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IIOXOLULU, II. L, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1882.
SO I'rntn prr Month.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Is published every morning by the
Daily llci.i.ivriN Puhlibuino.Co.,
and circulated throughout the town, mid
forwarded to the oilier Inlands by every
Subscription, Ii0 ctn. per month.
Q. Caiison Kknyo.v, . Editor.
All business communication to be ml.
dresed, Manager Dally BhIIcUii, Post
Olllcu Hox No. M.
J. (5. L'l.KVion, Manager.
THE JOKING PARSON.
On being settled at his small living
in Yorkshire, Sydney Smith willingly
assisted his neighbors in their duties.
On an occasion of this kind he dined
with tlie incumbent on the preceding
Saturday, and the evening was passed
in great hilarity, the squire by name
Kershaw being conspicuous for his
loud enjoyment of the stranger's
" 1 am very glad that I have amused
you, " said Air. Sydney .Smith at
nt parting; " but yon must not
lauli at my sermon to-morrow."
"I should hope I know the dif
ference between here and at the
church," replied the gentleman,
"I am not so sure of that," replied
"I'll bet you a guinea on it," said
"I take you," said the divine.
Next day the preacher ascended
lie steps of the pulpit, apparently
Buffering with n cold, with his hand
kerchief to Ills face, and at once
sneezed out the name of Kershaw
several times in different intonations.
This ingenious assumption of the
readiness with which a man . would
rccoguizo his own name in sounds
imperceptible to the cars of others
.proved accurate. The poor gentle
man burst into a guffaw, to the scan
dal of the congregation, and the
minister, after looking at him with
stern reproach, proceeded with his
A correspondent of the London
" Spectator" writes: It is refreshing
to h ar of a genuine conversion, if it
bo from darkness to light, especially
when it is speedy and complete. A
few years ago a friend of mine was
taking a country walk with a friend,
a clergyman, when the latter sud
denly wheeled round his face toward
home, with tbo remark, "Let us go
back, I'm tired; was called up in
the middle of the night baptise a
child that was dying." "Wcro you
in time?" asked my friend. "Just,"
was the reply; "another half minute,
and 1 sliould have been too late."
"And ifjyou had been, what then?"
"Wliy,.tnoii, I suppose the poor lit
tle thiiHr would nave been lost."
Eternally?" "Well, yes, according
to ourfbelicf." "May I ask what
sort ufgboots you wcarC said mv
fricuil"l$notB? Elastic side, nways.'
"Nov7 suppose you wore laced, and
tlievJtad taken two minutes to put
'S ..l.!l.l 1.1 I I .1 ' I
mi, tilt: 1:111111 woiim nuvii ucuu iiuuii,
finrlilAKt ntnriinllv. nv?" 'That's a
pcpulinr viow of the question : 1
.must think over my poMtion. J wo
days after tho olonrvnian met mv
friend, and said, "1 have thought
that matter over, and must alter my
viow. The boots did it."
Z3T A full line of Hoy's, Youth' and
Young Men's Clothing, Jtnt iceclved pur
steamer Suez, at tho Honolulu Clothing
Emporium of A. M. Mm.is. 5202 2w
J. M. MONSABRAT,
ATTOHXKY AT LAW ami Notary
Ileal Estate m any part of the. Kingdom
bought, sold mill lraed, on
Legal Document Drawn.
No. 27 Merchant St. (Gazette Mock),
1)( Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
CHAMPAGNE CIDER I
So favorably known throughout the
Hawaiian Wands. Sold by all
Ko.13 Liliha St., Honolulu , 71
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All tho Latest Novelties in Fancy -Goods
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
A. uU. JIJJJjLIS, Jiojieto)',
Importer and Dealer in Clothing,
Dry Goods, Eancy Goods,
and Staple Goods, cvre.
All the Latest Novelties by every steamer.
A. M. MELLIS, 101
J. "W. Yai'iulley,
rpjCAUHKU OF .MUSIC, VIOLIN,
JL and the
Ci'ltivation or Tin: Yoici:.
Instruction nNogixen In Sight Heading,
Choir, Chorus and Part Singing.
