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

i$&rrt S3? xv3 i . i t V i 1 Notice, MR.-'W. A. S. REALS will, On nnc nflcr thli dati', collect all account duuTiiK Daily Uum.khn Office. Mr. Joseph Stuart having leslgncd 01 iicuouut iH ill health. DaHjY-Dum.utis Office, Honolulu, April !!4ih, 1881. 4$he $ailu nlleliti "THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 188.1. THI8 DAY'S DOINGS. EVENING. I. 0. O. F. Anniversary Colobra tion, at 7 :30. Hawaiian Council. Ko. G8U, 7:il0. Special business meeting Y. M. C. A. at 7:30. Ladies' Benevolent Society, An nual Meeting. THE LIBEL OASE. Monday, April 23 Before It. F. Bickerlon, Rex vs. J. Ut Knwainiii and B. W. Kawaimii. Mr. John Russell for the prosecution ; Mr. S. B. Dole and Mr. W. O. Smith for the defence. The charge in this case was libel in the 2nd degree. The defendants arc tho proprietors and publishers of the Pac Ainu,, a newspaper published in tlio native language. They ad mitted the publication of sin article entitled, "Our Deputy-Sheriff. Wai luku," and also that John Richard son was Deputy-Sh...

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. — 26 April 1883

W., &k) rv L TELEPHONIC. lMmbnd Ueail, April 20, 0:80 a.m. Light Ek Wind Seiir .lentiiu olV poit. ' ARRIVALS. April 2j Schr Ktipiolani fiom AViiinnno Kclir Hnleak'ula lloin l'cpctdcco Solir Minion from KtiUtiilmclo Solir Miuy K. Foster lioin Kolo.a , Utr-AHIUKES April 2o Stmr Glcnul"; for Victoiiu t HUnt Iwnlnni for wlnrtwnrd poits Stmr Jus. Mr.kcu for Kauai Selir Wnilclc for Paitkua Solir Nettie Merrill for Lnlininii Bktno Elinor Vernon for Victoria Schr Wnieliu fol I'nukua Schr Uilamn. for Kohiila VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Schr Koknuluolii for Hanalci H I G M'b Lcipsie fdr Yokohama Solir Piitialu for Ookaln. PASSENGERS. For Koua and Kau per iwnltim April 25. F C llopkc, Ainnlin. Glas, L R' Macornbcr, B L Lug,) J L Smith, G It Burnt, II Frnzer, G A Richardson, L J Small, J II Lynch, D R Vida, and 33 decks. For Kauai per Jna Makcc, April 25 J Spencer, G & L Titcomb. 2 Miss Titcomb, R M Buchanan, II EMredgc, and oo deck. VESSELS IN PORT. H. I. K. M's NnjicMlnik H. I. Q. M'o Lc...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 April 1883

("MR " &" v ' -JL ti.epu i''tWALL PAPER! ESPECIAL NOTICE. Kv Sn:i!Mf.n"Sui:,'' 40 ;- :---; ' ii"r . t I t : 1 1 i'lr K t TIH'ltSDAY, APlllL M, 18S. Tlic fc'nn Antonio JSvcnimf JJijht Miys; It is aslonHiing how ninny noinon uic in tho Imbit of whistling. Whittling is prueliced by at least tlneo of every live ladies nntlur twen ty years of ago, two of every live be tween twenty and thirty, and one of every ten past thirty. Unee upon a time, as they hay in story book1., a girl wlio Alii.tlcd was coiifeideiod a ' Aery naughty gill indeed, and was It owned down by ladies of riper year, and was often put in Coventry by quondam aoeiate of her own age, but now the whistling gill is not at all singular in any circle of society. .Shu may" not often 'bo ncen whisling, but if one 'will but lMon when wait ing for his fair dulcinea to arrange her toilet preparatory to a visit to tho ball or theater, he may hear low notes coining from little red lips puckered up as temptingly as ever they weie...

