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DAILY BULLETIN.
No. 11.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1882.
GRATIS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Is published every morning, and cir
culated throughout the town, and for
warded to the other Islands by every
opportunity.
To-morrow Is Valentino's Day.
A meeting of tho Athletic Association
will bo held this evening at 7:30.
Tho receipts of sugar for the past
week amounted to 23,013 packages.
Tho weather at Koloa, last Friday,
was very rainy and windy.
Tho bark Edward May sailed from
Liverpool on tho 2Gth of January, for
Honolulu.
Tho Band will give a concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel, this evening, (weather
permitting.
Mr. John Eraser died of aneurism last
Saturday night. His funeral took place
yesterday afternoon.
c
Tho Guild of tho Sons of tho Cross,
Iolani College Branch, hold a meeting
at 7:30 this evening.
The Daily Bulletin will bo found
on flic at the Seaside Club Reading
Rooms, at Kapaa, Kauai.
Mr. E. P. Adams will sell, to-day, at
10 a.m., at tho store of Cat Chong Koon,
No. 5 Hotel St., flour, rice, counter, &c.
The Eureka, W. G. Irwin, Kalakaua
and W. H. Meyer, and schooner Anna
were advertised for Honolulu, at San
'Francisco.
The bark C. R. Bishop arrived last
Saturday, 132 days from Bremen. Sho
brings an assorted cargo to Messrs. H.
Hackjeld & Co.
A telegram,, dated Corfu, Jan. 28th,
state that a plot against the life of tho
King of Greece has been discovered. It
was to murder him while on a journey.
Tho bktnc Emma Augusta, Capt. Hod
son, sailed fromKahulul on tho 8th inst.
for Port Townsend. She will return to
tho above port with a cargo of lumber
for Capt. Hobron.
The schr General Miller arrived at Iia
hului on tho Oth inst., from Lahaina,
where sho has been discharging her
cargo of coals. Sho will have quick dis
patch for San Francisco.
Tho Weekly Chronicle, of January 10,
contains an article headed ' Tho Hum
bug Treaty Its Workings explained to
President Arthur. How the people of
the 1'aclUu Coast liavc been swindled
under its operations."
The schr Claus Spreckels, Capt.
Cousins, sailed from Kabul nl on tho 0th
lust, for San Francisco. She took awav
0312 bags of sugar valued at 850,581,
and the following passengers: John
Mangels, it. Taylor, E. Doyle, I. Ban
man ami W. Jess.
At Koloa, Kauai, on tlte Oth i nstant,
a negro knocked down a man by tho
namo of Little Manila Martin, and cut
him frightfully about tho heid with a
knlfo. Tho wounded man is in a criti
cal condition. Both men were employed
on the Koloa Plantation. Tho negro is
held to await the result of tho injuries.
By the Jane A. Fulklnburg wo have
received dates to the2Jth January. Tho
principal items of news seems to bo tho
conviction of Gultcau. Tho case went
to tho jury on tho afternoon of Jan. 25,
who retired and were absent not quite
ten minutes, when they jeturned tho
.verdict of " Guilty." A poll of tho jury
was called, and each answered ' Guilty.'
1571 packages of sugar nro to hand
tills morning.
Tho steamer Iwalanl is duo to-morrow
morning from Kau, Kona and Maalaca.
Mr. J. S. Lemon died yesterday. Tho
funeral takes place this afternoon at 3
o'clock,from his lato residence.
Tho. various companies of the Hono
lulu Fire Department arc requested to
asscmblo this day at 2 o'clock, In front
of the Bell Tower, to attend tho funeral
of tho lato J. S. Lemon.
Tho following vessels have arrived at
Sou Francisco from Honolulu : Jan. 18,
W. G. Irwin, 24 days; Kalakaua, 23
days; Eureka, 17 days; schr Anna, 19
days; stmr Australia, 7 days; Jan 22,
Consuclo, 14 days from Kahului.
An investigation of charges preferred
against Dr. Lawlor, In connection with
the vaccination of Chineso passengers
on shipboard, was being held by tho
Board of Health at San Francisco, on
Jan. 29; tho steamer Mary Tatham may
havo been detained a day or two for that
reason, which will account for her non-arrival.
