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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1895

" a Evening Bulletin r a i I 0 VL. i. XQ iro THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Snnday at CCO King Street, Honolulu. 1L L SUIWCItllTIOX JtATK. Per llonJb, acyebere in the Ha waiian Inland 8 75 Per Vrar. 8 00 Per Year. po-rtpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Coantnea 13 00 Paj-alilo InTnr1!Iv In Adrauce. TMpbooc2.'A P.O. Box 69. B. L FIHHEY, Manager. GENERAL DEBILITY and Indigestion Mad Her life Miserable, bnt blie I Cnrrd by Ayer's Sarsaparilla TlnA tb fMUnxmr of Mr. I- . Tloairo, Cobarc. Ictoria, bM por trait U alo tfieni "Some few years ago I suffered terribly with indigestion and gen eral debility. I could not bleep, and my condition wax sach as to make my life mLvrabl. Xone of the many remedies I tried did me any good, and I despaired of ever getting better. One of my friend told mof the blojd-punfywg and rtrengtb-giving properties of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ami I lgan taking it. JJefore 1 had finished the first bottle I felt U-t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1895

'JF 1W l-Y EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 22, 1895 ipSjPV PIWPI ' IF itN WNPiPP'PIIilK L 5V i TEI.ECI'.AFIIIC MOTES. Tho Starnlnrd Oil Company bus raised tho price of cruilo oil 5 cents. A flour war lius brokon out iu Chicago, nml pricos havo boon beuvi'y cut. All tho big soft coal opera tors in Control and Western Ponnsylvaunia will soon outer into a combination. Miss Nethersolu, tlio Englisb actress, visited Mrs. Cleveland at Woodloy by Bpuacil invitation. Litwronco Beach Uotol, ono of tho litrgest siumnor hotols on Long Island, wns destroyed In jure. The loss is $200,000. C. 31. I.oring, who was con. sideted ono of the most solid men in tho Xnrtlnvest, filled at Min neapolis. His liabilities uro uboiit $2J0,0U0; assets, -175,000. Tramps are cotting so Humor ous at S.i lit. i An i, Gal., and their dopivdntions nre bediming so fro quttit that tho cit'zons uro consid ering tho ndvisib.lity o oiguniz ing a vigiliincc committee. Tho city trustoes are i reparuig a rock pile, and hereafter ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1895

, V' f ; V MKV " "" , , ." TJ ISVENIXQ HULLETIN, NOVUM Mill '22, 1895. BTltANIMNCJ or TIIK IlELniC. t G'nptnlu Wnlker Ilcprlniuiulcd for Ilrror of Judgment. Captain W. II. Walker, who was iu command of tho stoam nhip Bolgio whon 8hn went ashuro on tlio bench ot Sunosaki on Soptembor 8th, csc.tpos with a sovoro reprimand. Tho court of inquiry was held at Yokohama on Monday, Ootobor 21. J. 0. Hall, British Consul, prosidod, and tho following sat with him as asses sors: Captain E. Stroet, steam ship Itavonnn; Captain W. A. Evans, stoamship Montnouth sliiro. and Cnptuin It. Mucgri-gur, steamship Guildhall. Captain Walkor's explanation to thorn wns that hu mistook Alula bond for SunoFnki, and ho was merely do clarod guilty of an orror of judg ment. G. T. Tiltson, tho first ofiicor, sworo that tho captain seoitied solior whon he saw him last just botoro tho accident, but refused to swear that ho regarded him ns a sober person. Ho said he had remonstrnti'd with him many times about drinkin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1895

W 5 , mwiwus'r EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMIJER 22, 1895. BY AUTHORITY. TAX APPEAL NOTICE. Notice 1b hereby gU en thnt tlio Court of Tax Appeals (or tlio District o( Honolulu, O.tbii, will sit nt tlio District Court ltooru on Friday, the !M ilny of November, A. D. 189."i, nt 2 o'clock ui, to licar Rilcli appeals n may lie brought brfuro It . A. 1'EUltY, President ol Court of Tax Appeals lor District or Honolulu. Dated Honolulu, II. 1., Nov. IV, IS'JV l.W-Ilt Notice to School-Teachers. Owing to tlio shortness of tlio present school term, teachers In nil Government schools are ordered not to prepare for or hold nny Christmns exercises. lly order of the Hoard of Education. AI.ATAUT. ATKINSON, I.W-ot Inspector-General Schools. 51 Ever)'u)t Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. FRIDAY. - - NOV. 22, 1895. OBSERVATIONS. Iu a trademark suit it I1.1B boon row iled that th miicli advertised 'Fig Syntji'' is mostly senna tea with but a llavor of fig j-iico in il. Some who have tried it in Hono lulu could ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1895

