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THE DAILY
PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
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JNo. 45.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1882.
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MBULLETIN
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
la published every morning, and cir
culated throughout the town, and for
waidid to tho other islands by every
opportunity.
Subscription, - 25 ceuts per month.
Hawaiian Tribo No. , Imp. O R
M., nioets at the Wigwam, Fort st.,
this deep, at tho, 7th run, 30th
breath.
Mr. E. P. Adams sells stock' of
Dry Goods at the storo of T. Assoc
to-day. Seo advertisement in an
other column.
Tho tern Sadie F. Caller sailed
for San Francisco yesterday. She
carried away11371,pkgs.of sugar, 5
balos of wool, and 207 buncues.of
bananas. Domestic val., $71330 82.
Of the new Postal Cards that
Lave come to hand, the first one ad
dressed was to H. R.r H. Princess
Liliuokalani, yesterday, being the
1-ccnt denomination.
Messrs. F. A. Schaefer & Co. have
chartered the 2 schooner Leo, and
will dispatch her for San Fran
cisco. Sho will sail next Tuesday
or Wednesday.
It has been suggested, that prior
to departure of tho Planters to their
respective fields of labor, their
agents give them a ball or dinnor
as a token of their appreciation of
tho largo quantities of the staple
product that is now coming in from
all quarters. Next Monday would
probably be, a fitting time.
The now Postal Cards, of the
" Universal Postal Union,' ' and also
for the Inter-Inland service, have just
come to hand, 'at the Post-Offlce.
They are very neatly gotten up,
those for transmission to the U. S.
or Canada having a tiny vignette in
the right hand upper corner of Dia
mond Head and Waikiki-Kai, within
a 2-ccnt stamp ; the 3-cent card, for
transmission to Europe has similarly
placed a crossed torch and puloulou
In the upper border of each are the
words, "Kalakaua R. 1881," and in
a scroll over the word "Hawaii,
tho words "Uuiversnl Postal Union,"
and "Address on this side only."
The Card for Inter-Island use ono
cent is printed in carmine, with a
vignette of H. R. H. Princess Liliu
okalani. The new postage, stamps
received..' aro'.vignettes of His Ma
jesty tho King, the Queen, and the
Princess Likelike, respectively of
the denominations, ten, ,flftccn and
one cent. ix
On -Thursday morning, about-2
o'clock, Roderick, the keeper of the
Likelike ,Qofee House,'-on Queen
street', next to G. West's Carriage
Manufactory, heard his seven dogs
barking, and got up and lighted a
lamp, and saw some persons running
away. It was found that another
safe-smashing operation had been
attempted. The burglars had forced
the window of Mr. West's office, and
with tools taken from tho shop they
endeavored to open tho Macneale &
Urban safe, but which they out and
hammered without avail, twisting
tho door knob out of shape. They
didn't set $3000 second of Ex
change in San Francisco, (first
paid.) We wo informed that every
day, before 8 o'clock I'.u., Mr.
West's, book-keeper lugs a sack of
coin to the bank of Bishop & Co.,
and that on the door of tho safe in
question is written, u No Funds."
NOTI.CE The Draylng Busln-sss of
my late husband will be carried on
by me, In the same manner as hciotufoio.
VicioitiA Waiiu,
Honolulu, Murcll 21, 1882. 45
CORAL STONES FOR SALL.
Annlv to
45 lw
M I). MdNBATHAT.
Planters Convention.
Yesterday was hold the meeting of
"The Planters' Labor and Supply
Association," which lias recently
been chartered, and as it is under
stood fo bo a sort of supplementary
body to that which has been in
session sinco Monday, the latter has
awaited the action of tho former.
At tho meeting yesterday, the
charter was accepted, Constitution
and By-laws adopted, and officers
elected. Tho Board' of Trustees
consists of A. S. Hartwcll, Z. S.
Spalding, S. T. Alexander, W. G.
Irwin, J. H. Paty, J. C. Glade, E.
P. Adams. President, S. T. Alex
ander ; Vice-PresidcnttW. G.. Irwin ;
Treasurer, J. H.-)Paty; Auditor, J.
