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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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HONOLULU, II. I., TIIUltSDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1882.
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Q.'Oakbok'Kknvon, . Editor.
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dressed, Manngcr Daily Bulletin, Post
OIUcc Box No. 14. Telephone 250.
.1. G. Cluvioii, Manager.
ARRIVAL OF A NOTED MUSICIAN.
rrhcnSan Francisco Examiner
Says : Band Master Henry Bcrgcr of
tlio Hawaiian Army tu.-lvcil in this
city by the last steamer and is stop
ping at the Prcscott House. He is
ono of the most noted musicians of
the age,, and Is famous as tko com
poser of tho Hawaiian national hymn,
' Hawaii l'onoi," tho wortls of which
were written by no less a pcrsonngo
than His" Mnjcsty King Kalakaua.
Mr. Bcrgcr is P'tcwiso famous as tiic
organizer of tho Iloyal- Hawaiian
Military .Band of twontyeightf pieces,
and every member of tho band is a
pure native Hawaiian. An JSzumincr
representative was detailed to call
upon the noted musician, and the
meeting was characteristic, as tho
distinguished parlies conversed in
the effulgent and musical Hawaiian
language. "Aloha no oc," said the
press commissioner, in soft and s'1
vcry tones. A tropical smile arrayed
itself upon Mr. Bergcr's handsome
face as he responded with an enthu
siastic Vyilok maikni no." The
greetings over, tho reporter gleaned
some facts in regard to the Koyal
Hawaiian. Military Band which will
interest the reader. It was organized
ten years ago, at which time the
members were as ignorant of the
simplest rudiments of musio as tho
untutored Indian of the plains. Tlio
force of education, patience and per
sistence has had a striking result.
To-day, tho band can play the most
complicated music, and its members
arc at home with Bellini, Verdi,
Itossi, Wagner, Mozart, Beethoven,
Weber, Offenbach, Lccocq, Strauss,
and other masters of the divine art.
Eminent foreigners who have visited
Honolulu have paid tho highest com
pliments to this native baud, and
said that it could compare favorable
with thp very best European baiids.
It is claimed by tho Hnwniians,
native and foreigners, that their
military band excels any organiza
tion of the kind in San Francisco,
and it is probable that we may have
a teat of this next Summer as tho
Hawaiian Government has consented
to allow the bund to make n visit to
this city. The band is attached to the
military service of tlio Government,
and jta members receive from $U0 to
810 per month, according to prq
lluicncy. Tlio pay of Bandmaster
Bcrgcr is 6230 per month. The gen
tleman is a Prussian by birth, and
received, his. musical education in
Gcrimtny and France. Ho gives the
JIawaiiaus credit for great natural
talents ' for music, and says that it
only requires ceaseless patience to
make them lis perfect musician as
aio to, bo. found in Europe or Amer
ica. When he first commenced to
instruct tho members of the baud
they mauifescd a childish delight
and acted as if playing musio would
como tp them naturally. When thoj'
tliscovciod that application and con
stant diligence was demanded thoy
took to their work admirably. The
band plays, thrco times a week at
(uUio "concerts, on state occasions,
.mo at other times as necessity may
life. Tho members wear a rogu
unibrin, aro subject to strict
Hi, discipline and tlio ai tides
kJS. -Tho partnership heiclo.
-ling bctween-Cliln Lock
' ' under tho (Inn nnmoof
" 'i .i. n Ss Co.) is.icrcby dlh-
t '-v until consent, The Imsl-
p ' i" be curried on under tho
Ulll 1 11(111 1
liBJS CHAT, No. 43 Null.
Ilwk-luh', .t.!)l, J883.
i i '
B. F. EELERS & Co.,
All tho Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
LADIES OF HONOLULU
And the various islands.
