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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 August 1882

I ': 1 a , I f f 'II i TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Aug. 30, 0:110 n.m Light K. wind. Nothing in sight. Arrivals. August 29- Dopartures. August 20 Schr Kosnrio for Snn Francisco Bktne J A Fnlkiiiburg for San Fran Stun- Likelikc for windward ports Stmr JMokolii for Koolnu Schr Ehtikni for Wninltm Sclir Emma for Wninlua Schr Mnnuokawai for ITanamaulu Schr Kekatiluohi for Hnnalci Sch Gen. Scigcl for Koolau Sclir Katiikcaouli for Wnipio Vossels Leaving this day. Passengers. For Windward ports, per Like like, Aug 20th V Isenbcrg, Miss E Rcinhnrt, Mis? II Rcinhart, It Ryc croft, Miss Albro, Mrs E C Damon, R Gray and family, Von Bulow, D WAiwohi, WLoclI, D C Adrich, C Afong, Ayoung, Achung, Lcong, V A Tripp and wife, C U Christie, C W Gray, Miss W Richards, W W Heine, Akannliilii, W W Weed, D Crowningburg, wife and 2 child ren, W W Goodalc, W L Green, J Caper, Ilcrzog, J Rcinhardt, Rev C E Grosser, wife and child, J V Wan genheim, II R Maefarlane, J S 'Webb, L A Andrews, T A Dudoit, Clias N Ar...

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. — 30 August 1882

1 T1?".! H"WHwwiMf rtirfm wwm M.MCINERNY, Importer ami Dealer in Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, ' "J'ollct Aitlfk'K. Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc. DILLINGHAM & OO. Importers and Dealers iu Hardware, Agricultural Implements, ' Housu Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. ' Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which thoy Invite the attention of bujers. "Wesson's Xiireient;il Pulley Blocks. k Cents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling ng, Watches Diamonds, .levudery and Sther-wnre, etc. Northeast Corner of Tort and Merchant Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can alwas Imj found Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods, TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON CHEAPEST &DEST. HAREOW 4 PJK- . A255ry KIT Iff WIjE i'li . &" UsS' Call nml Select ono of those Celebrated "a Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (32 jpjwaiMqigEWi'jyggB; WW $la 'iflihvtiij. T1JsJ&itfS I HtAJSastZGir- r -it ri XSZiMDsl v i "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 00, 2882 M. McIXEIlNY. itMwia...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 31 August 1882

m THE JJAlJji mm No. 182. HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1882. Subscription 80 Cents per Month. a THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Uui.m:tik Puiimshino Co., and circulated throughout the town, nnd forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. G. Cakson Kenyox, - . Editor. All business communications to bo ad. dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Office Box No. M. J. Q. Clevior, Manager. Talking Shop. Poole the tuilor, was making holi day at Brighton, and one morning on the pier, he met one of his noble cus tomers. " Good morning, Mr. Poole," said the peer. " Good morning, my lord," re plied the tailor, who passed on. u Stay, Mr. Poole ; I wanted to show you this coat," said the aristo crat. " It doesn't fit inc." Poole wa3 a man of ready wit. He stopped, look carefully at the coat, and drawing a piece of chalk from his pocket said, " Your lordship is right, the coat wants to be taken in here, and let out here,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 31 August 1882

CRft J '.v to ht pilhj, vMh. Hf. THUIWDAV, AUGUST 31 , 5882 . ry" Tiiu DAY'S DOINGS- JE, MOnjil.VJ, f M" tliiiiis will bell n 10 o'clock, jf. it Sales lioom. the entire retail y; tue.. of groceries, etc., of M. S. - .Corruiti. Valuable Leases and premises will be offered tit auction by .Mr. Adams, nt Sales Room, at 12 noon. TAXATION IN HAVAII NEI. i. To those of our renders who are residents of long standing, an expla nation of the kind and amount of the taxes assessed by the Hawaiian Uov crnnicnt may seem to be unneces sary; but it must bo remembered that we have amongst us a large number of now.comeis who arc of course quite in the dark as to thee matters, and even among the older bands jt js seldom that one is found perfectly familiar with the details of taxation except perhaps duiing the period when the collector makes his annual call, "Wc will name the taxes seriatim s and first The Poll Tiu. An annual tax of one dollar is payable by every male inhabitant of the Kingdom, betwee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 31 August 1882

