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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 June 1883

... ...... ,. , . , ,.. , ,-, i..aiita - A- JiimKtK, ' HK' 'MttyaftjnttSHK'' BHIP r-- iiib i i cwji i' 7'immFw "mem mjrmifmmm , wramf -' w "sim:?P5', .' ' .;i: I CSX - . - . ... . .. r t f?f,i' aab.-? w "X. a ; ci t . iii,!-" KHIDAY, JUNE 22, 1883. A MEDITERRANEAN MYSTERY. Tlio American brig Mary Celeste, J2(JS tona register, under the com iimiid or Captain Bob Fleming, tailed ft oin this port last week. Tun youis iigon Uritish niciclmtit man sailing the Mediterranean saw the Mary (Julesto a few miles to tho leeward with all will set, yet be having in such a manner that a sailor could sec that something wns wrong. Receiving no answer to their lin.il, they boarded her. Tlio sight that gieotcd them thoro ex cited a feeling of intenco curiosity. Every sail was set, tho tiller was lashed last, and not a rope was out of place. Everything nlow and aloft wna in nnrfnnt order. Tho iiro WOB burning quietly in tho gallery. The dinner was standing untasted and scaicely cold. The eaigo in the h...

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. — 23 June 1883

JwSRf "" vBSpkJKBfWv MffTTWl f JBfr 'F PIITffflWr iMIWniltliMMMBfttMBr' tTTT - 1 1 MMaa .. i - -.....- ..-. .. py"- 'JliifPJir" "T" THE LLETIN Vol. II. Io. J-35. HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, ,JtLE 23, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. v THE DAILY BULLETIN Professionals. V " "m TMF? r,wWM vm '!' mpp-nf '?J?' pBw D AIL Y BiJ ' MiV M&. "&r l?f IE ?' I.v i B .5& few,-, -a. V WALTER KILL, Proprietor, Is published every morning mid clicu. luted throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 80 cents per Month. &.'c.ui86.N- Kenyon, 'Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Mnnnucr Dally Bulletin, Post Olllce Box No. 14. Telephone 350. Ofllrc, .... quern Mtrvct, Opposite West's Carcltigd FnUory. .T. G. Ci.r.vion. Manager S. 31. CAUTEli. S. F.,GUAHAM. S. M. GARTER & CO. I , i c Hit King Htrcct, Honolulu, H. I. I.r.TAii. Deai.kiis in Fire "Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify the public, nd House kee...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 June 1883

wm jm- :pr -PA r" W'Wi Tm'W&3kftlir"m - -fTw J' JL ? m. M- f V ft. flit $8 igtilWiti SATUBDAY, .H'NE 23, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. (t.vuumsiuin Exercises for Ladies und 'Children fiom 9 to 11. AFTERNOON MuccuIh'. Music Hall, tit 2. Hiiml tit JCtnuui Square, at I :!tO EVENING. UctiiilHiipcr, Y.M.C.A.IIidl, 7:30 Gospel Tcmpcinnce Meeting at Hetliel, at 7:30. TO-MORROW. Hetliel .Sunday School, nM:15. Koit St. Church S. S. at!): 15. SI. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10. Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11 Fort St. Church, Kev. J. A. Cru ziin, niorning and evening. St. Andrews' Cathedral, Kev. G. "Wallace niorning, and 1U. Rev. Bish op Willis, in evening. Bible Class at Fort St. Church Vestry, at 3:15 THE Y. M. C. A. lcgular monthly meeting was held on Thursday evening in their Hall. A good number of members were in attendance. The discussion on ex tending further aid to the Chinese mission was again postponed, and the instructions to the building committee in regard to the uiiflii'mhul...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 June 1883

'f 9F W m V&i pi - Sal?! N 't i .. if If. - i. IV ? TELEPHONIC. Dlmond Head. June 23, 0:80 a.m. Light North K. wind. Sttnr C 11 Bishop off port ARRIVALS. June 22 Schr Mima froinViiimannlo Schr Kiilnmniiu from Ookalu Stmr Lchur from Muni .Stmr Mokolil from Koolnu Schr Wnioll from I'natthait Juno 23 .Stiur Iwalnni from wind ward ports DEPART URES Juno 22 ligtno Morning Star for S S Islands .Stmr Wnimnnnlo for Waimnnnlo Schr Mccf oo for Koolnu Schr Knmoi for Laitpalioelioe Schr Catorina for Hanuloi VES8ELS LEAVING THIS DAY Bk T It Foster for Port Townsend Schr Mary Alice for Molokni PASSENGtHsi For the S. S. Islands, per Bglno Morning Star, Juno 22 Mrs. A C Walknp & child, Miss L Cathcart, 11 W B Kapu & wife, Mrs. Maka, Chns. Kiuimakaloi & wife, G Hina and 9 S. S. Islanders. From Maui, &c, pe Lchua, .Juno 22nd. Mrs. and Miss Unna, Mrs. Wright, A L Thurston, 31 deck From windward ports per Iwalani Juno 23 C R Buckland, I)r M Glossman, J O Carter, ' J Russcl, "W Ebeli...

