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PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1882.
SO Cmts per Month.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
- Is published every morning, and cir
culated throughout the town, and for-
warded to the other Islands by every
Subscription,' - 50 cents per month.
II. L. Sheldon-, - - - . Editor.
All business communications to be ad
dressed, J. W. Uodkbtson & Co.
It is gratifying to find that even
during the long years of her isola
tion Japan showed herself superior
to other Oriental countries in the
opportunities she allowed to her
women ; and there can be no doubt
that she has had her reward in the
preservation of that spirit of refine
ment which .has attracted the outer
world. Japanese women of any but
the very lowest classes have a sim
plicity, grace, and inborn .tasteful
ncss which are most attractive. In
deed, such qualities as these are so
predominant that we desiderate more
evidence of force of character.
Their simplicity often seems child
ishness, and their modesty timidity,
and that in spite of the self-possession
which a thorough training in
etiquette has imparted. We wish we
could eeo '"more show of spirit, less
slavish conventionality. At least
thlsis so with the better classes;
among the commonalty, as we shall
find, there is often what we should
consider' undue freedom. Perhaps
we ask ourselves whether these ele
gant ladies are not deficient in nous;
their refinement is most pleasing,
but unrelieved by evidence of intel
lectual vigour, it is apt to become
The past history of the country is
the .'best answer to our doubts.
Even under the restrictions and en-
forced Jiumilitv.off feudalism, ..the
spirit of Japanese women has made
itself permanently felt. Dor, not
withstanding the comparative free
dom "in the old days, they were
unduly kept down. ven yet there
are. ladies in Tokiyo who have never
sot' eyes on a foreigner, although
scores of the .intruders may have
passed their very gates. But the
barrier here was only prejudice and
a false notion of propriety which
Keptfthem 'from mingling with the
c'roWd 'of their own countrymen;
there was no law to interfere with
their freedom of movement. Any
despotic ' laws which feudalism im
posed on them are now fast dis
appearing. As wives and house
holders the last few years have
brought them more liberty; and
wider spheres of usefulness have
been opened by the increased facili
ties for education. In nursing the
sick, teaching the young, cultivat
ing those artistic accomplishments
in which she has so well shown her
ability to excel, and in a thousand
other ways which increasing light
shall reveal to her, we may antici
pate a bright and useful future for
the Japanese women, Aud all hon
our to the enlightened Empress
Hnruku, who is proving herself so
worthy to be a' leader in the advan
cement of her sex. Land of the
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Cloak and
- Mantle Making Department,
No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
1.1th of JUNE !
Don't you Forget it !
A lot of Extra Quality
New Zealand Oats.
Go early and secure what you want
78 Union Feed Co. 2w
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
71 Eecoivod by every steamer.
Genffs, Ladies" and Children's Furnishing Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 104 FORT
i.lv ivt A,' Vivl
J3TREAD AND BE
lox 18374. oFFicn
P. O. Box 18374.
The International Clothing Company,
Coriier of Broadway and Broom Streets.
A. M. MELLIS, Esq., New Youk City, Dec. 6th, 1881.
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands,
Dear Sir: Yonr valued favor ol November 18th Is to hand, containing your
order to which we have given our closest attention, and you may rest assured we
have spared no pains to make this Initial order satisfactory, having closely fol
lowed your Instructions, sincerely hoping by fair dealing to seeure your entire
patronage In the Clothing Line.
We are wilting to make you our Special Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, and
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on prices, as wo arc thoroughly
satisfied that a proper representation of our goods will, as has always been the
case in the past, take precedence above all other makes of Ready Made Clothing,
as we ore here, driving our competitors out of the market.
We Incloso you a largo and varied selection o samples of our Spring and
Summer Stock for 1882 now being manufactured. T icy comprise many Novelties
and are especially adapted for the Tropical Climes.
We have shipped your goods as requested via Panama, San Francisco, and by
steamer to the care' of your Agents, and you will find In this letter your bill of
lading, &c. Hoping for an early continuance of your patronage.
We remain, very truly yours,
The International Clothing Co., DONALD FITZEKALD, President.
