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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 September 1882

TELEFHONIC. nimoml Head, Kepi. 10, C:'.!0 n.m Strong : Wind. Stuir C I! lli-lmp miles off Arrivals. Sept. lfi Slmr Luhtir fin Muni ami Molokal Si-pt lr.tii Rtnir (J H HMiop from Kauai Stmr Ivilnuou Hon from Kaliului Eluikai IVoin Wninlim Sclir Jenny from Kauai .Sclir Ullama from llnnulei Sclir Pohoiki from Puna Departures. Sept. r Sclir Mnlolo for Ilakalau Sclir Wniinnlu for Laupnhoclioc Stnir Wniinanulo for Koolau Sclir Mnmioknwui for Koloa Turn Mary Dodge for Humboldt Vessels Leaving this day. Bk Kalakaua for San Francisco Sclir Jennie for Koloa Sclir Kaala for Kancoho Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y. ,, r,s ; ' TIIK A 1 rsfeili; Iron Stoanior Suez, DOUIi. - roMMANDKU Will le'nve Honolulu FQR SAN FRANCOSCO on Sept. 'Jind, For freight or imsagc, having superior accomodations, apply to 124 Wai. 0. ImviN & To,. Agents. ;CUT?v I V ",VR I-'OK SAN FRANCISCO. Passengers. From Maui and Alolokui, per Lc hua, Sept lfl A Unna, 2 Miss Irish man, Miss Love, Mrs Bannister, Judge Fornandcr and daug...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 16 September 1882

GEBK3BBKK!SnE3Kkhli3XtaBi3fr-imimmteafranmaH!i II I I I mn: .-.-. e -. SLL-A iTteJi- 'K7i SJCWaJLf -ag-jLir wwgff i f i i -wntwg jj mm-we W8P IWMWllWHIWWWWWWIWFfWI wm DILLINGHAM & GO. 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 ol liucrs. Weston's Difi'erential 3?nlley Blocks. fafTO THE LADIES' jraT TO HAND, AH ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladies' Siilc S-fiose flu Ruby, . ay, Pearl, Drub, Cardinal, Sky Pink, .to. AUci l.Htllci Link-Thread lloso Lace In SVy F1nfc, Ecru, Pearl, Canllnnl, &c. Also, llio same line of goods Embroidered. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON A ?"EAPEST&BE8T- T-pirii . J,Ag!KTS"KrtSfA.i HiiiUliU VV . . AtfL-SSKgBiK!fi MaaHWBMaMWiuKiwTnwitiiwgBitjw iaMMMlwwBwMMifiMdMttMww t, I If r 4 Ladies', Missos' and Children's Balbriggan" Hose. IaI.im, Mlf-r ' and Children' Cardinal Hose, I.arllf...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 September 1882

fv No. 197. HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1882. Hnbscrlpttnn SO Icnu per llonth, & I X ' ; n 'I ,' ' ? ft ftf I I h p V . srt fc- J E' t n THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin Puitusiiiva Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. G. OAiibOK Ki:xvoh, - Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Tost Ofllce Box No. 14. J. G. Clf.vioii, Manager. Aug. 28. The troops are continu ally advancing, and it will not be long before Telel-Kcbir is attacked. Between Ramloh and Mayum the ground is good for marching, but the canal is full of dead horses and dead bodies of Arads. Some of the latter wcro thrown there by their comrades, xvhilo others were the corpses of men shot wlnlo attempting to escape muskets. Almost all the prisoners arc peasants, and all the dead also were peasants. General "Wolseley telegraphs from Ismnilia on S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 September 1882

