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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 September 1882

TELEPHONIC. Ditnonrt Heart, Sept. 22, 0:30 n.m Light N. E. wind. British bnvk off port. Arrivals. Sept. 21 Schr Luka from Koholn Schr Prince from Kilaucn Sept 22 Stmr Iwnlnni from Konu nnd Knit Stmr Waimnnalo from Wnimnnnlo Departures. Sept. 21 Schr Pohoiki for Pohoiki Schr Uilamii for Olowalu Vossols Leaving this day. Stmr Hnnsa for Sydney Stmr Suez for San Francisco Schr Prince for Koloa Schr Mnnuokawai for Kilauca Passengers. Vessels in Port. n.B. M.S. Sappho, Clark U. S. S. Alaska, G. K. Belknap llrlt stm Sticz, Dodd, Br stmr Hunsa, Saunders. Am bark Martha Davis, BcnHon. Gr bk Artolph, Koppclmaim Haw brig Nluito, Cameron Br bark II W Aliny, Freeman Am bktne Discovery, Perriman Br bark 'Lady Lampson, Marslon. Am sloop Sport on the Wave. Haw bk Kale, Schr Anna, Vessels Expected. HlK Hume From Due Aug li Sep 25 Oct t Oct Oct 17 Dee Dec Bk Emma, from Puset Sound. Btmr City of New ork, fin Syd Stmr Australia, from S. F, Haw bk Iolanl, from Bremen. Nor bk Imacos, fin New York, Br bk ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 22 September 1882

'DILLINGHAM & CO. Importers nnd Dealers In Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invito the attention of buyers. Weston's IiXre ro ntial DPxilloy Blocks. KS-TO THE LADIES JUST TO HANI), AN ELSGAHT LINE OF LADIES HOSE Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hose In Tluby, Nuvy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal, Sky Pink, &c. Aloo Ladles' Lisle-Thread Hose Lacr -in Sky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cnrtlinnl, &c Also, Ihu same Hue of goods Embroidered. TRUMAN'S IMPRnVFn IRON a- CHEAPEST & BEST. HARROW. . 4.KZ3KSirrrteA Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Ladies', Mi-sc' and Children's Cardinal Hoke, Ladles', Misics' and Children's Pluln and Fancy Ho6e in great variety. C37" Every pair warranted A 1 Goods .Jg3 nonoluln, Sept. !)th. M. McINERNY. Che l;i lnil FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1832. Pauis, Sept. 7. The minor that England, with the assent of Russia, has signed a (secre...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 September 1882

THE DAILY BULLETIN ' No. 202. U&IYOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. Subscription SO Itms tier Month. I .:; fj I IT M i (H, ill w J THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published cvrry morning by the Daily Bulletin Pudlibui.no Co., and circulated throughout thy town, ond forwarded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. O. Gajisok Kkxyow, Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed. Manager Dally Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. .1. G. Cleyioii, Manager. Tho Kertlivo. " Well, what do you hear about tho keydive?" said u Last Chunco man yesterday in front of the Post Office. ,l lie's having quite a picnic'a's near as I can get at it. Old Gum Arabio and the Kcrdive have had a eot to it Beetns at Alexander," said a man from the Oregon Short Line. " Well, now that Arabi Bey has soured on the Khedive, I s'poso wo may look for perdition to be poppin' purty plenty?" aid the fat-man from Council Bluffs. " Speaking about tho kerdeovo;" said a young...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 September 1882

y rft a $l ii Igtilkiiti. SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1882. THE DAYS DOINGS. MOIIKIKQ. Mr. E. P. Adam will sell at Stilus Room, at 10 o'clock, a Valuable Collcetlou of Books, Liquors, "Wines, otc. EvENJ.NO. Meeting of Veteran Soldiers and Sailors, at the ofllco of J. M. David son, at 7:30. Mr. E. P. Adams will sell at the Hawaiian Hotel Parlors, at 8 o'clock, a Valuable Collection of oil Paint ings. Gospel Timperanco meeting, at Bethel Vestry, at 7:30. TO-MOUUOW. IW ': Rev. S. C. Damon, 11 a.m FortSt.Church'Dr-Cook':norn1 kaumakapili: MornlJf Schools; evening, Mr. HoliL.nuK St. Andrew's Cathedral: Re;' VT Wallaco, morning and evening. Col. Geo. MacFarlano's Party. On Thursday night the road to "Waikiki was dotted witli carriages going and coming ; the whole popu lation seemed to be on wheels, and all wero making for the same place Col. Geo. MacFarlano's residence, at the Park. Bcforo coming to the 1 Baths tho brilliant illumination of the look-out was perceptible, and, after passing the bri...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 September 1882

