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PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
UOXOLULU, II. L, THURSDAY, M.VY 4. 1882.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
Is published oxeiy morning, anil cir
culated throughout the town, mid for
warded to the other Island by every
Subset Iptlon, - SO ceiitR per month.
II. L. Siiki.don", .... -Editor.
All buehiesB communications to be ad
dressed, J. W. lUlllKUTHOX & Co.
An exchange bays that un Indian
apolis judge lias decided that ".:
lruggist may soil eignis ou Sunday,
hut not a eigur dealer." And it 1
a wise decision, too. A druggis
bliould not uu prciuittcd to sell :.
cigar dealer on Sunday, or any othd
day. ltoxton Post,
There is a whistling buoy nnclioro
oil .Ulo'ck IHIubd. Uh, that nil tin)
whistling boys could Uu anchoicd
in deep water, far away Jioston
Norristown hasn't a female archi
tect, hut bite has nioro than one de
signing woman. IForristoicn Her
ald. Men of intellect stand !y their
ideas; dissipated men fall by their
rye dears; and men with extrava
gant wives arc ruined by their high
dears. Whitehall 2'imex. ,
Some one, w rote to Horace Gree
ley inquiring if guano was good to
put on potatoes. He said it might
do for those whoso tastes had he
come vitiated with tobacco and ruin,
but ho preferred gravy and butter.
A Quaker's advice to his son on
hih wedding day: ''When thee
went tt-cotnting, 1 told theo to keep
thy ryes widtxppen; now that thee
is married, I tell thee to keep them
' "Why men drink is what stag
gers us," bays a woman's jqunial.
What men drink is what staggers
Inicplyto the question will the
coining man bo bald? tho Norris
towii lleralil alhVns that " hu gone
rally is when ho lirst comes."
- The horse-fly can only see a dis-
tuiico ot thirty-seven leut, but that
never bothers him any. He always
jnanages to keep wjtkiirthirtj'-scvcn
foot of everything.
Two of the juvenile Missouri train
robbers eonfess to hac been mem
bers of amateur dianmtic society.
Thus we see how one faUe step leads
to another. ' . ' a
A'prety girl in Sweden 'turned' up
her nose at her poor but deserving
lover, and it froze in that position.
Now she doesn't know whether to
go into a convent or hire out to
stand in somebody's hall as all at rack.
JOHN N0TT, -
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
1'lumber, Gns Fitter, &c;
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbeis' stock and metals,
House lTurnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Ordeis executed at short notice, 72
THE OLD CORNER
Hakt Bugs., : : Proprietors.
M E ALS
Sened up in first-class stj'le at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. in.
Always ou hand
Cigars, Tobaceo, Pipes
&c, &c, Aleo,
B. F. EHLERS D Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
Gents, JOailics' and Children's Furnish tny Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 101 FORT STREET.
2ST READ AND BE CONVINCED-!
P. O. Box 1X874. okfick OK Capital 8:1,000,000'
; The Internationill Clothing Company,
Comer of Broadway and Broom Streets.
A..M. MKLLIS, Esq., ' Nkw Yoiik City, Dec. 0th, 1SS1.
' Honolulu, Sindwlch Hand?.
Dear Sir; Your valued favor of November 18th Is to hand, containing vour
order to which we have ghou our closust tlttehtlnu. and you may lest assured we
liao spared no pains to make this Initial order satisfactory, liiihigcln-uly fol
lowed jour Instruction, sincerely hoping by fair dealing to secure jour entire
patronage in the Clothing Line. ,
WVaro willing to make jou our Special Aent for the Hawaiian Islands, and
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on piice, as we are thmoughly
satl-tled that a proper representation of our goods will, as has ahvavs been the
case In the p it. take precedence abov- all other makes of Heady Abide Clothing,
as we are here, driving our compctitois out of the ituukct.
Ve inclose j-ou a laige and varied selection of samples of our Spring and
Summer Stock for 18H2 now being manufactured. They coihprlsu many Xoeltle
and Fire especially adapted for the Ti epical Climes.
We have shipped j-our goods as requested ia Panama, San Francisco, and by
steamer to the caie of your Agents, and you will lliul In this letter your bill of
lading, &e. Hoping for an catty continuance of your patronage.
We remain, acij' truiv j-ours,
The International Clothing Co., DONALD KITZHKALD, President.
X. B. As it Is my intension to vMt the colonies of Australia shortly, I .shall
stop to seejou onniy waj , , Yours above.
"With tho above T take pleasure in informing the public that I have
opened a full line of
Boots, Slxoes" and. Slippers
of all descriptions and 'styles, which I will sell nt as lower price as this
market will admit. Thanking the public in general for past favors re
ceived, I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to please them with llioir wants.
54 A. M. ME1.LIS, 104 Fort St., (Hi ewer's Block.)
New York Life
Assets, $47,000,000. Surplus, $10,000,000.
' ' Purely Mutual.
This Company issues every desirable form of policy.
