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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 February 1883

WSfMl .A r-?a rft ;l s. t Km if 1 4 V.. fy v h uM ;. vte, m ! Notice. M. CARTER & 8. F. GRAHAM have this day formed a Co-part. ncrship under the firm nnmc ofB. M. CARTER A Co. ((Slgnc.l) s Pi qa1um, Honolulu, Feb. 1st, 1883. 818 S. M. CARTER & CO. BEG to hetlfv tliclr friends ard the general. public of Honolulu, that they hare COMMENCED BUSINESS AS Retail Dealers In Wood, Coal and Feed. They will also carry on tlio General Drayagb Business ns.lierctororc. Orders respectfully solicited. Promptness guaranteed. Place of Business 82 King street. TK!t8 BTMCTI.Y CABIt. 818 Telephone No. 805. Orders will be re. celved on and after tlio Gtli Inst. SMOKERS Wlio wish to Indulge in " A sweet whiff of the balmy weed Nicotian," will no wen to can ni uic BEAVER SALOON where they will, find the Ckoiceat Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos, Cigars, fto. PUJURIEaAS..... "I (Uncus..... , Commhkciai. Havana Oioaks Onn.noN Yacht Ci.rjni Vanity Fair Cigarettes, Meerschaum Pipes, &c, &c. tS""Com...

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. — 22 February 1883

rff.;;- rp ; :JfS$w FTMBT'"-1 -U W THE" DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. No. 331. UONOLULU, II. I., T11UHSDAY, FEBKUAKY 22, 1883. 8UDS0RIPTI0N GO CENTS PER MONTH. wri&kyiiiiMHK.iiigii mKm It i --' - "M b FV TP DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning nnd circu lated throughout this town by carrier, nnd forwarded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. G. Oaiipon Kkkyon, Editor. All business communication1! to bo nd. dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, l'osl Olllce Box No. 14. Telephone 230. Office, .... queen Htrcct, Opposite Weft's Cirrlngo Factory. , J. G. Cr.Evion, Mnnngcr OLD HICKORY'S WIFE. When General Jackson was n enndidnte for the Presidency, 1828, not only lttl the party opposed to lilin abuse him for his public acts, which, if .unconstitutional or violent, were a legitimate subject for repro bation, but they defamed the, char acter of liis wife. On one occasion n newspaper published ill Nashville, was placed upon the ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 February 1883

a -r . "? I ; c 4' 8, .a? Notice MR. JOSEPH STUART Isnulhorlcd to collect nil nccounts due Titr. Daily Bui.i.i.tin, on mid nftcr this date, whoe receipt for the same will bo sulll. elm'. Daily Buliktix Onice, Honolulu, Felt. 10th, 1833. THURSDAY, FKIJ 22) 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. AFTERNOON, llcgntla. EVENING. Maud nt Hnwniian Hold, nt 7:30. Royal Arch Chapter, nt 7 :30. Kninebamoha Lodge, nl7:30. Social nt Tort St. Church, nt 7 :3(). WIDE WHEELS. It is admitted that the streets of Honolulu nro subject to considerable Irafllc, nnd that, however well made and with whatever material, tlioy cannot foicvcr sustain this traffic without wear nnd tear. It is also admitted that one day's traffic in wet weather, when the streets arc saturated with moisture, will do more damage .than n week's traffic in dry weather. It is further admitted by every observant man that vehi cles having wheels with wide tires do less injury to the roads thnn vehicles having wheels with narrow tires, nnd that much ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 February 1883