fc ' w TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Sept. 23, 0:30 a.m Light E. wind. C II Bishop C miles off Arrivals. Sept. 22 Br bk Glengnbcr from Liverpool Am bktno Klikitnt from Ft Sound Stmr Mokolii from Koolnu StinrLehun from Maui and Moloknl Sehr Knuikcaouli from Hntnukua Sept 23 Stmr C It Bishop from Kauni Schr Lihollho from Koloa Schr Mile Morris from Lanal Stmr Kilnuea IIou from Kahului Schr Ehukni from Wninlua Sehr Kaluna from Waimanalo Departures. Sept. 21 Stmr Hansa for Sydney Stmr Suez for Snn Francisco Sehr Prince for Koloa Schr Manuokawai for Kilauca Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Moi Kcikl for Christmas Is Schr Uilama for Olowalu Passengers. For Sydney, per Hansa, Sept. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Blake, Mr. Coorn, Mr. Stewart. For San Fraucisco, per Suez, Sept 22 Miss O'Neil, S C Damon, wife and 2 children, A Moore, Mr Lai, B Nathan, B L Ferguson, Mrs. Dr. Fitch, Dr Meeker and wife, Miss Afllcrback, II Bergcr and daughter, T Cornell, W Powers, E Ferry, E Footc, F Kcllcy. From windward ports, pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 23 September 1882

DILLINGHAM & CO. fcTO THE LADBESSi Importers and Dealers In JUST TO HARD, AN ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladles' Silk Hose In Hub', Navy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal, 8kj Pink, &o. AUo Ladles' Lisle-Thread Hose Lace In ' , Sky I'lnk, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &c Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. Hardware, Agricultural Implements fH Houso Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. ' Have made large additions to their stock of goods 0 To which they Invito the attention of buyers. "Weston's Differential DPulley Blocks. , ..A, TRUMAN'S MPKUVEU KUN . fbgfeuiibflrwi&BtsT. - . AsfcCTteCSSCa'TXfc.. ,, ? TUTiTimir t. t nrrrmTr i "TivT-r" f-Trrn 1 ' " AAJCVJftU VV a I llll'l II I llii I 1 il I II - flir" It- T fc CWtJII -Wf: m Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Ladles', Misses' and Children's Cardinal Hobo, Ladles', Misses' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hoso in great variety. E3F Every pair warranted A 1 Qooda JJ Honolulu, Sept. 9...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 September 1882

No. 203. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1882. Hiilncrliittcni SO lentil prr Month. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bulletin Puiilishino Co., nnd circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the oilier Islands by every opportunity. , Subscription, 60 eta. per month. G. b.Mtaos Kiixvo.n, . Editor. All business communication: to be ad. dressed, Manager Dailv Bulletin, Post Olllcc llox No. 14. J. Q. Cluviok, Manager. Fun with a Deaf and Dumb Man. Quietly entering iv bnrbcr shop, the stranger removed his hat and coat, nnd taking a card from his pocket, wrote on it : "I want to be shaved." A barber stepped forward, read the cord, and, pointing to a chair, said to his brother artists: "Deaf as a brass kettle and dumb as an oyster." The man straightened himself out in tint chair, when his manipulator began lathering his face. "This deaf cuss has n cheek like a stone wall," he said, when n gen eral laugh followed. "Stick a pin in him and see if he is e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 September 1882

fffmmff mm''-- ww ww 9fifhr.2ytW ! ffl MONDAY, SKPT. 25, 1882. THii MY S U0ING3. Fliumony LoiUr, at 7:30 Algarolm Lodge, 2s u. 1, I.O.G.F. Knight ol Pythias Hall, 7:30. EXPKESS HATES. Eveiv dm we hear of Home new xtt'rtiuiiaic faro being oliargcd by express drivers, especially to those who arc stranger.". And yet there is a reg'ilar beak- at legal charges ptib-lisli'-ii, which passengers may see on demanding it, and which no express driver ran go behind. Uut there are two placi'H which have no ilxed rate ch.trge.d -the Pali and the. Pail: and it k generally to the.-e places that the exorbitant rates arc paid. In the days previous to Mr. Wilder being Minister of the Interior, we arc in formed that there were no fixed rates by law and that lie saw the evil and reino.Ued it. And to this day he is gratefully thought of by travellers atal occasionally cursed by express drivei h. It would, we believe, great ly increase the popularity of the pre sent MiniMer if he would take the bull by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 September 1882

