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THE D AIEY BULLETIN
No. 286.
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1883.
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The Daily bulletin
Is published every morning by tho
Daily Bullktik Publishing Co ,
nnd circulated throughout tho town, nmt
forwarded to the other Islands by every
opportunity.
Subscription, GO cts. per month.
G. Caiisox Kknyon, . t Editor.
All business communications to bo ad-
dressed, Manager Dnlly Bulletin, Post
Olllco Box No. 14. Telephone 250.
Ofllre, .... 4('uccn Htrcct,
Opposite West's Cnrrlngo Tactory.
' J. G. Cr.xvion, Manager.
LONDON GOSSIP.
(MY FI.ANEUH.)
' Bpcdal Tor tlio DMIy Unllctln-l
The Parliamentary Whips on both
sides oi the Houdc have hcenfairly
active in encouraging tlieir men to
forego the pleasures of the chase for
the exciting diversions of the division
lobliyrNo doubt all will respond,
although not ,with a good grace, to
the call. Many ycais ago, on the
eve of a great national question one
tiial, wasto conyuise tthts country
beyond tho limit of all that then was
known the Whips wcic assiduously
at work ' to poll thehvmen and pair
off those unavoidably absent on
urgent private business. Every one
was accounted forj and tho maimed,
the halt, and the blind were ticked
off by Government and Opposition
as if they had an interest in their
recovery. Under these clrcumbtances
iticamc to 'pass that one Honorable
Member, supposed to be ti articulo
mortis, vjas paired against one in
fuUTieftlthVand strength, i As every
vote was worth untold gold, the
diligent Whip thought he would
score two on a division by cancelling
the arrangement. So, ho said to the
Whip on the other side.
'I can produce my man you
enn't1 produce yours.''
' "Can't I? why?"
'They say'he's not able to move."
'Indeed! vI have him here in
town.'--'" 6-
".Ohlliii.thatcase, the pairs must
Btund."
ThctWhiprspokethe truth, for that
morning ho had brought up the re
mains pf,theii.iV!'lid in his coWii!
Sir W. Lawson would find a mag
nificent' ttexC for a seimon on 'the
di inking habits of Anglo-Indians in
the composition of a ciow's nest
which has lately been discovered near
tho general market, Bungalorc.
Whether from the heat of the climate
or mcie human depravity, theie is no
doubt that ''pegs" ofi brandy and
soda form an important item in the
expenses incident to an Englishman's
-life in India ; but the malice of that
depraved biid, the Indian crow, in
blazoning tho fact to all the world by
building his.ncsl of soda-water w'ne
is inexcusable, and justifies Burton
in placing the cow tribe among the
"limlicious-' devils. The ncsL has
been picsenlcd to the Government
Central Museum, wheic it will remain
ns a jnemoiial of the ingenuity of the
crow' and the.vcakness of mankind.
Piincc Alexander, the present
Prince of Orange, is the only surviv
ingfrnale" of the 'direct line of the
Royal Ilquso of the Netherlands.
His health has for long been precari
ous, and at present he is very ill.
Should anything happen to him, tlicio
will bo left only two heirs presumptive
(if I mny'so say) to the ciown. One
is the Prince of Nassau, who, in view
of possible contingencies, has for
some months past taken up his
residence in The Hague. The other
is the youpg daughter that King
William .has had through his second
marriage with a Prussian princess.
In this state of 'thing it is easy to sco
that it is quite on the eards for com
plications toaiiso which might favour
the views which Germany is said to
entertain concerning Holland.
An unpleasant advcntuic happened
this week to tho Duke dc X. Ho
was driving in the Hois, when a
brougham containing tro ladies was
upset through the hoise taking fright.
One of tho fair cieatures being much
hurt, His Grace igallantly lifted her
into his curilngo, aud drove off to
tho1 nearest doctor. Unfortunately
on ,tho way he came across tho
Duchess, who was taking a walk,
nnd as tho injured lady turned out
to-be n demimondaine, tho situation
was compromising in the extreme,
nnd, notwithstanding all evidence to
the contrary, tho Duchess reraaius
sulky, and refuses to believe her
husbaud guiltless,
B. F. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods
71
Grand Holiday Gift Sale!
