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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 10 March 1883

i ' i " ",J rrT,T!!,gqpqgggggT!,ll,B 1 ., Sl ! I I ! SATURDAY, MAKCII 10, 1883. THE ELEPHANT WHO DID NOT SEETHE JOKE. The Rev. Mr. "Wntson gives n very curious story in illustration of this animal's wonderful long memory of n wrong suffered. One of those pests of society, "a practical joker," visited n enrnvnn in a West of Kng. land fair and tried his stupid tricks upon an elephant there. lie first, doled out to it, one by one, some gingerbread nuts, and when the grateful animal was thrown off its' guard, he suddenly proffered it a large parcel wrapped in paper. The unsuspicious creature accepted and swallowed the lump, but immediately began to exhibit signs of intense suffering, and snatching up a bucket handed it to the keeper for water. This being given to It, it eagerly swallowed quantities' of the lluid. "IIul" cried the delighted joker, ' lI guess those nuts were a tritle hot, old fellow." "You had better be off," exclaimed the keeper, "unless you wish the bucket at your head....

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. — 12 March 1883

. 4rittMflMfcaHeBffiKa!ffSK&Sf"?w39anaHittttaTCraav .CTmrg j mwiiiimu - IT-tfw? "sir; 7 FT lrW THE. 'DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. 3Sto. 316. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, MAKCH J2, 188!). BUDsoRiPTioM 60 CENTS PER MONTH. www . 'US' j' fc un- I? 3ft JrSHW ira? I ' fe P THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning nnd clrcu. lntcd throughout Hits town 1y carriers, nnd forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. G. Caiiso.n Kkxyok, Editor. All business communications to bend, dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Onieu Box No. 14. Telephone 250. OtHrr Qtiren Ntreet, Opposite Wcft Carriage Kctorj. .1. 0. CiiKTion, Manager ONLY A SEALSKIN SACQUE. Lucy placed her Lily-Whitc Hand on Iter pupa's brow, nnd began to smooth his hair, saying how lnd it would make her if she could smooth the Furrows of Cine that time had pi need there. Then she artfully shifted the subject, nnd spoke of how cold the weather was getting, nnd what lov...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 12 March 1883

w fr "monTuy, march i-iTTssnT" THI8 DAY'8 EOINdS. EVENING. Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.K. 7:!W Rand nl Kiniiin Square, nt 7:IH) (ittild of .Sons of Cross, Iolnni College, regular ltiectiim;, 7 :!50 Ehort Postage. Kvkuy four weeks, as (lie mail comes round, si certain list of letters is exposed nt the Post Olllec from peo pie who do not put enough postage slumps on their letters to pre-pay them. These arc almost invariably addressed to persons residing in the Australian Colonies, and, judging from the partial pre payment of them, the trouble seems to arise from an imperfect acquaintance with the rates of postage. Two gentle men in this town having noticed this have frequently released these letters from bondage and sent them to their destination by paying the additional postage out of their own pockets. Probably they have released some hundred letters in this way, and we yesterday heard that one of them had received an acknowledgment from the writer of one letter, out of the lot, returning ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 12 March 1883

Jfe Tf i-npi i V' V'l TELEPHONIC. Dimnnd Head, March 13, GstJO a.m. Calm in channel Schr Knalii off Diamond llcnd ARRIVALS. Mnrch 10 Slur James Makcc from Kauai Schr Lilioliho from Koloa Schr Kekaiiluohl from llanalol March 11 Stmr Likcliko from windward ports Stinr Suez, : days from S. F. Schr Nettle Merrill friini Labiiitm Schr Manuoknwai from llannmaiiht UEPARTURE3 March 10 Schr l'olinlki for Puna AVIi. Ilk. Abraham llarkesfrCrtiscN. Schr Ka Mol for Kaiwilalultthi March 11 II. II. M.S. Mutinc for Esquimau VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr I.chua for Maui and Molokai Stnu Mokolll for Koolau Stmr Kilauca Hon for Kahuhu Stmr C 11 Hishop for Kauai PASSENGbRS. From Kona and Kan per Iwnlani, March 10th Kcv A O Forbes, J W Francis, K Smith, II Center, J A Scott, L 11 Kerr, N Ohlandt, C II Dooly, and !J8 deck, From Kauai per Jas. Makoe, Mb. 10th II A Mncfic, Mr Mopper, Mr Irvine, Mr Thompson, Mrs Thomas, and fll) deck. From Mam and Molokai per Lc hun, March 10 Mr Van (Jeison, 1 Chinese, 12 l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 12 March 1883

