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PUBLISHED BY J,. W. ROBERTSON & Co,
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAX, MAY 15, 1882.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
Is , published cvi:ry. morning, and cir
culated throughout UiA town, and for
ward6d,to the other Islands by every
opportunity- , , '
Subscription', -'00 cents per month.
II. L. Siiiodox, .... Editor.
All business communications to bu ad
dressed, J. W. ltonKirrsox & Co.
"Child," he said, bending over
.'.. .V. -." .' v77 4.- ' ..
tlie drooping' dark head, " were you
;, very; anxious to, bo atj this ball? ,Is
there don't mind confessing it to
jftnoid man like me is there any
special attraction for you there?"
And poor, tearful Blanche mur
mured "Yes,' for from over the
balusters she had seen Herbert
Faweett enter tlie house.
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I The ball' wasat its hbight.'1 JEvery
one saidevery arrangement was per
fect; everybody said the enjoyment
was inestimable; but if one judged
- countenances instead of speeches,
there was a. little disappointment
here and there, too.
Amelia Lbther,d)caijtif ully dressed
and looking excessively plain, was
' courted as she bad expected ; and
Herbert Fawcett, dancing very little
, and scrutinizing every passer-by
' restlessly, was condemning the whole
Suddenly, as the latter was leaning
againsttho door of' a room which
was temporarily deserted, he heard
the, faint, rustle of a dress crossing
f.lipli!i11. nnd soma' 'mnnnefcic attrne-
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tion it must have been which impcll
cd him to turn and behold the most
dazzling vision he had ever seen.
Leaning upon a middle-aged
gentleman's arm, a lady advanced in
trailing white robes, with diamonds
gleaming from amidst' her' wavy
tresses, diamonds Hashing from her
snowy neck and ears, diamonds
upon her amis and hands.
" Miss Hilward I" cried Fawcett,
, . Blanche trembled and dropped her
Jan. Mr. Lother (ior the elderly
gentleman was lie), with one rapid
glance from the girl's to the yound
man's countenanuc, quickly effaced
himself, and Fawcett made tlie most
of the opportunity,
" Why have you disappointed me
ior so longr" asked he, reproach'
fully. "I thought you were not
coming at all. Did you not get my
"Your note?" wonderingly. "I
never heard of it."
" My note asking you to meet me
here and give inet the answer to to
Blanche, you know I love you ;
what need fot useless preamble!
You care for mo a little, darling,
And so on while the music swelled
louder, and Amelia in the ball-room
waxed more cross ; and Mrs. btlicr
and Mrs. Fawcett, sitting again
with their heads very close togethoi,
mutually congratulated one another
upon the success oi uicir piots.
The gorgeous supper had com'
snenccd, tlie room was tilled to over
flowing, and' at the head of the
daintily laden table sat Mrs. Lother,
smiling on all, friends and guests
alike. She looked up with a smile
when she heard a little luurmcrof
Hurprisu and admiration running
round the room ; but her lips stiffen.
st!d- into an expression devoid of
Vnirth as, following the direction, all
looks had taken, sho saw her poor
relation steering his way down tho
room towards her, and leaning on
his arm, a person who looked like
Blanche; but how could it be
Blunejio, with diamonds that u duch
ess might have sighed for in'vain,
flashing aud glowing upon her.
Mr. Lother quietly took his place
near hiu sister-in-law, aud looked
round upon the perplexed guests
(To bo continued)
B. JF. EHLERS & Co.,
All the Latest Novelties inTanoy Goods
Gentis Ladles and' Children's Furnishing Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
v . No. 104 FORT STREET.
B- R.EAD AND BE CONVINCED-;
P. O. Dox'18374. office OF Capital !,000,000'
The International Clothing Company,
Comer of 'Urondway and Broom Streets.
A. M. MELLIS, Esq., New Youk Citv, Dee. Cth, 1881.
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands,
Dear Sir: Your valued favor of November 18th Is toTiand, contaliilnK your
jordcr to which we have given our. closest
have spareU no pains lo ninue mis mumi oruer cansiaciory, naving cioscry ioi
lowed your instructions, Htnecrely hoping by fair dealing '(to Bceuro your entire
Datronano In the Clothing Line. . -
We arc willing to make you our Special Agent for tho Hawaiian Inlands, ami
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on prices, as wo are thoroughly
untUttiMl tlmt n. m-nnnr rettrcsetitatlon of our irooris will, as has ahvavs been the
case In the past, take precedence above
as we arc here, driving our competitors
We inclose you a largo ami varicu selection oi samples on our spring and
Summer Stock for 1882 now being manufactured. Thoy comprise rimny Novelties
and are especially adapted for the Tropical Climes.
We have shipped your goons as requested via rannnm, sail t rancisco, aim by
steamer to tlie care of your Agents, and you will find In this letter your bill o"f
lading, &c. Hoping for an early continuance of your patronage.
We remain, very truly yours,
The International Clothing Co., DONALD 1TTZKKALD, President.
N. II. As it is my intension to visit the colonics of Australia shortly, I shall
stop to see you on my way. Yours above.
