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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, BIAIICII 27, 1882.
IBMMCIWlHMth.
WBP- I fc..ij.
tffifMILY
BULLETIN
No-47'
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THfc QAlUYBULLtllN-c i
T3 published cvejy morulug, and, cir
culated .throughout tiio town, and for
w.udul to tlid'otbCtslands by cery
oppcn tunltj. ''.'
Simcitpllon, - 25 cents pcr'month.
A SHIP BflRflED AT SEA
By tho Btoamcr "Likclikc, yester-
' clay moming, camo'-'niJ passengers
from Hawaii, Urn master and twenty
of tho crew of Wife Britisliip Nor-
yalr,whicli was abandoned. on firo at
sea on tho 4th of the present monthi
Capt. Halliday informs us that tho
Noval was , an iron ship "of about
1400 tons, left Hull, England, on the
31st October lash bound for San
Francisco, with a cargo of 18 G5 tons
of coal. All went well until the 1st
of March, when it was discovered
that the cargo was on fire- Endea
vored to extinguish tho firo by pump
ing water into the hold, to tho depth
of seven feet, then pumped it out
agaiu partiallj', much burnt coal
coming jUp with tho water. Battened
down the hatches in order to smother
the fire.
At 5 o'clock p. m. on tho 3rd, the
coal gas in tho hold suddenly ex
ploded, blowing oil the hatches and
doing a great deal of damage, be
sides wounding the first officer and
tho steward. Tho latter, engaged in
sotting ,tb.o cabin table for supper,
was blown off his feet and his head
cut badly against the deck beams.
Tho mate was slightly cut on the
neck by tho fragments of two panes
of glass which blew out of a door and
past his'head.
The ship was abandoned at 1 p.m.
on tho 4th, in lat. 13 30 N., long.
120 W.i about 20P0 miles E. by S.
of Hawaii. ' There were four boats
on leaving, commauded respectively
by tho captain, 'first and second offi
cers and the boatswain.
During tho first night after leav
ing tho ship, tho first officer's boat,
containing 8 persons, parted com
panyfcid has not been seen since.
This.iis well as tho others, was well
supplied with fcod and water, and
unless picked up by somo passing
ship, , will probably soon reach Ha
waii. During tho first six days, ex
perienced rough weather, since
which it has been fine. On the Cth
day, took tho boatswain and his
men on tho other two boats, makiug
21 persons altogether, and destroyed
his. On tho 20th day, made tho
land near Laupahoehoo; spoko a
schooner and learned that the Like
like was at Mahukena, proceeding
to which place were taken on board.
When last seen, the Norval was be
fore tho wind, tho main t$td mizen
mosts gong, and tho foremast in
flames.
CONSIGNEE'S NOTICE Tho bktno
VJ W.-H. Dlmond, from San Francisco
will commence discharging to-day. Con
signees will call at the office of tho
undersigned, pay freight. v and receive
their orders. G. W. Macfarlaue & Co.
TCTAa a JUUi imiinsuiuu: y ,
n
Immediately, a first-class
'(Y Sugar Boiler. A
l'el'd & Co. or A. Unua.
Apply io ii.ii ock-
41
A MERICAN ART JOURNAL."
Anv ono havlnc bock numbers of tho
above magazine to dlsposo of, will
please Inform
44 lw -J. W. Robertson & Co,
VTOTICE Tho Dr.iylng BufIu'iss of
J( mv lute lijifli iwl will bo cnulcd oi
Dy mo, In th". finio manner ns hon-tofore,
Also on li'iud mid for sale, Fhewood,
ItoUanko S.ilt, White and Black Hand, In
quantities to-sult.
Victoria Ward.
Honolulu, Manh 21,1882. 45
Yesterday, cloven Chineso were
arrested for gambling.
The ajjpamer Jas. Makco for Kau-
i, leaves this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
8,320 packages of sugar came to
.hand tliis morning.
Tho schooner Claus Sprcckels ar
rived at Kahului on tho 24th inst,
14 days from,San Francisco.
Tho Band will givo a Concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening, in
honor of tho Planters' Association.
Tho steamers Lehua for Molokai
and Maui, and Mokolii for Koolau,
leave at 5 r.M. to-day.
Regular monthly meeting of Lodge
Lo Progrcs do la Oceanic No. 121
A. F. & A. M. will be held this
Monday evening at 7 :30 p. m.
