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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 July 1883

"Vwi&iai . -'. '. v i. . ; -. , SHiBiiiiBiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiira l: - 1 P r i . p. ' i h p i i fa m I &; ! Bf- i fk m i k i ?, (TuJ & m P i ,. m . i p f, H ; i 4 $ m f .. p ?- h fc. p - p M IZ. S. In feV" ' ' XT'' W ' 'if1 SATURDAY EVEN'G, JULY 14th, 1883. STAGE MANAGER H. BUCKLE HUSINESS MANAGER ,j. FISH ER ( COPELANI), ( J1ITON. Tumlm-! KALAMA, FISHER, Itnnc.H KALAWAIA, KUHIA. ?E3sIOC3-&.j!l.2mZ2h1 X.iaE.T I. Overture. , Orchestra Opening Chorus - Company Comic "'g00 B& Mtl1,inda " Copolnnd ( Bar do News " Kuhia Ballad" Dreaming of Mother " A. K. Hale Comic" Mhry Matilda " . -. Hiton Ballad " Hooheno '. , s. Hiram Comic u S'dsah Jane " Kalawaia Ballad" Ieave me not in Anger, Darling " Kcakaokalani Comic " My .soul cot a hiding place " TCnlnm.n Ballad " Love me Darling "... -V. Aylett Comic " Show me dc way " Fisher - Saphony Company Finale . ES-1L.I.'T, IX. Double and Single Clog! By F. Itochc and V. D. Corthnlot. Proprietor Kalama Colored Twins Melville and Flohr H...

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

V.'.I. !.,' k .. V , Z? ? t,'.. - U i- i. IMS v1-; ?' ,-,... ;.); .1 .' . .J .JfT.'JI'C'-cl SOPBGEBESTTBr THEMILY ' ''"11 "Bonffinir. j-j- !?; ''"'1- IIONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1883. MEAN3 OF PRESERVING. THE HORSE'S .,-.. FOOT. Most people who have had any thing to do with the care of horses will have, rioticqd' that while being Bhod, the siirfaec of the sole of the 'horse's foot is geherally fcs hard as a "slale ; soliiard,- in fab,'Uiat'no 'knife .'cari"p'en6tratc it and ttiatthe smith '' has to use 'a toe-knife and h'ammer. It is even the -custom with many smiths to hold a 'hot iron to the aur " face' of the sole,' or to place hit cin ders .upon the, sole, for'aboiit half a minute. whWh has the effect of !tcm , p'dra'fily softening it, 'when- lid ih- ""stantiy pares off the surface. In 1 mtriiyfectwe'also observe ah extreme ' brittlehess j or'Shoitiiess of fibre of 'the'lioof for the space -of an inch or "ah iitcti aild a naif at the bottom cir cumference of the walll N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 July 1883

SBr?-. 1 knew it was us bova. add sheicnmc down there, and. maybcho-dldn'tM maul uic. I.ciicd. and tncd-to gain her sympathy by telling lier the fire cracker went off before it vyas due, and burned my" eyebrows off, b"ut she didn t let up until I promised to go and find pa. I tell you my ma ought. to bo engaged by the British, government to hunt out the dynamite fiends .She would corrcl them in two minutes. If pa had as much sand as ma has got, It would be warm , -weather for me. Well, me and my chum went and headed pa off or I guess he would be running yet. We got him up by the ' lako shore, and he wanted to know if the House fell down. Ho said he would leave it to me if he ever said anything against the Fenians, and I told him he had always claimed that the Fenians were the nicest men in the' world, and it seemed to relieve him very much. When he got home and found the house there he was tickled, and when ma called him an old bald headed.coward, 'and said it was only a joke of' th...

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

V if jMipWM"4WlUv"""" w- v Vol. II. Ko. 454. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, JULY 1(5, 18813. 8UD80niPTI0N CO OENT8 PER MONTH P , u W T to D A IL Y BULLETIN I JljlJjj THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and circu latcd throughout tho town by carriers, nnd forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, GO cents per Month. Q. Caiison Kknvon, Editor. All business communications to bo ad. dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, PoBt Office Box No. 14. Telephone 256. Ofllce, .... queen Htrcct, Opposite Veet' Carringo Factory. .V. G. Cleviou, Manager 8. M. CAKTEH. s. f. a UAH am. S. M. CARTER & 00. 8 Kins Street, - Honolulu, H. I. Retail Dealers in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. -CITE would notify tho public. and VV House keepers in particular, that wo keep on hand and for sale in quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST RATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods-, Cut any lengths ; Charcoal, N.8.W. Newcastle Coals, Bc...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 July 1883

