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

Pi's"1 ' SB''' -. . 1 , y-f x'. owfti HMKkMMlaMMi r' $ HilU' ullC(i.L SATURDAY. SEPT. 22, 1880. THIS DAY'S DQINCS. MORNING. Gymnasium Exorcises for Ladies ami Children from J) to 11. G. A. IL, Ciimp Eire, nl Dr. Trousseau's, WnUiki, from 1) to -1. EVENING. Gospel Temperance Meeting at Bethel, at 7:00. Lyons & Levey's auction sale at .S iMiiguin's store on King street, at 7 p.m. To-Nionnow. llethel Sunday School, at I) : 15. Fort St. Church S. S. at, J -A5. St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10. Hethcl, Rev. S. C. Damon, at 11. St. Andrews' Cathedral, Key. Mr. Wallace, morning and evening. Uiblc Class at Fort St. Church Vestry, at 0:15 Fort St. Church, Kev. J. A. Cru zan, morning and evening. Funeral of late F. P. Booth, at he Beth el, -1 o'clock. GAZETTE LOGIC. An article in the last issue of our contemporary, the G'azctte, treating of Usages in coiistitulionully gov erned countries, contains a mixture of truth and misrepresentation, and draws erroneous conclusions fioin partially sta...

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. — 22 September 1883

""(jr ,'1 . mmm n . t MMMmMIIMl)li TELEPHONIC. Diamond Head, Sept. 21, 0:110 n.tn Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Sept. 21 .Sluir Lehimfrotn Miui'& Molokni k'Su,lir M'tinn, fin P-.almu 'StinV Waimiumlo from Wmmsuialo Stttir Mokolii from Koolau yehr Mile .Morris from Koolau Sclir Kainbow from Kooliiu Sept 22 Stun' Kihim-n Hon from Kalmlitl Stair (J U Bishop from Ivixuui JEM VI I JTiti Scpt.,20 VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Sehr Mile Morris for Koolau Scbr Rainbow for Koolau f PASSENGhNS. From Kabuhii, per K ilium Hon, .Sept. 22.--C Brash, Dr. Sheldon, Mr Went worth, T E Evans, Mrs Mrs Kaiuluui, Rev Kcawctnahi, and C(j deck. From Kauai, per C It Bishop, Sept. 22 W Brcdo, N Boyle, W II Kiue and family. F M Butler, Mi Mr Mengcrsen, and 40 deck. Passengers from Molokai and Maui, iifl Latum. Sept. 21 II A Widemanu, II Cornwell, O Brown and servant, D 11 Vidn, Mrs M S Jones, Miss Sorensou, P DtUton and 50 deck. Motive. riMIE FUN!. lU L OF KURD. I JL Booth, son of the lalu J weiili Booth, will t...

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

" k r ,rr Vj " v v: vV -nr ""M IM" Hm lV ATJESlt ; NOTICE. rpo ensure water for privileges con X ncclcd with the Upper xtuunnu Valley Reservoir, arrangements have been "made so that water willlbo aVhU able tor those between the hoursjof fi a. m. to 9 u. m.; and for thoscon' the Punchbowl line, from J mid Hill to Ka piolani street, betwceA the houra of 'i p. m. to 7 p. m., until fuithe' notice. ' C11AS. B. WILSON, Sup'i f Wutcr Works Honoluiu, June lJitli, 1883. 42 ICE! ICE! ICE from the Honolulu Ice Factory can now be had lit nmy Quantity, 4V.7 To JicT. ONE HOOM, suitable either for n lady or genllcmnm Plcasani and unlet locality, about 10 minutes walk fioin town. Apply this office. 48 If KENNEDY fc'Oo., Jobbing and Retail GROCERS, Xmv Goods, Fresh Goods, Just Received Ex " Mariposa." -Campbell's Fire Proof Buddings No. 67 Hotel Street. P O. BoxNo. 2U7. 2G4 ly Ring up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their store is the Depot for the Artesian Ice...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 September 1883

