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

'. V . f yi - ?,. fC K-V 5j S5& It' If Tllli GRAND LOUVRE OF BRUSSELS. Cor. Alakca & King sts. GRAND OPENING ON Saturday, August 11th. New Goo .Is, Latest Novelties, Direct Importations. !, ., Fine C'.oth'ng, Biike and Satins, Real Laces, Hat9, Corsets, Fancy Goods. The public arc all respectfully invited lo call and cMimlnc our stock. CIIAS. MICHIELS. 475 lw Cor. Alakca & King Sts. .Tiitst Arrived! Ex "Canopus," , A SMALL LOT OF FRESH Westphalia Hams! For Sale by ED. HOFFSCIILAEGEli & CO. 472 lw TS'0"V IB OTITIS CHANCE FOR BARGAINS ! Seoond-Hand nd in Good Order, Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Carriages commonly used for expresses, Double Harness, and Saddles, Saddle Horses, and horses suitable for plantation work, Also, oneBilliard.Table. For Sale.at the 472 PANTHEON STABLES. KENNEDY & Co., Jobbing and Retail Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. P. O.Boz.No.297. 261, ly Ring up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce th...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 August 1883

I' s& w &$$ m fWiWWP"' SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY BULLETIN. ' HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1883. ft. A. A. W10NTAN0, PHOTOGRAPHEK, Corner Fort & King Sts. Desire3 to inform his numerous friends and the public generally that ho has Reduced the Prices of Photographs, which for Style, Quality and Finish cannot be excelled, From Locket to Life Size In every Style. A splendid assortment of NEW PHOTO FRAMES in Silk, Satin, Plush, Leather, &c, &c., of the latest styles. Also, a very large collection of Island Views, Including the Volcano, Lava Flows Sugar Mills and Plantations, Groups of Hawaiians, in ancient and modern costumes. No. 78 Fort Street, 453 ly Opposite E. 0. Hall & Son's FOB SALE, a No. 2 Warehouse Feed Mill Grinds from 5 to 10 tons, per day. Also, pulleys, bolts, etc., all in good order; can be run by steam or horse power, just the article for a plantation. ALSO, HAY, OATS, CORN, Wheat, Bran, Barley, Whole and Ground, Mixed Feed, etc. AS CHEAP A...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 August 1883

In the account of the voyage made tip the Fly River in 1875 by the Rev. S. M'Fnrlnnc, some in teresting information is given re specting the native tribes. At one side of a village the part observed a long row of turtle shells, numbering between 40 and 50, lead ing to a kind of arbour formed of bamboos and branches of trees, around which were figures represent ing men in the act of spearing turtle. Inside the arbour was placed the skull of a man who had been famous for spearing turtle, and to this skull presents of food were taken, and the natives -being invetetate smokers, occasionally blew a puff of tobacco smoke over the skull, under the im pression that it was quite capable of enjoying it. This turtle arbour was a kind of temple built as an offering to the spirit of the skull, who was supposed to assist the natives in getting plenty of turtle. At a village which was met with before the river was entered the people were found to be very friendly men, women, and children moving ab...

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

;y. &-'T ' THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II.Nb. 482. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1883. 8U080RIPTION GO 0ENT8 PER MONTH THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Propriotor. ThiJ 3aily BuMiKTm Is printed and published every morning ana circulated throughout the town by carriers, nnd forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity'. Subscription, - 50 contt per Month. G. Cakson Kenyok, Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Ofllcc Box No. 14. Telephone 25G. Office, - - - -, 0.uccn Street, Opposite West's Carrlugo Factory. T. G. CtjKvior, Manager 8. M. CAKTKU. S; F. GIlAHAM. S. M. CARTER & 00. 8 Kins Street, Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealers in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify the public, and Housekeepers in particular, that wo keep, on, hand and for sale in, quan. titles to suit purchasers and at LOWEST RATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N.8.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 August 1883

? $f he Jailg Igutleiht, KHlbAY, AUG. 17, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Large Credit Sale nt the stored of TI. Ilnckfcld & Co. at 10, by Mr. E. P. Adams. AFTERNOON Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Tort St. Church, nt 3 o'clock. EVENING. Polynesia Encampment, at 7:30. Social at Miss Hrcczc's, 7:30. Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7:30. Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30. DRAINAGE. Year by year the number of per sons attacked by the so-called mala rial fever increases. People ap p ;ar to get apclimated to it for by the time it has attacked them for three years in succession it docs so only in a mild form. But why should they be attacked by it at all? What causes this malaria? Hono lulu has the reputation of 0cing i healthy place and the death-rate of those actually belonging to the placet's small. Hut there, is not a month in the year in which some ailment is not prevalent. Look at the number5 of Doctors, all ap parently flourishing by the practice of their profession1 in the treatment of di...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 August 1883

