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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 28 September 1882

' TELEPHONIC. DimonU llunil, Sept. i!f, 0:30 a.m Culm tn the channel. Schr Knlunn and sloop off port. Selfr Prnico off Barber's paint. Arrivals. Sept 27 Schr Kckaultiohi'from Hanaloi Schr Kaala from Ilccla Schr Maim from Ilonomu Schr Mec-Foo from Kpoluu, , Departures. Sept 27 Schr Wnioll for Kcokcn, Schr Liholiho for Nawillwill Ilk H W Almy for San Francisco Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Knlmnnnn for Kolnlclo Strar Waimanulo for Pearl River Passengers. Vessels in Port. H. B. M. B. Sappho, Clark U. 8. S. Alaska, G. E. Belknap Am bark Martha Davis, llcnson. Gr bk Adolph, ICoppcluunn Haw brig Nlnlto, Cainerou Br'bk Glengnbur, Am'bktuu Kllkltat, . Am bktue Discovery, Ferrlman Br bark Lady Lnmpsou, Marston. Am sloop Sport ou the Wave. Haw bk Kale, lf, Schr Anna, r VobsoIs Expected. ltlc NHme From ' tDno Hk Emma, from Fugct bound, , 'Aug 18 Slmr Australia, from B. F, Oct 1 Haw bk Iolanl, from Bremen. Oct Nor bk Iroacos, fin New York, Oct 17 Brit Btm Suei, Dodd, Jm 8. F. Oct 17 It M H Aus...

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. — 28 September 1882

DILLINGHAM & S3TO THE LADIESI Importers and Dealers ia Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, &c. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invite tho attention of buyers. Wa&tovi'& Biifercutial Pulley Blocks. JUST TO HAND, AN ii j. r fliW, ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES' HO&E v Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hose i In Ruby, Navy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal, Sky Pink, &c. Also ladles' Llt.lc-1'hrcad IIimc Lace In Sky Pink, Ecro, Pearl, Cardinal, &c. Also, the same liue of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Ealbriggan " Hose. Ladies', Mls'sos nnd Children's Cardinal Hose, Idle', Misses' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hoso In great variety TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON . i4-r cheapest o est. HARROW. C3T Everj pah warranted A 1 Goods J& Honolulu, Sept. 9th. M. McINEHNY. 4,lC K 1J5'Wllfc THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1882. CINDERELLA. Do yon know that the story of ,1iiKierciin is one of the oldest s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 September 1882

...Sw. - . - 3C .is . W LLJillJN. 2sTo. 207. HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1882. Subscription SO I'cnti per llunth. lm if AIL I Ji LU V S 4 A i i, i !lli' v fik ',- THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by tlio Daily Uum.etin Puhmbhi.no Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Inlands by ovcry opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. G.OausonKi:.nyon, . Editor. All buMncss communications to be nil. dressed, Mutineer Dnilv Uullctin. l'ost Olllce liox No. 14. J. O. Cm:vioh, Manager. COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTrt WALES. Sir Henry Parkes h very ill aud had shown no signs of recovery on the departure of the steamer. The Germans in Sydney have held a very successful " Jalninarkt " or fair for the benefit of the German Evangeli cal Church. It was both " novel and pretty. Vessels from Capo Colony arc quarantined for small-pox and from Manila for Cholera. The Fijian attendant of the Sir Arthur Gordon lias symptoms of variola. The Htennier Gunga o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 September 1882

