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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 11 September 1882

TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Sept. 11, 0 :U0 a.m Light E Wind, Nothing in sight. Arrivals. .Sept. 0 Stmv CJ It Bishop from Kauai Stinr Lohtir from Muni and Molokni, .Stmr Kilauca IIou from Knhu'.ui Stinr lltinsa from Liverpool. Sept. 10 Stmr Likelikc from Ililo Schr Mnlolo from Ilakalau Departures. Sept. it Schr Lcalii for Kohalalclc Bark Kmerald for Port Townsencl Schr Noltio Merrill for Lahnina Vossols Leaving this day. Stmr C R Bishop for Circuit ICnuai Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kuliului Stmr Lehua for Maui and Molokai Stmr Mokolii for Koolau Schr Kaalaa for Koolau Schr Euhkni for Waialua S'jhr Waioli for Keokea Slir Walelm for Waimnnalo Sch Mana for Ilanamaulu Sch Catarina for Ilaualei Passongers. From windward ports, per Likelikc Sept 10th J II Maby, Miss Robert son, Miss Ilillcbrand, A Ilcrzog, Mrs W C Jones, J Aipo, D D A Covert, J Costa, Miss Jones, Miss Rohinson, "W M Knight, Mrs Kau and 2 chil drcn. Miss. Spencer, Hon P Iscnbcrg, "V7 G "Wood, II Rogers, Miss O'Ncil, G C Akina, Cap...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 11 September 1882

I I mmmi'm rtrrsoR. DILLINGHAM & 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 bujers. TV eftstoii's Xi ITe i c n t i a 1 DPxilloy Blocks. KSTO THE LADIESI JUST TO HANI), AN ELEGANT LIU E OE LADIES' HOSE Dlicct from iioudun. Laclic3' Silk Hose In Ruby, N'av, Pearl Drab, Canlin.il, Sky Pink, &c. Alo Laillfa' Llsli-Threid Hose Licciu Sky Pink, LYru, Puirl, Cardinal, Ac Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. (duties', Mines' mid Children's Cardlnil Hose, hudioi', Mioses' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hoo in great variety. t5T Every p'tir warranted A 1 Goods Jg& Honolulu, Sept. Dih. M. McINERNY. 1 . m S TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON -a-, cheapest best. :, . 44&s$aSS3E iiAttttuw.. AfcB55feNrais:ffes) SSSraKESfiSES? ?1 S-Srtfcfc hPSk.ikS it Y sg&k. a&Ezm-x...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 12 September 1882

No. 192. UOXOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1882. "jiilxcrljulon 50 Liiiw jitr isoath. t i f THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by tbe Daily 1!uu,i.tin PcnutitiNo Co., find circulated throughout the town, nnd forwaided to the other Iidnudti by every opportunity. Subscription, 00 cts. per mouth. G. Caubok Kkxyox, Editor. All business communications to be nd. dressed, Manager Dallv Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. J. G. Ctnvion, Manager. Chasing a Railway Train. One of I hoso ridiculous and laugh ablo incidents to be scon at the Union Depot occasionally, occurred yesterday afternoon. A country man, with his pants in his boot tops, an umbrella under his arm, a broad brimmed straw hat on his head, and the indispensable linen duster cover ing his frame, arrived on the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio train, with the intention, as was subsequent ly developed, of going north via the Buffalo, Pittsburg and Western Rairoad. He put in the time inter vening between the arrival...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 12 September 1882

