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PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, APRIL 29. 1882.
SO I'enut per Month.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Is published every morning, anil cir
culated throughout tub town, and for
warded to tho other Islands by every
Bubscrlptlon, - 50 cents per month.
H. L. Kiiki.don Editor.
-All bublucss communications to be ad
dressed, J. W. Hoiikutbon & Co.
The Father of His Country. .
Pre 'dent Washingtonnovcr wont
to Congress on public- business ex
cept in a state coach, drawn by six
cream-colored horses. Tho coach
was on object which would excite
tho admiration of tho' throng even
now in tho streets of London. , It
was built in the shape of a hemi
sphere, and its panels werd adorned
with cupids, surrounded with
flowers worthy of Florida, and of
'fruits not to be equaled out of Cali
fornia. The coachman and posti
lions wore arryed in gorgeous live
ries of white and scarlet. . The
Philadelphia Gazette, a government
organ, regularly gave a supply of
court news for tho edification of the
citizens. From that the peoplo
were allowed to learn as mueh'ns it
was beemed proper for them to
know about tho President's move'
inents, and a fair aminounfc of space
was' devoted to Mrs. AVoshintrton
who was not referred to as Mrs.
"Washington, but as " the amiable
consort of our beloved President."
When the President made his ap
pearance at a ball or public recep
tion, a dias was erected for him.
upon which he might stand apart
from the vulgar throng, and 'tho
guests aud visitors bowed to him in
solemn silence. " Republican sim
plicity" lias only come id late times.
In our days' tho hack-drivar who
takes.a visitor $a a public reception
at the White House,1 is quite free to
get off his box, walk in side by side
with his fare, and shako hands with
the President with as much familia
rity as anybody else. Very few
persons presumed to shake hands
with General Washington. One of
his friends, Gouvemcur Morris,
rashly undertook, for a foolish
wager, to go up to him and slap
him on tho shoulder, saying, " My
dear General, I am happy to see you
look so well." The moment fixed
upon arrived, and Mr. Morris, al
ready half repenting of his wager,
went up to the President, placed his
hands upon his shoulder, and utter
ed the prescribed words. "Wash
ington," as an eye witness described
the scone, "withdrew his hand,
stepped .suddenly back, fixed his
' eyes on Morris for several minutes
vtih an angry frown, until tho latter
retreated abashed, and sought re
fuge in tho crowd." No one else
ever tried a similar experiment. It
is recorded of Washington that ho
wished tho official titlo of tho Presi
dent to be "High Mightiness," and
at one time it was proposed to en
grave his portrait upon the national
coinage. No royal levees were
more punctiliously arranged than
thoso of the first President. Quar
11th of JUNE!
Don't you Forgot it !
A lot of Extra Quality
New, Zealand Oats.
Go early and becuro what you want
7 Union Feed Co.
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
1 1 Eeceived by every
Gent's, Zadics and Children's Furnishing Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 104 FORT STREET.
UNREAD AND BE CONVINCEDa
P. O. Box 18374. office OF Capital 83,O0O,0O0'
The International Clothing Company,
Corner of Broadway ami Broom Streets.
A. M. MELLIS, Esq., New Yoiik City, Dec. Ctli, 1881.
Honolulu, Sandwich Islnnd,
Dear Sir: Your valued favor of November 18tli Is to hand, containing your
order to which we haio 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 secure your entire
patronage in the Clothing Line.
Wo arc willing to make you our Special Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, and
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on price., as wo arc thoroughly
satisfied that a proper representation of our goods will, as has always been tho
case iu the 'past, take precedence above all other makes of lteady Made Clothing,
as we arc here, driving our competitors out of the market.
v'c Inclose you a large and varied selection of samples of our Spring and
Summer Stock for 188a now being manufactured. They comprise many Novelties
and are csneclallv ndanted for the Tronlcal Climes.
We have shipped your goods as requested via Panama, San Francisco, and bj5
steamer u,me cure ox your agents, aim
lading, &c.t Hoping lor an early continuance oi your patronage.
We remain, very trulv yours,
The International Clothing Co., DONALD FITZERALD. President.
X. B. As It Is my Intension to visit
stop to see you on my way. Yours
With the' above I take pleasure
opened a iuii jino oi
r j . , .. - -
, Boots, Shoes
of all descriptions and styles, which
market will admit. Thanking the public lti general for past favors re
ceived, I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to please tliom with their wants.