Wrook of tho bark Rainior.
Empire City, On., Jan. 28 Tho bark
Rainier, from Pugct Sound to Honolulu
was lost on tho 5th January, about 200
miles west of Capo Blanco. Capt Wulff
was killed when tho vessel capsized.
Tho crew were taken off of the wreck by
tho brie Orient on tho 24th, and arrived
ut Umpquc on 2Sth January. Captain
Wulff lived about an hour after being
mjuieu.
Quitoau to be Hung.
Washington, Jan. 28th. Ab an Indi
cation of how little weight Is attached
by tho prosecution to tho motion of Sco
vllle for a new trial, District Attorney
Uorklilll remarked to-day bcioro a num
ber of srentlomen that Gultcau will un
doubtedly bo sentenced and as surely
executed not later than tho lUtn June.
Soaroh for the Jeannette's Crew.
St. PKTEnsBUito, Jan. 28. Tho latest
news from Irkutsk states that Engineer
Melville bus ptocceded to tho mouth of
the Lena to resume the search for Lieutenant-Commander
Do Long with tho
greatest energy, aided by the natives.
Provisions arc plentiful, so tho search
can uo prolonged. The captain oi tiio
steamer .Lena accompanies mm.
TELEPHONIC
Diamond Head, Feb. 13, 7 a.m.
Weather cloudy, calm In tho channel;
Nothing in sight.
AERIVALB.
Feb 11
Bk C. R. Bishop, from Bremen
Bktnc J. A. Falkenberg, from S. F.
Stmr Mokolii, from Koolau
Feb. 12
Stmr Llkeltke, from Windward ports
Stmr Lehim, from Maul and Molokal
Schr Prince, from Kona and Kau
DEPARTUEE8.
Feb. 10
Schr Julia, for South Sea Island
Schr Kuuikcaouli, for Honokna
Schr Malolo, for IIllo and Hakalau
Schr Poholki, for Poholki
Schr Kulamauu, for Star Mill landing
Bktno Loch Lee, for Humboldt
Bk Emerald, for Port Townsend
Stmr Walmanalo, for Walmanalo
VESSELS LEAVING THIS SAT.
Stmr Kllauea Hou, for Kahului
Stmr James Mukee, tor Kauai
Bktno Amelia, for Port TowiiBend
Schr Kaluna, for Onomca
Schr Mnnu, for llonomu
Schr Wnlmiilu, for Kcokca
AUCTION BALES BY K. P. ADAMS.
PAB3EH0ERB,
From Windward ports, per Llkellke,
Feb. J2 S. G. Wilder, M. Klrehoff, C.
Lcehmann, F. II. Phelps, I. J. Da Is, W
D. Alexander, W. C. Paike, E. R. Miles,
A. 11. Smith, II. Cornwcll, Ilov. Leouor,
Mrs. A. Kuhauanul.
AUCTION SALE. THIS DAY.
Bv order of David Davton. Esn..
Sheriff.
THIS DAY, MONDAY, FEB. 18,
At 10 o'clock a. ni.,
At tho Suae of Cat Chong Koon, No. 5
Hotel street, will bo sold
1G sacks Flour, 1 Awning,
14 Soup Tcrcns, 1 Counter, Lot of China
10 Tables, 8 Lamps, various sizes;
4 cases Chinese Flour, Lot of Dishes
1 bag Rice, Lot of Straw for hats,
1 Stove with Utensils, 2 Clocks,
5 Cooking Pans, &c, &o.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
STEAMER ,
:L IKELIKE
King, Master.
Tjml'M Honolulu pnnli Tunnilivv ivt
4 p.m., touching at Lnhainn, Mna-
laea uay, .iaKena, juauuKona, iv
awaihae, Laupahoehoe and Uilo.
Returning, will toucli at all tho
alovo ports, arriving ut Honolulu
eacn Buiuiny a.m.
S
B. DOLE, LAWYER, comer
Fort ami Merchant strcuts. 11
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Company.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The splendid steamship
"CITY OF NEW YORK,"
.Cobb, Commander.
Will leave Honolulu for 3au Frnnolfrco
on or about Monday, Cob. 13.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
Tho splendid steamship
"A U ST R A L I A,"
Cargiil, Commander,
On or about Saturday, February 19.
