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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 April 1883

- - - -a.. .,,,i.)i iiimi i iiijmwi nil ' ' jtfMMHHMIflMMHflMIBMfiKsMKiStl mii'WHIIwWiHmMBbIWP'IIW urn iiniiwi mil vSKmHKmwKm mvmrwWfwWm ' "' - m.. marTtimmtt HHHVzKEraKrfTOmHF MwP vPRMSMHB5WK!Fwfe: flWfi fSHWEFt i3sjni Hit r JJr fr i ' .e ailU lniU(in, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1833. This day's doings. c AF(TERNCON Ladies' Prayer Sleeting, Fort St. Church, at 3 o'clock. EVENING. Lottery, nt Noltc's Saloon. Band at Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:30 Imp. Order of Red Men, nt 7:30. Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30. Musical Society, Practice, 7:30. The band concert on Monday night, although not as largely attended as usual, was en joyed by many. A fair sprinkling of our naval visitors could be seen about the grounds. The polka, "Love and Truth," and the waltz, "Gloirc do Dijon," were simply splendid, the playing seemed so thoroughly to have intcrwoncn itself with the sentiment of the composer. The prayer, from the opera "Moisc ii Egitto," by Rossini, was received with loud applause, and the selection ...

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. — 20 April 1883

rMHijIfTr i-gr Jltsk? .a. . -.. ,. . ,. a ... ... -V . - - H -limil - -" " W r ' 'i x . V 1 1 I I BHaaHagaBnHHaBBHaaMIIMMaMaaaHaBalawBBBDIMBWaMHMaBawavMBBapHaHaHMBwHHHalMMBMRHHHa . Mj aw iWHWumwrniwi ttmttt , . . ; p j- Z I ; i -ar . I ( U' TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Apt 11 30, 0:30 a.m. Light N E wind (.? Sclir Eliukiii 8 miles off ARRIVALS., April(l ti ll Lizzie J 131 .Inrshall from fort Gamble UEPARTURES April ID Brit. H. S. (Joptto for San Francisco Suhr ' Mil.o Morris for Molokai SahrLiholiho. fcr Kuktiihnolo Suhr Jennie Walker for Wa'uikca Sclir Meefoo for Koohm VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Br 8.s. jGlonclg! for 'Victoria B. C. Stmr Wuim.iuulo for Waimnnalo Stmr Mnkollt for Koolau Sclir Cuteiina forjlunalei Sclir Malolo for HriUnlau Sclir Manuokayaifor, Koloa Sclir UilHma 'f or Htmhlcl " PASSENGERS. For San Francisco per S. S. Coptic April 19 Dr. Webb, if W Woofl,' h Kuntzc, J C Patrick, and 1 china man. VESSELS IN PORT. II. I. R. M's Najloxdnlk. H. I. G. M's Lelpio Br s.. Glunclg. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 April 1883

. -ff - fjp WPW " v. tv? Pi I? t . v I . . ' . t . A NEW DEPARTURE 1 WILLIAM MILLER Cabinetmaker Ami Upholsterer, No. 03 Hold street, Opposite International Hotel, Between Nuunnu and Foit sheets. rpiIE public will please take notice JL Hint I have just opened in the above piemiscs, and as I nm n thorough prac tical mechanic in my line of business having done some of the finest work at the Palace and other residences In Hono lulu recently would therefore most re spectfully solicit n call fronvtho com. munlty. Fins upholstered work in cvciy variety Drapery and Lambrcqulncs of every description made to order. Carved and polished window cornices nc.uly made and arranged. Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mu. sicai Boxes, etc. Thcflncst French and varnished pol. ishing done In the Kingdom. Carpets, Oilcloth nnu matting cut and laid at short, notice. All work guaranteed and done on the most reasonable terms. 3G1 ly FRANK GERTZ HAS JUST RECEIVED Per bark Kalakaua A Splendid Stock of New riiM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 April 1883