AT
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
A handsomely painted Palette or Placque will be
presented to each purchaser to the amount
of $1, or over, during the sale of
New Holiday Goods at
. v.Atv.f. MV -'M
lV
101 Fort
MRS. A. M. MELLIS
HAS JUST OPENED
A Magnificent Lot of Ladies Hats,
r -' ' i . (Fashionably trimmed),
. .. .
at' her
Dress Malting Establishment, Fort St.
FOB SALE.
Franklin Stove Coal !
In any quantity,
"WliolcHttlo or Retail,
BY-
23G
Wilder & Co.
To the IindieH !
ELEGANT FANCY WOEK
VOr THE 1IOLIDA1S.
ORDERS taken and lemons given in
Chenille, Silks, and Cicwcl km
broidcry. Work to be seen every day
from 10 a. m. to 2 p.m., at 131 Fort street
(next door to Dr, Brodie). 212 Mn
A. KRAFT,
JEWELER.Jh OPTICIAN,
Dealer in Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store In the "Hawaiian Gazette" build
11 lug, opposite the Bank.
Chns. D. Gomsch,
Practical Watchmaker.
8S?" Hotel Street, opposite the
12J Urn Intel national Hotel. -0
" D. W. CLARK,
Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Always on hand a nice btoek of
K2 Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ."
Repairing Watches and ClockB a Speci
alty, No. 55 Hotel Btrcet. U2
Telephone, No. 210.
Artesian Ice Works
ICK DKtlVKMED to all parts of the
city and Mibuibs,
)rdeis fiom tho other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
Olllco at W. E. Fostku'h, Sitddlcr,
Fortsticet. ,.,
1D0 Telephone No. 111. am
HONOLULU ICE. MANUFACTORY.
Ico delivered to all paitsof tho
City. BhlppliiK supplied In quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. 6. Oulou at
WlMcr & Co.'B.
sHHsBCiSsiwyflPit w '
HHsHlBnGSfilsUli '
nnj irfff
Received by every steamer
THE
ELLIS
Street.
II.
S.'TREGLOAN,
TAILOR,
FORT ST.
201
Robert LcTOrr,
OjiI. Cooke.
T EWERS &. COOKE
(Buccr880ra to Lewcis & Dickson,)
Importers and Dealers iu Lumber and all
kinds of Building Materials, Fort street,
Honolnln 1
WILDER & Co., Dcalcis in
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt
and BuiUlug Mateil.Us of ccry kind,
cor. Fort' and Queen his., Honolulu. 1
ALLEN & ROBINSON, Dealers iu
Lumber nnd all kinds of Building
Materials Faints, Oils, Nails, etc. 71
BK0WN & PHILLIPS, Practical
Plumbcis, QasFIttcrsaml Copper
smiths, No. 71 Xing St., Honolulu.
House nnd Ship Job Work piomptly
executed. 17.
fekpCHR. GERTZ, No. 80 Fort Bt.
impoi'cr nnd dealer in Gent's,
Ladles' and Ohlldicu's bootH, shoes and
slippers. Oil
BROWN & CO., linpoi tors and
Denlero iu Ale, Wines and Spliils,
No. ! Met chant st., Honolulu. 12
y?'pn HONOLULU IRON "WORKS,
S4bSte.iiu cnglncf, tugar mills boll.
m, toolucs; lion, lna-s and lt.nl cast
ings; mnchlnciy of every dc-ciiption
made to order, l'aiticulur attention paid
to shlp'h blacksmlthing. Job workese.
cutcd at short notice. 1
in
Carriage
Builder.
Buggies, Cnniagcs, Expicss Wagons
anil evcrj' kind of vehicles
inanufactuicd.
niacksmithing, horse-shoeing,
and all kinds oi repairing done.
Wilson Brothers,
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Uoroq Sliotlug a bneoiulty
A urM-class man being speciaily engaged
for that work.
Bhlp aud Wagon work faithfully
attended to.
Shop on tho Esplanade, op. Hopper's.SOl
HPHK Hawaiian Journal, "KoHa
X waii Pam 'AisAjVi owned and
edited by Kuwuinui Bros, j'ihasa
weekly edition of 8,300 copies, and
is the best advcrtisiug.inedium. Of
fice," No. 0 McTch'unt ut, 1
ji i i
if tm&M&MMl
A H -7'BSwll -
FORT STREET.
