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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 11 August 1883

V, mtmw 4 P& TJ-JPt' ' 1 ' "7 l3tj .A. 0 V hc ifailij Ignllrfhi SA'ITHDAY, AUG. 11, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. (lyinnaHitun Exercises for Ladies mid Children from 0 to 11. AFTEI1NOON Base Bull Mulch, 'i:'M. CVENING. Gospel Temperance Meeting uL Bethel, nt 7:M). TO-MORROW. Bethel Sunday School, nt !) :I5. Foil St. Church S. S. at i) :I5. St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10. Bethel, llev. S. E. Bishop at 1 1 Fort St. Church, Itcv. A. O. -Forbes, morning and evening. St. Andrews' 'Cathedral, Rev. G. "Wallace, morning and evening. Bible Class at Fort St. Church Vestry, at 3 : 15 ANOTHER MARKET. There has been considerable fear here amongst the planters and others that if -we should lose the reciprocity treaty with the States that we should have no market for our sugar and consequently the islnnds would be ruined. British America has been offered by some ns n probable sub stitute, but it has been urged and with creat show of reason that there is not a suflicient market on the West...

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. — 11 August 1883

I i'W .W tp lJK93mmm. VV, k .a w TELEPHONIC. Dimond lkntl, Aug. II, 0:30 n.m. Fresh North E. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Aug 10 Stinr Lchua from Moloknt & Maul Augll Stmr C It Bishop from Ktumi Slmr Kilnucn Hon from Knhului UEPART URES Aug 10 Schr Liholilio for Ilnkvra Schr Wailele for Muliko Selir "Wmninhi for Laupnhochoo Schr Gen Seigel for Molokni VESSELS' LEAVING THIS DAY Stmt Mokolii for Molokai PASSENGkHS. From Mnui and Molokai per Lc hua, Aug ll R Vf Moycr, Ah Hin, 47. deck. From Kahukui per Kilnucn Hou, Aug ll W 0 Smith, G- Armstrong and son, J Ahunn, Mr Kinwn and family, Mr Kuihelani, 95 deck. From Kauai per C It Bishop, Aug llW Schmidt, MrApi, C Broch grovinck, S Coleman, 0 Stoltz and daughter, S Kalbanm, W A Whit ncy, C Newman, Judge B II Austin, C W Ashford, Mr'Ciders, J B Grant 4 Chinese, 58 deck. VESSELS IN PORT Qr bk Cononus, Sohnatmoycr. Bktne W II Dimond, lloudlct Bktnc Discovery, Pcrrimun Uk Hcspcr, Ryder Bk Emerald, Caltcr Bk Ro voi o, Hinds VESSELS EXPE...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 11 August 1883

) 'i 2VM4"V "l""1 '""' y N, j nrrtiT!' Si & & I it J&u 1 '. l ; t CHANCE FOR BARGAINS ! Second-Hand n Good Ordor. Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Cairingcs commonly itsotl for uxpioises, Double Harness, mid Saddles, Saddle Horses, and horses suitable for plantation woik, Alfco. one Billiaid Table. For Sale at the 173 PANTHEON STABLES. MERCHANTS READ ! THE undersigned has, by request of various mei chants in Honolulu, attached to his General Oillcc Business that of Custom House Broker. The continual increase of commerce to these Islands fully warrants this under taking, and my intention is to make this department a specialty in my General Business. I have ananged legal Power of Attorney blanks to transact business for the entry of goods at the Custom House, and will also pay and discharge freight and duty expense, and, if re quired, deliver fiom the consignees. Merchants will llnd that the time cm ployed by them and their employees in making out duplicate invoices and...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 11 August 1883

- . . S SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1883. 4 ? i INTER-COLONIAL NEWS. New South "Wales. The telegrams imnouncing the determination of the British Govern ment not to accept the annexation of Now Guinea caused excitement in the colonies, particularly in Queens land and Victoria. A man named Stephenson, for merly a clerk in the Bank of New South Wales at Cromwell, who has been separated from his wife for some time through drunkenness, way laid her in a street in Duncdin, New Zealand, ou July 7. Ho seized her by the breast, and held a lighted dynamite charge towards her head till it exploded, blowing both their heads completely off. The headless bodies fell on the pavement, which was strewed with brains and blood, presenting a most sickening specta cle. The wife of Stephenson was chief milliner at Messrs. Saunders and M'Bcath's, and was the daughter of Mr. Stenhouse, of Maitland. Our Melbourne correspondent states: "Representations were re cen...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 11 August 1883