$ AILY s TIN Vol. II. 2To. 381. HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1883. 8UB80RIPTION 60 CENTS PER MONTH. THE . IS I J 1 j 1 j IHj v -.- J 1 THE DAILY BULLETIN v WALTER HILL, Proprietor. ' Is published every morning and circu. Intcd 'throughout tho town by carriers, nndi'forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - GO cenls per Month. G. OAnsoti Kenvox, Editor. , All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Boy No. 14. Telephone 200. Ofllre, .... tyiccn Mtrcet, Oppoalto Wjst'e Carrirtgo Factory. .T. Q. Cleviok. Manager RULES OF THE SEA. Stcnmors meeting fair on end, Three lights'opcn, masts in one, In bucIi a caso have nought to fear, Each ports her helm and passes clear. If on your starboard b'ow or beam, A steamer's red port light should gleam, Be prompt to act without delay, Yours Is the ship that must give way. To every ves'scl under sail, A steamer gives way, without fail, Unless a case comes into view, Of a Bailin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 April 1883

?4 W v t I. V if. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. taonmNa. Large Credit Sale, by Mr. E. P. Adams, nl Tlico. II. Dnvics & Co's. at 10 o'clock. AFTERNOON Hand alliinnm Square, at 1:30 EVENING. Gospel Temperance Meeting at Bethel, at 7:30. Dedicatory Services of the new building of ihu Y. M. C. A. at 7:30. TO-MORROW. Bethel Sunday School, at 9:-15. Fort St. Church S. S. at 0:15. Catholic Church, English Sermon, at 10 a. m. St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10. Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11 Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cru zan, morning and evening. St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rt. Rev. Bibliop Willis, morning, and Rev. G. "Wallace in evening. Bible Class at Fort St. Church V.stry, at 3:15. THE GLEANERS' SOCIETY held their annual entertainment in the parlors of Fort street Church on Thursday evening. According to promise the entertainment begun punctually at 7 o'clock by a very pretty piano duct by Miss IT. Dick son and II. Ilillebrand. Then came a recitation by Mrs. W. Hopper, whi...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 April 1883

nyy-'H T'wrlwy " aw v f -. ' WW KiAf fc? iW m &.. TELEPHONIC. Dlmnnd lluml, Alrll 81, 0:50 a.m. Strong Eusfuily wind, Nothing in sight ARRIVALS. April 20 Turn J C Foul from San Francisco. i?clir,J lihujiiii, fioin Waialua April 21 Slim Iwalani from winilwaul poits Stmr Kilnuea lion from Knliulni Schr Ncttio Mori ill from l.altiiitin Schr l'auuhi from llamakjm ScUrvKaicliu ftom JHonoinu DEPARTURES April 20 Stmr Waimatialo for Wainianalo Solir (,'ntci ilia for Ilanaloi Solir Mniiuokauni for Kuloa Vt-SSELS'LEAVING THIS DAY Br s.s. Glunclg for Victoria IJ. C. Schr Uilama for Hnmtlei Schr M.Uol'o for tlnkalau PASSENGkRS. From San Francisco, per J C Ford, April 20 Dr Run sou, F Clicsman. From wlnwnnl port per Twalarii, April-21 PC Jones jr. ,Mia M D Kinney, J F Molvonziu, W II D.i'is and wife, Mr MaoCuiiiber, CO dock. From Kaliuhii per Kilnuea llou, April ;Jl Mrs E Charratt, Mrs Porter, G Williams, Hon J V ltalua and wife, L'H Stolz, Prof Alexander, S'll iiaulscy, CTfcilvn, Mis Crowin...