M W.l . "111.. If . w, m , imw vmmtmu T T " 5J FRIDAY, SKIT. 21), 18S2. THE BAYS DOINGS. KvKMSll. Onlerof "KeiUIen, 7:.'l0. Loilgo le Progress, 7:110. EXPECTATIONS. 153 tho steamer Australia, due .nct Suuihry, important news may 1m expected from Egypt. Durins; llic first ten days of September both miles wore energetically preparing for l; decisive struggle. Aral)!, having f.ill control of the interior railways was concentrating tho greater part lf his army near Tel cl-Kcbir, vhichjis a mound south of the mil- t -way and freshwater canal, and seven teen miles east of Zanazig. From Tel el-Kebir his lines extend north Si i wai d six miles across the railway to El-Karaiu. It appears that on Sat urday, thi'i'Jtli, ho made a iloterniin cd effort to crush tho advanced guard of tho English army, intrench ed alKusMissin, while tho main body was yet two days' inarch in the rear, but was driven back to the shelter of his works, with the loss of four guns and a large number of prisoners. On the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 September 1882

X ; TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Sept. !il), (1:30 n.m j.ight K.wlnd. Sclir Nettie ivrcrrill off port Arrivals. Sept 28 Strut Mokolil.from Koolmt Tern M. E. Smith from Mnhnkomi Sclir Prince from Koloa Sclir Knltinn from "Wnimnnnlo' Sclir IlfilcnUuln from Ililo Sclir Wuilelo from Maliko Sclir Waichu from Mnui Sclir Meefoo from Koolnu Sclir Kcknulitolii from Ilmiulci Departures. Sept 27 Sclir Ktilnmunn for Kolnlclo Stmr "vVnimnnalo for Pearl Kivcr Vessels Leaving this day. Schr IMmin for Lnupaliocboc Stmr Wnimnnnlo for AVaimnnalo Passengers. Vessels in Port. II. H. M. S. S.ippho, Clark U. S. S. Alaska, G. K. Belknap Am bark Martha Davis, Ucnson. Gr bk Adolph, Koppelmann Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron lir bk Glengaber, Am bktne Klikitat, Am bktne Discovery, Perrlman lJr balk Lady Lampion, Marston. Am sloop Sport on the Wave. Haw bk Kale, Sehr Anna, Vessels Expected. ItlR Niirac From Duo lk Emma, from Pugct Sound, Aug 18 Stmr Australia, from 8. F, ' Oct 1 Haw bk lolanl, from Bremen. Oct Nor bk im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 September 1882

T DILLINGHAM & 00. Importers and Dealers In STO THE LADIESl JUST TO HAND, AN ELEGAHT LINE OF LAMES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hose in Ruby, Nuvy, Tear, Drab, Cardinal, Sky Pink, &o. Also Ladic' Lisle-Thread Hoc Lace lu Bky Pink, Kcru, Pnrl, Cnitllnal, &c, Also, the same lino of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cnrdinal Hoie, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hoo In great variety Z& Every pair warranted A 1 Goods 3 Honolulu, Sept. Oth. t M, McINERNY. 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 Difl'erontial DPulley Blocks. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IROH CHEAPEST, HARROW, &&?ZL .mmMA 'Ps&m "HiSTJUl . 1SlVw1'i I '"iTVIAI'& liii,LJ3&l3EJ lJrgW' ht flaifji ?itiWi FRIDAY, SEPT. 2!), 1882. An interesting disc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 September 1882

DAILY BULLETIN. (- Kb. 208. IIOXOLULU, II. L, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1882. Hulisrrlptlon SO I'rntn prr Month. fHE 4 VNB2KriF" V i THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily llci.i.ivriN Puhlibuino.Co., and circulated throughout the town, mid forwarded to the oilier Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, Ii0 ctn. per month. Q. Caiison Kknyo.v, . Editor. All business communication to be ml. dresed, Manager Dally BhIIcUii, Post Olllcu Hox No. M. J. (5. L'l.KVion, Manager. THE JOKING PARSON. On being settled at his small living in Yorkshire, Sydney Smith willingly assisted his neighbors in their duties. On an occasion of this kind he dined with tlie incumbent on the preceding Saturday, and the evening was passed in great hilarity, the squire by name Kershaw being conspicuous for his loud enjoyment of the stranger's jokes. " 1 am very glad that I have amused you, " said Air. Sydney .Smith at nt parting; " but yon must not lauli at my sermon to-morrow." "I should hop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 September 1882

