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PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. . . 'i No. 40. HONOLULU, II. I., -WEDNESDAY, MA11CU 29, 1882. Snlnrrtptlont 3S Cents per Month. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published ccry morning, ntul cir culated throughout tlio town, and for warded to the other islands by every oppoilunlty. ( Subscription, :2a cents pec month. i' ' , Two .Thousand Miles in Open Boats. Tlio following paragraphs nro copied from tlio journal kept by Captain Halliday, during his voyage in a boat from the burned ship Nor val, until ho and his men were taken on board the steamer Likeliko at Mahukona. March 3rd At 4:30 p.m., the gas in tlievship oxplodcd, bursting up everything. ' Clewed up sails and backed the main yard; put two life boats into the 'water with provisions, which lay by the .ship all night. At 5 a.m. took in boats .and ,mado sail, to try and take tho Bhip as far as possiblo towards tho Sandwich Isl ands. At 11 a.m., firo was seen issuing-from tho. pump well. Set out boats and provisions. vAt noon, ship getting very hot", volumes of smoke issuing from the aftor hatch, main, hatch, etc. Got all hands into tho" four boats, at about 1 p.m., Maroh 4th, and lay by to windward. Could, see firo onlthe ship about the pump well and after .hatch. About- an hour after getting into tho boats, tlio mainmast went over tho side, largo flames of fire issued from tho .main hatoh right aft to the stern. About 4 p.m. the mizen-mast went by tho board, tho ship paying off before tho wind, enveloped in flames. Made sail on tho boats for tho Sandwich Islands, giving orders to those in the other ooats to lollow me and keep close. March 5th At daylight could not seo tho mate's boat, and saw no more of "her. Second mate's and boatswain's boats in company. Strong trades, shipped lots of wator. March 0th Took two men from tho boatswain's boat, tuid put tho remainder with provisions on tho second mate's boat, thoro boing no navigator on tho former should she part company. Hough weather; reefed 'botn.boat's sails. March 8th At noon, distance run, 110 miles; lat. 15.10 N., long. 126.47 W. Kopt showing lights during tho night to keep company with second mate. Strong breeze and much sea. March 9th Distance run, 110 miles. . 10th Distance, 108 miles, modeate woathor. llth Distance 105 miles; fine weathor and nice breeze. 12th Lat. at noon, 10.37 N., long. 134.09 W. Boats' crow, Bolf includod,4,number 12, second mate's boat, 9; all of whom I am gladixrsGeiooking so well. I hopo in God that they will continue soj and that wo may bo successful in our undertaking. Midnight moder ate and cloudy; fresh breeze and shipping sufficient wator to make it uncomfortable. 13th Distance, 112 miles, fresh trades; ordered second mate to enlarge his sail we have been detained a good deal waiting on him. Now ho oan pass'tts; strong trades; nasty cross sea. 14th Dis tanco, 120 miles. 15th Distance, 130 miles; strong trades with rain squaljs.' 16th Distance, 92 miles; wind, hauled to E., and set tho sails as Bquaro sails. 17th Distance, 124 miles. 18th Distance, 134 miles. 