MbtertHIMtaAftM New Guinea, and it excited a great' deal of curiosity among the natixa. 'There was very little timber to be found in the locality, and the natives had to go some miles from the place to obtaiii posts for their own dwellings which, according to the general style of architecture, were built Upon piles for the purpose of protection from alligators at night. The missionary house was situated between two vil lages Anuapata and Elivara and the building was to serve as a tempo rary place of worship and a school room. The impression, when the missionaries took up' this station, was that it would be free from fever and ague ; but a 12 month's residence proved unmistakably that these dis eases were not absent. In a letter to the London Times, Captain Moresby described the New Guinea coast, north of Torres Straits, as far cast as Yule Island,, as an almost unbroken level of swampy, mangrovc , covered, aud probably malarious ' country, on the low dreary shores of which the surf ...

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. — 13 August 1883

'JWWiiHP TTTTj AJaJtlj JLpAJL t Vol. II. No. 478. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MOITH ("' -r-i i mm W " ill i, I I o 17TPTTV . V A THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. The Daily Bulletin is printed nnd publislicd every morning and circulated throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - - 50 conts per Month. G. Cakson Kenyon, Editor. All business communications to bead dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Ofllcc Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Office, .... Queen Street, Opposite West's Carriages Factory. J. O. Clevioii, Manager B. M. cahter. S. F. QJIAHAM. S. M. CARTER & 00. 8 Kins Street, Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealers in Fire "Wood, Goal and Feed. WE would notify the public, and Housekeepers in particular, that .we keep on hand and for sale in quan titics to suit purchasers and at LOWEST KATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, Cut an' lengths; Ch...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 August 1883

l' LH f -' X. Vt- 1L r? t ,. I r MONDAY, AUG. 13, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Meeting Stock Exchange, nt 11. EVENING. Harmony Lodge, l.O.O.F.7:0 Algaroba Lodge, at7:!30. .A. MYS'XVEKTSl' r , OK ? THE QRBENT! l- (By Ottf &icclnl HcportcrO The oilier night your special re porter was in company with two captains whom for the sake of dis tinction wc shall call captains A. and N. One of them is now retired from active service but the other still ploughs the waters of the briny deep or as he himself puts it "takes a dig up the channel occasionally." The conversation turned on Honolulu and its amusements and occupations. Said captain A. as he drained the dregs of his glass of lemon soda and took another whiff at his Manilla "You newspaper men never take a tumble even though a house should fall on you. You go writing up the Chinese Theatre and its acrobats, and the Hand concerts, and other trifling little things, but you never get hold of anything to interest the public." "Yes, th...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 August 1883

1 mm wj n-mf'm MbUMW' mt" pt -tmnrimi m rf && ...'' sm 'fp:,t'iC5r KV - , T v, if i ?SH 'V immtmn 1 TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Aug. 13, 0:30 a.m. Fresh North K. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Aug 11 Schr Mary Foster from Ptmaluu Aug. 12 Sinr Likclike from windward ports Sttnr Jas Makee from Kauai Bk Elshiors from San Francisco Sttnr Waiuianalo from Waimanalo Bk Lady Laiupson from San Fran Schr Mary Alice from Molokai Schr Emma from Koolau Schr Nettie Merriell from Lahaina Schr Kamoi from Lau pahoehoc Stun Mokolii from Molokai UEPARl URES Aug 11 Stmr Mokolii for Molokai VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr C R Bishop for Kauai Stmr Lchua for Molokai & Maui Stmr Kilauca Hou for Kahului Stmr "Waimanalo for "Waiuianalo Schr Malolo for Hakalau Schr Ehukai for Waialua Schr Luka for Kohalulele Schr Waiehu for Onomca PASSENGhHS. From windward ports per Likelike Aug. 12. R Tallanl, H Carr, "Wing Long, J Wallace, G D Frecth, C Bruce, J Kanehaku, wife and G chil dren, Ak'ana, Ahana, Apau...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 August 1883

