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LflR,MPRnHBHbBMKht.n JKtiMt .t-t. iv . -ww : .'t.-' -.- - ttmv '$' A. Mt- f . ' '-..' 'v-'-es- 3TW. ROBERTSON & Co.'s 'W DAILY BULLETIN. SmPv - .ijsr .v.. ... nTfnwJi mp , p h 1 li- v ; No. 3. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1882. GRATIS. THE DAILY BULLETIN. Is published every morning, ami cir culated throughout the town, ami for vnrded to the other islands by every 'opportunity. , The price of sugar has fallen two cents pound. The W. II. Dlmond will sail for San Francisco during the early part of next week. At 11 o'clock to-day Mr. Adams will ht'd a Credit Sale of ales, wlues, and liqjors. About 100 pounds of opium was found in a case of oil, landed from the brig Pomorc, yesterday. The Honolulu Fire Department have their annual Parado this evening. The procession starts at 7.30. The name of John Sheldon was omit ted from tho list of candidates published yesterday ho received 72 votes. The caricature, by our Hawaiian Nast, representing tho result of tho election, drew a number of people around It nil day. Tho regular monthly meeting of tho "Boys' Reading Room" will beheld this evening at 7 o'clock, for tho election of ofllccrs. On tho counter in our store may be seen a coJcctlon of reptiles, &c., which have been caught at different times on tho wharves. Mr. Adams holds his regular Cash Sale to-day, when he will offer an assort ment of dry goods, groceries, &c., also a horse and buggy. Mr. Adams will offer Pianos, Paint ings, Engravings, Furniture, &c., for sale at auction this evening at tho store of Geo. F. Wells, Fort street. The flags of tho shipping in port were displayed yesterday at half-mast, In memory of tho late Mr. W. A. Mark ham, who held tho ofllco of Port Sur veyor. The receipts of sugar yesterday amounted to 2378 packages. This morn ing 1809 packages wore havo come to hand by schooners j and the steamer Iwalanl brought 3739 packages. Tho election returns from the other districts on this island arc as follows: . Koolauloa '. J. Kaluhi. Koolaupoko J. L. Kaulukou. Waialua S. K. Mahoe. To close consignments a lot of car riage and riding whips from Main & Winchester, San Francisco, an invoice of Superior Havana cigars, duty paid, cases of butter, medium and pilot bread, and Mann's celebrated axes, will bo offered for sale to-day at the sales room of E. P. Adams. Tho Morning Star returned to port yesterday in a leaky condition. She was unable to finish her cruise on that ac count. The leak is on both sides near tho keel, and Is supposed tp bo caused by the worms, which have eaten through pieces of planking in place where the copper was torn off, when shfe grounded last year. She was beachid on the island of Kuslo, and the leak Repaired as 'well us possible to enable her tip return to port. She will be hove downKhero and repaired, and will sail UKalifflla about MlHrtn lltrtAwn Xa 4l..f1- 1- - V" iiucu tvccAB iu umsu ucr cruh Tho Polynesian Encampment meets this evening at 7.30. Her Royal Highness the Heir Ap parent held her monthly reception at her residence, Washington Place, yes terday afternoon. From Kauai It Is reported that W. 11. RicoVould bo elected at LlhuiS and Ko loa, S. K. Kuapuu at Walinea, and E. P. Adams atHannlcl. By the Iwalani we havo election re turns from Kona and Walluku : Plllpo North Kona D H Nahlnu South Kona Geo Richardson and J Oakooko Walluku At Kau, at i p.m. when4.be steamer left, Rev. J. Kauhanc was ahead. TELEPH0HI0. Diamond Head, Feb. 8, 7 a.m. Weather clear; light N. E. wind. Steamer Iwnlanl about 8 miles off. . Schr General Segal off to leeward. ABBIVAL8. Feb. 3 4 Stmr Iwalanl, from Kona and Kau Schr Jennie, from Iviikuihaclo Schr Manuokawai, from Koloa Schr Kckauluohi, from Hanalel DEPABTTJBE8. Feb. 2 Schr Kamoi, for Laupahochoe VEB3EL3 LEAVING THIS DAT. Schr Llhollho, for Elccle. " VESSELS EXPECTED. Br S S Mary Tut hum, from 8 F now duo Am bktno J A Fnlklnburg, from 8 F. Feb 7 QcrbkO UBIsbcip.trom Bremen, duo FcbS 8 8 City of Now York, Irom Sydney, Fob 13 8 8 AuatralIn,.from Ban Francisco, Feb 19 (lor bk Atnlantn, from Liverpool, March 7 l)r bk Enrl Dulliouse, fm London, March 7 Am bk Edward Mny.from Llvorpool, Am bk Furncss Abbey, from Boston, May 8 Brbk Little. Bell, from Liverpool, Am bk Hulnter, from Port Gamble, Oor bk Stella, from Now fork, Am bk Ferris 8 Thompson, from Nanalmo, 8 8 Coy Ion, with tourists . STEAMER . SLIKELIKE King, - - 'Master. Steamer Likeliko leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at 4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo. Returning, will touch at all the alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu each Sunday a.m. 1 PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Company. FOR SAN FRANCISCO, The splendid steamship "OITVOF NEW YORK" Cobb, Commander. Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on or about Monday, Feb. 13. FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND The splendid steamship. "AUSTRALIA," Cargill, Commander, On or about Saturday, February 10. For freight and j assage apply to II. Haokfold & Co., Agents. Goods for shipment per steamurs can now be stored, free of charge, in tho Fire-proof Warehouse near the Steamer Wharf. 1 CHAS. BREWER & Co's Boston Lino of Packets. The bark "Martha Davis." win no uispatcncu irom uoston lor Hono lulu on or about tho 1st of May next. Persons wishing to order goods shipped by this vessel should mail orders on or before March 18, For further particulars apply to O. Brewer & Co. ' 1 Clans Spreckols. Wm. O. Irwin. Wilt G. IRWIN & COMPANY, ' Sugar Factors and Commission Agents, Honolulu. 