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

c EFT v if t t ffeV f J- ,-4",! m , i. SA'ITUDAY, .It'NK 'JO, 1883. 'I'lii1 rlily gill is tin1 truest till. Slu1 is what she seems ami not n sliinii tiul n piotonee. The slangy girl lias a haul job of it not to foiget her diameter. Thi' bnyy gill and t lie rapid firl me liken isu wearers of musk. Tin giily gill never liotlieis lO'out nuiiinn lights mid nonuiii n i ongs. She U siVirl anil is glad of it. She nould not he ti boy and grow up into a man and vote and go to war and puzzle her braiiw about stocks for a kingdom. She knows nothing about business and does not want to know anything about it. Her aim is to many s,onie good fellow and make lilin a.' good nife. and she geiieially succeeds in doing both. She delights in dress said everything that is pietty and is not ashamed to o.vn up that she does. She is pleased when she is admired and lets you sets that she. is. Shu is feminine fioiu the top of her head to the eiid of her toes, and if you try to draw her into the discussion of ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 June 1883

"Uf JwMMtaiflMiltlWIt ' 4 -v tri tv.Wit t' "W' i, wmnlWt( " " , r M'-.tfW'ltl. Mfr HMt1:. fl THEBA i Jdj JL All t JUJLJ 1 Vol. II. No. 436. HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JUNE 25, 18813. SUBSCRIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. ILY Oh THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER BILL, Proprietor. Is published orery morning and circu lated throughout the town by cnrrlers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 60 cents per Month. G. Cahbon Kehtok, Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 250. OMce, - - - queen Street, Opporite West's Carrlngo Factory. .T. O. Clevioii, Manager 8. St. CARTER. S. F. GRAHAU. S. M. OAETER & 00. N King Street, . Honolulu, H. 1. Retail Dealers in Fire "Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify tho public, and House-keepers In particular, that wo keep on hand and for sale in qunn tltlestosult purchasers and at LOWEST HATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, ...

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

W11 fflB T IKK JTr SViT' "V -yT R- 1'-' FT- !V"&flf V. y. 7 :?!P IMhS?' TW 5? fl f' 4 .ti ' J S' fh the SSpHiitj lttlldt MONDAY, JUNK 25, 1888. THIS DAY'S DOINCsl EVENING. Band, Hawaiian Hold, 7:30. Lodge Le Progres, 7:J!0. Algnroba Lodge, at 7 :30. Ilnrmoiiy Lodge, I.O.O.F.7:30 THE MORALITY OF OUR SCHOOLS. , O110 great ovil of our schools, pri vate us well as public, is that they run altogether too much to text-book work. Nothing is exacted from the teachers but a servile uttontion to book lessons. No matter how the child gets them, if ho can show "high percentages'' he is an honored pupil. Two pupils start out together in the low primary. One child's mother tries to instil in his mind a love for truth and honesty, and never to cheat his teacher in his lessons. The other boy cheats each day, is marked high and trotted out for pub lie admiration as the "star pupil." The first boy sees this, and by the time he reaches the iifth grade ho conies to the conclusion that Ma mother kno...

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

.(. V '-, I lm 'A' '. '' ,j .5 - t n tMj r.v-v- TELEPHONIC. Dlmond Head, Juno 25, 0:80 tun. Light North E. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. June 23 Sttnr C It Blshoi) from Kauai Schr Gen Scgcl from Kwn Ship Shandom from Glasgow June 24 Stmr Likctiko from windward ports - Sttnr Atliittca Hon from Kahttlttt Stmr Jas JMakeo from Kauai Stmr Wnimanalo from Waimanalo Schr Khttkai from AVnialita Schr Emma from Hcoia Schr Kauikeaouli from Honokaa Soha Waiehu from Kipnhulu DEPART URES June 23 Sciir Mary Alice for Molokai VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Likellko for windward port Stmr Lchua for Molokai & Maui Stmr C R Bishop for Kauai Stmr Mokolii for Koolau Schr Leahi for Kohalalcic Schr Luka for Kohala Schr Kuiamanu for Ookala Schr Mnlolo for Hakalau Schr Waimalu for Honomtt Schr Mana for Onomcn Schr Waioli for Paauhau Schr Gen Segel for Ewa Bk T R Foster for- Port Townscnd PASSENGhHS. ' ' From Kauni per C R Bishop, Juno 23 Miss Halm, C A J Gunning, Mr & Mrs fanotta and child, V Keat...

