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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 August 1882

'V ' &,.'iit - - TELEPHONIC. Dimoud Head, An-;, 1, OiSOn.m Strong N. wind, Nothing in Bight ArrivalB. Julv 31 Jtmr City of Sydney, from Sydney Aujrust 1 Stiwr Iwnhini from Ivona nnd Kau Departures. July 31 Stinr C It ltishop for Knuai Stmr Lclum ,for Molokai and Maui Stinr Mokolii for Koolnu Schr Emma for Waianao & AVniulua Stmr Kilauca Hon for Knhului Schr Uilama for Kauai Stmr City of Sydney for San Fran. Vessels Leaving this day. Stmr Jas Makco for Kauai Stmr Likcllkq for Hawaii & Maul Schr Kulunu for Waialua Schr Wnioli for Keoken. rac:5ongers. For Molukni and Maui, per Lchtia July 31t Air Willis nnd wife, and SO deck. Fdr Kahullii, per Kilauea Hon, July ,31st C B Cockell, wife and 2 children, Miss Uockott, J U tarter. i jr., Airs Stroht and 2 ehildron, II M Jones, Master Closson, Airs iJaenc- dor, P. Tenson, S. II. Ilalbey, J. 11. ilnrtm, and -15 deck. For Kauai, per C It Bishop, July 31 Cecil Brown, Miss Taner, Thos Darlman, Muster Bindt, II L Shel don, Miss Johnso...

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 August 1882

'" .tf ,&' W "X ( J I ( I j?rr-" M. LCINEJRNY, . Importer ami ; Clothing, Boots and Toilet Articles, 1'ocket .Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Tnwi llnjj Baga, watches, Diamonds, Jewelery and Silver-ware, etc Northeast Comer of Fort anil Merchant sts., Honolulu. Mi AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT ,2St ' . I'l-r - uan sjwajs ue round pfeull Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, SSS Call and Select one of those Celebrated " s- Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (32) ruco Cftrtwrlj-ht. "VV. J ... j Union Feed Company B"' CARRIES THE Largest and Best Stock S.'s -or- HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantees to keep n full supply constantly on hand. 32 JST'Sond orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. WILDER & Co., General Agents for the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, The Largest, SafcBt nud Most Economical Lifo Insurance Go in the world, Cash assets, - - over 81)0,000,000 For information concerning the . Company and for rate of insurance apply to Wil...

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. — 2 August 1882

1 --. J Vv u wwtfwtuwyMumtu as. ft J ftMr, Ut BIBMTIl! ? .q ill f MeMiTm ''a JV ' -i No. 157, H-8 HONOLULU, ;H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1882. flnbstrlpllon SO Deals ptr Month. ti S . .THE DAILY. BULLETIN Is publishedTevory 'morning by the DAiW BoXlKTIlf PtfjitlSHINO Co., And clreutatMl tfirokfirhhiit tlic town, mid forwarded to. tht, oilier Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cU. per montb. G. Cabioh .Kkntoit,' h ' Editor. All 'business communications to; b dJ dressed) Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box Nol4. . . Jk Q. Olbvioji, Manager. Tffarrativo of the Bombardment The following narrative of the bombardment of Alexandria, ar ranged in chronological sequence, will enable our readers to more clearly, understand the i ir -. .. .. . - Tj uuitk iovuuu isu uiui:tDii events: Un the 3rd instant we pub lished n cablegram announcing that the Egyptians, under Arnbl -Bey, were actively engaged, 'rf greeting fortifications ; and on the1 same fa"ay Sir fihnrW TJIIWb fcthipd In...

