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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 June 1882

rwf TELEPHONIC. Dmiondnend, Juuo 2T, 0:30 a.m. Light K. wind'. Schr Kalinin off port. t-4 June 27 Schr Knliuia from Mallko v Departures.? June 25 Schr Marion for Puiialiiii. Stm Lehua for Mojokni and Maui Stm Kilaiica ITqu for Kahului Stm Mokolii for Koolau. Sclir Lcahi for Koholalelo ,. Sclir Wuiclui for Onomcn Vessels JCjeaving this day. Stmr LikclikolforHilo Stmr..Vnimnnalo"'f6fr "Walinaiuilo StutffJ R'Bishop foriKauai Sehr'Pohoiki for Pohoild ... Schr Knuift'caouli for Honoftna Sclir Gen Seigclfor Waialna" Schr Jennie Walker for Laupaboo Schr Mana for Paauhau . Passengers. For Kahului, per Btmr Kilauca Hon, June 20th Dr Meeker, AC Siulson, II R Smythe, 0 C Swain, E G "Winston, P Hcmnnd, D Kea wcamahi, A Atkinnon, jr.,. A. Alex ander ' and-about'40 deck. Vessels in Port Gcr bk Stella, Sommer Haw brig Xlulto, Cameron Anijbk Forest Quocn, Winding Ain bark hvaid May, Johnson llrlt.lik Lady I.amp.son, Mvrston Bk Anna Preclit, Holler Am bk Camden, Vessels .Expected. Rig Nnmc From Duo ...

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. — 27 June 1882

jPWW1 w' ,,,fflis;' " " "-WP!QW'jw'm ' ' ? $ W!ff?!BIWP ''''ipipM " w ,Ari viwrw - mmr f ? K M. McINEIlSfY, Importer and Dealer Jn Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trurilcs, Valises, Traveling Bog, Watches, Diamonds, Jewolery and Buver-ware, otc. NorthoaBt Coraor of Tort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can always be found Full Lines of Superior burnishing Goods, K&- Call and Select one of thoie Celebrated -t Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (92) Biucc Cartwrlght. "W. Union Feed Company -CARRIES THE- iargestand Best Stock ' HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantee! to keep a full supply constantly on hand. 52 BSTSend order to Dr. De Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor has' lust returned from a tour around the Islands, and holds flat tering recommendations from numerous mrtuagcre and prlvato owners of horses for his skill and capabilities in curing all manner of ...

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. — 28 June 1882

im -jury "3 ;r- -- .-F, 1- - BULLETIN .iu PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. V No. 127. HONOLULU, H. I.,' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1882. Subscription SO Cent per Month. ,'.& ? ,. K. '1HE MlLYM ' '-THE DAILY "BlLLETIN Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the 'town, and for- , warded to,, the other Islands by every ) opportunity;'.! Subscription, , ; 50 cents per month. -H.L. Sheldon, .... Editor.' All business communications to bead. oregjcu, , jw.kobkutbon & ;uo. " No Eyes. The indifferent, - unobserving hus band in a sore trial to his wife. He ' returns from his' business at evening. During his absence' throughout the livelong day the wife has been busy mind and hands 'preparing some little surprise, some unexpected pie sure to make his home more attrac tive than ever. He enters, seemingly sees not what was done to please him more than if he 'were a blind man, and 'has nothing moreto say "about 'it than if he were "dumb. -Many a loving wife has born iu her ...

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. — 28 June 1882

jfr W1" ; n V ! t Iff." , iuri8fi?r m' ' ' K ; ft f WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1882. A PUBLIC LOAN. Ah a general rule, when govern ments , borrow money, it ahould bo for the currying out of reproductive work for the public good. JJL'o borrow for such n purpose, is ofton sound policy, particularly in now countries. 3 3t is frequently found that the ordinary revenue-' of a coun try will not admit of certain extra ordinary expenditures that every body concedes would bo for the general benefit roads, bridges, wharves, &c, and in such caseB statesmen consider it wise to have recourse to a loan. It is not (true that all extraordinary expenditures of this kind ultimately involve corres pondingly heavy taxation. Roads nnd bridges, for instance, open a country mid develop itslateut wealth. Uninhabited and inaccessi ble wildernesses become peopled and cultivated. Thus the number of tax-payers is increased, and the bur den that would bear heavily on the low is borne' cosily by tho many. What a po...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 June 1882