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

f' mm -,v ji wv w V .-rax.. itvjsri. 1 minimi iwm iraawtwww. ';.-:::!&? ft'' mwmh n wr nrnw MynWlBII I II lfl IWB WWWN I t i t I i i Kr 4lic ffiiulji lnlltttn, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1883. A ROUND MEASURE FOR A SQUARE CORNER. Sonic years ago an engineer, now prominent intlieoilleinl management of one of our gi eat railroads, was supci intending the construction of a now road up country near Candarlau. After supper one evening he strolled into the bar of a couutry tavern, where some twenty men wcro seated and chatting. A regular knowing Scotchman was expounding the re markable strength of the arch, its use and application in mechanics, and illustrating his remarks by paw ing a two gallon keg. "You have no idea, said he, 'how strong the nroh is if ye set tf right if yo know how. Now there's mc egg notn ing's got a prettier arch than the egg, and if you set it right it's migh ty strong. Why, I can set an egg on this iloor in such a shape that yo can't break it with this keg.' A general m...

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

TW n "V 7W" '"'' "',Tw " jappwj ,.WjB- -- -" 'wjsjeyT" THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. No. 437. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JtHSTE 20, 1883. 8U08ORIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. "' 1 .THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Ib published every morning and clrcu. latcd throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - 50 cents per Month. G. Carson K&nton, Editor. All business communications to bo ad' dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllec, - - . queen Street, OppoeltoAVest's Ctrrlnge Factory. , J. O. Clkvioii, Manager B. M. CAllTKR. S. F. ORAHAM. S. M CARTER & 00. 8 Kins Street, Honolulu, H. I. Retail Dealkus in Fire Wood, Goal and Feed. WE would notify tho public, and Housekeepers in particular, that wc keep on hand nnd for sale in quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST KATES, fuel, as follows ; Hard and Soft Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Coals, a...

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

Pi (V0 9 1 W -RJH .KWVMI h r r TUESDAY, JUNE 2G, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. AFTCRNOON Ladles' Benevolent Society, Fort St. Church, nt JJ. EVENING. Mcetiuji, Antiques ivml Horribles, Engine Ca. No. 2, at 7 sharp. Excelsior Locho, I.O.O.F., 7:30. Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30. Social, Fort st. Church, 7:30. Ilclmburgcr, Y.M.C.A.Ilall, 7:30 THE IMMIGRATION DEPOT has had bcvcral valuable improve ments and additions made to it late ly under the superintendence of Mr. J. S. Smithies in view of the Hun kow's arrival with the thousand or so Portuguese she lias on board. On the right as you go in the gate is the Doctor's room for examining all those who are, or iiimgiiic themselves to be, sick. Next to it arc two rooms to be used as an infirmary, if neces sary, for those who arc not ill enough to be sent to the hospital but yet it is deemed better to separate from the rest. Bight' opposite the entrance gate. in the centre of the yard is a build ing of three rooms the first of which litis been...

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

'TUMfi "wp "if "'-BfSSS' ' "flUV V MWMaswt hx 3 WMMBMMMMMMM MMm IIM 1 -, -ji ( &. it. n & i m TELEPHONIC. Dtmond llcnd, Juno 20, OiBO a.m. Light "North K. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. June 25 Schr Mile Morris from Lnnui Schr Liholilio from Koloa Schr NcttlotMenilUfrom Lnhninn DEPARTURES June 25 ,. Stmr Likclike for windward poit SUrn Leliua for Molokai & Mmii Stmr C It Bishop for Knuai Stmr Mokolii for Koolnu Solir Mnlolo for Ilnknlnu Schr Wnimalu for llonomu Schr Mnna for Onoincn Bk T It Fbster for rort, Townscnd VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Iwatani for windward poits Sunr Kilauca Hon for Kiihului Stmr Jas Makce for Kauai Tern Mary Dodge for S. Francisco Stmr Wnimannlo for Wnimanalo Schr Khukai for Waialua Schr Waioli for Pnnuhau Bktne Amelia for Port Townscnd Schr Gen Siegcl for Ewa Schr Waioli for Paauhau Schr Kuldtnnnu for Ookala Schr Luka for Koliala Schr.Lcnut'for Kolialalelc -- f., PASSENGhKS. For Port Townscnd, per T. It. Foster, June 2.1 O C JJurkc wife an...