N. B. As it Is my Intension to visit the colonies "of Australia shortly, I shall
stop to see you on my way. Yours above. (
With the above I tako pleasure in informing tho publio that I have
opened a full line of
Soots, lioes and lippex
of all descriptions and styles, which .1 will sell at as lower price as this
market will admit. Thanking the publio in genoral for past favors re
ceived, I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to please them with thoir wants.
54 A. M. MELLIS, 104' Fort St., (Brewer's Blook.)
New York Life Insurance GoB
Assets', 847,000,000. Surplus, 810,000,000.
This Company issues every desirable form of policy.
The tontine policy issued by this
tnose ouereu uy any otner company, for particulars appiy to
71 C. O. BERGER, Special Agent Ilaw'n Islands.
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
This department being under the supervision of Mb. .Cleviok, we arc
prepared to do all kinds of
Book and Job Printing,
Such as Bill head., letter hcadB, wedding invitations, posters,
Programmes, dance and business cards,
Plantation draft books, cheque and receipt books,
Bills of fare, lodge notices, railroad and shipping receipts, etc. , etc.
The work done at our office is unsurpassed for neatness.
JSrCouio and examine our specimens and he convinced.
Something Now, 15 cents each, for bale
by J. W. Robertson fc Co.
A' new lot just received by
J. W. Houeiimon & Co
J. "W. ROBERTSON & Co.
BOOK-BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS.
This branch of our business is under the supervision of Mtt. John L.
Rues, well known as the oldest and best binder and puper-ruler in this city.
All description of Blank Books made to otdcr, such as
Ledgers, Journals, Day and Cash Books,
Plantation Time Books, Butcher Books, Pay Roll Books,
Check Books and all other binding work.
Having a first-class Ruling Machine
We can rule paper to any desired pattern. All work doue at thi3 estab
lishment is highly spoken of.
of Capital 83,
and Fancy Articles.
Company yields better returns than
Redwood and Cedar
ry FEET LONG, for xale In any quan
ALLK.V Si ROIU.VHON.
JU. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO
take Acknowledgments to Labor
Contracts for the District of Kont. Of
fice In he New "Gazette" Building. 1
CUus SpreckvlH. Wm. (1. 1 twin.
WM.G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
' Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
GW. MAOFARLANE & CO.,'
Importers and Commission Mer
chant. Roblntom's Fire-Proof Building.
Queen struct, Honolulu. 1
HHACKFELD & COMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
H. A. P. Cartor. P, C. 4onc, Jr.
CB R E W E R & CO.,,
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co., im
porters and commission mer
chants; and agents for Lloyd's and
tho Liverpool Underwriters, British
and Foreign Insurance Co., and
Northern Assurance Co. 71
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
Importers and Commission Mor-chantt-,
lit uolulu, Oahu. 1
B.n.WllIlamt, A. ChOMbrougb, W. tLOImond
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & Co..
Shipping and Cominlwlon Mer
chants, Union Block, corner Pino and
Market streets, San Francisco, Col.
Pacific Mull Steamship Company,
Pacific Steam Navigation Company.
Cunard Royal Mull Steamship Company
Cal. line of Packets from New York,
Hawaiian line of Packets,
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Marine Insurauco Co. of London. 71
T,Q.HN T. WATERHOUSE,
C -Importer and .Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen ft., Honolulu. 1
Wholcsalo mid Retail Dealer In
General Merchandise aud China goods,
in tho Fire-proof store, corner King and
Nuuanu strocts. I
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants,
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Commission MirnIinur.H. "14
California street, San Francisco,
Cal. . 1
T? T. L E N E H A N & C O ..
- Imnnrtcrx ami Commission Mcr.
chants, JNuunnu St., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Castle. J. B. Athertun.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Mcr.
chants. Importers and Dealers in Gen.
cml Merchandise, No. 80 King street,
Dealer In Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store In the "Hawaiian Gazette" bulld
44 Ing, opposite tho llnnk.
AX ECKA11T, Manufacturing
Jeweler, No. 0 Kauhumauu st. at
D. W. CLAEK,
Repairing "Walcheg and Clocks a Sped
ally, N'o. MKortSlrpct. X!
n O N F E C T I O N E B Y ,
V I. Mclnerny, No. 71 Fort st., above
Hotel street, keep always on hnnd an a,
borttnint ol' tho best French nud Cullfnr.
nia iimmif.icturi'd confectionery, which
he oiler for ulu to thu trade or at retail.
at reduced ipricuk ; also thu bct brand of
choice, cigars to be nail in the innrKcl.