l-V., rs -1 . M.K.UV. SKJT. 18. 13.'. FVl'.StSI. aJ-m'l 'C'mcert, Hawaiian lit 7 1 fit). ' Il0t! lfcn'M.Mi) Lo'.jjc I.O.O.F at 7:30 j K?v.'jm?!? : ."?3U.U.c-LAff'?r.0'!1ir.88. j 'rim rn... lu nvtpin-ii.it fi-rtin n ill-. ....- .-...,, . ................. DriV'.tV Liter ivoeivc! here ,, i ,' . i .!ii! Aiittli'nt'n liV the hist Iliml ' '" " :. Mgrotipa oi ncnis. Meauicr. niul helps to give an ulea The t(IUHt f ti. ,rj(i0 im,i brides tif the 1. :' rnd material progress 'rrnoni was proposed by Col. A. tie th-i cmIoh'v I 'sa in a neat speech, in which he ' "Yi nviv not 1)0 aware that ithere " n .fi .' creator wealth of pen- U odieid ,i ijiieations in Australia than in any c ir part of the world, that i o:ijri.u:iv!y not eseepting Un- f,ua Usnn even. There is one udvan- tg i: :.' papers have over the Ameri can : i':it is, they are not bca- jiiirt-li.-d with h'imbitg and rot. Our jlajte j are never seurrilotu or ahui-.f) of rivals. There arc now ?in A '' i'Je four iMilie beven or liiht Woe...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 September 1882

f V . "jj wBitWt'"'v j " . .--. . 1 sHB M1TA W gra ..-- - . . -- . ---.- - - --- --.- . . " a ' , " .' 7" . .. - nr .Mt j.-f iT--ya: inirMMir - I f 1 IT U'l'- I ! 1 T IB H'I'IPI I J( y f TJHB TELEPHONIC- Piniond Head, Sept. 18, 0::!Ou.in Light 15 Wind. Nothing iii sialit. Arrivals. Sept. 17 Stmr Likelikc from llilo Stmr Suez from San Krnnoico Sclir Kekiiuluolii from llnimlei Selir Cuttuinu from Ilnnnloi Tern DKeovcry from S V Sclir Gen Siepi'el from ICoolau Sclir Meiifoo f om Koolau Departures. Sept. 1 li Hk Knlnknim for San Francisco Sclir Ji niiic for Koloa S"tir Kuala for Kanoolic Ves)ol.i Leaving this day. Sclir Iljilcakala for llilo Sclir I'iliiikai for Wnialun Stmr (' R Bishop f r Kauai Stmr Alokolii for Koolnu Slinr Lehim for Maui and Molokai fcdtnr Kilauen llou lor Kahului Sclir Mile Morris for Lund Passengers. From windward port'?, per Like like, Sept 17. Miss Swain, Miss B. Kekoa, AlibsGieen, MibS Dowselt, Miss Mist, Miss Barnard, Miss Rhodes Mi'.sTurton, M ls- Smithies, M...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 18 September 1882

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 buor3. "Weston's X i ile i e 17 tial 3?xilley Blocks. K2TO THE LADIESrSa JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hooe In Ruby, Xavy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal, Sky Pink, &o. Alto Ladles' LIsle-Thrend Hose -Lace In Sky Pink, Kent, Pearl, Cardinal, &c. Also, tho same line of goods Embroidered. Ladjo3', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hobo. Indies', Misses' and Children's Cardinal Iloie, Ladles', Misses' and Children's Plnln and Fancy Hose in great variety. CJT Every pair warranted A 1 Goods J3 Honolulu, Sept. Oth. M MoINERNY. it . t ', 'i v TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON , 4CFPEST&DE8T- iNfcJ!3I ..mnnn . JUaa2Crr5!Sn1 $ht fla 1h11c MONDAY, SKIT. 18, 1882. It is Told of Turner that ho did not consider his labors over ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 19 September 1882