C. Glade ; Secretary, E. P. Adams.
The Planters' Association: by in
vitation enjoyed the hospitalities of
J. C Glade, Esq. last evening at
his residence, Macmac ; this evening
they will bo similarly entertained by
P. C. Jones, Jr."
Tho schooner Leo, Capt. Harring
ton, which arrived Wednesday eve
ning, 22 days from Bolabola,
brought 1 passenger by tho name of
Trask, and 02 cords of wood tor this
port, ana nas jloou cocoanuts on
ort, and has 1650 cocoanuts
board in transitu for San Francisco.
Capt. Harrington reports having ex
perienced very squajly weather in
the South -Pacifio, from the equator,
to Lat. 15 N., from thence- ho has
bad moderate' winds and -ho
weatherjruntil the last oight;- days,
during'which he -has had lighfcwinds
and culms.
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Auction Scales by E. P. Adams
Tlris-Dajsr, Friday,
March 24tbf at 10 a.m.,
AT the Store--of T.-Assee, corner ot
Nuuanu ,and King streets, will be
sold, the Balance of
Stock of Dry Goods
. in part as follows, viz:
Prints, Blankets, Shirts, Ribbons, Silk
Sashes, Buttons, etr,., Kerosene
Oil, Card Matches, Show
Cases, Garden Scuts,
Chairs, Centre Table
Chinese Sofa, Lounge, Rocker,
Bedsteads, Pictures, ctc.etc
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
FRANK G-ERTZ,
144 Fort St., 11 Honolulu,
Importer and Dealer In
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens'
Shoes and Slippers
Gcntlcmun's and Youth's
Boots ANDSkdis !
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Just Received, ex steamer City of New
JHrfct from' Philadelphia,
A very superior assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES!
BSTGivk Mk a Cau--s 44
"TaTANTED A neat tidy
young wo-
' man, Norwegian or Portuguese
pcrferrcd, as a hoiibo servant, on the Is
land of Kauai. Good wages ghcuand
comfortable home; small family. Ap
ply to J. E. Wlfeinai), Employment
Agent, 27 Merchant street. 3't lm
UNION rLKD COMPANY, A. w".
Bean,' Manager, See udHrtlhi1
ment ou other page, ' 28
TELEPHONIC.
Diamond IIkad, March '21, C:10 a. m.
Weather clear; light S. wlud.
Torn Beobcc off Diamond Ilend
Ilk D. C. Murray off port.
ArnvalB.
March 24
Stmr Mokolll, from Koolau
Stmr Wahnanalo, from Walmunalo
Tern W L Becbee, from Utsalady
BkDC Murray, from San Francisco
Departures.
March 23
Stmr Jos Makeo, for Kapaa & Kllauea
Tern Saddle F Caller, for San Francisco
Schr Kamol, for Laupahoehoe
Schr Kaulkeaoull, for Honokaa
Vessels Leaving this day.
Schr Nettle Merrill, for Lahalna
Passengers.
For San Francisco, pec Sadlo F Caller,
March 23. C Clark, P Miller, H
McLean;
Vessels in Port
Topsnil schr 3o. '
Am bk Henry Buck
Am bk Revere
Am tern Eva
Am Miss, hgtno Morning Star, repairing
Am bgtne WHMuyer, for Pan FranclBCo
Am schr lua scuuauer, rcpuiung
Am Bktnc Ella
Ger bk C R Bishop, for Now York
Am bk Amy Turner, for New York
Am tern Sadie F Caller, for S F
Tern James Townscnd
Vessels Expected.
Bk Atalanta, fra Liverpool, due in Mch
btmr ucylon, from Yokohama, due Mch
Bk Lady Lumpsou, fra S F, Mch
Bktne.VV H Dlmondfrom S F, Mch
Schr Claus Sprockets, fm S F, , .jMch
B kBuena Vista, fm Port Grmble, Mch
Ship Fiona, from Newcastle, April,
Stmr City of Sydney, fm Sydney, Apl 10
Stmr Zealandla, from Si F. April 10
Bktnc Amelia, fm Port Blakelcy, Apl
Bk Lizzie Bell, from Liverpool, Apl
Bk Stella, from -Now York, Apl
Bk Edward May from Liverpool, May
Bk Furness Abbey, from Boston. Mav
Bk Prlscllla, from Newcastle, Hay
iscnr uosano, im a. ., lor nnnnim
Bk Earl Dalhousle, f ru St.'Mlchaels, duo
Escort, fm Newcastle, for Mahukona
Bk Paradox, from Bremen
HONOLULU
CLOTHING EMPORIUM I
Just Bccclved, a new line of Ladles',
Gent's and Chlldicn's
BOOTS, SHOES,
And Slippers!