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

pp- . ,"i7;',,5WpvTP"V ""fff ' 'T9f -fpillf k .V -r II I Ml j& I I fr P S3 fa Hfe- A NEW DEPARTURE ! WILLIAM MILLER O u. 1 i u e t m a lc e 1 Anil Upholsterer, No. 03 Hotel sticct, Opposite International Hotel, BUwccn Nuunnu and Fort streets. THE public - ill plcnse take notice that I have just opened in the above premises ami ns I am a thorough prac tical mechanic in my line of business having done sonic of the finest work at the Palace and other residences in Hono lulu recently would therefore most re spectfully solicit a call from the com munity. Flnj upholstered work in cvei y vai lety Drapeiy and Lambrcquiues of every description made to order. Carved and polished window cornices neatly made and arranged. Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mu sical Boxes, etc- The finest French and varnished pol ishlngdonc in the Kingdom. CarpctM, Oil-cloth and matting cut and laid at short notice. All work guaranteed and done on the most reasonable terms. 304 ly NEW G-OODS ! Per City of New Y...

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

IN-' "Vol. II. No. 382. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1883. 8UD30RIPTION CO CENT8 PER MONTH. " ; '-& f sm sr-ft it ,4v IVi $ :kife . M',p T -j 7.' . ; JV,. BV -.1, 1(1 ,t .. fadoft XVEffiatiSsiA THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and eircu latcd throughout tho town by carriers, and fnrwnrdcd to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. G. Carson Kenton, Editor. All business communications to bo ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post OlUco Dox No. 14. Telephone 250. Oflloc, .... Queen Mtrect, Opposite West's Carilugo Factory. T. O. Ci.F.vioii, Manager A SOFT BET. LastiSaturtlay one of the mounted policemen in 'the Park was aroused from bis contemplation of the end less string of swell turnouts that jogged past by the approach of a light' covered wagon, driven at a furious and altogether illegal rate of speed. "Houldon! Sthop, there!" shouted the club cavalryman, trying to head off tho wagon, the driver of...

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

-rv IFK iWip W1 fviir tv fPH. f T'HfilLflWt' (. r t-t f I w ' MONDAY, APKIL 2.'), 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNINO. JMecUng of slmrclioldeis of Star 31111 Co. at olllcc ol'W. G. Irwin & Co., at 10 o'clock. EVENING. Algaroba Lodge, at 7:30. Harmony Lodge, l.O.O.F. 7:30 A TRIBUTE OP HONOR was. paid to the late Associate Jus tice Robertson ou Saturday morn ing by the Supreme Court, its ofllc era and the Bar, by unveiling liis portrait and having it hung in the Supreme Coin t room. Man visitors and others anxious to do honor to the memory of the late Judge were present, and a good ly number of Hawaiian aud foreign members of the Bar. His Majesty the King sat on the Bench to the right of Chief Justice A. F. Judd, who was supported on the left by Mr. Justice Austin. After the Court had been formally opened by Marshal Parke, the Chief Justice asked him to unveil the pic ture. He then rose aud made a few remai ks of the following tenor: ' "Your Majesty, biethrcn and gentlcmeu: I think w...

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

i. ;. "- $& WK-W m i iv ' i W TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, April 23, 0:30 a.m. C ilm ill channel Nothing in sight ARRIVALS. April 21 Sttnr Lcluui from Mnui Stinr,Nyiina&iilo from Wniniiuialo Sclir Wnilulo fiom Mnliko Apiil 22 Stun Likelike from windward ports Bk Moravian from Newcastle Turn Lena Sttcascy from Humboldt Stun- C. It Bishop from Kauai , ., UEPARTURE8 Aplll 20 Sclir Nettle Meiricl for Lnlinina Schr l'auahi for Oknla VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Sclir Uilama for Hanalci Sclir Malolo for Iiuktiliui Stmr Kihiuca Hon for Knhului Stmr Mukolii for Koolau Schr ithukai for "Waialua PASSENGfcRS. From windward ports per Likelike April 22 Gov Dominis, Gabt' Spen cer, Major Kinimaka, M Louis, A B Scrimgeour, J Ptirdy and wife, D F Sandford, G Brown, 11 Hind, J L Blaisdcll, D R Vida, G It EvartsJ B Butler, wife and child, J L Smith, Col Judd, G Itichanlson, W Cuni mings, J A Palmer, II Luscomb, II Toeunies, Mrs Cummings nmlchild, P N Makce, wife and child, Hon A Fornanbcr, Capt Taylo...