SL- " MONDAY, MAKt'Il 12, 188SJ. " BEECHER ON HANGING. "What mo we to lo 11 Mi our I'liminnlsV" nskert tin- Hcv. llciu.v Waul Uecchci in hi nioininp: "oi- 111011 icecntly. 'UU it our duty to llJlllJI II 1111111 'llllU lllW IL'llK'tllltt'(l minder? It loi'ii'ty needs to hint liim suffer the eticnu pLMinlty of the law, 1 inn inclined to iepl,v in theulllunnthe. Society must 'no ted itself. If the wclfnie of a liiilfrccl eoininuuity leinilics the election of tin scnlfohl in our inUM no must so nit tlmt tin iuntist flood to the gi cutest number will he pioninted. " Offending liicinhcis in theioniiniinity must he tiiken wire of in tin same nuinncr tlml the far mer ticuts the weeds which flow iiiiioiil: the ginin in his fields. 1 tun not peifcctly satisfied with the method of punishing eiiminals. I hope to lhe to see the time when we can have n Itetter use for n niiin than stietehinr his neck villi a haltei. Hanging will do for the icent, and it may continue to he a useful thing foi ninny...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 March 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN V Vol. II. No. 317. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MAKCII 13, 1883. 8UDB0RIPTI0N 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. J - -f '3r- gr? iv- ' .'A "IHBkv m: THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and circu lated throughout the town by carriers, nnd forw aided to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. 6. Caiibok Kenton, Editor. All business communications to be nd. dicsscd, Mutineer Daily Bulletin, Post Oillcc Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Office, - - - - queen Htreet, Oppoiltc Writ's Carriage Factory. J. G. Ci.kvioh, Manager 9LEEPING WITH SERPENTS. Professor Bell, the Smithsonian Institution's agent, shipped ids Inst collection of snnkes to the North two weeks ngo, and already lias his museum full again. It is surprising how rapidly they become domesti cated under his treatment. During the recent cold snap some of them that he turned loose in his room at night climbed tip the bedposts and coiled themselves in his blankets. He...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 March 1883

he foailjt liHt "JTKSDAY, MAHCIt lo7T88. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNINO. Messrs Lyons & Levey will tlicir Reuular Cash .Sale, at i.oiii Sales Hoom, at 10 o'clock. EVENING. Bible Clsibs at Lyceum al 7 :.1. lixeeMor Lodge T. 0. O. 1'. 7:00. THE TREATY. Tup. news brought by the mail 1h very re-assui lug, in some points but in other it docs not look so well. It appears that flic Finance. Com mittee have sent in i report farming its abrogation, but the Comniitloc on Foreign Kclationw had this unilcr consideration, and. up to the time of the steamer leaving, had not taken action. The friends of the Treaty believed, too, Hint they would not take action this session, and that now the only tiling to lie feared was, lest in the hurry of the last days of the Kxoeutivc Session of the .Senate, between now and the next meeting of Congress, thai some enc my should rush through a resolution empowering the President to abro gate the Treaty. Otherwise it is bafc till the no.1 Session of Con gress. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 March 1883

'' )?i ?f TELEPHONIC. Dimoiid Head, Mnruh 13, 0:00 a.m. Calm in channel City of Sydney 12 miles oft ' ARRIVALS. March 12 Schr I .call! from Kotwilahilaht Schr Knulii fioin Koolna OEPARTUREa" Inrcli 1'J Stun Mokolii for Koolntt Stinr Kitiiticti lion for Knlmlni SI mi- C 11 Bishop for Kuuui Sttnr "Waituimalo for witiniiuiulo j !. Ill ! Ill !! H lllWUI IlIWi JM VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Utiii! Discovery for San Francisco Stuir Llk-cliku for windward polls Sliur Iwalnuf for Kona nnl Kim Schr KauilCouitli for Ilonokaa Schr Ktiliiinaiiu for Ookala Schr Marion for Ilamaktui Schr Mnmiokuwai for llnnutnatilu . PASSENGERS. For kahulni pur Kilaucn IJou, March til lit Iter Bishop Millis, G O Guskill, .1 K Vatigandt and about SO deck. . From Kauai, per Bishop, Mar: 10 F. Sinclair, F. Gay, Dr: Thomp son, Hon. A. do S. Cftnnvnrro Miss lv. Corney, I'.Uichmond and wife, and CO deck , For Kauai, per Bishop, Mar: 1:2 N Ohlandl. n Centre, J A Rcolt, E IT AVoodworlh, (! K Graham. K F Hishop, W D Schmidl,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 March 1883