:- i f SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY BULLETIN HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 42, 1883. IN THE SOUTH, SEAS. Attacks Upon a Captain and Govcinmont Agent by a "Simplo and Ignorant" People. From Captain Francis, of the schooner Meg Merrilies (says the Fiji urgus of July lUth), we litive obtained the following particulars of an outrage which occurred at New Britain on the 10th of May last, as related to' him by Mr. Corrol.l, a trader for the ih:m of Godclfrpy & Co. of Samoa. It appears tlnrf the master of the .schooner. Fanny of Queensland, on arrivirg at that island for the purpose Of recruiting, obtained at the iirst town visited, an interpreter, and with him proceeded in one of the ship's boats, in com pany with the Government agent and a priest, who was a passenger, to a distant village for the purpose of obtaining laborers. At this village the interpreter was recognised as a renegade member of the tribe, and immediately set upon and slauglitcr ed, his head being split open with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 September 1883

i f whore corns were well developed, and his cheap trousers of a gaudy color painfully revealed the uneven contour of his logs. He wore a soap dish.hat at an angle over his left car, and smiled a smile of impertinent assurance as he leered at the ladies in the car. These looked away from him in disgust, some of them Hush ing angrily at his insulting smirk, -and others treating him with an indifference that showed how often they had met him and his kind before. A red faced and thick set driver turned often and glared at the cheaply dressed youth, but the youth still stared at the ladies and sucked his cigarette. The car stopped and two school girls in tight fitting jackets and pretty hats stepped aboard. The young man would not make room for them, but leaned a little forward ao that they were obliged to rub against him- and step over his feet to get into the car. Meanwhile he grinned in their faces and put his hand familiarly on the arm of the foremost of the two girls. She shrank no...

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

.3r ki "m , THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. No. 5M. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2i, 1883. 8UD80RIPTION GO CENTS PER MONTH iWfWIMRrtfP jpt ftp V '. . ' r s. p. an AH AH. S. M. GAETEB, & 00. N3 King Street, - Ilonolnla, II. I. Retail Dkalbhb in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify the public, and House keepers in particular, that we keep on hand and for sale in quan. titles to suit purchasers and at LOWBST KATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, Cut any lengths ; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Coals, and the Celebrated Wellington Mine Departure Bay Coals ; Also, Blacksmith's Coal. The above can be ordered by telonhono or otherwise, and immediato delivery guaranteed. GIVE TJS A. CALL I Telephone, No. 187. WE ALSO KEEP IN STOCK JEdCay and Oats, California and New Zealand; Barley, Whole and Ground; Wheat, Corn Whole and Cracked ; Bran, Middlings, and other Feed. jgy0rder the above through Telephone "So. 187, and we warrant quick delivery, and full weight. Or...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 24 September 1883

yx: 'tNOM "" WMICBHW " 'UJSJE v MONDAY, SEPT. 24, 188J1. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11. EVENING. Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:.10 Algarobit Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:110- CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence- is solicited on the top'. ies of the day, or what may become o. AVc reserve the right to excise purely personal matter. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our cor. respondents. Ei FIVE DOLLARS. ' Eoitou 13m.m:tin : It is a maxim itiMill places or ought to be that those who support a Government, by tax-paying or otherwise, have aright to know for what purpose expendi tures arc made, and also for what reason obstructions arc placed in the way of the natural development of "business progress and interests. Therefore I think it was perfectly "right and reasonable for you to ask, in behalf of your readers and the public, why an attempt was made to , collect five dollars per head on Chi nese immigrants to this country, and ,it seems to me ...