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

p Q $$i f alia lc WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1832. Li THE DAY'S DOINGS. UOItKISG. Legislature meets as usual at 10 Mr. E. P. Adams' Great Art Sale bV Auction in Campbell's Block "hit of Fort and Queen streets crn'rivuiMiig at 10 A. n. EVKtlXQ. Tun Bethel The ordinary mem- lipv vneotimr at 7 :3U v. m. Fort Street Church Concerted jiinycr meeting for ' the conversion of the World" at 7:80 i. ji. St. Andrew's Cathedral Usual "Wednesday evening service, at 7 :30. EDUCATION. Now that the children are enjoy- ii g their well earned vacation it may lie as well for us to see what we axe really doing for their education. Large sums of money arc spent every year for educational purposes and still tho Board could spend more. The legislature has even felt the force of this by granting a larger appropriation than was asked for by the Board. But it is not enough to provide mean? for education; it is the duty of the State to 6ce that those means are made use of, and further, that they produce- the re sul...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 2 August 1882

rx '3JM TELEPHONIC. Dunondllcad, Aug. 2, OtSO a.m Strong E. wind, Nothing In sight ' Arrivals.- l August 1 Bk D C Murray from San Franciaco Schr Mnriuokawai from Nawiliwill August 2 Schr Laahi from Hawaii Departures. July 31 l Stmr Jas Mnkce for Kauai Stmr Llkcllkc for Hawaii & Maul Scbr Knluna for Waialua Schr Waioli for Keokca VosboJb, Leaving this day. Schr Wailclc for Malik'o Schr Marion for NawlUwill . Passoncors. From San Francisco, per D. C.. Murray, Aug. 1st C. A. Von Nos traud, Mia N. 0. 'Murphy, S. Pock, "W G. Necdham, Miss H. Needham, L N TVuihenc, W. W. Kilbourn, S. Bunnell, J Swnnger, A Meiuert, W. Hogau, M MoYarry, and 02 Chinese in the Btecrnge. From Kona and Kau, per Iwalani, Aug. 1 Mrs R Ouana & child, Mrs llutiaud, Mr Ryan, C. Johnsau, D. MawplH.-G Clark, W.Horner, 0 Mangel and 2 daughters, Master II. Mangel, A Royce, F Duff, R Sykcs, and 55 deck. For Kauai, per Jas Makce, Aug. 1 HonW II Rice, M. White, Rov. C K Groscr and 2 children, A Swift, P Iscnberg, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 2 August 1882

" 'jW ' i7ii. ' AT ' M '? T XT T? T? AT V " Impervur-MalpeaJerfa '- - Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Poeket Cutlery, ete., cte. ,ifents' Furnishing' Goods, TrmJcft Tfyli&es, Tmvcllbg'Bit&s, Watctrfs, Diamonds, JeweJeryaxitf Saw-TareVcte.' Norttuvut Comer of Fort and Merchant sts., Hooolnlu. AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT Can atwnys be- found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Gooas, S3 Call and Select one of thou Oelohratod " Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 13 Bruce Cartwrlghtl (3S) WlJUllilMiUllllMI m. McKoaenr. HHaBmsRaei TV. S. X.nee. A. W. Bush. .Union Eeed Company ARRtES THE- Largest and Best .Stock BM, GRAIN AND FEED 02 Of AU description, And guarantees to keep a full supply ooiiKtaiitly on hand. JSTSond orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. WILDER & Co., Gonoral Agents for the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, Tho Largest, Safest aud Most Economical Life Insurance Co ' in the world, Cosh asst, over $90,000,000 For Information conce...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 3 August 1882

ifai,l $ MK ' ' JU (. ' ' No. 158. HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1882. Subscription SO teats ptr MonUu ' THE DULY 3 BULLETIN I THE DAILY" BULLETIN . Ii published every morning by the , DAILT BcMJCTUf PunLISUIHQ Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. Q. Carbo Kenton, - Editor. All business communications to be ad. 'dressed. Manager. Dally' Bullotln, Post v Office Box No.14. J. O. Clkvioh, Manager. Tho South Soon. . Tho Cooktoxon Herald has been supplied rrith the followinginforma tion by Captain Sachsc, of the b.b, Pacific (one of Hernstcin arid Co.'s iradlug fleet) as to' recent outrages in ,the South Seas: "On tho 7th April last the Pacific arrived at Her mit Island, where Hernstcin & Co. had, established a copra station in charge of a European trader. At half-past 10 A.M,on .that day ,thc vessel camo to anchor within 160 yards of the shore, when it was seen J that tho station had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 3 August 1882