vqMpintKi wi MONDAY, JULY 10, 18&3. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Meeting of Stockholders Wallulcu Sugar Co. nt. 1 0. Mortgagee's siilo of Music- Unll by Lyons & Levey, at 12 noon. EVENING. Hand alKuinm Square, at 7:;10 Harmony Lodge, l.O.O.F.7:J10 Algarobii Lodge, at 7:90. "not libellous? The trial of Mr. Thrum for libel at thu instance of Dr. Fitch was concluded, after lasting for two days, by about ! o'clock on Satur day night. The verdict brought in by the jury was " Not Guilty," with two juriors dissenting. The result was received with applause by the large audience, who, as the Chief Justice said, in discharging, had conic to hear the result of this trial of national interest. Government ollleials will learn front this that they have a responsibility to the people which they must respect. THE BENEFIT CONCERT in aid of the Hook and Ladder Com pany given by thcAmateurMinstrels on Saturday was well attended pro bably SUfiO was taken at the door. The performance was very enj...

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

- .., rj KM, "lS"8 T" $.-! TELEPHONIC. Dlmond Head, July 10, 0:30 a.m. Light North E. wind. 3-mastcd sclir 15 miles off ARRIVALS. July 14 Schr Nettle Mcnill from Lalmina Schr Lukti from Puna Schr Wnilclo from Mnliko July 15 Stinr Likelikc from windward ports Schr Mary K Foster from Puualuu Schr KUtiknl from Wnialua Schr Liholiho from Nawiliwil DEPART URES July 14 13k Nonatituin for Victoria B C Blc Lizzie Marshall for 1 Townscnd Schr Clnus Sprcckcls for S F Schr Kauikeaouli for Honokmi iSchr Lcahi for Koholalelo July 15 S S Haukow for San Francisco VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Lchua for Molokai & Maui Sttnr C K Bishop for Kauai Stmr Jas for Kauai Stmr Kilauca Hon for Kahului Stmr Wnimnnalo for Wnimanalo Stmr Mokolii for Koolau ffl Schr Kaukcaouli for Honolulu Schr Halcakala for Ililo PASSENGLHS. From Kauai per C. R. Bishop, July 14 F GBaumcrstcr, M Cruse, Mrs M A Coniadt, 2 Chinese and 2G deck. From windward ports per lwalani, July 14 Bishop Willis, W F Roy, W Moran, J. Kekaula...

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

- n vy-- .T l" ? -"- " s "wi'V . T vr. tWm r . 4r ' W T t f n tw. ivt - p , A lte ffiatlB Ijnlldiu, MONDAY, JULY 10, J883. HOW TO KEEP CUT FLOWERS. Arqioilcr found hia wny into n florist's nnd feasted his eyes nnd noso on the beautiful buds Hint lny in bou quets thcio. "How long will this clove pink lnat I ' ' heinquhed- "Oh, with care, a week or ten days. A solid, rose bud will last about the same time. There's a good dual in knowing how to keep flowers fresh." "Do you use any piepmations any salt in the water, or ammonia, or the like 1" "Nor at all. That's all nonsense. All that is necessary to keep flowers fresh is to keep them moist and cool. If people, instead of dipping flowers in water or putting them in a vase with water, would simply wrap them up in a wet newspaper, they would And that they would keep far fresher over night. A wet towel or napkin would be too heavy and crush the blooms too much, and, besides, it would allow the moisture to evaporate too easily. Cleveland, O...

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

sg05flflpW"',fP' r mi 7" - 'C m '-' HE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. OHo. '155. HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1883. subscription 60 cents per month X-s 1' THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Propriotor. Is published every morning nnd circu lated throughout the town bycaniers, and forwarded 1o the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. G. Cauron Kenyon, Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Onicc Box No. 14. Telephone 250. ontro, .... queen Htrcet, Opposite Weil's Carrlngo Factory. .1. Q. Clbvioh, Manager 8. M. CAKTEH. 8. F. OHAHAlf. S. M. OARTER & 00. HZ Klner Street, . Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealeiis in Fire Wood, Goal and Feed. "TTTE would notify the public, and YV Housekeepers in particular, that wo keep on hand and for sale In quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST HATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N.8.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Coals...