t liiiimin'nii. mum ji .hi n n 3 w m f' w JY u Tl'KSO.VV, SKIT. 12, IW-J. 3y TEB DAY "S DKH03. I'lVt'ATJU. IVCCiii'.'Wf t'hws. at 7:30. Tlis Hop' iloaitias1 Econ. Some of oiii- ri-inj,' generation have been piilorpritfing onoiipcli to jd.irl a reading i'o:n for boysi id imitation of what ha1 "con done by their elders. They have succeeded in nmaKinr (ioicicthinr like 200 volume", and lmvo creditably lilted up :i little room on Emma street n.a library ami meeting room. Tho walls aro decorated with neatly writ ten conies of their rules and i emula tion1), lists of ofllcor.s, Ac, enclosed in tasteful frames, and they proudly point to everything in the room as lci!i the produce of their own labor or purchased from their ow u funds, assist r 3 in some onset, by the gener osity of friends. In this voom every evening the boys! meet and carry on bu.Mnc'-s or amusement, the affairs of the society or the instruction of its member, as their programme provides for. They have a regularly drawn up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 12 September 1882

fW TC3$Q01P!Q!!! mmmam W TELEPHONIC. Dimoiul Hc.ul, Sept. 12, 0:110 n.m Light KWIml, Schr Kaluim 8 miicd to Icawnrcl. .Arrivals. Sept. 12 Stmr Iwiilnni from Koiin and Kan Departures. Sept. li Stmr (J H Hishop for Circuit Kauai Stmr Kilnuen Hon forKiiliuliii Stmr Leliun for Maui and Molohai iStmr jSIokolli for Koolau Hohr Kaalaa for Koolau Schr Waioli for Keokou Schr Wniehu for Wiilmnnnlo Soli Cnlnrinu for ilaualci Vossols Loavinr? this day. Schr Emma for Wiiianno Sell Alum for Ilnuniunulu Schr Kulikui for Wninluu Schr Kauikcaoulp for Ifonokaa Passeucers. For Kahului. per Kilauca Hon, Sept 11 Kobcil llnll and -IS deck. For Maui ami Molokai, perLeliua. Sept 11 Jau Cowaiit and wife, V II Stone, wife and '2 children, K W Meyer. Otto Meyer, Thus Cuming ham, Mrs Ilnnnrd, D Napela. and about -15 dock. For Kauai, per C II Hilltop, Sept 11 Jno FCiuWm, W II llice, Uev A 0 Forbes, M L llallenbeek, Mr and Mrs Kauai, E L Kauai and Mis Kauai, AVm JLIardy, C Hcitleinan, Mrs Fredinberg, AV Schmidt,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 12 September 1882

DILLINGHAM & 00. Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Agricultural Implements, IIouBe Furnishing Goods, Pnints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invite the attention of'buycrs. "Weston's Diirei-entia,! 3?iilley Blocks. B3?T THE L.ADIES.-'SS JUST TO HANI), AN ILLE&AIT LINE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from Imdon. Ladies' Silk Sflose in Ruby, Navy, Pearl, Drnb, Cardinal, Sky Pink, &c TRUMAH'S IMPROVED IRON 9 fAlso Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose Lace In i HARROW., a A-Jbflffl Sky IMuk, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &o. A ?- CHEAPEST & BEST. Sl&j'i&45$. - JVS ZZ -''v.-JSV'Offtel j-.",W'Wij,J'TC:Wk i Also, the same lino of ladies', Misses' and Children's Balbriggan" Hose. Ladle', Mls-W and Children's Cardinal Hose, Ladies', Mitres' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hose in great arlcty. J2?" Every pnir warranted A 1 Good Jgl Honolulu, Sept. 9th. o?1 .! Ay trln miking 'LU rj k TUESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1882. J Horribb Tragedy at tho Lo...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 September 1882

rum mi i hi i iiikw mi win jmi mMmmmi PITT lil l A TfV mms TIT T T - -- . - 1 " - - M "- - ,J . .1 - . " - . injCi UAlhl ' n n m m w i b n m ymjnavmr lumMi m at n uu l vWBBrKRw&BKi t l i 'GtB&Si-tWQitikifi MifeMHLa) afJi .&&,' , j i.77 ,",,',"l"""i'',f 1 ' rmmMmmmsmm ilWn ,. ..- -' ' "-" - 1L vL No. 193. HONOLULU, 11. I., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER L'3, 1882. Subscription SO icnts per Jluntb. i THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin Publishing Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. G. Causon Kenyon, Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Ofllcc Box No. M. J. G. Cucvion, Manager. "Do you think so, darling ? " " Yes," said the girl, pnssing her plate for more pic and biniling archly as she spoke, " kisses and embraces and fair woitls arc very pleasant things sweet lips and warm arms and loving eyes but truth and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 September 1882