'tL. f" " ' "ftfc. . $ns lu!icn; THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1882. :. : n - - .-- ' " . THE DAY'S DOIHQS MORKISO. Legislature meets aa usual at 10 A. M. EHGINfiEMNG OF TO-DAY- In our filet by tUo last mails, we .observe- the wonderful plans lor "eh-iuging the face of nature now be- i.i;r tarried on or proposed to be filed on. About two mouths ago, tuc French Ministry appointed a committee of political and scientific men of mark, M. do LcsBcps, General Chnuzy, '&c, to study a plan for tho creation of an inland tea in tho south of Algeria, nnd destined to communicate- with the Mediterranean, by means of a chan ncl opening into tho liay of Ca For tbis immense undertaking the OD'ineers will avail themselves of the great natural btisins. now com pletely dried up, but which at a period known to history, and com parativcly modern, were formerly salt lakes fed by the waters of the sea. Tho utility of this project, is great, whether wo look upon this inland sea as an almost impassable barrier, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 3 August 1882

b T.. jtt-i. W.jfc.' ., 1-M k 'V A l TELEPHONIC. Diniond Head, Aug. 3, 6 :30 a.tn , Calm, in tbo channel. 6 Nothing hi sight- - ' J Arrivals. Auguat,2 ' Bktne Ella fioni Snn Kraneisco Bgtnc Conauclo from Sun Francisco Sttnr Wnimannlo from Waiinanalo Schr Halcakalairora Pcpcckco 'tl.si W. . I ' I I Departures! August 2 Schr Wniiolc for Mallko Schr Marion for Nwiliwill Schr Manuoknwai for Olowaiu r Vessels Leaving this day. Stm'r Cafrnsmutr for-Hongkong Strar Iwalani for Kona and Kau BgtnoW G Irwin 'for San Krnncisco Passengers. From San Francisco,' per Conauclo, Aug. 2 A, II Smith, O H Pickey. From San FrnncisW, peV Ella, Aug. 2nd Mrs Schradcr, child and servant, Mrs and Mrs Grahanvand child, Miss Bastoru G Woodward, D A Bally, L McMillon, F A Sutrcc, JKapkon, J Evans, and 1,1 Chinese. t Vessels, inPort-" Br steamer Caln.iraulrr' "N" . Or bk Adnlph, Koppelmann Ger.Uk Paradox, ' . Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron Am.bk 1) C. Murray, Jehks. Am.bk K L PcttlncUl, " Am bark F-dwaid May, Johnson A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 3 August 1882

JAlu,, i: iiwyjii ttjic J I,'.. S? "" J- 1 M. MqIN'E-E'N"Y; ' Importer and Dealer In Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Tdu ArtlelesrFosket Cutlery, etc., cte. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks? Valises, TravollnglBags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewolery and SUver-vrftrefll'. Northeost Comer of Fort ami Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT Can always bo lound Villi Lines of Superior- FurnishiiigGoods EST Call and Select one of thosa Celebrated t88 Sold Medal Waltham Watches , May 13 () Brnc CartwrlRht. W. Union Feed Company 3 5 -CARRIES Largest and fHAT, GRAIN Of All description, and guarantee to keep a full supply constantly on hand. CSfSend orders to A. "VY BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. 62 WILDER & Co.y General Agent for the Mutual Life Insuranoo Co. of New York, The Largest, Safest and Most Economical Life Insurance Go in the world, Gtb assets, - over 890,000,000 For Information concerning the Company and for rates of insurnnra apply to Wilder & Co., tfcneral A...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 4 August 1882