(Tvy. iT, -" ' - T t W " "TW"' '"' 7 '?wr --r"; w!r -JTiqffiipft;''. mmffi KV C3G pnckngca of 'sugar .cnnio to hand slucoVcdtcrclay morning.- -" TELEPHONIC. f ' Dim'ond'HcaG, June 28,0:30 a.m. Xigh't N.E. wind. Stmr Jumcs Mnkcc off port. ' si Arrivals. Juno 28 Stmr Jna Mnkcc from Knuat Sch Kckauluohl from llanalci Departures. June 27 Stmr Likoliko for HhV Stmr WftimAnalo for Watraanalo Stm C 11 'Bishop for Knuai Schr Ppholki for Pohoiki 'Schr KauHcenaull for Ilonokna Sollr Qeh'Bclg6l:for Waialua 'Sdir.jJonnl'o -AYolkor-.f or;Laupahoo Schr Mana for, Panuhau 'rr Bk'"ForcsfQdfecn.-forSah Francisco Sch Koala for. Waianao - Vessels Leaving this day. .Schr Kaluha for Maliko , " &chr Catcrina for' llanalci Passengers.. For Kauai per &"R Bishop, June 27 Hon PLscnbcrg, S "W Wilcox 'Kndwifc.'Dr J"W SmttH, Mrs H Chnrmani Mrs A S .Wilcox, E.Kruse, F Ridait$B . Easier; .Mrs T Lihau and about 25 deck passengers. : For Windward Ports per Likclike, . "June 27 Miss Hattie .Forbes, PN Mnkcc, ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 June 1882

MKS B?VT $.' r, ' ' r M M..MCINEKNY, Importer and Dealer In Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc. Gents' Furnishing Goods, ,Truriks, Valises, Traveling Baga, Watches, Diamonds, Jewclcry and Silver-ware, etc. Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Ilonolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT; Can nlways be found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, CST" Call and Select ono of those Celebrated "8 Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 13 (32) Bruce Cartwjlght. , W. ,, Union Feed Company . CARRIES THE Largest and ' HAY, GRAIN Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply constantly on hand. EgPSend orders to A. W. BUSH, 'Fort St., Honolulu. 52' Dr. De Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor has! iust returned from a tour around the Islands, anu noias nat tering recommendations from numerous miiniisrers and nrlvato owners of horses for his skill and capabilities in curing all manner of diseases ana compiamis In stock. All oiders to be...

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. — 29 June 1882

a' " ' " ' fc te --f trVViHP4ywjVYWli!rt'o. KMWiWMwWWf 0i ". -fir .. .TB' uB, , . 1. M t V A BULLETIN ir 11 ; -1..B,-1 vJ i b&u J , Btf 9' PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. F No. 128. IfoNOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1882. Rubucrlptlon 80 tenia per Uunft, afibsri r iB I'! II f7 B i H ;.. li I Am ' i I ,5Ieuks& n jv . ih m a tm sm i i- n-h-Mt id m x i , THE DAILY BULLETIN , Is' published every morning', and cir culated, throughout the town, and for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity.- ' Subscription,. - 50 cents per montii. II. L. Sheldon; - Kdltor. Alt business communications to be ad dressed,' J. VT. Rotntltrsox & Co. HowCariyle Served a Vjtritof. Thomas Carlylo's powers of clieck ing undue forwardness arc the theme" of uumeVouBaucpdj6tC9', tbb , most characteristic'' Of 'Well is the f ollbwing, which is literally true :- A preSUmingjfellojx wlio had been broiigntlto dine with' him by a com mon frlend,legan to speak -slight-.ingly of his great her...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 June 1882

I ? V '.'7 -v W & -? If f I flift jailg lulkfiifc THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1882. HIQH BENTS, High rents do not help a country's advancement, especially when put on Hb cnltivatahlo soil. To the contrary, they arc a clog to progress. This is one of the existing obstacles to J I awnii's prosperity. Wo speak move particularly for the districts surrounding Honolulu. Consider able of the auible laud here is under the control of men who aro willing to lease, but at such a high figure as to make it unprofitable to tho lessee" In some instances an annual rent of sixty and seventy dollars per aero is asked for a short lease of unfenccd and uncleared land. The cost of clearing, fencing, and preparing for cultivation would probably exceed the gross proceeds of the first two crops. To a native Hawaiian or a white man such routs aro simply pro hibitive. The consequence is that the bulk of tho tillable land in and around Honolulu is cithor being cul tivated by Chinamen or remains wasto and unproduct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 June 1882