19th At 2 a.m., lost sitrht of second mate, in a squull; showed a light when hu answered it astern; dis tancarun, 100 miles; altorcd oourso toWJS, 20th Calm, put out oars; went alongside tho other boat, and all hands got in her stern, bring ing tho bow out of water to stop 'a leak in tho forefoot; distance, -40 milesj caught a turtle, but could make no uso of it; pulling with oars we find a vory laborious work in tho hot sun. 21st Light breeze, dis tniii'K, 05 miles; wo aro 300 miles from Hilo, !2nd Fresh trades; dihtiun'u, 82 miles; boats do not bail as well as at firbt-barnacles, nearly nn inch long, nro growing on their bottoms. 23rd Strong trades, dis tance, 115 miles. From Ililo, by chronometer, 113 miles. Midnight, clouds banking up to SW; roofed sails. 4th At 4 a.m. wind veered to SW, Bca'rising, showers of rain. At daylight bhw tho land; G:"50. closo in with tho land, but much en veloped in rain and fog; wind and sea increasing, ran both boats before it. Found wo must have made tho land about Laupahoehoo, to leoward of Byron's Bay. At noon, tried to land in a valley, but found thoro was too much surf. Could seo at different plnccs people On tho land waving us to tho northward. About 5 p.m. weather moderating, spoke a schooner at 'anchor near TJnolu Point, and learned that the Like liko was lvinir around to tho south ward of tho Island. Double banked the oars, and about 7:30 got along side tho steamer. Capt. King and his officers gayo us all possible at tention. Thank God, every ono is in. good health. Our food during tho voyage in tho boats was ono biscuit each, night and morning, with $ of a.pinfc ot water night and v morning, and about pint at noon. Tho con duct of the crow in both boats has been satisfactory throughout. Tho two boats in which tho voy age was made aro now lying at the foot of Brewer's wharf. The following re tho names of tho Officers and orow that were in the two boats whioh havo reached Honolulu: Capt. Geo. Halliday, Donald Molnnes, Win. Gibbons, Geo. Harpley,"Chns. Farmingcr, Jas. White, Kitondo Suza, Oscar Peter son, Wm. Grant Cook, John Iroy, Walter H. Braiu, Froddrick Bennet, David. Thomas (2nd inato), Johu Kelly, Frank Barwick, John Ander son, OiBterman, Jas. iirauley, Win. Heron, Henry Bordaman, Archibald Howoy. Tho names of.tho mato and crow in tho missing boat aro, Frank An derson. (1st mato), Jucob Hulbart, Valiritini Valenius, Simon Lafka, Gustafson, Jas. Martin, Chas. Pierce and Wm. Bingham. 1,700 pkgs sugar caino to hand yesterday. Tho Japanese Embassy will visit tho Public Schools to-day. . Mr. E. P. Adams commences a two day's credit sale at hia sales room this morning. The bark Atalanta arrived yester day; .142-days from Liverpool. She brings an assorted cargo to J. T. Waterhouse, Esq. Tho whaling bark Abram Barker caught ,3. whales off theso islands; sho was boiling it down off tho har bor yesterday. The various .Committees for tho Art Loan Exhibition will meet this afternoon at tho Library and Read ing Room at 8 :30 o'clock. Tho mail by th6 schr "Leo" for fi. F. will cloeo nt tho PostOflice this A. jr. at 11 o'clock. All letters marked " per Leo" will