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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 April 1883

l- .f ? ey E : IV IV W. t IP wU r ft ( ' fcv IK. ROYAL HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY". 1'rcMrfent, ITU Mnjcsty the King. imMti) of macuimknt: II w "Majesty President Hon. 11. A. Widemann. ..Vicc-Picsldcnt Hon. A. S. Clcgliorn, 111-, Honor Chief Justice Judd, His, Honoi First Ass. Justice McCully Dis. 11. McKlbbln & G. Trousseau, Mi. A. W. Bush, Mr. A. Jaeger Ticnsurcr Mr. J. S. Webb Secretary The Society's First Annual AGKICUL.TUKAL & Horticultural Show will, by pcrmlssjor of Ills Ex. the Min ister of the Intel loi, bo held' on the re- claimed ground, lmuiku of Hnleknuwlla tticct, On TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, the 12th, 13tlt and 14th of June. Thrutgh the liberality of the Lcgisla ture the. Boaid of Management have PREPARED an EXTENSIVE LIST of the PRIZES they will oiler to be com pctcd lor at this Show. The money nlucs of the different pi ires and the f jrms In which they w ill be ghen, w ill be announced at a later date. In the cao of nil the more important clashes...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 April 1883

&i '."!& BUIXETIN STIPPLE HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL W, 1883. sBlBMlMlwffa 11 !! I MM i f " iTWr', " "" V' ' T" ""-"F " W ' -ytr--' aBBnr" T5WW -CT" ' "Twr'- v "'"r'W'BB1 ' I DAILY MA 1 I I il3I ? 4- I, LONDON G03SIP (11V PIAXKUK.) .Special for the Dallv llulletln.) " Cleopatra," the ningniflccut picture now on exhibition at the Grosvcnbr Gallery is Alinu T.Ul cmu's master-piece. Nothing he hna yet done can surpass the matchless beauty of this production. The half coquettish, half triumphant and wholly voluptuous expression on the beautiful face of " tho Serpent of old Nile" is most fascinating and irresistible. The gazer looks and looks again, and yet again, and on leaving the gallery is hauuted by that one wonderful countenance, and dreamily dazzling smilo. There is no great nrt in writing a love-letter. But it is very hard sonic-, times to get it safely delivered into the hands of the addressee. This is ii want that has always been acutely felt in Parisian society, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 April 1883

qii'i njX'V '! ' nji'jWrJTvt pv x" ? " w ? 4JT- 'f li NEW STEAMSHIP LINE TOCHINA. A rumor, which seems to Have somo truth in it is now current thnt the 1'ncific Mull Steamship Company fc, mid the Oregon Railway una Nnvi- gatlun Company have entered into an agreement to transport Chinese pas sengers anil frgight from Hongkong to Portland and British Columbia by 3k wnv of Snn Francisco. Tlic steamer C. T. Hook was sent out with .1 mis ecllaneous cargo and laborers for the Canada Pacillc Kailroad as nnexperi mctit, and the venture was found so promising that, it is slated, it was de termined to establish ji monthly ser vice. The route determined on is Portland, San Francisco and Hono lulu on the return trip. Thu steamers to be employed belong to Howard & Co. of Hongkong. It is also stated that an arrangement lias been made by which the Pacillc Mail Company receives $10 and the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company receives 810 for the transportation of Chinese passengers from Hongk...

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

KK"", T 5"" '"'' i?" ,T H&ffllSJlIttKsli r W-r-w? ''f)?y!!'' - --w" I i TTTF'TT AT TIN Vol. II. Wo. 370. HONOLULU, H. I., MQNDAY, APRIL 10, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. f L Y BTJIXE 1 J Ja JLJ' U 1 J JLJJL.J r:) J! V I 'f . AX J I: 4 J' THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and elrcu. luted throughout the town liy carriers, nud forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. G. Oausox Kknvon, Editor. All business communications to lie ad dressed, Maunder Dally Bulletin, Post Offlco Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllre, .... Queen Ntreet, Opposite Vfrt' Carriage Factory. .1. G. CIjHviou. Manager DIRECTIONS ON THE BOTTLE. "L nni going to, send my boy to) ryor gallery to linvo his picture taken," said a druggist to a photo grapher. "Think you can get along without me?" "Well, I' should' say so, was the confident rejoinder. "I'm not so sure of that. You'll iiud-liim a-tough customer toma nagc ; however," ...

