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PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBEETSON & Co.
HONOLULU, HM., SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1882.
SO Cents prr Month.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
Is published every morning, and cir
culated throughout the town, and for
warded to the other Islands by every
Subscription, - 50 cents per month.
II. L. Siikldon, - - - . Editor.
All business communications to be ad
dressed, J. W. EOBF.IlT80N'& Co.
An Orange Wrapping in Florida.
Ono night our party of tourists
went to an "Orange wrapping."
A largo warehouse belonging to the
Wilkinson place was lighted up with
candles placed along the walls, and
nil the " help " or the neighborhood
was gathered. In one corner of the
room there were huge boxes filled
with oranges. They were rigged
-with handles at each end. and it took
two men to bring one of them in.
On the opposite side of the room
were Ions tables, behind which sat
the ' ' wrapper. ' The fruit was sup
plied to them by small boys, who
carried it in bread-trays, putting a
trav to every three men. Before
each man was a package of tissue
paper. By a dexterous movement,
an orange was cnvolopcd in a leaf of
paper by one motion. As the fruit
was wrapped, it was dropped into
another tray, which was carried to
the " packers," who stood before a
pile of empty crates. Each orange
was placed m the crate separately,
being packed in close rows. A
crate holds from one hundred -and
twenty to one hundred and forty
oranges, and sells Jiere lor about
three dollars. The oranges are not
brought direct from the grove to the
packing-House, out rest a day or
two in the drying-house. There
they'are spread over lattice'shelves,
where they go throngh a ' ' sweating ' '
process before they are ready for
The scene in the wrapping house
was a pretty one. The golden fruit
piled in rich profusion, the men and
boys laughing as tbey handle it so
rapidlv, the orderly crates with their
tempting contents, a heap of pine
apples in an odd corner filling the
room witn tueir exquisite liavor,
huge bunches of bananas with just a
fleck of yellow here and there amid
the green, clean-looking lemons al
most as large as the oranges, heaped
off to themselves, great citrons with
their royal gold color, groups of
boatmen and hunters with their
swarthy face and picturesque attire,
lending a hand wherever it is needed,
a negro with a banjo strumming
rude tunes to which the crowd gave
casual accompaniment, the ladies all
watching curiously and sampling an
orange now and then these were
some of the elements that made up
the scene, the whole being enlivened
with the haste and bustle of getting
ready against the next day's boat,
and having the fruit ready to go out
with the ship.
Covered with Gold.
It is a curious fact that Russia,
one of the poorest civilized countries,
makes a greater parade of wealth in
one respect man any omer oiaic.
The domes of all the great churches
in St. Petersburg, Moscow, and
other largo towns, are plated with
gold nearly one quarter of an inch
thick. The new church of the
Saviour represents a valuo of full
fifteen million dollars. The Isaac
Cathedral in St. Petersburg may be
safely credited with at least twice
that amount. So strong, however,
is the old Slav belief in the inviola
ble sanctuary of "holy places,"
that, during countless seasons of
wide-spread nnd bitter distress, no
attempt has ever been made to plun
der the gold thus temptingly ex
posed. Indeed, one of the finest
churches in St. Petersburg, the
Lazan Cathedral, owes its massive
shrine to the plunder taken by the
Cossacks in 1812.
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
All tho Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
Hats, Hats, Hats,
PLUSH! PLUSH! PLUSH! PLUMES! PLUMES! PLUMES!
Satins ! Satins ! Satins !
TRIMMINGS! TRIMMINGS! TRIMMINGS!
FLOWERS! FLOWERS! FLOWERS!
S3rJUST RECEIVED -S
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
of .A.. M. UMLellis,
No. 104 FORT STREET. - ..(94) - HONOLULU.
New York Life Insurance Co.
, Assets, 847,000,000. Surplus, $10,000,000.
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 Haw'n Islands.
FIREMAN'S FUND INSUR
ANCE COMPANY of San Fran
clsco. Fire and Marine. Cash capital
Gold. 9500,000. Duelling risks a spe
cialty. Detached dwellings and contents
insured for a period of 3 years, for two
premiums in advance. Bv writing small
lines on carefully selected risks, well
distributed, offers indemnity second to
none. Losses promptly adjusted.
Bishop & Co., Agents, for the
10 Hawaiian Islands.
CHOCOLATE CREAMS I
This delicious and very
nutrituous article of Confectionery
is manufactuted by
P. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
every week, and is warranted to be
strictly pure. For sale at
F, Horn's Fionesr Steam Candy factory,
86 71 Hotel street. lm
Dealer in Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store in the "Hawaiian Gazette" build
44 ing, opposite the Bank.