PSW fT"'' V".-??, JIJ!WP &,.zaK: . jivNni t st ,,- r , t --. ,, , -v. , J&Um lb tf 1 "' j I TELEPHONIC. Dlmonil Head, Feb. 22, 0:30 a.m. Light N wind. Nothing ih'siglil.' ARRIVALS. Feb. 21 Slmr City of New York fin San Fran. " in DEPARTURES Fc 21-f- ,,, Sclir Gen Scigcl for Ivoolnu Sclir Mcefoo for I'ltnnhm Feb. 22 Stmr City of New York for Sydney. VE8SEL8 LEAVING THIS DAY Sclir Mitrion for Knknihacle wmmmw mmmm w mammm mmm miii m. ' PASSENQhRS. , ,. From San Fianeisco par Uity of Now York, Feb. 21 S 0 Smith, Ht Ilov Lord Bishop of Honolulu, M Gnrtonburgli, M V B Millard, Jno Tliruiiian,,MrsvASF'Grnntj Titos Mnllciy F 1? Barkoty Mrs ' M Rose and daughter, Mrs Seymour, Mrs Capt Green, Mrs .1 A Paxton, "W 0 Buckingham, J R Saycrs, D H Arnold, Mrs Shane andtloy;i-MrsrJ M Roper, J Bcauilois, J E McCrcery H Allen, D F Dovell, Miss Gulles boii, Dr A B Virsick, Miss 0 Rhodes, Miss Kalo" Dickson II Churchill,' J' A ..Smithy Mrs Hume, and about 20 steerage. VEB8EL8-INPORT. U S S Lack...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 February 1883

"r2KlPP7 T?nsffJ - v ? ," ) 25 JJ0 ., IB PMCf: o-jJ.. mmmm?m-T;i mm :ck. w. " . "'X irbi Bit v "'. " - . 'KIKXIDB. jNKKi. neVtBT. j. . . , j v-.x-jm ..- --"fiiaiSw Hi m M ,-,1 Ba -w kf f Ite pk 1$U''1 TIIUltSDAl, VEB. 22, 1883. A GOOD STORY OF SERGEANT BALLANTYNE. There is n rntlicr good story lold n1)out .Seigonnt Usdlniityno nnd the present Union lluddlestonc, who, after a life of tuft-hunting, was raised into his seventh heaven 1iy his marriage with Lady l)i. Ucauclcre, sister of the Duke of St. Albans. The two were at Ilombni'g in the days when cards were not prohibited, lluddlestonc, as lias been said, was notorious for his tuft-hunting pro clivities. Wherever there was a titled person he was sure to make his way to that neighborhood. A game was going on. A Duchess of some German principality was busily engaged in a game of lougc-ct-iio'v. Exhausted by excitement, she sat down upon the nearest knee, which happened to belong to Sergeant Unllaiitync. The Sergeant waited until the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 February 1883

1" !?? " - & & JaftifVif Til" n it ,,h p TTTT7, Tf A" TT; V Rll J M H m H .J H w A L Eu Du B Jr R J te Vol.IL No. 332. HONOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1883. sUdsoription go 0cnt8 per month. "WTwT'jeBI - - iff- itBSb"mmt rrrrm 1 EH' M " THE DAILY BULLETIN v WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning nnd clrcu. lntcd throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 60 conts per Month. G. Cahson Kknyon, Editor. All business communications to bo ad. dressed, Mnnngcr Daily Bulletin, Post Onico Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllre, - - - Queen Htreet, Uppotlte West's Ctrtlngo Factory. J. Q. Clkvioh, Manager PRINTING IN CHINA. In nn interesting article ou punting in Chinn', The North China JferaU says that tho first great promoter of the nrt of prinUng wns Feng Ying Wnnw who in !)!)2A. D. advised the Emperor to have the Confueinn classics prinlcd with wooden blocks engraved for the pti'posc. The fiist books were pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 February 1883

r,'Tb-fSNIR' '"MNilHffiKffTT.'?-" MMMMMMMMMMjMMMBMMjwjjjgfljjgjjEljgEBMWWWi n-k . j ' ,. Notice, MR'ljOSEPH STUAUT Is authorized to collect nil accounts duo Thk Daily Bw.i.wun,' on and after this date, whoic receipt for the same -v ill be sufll. cltnt. Daily Bulletin Office, Honolulu, Feb. 10th, 1883. Iielilu 1$HeH, FRIDAY, FEU. 23, 1883. this day'b doings, afternoon, Ladies' Fiayer Meeting at Fort St. Church, nt 3 o'clock. CVLNINO. Musical Society, Practice, 7:30. Improved Older of Red Men, nt 7:30 Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. nt 7:30. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Was yesterday celebrated with duo honors by the American residents here. The merchant vessels in the harbor hung out all their bunting, and all the men-of-war were decked from stem to stern. At noon salutes were fired from the incn-of-wnr and land battery. In the town visits were paid, and general good feeling from one to another was the order of the day. His Ex. R. M. Daggett received at his residence during the day. Members of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 February 1883