iWK J fSTr T. "TT f . MS' is aesri vy Vj 1?". . TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, June 29, 0:30 ft.to. Light N.E. wind. " , Nothing in "Bight. . Arrivals. Juno 28 Schr Ullama from Kohnla. Stm Waitnannlo from Wnimonalo Stm Haleakola from Pcpcckco r Depastures. Juno 28 Schr KaluriaforMaliko Schr Catcrfna for Hanolcl Vessels Leaving this day. Bk Stella for San Francisco. Bk Lady Lampson for San Francisco Schr Kekauluohi for Hanalel. Passengers. Vessels in Fort' Ocr bk Stella; Sommer Haw brig NlnltoCatucron ,.. Am bark Kdwarcl May, Johnson Brit bk Lady Lampson, aforston Bk Anna rrecht, Holler ' Am bk Camden, Vessels JSxpeoted. ItlC Kami Frm Da Bk Paradox, fm Ncvcastlc-on-Tyno, Jy GrblcAdolPb.fraNewcastle-on'TyneJn Haw bk Kale, fm Bremen Sept Haw bk Iolanl, from Bremen, Oct Bk Josefa, fm Cardiff, Ahg Bk Oberon, fm Liverpool, Aug Br bk Olengabcr, fm Liverpool, . Am tern Eva from Humboldt, June Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston Sp Brit ship British Ambassador, NC.N8W . Am bk Adella'carleton fm Nc, NS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 June 1882

5-v? : ?&- s . : v ,". V KV. mW . it1 I M. Mc;INEf;Y, Importer and Dealer in Clothing, Boots andJShoes, Perfumery Toilet Articles, Fookot Cutlery, etc., etc. Gents! tiurfiishing ftoofyunTcs$ iValises.i Traveling Dags, Watches, Diamonds, dewoicry ana iivcr-wure, i. Northeast Comer of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. . AT THI5 WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT CaJvalwftys,bo, found, , .i - , , t , Full Lines of gdpoilFfirnisffin'-6kods,. $Mk wy WBSBmffgsmmmammmmin km, ,. TTJaHAY, JUNE 2Bfjlfl82. Tho SoUtoncsa of thaxons. Tho . Saxons nro a vry polity people so over-polito thatthey not unfrequenlly bring dovrnj ridicule upQ&KbThsolvcs. It u&cjl, to bo lolcljin Dresden that astrangcr in tho city gwas ono day crossing the bridgerthat spans thbEjbe, anil asked & ""native to bo dkacJtQ&lto, a certdinTlchurch, which .hoHished to And. ft'4 . " ru.-Z -:'. imp'orters'.inft'biniertln" ',,i;'"u'l - Hurdware,;! Agricultural -Implements, '" ' House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils,'Yarni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 June 1882

mSmW '"- rgri-v '"'iSrTjj? v""-" -t. 55 TTcn&lE - -" 3PHC '.amp OTr .- l - " ' & fob -' T THE BULLETIN PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. Ho. 129. HOjTOLTJLU, H. I., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 188(2. Subscription 60 tents per Month. --" ,-. .W2iixs& '''"" - "SKIswJT & DAILYB THE DAILY BULLETIN Ik published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, -" 50 cents per month. II. L. Siiumion, - - - . Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, J. V. liOUKUTSON & Co. How He Was Cored of Swearing John came iff and inquired whether dinner -was ready, an J was told it was not. lt Well, wliy in the devil isn't it?' said he. "Becauce," she coolly replied, " the wood was so wet that the fire wouldn't burn." " Why, Mary, what is the matter with you? Are you crazy, or have you been drinking?" "Neither," alio replied, and quietly proceeded to put on dinner. The beef didn't melt like butter betw...

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. — 30 June 1882

,i V. iP u I r . $Uc pailjs lulWii(. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1882. THE HAWAIIAN BAND. Whatever dissatisfaction may have been expressed regarding tlio sup port of Hie military of this Kingdom, no one objects to a liberal vote for the support of the Royal Hawaiian ISimd. Many thoughtful people look unon our army, so called, nB n useless and expensive luxury; but . the. Biuno people consider the Band in u different light. In fact, the Hand while being a luxury is more than a luxury it has become an in dispensable necessity. Honolulu life ' would bo dull and monotonous in deed without it, as instanced during ils short well-enrucd annual vaca tions. Moreover, tlio Hawaiian Hand is public property, and every body has an equal share in the pleasure it affords. It is not an in stitution for the rich or the poor, for the native or the foreigner; but it is everybody's institution, and every body feels, or should feci, that it is for everybody's good. On all festive occasions, Saturday after noons an...