No. lfl. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1882. Subscription SO Unit per Month. i THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin Pudlibhiko Co., and circulated throughout the town, nnd forwarded to the other Idlnnds by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cU. per month. Q. Carbon Kknyon, . . Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Mauaccr Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. J. Q. Clkvior, Manager. A Primary Teacher is describing the banana and the children are to jiame it. Finally she steps to the board and draws the outline of the fruit. " Well, Johnnie, what have I described?" "Cucumber!" " Oil, no; the cucumber grows here, and I told you this fruit grows in the South; besides, is not the cucumbor a vegetable-?" Johnnie yields to the point and relapses into a study. Soon an idea strikes him. "Sausage!" is the triumphant cry. It is stated that John Crowell, formerly of Camptonville, Cal.,vho left the country about sixteen years ago very...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 19 September 1882

wimmiuMwi'iijtwinw fiEpw $11. Hgtillclhk TUESDAY, .SEPT. 11), l.S8'- VilK 1)A7'G DOINGS EvtMNtl. St. Audiuw'a Cathedral l'l I'C Oiv,iui Rceitnl, ut 7: 15. L-.o'iiin, liiblo Ulu-s, at 7:ao. Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.K, 7:IJ0 Tin Alabama Olaiuui. . We condense thi' follow ing f i om the New Yoik Imlepnmhnt of Aug. llilli, on the Geneva nwaidc on the Al.ib una claims. It will, no doubt, be inteiestinp;, as sonic of our citi y.i.iis are claimants under this award: CongiobS pushed an Act in June this year which settles that the 1111 denvi iters had 110 claims and that the money .should be distributed to the ship owners, the owners of cargoes, the otlleers and seamen that were on the captmed vessels, and that lhi same class of persons of any loud who paid picmUuns to in sine their propcity against lisk of capture by the Confederate ci niseis are the proper and lawful iceipienta of that award. The- balance yet to be distributed under the awatd, accumulated inter est amounts to about SI 1,000,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 19 September 1882

j v telephonic. . Diniond Head, Sept. 10, OiUOn.m , Light K Wind. I Hark Mtirtlm Davis and shr Jh)l heiki ofl noil ; Hulir uiluimi o iiillus to leeward. 1 Arrivals. Sept. 19 Unrk IMiittlm Davis from Boston Sclir .Moi Keikl from fishing cruise Solir Kuluna from Moloau . Schr Kekntiluohi from llannlei Departures. Sept. 18 Schr Khukid for Wuialua Stmr C II Bishop for Kuuai Stmr Mokolii for Koolau Stmr Leliua for Mnui and Molokai Stmr Kilnuca Hon for Kaliului Schr Mile Morris for Lanai Vessels Leaving this day. Stmr Likelike for windward ports Sclir Emma for Wuialua Selir Ilaleiikala for Hilo Schr Marion for Namakua Passengers. For Kauai, per C 11 Bishop, Sept 18 R Smith, M Harvey, A Spencer wife and 2 children, J Drcicr, Ct Alenkc, O Iscubcrg, A Hnnncuerg, Col Z S Spaulding, O Sehultz, M IIuppc and wife, L Knrlbaum, U N "Wilcox and about 95 deck. For Maui & Molokai, per Leliua, Sept 18 Mr Unna and about 100 deck. For Kaliului, per Kilauea Hon, Sept 18 Rev T II Rouso, J F Cnssnn, 1'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 19 September 1882

DILLING-HAM & 00. 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 BilTercntial 3Pxilldy Blocks. 2? TG TE-3E LADIES "Sat JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGAUT LIHE OF LADIES' HOSE Dtrtct from Loudon. Ladles' Silk Hose in Ruby, Navy, Pearl, Drab, Ciirdlaol, Sky Pink, &e. AlsoLadies' Lislu-Thread Hose Lncc In Sky Tink, Ecru, Tear, Cardinal, &c. Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. LudleV, Misses' and Children's Cardinal Hose, Ladles', Misses' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hose in groat variety. ST livery pair warranted A 1 Goods J23 Honolulu, Sept. Oth. M. McINEENY. TRUMAN'S IMPROVE!) IRON -.. CHEAPEST & BEST. JL jra"Z"L' I Tiivrjti . HAREOW. W v f ft- ;? Ci !' in!k TUESDAY, SKIT. 19, 18S2. Mother: So you enjoyed your walk, Kate. Did you go all that dist...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 September 1882

