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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 August 1883

t -nt iw i ? fey iV - TUESDAY, AUG. 21, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINCS. EVENING. Kxeelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30. Rible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30. OUR STREETS. Hardly anything in Honolulu has undergone so much improvement during the past twelvemonths as our streets and roads. Yet they arc not by any means beyond criticism. Of what has been done, though it is a great improvement on the former condition 'of things, much is still behind the best work of other coun tries. The laic rains have shown that the macadamizing has been imperfect as ruts and holes arc worn at irregular intervals and in places not caused by the wear and tear of tralllc alone. No doubt this is partly duo to the atmospheric eroMou but more is due to the im perfect macadamizing. "What we need in this direction is, first, a more careful selection and assortment of the broken stone, so that the layers of it placed on the roads shall be, as nearly :is possible, each composed of a uniformly-sized stone; secondly we want the str...

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. — 21 August 1883

TELEPHONIC. Dlmortd Head, Aug. 21, 0:30 a.m. Fresh -North K. wind. Jns Mukcc off Harbors Point. ARRIVALS. Aug 20 UEPAR1 URES Aug 20 Rtnir.Kihutca Hon for Kahultii Stinr Mokolii for Koolnu Stinr Lchua for Moloktii & Maui Slmr C R Bishop for Kauai Sulir Pauahi for I-lnnalci VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY .Sclir Kuukcaouli for Honokaa Sclir Mnim'for Hilo Schr'Wailelc for Mnliko Stmr Likclikc for windward porta Stmr Wnimanalo for'Waimanalo Bk Revere for Puget Souud Sclir Catcrina for Ilanalci Sclir Ehukai for Waialu'a Sclir Mile Morris for Koolau Schr Rainbow I'or Koolnu PASSENGbKS. For Kahului, per Kilauca Hou, Aug. 20 P N McGiflin, Miss L Kin-iu-y, J W Knlua & 25 deck. For Maui and Molokai per Lehua Aug 20 J Grunwald, J C Garrett, i Chinese and -11 deck. For Kauai per C R Bishop Aug 20 V Y. Horner, C Carson, A Devo rill, Mrs Kopkc, E E Conant, W II Rice and wife, C Borchgrewink and 46 deck. VESSELS IN PORT U. S. S. Pcnsncola, Endcr Gr bk Cnnopus, Sehnntinovcr. Bktno W II Dimond, Hou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 August 1883

jPIIBlHiPiWRBt '-xvp' Y'S" v v 5R WpsPllpPI,.- . p; Bi. it" now is rrxiia CHANCE FOR BARGAINS 1 LEIAM ISTO. Socond-Hand and in Good Order. Open unil Top Buggies, Double Seated Carriages commonly used for expresses, Double Harness, ami Saddles, Saddle Horses, and horses suitable for plantation wotk, Also, one Billiard Table. For Salo at the 47'J PANTHEON STABLES. WE HAVE RECEIVED: Ex ' DISCOVERY," Bbls Mess Beef, . Bbls Prime Mess Pork, Bbls Salmon, Half bbls Salmon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Hf bbls extra Family Beef, Cases Fairbanlt's Larrt, 3, 5, and 10 lb cans, Butter in Glass Jars, 41b. Butter in kegs, NEW GOODS FKOM- imlajd'jeocra.. OF VALUE TO THE PUBLIC. W. G. ASHLEY, Custom House Broker has opened an agency for Custom House Brokeiagc, Heal Estate Transactions, Employment Service, And General Business, At .1. IV. ItolirrtNon fc Co'h. Station cry (Store, Merchant street (near the Post Office.) AX.WAYS AHEAD WE MEAN BUSINESS ! WE MEAN - BUSINESS ! Wo have just received The Finest As...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 August 1883