I t :u: EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 22. 1895 KTTWtllli IIMIIWI1IMII HM i 'M 1 A LOCAL AND GENERAL. Dr. 11. II. Hold is now locntoil nt Walitlun. J. W. Jones is Buffering with a Inrao knou. Football practice this uftomoon nt -1:30 at Makiki. Tho Kilohana Art Loiguo rooms nro now open to tho public. Gcurgo Dounisou and wifo nro making n tour of this island. T. S. Douglass wns n passenRor on tho J. A. Cummins this trip. Knhuku Hoy will tako part in tho o Now xonr b any rnoos. Captain Frank new oommundor Wildes is tho of tho U. S. S. Boston. Tho tax appeal board is In ses , Rion this afternoon in tho District Court room. t Tho Bcretaniii streot tenuis courts nro uudorgoing ropnira nnd nro closed. Durrant is soutonced todny un less nnothor hitch shall hnvo oc curred. Hurry Gillig nnd Frod Ungor, tourists wll known in this city, nro to wintor horo. HonryR. Maefurlano, proprietor of Ahuimnuu dairy ranch, is in town, looking hnlo nnd hearty. Tho new Mothodist chnpel is rapidly assuming shape...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1895

WW!PW?pFW -7 '' ' i EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 22, 1895. a sGii:xrii'iG piauiciin. irill Make Vnrloim Simile, or i'uiii itirrco ArtlMcliill) it lilt G'licmlcil. M. 13ortholot, tho now French Minister of I'uroign Afl'uirs, pos 808S0S famo apart altogothor from his politicul efforts. In Ins Bpccial domain of chemical knowlodgo ho ranks omong the first of his con temporaries. Ol10mic.1l synthesis, tho science of artificially putting organized hudioj together may ho said to owo its existence to him. The practical reBnlts oxpoctod to flow from his oxporininnts and discoveries mo enormous. Thus, sugar has recoiitly ho u made in tho lab irutory from glvccrino, whtc'i Profess r l'urtl)i-It first mndo direct from synthttio alco hol. Commeice has now tukou up the question, and an invention has recently been patented by which BUgar is to bo mado upon a com mercial sc.ilo from two gases at pomctliii g Ilk.- 1 cont per pound. Jl. Uortholut declares ho has not tho slightest doubt tint stigir will...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1895

jjr-pvMiS. "j a jf, jwnv , JTTijpr p ' 1 r"lwj4ir;pT. t"v '?tt' -i--.- ., i-'v -y- , i - - . 7 ' ' ' 1 t ii i ,.i.i. i in ..in -)jwr . .. miiMKlin'1 'T'lWW fWtl)Bn WWBrPIWIB d':T'Wwlwr''Trrt,7""i "i7''"i)v'7Xjf'f , .. -r . . -,,' .,,-. , Hfr ' 1 fr W EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 22, 1895. RWHHsMBrf'. 1 f' " "PfPJi'PlfPflf1 -WmiW'mWr,,imV' ' ' ' . "1 M 'I T11KOUUII DAUKESr APIUOA. NucroMfUl 1 ndlng of Donnldaou Smith's Long aiid I'crlloim Tilp. Philadelphia, Novembor 6. A cablfgrum wiib received in this city Inst evening from Dr. Do nnldson Smith, diited at Aden, bonring tho ouo word "Succobs ful." This news establishes tho safe ty of tho plucky Philadelphia!!, I who for tho past yoar and a half has beon oxploring tho wilds of Eastorn Africa, nnd at tho samo tiino puts an ond to doubt us to his snfety, which has beon folt by those in tores ted in his orpedition for tho past fon months. Dr. Smith entered Africa on tho cubtcru coust id about tho third dogree of north latitudo a yoar ngo ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1895

