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PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
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HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, MAY 1, 1882.
SO UbIi per Month.
THE DAILY. BULLETIN
Is published every morning, and cir
culated throughout the town, mid for
warded to the. other Islands by every
Subscription, - CO cents per month.
JI. L. SifKuiox, .... Editor.
All IvmMiio,ss communications to bo ud
drcsaed, J. W. Hobkutbox & Co.
There, are a great many things lost
that are found again, and a great
. many others that ore lost and never
found. " Tllere ure reputations lost,
which can never bo regained ; there
arc, liopqs lost which .come not back
agaiti 5 there are joys and friendships,
there are thoughts' nnd talents lost,
which are never, found. Every man
has nt some time some thing lost,
which he would'give the world, if it
were his, to recover. It may have
been but a single pearl from the
thread of friendship, or a mere hope
of liissoul, but' it was preciously
'cleat to him, and life is sad and dark
, . .Yfitlfout it. The smallest things are
V oftentimes the dearest 'to the heart
" of man, foi'thstance, a little wife, a
, little hcirya ilittle fortune', a little
' hbme.i'Ayba.t Wonder, then, that
,wlicuthey are lost, ho should offer
'. all . things for1 'their recovery?
Sir Walter Scotfs Visit To Homo.
'J.lio hoiise"1 where Sir 'Walter Scott
' lived 'while in Home is to bo com-
mcinoratod, wo read, by a murble
slab. 'The municipal authorities of
Rome are more careful and liberal
'than those of most other cities in
paying this sort of homage to illus
trious visitor. High up in the Cor-
. 5 $0,' near tlie Piaiza qel Popolo, is a
slrb to mark the hoube where Goethe
"thought and wrote immortal
things ; " and many other great modem
guests of Rome have their memories
preserved'.iivtlie same way. Some
wliat unfortuuate is the more recent
. addition, not,. however, made by Ro
man sentiment, to the memorials of
n marble, sjah witli an old sort of
acrostic' phiccfl' near his sad tomb,
under the shadow of tho pyramid of
Calnus Ccstus. Tlie association "g
Scott's- namei with that' of Rome, is
almost cutirely melancholy. Scott
looked upon Rome amid tlie decay
and decline of, his intellect and his
health.' lie had lone dreamed of
visiting .Italy, .and especially Rome,
and when ho came to the "City of
the Soul'.' he had no longer tlie spirit
or the strength to take interest in
what, he sw, . lie hud to bo hurried
away, from Rome, and reached his
oyu riverside only in time to die
within hearing of tlie murmur of its
waters. Still the municipality of
Rome are none tho less right in pay
ing trjbuj,tp his memory, and their
good example ought ,to. bo followed
by the 'inhabitants of, .other towns.
Hoot. Am. Journal. '
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M E A S
';. Served up Iji first-class style at all hours
, ',' Open from jj a. m. to" 10, p. m.
M t ' ' ' i ' Always on'lianu '
; .-Cigars, Tob?iceq,;Pipes
' '" &c, &c. Also,
' " ' Iced IDrinks !
& , 1,1i'nf TTTff.
Vm ' ,s '-n I .'x- r .
' A lot of Extra Quality
New Zealand Oats.
Go early and sqcuro what you want
73 Union Feed Co. 2w
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
71 ' Received by every steamer.
Gent's, Xladics' and Children's Furnish Iny Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 104 FORT STREET.
D3T READ AND BE CONVTNCED-a
P.O. Box 18374. , v office of C11plt.1l $1,000,000'
The International Clothing Company,
Corner of Broadway and Broom Street.
A. M. METMS, Esq., New Yokk City, Dec. Ctli, 1881.
Honolulu, Sandwich Island',
Dear Sir: Tour valued favor of November 18th Is to hand, containing your
order to which wo have given our closest attention, and you may rest assured wo
havo spared no pains to maku this Initial order satisfactory, having closely fol
lowed your Instructions, sincerely hoping by fair dealing to secure your entire
patronage in the Clothing Line. '
Wo are willing to make you our Special Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, and
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on prices, as wo aie thoroughly
h'ntlsfled that a proper representation of our goods, will, us has always been tho
case in the past, take precedence above all other makes of Ready Made Clothing,
as wu arc here, uuving our competitors out of tho market.
We inclose you a large and varied selection of samples of our.Sprlng and
Summer Stock for 1882 now being manufactured. They comprise many Novelties
and aro especially adapted for tho Ti oplc.il Clinics.
Wo have shipped your goods as requested via Panama, San Francisco, and by
steamer to the cure of your Agent, and you v 111 llnd in this leUer your bill of
lading, &c Hoping for nn early continuance of your patronage.
WC remain, very truly yours,
Tho International Clothing Co., ' DONALD FITZKRALD, President.
N. B. As It Is my Intension to visit tho colonies of Australia shortly, I shall
stop to see you on my way. Yours above.