I - 2 a l "30? tl K !. tr I, t W 1 tt j& ' " ' i i , MKmmmw TELEPHONIC. Dlmoml llfcnd, Feb. 23, 0:80 a.m. Light N wind., . t Strctlic'Aicrrill off pott. ARRIVALS. Feb. 23 - Stiiir JmnesiMnkco from Knuni Sclir Hnlonknla'fi-oiii Hilo JSttaf-VnihMnalb from Wnipmiuilo DEPARTURES Feb. 22 Sebr Minion for Kiikiiilincle VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Schr Koiikcouli for llonoknn Q$& PASSENGkRS. From Kniiiii per Jnmcs Mnkco Feb. 23d. "W Itico and 2 cliiidicii, S W Wilcox, Dr.T K Smith, 23 dock;- .VESSELS dN PORT. USS LWCvanna, WiUV U.8.S. Wnclnwott", Pearson II. B. M. 8. Mutino, P. Edwaids. French mnn of. war Limicr Am ship Hope, , , , Ship Abcraman, Chapman Ship Gattysbttrg, Thcobnld Bark D 0 Mutiny, Junk'! Hk Il'irmntm Dark Ullock ' J ? J " r Bark Kcverc. I Bark Forest Queen Bark Emerald Bktnc Eureka, Penhitllow Ain,tcru,D.Uoknt. .,. Tern J C Ford Bgtne Consttclo, Howard Bgtne John 1) Spreckcls Bgtne Morning Star Haw biig Nlntto, Citmcron Schr Anna, McCulloch , VESSELS EXPECTED. nip Kama...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 February 1883

Kf if k'-t. if ! 1- FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1883. HAD THE SMALL-POX. As n rule the drummer is n ninn not cnsily discomposed. Coming from Newport, Ky., ono day lost week, one of the "most innocent" was suddenly confronted by n man nnd n pistol, the latter emphasizing a remark by tins former to the effect that any loose change or other valuables, tho drummer might have nboitt him would bo ncccptnblc. "Sh, put that tiling down; it might go off," said the touiist. I'll give you everything I have. They've got my watch up at tho house, but I've got some money ; put that tiling down, for God's sake, nnd stand around tho other side so I won't be between you and the wind" "What's the matter witli you, you blank fool?" observed the disciple of Jesse James. "Why, don't you S3C? but no, its too daik. I've got the small-pox, but I'm convalescent, and I got out to-night for a walk, and " But the highwayman had dopailcd, nnd as the cciio of his footsteps died away in the distance, Jack Patterson of New Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 February 1883

r-Tf... VoEHi No. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 18o!3. subscription - -60 oentb per month. if.- - v- : it ' !fff' 4i ., f . i ; x V Ifc T THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTBB HILL, Propriotor. Is published every morning and clrcu. luted throughout tho town by carrier, and forwarded to thd.othcr Islands by every opportunity. , Subscription'- 60 cent per Month. G. Cakson KeUvon, Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed. Manager Dnlly Bulletin, Post t Ullico uox jsq. ii. Tcicpnonc ssuu., Offlre, -(i- qaeen Street, Opposite Wett's Ckrrlngo Fctorj. ,T. Q. Clkviob, Manager THE COERCION ACT AND HOW IT WORKED. A motherly old woman, consider ably troubled with the asthma, and also lame, called at tho Twentieth street Station tho other after noon to state her caso. Sho made tho Sergeant place his hand on a copy of,, Brown's grammar, which happened to be there, and swear that ho would never toll anybody, and then she began: "I have a daughter." "Yes." . . , "And my daughtor has a b...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 February 1883