bo forwarded. Tho Ilonolulu Dramatic Club will give nn entertainment nt the.Music Hall next Saturday evening, when the following pieces will bo present ed: "Tijo on parlo Frangais," and 5 Tho Happy Man." Tl'. EMEIIS0N, (No. 2 Kilkul .stieet, jl corner ifort) will lie mount on an othor IbIiuiJ, until Hutiiriliiy, Apiil 1st. 1 OONSIGNKE'S NOTICn Tho bktno W. II, Dlnioiiif, fiom Sun Francisco Will comincnco dlschaiglng to-day. Con tlgncos wilt call Ut tlio olllco of tlio undersigned, pay freight, and recelvo their ordois. G. v'. Jlucfarluno & Co, NOTICE Tho Praying lu,mcss of my lHto hutfbniid will bo can led on by mo, In the sumo manner us heretofore. Also on hand and for miIu, Firewood, Kuknuko Salt, White and Black Sand, lu quantities to suit. VlOlOUIA Waiiu. Honolulu, March. 21,1682, 45 TELEPHONIC. Diamond Hi:ai, March 29, Gi40 a. in. Weather clear; light NK wind Schr Munnokawal 0 miles to leeward. Arrivals. March 28 BkAtnlnntn; from Liverpool Schr Kulniimuu, from Kohala Wh bk Abrani B-irkcr, fin Kl d ikekua Wh bk ElUa from Koalakekua Departures. March 23 Stnir Kllanoa Hoiij for ICahtilul 'Stmr Likcllke, for w lndward ports IStiiir C It Blfhop, for Kiuinl Schr Gun Sclgal, for Wal.ilua Bktne Ella, fur Sail FiuncSsco Schr Caieiinn, for llaiialcl -SchrWaldll, for l'aauhau Vessels Leaving lliis day. Bark licnry Buck, for San Francisco julirieo, lor Kan Jtrnnuisco Nehr, .Jenny, for l'linuhuu Slhr Kekiiiiltinhl, foi' llaualcl Schr I'llama, for Ilunalol Schr Paualil, for Kahol.ilelo Sell' Wulchu, for Oiioinoa Passengers. Troin ICoua, &c, per Iwalanl, March 28th Hon J M Kiipunn, Dr Tiouseau, Mr Johnson, Mrs Muruuc, Mrs Koll, J JIowio. For windward ports, per Llkcllkc, Marcli r,8 Dr YVhltinoro, 11 Deacon, AY F Johnson, C H Crane, T .1 Ilayseldon, ED Baldwin, OF Hart, 11 Wood, C G KyimcrMcy, G Holmes, J Woods, J II Sopcr, R'Hlnds, C Policy, S L Austin, Mips Liihllnhl, Dr Thompson, D It Vlda and 3 children, W llurrlll, and 100 dock. Vessels in Port. Bk Lizzie Bell Bk Earl of Dnlhouslo Bktno W H Dlinoml Bk Atalanta Tern Compeer Am bk D. C. Murray Topsail schr Leo. Am bk Hcury Buck Am Die itevcro Am tcin Eva Am Miss. bgtno, Morning Star, rppalrlnj Am Schr Ida Scltnauer, lcpniiing Gcr bk C It Bishop, for Now York Am bk Amy Tumor, for Now York Vessels Expected. Stmr Ceylon, from Yokolnmi, duo Mch Bk Lady Lampson, fin S F, Moh B kUuena Vista, fm Fort Gnnblc, Meh Ship Fiona, fiom Newcastle, Anrll. Stmr Clly of Sydney, fm Sydney, Apl 10 Stmr Zutilnndln, fiom S. I Apill 1C Bklne Amelia, fm Port Blakeley, Apl Bk Stella, fiom Now Yoi k, Apl Bk Edwaid May fiom Llvcipool, May Bk Furncss Abbey, from Boston, May BkPilscllla, fiom Xen castle, Slay Bklno Kllkitat, f loin l'oit G.imblo Teui W. L. llcehcc, liom.Utsalady Suhr Itooiilo, fm S. 1.. for Knliiilul E-cort, fai Newcastle, for Mahukona Bk Paradox, fiom Bremen UNION FEI'I) COMPANY, A. W. Busii, Mmiagor. See advcitlio nient on other p.igo. 28 OST FROM" THE PIIEMISES J of tlio Itoval Hotel, a Can.irv lib d. with a black spotted top-knot. The tinder will bo reasonably invarded on letiiriilng It to tlio Koyal Hotel, 10 CORAL STONES FOR SALE. Annlv to 45 lw 21 