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

i I, Notice. MR. VM. UKNKY TELL U thii day appointed Agent to take Ac kuowlcdgmenH to Labor Conlruclo, be tween masters and seivuuts, within thu dlstr.c .if Knna, IMntul of Onliu. J NO. E. UU6H, Minl-tcr of Interior Intel lor Olucc, April 7, 183 ', 37-1 -U TlONnAY,"AllUL 1C, 1880. THIS DAY'S DOINJ8. EVENING. Hand at Emma Squniu, ul 7:150 Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F. 7:30 THE CHINESE INVASION. Wo hoar that a proposition has been made to the Government by a Chinese Company that they will fur nish all the Chinese laborers wanted, from 1,000 to 5,000, for terms of three yenivj, renewable for two years more, at a rate of wages which has not transpired. At the end of the five years those that wish to return would be' sent back, and tlieir places buppliccl by new ones. If an engagement like that could be formed with a responsible party it would be probably the best thing that could happen for the sugar and rice planting interests. The supply could be kept up to meet the de mand, and could be ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 April 1883

! IP k If TELEPHONIC. Dlinond Head, Mull 10, 0:30 a.m. Light N K wind Schr Mnimokuwni off poit , Aptil 11 Stmr C 1( Bishop from Knuni Sjlir Jennie from Nawiliviili Schr Wuilclofrom Mnliko. April 15 Stmr l.ikelikc from windward ports Stmr .Ins Mnkco from Kauai Stmr Wuimunalo fiom Wuiinnuulo Si'hr Kalttna from'MAIiko Solir Uilainn fiom llntiului Schr Ka.ila from Wnhihnu .Schr Waioli fiom Panuliau i.sJSi ' - UEPARTURES . April 11 I -Sclir llaleakulu. for Pepuukoo VESSELS LEAVIHQ THIS DAY SlmV CR MMiop for Knuni. &"2Jiihnu Bk Kalnkausi for S. P. Stmr Kilauca IIou for, Kahului. Stmr Lchua for Maui. I1 i y' Schr WalWlc for Mrtliko. v '" Brig Hazard for South Sua Inlands. Bk Caibaiieu For San Francisco. Schr Kauikcaouli for Honokas Schr Mccfoo for Koolatt Schu Ehttknilfon Wajalua , t re'hr Kek.iuhioli for rinnnltii PASSENGLRS. From Kahului per IvilaiicaIIoii, April 14 S Forbes. M I) Monsaratt, 1) K,Fyfpr"d '2 daughters, Mrs. Lowers Mi's'. A Pratt, J'J'Kudmgton, Miss M Leovcl, J Kichard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 April 1883

tt,"6,r ' - SP i ? 'Jfe A NEW DEPAltTUKE 1 WILLIAM MILLER Cabiiictm a. Ice And IJiilutlHlervr, No. CO Hold Mi cut, Opposilo lnlcrnntloniil Hold, Between Nuuanu mid Fort streets. riMlB public please take notice X Hint 1 bin e just opened In the above prcini-ci, mid as I mn n thoiough prac tlrnl mechanic In my line of busings Inning done s-onie of iho lincst uoik nt the Palace and other residences in Hono lulu, recently would tlicieforo most re spccttully solicit u call from the coin muiiity. Fine upholstered w ork In cvciy vm.'ety Drapery anil Lambrequincs of every description niiide to order. Carved nud polished, window cornices neatly made and ni ranged. Repairing nnd polishing Pianos, Mu sical I)o.e, etc- The finest Fionch and uirnisbcd pol ishing done in.tlic Kingdom. ' Carpets, Oil-cloth and matting cut and laid nt short notice. All work guaiantecd and done on the most reasonable teims. 304 ly FRANK GERTZ HAS JUSJT lKCJ3IVI3r Per bark Knlakaua A Splendid Stock of Now 11-1 XorC S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 April 1883