Xo. Ipf). HONOLULU, II. T., "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1882. MiLuiliitlun SO Veins n i' A. until. I ' ,r V u : h. " I No. 27 3 Iff A, 106 I) It THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning liy the Daily Iln.u.riN Pmusiii.so Co., mid circulated tluouglioiit the town, mid fnrwiiuttil to the lTcr Islands by every oppoituiilty. SulHciiptlon, 50 cts. per inoiitli. 0. C'aiimix Kr.NYON, . - IMitor. All business communications to be nd. dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, l'ost Oniee. llo.v. No. I. J. (i. Ct.uvioii, Manager. WiinutJ i tv nxmmami Tho Whaling Fleet -Loss of the North Star. The winding baik Thomas Pope, Capt. Fisher, arrived in San Francis co, Sept. 0, 05 days from Point Bar tow, and furnishes the following memoranda : Sailed from San Fran cisco for the Arctic Ocean June 10th ; passed through Ouncmak Pass July filh; pa'-'-ed East Cape July Mth; made Cape Serdse same day and arrived at Point Harrow July 2Gth, where we found the whaling licet and were informed of the loss of tho wh...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 September 1882

' &ju M .,,,, ,. eoare moat, bono and fat, neither It' 4iUhl ibiUic(jn.,or curse oOtblo except lu strong " ' WEDNKSDAY, SKIT. I'O, 1882. i'aLUdVSDOIKGS. J:t.mnu. Fort Htivot f'huroh: .1 'raver uicet ig. at 7: 510. Bethel: I'rayer meeting, 7:30. St. Andrew'''. Cathedral: Usual cervices- at 7:0. Meeting of the G. A. 11. at J. M. Davidson's ollleo at 7:JI0 A Comfortable House. Vi'Kterilsiv we paid a vif.it to the new tioue just being put up for Mr. V,". i.. Irwin at the Park. It is not yet finished but it will be sometime ne.t week. Tiio building was planned by C. Geddes of San Frnn r';tcfi. mid contracted for bv Mr. G. ff Lincoln. The workmanship through- ', " out is exeellcut and the materials k' are the very best but Mr. Irwin will have the satisfaction of knowing '" that he has the finest home in that ' neighuorhood. The main building fronts the IV.rk and consists of five rooms and a large lanai at the back f.iclng the sea. The verandah in front Hanked by two bay windows is exc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 September 1882

6- V 1 I -X 'M- L 1 1 w ..vr-f TELEPHONIC. Diiuoiid Ill-nil, Sept. 'JO, 0:30 n.m Strong N K Wind. Nothing in sight. Arrivals. Sept. 20 Schr Uiluina from Ilnnnlci Departures. Sept. 19 Stmr Likelike for windward ports Schr Eranm for Wnitilua Sulir Hnlestkula for Ililo Schr Marion for lliiinakua Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahainu Schr Mcc-l'oo for Koolnu Passengers. For Windward Forts, per Like like, Sept 18 G Armstrong, Mrs Ovcrend, Judge Austin and wife, It M West, T Farrell, Dr Tisdalc, Mr Guibert, W E Itowcll, Judge For nander, Miss Rhodes, S Alexander, Mrs Hastings, Miss Makcc, W F Johnston, T Pcdler, II Tcunant, C K Corvillc, S McCullum, W II Bailey, J M Monsarrat, M I) Mon sarrat, Miss Bruces, G Mclntyrc, W Holmes, Cant. Kaai, H B Carr, D Crowningberg, J II Cornwall, L Aseu, J Zabhui and wife, F M Hatch. V N Makcc and wife, Capt Harrison, S Walker and 300 deck. Vessels in Port. II. B. M. B. Sappho, Clark U. S. S. Alaska. G. R. Belknap Brit stm Suez, Dodd, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 20 September 1882

