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HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1882.
SO I'tBls jut Month.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Is published every morning by tlic
Daily Bumxtin Puiim-siuno Co.,
and circulated throughout the town, and
forwarded to the other Island by every
Subscription, CO cts. per month.
G. C'AiihON Ken vox, Editor.
All business communication1 to be ad.
dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Poit
Ofllco Box No. II.
J. G. Clevioh, Manager.
Ismaima, Sept. 3. Ail engineer
ofllecr who was found wounded,
after tying forty-eight hours on the
Ka6Bn6sin battle-field, states that
Arahi Pnshn informed the men who
participated In that fight that there
wcic only two weak British regi
ments at the fort, and there vras
plenty of time to drive the Christ!-,
wis into the sea. The officer thinks
At aid's army is utterly demoralized,
lie says the Egyptian General In
variably places irregulars In frout,
in order that the regulars may fire
upon thorn if they show cowardice.
This statement is confirmed by what
has been seen, and by the fact that
almost all the prisoners in the hands
of the British arc irregulars. The
Egyptians had an advance post be
tween Knssasstn and Tel-cl-Kchir,
but it was stated in camp to-day
that their troops had been withdrawn
by train. The British are taking
supplies, but everything is paid for.
Arabi Pasha's lino extends from El
Kariam by Kishlar to Tel-el-lvebir.
His position has been thoroughly rc
connoitercd by the British cavalry.
New-York, Sept. 3. A special
from London of the 2d says: The
rapid movement from Ismailia to
Kassassin has outrun the transport
service once more, and has shown
that transport continues to he a
weak point of the English. In two
respects the critics seriously blame
"Wolselcy first, because, though
knowing Arabi Pasha's strength in
artillery, he refrained from taking
more than four or live 511113 into
action. Continental opinion con
demns Wolseley for neglecting to
use his artillery. Some critics blame
him for. failing to bring oft the cap
tured guns from Kassassin. The
heavy cavalry niado a brilliant and
successful charge, but lost their
heads in the excitement of the chase
after the flying Egyptians, and per
mitted the enemy to withdraw twelve
cannon whoc gunners had been
sabered. Military opinion regards
this as a ludicrous oversight.
Wolseley is evidently now gather
ing himself together for a forward
move next week, when he will have
15,000 soldiers and thirty guns at
the front. By a strange oversight
Rcveral battalions were omitted, but,
now they have been sent for from'
Ismailia and Alexandria. At the
latter place.i;jir4 Evelyn Wood in
strongly intreijcfied. The withdrawal
of the Highlander brigade left him
almost denuded of troops, and in
absolute anxiety if a Vising in town
should be conducted with a simulta
neous attack from Kal'r-cl-Dvar.
Fortunately reinforcements are being
Bent, and the ri.sk may be tided over
for a day or two.
.Skit. 5. A London cable says of
General Wolseley's campaign : Even
militnr.v observers find it diflleult to
comprehend the plans of the Com
mander when they are announced
simultaneously as offensive and de
fensive, and when a Inter dispatch
informs us that tiie British position
at Kassassin is so formidable that it
Is hoped Arabi may test his strength
against it, the reader's mystification
increases. The reportn regarding
the health of the troops aro equally
conflicting. Wolseley says that the.
health of the troops at the front ih
good, and follows this by a state
ment that he is clearing out the hos
pitals and sending away the wouud
( Continued on page 4.)
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
A. iJf. MELLIS, Proprietor,
orter and Dealer
AH the Latest Novelties by every steamer.
A. M. MELLIS, 104
JEWELER, (fS OPTICIAN,
Dealer In Hawaiian Cariosities.
Store in the "Hawaiian Gazette" build
11 log, opposite the Bank.
Chns. D. Gcmsch,
Practical ftf$) "Watchmaker.