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. — 27 April 1883

Bppp wrw "HP"Twsp." L v"jfwp- -. f1ll MS 'V THE DAILY 'BULLETIN Vol. It. No. 380. HONOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY, APJKIL 27, 1833. sun8cmpTioN 60 0ENT8 PER MONTHl Kf'i W.N. 1 , . Sfc ! i '.'&. mv MSfr t& i? .-s ' '4 tiWi IKT-Sr 5- S" Igtif'v ' P&- ij s& ' V" i I" If' Bar ' f THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and olrou luted throughout tho town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 Cents por Month. G. CAhsom Kenton, Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Tost Onicc Box No. 14. Telephone 250. onire lncen Htrcct, Opposllo West's Csrrlngo Factory. .1. G. Clkviok. Manager THE BOARDERS DID NOT COMPLAIN. ' A milkman borne time fcinec secured a customer whom he soon discovered meant to pay in promised, but he realized that if he quit serving Iter he .stood no chance of collecting the debt already contracted. Ho there fore planned to oblige her to dismiss hi...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 April 1883

,t s nr '" "" & amw r- f v"',,?r" Br:" -w rH 1 mpOW.fr m tMJ'r tit I I ft' iff Notice, "X.TU. TV. S. UEA1.S will, on and ltJL nfter this date, collect nil aecounU due The Daily Bui.mvun Ofllcc. Mr. Joseph Stuart having lcblgnul on nccuuut ot ill health. Daily Bui.i.utin Oillco, "Honolulu, April 2 1th, 1881. fy $ lnile(tt FRIDAY, APRIL 'J7, 188a. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNINQ. Regular Cash Ksalo at Sales Jinum of Joyous & Lb oy, ut 10 o'clock. AFTERNOON Ladies' Prayer Meeting, "Fort St. Church, at 3 o'clock. CVENINO. Special Meeting Boys' Heading lt.joui Association, at 7:30. Imp. Order of Red Men, sit 7-:30. 'MorniiHrStar Lodtrc, lv. of J. 7 :."0. Musicaf Society, Practice, 7:30. huciul at Alias liro.e's, at 7:30. THE POST-OPFICE, under the able and enermelic niau- ngcmcul of its new P.M.G., Mr. II. M. Whitney, has ceitainly taken vigorous fctrides of improvement. The chief amongst these is that the Domestic Money Order system is at last complete, and will come into opera tiou ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 April 1883

t tf' L-. 7 1 J v i ) 'cst ?f H1 fte a JsS & i r 1 k "ffi if i I . i J ft' - in. TELEPHONIC. Dlmnnd jlcnd) Apfll 27, G:80 n.tn. Light IS. .Wind Nothing In biirhl. ARRIVALS. Apiil2G Schr .Icnnio from Kuitni ,Schr Lenlli from Kolinlnlulc Schr Wnimalti from Kuhaln .Stuir Wuiinatuilo finin Waiinnnnlo Sulir Ehukui from Kmuil " Sulir Mile Moi ril f rum Molokni Sulir K,aiiJke.uouU ftoiu llonokna ,,v tSEPAnfURES April 2G Sulir Kekuultiohi for Hannlo'i 11 I G M'. Leipsio for Yokohama Schr Rtunhi for Ooknta VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Bktnc J. A. Falkiillim'Ef for S. F. Bktnc W. II. Dimoiitl for S. F. Schr Mm ifau' for KAikttihaole Schr Mary E. Foster for Kolo.i Sulir Jennie for Naiviliwili VESSELS IN PORT. K. 1..H. M's Xajicsdnik Stmv Madia, Bradley Bk Janet Com t, BkC. It. Lihll),Wollcn,.f - ' Bkl) C Murray, ll.mlngton Bk II W Almy, rieBinnu . , Bk Llzie M.ish.ill, Bk Mouvla" i - V Bklnc W II Dlmoiid.lloudlult Bkttic Eureka, Leu Dktnu.T. A. Fnlkcnburg, Goodman Bkluo Ella, Tern Eva, Wlkinnn...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 April 1883