At Af. M. MELLTS',
42 lw
101 Fort Street.
LU?E OF
PRES. GARFIELD,
By Col.R.H. Cornnell,
With Introduction
by Hon. John D. Long, Governor of
Massachusetts;
400 pages, 12mo. Subscription price
cotb, $2 per copy; morocco, sprinkled
dges, 82.50. William Clark, agent for
Ilaw'n Islands. 8C 2v
"rpWO ORPHANS." Any party
X having a copy of tho Two Or
phans, in printed form or manuscript,
and willing to sell or loan tho same.
will oblige by leaving word to that effect
at tins pince. 34
Tlf AX EOKAHT, Manufacturing
J.TJL Jeweler, No. 0 itaalnunanu st. 81
A. KBAPT.
JEWELER, JC OPTICIAN,
Dealer in Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store lri the "Hawaiian Gazette" bulld-
44 Ing, opposite the Bank.
D. W. CLARK.
Watlchmaker
Ropalrlrg Watches und CloclJS a Speci
alty, NO. C3 Fort Street. . U2
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Tlic fast sailing Schooner
"LEO," x : Harrington, master,
Will have immediate dispatch for tho.
above port. For freight or passage ap
ply to F. A. SOuabfbr & Co, Agents, r
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Al fast sailing Tern
"SADIE F. CALLER,"
Lareen, Master.
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Tueo. II. Davies & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Am. bktno
" ELLA," - - Brownell, master
Will have immediate dispatch for the
aboo port. For freight or passage ap
ply to BuEwr.n & Co., Agents.
F OR NEW YORK
DIRECT.
The Al American bark
"AMY TURNER," Newell, master
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
II. Hackkeld & Co., Agents. -1
STEAMER LIKELIKE
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahalna, Maa-
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, K
awaihae, Laupahoehoe i nd Hllo.
Returning, a111 touch at all the
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
ACIFIC MAIL Steam
ship Company.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The splendid steamship
" CITY OF SYDNEY,"
Dearborn, Commander.
Will leave Honolulu for San Franolsco
on or about April 10.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND!
The splendid steamship
" Z E A L A N D I A,"
Webber, Commander,
On or about April 16th.
For freight and j assage apply to H,
Haokfold & Co., Agentx.
Professionals.
JM. DAVIDSON, Attorney atLaw
24 Merchant nti-cnr.. . lfi
16
SB. DOLE, LAWYER, corner
Fort and Merchant streets. 11
"pICHARD F. BICKERTON,
J-V Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free
holds. Office, No. 23 Merchant at. 1
CECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of
Oahu. No. 8 Kaahumunu street, Hono
lulu. 1
W R . CASTLE,
" Attorney at Law anil Not
ary Public. Attends all the Courts
af the Kingdom. . 1
T7RANCIS M. HATCH, Attorney
-. at Law, 15 Koahumanu st. 23
TlR. CHARLES T. RODGERS,
J-' Offlce.Odd Fellow's Building, Fort
street Residence, Hawaiian Hotel. 1
nitAY TAYLOR, Teacher of Plano-
' iorto and Organ. Tuning in all
Its branches. 40 Cm
THE CELEBRATED
Lilikalani Manifesto!
OF THE. '
ELECTION CAMPAIGN
of February, 1882,
Translated by II. L. Sheldon) published
by T. G. Thrum.
Price, : : 28 cents.
May be had at J. W. Robertson & Co's.
40
Redwood and Cedar
POSTS
7 FEET LONG, for sale In any quan
titles, by
34 Alixk & Robinson.
PEOPLE'S LINE OF
c AUJMNHBOB6ES.-
-rJBPropr)ctorl
ff i? -fil' i
WJUANU VALLEY-ROUTKi
Vp tripsin LaimSW.O.-lrwtn'&'Co'ii
J..M. OSIO, 7UUBJU01U!au'1
P.M. 12:03, 2100,4700, SllOi'KjnO; 0:00
Sown ttlpsr-'LefiTo Rt, o'fOSjiy.' ' ' a
A.. C:80, 7:30,'8:30, 11100:
P.M. 12:45, 2 :U0, 4:40, 5:40, 7:00,9:20
1 '"' SundIVtime'Tabij!.
Up tilpi; Lcuve W. O: Inrln A Co't.
A.M. 9:00, 10:00.