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

' fJ W(r -jjjr T' "J13" ?fc ' 4 wntfgwn' 'W7l'mmmmWimW TELEPHONIC. Diamond Head, S.-pt. 21, C:D0 n.m. Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Sept. 22 Sclir Mnnuokawai from Kokaha Sclir Wnioliu fiom Pmiulmu tschr Gen Scigol from Kuolnu Schr Nettie Mori-ill from Lnhnina Sept 2J Stmr Likeliko, from windward ports Stmr Zualnnilin, from Australia Stmr Minims, I'm San Fianuiseo Schr Ilntcakula from llilo Suhr Elmkai from Waialua Schr Jen. Sciglc from lvoolau Schr Emniii from Ilccia UEK'ARIU.RtS Sept. 22 Stmr Waimanalo for Waimanalo Stmr Zealanilia, for San Francisco VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY Stmr Ivilattea Hon fur Kahnliu Stmr C It Bishop for Kanai Stmr Lehna for Molokai & Maui Stmr Mokolii lor Koolau Schr Waiehn for Paauhnu PASSENGhHa. From winrlward ports, per Like like, Sept. 2b Hon. S G Wilder, W L Green, W G Irwin, C Lehman, P Mamala. TPedler, Mrs G Deacon, Mrs F Ketcham, W F Lcntz, W Y Homer, Ilee 11 ting, P W White, G Snyder, E Doyle," G Koch, Mrs A Forbes, Miss Frlcs, Awan.i, Koni; Iling ...

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

Kwx W' H"l - Kw"p k 'Si ft 'IS n. J MP & - WATMt NOTICE. rno ensure water for privileges con X ncclcd with the Upper Nuunnu Valley Reservoir, nriangemcnts have been "made so that water will be avail able for those between the hours of 5 a. m. to 9 a. in.; and for those on the Punchbowl line, from Judd 11111 to Kti piolnni street, between the hours of 3 p. m. to 7 p. in., until further, notice. C1IAS. B. WILSON. Sup't fif Water Works Honolulu, Juno 12th, 1883. 42 ICE! ICE! ICE from the Honolulu Ice Factory can now be had In any- Ccfciian.'ti'tyg 407 To hat. ' ONE IIOOM, suitable cither for n lady or gentleman. Pleasant and quiet locality, about 10 minutes walk from town. Apply this ollice. 484 tf KENNEDY & Co., Jobbing and Retail New Goods, Fresh Goods, Just Received Ex " Mariposa." Campbell's FheProof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. r O. Box No. 207. 264 ly Ring up Telephone No. 240. Mus&is. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their stoie is the Depot for the Arte...

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

tt 'jtffM" sfs O'LLETIN '3't ' 3 Vol. II. No. 515. HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 25, 1883. 8UB8CRIPTION 60 0ENT8 PER MONTH jfe sd! rilTTTTI JL 111 hIj "1 r't 8. M. CAltTKU. S. V. OltAltAM. S. M, CARTER & 00. 8 Kins Street, Uonolnlu, II. I. Rutaii. )i:aiiKhb in Fire "Wood, Goal 'diid Feed. WE would notify the public, and House keepers in piirtinulnr, tlmt wc keep on huml ami for sale in qunn. titles to suit purchasers and at LOW BIST KATES, fuel, as follows ; Hard and Soft Woods, Out any lengths; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Coals, and the Celebrated Wellington Mine Departure Hay Coals; Also, Blacksmith's Coal. The above cm be ordered by telephone or otherwise, and immediate delivery guaranteed. . , JXV1I US A. OAXL. : Telephone, No. 187. VE ALSO KEEP IN STOCK JL-JCsxy sxiul Oat, , California and New Zealand; Barley, Whole and Ground; AVheat, Corn Whole and Cracked ; Bran, Middlings, and other Feed. jgTOrder the above through Telephone Ko. 187, and we warrant q...

