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PUBLISHED BY J. Y. ROBERTSON & Co.
HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1882.
80 ('ran prr Until.
THE DAILY BULLETIN '
Is published every morning, ami cir
culated throughout tho town, nnd for
warded to the other Inlands by cverv
Subscription, - 0 cents per month.
II. I.. Siikuox, .... Editor.
All business communications to be ad
dressed, J. W. HonKtrrsox & Co.
Latest Foreign Hews,
Chicago, April 13 Tho Chicago
Presbytery has passed resolutions
thanking President Artliur for veto
ing the Chinese Bill, because it
would have prevented the conversion
of the Chinese to Christianity, and
because it was contrary to the spirit
of the National institutions.
Now York, April 13 Tho Union
Lcaguo Club to-night passed resolu
tions approving tho veto of tho
Chines Bill, nnd commending Presi
dent Arthur for his firmness in inter
posing his objections to the bill nnd
his statesmanship in placing this, im
portant matter before tho country in
such a light that the people might
be able to study tho subject in all
its delicate and complicated bear
ings. New York, April 18 Sir ThomaB
Heskcth, Baronet, son-in-law of
Senator Sharon, arrived in New York
from Europe Tuesday, and started
for San Francisco last evening in a
special Pullman hotel .coach, on the
Boston, April 13 A private letter
dated at Irkutsk, Feb. 12th, was re
ceived at Salem to-day for tho fam
ily and friends of Raymond New
oombe, taxidermist on the Jennnette.
Tho survivors are now on their way
from Irkutsk to St Petersburg, and
are near Augstcrg on the Siberian
frontier. Newcombe writes, that
barring unavoidable delays, tho nnrtv
will arrive in St. Petersburg about
the 1st of May. Lieut. Dnnnenhau
er is improving rapidly, and every
member of tho party bus gained in
health. The tone of the letter is
very hopeful and cheering.
New York, April 13 A petition
signed by tho representatives of all
the Banks in the Clearing House
Association, all of the members of
tho sugar, ten, and coffee trade, 90
per cent, of the dry goods trnde.iind
77 per cent, of the insurance people,
against the restriction of Chinese
immigration, claiming it to bo an
affront to a frieniUy country, were
forwarded to President Arthur from
Tin, Copper- and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gus Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock nnd metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
At 3Irs. A. M. Mcllis' Clonk and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
THE OLD CORNER
ILvut Bitos., : : Proprietors.
Served up In first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10. p. m.
, Always on hand
Cigars, Tobaceo, Pipes
&c, &o. Also,
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goodi
Gent's, Ladies' and Children's FurntsJtiny Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 104 PORT STREET.
BSTREAD AND BE CONVINCED-!
P. O. Box 18374. okhck ok Capital 83,000,000-
The International Clothing Company,
Corner of Broadway and llroom Streets.
A. M. MKLLIS, Esq., Nuw Youk City, Dec. Cth, 1881.
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands,
Dear 8Irt Your valued favor of Novombcr 18th Is to lntnd, containing your
order to which we have given our closest attention, and you may ret assured wc
have spared uo palus to uiuke this 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 make you our Special Agent for the Hawaiian Island, and
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on prices, as we are thoroughly
satisfied that a proper representatlon'of our good will, us has always been the
case In the past, take precedence above all other makes of Ready Made Clothing,
us we are here, driving our competitors out of the market.
Wo Inclose you a largo and varied selection of samples of our Spring and
Summer Stock for 1882 now being manufactured. Thoy comprise many Novelties
uiul aru especially adapted for tho Tropical Clinics.
Wo have shipped your goods as requested via Panama, San Francisco, and by
steamer to the enre of your Agents, and you will ilnd In this letter your bill of
lading, &c. Hoping for an curly continuance of your patronage.
Wo remain, very truly yours,
The International Clothing Co., DONALD FITZERALD, President.
N. H. As It Is my Intension to visit tho colonies of Australia shortly, I shall
stop to sco you on my way. Yours above.
With tho above I take pleasuro in informing tho public that I have
opened A full lino of
Boots, Slioes and Slipper
of all descriptions and styles, which I will sell at us lower prico as tills
market will ndinit. Thanking tho public in general for past favors re
ceived, I shall endeavor, us heretofore, to please them witli their wants.
M A. M. MELLIS, 104 Fort St, (Browor's Block.)
New York Life Insurance Co.
