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

T (vT&V""T "W1 " nVj? - " -"' V-ywy- '.5jj .$w THET) AILY BULrETIN I 1 1 No. 283. i I HONOLULU, II. J., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. aOosonlpTioN CO 0ENT8 PER MONTH. jr- " rlW ' ' t 1 r I A - P T 'i , h .' ... The Daily Bulletin Is published every morning by tho it, DAIIiY BUIABTIN PODMSIIIXa C0.,f nnd circulated throughout tho town, nnd forwnrded to tho other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. ' 6. CArjsoN Kkhvon, Editor. All business communications to bo nd. dressed, Manager Dnlly Bulletin, Post Offlco Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Offlcp, .... luc.en Hrcct, Opposite West's Carrlngo factory. J. G. Ci.kvioiI, Manager. JfcaTPlnin Sntecns nil colQrs, nt Chas. .1. Fiflhcl'a Lending Millinery House, 235, 46T-E.X ZcalnnJia, G'cnis fine Tweed Suits, at Chas. J. Fislicl's. 86T4000 yards of Qucchco nil wool flannel, fromi2o,cH up, at Clins. J. FishoPs Lending Millnery House. "flSeWhite open front shirts, nt Chas. J. Fishol's Loading Millinery House. WILLIAM O. ...

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. — 28 December 1882

,,'fSW'' -ji8rs -'Td'7J5St - 'J - T ' RJ 4' J& . vjtctwv7'tS! '"Wffi5ifrf c ' n? K' r : r i v V I it' FT , $lw $nilg Jnlbfin, THURSDAY. DEC. 28, 1882. , THIS DAY'S DOINGS. .CTWOM H ..MOnNINO. - Hcgulnr Cash Sale by Mr. Adonis "" nl Sales. liopm, nt 10 olclock. ' '" At'TERtfOON, iltislucss meeting at Fort Street , , Church, 'at 3 o'clock. Kindergarten - Uiblo Glass, nt 3 o'clock. EVENING. 'Literary nnd musical entertain-, - mont nt Fort Street Church Vestry, nt 7 :30. '"" Legion of Honor, at 7:30. "' ' NOTES AND QUERIES. ENFOROE THE LAW. '"' ,' Enforcement of law prevents the .', bicaoh of law. Law that is loosely "' administered is constantly broken. '' taw that is strictly enforced is less ' likely to bo violated. If our laws . against drunkenness and theft and "'the whole concatenation of crimes ' ' of which tho Civil Code takes cogni zance, were enforced to the fullest extent of their heaviest penalty, there -would be fewer occasions for enforcement'. Of course, socially ' sc...

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. — 28 December 1882

.f . - r . i b .ft ;iwr - ' .S4mnm . 1 . TELEPHONIC;- ; , liimonii ncati, jjc. '8, u:uo n.m Liglit N. wind. Wlirtlq bnrk Hen, Urcczo 10 miles, loleownra. " ' '.' WImlo bnrk coming past Coco ffinK .-r r.i'ii'- -.! ... ... ' ARRIVALS. ' ec, 27-,,. .Stmr Wnimnnnlo from Wnimnnnlo Sclir Wntmalii from Kcokciv ' Sclir Emma from Wriliinno' ' DEPARTURES" Due. 27 Umlc I) 0 Murray for Snn Francisco Sclir Cntarina for Ifnimlci Sclir lluleakala for PeopccUoo Sclir Luku for.Kohala , , y.ESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.., Hgtnc J I) Sprockets for San Fran. Ktmr 'Jradins' foi Hongkong Stnu'ilwnkuil for windward ports Stmr Jaa Makco for Kauai Sclir Kekauluolil for Hannlel i."i PASSENGERS For San Francisco, per 1). C. Murray, Dec 27. Mrs. Weill '& son', S V Smith, It S Smith, C Stcgman, Mr. Ileal, IvorMiulseti: -l r- ' , VESSELS IN PORT. Bglno Cnnsuclo, Hark Cnbarlen Ship Hope Am splir Clans Spreckcls t Mlaw. brig Nlnlto. Cameron . " Hgtnc J I) SprceKcls, Hark Lady Lainpson, Mnrstpi VESSELS EXPECTED. Jtl...