'.. '&it $ln IBM Win- L. SATURDAY, KKl'T. ill), 1882. THU DAY'S DOINGS. MU11MNU. Mr. K. P. Adam will sell at Sales Ttiwiiti. t 12 noon, several pieces of W.uiiIjIu Heal Eitnlc, also the pro perty known lis the Coady picmises. r AFTI'.KNOOX. ; Regular Monthly Di'iH I'ire De partment; alarm boll 1:30. Kvi:si;;n. Music Hull: Alaska Miiiitrcls, at 7 :!). Ilethc-1 Vestry; Gospel Tem perance Meeting at 7:30. '10-MOKHOW. llethcl; Rev. S. C. Damon, 11 a.m Fort st. Church ; morning, Rev. J. f'riiz.ui; evening, memorial ser vice. In Trof. A. Pratt, 5:30; Kcv. J. A. (Vuan, 7:30; Ml. Andrew's Cathedral: Kev. G. Wi.llnce, morning and evening. SHIPPING NOTES. .The Ilaleakala brought 400 bags of Mignr. The M. K. Smith is 25 days from Vin Townscnd. .She comes here .from Mahtikona. She is loaded to th" water's- edge with lumber for AVil !er & Co. She biings 4.r 1,000 ft l.imher and K2,."00 shingles. 11. 1$. M. S. Sapplio was alongside the -learner wharf yestciduy coaling. Slu1 leaves here pr...

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

fgF "5??f fp mmtot, MSmT , y , TV Hi, , , ' ' V;V v- n-rv.T.xguxxtwtatn Diniond lluail, Sept. 8C, (ls30 n.m Light K.wiml. Stmr C.rUHsliop 4 miles off . Arrivals. Sept 20 Sehr Nettie Merrill from Lnhcina Stmr Lcluui from Miiui & Molpkni Sept no StmrKilnticnVIIou from Kr.luilui Stmr C It Bishop from Knuai Sehr Uilnma from Olowalu Sehr Klmkni from "N'aialua Sehr I.eahi from Koholalnlo Schr Marion from Nuwiliwili Dopartures. Sept 2! . Sehr Muiiii for Laupahoohoe Stmr Waiuianalo for Wiiiumnalo Hktne, Discovery for Ptigct Sound Vessels Leaving this day. Sehr KnlHim for IHhnina Passengers. From Mutri and Molokni, per Lchna, Sept 29 Mr Foster, Mr A Unna, Mr Sleinbillu and 50 deck. Vossels in Port. H.B.M. S.Sappho, Clark Ui S. S. Alaska, G. E. Belknap Am Imrk Martha Davis, Ueuson. Gr bk Adolpli, Knppelniaun Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron Jlr bk Olengabcr, Am hktne Kllkitat, l!i- bark Lady Lampoon, Marstou. Am sloop Sp'ort on the Wave. Haw bk Kale, Sehr Anna, Vessels Expected. ni(r Name Krom Di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 September 1882

1 r n &. ft i , 3&!.' Ifc :. ;V'( W' STO THE JUST TO tl ft ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES HOSE W Direct from London, & Ladies' Silk Hoee In Ktiby, Navy, l'curl, Drab, I J. ' Mo,.! jullu1 T.MnTlirntwl lfnan T nun ..' '' ' "'"" ....v.... .w.- -....w..- Also, ihu Rsimn lino ff Lalios', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Iidle', Misses' mid Olilltlron'H Cardinal Ho-ic, i T ...II t -ft i i ni.ii.i .. ti!. i -r t t . i . "gb , imiiiui , .iiitxm iiiiti vniiuruii n C3T Every pair warranted A 1 Goods gj y . Hnnolulu, Sept. fltli. file $a IhIIsKh,. Uk .SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 188:2. THE MASHER MASHED. There wero plenty of soatH in tlio car, but us lie walked down the aisle lie looked sharply to the right and left until lie reached a pretty girl who was sitting alone. . ".Seat engaged, miss?" ho asked with a knowing wink, 'No !!(), sir," stammered the girl, looking around in dismay. Down he plumped and braced himself for tho eampaign. He was u regular passenger, and held his commutati...

