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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 July 1882

!W?" fPS mm Ockni flbjWf ""' f-rmwwfPT V t fc hv 'TELEPHONIC. J)imom llead, July 14, 6:'A0 a, in Light N. wind. Schr Kunhi nbout 5 miles off. " ' Arrivals. July 1 1 Sclir Nettie Men ill from Lnhninn. Schr Kuliimnim from llnwnli. Departures. July 13 Slmr Iwalani for Konn and Knu. Schr Julia for South Se.v Islands. Schr Ilulcakala for Hawaii. Schr Pniiahi for llannikuft. Vossols Leaving this day. Bark Kulaknua for San Francibco. Stmr Jus Makce for Kauai. Schr Prince for Kukulhaclc. Schr Liholilio for Koloa. Schr Manafor HaUalau. LU'liFfU XU.SUI 1'-Lil-ll I g Passengers. For.Kona and Kaiij per Iwalani, July 13 Chas Sylva, Kldrcss Phoebe, Sister Albcrtina, Sister May Clare, Sister Beatrice, Kcv C 12 Gro acr, F Ricdcl, C V Kingslcy, V II Webb, F Borginan, A Sinclair, (4 Armstiong, C Mangles, Miss Kmma and Lizzie Mnugals, Master II Man--gels, II Luce, and about T5 deck. Vessels in Port. Am bk W II Almy, Ficcman llaw bk Kalakaua, Digg Haw biig Ninlto, Cuniirou Am bark Ldwaid May, Johnson A...

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 July 1882

W' -V'""''? W'' X"1 tfV- ppw ooKWHi ft'I f . i . ..... '.I. i ' .,J!ii.tmmi BPy hi ?' l fl,.v. ' K I' !$:. W V & -" f M. MCINERNY, Importer and Dealor hi Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, l'ocket Cutlery, etc., cto. Geids Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Bags, Watches, Diamonds, Jtiwelory and SUrer-warc, etc. Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT Can always be found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, CST Call and Select one of thoso Colobrated 8 Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 13 (31) Bruce CartwrlKht. TV. Union Feed Company CARRIES THK Largest and Best Stock HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, nnd guarantees to keep a full supply constantly on hand. 82 EsT'Sond orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. Dr. Do Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor has just returned from a tour urouud the Island, and holds flat terliu; it-commendations fromnumeious inatiagcrn and private owners of horses fo...

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 July 1882

19! m' '''frnm " "W 'I"WB11 jFmwwmm?mMmwmwrye' wSHm THE DAILY BULL PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. -No. 142. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1882. MW&&&MAZ& ';. .. .. ' ETIN1 m KiibKcrliUInn t 50 Unit per Month. J' THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other Inland') by uvcry opportunity. Subscription, - CO cents per month. ILL. Shki-don, - - - . Editor. All business communication to be ad dressed J. VT. Rodkutson &Co. It'imut bo distinctly understood that we are In no way responsible for tho oplnloiiR expressed by coricspondcuts. The Nihilist Women. The remarkable types of Nihilist women arc well-known. Vera Sas Biilitch, whose shot inaugurated ter rorism, was the most modest of her sex. In tho court room she blushed when she perceived any one staring at her. Lyity Figncr, an accom plished lady and a charming singer, got eight years in the Siberian mines by sitting in a parlor playing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 July 1882

.i-j v?-irwmftp!fp OTir ' $$ wg&MW'' sSKKKKKttHSKIMWw L- , ijrt- -rwM.wv-Ti i ' v fv-wHwiraiivav.A-ViiT ., m r (i'.t .U.W y .51" 'St & & te ft ess Ch fil tillclin. SATl'HDAY, Jl'LY IB, 1882. AN UNDESIRABLE OFFICE. It wo were ever so unfortunate as to become one of the " powers that be," that Is to say, u Cabinet Minister, and wo hail a personal vneiny whom we wished to punish ; we know just what we would do -with the fellow we'd make him President of the Board of Health. It' in time, the duties and responsi bilities, real or fancied, that pertain to that ofllec, did not sulllce to fill to overflowing his cup of alllietion, wo don't know what would. We were Bet into this train of reflection yesterday morning in our walk along King street, by observing in close proximity to tho sidewalk, an omin ous looking wooden cross with some hieroglyphics inscribed thereon. On closer inspection, the cross was iound to surmount a large pile of street sweepings, and its segment bore thi...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 July 1882