Commission Merchants.
Geo. W. Macftirlano. II. R. Maofarlnnc.
0. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER-
CHANTS aj,d
Suyav Factors,
Flrc-Froof .Building, G2 Queen street,
Honolulu. U. I.
agists for
The Wnikapu Sugar Plantation, Maul,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
The lleciu Sugar Plnntntion, Oahu,
Huulo Sugar Mill, Mnul,
Huclo Sugir Plantation, Maui,
Puulo.1 Sheep ltnnclt Co., Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow nnd Port
able Tramway Works, Leeds,
Mirrlccs, Watson & Co's Sugar Machin
ciy, Glasgow,
Glasgow ami Honolulu Lino of Packots.
183
F.
He
S. PRATT & GO.
Auctioneers and General
CnninilsHlnn Mnrnhnnts
'Beaver Block, Queen St'., Honolulu.
Sjiecial attention ghen to tl
the bale of
Ileal JSstatc nnil Pcisonnl Properly.
Advances made on consignments,
210
Claim S rcckcN. Wm. O. Irwin.
WG. Irwin & Company,
Sugni Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
HHACKFELD & COMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
Queen street, Honolulu. l
A.
S. OLEGHORN & CO.
Imnorteis and Commission
Merchants, dealers in General Mcichau
disc, Queen aud Kanhumanu sts , Hono
lulu. 78
II, A. P. drier. 1. C. Joncn, Jr.
C BREWER & COMPANY,
. SlilppuiE aud Commfssion
v bnipping ana com
Merchants, Queen st., Honolulu.
1
Theo. H. davies & Company,
Importers and Commission
Merchants; agents for Lloyd's and the
Liverpool Underwriters, British and
Foreign Ins. Company, and Northern
Assurance Company. ' 71
JOHN T.k WATERHOUSE,
v Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
Tlf S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
J-'-L Iniportcis of General Mer
chandise nnd Commission Merchants,
Honolulu. i
"IVF S. GRINBAUM & CO
---- Conn
Commission Meiclmnts. 124
Cullfoiuiiv
street, Sun
Francisco,
1
Cnl.
L H N E II A N '& CO..
-- In
Iniportcis and Commission Mer.
chniits, Nuuanu St., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Cncllc.
n A STLE
J. B. At'icrton.
& COOKE.
Sllinninir and Cnniminslim lUnr.
chants. Importers nnd Dt-alcisin Gen
eral Merchandise, No. B0 King street,
Honolulu. ' i
wjn
ING WO CHAN & Co..
TT Inipoiteisand Geneial Dt.deis
iuEiiglMi. Ainciicanmid Chinese Pio
lloiw, Plantation Tea and General
Supplier. ANo,'wliltu and eoloied con
tract mattinir, all qualitits and prices,
fig?" No. 2J Nuuanu Street, oppoelt
Mr. Afong's. si
itc
No Bush Whacking Here
LiVi-.ssAViJU hy pur.
chasing your
Horse Equipments .
From W. FENNELL. -vSfe?
Practical Mechanic, 12 King street.
:5TNo Petei Funk btock here. 200
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Have received a largo nssorlment of
Colonial Saddles,
to suit all elates of puicfiosers, per 8. S.
11
Austrulia,
DK. Do FItlES,
YETERINARY SURGEON, lesi.
' dencu and Medical Rooms and
Stables, near tho coinei of Victoria st.,
on Berettiuia Mrcct,
Cures all kinds of Dumb Animals,
All Hortc and Cntilu neiftctly cuied
or no LomnunKiitlou iinUid,
My Dliilonia as pi anted by Ihc "Ley.
dcn,rUnheihity, at Flolliind.
C2TLeae ouleis at J. E. WlHcma'u's
Olllce, Merchant sticct, or at my re,l
dnicc. 2Ji) Jm
JOHN N0TT,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Pjumbcr, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plunibera'.htock and niotals,
House Ii1urnibliiiig Goods,
Ti Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
m
Professionals.
SARAH B. FEIRCE, M. D., ,
Ladies' and Clillilicn's Physlctan.
Offlcc nnd residence, No. Ji 8cli6ol "street,
(between Foil nnd Emma),
Ofllcc hours 10.B0 to 11:30 a. m.
249 liilOto.'liSOp.m.