11 2 a. - .. Hk k i til fcoUee, r r fli JOSEPH STUART Jsmithorlcd 1X (o feollcfct nil accounts due Tm Daily llui,i,KTiN)yj)H nntl after this date, who-c reccrptfor Hie snmcwlll bosuflW rlfnl. Daily Bui.i.i-.tin Ofllcc, Honolulu, Fcl). lOlli, 1883. f ! lltilll lnllen, SATURDAY, FBB. 24, 1883. t This Day's doings. MORNING. Mr. E. P. Admns will Sell, nt 10, o'clock AOmitiistintor's Sole of i?ml- dleiy, llnniesi, ftc. nt bhop on King street. Lyons & LcNev will isoll, nt 10 o'clock Dninnjied liny, cases Onrtic. Lunu, at Pnlncc, nt 12, noon EVENlNQ. Gospel Teuipcinncc Meeting nt JJethelj nt 7 :30. - TO-MORROW. Bethel, llcv. Dr. Damon, nt 11 o'clock. Fort St. Church) Bcv. J A. Cur zin, morning nml evening. Bible Class nt 'Fort St. Church Vcstiy. ntS:15. St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. 0. "Wallace, morning and evsning. Who Next ? Yesterday, according to custom, Messrs. Knwninui Bios, hung up on the outside of their Paa Aiita olllcc n bulletin board containing the nejva of the day. On this ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 February 1883

te 4' iv TELEPHONIC. t Dlmond Head. FjitfJM, 0:00 a.m? Calm in channel Sclir KriuhaW pbffc U '" ARRIVALS. Feb. 23 tl , , Stinr Moko'.ll from Kotutut. Sclir Nnttio Merrill" Trolif nlmhm: Sclir Koala from Wnialun. n SclnvAVnllclc'.friQInliko' vi Stinr Lcluta from Moloknl and Mnui' Feb 21 ' ' Stinr Kilnucn Hon from Knhulut , "' 'uepTrYOrIs7, ,'"' FefiV23 " VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Sclir Kotikconli for llonokna- ,, i . PASSENGhRS. Fioin Knliulul per Kilntica Iloti Fob 24. F CmnmingsnQl) Coekctt, W J WnlUiFSraUh.ait Wollc wife, Mif Prntt.WK NdWt6n, -Mlssf Closson, P N Mnkcc, .1 G Jcffcrs, and HO deck. VESSELS IN PORT.-" ' ' V 8 S Lackawanna, Wilson U.8.S. Wnrhmctt, Pcnrxim II. U. M. S. Mutlnc, F. Edwards. French man ofwnrXiinlcf ' V , i r Am ship Hype,, vw'M'a' Ship Aueramnn, Chapman Shin Gettysburg, Theobald Bark D C Murray, Jcnks Bk llermjinn,,. ,,,.., , ... Bark Ullock Bark Revere. Bark Fortot Queen Bark Emerald Bktnc Eureka, Pculuillow Am tern Dakota, , TcrnJdFord y Bgtnc Consuelo, H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 February 1883

. r: Ifea ' I M $ $ 1$H. SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1883. OVERTAXING THE BRAIN. In n recent lecturo on "Brain Ilcnltli," at Edinburgh, Dr. J. Batty Tuko said that ns a matter of fact, it wns not niv easy tiling to overtask tlio energies of the bngin by work. It wns not work, but worry, that killed the brain. But breakdown from overstrain . did occasionally take place, and tlio first rcnllyim portant symtotn was sleeplessness; when that sot in thcro was cattso for nlarm. Loss of sleep was brought about thus: "When tho brain was bcimr actively exorcised, thcro was an iucrenso of blood in its -vessels this was spoken- of as "functional hypcrcemia." Ifthoy continued th exercise of tho, brain powers too long, there was a tendency for the blood to remain in too great quan tity from tho cells becoming ex hausted and not being able; to control tho vessels. In sleep tho amount of blood was diminished, and sleep could not be procured if this functional hypcrocmia persisted. In tho . absence of Bleep,...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 February 1883

