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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 July 1882

ysr. w ttm?? I VLL IT '-!' H TELEPHONIC Dimnnd Head, July 20, 6:30 n.ra Light E. wind, Schr Nettie Merrill 12 miles off. Arrivals. . July 25 Bk Adolph, from Ncweastlo-on-Tyno July 2C Stuir Jum Mnkeo from Kauai Departures. July 25 Schr Mary E Foster for Honunp Schr Jenny for Kilauca Stmr Likelike for Hawaii and Maui Stmr Kilauca Hon for Kahului Schr Hulcakala for Pepeckco Schr Emma for Wainnne, Vessels Leaving this day. v Schr Luka for Kcawaeli Schr Kalunn for Waialua Schr Liholiho for Kona & Punaluu Schr Kaala for Koolau Schr Kate for Molokai Schr Kaukioule for Hainakua Passengers. For Kahului, per Kilauca Hon, July 25 D Kellett, wife and 3 chil dren, Mr M'Cully, A. I). Pcirce, S. Harris, J Coerjens, and 35 deck. For Windward ports, per Likelike, Jul' 25 Miss Filipo, Miss Ahoonu, Miss Jones, Mrs Hart, Mrs Tisdalc, Mrs Waipa, Mrs Hitchcock and two children, Mr Covington and wife, G C. "Williams and wife, A. H. Sopor, wife and 3 children, 0. C Swain, II. L. Toernnis, F S Dunn, W C...

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. — 26 July 1882

..-' s$S)ij mwmmwm mmmmmmnmmw VUfflw . i Ml c ? i? IH m Ba- I $ f j; sawn r w-orxarwaits pt7frw y-fgcft M. MINEKNY, Importer Clothing, Spots and Shoes, Perfumery, Tollot Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc. Gents" Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Bags, "Watches, Diamonds, Juwolery and Silver-ware, otc. Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can always be found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, tT" Call and Select ono of those Celebrated "a Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (82) M. McINEIlNY. Bruce Cartw rlht. W. 3. Luco. A. W. Bush. Union Feed Company CARRIES THE Largest and Best Stock HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply constantly on hand. 02 ggTSend orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. LAD1ES' HAIR DRESSING establishment, At Mrs. A. M. Mcllib' Cloak and Mantle Making Department, No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu Orders executed nt short notice. 72 Just Received, Per bkt...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 July 1882

BULLETIN K&- PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBEKTSON & Co. B?. v , No. 152. I vvoPItL HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1882. Subscription 50 (cuts per Month. 'l''.iKr . 1, .1 n tv JJAIJLj I Xm &Pi iff ., m .' .. (', ('V V J if 'V ' '..I VI: A... KV: THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning, and cir culated throughout the- town, and for warded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, - CO cents per month. 11. I.. SnnLUON, .... Editor. All business communications to bo ad dressed, J. V. Robertson & Co. It must ho distinctly understood that we are In no war' responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents. A Story of Borrowers Thorp lived nenr my father's fam ily in a quiet little village in Ohio, two families who were chronic bor rowers, and the posts of the neigh borhood. One borrowed by day, the other by night. The former would take anything, from a pinch of soda to a bedquilt, but-made a specialty of flour. The other family made no requests, b...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 July 1882

10 " n " ' nWMlMMMitt wmriTiiw nmnwrmiiinniiMiiMiMiiwMiin -1 1 r n imiwmi iminw , vi 1 1 " i'iiii 1 i 1 w r,yffiwCT6swsBB."' m&www!wiriv:xr MmammtwmhMmiMmwmimmMmmmmuuimMkMMMMimix wffinirMiiftwiniitrfmwnnniiim rniny HilllBHlH WllltaftyM- II I IllBIIPMIW I II WII . MMinwWMWWWM I I II I IHMWW WImM p , AJ1 Sk K1 l Lv. foi. r'. h MttM&.9zvBt.-riz&'TKf Wt. : S.. TT ".Tl f !gi;!idhL. xa! ic fliaini H" Tni'USSHAY, .IlLY'-'T, 183'J, 1, .... hawa:;: LIT AOllTUiJLTOEAl R00I3T7. At :i mreti..,' Iielil it4 tier previous notice tit Ihe Huwtdhm Hotel ' Tuesday afternoon, ut which weivi present Mews. AVideiimnn, U.uf- well, liote. (.''eghoni, Mod row, Mott Smith, Atkinson. AViight, Kujkmi.i, Dillingham, Irwin, Hoyer. Ui-e. Hush, Agnew, Graham, (J. II. Jmld, ttud AVehh, :m Association, was formed, to lie entitled an above, " For the purpose of promoting and managing agricultural expositions and cattle slums." All person's, in torosletl in agriculture and stock raising arc invited to join...

