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HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1882.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
-Is published every morning by llio
Daily Bulletin Putii.isiti.sn Co.,
and circulated throughout thv town, ami
forwarded to the other Island' by every
Subscription, CO cts. per month.
O. Causo.v Kknyon, - . . Editor.
All business communications to be nil.
dros.sed, Manager D.illy Bulletin, Post
Onlce Box No. 14.
J. Q. Ci.kviok, Manager.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Alexandria, July 23. It is con
sidered certain that Arabi will de
stroy Cairo unless defeated and cap
tured. An eye witness, from Tan-Tah
BtateB that eighty-five Europeans
were tortured and torn to pieces,
and that women wcro ill-treated and
tortured. Soldiers participated in
Alexandria, July 24. The Rifles
nud mounted infantry occupied
Ramleh early this morning. They
stationed one Gatling and one field
gun at the bridge over the canal.
The enemy's cavalry appeared and
galloped boldly along the roadway,
at 300 yards range, but fled upon a
volley being fired. After a short
time they reappeared with two guns
with which they opened fire Ineffectu
ally! upon the British troops, who
took to cover. By nino o'clock firing
had ceased, but the enemy arc ex
pectcd to reappear with reinforce
The Inspector of the Cadastra
Railroad survey lias arrived from the
' interior. He reports the- total force
of the rebels as about 100,000. He
says that a volunteer cavalry regi
ment is forming to attack Alexandria.
Madrid, Jury 25. Tho Govern
ment has decided to dispatch three
additional frigates to Egypt, one to
bo stationed at Port Said, another
at Suez, nnd the thitd at Ismnilia.
Alexandria, July 25. There arc
now here ten English, two Austrian,
' one American, onu German, one
Russian, one Greek, and three Itali
an men-of-war. A Turkish corvette
Thcro is nothing .so sad as tho
itoniR in tho records in Now York
ympors of deaths and prostrations by
tho heat, such as tho following: "A
woman, namuunkown, "a man, no
rcsidcuco, so far as can be ascertain-
o 1," " a woman, no homo and no
Matthew Arnold meditates a visit
to America. Nothing has yet been
settled, but ho will possibly go this
autumn. His view is lecturing in the
principal Eastern and western
cities, but not beyond St. Louis, lie
contemplates a course of three lec-
tuics in each, giving an account or
summary of each one of the princi
pal subjects which have occupied
him during his life one religious,
one literary and one bocial and poli
tical. A curious political deadlock re
cently occurred, in Servia. In con
sequence of the refusal of the Presi
dent of the Sakuptschina (the Servi
an Legislature) tocomply with tho
request of the Opposition to make a
statement by a certain day as to tho
intention of the Government in re
gard to the Servian railway, the Op
position, to the number of 57, re
signed in a body. As n consequence,
a quorum of the House could not be
formed, and its sittings were sus
pended pending the elections of tho
A New York telegram says that
archaeologists arc excited over a des
patch from the French explorer
Charnay, announcing the discovery
of a so-called "phantom" city
among a hostile and jcaloris people
'in Guatemala. This confirms the
stories, hitherto thought to be fabul
ous, of inhabited cities which still
exist among the Indians in the same
londition as Cortez found them.
The Stockholm paper JJutblad
states that Sweden has entered into
nn alliance with Prussia to invade
Finland in the event of a Russo
B. F. EHLERS & Co., .
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM
from 30 to 50
per cent below the
usual prices during the
next 30 days.
tew 0 A JVk.
soid wJr0 "x
A- M. Mellis, 104 Fort St.
New York Life Insurance Co.
Assets, $17,000,000. Surplus, S10,000,000.
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. BURGER, General Agent ilaw'n Islands.
JEWELER, ljj OPTICIAN,
Denier In Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store in the "Hawaiian Gazette" bulld
44 lug, opposite the Bank.
"ft TAX ECKART, Manufacturing
1X Jeweler, No. 113 and 110 Hotel
Clins. D. Gemsch,
Practical S Watchmaker.