MRS. A.M. MELLIS u ho Is admitted to bo tlio leading Millinery and Drew.
jpmiiKcr, monetae in iuo jvmgttom, uegs
incutis nun ncr now mock oi jscauuiui goons iccenuy ouicrcii arc now iicginuiiig
to arrive, which Include all the very latent French and American fashions in
Ladles' and Childien's bills mid bonnets and dress patients of rich and rare
MRS. MELLIS stvlclly superintends nil work, niid being always po thoroughly
competent and particular with her patrons' orders, it is not strange Hint all Ladies
of fashion and taste am her customers. ,
Ladles with their children arc Invited 'to rail nnd see samples of the new Fall
and Winter styles in her Millinery depmtment, and alo to t-cu the new and latest
plumes, feathers, trimmings, etc. Every pains tnken to please tho most fastcdlous
nnd nil work guaranteed in every respect.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
A. ilf. MELLIS, JPi'ojvietoi',
Bargains will be sold at tlio above Estab
lishment previous to the arrival of
the Holiday Goods !
A. M. MELLIS, 1W
CHARLES Jp HAMMER, '
M iiiiufnrtim-r nd dealer In all kinds of
Saddlery and Harness.
Orders from the other Islands promptly
20!) Corner Fort nnd King sts. ly
No Bush Whacking Here.
LIVES SAVED by pur.
From W. FENNELL, -&.
Practlcnl Mechanic, 02 King street.
ES"No Peter Funk stock here. 209
JEWELER, fe OPTICIAN,
Dealer in Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store In tho"IhiMalltiu Gazette" build
11 lug, opposite the Jlauk.
Ghns. B. Geniscli,
Praotical ) Watchmaker.
J5" Hotel Street, opposite the
t2J yni Intcinatlonal Hotel. -0
D. W. CLARK,
Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Always on hand a nice stock of
SOP-Watches, Clocks and Jowolry.-a
Itenalrlns Watches and Clocks a Snoel-
III1J , U. IH J1UIU1 OI1CCI.
Telephone, No. 2-10.
Artesian Ice Works
ICE DELIVERED to all parts of the
city and subuibs at all liomu of the
)rdcrs from tho other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
Olllee at W. E. Fostkh'b, Saddler,
150 Telophoiui No. 111. 3m
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTt inV.
Ice delivered to all pints of (lie
City. Shlpplm: supplied in ijuau'iities
to suit. Telephone, No. 5S. OJUvu at
AVlhlet- & Co.'s. ib
Cs Medium Bread,
ux Calbailcn, for sale In.
...... .tm.... 1. 1... -jp!
iiuaniiitva iv nun iiy
Ut. A. S. Cl.LUllOi;JK& Uu.
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
Received by ovory steamer,
icavo hi say 10 nor ninny numerous intiy
Fost street, Honolulu.
. ' TAILOR.
. :.:. Cooke.
LE W E R S & COOKE,
(successors to Lowers & Dlcksnn.)
Importc is and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds of Building Materials, Foil street,
WILDER & Co., Dealers 111
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt
and Uulldlng Materials of every kind,
cor. Fort and Queen t,td., Honolulu. 1
ALLEN & ROIJINSON, Dealers In
Lumber and all kinds of liuildiug
Materials Paints Oils Nail", ftc. 71
BROWN & I'lIILLIPS, Praotical
Pluinbcis, UaaFlttora and Copper
smiths, No. 8Nuuauust., Honolulu.
House and Ship Job Work promptly
1 vxiii. tjrx'jivii, ami. ou rurii si.
k. hnimr'i'r and dealer in (icnt's,
ftjrt titfii XT., on i..i. -i.
Ladies' and Chlldien's bouts, shoes and
BROWN & CO., Importers and
Dealers In Ales, Wines and Spirits,
No. : Merchant St., Honolulu. 12
"Works Co. Steam engines sugar
mills, boilers, cooleis, iron, brass
raid lead eii'-lings; machinery of cveiy
description made to order. Particular
attention paid to ship's bhickemithlng.
Jo'b work executed on short notice. 1
Uuggics, Carriages, Express Wagons
ami every kind of vehicles
and all kinds (A repairing done.
GH ENEUAL BLACK0MIT1IS.
J Homo Shooing a specialty
A llrst-class man being siHTlally engaged
for that work.
Ship and "Wagon woik faithfully
Shop on the Ilsphmadc, op. JIoppcrV.201
nrHK IlawaJian.Iouriial, 4v KoIIa
X wvn P.m. Aixa," owned and
edite I ly Kawaiuui JJios. ; has 11
weekly edition A D.SOO copies, and
is tin hust advertising medium. Of
lice, No. 1) Mus'luuit at, 1
ft -.. Ai I
I -It V .