With tho above I take pleasure in informing the public that I have
opened a full lino of '
Boots, Shoes nnd Slippers
of all descriptions and styles, which I will sell nt as lower-price as this
market will admit. Thanking tho public in general for post. favors re
ceived, I shall endeavor, as heretofore, .to please them with their wants.
54 A. M. MELLIS, 104 Port St., (Brewer's Block.)
New York. Life Insurance Co,
Assets, 847,000,000. Surplus, 810,000,000. . . ,
This Company issues every desirable form of policy.
The tontine policy 'issued by tlds Company yields better .returns than
muse oucrcu uy any outer company.
, C. O. BKRGE
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS,
This department being under tho- supervision of Mit. Ci.kviou,.wc arc
prepared to do all kinds of '"'',
Such as Bill head., letter heads, wedding invitations, posters,
rrogranimes, dnncc and piiBtness curds,
.Plantation drift books, cheque and receipt lmoks, .
Bills of fare, lodge notices, railroad' and shipping reccipts,"ctc. , etc.
' ' " "' :i r ... -"', ,;,.
Tlie wOrk done at our office is unsurpassed for neatness.
JSrCoincand examine our specimens' and be convinced.
H --HB!W!f. - -.JC-J !
Sometldng Now, 15 cents each, for sale
by J. YV. ltoberfKon & Co.
A now lot just rccched by
J. W. HOUKltTSON &. Co
" J. "W. BOBEBTSON & Oo.
BOOK-BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS.
This branch of our business, is under tlip supervision of Bin. Jons L.
Rwa, well known as the oldest and bust binder and paper-ruler in this city.
All description of Bfuk Books madd to otder, such as
Ledgers, Journals, Pay.nud Cnsli Books,
Plantation Time Books, Butcher Books, Pay Roll Books,
Check Books and all other binding; woil;.
Having a first-class Ruling: Machine
We can rule paper to any desired pattern. All work done at this estab
lishment is highly spoken of.
and Fauci Articles.
i'ur purucuiura upjuy iu
Kbit, bpqciul Agent .llnw'n Islands.
Redwood and Cedar
W -FERT LONQ.'for wlG In any qutui'
( ., titles, oy
A.i.r.N &, ItoniNHON.
U. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO
UKo 'AcKnowieiicmciits to Janor
ContractM for thu District of Kou't. Of
Jlce In ho New "Gur.etto" llulldlux. 1
Clmia Hprcckul. Wm, (1. Irwin.
WM. G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
MACFARLANE & CO
Inumiters nnd Commission Mer
chants'. ItobiiiKoiTs Fire-Proof Building,
Queen street, Honolulu.
IIACKFELD & COMPANY
Queen street, Honolulu.
P. Carter P. C. Jmicn, Jr.
BREWER & CO.,
Shltminc and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu. 1
THEO. II. DAVIES & Co., im
potters and commission mer
chants; and agents for Lloyd's and
the Liverpool Underwriters, British
and Foruign Insurance Co., and
Northern Assurance Co. 71
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEH & CO.,
Imiiorters and Commission Mer-cliantt-,
lit noiulu, OaJiu. 1
li. II. Williams, A. Cho pebt oujtb, W. n.Dlmond
WILLIAMS,. 'DIMOND & Co..
Shipping nnd Commission Mer
chants', Union lllock, corner Fine and
Market streets, San FruncUco, Cut.
Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
V.tclIU1 Steam Navigation Company,
Cunard ltoyal Mall Steamship Company
Cal. line of Packets from Ne'w York,
Hawaiian Hue of Packets,
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Marino Insurance Co. of London. 71
" Tmlmrtnl,,, iirffl Tli'iilor In fitmnrul
Dealer In (
Merchandise, Queen it., Honolulu,
Wholesale mid Ilctall Dealer In
General Merchandise and China goods,
in the Flrc-proof'store,, corner King anil
'Ntiimnu 'street. r 1
S. GftlNBAUM & CO.,
Tmivirtors of Opnernl Mor-
chaudUoaiid Commission Merchants,
ll'.n'oliilii. ' 1
MS. GRINBAUM & CO. ,
CoiuiuIhhIou ISIcrcUatits, 214
California street, Sun Francisco,
Cal. ' 1
LENEHAN & C O .,
irters and Commission
iiatm St., Honolulu.
8. . Catl(r. '
J. B. Athcrtnn.,
VA Shinnlmr and CominiKsIon Mer
qliantB. Importers nnd Dealers In Ccn.
eral Mcrclnmtlisc, No. B0
JEW-ELER, fi? OPTICIAN,
Dealer In Hawaiian Curiosities.