'TW - 'V Iff "nr- & fH; X Sfr &2 ' VTV- gr - , . .iMi.mj i MKtjaa up t yak. ltc uilif Ignllctiit FRIDAY, AMtIL 27, 1881). Snitl a funnel', -who was given to long thinks, to n in oilier ngiicnl lurist. "Whnt bleed of cattle would von tulvise nic to adopt V" "Short iioins," was the significant reply. A century since the Hawaiinns weio s!ingcs and cannibals. Now they use the telephone, have bank defaulters, suppoi t gambling estab lishments, and show other evidences of Chiistian enlightenment and mo dern civilization. Aroi Herald. They have a nice old lady in South Hoslon of the genuine Partingtonian ariety. She recently alluded to the Illness of a fiiend with "You sec he had digestion of the lungs, and then il settled into ammonia." Som. Journal. The New York Commercial Ad vertiser says there is a beggar in "Washington who stammers so much that it takes him several minutes to ask for a "c-c-c-c-c-cent." As it may take several hours to get one, he is a fool to w aste so much ti...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 April 1883

ff&W T 1 .f " HfT k t t wmr& TWfc I -f j - NWW-c W y fn. TIN J H H. 13 A JUL x ? Vol. II. No. 387. HONOLULU, II. I., SATUKDAY, APIUL 28, 1883. 8UD8CniPTION GO 0ENT8 PER MONTH. tvcifafr m in J E n y - f $ E j3 kj 1 jJLjJIjJ 1 . jnr ,&V SSt?j era- s-'u'. teTi fru II1P . J-ffe mi IV V THE DAILY BULLETIN ! WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published tsvery morning nnd clrcu. luted throughout tho town by carriers, and forwarded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. G. Oahbok Kkxvox, Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Dully Bulletin, Post Oillcc Box No. 14. Telephone 250. OJUoc, .... qiipon Street, Dlipoelto Weal's Carringo Fact'irjr. .T. G. Ci.kviou. Manager FORETOLD IN A DREAM. , Sunday night Jesse A. Beard of this' city dreamed that his brother, T. J. Beard, of Chambers county, Ala., visited him and upon being asked how things were tit home, told him that the family were all well, but that some thief had set fire t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 April 1883

tfifc V(0v ft 6.S, he jjpailji Ijulldii SATURDAY, APRIL- 28, 1883. " THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies m 1 'Children, from 9 io 11. Mr. K. 1'. Adams will sell at Sales Ri in nl 10 o'clock, Assignees' Snk of Dry C4ooils, isle. AFTERNOON Band at Emma Square, at I :J10 EVENING. Gospel Temperance. Meeting nl Bethel, at 7;y). Concert at Music Hall, at 7:tf0. Gymnasium Ekeieis.cs, at 7:30. TO-MORROW. Bethel Sunday School, tit 0:15. Fort St. Church S. S. tit 1) :!. S(. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10. Bethel. Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11 Fort SI. Church, Rev. J. A. Cru znn, morning and evening. St. Andrews' Cathedral. III. Rev. Bishop Willis, morning, and Kcv. G. Wallace in evening. Praise and Thanksgiving Services Y. M. C. A. Building, at :i p. in. Bible Class at Fort St. Church Vc3trv. at 3: 15. THE S B. EHRENFELS, Captain A. Fisher, arrived off port yesterday morning, and by 11 o'clock was inside the harbor. She liriugs 780 passengers, of whom 30 juc under 12 months old an...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 April 1883

MBS?' .- 7V "'VfCfTipfVrTVr.i 'V jr- fr "f'r'SP!! - v "(P-S " fRIW fFv-I ','? f;i - lo miuHwwiwiL.mi wail iw wp TELEPHONIC. Dlmond UcnJ.ApMl 28, 0:30 a.m Light E. Wind t V , . Sohr Gen Sigul 8 miles off i. "arrivals. April 27 Sohr Mamiokawai from Koloa SchrJVIol Kciki from Molokai Stinr fchrcnlcls from Hreincn ydir Ltika from Kohaln Ntinr Li'luiii from Mtiui and Mulokn Hohr Ivulamuntt from Ooknl.i Stinr Kilauca Hourfroiu Kalitiliti Suh&A.Ictifyo front htoolau , DEPARTURES April 27 Bktnu V. II. Diuioud for S. F. Suhr Marion for lCtikulliaelo Sohr. (Jennie foivNawiliwili H.I.G.M.S. Luip-du for Yokohama VESSELS LEAVING. THIS DAY Sohr'Il'nlcakala'fdi-Hilo Bktno J. At Ftilklnluirg for S. F. Bjrtnc V. II. Moyor for S..F. , , Sehr Mary K Foster for Kauai Suhr Mamiokawai for Waiiunoa t i - MMMMM PASSENGhRS. For San Francisco,, puhW. II. Di-j moml April 27 M Davis, wife 'Mas ter Davis and servant, F lleitcnker, 11 V Brunhan, Mrs Johmon & child, O C Swan, 'J Jul'iy, E R'Undcrw6oc1, an...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 April 1883