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

iate1 i.'T y "' JWK-" pt" rfvf'vp T. V.f'' .. -man , i a. . v ww.-. "T-l4Wst'lM;'HMpJ, v , 'WfrMtWl. t? ,? fV ft; U' a- sk- n.. .. & . I' TUESDAY, JUNK 20, 1883. Hb Married for love. A mini who lias married for love is (i happy fellow. lie is generally cheerful, and always thinking of the dear ones at home. Ho prefers to livu out of town for the sake of his children. He is rarely late at busi ness, rises early, gardens a little, cuts a hearty breakfast, and goes to the necessary labour with a light heart and a clean conscience. Ho often brings home pleasant surprises for his wife and children. You may recognise him in trains loaded with parcels, which he good-naturedly carries with perfect unconcern of what others think a new bonnet, music, books, a cloak for his wife; while in another parcel the wheels of a cart, a jack-in-the-box, a doll, or a skipping-rope protrude through the paper, and suggest the nursery. He is bravo and kind, though he makes no noise in the world. The hum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 June 1883

vtKlstuttMkgMBiASUUS(SMitSnt Trwr..-,. . VIHBlHHIwHffinAiY?F w 1Tn HlffiSr fflFHMHBWfflBHrflHn "frwiiiip" THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. Xo. 438. HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUKE 27, 1883. 8UDS0RIPTION GO 0ENT8 PER MONTH. ' - ' 1 il ; Lv- m." SSI E ' mm? THE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and clrcu. latcd throughout tho town by enrriers, oud forwarded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, SO cents per Month. G..CAnsoN Ken von, Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 250. OIHre, - - tucen (Street, Oppotltu West's Carrlngo Fuctory. .T. O. Ci.evior, Manngcr S. M. CAnTER. S. F. GRAHAM. S. M. CARTER &.C0. HZ King street, - Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealkiis in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify tho public, and House-keepers iu particular. Hint wo keep on baud and for sale in quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOW EST KATES, fuel, as follows : ' Hard and ...

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

,Ttfis:W ,'m!,$''ty 7 'S"fNv5WBy TtfTtifWVF'lf I t ' 1 I HMIlll M" it WEDNESDAY, JUNE '27, 188.1. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. . Mr. E. P. Adams will sell nt 10 o'clock, at lite residence of Mr. A. Piatt, Puimhuu, Household Furni ture, &e., &e. EVFNINO. Onlm Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30. Bethel Prnver Meeting, nt 7:30. Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting at 7:30. St. Andrew's C.Uhedrnl, usual services, nt 7:30. THE MISSIONARY GLEANERS gave iv social welcome to their late President, Mrs. Howard and her husband on Monday night at the Fort Sti cct Church. The assemblage was brilliant with the fair faces and sparkling eyes of the Gleaners and "Mimy a jocund laugh went round." During the evening Miss Sarah King presented Mrs. Howard on behalf of the Gleaners with n basket of beau tiful flowers, in a neat speech of wel come. Mrs. Howard and her hus band responded thanking them hear tily for their kindness. After this the ice cream and cake were passed around by bevies of blushing mai den...

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

- iff "w- "jfKwwjmrt,; t$&SQM$'Jp&'z$p' "j j(Wpl".i ''Wipf1,1 ''Up- ifs!V' Wr bkju " 8f!''''s",f J V7; i ,1- , "V " T r X 4 ii A : klt v if) Si m A' -l1jf' . JL.I IB TELEPHONIC. Dlmond Head, June 27, 0:30 a.m. Light Not tli E. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Juno 2G Schr Wnilelc fiom Mnlllco Schr Minion fioin Ktikuihaolo Schr Mnnuoknwni from Nawiliwili , UEPAR1 URE8 Juno 26 Stmr Iwnlnni for windwnul porta Simr Kilauca Hon for Knhului Stmr Jns Mnkco for Kauai Tern Mnry Dodgo for S. Francisco Stmr Wnininualo for Waimanalo Schr Kbukai for Waialua Sclir Gen Sicgcl for Ewn Schr Lcahi for Kolialnlelc Sclir Emma for Wuiiuiuo VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Suez for Hong Kong Bktnc Amelia for Tort Townsend 13k Kalakuua for San Francisco Schr Wailolo for Mahko Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahnina Schr Liholiho for Honomu Schr Wainli for Paauhau Sclir Kuhimnnu for Ookala Slir Luka for Kohala PASSENQhHS. For San Francisco, per Mary Dodge, Juno 2C Mm Rodgors. For Kahului per Kilauca IIou Jun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 June 1883