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 December 1882

4 1 "?". ft, fi fBfe MB- t 5) v ft L IP ii ' i r t nmi h ln - if J 1 rWTsW i Established 1880. J. W. ROBERTSON & .C0., teC .V' M. '. i SUCCESSORS TO H. M.YIUTKIiY.J Importing and Manufacturing Stationers: XXJBLISHERS, n, Printers and Nob. 10 and 21 Merchant street, The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest Stationery Establishment in the Kingdom. Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of , Blank Books, ot,nll descriptions: Foolscap, Local nnd ican. liCtrai nnti mil unn. Journal and Trial Balance Linen Paper and "Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones. Mucilage in Ml sires, especially adapted to this climate, , Drawing Paper nnd Pencil, , l "-' Tracing rnper ami uioui, Transit Books, Field nnd Level Books, adapted for the use ( 1 1 " Mcmornndum nnd Pass Books, Silver .and Perforated Card r.nnu rcnuniieu vru ii , I r J sinnDlnffTncs, Slilppiniriicccipt hooks nnu raas, ,,,,, ,, , . Note, Draft, and tkAnd numerous other articles in our ,1 u ' MUSIC! .s 1r. I. own mn1o ennl...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 December 1882

E 1 "' "f1 r f ' V TW ?rt"! ': .?': x i- . . . WjrftWN i. THE DAILY BULLETIN j; i $82$i HONOLULU, II. I., PEIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1882. SUD80ntPTION CO OENTS PERMOffTH. '? z "fiBB 'J I ' -& w. u C 3 f ; 1 ' I. fci ?v A n- i ? ' if- I u The Daily Bulletin Is published CTory morning by the Daily Bullktin Pobmshimo Co.. v nnd clrculnicd throughout the town, nnd- iorwnrucu 10 mo ouicr xsiunus uy every opportunity. r .Subscription, GO cts. per nionth. ' G. Cahson Khnyon, Editor. All business communications to be nil i. dressed, Manager Dnlly Bulletin, Post .Ofllcc Box No. 14. Telephone 250. ' onice, .... (itrcn Htrcct, Opposlta West's Ciirrlugo Fsctorjr. J. QK Ci.kvioii, Manager. JJOyPlniii Sntcons nil colors, at , . Clms. J., FiBhol'a Leading Millinery House. 235 i ' i i BSTEx Zcftlnndia, Gqnts fine Tweed Suits, at Clms. J. FishoHs. J86r400.0,y1if d of Quecnce1 all wool flannel, from 25cts. up, at Clms. J. Fishcl's Leading Millnery House. jJSWliitc open front shirts, at Clms. J. Fishcl...

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. — 29 December 1882

rt hf.K i .- M i . flftt$r; 1 uc anji ttututij FlllDAX. DJKC. 29, 1882. ,.- -THI8,DAY'S COINGS. MORNING. Regular Cash. Sale, nt salesroom of fi'. T. Allans, at "10 o'clock. EVENlNQ. Improved. Older of He'd Mcn,7 tfO. Regular monthly meeting L. and 1?. It. AfiiocinUon, 7580. , ,v 'THOUGHTS ABOUT LEPROSY Attempts ,to conceal the fact,i thn our national curse leprosy is alarmingly prevalent nt the present 'tiliic,1 can be productive of no go&l. LTho only come, dictnted by wisdom fiiumnnily, and patiiotism, is ,td Incccpt the fact and adopt prompt n'n'd encigclie measures for the sup- presHion and ultimate extermination of the cil. Wc aicnot insensible to tlic dilliculties in tho way of those who have the direction of the sani tary nffairs of tho nation, nor aro wc inclined to occupy our timo in raking up loathsome dctnils of a disagieeablc subject or to fill our space with querulous cavillings about mismanagement j but aic actuated by a sincere desiro to assist tho authorities in s...