y;nr"wflifr ,4 WKT " P . V r I In HONOLULU, H. I., MOfrDAX FEfcRyAKY 20, 1883. 8UB80AIPTI0N 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. . ffiH; V : THJ!M TTiT-BTTT JiETTN. K . -1" in P 1 ij - i 1 r , Hi' .( ' "T A "J. c fc I f f" 1 1, J f V 1 THU1 tfAILY BULLETIN' WALTER HILL, Prtprittr. " Is published every morning nml clrcu. luted throughout the town by carriers, nnd iortvardcdrto4ho other Islands by every opportunity.'', SubscripMeii, J" 60 etnfiTper Month. 6. CAnsdK KKKroK,.Edltr,, All business communications to bo ad- dressed, Manager Dully Bulletin, Post Office Box No, I4.'Tclcplt6no 250. f .JHcVj - H)He Btwet, ' Opposite Writ's Ctrrlngo Factory. .T. O. Clkvior, Manager EUGENIE'S OFFER TO MARSEILLES.' 'i'hc claim of tlio Marseilles Municipality to a certain park, estimated at tlirco millions in value, having bcBn 'definitely rejected By tlio, tribunals, the Em press Eugenic, in. a letter to JLiRbuner, says: "In defending mv richU bofore tlio tribunals 1 was chiefly, actuated by J respect JOc"trifclsr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 February 1883

. .- . . 1-1 i m i .minimi i .nnrnm ' " Tk- - I I i t .. i i? K h ii it K ?.. KSf 'm im: v" ME ZSiMbMMi"MMM'M""M'""ii IVntlr. MW JOSEPH STUART IsauthoiUcd f to collect nil accounts due The DaIi.y 15i'i.fiMiNto and after thls'datc, who-e ucclpt for the khihc will bo Mifll i.ii.nt. . DAti.vBn.i.KTiN Olllcc, Honolulu, Feb. llllli, 188't. r" . ... tipbe$Ma Uy - MONDAY, FEU. 20, 1880. ' THIS DAY'3 DOINGB. I' AFTERNOON . Coronation Races at Knptolnhi Pal lint l'p.,ln. , F.VENINQ. lliiunon.v Lodge, I.O.O.F. 7:.S0 .Adjourned Mcctins of Shnrohulil im of Knpiolaiii Pink Association, it Ainiory, t 7:110i i ' ' THE LUAU bcgaii'on Satuulny nt between 12.30 and 1 p.m. The jjntcsof the Palace had been thrown open a long while bcfoio1 hhd' many had gone ill. The hiiin was spread on tables and arranged under the marquee between the amphitheatre aud the Palace and chairs were used, htiolc fashion, ikautif ul,flowcrs decorated the tables .Tho other decorations looked rather beauty when seen by thiyfim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 February 1883

If W V "C ft jWfr i $ SX2 , .-' v: " A '; w- " ' y 11 X TELEPHpNic. . ,, s Dtmoml llcntllfb. SfyBsSQ-aiW &? rr Bktno Discovery and bk, M. E. Smith out side. RRIVALS, .,., Feb. 2tf Stmr Likcliko from windward ports Bgtnc Scliiin from Sail Francisco J Schr Milo;Morris from Molokai UEPARTORES' 1 Sclir lvotikeouli for Honokna VESSEL8 LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr .Ins Makco for Kntini ounr JA'iiun tor ainui nnurjupioKni, Stmr Kilaucn Hon for hnlitilur Stmr Mokolli for Koolntt Schr Nettie Merrill for Laliaina o..i. ti..i i.i r ti:i quiii iiuie.uvuia iui uuy . - fAsilih8fTI From Molokni and Maui per Lchua, Feb. 24. Mr E Oxley, Mr Griffin, sniff 14. dock. For Snii Francisco, jicr Airiia. FcW 25, Cnpt. Drew, A. Skclton, W. Jordnn, K. M. West, E. A. Hall, From windward ports, per Likc liko. FisbyjiS-iflbn A F.Jtidd. Hon S G Wilder,1 Parker,! Louisson,' F P Hastings, Rev A U Forbes, j Boll. Pun Chi, Chunir Hoy, J Cor- nolhrATranrr8"'"moror"c",r A Barnes, Asu, Afun, C H CaBtro, Miss Koia, Miss Mnk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 February 1883