rb -J i.'-r vr 'n "-- ft-M J, -I " P; V M I ,,1, n- ,- " , T"ivn"1i - J THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. Ko. 377. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, APIUL 17, 1883. 8UB90RIPTION 00 0ENT8 PER MONTH. .SUMEPT " k Wk A ... ? ?rf- i I THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning aud circu. latcd.'lhroughout tho town by curriers, and forwarded to the other Islands, by every "opportunity. Subscription, - SO cenli pir Month. G.,Carbon KKKTONr Editor. Ail business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 256. Office, .- - qaeea Street, Opposite West't Carriage Factor. T. G Clbvioii, Manager An agent for n New York grpcery house has a route to Pennsylvnniat nnd'l'aSt spring lie- was put' out? to discover -that the agent for a Boston house had taken one of his best cus tomers. . 4 'Didhcoffcr you ibetter figures?" he asked in explanation. "No." "Better terms ?!' "No." "Goods any better,?" "No." "Then why did you leave our house?" "W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 April 1883

.A J r i If fc & ie B lHcittl TUESDAY, Al'KIL 17, 1883. THIS DAV'S DOINGS. EVENING). Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30. Iliblo Class nt Lyceum nt 7 :30. Musical Society, Practice, 7 :30. The Pear of small-pox. "Wo feel that the whole population of these islands dread the rc-intro-duution of small-pox into Honolulu and for this reason would be led to take strong steps to prevent the landing of any passengers from the Madras. But, while we not only sympathize in, but share, this feeling wo think that in our dread of the consequences to ourselves and friends that we may possibly bo doing n wrong to thoso unfortunates now on board the vessel. Possibly they may have as much right, according to International Law, to bo landed here and be attended to, as we have to live 'hero unmolested by other nations. If so, then we err gricv ousty, and will, no doubt, be called to account for it, in refusing that aid and assistance which, as a Christian nation, we arc bound to give. And this feeling,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 April 1883

T " ' m v 9, -v '- -"Tjt tut TELEPHONIC. Dlmond Head, April 17, (3:30 a.m. Light N 15 wind . j, j , Stinr Jus. Makco off Hurlicr point. ARRIVALS. April 16 Stmr City of Sydney Jroin S. F. llktuc Etlfckn from' San Francisco Sehr Jennie Walker fm W.niaken Sehr Miinuokuwni.fm Halinmnuhi Bk D 0 Murray from Ssiii Francisco Stmr Mokolii'lrJnl Kooliiu Sclir Caturiiui from liiuiulcf BW..rPEPARTURES April 10 Bk Knlakaua for S.VF. r r , Stmr Lchun-forTHaiil. ' Sclir Wailclo for Mnliko. Bk Cnibaricn For San Frnncisco; Schr Kukaiiliioli for Hannlei Stmr City of Sydney for Australia Stmr James Mnkec for Wnianao Sclir Mdl1 Reiki Wr Molokai VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY U S Wnehusett for Samoim Is" ' Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kahului StmrLikelikc,fonindward ports StmrSuJzsfo,,Saii' Francisco -Stmr C 11 Bishop for Kauai. & Niihnu Schr Mecfoo for Koolau Stinr Kilnuca lion for Kalmlui. Sclir Ehukai for Waialua Brig llnJaVdvfor' South SeaIslnild'j.-" SchivKauikeaouli for Honokus , Sclir Jennie for Koloa Sch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 April 1883