--.-.- . - ..,-- ., . w . ,.-. .... . ' " '"" "" -- - -. - - ' ' ' ' i n ! '" "" 5 TELEPHONIC. Diinoml Head, July IS, 0:'.0 a.m Light N. E. wind. Sttn C. 11. Bishop 8 miles to lee ward. Sehrs Knluna and Gen Siegel C miles to leeward. ArrivalB. July 14 Schr kaala from "Wniannc. Stmr Mokolli from Koolau. July 10 Stmr Lclnia from Molokai and Maui Stmr C It Bishop from Kauai Departures. July U Schr Maim for Hakalau. Stmr Jns Makcc for Kauai. Bark Kalakaua for San Francisco. Schr Prince for Kukuihaclc. Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Liholiho for Koloa. Bark II. "W. Almy for San Fran. Stmr Tiiumph for San Francisco. Passengers. For San Francisco, per bark Kalu kaun, July 14 E 1 Woods, J B Taylor. For Kauai, per Jas Makcc, July 14 tn airs bncrman, V I Horcnson, Lieut. Roberts, F. Cater. A MvFcc. P P Kanoa, W F Grant, Miss Mar ion Moore, Mrs Wright and 2jchiU dreu, and 17 deck. Vessels in Port. Am bk W H Almy, Ficcman Ilaw brig Nlnlto, Cameron Am bark Edward May, Johnson Am bgtnc W. G. Irwi...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 July 1882

rnmymm!1''' ,yjit 'PS' tr: WKWtimHiSfcfllihfl 'iniEKnBMfiSSIMitK&flMBMHiflttMMIittMSH lgg v 6;. K i mr m fi-j K ft 'J. , SB m m. mc Importer utid Dealer in Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, I'ooket Cutlery, etc., etc. Gents1 Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Hags, Watches, Diamond", Juuclcry and Silver-ware, otc. Northeast Comer of Fort and Merchant MB., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT Can always bo found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, C6T Call and Select one of those Celebrated "a Gold Medal Waltham Watches May l'J (-12) llrucc Cnrtwrlght. TV. Union Feed Company -CARRIES T1IE- Largest and -or- HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantors to keep a full supply constantly on hand. fl2 J2?Suik1 orders to Dr. Do Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor lias just returned from a tour around tho Inlands, and holds llat-ti-rliiL' recommendation" from numerous manager, and private owners of horses lor his skill and capabilitie...

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. — 17 July 1882

iWW '!,!PPPPPPPI, ,lli(fWiPf8i6MnB Minims HfS-j THE DAILYBULLETIN 11 PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. r Tir ltv No. 143. HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 17, 1882. Subscription CO lents per .Month, 5 fc I v s i ' y U' to A I. i f n t I ' .? H w V, t ir: -! TxM j SsJpr i p WW w THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published cTcry morning, and cir culated throughout tho town, nnd for warded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 60 cents par month. II. L. Sheldon, .... Editor. All business communications to bead dressed, J. W. Robektson & Co. It must bo distinctly understood that we nre In no way responsible (or tho opinions expressed by correspondents. Thoy Didn't Lynch Him In the piooner days of Michigan a horse thief or murderer stood as good a chance of being hung up to a limb ai one of those characters docs now in tho far West. One night, about thirty years ago, a stranger, who had not only stolen a horso, but shot one of his pursuers, was overhauld near DoWitt, Clinton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 July 1882

VSSSBWPTsWPW?!" mtmmm' '"3a ,.,.- .1 i -Lf-i- """ ' '. - ' i LJ J- "' , 5 v: )a jjgnlletiife A10Nim.JLLY 17, 1832. FfitTIT OKOWING AND PEE BEliVINO. Some few weeks since, the Bclix tiv had some thoughts, editorially expressed, mi the advisability of our Making some effort for tlio develop ment of the agricultural resources of the country, other limn production simply of sugar mid rice, aud pointed generally to the fact that tlieie are very many articles that ore easily grown here Mid which yield abundantly, but to the utilizing of which scarcely any attention is now paid. We now nolo with pleas ure that the lion. Mr. 1'ilipo, Re presentative from North Kona, lias apparently adopted similar views) ou this subject, and has brought in a bill entitled " An Act for the en couragement of Agriculture." It appropriates the modest sum of three thousand dollars for the bien nial period, with which tho Minister of the Interior is to import for gra tuitous distribution, new and valuable varieti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 July 1882