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. — 30 June 1882

1? ; -r , ' "" " "TO$V?1 r-v i- vlfP,iffWr-l.- T"- ,.- r-srjrg-?, as IS i TELEPHONIC. Ditnond Head, June 30, 0:30 u.ni. Light N.K. wind. Nothing in sight. Arrivals. Juno 30 Stm Iwalnni, from Konn and Knu Sell Nettie Mcrril from Lnhniua Schr Wniniulu from Kcokca. Stuir Mokolii fioin Koalau. Departures. Juno 29 Sclir Koknuluohi for Hanalet. Vessels Leaving this day. Bk Lady Lampson for San Francisco Bk Stella for San Francisco Stm Jns Makcc for Kauai Schr Uilama for Hanalci. . Schr Waioli for Kcokca. Passengers. From Windward Porta, per Iwa lani, June 80 Antonc, L Turner, Miss Yatos, H Cormvcll, J W Smith, W II Stone, 15 P Adams, Mrs 1) Crowninghurg and about 70 deck passengers. . Vessels in Port Gcr bk Stella, Sommcr Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron Am bark Kdwaul May, Johnson Brit bk Lady Lampson, Mvralon !k Anna l'reeht, Holler . Vessels Expected. Itli; Nnmo Prom Duo Ilk Paradox, fm Ncwcastlc-on-Tyne, Jw Gr bKAuoipn,im jNewcastic-ou-xync jn Haw bk Kale, fm llrcinen Sept Haw bk Iolanlfrom B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 June 1882

im m . t-. M. MCINERMY, . Importer and Dealer In Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Tucket Cutlory, etc., etc. Gents9 Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Hag, Witches, Diamonds, Jewolery and Silver-ware, etc. NorthcaRt Comer of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can always he found ' Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods, CST Call and Select ono of thoso Colobrated a Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (33) OBJiBfMiHJMjffiajiNiUJiUPJiIlfiH Bruce Cartwrlght. W. Union Feed Company CARRIES THE Largest and Best Stock -ov- HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply constantly oil 'hand. r,? 2gTSorul orders to Dr. Do Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor has! just returned from a tour around tho Islands, and holds flat- ti.ft.wv vswmmmitrwffitinnu f mm nnmfiroilK munugerh and private owners' of horses lor ma skiu aim cnpaimiucs iu uunug all manner of diseabes and complalftta 411 ti.ww. All order...

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. — 1 July 1882

":,f'v ' 'FVWftfQttnFr7Triwa vr"" f"f !m' F'FW THE DAILY BULLETIN PUBLISHED BY J. W. EOBERTSON & Co. lSro. 130. HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1882. .Subvrrlptlnn SO rents per Mouth. WWTWfi 1 1$ "" "A 7 v I' N THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every niornlnj;, mid cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Ulnnds by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 cunts per month. II. I.. Siiki.do.v, - - . . Editor. All business communications to bond dressed, .f. W. IlouKitTbOX & Co. One for tho Deil I About thirty years ago the cause) of temieranee had but little head way in Scotland, more especially ju the rural districts, where excess did not exhibit its frail characteristics so often as witnessed in tho large cities and towns. In JMuthill, Perthshire, there lived at the period spoken of two individuals, 'who held opinions of their own upon every public ques tion that transpired. One of tliem was 'the Rev. Mr. "W , the pnrishj minister, a poruy, goou Jiving man, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 July 1882

f iMy.wt'ni-- x- t i ilfMlu 1tt""k SATIT.DAY, .U'LY 1, 1WJ, ROAD REPAIRING. Systematic and timely repair of public thoroughfares is a tiling little practiced by iu' road authorities. Tin1 roads :uul streets are construct ed sit :i heavy cost, iiml often conti nued in use until completely worn out, ho to speak, without any fur ther cure. Then comes jinotlter heavy outlay for re-making. Whcre as, a little timely attention and fill ing up of small holes as they appear, would require hut little money and cause the roads fo last douhlu as long, to Miy nothing of the. henellt to the public. ' A Mitch in time saves nine," is as true of roads as of clothes. At the present time some of our comparatively newly con structed highway! arc showing signs of wear and should have immediate attention. Take, for instance, the continuation of Ucretnnia street, out on the plains beyond the limits of the town-proper. There arc a nmii Iter of'sn'mll ruts broken through the surface crust, that could be men...