fw5 ? "p7iiwpw-rs;s5 vfjjw1' ---. -rv - M w K W WK I. ' J'r mw r E If". Rtf t ftC K- K 1 r A NEW DEPARTURE J WILLIAM MILLER And UpholMtcrcr. No. US Hotul sti cut, Opposite lntcrnntionnl Hotel, Between Nuunnu and Fort street1". riMlE public will please take notice JL Hint I haojust opened in the above pi unites, and as I am a thorough prac tical mochanlc in my lino of business having done soino of tlw finest work at the Palace and other residences in Hono lulu recently would therefore most re upwtfully solicit a call from the com munlty. Fine upholstered w ork In cvciy variety Drapery and Lambrcquincs of every description made to older. Carved and polished window cornices neatly made and arranged. Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mu sieal Boxes, etc- The finest French and varnished pol ishing done in the Kingdom. Carpets, Oil-cloth and matting cut and laid at short notice. All work guaranteed and done on the most reasonable terras. 804 ly FRANK HAS JUST KECEIVED Per bark Kalakaua A Sp...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 April 1883

N THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. 3STo. 378. HONOLULU, II. I. WEDNESDAY, APJRIL 18, 18813. SUBSCRIPTION 60 CENTS PCR MONTH. r v.j THE DAILY BULLETIN , WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning ami circu lated throughout tho town by curriers, uu lwinmuuu IV M1U UlJIUl AS11IUUS UJ every opportunity. , Subtcrlptioa, 50 ctnli per Month. G. Cahson Kknvon, Editor. All business communications to bu nil drosscd, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephono 256. Offlct, .... neen Htrect, Opposite West's Carriage Factor. .T. Q. Clkviou, Manager ii Police Court, criminal calendar., Friday, April 13 Fauna, drunk, fined 810 and $1 costs. Ho Siting, Luting, Ah Ycc, Tong Sai, Akana, An Go, Wong Cliing, Akut, and Aiai, gaming; first five fined $10 and $ 1 costs and 24 hours at hard labor each, tho other four not guilty and discharged. Appeal noted to the Supremo Court. Saturday, April M Knwai, as sault and battery, forfeited 8 10 bail. Manuaka, drunk, forfeited bail SC YV. C. Aka...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 April 1883

fmBSS his I t r. , V I- L $he Hiljj lnlfcttii WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Mr. E. 1'. Adams "will hold u Credit Sale at Beaver Block, at 10 o'clock. EVENING. Band at Emma Square, at 7 i SO Oalm Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30. Bethel Prayer Meeting, at 1 s30. Fort St. Clnireh, Prayer Meeting nt7:30. St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual services, at 7 :30. SOUTHWARD HO ! Yesterday morning, at 9 o'clock, the Hawaiian brig Hazard cist off her mooriug3 aud sailed swiftly out of the harbor for the South Seas, to bring back laborers for the Planters' Labor & Supply Company. She carries with her 10 laborers, return ing to their homes in the island of Tukalau. Everything about the vessel is as clean as' a new pin, and ample ac commodations have been made for the expected passengers. I'ittings and space have been provided for no less than three hundred oi them, aud for their food 17 tons of bread and 18 tons of rice besides full sup plies of beef, iS.c, have been put on boa...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 April 1883