ES? Hotel Street, opposite the
123 am International Hotel. S3U
D. W. CLAEX,
Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Always on hand a nice stock of
tQWatches, Clocks and JowelryvTBa
Repairing Watches and Clocks a Speci
alty, No. 55 Hotel Street. 32
Artesian Ice Works
TCi: DELIVERED to nil parts of the
1 city anil suburbs at nil hours of the
Orders from the other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
Cilice at V. E. Fosteh's, Saddler,
15C Telephone N'o. 111. 2m
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ice delivered to all parts of the
Cltv. Shlopln supplied In quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. 58. Ollit-c at
Wilder & Co.V. 18
CHAMPAGNE CIDER 1'
So favorably hnown throughout the
Hawaiian Iflr.nds. Sold by nil
No. 13 Liliha st., Honolulu 71
i I. L PERSONS SEEKING
- Employment, anil (ill parties either
u liont) ultt "oi uttuynf tho iMlaaiU in
the. (iriiup in wint of Employee will
plMfe make their want known to the
jiidcr-lqiuil, who will do all in their
power to llll their order?.
l O. .Imios. jr.. J. 11. Athcrton. E. I.
Pilll'iirluiui, Krnplo;'nmt Committee V.
M. C. A. 1
Deceived by every steamer.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
and Staple Goods, &o.
Post ttrect, Honolulu.
Hobcrt Low em, !. II. Coohj.
LE W E R S & COOKE,
(successors to Lewcrs & Dickixin,)
importers and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds of Builnlsr Materials, 'ort itreet,
WILDER & Co., Dnalcra m
' Lumber, Palnu, Oils, Nails, Salt
and Building Materials of every kind,
cor. Fort and Queen an., Honolulu. I
ALLEN & ROBINSON, Dealers In
Lumbor and all kinds o Building
hTntnrliilu Ptittito Hila "NTolla otn 11
.....-., i....", ...j, .tain, tiv..
HOLLISTER & Co., Wholosnlo
and Retail Druggists, and Import
ers of Fine -Tobaccos and Cigars, and
Mani.fa.-mrcrs of lioda Water, OUiger
Ale, ic, iu. 18
BROWN & PHILLIPS, Practical
PlunibeiK, OnHKltteiH and Copper
smiths, No. IS Nuuimu st., Honolulu.
House and Ship Job Work promptly
ftCHR. GERTZ, No. SO Fort at.
V. tmpor'cr and dealer in Gunt's,
Ladles' and Children's boots, shoes and
BROWN & CO., Importers and
Dealers In Ales, Wines and Spirits,
No. 0 Merchant St.. Honolulu. 12
) Works Co. Steam engines, sugar
and lead castings; machinery of every
UCJCrl iiioii m;iue iu uiuci. xniiiwuiur
attention paid to tulp's bhcksmlthing.
Job vork executed on short notice. 1
A. S. CLEGEOEN & Co.
Havs received a large assortment of
to suit all classes of purchasers, per S. S.
Per bktue Eureka, a full lino of
Silk, merino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
A. W. Itlchnrdsou & co,
Tin, Copper and Bhcet Iron Workor,
Plumber, Gaa Filter, Ac.
Stoves and Ranges
of all Kindp.
'lumbers' stock and mctab,
Ilouso I'urnishinjf Go.'d,
7T Cliundelioi,'-, I.Htnpi, &c.
"'HE Hawjiiian.Iournnl, " Ko Ha
waii I ai: Ai.va, "wiii-i. nm!
edited by Kwaiinn Ur-i... ; ha- n
weekly c'dit:"n of tJ,S0O cufiioa, and
:. tlio !)!.: advertihinjr in dium. Of
fif;o, No. C Mt'folrWn -at. 1
trQqvwmifmmmvTwm.rxa3mawTfwiwmtm 9J.- mwJrwMJMM;;
Uco. V. Mncfnrlane 11. It. .Mucfiiilauc.
Q. "W. MACPAELANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER.
Flro-Proof Uuildln-', 02 Queen street,
Honolulu. H. I.
Tlio WalkapuSucar Plantation, Maul,
Thu Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
The lieeia Suear Plunlation, Oahu,
Huelo Sugar Mill, Maul,
Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maul,
Putiloa Slice)) Haueh Co., Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow and Port
able Tramway Works, Lccdi,
Mlrrlcea, Watson & Cos Sugar Machln
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of PackeU.