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. — 1 July 1882

TELEPHONIC. Diinond Head, July 1, 0:',I0 sun Liht N.E. wind. Sch Mantiukuwnl and Knnln 8 miles off to leeward. Arrivals. June .'10 Stiiir Lehiui from Mnui and 3lblokui July 1 Stmr Kilauoii Hon from Knhului Kehr JIury K Foster from Knu. Schr Pnuulii from Ookala. Departures. June !50 Ilk Lady Luinpson for San Francisco Ilk Stella for San Francisco Stin Jnn Mukcu for Kauai Schr TJilama for Hunalei. Schr Waioli for Keokeu. Schr Nettie Morrill for Lalinina Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Ihdeakala for Pcpekeo, nt-i pm Passengers. For Knuni, per Jaw Makec, June flOth Miss It Thompson, S B Dole, A' II Rice, liM'Klnnon. From Muui and Molokai, per stmr Lclitin, June 30th Oscar Uniui, M Ronton and 25 deck. f From Kaliului, per Kilatiea Hou, July 1 W A Bosque, J E Cummins, Major Weeks, Mr Wilson. W A Bailey, W E Smith and about 50 deck passengers. Vessels in Port Haw brig Nlnlto. Cameron Am bark Kdward May, Johnson Uk Anna Preeht. M oiler .Vessels Expected. Jtli; Name Kunn Unci 31k Paradox, fm ...

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. — 1 July 1882

E , ? 8 B- V ' if' a E :,fP""iiiiiwiri " ! UiWUlVlfcilWWMIllMlJIiyrWWfjrlAJIrtHfctmKHfcWTllMMllilllMlMtliaiWWAM M. MINERNY, Importer niul Dealer In Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc. Gen f.s' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling IJsign, Watches, Diamonds, .Tewelery and Silver-ware, etc. Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can nlwnys he found Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods, CSV Call and Scloct one of thoso Celebrated "a Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (32) E&-r3Hv.9?sei!SfaisB.ujatfKe; ltrticn Cnitwriuht. W. nion Eeed Company -CARRIES Largest and -OK- HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply constantly on hand. r2 TScnil orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. ' -. Dr. Do Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor lias- just returned from u tour around the Islands, and holds Ilut terlnj? recommendations from numerous iiinu-i.riirH n...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 3 July 1882

r n;p PWTV e $ ," THE DAILY BULLETIN ri ! PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. I No. 131. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, JULY 3, 1882. Sulxfrlpllon SO Itnts per JJonth. -i" . K I a!w 1 , r ft !i h 4 Sii 1 i I V Ll THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning, nnd cir culated throughout the town, mid for warded to the other Islands by ctcry opportunity. Subscription, - GO cents per month. H. I.. Siikldon Kdltor. All business communications to bead dressed) J. V. Koiikuihon Si Co. That's Just Me. Years ago into n wholesale, grocery store walked a tail, muscular man evindently a fresh comer from homo backwoods town in Maine or New Hampshire. Accosting the first per son ho met, who happened to be the merchant himself, ho asked, " You don't want to hire u man in your btorc, do you?" "Well," said the merchant, "I don't know. " What can you do?" "Do?" said the man, "I rather guess I can turn my hand to almost anything. What do you want done?" " Well, if 1 was to hire a man, it would be one t...

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. — 3 July 1882

m- I (1 t " ni MONDAY, Jt'IA' , 1882. STEAMS R SUBSIDY. The mutter of subsidy to foreign HlCiiiuorH, alluded to in our lust issue 1i' si correspondent, is one of public interest. The item of 850,000 plaecd in tliu Appropriation Hill by the Government has been referred t a hpucinl committee. The com mittee law not yet reported to the Legislature. Wlmt the committee will recommend or what will be the fniaid actio of the House, remains to liu seen. Hitherto the Pacific Mail Company's steamers have been suli sidised by voles of past Legislatures', and they arc the only steamers that have had any semblance of a claim, because t!vy are the only ones that have given us any regular connec tion with the outer world. But we are now to have, a rival line, of which the Suez is the pioneer vessel. If wc arc to continue subsidising ocean steamers and it appears to be taken for granted that wc must the question to bettlo is this, which of the two lines has the better claim to recognition from our ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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