TELEPHONIC, i , Diinond lfoad, Aug. 17, 5:30 a.m. Fresh North E. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. .' AoglG ' s Schr Emma returned to port' Stnir Mokolii from Koolitu Hehr Eluikni from Wnialua Aug 17 Sclir Ilaleaknla aground par buoy DEPARTURES Aug 16 Bktnc Discovery for Sun Francisco Schr Manuoknwai for Schr Mary Alice for Molokai Schr Emma for Hilo VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY .Stnir lwalanl for windward ports Stnir "Waimanalo for Waimanalo Stmr W H Rccd for Hilo Sclir Kekauluohi for Hanalei Schr iJennie for Nawiliwili Sclir Kamoi for Laupaliochoc PASSENQhHS. For San Francisco, per Discovery, Aug 1G It Tallant, J Frant, M Sichel. VESSELS IN PORT Gr bk Canopus, Schnatmevcr. Bktnc W II Dimoud, Houdlct Bk llcsper, Ryder Bk Kevere, Hinds Bk Elsinoni, Junks. Bk Lndy Lampson, Rust, uk ucorpc, tirant. Stnir W H Rccd, Tern Lena Sweasy, Ray VESSELS EXPECTED. KIr Niuno From J)nn Stmr City of,N. Y. fin Sydney, Aug 27 Slmr Mariposa fm S. F. ' Sept S Stnir Australia fin S. F. Sept 5 H. 1. 11. Mb S...

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

I, S J Till) ORAM) LOUVRE OF BRUSSELS. Cor. Alnkca & King sis. GRAND OPENING on Saturday, August lltli. New Goods, Latest Novelties, Direct Inipoi tat Ions. ... t Fine Clothing, Bilks and Satins, Ileal Laces, 1 Hats, Corsets, Fancy Goods. The public arc all respectfully invited to call and' examine our slock. CHAS. M1CHIELS. 175 lv Cor. Alakea & King Sts. .Tiit Arrived! . EM " Canopus," A SMALL LOT OF FRESHj Westphalia Hams ! For Sale by ED. IIOFFSCIILAEGEIl & CO. 4?a lw NOW IW 1M1JE CHANGE FOR BARGAINS ! Second-Hand and in Good Order. Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Carriages commonly used for expresses, Double Harness, and Saddle?, Saddle Horses, and horses suitable for plantation work, Also, one Billiard Table. For Sale at the 472 PANTHEON STABLES. KENNEDY & Co., Jobbing and Retail OROCERS, Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. P. O. Boz No. 207. 204 ly King up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their store jj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 August 1883

ffHWMJ iw I I SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY BULLETIN. iii HONOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1880. ? A. A. M0NTAN0, PHOTOGRAPHER, Corner Fort & King Sts. Desires to inform his numerous friends nnd the public generally that he has Reduced the Prices of Photographs, which for Style, Quality and Finish cannot be excelled, From Locket to Life Size In every Style. A splendid assortment of NEWtPHOTO FRAMES in Silk, Satin, Plubh, Leather, &c., &c, of the latest styles'. Also, a very largp collection of Island Views, Including the Volcano, Lava Flows, Sugar Mills and Plantations, , , Groups of Hawniians, in ancient and modern costumes. No. 78 Fort Street; 403 ly Opposite E. 0. Hull & Son's FOR SALE, a No. 2 'i Warehouse Feed Mill Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day. Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all in good order; can be run by steam or horse power, just the article for a plantation. ALSO, HAY, OATS, CORN, Wheat, Bran, Barley, Whole and Ground, Mixed Feed, etc. - AS CHEAP AS THE CHEA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 August 1883

body a white and jycllowj colour) whilst in the west they ' rkint tthem-selves.blnck.- - - At some places peculiar adorn ments arc practised by the women, iinrdnitiori to" the painting.' " An ornament made from grass or" fibre is wtirn round the nrms and below the knee, and a strange appearance is imparted to the women by a dress through which the head is passed, and which extends over the body to the knee, and 'is fastened by a cord round the waist. In the journal of a trip' into (he interor of New Guinea 'by the Rev' '"V. " Gt. L'awes, there s n description of a mountain village. It; consisted of five bouses in the usual form, and one very high up a tree. Only two or three native's were seen. The women were away in the plantations,' and, several of the men, including the chief, w,ere on the 'top of the mountain, where some one had died, and wa's being buiied. The villtigc was a very pretty one. In front of li were fruitful valleys, in which could be seen. plantations surpassing an...