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

l Jv '""TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINCS. CVEfllNG. Bund :il Kninui Square, at 7 :'M) KxeoMor Lodjjo. I.O.O.F., 7:'I0. Bible Clns til Lyceum nt 7 :!!(). LIFE IN HONOLULU is very imtcli complicated by the different political parties. If A belongs to the Ministerial party lie is. or thinks he is, necessitated to follow a certain course of action and abjure intimacy with those who do not follow the same; while 15 be longing to the Definite Opposition liobls the conduct and belief of A and his coadjutors in holy horror and will have nothing to do with him except in the way of strict business. It seems rather hard that such bhould be the case but as the mem bers of the one party pose as leprc bcntativcs of morality and decency while those on the other side pose the rather, as at least, the associates and advocates of those who do not possess a great share of cither it is not to be wondered at. LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. Last Thursday the Secretary of the Immigration Board was surprise...

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

'i . K TELEPHONIC. Dlmond II end. July 17, 0:S0 a.m. Light North 15. wind. Nothing in sight. . ARRIVALS? July 10 Tern Courser from Poit Townscnd DEPARTURES July 10 .Stmr Lchun, for Molokni & Maui Stmr C 11 Bishop for Knuai Stmr Jns for Kauai Stmr Kilailea Hon for Knhului Stmr Waimanaio for "Wninmimlo Stmr Mokolii for Koolau Schr Knukcnouli for Honokaa Schr Ilulcnkala for Ililo Schr Kmnui for Ilecia VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Likollke for windward ports Stmr Iwnlnni for windward porta Schr Khukai for Wainlun Schr Wailulo for Mhliko Schr Kaluna for S S Islands Schr Mary Foster for Hannmaulu ischr Geu Seiglo for Koolau PASSENQhHS. From Port Townscnd per tern Courser' July 10 N. Olson. For K'ahului per Kilauca Hon, July lGtb S jtfacaully Miss H S Norton, 1'Irs "Wiggin, Miss L C Baldwin, M and Mrs Oknno, W G' Murphy, 1 Chinese and 185 decks. For Kauai, per C It Bishop, July aOthC Miller, Mrs Conradt and H children, Mrs Ottenberg, 2 children nnd servant, Mr Apoi, 49 deck. For Molok...

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

"t-s,"V VftUltfpw i , ,u , 1 S!i' ',VcMSl ., k a 1 Htff Wl T wW m T 'P Uc lu Ignlltiiq, TUKSDAY, JULY 17, 1883. FOREIGN NEWS AND NOTES. An entirely novel cartridge 1ms been tiiod in America. Accoiding to the imontur the cartridge will not heat the gnu, it is self-ejecting, 1ms twice the propelling force of powder, and is much cheaper. It will also cost very much less than metallic cartridges of .gunpowder, and will not be injured by water. Its ma terial, mode of preparation arc secrets, but in appcarnce it is paper pulp soaked in some explosive material, and pressed into si hard roll. The ball is attached to the end of the roll, and the whole thing leaves the gun together, on the sky-rocket principle. It may be adapted to any gun, and is to revolutionise tiic ordnance departments of the world. At the trial the inventor fired off the ball cartridges into u, spruce log Sin. thick. The ball, it is said, passed entirely through the log and a 2in. plank behind it, and flattened against a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 July 1883

f THE DA ULLETIN Vol. n. No. 456. HONOLULU, II. I., "WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 18813. SUDSCRIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH d 4 THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and clrcu. lated throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cents per Month. 6. Caiison Kenton, Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Onice Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Orucc, .... qncen Htrcet, OppoBlto West's Cnrrlngo Factorj. .1. O. Clkvior, Manager 8. M. CAUTEU. S. V. onAIIAM. S. M. OAETEE & 00. t2 Kluz Htrcet, - Honolulu, II. I. llliTAIIi DCALKKS IN Fire Wood, Goal and Feed. "VTTE would notify the public, and VY House keepers in particular, that we keep on hand and for talc in ijiian. titles to suit purchasers and at LOWEST KATES, fuel, as follows : Hard aud Soft Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Coals, and the Celebrated Wellington...

