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PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Go.
30 I'cnls per Month.
HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1882.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
I published every morning, and cir
culated throughout the town, and for
warded to Uie other Islands by every
Subscription, 50 cents per month.
II. L. StlK.lON, - - - . Editor.
All business communications to bu nd
dre.sj.ed, J. V. Koukutsox & Co.
A STATISTICIAN' In8 jUBt produced
a series of comparisons butwoct tuo
cotnineroc, the railroads, the ship
ping, tonnage, and carrying power
of the world, and, contrasts the work
accomplished ia 1880 with 1850. If
the commerce of tho globe repre
sented 4,280,000,000 dollars thirty
years ago, in 1880 it was 14,405,01)0,
000 dollars, or there was tho amaz
ing' increase of 240 per cent. To
carrv this augmented quantity, rail
roads have had 1)98 per. cent, more
of mileage, while tonnage of ships
lius'bcon made larger by a capacity
represented in tho thirty years by
171 per cent. In 1850, with 0,003,
000 of ships' tonnage, tho carrying
power was 8,404,000 tons; in 1880
it was 18,720,000, with a carriage
capacity of 34,200,000 tons, or with
the wonderful augmentation of 304
per cent. Representing it in another
light, tor every o,UUU,UUU dollars
worth of commodities carried in
ISoO there were 52 miles of railroad,
and a carrying capacity on the
wuter of 9U0O tons'.' In 1880 these
goods could be moved by 77 miles
of railroad, and 12,000 tons of ship-
nilur. It is tho introduction of
steamships which has so visibly in
creased the commerce, not so much
by means of their tonnage as by
their ability to multidly their cany
In compiling' the tonnago entries
ot lev.) lor all nation?, hgurcs seem
ed to show that if tho number, of
voyages made uy a sailing ship in u
year were l$, a steamer made al
most 17 in the same time. When
the proportions of steam and sail
freights are considered, tho first bus
gone up every ten years with rapid
bounds, w.hile tho last has just as
quiokly gone down. In 1860, by
steumers, 1 4 per cent, of the world's
freight was carried, and by sail 80
per cent; in the- next decade it was
211 and 71; in the next, 4!) and 57;
aiid in 1880 steam carried 01, and
sail 139. Distinguishing tho jstea'ii
tonnage of tho world into two sim-
ide categories of British and not
hitish, the first in 1880 has 2,580,
000 tons, and all other nations 1,
Comtmrinir the aliquot currying
power of Great Britain with that of
the United States, in icon, ttio
latter, had 15 parts of tho world's
freighting business, while Britain
had 41; in 1870 tho States had only
8 to Britain's 44; and in 1880 it hod
dwindled to G, while Britain's had
augmented to 49. jSco. Am Jour
At Mrs. A. . M. Mollis' Cloak and
Muntio Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
THE OLD CORNER
HahtBuos., : : Proprietors
Served up In llist-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hmid
Cigars, Tobaceo, Pipes
&c, &c. Also,
Iced. Ifcrinks !
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
All tho latest Novelties in Fanoy Goods
l Received by every
Gent's , Ladies' and Children's Furnish I ny Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
No. 104 FORT STREET.
Q3T READ AND BE CONVINCED -tea
P. 0. Box 1B374. okkick OK Capital $:1.000,000-
The International Clothing Company,
jj Comer of Broadway and Broom Streets.
A. M. MELLIS, Ksq., Nkw Yoiik Citv, Dec. (ith, 1&S1.
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands.
Dear Sir: Your valued favor ot November 18th Is to bund, containing your
order to which we have glven.our closest attention, and you may rest assured we
have spared no pains to uiukothl Initial order satisfactory, having closely fol
lowed your Instructions, sincerely hoping by fair dealing to secure your entire
patronage in the Clothing Line.
We are willing to niuko you our Special Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, and
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on prices, as we tire thoroughly
satisfied that a proper representation of our goods will, as 1ms ahvavs been tho
case hi tho past, take precedence above all other makes of Jtc.uly Made Clothing,
as we are here, driving our competitors nut of the market.
Wo inclose you a large and varied selection of samples of our Spring and
Summer Stock for 18K2 now belli": manufactured. Thov couinrlso inanv Novelties
and are especially adapted for the Tropical Climes.
We lmvo shipped your goods as requested via Panama, San Francisco, and by
steamer to tho care of your Agents, and youSvill Mud in this letter your bill o"r
lading, &c. Hoping for an early continuance of your patronage.
We remain, very truly yours,
The International Clothing Co., DONALD EITZKRALP, President.
Jf . H. As It Is my Intension to visit the colonies of Australia shortly, I shall
stop to see you on my way. Yours above.