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

f?p WsfPf-'W Wfimm mmpm tt?t !MflgflT 'Wm 4h s r Ci i' TELEPHONIC. Dniioud Head, Julj i", il!0 u.ni Light N. K. wind, Schr Kekutiltiohl 0 miles off Arrivals. July 20 Schr Nettie Mctiill fiom Lulininn Stuir Wnlmiinnlo from Walmunalo July a? Schr 1'ohoiki from Puna ' Dopartures. July 20-, Schr Kuluuu for Wainlua Schr Liholiho for Kona & 1'uualuu Schr Kuala for Koolnu Schr Knto for Alolokui Schr Kaukioulc for H.imakim ii I i 1 1 ij i lynwi Vessels Leaving this day. Stmr Jas Makcc for Knpnn ami Kil- nuca Schr Luka for Kcawacli Passengers. From Kauai, per Jas Mnkoe, July 2C Col Spauldittg, ami 15 deck. Vessels in Port. Gr bk Adolph, Koppelmaun Ocr Ilk 1'auulox, Haw brig N'lnlto, Cameron Am bark Kdwnrd May, Jolinsou Am bgtne W. (J. Irwin, Turner Am bk Caibarlen, Hubbard. .Am bgtno W Jl Mejer, Hone Am bk Adcllu Carlcton Vessels Expeoted. Rip Nnme from linn Haw bk Kale, fm Bremen Sept Haw bk lol.ml, fiom llrcmcu, Oct Ilk Joscfa, fm Cardiff, Aug Bk Oberon, fm Liverpool, Aug Br bk Gleng.i...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 July 1882

WB .(,, 'i.miDmnBi "-'"WBwairwiot"-- i'jt ' M. McISfERNY, Importer htul (iiGlothing, Boots and . Toilet Aitlelcs, Tocket 'Undents" Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Trau'Ilng Vugt, Watches, Diamond, Jcwclery mid Sllvcr-waie, etc Koitheat Cuinur of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Cuu always Full Lines of 8112)01101' Furnishing Goods, BS Call and Solect one t Gold Medal Waltham Watches Mil' 12 (2) W ttrnsyiaanrrKK!E!ro3!rcEee Iiruco Cartw right. W. Union Feed Company '' -CARRIES THE- Largest and -OK- - ' r GRAIN Of All description, nnd guarantees fo keep a full supply constantly on hand. SSTSenil orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. r . sa LADIES' KHALR DRESSING- establishment, Ut Mrs. A. Af. Mcllis' Cloak and Mantle Makine Department, No. 101 Fort Stiect, : : Honolulu , Orders executed at bhort notice. 72 Just Received, Ver bktue Unreka, a full line of e'. r bilk, merino and cotton. ' Pajama Suits, Etc. 01 A. W. Rlchiudson&.co. JAMES H. HA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 July 1882

lfW ;OT w t' ,VWf,'V, Vty If -vvj(j ti THE DAILY BULLETIN PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. No. 153. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1882. Subscription CO icnu per Montb. r THE DAILY BULLETIN Is publUhed ovcry morning, and cir culated throughout the town, nnd for warded to the other Islands by cvory opportunity. Subscription, BO cents por month. H. L. Sheldon, .... Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, J. W. ROIlEItTSON & Co. It must bo distinctly understood that we are In no way responsible for the opinions expicsscd by correspondents. DECORATION DAY Mr. Longfellow's Last Poem. Bleep, comrades, sleep and rest On this Field of the Grounded Arms, "Where fots no more molest, Nor sentry's shot alarms t To have slept on the ground beforo, And started to your feet At the cannon's sudden roar, Or the drum's redoubling beat. But in this camp of Death No sound your slumber breaks Here is no fevered breath, No wound that bleeds and aches. All is repose and peace, U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 July 1882

' ' "" -Hlv" f"3 '5$p '!$ H " ." $$?& . 'V- "x " -' t'l r 'pVft f ' , tfp trv ft ' Ki P.- fe S&, W A? I&' mvt V. 4 Cri g'lic JJailtt iMnliclq. fl FUTDAY, JULY 28, 1882. COCOIIEII'B IITQUE8TS. Tho remark is not infrequently heard, in connection with iv fuse of ttuihlen ilcuth, " There ought to have been an inquest held, to ascertain tho eauo of death." Tito law on the subject is to he found in the Civil Codr, Sections 318 to H.'SO. One clause reads, "As soon uh any roioner shall have notice of the death of any person supposod to have come to such death by poison hi!?, violence, or in any .suspicious manner, ho shall forthwith issue his Hiimnions," &c. Section fl'2'J reads as follows: "When any coroner shall not think it neces sary, on view of such body, that liny inquest should be taken, he shall eausp the body to -be decently biuicd." Thus it will bo seen that the in tent of the law is to require the holding of an inquest only when the circumstances are such as to le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 July 1882