l - . ti 1 " - mfc iinWw iiumfiliiiM i -'mill jwoKisaifttfst JusiiL.'MMltf "VhlMMiiiilltoinMn iMIrfiiOT f Trfl TfilW hlMHJ mm 1 H- , w SATURDAY, APHIL 28, 1883. K. A. .Sothcrn. the celebrated "Lord Dumltciiry." was invited to two houses in one evening. One was u party of eiiteitiiinnient "grown-ups," tho other of children. Sothcrn consiclcied it would be u capital joke if he entered the di swing-room full of children on nil-fours and pretended to be n benr. "When the footman announced Mr. Sothem, the actor carried out his intention, to the no small amazement of the assembled guests. 'He had mixed up the two houses and found himself in the center of wonder stricken "grown-ups." Sothcrn gave u dinner-party one evening to about a dozen men. One of the guests, whom we will call Thompson, w as late. They had just sat down to their soup, when a loud ring announ ced the arrival of the late Mr. Thompson. Sothcrn hastily ex claimed, "Let us all get under the table. Fancy Thompson's surpiise ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 April 1883

' "T MWWt"jRPV'' )i ppP,1' JWW DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. No. 388. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, APR CD 30, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION CO CENTS PER MONTH. THE v K 4 t tffi THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTE& HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning nnd clrcu. lntod throughout tho town by carriers, and forwarded to tho other Inlands by every opportunity. SubterlMlon, BO cenli per Month. J. Carbos Kekyok, Editor. All business communications to be nd- dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 350. OIRee, - - - Qnrea Street, Oppoilta Weil's Carringo Fwtory. T. G. Clkviok, Manager A lady residing' in thta village, the mother of a bright little boy, was talking to him the other night, just as she was putting him to bed, about the elRcacy of prayer, nnd told him that if he' would .ask God for anything thnt he particularly desired she had no doubt his request would be granted. The little fellow knelt at his mother's knee and prayed God to send him lift)' little sisters and one hundr...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 April 1883

(lipSt spffW fMm ?i.$ b f. licllailii iSMttllctui, iHl)AY, Al'ltIL no, 'ISM. k "THIS'DAY'S DOINGS. " " MORNINO. Mes9f Lyons iV- Levey will Well IT mschyld "Kiinitrnt, etc., at 10 oMoelc, :it Ao. UH Foil btiect. FTERHOON C.ilhedinHiiiildtiig Com. at Cham ber of Coinuieuo Kmtiil, tit -4 c ENING. Algtuolia Lodge, :it V:.'!0. llunnonv Lodge. I.O.O.K. 7:.')0 TUB COtfUEKT On Saturday evening was well at tended by the heller daises ilmoim us,, hut the gallery and balcony ueio neaily empty. As a rendition o! beautiful music it was a complete success ; but the amount cleared will only he about S15J. ' Miss MiclueU and her biolller gained a splendid success. Unr full repoit will appear to-nionow. T t'A TREAT IN STORE. Our readers will lake especial pains not to forget that in to-mor-iow's issue we will give tliem an opportunity of leading the nti iiounceineals that Mevn-.. G. W. !Miicra'!nuu .. Co. make in lcfercnce to the immciiso quantilu.-. ol goods, of splendid vaiiet srnl uahl," that the...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 April 1883