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

vwv fiA'mXtW nwrt 1 v ,.. " ' -- ' m, A NEW DEPARTURE t WILLIAM MILLER C3 n l i xi e t in at 1 c v Anl Ti!uNiifer. No. 0.1 Hotel treel, Opposilu luturunllnnnl Unlet, Bitwecn Xuunnu ntul 1'ort streets. rPllE public -w. ill plrae lake notice X tlint I hnejut opened In the ulxnc piemltci, mid n. I urn u llunougli pine ticnl mechanic In my line of business having done voinc ol the finest work at the Palace and othei re-ldencci In Hono lulu mcently would thciefoio mostic xpeut fully solicit u cull fiom the coin, inunitv. ' Flii'j upholstered w oik in cvciy variety Tlinpery and Lnmbrequiucs of cciy description made to order. Carved and polished window cornices neatly made and arranged. , Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mu. hic.il Boxes, etc. The illicit French and varnished pol ishing done in the Kingdom. Carpets, Oil cloth and matting cut and laid nt short not ire. All work guaranteed and done on the most reasonable tei ins. !101 ly NEW G-OODS ! Per City oi New York, fiom Sydney, Portman...

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

Ail DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. tfo. 383. HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, APRIL 2d, 1883. SUQSOniPTION GO 0ENT8 PER MONTH. THE Ik mem THE 'DAILY BULLETIN SALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and circu. latcd throughout tho town bycairlcrs, and Forwarded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription' ... GO cents per Month. GCahson Kenvon, Editor. , All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, (Pott Olllcc Box No. 14. Telephoho 250. Ofllrc, .... qnocn Mtrcnt, Opposite West's Carriage tfactofj. ' .T.'O. Clkvioh, Manager A contributor sends us a capital story of the ingenuity exercised by a litile boy, in calling attention to his first pair of new boots: The little fellow would draw up his pantaloons and display the whole of his boots; then walk up and down tho room, with eyes now upon the shining leather, and now upon a friend of his father who was present; but it was a bootless effort. At length, however, ho succeeded. Sitting in front of both...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 April 1883

tM jtu WW - , S k f t 5 r r- "rn. W. A. 8. HEALS will, on ami IyJL after this dale, collect nil nccounh duu Tun Daily Buii.etin Onlce. Mr. .lo-reph Stuart having lesigncil ou account ol' ill health. Daily Bum.1i.tin Office, Honolulu, April 21th, 1S3X Ite lailji Hjullciiii, TUESDAY, APRIL 2-1, 1883. THIS PAY'S DOINGS. EVENING. Excelsior Lculgc, 1.0.0.1'., 7:30. Bible Class nt Lyceum nt 7 :.'10. FULL PARTICULARS ok -run SHOOTING CASE AT HILO. Some time ago two young men at Ililo, named Caspar and Bennett, informed on five different persons for selling liquor without n license. The eases were all tried on the siimc clay and two of them were discharg ed. This caused bud feeling amongst a certain class of men at Ililo against these two. They were indicted for perjury, but were acquitted. Every species of personal annoyance was resorted to against them, and the night before the shooting a notice headed with a death's head and cross-bones warning them to leave the town was posted. They too...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 April 1883