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

hflailis Ijnllrfin TUESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. AFTERNOON Auction Sale nt K. V. Adams of 100 boxes of Apples at 12 o'clock. EVENING. Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30. Bible Class nt Lyceum at 7:30. Young People Christian Temper ance Union at Miss Brecsc's 7:00. Meeting Temperance Society at Miss Brecsc's. 7 :00 NO 45., C. A. R. The first Annual Camp Fire of the Geo. "V. Dc Long Post was held on Saturday tit WaiUiki in the grounds of Dr. Trousseau. The invitation were limited to members of the Post and their friends and there were about seventy people present. The column and detachments of little folks began their march on Waikiki at 10 o'clock and until 2 the juvenile infantry skirmished around and "rested at will." At 2 o'clock the order was given to "fall in for ra tions" when a lunch, supplied by the ladies, large enough for three times the number present was served to the ladies by old comrades. After lunch the company gathered to gether in a beautiful little spot ...

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

fV- J? T V miu.jijiWMuaawi w rELEPHON.C. Diamond Head, S ',jt. 25, G:U0 a.m Nothing in sigiit. ARRIVALS. Sclir Liholilio from Wntmeti Sclir Jennie fm Ilunaiiiuuhi Sclir Jinuikcaouli, fin llonokua Sclir Kokauluulii, fin Ilaiialoi UERARlunES Sept. 2-1 Stmr Kilama Hon for Kalinlni Stin r C 11 Bishop for Kauai Stmr Lcliua for Molokui & Maui Stmr Mokolii lor Ivoolnu Sclir Waiohu for I'aauliau Sclir .Iana for Onomca Sclir Nettie Merrill for Lahaina Schr Gen Seigle for Koolau "vessels leaving this day Ilk Caib.irien for San Francisco .Stmr Likelikc for windward ports Sclir Clans Spreckels for S Francisco Sclir Waicliu for Waialua Sclir Manuokawai for Nawiliwili PASSEN3LHS. For Kaliului, per Kilauoa Hon, Sept 24 W A Whiting, Miss C A Carter, Miss M X Carter, Mr S W Stoddard, J S Smithies, & I5 deck. For Kauai, per C II Bishop. Sept. 24 WY Homer, W Bivde and son, II Eieinen-jchneider, F L Stoltz, J ttalie, F L Butler, C Miller and 25 deck. For Molokui and Maui, per Lehun, SopL 24 Mis...

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

. , Tw :ii 1 JiV' y' I T f ," '&y f ' JJ..J ; ' f1$ 1YATJBIK NOTICE. rpo ensure water for privileges con JL nccied with the Lppcr fTuutuiu Valley Reservoir, arrangements have been "made bo that water will be avail able for those between the hours of 5 a. in. to 9 n. m.; and for those on the Punrhbowl line, from Judd Hill to K piolani street, between the hours of 3 p. m. to 7 p. m., until furthc notice. CHAS. B. WILSON. S.tpi -f Water Works Honolulu. June liHh, 1333. 42 ICE I ICE! ICE from the Honolulu Ice Factory can now be had Iii. sJLny Quantity's 4'Ji To I.rt. ONE HOOM, suitable cither for a luilvur gentleman. l'leasant nnd quiet localhr, about 10 minutes walk from town. "Apply this oiflcc. 4Si tf KENNED.Y & Co., Jobbing and Kctail GrROCERS, New Goods, Fresh Goods, Jubl Received Ex " Mariposa." Campbell's Fire Proof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. P O. Box No. 2I7. 204 ly King up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announce that they their store i9 the Depo...

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

iyfVl? J- t THE DAILY BULLETIN Vol. II. No. 51G. HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1883. 8UD8CRIPTION 60 OENT8 PER MONTH pr" H'mK9w MF I fe' !f I i. $'.' I if. 8. M. CAIITKII. S. K. OlUUAif. S. M. CARTER & 00. S King Street, Honolulu, H. I. Retail Dealers in Fire Wood, Coal and Feed. WE would notify tho public, and House keepers in particular, that we keep on hand and for bale in quan tities to suit purchasers and at LOWEST RATES, fuel, as follows : Hard and Soft Woods, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Coals, and the Celebrated Wellington Mine Departure Bay Coals; Also, Blacksmith's Coal. The above can be ordered by telephone or otherwise, and immediate delivery guaranteed. GIVE XJS -A. CA.IL.Ij I Telephone, No. 187. WE ALSO KEEP IN STOCK JHCay and Oats, California and New Zealand; Barley, Whole and Ground ; Wheat, Corn Whole and Cracked ; Bran, Middlings, and other Feed. JSTOrder the above through Telephone No. 187, and we warrant quick deliver...