V' If it. . KS'-T'O THE LADIESS .IIS? TO HANI), AN "ELEGANT LIFE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from Lou Jim. Ladles' Silk Hose hi lluby, Navy, I'e.irl, Drab. Cardinal, Sky link, Ac. (2 Alio J.'utivs Llslu-Thrrsd Hon1 Lace in ? bky Fink, 1-cru, I'ciirl. Cardinal, Ac. Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' ami Children's Balbriggan " Hose. ,? IuIIw', M!oj' nnd Children's Cardinal Hose, I.adle.t', Missc.-.' nnd Children's Plain and I'hiicv Hivc in (rent nrlety. ZSf Every pair warranted A 1 Good ..3 Honolulu, Sept. Cult. M. MoINEENY. P M HWALL PAPER! cv? j f Wednesday, sept. 20, ism. Bangs on Ejypt. Di:ai: llAN:mt 1 hov just writ 1 to Sus Ez a kilter on t ho racket in Uj;ipt, u copy of which I bund, as follows: Dn.vn Svr. Ez Can ul this row h v about you? Port Said that Alex iiinlria w.is nil broke up, ami you wore not r.oeiviu' any calleis until i vti would Scy mout nbout it. '; Take Cair O, take care, or you will '. In- nn-Xileatod. If Arabi Boy i coutiimc.rs to disobey i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 September 1882

No. 200. HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1882. Subscription SO I'tBls jut Month. A .1 , !?' VI t vv v. s ,'1 )' A' r THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by tlic Daily Bumxtin Puiim-siuno Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Island by every oppottunlty. Subscription, CO cts. per month. G. C'AiihON Ken vox, Editor. All business communication1 to be ad. dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Poit Ofllco Box No. II. J. G. Clevioh, Manager. Ismaima, Sept. 3. Ail engineer ofllecr who was found wounded, after tying forty-eight hours on the Ka6Bn6sin battle-field, states that Arahi Pnshn informed the men who participated In that fight that there wcic only two weak British regi ments at the fort, and there vras plenty of time to drive the Christ!-, wis into the sea. The officer thinks At aid's army is utterly demoralized, lie says the Egyptian General In variably places irregulars In frout, in order that the regulars may fire upon thorn if they sh...

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. — 21 September 1882

a i She: fo ISgnlldftfe . . THURSDAY, SKIT. SI, 1882. THE DAY'S DOINGS. M01IS1NU. Regular Cash Kalu by Mr. Attains, at- Salesroom, itt 10. Kvt:s!Nt;. Bethel Vestry: llujxuhip monthly meeting Y.M.C.A. at 7:30.j The Freo Organ Iteoital. On Tuesday evening wns :i brilli ant hiiccoss ; nil the sitting room was occupied mid ninny people took their stand outside. The whole of the programme wns gone through excel lently, but from the snered ehnrneter of the building applause wns limited to looks of plciuune. But the inter est exuited may bo judged when we Bay that not n bigu of woaiiness crossed the faees of the audience, and so many of them remained quiet in an atmosphere Hint was bimply stilling. The building does not seem as if its system ol ventilation wns calculated to promote the com fort of large audiences. And now for the programme. Place aus. (Imiit.i, Miss J'onti dis tinguished her.-olf by her iiMinl vocal ability. Kaeh selection wns tender ed with that facility and expie.ssioii ...