JLtJL Jeweler, No. 0 Kaalutmunn st
Rcpnlrlng.Watches and Clocks a Speci
alty, KoffiB Fort Street. 32
Mcchctmey & Githens,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery ;
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions
71 Salt, etc., etc., etc.
Redwood and Cedar
ty FEET LONG, for sale in any ijunn
Acixn & ItOniNSON.
DRY GOODS IMPORTER,
Beooived by every steamer.
WILDER & Co.,
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 $00,000,000
Ior information concerning the-
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to Wilder & Co., Geueral
Agents; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit
ing Agent. 71
THE OLD CORNER
Haiit Bros., : : Proprietors.
Served up in first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c. Ac Alo,
i f t. u i j ti n J'J it y
xt T-i s rti t - -r -i
P. Mclm-rny, No. 71 Fort St.. nbovc
liotci street, Keeps always on nana nn as
sortment of the brst French and Califor-
nia manufactured confectionery, which
lie offers for sale to the trade or at retail.
at reduced prices; also tliu bent brands of
choice cigars to be had in tho market,!
The best ice cronm, foda water and rard
ials Call and try Ihem. ' 1
Amoskeag and Ptarl River IJIuo &
White, Black and Colored Blankets,
Horse and Ice Blankets.
For bale by
78 Iw A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
"The Planters' Monthly,"
Price 15 cento a copy,
fi'iliserlptlon price - 81.50 a year.
Send orders to
I. W. ItOnKKTKON' & CO.
Union n:i:i) company, a. w.
IIuhii, Manager. Kee advcit la
ment on other page. 28
Clans Sprocket. Win. U. Irwin
WM. G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
' Rncnr Factors and I :onimlitinii
Agents, Honolulu. j
W. MAOFARLANE & CO.,
Importer and Commission Mer.
chants, llobinsou's Fire-Proof Building,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
HHACKFELD & COMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
AS. CLEGHORN & Co., Importers
and Commission Merchants, Deal
ers lu General Merchandise, Queen nud
Kaahumauu sts., Honolulu. 78
n. A. I Carter.
. C. Jones, Jr.
& C O.
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co., im
porters and commission mer
chants; and agents for Lloyd's and
tho Liverpool Underwriters, British
and Foreign Insurance Co., and
Northern Assurance Co. 71
PD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
-" Importers and Commission Mer
chants, lit nolulu, Oahu. i
U.n.Wllllnms, A.CbcsebroUBb. '. tyDlmond
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & Co..
" Shlnoinir and Commission Mlt.
chants, Union Block, corner Tine and
Market streets, Sun Iranclsco, Cal.
Pacific Wail Steamship Company,
Pacific Steam Natigatlon Company,
Cunard Koyal Mull Steamship Company
uai. jinc oi ruciteus irom New York,
Hawaiian line of Packets,
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Murine Insurance Co. of Loudon. 71
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
w Importer und Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen t Honolulu. 1
rj ATONG, IMPORTER,
V' Wholesale and Ketall Dealer in
General Merchandise und China goods,
in the Fire-proof store, corner Klni? nmi
Nuuunu streets. i
"IVT S. GRIN13AUM & CO.,
-"-- ImiMrters of Geuoral Mer
chandise and Commission Mereliutits
"IVr S. GEINBAUM & CO.,
J-'-" Commission Merchants, 214
street, San Francisco,
I? T. L E N E H A N & C O .,
Importers and Commission Mcr
chants, Nuuanu St., HonolUUi. 1
8. N. Castle.
p A S T L E
Suipnintr and Commission Mer.
cimnis. importers and Dealers m Gen
eral Merchandise, No. 80 King street,
-. .. .,-
TTTING WO CHAN & Co.,
T T 22 Nininnu street,
Importers nnd Dealers in Chines
Goods and Groceries.
Always on hand, Teas of nil oaali-
ties suitable for family or plantation
JAMES HANLON will attenTto
la'mo or sick horses. Lenvo
orders at J. W. Rnborbioii & Co's.
JOHN A. HASSINGER,
" Aentto take Aoknowlcdpmcnts to
Contracts for Labor. Interior '.fllco,
T E. WISEMAN, 27 Merchant Ht.
" Ileal Kiitntn IlroUor, Employment
Ajrent and General Olllco Business.
Telephone, No. 172. ie
QIIARLBS T. CULICK,
Asonl to tuke Acknowledgments to
AND GKNT.RAT. I1UKINK8.S AGENT.