fwwssgb THE DA .jjij- Vol. II. 1Sto. 486. HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 18813. 8UB8CRIPTION 60 CENTS PER MONTH TLY TRTTTT ir nnrM-m. r iU'r a i mj THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Tiik Daily Bultktin is printed and published every morning and circulated throughout ' the town by carriers, and for warded1 to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - GO conls por Month. G. Cahson Kknyoni Editor. All business communications to bo ad- dressed, Mauagcr Daily. Bulletin, Post Office Box No. If OJclcphp'uc 256. , Ofllce," .... Qncon Htrcct, Opposite Wast1 Crriaco Factory. J. O. CLEvion, Manager 8. M. CAUTKR, S. F. OUAHAM. S. M. GARTER & 00. . 8 Kins Street, - Honolulu, H. I. RETAIL DKALKKS IN Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. TVTE would notify tho public, and YY House keepers in particular, that wo keep on hand and' for sale in quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST BATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, Cut any lengths; Cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 August 1883

' tf IF , !he J3a 1ttlkitn WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. EVENING. Oahu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30. Ikthul Prayer Meeting, at 7 :30. Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting nt7:30. St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual burvieos, at 7 :30. A SEA STOEY. ALLEGED CRUELTY. At present there is in the Queen's Hopital a young German named lleinrieh Giubbnieier aged 2o years, a native of .Seharingshausen, Hano ver but more recently a resident of Leuchtenburg. He has been for some year! a ship's steward and he came to this country on the Canopus. He was taken to the Hospital about three days after her arrival and has hince made statements to the dis penser there and finally to the German Consul. In these statements he accuses the Captain of the Cano pus of extreme cruelty and details of alleged giving dates outrages oc- curing almost weekly for a period of o months. lie states that the Captain has kicked him, beat him on the head and face, so that the blood flowed, knocked him senseless, and at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 August 1883

"9T "Tr -tmwnwpn' TELEPHONIC. Dlmond Head, Aug. 22, 0:80 a.m. Fresh North E. wind. Nothing in sight. , , ARRIVALS. Aug,21 Simr-Jhs1 'Mnkcc from Kmini Schr Lilioliho from Kukuihaelc " Stmr Waimnnnlo from Wnimnnnlo DEPARTURES Aug 21 Sclir Knukcnotili for Ilonoknu Suhr?Mhna for I2ilc SchV Wnilele for Mnliko Stmr Likcliko for windwurd ports Stmr Wniiniumlu for Wnimnnnlo 33k Kevorolor Paget Sound Schr Cntcrinn for Ilanalci Sclir Ehuktii for Waiulua Sohr Mile Morris for Koolau Schr Rainbow for Koolau ftVESSEUS LEAVING ,THISl'DAY . Bfttne Wll Diraond. for S F Bk Hester, for Port Townsend TcmliQiia jSweasey for Ilumbold Schr ITalcakala for Ililo. Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina PASSENGbHS. Fron(Kauaiper Jas Makco,;Aug. 21 SA' lobVrts, Miss Albro, and 2!) deck. For Port Townsend per Bk Revere Aug. 21 C Ilesscler, P Frederick & son, F Stueler. J For windward ports, per Likclikc, Aug. 21 A Brouse, W Jackson, B II Grant, A Irvine, Miss II Brand Mis M Brown, Miss Smithies, D Baldwin, Gov Dom...

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

?f rafts ' " t -- "1 X f " " W v v wrf f' "1 tJ l--7yF -.1- f-i. 1?f' p'XVf - ft Mifmm&m p he P ?r r IVOW IS THE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS ! Socond-Hand and in Good Ordor. Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Carriages commonly used for expresses, Double Harness, and Saddles, Saddle Horses, and horses suitable for plantation woik, AHo. oiipWUlaid Table. For Sale nl the 472 PANTHEON STABLES. WE HAVE RECEIVED Ex " DISCOVERY," Bbls Mess Beef, Bbls Prime Mess Pork, Bbls Salmon, Half bbls Salmon, Kits Salmon'Bellies, Ilf bbls extra Family Beef, Cases Fairbank's Larrt, 3, 5, and 10 lb cans, Butter in Glass Jars, 41b. Butter in kegs, Bolles & Col August 1st, 1883. TRY THEM ! Now Manilla Cigars ! Ex Elsinorc, AT NOLTE'S ') BEAVER SALOON, FORT STREET. 481 lw KENNEDY & Co-, Jobbing and Retail Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. P. O. Bat No. 297. 2G4 ly Ring up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their store is the Depot for the Artesia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 August 1883