With tho abo'io I tako pleasure in informing tho public that I have
opened a full lino of
Hoots, Slioe and SSlippei
of all descriptions and styles, which I will sell at as lower price as this
market will admit. Thanking tho public in general for past favors re
ceived, I shall endeavor, us heretofore, to plenno them with their wants.
54 ' A. M. MELLIS, 104 Fort St., (Brewer's Block.)
New York Life
Assets, 847,000,000. Surplus, 810,000,000.
This Company issues every desirable form of policy.
Tho tontine policy issued by this Company yields better returns thnn
those offered by any other company. For particulars apply to
71 C. O. BERGER, Special Agent iluw'n Islands.
J. W. ROBERTSON & Oo. ,
PRINTERS AHD PUBLISHERS.
This department being under the supeniaion of Mu,, Cluviuk, wc are
prepared to do till kinds of '
Book andJob Printing,
Such as Bill head., letter heads, wedding invitutions, posters,
Programmes, dance mid business curds,
Plantation draft. books, cheque and receipt books, .
Bills of fare, lodge notices, railroad and shipping receipts, etc. , etc.
The work done nt our otllco is unsurpassed for neatness.
BQyComo and exnniine our specimens and be convinced.
Something Now, 15 cents each, for 'sale
by J. W. llobertson & Go.
A how lot just received by
J. W. UoiimiTSON & Co
J. W. ROBERTSON & Oo.
BOOK-BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS.
This branch of our business is under Iho supervision of Mn. Jons L.
Rkks, well known us the oldest and best binder mid paper-ruler in this city.
All description of lllnnk Books made to otder, such ns
Ledgers, Journals, Day and Cash Books,
Plantation Time Hooks, Butcher Books, Pay Roll Books,
Check Books and all other binding work.
Having a first-class Ruling- Machine
Wo can rule paper to imy desired pattern. All work done at this estab
lishment is highly spoken of.
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
and Fancy Articles.
rxr' ' " ' ii umiiiiMi !! i
Redwood and Cedar
FKKT LONG, for sale In am' rnuin
34 Au.kn & Hoiiinso.v.
U. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO
tako Acknowledgments to Labor
Cnutrncts for the District of Kouti. Of
llciJ in lio Now "(huetio" IJulldliiR. I
Cliius S(rt'ckel. tt'tn. U. Irwin.
WM. G. 111WIN & COMPANY,
' Sugar Fuelors aud Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
f W. MAOFARLANE & CO..
" Importers aud Commission Mer
chants. lCobinsoa's Firc-1 root Building,
Queen street, Honolulu.
HIIACKFEL1) & COMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
II. A. 1. diner 1'. C. .Jones, Jr.
CB Ii E V K 11 & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
aHEO. II. DAV1ES & Co., im
. porters and commission mer
chants; and agents for Lloyd's and
tho Liverpool Underwriters, Britibh
and Foreign Insurance) Co., and
Northern Assurance Co. 71
ED. IIOFFSCHLAEGElt & CO.,
Importers and Commission Mer
chant lb iiolulu, OhIiu.
U.K. Williams, A. Choi.binUttli, W. II. Dlmnnd
WILLIAMS, JJIMONI& Co..
Shipping and Commission Mer
chants, Union Illoek, corner 1'lne aud
Market streets, San Francisco, Cal.
Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
I'.icltlc Steam Navigation Company,
Cuimrd Itoyal Mall .Steamship Company
Cid. line of I'uekcts from New York,
Hawaiian Hue of 1'aekets,
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Marine Insurance Co. of London. 71
JOHN T. WATERIK UJSB,
" Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen it, Honolulu. 1
Wholesale aud Retail Denier In
General Merchniidlso ami China goods,
in the Fire-proof store, corner King and
Numuiu streets. 1
MS. GR1NBAUM & CO.,
Importers of General' Mer
chandise und Commission Merchants,
TVr S. GRINBAUM & CO
j.ix Commission Merchants, "14
Califoiniii street, . San Francisco,
? T. L E N 10 II A N & C O .,
- Importers and Commission Mer
chants, Is'uuanu st., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Cnhtlc. J. II. Athcrtim.
CA S T LE & C () O K E ,
Shipping and CoinmUslon Mcr.
chants. Importers and Dealers in Gen
eral Merchandise, No. 80 King street,
Dealer in Hawaii. in Curiosities.
Store in the "Hawaiian (Ja.rt to" build
14 In:, opposite the Dank.
AX ECh'AHT, Maiiiifiiutiinuj;
Jeweler, No, 11 Kitaluiiiiiiuit st. 31
D. W. CLARK,
Ilep.ilrliig Watches iinil Clocks a
nll.v, N'o. Us Fort Street,
32 p(IX V K C Ti ON Eli V,
P. Mcliicrny, No. 71 Fort r"t above
Hotel street, keep al'tays on Iciiul nn us.