Assets, 847,000,000. Surplus, $10,000,000.
Tills Company issues every desirable f onn of policy.
The tontine policy issued by tills
those offered hy uuy other company, ror particulars apply to
71 C. O. BURGER, Special Agent iluw'n Islands.
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
This department being under the supervision of Mu. Clbviou, wc arc
prepared to do all kinds of
Book and Job Printing,
Such as Bill head., letter heads, wedding invitations, posters,
Programmes, dance mid business. cards,.
Plantation draft books, cheque and receipt books,
Bills of faro, lodge notices, railroad and shipping receipts, etc. , etc.
Tho work done at our office is unsurpassed for neatness.
JKaTG'omu and examine our specimens and he convinced.
Something New, 16 cents each, for sale
by J. W. Robertson & Co.
Legal Cap. .
A new lot just received by
J. W. llOIIKUTSON & Co
J. W. ROBEBTSON & Co.
BOOKBINDERS AND PAPER RULERS.
This branch of our business is under the supervision of Mu. .Tonx L.
Rkks, well known as the oldest and best binder and papcr-rulcr in this city.
All description of Blank Books made to otder, such as
Ledgers, Journals, Day and Cash Books,
Pluututiuu Time Books, Butcher Books, Pay Roll Books,
Cheek Books and nil other binding work.
Having a first-class Ruling- Machine
We can rule paper to any desired pattern. All work done at this estab
lishment is highly spoken of.
Received by every steamer.
and Fant-i Articles.
Company yields hotter returns than
Redwood and Cedar
r-f FEKT LONU, for sale In any quan
l lines, oy
AM.KN & HOIIINSON.
T II. KAWAINIH, AGENT TO
u take Acknowledgments to Labor
Contracts for the District of Komi. Of
fice in he New "(iiiyette" llulldln;;. J
Clan SprtcLcln. Win, (1, Irwin.
WM.G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
GW. MAOKARLAXE & CO.,
Importers nnd Commission Mer
chants. Itobinrcm's Fire-Proof nuildlng,
Queen street, Honolulu, I
HACKFELD & COMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
AS. CLT5M10RN & Co., Importers
and Commission Merchants, Deal
ers In General MerehawlWe, Queen and
Kaahuiuauu sts., Houolulu. 78
II. A. P. Carter P. C. Jonm, Jr.
CB R E W E R & UO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu, 1
npHEO. II. DAVIES & Co., im.
X porters and commission mer
chants; and agents for Lloyd's and
tho Liverpool Underwriters, British
and Forcimi Insurance Co., and
Northern Assurance Co. 71
T?D. HOFFSCHLAKGER & CO.,
- ImiKirters and Commission Mer
chant?, H uululu, Oaliu. 1
l.,H.VIIlms, A. I'ho.KlirouKh, . U.UIraoud
WILLIAMS, DIMONI) & Co..
Shipping and Commission Mer
chants, Union Block, corner l'lnc and
Market streets. San Francisco, Cut.
Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
1'uellle Steam, Navigation Company,
Cunurd ltoyal Mall Steamship Company
Cal. lino of Packets from New York,
Hawaiian lino of Packets,
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Murine Insurance Co. of London. 71
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General
Merchandise, Queen t., Honolulu. 1
Wholesale and Retail Dealer hi
General Merchandise and China goods,
In the fire-proof store, corner King ami
Nuuanu streets. 1
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers of General Mer
chandise iii.il Comnilsston'Merchuuts,
MS. GRINBAUM & CO. ,
Commission Merchants, 214
CullfoinU street. Ban Fruiicisco,
1 T. L E N E II A N & C O .,
Importers and Commission Mer.
chants, Nuuanu st., Honolulu. 1
H. N. Caxtlv. J. n. Athcrton.
CA 8TLB & C O O K E ,
Shipping and Commission Mer
chant. Importers and Dealers In Gen
eral Merchandise, No. 80 King street,
ltoUrt Lewert. I! M. Cirnkv.
T EWERS & COOKE,
-" (sueroMiors to Lewcrs &. Dlcksnn.)
IniDorters and Dealers in Lumber nnd all
kind of Iluildlng Materials. Fort street.
llonoiuin. - 1
J E W E L E R ,&0 PT I C I A N,
Dealer In Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store In the "Hawaiian Gazette" bulld
44 Ing, opposite the Bank.
AX EC K ART, Manufacturing
leweier, -o. u KaiUiamauu st. ill
D. W. CLARK,
Itpjiulrlng Watches "'' Clocks u Sped
nlty, No. Ob Kort fctrcct. as
PEOPLE'S LINE OF
Jamks I)oi)t, ... Proprietor.
