City of Sjdney, fin Sydney, Apl 10
Stmr ZeaUndi.i, from S. 1 April 10
iJKtnc Amelia, fm I'ort isiakcluy, Apl
Bk Lizzie Bell, from Liverpool, Apl
Bk Stella, from Xcw York, Apl
Bk Kdwatd May fiom Liverpool, May
Bk Funics Abbey, from Boston, May
Bk Vriscillu, fiom Newcastle, May
Schr Kosarlo, fm S. F., for Kahulul
Bk Earl DiUliouslc, fm St. Michaels, duo
Escort, fm Newcastle, forMahukoua
Bk Paradox, fiom Biemen
Kclir J.co, Horn b)UUi max islands
D. W. CLARK,
Ronalrlnir Watches and Clocks a Spec!
alty, No. CS Fort Street. 2
A new lot of
Helmet Pith Hats !
Tho best hat for tills climate. For sal"
by A. S. CiJ'.niiunx &, Co. a7 lw
E. WISEMAN, tho Real V.nUm
Broker, has a flue Dairy Kiinrli
containing -15 acres, to sell at Miiknuiio.
3IauI, or would transfer the hJini1 fu
Honolulu property. Also, soiei.il e "I
property Leases to ditposc of on aim
tlty piop'jity seveial choice lltilldutg
Lots to sell In tho HitbiirbH. Hoiihcs to
rent and Laud to lease all over Jloimlulu
nnd suburbs. Addicts No. 27 Meiehaul
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Thcllne clipper schooner
"ANNA," - McCulloch, master,
Will have quick dlspatcbfor tho above
jioi t. For freight or passage apply to
W.m. G. Ikwin&Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Al fast sailing Tern
"SADIE P. CALLER,"
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
pott. For fi eight or passage apply to
Tm:o. II. Daviks &. Co., Agents.
l-X FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
'VT9ftV- xllv Vlll. UKU1U
rCT- rm... t i.i.i..-
" ELLA," - - Brownell, master
Will hau Inuncdlnto dispatch for the
aboc ioi t. For fi eight or passngo ap
ply to Bitr.wim & Co., Agents.
FOll SAN FRANCISCO
The Am bktno
" JANE A. FALinNBURG,"
Will have Immediate dispatch for the
above poi t. For freight or passage ap
ply to Casii.u & Cooke, Agents.
F OR NEW YORK
Tho Al American bark
"AMY TURNER," Nowell, master
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For fi eight or passngo apply to
11. IIacki'uld & Co., Agents.
ii& King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tucsdav at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Mna
laea Bay, Makena, Mahultona, K
uwailiae, Laupahoehoo and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all tho
ulovo poits, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
zftJ$,Lvi.i xv ain-iu otcam-
1 k rtTTri H A TT r
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho splendid steamshin
" CITY OF SYDNEY,"
Will leavo Honolulu for Sun Francisco
on or about April 10.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The sploudld steamship
" Z E A L A N D I A,"
On or about April loth.
For freight mid nssago apply to II.
Hackfold t- Co., AgenU7
M. DAVIDSON.Attorney atLnw
' 24 Merchant street. 1C
SB. DOLE, LAWYER, corner
Fort and Merchant streets. 11
TICHARD F. BICKERTON,
--' Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Freo
holds. Ofllce, No. 23 Mcrohtint st. 1
CECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at aw,Notury Pub
lic, aud Agent for taklnjr AcknowledK-
incuts of Iustruineuts for the Island of
Oahu. No. 8 Iuuihumanu street, Hono
"W R . CASTLE,
' Attorney at Law anil Not
ary Public Attends nil the t'onrts
-- at I aw, 10 Kaahumaiin st.
ry:. i inuLKs t. rodgers,
-1-7 utile -.O.ld lVllow'ri llulldlni'. Fort
street, lli'-lili'iico, Hawaiian Iloti'l
KAY TAYLOR, Tcaiher of Piano-
lo.-to and Oruan.
Tuning in all
1 s branches.
Redwood and Cedar
7 FEET LONG, for salo In any quan
ill Allkn L Rouikso.v.
COIN "WALLETS !