- ,p-- .-tfy -r. v ,, - K'yfffill8QB&&ffiW ' ""W s- ry-i;i,; flj niljmaMJjj 1 I r v ' 'I i' O ',- 'j;. :i'j TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, July 28, 0:!10 a.m Light N. H. wind, Schr Kiniim 15 miles off Arrivals. July 27 Schr Kckauluohi froin Ilnmilct. July 28 Schr Catcrlna from Kauai Stm." Mokolli from Koolnu Dopartures. July 27 Stmr Jns Makec for Knpua and Kll- nuca Vessels Leaving thiB day. Schr Kckauluohi for Hanalci. Schr Nettie Men ill for Lahaiua Sclir Luka for Kcawacli i " ' i w in Passengers. For Kauai, per Jas Makcc, July 27 Mrs Brown, Miss Purvis, Thos Hughes, S N Hundley, II It Bryant, G II Luce, jr., Col Spalding, and 15 deck. Vessels In Port. Or bk Adolph, Koppchnaim Gcr Bk Paradox, Haw brig N'lnlto. Camcion Am bark Fdward May, Johnson Am bgtuc W. (J. Irwin, Tumor Am bk Calbarlen, Uubbard. Am hgtuo Vv It Mcjcr, Ho wo Am bk Adclia Carleton Vessels Expected. ltle Name From Due Haw bk Kale, fin Bremen Sept Haw bk Iolaul, fiom Bremen, Oct Ilk Josefa, fin Cardiff, Aug Uk Ob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 July 1882

.v ! & u: r5Wtf! -' 1 & t ft rsV B 6f. ' M. MCINERNT, " Importer and Dealer la Clothing:, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Bags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewolery and Silver-ware, oto. Northeast Cornor of Fort nnd Merchant sta., llonolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Con always be found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,- SF Call and Select ono of those Celebrated "TBa Gold Medal Waltham Watches fyb ftota 1 FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1882, May 13 Bruce Cartwrlght. (32) "W. S. Luco. M. McINERNY. mtumuwmjvkm A. W. Bush. Union Feed Company -CARRIES THE- Largest and Best Stock -OF- 1 HAY, GRAIN AND FEED B2 Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply constantly on hand. gSend orders to A. V. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu i Aniroi HAIE DRESSING ESTABLISHMENT, At Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Cloak and Mantle Making Department, No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu Orders executed at short notice. 72 Jus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 July 1882

m fa'w ($? 1? & M No. 154. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1882. Subscription SO lent ior Jliinlli. xP4 'PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co ,(& s N (it THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every hiornlng, and clr culatcd'throughout the town, and for wardedto the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, - 60 cents per month. IUL: Sheldon, .... Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, J. W. IIodeutsox. Ac Co. It roust bo distinctly understood that we are In no way icsponslblc for tho opinions expressed by concspondents. Sheridan's Wagor Tho anecdotes told of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, who was such a famous wit in London years ago, seems to be almost without number. On one occasion he had a dispute with the Princo Regent as to how much better turkeys could walk than geese. The Prince said that a tur key could walk twice as far as n goose in a given space of time. Sheridan denied it, and n wager was made. The wit lemembercd that turkeys go to roost early,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 July 1882

v .. 1 V ' f itifc&JmBBl if . , , fHr: ' ',' i- I'm t j 'ft ' A V jSjWfe! Ural!!" Jnllra SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1882. THE LIQUOR BILL The proposed '' Act to regulate the Snlo of Spirituous Liquors," w hti-li is now on its second reading in tho Assembly, nnd which, it is thought by those who profess to bu uoipminted with the tone awl temper of the innjority, will be passed, is of Pa important n character that we herewith give a summary of its principal provisions. Section 1. Ropeals nil former leg islation on the subject of the sale of intoxicating drinks, including the prohibition to untlve Ilawniians. 2. Dcllncs what arc "spirituous liquors," viz. : " All liquor of nn Intoxicating nature," excepting per fumery, bona fide, and medteinc. 3. Licenses not transferable. 4. Fine not exceeding So00 for manufacturing for solo any intoxi cating drink, or imprisonment not exceeding two years. Distillation also forbidden, except to Bugor mills duly licensed. 0 and 7. Pertaining to fines and f...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 July 1882