Clam Nt-rtckils. H'm. O. Iinln.
WM. G. IRWIN & COM PAN V,
" Sugar Factors and Cominlsuloii
Agents, Honolulu. I
HACKFELD & COMPANY,
General Conimlsslou Ageim,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
AS. CLEGHOKN & Co., Importers
and Gomnilbiion .Merchants, Deal
ers lu General Merchandise, Queen aud
Kaahumanu sts., Honolulu. 73
n.A I. Curler. P. C Jone.Jr.
p li R E W E R & CO.,
'Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
rpUKO. H. DAVIKS it CO., Import
JL era and Commission Merchants:
agents for Lloyd's aud the Liverpool
Underwriters, British and Foreign In
surance Company, and Northern Assur
anee Company. 71
JOHN T. WATERIIOUSE,
u Importer and Dealer' In General
Merchandise, Queen tt., Honolulu. 1
"rVf S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
--TJ- Importers of General Mcr
chandlMuadd Connnis.slon MerehaiilH,
M S. G It I N 15 A U AI & C O
J-,JL Commission Jlereliants,
P T. L 13 N EUAN ii C O .,
-"- Importers and Commission Mer
chnnts, Nuu.viu St., Honolulu. 1
S. N. f.'astle. J. . Atiivrtun.
n ASTLE & C O OKE.
Shipping and Coinmlhsion Mer-
ciianlc. importers and Dealers in (Jen.
eral Merehundise, No. 80 King street,
ftTING WO CHAN A- Co.,
V V Impoitcrs and General Dealers
In Kugllsh. Amnle.iii and Chinese Pro
visions, I'lantallon Tea and General
Supplies. Also, white and colored eon
tract mattlnjr. all qualities ujul prices.
EafNo. 22 Nuuaim Street, opposite.
Mr. Afoiifi's. 31
Ii.IiAVIIllamv, A.C'lmii:brou:l, . II. Dlmnml
WILLIAMS, Dl.MOND & Co..
' Shipping and Commission Mer
chants, Union Block, corner I'lnu and
Market 3treels, S.m Kranclsco, Cal.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company,
Pacltle Steam Navigation Company,
Cunaul Royal Mall Ste.imshlp Company
Oil. line of Packet from Kew York,
Hawaiian line of Packets,
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Marina Insurance Co. of London. 71
qhaki.es t. gulick,
Ae;cut to tuku Acknowledgments to
.xn (ir.xKiiAi. rtii.siNKss agent.
Oll'.cf. In M iheu'a liloek. cormr Queen
and Kaiitiuinanu strrts. tlonnlulu. 21
I Orl N A. IlAfsf N(T hTr.
'' A..iiit 1m !iKi rVnii.'nflirnH.n1l, In
('Mttrarir. tur Lalmr.
To Plnterti and Others.
T.n ?. k t n . 1 z e 1: :") .- 'i p i:h p i i (a
l I'UATK.-. aud IIONKMLA I.,
"ir tela lu quiiatl Ihi lo . 1 1 puriil'.iiH'f
By M. R. OKINUAUU S (1 .
i'Jl lu ' ' ' Qucca ut.-eot.
PEOPLE'S LINE OF
James Dodd, - - Proprietor.
NUUANU VALLEY ItOUTL':
Up trlp: I ran- V. O. Iniln ft Co'h.
a.m. C:ir,, 7:00, 8:00, 10:!'.0.
r.M. lS:Ori,L':C0, -1:00, 5:10. 0:30, 9:00
Down trip: l.eiivi- I(r r J. 11. J'my.
a.m. o-.no. 7:::o, S:;to, 11:00.
I-.M. 1L':40, 2::;o, 4 :I0, 0:10, 7:00,'J:20
Sunday TtMi: Tauli:.
Dp trlpn; Lome W. 0. Irwin A Co'.
A.M. 0:00, 10:00.
l-.M. 1L':10, J:00, -1:00, G:30, 8:16.
Down irltiK: Lome lti-. uf J. ri. TatT.