Tliu'toutine policy issued by this Company yields better returns than
those offered by any other coiupanv. -For particulars apply to
71 C. O. BEKGElt, Special Agent Ilaw'n Islands.
: J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
PRIHTEES AND PUBLISHERS.
This department tieing under the supervision of Mu. Cixvioit, we are
prepared to do all kinds of ' ,
.vBook and Job Printing,
Such as'Bill head., letter heads, yeddinglinvitations, posters, j
(Progniinnk'Sjdaneeund bitsiness cauls,
Plnntalion draft books, cheque and receipt books,
Bills of ftue, lodge notices, lailroad and shipping leccipts, etc., etc.,
The'woik done ut our office is unsurpassed for peathess.
JtS'Come and examine our specimens and be convinced.
aonietlilug Xew.JS cents each, for sale
ljr15 cenlseacb, fi
" bj j.nv.'ii
' "Tiega'l ' Gap. "
A new lot just iccehcd ly
i f ,J. W. lt01IKIITfOI & Co
r jrm ifcau.jtot-j-11 i
m xiicwm i .r n roxru j- u-
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
BOOK-BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS.
This branch of our business is under the supervision of Mit. Jtwv L.
Kki:s, well known as" the oldest and best binder and paper-ruler in this city.
All description of Blank Books made to otder, such as
Ledgers, Journals, Day and Cash Hooks,
Plantation Timo Books, Butcher Books, Pay Roll Books,
Check Books and all other binding work.
Having' a first-closs Ruling Machine
We can uile paper to any dcsiicd pi.ttoin. All wotk done at this esliib
liahiint i3 highly epoken of.
Received by every steamer.
and Fancy Articles.
'Rodvoocl' and Cedar
7KKET1.0NG, for sale in any iiau
34 AUX.Vii HolllNhON'.
JU. KAWAINUI, AQENTTO
take Acknowledgments to liibor
ContraUs for the Distilot'of IJona. ' Of-
lice in hu Xew '(liuette" Uulldiii;;.
jltx juu r:
Win. (i. Iruln.
7"A1. G. IllWIN & COMPANY,
' Mttirni-Kiiclorsnud Commission
n W. MAOFAKL.VNE & CO.,
v Importers and Cnaimiosimi Mer.
chants. HoMukor's Virc-l'mof Building,
Queen street, llonohilu.
HHACKFELl) & COMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
Queen stieet, Honolulu. 1
A S. CI.KC.llonXS. Co., Importers
-l V ai
and Commission Merchants, Deal
ers In 5ener.il Merchandise, Qileen iiu'il
Ka.iliiun.inu sts., iionoiutii. is
II. A.-l. Carter P. C. .Ioiiop, Jr.
C1J It E W E 11 & CD.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen sulci, Honolulu. 1
rpflEoT II. DAY1ES & Co., iiu
X portois and commission mer-,
chants; and nguuts for Iloyd's and
the Liverpool Undcrwi iters, British
and Foreign Insm mice Co., and
Northern Assurance Co. 71
17 X HOFFSCHLAEGEK & CO.,
- Importers and Commission Mer-clumf-,
ll nolulii, Oiiliii. 1
H.R.W'IIPnms, A. CliOKobmUKli, W . II. Ilimnud
WILLIAMS, DI.MOND & Co..
Shipping and Commission Mer
chants, Union lllock, corner I'litc and
Maiket streets, Han Fninclseo, Cal.
l'aclllc Mall Steamship Company;
I'aclllc Steam Navigation (f'oinpiuy,
Cunai-d Itoval Mall Steamslilp Company
Cal. line of Packets from "New Vork,
Hawaiian line of Packets,
China. Trader Insurance Co. (limited),
Miuliiu Insunulee C6. of 'bondon. 71
" Fiiionrter and Dealer in Genemi
Dealer in G
Merchandise, Queen at, Honolulu,
Wholesale and, ltetull Dealer in
(iener.il Merchandlse'aml Cliln.i 'oocls,
in the Fire-proof store, eorncr'KIng and
Nuuauii streets. I
MS. G H I N H A U M & C ().,
Importers of General Mer
chandise and Commission McicIiuuIn,
AT K. GRINBAUM & CO
missrou Meicliants, 214 '
stieet, Sun Francisco,
F1VL IS N E II A N. & C O .,
, Jiniiorlcr.s and C'oniinivion Mer
chants, Niiuunu st., iloiioiulu. 1
S. N. Cai-tlu.
J. n. Athurton.
CA S T L E
COOK E ,
clianln. Importers and Dealers iri Oen
eral Mcicliundixe, No. M) KingHtreet,
Honolulu. ' 1
c K. (No)..-
-1 (-hi rcsur- to Lewer- i Diek-oli.S
Tni)toiieis and Di'tilei in I.urnli"- nndjill
kind of'lliiiluin Afiiteii.il-. I'orl trcel,
Honoh:'.;.. , ' "! U
J E W E L K It , ff0 PT I C t A N,
Dealer In ITawaiian Curlosltlps.