1P8W$ TELEPHONIC. Diniond Hum, July 17, 0:30 a.m Light "wind in the chauncl. Bark Calbnrieu nnd sell Wnitnnlu off port. Arrivals. July 10 Star Likeliko from Hawaii & Maui Stmr Kilnucii llsu from Kahulul Stmr Wnlmaimlo from Waunanalo Sclir Jennie Walker from Hawaii Schr Gcu Sigcl from Waialua July 17 Stmr Slioz from San Francisco Departures. July 15 Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahnina Schr Liholilio for Koloa. Hark H. W. Almy for San Fran. Stmr Triumph for Snn Francisco. Vessols Leaving this day. Schr Kaluna for Kauai Schr Laalii for Koliolalelc Schr Manuokawai for llilo. ijj iJiii i 'i. ' l: Lmujj'm gegg Passengers. From Windward Torts, per stmr Likclike, July 1G Mrs Hitchcock and 2 children, J McGlinchy, F A L Measwin, C Sup, L Akain'u, F W Mclland, A C Lockwood, O Otto and wife, E Clina, 13 Muson, S 1$ Rose, II Johnson, Mrs II B Mont gomery, Mrs T li Tisdaie, Koki, W II Purvis, J W Kuakini, J Ronton, G F Holms, H Bradley, T R Walker and wife, H Cornwell, Mrs Benson and child, Mrs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 17 July 1882

pffp &vqNIPpi& ,i -ww iflSBffifiHrlft WffV1 wV- r 6Prrw ,jrp5V . ,v.j . ? ti7.tfMDE!3I!2iffi ti & 74 .' " 1 Fi t . -n I'-- & ffr.Tl r Ui. tenon M. MCINERNY, Importer and Dealer In Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pocl.pt Outleiy, cto., etc. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Hugs Watches, Diamonds, Jewolory and 811vor-warc, etc. Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT Can always be found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, BSS Call and Select one of thoso Celebrated "a Gold Medal Waltham Watches Jlay 12 (32) m Hi 1 1. 1 n wvmsmsaBm Bruce Cartwrllit. W. Union Feed Company -CARRIES THE- Largest and Best Stock HAY, GKAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply constantly on hand. 52 KgTEend orders to Dr. Do Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor lias just returned from a tour around the Islands, and holds flat tering recommendations from numerous managers ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 July 1882

-t M- ' . ' ' . ' ' - . ft "1 THE DAILY BULLETIN Sir, PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co No. 1-14. HONOLULU, II. 1., TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1882. Subscription I lenli per Month. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every uiuinliig, and cir culated throughout the town, nud for warded to the other Islands by ovcry opportunity. Subset lptlon, - 60 cents psr mouth. II. I.. Sni'.r.noN, .... Editor. AH business communications to bond dressed, J. W. RodI'.utho.v fc Co. It must bo distinctly understood that we nrc In no wuy responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents. Tho Patter of tho Shingle. "When the nngry passion gathering in mv mother's" face I see, And she leads ino to the bed-room gu- tly lays me on her knee, Then I know that I will catch It, nud my flesh, In fancy, itches, As I listen for the patter of the shingle on my brcechcrs. Every tinkle of the shingle has an echo und a sting, And a thousand burning fancies into active being spring; And a thousand bees and hornets 'ncat...

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. — 18 July 1882

mmmmm&mm- wmjjfm' " '" "' ' --fPf r f.M it i ft,. v k '; V th ft. Jv. T' ,.,... ....i .ii .LU..J.. Li,-.... .. u .1 i h-jmi-j bbj . JSJ.LliL-.IJ L L-S - X ht .Jlaila Wi : cr TUfiSDAV, ll'LV 18, 1882. BLAINE'S HAWAIIAN POLICY. TlwCulciuro Timrsot July 3rd prints n lonjr letter of lustructious written by Secretary of State Blaine, to Gen. Coiuly, V. S. Minister Resi dent t Honolulu, under date of December 1st, 1881. Wo quote several paragraphs a of peculiar in terest to our render : " Mv lute; instructions, and espe cmlly that ?( the l'Jth ultimo, will have shown you the deep interest with which the United States ob serves tiie coutbe of events lit the Hawaiian Island. The apparent disposition to extend other influences therein on linen parallel to or off Betting our own, must tic watched with care and with considerable firmness. 11 This Government has on pre vious occasions been brought face to face with tho rpiestiou of n protect orate over the. Hawaiian Uroup. it has, ay often ...