A.M. J::t0. 10:S0.
r.M.-ll!:43, i!:l(0, .1:30, 7:10, 9:10.
B15IIETAN1A&PUNAHOU ST. BOUTE
Dp tflp: I.i-nip W O Irin X C'o'c,
A.M. 0:00, 0:10, 7:15, 10:00.
I'.M. 12:0.-, li:00, 1:00, u:10, Gslfi, 10:
Don trlp t lxtLe I'unubiiu ttivct,
A.M. 0:30, 7:'JJ, 8.10. 11:10.
l-.M. 12 M, 3:10, 1:30, 0:10,7:10,10:20
Si'ttDAY Timi: Taiiu:.
Leave the Slublcs, cor. Port aud llotul
S-tS.. for PlinallOll Stll-nt. I.nnir I'. .
Baths, fare 0 cts., baths included
a.m. 0:30 to Walklkl; 0:00, 10:00
l'.M.-'.':00, 4:00 to Walklkl: C:46
Duivn trip: l.uap Pimnliuu Klrvi't,
a.m. S:00, r:30, 10:30.
l'.M. 12: 10, 3:10, Suiu. 7:10, 0:00.
Out trljis: Leae W. G. Invlu H CCa
A. M. 7:15, 10:00.
P. M 2:00, 5:10.
Down trips: Leave Walklkl.
a. M. S-.V0, 10:00.
1'. M. :ril), 5:30.
.Sunday trips : Leave stables.
A. M. C:30.
1'. M 2:00. 4-.C0.
Leave AVaikiki :
a. M. 7:40.
! m.-2:S0, 0:JO.
The Long Branch L'atlis will bu the tor
F4. .J'Vrr-'I-'nd Notary Pub
- ... , .... .. niiidiijuiniiu si.
M. I)AVIF)RON, Attorney at Law
1 ai Meichsmt Mrect. is
"pRANCIS AI. HATCH, Attornov
- at L.iw, IS Kaalummmi M. 23
TOHN' rtTISKKr.T. .m . 1
I O Olllee, c6viinr of Port and Mer-hant
nnv.-i-i v '! uurs) llnlim
OICHAUD V. HICKERTON,
-- VltnriiKV'inil 'iiiii.o.Ma, ..1 t ...
! AlODn.v in hi, on MnrtL':i"e of Frve
".'" """' -'". ') -weii'iiant ft.
TIECIL BROWN. ATTORNEY
and Coiins.ellornt l,nw, Xotarv Pub
lic, and Aseiit for lakln;; Ackr.ovvledi;
ments of Ins-nueents for the Islnml of
O.dui. No. H Kaahumanu sweet, Hono
ILL! AM O. SMITH, Attor-
11 oy at Law, No. 30 Merchant
&trcet. 7." im
M. ITAGAN, M. DM
PhtysiciaTi & Surgeon,
Ofllee. 223 Port street. Office hnui
from 10 to 12 a.m.: and 3 to.1 r.n
Boshlence IH! Nuuunn st. 101
II"-,"- THOITPSKAU bernto notify
- hi" friends that he 1-m resumeit
practice In llonobihi, BrslriPiiuo and
consulilii rooms, No. 73 Put'rhhowt ht,
ojipovllv tiie iual.nl ,-:ite of the Queen's
H(-pit.-il. Cf.D-ultlnjf hoiu-.i from !) n.ru
to 12. Tclcplioiie No. 13. f.r, ln
DR. ILMKIISOX. n-ldence ud cou
sultatioii rooinH at Jio, 2 Kulail frt
corner ol Port.
Teli-pliono .No. !.'. r.0 2m
f 1TLLEU, Surveyor for Rtireau
- - Verltiih. 7i
WP.AY TAYLOR. TcaclnioFTMano
; forte and Organ. Tunii)K in all
Its branches. .10 f!m
W K- "OWELL. Consulting nd
.J!," ou.struc!inK Bn-ineer: ofllco
:.S Mcrehanl Mrret. f0 2m
J. T7ILLIAMS & Co.
1M Fort Street, .' . nnr.olulu,
Portrait and Lnidwapo
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