vr i JTI w? OF VALUE TO THE PUBLIC. .AJLiW-A-YfeS .AJHOELAX! H :, m HW LOUVRE. OF BRUSSELS. Cor. Alakca & King sis. GRAND OPENING ON Saturday, August lltli. Now Goo.ls, Latest Novelties, Direct Impoilations. Fine Clothing, Silks and Satins, Real Laces, Hats, Corsets, Fancy Goods. The public arc all respectfully invited to call and examine our stock. CHAS. M1CHIELS. 475 lw Cor. Alakca & King Sts. Just; -A.vri.vecl! Ex "Canopus," A SMALL LOT OF FRESH Westphalia Hams! For Sale by ED. HOFFSCHLAEGElt & CO. 172 lw KENNEDY & Co., Jobbing and Retail Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. P. O. Bon No. 297. 204 ly King up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their store is the Depot for the Artesian Ice, and will always keep ICE ON HAND to supply customers and others. IV OYV Xtt TXI E CHANGE FOR BARGAINS ! Second-Hand and in Good Order. Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Cairiages cotuiuonry used for expresses, Double Hurnesb, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 August 1883

r sP$&4iJF' $$' " JBffSSBSPf' r ""SSiK&aMK f THE D AIL Y k. "... v3 "ST 171 nil u LdJa J .J cmnvnNcrai yargiiiajtmi H " JLJ'IJ JUJ w"M""w'iMiMnMMiiMWKwwoaMrwBwcmiwiilint.jMaii,wfci.iMWuMWMU J- S t & i , ll Vol. II. So. 479. 4Tp,DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. This Daily Bulletin 1b printed nnd published every morning and circulated throughout the town by. carriers, nndc forwnrded to the otlicr Islands by every opportunity. ( . SubSd'rl'pllon, t BO'cents per Month. G. Cakson Kenyon, Editor. All business communications ,to be ad. drecd, Manager Dally' Biillctin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofucd, .... (uccii Htrcet, t Opposite West's Carrlugi Factor)'. .T. G. CiiBvioit. Manager B. H. CAllTKn., f, , S. K. (JlUlIAM. S. M. CAKTEB, & 00. 82 Ktug Htrcet, Honoluln, II. I. Retail Dealers in Fire Wood, OoaV and Feed. Xf7"E would, notify the public, nnd TY (Hou8C,kcetfcr8.in particular,' tlfat wfi'kecp on Huinaaiia for iidciin quan titi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 August 1883

ut "PBf,)'! IT 1 4 V I I J '"Hffif TUESDAY, AUG. 14, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINCS. EVENING. Kxcchior Lodtje, 1.0.0.1-'., 7:30. Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30. MORE RUADS THAN ONE. December is very near nt lmnd and with it comes a session of Con gress. That feebMon will probably decide the fate of our treaty. "We cin hardly do anything more than has been done to secure- its contin uance. Every exertion has been made by all parties. All we can do is to keep up our exertions and not to let them slacken. Yet, it may happen that we shall lose the treaty. What sort of a position shall we be in then? What resources have we to fall back on ? "Wc have alrcacjy pointed out the possibility of a new market in Japan for our sugars. Why shouldn't we have something else besides sugar, and rice to sell? Where are the wonderful amounts of fibres of which so many specimens were sent to the Paris, and London exhibi tions and received such notice from commercial magnates there? Where is our fruit export? It...

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. — 14 August 1883

HfaJ$H' jkjWW EVP" SMi!li! it ' ; "i r . j-t k a 4ri.'MWit " wruiAMMMMMilMnBMmManMMaiBawM cnunm ' TQJIllttUW. I !i 1 ;! J TELEPHONIC. Dimniid 11 end, Aug. M, 0:30 n.m. Fresh North K. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Aug 1J- DEPARTURES Aug 13 Stinr G 'II Bishop for Kauai Stinr Lelnui for Molokni & Maui Stmr Kilnuea IIou for Kahului Stmr Waimnnnlo for Waimannlo Sola AInlolo for Ilnknlnu Schr Ehukai for Waialun Schr Wniehu for Onoinea Stinr Mokolii for Koolau VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Schr Mary Foster for Honuapo Simr Likelike for windward ports Schr Pohoiki for Puna Schr Emma for Ililo Schr Mary Alice for Molokni Schr Luka for Kohalnlcle PASSENGtKS. For Kahului per Kikuea IIou Aug. 13 Geo. Edwards, Capt.Rob bins, L A Thurston, A P Jones, Miss It MuShune, J J Brown, and 35 deck.- For Kauai per C R Bishop, Aug. 13th Misses Meek, G Taylor, M Grossman, O Walker' Misses Shel don, Miss Allen,- W D Schmidt, Mrs Weight, Cupt Why, Mrs Ailaii, and 65 deck. For Maui and Molokai per Lchun, Au...

