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HONOLULU, U. T., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1883.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
WALTER BILL, Proprietor.
Is published every morning nntl clrcu.
lntcd throughout the town by carriers,
nnd forwarded to tho other Islands by
Subscription 60 cent per Month.
0. Oa'iipon Kenvon, Editor. m
All business communications to bo ad
dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post
Oftlce Box No. 14. Telephone 255.
Ofllre, - - - lnccn Ntroct,
Opposite West's Currlngo Factory.
J. G. Clkviok, Manager
STEAMSHIP LOST AT SEA.
London, January 2 1st The details
of the Gimbria disaster show that
the loss of life must have been fear
ful. A dispatch from Hamburg,
sent by tho Hamburg-American
Steamship Company, says: The
Cimbria left Hamburg on Thursday i
fritli? 880 passengers' nnd"tT crew
numbering 110. She . ran aground
Vcforo leaving the Elbe, but not off
with tho flood tide, with the assis
tance of tho steamer Hansa, without
damage, and she put to 'sea at half
past two o'clock in the afternoon.
On Friday niornjng she came into
collision, dining a thick, fog, off the
island of Borkum, with the steamer
Sultan. Tho Cimbria sustained such
sorerc injuries in the collision that
it at once became apparent that sho
must sink almost immediately. Tho
officers, therefore, did all in their
power to save lives. Without a
moment's loss of time life-belts
were distributed among the passen
gers and an order given to lower
tho boats. This, however, in conse
quents of the vessel keeling over
on her side, was found to bo very
difficult on one side and absolutely
impossible on the other. As the
Second Officer was still engaged in
cutting the spars loose, so there
should be as much driftwood as
possible for' the people to cling to
when tho inevitable foundering
should occur thej vessel went down
under bis feet. Ho seized a spar,
but as several other persons also
clung to it, he was obliged to let
go, and ho swn'm to a boat. This
boat was subsequently picked up
by the Theta. The1 Second Officer
steered tho Theta to Cuxhaven.
Seventeon other persons have been
saved by the steamer Diamond from
the Wcser , Lighthouse, making
fifty-six thus far known to bo
January 23d According to tho
latest information, 445 lives wero
lost in tho Cimbria disaster. There
wcro 412 passengers and 94 oflicers
and tho crew on uoara. ut tnese
only fifty-six, so far, have been
rescued. Of six steamers sent out
by tho Hamburg-American Steam
boat' Company Saturdny four
liavo not yet returned, but as two
which returned found nothing, there
is scarcely any hopo left that, more
of the uijfoniatcs arpal jyq. Wlion
tho Sultan "arrived at five ' o'clock?
Saturday afternoon, tho managers
of' tUe Hamburg-American Company
sent inspectors to see the Cnptain,
and tho latter admittoiHhc collision,
and said Jio did' not know witlwhat
ship. "But," ho said, 'there is k
quantity ;ot,,wn)pkagooii my bow
left by tho other vessel. Examine
it." f hoy did so, and immediately,
by somo ' small snninclcd plates
peculiar to vessels of this linn, with
inscriptions' in threo languages, they
recognized the Cimbria as the un
fortunate vessel. ""
HOW THE CZAR TRAVELS IN RUSSIA.
The recent visit of the Emperor
jind Empress to St. Petersburg was
attended with extra precautions on
the pnrt of the authorities. All
along tlic routo from the Warsaw
Hallway terminus to be Annitchkiu
Palace, police oflicers in sledges and
on foot were met at very half dozen
yards, and nil the house porters of
the streets crossing tho main route
-were collected In groups nt each
corner, for the double purposo of
keeping a watch for suspicious
persons and cheering tho imperial
party. Policemen were posted st
intervales in tho'ceuter of the btiecj,
fvlillc the bridges' oyer tho canals
wero closely guarded by the marine
police, in1 sonic cvtim m officer
patrolling on. one. ,footwy of tho
bridge and a private ou tue otlwiv
a ni.ntu' Silk Busnendors (some.
thing new) will bo gold during tboHoJj.
day'? at the Honolulu 'Clothing Empcfl.
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS, '
All tho Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods Eeceived by every steamer FORT STREET.