... ...,..& $foj Iin.i S''i. .! - - " ftl WW " 1.1? . fe : ft Hi? tiUt . . -' If v ft Pw- K K mt &,t7 tw . 't "R Sk'' K1 J, ;' ! i,? f. Tv w 1 v, 1 ' . J TELEPHONICt. v DlmnnihUea 1 April 00, 0i!0 a m. Calm in ch'anncl Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Apiil 28 Soliiluiiiiib Y'ujkcr fioin IVpockuo Selu Kitnlii fioin ileum Split Kliukni Itotn Wainlua .Solir AVninli ftotn l'naiiliau.i. Anil 2!l Stinr JJKiliku fom windwnid potts .Sclir Mann fi oiii ,S,S Islands Sclir Lihollliu iroin Kiikuili.iulo IJEPARTURES ApiH 28 llkttiu J. AvKalkiiibur&for SoF.i t ltne V,.ll. Meyer for S. F. it SulviMtiiiH)kmw8fr-Viiiiiinca ' VESSELS, LEAVING, THIS DAY StinrO,'K)lilslwpfokmmt ' Stttir rieliun for Matti & Molokal Sclir Mary E Foster for. Koloil Rtmr Kilutica Hon for Knliului Sclir Louhi for Koholalclc' " Sclir Luka for Kuhala' Sclir KUjamnpu fdrjOokala ' ( Sthr Kmukcaolili for Ilonokaa Sclir AVaimnlii for Onornea Sclir Jennie Wnlkei' for,rapaikou r.t Sola- EliukaJ 'for AVaiahia-vt Sclir Il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 April 1883

:.ffe w It s $ Ac- !i -hi. V'V c OJ. Mb? lWm if K.w $l Ipailu 1ullt(ii, MONDAY, APHIL 30, 188.1. A PROVIDENT ENGLISHMAN. An affable, though somowlml desic cated, American was on his way, the other day, to the city of Boston, lie had, with that thrifty forethought of his nation, bucured ii lower berth, and was meditating upon the wisdom of gathering Ills body behind the cur tains wjlten he was accosted by nn KngUshmnnJn a tweed suit. The Englishman was of an ample presence, and had the air of one who had been pusttircd on mutton chops all his life. "You will excuse mo," said he of the tweed Hiiit, "but am I right in supposing that von have the lower berth?" "You bet your life," replied the other. "My sister," wild the owner of the tweed suit, "has the upper berth, which is deuced awkward, you know. The fact is," added the Englishman, with frank urbanity, "it's unplcstsant for ladies to climb up past a man in a lower berth. Now, might I ask you, sir, to do me the extreme favor of occu...

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. — 1 May 1883

w f " if THE DAILY TIN M Vol. II. S"o. 389. HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. i 1 .i '! gf THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. published every morning and circu. Iftted throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded io tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, SO eanti per Month. ' S. Carson Kenton, Editor. All b unities communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofltce, - Qneen Mtreet, OppoilU.Weit't Carrlngo Factory. .T. Q. Ci.Kvion, Manager POSTAL MONEY ORDERS. ARRANGEMENT HAVING BEEN completed for tho issuing of do. mestte POSTAL MONEY OHDJ5H8 by the Post Office Dcpnrtmunt, notice is gi von that from and after MAY 1st, money orders' will be issued! at, and can bo drawn on, cither of the following named post offices: Honolulu Oahu Lnlfnln'a Maui Wailuku " Kahului " Hilo Hawaii Kohala 4.... " Waiohlnu " Honokaa " Wnimca "" Kcalakekua " Lihuc Knuai Koloa " At any of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 May 1883

jy fHwyvv r? HWUgif v $m3 ; 4'r t P c? i S3 RX w w i " Tt 1 " TUESDAY! AY 1, 1883. THl DAY'S 'DoiNcte. AFTERNOON "Women's Bomcl of Mission 2 :0 EVENING. Knteitninmcnt nl tho Gymnasium :.'i0 Excclsioi' Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:00. Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :1)0. A NEW DEPARTURE. Oun rcadcis -will lie glad to Irani thai .Mr. B. S. Shaw, so lung ami favorably known by his mnmi tenant of Mi. Dodd's 'bus niul iwjms system, has opened a shoeing establishment opposite Dodd's stable, on Foil died. It has lonp been a matter of giievauec la-to, not only to ownets of lior-.es but to per. sons of kindly heai is,, that the shoeing . of horses has oflui bei'ii very much neglected, and indeed often ei nelly done. These, then, will be glad to know that u gentleman of Mr. Shaw's o.pcri unco has undeitakcu to sec that no such doings will be allow oil under his con. rol', and ha- engaged the best woikman in this branch lit Honolulu. The nppli anees proided, too, are not to be found elsewhere, we believe, a...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 May 1883