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. — 18 July 1882

Wf??mtP'" " fff?TO "TTW8ff!S8fffi8IX3t ti?S$: "-vt''TiT C05 packages of sugar and 50 eorda of wood came to hand since last report. TELEPHONIC. Dnnond Head, July 18, G:30 n.m Light N.E. wind, Nothing in Bight. Arrivals. July 17 Bk Caibaricn from San Frnncisqo Schr Pohoiki from Puna Schr Manuokawai from Nawiliwili Schr Waimalu from Kona Departures. July 17 Strar Mokolii for Koolau Stmr Lchua for Molokai and Maul Stmr C R Bishop for Kauai Schr Kaluna for Kauai Schr Laahi for Koholalolc Vessels Leaving this day. Stmr Likelikc for Hilo Stmr Kiiauca Hou for Kahului Schr It A "Wcntworth for Waianaa Schr Kulamanu for Molokai Passengers. From San Francisco, per Suez, July 17 A B Sprcckcla, J Hacndcl, H P Baldwin, Gr P Bishop, J Whit tington, D M Crowley. For Molokai and Maui, per Lchua July 17 Mr M'Colgan, Miss Love, Master M'Corrister, C H Parker, T II Lucas. Vessels in Port. Brit stm Suez, Dodd Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron Am bark Edward May, Johnxon Am bcthe W. O. Irwin, Turner Ant bk Calburl...

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. — 18 July 1882

RV7 ' Rl ift ? ' .'H t& W ' i Hi 3iiIfWPT j! i , 1 IIUBlsinMkF? wF S M.'MCINERNY, importer ms1 Oteler. It Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, octet Cutlary,. etc., oto. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Hug, WatchcIHamomU, Jowetery and SHvor-ware, etc. Northcunt Corner of Ifort and Mcrchimt sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT Cua always- b found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, EST Call and Select one of those Celebrated "8 , Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (32) jiuiuiiiii,ijiiiiiiiiiiMii nji'iu'i i'u W. S. Luce. Bruce Cartwrlght. Union Feed Company -CARRIES Largest and -or- HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of AU description, and guarantees to keep a full supply constantly on hand. 32 ESond orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. Dr. Be Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor has Just returned from, a tour around tho Islands, and holds nat tering recommendations from numerous manaucrti and private owners of homes lor his skill and c...

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. — 19 July 1882

pBBB1 n'wrpy "gmppppilWJWPP " 'fiMwiwyiy THE DAILYmBULLETIN PUBLISHED BY J. W. EOBERTSON & Co. No. 145. HONOLULU, H. I., "WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1882. Subscription SO I'cnt per Month. THE DAILY' BULLETIN Is published overy morning, and cir culated throughout the town, and for warded to the other islands by ovory opportunity. Subscription, - BO cents por month, H. L. .Siiku)ON, .... Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, J. W, ItOBEIlTbON & Co. It must bo distinctly understood that wo are In no way ieponsiblc for tho opinions expressed by concspondents. An Extremely Considerate) Arkansas Husband. Some time ago a Miss Wampton, a beautiful young lady, and a wealthy young fanner named Rock ton were married lu Arkansas. Tho young lady would not have been termed a "happy bride." Slio had never loved Roekton, and only mar ried him to pleaso a widowed mother. " I will obey you," said tho girl, 'but I do not even like Mr. Rock ton. There is no symphthy be tween its. He is...

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. — 19 July 1882

TIR 3Wff,.".F;'fr'. K11 .v". - .. - fv J r ' Br' I' $ S.r. 7v tt Rfc. p ' & " v- 1' E W I .,. W- & t' A:' .1 B. int. , b.v. . AM'1 the $ail$. igulUlin. WEDNESDAY, JULY Itf, 1882, THE SPRECKEIS CLAIM. Tho attempt an tUo part of tho Government to pass a bill to Bottle Mr. Spa-ckels claim ou tho Crown Lauds, created quite a breezo in. the Assembly yesterday. Naturally enough, members did not under- etnnd tho merits of tho case, and. considering tlieso lands as an iuallen able appanage of tho Crown, were much excited ovor what they be lieved an illegal movement to sell a portion of them to a stranger. The story of these lands is rather a long one, but wo will cudoavor to tell it in a few words. By ancient usage, tho King was virtually tho owner of all the lauds in the Islands. In 18-18, Katneha incha III generously gave the largest portion to tho people and tho chiefs, reserving for himself nbout ono-flfth. This was done in a formal' manner, aud the deed is on file in what is ca...