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. — 29 December 1882

J.1 K fci TelephonIcT Dlmoijil Head, Dte.'SMiSO iwn Light N. wind: Schr Jennie 8 miles to leeward. Sell Klnikni off Diamond Head ARRIVAL8. Dec. 28 , i -- -i.JU. DEPARTURES Doc. 28 Bgtlio J I) Sprcekels for San Frail. Stiiir Iwnlnnt for windward ports , Stinr Jas Mnkcc for Kauai i Schr Keknuluohi for Ilanalci VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY. Schr Wnieliu for Onomen Selir Jennie Walker for Fuunuiga Is PASSENGERS. For San Ft.mcj.sco, wqr J. 1). Snroekcl, Dec. ,28 K A White, Anirib"Hanf.V ' ' ' FofKotm and Khti, per Iwnlanl, Dou2$ WrJ Maxwoll, A II Smith, II Center, Mis 0 N .Spencer, Miss Drown, H T Alexander, C Jrwin wife fundi childi ? ,1). fK Fyfo,' W r'ADrcwerj P N 'Makcc, O Stnebcl, G A Jackson, Miss Whit ney, J It Smith, Mrs" Kinney, S Pinker and nbout 75 deck. For Kanai, per Jas1 Makcc, Dec 28 L Titcoinb, RI Bnchanaif and 15 others. VESSELS IN PORT. Dgtno,CoaHUtlo,v , - e BarkC(vlurlcn-5 Ship Hope ' ' - Am schr Clau Sprcckcls Haw brig Nlulto, Cameron Hgtnc J l) SpreckclH, Hark Lady L.tm...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 29 December 1882

Sr L l,-L T ' I 1 t- - mi t . K u if; Br" Elm Established 1830, J. W. ROBERTSON & CO., (SUCCKSHONB TO 11. M. VNIITXKY.) Importing and Manufacturing, Stationers. "J PUBLISIIEES, . Printers and Book-Binders, Nos. 10 and 21 Merchant street, The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest Stationery Establishment In tho Kingdom. Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of lllutik Hooks, of nil descriptions; Foolscap, Legal and 1)111 Cap, journal and Trial Balanro Linen Paper and Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones. Miicllagc In all sizes especially adapted to this climate; Draw ing Paper and Pcncll, Tracing Paper and Cloth, Transit Books, Field nnd Level Books, adapted for tlic use . ' . of Survcyois and Lnginccrs; Mcmomndum nnd Pnss Books, Silver nna rcnonueu unni Shipping Tags, Shipping Receipt Hooks nnd Pads, Note, Draft, and Receipt Dooks, . ' -i 't ru I i And numerous other articles in our MUSIC! Wxliflrnniarinsiiftlinrrnnirpnicnfe hereafter to keep on hand a full n-fcortm...

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

r .- THE DAILY BULEETOT I HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 80y 1882. No. 285., SUBSCRIPTION CO OENTB PER MONTH. i WHBnHKA i r , I.." j '. V , t:- 4 t 5 l The Daily Bulletin Is published every morning by the ) Daily Bulletin Pciilibiiino Co., , nnd circulated throughout the town, and forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, CO cts. per month. G. Gahson Kknyon, TSciltor. All business communications to be ad dressed, Mnnngcr Dally Bulletin, Post Olllco Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllre, - - - tucan Htrcct, Opposite West's L'arrlnga Fnrtory. .T. G. Oi.KVion, Manager. JRaTPlaiii Sateens nil colors, at Clias. J. Fishol's Leading Millinery House. 235 BQTEx Zcalandin, T wood Suits, at Chas. Gents fine J. Fold's. 6y-l000 yards of Qucclicc all wool flannel, from 25 ots. up, at Chas. J. Fishel's Leading Millncry House. &3?"White open front shirts, at Chas. J. Fishel's Leading Millinery House. x WILLIAM O. SMITH, STOCKBROKER, N fO. 88 Merchant Street, 1 TTnnnlll...

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. — 30 December 1882

1 If Vjfj S V IL X i k $ ir S ' " SATURDAY. )KC. 550, 1882. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MOF1NINQ. ' ""27(11 Annual Meeting of the Sail ci 's Homo Society, nl 11. , AFTERNOON,' Conceit at Kmma Square, -1:80. EVENlNQ. 1. 0. (1. T., 7:M. Gospel Temperance Meeting, nl Bethel, 7:30. tomorrow. Sunday School Exercises at Ka lyaiulmo, nt 1 1 . llotlicl, Rev. J)r. Damon, at 11. EoitSt. Cliurch, Kov. J. A. Cur zau, morning and evening. St. Andiew'H Cathedral, Hc "0. , "Wallace, morning and evening. MEASURES FOR SUPPRESSING LEPROSY. In resuming (ho subject of yester day's leading article, wo suggest the adoption of tho following measures, for the suppression of leprosy and for tho benefit of the unfortunate lepers : Virst, Tho prompt removal to Molokai of a considerable number f of confirmed and hopeless cases now confined in the branch hospital at Kakaako. Thcso people arc not faiulablo subjects for tho latter insti tution, and should not bo allowed to cumber the wards, while hutulicds of lepers arc a...