BS5 Hotel Street, opposite the
123 3in International Hotel, -a
D. W. CLARK,
Watoh Maker and Jeweler,
Always on luind a nice stock of
JWatchcs, Clocks and Jewehy."a
Repairing Watches and Clocks a Spoel
alty, No. 05 Hotel Street. 32
So favorably known throughout tho
Hawaiian Islands. Sold bj' all
No. 1 3 Liliha St., Honolulu 71
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cool? and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel ht. Toluphono 74. 59
A LI, PERSONS SEEKING
-- Kmploymi'iit, nnd nil parties cither
n Honolulu 'or nt any of thu islands in
the Croup in want of Employees will
please lnnkr tlirir want known to the
audcrili!iitl, lio will do all in their
power to tllllhi'lr orclir-i.
1'. C. Jom-H. jr.. J 11. Athorton, H. P.
Ollliiivham, Ewpliyyinoal Committee V.
M C. A. 1
Rcooived by every steamer.
Offered at tho
liofcert Ijiwot, :. Jt. Cool.c.
T E W E It S & O OOKB,
-- (sticurssors to Lcwnrs & Dickson.)
Inmorlers and Di-ulcrx in J,umbr and all
kinds of Rmlaln;: Materials, Kort street.
WILDER & Co., Dealers m
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt
and Hulldlns M.iteilals of every kind,
cor. Fort and Qtiocn sts., Houululu. 1
ALLCN & IJOllISON, Dealers in
J.umlmr and all kinds of Building
Material-", Paint, Oils, NalN, etc. 71
HOLLISTER & Co., Wholosalo
.and Retail Druggists, and Import
ers ot Pino Tobaccos and Cigars, and
Manufacturer of Boda Vfalir, Ginger
Ale, S.c, Ac. i;l
B ROOTS' & PHILLIPS, Practical
Plunibcift, GasFittersand Copper
smiths, No. IS Xtiuauu st., Honolulu.
Houho and Ship Job Work piomptly
vjiiiv. uimvi, ino. ou rori si.
W. Imnnr'i'r mill ili!iir In flpnt's.
mi .lT-fI1rr XT l f-1 .
Ladles' and Children's boots, shoes and
BROWN & CO., Importers and
Dealers in Ales, Wines and Spirits.
No. U Merchant St., Honolulu. 12
Works Co. Steam engine, sugar
mills, boilers, coolers, iron, brads
and lead castings; machinery of every
description made to order. Particular
attention paid to ship's blscksmlthlng.
Job Murk executed an tliurt notice. 1
JAMES H. HANLON
Blacksmith and Farrier.
Is now pcunaiicntly located at the
shop ou King street, lately occupied bv
Mr. Ceo. West. 112
Dr. Do Fries,
The Doctor has just rciuniud from a
tour around the Islands, and holds nat
tering recommendations frrtin numerous
innuageo and private owneia of horos
for his skill and capabilities In curing
all manner of dUcaes and complains
All orders to ho left at Jas. Dodd's
Pantheon Stables. 110
Shirts and Hosiery,
Fancy and Blue Flatinn! Shirts,
Yiiit Shirts in great varifity,
Imported epiof-s!v for this marlcot.
73 lw A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
. flL B .. w
hj "UH- jrawrst rerammMsaB
Olntiit Hprcckel. Wm. O. Irwin.
WM. G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
' Sugar Factor and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
GW. MACFAKLANE & CO.,
Importers and Cnmmixsinn Mur.
chants. liobhuon's Fire-Proof Building,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
HHACKFELI) & COMPANY,
General Commission Agent,
Qiipcu street, Honolulu. 1
AS. CLTJGHOKN Co., Importers
. and Commission' Mo.ilIuuh.i, Deal
ers In fiencrnl Mcichandlsc, Queen mid
Kmthuuiaiin sts., Honolulu. 78
H. A. 1. C'orlor. 1". C. .lonts, Jr.
CBRI5WER & CO.,
Shipping and CoinmUsion Merchants
Queun street, Honolulu. 1
qHEO. 11. DAYIES & CO., Import
.L ers and Commission .MeicliHiits;
agents for Llod's ami thu 1iveipool
Underwriters, llrltish and Poreipn In.