Tho best leu cream, soda vuter and cord
lula Call and try them. 1
PEOPLE'S LINE OF
k JAMus,DoDn, . - . Proprietor.
NUUANU VALLEY ROUTE:
Up trips: Leave W. (I. Irwin & Co.
A.M. 0:1C, 7:00, 8:00, 10:30.
Down trips: Leiive Kin. of J. H. Iiv
A.M.-0:30, 7:30, 8:30, 11 :00.
r.M.-12:45, 2:30, 4:40, 5:40, 7:00,9:20
Sunday Timk Tahi.k.
Up trips; Leave W. O. Irwin & Co's.
A.M. :00, 10:00.
r.M.-12:10, 2:00, 4:00, 0:30, 8:15.
Down trip; Leave Res. of J. II. Patv
A.M. 1:30, 10:30. 7
P.M. 12:45, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10, 9:10.
BERETANIA & PUXAHOU ST. ROUTE
Up trips: Lemo W G Irwin & Co.
A.M. 6:00, 0:60, 7:45, 10:00.
1M.-12:03, 2:00, 4:00, 5:10, 0:45, 10:
Down trips: Leavo Punahoa struet,
A.M. G:30, 7:25, 8.40, 11:10.
Sunday Timk Table.
Leave the Stables, cor. Fort and Hotol
hts., for Punuhou Street, Long Branch
Buths, furc CO cts., baths Included:
A.M.-C:30 to Walktki; 0:00, 10:00,
and 12:15. '
I-.M. 2:00, 4:00 to Walkikl; 0:45,.
and 8:45. '
Down trips: Leave Pimahon street,
A.M 8:00, 0:30, 10:80.
P.M. 12:40, 3:10, 5:80, 7:10, 9:00.
Ont trips: LeavoW.G. Irwin & Co.?
A. M. 7:45, 10:00.
P.M. 2:00, 5:10.
Down trips: Leave Walktki.
A. M. 8:20, 10:50.
PS.M. 2:50, 5:50.
Sunday trips: Leave stables..
P.M. 2:00, 4:00.
A. M. 7:40.
P.M. 2:50. 5:10.
The Long Branch Baths will bctlnvtor-
SB. DOLE, Lawyer and Notary Pub-
lie, No. 15 Koahumauu Ht. u
T M. DAVIDSON,AttorneyutLnw
v ' 24 Merchant street. ir.
TIOHARD F. BICKERTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Mouey to lend on Mortgages of Free
holds. OfHue, No. 84 Meichnnt st. 1
rjECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub
lic, mid Agent for taking Acknowledg
ment) of Instruments for tho Island 'of
Onhu. No. 8 Kuabuinauu street, Hono
R . CASTLE,
Attnrnnv nf. Tnm nn.! Hut.
ary Public. Attends all tho Courts
of tho Kingdom. l
FRANCIS M. HATCH, Attorney
lit T.IIW. 1ft Tfnitlimnntiit of rl
.....,, w ...,. .Maia rjn AW
,11. a. TROUSSEAU begs to notify
his friends thnt. tin lum' matim.f
nractlcu in Honolulu. lfoul1nn. nn.
consulting rooms; No. 73 Punchbowl st,
umioniu: mil juuHIII RaiO Ol (110 (jllCOn 8
Hospital. Consulting hours from 0 a.ra
to is. Telephone No. 103. CU lm
DR. EMERSON, rcsldenco and con
Ntiltation rooms at No. a Kukul st.,
comer of Fort.
.Telephone No. 149. 09 2m
DR. CHARLES T. RODGERS,
Ofllee.Odil IVllnv'a TlnlMtr... u.i
street. Residence, Hawaiian Hotel'. ' ;
A FULLER, Surveyor for Bureau
W HAY TAYLOR, Teacher of Piano-
' ' forte and Organ. Tuning in all
ItA brunches. 40 Om
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner, Pastry
Cook aud llake'r.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 74. 59
HOLLlSTEIi & Co., Wholcsalo
and Retail DrnggUts, and Import
ers of Fine Tobneeos and Clears, and
Manufacturer' of doda Water, Ginger
Ale, Ac, S.c. 13