As a result of.tho heavy rains on
East Maui, tho snow on Halcakala
is reported as half-way down to
Ulupalakua.
Tho bark Ferris S.Thompson is
still at Kahului, from which port
sho is expected to sail tho last of
this mouthy
Tho John D. Sprcokcls, which ar
rived at Kahului on tho ,15th inst,
took a general cargo to that port
consisting of imcrchandise, machin?
ery, and 31 horses, valued at $30,-23145-100.
She'is nearly discharg
ed, andis expected to sail again to
morrow or Wednesday lor ban
Francisco, rwith a full cargo of sugar,
At a meeting of tho
Board of
Trustees of tho "Planters'
Labor
and Supply Company," held on Sat
urday last, it was unanimously re
solved that the Committee on Legis
lation use very exertion and in
fluence in their power to procuro
tho passage by tho Legislature of an
Act prohibiting tho importation and
salo of spirituous or intoxicating
liquors. "
fAN ENTERTAINMENT
W1U be given at tho Lyceum
On Monday Evening
March 27th,
Under the auspices of the Young Men's
Christian Association.
There wfll beMuslc and a Lecture on
the Chinese, by tho Rev. J. M. Alexander.
Admission 50 cents. Tickets may be
had at J. W. Robertson & Co's and T. G.
Thrum's stores. 4C 2t
FRANK G-ERTZ,
144 Fort St.; V-
Honolulu,
"Mi
Importer and Dealer In
Ladies'
i Misses' and Coildrens'
Shoes and Slippers!
Gentlemen's and Youth's
Boots d-.Shoes !
Just Received, ex steamer City of New
York," ' , 4,; -
Direct from PMladelpMa,
A very superior assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES !
BSyraiw. Me a r .ii.-a 44
TELEPHONIC.
Diamond Hbad, March 27, G:40 a. m.
Weather clear calm. Bnrk off port.
Arrivals.
March 20
Strar Llkcllke, from Illlo
Stmr C It Bishop, from Kintal
Stmr Jus Makcc, ftom Kauai
Bktno W II Dlmonil, from S F
Schr KcXnuluohl, from Hnualcl
Schr Ulliimn, from Ilunalci
Schr'Mccfoo, from Kool.Ut
Schr I'oholkt, from l'ohoikl
Bk Can Hiilkouslc, from St Michaels
Departures.
March 25
Ilk Rcvero for Nanalino
Wliulo bk Gazelle for cralso
Vessels Leaving this day.
Stmr Lehua for Molokai ami Maul
Stmr James Makco for ICuual
Strar Mokolll for Koolau
Vessels in. Port.
Tern Compeer
Am bk 1). C. Murray
Topsail schr Leo.
Am bk Henry Buck
Am bl: Revere
Am tern Eva "
Am Miss, bgtne Morning Star, repairing
Am schr Ida Schnauer, repairing
Am Bktno Ella
Gcr bk U It Lisbon, for New York
Am bk Amy Turner, for New York
Vessels Expected.
Bk Atalanta, fm Liverpool, duo In Mck
stmr-ueyion, lrom xoicouama, uuo Men
Bk Lady Lampson, f in S F, Mch
Bktne "VV II UlmouO, from S F, Mch
Schr Claus Epieckels, fm S F, Mch
B kBuena Vista, f.n l'ort Gimblc, Mch
Ship Fiona, from Newcastle, April,
Stmr City of Sydney, fm Sydney, Apl 10
Stmr Zcalandla, from S. 1 April 10
Bktne Amelia, fm Fort Blakelcy, Apt
Bk LIzzlo'Bcll, fiom Llvoipoul, Apl
Bk Stella, from 2Jew Yoik, Apl
Bk Edw ard May from Ll erpool, May
Bk Furness Abbey, from Boston, May
Bk Frlscllla, from Newcastle, May
Bktno Kllkltat, from Fort Gamble
Tern W. L. Bccbeo.'f roin Utsalady
Schr Bosarlo, fm S. F., for Kahului
Bk Earl Dalhou.slo, fm St. ?.lldiaols, duo
Escort, fm Newcastle, for Mahukona
Bk Paradox, from Bremen
"VXTANTED a smart BOY, about 14
TT years of age. Apply to J. W.
Robertson & Co. 44 lw
CORAL STONES FOR SALE.