For pniticular applv at
201 lm WALLS' Music Store.
J EWEbER.Ao PT 1 0 1 AN,
Dealer hi Hawaii. m Curiosities.
Store In the "Hawaiian Gazette" bulld
14 lug, opposite the Hank.
Clias. .1). CJeinseh,
Practical :j Watchmaker.
USB' Hotel Street, opposite the
12:1 Um International Hotel. '
D. W. CLARK,
Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Always on hand a nice .flunk of
SGWatches, Clocks and Jewolry.-XSa
Hepalrlng Watches and Clocks a Spuci-
aty, No. .. Hotel Street. :I2
Telephone, Xo. 240.
Artesian Ice Works
7CB DKLIVKItFl) to all parts of the
i'lty mul Miliurl at all hours of the
.. . 1 . 11 ;
iili,ij fi-nni tltn jitliiii Ikliiiwlc nt'ititint.
lv attended to. '
Olllce at W. lv. Fosti'.h'h, Saddler. I
Fort street. . '
ir0 Telephone No. 111. 2in
HONOIAM.r ICK MANl'FAtTOltY.
Ice ih'livered to all parts of the
Cltv. Shlppliu: supplied lu ipiautitles
to Mill. Telephone. No. G3. Olllce at
Wilder A Co.'s. 18
"" FIRE WOO DI
Lt llO n Cord.
S. M. CAHTKH,
17 1'. M.S. 9. Whaif,
Received by every steamer.
Fost Mrect, Honolulu.
C A!. CiHihv.
T KWBHS & COOKE,
-"-" (siiet'ihors to Lewers & DIckmiii,)
Importers ami Dealers In I.uiuIht and all
kinds of lliiihllng Materials, Fort street,
HouoIiiIk , , 1
WILD K I& C J. , Dealer7iii
Lumber, 1'alnts, Oils, Nails, Salt
and llulldlng Materials of every kind,
cor. Fort and Queen sis., Huiiuhflu. 1
ALLKN & HOU1NSON, Dealers in
Liimbor and all kinds of BtiildhiL'
Material-, PmIiiIs, Oils, NnlU, etc.
HOLMSTKll & Co.. Wholesale
and Hetall Druggists, and Import
ers of Fine Tobaccos and Cigars, and
MaiiiJa.'inrcr;. of tfi.da Water, Ginger
Aie, i&c, ie 1:
EltOWN oclMIILLII'S, Practical
Plumlieis, OasFittersnnd Cupper
HUiitliH, No. IS NuuimuM.. Honolulu.
nouse ami snip jou worn promptly'
)jv int. vii.iv 1 ., .ii, cv rinb M.
1I! cmviw ' on T.V.... ...
impoi" it anil ui'.aier 111 lioni's,
Ladles' and (Iliildrcu's boots, shoes and
DKOWN & CO., Importers and
J Dealers lu Ah."1, Wines and S
Xo. 0 Merchant ft.. Honolulu.
AVorksCo. Steam engines, sugar
mills, boilers, coolers, iron, brass
lead cu-tlngs; maciitaery tit every
description inaile to order. Particular
attention paid to Miin's l.iluckkmitliiiig.
Job ork execuled on short notice. 1
A. S. CLEGHOKN & Co.
Havij received a large assortment of
to suit nil clashes of puicliaer, per S. S.
' Per hktne Kureka. a full line of
I Silk,-meilm and cotton.
1 Paiama Suits. VAo.
01 A. W. ItlchaiiNon A co.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, (as Fitter, Ac.
Stoves and Ranges
of all hinds.
Plumbers' stock anil metals.
House KuriifcliiiiK (1 ootid,
7" l-liauiloliiirs, LanipH, Ac.
rpHE Iliiwaiinn.lourniil, ' KoIIa
I waii I'ai: Ai.va," owned ami
tlititil -by Knwaiuiii HroH. ; lias a
weekly I'tlition of !l,'i(ltl (!opi(s, and
in the lu-M nilvcrtisiiijr medium. Of
ike, No. (5 Merchant st. - 1
(leo. W. Mtiefarlane. II. It. Maefarlanc.