J). MONSAllUAT. "rpwo OllPirANS." Any party X having a copy of tho Two Or phans, In printed form or manuscript, and willing to poll or loan tho same, will obllgo by leaving word to that ctfuU at this oillcc. :tl MAX ECKAItT, Jfani Jeweler, No. G Kaaliamu Sranufacturiiig .tun st. 31 A. KRAFT, JEWELER.VOPTICIAN, Dealer In Hawaiian Curiosities. Store In tha "Hawaiian Gazette" build 11 lug, opposite the Bank. . D. Wi CLARK, Watchmaker ItepalrlngWutches nud Clocks a Speci alty, No. C8 Fort Street. J2 FOR SAN FRANCISCO Tho fast sailing Schooner : Harrington, master, "Will have immediate dispatch for tha iiloe poit. For freight or possago ap ply to F. A. SctiAnn-n &C0, Agents. - k FOR SAN FIIANCISCO. J?;!?!- Tho CHpr" Bark D . C . M U R R A.Y," Havens, master. jui i Will have quick dlspateh'for the above port. For freight or passage, npply to F. A.,Sciluu'eu is Co., Agents, n FOll SAN FRANCISCO. Thu clipper bktno II . DUION W D Uoudlett, master. ,- r Will have quick dispatch for tho above poit. For freight or passage npply to G. W. Mcvaui.vni &, Co., Agents. FOR SAN FRANCISCO m&KCUS luu o-inasieu ecur " EVA," - - - Pane, master,, Will have quick dIpatch.for tbcaljoyo port. For freight or passage" apply to C. Buuwkk & Co., Agents. F OK NEW YORK DHUCCT. , Tho Al American bark , "AMY TURNER," Noyvell, mastor Will have quick dispatch for tho abovo poit. For ficlght or passage apply to JI. llACKKUi.n & Co., Agents. g.STEAMER LIKELIKE 1S:S King, - Master. lj Leaves Ilonolulu onch Tuesday at 4 p.m., touching nt Lnhalna' Maa laea Day, Mnkenn, JIahukono, K awalline, Laupahoehoo and Hilo. """ Heturiiiug, will touch at all tho alovo ports, nnlvIiiB at Honolulu each Sunday a.m. N , - ,-f ) 1 ri?..TAnTFTn MATTiStonm. Lj ship Companyl'. FOR SAN FRANCISCO, Tho splendid stenrnShlD " CITY OF SYDNEY," Dearborn, Commander. Will leave Ilonolulu for SanFrauoleoo on or about April 10. i FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND Tho splendid steamship zealand;ia," Webber, Commandnrr. On or about April lOtL," For freight and nssngo apply, to H. IlnckfoUt ik Co., AgontM. ."" Professionals. i i JM. DAVIDSON, Attornoy ntLaw- 24 Merchant sticct. ( 10 s. B. DOLE, LAWYER, corner Foitand Merchant streets 11 EICIIARD F. BIOKERTON, Attornoy and Counselor ift Law. Money to lend on Moi tgagea'of Freo holds. Olllco, No. 23 Merchant st. 1 riECIL BROWN. ATTORNEY J and Counsellor ntLnw, 'Notary Pub lic, and Aciit for taking Acknowledg liients of Instruments for tho Island of Ouliu. No. 8 Iuiiiliumanu street,. Hono lulu. - - 1 w R . OASTIE, Attornov nt Law and Not ary Public. Attends all tho Courts ofnio Kingdom. T7RANCIS M. HATCH! Attornoy -A- ut Law, 15 Kii.ilminauu St. 2J -r 5RS,1 DR . CHARLES T. RODGERS Olllce.Odd Follow'a-lluIIdlnL'. Fort Hlnet. Ilcaldcni'o, llawnllaa Hotel. 1 T r 1 AY TAVI.Oll, Teacher of Flano- ' fortii and Organ. Tuning In all Its branches. 40" 0m . : iio VCfAN'lTD a smart HOY, yea-.! of nge. Apily about, 14 to J. TV. 44 lw Kolieitum ti Co TXTANTKI), linmi'dliitely, a first-class V Hugar Holler. Apply to H. Hacfc fi'ld &Co. or A. Unu.1. - ' 41 TOIIN " A'f.mt I A. HASSINGE-R, A"ent to tako Ac-ii(nvledirraent to Contracts for Labor. Interior Ofllce, Uouolulu. 