Apply to
45 lw M D. Monsarhat.
HONOLULU
CLOTHING EMPORIUM I
Just Received, a now lino of Ladies',
Gent's and Children's
J VllUiaWj
And Slippers!
At A. M. MELLIS',
104 Fort Street,
42 lw
"rpwO ORPHANS." Any party
JL' having a copy of tho 2Two Or
phans, In printed lorm or manuscript,
and willing to sell, or loan the same,
will oblige by leaving word to tliat effect
at this oTllce. ' 34
MAX ECKA-RT, Manufacturing
Jewelor, No. 0 Iioaliamunu St. 81
A. KKAFT,
JEWELER,OPTICIAN,
Dealer In Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store In the "Hawaiian Gazette" bulld
44 Ing, opposite tho Bank.
D. W. CLARK,
Watchmaker
Repairing Watches nud Clocks a Speci
alty, No. 08 Fort Street. 32
Cultivators
For Salo by
Dillingham & Co.
FOB SAN FRANCISCO
Tho fast sailing Schooner
"LEO," : : Harrington, master,
Will hare immediate dispatch-for tho'
above port. For freight or possageap
ply to F. A. Scuakfeb & Jb, Agents.
FOB SAN" FRANCISCO.
Tho Am. bktno
" ELLA," - - Brownell, master,
Will have immediate dlsnatch for the
above port. For freight or'passage ap
ply to juiKWER as jo., Agents.
FOB (SAN FRANCISCO.
; The Clipper Bark
C . MURRAY,"
Bavens, master. 'v M
Will havo quick dispatch for tho abovo
poit. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Scuakfeu & Co., Agents.
FOR NEW
YORK
DIBECT.
Tho Al American bark
"AMY TURNER," Newell, master
Will havo quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
11. UACKFBLD & UO., AgCntS
STEAMER LIKELIKE
King, Master.
Leaves' Honolulu each" Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Day, Makena, Mahukona,' K
awalhae, La upalioehoe nnd'Hllo. ' "
Keturmng, win touou at an tno
alove iiorti), arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. f 1
sTACIFIO MAIL Steam
ship Company.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho splendid BteamshiD '
" CITY OF SYDNEY," ,
Eearhorn, Commander.
Will leave Honolulu for dan Franoleco
on or about April 10.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The splendid steamship
"ZEALANDI A,"
"Webber, Commander,
On or about April 10th, ,
For freight and J assago apply to H.
xiacaieiu at io.t Agents. -.
Professionals.' ,
JM. DAVIDSON.Attorney atLaw
24 Merchant street. . 10
SB. DOLE, LAWYER; corner
Fort and Merchant streets. 11
TMOHARD F. BICKERTON,
J- Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free-
noius. uuice, jno. za xaeronant at. l
ECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law. Notarv Pnb-
llc, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments 'for tho Islandvof
Onliu. No. 8 Kaahumanu, street, Hono
lulu. . 1
"W
R . CASTLE
A f nrtion nf Taw Am "Wf
aiy Public. Attends all tho Courts
of the Kingdom. 1
C AKVUJ HBJ ftW Awn uu A1UIT
FRANCIS M. HATCH,.Attorrioy
at Law, 15 Kaahumanu St. 23
EkR. CHARLES T. RODGERS,
' Offlce.Odd Fellow's BuIIdlnir. Fort
itrect Residence, Hawaiian Hotel. 1
XITRAY TAYLOR, Teacher of Plano-
forte anV Organ. Tuning In all
us DiaucucR. 40 urn
TTTiVNTBU A neat tidy
yoitiiK wo-
man, Norwegian or Portuguese
purf cried, as a house servant, on the Is
land of Kauai. Qood wages given and
comioriame nomoj sraau lamuy. Ap
ply to J. E, Wiseman, Employment
Agent, 27 Merchant street. 30 lm
LIFE OF
PRES. GARFIELD,
By Col.R. H. Corn well,
"With Introduction
by Hon.
John I). Long, Governor of
Massachusetts)
400 pages, 12mo. Subscription price
otU, 2 pur copy; moiocco, sprinkled
dues. A2.50. William Clark, airentfor
5SGS&P'
"D.
ii.av'11 Ifcluuda. . t SO 2y
PEOPLE'S EINE; OF
' OMNIBUSSES:
jAkB3DOD,
i ,
- -"i Pronriotor.