G. W. MACZARLANE & Co.
IMPOHTKItS. COMMISSION MEH
, CHANTS and
Fire.Proof llullding, 02 Queen Htreel,
Honolulu. II. 1.
The 'Wiiikapu Sugar Plantation. Maul,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
The Heeia Sugar Plantation, Oahu,
Huelo Sugar Mill, Maul,
Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Puuloa Sheep Itaneh Co., Ilnwali,
J. Fowler it Co. Steam l'low and Port
able Tramway Works, Leeds,
Mlrrlees Watson ifcCo'n Sugar Maehln
Obi'.gow ami Honolulu Line of Paskcts.
Clau SUTi'Cktl-. Wm. (l. Irwin.
WM. G. I It WIN & COMPANY,
Sugar Faetorn and Conmilssion
Agents, Honolulu. 1
HIIACKPKLI) & COJIPANY,
General Coininlsslwi Agents,
Queeu stroet, Honolulu. 1
AS. CMiGIIOJtN & Co., Importers
and Uoininlsion Morehants, Deal
ers in General Me rehamlNc, Queen ami
Kaahumauu sts.. Honolulu. 78
II. A. I. Curler. I'.
n It E W K H
Sh!ptiin;iind Comnilsston Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
rpiIKO. 11. DAVIKS & c6"lmio7t
.1 ers and Commission JIereliauts:
agents for Lloyd's and the Liverpool
Underwriters, British and Foreign In.
suranee Company, and Northern Assur
anen Company. 71
JOHN T. WATERIIOUSE,
" Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
"ivr s. ynixuAUM & co.,
J-TX Iniporters of General Mer
chandise aiitl Coninilsaion Merchants
vi .s. (iltlNUAUM & CO
1 '-M- 1
TT T. L H N E HAN & C 0 .,
- Importers and Commisiloa Mer-
ennuis, iMiiianust., Honolulu
S. N. CiiMlc.
J. n. Athcrtun.
& C () O K V.
n A S T I. E
Shlnninir and ('unimlulim Mn,
eiiiuiis. unnoriers am Ilea era n O....
! (Till Mereliaudise, No. 80 King street
j Honolulu. 1
7 1 NO WO CHAN & (W.
Inipoiteisnnd Genenil Dealers
, In Kugllsh. American ami Chinese v
visions, I'lantatlon Tea and General
Supplies. A No, uhlti! and colored eon-
tract matting, all iiualltles and prices.
WiV" Xo. 22 Nuuaint Street, opposite
Mr. Afong's. m
li.ll.Wllllniak, AfClinriiliroush, n.II. Dlmaail
WILLIAMS, DIMONI) & Co..
T ' Shipping and Comuilsslou Mer
chants, Fiilou Hloek, corner Pine and
Market streets. San Francisco, Cal.
Paeltle Mall Steamshln Comnanv.
Paellle Steam Navigation Cnnipnny,
Ciinard Itoyal Mall Sleniiinlilp Coinpa
Cal. line of Packets from New York,
Hawaiian iiuu 01 r.iOKCis,
China Traders InsuraneeCo. (limited),
Marine In.-iinmce Co. of London. 7
G L L I C K ,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
AND GKNI'.UAL HVSIXESS AGKXT.
Olllce. In Makee's Illock. corner Queen
and Kaahumauu stn-jts. Honolulu. 21
JOHN A. HASSINOEH
" Agent to take Acknowledgments ti
Contracts for Labor.
To Planters and Others,
T? K KT I L 1 7. K It S . Sl'PKHPHOS
L 'I'HATUS and HONKMEAL,
For falo In quantities to suit puichiiHT
.81 lm Queen 5trceit
PEOPLE'S LINK OF
S6T O M N 1 IJ U S S E S -
Jamks DiHin, - - Pro)irietor.
NUUANU VALLKV KOUTK:
Up tripx: I.cmp V. (l. Irwin & CV.
A.M. 0:15, 7:00, 8:00, 0:;l().
r.M. 12 :0."i( 2 :00, 4 :00, C : 10. (I fM, '.) :00
Dirnn trllm: I.nno Uvo. irj. II. l'aly,
A.M. 0:ao, 7:110, 8:110, :00.
l'.M. 12:45, 2:110, 4 i40,r:40, 7:00, t:ao
Si'miay Time Taiii.k.