If" Jk - :M'& rl '' V 'I'W 'R TOb. ril? ac " (fcw , .V'"" " THE 1 1 I ?, m v. ASSfMKiWMfrh I , I . 'PlTIi I i 'iwK DALhimZDVhh JLi JL JL-L i .-'If Subscription M SO lend per Jlonlb. ft PEOPLE'S LINE OF ?J v Y. 'k.; No. 159. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by tho Daily Buixwin Puiimsiiino Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription,' CO els. per month. G. Carhox Kunyon, . Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Mnuagcr Dally Bulletin, 1'oBt Office Box No. M. J. G. CLEYion, Manager. lato Items from the Colonies. NEW ZEALAND. There have becu severe storms aud heavy floods iu all parts of the colony. , The Maori "Winiata, who murdered an Englishman named Packer, iu 1876, and who has ever since been taking refuge iu the King country, bus now been captured. The Maori prophets Tc White and Tohu have visited Duncdm in charge of Mr. Butler, the Native Minister's private secretary. Tc Wliiti and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 4 August 1882

' tiYT! t'.-p r-ysj, --. - i ; ytw t, - -; , Gf: $:-'f Mr . .x ! . Ijnlidiji; , FK I DAY, AUGUST 1 , 1882. THE DAY'S DOINGS. MOUSING. Legislatinc meets us usual nt 10 A. M. Regular Cash Sale, nt Sales room, nt 10 h. in. UVUNINO. Regular monthly meeting Library mid Reading Ituom Association, at its room at 7.30 im. -Musical Association : Regular pjactic, Music Hull, 7:!J0 p.m. Polynesian Kiicainimient : Regular session, at 7:!i0 p. m. I m proved Order of Hod Men: At their Wigwam, at 7:30 p.m. LEGISLATIVE. Thursday, August 3. The IIouho met ul 10 a.m., President Rhodes iu the chair. Reports of committees vreic called for. Hon. Mr. A'holo reported on an act lehiting to ceitain lands claimed by natives, that the bill puss as uinendcd. lion, member for Wuiuluu moved that the report of the committee be' adopted. Hon. Mr. Aholo moved the third reading for to-day. Uilla and i evolutions were called ior. llou. Mr. Aholo read a joint reso lution, of which several weeks' notice had lieen given...

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. — 4 August 1882

&jw r.fr'-x "'' ?vr r vy " -fa.1 , .i.i.l ' f '..' V -TELEPHONIC . ' Diiuoud Head, Aug. 4, 0::iU a.m Light East wind. Schr Knala coming prist Coco Head Arrivals. '' August 3 II 13 M S Sappho from Tahati. Schr .Nettie Merrill from Lahnina Stmr Mokolil from Koolnu August -1 Schr Jennie Walker from Hapuu Departures. August a Stmr Cairnsmuir for Hongkong llgtnc W G Irwin for San Francisco Vessels Leaving this day. Stmr Iwulnni for Komi and Knu Schr Lcahi for Hawaii Passengers. For San Francisco, per W. G. Ir win, Aug 3rd G Keenoy, It Gerkc, A McWuync, FDA Marquesc. For HonSkong, per Cairnsmuir, Aug 3rd 83 Chinese. Vessels in Port. H. B. M. S. Suppho, Clark. Or bk Adnlph, Koppelmann Gcr HI; Paradox, Tlaw brig Nlnlto, Cameron Am bk 1). 0. Murrav, Jcnks. Am bk E h l'ettlnglll, Am bark Kdward May, Johnson Am bk Calbuilcn, .Hubbard. Am bgtno W II Meyer, Mowo Am bktnc Ella, llrown. Am bgtno CoiuiU'lo. Howard Vessels Expected. Hlg Knmc Krpm Hawbk Kale, fin Ureiiicn Haw bk lolanl, from Brem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 4 August 1882