TELEPHONIC. Dimoml Head, Aug. 31, 0:30 a.m Light B. wind. Sclir Ciitni inn off port. BC1 Arrivals. August 30 Ilk Oboron from Liverpool Sclir Mc-Poo from Koolau Doparturos. August 30 Tern Jas Townscml for San Fran Sttnr "WVunannlo for Wnimanalo Sola- Ullama for Ilanalci Schr Wniinulii for Kcokca Sclir Mnry B Foster for Funaluu Vossols Leaving this day. Passengers. For San Francisco, per Jane A. Falkinburg, Aug. 2!). D Joyce, J. JoIitiBon, 2 Misses Jeff. ml. . - ' ) . Vossols in Port. Gcr lik Joscfa, Or bk Adolph, Ivoppcluiann Haw bilg Mnlto, Cameron Am bktne Ella, Drown. Am bgtne Concuclo, Howard Am bktne Eureka, Am bk Emerald Vessels Expectod. JUg Kiijne From One Haw bk Chlclayo fm Newcastle, July Br Mini- Canton, fm San Fran, Aug 12 Dt stmr Hunsa, fin St Michaels, Aug 15k Oberon, fm Liverpool, Aug Bk Emma, from Puget Sound, Aug 18 Haw bk Kale, fin firemen Sept Stmr City of Sydney from S F, Sept 3 Brit stm Suez, Dodd, from S.F. Sept 1G Am bk Martha Dais, from Boston Sp Stmr City of ...

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

Wf DILLING-HAM & CO Importers and Dealers in f Hardware, Agricultural Implements. House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invite the attention of buyers. Weston's XMirei-eiitisxl DPnlley Blocks. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON 4?-a, CHEAPEST &DEST. HARROW. S?oS5fQ!i6,r, """sUmfe -wrifcZ--' it "Tsrntr -i z ?$V M. MCINE11STY, Importer ami Dealer in Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Aitleles, Pocket Cutlery. et etc. Genis9 Furnishing Goods, Tmnlcs, Valises, Traveling Hag", Watches, Diamonds, Jcwclery and Sllvcr-wnro, etc Northeast Corner of Port and Merelnint sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can alwajs lie found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, &&' Call and Select one of those Celebrated "T3a Gold Medal Waltham Watches h.i?rm xAsa?-5SP9atSSnrSS! I t IK" Hssol' few May 13 (.12) kni&wl4&j.!UasEj)yvr:xp.imMiiUBaai Ijlic jlailg Httlkfiit THURSDAY, AUGUST 81, 38...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 September 1882

fctiSSI' " -w- v'iV lfPWT Tm ' BULLETIN. JJAlLx No. 183. HONOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1882. Subscription SO Cents per HosUu THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin PonuauiKo Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 CU. per month. G. Carbon Kenyon, . . . Editor. All business communications to be nd. dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Oillce Box No. 14. J. 0. Cl.uviou, Manager. Couldn't Fool Him. A gentleman called his servant one (lay and informed him ho wished him to learn the names of the first books in the Bible. ' Now," said he, " I will tell you the first one, and during the day I will ask you what it is, to see if you remember; it is Genesis." Later in the day Bob was called, but he could not remember what it was. " Now," said his master, " I have a way to impress it on your mind so bo you cannot forget it. Now, Bob. wc have an old horse in the stable. What do we c...

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

tSPi FRIDAY, SE1TEM13EU 1, 5882 '.CHE DAY'S DOIHGS- N KVKNINO. ..Sleeting of tliu Hoys' Heading iubm Association, ut 7:!i0. Kegular imntlil3 meeting of the iibrurv and Koadinir Hoom Associa- .ion, 7:. Id. Polyucbiuu Encampment, 7:80. iiiawiiiian Tribe No. I, Imp. O R JL, mouth al tho Wigwam, Fort St., this sice, at tho 7th run, 30th Vi't'd tth. COEEESPONDENCE. 1 Correspondence is solicited on the ton ics of the iliiy, or wluii may become so. .We reicrvo the right to excise pure ly' personal matter. . Wo do not hold ourselves responulble for the plulons expressed by our cor. respondents. Eu. Decency. 1 Slit. Eiuion: Sir, I would call the attention of tho police, through your valuable columns, to the num berless offences against decency com mitted in broad daylight in this town. It really ought to be put a Ntop to. I am yours &e. , Asiiamud. Why Send Boys to Germany I Ennon Hum.ktix: Wednesday's iP.C.'i. says, l,Lct us send more young men, say to Germany to be come practical agric...