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

4 if '' fctyiftt-?- Tf " "WEJ)NES31)AY, JITJA 18, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINCS. AFTERNOON l'uneiiil of the late II. K. Whit ney, iioui tlic llothol, 1:30. LVCNINQ. Onlm Lodiio. No. 1 K. of P. 7:30. Bethel Pniver Meeting, at 7:30. Fori SI. Church, Pi ayer Meeting at 7:30. St. Andrew's Cathedial, Ubiial services, sit 7:30. THE HUMANE SOCIETY. On Monday night the committee of the Humane Society appointed to consider the proposed bye-laws and constitution met at the residence of F. L. Claike, Esq. Mrs. E. C. Howe being absent in California, Mrs. Claike was appointed in her place. Mr. J. S. Walker and Mis. Dickson, weie sibsent through sickness. The constitution and bye-laws of the New Yoik Society (Mr. Beigh's) were agrccAj.o be iccotumcndcd with suitable emendations, the most im poitant of which was Unit the annual subscription should be $.3. It was leportctl that about -'SO signatuie had been obtained of persons willing to become iiiembeis. The Y. M. C. A. Hull was fixed for the Monday nig...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 July 1883

' BamraMmBi TELEPHONIC. Dlnininl II end, July 18, 0:!S0 a.m. Light North E. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. " July 17 Schr Cnteihin from Iliumlei Schr Waimiilu from llononm UEPART URES July 17 SUnr Likclikc for windward ports Stmr Iwnlnui for windward ports Schr Wailolc for Maliko VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahainn Schr Liholiho for llaunmaultt Schr Mury Foster for Ilonuapo Bk St. Lawrence for Victoria, 1). C. Schr Gen Seigcl for Koolau Sclir iMiukni for Waialua PASSENQbKS. For windwnrd ports per Likclikc, July 17 Miss Needharn, Miss Dick son, C Crockett, W Unger, T W Everett, F Mclntyrc, Capt Mcln tyrc, F B Oat. Mr acd Mrs Fur neaux, W II Bailey, A Pastano, J Nawalii, Mr Scloy and wife, Rev F A Beckwith. W A Hcrrick, Jno A Palmer, C F Hart, Misses Turton, J Austin, W Heine, C A Klbling, Mrs Turton and son, C Notloy, W II Cuthbert, Capt Kaai, Mr Herbert, ii Chinese, ami 223 deck. For windward ports per Iwalani, July 17 J Buck and wife, J Smith ies, II Velguth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 July 1883

M !. tfht jplltt luIkliiL WKIJXKSnAY, JULY 18, 1883. DR. RICHARDSON ON WOMEN'S DRESS. Dr. lik'lmt clson presided on thefith February nt n meeting of the Itntion al Dress Society, held at the Stein way Hall, Lower Seymour-street, London, which was largely attended by ladies. Apaperon rational dress, by Sirs. Lynch, was read by Miss Itarnct; Lady Ilnrbci ton and Mrs. C. IJ. M'Larcn said the society had ar rived at three conclusions 1st, the tight bodico must be abolished ; 2nd, freedom of movement and necessary warmth without weight could not be attained without the adoption of some kind of divided skirt ; and 3rd, fluctu ating fashion must be crystallised into some unchanging shape of dress. Dr. Richardson, in moving a vote of thanks to the ladies for their ad dresses, said that in this dress reform they should consider what was right first, then what was artistic would follow. It was essential that the body should be the first thing con sidered, and that the dress should liavis a se...

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

wjPi K'n- r i .- kw - , , IL' MMir"M"7mciM Vol. II. No. -157 HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1S83. 8UDS0niPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH 5T BULLETIN Mm ua wft l 1 THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Propristor. Is published every morning and circu. luted throughout tho town by curriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - SO conls por Month. 0. Causon Ki:nyon, Editor. All business communications to bu nd dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Olllce Box No. 14. Telephone 250. OIllcc luccn Street, Opposite West's Carrlngo Factory. .1. 0. Ci.nvion, Mnnngcr 8. M. CAllTElt. s. r. oiiAHAii. S. M. OAETEE & 00. Hi Kins Street, Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealeus in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify tho public,' nnd House keepers in particular, that wo keep on hand nnd for sale in quan tities to suit purchasers nnd at LOWEST HATES, fuel, ns follows : Hard nnd Soft "Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, , Scotc...