91 ,.W4? i$t ' , i7, fl u fc' KT-;""7 WW 41 'V. t tV ' ( yWIW NyWi- TW 'HllKWWI BHl1THtjB M MCTNF.RNT. . '"' .' Importer and Dealer in t Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, jf' Toilet Artlclos, Pooket Cutlery, etc., etc. ?;l' Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Hugs, 'Watches, Diamonds, Jewclery and Sllver-wnrc, etc. i4' .. ... .. .,.. 1 . 1 -.- IT 1..1.. pjT, JNOniieilSl (joiner oi 1 on r AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can always Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, Bay Call and Select one of those Celebrated "J Gold Medal Waltham Watches My 12 (32) jgtfigqfMwi'i haa'.m m i lumcHawwMWHWPra Bruce Cartwrlglit. W. Union Feed Company -CARRIES THE- Largest and "HAY, GEAIN Of All description, and guarantees to keep & full supply coiibLiintly on hand. CSTSond orders to A. "W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. fl2 WILDER & Co., General Agents for the Mutual Life Insurance .Co. of New York, The Largest, Safest and Most Economical Life Insurance Co in the world, Cosh ...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 5 August 1882

V .- j" t --.r.i. wiw-uwiy--s-j.. ?OT;n. - j- I W?jS?W2rM 1 . . imiiMniw.nlwii)iiiiii ij nimwm' -jrvgr v. 'n MMUiiiwWfcii - jtm , - v-i "infrrmf BULLETIE 'A ' ! No. 1G0. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1832. Subscription SO Wnu per Month. rfr-f r Pi.. . " ,. . IWBfiW ' MPljflIMI riWfyg?ffiWfrfrMiwiliii' ...iiwAth,, . ,w. E BIILY B II R B JH . -t ! 1 t .,1 V j; THE DAILY BULLETIN Is publlMied every morning by the DAIIA BUI.LKTIN I'tlHMMIIIKQ Co., and circulated throughout the town, find forwnrded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Bubacripttorj, CO cts. per month. O. Oahson Kkntoj.', . Kditor. All business couiinunlcntlona to be ad. dressed, Malinger Dally Bulletin, Pobt Office Box No.14. J. G. Ci.Evion, Manager. Two Now Steamships. For tho Honolulu trade, J. D. Spvcckcls & J3ros., Agcuta for the Oceanic Steamship Company, signed "n contract on the 10th July, with Vm. Cramp & Sons, tho well-known Bhipbuildera of Philadelphia, for the construction of two first-cla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 5 August 1882

- j. ,$ ,s "3eT7v.j; flKET rri 1 ' ' mr fpw $a 1jgnl!. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1882. THJi DATBDOIHGS. morkixo. LegMaturo meets as- Usual at 10 .A. M. Auotlou Hale, by Mr. Adams, at Sales room, at 12 uoon. AFTKBXOON. Band at Emma Square, at 4 p.m. EVENING. Gospel Temperance Meeting : Bethel Vestry, 7:30. To.mnunow. The usual monthly collections will Do taken up at mo ueiuei unu jcuh street Churches. Rev. Dr. Hyde will preach at Fort street Church, morning and evening. WATER CONSERVATION. The great p.-eventativo of tho spread of agriculture iu these islands is the want of regular supplies of water. Numbers of artesian wells have been bored, and others aro in course of completion. And these arc doing good work, but uo steps have as yet been taken to conserve the ' natural water supplies. Nature has bountifully provided each of the islands with a condenser in tho shape of a high mountain ridge, but no advantage is taken of the supply . thus gratuitously given. Nob pro vision has as yet been...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 5 August 1882