J Eu-' - 'a ft' m fcf- ik i& cT 4$he a 1$Hett TUESDAY, MAKCII 13, 1883. TURTLE-DOVE. When a wan nsks a woman to marry him, ho nsks n good deal. Ho nsks her to lenvo her father's bouse, nround which cluster nil the asso ciations of childhood, youth, nnd womanhood, and go out into n lifo which she knows not of, nnd make n homo for him, her husband. He asks her to give up her very notnc nnd tnko his, nnd to become bound to him by irrevocable tics till death do them part. A woman who mnrries must generally, in lnrge measure, give up every pursuit except thnt of ordering her husband's home. She must depend upon him for means wherewith to make n home for licr Bclf ns well ns for him. Too often what he gnins while she is laboring for both is regarded as his, while what she expends in the home is regarded as given to her. "We do not wish to discourage any young women from matrimony, but we do wish to set before young men the completeness with which wives are expected to merge their live...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 March 1883

THE DAILY'BULEETIN Vol. II. No. 318. HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, MA11CII 14, 1883. 8UDS0RIPTION CO CENTS PER MONTH. k. ' , h $A K : tfjp I M' THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning nnd circu. luted thtoughout tin- town by enniers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every oppoitunily. Subscription, SO cents per Month. G. Caiisox Ki:kvox, Editor. All business communications to be nd. dicsscd, Manager Daily llulletln, Post Olllce Box No. I i. Telephone 2r0. Ontrp, .... (urm Street, OppoMfe Wnt'e Cnrrlngc rctorj. .1. Q. Ci.nvion, Manager HOW MONKEYS ARE TAKEN. All old, linrd coconnut is tnken nnd n very Miinll liolc intulc In the shell. Furnished with this mill a pocketful of boiled rice the sports liinn sallies into the forest nnd stops beneath n tree tennnted with monkeys. "Within full .sight of these inquisitive spectators ho first cnts a little' rice nnd puts a quantity into the coconnut with nil the ostentation possible. The nut is then laid upon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 March 1883

( ) - jJ- " v. .-;- b ? )! vi fcl WKDNKsilAY, MARCH 11, 1883. THIS DAY'B DOINGS. MORNING. Mr. K. 1 Adams will Sell, nl 10 o'clock furniture, house, ImhI, etc., estate of T. C. IMlliujihani. CVENING. Onhu Lodge, No. 1 K. ofl. 7:!(0. lk-thcl Prayer Meeting, at 7. :((). Kott .St. Church, Prayer Meeting at 7 :!)(.). Business meeting nt H :'!. St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual servicer, at 7 :!H). PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE. As it is not clearly proved that leprosy is not contagious, it is well that every means be taken to pre vent contact between lepers and healthy pcisons. Now, it is a well kuown fact that friends of the lepers "0 down to the Branch Hospital at Kakaako to sec them, and, although they do not go inside amongst them, yet tho only separation between them is nn open picket fence. Through this they touch one another and pass pipes to and fro, so that the scpaiation is only nominal. The Board of Health thus, while appar ently separating lepers, do not do so. "While, tliercfoi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 March 1883

yv ?'-v & fir, k. ;!' ' r . W- Ulf. V r'v . (.- &,? w EHffi. , '74' ,K K P' W I -. 4V L 1.7 l. BF- KiV . W'' iHSrli. jrar H-- J",- iff'" P &N l& &. IKIfi' Jr. mmnmvmxitsxiii., sz, TELEPHONIC. . Dlmoml Head, March 11, 0:30 a.m. Strong W. wind. Sehr Eliukai 10 miles otf ARRIVALS. Match 13 Stmr City of Sydney from Australia Stmr Wnimnnalo from Wnimanalo DEPARTURES March 1 litno Discovery for San Francisco Stmr l.ikeliku for Vtindwnid ports Stmr Iwnlani for Kona and Kan Sohr Marion for llnmnktia Solir Mnnuoknwni for llannmaulu Stmr .las Makcc for Kanai Stmr City of Sydney for San Fran. Sclir Kanikeanli for Ilouokaa VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Sehr Knlatnann for Ookala Schr Liholiho for Kolon Sclir l.cahi for Ookala Sclir Nettie Merrill for Lnhnina Sclir Kekauluohi for Hanalei Sclir Kaala for Koolau PASSENGLRS. From Australia, per City of Sydney, March 1:3 D Dean wife and child, Mini M Hawaii and nur.se M Ilanmond, Miss C Anderson, J C Fowler J Patrick, J Goodman, W Gr P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 March 1883