"With tho above I take pleasure in informing the public that I have
opened a full line of i ,
Boots, SIxocs and Slippers
of all descriptions and styles, which I will sell at as Jower price as this
market will admit. Thanking the public in general'for past favors re
ceived, I shall endeavor, 03 heretofore, to plcase'-them with their wants.
54 , A.M. MELLIS, 104 Fort St., (Brewer's Block.)
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. BEHGER, Special Agent Haw'n Islands.
J EWELER.OPTICI AN,
Dealer In Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store lu the "Hawaiian Gazette" bulld-
44 lagi opposite 1110 ojuiik.
AX 13 QK Alt T, aanuinciunnB
Jeweler, No. u ivaaimnwuu bu. u
D. W. CLARK,
Itepairl Hi: Watches and Clocks a Spccl-
alty, No. C8Fort8lrect
Redwood and Cedar
7 FEET LONG, for halo lu any mi an
3-1 A1.1.KX & Ilonissox.
T U. KAWA1NUI, AGENT TO
O take Acknowledgments to Labor
Contracts for the District of Koin. Of
llce lu he Now "Gazette" Building. 1
Anioskcag and Pearl River Blue &
Whits, Black and Colored BInnkots,
Hoiso and Ice Blanketfc.
For sale by
78 Iw A. S. Clcghorn & Co.
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
Beceived by every steamer,
attention, and you may rest assured we
all other make of Heady Made Clothing,
out of tlie marked -, 'f $
and Fane' Articles.
WILDER & Co., I
General Agents for the ,
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York,
The Largest, Safest and Most)
Economical Life Insurance Co.
in the world,
Cash assets, - - over $90,000,000
. For information concerning ' the
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to Viliikk &rCo., General
Agents; or J. -li. Wiseman, bohcit-
THE OLD CORNER
HartBkos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in flrst-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a, m. to 10 p. m: '
Always 0.11 hand.
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, &v. AI.-o,
p O N
F E C T I O N E R Y ,
Jlclnernv. No. 7 1 Fort ft,, nlrfn e
Hotel street, keep nlys on hand un at
wirtinvnt of tho best French ami Cull for
ula manufuctuml confectionery, which
lie otl'ern tor nalc to the tratlu or at retail,
at reduced price; also the ben brand of
choice cigur.s to bo hud In tliu-mnrkct.
Tlie best ice cream, soda water and cord
ials Cull uud tij tin 111. 1
Clus SpreckeU. Wm. 11. Irwin.
"Hm. G. IRWIN & COMPANY.
' ' 8 ll ira V Factors and OonnnlHslim
'Agents, Honolulu. 1
- -, -- .
W. MAOFARLANE & CO.,
Importers and Comtnuslon Mcr.
chants. Hoblnson's Flrc-Pioof Building,
Queen strec't, Honolulu. 1
HHACKFELD & COMPANY,
General CoiniuKsIon Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
AS. CLEGHOKN & Co., Importers
and Commission Merchants, Deal
ers lu General Alerehandlse, Queen and
Kaahumaiiii Hts., Honolulu. 78
P. C'nrlcr. P. C. Joncn, Jr.
BREWER & CO.,
Shipping nnd Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
THEO. II. DAVIES & Co., im
porters and commission mer
chants;, and agents for Lloyd's and
the Liverpool Underwriters, British
aud Eoreign Insurance Co., r.nd
Northern Assurance Co. 71
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
Importers ami Commission Mer-chautt-,
1I nolulu, Oaliu. 1
H.B.WUllans, A.Cbeitbruusli, W. ILDImnva
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & Co..
Shipping' and Commission Mer
chants, Union Block, corner l'lue aud
Market streets San Francisco, Cut.
, ABXV7B roll t '
Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
Cunard ltoyal Malfstcliriiahlp Company
Cal. line ot Packets from New York,
Hawaiian line of l'ackcts, j
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Marine Iiusurance Co. of Loudon. 71
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
O AFONG, IMPORTER,
V' Wholesale and Hctall Denier In
General Morcliandlse' ami Chliiii "goodHl
In tlie FIrc-proof store, corner King'aml
Nuuanu streets. 1
MS. GRTNBAUM& CO.,
., .-Importers of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants,
TVT 8. GRINBAUM&CO
" .Commlsslpn, Mercuutits, 214
Callfoiula "" street, Sun Francisco,
Cal. ' , 1
I? T. L E N E II A N & C O .,
- Importers and Commission Mtr.
chants, Nuumm st., Honolulu. 1
8. X. Cmttc. J. B. AthortuD.
CAST HE .&' COOKE,
ShinpinK and CominUslon Mcr.
chants. Importers nnd Dealers in (Jen.
end Merchandise, No. ISO King treet,
ING "WO CHAN & Co.,
22 Nnnanu strcer,
Importers and Dealers in Chinese
Goods and Groceries.