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

rNmvA.' 'fc T'' i 'V JZtTMV i : THE DAILY BULLETIN i" m tn t ju Wk & Vol. II. IsTo. 483. ,THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. TitE Daily Bulletin is printed nnd published every morning and circulated throughout the town by carriers, nnd forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, SO conli per Month. G. Carson Kknyon, Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Dally" Bulletin, Poit Office Box No. 14. Telephone 256. Ofllcc, - . .- Queen Street, u Opposite Vfeet's Carriage Factory. J. G. Clkvioii, Mannger B. M. CAIlTEn. S. F. QRAHAM.; S. M. CARTER & 00. 8 Kins Street, - Honolulu, II; I. Retail Dealers un Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. "VTTE -would notify tho public, and twe keep oiv handnand for sale m nnn. titles to suit purchasers and'at LOWEST RATE8, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, i , Cufcauy lengtlitf; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Coals, and the f Celebrated, "Wellington Mine Departure...

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

; Jh 'Vr 4 $ iici"i "SATURDAY, AUC?. 18, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. . MORNINQ. teymnnsinm Exercises for Ladies and Childicn fioni S) to 11. J .:u go Crodit Jsiilc lit the stores of II. Ihickfeld & Co. at 10, by Mr. 15. P. Adams. Regular Cash Sale at Sales Room, of Lyons & Lovoy at 10 o'clock. AFTERNOON Base Bull Match, 3:30. EVENING. Gospel Temperance Meeting i at Bethel, at 7:30. Meeting Mission Children's So ciety, 7:30. TO-MORROW. Bethel Sunday School, at 0:45. Fort'St. Church S. S. at 9 :45. ,St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10. Bethel, Kev. S. 15. Bishop at 1 1 ' Fort St. Church, Rev. A. O. For bes, morning and evening. St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. G. "Wallace, morning and evening. " Bible Clilss at Fort St. Church VJstry. at 3: 15 DANCER OF SNAKES. This country is correctly denomi nated the " Paindiscof the Pacific," and, according to popular statement, it was more of a paradise beforjo the advent of the white man than it is now; for he not only introduced diseases and vices...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 August 1883

r- t- Tf 7 Tmrvjgpf 'T 'D9K r" "' M,tfi" ' " w(fc"wflywjjBWtwv V i .a, i A TELEPHONIC. Dhnond HeadTAug. 18, 0:30 a.m. Kicsh North K. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Aug 17. Schr Wrillclc from Mnliko Schr Kiiuikcaouli from llouokua Stmr Lcluia iVom Maui & Molokai Sollr.MiuuV from Onoinea & Paukaa Aiig.18 S mr 0 11 Bisliop from Kouai Stmr Kilauea IIou from Kuhului Schr Geii Scigcl ftom Molokal ' ' UEPARl URES Aug 17 Stint lwnlnni for windward ports , Stmr Wnimaimlb for Waimnnnlo Schr Kckaulubhi for Hannlci Schr Kamoi for Laupaliochoe VESSELS LEAVING .THIS. DAY Schrltninbow.fbr Koolati Stmr Mokolii for Molokai Schr Jennie far Nawiliwili Stmr W H Recti for Hilo Schr Emma for ililo v 4 PASSENGLKS. 4 .. Erom Molokai and Maui- por Luiiua Aug 17th Geo. Fassett, and 40 deck. i( For windward ports, per Iwalnui, Aug. 17 Princess Likelikc, Princess Kaiulani, Mrs Ward & family, Clias Silver, ElA Biclenbcrg, Miss Barnes1, Mrs J W Robinson, A T Atkinson son & daughter, W M Giffor...