For freight and j nssago apply to II.
Haokfold & Co., Agent..
FIREMAN'S FUND INSUR
ANCE COMPANY of San Fran
cisco. Flro and Marino. Cash capital
Gold, 9500,000. Dwelling risks a spe
cialty. Detached dwellings and contents
Insured for a period of 3 years, for two
premiums in advance. By writing small
lines on carefully selected risks, well
distributed, offers indemnity second to
none. Losses promptly adjusted.
Bishop & Co., AgcntB. for tho
10 Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DAVIE S & CO.,
Importers and Commission Mer
chants, and Agents fur Lloyd's and the
Liverpool Underwriters, British nnd For
eign Murino Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. 1
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
Importers and Commission Mer
chants, H nolulu, Oahu. 1
II. A. 1'. Cartor. P. C. Jones, Jr.
C BREWER & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen btreet, Honolulu. 1
S. N. Cattle, J. B. Atherton.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping nnd Commission Mer
chants. Importers and Dealers in Gen
eral Merchandise, No. (30 King street,
Honolulu. 1
Claue Si'reckola. Wm. G, Irwin.
WM. G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
I? A. SCIIAEFER & Co.,
- Importers and Commission Mer
chants, Merclnut st., Honolulu. 1
WR . CASTLE,,
Attorney at Law nm Not-'
ary Fubllo Attends all the t'ourts
of tho Kingdom. 1
TT IIAOKEELD & COMPANY,
--- General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
CECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub
He, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of
Oahu. No. 8 Kaahumanu street, Hono
lulu. 1
RICHARD F. B1CKERTON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free
holds. Ofilce, No. 23 Merchant st. 1
TOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
" Importer and Deuler In Generul
Merchandise, Queen St., Honolulu. 1
JU. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO
- take Acknowledgments to Labor
Contracts for tho District of Kona. Of
ilce In the New "Gazette" Building. 1
JOHN A. HASSINGER,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
Contracts for Labor. Interior Office,
Honolulu. 1
-WnI
DR. CHARLES T. RODGERS,
Ofllco.Odd Fellow's Bulldlne. Fort
street. Residence, Hawaiian Hotel. 1
fJ.EORGE LUCAS,
v Contractor
and Builder,'
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
nade, Honolulu.
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashos, Doors, and. nil kinds of Wood
work finish. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sai Ing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly.attPiuli'd to anil work
guaranteed. Orders fiom tho other I.s
lands solicited. 1
WUJ. FJM
A. W. BUSH,
Grocer anil Provision
Dealer. Family Grocery
iliwl T.Viil Ktnrji Kn T.ll
4 Fort street, Honolulu. 1
GW. MACFARLANE & CO..
Importers and Commission Mer
chants. Robinson's Fire-Proof Building,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
ltobort Lottom, c. M. Cooki-.
LE W E R S & COOKE,
(successors to Lowers & DlckHon.)
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds of Building Materials, Fort street,
Honolulu. 1
WILDER & Co., Denlera in
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt
and llulldlng Materials of every kind,
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 Nuunnu and Fort. 1
Jk HONOLULU IRON
rf. Works Co. Steam engines, sugar
yir mills, boilers, coolers, iron, brass
and lead castings; machinery of cory
description made to order. Particular
ntiontfnn nnlil in Bl,lna 1itnr.b.,t1i1..r
Job work executed on short notice. 1
p O N F E C T I O N 13 It Y ,
P. Mclnerny, No. 71 Fort at., above
Hotel strel't, keeps alwayH on hund an as
sortmcntoftlie host French and Callfor
nia manufactured confectionery, which
he oilers for sale to tho trado or at retail,
at reduced prices; also the best brands of
choice cigars to bo had In tho market.
The best ico cream, nods water and cord.
ials Call and try them. 1
ALL PERSONS SEEKING
Employment, and all parties either
in Honolulu or at any of the Islands in
tho Group in want of Employees will
please make their wants known to tho
undersigned, who will do all in their
powc&to fill their orders.
P. C. Jonts, jr J, B. Atherton, B. F.
Dillingham, EmploymtBt Committee V.
M. C. A. i

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