w Wi?.?-fiY v.1 ?" T wi r- iiiBfe P!. M,.MU.M Mmjti rratiuMi if. -jj I? V ,4' j,V" t ft fl vir .? & 3t IT m'j. i j I lillV. inlUlCini. WBn.;p.sftAY, sltt. is, issu. XillUATSl-OISOS Hflbol: Pn.vor melting, at 7:30 i'orl St. Church : Prayer meeting, IK. -Vtulrew'd Cathedral: Usual cnU'e&, at 7: SO. GTJIl 5THEETS. ', ' As the Government have not yet ' comuvjuecd any public works there -...... ........ -.... . uf . . ....... .1 .ums tta tot ontia to no r.ttainea ana the best :ncaiia to be used in attain ing tuo.e en-Is. 2o one v. ill deny that our street tire in an execrable condition uml for u growing city like Honolulu, to b-.we such narrow lanes us its princi pal thc-ronghfaies is a dUgrare. But yet in reforming the evil gre.it euro, must be taken. It is cert 'inly do uiralilc that prompt steps be taken but to promptly start botching in stead of real repairing is only waiting public money and laying up a store of trouble for future years. Honolulu has out-grown the prc ipnt s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 September 1882

' TELEPHONIC. Dnnond Head, Sept. 13, 0:30 a.m Light K Wind, Schr Mamtoknwni off Barber's l't. Arrivals. Sept. 12 Ain sloop Sport on tho Wnvc fm S.F Stmr Wnitnunnlo from Waiinanylo Sept 13 Schr Wuimalu from Haiku Schr Liuollho from Koloa Departures. Sept. 12 Schr Duma for Wainuae Sch Mana for Haiianiaulw Schr Euhkni for Waialuu Schr Kauikeaonlc for Honokan Vessels Leaving this day. SchrJI ana for Honomu Schr Kahma for Kooltiu Passengers. For Windward ports, per Likclikc, Sept 1211 R II Likelike, II R II Kaiulnni, Miss Barnes, Mrs Vcnt worlh, Misa feer, W Wall, Mm 'Pull man, Mr Rothwcll, Rev S E Bishop, F II Ilaycclden and wife, and four children, W Lycan, J F Colman, II F Whalley, Capt Haley, E Ward, T Woltcrs and wife, F N Makec, Miss Cleghorn, W P A Brewer, II Corn well, II L Sheldon and ton, G Costa, T Coan, C J Austin, C Baldwin, S L Dosha, II Webb, Mrs Bruce, S Parker, 3 Misses Coues, 2 Mis.scs R .-.hard son, C Roberts, T R Walla-, b Maikai, J F Coleman, D Crowning berg, Judge K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 13 September 1882

DILLINGHAM & CO. Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &e. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they invite the attention of buyers. Weston's IifTe ren tial UPrxlley Blocks. SSTO THE LADIES! JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGANT LIFE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladles' Silk Hose in Kuby, Navy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal,' 8ky link, &c. Albo Ladles' LIslc-Tlircad Hose Lace In Sky Tink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &!. Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. t t i -nzr- i J ru-U I' T11 J II IT TRUMAN'S IMPRnVFn IRON iAafi- CHEAPEST & BEST. """""-" AJbtM&fr&S3ftG$ZSA HARROW. jtJmMNLi4r4A UtL tiLa-"" " --. -.: . 1 1. I i Ill II t I P JTH WWQi- y .Ladies , Missus auu uuuurou b uttiuiiggtm xauaui Ladle?', MlvoV and Children's Cardinal Hose, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hose In great variety. X3T Every pair warranted A 1 Goods jgj Honolulu, Sept. !Uh. M. McINEENY. x...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 September 1882