NTJUANTT VALLEY BOOTE:
Up trlpt: Loaro W. Q. lnrin Co. v
" A.lt.-G:15, 7:00, 8:00,-10:80. ,
P.M.-il2 :03, 2 :00, ; 00,-6 ilO, C :C0. 9 :00
Dowa Upr enTO TteCot it H.JJ?tjr.
.--.A.'Mi C:30,7:3U,-B:30rJl':00
P.M. 12 :45, 2:30, 4 :40, 5 :40, 7 :00, 0 :20
'Sunday Time Table.
Up trlpa; Lctc W. O. Iiwln & Co's.
A.M. 0:00, 10:00.
-r.M. 12:10, 2:00, 4:00, 0:30, 8:15.
Down trips t dvo lloB.tbf f. U. Pty,
" A.M. 9:30, 10:80.
'r.M. 12:45, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10, 9:10.
BEBETANIA& PUNAHOU ST. BOUTE
Up trips : Lavo W O Irwin & Co, '
A.M. 0:10, 6:50, 7:45, 10:00.
r.M. 12:05, 2:00, 4:10, 5:10, 0:45,10:
Sown trlpst-eato Pnnnhon Bttoot.
rA.M. C:30, 7:80, 8.20, 10:30.
r.M. 12 :45, 2 :30, 4 :80, 5 :40,7 :10,10:20
Sunday Timb Table. ''
Lcavo"llicrstables, cor. Port and Hotel
Bts.,-ifor Puuahou Sircct, 'Long Branch
Baths," fare 50 cts baths included:
a.m. G:30
to Walklkl; 0:15, 10:15.
and 12:15.
' r.M. 2:00,
4:00 to AVaiklkl: 7:00,
anu:uu.
Down.trlps : Loaro Panahon street,
A.M. 8:00, 0:30, lOiPO."
r.M. 12:40, 2:30, 5:80, 7:15, 9:05.
WAIKIia ROUTE:
Out trips: Leave WG. Irwin & Co.'s
a.m. 7:45, 10:00. i
p.m. 2:00, 5:05.
Down trips: Leave Walklkl.
A.M. 8:10, 10:35.
P.M. 2:50, 5:35.
Sunday trips: L'cavostablcs.
a. M.-6:30.
p.-M. 2:00, 4:00.
Leavo Walklkl:
X.im. 7:80.
.P.M. 2:40, 5:00.
Tho'Long Branch Baths will be tho ter
minus. .
Commission Merchants.
Clans Spreckfls. Wm. G. Xrwiu.
WM. G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
' Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents,-Honolulu. i , . i
GW. MACFARLANE & CO.,
" Importers1 aiid Commission' Mer
chant. BoblnBon's Firc;Proof Building,
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
HAOKFELD & COMPANY,
General Oommltislnn Ancnta.
Queen street, Honolulu. u
. i
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II. A. P. Carter.
P. C. Jones, Jr.
E R & CO.,
fi BREW
V.f
Shlpplntr and Commission Mcrchon'.a
Queen street, Honolulu. v , 1
VP'
HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
- imrrfi
Importers rind Commission Mer-
chaitU--, Ht nolulu, .Oatiu.
1
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen nt.,:Honolulu. 1
CAFONG, IMPORTER,
Wholesale , and Retail Dealer lu
Gcnsml Merchandise tand China Roods.
in the Flrc-prpof store, corner King and
Nuuanu streets. " t
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Ttrirwirtarft nf f3annin1 Afnr.
chandlse and Coinmisslon.Merchants,
Honolulu, l
't
S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Commission Merchants.' 214
M.
California street, Ban Francisco,
Cal. '
f ;
L E.N EH AN & O O i.
Importers and Commission Mer
chants, Nuuanu St., Honolulu. 1
S.N. Catlo. J. B. Athortbn.
flASTLE & O O'OJK'E
J Shipping and Commlialon Mer
chants. Importers and Dcnlers'lnj Gen
eral Merchandise, No. 80 King street,
uonoiuiu. l
QHARLES T. GULICK,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Agent to tako Aclcnouiedgincnts to
Labor Contracts,
AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Office, InMnkee's Block, comer Queen
and ICaahumaiiu streets, Uoiiolulu. 21
JU. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO
take Acknowledgments tp Labor
Contracts for the OBUlct of Konu. Of-
flee in the New "Gazette" Building. 1
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