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. — 30 December 1882

WMMWSMKKUtSm.MWjr' v ?S!!lsi!B8M&' ''SSWJHEBSIyiSi SRIB V',1 iivffi scW" ' v'4' THE MILT BULLETIN SIPPLEMEIVT. r HONOLULU, II. 1., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1882. 'I i s i J! i it I . i r n ' m THE NEW YEAR. I Old Father Time hns turned a leaf, ' A lenf hi tho book of iigcn, Which, by thu wny, iho Hngcs wly, Is a book of man pages. Thusshnll tho wheel of time lcvolvc, ' Thus shall the pngea bo turned o'er, Until tile um of years to come ' Outnumber thoe how gone before. Iutunt. SHE WOULD BE A MASON. v. The funniest thing 1 ever heard, X&, The funniest thing Unit ever occurred. Is the story of Mrs. Mehltnblc Byrdc. "M Who wanted to be a Mnon. i Her huolnimljTom Byrdc, a Mn$ou trnc i" Ah 'good a Mason as any of you ; W'Ho U tylcrof Lodge Cerulean liluc,' And Ivies and delivers the oummonrtdue, And she wnntcd to bo n Mason, too, This ridiculous Mrs. Byrdc, She followed round, this innitlnitivo wife, And nngged him and teased him half out of hi life ; 80 to terminate this uuhallowc...

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 December 1882

& i !'"f -tf jStock, SikI returned to enjoy tho long CVClllllg. p Gathered in ft comfortable room, those Mho, iu youth, had known other scenes, told stories of Now KUghind, of the old Dominion, or of other distant places, Perchance one lmd. "crossed the plains" in enrly days. If so. he related the adventures of that long nml perilous journey, re hearsed his stories too often repeat ed of the El Dorado, and described the return by way of the Isthmus, ever mindful of the cupidity of tho Spaniards and of the voracity of the mosquitoes at Panama and AspimVall. Then news from the multeilng south returned to inliril, niid they vehem ently spoke of Buchanan and of treason. Meanwhile the children had been given the freedom of the dining-room, which also served as kitchen in winter. Of this the older ones had taken full advantage. Thence rang out the strains of "King "William,-''. '"Charles," mid VJosie," sung by happy voices, till parents gave notice that it was time, to go homo. Brief ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 December 1882

'?1 ?-;. rc- A hANWMM . TELEPHOMlb.. .-!' r Dlmoml Hcnd.'Dcc. 150, OtCO ft.m Liglit N. wind. SchM Mnlolo nhil Sclgfll oft noil Kohr Celtic McYrW iff inilU o'ff l Stmr Kilnnca Hon 15 miles off. ,nn si;;;;m vri Dec. 28 ,Spu.r Kluiknl from Wainlua ' Schr Knltinn from Wnnniio Sclir Uilnnm from Ilnnnlci Sclir Jennie from Nnwillwill .Schr Prince from Nuwiliwili ' Stmr Mokolli fiom Kuolnti Deo 30 Stmr Leliim from Jlaui mitt Molokni Stmr C R Bishop from ICnuni DEPARTURES Dec. 29 Sclir Jennie for Olownlu "-VESSELS LEAVINCTTHIS DAY. St,tnr 3tiulnvt for Hongkong Schr Wnichu for Onomca Sclir Jennie Walker for Fnnnings Is - PASSEQtRS. For San Francisco, wer J. 1). Sprocket, Dec. 28 K A White, Annio Hansen. From Maui and Molokni, per Lc-, llllil, isuu ou rnium ju.iiiiiuii.iuti n- Cliinnmcn and 05 others. From Kauai, per C It Bishop, Dec 30 Gov Kanoa, Mr Spencer nmj 15 others.- , VESSELS IN PORT. Bgtnc Consuelo, Bark Cnb.tricn Ship Hope Am schr Clans Sprcckels Haw brig Nlnlto, Ciimcron Hgllio J J)...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 30 December 1882