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

Eo. 209. HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1882. Subscription SO tents per .Muulh. THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published ecry morning '' the Daily Hui.i.irn.N Puiimhiiinu Co., and circulated throughout thu town, and forwarded to the other IslumU hj every opportunity. Subscription, liO els. per month. O. Caiison Kknyon-, Editor. All business cnnimuiili'iitWum to he ml. dressed, Manager Dully Bulletin, Post Olllce Box No. II. .1. (V. Ct.r.viou, Manager. 'Brother Gardner's Difficulty in Becom ing an Angel. "How wicked wo am when we sot down and link itobor," snid Brother Gardner as the voice of the triangle struck 'ho hour of 7. "Wc inns' not envy an' yet wo do envy. We inns' not b'ur false witness, an' vet wo am for obor stretcliin' the truf. Wc in us' not lie, an' yit it conies so handy dut we can't help it. Wo mus' not steal, an' nn' some of us don't. Dat is, wo doan't get inter a jiosishun to handle de funds. We mus' not be jealous, an' yit when de woman across de way, whoso hus band ...

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

"i' She jpa 1iiU: H MONDAY, OCTOHKll. 2, 1882. THE DAY'S DOINGS- MOII.N'IXti. Kolilcr'8 Wax-Work Exhibition, 10 n. m. to 10 p.m. EvKXixn. Hnnnony Lodge, J.O.O.F. 7 :30. Algarohu Lodge, I.O.O.T. 7 :30. Saturday Night's Concert Was wi-11 attended, the house being crowded in every Hcction. The pro gramme, although long, was faith fully carried out, and finished a little before 1 1 o'clock, When everybody departed thoroughly pleased with the evening's entertainment. The apphuwc , wns hearty and fre quent cucors were given, which were invariably responded to. The suc cess of the owning wns Mr. Kohler' s tsolo performances on the French plngcolet and Ocarina. The Night ingale Polka, on the former, with variations imitating thecalls of dif ferent birds was superb. It excelled an playing ever heard here. In the first part the most success ful numbers were Mr. Drill's "Speak to me, speak," and Mr. Fisher's "Leave me not in anger, darling." The tableau, "Slavery Days," fairly brought down 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. — 2 October 1882

V i TELEPHONIC. Dlmonil Head, Oct.2, CiDOn.m Calm in tlic Channel. Nolliiujr in night. Arrivals. Oct. l Stint- Likelikc from Windward ports Slinr Australia from Sun Francisco Departures. Sept ao Sclir Knlnna for Lalmiim Oct. 1 Slinr Australia for Sydney Vessels Leaving this day. Sclir Ihukui for "WainUm Sclir Ilaluakala for lloiumnt Sclir "Wiiioli for Mnliko ' Sclir Kalinin for Luliainii Sclir Nuttio Morrill for Laliniini Sclir Marion for llimiiiktiii Sclir Uiliiina for Kukuiluiele Stmr 0. It. Bishop for Kauai' Stmr Leluia for Maui ami Molokai. Stmr Kiluueii lion for Ivnlinlni Stinr Mokolii for circuit of Oahn. Sclir Klnikai for Wn'talna. Passengors. From windward ports, per Likcliko Oct 1 S I, Austin, CL Wight, J II I Filmore, W 1) Pumlier, CJ McLean, G Mclntyru, J. K. llulliday, J. W. Yurndley, II lingers, A l'alekahlhi, LAscn, K Pake, Rev E Bond, N Campbell and wife, Ahong and three children, S. F. Chittingworth, G. J. Theobold, Hev Gnlstonc, C C Cole man, C A Bailey, F M Hatch, ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 2 October 1882