DR. EMERSON,
Residence and consultation rooms
at No. 2 Kukul at., comer of Foit.
Telephone No. HO.
n!)2m
D",
Q. Trousseau.
ucss tri iidtlf his friends that he
nas lcsumcu practice luilonolultu. Rcsl.
deuce and consulllnir rooms, No. 73
Punchbowl st., opposite tho iilnknt gato
of the QltLcn's Hospital. Consulting
hours fi out 0 a. m. to 12. , i
Tclcjilione No. 193. ' S(i
W AUSTIN WHITINQ, , , j
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Agent to tnkc acknowledgments''!
Instruments.
Kaahumanu st , Honolulu. '200
T M. MONSARRAT, I .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY1 PUBLIC.
Real Estate in any part of the Kltigilo
oought, Kold nnd lcnscd.'bn1 "H
coinmissloh. ' "'" 1-
Loaiis nogollatcd, ' ' '""
Legal Documents Vrriw'n.
No. 27 Mcrchaul st. (Gazette Block)' ' '
100 Honolulu, HiiwniiniiTs'faiHls
III" in
Q B. DOLE, y.
kj La j er and Notary P,ublic,
11 No. lulutnhumauu s,t.
J M. Davidson; i y-tuLxoh
Attoinet Lav,W . .
10 ai Mcrcljant street.
"Urancis M. Hatch,
1 " nil
Attorney at Law. , ,f , , ,
23
15 Kuahumnnu st.
JIOHN RUB8ELIJ, ' 'i ,
Attorney at, Low, y., , ,
Olllce, coiicr of Fort aud Merchant St.
(up stairs) ' i.,'" .11"
iT,lCHARD F. .BICKERTON,
-' Attorney nnd Counsellor.atnLaw.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free'
holds, Olllce, No. 31 Merchant st. 1
CECIL BROWN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, NotaryiPub
11c, and Agent for taking (Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of
Oahu. No. 8 Kaahumanu street, 'Hono
lulu. - " 1
ILLIAM O. SMITH, Attor-
ncy at Law, No. 3G Merchant
street. , 73,1m
""I O. berger,
KAAHUMANU BT11EET.'
r !
General Agentfor ( tUl
Tho N. Y. Life Insurance Company, ,
Tlie City of London Fire In. Co(limit'd)
Maeiicalc & Urban Safes, i' I
The Celcbiutcd Springlicld GasMaciiln,o
Gas Fixtures of Jlitchelli Yanco & Co.
KW . . .. I
J. WILLIAMS & Co. ...
120 Fort Street, . . Honolulu,
Portrait and Landscape
3Plio tog'ra,pliei.
160 ly ji
ii
QIIARLES T. GU'LICK,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Agent to take A.kno lcdgincnts to
Labor Contracts, '
AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Olllce, in Makee's Block, coiner Qucc'u
. ' i i ii
and Kaahumnuu sti'-ets, Honolulu. '21'1
f
' ' i'i
WILLIAM AULD', -A'gcntMo
tnkc Acknowledgments tq, Con
tracts foi Labor for the District of, Kouu
Island of Onhu, at the olllco of the Hono.
lulu Watci Works, foot of ,Nuuunu Bt.i'
J8Utf. .
TOILN'A. HASSINGER,
" Ageiltto take Acknowlcdgmcnti to
Contracts for Labpr. Interior Olllce,
Honolulu. ' 7;' " '
C. AKANA, '
Chinese and Hawaiian Train.
latui und Iulcrpictm,
No. 48 King street, Honolulu., .
Translations of clfher of 'the abova
languagcH nuido with liccuiugy and dlh
patch, and on casouubc eiu). , ,, 01)
II. BRUN8, Cooper and Ganger, '
Water Tanks of any (lipienhlotiB,
Cooperage-, No. 10 Foit stitct,
Honolulu.
Oil Casks, Shocks aud Hoop Iron con.
221 stantly on hand and for snk'. ' ly
CANDY FACTORY
AND BAKERY. ' '
F, HORN, isiacti'cal Confectiondi,
Pastry Cook aiid Baker. '
No. 71 Hotel st. ' Telephono - ,74.
G. II. ROBERTSJ&N,
Ja Onhiuaii 1jcsl"t6aiiiH
Telephone No. US. 16
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