mtmmrm -mmmmmmfmm- mmJ$!M f rw ' r $1 pa llldht WKDNKSDAY, Jl-NMi '27, 1883. A BOY WITH AN ALLIGATOR HIDE. Dr. Hamilton 1ms discovered the jj;io.itcst living cm iosity of the age. Those who Ikivo examined testify thtit it Gents anything they ever saw. Thuctiiiosityisiti llieslmpoof nnatu ral human being, a colored boy, eight een yeais of age, who was born of blave parents near Gicnada, on the Mississippi River, in the State of Mississippi. Fiom the shoulders down his skin is just like that of an alligator,, is thickly covered with black scales, and the whole is as pliable, though thick and tough, ns the hide on one of these animals. In the Summer time these scales drop off, leaving an indenture in the skin where now ones foim and giow on again. His name is Moses Eskiidgo, and he came here during the exodus times with his father and stepmother. Topcka State Journal. A priest named Luigi Galimberti, residing at Milan, Italy, is said to have discovered the meaus of photo graphy in natu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 June 1883

'mmmmmmmmmmsmsmrr ',rTr &'m$$'T , ; ,'tU THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. No. 439. HONOLULU, II. I., TI1UHSDAY, JUOT 128, 1883. 8UB30RIPTI0N 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH. i t- M m H'S II $f (Ik If. Sir1 4BHE DAILY BULLETIN WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning nnd clrcu. luted throughout the town by carriers, nnd forw'ardcd to the other Islands by every opportunity. ' Subscription, SO cents por Month. ' ' 6. Carson KeKYon, Editor. All business communications to be ml dressed, Manager Dully Bulletin, Post Ofllcc Box No. 14, Telephone 2DG. Office, - - - - lucrn Street, Upposlto Went'n Carrlago Factory. .T. Q. Cleviou, Manager S. M. CAKTElt. S. F. 011AUAM. . S. M; OiRTER & 00. ' 8 King Street, . llouolulu, II. I. Retail Deai.eiis in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. TVTE would notify ,tho public, nnd W House-keepers in particular, that we keep on band und for sale in quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST ,RATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N...

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

ff K theaiia lgi.lU- THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Kimlcrgiu ten Examination !).!10ti in Regular Cnsh Sale nt Sales Room, of Lyons &.Lcvuy tit 10 o'clock. AFTERNOON Ladies' Benevolent Society, Fort St. Church, at 3. EVENING. Social, Fort st. Church, 7:30. ith July meeting, 7:30. THE FIRE FIEND'S FELL DEEDS. At 2:45 this a.m. an alarm of (Ire for ward 5 nuig out on the clear morning air and startled the deni zens of the lower pait of the city. The flic was seen issuing from the rear of Wolfe's grocery and feed store on King street The llatncs soon got iu their work on that and quickly spreading with the aid of a moderate trade breeze, seized on Howe's paint shop, spread thence to the residence of C. T. Gulick, Esq. on the other side of Wolfe's. Before this a number of people had gathered round and soon the engines arrived, but owing to the water being shut off at night were useless until it was turned on. En gineer Wilson placed No. 1 engine at the cistern,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 June 1883

arr r, $ "V " -rr raip it "fm -mtyt - ,- 4.J w -tpA. : ' If1 vk3 ai .tf J? i 5 teTephonic."' Dlmontl Head, June 28, 0:80 a.m. Light North K. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. June 27 Schr Jcnnlo from Kehnha Schr Kckauluohi from llanaloi UEPAR1 URES June 27 Bktue Amelia for Port Townscnd Ilk tCnlnkutm for San Francisco bclir Wailclo for Mahko Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahnina Schr Lthohho for Honomu Schr Waioli for Pnnuhau Schr Luka for Kohnla VESSELS LEAVING THIS PAY Stmr Suez for Hong Kong Schr Pauahi for Hanalci Schr Mumtokawni for'Kukuilinclc PABSENGtHS. For San Francisco per Kalakaua, June 27 Chas Lucas, Mrs Glass, Capt Brny "Mrs Bray, Miss Jono3, W K Gerige, F Claik. For Port JTownscndy per Amelia June 27 O G Johnson, V Oldson, J W Hoffman. JSJS INVOICE OF Canned Vegetables & Meats in assorted cases, containing Green Cabbage, Chervil, Asparagus, Sp'mngc, Cut Beans, Young French Beans, Young Carrots, Snircl. Peas and Carrot. Young Peas, in water and butter. .Large Bcaus, Crab ...

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