1 jSS "LEO," cCL. PEOPLE'S' LINE OF OMNIBUSSES. Jambs Dodd, ... Proprietor. inJUANU VALLEY .nOUTE j Up tripqt IjOtp-W. a. Jrwfn- Co'. A.M. G:15,7!00, 8:00, 10:80. P.M. 12 :05, 2 -.00, 4 :00, 5 :10, C :30, 0 :00 Dawn IrlpB: T.envo Ken. nf J. II. Tnty. A.M. 0:30, 7:U0, 8:30, 11:00. i'.U. 12 :45, 3:30, 4 S40;5 : 10, 7 :00, 9 :20 r . Sunday Time Tamx. Up trips; Lcnvo W. O. Irwin & bo's. A.M. 3:00, 10:00. . P.M. 12:10, 2:00, 4:00, C:30, 8:15. .Down trip; I.cmo l!e. of J.U. 1'itj, A.M. 0;30, X0J30. i.M. 12:45,' 2:30, 4:30; 7:10, 0:10. BEItETANIA Js 1'UNAHOU ST. KOUTE Up trips: LunoW O Irwin & Co', a.M.-tC.:1Q, C:C0,7UIi,t 10:00. r.M.' 12:03, 2:00, 4:15, 5:10, 0:45, 10: Down trips: Lciwol'unnhou (troot, A.M. 0:30, 7i80, 8.20, 10:30. f p.m. 12:45, 3 :30; 4 :30, 5:40,7 :10,10 :20 ' "l V.SUNDAY TlMulTAULBr Lcavo tho Stables, cor. Fort and Hotel sts., for Punahou Street, Long Branch Baths, faro ,50 cts., baths Included: A.m. G:30 to Walklkl; 9:15, 10:15, nnu-ia:io. . l'.M. 2:00, 4:00 to AValkikl; 7:00, and 8:30. ,r Down.trlps : 'LcaTo'Pnn&hoa street, A.M. 8:00, 0:30, ,10:30. p.m. 12I4Q, 2:80, 6i80, 7:15, 0:03. WAIKHCI ROUTE: Out trip's: Lcavo W. G. Irwin &. Co.'s a.m. 7:45, 10:00. p.m. 2:00, 5:05. Doyntripsi: Leave Walklkl. 'A.M. 8:10, 10:35. r.M. 2:50, 5:35. Sunday trips: Lcavo stables. A. M. C:30. p.m. 2:00, 4:00. Lcivb Walklkl j t A.'si. 7:30. e'.jM.--2:40, 5:00. Tho Long Branch Baths will bo tho tcr- mliu.c. Commission Merohants. Clam bprcckele, Wm. O. Imln. WM. G.IRWIN & COMPANY, ' ' RumnFjip.lnrHn.nrt nnmmlwilnn Agents, Ilonolulu.. 1 f W. MAOEARLANE & CO., " Importers and Commlasion Mer. chnuts. Itoblnson's Flrc-Proof Building, (uecu street,, Honolulu., , 1 TT IIA'Cjn?ELDl& COMPANY, -M- General Commission Agents, Queen street, Ilonolulu. 1 III. A. P. C&rtor. . P. C. Jnnc, Jr. B R E W E ,R & CO., fl- Rlilnnlno-nnd rjnmmlsalnn Merchants Queen strict, Honolulu. , 1 ED. HOFFSfJHLAEGER & CO., Importers and Commission Mor-chanu-, lit nolulu, Oaliu-"- ",Jt, , 1 t:ohn' T. WATERHOUSE, n . 1 " - Imnorter nnd Pcalor in General i Pcalor in Gi Merchandise, jQuqen st; Honolulu. ,Ch, A'FONGs IMP.ORT.ERv Wholcsolo and Retail Scaler in General Merchandise nnd China goods, In' tho Fire-proof storo, corner King and Nuuonu streets. . ' , . I MB? I o. vx iv xx uauiu o j v., o nnTMti a mj c rt r '. .Iinnortcrs or uenorai Mer- chandlsoaitd Commission Merchants, Honolulu. . h. 1 M, S. GRLNBAUM & CO., Commission Morclinnts. 214 Callfomiii street, San Francisco, Cnl. ' : ' "I LE N E H A.N & C O ., --! Im Importers nnd Commission Mor clinnts, Niumnu'st., Honolulu. 1 S. N. Caatlo, t J. 11. Atliorton, & OO'OKE, ri a s t l e Shipping . nnd Commission Mer- clmnli.' J Importers nnd Dealers In Gen. cial Merchandise, No.vB0 King street, Ilonolulu. ' 1 QHARLES T. GULICK, NOTAHY PUBLIC, Agent to tako Ackuhwledguients to Lnbor Coutrarts, AND OENKHAL BUSINESS AOENT. Ofllce, luMukvu'H Block, coiuor Queen and lCnahunmnu streets, Honolulu. 21 J. U. KAWAINUJ, AGENT TO tako Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts for the District of Konu. Of fice In the New "Gazette" Building. 1 L O"