l T ''''' ?J "ME r SM - " "" v -Bi ' 1 J til t TELEPHQNIC. DtmimU Howl, July 29, 0:30 a.m Light E. wind, ''' Stiur C R Bishop C miles to leeward ArrivalB. July 28 Schr Emma from "Wninnnl Schr Cuterina from Hnnnlci Si.hr Illlmna from Hnnnlci Stmr Lehmt from Molokai and Maui July !J9 Stmr C It Bishop l'rom Kauai Stiar Kllauea JIou from Kahului Departures. July 28 Schr Kekauluohi for Hanalcl. Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahalua Schr Luka for Kcawacli Vessels Leaving this day. ii i ' II'. -rtf Passengers. From Maul and Molokai, per stmr Lchua, July 28 Missch Mary, Lizzie and Victoria UanniHtcr. Vessels in Port Or bk Adolph, Koppchnaun Gcr Ilk Paradox, Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron Am bark Kdward May, Johnson Am btuo W. 0. Irwin, Turner Am bk Calbarlen, Hubbard. Am bRtno W H Mcjcr, Howe Am bk Adclia Curlcton Vessels Expected. We Jfnme From Dae Mawbk Kale, fin Bremen Sept Haw bk Iolanl, from llromeu, Oct Bk Josefs, fm Cardiff, ' Aug Bk Oberon, fm Liverpool, Aug Br bk Glcngaber, fm Liverpool, Am bk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 July 1882

r r:tj?r, '';;'.' ,.-' ';& i& 4?i$H tjuHBHHHQIwHv , ... mKmmamawsmKiA:s MttB&MQMBKaf" Ml'l''M;-,rV-T"ITTnil'.3 3Jl.VM-HJJH-UlJaMja (Mia;.1 "'' ; ;. T.VtfP. ft' iff i V Ent MS?'1 M. MINEENYy. Importer and Dealer In Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc,, etc. Gent$ Famishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Baf8, Watches, Diamonds, .Tewclory and Silverware, olc. Northeast Corner of Fort and Mercliant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can always be found Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods, t& Call and Solcot ono of those Celebrated "a Goldledal Waltham Watches May ID (32) Bruce Cartwrlght. Union Feed Company -CARRIES TIIE- Largest and HAY, GRAIN Of All description, and guarantor to keep a full supply constantly on hand. 5Scnd orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. 02 LADIES' HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISHMENT, At Mrs. A. M. Mcllis' Cloak and Mantle Making Department, No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu Orders executed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 31 July 1882

tf--'in;j2 :jT33FT?' "'tr' wt'' " THE D AIL Y BULLETIN PUBLISHED BY J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. No. 155. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, JULY 31, 1882. Snhvrrlpllon SO Cftits 'ir Month. bT 1 - i JS V t,t, THE DAILY BULLETIN Ib published every morning, and cir culated throughout the town, nud for warded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subxcriptlon, - 50 cents per mouth. II. L. Kiir.t.uo.v, - - . Editor. All business communications to head dressed, J. W. ItonniiTSO.v & Co. It inuxt be distinctly understood that we are In uo wav responsible for the oplnloim expressed by correspondents. A Little French Story. In some parts of Franco marriage able girls are accustomed to pluck, as tlioy return from midnight mas? on Christmas Eve, a sprig of apple tree, which they put in a vial full ol water; the vial is hung in their bod- chamber in front of the window; if one bud blooms before Easter the inibtrcss is sure to be married before the year ends. Among the servants of u chateau near Al...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 31 July 1882

'? ?i1?' "T "vwjnT"' it.!-,' " T w"!3?W?fr' ' BHWTOsEfflHP tlWM -ZrJ i WMW 'UflHKCTCTWl go IP' MBit- i $ i inniBarf ttfj'wc w5aarTagipVTttW')mv'rrwiwii ilnilji liJuUcH il.lNIUY, .ll.'LYfll, ISS-J. hifr. years ago. it will 1k rotnoui lioivl liy the older residents, the jduil frum town to l'nhima was n diva 1 fully muddy one whenever any liiin foil. Tlio mini was of the soit known as "taro-pateh mud," and tenaciously and plentifully adhered to lh boobs of pedestrians. At lenijih tho then Koad Supervisor look the advieo of a native, and pro ceeded to spread upon this road many cartloads of broken coral. This was obtained at tho base of a hill makai of Loleo, at the edge of the fish-pond. It was called ' rotten coral," being more or loss disinteg rated. Spread upon the road a thickness of several inches and covered with a coating of black Band, it made, after a brief period of travel, a firm, smooth carriage way, like cement, which stood thus with out requiring any repairs for over ton ...