Up trl; Leave V,'. O. Irwin & Co's.
a.m. 0:00, 10:00.
P.M. 12:10, 2:00, 1:00, C::i0, S:15.
Diiwii trlpKj I,uau Hon. of J. j, iaV.
a.m. !::!(), 10:!I0. "
r.M.-12:15, 2::t0, 4:30, 7:10, 0:10.
HKIIKTANIA PUNAHOU ST. JIOUTE
Up trlpj: I.u.wu W C Irulu ,t (V.
A.M. 0:00, (1:60, 7:45, 10:00.
P.M. 12:0.-., 2:00, 4:00, r.:10, (1:45,10:
Down trip: I.vae l'uimlioii tiwt,
A.M. 0::i0, 7:2.'., 8.40, 11:10.
P.M. 12:4ri,:I0,. 1:30, 0:10,7:10,10:20
Suxiiay Timi: Taiilk.
Leave tho Stables, cor. Fort and Hotel
Ms., for Punahou Stivet, LongHrancli
Ilaths, fare r.O ets., baths included
A.M. 0:110 to Walklki; !l:()0, I0:00
i;.M.-2:00. 4:00 to Walklkl; Ci45
Hi.mii trlpn: Lchm. Puniihim stri'ti,
a.m. 8:00, 0:110, 10::m.
p.m. 12:10, :i:l(), 5:::o, 7:10, 0:00.
Out trips: Leave W. G. Irwin . Co.'a
a. M. 7:4, 10:00.
P.M. 2:00, AMI).
Down trips: Leave Walklkl.
a. m. 8:20, 10:.-,u.
P. M. 2:50, 5 :.')(). ;
Sunday trips : Leave Ublea.
a. m. i!::i0.
1'. M. 2:00, 4:00.
Leave Walklkl :
a. M. 7:40.
p.m. 2: no, 5:10.
The Long Uraneh Ilaths will be tho ter
S1,- r,v0,i,J' TJvytir and Notary Pub".
He, No. 15 Kaalnimanu st. n
J M. DAVHXSON.Attoit.cyatLaw
v -'4 Merchnnt street. a
"pitANOiS M. HATCH, Attorney
- at Law, 10 Kiuhumanu Bt. s
.TnmN KUSSKLL. Attorney t Law,
tf Olllce, corner of Fort and Meroliaut
oueeiH (up bt.'lirs)
lift (J III
"D1C1IAKD F. niCKEUTON,
- Attorney and Couuselloi at I aw.
Mijney to lend on Moitgages ofFne
1'Qld.s. Olllce, K. ;i4 Meiehant st . 1
QECIL BltOWN, A'lTOHNEY
y and Counsellor at Law, Nofarv Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of
Oaliti. o. 8 Kiialiuiaanu street, Hono
ILLIAM O. SMITH, Attor-
noy ut Law, No. Ilfi Merelmnt
HtrcC!t' Til lm
M. IIAGAN, 31. D..
Physician & Surgeon,
Olllce, 223 Fort street. Ofllcc" liouu
from 10 to 12 a.m.; and ;i toft j-.m
Hc.sldciico 104 Niiuauu st. 101
Dl.G. TIlorssEAU begMo notlfv
Ids IrleiuN that he has resumeJi
practice lu Honolulu, llesldenco and
conii ting rooms, No. 7:1 Punchbowl st,
to 12. '1 eli'pliiiue No. 10:1. cc lm
DU. KMKKSO.V. icsldence and ctm
sultallon rooms nt No. 2 Kukul M
cornerof Fort. '
Telephone No. 140.
' ' 2m
A Wy'EK, Surveyor or Hitreuu
J- erltas. 7l
"ly KAY TAYLOIt. iTcaeher of Pbmrw
" forte and Organ. Tuning in all
W B. IKAVK LL. Consultine; 1
. ' t'otistnictln- Knglneeri
'.18 Merchant street
J. WILLIAMS & Co.
120 Fort Street, . . Honolulu,'
Portrait ami londscapo
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