mor jH -k THE DAILY m Vol. II. Ko. 487. HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. 8UD80RIPTI0N GO 0ENT8 PER MONTH i ., ,i ! iini m mmhiwiwii ill lllir"''"'"" ?iJSTJBP JtS U Li Jj Ji 1 JLIN THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Tub Daily Bulletin 1b 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. Carson Kenyon, Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Munagcr Dally Bulletin, Post Ofllco Boic No". 14,, Telephone 25lj. OIHooJ - - - queen Street, Opposlto Wcet's Carrlngo Fnctory. .T. Q. Clkvior, Manager 6. M. CAllTEIl. S. F. GHAHAM. S. M. (METER & 00. HZ King Street, - Honolulu, II. I. Retail Dealers in FireWobd, Coal and Feed. "VT7"E would notify tho public, nnd YV Housekeepers in particular, thnt wo keep on hand And ,for sale iu quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST HATES, fuel, as follows : Hnrd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 August 1883

fi jr"8Bi -'ftr M- 5 . "3- -''' 4HF A f flic jpattit lnlIciL THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINCS. MORNING. Regular Cash Sale tit Sales Room, of Lyons & Levey tit 10 o'clock. AFTERNOON Meeting Mutual Telephone Co. Annory, tit 3. Meeting Y. M. C. A., 7:30. at HAWAIIAN Colonization and Conquest! SANDALWOOD AND GUANO, Death and Disaster. Second-Hand Diplomacy I It is rather interesting at the pre sent day to call up the reminiscences of the early days of Hawaii and to sec that the colonizing and conquer ing spirit showed itself sc oarly. Even now it crops up in the last expedition of the Julia. In the years previous to 1829 George Koloka Manltii (Marin,) the oldest son of Francisco de Paulo Marin had' been trading to the New Hebrides, Tonga, the Fijis, and other of the youth Sea Islands. On his return voyages he used to tell glowing btories of the sandalwood to be found at Erromango and others of the New Hebrides. These accounts iired the imagina tions of lioki and Manuia, tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 August 1883

$' .n t(n j- '' m$T V" - 9' wwOTraMMM tBMnaaaaHnannBMaaMiiMMMMaai DIED. At the Queen's Hospital, August 28, 18BH, nt 1 u. m., George 0. Sldern, aged 55 vents, 8 months mid 22 days, was bom ia Ihuigor, Maine. Bangor papers please copy. . .' TELEPHONIC. ' Dlmond Head, Aug. 23, 0:80 a.m. Fresh North E. wind. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Aug 22 Schr Kulanianu from Ooknla Schr Waioli front Paaulmu . Schr Marion from ICukulhnclc' i OEPART URES Aug 22 ' , Bktno W II DimObtt for S F Bk Hcspcr for Fort Townsend Tern Lena Swensey for Humbold Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahnina VESSELS. LEAVING THIS, DAY Stmr Jas Makcc for Kauai Schr Liholiho for Koloa Schr Halcakaia for Hilo PASSENGhHS. For San Francisco, per Bktnc W H Dimond, Aug. 22 Miss S Cleasly, Mrs C Molteno& 3 children,- J D Tregloan, J A Magoon. E Wakeman, G D Curtis, J II Black, Mis II McGregor. VESSELS IN PORT U. S. S. Pcusacola, Endcr Gr bk Cnnopux, Schuatincycr. Bk Elsinore, Junks. Bk Lady Lampson, Bust, WILLIAM J. BRYSON. BOILEll ...

