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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 February 1882

pOk ill , Jr i , f ' i.' .wi 'iTf V7 kv f. vA ft tot 7 te , . Wfl iihli ft-'' iiru SH ft V ' I . c T IflAftK 1 No. 1. ' '1 , ...J. -- THEMILY BULLETIN. WmttbliusMii) commences (I now wUt ton alow mornings Bulletin. AflbVVto It vlll npponr In printed J, form, tiul w 11 bo tlollvorc,d ovory morn ing Trooy horotofqvo wooxproNa no opinion; "simply stato fiot iin thoy occur, v W ' It wnlbojonromloavar tonmku this n lntoroUnut shoot, nnd If It IsWolvod us won Mjjmr written one wore, wo ' v will bo MtMtoil, Thinking tlio publlo tor tholr porous, support during tho piAtyww, o,'tn8t tlmt'tho haiiu) will ho oontlnuotY, j, I JlL.'i'.l'l1""!1 jl Tho Loch Loo brings n cargo of conl. Tlio. Amelia' bring 480,000 ft lumber nml 100,000 shingles, , Tho.mnll for 8in Prniwldcor per 1"). O. Murray, cIoior nt 1 ism. 7 Sohr, Knmolwllllouvo for Lniipnhoo Jfej ' o to-morraw. ' Mr. H, N. Kmurson.lH a cnudldnto for tlm Loalslnturo to ronrosont Wnlnlmi. i ' ,MnsH Meetings worojield nt Knutnn ' knplll Church nn...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 2 February 1882

'"' . ' I, ' . -? & - J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s Dh LY BULLETIN. WTBIhHHMn if-: '' "VTOTOsVHMUUM j.i .-.': rn5 r--' ( ffl (rsieran v. .. t '- t iv r, No. 2. zi- THE t ILY BULLETIN. Is publisher every morning, and elr dilated tlirousliout tlio town, ami for. warded to tlAy other Islands by every opportunity THE ELECTION. The election of llepreseutatlvos yes ti'rdny resulted us follows 1451 ballots were polled! W M Gibson '. 11 fill Llllknlanl '. WW l.nhllahl r i '. CiiU Pallia Ml Keau 1 510 Nahaku !)'J8 MoanaulI..... HC4 .1.0 Carter DBO ICunulakea .' 277 ICalaukoa 200 IColkl. 170 Kmuil 1)2 I'oopou 80 llolokahlkl 75 lCalaina CO llolokaluuia 13 Kaimkaolo 14 Mlkaloml ., 13 .TLltoeso n Anknl . . v. " and about 20 wore I'aml 2 votes eaeli. IB ballots with more than four names on, f double ballots, and 1 circular were rejected. . .Messrs. Gibson, Llllkalanl, Lnhllahl and l'ahla having received tbu highest iininhcr of votes were declared elected by the lloturnlng Ollluer. The following...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 3 February 1882

wFm LflR,MPRnHBHbBMKht.n JKtiMt .t-t. iv . -ww : .'t.-' -.- - ttmv '$' A. Mt- f . ' '-..' 'v-'-es- 3TW. ROBERTSON & Co.'s 'W DAILY BULLETIN. SmPv - .ijsr .v.. ... nTfnwJi mp , p h 1 li- v ; No. 3. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1882. GRATIS. THE DAILY BULLETIN. Is published every morning, ami cir culated throughout the town, ami for vnrded to the other islands by every 'opportunity. , The price of sugar has fallen two cents pound. The W. II. Dlmond will sail for San Francisco during the early part of next week. At 11 o'clock to-day Mr. Adams will ht'd a Credit Sale of ales, wlues, and liqjors. About 100 pounds of opium was found in a case of oil, landed from the brig Pomorc, yesterday. The Honolulu Fire Department have their annual Parado this evening. The procession starts at 7.30. The name of John Sheldon was omit ted from tho list of candidates published yesterday ho received 72 votes. The caricature, by our Hawaiian Nast, representing tho result of tho election, drew a...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 4 February 1882

ntfy K'i Ml I BMfc "i KsMiMF," f ' ' k' ' " ' iff'. ' " J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BULLETIN. No. 4. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. GRATIS. THE DAILY BULLETIN. Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Dr. Hoffman has sold his stock of drugs to Mesis. J. A. Palmer & Co. Another political caricature, by a new aitlst, was exhibited yesteiday. , j ; . Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co. will des- . "'' patch the Dlscoveiy to follow the W. H. l$t Dlmoud. If Mr. Adams will offer the stock of dry Jig. goods at the store of Mr. S. Magnin, for T sale to-day. W Messrs. T. H. Davics & Co. will act as agents for the stmr Ceylon on her arrirtil here. J. M. Davidson, Esq., has leased tho store formerly occupied by Dr. Hoff man, for a law oillce. Posters In the Chinese language an- & . nounclng auction sales is the latest thing out. Further returns of the election on the other Islands will b...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 6 February 1882