tf Hi ,1 vi JA- ? f v. if 1 IS, ti :8? -K' - .2 $ A- - ,', S 1. 1 - F h Hk ! V. k !&.- TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, April 21, 0:30 a.m. Light E.jMihI . ' No.hinjr in sight ARRIVALS. Aptil 23 Stmr James Makco from Kntui ' Kj UEPARTURES Apiil 28 Sclir Malolo for Iluknlnu Stnir Kilnuca Hon Cor Knliului Stmr Mokolii for Koolau Schr Ehukai for Wuialua VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Likclikc for wind ward ports. Stmr Lchiui for Molokai. Stmr C It liiihop for Kauai. Schr Wnilele for Mnliko. Schr Uilaina for Kohnln Uk Elinor Vernon for Pugct Sound liktnc Kitsap for Port 'fownsend , Stmr Waiinanalo for Waimanalo ' PASSENGcRS. From Maui and Molokai perLchua April 21 L 'I Kaiama aud wife, 5 lepers and 28 deck. From Kaui per C It Bishop Api il 22 A Cropp, A Draier, T Lcedwood T McNulty, J Mulum and wife, 2 Chinese and -10 deck. From Kauai per James Makeo April 2!J Capt Ilurbig, Licuh B on Plebsen, Suh-Licnt Braun, Dr. Moehring, -Rev, Mr. Niiuck, J C Glade, Kcv. It Wainwright, It M Macfic, It M B...

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

-v , -''4" ft f t 4' Wi1 . jtq&i ltfv go aifciBtwi)- --ji Aj.iMiiha juiji. ii"j w r VFlnfl ' t !. i TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1883. Pails arc now lnndc of straw. Wc wonder if Hint's where all the "stmw bail" goes to, of wh'ch we hear so much? "A woman's tongue is her sword, and she does not let it rust," said tic proverb. "A woman's tongue ii her swoid, and she docs not let it rest," set up the type setter. T.icio aic some type setters who li wc been nun ricd so long that they don't caio how inelegantly a do mestic proverb may bo shaped. What he would take: "We're go ing to have some amateur theatricals for the benefit of our society," said 'B;own; "do you think that Biggs would take a pait if it was offered him?" "Biggs take u part! " ex claimed Fogg; "guess you don't know Biggs. No, sir, he wouldn't take a pan; he'd want the whole or nothing. Nothing half -way about Biggs." t The shape of the 'new British man-of-war Mars is so peculiar that her kacl cannot be laid in any of the usual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 April 1883

THE DAILY" BULLETIN Vol. II. No. 381. HONOLULU, II. L, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 8S3. SUBSCRIPTION 60 CENTS PER MONTH. 1 THE. DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and clrcu. lntcd throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 60 cents per Month. G. Cajison Kkkvon, Editor. All-business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 850. omcc queen Street, Opposite WcelV Carrlngo Factory. .1. O. Clkviok. Manager ECCENTRICITIES OF ELECTRICITY. The Philadelphia Press say s: " A gcntlcmnit loaning against one of the iron pillars in Doouer's Cafe, u few evenings ago, was observed to pitch suddenly forward, nnd ncaily fall on the nimble floor. He turned very pale, and looked about him to see whether his involuntary action had been noticed. It did- not appear to have been, and lie walked back to the pillar and examined it critically. Then lie walked around it and lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 April 1883

I 1 t I: V v 'I If? 5a r Ik? AT It. "VV, A. S. BEA1.S will, on mil Xx alter tills date, eollict nil account duuTuu Daily liui.i.iitN UIUoc. Mr. Joseph Stuart having icsigned 01 nccouut ul 111 liuillh. Daily Bulletin Office, Honolulu, April S4ih. 1831. $fo foitlg lnlUlht "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. EVEN1NQ. Oalitt Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30. Bethel Prayer Meeting, at 7 :30. Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting at 7:30. St. Andrew's Cathedral, usua' services, at 7 :30. DEDICATORY SERVICES were held in the Y. M. C. A. build ing on Saturday night. The wlioli of the .rooms were lighted and tin own open, except the unfinished gymnasium room down-stairs. Tin public were Invited to walk up tin broad stair-case and enter the assem bly room, where scats had been pro vided for 400. Round the walls? were hung those volcano pictures, by Mr. Furncau.v, which we have before described. At the end of the loom was a dais on which weic seat ed the President, Chief-Justice Judd, the late ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 April 1883