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

7iri- ft U WV Y.. a . "te" -jtdfcw" t-X t '.l i- & JVO'W IB THE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS'! Sosond-Hand and in Good Ordor. , Open and Top IJuggics, Double Seated Cnrriagcs commonly used for expresses, Double Harness, and Saddles, Saddle Horses, and horses suitable for plantation work, Also, one Billiard Table. For Salo at the 172 PANTHEON STABLES. WE HAVE RECEIVED Ex " DISCOVERY," Bhls Mess Beef, Bhls Prime Mess Pork, Bbls Salmon, Half bbls Salmon, Kits Salmon'Bcllies, Hf bbls extra Family Beef, Cases Fairbank's Lard, 3, 5, and 10 lb cans, Butter iu'Glass Jars, 41b. Butter in kegs, . Bolles & Co. August 1st, 1883. TRY THEM ! New Manilla Cigars ! Ex Elsinore, AT NOLTE'S, BEAVEH SALOON, 481 lw FORT STREET. KENNEDY & Co., Jobbing and Retail Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. P. O. Boz No. 297. 2C4 ly King up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their store is the Depotfor the Artesian Ice, and will always keep ICE ON HAND to sup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 August 1883

. MI. 1:. v W9V, " iir ,"? THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. Ho. 458. UOKOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 24-, 1883. 8UB8CRIPT10N GO 0ENT8 PER MONTH h THE DAILY BULLETIN 'STEAM PRINTING OFFICE. "WALTER HILL, Proprietor. Thk DAiiiY Bullktin is printed nnd published every morning ana circulated throughout the town by carriers, and pforwardcM to Uic, other .Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - 50 cents por Month. G. Qaiibon Kentqn, Editor. All business communications to be ad- dressed, Mutineer Daily Bulletin, Post Offlco Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllce, - - -J - Qncen Street, Oppoelto Wont's Carriage) Factory. J. G. Clkvioh', Manager 8. M. CAKTEll. S. K. OUAHAit. S. M. OAETEE & 00. 82 King Street, - Honolulu, H. I. Retail DealeHs in l Fire Wood, ' Coal and Feed. "W E would notify tho public, and TTniisc- kwnors in particular, that ,.wc keep on lianu anu lor saic in quaii tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST RATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft "Woods, Cut any lengths ; Cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 August 1883

(. vf ' . Bv i f H t- h aili; nlkfhi FRIDAY, AUG. 2i, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. AFTERNOON Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St. Church, at Ji o'clock. EVENING. Social at Mibs Bieozo's, :30. Imp. Order of lied Men, at 7:30. Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30. SHOCKING- ACCIDENT. GOK1tf BY A ItUIX. ITeaviiil TCii juLi'ie? About 11 o'clock yesterday morn ing two young men, one a foreigner, the other a Portuguese, about twenty one years of age employed at Judge JlcCully's milk-ranch were badly in jured by his imported llolstcin Hull. The foreigner says that the bull has injured two others before, being of a bad disposition. He acknowledges that he was in fault for he had un tied it, and was feeding it with water melon rinds and teasing it when it rushed at him. He haw its move ment and started to run but fell. It quickly came up and tossed him two or three times and gored him. He has three of his riizht ribs broken at the side so that they have pierced the right lung through and pioduced emph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 August 1883