- iimi ii iiiimii Mm mi mi in' i it mi mm nrnw "Mniii " - mniumwn ,..-gT mi gift jg Jg.'- 'tfl jBMplfl I TELEPHONIC. Oimuiul Head, .Sept. '.!fi, ut'.JO a.m Light N. K. winil. Nothing in Might Arrivals. Sept. 21 Stmr Likclikc from windward ports Schr Wuloli Trom Illlo Schr Mco-Foo from Koolan Schr Liholiho from Nawiliwill Schr Cutaiina from llanalcl Departures. Sept 20 Schr Toi Keiki for Christmas Is. Schr Uiliima for Ulowalu Vessels Leaving this day. Stmr Iwalani, for Kona and Kau Stmr Mokolii, for Koolan Stmr Lchua, for Maui and Mokolii Stmr C R Bishop, for Kauai Stmr Kiluuca IIou, for Kaliului Schr Luka for Kulialn Schr Kaluna for Waimanalo Schr Khukni for Waialua Schr Knuikcaouli for Ilonokaa Schr Mile Morns for Molokai Schr Kaala for Ileciu Passengers. From Maui and Molokai, p Lchua, Sept 23 Master Clark at 14 deck. From Kahului, per Kilauca Hon, Sept 23 His Ex K Preston, W 11 Cummings, Mr Russell. J Horner, Mr Sproull, M D Monsarrat, James Bunker, W II Hutchinson, M J McLean, F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 25 September 1882

DILLINGHAM & CO. Importers and Dealers lu Hardware, Agricultural Implements; IIoubc Furnishing Goods, Pninta, Oils, Varnishes, &c. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invito the attention of biijcia. "Weston's Ii fie ie ait isxl 3P Till ey Blocks. STO Ti-flE LADIESa JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES HOSE Direct from London, Ladies' Gilk Hoso In Kttby, Navy, Pearl, Drab, Caidlnal, Bky Pluk, &c Also Ladli'it' Llsle-Tlircail Uo-c Lace--In Sky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &e. Also, the same lino of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Ladles', Misses' and Chlldion's Cardinal Hose, Ladies', Mlsnes' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hose In great arlety. tST Kvcry pair warranted A 1 Ooode J2 Honolulu, Sept. iltli. M. McINEENY. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON jbe?-. cheapest & best. HARROW. be?frfs a KSSSsacfirA . ssmm- &i S Che f)a nlkliii. MONDAY, SKIT. 2."), 1882. Ho Had the Bulge on Her- 'Er.asles," said n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 September 1882

1 THE DAILY B T J uuu LJ 9 No. 201. HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1882. .Siilnrrlpllon SO Icul irr Muntti. npa -xsr m " i. I 9, ) A s ?: ;. a "i THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Bcl.i.i:tin Pumasuino Co., and circulated throughout the town, nnd forwarded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Bub-icrlptlon, GO cU. per month. G. Caiiron Kknyon, Editor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Post Office Box No. 14. J. G. Ct.r.vioit, Manager. A Modern Pablo, Some of the eccentricities of mo dern adulteration arc delicately sug gested by a German satiriBt, in the following neat little fable : 'There were once four flics, nnd as it happened thoy were hungry one morning. The first Bottled upon a sausage of singularly appetizing ap pearance and made a hearty meal. But he speedily died of intestinal in flamation, for the sausage wa9 adul terated with aniline. The second fly breakfasted upon flour and forth with succumbe...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 September 1882

K . W' iV, Ik it, f WT 1KIMMI WWmtWIfy I ' f"T" lFWM,ftK,MtW ti;ehimy".,si?t: '-'p., ie2. IV'NIS".. &! of " Sport on' the VTnvc," at 'i tn'r Vr'har''. at I '2 noon, by 3l. I'. vbinn. Kviisrxfi. Bibh' Cmw at Lyceum, at Y:30. TTii ar.aiuapi Jlnnioy S.cliooh' (tJArtc:'1" 3shilition. - Tim large native church, known as I:iii:ii.ik!li, lins, in addition to the !&'! r'i School regularly heiil in the ii'itr 1-,. ix.iiiimbi;- of smnll ullUiatcd :iliiii.'l.i:i schools. It iH t lie custom fur all. those wchonh to meet together ci j i co every quarter, anil give u kind if nitbiio exhibition. 'L'he regular quarterly, meeting and exhibition of Utoso schools took place last Sunday I'.iftrniug, in the upper room of the 11-.- chuvch. iVl'oiii the uiue appointed for be- .(tiwiiiip, the largo room was eomfurl- n ify .tltv.l with oiiildrcn, loauheia, 1j(..'i"it., (riendn,. and strangers. !(,ior'..iy alter oomnicnocmcti!. nut ....I. ., .... t.r ttt. lim iiiMi.irr .1 ... .111 tiwt- liMl'l'.,) " ...