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. — 19 July 1882

4Jl TELEPHONIC- Dtmond Head, July 19,j0:30 a.m Light E. wind, Nothing in sight. (j Arrivals. July 18 Sclir Watchu from Hflo. i Departures. July 18 Schr Kulamanu for Molokal Stmr Llkcliko for Hilo Stmr Kiliiuca Hon for Kahului Bktno Discovery for Snn Francisco Schr Kekauluohl for Hanalci. i Schr Gen Sigcl for Waialun. Schr II A Wentworth for "Wainnao Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Pohoiki for l'una. Schr Waimalu for Kona. 1HLJL! !' Passengers. For Hawaii & Maui, per Likclike, July 18 R Jordan, W C lilabon, II S Baldwin, Mrs Clough. I Roson- crantz, A II Spencer, Miss Angicrs and 3 children, II Johnson, Mrs H W Alexander, W II Purvis, Miss Shipuian, D Crownlngburg, and wife, E Kopkc, Mis C Makcc, W H Cornwcll, Wni Eassia, E C Winston, Kia Nnhaulclua, and about 65 deck. For Kahului, per Kilauca Hou, July 18 Dr Kraft, Mrs J O Carter, Miss Mary M Carter, Miss Sarah M Carter, Mrs Marshall and child, Geo Hargravc3, and about 30 deck. Vessels in Port Brit stm Suez, Dodd Haw brig Nllilto...

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. — 19 July 1882

II?'' P A ; r R k m v W RV R wHMHPIIK W4$SP sJj!!i. ,'. ,,2S, ,,...;,: M. MqINEIRNY, Importer and Dealer in .Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etu. Gents' Furnishing Goctdai Trunks, Valises, ' Traveling Hag", AViUcUc, Diamonds, Jeneiery and Sllvor-warc, eto, Nuithoast Cornur af Fort ami Merchant .its,, Honolulu, AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Cnn always bo found Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods, Call and Select one of those Celebrated -?u. G-oId Medal W altham Watches 31 ay 12 (32) faytmrarst Iliuru Cm t right. IV. Union Feed Company -CARRIES THE- Largest and -OK- HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guaiautees to keep a full supply constantly on. hand, R'l KBPSem! orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. ML. '.' II- LAPSES' HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISHMENT, 'At Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Clonk and Mantle Making Department, .No. 10 1 Fort Street, : : Honolulu Older executed sit short notice. 72 JARflES H. HANLON UENKmL Blacksmith and Fu...

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. — 20 July 1882

fr.p? i'vt . PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Go. HiiJk WW?1 if5r - ' -'inp.w SB1 f . - - - gUl J DAILYBULLETIN i .JL--JOLJ i ffiafsv - . ' i -, -":"" - "'? aH No. 146. afflljr?'';" .Kii - i lit "' Tf AJ $V T m i ivj 3s'1 ik- fcv .. I--t i '4i ml 1 iffi'"-- 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 ccnta per monUi. II. L.Siieldon, .... Editor. All business communications to be ad drcsscij, J. W. Eodektsox & Co. It must bo distinctly understood that we nre In 110 way responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents. Taming Wild animals. Lion and tiger "kings" lend a life of danger, for wild animals ure never ' gentle." Every time they enter ft cage containing these fierce . creatures they carry their lives in their hands. " Gentle?" remarked one of these venturesome folic the other day. "Those tigers of mine? Why, do you sec that whip? I know, " as well...

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. — 20 July 1882

fciiiMiiMB i m i n mmmmmum'i "mwp Hawprapwpnwpwk . - IV JPff PI ', - ' "A " X.- -" BHK llll if "( & . . R' i H 4 5. f K fc iff if y rL& $tit aUM igulWin. TIlCHSttAY, JULY 20, 1882. NATURALIZATION. The largo Influx of foreigners here of various uationnllticft during the past few years, lias directed atten tlon to the existing law on tbo sub ject of naturalization. This law, to bo folmd in sections 128 to 434 of tlic Civil Code, is quite easy In Its requirements, and its execution has often In past years ttccn done in a very slack manner. It provides that the Minister of the Interior " shall have power, cither in person or through his chief clerk, upon the application of any alien foreigner, staling liia intention to become a permanent resident of the Kingdom, to administer the oatli of allegiance to such foreigner, if satisfied that it will be for the good of the Kingdom, and that such foreigner is not of im moral character, nor a refugee from thu justice of some other countr...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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