Always on iituid, Teas of nil quali
ties suitable for family or plantation
ltolwrt LvwerH, 1:, M. C'iioUw,
TEVERS & 0,0 0 KB,
--J (rfueccifors to Leircr & Dleksun,)
Iinporters nnd Dealers in I,umbr nnd all
kind of Building Materials. Fort street,
JAMES IIANLON will ntt.-nd to
lame or sick horses. Leave
orders at J. "W. Robertson & Co's.
JOHN A. HA8SIXGKB,
A'cnt ti( take Acknmvlcxlmentii to
Contrnctf for Labor, Interior Mflce,
J E. .WISEMAN, 27 Merchant st.,
' Ileal llrtntn llro'..er. EmploynV-nt
Airrnt and General Olllcc lliihlness.
'telephone, No. J7J. 1G
HOLL1STER & Co., Wholesale
nnd Itetalt DruUts, and Import
ers of Flue Tobaccos' and Ciguis, uiul
Manufar.tnrr.rr. if ,;uJa Water, Oliver
.'ic, dc, &u. 1!'
James Doim, - - - Pioprletor.
NUUANU VALLKV llOUTE:
Up trips: Leave V. O. Irwin A CV.
A.M. tI0, 7:00, 8:00, 10:80.
P.M. 12 105,2:00, 4:00, 3:10, 0:30, 0:00
Down trlpi: Lcao licK-nfJ. It. l'niy.
A.M. C:aO, 7:110, :a0, 11:00.
P.M. 12:45, .-DO, 4:40, 5:40, 7:00,O:2O'
Busiuy Timk Table.
Up trips; Loaro W. Ci.Irin A Co's.
A.M. It :00, 10:00.
P.M. 12:10, 2:00, 4:00, 0:80, 8:15.
Down trip; Lcaru Itey. of J. 1L Paly,
a.m. !):a0, 10:;10.
P.M. 12:43, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10, 9:10.
BKUKTANIA & l'UNAHOUST. KOUTB
Up trips: Leave W O Irwin Co,
AM. (i:00, (1:50, 7:45, 10:00.
lM 12:03, 2:00, 4:00, 5:10,0:45, 10 r
Dun trips: Lcinol'iitiabuu struct.
a t it.'ifi r.o.1; a An n.irft
Pi. 12:45, 3:10,4 SJ0, 0:10,7 :10,10:20 'J
n.W U...V, mm.iry W.-.U, tl.i-1.. 'tf
SUN'DW TlMK T.111I.K. '
Leave the Stables, cor. Fort aud Hotel
sts., for Punaliou Street, Long ltrancli
Baths, fore CO cts., baths Included :
A.M. 8:30 to Walklkl; 9:00, 10:00,,
P.M. 2:00, 4:0O tix Wulklkl; 6:45
llowu trips: Lcarc Pannhuu strctt.
- A.st. 8:00, 0UJO, 10 --'lO.
r.M. 12:40, 3:10, 5:30, T:10, 9;0O.
Cnit trlir Leave W. G. Irwlafc Co.'b
a.m. 7:45, 10:00.
r. M. 2:00,5:10.
Downtriiw: Leave Waiklkf.
A.M. 8:20, 10:30.
X-. M. 2:30 5:50.
Sunday trips: Leave htables.
a. m. GV.uk
Leave Walkikl: f
a, m. 70".
The Iuug llraneU Baths-wilt be tftc ter
SB. DOLE, LawTM and Notary Pub-1
lie, No. 13 IOtaumuaiui st. 11
JM. DAVIDSON, Attorney ntLnw
" ai'Mercliant street. 15 0ii
piCHARD F. B"lCKERTONv
-v Attorney ami' Counsellor at Law".
Money to lend nn Mortcages of Free
holds. Ofllco, No. 34 Meruliunt st. 1
CECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub
lic, anil Asent for taklnir Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of
u.uiu. no. a ivaauumanu street, Hono
R . CAS
Attompv fit Tjiur
ary Public. Attends all the
or the Kingdom.
FRANCIS M. HATCH, Attorney:
at Law, ISItaahuinanu st. , 23"f
TTTILLIAM O. SJIITH, Atto'r
T T n
noy at Law, No. 30 Merchant
TYll. G. TIIOUSSBAU bejM to n6tlfy V'
l 111s irreuus hat he has resumed Yty&
practice In Honoluin. Rosldeneo amli ,r ATS
cnusulttns rooms, No. 73 Punchbowl st, iM
oppoMte thonmkajBateof'tho' Queen' f&'ii
Hospital, unnmiung noiirs Iront 0 a.m
to 1L. Telephone No. 1H3.
,50 1m. ,
EMKUSON. residenre nnrllpnn.
Hiilmtlon rooms at No. '2 Kuknl t..
corner of Fort.
Telephouo No. 140. 5!) 2m
DR. CHARLES TI RODGERS;
Ofllee.tMd Fellow's Illilldlng.'Fort
utreet. Residence, Hawaiian Hotel. I
A FULLER, Surveyor for -Bureau
WllAY TAYLOK. Teacher of
' forte and irgiin. Ttuilu;
I In all
(JIIARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
ASU UK.NKUAL IIUSINEKS AOENT.g
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