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

jk ,V'" ffc ' IfTfCT' V m -SJ- H! i-rs- 4r . f I 1?" fr i. .' ,;,( . ?.w , fp " ; fPf tsoav ih rriiia CHApKTe FOR BARGAINS ! sSl Socond-Hand and in Good Order. Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Carriages commonly used for expresses, Double Harness, and Saddles, Saddle Horses, and horses suitable for plantation work, Also, ono Billiard Table. For Salo nt the 472 PANTHEON BTABLES. ( i WE HAVE RECEIVED Ex " DISCOVERY," BDls Mess Beef, Bbls Prime Mess Pork, Bbls Salnion, Half bbls Salmon, Kit Salmon Bellies, Hf bbls extra Family Beef, Gases Fairbank's Lard, v 3, 5, and 10 lb cans, Butter in Glass Jars, 44b. Butter in kegs, liollc & Co. August 1st, 1C83. TRY THEM ! New Manilla Cigars ! Ex Elsinorc, AT NOLTE'S, ') BEAVER SALOON, FORT STREET. 4S1 lw KENNEDY & Co., Jobbing and Retail Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings Nq.; 67 Hotel Street. P. 0. Box No. 207. 251 ly r Ring up Telephone No. !W0. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their store is the PejlfltJifor the Art...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 August 1883

4 '1 SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1883." i'- f. 'If- A. A. MONTANQ, PHOTOGRAPHER, Corner Fort & King Sts. Dcsirc3 to inform his numerous friends and the public generally that he has Reduced the Prices of Photographs, which for Style, Quality and Finish cannot be excelled, From LocKet to Life Size In every Style; A splendid assortment of KEJWPJIOTO FRAMES in Silk,' Satin, Plush, Leather, &c, &c, of the latest styles. Also, a very large collection of Island Views, Including the Volcano, Lava Plows, Sugar Mills and Plantations, Groups of Hawaiians, in ancient and modern costumes. No. 78 Fort Street, 453 ly Opposite E. O. Hall &Son's PORSALE, a No. 2 Warehouse Feed.Mill Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day. Also, pulleys, bolts, etc., all in' good order; can be rim by steam or' horse power, just the article for a plantation. ALSO, HAY, OATS, CORN, Wheat, Bran, Bailey, Whole and Ground, Mixed Feed, etc. AS pHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST l59 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 August 1883

. , to obtain from New Guinea cocoanut oil, palm oil, sandalwood, inahogany, cedar, ebony, cinnamon, cloves, nut megs, maize, arrowroot, sago, sugar cane, bcchc-de-iner, pcarhhcll, tur tleshell, and trcpang. "I pity them," Mr. M'Farlano wrote, "if they rely upon nivythifig of the kind, for tlicy will not be able to obtain any one of these thiiigs. Even eocoanuts ,and sugarcane are very scarce on the is land and very dear. All may be had on the mainland, no doubt, but will it pay to collect them? For cocoa nuts they must go to the west ; for sago to the head of the gulf ; for spices round to the west and north ; for ebony round to the eastern side of the peninsula where I got some curiosities carved in that wood. For sandalwood and mahogany I do not know where they must go, for I have not seen any on the island There is" positively nothing to be had on the south-east of the peninsula, so far as we know, which is of any commercial value. Pearlshell and beche-dc-mer may be found on the...

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

' "ynf- wm -rnqm' r &y&fl$FBrW v -s " v- Wt ' h Vol. II. 20. 481. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH 4 I PPiK-n r itrfqn rmfgr' THE Ml HI Ml -1 "RTTT T JR1TTN 3JWj x i! ?- HP, i 1 -J .1 I i II: ; 5 -.j . THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. TitK Daily Bulletin is printed nnd published every morning and circulated throughout the town by carriers, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - 50 cents per Month. (5. Caiibon Kknyon, Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Mauagcr Daily Bulletin, Post OfflccUox No. 14. Telephone 236. om.ee, .... qncon Htrcot, Opposite West's Carriage Factory. , J. G. Ci.EVion, iManngcr B. M. CAHTKU. 8. F. OHAIIAM. S. M. CARTER & 00. . 8 Kins Street, - Honolulu, II. I. Ristail Dealers in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. "TTTE would notify tho public, and W Housekeepers in particular, that we keep on hand and f or sale in innnn. titics to s...