No. 19-1. HONOLULU, II. I., THUESDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 1832. Submlptlan SO IcDti ii.r Month. 1 ,; V j; .it s Y M ?r m !-, ', THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin PiniLisitixa Co., and circulated throughout the town, find forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. Q. Caiison Ki:nyon, . Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Olllcc Box No. 14. J. G. Cmjviou, Manager. At tho Clitro Assizes in Ennis, two brothers named Hourigan, were arrested for setting fire to a police barrack, the property of Darby 0' Grady, Esq., and it was stated the barrack had been ignited by means of a jar of pitch, found half con Eumcd near the burned barrack. O'Connell was employed for the defense, and by his desire a skillet containing pitch was secretly placed near tho witness' chair and over this O'Connell placed his broad brimmed hat, so as effectually to conceal it. The principal winess for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 September 1882

She ; Igtilldin, 'fi .THURSO VY. SEPT. 11, 18S2. fr Tin: a&Y's Doraos. MIMJNINO. I' E. 1". Adams' Regular Cash Sale, Tat 10 a.m. Annnxoo' -' Furl street Votry Youoir Ladies' Blbilc Class, 15 v.M. KvnsiKO. -j Ilmvn'inu Council, Amciican Lc -K'iou of Honor, 7:;i0. H:C!H PPvIOS rOHBEEF. In nothing lias the cost of living toewasod more of late years than in !. H.mi of butcher's meat. This xu'iy lie clue part 'y to decrease of cattle by the drought of three or four yours ago, and partly to in crease of demand. Hut these two causes combined do not aullicienily u"cmuil for present rates. Fifteen cents t pound, with a rumor ailoat of a still higher rise, is a stilt price for poor families with small incomes to pay. The breeders and raisers of stock have been credited with dispropoitionnte advance of lirst ooit; but inquiry at the proper fiourees convinces us that the butch ers are junking more than their fair bliarc of proiits. "What they pur chase wholesale for seven or eight cents the...

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. — 14 September 1882

I D u. TELEPHONIC. D-nnond Head, Sept. 1 1, 0:30 a.in Light K Wind, Sclir Mnnuoknwut 8 miles off Arrivals. Sept. 13 Schr Jennie from llnnulci Sept 1 1 Schr Wnilelc from Mnliko Schr Ktuuoi from Knliuhu Departures. Sept. 13 SolirMana for IJonoimi Schr Kalinin for Koolau Vessels Loaving this day. Stmr Iwalnhi for Kona and Kau Sehr Mtilolo for Ilakalau Schr Mana for Ilonomn Sehr Wnimtiltt for Lanpahochoe Sehr I.iholilio forlltinamtuilit Sehr Kanikcaouli for Ilonokaa Sehr Prince for Kilanca Vessel 3 in Port. IT. 15. M. S. Sappho, Clark U. S. S. Alaska, 0. K. Belknap Br stmr llansa, Saunders. Gr bk Ailolpli. ICnppclniaim Haw btly Ninito, Cameron Am. b.trtt Kalakaua. Am torn Mary Dodge, Hi- bark II W Aliny, Freeman Br. bark Oboron. llr b.ivk Lady Lampson, Marston. Am hloop Spoit on the Wave. Vessols Expected. Wg Niiiiiv Kioiii line 151: Etnuin, from Pugct Souud, Aug 18 Haw bk Kale, fm Bremen Sept Brit .stm Suez, Dodd, from S.F. Sept 1(5 Am bk Martin Davis, from ISostou Sp Stmr City of New ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 14 September 1882

ypJ-.-r '-H jJivsa.i-a.aa 8 rr I fA KSTO THE LADIESSI JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hose in Ruby, Navy, Pearl, Drub, Cardinal, Bky rink, &c. Also Ladles' Lisle-Thread Hose Lace in Sky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &. Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. '; Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Ladles', MlscV and Children's Cardinal Hose, Ladles', Mlv-rs' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hoso in great variety. C? Every pair warranted A 1 Goods 3 Honolulu, Sept. Oth. M. McINERNY. THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1882. riod into execution before the twelve Judges meet, I will bring this out rag ous case before them." This had the effect intended. Judge Torrens invited O'Connell to continue the deforce of his clients, and to this, after some pretended reluctance, O'Connell assented. The case went on, and the Judge, to show he was no bigot, put the char acter for honesty given the prisoners by the priest so .strongly that the j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 September 1882