Something new, for sale by
J. W. Robertson &. Co,
JamksDodd, ... Proprietor.
NUUANU VALLEY ROUTE:
Uplripi: Letno XV. G. IrwIn&Co's.
A.M. 0:15, 7:00, 8:00, 10:30.
P.M. 12 :05, 2:00, 4 :00, 5 :10, C :80. 0 :00
Down tripsr'Lonvo Uc. of J. n.Palr.
-A.xr. G:!lOr 7::U), 8:30, 11:00.
l'.M. 12:45, 2 ::10, 4:40, 5:40, 7:00, 0:20
SOnuay Time Tahlk.
Dp trips: Leave W. G. Irwin & Co'a.
A.M. !):00, 10:00.
r.31. 12:10, 2:00, 4:00, 0:30, 8:15.
Down trlni; I-omo ifcu. of J.II.'Paty,
A.M. 'J::t0, 10:a0.
r.M. 12:4G, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10, 9:10.
IJE11ETANI A & rUNAIIOlT ST. ROUTE
Up trips: I.uavo W O Irwin & Co'i,
a.m. 0:10, C:C0, 7:45, 10:00.
J'.M. 12:03, 2:00, 1:15, 5:10, 0:45, 10:
Dou-n trip: Lerno Punalion street.
a.m. ii:ao, 7:au, a.ao, iu:.tu.
r.M. 12 :45, 2 :30, 4 :30, 5 :40,7 :10,10 :20
Sunday Tira Tabu;.
Leave the Stables, cor. Fort and Hotel
fits., for Punahou Street, Loug Branch
Baths, faro CO els., baths included:
A.M. 0:30 to Walklklj 0:15, 10:15,
p.m. 2:00, 4:00 to Walklklj 7:00,
Doun.trlps: Lcavo Puliation street,
A.M. 8:00, 0:30, 10:30.
p.m. 12:40, 2:30, 6:80, 7:15, 0:03.
Clau Sprcckole. Wra. Q. Irwin.
WM. G.IRWIN & COMPANY,
" Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Importers nnd Commission Mer.
chants. RobhiBon's Flrc-Proof Building,
Queen street, 'Honolulu. l
XT HACliFELD & COMPANY,
--""- uenerni uomm
Queen street, Honolulu
General Commission Accuts.
II. A. V. Carter. P. C. Jones, Jr.
n BREWER &C6.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen strcot, Honolulu. 1
TjiD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
-LJ Importers and Commission Mer
chants, lit nolulu, Oahu. 1
Tmtiiirtnr nnd "Dnnlnr In nnnnrnl
JJcaler in Gi
Merchandise, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
Wholesale and Retail Dualor hi
General Merchandise and China goods,
In the Fire-proof store, comer King and
Nuunnu streets. l
S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IuiDorters of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants,
S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Commission Merobauts. 214
Califoiul.. street, San Frauclsco,
"O T. L E N E H A N &. C O .,
-- Importcm nnd Commission Mer
chants, Nuuanu St., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Castle.
J. O. Atberton, '
Shinnlna and Commission Mer.
chants. Importers and Dealers in, Gen.
end ilcrehuiidise, No. 80 King street,
BROWN & CO., Importers and.
Dealers In Ales, Wines and Spirits,
No. (t Merchant St., Honolulu. 12
BROWN & PHILLIPS, Practical
PJ umbos, GaBFltters and Copper
smiths, No. 13 Nuuanu st., Honolulu.
House and Ship Job Woric promptly
executed. " 17
T E. WISEMAN, 27 Merchant st.,
" Ileal I'Mate Broker, Employment
Agent ami general uuicc Business.
QIIARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
AND GENERAL .BUSINESS AGENT.
Olllee, In Makee's Block, corner Queen
and Kualmmauu streets, Honolulu. 21
T U. KAWATNUI, AGENT TO
" take Acknowledgment to Labor
ContructH for the District of Kona. Of
llce hi tho New "Gazette" Building. I
TOIIN 'A. HASSINGER,
w Aceut to tuko AckiiowlcdL'tnents to
fContractH for Labor. Interior Olllce.
Honolulu. ' - 1