K kJlU. t Uj! '. Wit'ywrl WEDNESDAY, MA11CU II, 18837 A LinLE CHILD'S PRAYER. Mother Come, dearie, put dolly nwny now, for it's time to sny your prayers nu'd go (o bed. Little Girl Mnkc dolly sny she p'ny'is, too ; me 1ms to vny all time. Mother Only twice n day. dearie, and you ought not to he too lazy to do timt when Mod watches over you every minute of the tiny. With a lcsigned expression, the little onu began: Now me is doin' fast 'sleep, l"ay Dodsotil to tcep Me 'should die Suddenly pausing, the liltlo one looked up with a yawn and asked, "Tan't the rest of it do till mornin,' mnmma'i't' Mother Oil, no, my child ; you must say it all, or God won't hear any of it. With a despairing sigh, the child dropped her head again and con tinued : "Dodb'ess papa, mnmma, dam mas and dampas, sisters and buil ders, and big kitty and little kitty and my dolly and " The little voice .suddenly became inaudible, and the mother, after waiting a moment, said gently, 'Well, finish, deaiie." The half...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 March 1883

Wfl , m THE DAILY BULLETI -,-i Vol. II. No. 319. UOKOLULU, H. I., THUKSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883. 8UD80RIPTION CO 0ENT8 PER MONTH. R ST ' "n "immmUmMki'a . , - THE DAILY BULLETIN ... i -,... ... WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published crery morning mid clrcti luted throuphout the town by cnrriorn, and forwarded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. G. Caiison Kr.NYON, Editor. All busbies communications to bo ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Ofllcc Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllre, ((uceii Ntreet, Oppotltt Wet' Carriage Kuctorr. J. Q. Ci.kviou, Manager London Gossip, (ijy viam:uii.) Special for tho Dally tltillcliti.t A new way of raising the wind has just 'been practised in Vienna with considerable success. Hcrr Von after having vainly exhaus ted every possible means of making n fortune, suddenly grew ill took to his bed, and, on his doctor giving him Up, sent for a lawyer to make a will. The lawyer whom ho pru dently selected is a notorious b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 March 1883

MY AL'THOKITY. Mh. William Wiinu Is thl iln.V niv pointed Agent to tula- Acknowledge mcnls of L-iboi Coatiaeli betwcrii Mas Its mid Servants in llic District of Honolulu, Inland of Ouliu. .1X0. i:. HUSH, Minister of lnlciioi. Interior Onlre, Mmch 1 1, 181. ill" t "rilUHSDAY, MAKCII IB, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. EVENING. Y. M. C. A., at Bethel nt 7 :30. Algarolm Lodge, nt 7:110. Thuth. A NonwcaiAS attempted to get off on the steamer without a pass poit, on Tuesday night. The police prevented him and look him up to the station house. He was half drunk and gave the policeman a black eye, but did not, as many stated, receive any injury himself. Since writing the above, a state ment has appeared in the Gazette, that he lost his passage and his bag gage by this action of the police. "Vc have ourselves personally inter viewed him with the following result: Ho got intoxicated during the day in company with two men belonging to to the steamer (probably passen gers). He then made up his mind t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 March 1883

f"" . lf StfJ-Lit... lrf. - Us V fi- F, b , -V fi? fir? -v it. rv- -. 4 'ft. r& l'- 'hit '. I j , .-; .v' S' ' WS .' : KA 111'. n3SJ&"fe TELEPHONIC. Dlinond Head, March li, 0:!)0 a.m. Light N. H. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. March 11 Schr Ehukai from Waialua Schr Jcnuio "Wnlhcr from Hilo Schr Milo Morris from Mulokni Schr Mfcfoo from Kooluu UEPARTURES Mnrch M .Schr Liholiho for Kolon. . Schr Nuttio Merrill for Lnhnina Schr Koknuluohi for Hnniilui Schr Knnln for Kooluu Schr Ehukai for AVaiulua m -ii. I ;' '"".p'j! VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Bk Gcttysbcrg for the Sound Schr Lcahi for Ookala Schr Kulnninnu for Ookala PASSENGLRS. For windward ports per Likclikc, March 13 S Parker & wife, Misses S and II Sheldon and neicc, AV II Cnmmings, T Cumminpjs, D Dean and wife child and nurse, C 11 Makcc, Mrs V N Makee and daughter, l)r Visick. G Bell, II V Baldwin and family, Mrs 0 L "Wight, J Kichard son, C W Stoddard, T S Dunn wife and child, M G Coercia, Mrs A Kc- kci, II A Lusc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 March 1883

