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r ' t ILY . PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. j -x.; 'V No. 88. HONOLULU, II. I., SATRUDAY, MAY 13, 1882. snDrriuiLOD . r.iw W 7HI9 JIH, ! ii?P n j...... ; ;.. ..... , ... r 1 Hj V 'f I ! - "t. THE DAILY BULLETIN la published every inonilug, and cir culated throughout the town, ami for warded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. , Subscription, - 50 ccntB per month. II. L. Siikldon, .... Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, J. W. Koukhtson & Co. A CHRISTMAS JOURNEY 1 ' St I. RICHARDSON. Mrs. Lothcr made hideous grimaces ns she stared at him, hoping against hope that this might prove a jest; after all. . "I should like a. little private con versation with you, Aun Lother," said her brother-in-law, quietly 5 and Blanche took Amelia's arm, and led her from tho room. 'Do you think it is true, Blan ch'e,'.'' asked her" cousin, excitedly, " that he has lost all his'money?" " True enough," replied Blanche, sadly. " He read the news in the paper this morning, and fainted over it in the railway carriage. He is ill and weak still, I told you. "I hope he will continue ill and weak," returncd'the other'viciously. " To dare to go and lose tho money that ought to have been mine that mamma always told me should be mine! I hate him for it, Blanche; an ugly, dark, wicked old wretch 1 I only hope mamma will kick him out of the house. I don't think," with au ugly little laugh, " that we shall manage now to make him so com fortable that he will want to stay with us for very long. Mrs. Lother did not make her brother-in-law too comfortable. She was uuablo to cat all her gushin words the minute she had uttered thein as she would have liked to do, but, manner will often convey to a p'crson' what we hesitate to tell him straight out, ana Mrs. isomer's manner began, directly she had had a long private chat with hor brother- in-law, to inform him that she was bitterly disappointed concerning him. The Christmas bells lound anything but an echo of their mes sage good-will to all in her heart. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day nassed over ciuietlv. Mr. Lother keeping his room as an invalid, and iilancno liiiyaru attending upon mm. Blanche resenting bitterly her aunts meanness, strove, by every attention in her nower, to atone for the slijrhts put upon tho poor visitor; but she was a little taken aback when her aunt said to her, the day of the bull, " You are so devoted to Mr. Lother, Blanche, that I am sure you will find it 110 deprivation to stay with him in his room this evening. I do not intend you to be present at 'tho dance, as a punishment Jor your dis obedience. I will never forgivo you," in a stern whisper, " if you lot tho old man bo seen by one of my guests." Tho girl was obliged to obey; but it was nurd to know that Chrismas festivities were Tilling the house, and that she must not share in them. It was hard when tho music came Btealinir up to tho back room deem ed good enough for tho poor rela tion, it was hard when bursts of merry laughter broke on Blanche's car, and the patter of moving foot told that the dancing had begun. It was very hard not even to see tho fun; and though Blanche never guobsed that the reason her aunt had hidden away her brother-in-law was to maintain before her friends to whom she had boasted of him the fiction of her rich relation though Blanche never dreamed tho rea son sho herself was hidden uway was that Amelia should have tho chanco of captivating Herbert Faw ,cott yet sho could not help a few silent tears fulling, and Mr. Lother saw them. , (To bo contiuuod) B. F. EHLERS & Go,, All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods n Gent's, Ladies' and, Children's Furnlsliinff Goods, HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM, No. 104 FORT 53PREAD AND BE P. O. Box 18374. -OFFlCF. The International Corner of Broadway and Broom Streets. A. M. MELLIS, Esq., New Youk City, Dec. Cth, 1881. Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, Dear Sir: Your valued favor of November 18th Is to hand, containing your order to which wo have given our closest attention, and you may rest assured we have spared no pains to' make this Initial order satisfactory, having closely fol lowed your Instructions, sincerely hoping by fair dealing to secure your entire patronage In the Clothing Line. We are willing to make you our Special Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, and consequently can offer you Special Inducements on prices, as we arc thoroughly satisfied that a. proper representation of our goods will, as has always been the case in tho past, take precedence above all other makes of Heady Made Clothing, as wc arc here, driving our competitors out of the market. We inclose you a large and varied selection of samples of our Spring and Summer Stock for 1882 now being manufactured. Thuy comprise many Novelties and arc. especially adapted for the Tropical Climes. Wc have shipped your goods as requested via Panama, Siin Francisco, and by steamer to the care of your Agents, and you will 11 nd In this letter your bill o'f lading, &c. Hoping for an early continuance of your patronage. Wc remain, very truly yours, The International Clothing Co., DONALD FITZKRALD, President. N. B. As it Is my Intension to vlrit'tho colonics of Australia shortly, I shall stop to see you on my way. Yours' above. With tho above I take, pleasure in informing tho public that I have opened a full lino of Soots, Shoes find Slippers of all descriptions and styles, which market will admit. Thanking tho public1 in general fur past favors re ceived, I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to pleaso-thoin with their wants. 54 A. M. MELLIS, 104 Fort, St., (Brewer's Block.) Trimmings, Novelties, New York Life Insurance Co. Assets, 847,000,000. Surplus, $10,000,000. Purely Mutual. This Company issues every desirable form of policy. ' The tontine policy issued by this Company yields better returns than those offered by any other company. For particulars apply to 71 C. O. BERGEU, Special Agent Hnw'n Islands. A. KRAFT, JEWELER,JjSoPTICIAN, Dealer In Hawaiian Curiosities. Store In tho "Hawaiian Gazette" bulld 44 Ing, opposite the Bank. MAX EC K ART, Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 0 Kaahamanu st. 31 D. W. claekT Watchmaker Repairing Watches and Clocks a Speci 32 ally, .u. uoruuDutti. Hedwood and Cedar POSTS 71TEET LOlfG, for sale in ony mi an titles, by 31 AM.KN & ROIHNSON. T U. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO W - take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts for the District of Komi. Of lice in ho New "Gazette" Building. 