I AM ALL UPSET
On account of extending tho Store, nnd
Receiving New Goods the Coronation Ball
Flushes, Brocades, Surrahs, Morries, Silks, Satins,
Laces, Trimmings, Ladies' Silk Hobo, all shades.
!), 4, 0 and IS Button and S Hook
TT r T! TT! T TKT T T - T . T XT TH (62 f
For want of room, I will sell the above goods at prices never known
before in this market.
" 'AlsTa few'very superior Genf s Dress Suits.
A.' Ml Mellis' Honolulu Clothing Emporium
104 Foit street, - - Honolulu.
LAWRENCE & FREETH,
Plans and Estimates fuinMicd for works
of uonstriii'tlnn. Civil Engbicerlng &
Survcyim; Ofllec, II) and 21 Merulianl st,
above J. W. Robertson & Co's.
300 P. O. Bo, 101. ly
&&&G-.- H. EOBERTSON,
fSBmSaulm Drayman best teams
In town. 'Telephone Kw. B5. 16
CEDAR SHINGLES I
309 Allen & Itablniton.
Saddles and Hahness.
of all kinds on hand or
made to order.
No millinory or dry goods for sale here.
No s'tcam plows or Gorham silver ware.
No wines or spirits for sale.
No imported Coronation stock here.
No boots, shoes or Peter Funk jewelry;
But if you wane satisfaction in my line
call on,mc at 9 King nt. . 303
IN GENUINE STYLE.
the thorough experienc
ed horse breaker. w iahes
S ri.. lue puuuc iokhuw una
. nc is iuny prcparuu u
take charge of stock, and guarantees
to break them thoroughly omhN Ranch,
and attend carefully to feeding and
doctoring hordes, lie has now in his
charge such celebrated steeds as Black
Thorn and other thoroughbreds, and lias
the exclusive charge of all of Mr. James
Orders left at the Pantheon Stables,
or at the mommoth stables on Mr. James
Campbell's property at Kapioiani Park,
will mcet'with promptness.
r. We FrleM,
Stables onBeretania M.
n2i,-fPlnlnfl near Thomas'
Orders" Sent to P, O, Box 815
ill rccclvovjjroinpt attention. .
DrNDe Fries havinir. fitted un elegant
accommodations on tho Plains for the
doctoring and caFo of 'aniinals, is"f ully
prepared to ,render satisfaelion. Has
also a larov pasture land and will take
general good caic of horses and cattle
left in his clwrgc. No cure no pay.
'. 800 ly
V !A. KllAFT , .
Dealer ;n Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store hrtluVltawallaii Gazctto", build
44 ing, pppo&jtehe Bankr
Cltas. D. Gemscli,
t&" Hotel Street, opposite the
123 3m International Hotel, -t
'ONOLULU ICK aiANUF.0T6llV.
Ico delivered ,to. all paitsof tlio
City. Shipping supplied In Vjuautltles
to suit. Telephone, No, 68. Oillcc at
Wilder & Co.'s. 18
Temperance Year Book,
TIIIMIE will bo publlsliud here in
JamnTry, 1883, a year book, an in
teresting id useful volume with the
above title, A handy hook of ref erenco
as well as a valuable book foi tho house
hold, It will be especially devoted fo
the tfironprHup pmP 1111(1 will bo of
much use ull tho ypir MfWIldi Ytni will
bo sollflltod to BKbscrlbc lu this hook,
aud eau obtain furlhor Information by
calling upon fl OBOWLBY,' '
my Uoaolulu, H. I,
-. M t , ill . .
J. LYONS, . I.. J. LEVEY.
LYONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneers and General
Beaver Block, Queen st., - - - Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate
and General Merchandise' promptly at
Sole Agents for American and Euro
pean merchandise. 818
C. M. Cooke.
(successors to Lowers & Dickson,
Importers and Dealers in Lumbor and all
kinds of Building Materials, Fort street,
WILDER & Co., Dealers in
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt
and Building Materials of every kind,
cor. Fort and Queen st:., Honolulu. 1
ALLEN & ROBINSON, Dealers In
Lumber nnd all kinds of Building
Materials, Paints, Oils, Nails, etc. 71
BROW & PHILLIPS, Practical
Plumbeis, GasFittersnml Copper
smiths, No. 71 King St., Honolulu.
House and Ship Job Work promptly
CHR. GEltTZ, No. 80 Fort st.