" P.M.-il2 :10, 2 ip0,.4,:00, 6 -.80, 8 :15 .
Sown inps ; Lcv Ee. of J. If. Fklj,
A.M. 9:30, 10:80.
P.M. 12:45, 2:30,, 4:30, 7:10, 9:10.
BEBETANIA & PUNAHOU ST. ROUTE
Up trlpi: Leate W O Irwin CoV, '
A.M. 0:10, 6:50, 7:4G, 10:00.
P.M. 12:05, 2:00,k4:15, 5:10, 6:45, 10:
Down trios: Lcsto Pannhon street.
A.M. u:3U, 7:SU, U.'O, IU:dU.
,,P.M. 12 :45, 2 :30, 4:80, 5 :40,7 :10,10:20
Sunday Timp Table.. .
Leave tho Stables, cor. Fort and Hotel
sts., for Panahou Street, 'Long Branch
Baths, fare 50 cts., "baths Included:
A.m. C:30 to Walklkl; 0:15, 10:15,
and 12:15.
vM'. 2:00, 4:00 to Walklkl; 7:00,
and8:30.v, - , -,
Down-.trlpii Leave Ponthon street,
" A.M. Xdto,f 0 :30,' lO&O."
P.M. 12j402:30, 6:30, 7:15, 0:05.
Comrrlission , Merohants.
Olans Spreckels
Wm. a. Irwin.
WM. Gl IRWIN"& COMPANY,
' Sugar Factorsarid Commission
Agents, -Honolulu. . l
G.
W. MACFRLANE & CO.,
Importers and Commission Mcr.
chants. -, Roblnson'aIre-ProOfiBttllding,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
XT HACKFELD
& COMPANY,
--- General Commission
Queen'strcetr'Honolulu." " '
Agents,
' H.rA.'r. Carter.
P. C.Jones, Jr.
W E R & C 6..
Ci B R E
V.F
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
ED.-HOFFSCHLrAEGER & CO.,
Tmnnrfarn nnf) nnmmlsftlnn Mnr.
chant?, H nolulu,-Oahu.- 1
JOHN T. .WATERHOUSE,
Tmnnrtnr nnri TknnlAwttln Hm...!
Merchandise, Qnccn it, Honolulu. 1
CAFONG, IMPOBT.ER,
Wholesalo and Retail. Dealer In
General Merchandise; and, China' goods,
In the Fire-proof store, corner Klnir and
Nuuanu streets. i , i
M-s: G R TN B,A U M"'&" C O.,
Importers of "General Mer
chandise and Commlsalon Merohants.
Honolulu: .. "s-j, - . . . 1
-.KVv ',
lUf S. GRINBA'UM:&rCO.,
'i- Commission' Merohanti, 214
uautoiniH strpet, ' Baa Franclsoo,
uai. i
If
F.
T. LENEHAN&CO.,
Importers and Commission Mer
chants, Nuuanu st, Honolulu. 1
" 8. N.CMtlo.
1 '' Jife-Athertoa.
& COOK7E.
n AST BE
fill trtnf tin Ani4 f .? I. -I.... If.-
jshsnU.., Importers. and .Dealers In Gen
eral Merchandise, 'No." 80 King itreot.
utiuiuit nuu vjuiuiiiiiniuu niir.
MUUUHIIII. I
hbROWNi& CO.',' Importers arid
- Dealers In Ales, Wines and Spirits,
Nq. 0 Merchant St., .Honolulu. ia
"DROWN & PHIIjLIPS; Practical
-- PlumboiB.'GasFltters and Copper
smiths, No. 18 Nuuanu st, Honolulu.
Houso.uud Ship Job Work promptly ,
exMUtnrl.' i .' i vr A
17
Jl E. WISEMANj 27 Merchant nt,
v i i (Real Estate Broker, Employment
oKcuhwiu veuerui umco uusiness.
at.
felephone, Noi172.
IS
QHABLES r..
GULICK,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Agent, to take Arkivlcdgmonts to
Labor Contracts,
AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Ofilco, In Makee'S Block, comor Queen
and Kaahumanu streets, Honolulu. . 21
T U. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO
v take Acknowledgraenta to Labor
Contracts for the District of Kono. Of
fice In tho Now "Garctta" Building. 1
JOHN A.
Agontto ta
HASSINGER.
Acontto take Acknowledirmenti ta
Contract for Labor. Interior Ofllce,
Honolulu, J
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