rWWf TELEPHONIC. Dimond llcntl, Aug. 21, 6:80 a.m. Fresh North E. wind. Nothing in sight. , . , . ARRIVALS. ' Slmr Alokolii from Koolnu Schr Malolo from Ilnknlnu UEPAR1URES Aug 23 Stmr Jris Atnkco for Kauai Schr Liholiho for Kolon, . Schr Ilalcakala for Ililo VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Schr Marion for Xukuihacle v pAssenglks. For Kaitai per Jas Makcc, Aug 23 S4W Wilcox," II Ncttur, and 25 deck. VESSELS IN PORT U. S. S. Pensacola, Endor Or bk Cnnopus, Sohnatmeycr. Jilt Elslnore, Junks. Bk Lady Lampoon, Rust, "TrHiLIAM J. BRYSON. TY BOILKll MAKER,, And Shoct Iron Worker. Tanks andKC6olera made to order. Particular attention paid to Repair Work. Orders left at H. Moore's Machine Shop, King street, will be promptly attended to. 487 lm Mutual Telephone Co. A MEETING of the subscribe! rs to the Stouk of the Mutual Telephone Co. will bo held at the Armory, on THURSDAY, AUG. 23rd, at 3 p m. Adoption of Chatter and By-laws and Election of OHleors. 4813 2t PER ORDER A. a. ELLIS, STOCK BROKER, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 August 1883

? w '..., & I . i," A ; ? '''' "TFV" !tW- f -.. . fl " t ( " "sk c- ';,' v , f ' . .- -W - V " 7 it t-- i- ' 1-,' i JVO"W IW TII33 CHANCE FOR BARGAINS 1 Second-Hand and in Good Ordor. Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Carriages commonly used for expresses, Double Barnes?, and Saddles, " Saddle Horses, and hbrses suitable for plantation work, Also, ono Billiard Table. For Sale at the 173 PANTHEON STABLES. WE HAVE RECEIVED Ex DISCOVERY," Bbls Mess Beef, Bbls Prime Mess Pork, Bbls Salmon, Half bblsSalmon, Kits SalmonlBellies, Iff bbls extra Family.Beef, Cases Fairbanks Larrt, 3, 5, and JO lb cans, Butter inGluss Jars, 41b. Butter, in kegs, t v Itolles & Co. August lst,-ie83. TRY THEM I New Manilla Cigars ! Ex Elsinore, .AT NOLTE'S ' BEAVER SALOON, FORT STREET. 181 lw --KENNEDY & Co-, Jobbing and Retail G-KOCBRS, Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings INo. 67 Hotel Street. P. O. Boz No. SOT. 2(H ly Ring up sTclephonc No. 240. "Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to anuouuee that they t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 August 1883

' fc la' .. t. ' Jtb'-'fsVy'' (!!. .7. ' "' f JiA THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. Nb. 489. HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1883. 8UD80RIPTION CO OENT8 PER MONTH ""f "'! 5 I ' TV .. THE DAILY BULLETIN STEAM PRINTING-OFFICE. WALTER HILL, Proprietor. The Daily Bulletin is printed and published every morning una circulated throughout tho town by carriers, and forwarded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 conls per Month. G. Causon Ken yon, Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Mutineer Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box, No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllre, .... lnccn Street, OpposUo West's Carriage Factory. J. G. Clkviok, Manager B. M. CAllTEll. S. F. GRAHAM. S.M.CAETER&GO. H'Z King Street, - Honolnlu, II. I. Retail- Dealeiis in Fire Wood, Goal and Feed. WE would notify tho public, and House keepers in particular, that wc 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...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 August 1883

M 4feL, A . ' t If ' t Jr h ' SATl'HDAY, AUG. 25, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies ami Children from 9 to 11. Trial of lagneso-Cnlcito Safes, at 12. AFTERNOON Lyons anil Levey will sell at 2 at the store of H. jUngnin, Dry anil Fancy Goods; and also at 7 p.m. J3asc Ball Match, IM'M. EVENING. Gospel Temperance Meeting at Bethel, at 7:1(0. TO-MORROW. Bethel Sundnv School, at 9 :15. Fort St. Church S. S. at 9 :15. St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10. Bethel. Bev. S. C. Damon, at 11. Fort St. Church, Rev. A. O. For bes, morning and evening. St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. J. K. J,evis, morning and evening. Bible Class at Fort St. Church Vestry, at3:15 THE Y. M. C. A. MEETING on Thursday night was but poorly attended, only 1-1 being present. This may be ascribed to the fact that most of the members arc away in the States, the other islands, or the country districts of this island on their vacations. Mr. C. Cooke was elected to the chair and Mr. E. C. Damon was el...