Importer and dealer in Gent's,
Ladles' and Children's boots, shoes and
GENERAL .BLACKSMITHS. '
Horo, Shoeing a specially
A llrfat-classman being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanade, op. Hoppcr's.201
rilIE Hawaiian Journal, KoHa-
X waii Par Aina," owned and
edited by Kawainui Bros. ; has a
weekly edition of 3,200 copies, and
is the best advertising medium. Of
fice, No. G Merchant at. 1
THE EVILS OF FAINTING
' And their Remedy.
" It has been said with much truth,
too, that house painting might, with
study and acquirement of taste, resume
its rank as a liberal art." Painters'
Believing tho above to be true, A. B
KERR luisliow reorganized his system
of working Die business in Honolulu.
In the first placu hu has secured the ser
vices of that celebrated nrtUt, Mr. Max
Koiin, formerly of Sun Francibco, whose
work in tho line of plain njul decorative
paper-hanging, frescoing, fee, is up to
tho present time unsui passed, and on
these Islands has never been equalled,
For house painting Jobs first-class mo.
chanlcs only will bo employed. In
futuro patrons can depend upon my till.
Ing every order on1 the most scientific
basis known to thotradc.
The Sign Painting aud Lettering de
partment will be permanently presided
over by Mr. Geo. Stuatmeykk, (further
P.S. St'nd for designs of frescos for
ceiling aud cornices. Something new;
aud if you wunt any glass put in cull at
"Tiger" Paint Store,
78 King Street.
nnWO ClWiCKB TO 1.KT. on the wo
4. ond floor of tho bulldlua occupied
1 I aiiKjy.SMili -- k
Geo. W. Mncfnrlune. II. It. Mticfmlnnc.
0. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MEU-
FircProof Building,1"- C2 Queen street,
Honolulu. U. I.
The Wniknpu Sugar Plantation. Maul,
Tho Silencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
The Ilucla Sugar Plantation, Oaliu,
, Huclo Sugar Mill, Maui,
Huclo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Puuloa Sheen ltanch Co.. Hawaii.
J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow and Port'
able Tramway Works, Leeds,
Mlrrlcc. Watson & Co's Sugar Mnchin
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets.
Clutis Mprcckrls. Wm. O. Irwin.
TT7" .G. irwin Aj Company,
TT Sugsr Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
HHAOKPELD & COMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
AS. OLEQHORN & CO.
Merchants, dealers in General Merchan
dise, Queen aud Knahumanu sts., Hono
II. A. P. Carter. . V. C. Joucs, Jr.
C BREWER & COMPANY,
Shipping and Commission
Merchants, Queen St., Honolulu. 1
Theo. H. davies & Company,
Importers nnd Commission
Merchants; agents for Lloyd's and the
Liverpool Underwriters, British and
Foreign Ins. Company, and Northern
Assurance Company. 71
DIAS & CtONSAIjES,
No. 67 Hotel Sticct, Honolulu,
Importers and Dealers in.Drv nnd Fancy
Goods, Inlaid Work, Embroidery,
280 &c., &c, &c.
JOHN T. , "WATERHOUSE,
Importer nnd Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen it., Honolulu. 1
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers of General Mer
chandise in id Commission Merchants
S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Commission Merchants. 124
street, San Francisco,
17 T. LBN EH AN & CO.,
-- Importers nnd Commission Mcr
chants, N,uuanu St., Honolulu. 1
8. N. Castle.
J. B. Athcrton.
n A S T L E
and Commission Mer.
cliants. Importers nnd Dealers in Gen
eral Merchandise, No. 80 King street,
WING WO CHAN & Co.,
Iiupoitcrs nnd Geuoral Dealers
in English, American and Cbinesu Pro
visions, Plantation Tea and General
Supplies. Also, white'and colored con
tract matting, all qualities and prices.
BQT No. 22 Niuinnu Street, opposite
Mr. Afong's. 81
'J&rffi HONOLULUIRON WORKS,
JSilMStciim engines, sugar mills, boil
ers, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ings: machinery of every descrlntion
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's blacksmithiug. Job work exc
cutcd at short notice. i
A. Cr. ELLIS,
STOCK BROKER, will buy or sell
Plantation Stock, Bonds, and
Other Marketable Securities.