1 Denims. Amoskeog and Pearl River Blue & Brown Denims, White, Blaok and Colored Blankets, Horso and Ico Blankets. For salo by 78 Iw A. S. Cleghorn & Co, DRY GOODS IMPORTERS, Becoived by evory steamer. STREET. CONVINCEDa OF- Capltal 93,000,000' Clothing Company, I wilIL sell at as lower price as this dpid-prancy. Articles. WILDER & Co., General Agents for the Mutual Life Insurance Go. of New York, The Largest, Safest and Most Economical Life Insurance Co. in tho world, Cash assets, - - over $90,000,000 For information concerning the Company and for rates of insurance apply to Wilpkr f& Co., General Agents ; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit ing Agent. 71 THE OLD COBNEB Kstabllshcs, 1858. Haht Bnos., : , ,: Proprietors. MEALS Served up In llrut-class style at all hours Open from 2 a, m. to 10 p. m. Always on hand Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes &c, &c. Also, Iced. Irinli: ! 75 Ci O N F 12 CTI ON E It Y , W P. Melnernv. No. 71 Port si., abovu Hotel street, kcepa ahvaya on hand an .-u-surtmentoftha best French and Callfnr. nla inanufucturcd confectionery, which he oilers for anle to the trade or at retail, at reduced price ; also tho beft brands of cholca cIl'um to bo had in th. market. The bent ico crcrnn, coda water and cord ialsCall uud try Ham. 1 FORT STREET, Commission Merohants. Claus SfreckiU. Win. (1. Irwin. WM. G. IRWIN & COMPANY, ' ' Knciir KnrlnrHimil Pommluulixi Agents, Honolulu. .-- -"T -".- w .. .w .. GW. MACFARLANE & CO., Importers and Commission Mer. chants, ltoblnnnn's Fire-Proof Building, Queen street, Honolulu. 1 HACKFELD & COMPANY, General Commission Agents, Queen street, Honolulu. 1 AS. CLEG HORN & Co., Importers and Commission Merchants, Dcat ers In General Merchandise, Quecu uud Koahumami sts., Honolulu. 78 II. A. P. Carter. P. C. .Ioue. Jr. CIJ 11 E W E R & CO., Shipping and Commission Merchants Queen street, Honolulu. ' 1 HEO.IL DAV1ES & Co., im porters and commission mer chants; and agents for Lloyd's nnd tho Liverpool Underwriters, British and Foreign Insurance Co., nnd Northern Assurance Co. 71 ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO., Importers and Commission Mor chants, lit nolulu, Pali u. 1 U.U.WIIItam, A. ChOfebrough, TV. H.DImnnd WILLIAMS, DIMOND & Co.. Shipping and Commission Mer chants, Union Block, corner l'lne and Market streets, San Francisco, Cal. AORHTS FOR Pacific Mall Steamship Company, Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Cunard Royal Mall Steamship Company Cal. lino of Packets from Now York, Hawaiian Hue of Packets, Cldha Traders Instiraiicc'Co. (limited), Marine Insurance Co. of Loudon. 71 JOHN T. WATEUIIOUSE, Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Queen t., Honolulu. 1 CAFONG, IMPORTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In (loneral Blcrchandtse, and China goods, In the Fire-proof store, corner King and Nuuanu streets. I MS. GRINBAUM & CO., Importers of General Mer chandise and Commission Merchants. Hi. nolulu. ' 1 MS. GRINBAUM & CO., Commission Merchants, 214 California street, Ban Francisco, Cal. 1 ? T. L E N E II A N & C O ., Importers and Commission Mer cluintB, Kuuanu Bt., Honolulu. 1 H. N. Ca.tlc. J. B. Atlicrton. CASTLE & COOKE, ShlpphiB and Comrainlon Mer. chants. Importers and Dealers In Qen. end Merchandise, No. 80 King street, rionolulu. 1 w ING WO CHAN & Co., 22 Nuuanu i-trcet. Importers and Dealers in Chinese Ijioous nnd Groceries. Always, on hand, Teas of ail quali ties suitable for family or plantation use. 81 Kulwrt Lew er, I!. M. Cookj. I EWE IIS & COOKE, J (ncc(Mors to Hewers & Dlckunn.) Imorlert nnd Dealer in Lumber and all kind) (it Building .Materials. Kort alrcet. Ilonolnln. 