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

7 ?J TELEPHONIC. Dimoml Hcutl, Sept. 1, 0:30 a.m Light E. wind. A squaro rigged vessel 10 miles to the southward of Diamond Head. Arrivals. August 31 Bark Oberon from Llvcrpnol Bark Kalakaua from San Francisco Schr Catcrina trom Hanalct Schr Lllioliho from l'unaluu Sept. 1 Stmr Iwalani from Kona and Kau , Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Catcrina for Ilanalcl Passengers. From San Francisco, pcrKalakaua, Aug, 311. N. Guilbank, J. Gulli ford, E. Ilcally, G. Watson, Kapa Kau, and 13 Chinese. From Windward Ports, per Iwa lani, Sept 1 J G Tregloan, Jas B lthcad, Kcv H Bingliam, Kcv J Ivnu hnne and daughter, II. C Mulntyrc, Miss Mclntyre, Misses Walker, C A Van-Nostrand, A C Alexander, Mrs E Joy, Henry Alexander, Dr B A Baker, B N Wingatc, J B N Win gate and about 50 deck passengers. Vessels in Port. Gcr lik Jo'efa, Gr bk Adolph, Koppclmann Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron Am bktue Ella, Brown. Am bgtno Consuclo, Howard Am bktno Eureka, Am bk Emerald Br. bark Oberon. Am. bark Kalakaun. Vessels Expe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 September 1882

m rW inr ti m !aamHcMi"rii5g . MINERNY, Importer and Dealer In DILLINQHAM & CO. Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they invite the attention of buyers. Weston's 'Differential DPxiIley Blocks. - - 1. 1 . fj.' Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, ! Toilet Articles, Pocket, Cutlery, etc., etc. IS JL' Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling nag1', Watches, Diamonds, Jvwolery and SUver-wnre, etc. Northeast Comer of Fort mid Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT , V. Can. alwnvB be found TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON H-. CHEAPEST & BEST. HAREOW. fe; ftSjines of Superior Furnishing Goods, K'r" iniJt . A 4my!wvv'!'lf1' t, .1 V & " 'Al Jft Hi V& Call and Seloct ono of thoso Celebrated a Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 t p&k tH .FRIDAY, SEITEMBEU 1, 1882 An Exchango at the Altar Two couples presented themse...

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

(THE BULLETIN. DAILY HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. Subscription SO Cents per Uunth. No. 184.. I 1 a MR ml I r . 4 THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every moaning by tho Daily Bulletin PpnMsiujn Co., unci clrculntcd throughout the town, und forwarded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. G. Cahson Kenton, Editor. All business communications to bead, dressed, Manager Dully Bulletin, Post Ofllcc Box No. 14. J. Q. Clevioh, Manager. His Prescription. Up in New Hnmpshiro is a well known eccentric individual, a self constituted curcr of nil ills; a sort of universal panacea, "body and soul, head, heart, and conscience doctor," who, with all his eccentrici ties, has a fund of actual wif that is hard to beat. Not long ago the "doctor" was called upon the witness-stand. The opposing counsel, who is said hoiuetimcs to indulge in " liquor pizen," knowing the doctor's peculiarities, ventured, in cross-examining him, to show him up a bit. Tho re...

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

I W) I Tlw - " in iii - ..ii. SATl'RDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1882 THE DAY'S DOINGS. ArruuNooN'. Concert at Einuiu Square, 4:30. evj:nixg. Rethel Vostry: Goapcl temper ance meeting, 7 :30. TO-MOltllOW. Bethel: Rev. S. C. Damon, 11 a.in Fort St. Church : Rev. J. A. Cru- zan, morning anil evening. , St. Andrew's Cathedral: Rev. G. Wnllnco, morning and evening. THE LEPER HOSPITAL OUT OF PLACE. To have located the Leper Hospi tal ou FishcrMan's Point was a seri ous mistake, and to retain it tiicrc is the perpetuation of a serious mis take. We concede that in some respects the site is especially adapted to the purpose for which it is used, particularly by its being near to, and partly enclosed by, the uca, so that isolation from outside intercourse is easily secured. "We also admit that another site, equally good hi all respects, would be dilll ctdt to procure within a reasonable distance of Honolulu. Neither arc n unmindful of the cost of remov ing the buildings now in use to ano ther locality ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 2 September 1882