Atthclr market valuo for bash.
215 Office with E. P. Adams. Auct'r.
r WILLIAM O. SMITH,
NO. 88 Merchant Street,
Honolulu, II. Ij
Sugar Plantation, Railroad,
Tclcphono, and other Corporation Stock,
Bonds and Similar Securities Bought
nnd Sold ou Commission.'
Monoy loaned on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1882, 214
Tin, Copper and Sheet Jron Worker,
riumbcr, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of ull kinds,
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
7? Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
A. S. CLEGHOBN fc Co.
Have received a largo assortment of
Boots & Shoes
to suit al) littbica of purchasers,
B. MANN, B. S.,
TnAciiKn ok DnAwiNa
DnAUUItTlNll AND TIIR SciKNCEi.
287 No. 180 Fort street. lm
QARAH R PEIRCE, M. D..
lO Ladies' and Children's Physician.
Ofllec nnd residence, No. 5 School street,
(between Fort and Emma).
Ollice hours10:30 to 11:00 a. ra.
1:80 to 0:80 p. m.
210 Telephone, No. 201.
101f Fort street (up stairs.)
Charges lower than any other dentist
In Honolulu, whether traveling dentist
or otlicrw I so. Satisfaction guaranteedi
DR. EMERSON, ,
Residence and consultation room
at No. 2 Knkul St., comer of Fort.
Telephone No. 140.
DR. G. TROUSSEAU,
begs to notlfyhls friends that ht
has resumed practice In. Honolulu. Ileal,
denco nnd consulting rooms, No. 7
Punchbowl st., opposite the makal gat
of the Queen's" Ilospttal. Consnltlhr
hours from 0 a. in. to 12.
Telephone No. 103. i S6
TIT AUSTIN WHITINQ,
TT Attorney nnd, Counsellor at Law.
A-jcnt lo tako
Kaahumanu st., Honolulu
T M. MONSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND (NOTARY PUBLIC.
Real Estate in any part of the Kingdo '
bought, sold and leased, on
Legal Documents Drawn.
No. 27 Merchant st. (Gazette Block),
100 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Lawyer and Notary Public,
No, 15 Kaahuinniiu st.
Attorney at Law.
16 24 Merchant street
FRANoia M. Hatch,
Attorney nt Law,
23 15 Kaahumann st
Attorney at Law,
Ofllec, corner of Foit.and Merchant st.
(up stairs) us
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Attorney at Law
78 No. 00 Merchant street.
RICHARD P. BICKERTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free,
holds. Oftlce, No. 84 Merchant st. 1
Attoiuer and Counsellor at Law,
Notary public, and Agent for taking Ac
knowledgments of Instruments for the
Island of Oahu. No. 8 Kaahumanu St.,
f O. BERGER,
KAAHUMANU STUEET. ,
General Agent fo;
The N. Y. Life Insurance Company, '
Tho City of Loudon Fire In. Co(llmit'd
Maciicale & Urban Safes,
Tho Celebiated Springfield Gas Machine
Gas Fixtures of Mitchell, Vance & Co. I
208 4 ' ,
QHARLE8 t. gulick,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
, Labor Contracts,
AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Oftlce, in Makec's Block, corner Queen
and KaHhumuTiu'stn'efs'iHonolulu. 21
J. WILLIAMS & Co.
130 Fort Street," . . Honolulu,
Portrait and Laadscape
WILLIAM AULD, Agent to
tako Acknowledgments to Con.
tracts for Labor for tho District of Komi
Island of Oahu, at tins ollice of fliu Ilouo.
lulu Waterworks, foot of Nuuanu st.
JOHN A. HASSING15R,
u Agent to tako Acknowledgmenis to
Contracts for Labor. Interior 'JfUco,
Chinese and Hawaiian Trans.
lator and Interpreter,
No, 48 Klug btrect, Honolulu.
Translations of cither of the above
languages made with accuracy and dis
patch, aud on reasonable terms. 209
H. BRUNS, Cooper and Gnugcr, '
Water Tanks of any dimensions,
Cooperage, No'. 10 Fgrt street,
' Honolulu. '
Oil Casks, Sliooks and Hoop' Iron con.
til suully OH baad and fur le.. ly
W , A. N. HiaujircjjiBttwij
I'J M H.
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