'Hiiii'iil of the best Preach ami Cidifor
urn miiiuitiictuieil confiTtlont ry, vhieh
lie oilers for nlu to the trade or at retail,
at reduced prices; also tliv best brand of
choice cli'iirs to bu hail In the market.
The hesi lie cicani, Miila watur anil cord
ials Call and Uy tkuai, 1
EOPLE'S LINE OF
Jamim Doiid, - - - Propiictor.
NUUANU VAI.I.KY KOUTK:
Up IrlpK! Lcae W. (. Iwln JS Un.
A.M. l!:lfi, 7:(KI, S:(H), 10:110.
V.M. ia:05,2:IH), 4:00, 5:10. (1:30, 0:00
Duwn Irlp: Liuc llr. r J. II. I'aiy.
A.M.-(!:il0, 7 ::), :30, 11:00.
r.M. 12:45, 2::ill, 4:40, rs40, 7:00,0120
SfXIUY TlMK T.U1I.K.
Up trips: leave W. (1. Irwin CoV.
a.m. 0:00, 10:00.
V.M. 12:10, 2:00, 4:00, (!:30, 8:15.
1)umi trliw; lunvu lies, or .f . It. Paly.
AtM. !i::i(), 10:30.
l'.M. 12:4o, 2:110, 4:30, 7:10, 0:10.
HB1UCTANIA & l'UNAIIOU ST. HOUTB
Up Irlps: I.v.ixo V (! Irnlti .t 1 1.--.
a.m. 0:00, (:C0, 7: Ifi, 10:00.
r.M. 12:0.-i, 2:00, 4:00, 5:10, (1:48, 10:
Douii trips: lunu 1'uiuiIkhi ctroet,
A.M. 11:30. 7:25, 8.40, 11:10.
V.M. 12:45, 3:10,4:30, 0:10,7:10,10:20
8UNIIAY TlMU TAUI.K.
Leave tho Stables, cor. Fort and Hotel
sts., for Pimulioii Street, Long Itiauch
Baths, fare 50 cts., haths Included:
A.M. liillO to AValklklj 0:00, 10:00,
1M. 2:00, 4:00 to Wulklki; (1:45,
and 8:45. '
Down trip: Lcnvc Punnhun Ptrcct,
a.m. 8:00, 0:30, 10:30.
1M. 12:40, 3:10, 0:110, 7:10, 0:00.
Out tvlps: Leave V. G. Irwin & Co.'s
a. M. 7:45, 10:00.
P.M. 2:00, 5:10.
Down trips: Leave Wulklki.
a. m. 8:20, 10:50.
V. M. 2:50, 5:50.
Sunday trips: Leave stables.
l'.M. 2:00, 4:00.
Leavo Wulklki :
a. m. 7:40.
l'.M. 2:50, 5:10.
The Long Hruueh Uaths will be tho ter
Sit. DOLE, Lawyer and Notary Pub-
lie, No. 15 Kauliunianu st. 11
JM. DAVIDSOX.Attomey at Law
21 Merchant stieet. . 10
T ICIIAltD F BIOKERTON,
J-' Attorney and Counsellor ut Law.
Money o lend on Mortgages of Free
holds. Olllcii, No. 31 Merchant st. 1
CECIL BKOWn ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub
lic, and Accut for tnkiiiK Ackiiowledg
nieiits of liistruinents for the Island of
Onlui. No. 8 Kaahumanu street, Hono
W R. CASTLE,
' T Attorney ut Law anu Not
ary Public. Attends all tho Courts
of the Kingdom. 1
27RAKOIS M. HATCH, Attorney
at Law, 1C Kiuiliumauu st. 'ii
TT7rILLIAM Q. SMITH, Attor-
V uey at Law, No. ac Merchant
street. TA liu
U. G. TKOUSSKAU begs to notify
his friends that he has resumed
practice In Honolulu. Itcsldcuco and
consullliig rooms, No. 7!l Punchbowl st,
opposite thu'makal gate of the Qncen'Sf
Hospital. Consulting hours fioin 0 u.m
to 12. Telophono No. ltMJ. C(i lm
DU. KMKHSON, residence and con
sulfation rooms at No. 2 ICukul St..
corner of Hurt
Telephone No, 140
CHARLES T. RODGERS.
Olllee.Oild Fellow's IJulIdhi!:. Fort
direct. Ilesliluncu, Hinaiiuii Hotel, 1
A FULLER, Surveyor for Bureau
WKAY TAVLOH. Teacher of Plnno-
' forte and '
Tuning in all
QIIARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
AND OKNI'.IIAL IH)SINIS AOKNT.
Office. In Milken's Illock. corner Queen
and Kaahumanu streets, Honolulu. 21
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