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

I 'K TELEPHONIC. Dimond IIciul, Kept. 'JO, l:"0 n.m Light K. wind. Balk 10 miles to westward Arrivals. Sept. 'Jfi Stmr City of N. Yoik fm Sydney Schr Jennie from Iviumi Sclir Ivulninnmi from Koliolnlclc Uoparturo3. Sept 25 Stmr Iwitlnni, for Kniia and Kan Slmr Mol.olli, for Konluit Stmr Lolma, for Maui and Mokolii Slmr C It Bishop, for Kauai Sclir Lukn for Kolinla Selir Kaltma for Wiiiinnnalo Schr Khnkai for Waiaina Sclir Knnikenuiili lor llonokmi Schr Koala for Ilcoiu Sept '25 Stirir City of N. Yoik for S. l' -7 Vessels Leaving this clay. Stmr Jiikolike for uimlunid ports Stmr Kil.tuca lion, for Kaiiulni Sclir rIilj AI orris for Alolokui Sthr Kmma for Wnianno Schr C'atar'um for 11 ninlci Schr Wnioli for Kcokcn Schr Liho'iho for N.iwiliwili "Passengers. Tor Kauai, per C J? Bishop, Sgpt 2f,W 15 Taylor, Alts V Co'jta and 2 child rot), .MV Bush, Judge Kauai, A A Monlnno, KK Conalt. A Irome, 0 Irvine, Ali-s B Ciuz, E Streliz, H M Ful'er. D Ros,s, T W Glade, 1) Kenedy, 1) D Baldwin, Mis ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 26 September 1882

DILLING-HAM & Importers aud Dealers In Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &o. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they invite the attention of buyers. Weston's Differential Pulley Blocks. JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGANT LIHE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hose In Huby, Novy, Pearl, Drob, Cardinal, Sky Pink, &c. Ale tv Ladles' Mslc-Tlucad Hoc Laecln Sky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &c. Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON w cheapest & best. HAEROW. a3cS33WJr"& . A-Jb-Jk&S&&ffgS&mWi4 I II II II II 111 I I T"W- LM V li. I. iJri . AJU.1.1 &tJjrifc r V Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Ladlcg', Mines' and Children's Cardlnttl Hose," Ladies', Mines' and Children's PJaln and Fancy Hose In great variety. i3T Every pair warranted A 1 Goods Jg$ Honolulu, Sept. 01. M. McINEENY. ht iailit ullciitu TUESDAY, SEPT. 2G, 1882. T...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 September 1882

Nflt '" HfMi it I Hi I ! I III MMI i lb i HI il ) I' "I J III I iM ! I ' I i ! "S ' - ' " ' - t. "i K "WEHJB THE DULY a t BULLETIN. No. 205. HONOLULU, II. I., "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1882. Subscription SO lent prr lloutb. k THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by tho Daily Bulletin Puiilibiiino Co., nnil circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, 60 eta. per month. ,G. Uaubox Kkkvon, Editor. All business communications to bo ad dressed, Manager Dully Bulletin, Post Ofllce Box No. 14. J. Q. Clkvioh, Manager. A Sea Serpent That Barked. Monumhnt Bkach (Mass.), Aug. 15. Clmrlos H, Picrcu, Captain David E. Giulot, II. E. Founce and Wm. Vaughau of Hnrdford, Conn., four young men who liavo been camping along tho shores of tho bay, relate tho following exciting story of their journey across from .New lieu ford to Wing's Nock light: Wc loft Now Bedford yesterday at 1 o'clock p. st. in tho yacht Josie, accompanied by our s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 September 1882

"? I VI $u ;t Igidldhb WBDNKSDAY, SKIT. 27, 1882. TME DAY'S. DOINGS. AKTintNOON. Funeral of thu late C. T. Wiling 'hum. from Bethel, at 4 o'clock. f KVIIN'IXH. Hcthel; Prayer mecling, 7:30 4 , Fort Bt. Church ; Prayer meeting, A" 7 :!I0. s,? St. Andrew's Cathedral: Usual 'services, i '.iu, B CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence solicited on tho top. ",'lcs el t ho day, or what may become so. , W'ij re-trivo the light to excise puns ''ly pur-onid matter. ''. We do not hold oursclvc-i responsible for the pinions cxprcMcd hy our cor- respondent. Ed. Tho Hawaiian Situation. 5ti:. Eui-ron : 1 wish you would find room for the following lines in , your widely road little paper, as I think the other papers have not grasped the situation. Some months' ago, when the pre- , sent Cabinet took olllce, it was the opinion of the public! generally that tliuy were chosen merely to carry through tho Legislature or rather to propose certain measures and sanc tion their passage, such as the late Cabinet coul...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 September 1882