"pt'J$K1 mtiMmmMKvmiRwimm "s ; J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILYBULLEW efo ; i" x ,- No. 5. THE DAILY BULLETIN. Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. ELECTION RETURNS. By the Likellke we have election re turns from Hawaii, Maul and Molokai: Mokuhla Puna J. Nawahi and'S. Haupu Hllo S. Aiwohl N. and S. Kohala J. K. Knunarrmno Hamakua G.W.Plllpo N. Kona D. H. Nahlnu S. Kona J. Kauhane Kau J. Gardner Hana J. Knmnkcle Makawao J. Nakalekaand S. K. Kupthca.... Molokai and Lanal L. Aholo and J. W. Kalua Lahalna The legislative Assembly meets on the 20th of April. The receipts of sugar for the past week amounted to 15.85G pkgs. The Iwalani leaves for Maalaea, Kona and Kau this afternoon at 4 o'clock. A meeting of the Honolulu Athletic Association will be held at the Lyceum this evening at 7:30. During the late election no less than 51,750 ballots were printed at the Daily Bulletin Printing Ofilce. The regula...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 7 February 1882

w&: w si w- 'm 8 J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BUL Ltm No. 0. THE DAILY BULLETIN. Is published every morning, anil cir culated .throughout the town, and for warded to the otlier islands by cery opportunity. ELECTION RETURNS. Wc publish below a list of the Repre sentatives elected for the coming Legis latmc. Official returns hae not yet been lecelvcd from Kau and South Kona, Hawaii, or from Walmea, Kauai and Nlihau. HAWAII. Ililo J. Nawahi 404 elected P. Haupu 840 ' 3 others 270 Puna J. M. Kauwila elected N. Kona G. W. Pllipo 129 elected 4 others 07 S. Kona D. II. Nahtuu.... elected Kau J. Kauhnne elected N. & S. Kohala S. Aiwohi..l01 elected 12 others... 457 Hamakua J.K. Kaunamano 231 elected MAUI. liana J.Gardner 180 elected Bothers 204 Walluku G C Richardson. 311 elected J, Nakookoo 2G7 ' " 10 others 774 Lahalna-L. Aholo 176 elected J. V. Kalua 107 " 4 others 273 Makawao J. Kamakele.... 179 elected 3 others 237 Moloknl & Lanai J. Naka- leka 157 elected S. K. Kuplhe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 8 February 1882

f ,1 . .t r ffp?fwj jhp - ''pfr'w- - - J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILYBULLZTIN. No. 7. HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1882. GRATIS. THE DAILY BULLETIN. Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout tho town, mid for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Steamer Likcllkc sails to-morrow at 10 a.m. The W. II. Dlmond will le.ve for San Francisco to-day. A fine telescope will bo offered for sale to-day at auction. Thoschr Julia will not get away for the South Sea Islands until Friday or Saturday. The W. II. Dlmond takes tho follow ing passengers : G. F. Wllholt, W. Saddler, P. Meuser. 1000 pkgs. of sugar were received after the Bulletin was issued yester day, making the total receipts for tho day 2754 pkgs. Mr. Adams holds an auction sale to day, commencing at 11 o'clock, at Dr. Hoffman's drug store, when he will offer the counter and shelving, office desk, show cases, book-cases, surgical instru ments, safe, &c, &c. Tho Honolulu Athletic Associat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 9 February 1882