fWT WT T "' T' T f Tf ( -7P. " V' '" ?.t - K. 'V 5$t. TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, April 17, 0:00 a.m. Stiong N 15 wliul ' '. Sinn- Coptic off port ARRIVALS. April M Stinr Jna Mnkec from Wnmoac Dktnc Ella ftom Sun Francisco Seltr Lihollho from Koloa .Schr Kaaln from Kuol.lu ' Selir Mile Morris ftom Molokiu Schr Mnloldifrom Ilukalati ! j ,. DEPARTURES ApiiU7 U S'Wnclius'utt f or Snnioui la Stmr Kilauou Hon for Knhulul Stmr Likclikcjfor windward ports tjtmr Suez for .Sun Francisco ytmr G It Bishop for Knilni. & Niihati Stmr Kiltiucii Hon, for Kahuhti. -Schr Khukai for Vialun Brig Hazard for South Sea Islands. Schr IvrfitikeaotiH for1 Honokus Schr Jennie for Koloa VESSELS LEAVING THIS1 DAY' Stmr Jas Makco for Kauai Br s.s.Glcuclg for Victoria B. C, Stmr"MokdliLforKo6lalt V Stmr Waimanalo for Waiinanalo Schr Jennie 'Walker for Waiakca Schr Catcrina for Hunalei Schr Mccfoo for Koolait 'PASSENGhRS. Prom San Francisco, per Eureka, Apiil 16 J Baker, JJl.Shercr. From San Francisco, per D C M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 April 1883

aaMMtMMWMMMMMMMM"tMMMBMMMWMMWWMWMMMMMlMMM"M""M"MMBM fit w MMr E&fffe a :new departure i WILLIAM MILLER Oabinetmakei' And UpliolNtewv, Xo. 0:3 ., Holul street, Opposite International Hotel, Uctwccu NtiUanu and Foit streets. rpilE public 'will please take notice A that 1 have Just opened in the above premises, and as I am a thorough prac tical mechanic In my line of business having done borne of the finest work at the Palace and other residences hi Hono lulu recently would therefore most re spcctfully solicit a call from the com munity. 1" Ins upholstered work in every variety Drapery ,and Lambrcqulncs of every dCAcripuonmauo 10 onier. Carved and polished window cornices neatly made and arranged. Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mu. Meal Boxes, etc. The finest French and varnished pol. bh n x dono in the Kingdom. (,'i.r, ct4, Oil-cloth and matting cut and laiA at short notice. All work guaranteed and done on tho most reasonable terms. 804 ly FRANK GERTZ HAS JUST RECEIVED Per bark E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 19 April 1883

PPf1" THE DAILY 4 Vol, II. No. 379. HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, APJRIL L, 188:). SUBSCRIPTION BO 0ENT8 PER MONTH. TM''Mi . JJm .. ... . --i, . jiHiaiB --..-- -,w-.f-. -, ., 5b-p 'v unn. . a. Si- I. P THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. fig published cveiy morning mid circu lated throughout the town, hy curriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subicrlplion, 50 cenll per Month. Gr. Caiibon Kknyon, Editor. All business communications to be nil. drcssedj Mauager Dally Bulletin, Post OlHce Box No. 14. Telephone 230. Office, r - - queen Street, Opposite Wit' Carriage Factory. J. G. CtEvion, Manager Laughter Roared in the Wrong Place when " IVpifth Night" was played at Booth's Theater, lately. When the curtain lifted for the first bceno the lovesick Orsino was being boothed by musicians, according to Shakspcare's hint in the tet. Two men with pasteboard bugles stood back against the scenery, while some body just out of sight did the real blowing, juid the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 19 April 1883

." W ':&: ?mmmmmmmm HHpv f " flllir ' mm ' -m ' ' r ., i r ft ' 17 P TIIUKSDAyTaITvIL It), 18837 THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Regular Cash Sale at Sales Room of Lyons Levey, at 10 o'clock. EVENING. Gleaners Festival, Fort St. Church nt 7 o'clock. G. A. R.. Regular Sleeting, at 7. Band at Enmin Square, at 7:30 Y. M. C. A., annual meeting, Bethel Vestry at 7:30. THE SUEZ took with her on Tuesday afternoon many of the well-loved of Honolulu, but public interest centres more around three of them thau around the rest, Dr. McKibbin, Mr. S. Spencer, and M. J. A. Hassingcr with his wife and family. Dr. McKibbin goc3 to Europe, via the United States and Canada, for an extended tour of six months. It is not our intention to enumerate his many services to the country, but wc can say that they have been partially rccoguized in the attentions paid him prior to his departure by His Majesty, who conferred on him the Order of Knlakaua, and Her Majesty the Queen Dowager, who entertained him the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 19 April 1883