NUUAXU VALLEY ROUTE:
Up trlpn: Leave TV. O. lr In A; CuV.
A.M. ii:16, 7:00, 8:00, 10:!I0.
P.M. 12:05,2:IK),4:00,S:0.lS:!10,9:00 .
lliron trli: I.ciic It- (t.nf.1. n. Paly.
a.m. (i::m, 7::m, h-.-m, ii:oo.
P.M. 12:45, 2:110, 4 :40, 5:40, 7:00. 11:20 ""
Sl'NIlAY Timk Taiilk.
Up trlpn; I.eMe W. O. lruin 4 Cu.
A.M. !t:00, 10:00.
P.M. 12:10, 2:00, 4:00, C.:30, 8:15.
Down trlm; Luatu Iter, nl J, II, I'nly,
A.M. !li;lU, I0:M).
P.M. 12:45, 2:::0, 4:30, 7:10, 0:10.
nERETAMA & PUNAHUU ST. ROUTE
I'p irlpc: Lvato V (I Irwin A CnV.
A.M. 1!:00, li:50, 7:4r., 10:00.
P.M. 12:0.1, 2:00, 4:(K), 5:10, :45, 10:
Doun trip: Lvao Punufaim lioct,
A.M. Ii::i0. 7:25, 8.40, 11:10.
P.M. 12:45, 3:10, 4 :30, 0:10,7:10,10:20
Sunday .Ti.mi: Tahi.k.
Leave the Stable,1-, cor. Fort nnd Hotel
sts., for Punahou Street, Long Branch
Bath', fare 50 ctA., baths included:
A.. S:30 to Walklki; 0:00, 10:00,
and 1: :1 i.
P.M.-J-.OO, 4:00 to Walklki; 6:45,
Down trlp: Leave Pnnahun rtrcct,
A.M. 8:00, 0:30, 10:30.
r.M. 12:40, 8:10, 6:30, 7:10, 0:00.
Out trips: Leave W. O. Inln & Co.'s
A. M. 7:45, 10:00.
p. M. 2:00, 5:10.
Down trips; Leave Walklki.
a. M. 8 1 20, 10:50.
P. M. 2:50, 5:50.
Sunday trips: Leave stables.
a. M. (!:30.
P.M. 2:00. 4:00.
a. M. 7:40.
P.m. 2:50, 5:10.
The Long Branch liaths will be tho ter- '
II. DOLE, Lawyer and Notary Puli-
lie, No, 15 Kiuihiunanu st. 11
M. DAVIDSON, Attorney ntLaw
24 Merchant street. (1G
TMOHAHD F. BICKERTON,
' Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free
holds. Olllee, No. 84 Mcrchnnt st, 1
CECIL BROWN ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of
Uuliu. No. 8 Kuuhumiiuu street, Hono
W if"! CASTLE,
"' Attorney ut Law am. Not
ary Public. Attends nil the Courts
of the Kingdom. 1
FRANCIS M. HATCH, Attorney
at Law, 15 Kauhumuuu st. 23
WILLIAM O. SMITH, Attor
ney at Law, No. S6 Merchant
street. 73 lm
D It. O. TROUSSEAU begs to notify
UN friends that he has .resumed
practice In Honolulu. Residence and
consulting rooms, No. 73 Punchbowl st,
opposite the makul gate of the Queen's
Hospital. Consulting hours from 0 a.m
to 12. Telephone No. 103. 50 lm
DR. KMKRRON, resldenco und con
sultatlon rooms ut No. 2 Kukul St.,
comer of Kort.
Telephone No. 140. 69 2m
DU. CHARLES T. DODGERS,
Onice.Odd Fellow's Iluildlng, Fort
street. Resilience, Hawaiian Hotel. 1
A FULLER, Sun'evor for Bureau
ex.. Verilns. 71
WRAY TAYLOR. Teacher of Piano-
" folic nnd Organ. Tuninir In all
QHARLES T. OULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
AND OKNKRAL 1IIISIN1:SS AC.F.XT.
Ofllce, In Makee's Hloek, eonier Queen
and Kauhiiuiauii streets, Honolulu. 21