1 JAMES IIANLON will attend to laino or sick horses. Leave orders ut J. W. Robertson & Co's. 71 lw JOHN A. HAS SINCE It, " Agent In take Acknowledgment to Cntmrt for Labor. Interior 'Mliw, Honolulu. JK. WISEMAN, 27 Merchant st.. ' Ileal Kftatu Jtro'..cr. Kmployinent Agont and Uencral Ofllcc Builness, Telephone, No. 172. Itf HOLLlSTEIt & Co., Wholesale and Itutall DruauUlH. and Itnncrt- ers of Plnu Tobuei'.ns and Clears, and Maiinfor.iurcrR of tioda Water, Olngcr Ale, &c, &K. 10 PEOPLE'S LINE OF OMNIBUSSES, JAMKsDonn, - - - Proprietor. XUUANU VALLKY ROUTE: f. Up trip: Loavn W. l. Irwin & Cn. a.m. :15, 7:00, 8:00, 10::)0. 1. m 10. ft-, ..in, j. mi n.in i!.n n.nrk .. .,.., ..,-, ...v, v. ..,,....,, .w -yW ixmu iripK: i.rau !. in o. 11. i-ixiy, ,.-.. j a.m. u:au, t:;iu, .stun, 11 :uo. rM. 15 :43, a ::10, l :10, 5 :40, 7 :0t, 9 :iO, SrxiAV Time Taulju Up Irll"! I.rnvc W. O. Irwin Co'. A.M. !!:!, 10:00. !.. 12:10, 2:00, 4:0O, 0:110, 8:15. Down trlni; Lvavv lien, tit J. II. Paty, A.M. ! rlUk, 10:!10. P.M. 12:45, 2:0, -1:30, 7:10, 0:10. BKKRTANIA& VUKAHOU ST. ROUTE. Up trlpx: l.vavo V U Irwin CoV. A.M. :0O, (i:S0, 7U5, 10:00. r.M 12 :03, 2 :00, 4 :00, 3 :10r 0i45,,10 r. Down tripe: lA-nvu l'nuuliim Htmut, A.M. 0:30, :2.1, 8.40, 11:10. 1VM. 12 :45, 3 : 10,4 UH), 0 :10,7 :10,10 :20 Sl'MXVY TlMK TAUI.K. Leave tlw SUbles, cor. Fort ftudllotRl sts., for Punahou Street, Long Brunei Balhs, fare COcts., baths iwiluuert: . a.m. :30 to Walklkl; 0:00, 10:00 and 12:15. r.M. 2:00, 4:00 to. Walklklj C:45r and 8:45. Down trlpx: Lome Panalion utreut, A.M. S:0O, .)::), 10:30, 1-.M. 12:40-, :v:10, 5J0, 7:10, :00 WAIICIKl ROUTK: , ',. ) Out trips-. Leave Y. G. Irwin & Co.!s ,'-; A.M. 7:15, 10:00. r.M. 2:00, fi:10. Down trips : Leave-W'aikikl. A. M. vSd0, 10:50. .; ' r.M. 2:50, 5t50. "'''. Suiuhiy trips r Leave stablest ' A. M. 0:30. r. M. 2:00, 4:00-Leave-Walklkl-. A. M. 7:40. r. M. i:30, 5:T(H 1 The Long Branrk Baths wHl'lle-the tcr- t uibms. ProfossfonalB CJ B. DOLE, Lawyer ami Notary Pub- ' z1 r - lfl.r .IW. JU JWUUW11UUU Ob. ll.Jt " M. DAVIDSO-X-Attornev-atLnnr .$ ' 24 Merchant streets 1ft 'tnti TiiniTAWn v itrvt?nvn-Kr J-Attornoy and Counsellor at Law. ' -,'J Money to lend on Mortgages of Free- '5 CECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law. Nntm-v I'nh-' He, and Agent for takLig Acknowledg- ;, muuis ui iiiMtrumi'llls lor uio isianu or f.i Oahu. No. 8 Kiuiliuiimnu street, II0110- ''XI lulu. 1. -V - . 'Wil T P n. A T T . W Ai YV . ' " " " ' II A Knr...... n T ......... -V uij . .... .icuua cut iuu mii.ii OI tllo Jvingiiom. I4UIANCIS Al. HATCH, Attoriiivir VM at Law, 15 Kaahumanu st. 2'' w ILLIAM O. SMITH, Attnr-.- ney nt Ijiw, No. 3G Merchant , street DB. G. TKOURSKAU iK'gs to notify., J'vl his friends that he lui rewned ttlflftliji In llmiMliilii lo.LI.HuA....t ''' w) coiiBiiltlng rooiiM, No. 73 Punchbowl Ht.Vvlg oppoHlte tho makai gate of the Qucdii'' "'M iiwjinn. ,iii-iiinn- iiiiiics iruui 11 n.lll ''Wit tola. Telephone No. 1118. ul.ln'; "M TU. KMKIISON, re.-idenco aud con-' fi js Miiuuinii rooms at .no. a iiukui Bt.,' comer of Port. Telephone No. 141). 5D2ii DH. CHARLES T. KODGERS, Onicc.Odd Fellow's Building. Fort ..v irei'i. inniuucr, ilrtWUlllin lioiei, Z -d A Kl'LLER, Sun'e'or for Bureau,. 4 - Vorllni. in& WltAY TAYLOR, Teacher of Planoj '' fortn anil Onmn. Tunlmr In .in1 its branches, 40 0ml QHARLES T. GULICK NOTARY PUBLIC, Agent to take Acknowledgments to J Idior Contracts, AND OKNKRAL IJUKINKK.S AflKNfa Oftlco, luMuken'A Block, miner Qucenj and luiahuuifiuu htreets, Iloao'.ulu. 211 m jM ;fi 'WW! " M ;?m 'AiMi a m m VM I. fell . . V