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. — 31 July 1882

1 '7 0 TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, July 110, 0:30 a.tn .Strong K. wind, Nothing in siyht Arrivalo. July 19 Slinr Cnirnsinuir from San Frnn Sehr AVnioli from Hawaii Stinr C It llisliop from Knuai July HO Hk K'L Pettingill fm Departure Bay Stmr Likclike from Hawaii & Maui Stmr Jns Makco from Kauai Sehr Kaluna from Kauai Vessels Leaving this day. Stmr C It Uishop for Kauai Stmr Lcluia for Molokai and Maui Stmr Mokolii for Koolau Sehr Kmma for Wsiianne & Wninlun Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kaliului Schr Uilama for Kauai Passengers. From windward port, per Like like, July .10th S. G Wilder, Capt. Swain, W II Cornwall, Dr Knders, A II Spencer, It II Fowler, J W Gray, W S Akann, W II Fuller, J Aulil, W C Crook, J D Barnard, C A Bailey, Miss Fuller, Miss L.iliapa, Miss Kalnna, Mrs Young, Mrs C Bailey and child, C Lehman and wife, Rev C M Ilyde, wife and two children. Vessels in Port. Br steamer Calri.sinulr. Gr bk Adolph. ICoppclmann tier Ilk Paradox, Haw brig Ninlto, Cameron Aia bark Kdward...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 31 July 1882

aam .-t v4 s'r ..."w Q !?..'wf V . 'A. frjf; & yi v- SB H, U (yyiim. twnwfrtrrjMVTiiauBuum M. MCINER.NT, Importer and Denier In Clothing, Boots and Shoe$, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutleryi etc., etc, Gents Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Hags, Walehes, Diamond, Jewelery and Silver-ware, eto, Northeast Cornur of Fort and Merchant sis., Honolulu, AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can always be found Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods, Call and Belcct ono of thoso Celebrated " Gold Medal Waltham Watches .May 13 8) flrnuo Cartvrlht, AY. aion Feed Company -CARRIES TUE. largest and ?BAJ , GRAIN Of AU description, nnd guarantees to keep a full supply constantly on hand, ESTSond orders to A, W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu, 52 LADIES' .HAIR DOSSING V ESTABLISHMENT, At Mrs, A. M. Mollis' Cloak and Mantle Making Department, No. 101 Tort Street, ; Honolulu Orders executed at short notice, 72 Just Received, Per. bktne Eureka, a full lino of WWnWT.Tt. &TTTPTS Silk,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 August 1882

V! iW W ."Hfii fW;-'" tfv-M ?&& 'i' iily BULL! . 4 Subscription ft ; JO lent prr Mi.nib. r ,StJ No; :156. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1882 HHh -fc fifeflMEafV' 14 ;' THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin Puiiubkino Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Island by every opportunity. Subscription, CO eta. per month. G. Carbon Kenton, Editor. ;A11 buslnoss communications to bc.ml. dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin. Post Office Box No. 14. J. G. Ci.eviou, Manngcr. A Ship Brake. -.. 'An apparatus lias been invented the- introduction of which, it is claimed, will prevent any further appalling disaster caused bv tho col . lision of vessels in rivers, channels w and sea. John'McAdums, of Bos ;' ,ton, has perfected an arrangement ivhich he asserts will bring any ves- Bel, however large and fast steaming, ',' to a dead stop in from one to ten .feet, and will hold her steady as a rock, with full steam on. Tho in- ' Ventio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 August 1882

,a- Tarva- n 3 y-- 1- rJssssts ', ! . "WiiVAY,"AV('sr"s'r iri8?7 j " NOTICE. Tub Daily Un.umv has this day I , puabud frnm tlw hands of its original pi'Oprictiii i uiul managers Messrs. J. W. Ivtibpithon & Co. into tint hands of a new proprietary, lobe .known as " Tiir. Daily Hullutin Comi-any." Messrs. J. V. Kobcrt boh & Co. have censed to have any ownership in, and control of Tub Daiu Hui.letin, and from this day forward it will be owned, printed, and published by The Dailt Bulle tin COMl'ANY. TO OUR HEADERS. .Wc call your attention to tbo ifabovc notice which will explain ccr v.4P... chjijigcu in this morning's issue, as when a new hand takes (Urac il of affairs, it is reasonable to ex ct a chango of policy, wc beg to .rinounco our intentions. It will bo for our readers to note the changed say whether they approve of them. It will be our aim to produce a news paper that shall deserve and secure tho faupport of the public. Our chief object will be to give a brief but faith...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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