1 4 i is ⁢ v ui" 1 tJft, ' 1' i -Trr- pi gmmm p i 11 , ppj-, s-r- . ' lumimtsGi'&'wnsTmi: 4 " J S'nnfMnr J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BULLETIN. No. 8. HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1882. GRATIS. THE DAILY BULLETIN. Is published every morning, ami cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. The malls for Windward Ports closes at 9:30 a.m. 2250 pkgs. of sugar were received this morning. (!,508 packages of sugar were received yesterday. The Likellkc leaves for Windward at 10 o'clock this morning. To-day is- Her Royal Highness Ituth Kcellkolanl's birthday. Mr. J. H. Black has purchased the stmr Kapiolanl from J. D. Spreckels, Esq. Hereafter the Daily Bulletin will be found on file at the Merchants' Ex change, San Francisco. Her Highness Ruth Keelikolanl glvcS a largo Luau to-day from 12 to 2 at her residence on Emma Street. The mall by the W. H. Dimond, for San Francisco, closes at 11 a. m. All letters marked will b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 10 February 1882

J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BULLniN. iV!-' i i:f W-' R : No. 9. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Schr Malolo leaves for Hllo and Hnka liui to-morrow. '.1,200 packages of sugar were received this morning. The schr Julia sails for the South Sen Islands to-morrow at 10 a. m. Mr. F. A. Humdcti and family left for San Francisco yesterday, on the W. H. Dlmond. Her Highness Ruth Keellkolani opens her new residence this evening with r reception and ball. The telephone lino for Koolau Is up, as far as the half-way house. It will bo up as far as the Pall on Saturday. . The Luau given by Her Highness Ruth Keellkolani yesterday was largely attended by both foreigners and Haw aiians. Mr. Adams holds his Regular Cash Sale at his salesroom to-day, when he will offer dry goods, groceries, clothing, &c, &c. The well borers, on Princess Ruth Kecllkolanl's property,, at Palama, ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 11 February 1882

vjKp J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s '"'i - H nxai DAILY BULLETIN. 1- A t.; LW Bi' ' , W No.-10. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and foi warded to the other Islands by ovciy opportunity. The military will turn out at about 10 o'clock this morning for a march. The Llkcllkc and Lchua are clue to morrow morning from windward. The steamer Kllauea IIou towed the stmr Kaplolanl down from Kahulul. Engine No. 1 ind members were on duty at Kuth Keellkolanl's rcsldonce last night. The Band will not play at Emma Squill e this afternoon, It being ordered for military sen Ice. The City of New Yorkls due next Monday morning from the Colonies, en route to San Francisco. The schr Poholkl (formerly the Latl tla) starts on her first coasting trip to day. She goes to llamakua. , Tho Band will give an extr.i concert on Monday eening, tho 13th Inst., at the Hawaiian Hotel, weather permit ting. The bktne Amelia and bark Emerald, for Port Townsend, tho bktno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 February 1882

Ik . '!. n 3 fe ; 4 . if ' .. rSW 9HBMBRMPsArK!nHHnBnBiHHaiaaaHBaBniB.9aBnMffia!iki 5 ? . J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s .. . DAILY BULLETIN. No. 11. HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1882. GRATIS. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. To-morrow Is Valentino's Day. A meeting of tho Athletic Association will bo held this evening at 7:30. Tho receipts of sugar for the past week amounted to 23,013 packages. Tho weather at Koloa, last Friday, was very rainy and windy. Tho bark Edward May sailed from Liverpool on tho 2Gth of January, for Honolulu. Tho Band will give a concert at the Hawaiian Hotel, this evening, (weather permitting. Mr. John Eraser died of aneurism last Saturday night. His funeral took place yesterday afternoon. c Tho Guild of tho Sons of tho Cross, Iolani College Branch, hold a meeting at 7:30 this evening. The Daily Bulletin will bo found on flic at the Seaside Club...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 February 1882

J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s 4 fc DAILYBULLMk i '' .1 V No. 12. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published eory morning, and cir culated thiouuhout the town, .mil for warded to the otlier Islands by every opportunity. To-iluy Is Valentine Day. 4,685 packages of sugar came to hand this morning. The tbark Forest Queen sails for San 'Francisco this day. The' London papers arc much satlMled at the conviction of Guiteau. Mo signs of the steamer City of New Yoik up to the time of going to press. A number of important financial fail uics luve taken place in Europe. Snull-pox is again making its appear ' anco in San Francisco and the Eastern States. A bill to restrict Chinee immigration into the United States is before the law makers at Washington. 200 extra copies of the Daily Bulle tin were printed yesterday, 100 of which were ordered by one Arm. It is rumored that the Pacific Mail Steamship Co. intend running a line of steamers between Honolulu and San Francisco. Gambetta and his colleagues in tiie ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 February 1882