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

?PBfwm, HJJJSf 'm T yjgjj. n,mfc jFrimri-iiiwR sEf ?" " ,"fWrw ;-wr JF Sk- 5 r,j " i?3T ?i;r ' " ' r 1 , . 'Jim "rPW11 pkj- w , F&4fiWIQ " jv as U ',5. 3pte $pa lulldiii Wednesday, sept. 20, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINCS. EVENING. Onlm Lodge, No. 1 lv. of P. 7:30. Bethel Prnyer fleeting, nt 7 :30. Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting at 7:30. THE BIG VOLCANO AND THE LITTLE HILL. The Saturday Press accuses Mr. Walter Hill" of "going out of his way to criticise the language of the Press." It cannot be said that our contemporary "goes out of his way," in this instance, to violate every rule and principle of respectable journalism and to be personal, abusive, and vindictive; because it is the way in which he has gone all along, notably under the prescne editorial management, and this particular instance is only an imitation of countless others. Walter Hill was certainly an "em ployee of the Chronicle" and per haps "in its worst days." Helms also, within the last twenty-five years, been the emp...

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

iS&w j. -r t - 'if5. -. f, ' r asH&'e ? ?w ill " ""1 4r :f - 5 . !2 TELEPHONIC. Diamond Head, Sjpt. 2G, G:l!0 a.m Nothing in sight. ARRIVALS. Sept 25 Stmr James Miikcc, fin Kauai f Sclir Kumoi, fin Laupahoclioc v fStfnr Waitnonulo, fm Waiuiatialo Slmr Iwalani from windwards ports UEMARl URES Scpt.24. Stun Lilcclikc for windward ports Sclir Clans Spreckcls for 6 Francisco Schr Wiiielm for Waialua Schr Manuokawai for Nawiliwili "vessels leaving this day Bk C O Whitmore, for Port Town send Sclir Ilalcakala, for Ililo Schr Emma, for Ilucia I3i Caibaricn for San Francisco PASSENUbKsl For windwards ports per Likelikc, Kjpt 25lh W II Purvis, E Custer, J Richardson, D R Vida, C N Ar nold, J Stiff, G Strntineyer, T Gay, Misses Taylor, L Ileyemenn, C II Lceman, W II Lantz, Mrs Keyworth, II Bull, D K An, A Barnes, R Cat ton, A Cornwcll, Mrs Turton, R Parke, Mrs Desha, E Doyal J Du doit and 95 deck. For San Francesco per Schr Clans Spreckcls, Spt 25th II Grubmeyer, Mrs A W L Moriarty. F...

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

jpp1 ' r $& r . '"'W' Ym it fWJ tw iBriJ ( - fvr v 7 ?i wp;, ILSSMyfiwfflHi&s1 . wmimm WATJHI& XOTIOE. rpo ensure water for privileges con JL ncctcd with the Upper Nuuanu Valley Reservoir, arrangements have been made so that water will be avail able for those between the houts of C a. in. to 0 a. m.; and for those on the Punchbowl line, from Judd Hill to Ka piolani btrect, between the hours of 3 p. m. to 7 p. ra., until furthc notice. C11AS. 11. WILSON, Sup't wf Water Works Honolulu, Juno 12th, 1883. 42 ICE I ICE! ICE from the Honolulu Ice Factory can now be had In any Quantity, 41.7 To Let. ONE nOOM, sultablo cither for a lady or gentleman. Pleasant and quiet locality, about 10 minutes walk from town. Apply this ofllce. 48 tf KENNEDY & Co., Jobbing and Retail GROCERS, New Goods, Fresh Goods, JustJ Received Ex " Mariposa." Campbell's Fire-Proof Buildings No. 67 Hotel Street. P, O. Box No. 297. 261 ly Ring up Telephone No. 240. Messrs. Kennedy & Co. beg to announc...