-4k- i H ! I V ' ' . Tit - ""EsTobMsic J. W. ROBERTSON & CO., (succKssons to n. u. wiutkky.) . 4 Importing and Manufacturing ' Stationers. PUBLISHEKS, Printers and Book-Binders, Nos. 10 and 21 Morehant street, The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest Stationery Establishment in the Kingdom. , Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Blank Books, of nil descriptions; Foolscap, Legal mm Dill Cap, Journnlnnd Trlnl Balance Papers, Linen Paper nnd Envelopes, nil sizes j "Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones. Mucilage in nil sizes, especially ndnptcd to this climate; Drawing Paper nnd Pencils, Tracing Pnpcr nnd Cloth. Transit Book, Field nnd Level Books, ndnptcd for the use . of Surveyors nml Engineers; t i Memorandum nnd Pnss Books. Silver nnd Performed Card Board, Shipping Tags, Shipping Receipt Books nnd Pads, " ' Note, Draft, nnd Receipt Books, & .. f I t T iAnd numerous other articles in our MUSIC! Wo hare mndc such arrangements with our Music Agents, as will en...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 January 1883

KX&KtftflPMtvt '?P3Fsppis & THE D AIEY BULLETIN No. 286. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1883. SUBSCRIPTION GO CENTS PER MONTH. pT! r - 'SHU h fj c K' tf ' V 1 - s. lI J The Daily bulletin Is published every morning by tho Daily Bullktik Publishing Co , nnd circulated throughout tho town, nmt forwarded to the other Islands by every opportunity. Subscription, GO cts. per month. G. Caiisox Kknyon, . t Editor. All business communications to bo ad- dressed, Manager Dnlly Bulletin, Post Olllco Box No. 14. Telephone 250. Ofllre, .... 4('uccn Htrcct, Opposite West's Cnrrlngo Tactory. ' J. G. Cr.xvion, Manager. LONDON GOSSIP. (MY FI.ANEUH.) ' Bpcdal Tor tlio DMIy Unllctln-l The Parliamentary Whips on both sides oi the Houdc have hcenfairly active in encouraging tlieir men to forego the pleasures of the chase for the exciting diversions of the division lobliyrNo doubt all will respond, although not ,with a good grace, to the call. Many ycais ago, on the eve of a great national q...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 1 January 1883

,, 'fw'wam'm "qt"BpMww ffl4"""''? y - v . (A ,r . IN F - tfr 1 K 1 i $$lte afhiiln, Iulldiu,. MONDAY, JANUARY, !, 188!). THIS DAY'S DOINGS. , ' AFTERNOON, Concert nt Einnm Square, nt !) o'clock. ' ' EVENiNQr1 ' ' Salo of Slips and Sittings at Fori St. Church, nt7:30. ..Alngidlm Lodge, I. O. O. G. nt 7:30. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL, I Is our salutation to everybody. The old year, with its lighla siml shadows', its joys nnd sorrows, its -successes nnd failures, has disap imaicil, ,in the voitcx of the past. To-daj -wo enter upon n new year 'with hopes and fears, nnd, wc.Uiist, 'with more of the former than of the' latter. It ii well, perhaps, that -man is usually more animated by pleasant nnticipntions of the future l lhaiii depressed by disagreeable re collections of the past. To dwell on the unfavorable aspect of things gone by more than to protlt by their teachings, is unwi&c; not to lose, sight, ,of the .rosy hue of things to conic, is true wisdom. Hope is the joy of life and th...

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. — 1 January 1883

"-"-U- S3jpqp JMUpl H'sirBJfs'JFiP,i ' Wmfmt- "t$$9 ""n '-1 J & y 4; t i' 1 X (.) TEUERHONIC. Dlmond'Head, Jan. i, G:8o n.m Light N.E. wiml. - "Whaling bark off Diunioiul HoatL ARRIVALS. Dec. 30 Stmr.Likeliko from -windward porta DEPARTURES ppc. 30 .Stmr Madras for Hongkong Sclir Wnichu for Uuoincn Schr Jennie Walker for Fnnnings Is VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW Hgtnc Constielo for Sail Francisco Slinr Kilaucn Hon for luihului .Stmr Likolikc for windwaid polls iStnir Lcluta for Molokni ami Maui Slinr C 1? IMsiiop for ivauai 'PAsEtfGbRS. " -For Hongkong per Madras, Deo !)() A)3 .Chinese. From wiudward porta, per Like like, Dec. 30. J Louis, SL Austin, C N Arnold; A Canarp, H Ilairison, Miss Jinan f, 'Ii Severance," J-Mills, II Toubcit, R N Ovcrcnd, T V Tis dalc, L Ascu, K Take, R II Atkins, W Hrcdc, wife and 3 children, Hon. J Moanruli, J MilloruoV, Mrs Ridel, J Wagner, J lSmith; J F Daylcy, Dr Endcis, II R Hitchcock, Mis Like and child, R Baker, Mits Koa pua. , n VESSELS IN PORT, , ...