irTTf ",tC lV' ""fi. ,"'''. ",:'i,'i r , :; nTi rt h a V. (f TELEPHONIC. Duuund Head, Aug. 0, 0 :30 a.m Light N. E. wind. Sttnr C. It. Bishop and schr Ka luua 10 miles off. Arrivals. August 4 Schr Princo from Kukuihaclo Schr Knala from WAianao August 6 Stmr Kilanca Hou from Kahului Stmr Lchur from Molokai and Maui Schr Ko Moi from Lnupnhochoe Departures. August 4. Stmr Jwnlanl for Kona and Kau Schr Lualil for Hawaii Schr Waimalu for Hapuu Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Malolo for Ilnkalau Schr Ilalcakala for Fcpeckeo Passengers. F,or Kona and Kau, per Iwalani, Aug i Miss Gates, Miss Molntyrc, Misses A and M "Walker, Miss Kin ney, E Hook, W Lawlor, Rev H K Wnlloy, G Clark, C H Dickey, S Turner, and 55 deck. From windward ports, per Kiiauca Hou, August 5 W II & H Corn well, W H Dailey. wife and child, Mrs. Strchl and child, Mr. Kerr, Miss West, Mr. Andrews and 2 children, and 135 deck. Vessels in Fort JI. B. M. S. Ssppho, Clark. Gr bk Adolph, Koppelmann Gcr Bk Paradox, Haw brig Nl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 5 August 1882

. J.)ti,.v"' r-cr"r . vV '""t jprnnnynmynwrT t itti.. -'3-2.-5-ir- ---3 T ' gwrrTriea'ft.;wg ,vn$jf? PV -ww,- - .. M. MINERNT, Importer aad.Dealer In ( Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Tollot Articles, Pooket Cutlery, etc., t. Gents' Famishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Dags, Watche, Diamonds, Jwelery and Silver-ware, etc Nortboast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT Can always Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, 8ffir Call and Select one of those Celebrated ""i Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 13 (82) Bruce Cartwrlfiut. W. Union Feed Company CARRIES THE Largest and Best Stock HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply contitantlj on band. f BSTSend orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. 02 WILDER A Co., (ronoral Agents for the Mutual Life Insurance Go. of New York, The Largest, Safest and Moit Economical Life Insurance Co in the world, Cash asseta, over $90,000,000 For information concernin...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 7 August 1882

fESslRSfvt" SJ ' ,SmuWamXSBSSSK!i'r' "''K HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1882. Subscription BO Until per Month. HKy i l -'' rW'pysp'? w "" THE DAILY S BULLETIN -' ' L : No. i6i. i.- J..- & ? O.'J' ' -&' to 3 v .& Lft'. B i ? I' l) i e . i 3)4 Pi" I T tli, v WKIJ' 'fefilitrf i THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin Pcnusurau Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 00 cU. per month. G. Carbon Kenyon, . Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Mutineer D.iily Bulletin, Post Ofilco Box No. 14: J. Q. Clkvior, Manager. The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army banners arc 'waving high in England. In Lon don and all the English centies this church militant dwells in large halls, amphitheatres, circuses and teuts, and hold continued religious services to suit everybody's time. They of ten have meetings of 5,000 people in a hall, and sometimes 10,000 out side who ca...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 7 August 1882

??& -m- iT' :,;.' rfriv,v ?,- - ffjwfiwf: fiF$T S'-xk V '-V. 7 55. ; i m he $aH llulkiiit. MONDAY, AUUUST 7, 188-2. Tiiii DAY'S DOINGS. MO It M.i I). Thi' Legislature meets at 10 a.m. Prorogation : Aliiolime Halo, ut 12 noon. Arr.u.woN. Lunch lit the Palace : 2 p. in. KVnSINO. Athletic Association: Quarterly meeting, at Hotel, at 8 p. in. Ku.'i'iic Cn. No. 1: Meeting of im port.!..! , at their Hall, at 7::)0. f,m,. l. .-..rn'j'i;;.i'")lJj"i L 1.-5' SAFEGUARDS AGAINST FIRE. Honolulu is chk'lly composed of wooden buildings, and in this hot, hmnll flim.Uo the wood soon bc cotu " lil. tinder. As tliti saying is, "Put a hmU'Ii within a mile of it and it will take lire." With such a dan ger nt tiring us perpetually in the face, we ought to see what provision we have made against the danger, what safeguards wc have in case of fire. Owing to the plan pursued in laying out the city (or rather, wc should think, followed by chance) our streets are narrow and crooked, ho that if a fire take...

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