Geo. W. Mncfnrlane. 11. It. Maefarlane!
0. W. MAOFARLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER.
Flrc-Proof Building, 52 Queen street,
Honolulu. H. I. '
Tho A aikapu Sugar Plantation, Maul,
lie Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
I lio Ileeln Sugar Plantation, Oaliu,
Mirrlces Wnt'.on i&Co's Sugar Machln
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets.
Clnti HrrcckfK " W'm.H.IrwIii."
WM. G. IIIWIN & COMPANY.
' ' Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Ilouolului i
XT IIACKFKLD & COMPANY,
- ni'lll'rill Pom....!..,!.... 4 '
'Qupiii street, Honolulu.
AS. Cr.EGHORX , Co., Importers
and Commission Merchants Deal
ers. In General Moichaiullsc, Queen and
knahiiuiann sts., Honolulu. 78
II. A. V. Cmlcr. 1 C. Joncn, Jr.
n B 11 E W E It & CO.,
V Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
rpHEO. II. DAVIES ,t CO., Impoil
J ers and Commission Merchants:
agents for Llovd'i and the Liverpool
Undcnvi iters, Iliitish and Foreign In
BiiraiiLc Conipiiny, nnd Northern Assur.
mice Company. 71
T O UN T. AVATERIIOUSI
Y Impoiter and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
IVI" S. G-RINHAUM & CO.,
,, Importers of General Mer-
eliniuliflc aitd Commission Merchants
k- , 1
TVT S. GKINJJAUM & CO.,
f'-f- ConimlHslon JMerclianls, 121
Ca lromiit street, San Francisco,
L H N K II A ts: x- .1 n
Imiiorlers and r'nunmsslmi it,.!-'
chants Nuuiinu tt,, Honolulu. 1
S.N.C'ni.lc. J.1I. Atlicrtnn.
A S T L E & ( ! ( ) o K v.
ShllmillL' ailll f'allllnivulnii M.,
chants. Imporleis and Dealers in Gen.
oral Mcrcliandibe, No.80 King etrect,
ING WO CHAN & Co..
? T Jinpoiteiv and General Dealeis
iiiEiiu'llsli. Aiueilciiinpd Chinese Pro
visions, Plantation Tea and General
Snppllen. Also, white and colored con
tract matting, all imll!les and prices.
COT No. 22 Nuuiinu Street, opposite
Mr. Afong's. m
n.II. William, A. CliacilirousH, )V. II, Dlmviid
W1LLTAMS, DIMONI) & (Jo..
' Shipping and Connnlssldii Mer
chants, Union Block,' corner I'inu and
Market streets, S.111 Fmncli-eo, Cal.
Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
l'.ielllc Steam Nailg.illou Company,
Cuiiard Royal Mall Steamship Company
Cal. line of Packet from Nuw York,
llawallanUInu of Packets,
China Tr.i Iei Iiisiinmee Co. (limited),
Marine Iiiyuauco Co. of London. 71
-A. S. CLEGHOEiVv&; Co.
Have lecclvcd a largo assoitmenl of
Colonial Saddles, v
to suit all classes of purchasers P"" S. S.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
I'luinbors' stock and metals,
Iloiibo Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lumps, &e.
Tnblu anTf Pio Frails,
Nice i.tHi (Jood-, su
Candlu l'hli, ! ilmun ami
P11: Pork In : 1 . '
Suitable for fa 1 Itch. Foi sale y
HO . S. CiiUlUOHN-
iiiMfl Ii'imijii b.-H teams
Iu UMfftt.'-'l'Ck'plwut N) OS. 15
iim-iii oij;iir .Hill, -unlit,
Iltielo Su-'iir Plantation. Maul.
Puuloa Slicep Ranch Co., Hawaii,
J. Fowler it Co. Shunt ll.i... ,i i...i
abloTranivinv U'mlai. I.n..iu
W AUSTIN WHITING, Attorney
ami Counsellor at Law.
Agent to tako acknowledgments of
Kaahtimnuu St., Honolulu. 209
J. M. MONSARRAT, '
A1TORNP.Y AT LAW and Notary'
Real Estate in any part of the KIngdo 1(
bought, sold nnd lcastd, on
Loans negotiated, "l
Legal Documents Drawn.