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

f ta inilji iilkUn THURSDAY, JULY 19, 18813. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. AFTERNOON Steam Yacht nice, 1 :!30. CVENIN3. G. A. 11.. l-.'.W. Meeting Y. M. ( A., 7:1)0. Band nt Kiuiuu Square, lit 7 :!t0 qbTtuary. The Into Ilervey K. Whitney was theeklcbt son of the Hon. II. M. Whitney, Postmaster Gencnil. The supposed cause of death was pressure on the hrain resulting from hemor rhage caused by a fall from his horse at Lihuc, on Monday the Oth inst. Ho was ininiediately taken to his residence al Leilehtia, and from thence was brought into town on "Wednesday the 11 ill. When brought in, and during the day following, he was able to articulate but indis tinctly, lie remained conscious till within about twenty-four hours of his decease. lie was attended by l)rs Brodic and Trousseau, and everything was done that medical .skill and careful and attentive nurs ing could suggest or carry out. He was a number of the Excelsior Lodge I. O. O. F., and was for several years a member of the firm of Whitney &...

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

& "Ss- t Hi a i a. i" "" TEXfeTioRic: Dlmond llunil. .Inly 19, C:0 a.m. Light North K. wind. Nothing in bight. , ARRIVALS." " July 18 Schr Malolo from Ilnkalau Schr Waioli from Paatihuu DEPARTURES July 18 Schr Nettie Merrill for Lulmiua Schr Mary Foster for Hoiitinpo Schr Khukni for Waialua VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Schr Catcrina for Hanalei Bk D C Murray for San Francisco Schr Waimalu for Hanalei Schr Liholiho for Ilunaniaulu Schr Jennie for Kawaihae Schr Manuokuwai for Kawaihae JJgtrto V G Irwin for Sau Francisco T3k St. Lawrence for Victoria, B. C. Schr Gen Sclgel for Koolau PASSENGbHS. VESSELS IN PORT II. I. .L M's S. Rlnjlo, Ito Ship Shandou, Bk H-V Almy, Frecmau, Ilk D C Murruy, Kink Bk St Lawrence, 'Webb Bktne Ella, Howe. Bgtuo W G Irwin, Turner Suhr Courser, Colby. VESSELS EXPECTED. Klg Name Krom Due titmr Mariposa fin S F. July 27 Slinr Australia, f m Australia, July !i9 Sum- City of N. Y, fin S F., Aug 5 II. I. It. M'b Skobdcll' Bk Mirtha Daviw lm Boston Oct 2 Bk Bull I...

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

. T "T -. fl f A T f-f. " - V '" 4H& trsar. "j - j. v iW ,t "" If - FISHER'S i v THUHiSDAY, JULY 19,' 1883. LONDON GOSSIP. (1IY FMSM'll.) (licJi1 Im tho Dntlr litllellll.) In Hit.' suliurlH of Paris llicro lived n short time uio ti wealthy widower, who was blessed with an only son. This young: gentleman took a some what 'lax view of morality in general, uuil was living with a lady whose lin ger was adorned with no wedding ring, but who was nevertheless the mother of his two children. The father was n kiudlicurted and un worldly old man, and constantly im, pressed upon his son the advisability of marrying the lady, and thus(ao cording' to French law) legitimizing his childieu. The son however did not take to the idea, and at last the anxious patent, deeming that he was at the point of death, summoned him to his bedside, and declared that un less he at once married his mistress lie would do something Unit his son would .afterwards regret. The son remained obdurate, and the next da...

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

if f THE DAILY BULLETIN -fry Vol. II. No. -158. HONOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY, JUIAr 20, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION 60 OENTB PEn MONTH - pi "i - It . ts$ y v,t ? i THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Is published every morning and clrcu. latcd throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - 50 cents per Month. G. Cahson Kknyon, Editor. ' Alt business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Ottlcc Box No. 14. Telephone 2(50. omce, ... queen Street, Opposite Wcit's Cartlngo Factory. J. O. Cleviok. Manager 8. M. CAItTElt. S. F. ORAIIAM. S. M. OAETER & 00. Hit King Street, - Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealers in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. T7"E would notify tho public, nnd VV House keepers in particular, thnt wc keep on hand nnd for sale in nuan titles to suit purchasers and at LOWEST HATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft 'Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Co...

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