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

qgppfyww.r "WpF mm WW ' ' JIXETIN VroL. II. No. 517. HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, SEPTEpjER 27, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION CO CENT8 PER MONTH jr2 'tK F If ' ' 7 vfc' fSPb. &fe TlEfc W ft "TIATT.VRT JIL. JS w tin A JLXJI n Hl JL . - & . 1 k t $ I J. I S. M. CAIITUK. S. V. GllAUAlt. S. M. GARTER & 00. 8 Ktnis Street, ironolulu, II. X. Retail Dkalkus in Fire "Waod, Coal and Feed. WE would notify tho public, nml House keepers in particular, that wc keep on hand and for j-ale In quan titles to suit purchasers and at LOWEST RATES, fuel, us follows : Hard and Soft Wood, Cut any lengths; Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals, Scotch Coals, and the Celebrated Wellington Mine Departure Hay Coals ; Also, Blacksmith's Coal. The above can be ordered by telephone or otherwise, and immediate- delivery guaranteed. GIVE "US A. CiLLL I Telephone, No. 187. WE ALSO KEEP IN STOCK X-y and. Oats, California and New Zealand ; Barley, Whole and Ground; Wheat, Corn Whole and Cracked ; Brau, Middlings, and othe...

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

t 'W , 1 4I,C $ 1Ml THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1883. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. EVENING. lUothly meeting Y. M. C. A., 7:30. at OPINION OF THE COUNTRY. We have jiibl received news from jvoua mat me electioneering cam paign in Ihatilislrict lias been opened by large meetings of natives and foreigners held at llookcna. Ad dresses were made by Messrs. Pili po, Nahinu and W. S. Brash and the advisability of returning an in dependent candidate was strongly advocated so that the requirements of the district might not be forgotten in political differences, stronc; senti ments of dissatisfaction being ex pressed at the conduct of their late representatives. The feeling of the meetings was unanimously opposed to the present administration and many of their recent actions were strongly criticized ; reference was also made to Mr. Gibson's canvasser who had been vainly trying to pre judice the ".simple and ignorant" voters. Messrs. Naliinu ami Kaohe were named as probable candidates for youth Ivona district an...

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

m- fQfe n, r e. " 4- m mm I MmvuBiennnvmi TELEPHONIC. Diamond Head, Sept. 27, C:!30 n.m Selir Cntcrinn off port ARRIVALS. Sept 20- Scln Gen Scigle from Waiunac ueharTures" Sept. 20 Selir Halcnkuln, for llilo Selir Emma, for llecin Bk Caibarieu for Sun Francisco Schr (Jon Seiglo for Ivooluu Scln Lcahi for Ivoliolalcle VESSELS" LEAVING THIS DAY Stint' Jsis Alukec for Knuni St'hr Mary Foster for Kona Sclir Knuikonouli for Ilonokaa Selir Kclcauluolii for Ilanalei PASSENGLWS. For San Francisco, per Caibaricn, Sept 20 Mrs It More & child, L M Bcttman, M Snlir, W It Coleman, D C Lenehan. Special Announcement JUST DECEIVED . Imported expressly for XMIE LOUVRE OF BRUSSELS, Lines of Brocaded Silks, Lines of Satins and Siks, Immense Stock of Embroidery, REAL LACES, mitation Laces, Tablo Linens, Napkins. Towels, Truns Valises, Satchels, Gent's Clothing And Furnishing Goods. "While Goods Piqued, Laeons, Ribbons Tcriumciy Gloves. European Jewelry, Parasols. A line assortment of Silk Handkerch...

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