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

:: :mr m.r u ' r-VMnaamam TELEPHONIC. Dimontl Head, Aug. 23, G:30 a.m. Krcsli North E. wind. Bgtnc Consuulo off port ARRIVALS. Aug 21 Stmt Lelum from Molokni & Mnui Aug 25 Slmr Iwalani from windward ports Schr Mile MorriB from Koolnti Schr Gen Sciglo from Koolau Schr Wnilolo from Mnliko Scbr Lcahi from Koholalclc ' '' DEPARTURES Aug 24 Schr Marion for Kukuiliaclc VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Schr Kulnmanu for Ookala PASSENGhKS. From Molokai & Maui, per Lchua Aug "24-' Missfes Hivrpcr, Miss K Clarke, Dr Fitch, J C Garrett, and 10 deck. From windward ports per Iwalani Aug 25th P W Damon, M K Mo keau, J "W Kuaimoku and wife, 6 Chinese and 7G deck. VESSELS IN PORT TJ. S. S. Pensacola, Endcr Gr bk Cnnopus, Scliunlmcycr. Bk Elsinore, Jeuks. Bk Lady Lnmpsou, Rust, WILLIAM J. BRYSON. BOILER MAKER, And Sheet Iron Worker. . Tanks and Coolers made to order. Particular attention paid to Repair Work. Orders left at R. Moore's Machine Shop, King street, will be promptly attended to. 487 lm A....

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 August 1883

I ' """,y"'" IirWA.Y AHEAD ! -nv 4s?iV- : -j. 'Hi I 5VCTVV IB TUB CHANCE FOR BARGAINS ! rB Njlt LEIAM 1ST O. Second-Hand and in Good Order. Open and Top Buggies, Double Seated Carriages commonly used for csprcst.es, Double Harness, and Saddles, Saddle Horse?, and horses suitable for plantation work, Also, one Billlaid Table. , F' B"'UNTI1K0N STABLES. WE HAVE RECEIVED Ex "DISCOVERY," iiuis iuea xeu, Bbls Prime Mess Pork, Bbls Salmon, Half bbls Salmon, Kits SalmonlBcllies, Hfbbls extra Family Beef, Cases Fairbank's Laru, 3, 5, and 10 lb cans, Butter inSGlass Jars, 41b. Butter in kegs, NEW GOODS -FROM- m-a.x:ex:r,.a.. We have just iceclvcd The Finest Assortment OF WICKERWORK, Croehctw ork, Embioidcry, Boots audShoc, "Walking Canes, Fancy Baskets, &c. (ALL HANI) MAUKl EVER SEEN IN HONOLULU. To enumefnte them all would take too much space, but this will give you an idea: Chair, Tables, Sofas, DOS-A-DOS SEATS, Layettes, "Work Tables Embroidered Bedspreads, Guitars, Toilet Sets, &c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 August 1883

mnti-. SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY. mi m i ;. HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1883. - ELECTRICITY IN THE PRESS ROOM. We looked into the press room of one of the huge printing establish ments in London. The foreman was furious and the proprietor was sor rowful. Frictional electricity in the printed sheets of paper as they left the presses was the immediate cause of their trouble. It.is an interesting and not uncommon phenomenon, and is not easily explained nor easily' controlled. It has puzzled Professors Bell and Wadman arid1 the best elec tricians we have about here. The packing upon tlic press ' cylinder seems' to act as an indtfetor, and the paper leaves the press1 thoroughly electrified. We watched a, press running otf 1,700 per hour. Suddenly- the printed sheets clung about the cylindei:aB though, pasted upon it, ami had. .to be torn off in strips. Again, we lifted a few freshly-printed leaves', and they ripped' and cracked like the stitches of 'an old coati r Then we saw a ...

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