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. — 14 August 1883

WUf immmmmM ty ? rr ? "WTf 1- m V jJLTWASX'& -&JBOE2 AJO ! i V s I s- TIIH tiISA3U LOUVRE OF BRUSSELS. Cor. Alakca & King sis. GRAND OPENING ON Saturday, August 11th. Now Goo Is, Latest Ko cities Direct Impoi tat ions. Fine Clothing, Silks and Satins, 1 5 Ileal Laces, Hats, Corsets, Fancy Goods. The public arc all respectfully invited to call and examine onr stosk. OHAS. M1CIIIELS, 475 lw ' Cor. Alakca & King St". .Just Arrived! Ex "Canopus," A SMALL LOT OF FRESH Westphalia Hams! For'Salc by ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEU & CO. 172 lw KENNEDY & Co., Jobbing and Retail GROCERS, Campbell's Flic-Proof Building's No. 67 Hotel Street. P. O. Boz No. 297. 234 ly' King up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their stoic is the Depot for the Artesian Ice, and will always keep ICE ON HAND to supply custnmcis and others. 0"V Ifc? THE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS ! ki- Cu .. OCl vw Second-Hand and in Good Order. Open and Top Buggies, Double Se-itcd Cairiages ...

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. — 15 August 1883

rw"v iiNFlsp',',w,l,? ."( .'.. ryi THE DAI TIN KV Vol. II. No. 480. HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1883. 8UD8CRIPTION GO CENT8 PER MONTH j?9Wjmm&. I ! WW .jf && I p h J 'i 1 THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Tub DAILY Bulletin is printed and published every morning and circulated throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, '"' - 50 conts por Month. G. Oaiison Kenyon, Editor. All business communications to bo ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllcc, - - - - Queen Street, Opposite West's Carrlngo Fattory. J. G. Clevior, Manager 8. M. CA11TEK. S. F. GllAIUM. S. M. OAETER & 00. S!8 King Street, - Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealeus in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify the public, and House-keepers in particular, that wc keep on hand and for sale in qunn titles to suit purchasers and at LOWEST KATES, fuel, as follows : Hard'an...

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. — 15 August 1883

( it- "WEDNESDAY, AUG. 15, 1883, THIS DAY'S DOINCS. MORNING. Largo C.icdit Sale at the stores of II. lluokfold & Co. nt 10, by Mr. E. 1 Adams. EVENING. Onhu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30. Bethel Prayer Meeting, at 7:30. Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting at 7:30. iSt. Andrew's Cathedral, usual services, at 7:30. THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the Algaroba Lodge I. O. G. T., having arrived the members deter mined to celebrate it by a Concert and Social held in the Y. M. C. A. Hall on Monday night. The Hall was crowded with the members and their friends some even finding room on the balcony. The hall was beautifully decorated with flags, ropes of ferns, mottos and groups of ferns and flowers and an impromptu stage was screened off with the Hawaiian and American Hags. All of this beautiful work was due to the tasteful hands of Mr. J. McGuire senr. The meeting was opened by Mr. Athcrton who gave a short address on the history of the formation of tho Lodge from which we gather that 50 members or...

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. — 15 August 1883

mi mm- .am fv . jr ' S: i '' JL& . 0$ f BrVT 3 m . TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Aug. 15, 0:30 a.m. Fresh North E. wind. Nothing in Bight. ARRIVALS. Aug 14 Tern Lena Swcasy fin E Hsunboldt Aug 15 Stuir Iwalani from windward porta Schr Mnuuokawni from Koloa UEPAR1 URES Aug 14 ' VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Likelikc for windward ports Schr Mary Foster for Honuapo Bk Emerald for Port Towuseud Stmr Jas Makee for Kauai Schr Luka for Kohalalele Schr Mary Alice for Molokai Schr Emma for Hilo Schr Pohoiki for Puna PASSENGLKS. From windward ports per Iwalani, Aug 15st E A Vcilinberg, C Akai, J W Smith, S E Woolley, W C Partridge, A Sala, L Drew, Geo. Rosa, Miss H Ladd, Miss E Ladd, G H Kimakua, and 62 deck. VESSELS IN PORT Qr bk Canopus, Schnatmcycr. Bktne W II Dimond, Houdlct Bktnc Discovcrv, Perriman Bk Hesper, Ryder Bk Emerald, Uattcr Bk Revere, Hindi Bk Elsinore, Jcnks. Bk Lady Lam,v-oii, Ruct. VESSELS EXPECTED. Kip Niimu From JJno Stmr City of N. Y. fin Sydney, Aug 27 Stmr Mariposa fm S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 August 1883