No. 27 Merchant A. (Gazette Block), ( ,j
lOU Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
SB. DOLE, Lawyer and Notary Puljl
lie, No. 15 Kaaliumauu st. 11
" 21 Merchant sticet. ' 16
TRUIANOIS M. HATCH, Attorney
- at Law, 15 Ka.ihumanu t. 33
JOHN HUSSr.Mi. Altoiney a.t Liht,'
Olllee, corner of Foit and Merchant
street (1111 siiilriO 11A (Snt
"O IOITAUD F. "lilCKKHTONY
' Attorney nnd Coiuihellor nt Imir.'
Money to lend 011 Moilgiige.s of Free-,
holds. Oll!co, No. ?A Meicliiuit wt.'l
CECIL BROWN, ATIORNEY,
and Counsellor nt Law, Notary Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of
Oabu. No. S Kaaliuiii.iuu stieet, Hono
WILLI AjToT" SMITH, Attor-1
ney at Law, No. 3G Merchant
street. 73 lm
Dili G. TROUSSEAU begs to nrllfy'
his friends that he has resumtil
practice In ' Honolulu. Residence and
consulting rooms, No. 71! Punchbowl Nti '
opposite tlio makal gate of tho Qifbeu'a;
iiusiuuii. viuusiiuiiiig iiiiius irom 11 n.m
to IL'. Telephone No. las.
TTR. EMERSON, residence and coiv
-r..'ijjitoii.!, jt-.sittv:iit:i; itiitl t:tiuf
ultatlon rooms tit No. 2 Kukul st..'t
coiner 01 1 ore. ,M,
Telephone No. 1 10. "9 2m;
A FULLER, Surveyor for Bureau
it. v. iunimuy, "ills-
rpEACHER OF MUSIC, VIOLIN;
t iir tr. -ii
JL. 1111(1 UIU I f
Cultivation ok tiu: Voici'. V '&
Instruction albo given in Sight Readlngl'5!
Choir, Choi us nnd Part Singing. . u
For particulars apply at
Ml lm WKIjNS' Music Store.. '
yy-RAY TAYLOR, TeScher of Plano-
'' forte and Organ. Tuning in all
Hs hr.iuclies. .o (Jin
W E. HOWELL, Consulting nnd
' Coiistiuetlng Engineers oillco
KS Mci chant sticet
J. WILLIAMS & Co.
120 Foil Sticet, . . Honoluhti,,
Portrait and Landscape I
lb() ly )
QHARL,l:s T. GUUCKf,
NOTARY PUBLIC, J
Agent to lake Acknow ledgments to Ni
Labor Contracts, 1 J
AND GENT.HAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Olllee, In Makee's Block, corner Queen
and Kaahunmnii stilts. Honoluln. 21
WriLHAM AULI), Agent to
T 1 take Acknowledgments to Con.
tracts for Labor for tlio District of Konn
Island of Oahii, at tho oillco of the Hono.
lulu A atcr Works toot of Nuuanii st.
JOHN A. HASS1NGBB,
" Agent to take Aeknowledgmenli to
Conliiiits for Labor. Intel lor '.ifllcc,
Honolulu. ,, 7
- J i' .
tit c. akaW .'
YV Chinese iinHnwailu' '
lator and Iiitcri0 "
No. 18 KliiL'Mieet. )Ionoluft..
Tianslatlons of cither of the above
languages made with accuracy and diftf
patch, and on icasonablu teims. 20,v
r H. BRUNS, Cooper and Gainicr. '
it Water Tanks of any dimensions,
Coopeiage. No. 19 Fort street,
Oil Casks, Sliooks and Hoop Iron con.
221 stautly 011 hand and for sale, ly '
A FRESH LOT OF WATERS' "
Just received nt
A. S. Cloghorn & Co's,
.181 perS.S. Aiuisnlia.
Iff; W. McChosnoy & Son,
'ropyietors Hono nlu Tannery;
Hers m Hales, Tallow & Leather.
lad1, Groceries, Provisions! etc.
bait, etc., etc.,
.Gent's Evcnlns, Dress Coats and
SuilWiyo hud at the Honolulu Cloth. "
littrr.niiKniuiu oi A. ii, M-LLis, No. 101
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