Stoic in the "Hawaiian iactto" build-
1 44 In;;, opiioslte the II ink.
TVT'AX ECh'ABT, MnnnfnctniiiiK
JJL .Jeweler, Xo. (1 Ka.iliamiiuu t. ill
Kep.ilrhw Watches end Plotks a Speci
alty, Xo. US Fort Street. ;U
I'EOPLE'S LINE OF
JAMK8lon, ... Proprietor.
XUUAXU VAMiKY HOUTE:
Uplrlp: IwpW'.U lrln t Co'..
A.M. fi:ir, 7:00, 8:00, K:.0.
r.M. 12:03, a:(X), 4 :00, StlO.liinO, 0:00
Dciwu irlpn; U-iiM) I(. n. in J. H. l'aty.
A.M. :!, i ::), 8:1)0, 11 :(I0.
r.M. 12 : Ji, 2:110, 4 :40, 5:40, 7:00,0:20
St'MlAY Timk Taiii.k. i
Uj trip"; I.rni W. . Irwin A. I'oV.
A.M. !l:00, 10:011.
Dhwii trli: LiaM'l(ci. of J. 11. Palv,
A.M. !:.10, 10:t). '
l-.M. 12:45, 2:110, 4:110, 7:10, 0:10. '
HKHKTANIAA, L'UNAUOU ST. ltOUTB
Up trlp: Iami W B Irwtn Jt IV.
A.M. 11:00, O:C0, 7:45, 10:00.
r.M. 12:0.", 2:00, 4:00, 3:10, (1:45, 10:
I)iin trip": l.vc Pniinluiu "troot,
a.m. i:;iu. 7:2.), H.40, 11:10.
I'.M. 12 :4S, 3:10, 4:0, 0:10,7:10,10:20
Sr.Nnvv Timk Taiii.k.
Leave the Stable, cor. Fort and Hotel
sts., for Puliation Street, bong Branch
Uatlii fare 50 cts., bntb included:
A.M. B:30 to WalMKI; 0:00, 10:00,
p.m. 2:00, 4:00 to AValklkl; 0:45,
Dn n trl p : Lio c Piinalinu rtmrt,
A.M. 8:00, 0:110, 10::i0.
P.M. 12:40, :t:10, 5:!!0, 7:10, 0:00.
Out trips: Leave W. G. Iiwin&Co.'s
. m. 7:4.i; 10:00.
p. M 2:00, 5:10.
Dow u trips : Leave Wnlkikl.
a. M. 8:20, 10:."0.
p. M. 2:50, 5:50.
Sunday trips: Leave stables.
A. M. (1:110.
P.M. 2:00, 4:00.
Leave Walklki :
a. M. 7:40.
P. M. 2:50, ii-.ip.
The Long Braneh' Baths will bo tho ter
SU. DOLL, Law j cr and Notary Pub- J
lie, Xo. 15 Kimlmiiiauu st. 11 W
J M. D AVIDSOX, Attorney at Law r
v 24 Merchant street. 1(5 'A
RICHARD F. BICKEItTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at i aw.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free
holds. Oflluu, No. 34 Merchant at 1
CECIL IIUOVN, ATTORNEY
i and Counsellor at Law, Notary l'ub.
nc, aim .iKcnuor taking ACknowiedg-
I""1" ' "t"''c"ts for the Island of
N' 8 K.uihmimiiu street, Hono-
tVttoiney at Luwaiiu Not
ary Public Attends all the Courts
ot the Kingdom. 1
Ilt.VNCIS M. HATCH, :
at Law, 15 Kauliunianu st.
WILLIAM O. SMITH, Attor- i
ncy at Law, No. .'10 fcrchnnt 4
Dlf. (i. TKOUSSKAU begs to notify
lib d lends Unit lie has resumed
priietleii in Honolulu, ltcldeneit anil
roiiHiilliiiK looms, No. 7!1 Punehbfiw) st,
oppoMte tlie nnikal sate of the Queen's
Hospital. Oonstiltiug hours from 9 a.m.
to 12. Telephone No. HM. 6(j lm
DH. KMKHSON, residence and
sulfation rooms at No. 2 Ktiki
corner of Fort.
Telephone No. 140. 51) 2m
Dlt. CIIAin.tiS T. RODGERS,
Ofllco.Odd Fellow's Bulldlnpr, Fort
(trcet. Bcstdcncc, Hiiwalhiu Hotel. 1
A FULLER, Surveyor for Bureau
- Vcrltnh. , Jl
-lyRAY TAVLOR, Teaiher of Planr
' ' forte and Organ. Tuning in all
Its InvinchcR. 40 (Ira'
QHAR'LER T. GTJLICK,
Agdit to take ALkuowledcmcutK to
L ilior Contracts,
AND or.NKBAL BUMNKSS AOKXT.
Oll'ce. In Mal.ee'h H!oc), corner Queen
and iOuihtimauu street, Honolulu. 21
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