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. — 1 January 1883

f"W""' """ , is. f. t - y r V i Established 1850. J. W. EOBERTSON & CO., (bucckssous to n. m. wiutnuy,) Importing and Manufacturing Stationers. PUBLISHERS, Printers' and Book-Binders, Nos. 19 and 21 Merchant street, The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest Stationery Establishment in the Kingdom. Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Blank Books, of nil descriptions ; Foolscap, Legal nntl Bill Cap, Journal and Trial Balance Papers, Linen Paper and Envelopes, all sizes; Writings and Copying Inks, in quartB, pints and cones. Mucilage in nil sizes, especially adapted to this climate ; , Drawing Paper and Pencils, i ' Tracing Paper and Cloth. Transit Books, Field and Level Books,.ndaplcd for the use of Burvcyors and Engineers j ' Memorandum and Pass Books - Silver and Perforated Card Board, . i Shipping Tng, Shipping Bccclpt Books and Pads, l ,. , , Note, Draft, and Receipt Books, ;; ' 'And numerous other articles in our line to be found in a tcll kept stock MUSIC! MUSIC! Wc have m...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily bulletin. — 3 January 1883

iT'fyf:'1 - if ?m y-jt '" i- 5 " - w Bystprw?- ' Tf lTs?''Wr 1 " f ."V VvfeiWH4Bl'' ' 1 iMft- Nftfet".?". "Jl"-1.- ' -ftV' MMrrvi -r . THE BULLETIN No. 287 HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1883. 8UD80RIPTION CO CENTS PER MONTH. ' ' ':' ' '-'"?fl i T. 4JW - - DAILY 'V ' 1 4 l: .fi K I... ..: i l-i 5 m ft ,-T ; Mi - - The daily Bulletin Is .published every morning by the '!' Daily Bulletin Publishing Co., V .niid, circulated throughout the town, nnd forwarded to the oilier Islands by every Opporlu"i'iltj .. Subscription, 50 etc. per month. Oi Caiison Kkkvox, Editor, All business communications to lie ad dressed. Manager Daily Unlletlii, Post 'Offleo BoxNo.il. Telephone 250. ..Ofllrr, .... locn Htrcct, Opnoalld West's Cnrrlitgo I'ftclory. ,' ,," ,' .T. Q. Ci.uviok, i Manager. MR. SP00PENDYKE VEXED. "Say, my dear," observed Mr. Spoopendyke, straightening up "and scratching his car, "what did the mail say about boxing up this, sewing machine?" "Why he said to take the cover off an...

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. — 3 January 1883

-A mP nt , "f T$F $aiht liillcit. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8, 1880. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. , MORNINQ. Regular Cash Kale at Sales Room of F. S. Pratt & Co., nt 10 o'clock. EVENING. lk-thel, i'uiyer meeting, 7:00. Fort fit. Church, prayer meeting, 7 :!() St. Andrew's Ciithcdial, usual bcr iees. 7t:i0. New year's day Has come ml gone. Ills well to ic llcct n little on the scenes Unit it g'ac lisc'to. Moic jneiry making tuul holiday-keeping awi indulged in ''thiin nt Christmas. Moic shops were shut and less ivoik avos Hone. I'ho sticets wcio crowded nil duy with people, many of whom were in toxicated. Gieiiler diiuikenness has not been seen hero since the passing of the new Liquor Law. In another column will be found the iiumber -who were locked up, and of these many lycre women. Some were so drunk that they didn'tfeven know, liieir own names. In the after noon, THE BAND CONCERT Was fairly attended. Wc think) with most others, that it was the best given here for many years. The programme was wel...

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