'"wmwn -1 ifPi'i ' ' JXJJlJ No. 195. HONOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1382. HuWrlptlon IMJ lent itr Stoats.. sswrw'TWRffisrapr irpTi ? ' w K it TMM fi 1T 13i - "i V '".l J .f Si THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published cory morning by the Daily Jluu.rriN Puhlibiiimi Co., aud circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. Q. C.miso.s Kiinvom, - Editor. All business communications to be nd. dressed, Mniinjrcr Dallv Bulletin, Post Office liox No. II. J. G. Ci.uvioit, Manager. Hardly a Bonanza. It was a soleinn-visnged New England stockholder in a Soutli Carolina railroad who niado a journey Soutli to interview tho President of the road, and ask: ' Do things look now as if tho road would have a largo surplus at the end of the year?" " Vos, but wo have seven bridges to rebuild," was the reply. " And next year." " "Wo shall have to buy twelve now locomotives." " Woll, tho years after that?" " Oh, we shall want new ir...

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

- -Mi Mil llllllirnflM li1 li'tidMMI IW'W'lll iH'iiilllH I i M Min ""Wt n A T ' j,i..nin ,i i ' " . . . 1 ?."'.' .'"""' -'. JJ-T'VV!?y'll.y.-!'?i',ll'"''"J'M'''w'''''M'"'"'"'''''"''" '" "" i .iMiiMwiiwttiw-yM f . &1 ; - ,. , 'British fou-osto land on lie '1 li jJ m l0W ' ? t Cannl, and to onrr; S '7 l' oor operntion nuirht be FHtWAY-. iSBPT. 15, I8tf jAr3)0T:fas. UOItrltKii. Side wharl, of utonw, iVe., r.t steamer lv Mr. Adams, :ii 10 o'clock Kviis'ls'u. Adjourned meeting of Mechanics' Benefit I nion, fit bail of Kngitio Co. No. 2, at 7 .-SO, Dusiucbu of Im portance. Tko JKcutrality of the Suez Canal. The neutralitv of the tine. Canal will be a prominent subject of dis eussi hi in the Fuiopeun ;mpern. Tl tt&usit through the canal is governed bv the concession of January, lJoG, winch wad signed b Muhumnied Said, the Khedive, and latih'ed at Constantinople bv the liruiau of Mirch 10, 1850. "Article Kill is as follows: "We solemnly declare for our selves and our successors, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 September 1882

. I TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Sept. 15, 0:30 a.m Strong 12 Wind. Schr Wair-liu off port. , Airivals. Sept. 11 Am fidir Anna from S V Unrk Knlo from Hromen Schr llnlenknln from Pcpcckco Schr Mei-Foo from Koolnti Schr Wnilelu from Mnliko Schr Jlnnunkuwni from Koloa Stmr Mokolii from Koolnu Departures. Sept. 11 Stmr Iwnlnhi for Koim and Kau Schr Mnlolo for Ilnknlnu Schr Mimn for Ilonoimt Sclir AVnitmilu for Laurmhochoo Schr'Liholilio for Ilnnamaulu Schr Kauikoaouli for Ilouokaa Schr Prince for Kilanea Vossols Leaving this day. Schr Mulolo for Ilnknlnu Schr W'nimalu for Lanpahochoc Stmr Wnimanalo for Koolnti Schr Mnnuokawni for Koloa Passengers. For Konn and Kan, pnr Iwalani, Sept 14 I lor Jlrjusty Queen Dowa ger Emma and suite, .AlibS Napoleon, C Mctncckc, W II Dnvics, IU M Taylor, A W Sproull, .1 Russel, K PrcBton.K Wallace, and 150 deck. Vossols in Port. IT. B. M. S. Sappho. Clai k U. S. S. Alakn, G. E. llelknap Br stmr Ilansa, Saunders. Gr bk Adolplu Koppelnunn Haw bilg Nlnllo, Camer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 15 September 1882