tmimmtmammmmmmimimfiim:mfmtmmmmmnmvMMB9ijajymmnmimirjn iwi iwanwww m.-wunii Mianrannmirmmt mjiwiwywi DILLINGHAM & CO. Importers mid Dealers in Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Pnints, Oils, Varnishes, &o. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invito the attention of buyers. , Weston's DiiFovcntial Xnlloy UlooliW. B3TO THE LADIESai JUST TO HANI), AN ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES' HOSE Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hose in Iluby, N'avy, I'cnrl, Urnb, Cardinal, Sky Pink, &c. Also Ladies' Lisle-Thread Iloo Lace In Sky l'lnk, Ecru, Fenrl, Cardinnl, &c. Also, tlio same line of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. Ladies', Misses' mid Children's C'nnllnnl IIoso, Ladles', Mlstes' and Children's Plain nnd Fancy IIoc in great variety o E2T Every pair wan anted A 1 Goods .3 Honolulu, Sept. 9th. , M. McINERNY. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED iROM teSte-. CHEAPEST & BEST. HABRQW. j-jM iSMbsmai If-hc Sa linll...

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

Fthb met f BULLETIN. No. 210. HONOLULU, H. L, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1882. Subscription (0 lent prr llonlb. 8q I m: jXjgBfx In n&H I THE DAILY BULLETIN I published every morning by the Daily Buli.ktin Puni.isnixo Co., and circulated throughout the town, and forwurded to the other Inlands by every opportunity. Subscription, 60 cts. per montli. G. Caiison Kknvon, . . Editor. All business communications to be ad. dressed, Manager Dnlly DMlletlu, Post Olllco Box No. 14. J. G. Ci.kvioh, JIunngcr. A Wonderful Bug. Mits. IlAitincitr. describes a jewe led bug, about an inch long, belong., ing to a 'Washington lady: "It ia richly enameled on the tipper side in dark-blue. ltd wings nro crusted with diamonds, its oyes nro gems, and the slundor feelers nro delicate I threads of light. In this form it is worn as a pendant to an Etruscan necklace. On the under side it is of soft beaten gold, with' its legs neatly doubled up and crossed, and can be worn, this bide up, on a chatelaine as a scent-b...

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

V(W $P fliiilj. ultdi.i. TUESDAY, OCH'OKtiR :J, 18'sJ. THE DAYS DOINGS. MOKMVO. Kolilcr's "Waxwork : 10 a.m. to 10 li. in. AKTEKSOON. Women's Board of Missions: at 3. Evr.xisu. Bible Class at Lyceum, 7:36. Kxcclsior LoiUc I.O.O.l-'. 7:30. KAiOLANIPARK. In a letter in our issue of Sept. 13th, it was insinuated that the Committee of the above Association were handling the money appropriat ed for the improvement of the Park, and delaying calling a meeting to avoid accounting for it. Deeming the matter of sulllcicnt k public importance to warrant an in vestigation, we made inquiries and finally visited the Park personally to sec with our own eyes what had been ilono. It is true, of course, that we cannot state the precise amount of Improvement, as wc had not seen it in its pristine state of barrenness and sand. But judging from the nature of the soil in the neighborhood not improved and the nature of the im provements, wo can form a pretty fair idea of what has been done. Some six years...

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

i 1 ss ' TELEPHONIC. Dlinotiil Head, Onl. l, (Jf.JO n.m Calm in the Channel. Nothinj; in sight. Arrivals. Oct. n Stmr Iwnlnnl from Konn and Kim Departures. Oct. 2 Schr Kliukui for "Wainlim Sclir Vnioli for Mnliko Sclir Kalnna for Lnlmitm Schr Marion for Iliitnnkua Stmr C. R. Bishop for Kauai Stmr Lcliua for Muni ami Molokai. Stmr Mokolii for circuit of, Onliu. Sclir Klnikai for Wnlnlun. ' cr Vessels Leaving this day. Stmr Kilanea Hon for Kalitiini Stmr Likelike for windward ports 1I.R.M.S. Supplio for Coliuhnbo Bk Martha Davies for Hongkong Sclir Emma for Wainluii Am sloop Spoil on tin Wave. Sclir Kaida for Koolan Schr Halcakala for l'opeckeo Schr Wnilclo for Haiku Schr Lenin for Koliolnlclc Schr Mantiokuwai for Kauai Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina Sclir Uilaina for llnnalci Passengers. For Syduey, per Australia, Oct. 1 llanchcttc, R Rosencrautz. For Maui and Molokai, per Lclum Oct 1 D A Smith, Knuka Rika, W Oust, Mr MeColgnn, dipt Jackson, mm .to iiecK. For .Kauai per C R Rishop, ...