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

r t rm- "- T - rr " " "S5SS wmsrtei 4 G ,' fk Jl!t lnHdiii MONDAY, AUG. 20, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Large Credit Sale at the stores of II. Hack-fold & Co. at 10, by Mr. E. V. Adams. Sale of Furniture by Lyons & Le vey, at 10 o'clock, at 57 Merchant street. Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11, EVENING. Harmony Lodge, l.O.O.F.7:30 Algaroba Lodge, at 7 :30. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Messrs Dillingham & Co. have re ceived sojiie Unfitness Patent Fire Extinguishers which arc now on ex hibition at their store. These Firc cxtinguishers are claimed to be the best in the world and if they do what they claim to be able to do then that position must be awarded them. "We clip the following from their pamphlet: The Ilurkucss Pneumatic Fire Ex tinguisher is not a means of extin guishing large conflagrations, but of preventing them. It is iccll-Jcnown fact that about ninety per cent of the fires that occur arc discovered in their incipient stages, and can be extinguished without material...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 August 1883

, yi-my"."'' i ""yWW'V H1"1' t ' ' WW MU'WWIWW. 'l' ' "TtJJ ""W 'f"""" h fc & ""ygy-A fllWfe'llll'lliPPIiW, " fPp,ul J ' M I! i. sA J TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Aug. 20, 0:30 a.m. Fresh North E. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Aug 19 StmrLikclikc from windward ports U.S.S Pcnsncoln from Cnllao Stmr Mokolii from Molokai Schr Milp Morris from Koolau i ' Schr Ehukai from Waiahin Stmr "Waimanalo from Waimanalo Schr Caterinri from Ilanalci DEPARTURES Aug 18 Stmr Mokolii for Molokai Schr Jennie for Nawiliwili Stmr W II Itccd for Ililo Schr Emma for Ililo VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Kilauca IIou for Ivahului Stmr Mokolii far Koolau Stm'r Lehua for Molokai & Maui Stmr C R Bishop for Kauai Schr Wailcle for Maliko Schr Maim for Ililo Schr Pauahi for Ilanalci Schr Kaukcaouli for Ilonokaa Schr Rainbow for Koolau PASSENGbKS. From windward ports per Likclikc Aug 19 E Wakeman, E B Beck, E Eugclbery, W B Wood, Miss Aus tin, R Stirling, Miss Stolz, J A Ma goon, E Lcssey, J A Cone, W II Ald...

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

JWW" I" ."'! f J i I -yr- J&'"' . ' i(.!TI I f ; v V UP J t ir t h '. NOW IS TIIDB CHANCE FOR BARGAINS ! . SR.5& ssSK i ! i-i- Seoond-Hand and in Good Order. Open uml Top Buggies, Double Soiled Carriages commonly used for expresses, Double Harness, and Baddies, Saddle Horses, and horses suitable for plantation woik, Also, one Billiard Table. For Sale nt the m , nr 473 PANTHEON STABLES. WE HAVE RECEIVED Ex DISCOVERY," Bl)ls Mess Beef, Bbls Prime Mess Pork, Bl)ls Salmon, Half bbls Salmon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Hf bbls extra Family Beef, Cases Fairbank's Lard, 3, 5, and 10 lb cans, Butter in Glass Jars, 41b. LEIAM ISTO. NEW GOODS FROM IMLAXtDESIIR. Wc have just received The Finest Assortment OF WICKERWORK, Crochets ork, jjEmbioidcry, Bcots andfS'Joes, Wa'.klng Canes, Fancy Baskets, &c. (ALL HAND MADE) EVER SEEN IN HONOLULU. To enumerate them all would take too much space, but this will give you an idea: Chairs, Tables, Sofas, DOS A-DOS SEATS, Layettes, Work Tables, Embroider...

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

-( V THE ' DAILY BU TT1V Vol. II. jSTo. 485. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION GO OENT8 PER MONTH THE DAILY BULLETIN ' STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Tiik Daily Bulletin is printed nud published every morning and circulated throughout the town by carriers, and -forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - 50 cents por Month. G. CahsoK Kknyok, Editor. All business communications to be nd dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. Telephone 25?. Office" .... qncon Street, Opposlto West's Carrlngo Factory. ,T. O. CiiEviort, Manager B. M. CAHTEll. S. F. ortAHAM. r S. M. CARTER & 00. 82 Kiiic Street, Honolulu, II. I. RETAIL DEATiEltSIN V. Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. XTTE would notify the public, and YY House keepers in particular, that we keep on hand and for,salo 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, Sc...

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