54 A. M. MELLIS, 104 Fort St., (Brewer's Block.) "
Trimmings, Novelties, and Fancy Articles.
New York Life Insurance Co.
Assets, $47,000,000. Surplus, 810,000,000.
This Company issues every desirable form of policy.
The tontine policy issued by this Company yields better returns than
those offered by any other company. For particulars apply to
71 C. O. BERGER, Special Agent ilaw'n Islands.
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
This department being under the supervision of Mit. Cluvioh, wo arc
prepared to do all kinds of
Book and Job Printing,
Such. as Bill head., -letter heads, 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.
JKarComc and examine our specimens and be convinced.
Something New, 15 cents each, for bale
by J. W. BobcrUon & Co.
A now lot juht received by
. J. W. Boukiitson & Co
J. W. EOBERTSON & Co.
BOOK-BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS.
This branch of our business is under tho supervision of Mit. John L.
Rkkd, well known as the oldest and best binder nml paper-ruler iu tliis oily.
All description of Rlunk Book made to otdcr, hticli us
Ledgers, Journals, Day and Cash Books,
Plantation Time Books, Butcher Books, Pay Roll Books,
Check Boolw and till other binding work.
Having a first-class Ruling Machine
I We can rule paper to any 'desired pattern. All work done at this cbtnb
lislimunt is highly spokcii of.
you win uuu in uus miier your um oi
the colonics of Australia shortly, I shall
in informing tho public that I have
I will sell at as lower price as this
Redwood and Cedar
7 FEET LONQ, for sale In any qtmn
34 Ai.LKS &. IlOHINROX.
U. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO
take Acknowledgments to Labor
Contracts for the District of Kon'i. Of
lice In ho Now "Gazette" Building. 1
CIiiuh Sl'rcclcls. Wm. (I. Irwin.
WM. G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
' ' Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
GW. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Importers aud Comminsion tier.
chants, Robinson's Fire-Proof Building,
iuecn street, Honolulu. l
HIIACKFELD & COMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
II. A. P. Carter. P. C. .Tone. Jr.
CB R E W E R & CO.,
'Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
THEO. II. DAVIES & Co., im
porters and commission mer
chants; and agents for Lloyd's and
tho Liverpool Underwriters, Britislt
and Foreign Insurance Co., and
Northern Assuranco Co. 71
HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
Importers and Commission filer-
chant, lit nolulu, Oaliu. 1
n.B.WIIllaras, A. Cboiclirougti, W. II. Dlmond
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & Co..
Sliinnlnir and Commission Mer
chants, Union Block, corner Pine and
Market streets, sun Francisco, Cul.
Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
Pacific Steam Navigation Company,
Cunard Itoyal Mall Steamship Company
Cal. line of Packets f ram New York,
Hawaiian line of Packets,
China Traders lusuraueo Co. (limited),
Marine InMinmce Co. of London. 71
" Tflltirirftnr nml Dnnlnr In Ofnofnl
jUcalcr in t
Merchandise, Qucon t., Honolulu
Wholesale and ltetall Dealer in
(icncral Merchamllse and China goods,
In the Fire-proof store, ..corner King and
Niiuanu btrcets. 1
S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Imnnrters of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants,
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Commission Merchants, 214
California street, San Francisco,
T. L E N E II A N & C O .,
Importers and Commission Mer
chants, Nuuunu st., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Cattle. , J. 11. Atborton.
CASTLE & COOK'E,
Shipping and CoinmUsinn Mer
chants. Importers and Dealers in Gen.
end Morchumllse, No. 80 King street,
Honolulu. ' i
JEWELER, jgS,OPTIOI AN,
Dealer In Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store In tho 'Hawaiian Gazette" build-
44 lug, opposite the Bank.
Jeweler, No, (1 Iwiahamauu st. 31
D. W. CLARK,
Repairing Watches and Clocks a Speci
alty, No. M Fort Struct. 32
fi O X K E C T 1 O N E It V ,
P. .Mcliicrtiy, No. 71 Port st., above
Hotel strri'!, kitp always on h.ind un an.
sortment of tho licst French nml Califor
nia iimnuf.ictured confectionery, .which
he ollcni I'm Mile to the trade or at retail,
at reduced price; also Ihv lied brands of
choice tlg.tr.i to be hnil in Hit- maikut.