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

DILLINGHAM & CO. Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, VarnisboB, &o. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invito the attention of buyers. - "Weston's Biflorential DPwlloy Blocks. rTO THE LADIESH JUST TO HAND, AN KELEGANT LINE OF LABIES' HOSE ' Direct from London. Ladies' Silk Hose ,, in Ruby, Navy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal, Sky Pink, &c. Al-.it Ladies' Lisle-Thread Uoo Lace in 8ky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &c. i Also, the smiic line of goods Embroidered. Ladies', Misses' and Children's " Balbriggan " Hose. I.Hilii'-'uMi8scs' and Children's Cardinal Hose, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Plain and Fancy IIoso In great variety Z3T Every pair warranted A 1 Goods J3 Honolulu, Sept. Oth. M. McINERNY. TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON CHEAPEST & BEST. HARROW J I r''fJVJ&JhPTium I 4 ty laiiit luiWi.u TUESDAY, OCTOBERS, 1832. Tltu tliiovos in China havo a cus tom of anaesthetizing occupants o...

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

BULLETI Sf i 2STo. 2U. UOXOLULU, II. I., "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1882. Nubtcrlplliin 80 I cnu lev Jlimtli. THE DAILY m K V l' 1 p- If t' i H h V :i v: ( W THE DAILY BULLETIN Is published every morning by the Daily Hui.i.ktin Puiimsiiino Co., nml circulated throughout the town, iiiul forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, 50 ets. per month. G. Caiison Kkkyox, Editor. All business communications to be ml. dressed, Sliiuntrcr Dully DMllctln, Post Oilleo llox No. 14. J. 0. Ci.r.viou, Manager. A remarkable instance of Ameri can enterrnhe is recoulcd from Troy, New York State. Eatly one morning n iire broke out in tlie nickle plating and mounting departments of a stove factory, involving a loss of about 850,000 ; but while the tire men were still doing their beat to save property, the (Inn were arrang ing the contract for the new build ings, and issuing circular to their customer) to the effect that the busi ness would be fully resumed in two weeks. The next mor...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 4 October 1882

mw rw nwn -i w nsvmxj ZEST daily Bulletin Office. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. OWIf'l to the premises now occupied hv 'I'iik Daily Eui.i.ktin News ji ipe.- u'-id .lob Printing Olllce being loo timiil, In consequence of the arrival of 11 Now Printing Machine nml other Printing Material, thu office will he removed, on October 7th, to the buiMIng hit hello occupied by the olllccs llf 11(111. J LDOWcCtt, 'QUEEN STREET, Oppmilo G. West's Carriage Factory. hc $ lH'l. WKDNKSDAY, OCT. -J, 188:2 THE DAY'S DOINGS. MUUNIKO. Kdlilcr'H Exhibition, opcu from i a.m. to 10 p.m. Kvr.xixo. Bethel: Prayer meeting, 7:"0. Fort Street ; Monthly Missionary meeting, 7:80. St. Andrew's Cathedral; Usual services, 7:30. ThoGoldon Wedding. CONTINUED KUOM YIMTEIUIAT. Tnc first letters read were from nbroud. .One from the editor of the Js'. Y. Observer, another from the Secretary of the American Hoard J'". Al., Boston, one from Dr. Boyd, and a number from private friends nml relations. Dr Hyde then read a beautiful poem, ...

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