i J-' 'TELEPHONIC, nmiund Head, Sept. 27, i::tO n.m Light K. wind. Nothing in night. i . Arrivals. Sept 20 Bk Chlelayo from Ilunnlei Stmr "Waimnnulo from Waimanalo Sclir Maim from llonomu Sehr Jennie from Nuwillwili Departures. Sept 20 Stmr Likolikc for windward pofts Stmr Kiluuciv Hon, for Kahului Sclir IMilu Morris for Molokai Schr Kiiiiim for "Wnianao Schr Catnrinu for Ilunalei Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Wuioli for Kcokcn Sclir Liholiho for Nnwiliwili Sclir Knlamaim for Kolalclo Passengers. For San Francisco, nor City of New York, Sept. 20 G Strain and wife, Miss Draper, J Strain, 1) II Davis, G T Theobald, It S Iloorc, E II Buxton, E Lcfllej, J M Kapeiiu J L Kauliikou, W E Foster and wife, J Itoliiiibpn. II Cornwell, Mr Le Count, Mrs I) McLcod, Ilaron von Birtow, C Spreckols and family, Mrs II Barfield, M L Ilallcnbeek, J "Wright, Miss Ponti, Mrs Lightncr, C V llousnian, A Chaptn, W A Johnstone, Mrs L McCully, J Ka paa, J and I Ilakuole, G McFarlanc ami servant, F Spencer, M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 27 September 1882

1 '.r.--. ..,. ,.., ' ' wKErc"" " w' i3rTO THE LADIES'5 JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGANT LINE 0F BABIES' HOSE Dlrirt from Loudon. Ladies' Silk Hose in ltuby, Nny, Trail, Drab, Caidinal, Sky l'ink, &c. Also Ladles' Lisle-Thread Hote Lace in i Sky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &c. Also, the same line of goods Embroidered. Ladios', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hoso. Ladle, .Misses and Children's Cardinal Hose, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hoso in great variety ' CzT Every pair warranted A 1 Goods Jg UlJjJUllN U-.tljft.lVl 65 UU. Importor.s and 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 nttcntlon of buyers. "W cston's I i H"o l'ential I ulley IB locks. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON &-., cheapest &BE3T. HARROW. A--yL--''Jafc-i'MyvKiirSig. TwJrTrfcAtwifftea A a. ssa?r?pjtssflEririaASEir i-A Honolulu, Sept. Oth. ;Itc jjpmtg ifiulldit...

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

fh WriTrr,WWn DAILY BULLETIN. ii I 1 h ' A ?. i, I' MB No. 20C. ' THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by tiie Daily Bulletin PuiiueniMO Co., nnd circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islundi by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. a. Cahbon Kenton, Editor. All business communications to bo ad dressed, Manager Daily Bulletin, Fost Office Box No. 14. J. G. Ci.Kvion, Manager. Making the Most of the Hone. In Franco, when a horse lias reached the age of twenty or thirty, it is destined or a chcmjcal factory; it is first rolioved of its hair, which serves to stuff cushions and saddles; then it is slaughtered and skinned; the hoofs servo to make combs. Next the carcass is put in a cylinder and cooked by steam at a prcssuro of three atmospheres; a cock is opened, which allows tho steam to be run off; then tho remains aro-cut up, tho leg bones aro sold to' make knife-handles, etc., and the coarsor parti the ribs, tho head, etc. are converted into...

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

Cftc aila n THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1882. THE DAY'S DOINGS. MOKMNU. ., . - Mr. E. Jf.Adams will hell Retail ytuck, etc., at Sales Uoom ut 10 w'olook. AFTEltXOOH. Y.M.C.A. laying corner stone, at V o'clock. EVESINft. .Am. Legion of Honor, a 7:30. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence Is solicited on the top. 1-u of the day, or what may becoinn no. "We reserve the right to excise pure ly personal matter. We uo not noiu ourselves rcsponsioje lor the eplnlons expressed by our cor. respondents. Ed. v Mr. Editok: 'That friend refer red to in your paper to-day either draws hasty conclusions or la very poorly informed as to facts. First, the sloop was not sent on a sealing utilise as her size would indicate, but was sent to prospect for a chan nel for larger vessels. Second, a careful examination of her provisions would find enough for her crow of three roeu for four months; and as to fire-arms, wc arc professional hu litem with our own fire-arms that suit uh, and we do not offer them for sale, but pr...

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