!Cte ib-" J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BULLETIN. 1 v, t 4 CM '' T I , J. r t. b 'v iu No. 18. If you want your Pianos tuued, ring up Telephone No. 179. Brig Consuclo sailed from San Fran cisco on Fob. 2nd, for Kahulul. The Young Men's Christian Associ ation meets at tho Lyceum this evening at7:30r.M. The tlmo table of tho People's Line of Oinnlbnsscs will be found in the Daily Bulletin in future. Tlio Kalakaua sailed from San Fran cisco on the 2nd Inst, for this port, with a cargo valued at 815,077. A special meeting of Lodge Lo Pro gress do l'Occanla No. 124 will bo held tills evening at 7 :30 o'clock. The bktne Eureka, Pcnhallow, cleared from San Francisco on Jan. 31st for this port, with a cargo valued at $17,902. Tho Band did not play on Monday evening on account of sickness In the neighborhood of tho Hawaiian Hotel. Victoria, B. C, Jan. 31 Tho bark Revere, 20 days from Honolulu, arrived yesterday after a stormy passage. All tho oil was saved from tho whal ing bark Pacific,...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 February 1882

J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BULLETIN. IS r No. 14. HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1882. GRATIS. ws 'jSw KKSSS, LSf age St, j 15 ' m S MP mii "miiaaaasa',, THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. 11 (17 packages of sugar came to hand yesterday. l 4 The stnir Iwalnni sails for Maalaca, Kona, and Kan, to-day at 4 o'clock. The bark Kalakaua arrived this morn ins, 13 days from San Francisco. Capt. Jenks, lately In command of the bark Kalakaua, has gone Bast, after a now vessel for this trade. The Regular Session of Polynesia En campment No. 1, takes place to-morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. The bale of the lease of the upper lloor of the Post Ofllco building Is post poned for three weeks. The steamer Mary Tatham is adver tised to leave on Saturday next, at 3 p. m., for Hongkong dlicct. The steamer City of New York sailed fiom Sydney on the 20th January, which made her due h...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 February 1882

J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BULLETIN. --' ' " '" T HONOLULU JI. I., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1882. GRATIS. No. 15. f I-. Mr- K.- t '?-X. :4; l! ; 'J1. . IK " , 2js rt r To-day Is the Chinese New Year. The small pox. is on the decicaso In Sydney. Polynesia Encampment No. 1, meets this evening, at 7:30. ii,:tG3 letters vent to San Fiancisco yesterday hy the City of New York. 300 packages of sugar and 250 bags of paddy were received yesterday. The steamer Mary Tathain brought 10 Chinese for this port; she .has 100 on hoard for China. The inhabitants of Jamestown, Mel bourne, were shook up by a .severe eaithtiuakc on January 30th. Great alarm is felt in Norfolk, Eng., at the increasing destruction among cat tle caused by the rinderpest. A lamp bursted in a house on Mauna kea street last night, but the lire was extinguished without any much damage A telegram, dated London, Jan. 28th, states that Chill has decided upon the terms on which it will conclude a ticaty of peace with Peru. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 February 1882

J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.'s DAILY BULLETIN. No. 10. The steamers Likellko ami Lchua nrc due to-morrow morning. The mnll.for S.ui Francisco, per Dis covery, closes at 11 a.m. this liny. 1890 pkgs sugar and 8-45 bngs'piuluy came to hand this morning, g The bark Adonis will ,. probably get away to-day for New York, with a load of sugar. The bktno Discovery sails to-day for San Francisco; she takes away about 80G8 pkgs sugar and 1555 bags rlec. Mr. Adams will offer.Hay, Oats and Barley; also Real Estato on Llllha street at auction, at noon to-day, at bales room. ' The Band will glvo another concert at the Hawaiian Hotel on Monday evening, Feb. 20th, (circumstances permitting.) J. M. Davidson, Esq., moves into his new Law Olllcc to-day, No. 24 Merchant street, the premises lately occupied by Dx. Hoffmann. A largo quantity of llre-craekcrs being set off at once In a court off King street yesterday afternoon, was the cause of tho tiro alarm. The stmr Mary Tatham will not sail to-day for Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 February 1882