'MBf? ;prPS? mar -ypp SSjHSti , s. IB ' ,; e St ." I , $ $ l'j! MONDAY, FEB. 2C, 1883. WHY TROLLOPE KILLED MRS. PROUDIE. The following is nn incident of Anthony Trollopc's life: HoVns In tlic wnn'll coffee 100m of n wayside inn wnrmihg his back nt the fire, nfter the innhncr of Englishmen. Two youths of the ttuc novel-reading ngo wete seated nt nn ndjnccnt table discussing mutton chops, but still moio cagciiy discussing tno inciits of Trollonc's hovels of the Biusctshirc nciiod. Their summing up was decidedly favorable and eulo gistic, save on one point. They both agiced in dcclaiing themselves hcaitilv sick nnd tired s."of that ctcuiai Mrs. rroudic." At this juuctmc, witli'a gesture of his arm, Anthony Tiollope intciruptcd by saying; "Gentlemen, 1 happen to be the' author of those novels, and I have- overheat d all yoii have said ; and now I'll tell you what I'll llo I'll go home and klUMra'. Proudie!.' And he was as good as his word, for in the very next number of "The Last Chroni...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 February 1883

1.-L.. i....- ,..,. ,. ,.,.., &&&&& - THE DAILY BULLETIN NfoL.II.No. 335. HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, FEBKUA11Y 27-, 1883. 8UB80RIPTI0N -GO 0ENT8 PER MONTH. m.. v:x i 'S . . Eft, , "fr, , 1 I 1 J C t i i i" ' 1 ' I e Kb- 'I THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning nml circu lated throughout the town by carriers, nnd fofwnracd4to-.thc other Islands by every opportunity i?-, SubtcrlpWsn, 80 MftWptr Month. G. CAitsoKKJjrosilEJdhor.- All business communications to bo ml. droned. Manager Daily Bulletin, Post OIllcc Box No. 14. Telephone 250. .eitlrr', - I-' - Queen' Hfrect, Opposite WMt's Csrrlngo Factory. J. G,. Clkvior, Manager THB MABTLB8B STEAMER. A curious craft lying at Pier 3fy East River attracts much notice. Engines arc being put in, nnd she will shortly go on ti series of iiinl tri)8. The principles on which she was built nrc ns Hovel in their present application ns the nppenrnnce of the steamer itself. ThcJIctcorJs, virtually n....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 February 1883

'ffihh. K t at 'A' - JA. r , N.. Notice, r 1T.n.TO! filWOSEPH STUA11T is authorized r - lYI&tn rolled nil accounts iluo Titu Daily Bum.ktin, on nnd after tliis date, whose receipt for the same will bo sulu. clchl. Daily Bulletin onice, Honolulu, Fell. 10th, 1883. iie pwg imc TUESDAY, FEB. &7, 1883'. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNINQ. Kcgttlnr Cnsli Sale, nt Kales Room tffJLyons & LcVOy, at 10 o'block. EVENING., KxcoUior Lodge, I.O.O.F. 7-:30. Bible Class iif Lyceum nt 7:'lo. THE HutA. j t Pcrhnps.somo of ouV readers wore not at the Palace on Saturday night, anil "therefore wduld like to have some Idea of what was done. The floor used for the bnll was .reserved for the hula dancers, but by linlf past seven even this "limited space was so encroached upon by spec tators that there was hardly room leftfor the performers. Although bo ninny' 'people 'were there there were', comparatively speaking, but few drunks until late in the evening. Yndccd most of those who were drunk were sold...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 February 1883

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Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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