suranco Company, and Ndrthcrn Ansur.
anco Company. 71
I?D. IIOFFSCHLAEGER A CO.,
- JiniJorturHiindConiiiiissloii Mcr-chaittt-,
H( nolulu, Oabu. 1
JOHN T. WATKHIIOUSE,
V Importer nnd Dealer in Oeneral
Morchandisc, Queen St., Honolului 1
T S. G R I N H A U M & C O.,
1X Importers of npneral Mer
chandise niid Commission MerchautH,
TVT S. GUINBAUM & co7,
J-'-- Commission Morcliants, 211
Callfoinlu street, San Francisco,
1? T. L E N E HAN & C O .,
- Importers and Commission Mcr.
chants, Nuuaiiu st., Honolulu. 1
8. N. CMtlc. J. II. Athcrton.
n A S T L E & C 0 O K E ,
Sliliplng and Cominlsslon Mer.
chimin. Importers and Dealers in Gun.
cr.d MerehandUe, No. 80 King street,
ING WO CHAN & Co.,
Importers nnd Oeneral Dealers
in English. American apd Chinese Pro
visions, Plantation Tea and General
Supplies. Also, white and colored con
tract matting, all qualities and prices.
Bfay Xo. 22 Nuuanti Street, opposite
Mr. Afong's. 81
Ii.n.Wllllsms, A.CIiombroUSfc, W.Ii.DininnTl
WILLIAMS, DIMONI) & Co..
Shipping and Coinmhslou Mer
chants, Union Block, corner Pino and
Market streets, San Prauciscq, Cal.
Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
PaclUc Steam Nailgutlnu Company,
Cunardltoyal Mall Ste:(msliip Company
Cal. lino of Packets from 'Now York,
Hawaiian Hue of Packets,
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Marine insurance Coi.of London. 71
QHARLES T. (SUL1CK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
AND OKNT.HAL HUSIXKSS AOKNT.
Office, InMakcc's'Ulock, cofnor Queen
and Kaahumauu streets. Honolulu. '21
TO UN A. HASSINGER,
Agent to take Acknowledgment to
Contracts for Labor, Intfrior lUee,
T E. WISEMAN, 27 Mercliant ht.
" Kcnl Estate Hroker. Employment
Agont and Ouneral OIllcc UuMness.
Telephone, No. 172.- , 10
Lilikalani Miinifesto !
of February, 1M82,
Transjatod by II. L. .Sheldon s publUhed
, by T, G, Thrum,
Trice., : : SX.reHtx.
May bo had at J. " KoVertson & Co's
PEOPLE'S LINE OK
tST OMNUIUSS 15 H -T53
Jamks Doid, ... Piojitlelor.
NUUANU VAM.KV ROUTHi
Up IrlpK: Luao W. (I, lrln A, OoV.
A.M. OilO, 7:00, 8:00, 10:30.
r.M. 12:0,"), 2:00, 4:00, 0:10, (i:30, 0:00
Down trtpx: Lent p lies, of .1.11, Puty.
a.m. (ii.W, 7:110, BsIlO, 11 :00.
CM. 12:15, 2:110, 4:10, 5:-10, 7 -.00, 0:20
Sl'NDAY TiMH TAllU:.
tip trips: l,ene Y. (1. Irwin & C.o't.
a.m. 0:00, 10:00.
r.M. 12:10, 2:00, .1:00, C.t'M, S:10.
Down trips; I,unu Hcs. of J II. Pair, '
A.M. 9:TO, 10:80.
l'.M. 12:10, 2:.J.0, .1:30, 7:10, 0:10.
MP.IIETAXIA & PCKAHOC ST. llOUTR
Up trips: Ltftic W G Imlii .t Go's,
a.m. G:00, 0:00, 7:10, 10:00.