irr ?o T" WV tt& t &:. few .&.- .IW Stf'- ."S .. V if -J TELEPHONIC. JMmnniWIcndjMnyl.G Light 15. M'luti ' 4 '' OiEO a.m. Nothing in tight. ARRIVALS. April 30 Schr Ki Mni from Laupalioulioe i5olff.(Jcii fsolgel froWilnnnlel Stmr Wnhnunnlo from Wninmualu. DEPARTURES w April ao Stmr C 11 lltatiop,fortKiiimi StfnJ-fLcliifa forMMjiIolokal' . Selir Mnry E Foster for Koloa Stmr Kilnucn Hon for Knhului Selir Wnimnln for Ortomcn ' .Schr Ehuknl for Wninlua SchrIftlcakfilft-for Hilo ...VESSELS. LEAVING, .THIS. DAY . - Stmr LiUeliko for windward ports Stuir.Jajtfukcc for, Nnwiliwili StihrM6kolii,fbrbl6kai " ' Tcih Eva for San Francisco Schr Lcnhi for Koholalelc " Schr Kulanianu for Ooknla Schr Lnka foV Koliala Schr Waioli for Paahaii SchrJ Jennie AValker for lnpaikou iSchf-Kriuikcaonli for'IIonokna PASSENGkRS " For-San Francisco, nor,,. I A sFnl konltcffjf April 2S Mrs 'Cblliy, Gfus Fransch; John Hallcran, .las Jenkins; Mr E J Stafford, Mis E A Stafford, Miss F B Stafford. "'FoVMSt...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 May 1883

Btf TO S -t. wmmmmammmmmtmwtmmmmmmmm mi i- 'ft l i t M4 iK 4- fa J. M. OAT, Jr., & CO. Have jut leculved ex Sue, A new lot of Blank Books, Blotting Tablets .Letter mid IVotc l'npcrM. IiiUm, 3IuoUhk. CJoltl INmih, Sio. AT.RO, A HMAMi AHiOUTMXN r OF rliue for Uoiiwci Decorating. Red Rubber Stamp Agency. t3P All orders filled pioinptly.JSJ 253 Gazette Block, No. So Merchant Street, Just Opened. ! THE NUUANU Grocery and House Furnishing KTOItK, 111 Nuuanu street, (above Ilcretnnla Bt.) U2WM0BS Imported FRESH MODS AT LOW PRICES. KeroscricOll a specialty. jyScc the Family Kerosene Oil Can, witli lock fuueet. N.B Goods delivered free of charge, mid satisfaction guaranteed, or good? 301 U Just Received, Ex Brig " Hesperian," BARRELS OF LIME QUARTER CABKS GOLDEN CITY FLOUR, . Sales ol' H.y. BOLLE3 & CO. X-IIWCIE AND Portland Cement yOK SALE BT April 13. (2M) BOLLES & CO. ar imme - Package Express. Office, No. 67 Hotel street. All kinds of Baggage and Parcels de livcrcd in all par...

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. — 2 May 1883

siIBBl-HMRPvffiTOIRP0!IMB(Hfll-HMi P3pnfn twmt.1 BULLETIN x cr Vol. II. No 390. HONOLULU, IL I., AVEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1883. BUB80MPTION 60 CENTB PER MONTH. v'7i 4WQK' TOH BR . .. jl.. .. . . . . . . . . . . v 2- THE DATCY V I- if i Tfc B? IK. IM !.-. SfHKU t--Bl. THE &AILY BULLETIN .WALTKl BILL, Proprietor. i - .'. Is published every morning and clrcu. latedfcthroughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. 8ubieriptlV ( . 10 esnts ptr Month. gSoamon Kbhton, Editor. All business communications to bs ad. dressed, Manager Bally Bulletin, Post Office Box No.'14. Telephone 258. Mre, - l t- i .-4te"Mttet, Oppoilts West's .CMrlii'iB Factory. T. G. Cinvion, Manager POSTAL MONEY ORDERS. ARRANGEMENTS HAVING BEEN completed for the issuing of do mestic. POSTAL MONEY ORDERS by the Post Oiftcc Dcpiirtmcnt, notice Is gi ven thnt from and. after MAY lFt, money orders "will bci issuedat, :and 'can be drawn on, cither of the following named post offices : H...

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