X - V 4j ir . TELEPHONIC. I Dimond Head, April US, 0:30 a.m Light E. Wind Nothing in siirlit ARRIVALS. April 21 Schr Knluna from Alaliko Stmr WalmaiUilo from Wmmanalo Sclir Kckauluohi from Hnualci . .. UEPARTURES Apiil24 Stmr Likcliko for wind ward ports. Stmr Lpluia for Molokal. Stmr C II Bishop for Kauai. Schr Uiinma for Kohala Bktnc Kitsap forPort Townscnd Stmr Waimanalo for Waiinanalo VESSELSLEAVINGTHIS DAY Stmr Glonelg for Victoria Stmr Iwalani for windward ports Stmr JasrMr.kec for Kauai Schr Wtvllele for l'uukua Sclir Nettie Merrill for Lahuina Bktnc Elinor Vernon for Victoria PASSENGhRS. For Maui and Molokai per Lehua, April 21 A Blake, M Lewis, G W Claike, Mrs M King, ami G5 deck For windward polls per Likcliko, April 2 I Kcv R W'ainwright, Rev. S C Damon; T II Davies, J W Ka lua and wife, Capt Taylor, C.ipt T Spencer, Mrs Desha and child, J A Hopper, Miss Lowers, E C Macfur laneMrs Hastings, Miss Makee, T C Forsyth, A McKay, Mrs Kitkwood II L Toenuis, T Conradt, Mrs C Bruc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 April 1883

' if f I 1 r r W Tjri Us8" lhiMJli -X": -i;j--"h WEDNESDAY, Al'KIL 25, 1883. No attorneys o.sisloil in Japan fif teen years ago, but there arc now 997 of that fraternity in full practice in the empire. The victims assert that if there were three more there would be exactly 1000 too many. A Pitttsburg girl, who had refused a goodlooklng telegraph-repair matt three times within six mouths, gave as a reason that he was too much of a wanderer. That ho wandered from pole to pole, from one clime to an other, and if he did come home he'd be insulate that the neighbors would be sure to talk. Among the odd professions in In dia thcro are over 3000 professional acrobats, 1100 actors, 3000 ballad singers, 146 curers by incantations, 33 gamblers 9? snake charmers, 50 matchmakers, only 4 poets, but 10, 000 singers and dancers, 4 story-tellers and only 7 thieves and about 40, 000 money-lenders. There are over 7,500,000 tillers of tho soil and the landholders number nearly 10,000. The prophet wlTo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 April 1883

$ . THE DA.IL Y BULL ETTN 'Vol. II. To. !J8i". HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1SSII. SUBSCRIPTION GO CENTS PER MONTH. Rtf- ' 1, m'V. tii ) ' sf" i 4 V I- MB i l.s mi inwuhT'i THE DAILY BULLETIN , WALTER HILL, Proprietor. i - , Is puhllhed every morning ami elrcti. hded thioushnut the town toy mirier, and forwarded to the other I'slauds by every opportunity. Subscription, - 50 cents per Month G. C.vitsoN Kunvon, Editor. All business communications to toe ml dtesscd, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Olllee Box No. 14. Teleplionc 250. Olllft tuecn Street, Oppoltu Wcefp Cairlngo Pacini). T. G. Cixvioh. Manager ALONE ON THE SEA. ' lknitird Gilfoy, a ntitivc of Buffa lo, New York, left this port on Au gust ID, 1882, for Australia, in a dory eighteen feet Ions, six feet beam, a depth.of two feet six inches, and a register of two tons, with the inten tion of crowing the Pacific alone. The Pacific for Mich the little boat wh called was covered, with the exception of two hatches, one amid ...

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