I-Store lu.tlie "Hawaiian Gazette" build-
44 Ing, oppos(to tho Hank.
TVTAX ECK.VHT, Manufitctnnng
1VL' .Tewelcr. No. 0 Kaaliainatui st, SI
Rep-ili lug Watches ami Clocks a Speci
alty, Nii.'fiH.l-Virt Street. 3jj
r (J N V E C T 1 O N E 11 Y
- J. Meluerny, .N. 71 Fort M., above
Hoti'l strcel, kii-pi always on hand an as.
Hortuicnl of thu list French and Cnllfor.
nln m.mufiictiircd confectionery, which
lie olli'is tor sale to thu trade or nt retail,
at ndutcd irlce; also thu bent brands of
choice t;.iiiirr. to bu had in the market.
Tlie best lee cream, soda water and cord
inlti Call and try them. 1
PEOPLE'S LINK OF
JAnns Donn, ... Proprietor.
NUUAXU VALLEY HOUTE:
Uplrlim: I.unxcW. (). ImlnC'i.
A.M. :1S, 7:00, 8:00, 10:30.
Dimn trips: heme Kcf.nrJ. ll.liy.
A.M. (!:30, 7:H0, 8:30, 11:00.
1.M.I2:45y2::!0, 1:-10, 5-.-I0, 7:00,0:20
Suxjuy Time Taum:.
Up trlp; I.paTo V. 0. Ire in & Co'.
A.M. !:00, 10:00.
1",M. 12:10, 2:00, 4:00, r,:30, 8:15.
DnvntrlpH; Uaultvi. or J. U. Pair.
a.m. 0:30, 10:80.
I'.M. 12:45, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10, 0:10.
ukuktania & PUNAHOU ST. ROUTE
Up trips: Luaxu W tl Irwin & Co,
a.m. i:(HJ, U:50, 7:45, 10:00.
I'.M. 12:0,-., 2:00, 4:00, 5:10, 0:45, 10:
Down trip: Lome Pumilicm xtiuct,
A.M. (i:30, 7:2."), 8.40, 11:10.
p.m. 12 :45, 3:10,4:30, 0:10,7:10,10:20
SrantY Timk Tablk.
Leave tho Stables, cor. Fort and Hotel
st., for I'unahou Street, Long llruucb
Baths, faro 60 cUs., baths included:
A.m. C:30 to Wttlklkl; 0:00, 10:00,
I'.M. 2:00, 4:00 to WalklU: 0:45, 1?
and 8: 15. ' ;
Down trips: Irf(icPunhun ftrect, -'
A.M. 8:00, 0:30, 10:30. f.
I'.M. 12:40, 3:10, 5:30, 7:10, 9:00. $
WAIKIKI ROUTE: j
Out trljw: Leave W. G. Irwin & Co.'s ''
a.m. 7:45, 10:00.
P.M. 2:00, 5:10.
Down trips: Leave Walklkl.
a. M. 8:20, 10:50.
P.M. 2:50, 5:50.
Sunday trips: Leave stables.
I. M. 2:00, 4:00.
a. m. 7:40.
I'.M. 2 :G0, 6:10.
The Long Branch Baths will bo tha ter
SB. DUIjK, Lawyer and Notary Pub-
Ilo, No. 15 Kaaliumanu st. 11
JM. DAVIDSON.Atto'rncy atLaw
24 Merchant street. 10
' Attorney and Counsellor at Ijiw.
Money to lend on Mortpapert of Free
holds. Ofllce, No. 34 Merchant st. 1
CECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
anil Counsellor at Law, Notary Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for tho Island of
Oiihu. No. 8 Kaahumauu street, Hono
lulu. . 1
. It . CASTLE,
""Attorney nt Law ami Not
ary Public. Attends all tho Courts
or tne Kingdom. l
FRANCrS M. HATCH, Attorney
at Law, 15 Kaaliumanu st. 23
WILLTAM O. SMITH, Attor
ney at Law, No. 36 Merchant
street. , 73 lm
Dlt. O. TUOUSSKAIJ begs to notify
his friends that ho has resumed
practice in Honolulu. Hc'sldcnco nnd
consilium,' rooms, No. 73 Iuuchbowl st,
oppoplus tin makul gate of tho Queen's
Hospital. Consulting: hours from 0 n.m
to 12. Telephoiiq No. 103. 50 lm
TVK. KMRUSON, rrstdunco nnd con-
.yj hiiitatitin rooms at Ko. 2 kukui st.,
comer of Voit.
Telephone No. 140.
DV. CHARLES T. RODGKRS,
Olllci'.Odd Fellow's Building, Fort
trcet. Itislilencc, Hawaiian Hotel. 1
A FULLER, Survej-or for Bureau
TTTJl'AY TAYLOIt. Tcuclicr of Piano-
' f,tn ii, lit i lfirin
Tuning in all
QHARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknon ledgnicnts to '
and gi:m:iial UUSINKSK AOENT.
Olllcc. In Mikce's lllock. corner Queen
and Kaitliuinimu htrcots, Honolulu. 21