SV ft Kr jf It ffiailit ignlltttii, THURSDAY, MAKC1I 15, 1883. A BODY SNATCHING ADVENTURE. "You can bet thnt grave robbing is nothing iir-w even among students in this city," paid a young phyhicinn yesterday, in conversation villi a 1'rcns reporter. "I graduated in this city, you know, and if you'd like to hear it 1 can tell you a very amusing adventure of a couple of my fellow .students. Of eomse I ennnot men tion any names, but 1 can abstnc you that the story is strictly true. A body snatching expedition in those days was regaided as a big 'blow out,' but only the bolder and more reckless spirits would take part in it. One night a couple of my cliuinH started off for a 'stiff' (as they used to call a coipsc in the dissecting room) and selected an out-of-town cemetery as the scene of their operations. It was eleven o'clock when they secured the body, and as cold and cheerless a night as you ever saw. They wrapped the corpse up in an overcoat, and, to aveit suspicion, propped him up...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 March 1883

I W v T' THE DAILY BULLETIN tL HONOLULU, II. I., FKIDAY, MARCH 16, IrMgj Vol. II. No. 350. SUBSCRIPTION SO 0ENT8 PER MONTH. Sfe 8S bb: , ir'' WV IJ ILL ev,V,t ItHHfKSag&i. a, THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and circu lated throughout the town by carriers, and foru aided to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. G. Caiisok Kenyon, Editor. All business communications to be nd. drc9scd, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post OfWcc Box No. 14. Telephone 25G. OIHre, - - lnren Ntrrct, Oppoilte Wet' Cmlnge Factory. J. G. Cr.KviOR, Manager That there is falsehood in his looks, Must nnd will deny; They say their master Is ft knnvcr, And sure they do not lie. THE SWISS METHOD. Ill Geneva and some other parts of Switzerland n very practical cus tom exists for the rnpitl punishment of certain petty offenders. A policeman who sees a publican keep his house open nfter closing hours, a cabman driving after dark without his lantern...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 March 1883

v JV mr BY AUTHORITY. .Mn. rWti.t,UM Woxu is this tiny ap pointed Agent to take Acknowledge. --TneniiTof Labor Contracts between Mas' tors and Servants In Iho District of Honolulu, Wnlul of Oahu. t - JNO. E. HUSH, Minister of Interior. ' intctior onicc, M.iiuh 1 1, iss;. a J!) at pailir !ttUdht FRIDAY, M AKOII 1(1, 1831). ' ', This day's doings. ,Vi.n AFTERNOON, S Ladies' Prayer Meeting nt Fort St. " 'Church, at 3 o'clock. EVENING.. '"""Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. at 7:30. Imp. Older of lted Men, at 7:30. Polynesia Kncampmcnt at 7 :30. St. Andrew's Cathedral, Lent Ser vice, at 7 :30. Our Streets. "We have neither noticed nor heard nny complaints about the roads late ly, so the Supervisor must be happy. This is partly due, however, to the dry weather, which makes even our softest roads passable and all in fair condition to travel over, except for the dust. But a great deal of it, we think, is due to the eompaiison which can be drawn between the present condition of the lower end of ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 March 1883

HKpf 'i.j fo ,'- I? M sj 'mm-. JSt SI Dimond He'nd, March 16, C!80 a.m. Sunr James Makcc 8 miles oft Wh bk off DItitonil Head ARRIVALS. March 15 Stmr vh Mary and Helen from New Bedford. lJrftnc Win G Irwin from San Fran. DEPARTURES March 15 .Schr Lcnhi for Ookala Sehr Kulamnnu for Ookala VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Schr Mrcfno for Koolnu Schr Mile Morris for Molokni Ilk UeUysborg for the Sound PASSENGhRS. From San Francisco per AVm. G. Irwin, March 15 Miss llahn. VESSELS IN PORT. It. B. M. S. Swlftsurc, Admiral Lyons U S SLackawannn, Wilson TJ.S.S. "Wacliticlt, Pcnwn StmrSucz, Dodd, Ship Ahcraninn, Chapman Bk Hermann Bark Forest Queen Bark Jubilee Am tern Dakota, AVh bk LouUc Tern M E Smilh Torn Mary DiRigc, Bgtno Wm. G." Irwin, Turner Mgtno Scltna Suhr Pannonia, lliggings Bgtno Morning Star Haw brig Nlnito, Cameron VESSELS EXPECTED. Jllc Kamu lrom Due Btmr Zenlnndin from S. F. March 18 Stmr Australia, fin Sydney, April 8 II. I. K. M'sNavcs-diick H. I. It. M's SkobelelV II. I. G.M'sLei...

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