TELEPHONIC. Dtmond Head, Sept. 2, 0:30 a.ni Calm in the channel. Schr Ehukoi off to leeward. Lady Liunpaon off Dinioml Hcnd. . Arrivals. f Sept. 1 Stun- Lchun from Maui and molokai Stmr Mokolii frcm Kooluu Baric Chicluyo from Newcastle Stmr Wnhuunnlo from Waimaualo Sept 2 Stmr C It Bishop from Knuni Sclir Klnikai from Wuinlua Sclir Nettie Merrill from Lahaina Bark Lady Lninpson from San Fran Schr Waioli from Waianac Departures. Sept. 1 Schr Catcrina for Ilaualci Vessels Leaving this day. Sclir Liholiho for Koloa Passengers. From Maui and Molokai, per Lc hua, Sept 1st It W Mayer and son, It S Scrimgcour and wife, Misa Bar nard, Mr Alifoo, and 10 (leek. l'lom Kauai, per C Ii Bishop, Sept 2 G AV Wilcox, Hon J Kauai, 6 N Hundley, F Bindt and 2 sons, Miss Titcombe, Lieut S A Roberts, J H Phillips, A II Smith, Miss Harris, It Harris jr, and about G5 deck. Vessels in Port. Gcr bk Joscfn, Gr bk Ailolph, Koppclmann Haw brig Nlnlto, C'umerou Am bktue Ella, Brown: Am bgtnc CoiimicIo, Howard Am...

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

!& DILLING-HAM & CO. Importers nnd Dealers In 3t IBt- ,1 he ' I t Pv1 I M. M1NERNY, Importer nnd Dealer In Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, FoUet Cutlery, ct!., etc. Gents9 Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Bugs, Watches, Diamonds, Jewolcry nnd SUvor-waro, etc Korthcnst Corner of Fort nnd Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can alwajs be found Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods, l3 Call ami Select ono of those Celebrated ""a Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (i)2) BtxuazeasfeBiiuAAiargaa'jjjfaTPTTC llic fln lnlle SATURDAY, RKITE.MHEK 2, 1882 Buried Alive. Tlic order of (lit; lttiricd Alive in Rome, the convent of the ScpoltoVivu is a remnant of the middle, ages in the life of to-day. The London Quiai's correspondent hurt the privilege of an entrance within, one after another, of the five iron doors, nnd t.dking with the. Superior tluoiigh the thick swathing of n woolen veil, hut odin nry communication with the conve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 4 September 1882

f w mgBP-ww wrwrwnKrm JlflMTBMMim-nil'l' 1W iffTJiiiiinwil MMini I an lnliriiii.lMKiiimi.n- ,.. ., iF""7: DAILY flTTTW JXJJ 9 a? No. 185. HONOLULU, H."L, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1882. Subscription 20 Cents per Muilfc. IMSFiia tff'; " m w m 'w wwwv i'Vii ymHswwa acr vmx "?wm m? w &- w w . . :i THE mrsnii .." I' s 0 If fl r- .? THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bui.i.ktw Publishing Co., nnd circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 60 cts. per month. G. Carson Ken yon, . Editor. Ail business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Oiucc Box No. 14. J. Q. Clevioh, Manager. Two Civilizations. A number of years ago, two young men, John nnd James, Boston boys both, were fellow-darks on Kilby street. John went to Chicago in its muddy days, prospered, married, raised u family, and ere his hair was gray became a well to-do, substan tial citizen, open-handed nnd open hearted. James rem...

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

k psilg wlkttq MONDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1882 THE DAYS DOINGS- KVKN1NO. Havuiouy Lodge, 7 :30 o'clock. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence Is solicited on tlio top. Icb of the day, or what may become so. We reserve the right to excise pure ly personal matter. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the spinions expressed by our cor respondents. Ed. 'Mr. Editor : Will you allow me apace in your payer to state, that on the day of the riot I did not go on board any war vessel in the harbor of Honolulu. Having ascertained who " Ubiq " Is or rather are, I decline to have any discussion with people of that stamp. P. C. Jokes, jk. (CoMMUXlCATKD,) Some Things That aro Not True. That a new military company is to be formed, to be composed exclu sively of officers, and that Major Pun-is is to be Commanding General. That Mr. Furneaux has taken a contract to fresco the new Palace. That " my-son-in-law," is to be Deputy Marshal. 'That Capt. J., is to be Admiral of the Hawaiian Navy. That Military Instructo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 4 September 1882