1 THEO. H. DAVIE S & CO., Importers and Commission Mer chants, and Agents for Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, British and For eign Marine Insurance Company, and Northern Assurance Company. 1 T? A. SCHAEFER & Co.A - Importers and Commission Mer chants, Merchant St., Honolulu. 1 HHACKFELD & COMPANY, General Commission Agents, Queen street, Honolulu. 1 F. T. LENEHAN&CO., Importers and Commission Mer chants, Nuuanu st., Honolulu. 1 JOHN T. WATERHOUSE, J Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Queen St., Honolulu. 1 ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO., Importers and Commission Mer chants, Honolulu, Oahu. ' 1 II. A. P. Carter. P. C. Jones, jr. C BREWER & CO., Shipping and Commission Merchants Queen street, Honolulu. 1 S. K. Caatle. Shi pplng Import & J. B. Atherton. COOKE, and Commission Mer. CASTLE v s chants. Importers and Dealers in Gen eral Merchandise, No. 80 King street, iionoiuiu. i CAFONG, IMPORTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In General Merchandise and China goods, in tho Flrc-prpof store, comer King and Nuuanu streets. 1 HYMAN BROS Imnortcrs of General Merchandise, From France, England, Ger many, and United States 27 Merchant St., Honolulu. i fc?flte8?8S 1 HYMAN BROS., Wholesale Grocers, 210 and 218 California street, San Francisco. Particular attention paid to filling and shipping. Island orders. 1 AS. CLEGHORN & CO., Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise, Cor. Queen and Kaahu manu streets. 1 JOHN A. HASSINGER, " Agent to take Acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor. Interior Office, Honolulu. 1 CE. WILLIAMS, Importer, Manufacturer, Uphol sterer, and dealer In furniture of every description. Furniture Ware-Rooms, No. CI Fort St.; Work-shop at tho old stand on Hotel street. Orders from tho other Islands promptly attended to. 1 EP . ADAMS, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Queen street, Honolulu. 1 JU. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO - take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts for the District of Kona. Of fice in the New "Gazette" Building. 1 ES . C U N H A, Retail Wine Dealer, Union Saloon, in the rear of the "H vwailan Gazette" building, No. 23 Merchant street. . 1 EICHARD F. BICKERTON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Will attend tho terms of Courts on the other Islands. Money to lend on Mortgages of Freeholds. Ofllce, No. 23 Merchant street, 2 doors from Dr. Stangenwald's.' 1 GW. MACFARLANE & CO., Importers and Commission Mer chants. Robinson's Fire-Proof Building, Queen street, Honolulu. 1 Itcbcrt Lowers, c. M. Cooke. LEWERTS & COOKE, (successors to Lowers & Dickson,) Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all kinds of Building Materials, Fort street, Honolulu. " 1 WILDER & Co., Dealers in Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials of every king, cor. Fort and Queen sts., Honolulu. 1 PIONEER STEAM CANDY Manufactory and Bakery. F. Horn, Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker, No. 71 Hotel street, be tween Nuuanu and Fort. , 1 CECLL BROWN, ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg ments of Instruments for the Island of Oahu. No. 8 Kaahumanu street, Hono lulu, l TXT Ri CASTLE, ' Attorney at Law anu Not ary Public, Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 1 BISHOP & CO., BANKERS, Merchant St., Honolulu, Draw exchange on the Bank of Califor nia, Slu Francisco. And their Agents In New York, Boston, Paris, Auckland, the Oriental Bank Cor poration, London; and their Branches in Hongkong, Sydney and Melbourne. And transact a general banking busi ness. 1 fiEORGE LUCAS, VJI Contractor and Builder," Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla nade, Honolulu. Manufactures all kinds of . Mouldings, Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds, Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of Wood work finish. Turning, Scroll and Band Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan ing, Morticing and Tenanting. Orders promptly attended to and work guaranteed. Orders from the other Is lands solicited. l rMlMmSPS. HONOLULU IRON Wdrks Co. gteam engines, sugar mills, boilers, coolers, iron, brass and lead castings; machinery of every g description made to order. Particular attention paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job work executed on short notice. 1 OLLISTER & COMPANY, Druggists, Apothecaries, and Importers of tobacco, and clears: Agents for P. Lorillard & Co., W. S. Kimball & Co.'s Vanity Fair, Good win & Co.'s Old Judge, Buchanan & Lyle's Celebrated Plug Tobaccos, Crown Perfumery of London, Hum phrey's Homeopathic Specific, &c. 1 A. W. BUSH, Grocer and Provision Dealer. Family Grocery and .Feed Store. No. SO Fort street, Honolulu. 1 CONF E C TI ON ER Y, P. Mclnerny, No. 71 Fort St., above Hotel street, keeps always on hand an as sortment of the best French and Califor nia manufactured confectionery, which he oilers for sale to the trade or at retail, at reduced prices; also the best brands of choice cigars to bo hod in the market. The best ice cream, soda water and cord ials Call and try them. 1 ALL PERSONS SEEKING Employment, and all parties cither n Honolulu or at any of the Islands in tho Group in want of Employees will please make their wants known to the undersigned, who will do all in their power to fill their orderB. P.' C. Jones, jr., J. B. Atherton, B. F. Dillingham, Employment Committee Y. M.C.X 1 i 4 11 r.