P.M. 12:0.'., 2:00, 1:00, 5:10, :I0, 10:
I)ouu trips: Lino l'uiiiilinn utrcot,
A.M. 0::i0, 7:2.', 8.10, 11:10.
P.M. 12 : 15, II :10, 1 :;I0, 0 :10,7 :10,10:20
Sl'NDAY TlMU TaHI.K.
Leae the Stables, cor. Port and Hotel
sts., for Punahou Sticet, Long Itrauclt
Kaths, faic 00 cts., baths Included:
a.m. R:30 to Walklklj 0:00, 10:00.
P.M. 2:00, 4:00 to Walklki: 0:15
Down trips: Lcmc Pnnsbun street, '
a.m. 8:00, 0:30, 10:M.
p.m. 12:10, :):I0, C:0, 7:10, 0:00.
Out trip?: Leave W. G. Irwin iCo.'a
a.m. 7: IR, 10:00. 'w
P.M. 2:00, 0:10.
Down trips: Leave Walklki. ,
a. M. 8:20, 10:00.
p. M. 2:00, fi:r0.
Sunday trips: Leave atahlos.
a. m. 0:110. . . "
P.M. 2:00, 1:00.
Leao WalkllJ: (
a.m. 7:10. '
p.m. 2:50, 5:10.
Tlln r.nntr ltr.tnnli ltnMiQ -n 111 lit. tltntAf.
S. DOLE, Lawjcr and Notary I'uli- 4
He, N'o. 15 Kaahimiiiuu st. II
T M. DAVIDSU.NT,Atturnov :tl
'-' ' 24 Muicliaut sticet.
7RANCIS M. HATCH, Attorney i
in. j.aw, 10 ia.iiuunauu st. 2.1
TOIIX HUSSP.LL. Attorney nf Law, f
"J Oillce, coiner of Poit and Merchant ,
sweets jip ht.nr-,1
TIGIIAK1) V. H1CKERTON,
-Attoinpy and Counsellor at Law.
Money to lend ou Mm (gages of Pi co
lloids. Olllcii, No. 31 Merchant st. 1
riECTL BKOWK, ATTORNEY
-s and Counsellor at Law, Notarv Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of
Oahu. No. 8 Kaahumauu street, Hono
ILLIAM O. SMITH, Attor
ney at Law, No. 3C Merchant
street. la im
r. IIAGAN, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
Ofllce, 225 Port sttect. OIllcc hours ,V
from 10 to 12 a.m.; and 3 ton p.m. '
ltc-.lilonci' I'll Kmiiiiiii tt lot i
K. G. THOUSSEAU begs to notify J
his friends Hint lie bus rnnnmH F
ptactlce In Honolulu. JteMdcncc and i
consulting rooms, No. 73 Punchbowl st,
opposite the linkal gale of the Queen's '
Hospital. C)iisiililng-hour.s fioiu a.iu
to 12. Ti-leplioiio No. lii.l. ,ii; lm '
DK. TIMEKSON, icsidcnqo and con- ,
sultttlon rooms at No. 2 Kukul fct., i
coiner of I'oit. .
Telephone No. 140. r!2m
A FULLER, Surveyor ifor iJiuvnu
-t'x Veritas. ' , 71 V
TRAY TAYLOl!.' Teacher of Plaiio-
fortn mill (IrL'llll. Timlnir In nil i"
i " """ i to vm,
1 ttu llftlllftl i ... n iii
W E. IKWKLT., CoriHiItiiig amlj
' ' Coiwtruttimr Eiii'lneer: ntilcitl
38 Meiehiiut M(icet. , ' J?(j"2inil
M. T. MoChoBnev & Son '
Pl01iliitnvH llniinlnlii 'Piiinnr. .'j
Doalets iu Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Alo, Gioi'or.ios, Prnviijnnj '. .? 3
!?iiit, etc., etc,, etc. ,