s --m - '$$,!' --r, imFrJiimWv TT" """?' - )yg r-n !cf?VRHn9HBMBHBaHMHflHHHHMHMta 1 t TELEPHONIC. t Dimond Head, Sept. i, 0:30 a.m Calm in tho channel. Nothing in sight. Arrivals. Sept. 8 Strar Likcllkc from Hilo Stmr Kilauca IIou from Kabului D0DD Stmr City of Sydney from S F. Schr Marion from Kauai Schr Jenny from Kauai tsehr Manuokawai from Hanamaulu Sehr Wailelc from Muliko Schr Emma from Wuianae -Schr Kulamanu from Koholalclo Departures. Sept. 2 Schr Liholiho for Koloa Sept 3 .Stmr City of Sydney for Australia T3k Chicalayo for Kauai VesselB Leaving this day. Stmr Iwnlani for Kona and Kau Stmr C It Bishop for Kauai Stmr Lchua for Molokai and Maui Stmr Mokolii tor Koolau Schr Ehukai for "Wainlua Passengers. From windward ports per Like like, Sept. 3rd. E. G. Hitchcock, Misses N and II Hitchcock, Misa N Andrews, E Kamai, A O Forbes, M L Hnllcnback, Mrs Brown and child, J Seimscn, W L Jones, M II Jone3, Miss Pcabody, J Low, Miss Lyman, Koki and 2 sons, Miss Hinds, Misses A and E R...

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

P t re f i 8 i M. MCINERNY, Importer and Dealer Is Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Poeket Cutlery, to., etc. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Tnwellnjj Bag, WatchcB, Diamonds, Jewolery id Silver-ware, etc Northeast Comer of Fort and Morcuaut sts., Honolulu. M THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can always bo found Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods, B5T Call and Select one of those Celebrated 6 Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (32) Wiy.LUlUJ.l'il'JJ fftlit ffoilii Ijulldhi MONDAY, SEPTEMBER -i, 1882 LATE FOREIGN NEWS. Au'A'AN'DitiA, Aug. 10. A Cir cassian, who passed through Arabi Pasiha's camp, states tlint a Colonel, Captain, subaltern and beventy-six men were killed on the rebel bide in the engagement on Saturday. He confirms the report of Arabi's bad health. lie bays that twenty-five battiilions and eleven batteries are pobted along tho canal between Kafr-elDwar and the advanced out posts. It is said that the French Director of Domains states open...

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

nrajs3! Mf DAILY l( 5,' 1S82. No. 186. HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBE Subscription SO CcuU per Monti. ." THE 1 i TlTTT T TimTIT 1 JjULLIj111 m ;i 1 t, 1 f; 1 1 r ) i JJ v P THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin Pudlmukci Co., and circulated throughout the town, nud forwarded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO eta. per month. G. Camon Kunyon, . Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Offlcc Box No. 14. J G. Clevioii, Manager. Boyish "Wit. The late Dr. William Artiot, of Scotland, was noted for broad and accuiate knowledge of the Bible, and for a ready wit, equal to every enicrcencj'. Ho was the youngest child in a largo Scotch family, and, having a weak body with an alert tongue, was often imposed on by hit older brothers and sister. In con tests with the tongue ho was pretty 6uro of a victory, but stood no clmncu of success in rougher squab bles. After a brief nbsence from home, t...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 5 September 1882

TzJFf ' r , X t it" ''' I I ' ( t I ta 1h l8ttMlt- TUESDAY, SEPTKMBER.5, 1882 THE 3AT3 DOINGS ttVKXIXG. Bible class, Lyceum 7:30. Spiviul inectiiip: Y.M.C.A. Bethel Veoliv, ":30. Excol&ior Lodgo, I.O.O.F., 7 :S0. post-office facilities. Any observant man who has t rav elled the great countries of the world would have been struck dumb at the eight which gicota the eye during the distribution of letters by the mail Hlciinu'r from San Francisco. Men, women and children crowding struggling and pushing to be the first ut the window. Indeed once anyone got into the front rank it was still more dillluult to get out. And for a Sabbath day, a duy of rest and quiet, the scene was disgraceful. Every vessel that comes here brings more inhabitants to our islands and the majority of these cannot aflord post-boxes, and so have to get their letters from the delivery window. And the discomfort and inconveni ence will increase with the years if some steps arc not taken to prevent it. In the uar'....

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