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. — 21 September 1882

I&t. I TELEPHONIC. Dumiuil Head, Sept. -Jl, 0 :::o a.m Light K Wiu.1. Schrs Priiiuo mill Miinuokuwni off to leewnril. Arrivals. Sept. 21 Sehr Mtiry Foster from I'uualuu Departures. Sept. 20 Sehr Nettle Merrill for Liiliaina Sohr Mec-Foo for Ivooluu Vessels Leaving this day. Sclir Polioiki for PoUoiki Selir Uilnnm for Olowalu Passongers. I ( Vessels in Port. H. 11. M. S. Sappho. Clark U. S. S. Alaska, G. K. Belknap 111 It stm Siii'., Ootid, llrHlnir Ilitnsa, Saunders. Am hark .Martha Davit, Benson C!r 1)1; Adnlph, ICoppehnaun Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron llr bark it W Almy, Fireman Br. hark Oheron. Am bktne Discovery, IVrrlman Br bark L-uly Lampson, Mnrston. Am sloop Siiort on the Wave. Ilawhk Kale, Sehr Anna, Vessels Expoctod. HIb 'll!IH' I-'iom 1)1111 Ilk Emma, from Fusel Sound. Attvr IS Stinr Citv of New tfirk, fm Syd. Sep 25 Stmr Australia, from S. F, Oct I llaw bk lolaul, fiom Bremen. Oct Nor bk Imai'os, fm Xow York. Oct 17 Hr bk Cllock from Liverpool, Pec Hk Ahcr Amiin, troni O...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 21 September 1882

JIlfifiHKSHIBIIMWIMMHWIIMMiMiWlIBHMlMlilfflMJ! '" ''"'WMwiMiigiiLAiiJiMiiMltl-iliJMBJWMiLL. f'MOTHuiiimn, ... .ii... ... .,,... . . .I.I.II. i i i i i ni ii in ii nil ii iii i iiimiiijiiiiiimii iiuiiijiiu.m.a mnwiniiii . ,ni,,i ih.ii i mi mnpwn ! " ' " DILLING-HAM & CO. Importers nnd Dealers in Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Ac. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they invite the attention of buyers. Weston's Differential DPulley Blocks. FiE LADIESl W BTO T m JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGANT LIKE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hose in Ruhr, Navy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal, Sky Pink, fce. Also Ladies' Llalc-Thrcad Ho-to Lncr -in Sky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &c Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Ladles', MIssc3' and Children's Cardinal Hose, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Plain nnd Fancy Hose in great variety. E2T Every pair warrant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 September 1882

WBiipppi11! ' j" 'p mmMmmmm$m$. "No. 201. IIOXOLULU, II. I., FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1882. Bsburlpllnn SO Ctnls icr Month. iiULLJcjilJN, 'i 11 in Hi 1 1 A I 1 1 1 sBS i m THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published evciy morning by the Daily Bum.i.tix Puiilisiiiko Co., and chculatcd throughout the town, mid forwardi-d to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. G. Cahson Kknyon, . Editor. All business communications to be od. dressed, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Onito Box No. 14. J. 0, Clkvioh, Manager. A Woman's Grit and Grip". Liibt niplit it lady who resides on Ivy street was " at homo " to quite a number of her iriends, and a plenf-nnt evening was the result. Before the hour for reparation had arrived, however, one of tho guests of the lady was taken quite ill and was escorted to a bed-room, wheie she was disrobed and made to feel as easy as every possible kindness could offer. About 12 o'clock she fell into a quiet ibleep, and the young lady who was watching ...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 September 1882

$$J,C Sw'il lnlWin. FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1882. THfJ DAY'S DOINGS. EVKNING. Improved Order of Bud Men, 7 :30 MUD IN THE STREETS. To look i our streets after n shower of rain one would think that they had never been made at any time, and that nothing but softest black soil was to be found in them. Uut yet under a few inches of mud a solid bottom may be found, where once the street was laid, but which has become invisible for a long while on account of the loose coating of mud. And why the mud should be al lowed to continue is a mystery. No one will he found bold enough to uphold it as a blessing or to reckon it as other than an unmitigated evil. Why then do our authorities not find out some sensible plan to get rid of it? "We arc perfectly sure they will gain the sympathy of the gentler box if they will do it. No lady can walk in our streets with any comfort to herself, or without coming home with the edges of her skirts encrust cd with a thick coating of mud and ruining the appearance o...

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