' t - w- iyff-'wmr $. "wV 't -$tf 1 ""ff , TJ fir 4$ f if i t t THE GRAKV LOUVRE OF BRUSSELS. Cor. Alakca & King sis. GRAND OPENING ON Saturday, August lltli. New Goo Is, Latest Novelties, Dhcct Importations. Fine Clothing, Bilks and Satins, Heal Laces, Hats, Corsets, Fancy Goods. The public aic nil 1 cspcctfully invited to call nnd examine our stock. CIIAS. M1C1IIELS. 475 lw Cor. Alakca & King Sis. Txit Arrived! Ex " Cauopus," A .SMALL LOT OF FRESlIi S Westphalia Earns! For Sale by ED. HOFFSCIILAEGEK & CO, 472 lw KENNEDY & Co-, Jobbing and Itctail aROCBRS5 Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. P. O. Bo,! No. 297. 331 ly Ring up Telephone No. 210. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their stoie is the Depot for the Artesian Ice, and will always keep ICE ON HAND to supply customers and others. jVOAV IS THE' CHANCE FOR BARGAINS J& Second-Hand and in Good Order. Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Carriages commonly used for epi esses,...

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. — 16 August 1883

V I , - ,-' 'ti-'i l. 3! Wl $&f" THE LY BULLETIN ! Vol. II. No. 481. HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION SO CENT8 PER MONTH r. JLrjJL I THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. The Daily Bulletin is printed and published every morning and circulated throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - 50 conts per Month. G. Caiison Kenyon, Editor. All business communications to bo ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Ofllco Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Office, ... - Queen Street, Opposite West's Carrlngo Factory. J. G. Cleviok, Manager B. M. CAItTKH. S. K. GRAHAM. S. M. CARTER & 00. Ht King Street, - Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealeiis in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify the public, and House-keepers in particular, that 1 we keep on hand and for sale in quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST KATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft "Woods, Cut any lengths; Charco...

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. — 16 August 1883

T-"""" 4k fj--Vi -Vnyrf t-'- w'r1' lw I.MJ.MWT naavOeaaKiswjroaaaag-jcaaciaaraa 3iijjixumiiim i.-rvnu3jn),-.Muirxj.L'.;.rg"rnnr.T-Li.uu) lijuum ni.in.iA.ui'iuiuiU.xxi'.nnjum.Eig It- 4 3f lie Ipitiiji Dgnllemi THURSDAY, AUG. 1C, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINCS. MORNING. Largo Ciedit Sale at the stores of II. Hnukfulil & Co. at 10, by Mr. 13. 1. Adams. CVENINO. Meeting Y. M. C. A., 7:30. Royal Arch Chapter, 7:10. HIGH PJilOED HUM. Awny back in 1818 when the South American Republics were about to begin their .struggle for independence and everything there "was in an un settled state of seething, tumultuous anarchy n gang of men stole, in the harbour of Callao, a little full-rigged &hip called the Victory. The real leader of the party was an English' man but the nominal leader was a man who had been in the naval service of thi? Buenos Ayrean Re public. They ran down the coast of South America landing at unpro tected ports and robbing, pillaging, aiul plundering everything of value they ...

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. — 16 August 1883

:-& f ft jj w ,,!- nil aiimnfTi . 7XUvnuatmMEnmaaBai l ft- 1 TELEPHONIC. -Dimnml Head. Aug. 10, 0:80 a.m. Fresh North E. wind. Nothing in eight. ARRIVALS. Aug In Ur "lik George, from Brit Columbia S mr W 11 Rued from Hawaii S:hi l'au'ihi from llaualui Schr Kekniiluohi from Uaualci Solir Jennie- from lColoa Slmr Waiinanalo from Wainitinnlo DEPARTURES Aug 15 Stmr Likelike for windward ports Sehr Mary Foster for llonuapo Ulc Emerald for Port Townsend Stmr Jas Mnkco for Kauai Sehr Luka for Kohalalclo Schr 1'ohoiki for Puna VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Bktno Discovery for San Francisco Schr Kamoi for Laupahochoc Schr Mnnltokawai for Schr Mary Alicu for Molokai Sehr Emiiia for Ililo PASSENGtHS. For windward ports, per Likelike, Aug. 15 Col Clans Spreclcles, and family, E Wakeinan, Mrs George Deacon & sons, Capt Jackson, W Y Homer & son, II 1 Carr, IJ L Lee, Mrs Rev Forbes & daughter, V A Bowen, Mrs S J Lovcv, Mrtf Bright, W Lantz, J Williams,' F D Whitney, Prof Strohlein, E C ...

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