w 'v " -4m '''( V - v - -jf'Hl WW fl.&'-V T fVZt V . 4 - . V ; IK ft 14) .Mw r4. m V, 15 - Ik" -ft i C ft jup- - TELEPHONIC. Dlmotid II fail, April 11), 0:30 a.m. Strong N B wfluP Nothing in sight ' April 18 Bi it. SS. Coptic, from Yokohama Schr Binmtt from ITccia DEPARTURES April 18 Sluir Jns Mnkcc for iCunai "VESSELS' LEAVING THIS" DAY " I3iit. S. S. Coptic lor Sun Francisco SchrMalolo for Uakahui S.hr MilUf.Morria for Molokni Schr Lilioliho for Kukuiluielo Schr Jennie Walker for Wutakcn Schr Meefoo for ICoolau Br 8.8. Glunolg for Victoria B. C. Schr Cat.iiiM for Iliinalci Sttnr Mokolil for Koolau Stair Waimauald for tWnimnpalp PASSENGtRS. For windward ports, per Likclikc, April 1 Mrs and Miss Alupai, l F Kennedy, J I. Wiseman, Bishop .xt I ..fll.lli. .IVfM. -W.l lt ti.o) Cilntli W.IUIWWIU,. owiu "" ""i"-"!' G Doyle, D L Kiniinnka, Mits M Lovell, W 11 Lawrence, A Eanos, J liiclmnlson, Miss J Woods, II G Hauling, Mrs Meek, CB Makeu, Mrs Houston, ,W O Atwater, W II Bailey" rII P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 19 April 1883

! U T "f" TS & ' ;., f i M &. A NEW DEPAKTUKE 1 WILLIAM MILLER Gubinetmaker Aim! IJpHolMtorer, No. U'J Hotel street, Opposite International Hotel, Between Nmiiuni and Fort streets. 'pill', public will please tnko notice .L thin I Iiimc jut opened In the nbove piemhes, and as I urn u thoiough prac tical mechanic In my line of business ha Ing done conns of the finest work nt the PaMec and other residences in Hono lulu recently would llicicforo most ic-sm-rtfully solicit a call from the com. munity. JbMuy upholstered work in cvciy vurlcty Drapery and Lambrcqulncs of every tlccrlptlonmade to order. Carved and polished window cornices neatly made and arranged. Repairing and polishing llanos, Mu. plcal UoNcs, etc. The finest French ami varnished pol. iih undone In the Kingdom. Carpets, Oil-cloth and matting cut and laid at short notice. All work guaranteed and done on the moM reasonable terms! 804 ly FRANK GERTZ HAS .J USX X13CEIVI30 PcrbaikKnlakaua A Splendid Stock of New Ju-iftX...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 April 1883

"n "W" ELY BULLETIN Vol. II. No. 380. HONOLULU, II. I.; FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION 60 CENTS PER MONTH. ,v THE DA , K1 THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is, published every morning and circu lated, throughout tho town by carriers, and, forwarded to the other Islands by cvery'opportunlty. Subscription, 60 cenli por Month. G. Cahson Kenyon, Editor. All business communications to be ad. Office Box N o.I4. Telephone 256. " Ofllre, - - - . tncen Street, Upiiotito West's Carrlngo Factory. T. Q. ClevioU, Manager PROVERBS FOR THESE DAYS. Bo ware of false propliets and pa tent toothacho drops. Look not upon the horse race and monkey with the pool seller, for it is not wise to bet unless you can win. Try not to guy the stranger who sojournoth in thy land and secmeth meek and sad; for of such arc three card moiito men made. A resident of Park street had a photographer come up the other day for tho purpose of taking a view of h'u residence, and the man of tho ca mera had just...

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