Oflli-o, In M.ikie's Block, coroer-Qu-cii
and Kajhumami Mrects, Honolulu. 21
-r-PEOPLE'S LINE OP
JamksDodii, - . - lrjbprltor.
NUUANU VALLEY ROUTE:
Up trips: Lcryo W. O. Iruln 4 Vu.
A.M.-0:15, 7:00, 8:00, 10-JJO.
r.M. 12 :05, 2 lOO, 4 :0O, 5 tio, :30, 9 :00
Down trip: Leave 1U. of J. U.Vtty.
A.M. :30, 7i30, 8:30, 11:00.
V.M.-12:45, 2:30, 4:40, 5:40, 7:00,0:20
, Sunday Time Tadlm.
Cp trips; I.eao W. t;Ir)ln & Co's.
.a.m. !):00. lOtfWI.
y,r.M. 12:10, a:00, 4:00, 0:30, 8:15.
Don ii trip; l.uae Rtn. of 0. II. I'atv.
A.M. !):30, 10:80.
V.M. 13:45, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10, 0:10.
BERETANIA & PUNAUOU ST. ROUTE
Up trip: Leave W Q Irwlu & Cn.
a.m. :00, f.:C0, 7:45, 10:00.
l'.M. 12:05, 2:00, 4:00, 5:10, (1:45, 10:
Down trlpK : Lca a Pnnnhuu struct,
A.M (S&O, 7:23, 8.40, 11:10.
p.m. 12 :4o, 3 :10, 4 :30, 0 :I0,7 :10,10:20
Sunday Timk Tablk.
Leave the Stables, cor. Fort ana Hotel
sts., lor l'uunuou Stitet, Long llrauch.
Baths, fare 50 cts., baths included:
A.M. 6:30 to WaiLikl;
l'.M. 2:00, 1:00 to
ami 8 :!").
Dovrn trips: I.cstc I'liuahiiii strcm,
a.m. 8:00, 0:30, 10:80.
r.M. 12:10, 3:10, 50, 7:10, 9:00.
Out trips: Leave W. G. lrlntCo.8
a. W 7:45, 10:00.
r. m 2:00, fi:I0.
Down trips: Leave Walkikl.
A. H. 8:20,10 :.")0.
r. M. 2:50, 5:50.
Sunday trips : Leave stables.
V. M 2:00,4:00.
a. m. 7:40.
p.m. 2:50, 5:10.
The Long llraueh llatlis will be the ter
Attorney nt Tjuv nn.. Knt.
nry Public Mercliaut "street, next to
the Post Office. i
Lawyer ami Notary Pub
Kualnmiiiuu st. II
k lie, No
T M. DAVIDSON,Attorney atLaw
v 24 Merchant street. 10
TDIOHARD F. BICKERTONT
Attorney and Counsellor ut Law.
iuoney to lend on 3lnrtiriigcH of Kree-
uoiuh. umce, jno. 34 liicieliant st.
CECIL BROWN, ATTOBNKY
and Counsellor at Law, Notarv Pub
lie, aud ARcntfor takhig Acknowledg
ments of Instiiuneuts for the Island of
Oahu. No. 8 Kaakuninuu street, Hono
"PRANCIS M. HATCH, Attorney
at Law, 16 Kaahuniunu st. 23
WILLIAM O. SMITH, Attor-
uey at Law, No. 'M Merchant
("TR. G. TBOUSfcKAU beps to notify
AJ Ids friends that he has ret-umed
practice in Honolulu. Residence and
consmltluB rooms, No. 7!l I'linclibonl st,
opposite the inakui pit4) of tho Queen's
Hofcpital. Coin-lilting hours from 0 a.m
ff 12. Telephone No. I'JJ. 6 im
DR. EMKItSON. r'.-Idein-e nnd con
hllltallou roonif. ut No. k'ukul c(
f comer of Knit.
Telephone No. 140. HilSm
DR. CJIARLES T. RODGERS,
' Ofll66,Odd Fellow's Utiildinc, Fort
street. Residence, Hawaiian Hotel. I
A FULLER, Surveyor for Bureau
WKAY TAYLOR. Teacher of Plano-
'' forto aud Organ. Tuning in all
its branches. io Urn
K. ROWELL, ConMilting"inId
CoiiKtructln'r Kncliucr: nll'.ce.
38 Merchant street
T K W E R S
4' V. 4'.ol...
k COOK 15,
(succecfors to Ixwrrii f. l)Irki-':i.
Jinportorti nnd Dialers in f.uinh'- nn all
kinds of BuiMin; Mulcrijh-. 1'nrl street
J st-2&.!tkt lJr 'i- - -