W WAJift tww w DILLINGHAM & CO. Importer and Dealers In Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Sec. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invite the attention of buyer. Weston's BiiTercntial 3?nlley Blocks. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON 4rfBSfr?EAPE8T&BEsr" TO THE LADIES JUST TO HAND, A.N ELEGA3ST LIME OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from Londou. Ladles' Silk Hose in Ruby, Navy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal, Bky Pink, ;. Alco Ladies' Llslc-Thrcbd lloe Lace in Sky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &a. Also, the same line of goods Kinbroidcred. Ladies', Misses' aud Children's " Balbriggan " Hoso. (.r.Jlcs', MisfL's' nnd Children's Cardinal Hobo, Ladies', Misses' ami Childioij's. Plain and Fancy Hcwe in great variety. CJ" l'vcry pair wartauted A 1 Goods $! tt a RP.n w. . a j&segrjsKBiNWffwarjffeA: &: t tfr ft 4 2 ; Honolulu, Sept. Oth. g fa fort, Ignlldh.m PAPYRI Kill DAY, SEPT. 15, I88'2. iv V A Ttotic of the War. jjfr Thv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 September 1882

a fp No. 100. HONOLULU, II. L, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10" 1.8827' i ' Milnrrlptlun 30 (ciMi per llinilli. BULLETIN. JL jlJI fL fl.J JL S? r; ) . . THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by thu Daily Uuli.ktin FcnMHiiiKo Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwnrded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per mouth. G. Carbon Ken vox, Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Ofllco Box No. 14. J. 0. Cli:yioii, Manager. Advertising for Blood. " I didn't think he'd go," said Mr. Sanderson, gloomily, "though he acted queer for sonic time." . "What did he do?" asked one of the party. "The first intimation wc had of it was finding stores secreted about the house," continued Mr. Sander son. " lie plugs up all the rat holes with lemons, and I'd find salt stored away in my clean socks. I didn't pay mculi attention to it at first, but when I found the piano full of cheese, and tried to play the "Maiden's Prayer" t...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 September 1882

iW''HiMfrM)u'itjk'JjUi:l'ljJ&L'LJwraaM(MM 1 '(i A- ? 'A .... . 3 he- lifn; 5lUlUlJ; ! '. . Jl S ATI rill) AY, SKIT. 10, IR2. v i It WVDHIV3& M llt'.tMl. T"- ruM l v:i'i'iiVi'p real estate st ;'. :mJo-iiiii ii, an 1 the stock salt' :t I) ..MS I'.v M'"- ,1a,(,u flt '-' "u AI'ILIINOON. Hand at r.ii'iim Sfjiuiri at -:'.W. Kvr.MMi (! i pel Toi.'.pertiiieu Mo-'tins, at Neth.n'wtiy. s't 7:"0. TO-'lfUtUl'V,'. li-thcl: Rev. N. C. Damon. U a.m Fort S. t'hure'i, l!;v. !. A. Ciu- rttii. monuii'j ami evening. St ".iHlri'v's ('ntlimli.'il: Hcv. C!. 'nli,ifi morning and cvemng. BUILDINGS FOR (JO.NTP.ACT- LAEC-nrac- iluw-iiiaua ami l'ojtncui'so uhould as far ns possible lie placed in del idled or semi-detached cottageB, a.-il crtainly not moie than two families in i-o;iii-det.it!icrt cottages, i l.ar,;er buildings to contain more tliim two families arc extremely un healthy in the 11 -t place, anil M'l-orifily. inevitably lend to quarrels In'twoen (lie occupants on tlu child ren's account, b...

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