ill X: C J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BULLETIN. No. 17. Tito steamer Mary Tntlmin sails nt 8 o'clock to-day, for Hongkong. The receipts of sugar for the past week amounted to 11,092 paokages. The Hand will give a Concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening, (cheum stnnces permitting.) The baik Adonis sailed for Now York yesterday! she took away 12,730 pkgs of sugar, weighing 1.313,003 lbs. The Honolulu Athletic Association have secured the uo of Thomas' Paik, and will lay It out for a recreation ground. His Majesty the King leaves for a trip to Maul and Molokai on the Llkcllke to morrow, letuming to. Honolulu on Sun- day, March 20th. Tho. Daily Bult.htin, containing tho programmo of the Band Concert, was distributed at Emma Square on Satur day afternoon last. Tho schr General Miller, Capt. Morso, sailed from Knhului on the 17th Inst, for San Francisco.. She took away 2533 bags of sugar valued nt $20,043. 2000 copies of the Daily Bulletin wore printed last week. They were dls tl'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 February 1882

J. W. ROBERTSON & Co,s DAILY BULLETIN. ,! ' No. 18. The Win. G. Irwin will llnlsh dis charging her cargo f turn S.m Francisco to-day. jm Messrs. Allen & Robinson arc build ing a warehouse In the slip makai of their store. The steamer C. It. Bishop for Nawlli tlil, Koloa, Kckaha, Elcelc and Wal mea, leaves this afternoon at 5 o'clock. The steamers Llkellke for Maul and Hawaii, Lehua for Molokai and Maul, and Mokolil for Koolau, leave this after noon at 4 o'clock. The steamer Mary Tatham sailed for Hongkong yesteiday. About 120 Chinese took passage in her from this port. Oceanic Council, No. 777, A. L. of II., meets this Tuesday evening In th Knights of Pythias Hall. A full attend ancc of the members is requested. We are requested to state thnt the funeral of Mr. II. A. P. Carter's young est child will be strictly private, and will take place at 10 o'clock this morning. The Heal Estate on Lillha street, known as the Match Factory, was sold at auction last Saturday. Mr. J. H. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 February 1882

fT' "' " mjKH fti 'TETT' J. W. ROBERTSONS Co.'s DAILYBULLHIN. Bt i No. 19. HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1882. GRATIS. ' wyl5,'fT T I. ' f W . K 4 V V I. r 'I 6 !, r ' Gov. J. 0. Domlnls passed a comfort able night, and ft Improving. Thu schooner Alum brought down 18 horses for Mr. II. ). Agnow. To-day Ih tho Anniversary of tho birth ofttenornl Washington. A mooting of tho members of tho Amorlunn Itollof Fund will ho hold thlH evening lit 7:30. Ills MnJoNty tho King did not go to Mnul yesterday nftornoon, on account of thu Illness of His Excellency" Gov. J. Q. Domlnls. Tho following passengers loft for Windward Forts In tho Llkoliko yestor diiyi S G Wilder, R Stirling, C V fiiukt-n, K 1) Sweeney, F G Stolr., Mrs. Brick wood and child, Dr. Thatcher, A Lid gate, J Bradley, F F l'lato, MrH. Ilanuo, W F .Tohnstono, G II Luce, jr. WANTED. A GENTLEMAN and his mother deslro a nuIIo of rooms with hoard In a respectable fam ily, and retired locality In tho city. Ad dress .T. R. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 February 1882

A9jnu r -1 v ,- ,-- 'wgnwytry ex 'TWffPS?'' " ' ,fvTt"5r""!T1 J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.'s DAILY BULLtm HI I S No. 20. Tim steamer Iwalanl from Kau, Konn, and Maalaca, isdue to-morrow morn ing. ' A special meeting of Polynesia En campment will be held to-morrow evening.' fourteen, cases of small pox and six deaths were reported in Chicago on the (ith instant. Mr. Adams holds his Kegular Cash Sale to-day, see advertisement, in an other column. All receipts for dues of tho Honolulu Athletic Association huve to be signed by the Treasurer. The bark Henry Buck from Port Gam ble, with a cargo of material for tho Marine Railway, Is due. The steamer Bothwell Castle was to sail from San Francisco, for this port and Hongkong, on the 11th Instant. The cargo of the Ida Schnnuer will be discharged to-day. A steam Are engine was at work all yesterday to keep the water out of her. Tho following are the passengers from San Francisco, ex Anna, Feb. 21 : Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey, 0 P Petersen, F T Cate, Mi...

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