The best ire cream, r nda water uud coid
iala Cull aud try thcui. 1
.PEOPLE'S LINE OF
Jamks Doiid, ... Proprietor.
XUUAXU VALLEY KOUTE:
Up Irlpo: I.cp W. . Irwin & C't.
A.M. 15:15, -jOO, 8:00, 0:30.
r.M 12 :0o, a :00, :00, 0 :10, ti:30, 9 :00
DimntrlpK: Lcmu lie, or J. It.IVuy.
A.M. 1;:!10, 7:30, 8:110, 11:00.
l'.M. 12 :45, 2:30, 4 :40, 5 :40, 7:00, 0:20
SUNIIAY TlMK TAIH.K.
Up trips; Leave AV. 0. Ireln & Co'e.
A.M. !:00, 10:00.
P.M. 12:10, 2:00, 4:00, 6:30, 8:15.
Down trip; Li-axe ltcn. of J.1I. Ptv.
A.M. 0:30, 10:30.
lM. 12:43, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10, 0:10.
BKBKTANIA PUNAHOU ST. BOUTE
Up trlpn: l.eau W (1 Irwin A I'oV,
A l.ln l,.Pl W.I- .(1 nn
w.u. 1 .m, u.ou, I no, 1U:UU.
P.M. 12:03, 2:00, 4:00, G:10, :45. 10s
Down trlp: I.uu l'umihou etruet,
a.m. u:,u, i :sii, i.4U, 11:111.
P.M. 12:43,3:10,4:30, 0:10,7:10,10:20
Sunday Timk Tabus.
Leave the Stables, cor. Fort and Hotel
sts., for Punahou Street, Long Branch
Baths, fare CO cts., baths included:
A.m. C:30 to Wulklkl; 0:00, 10:00.
r.M. 2:00, 4i00 to Wulklkl; 0:45,
Donn trips: LeaTo Funahon Mrcct,
a.m 8:00, 0:30, 10:30.
P.M. 12:40, 3:10, C:30, 7:10, 0:00.
Out trips: Leave W. G. Irwin & Co.'s
A. m 7:45, 10:00.
P.M. 2:00, 5:10.
Downtilps: Leave WalMkl.
a. M. vS:20, 10:50.
P. 11.-2:50, 5:50. '
Sunday trips: Leave stables.
A. M. C :30.
P.M. 2:00, 4:00.
a. m. 7:40.
P. M. 2:50, 5:10. , .
The Long Branch Baths will be the ter
SB. DOLE, Lawyer and Notary Pub-
He, No. 15 Kaahumanu st. 11
" M. DAVTDSON.Attorney at Law
24 Merchant street. lc
RICHARD F. 13ICKERTON,
Attni'llnV.' miff pAlltlunllnv nf T ni
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free-
iiuiua. uiiice, no. .14 jticrnimntHL l
rjECIL BROWN, ATTOBNBY
v and Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowlcdg-
uiviita ui iiitiriuneius lor mo isiantl oi
Oahtt. No. 8 Kaahumanu xti-pot. Ilnnn.
lulu. ' 1
W R . CASTLE,
T Attorney at Law and Not
ary Public. Attenda nil the Courts
of the Kingdom. l
FRANCIS M. HATCH, Attomoy
at Law, 15 Kaahumanu st. 2J
Dlt. G. TROUSSEAU begs to notify
his friends that he has resumed
practice, In Honolulu. Residence and
eoiiMiltlng rooms, No. 73 Punchbowl st,
opposite tho makal gate of the Queen's
Hospital. CnutiUing hours from 0 a.m
to 12. Telephone No. 103. 60 lnt
DU. EMBHSON, residence and con-,
biiltatlon rooms at No, 2 Kukui St.,
comer of Fort.
Tclophono No. 140. 50 2m
R. CHARLES T. RODGERS,
OlllccOdd Fellow.'s Building, Fort
trcet. llcsldciico, Hawaiian Hotel. lt
A FULLER, Surveyor for Bureau
"UrilAY TAVLOll, Teacher of Plauo-
' ' forte and Organ. Tuning In all
Its branches. 40 Um
QHARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
AND GKNKRAL BUSINKS8 AGENT.
Olllcu, iuMnkec's Block, comer Queen
and Kaahumauii sticcts, Honolulu. 21
Somcthttn! new, for sale by
.'. 'A'. KnpU'.xao.v h Co''