wmnwiw.jW" "TrfV ' '"(fVyV f Iy .'J' ' "WW -t PF" i ' EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 22, 1895. . .-.. ' "," v- T?Tw 't4 Kl K - . TODAY'S SHIPPING NEWS. rim u. . Afc apjiives i'jio?i HAM All. Hotcn Along the Whrvc-3Io,W"" of VcmcIk mid Other Item ol Intcrrat. The WO Halt Is coming In from Hawaii ft the Ilri.LKTtN pn to rrc. Tlin lirlir T.nrllnc fnr llilo mill tliu schooner Alolm for tlil port left Sun I'lauelsco Nov II. The marine report" of Urn llfl.i.r.TlN Is serving on a jurj In Hip Circuit Court today. Tlie'Iwnlnnl nails at four p m today wIlU pacnj;ers and a portral cargo for Maka wcll. 'llic Kuala came It to port tliii forenoon, from rllciiit if O.iliu. with imiidy fioni plant ation. Tlionlvamcr jnciit l'.U'Jiior arrived at San Diego Nov Utti and sailed for South America on the lllth lint. Cxiitalu llarlicr of the It llackfcldla In a Tilllkla for not reporting the deertlou of one of hit men to the Marshal. The Keauhon eaino in till morning from Kaunl. She lu-l no cargo, lialng take...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1895

,HT ",W"" 'V '! y ' v- v- - Evening Bulletin t.(, pmwHmpvtmRi , wirnii i "r . , . .. . w I I ,i i' t. mA . .J V"Ti. 1. N0 1C1. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day excont Sunday at GOO Kin Strcut, Uonufulu, U. I. SUIISCIUI'TION KATES. Per Month, nnywhoro in tho Ha waiian Islands 8 75 Per Year. 8 00 Per Yenr, postpaid to Araorlca, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Yenr, postpnid, oihur Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nyiililo luviii'Inlilv 111 AiIvmiL'K. Tolcphono IWfl. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. COLDS, COUGHS, .INFLUENZA, SORE THROAT Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Will relievo the most dis tressing cough, sootho tho inflamed membrane, loosen tho phlegm, and induce refreshing sleep. Por tho euro of Croqp, "Whooping Cough, Soro Throat, and nil tho pul monary troubles to which tho young nro so liablo, thero is no other remedy so effect ive a3 AYER'S Cherry Pectoral A Record of nearly 60 years Gold Medilt at the World's Chief Expositions. n" Tho name, Ayrr'a Cherry Pectoral, H prominent on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1895

pmrwww iSHRI fc EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 2IJ, 1895 ', !" KlfitWy''ry't',ffy'''',','" - ' ""' "" ft t 6 ' ft I UCiri: AIII.K TO 1ICII.D HIS OWN London tin an Athletic I'rcnclicr Mho In nil tlooil ,i Corbelt. Athletic Christianity haft found, as tho Froncb say, b tooW"tnfprea biou. It is not any moro repro sontod by a musoulur person moroly. In tho situotuary itself thore mint be a boxing ring for tho pnotico of tho noble sport of making nosos bloody. Thore is a church in London thus equipped. It is H. ly Trinity of Shoreditcli, and sincu Rev. A. 0. Jay bocumo its RyniniiFtiC director, that onoe tough, licentious, iniquitous qunr tor has boon transformed into a fair and smiling and churchluving neighborhood. Itsj.o plu uspd to lw fiitu us for fights and mur ders. Nnv they tiro goud-i tam pered and law-abiding. Such oxco-8 ot uiiiiual ypirith s, undoi the old d sp notion, vio wont tn urgo tlio-n to violent'o and bru H viiiut. iiiows fir utilized by .port and i x -rcisu tiiat n nn pul...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1895

rr yiy 'TJtwps' EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 23, 1895. A STORY FOR MOTHERS TO. Queen tore WAiANAE, WHICH MAY NAVE THK LIVEN OP 1I1EIH klAVSHTEHS. G-rocexsr XDopt. !?"$5Fs, ' v? " '"wyt 'vipwi wthw fTpB v - jiprinr Voung Lady Saved 'when Near Denth' Door Her Illncm Ilronclil About brAUmetiU Peculiar to Her Scr-Onlr Ono Wnr In Vhlcu They Can bo Succeurullr Resitted. SATURDAYS .... o (. ) From Hie Ottawa (Canada) Cttlr.cn. Porhnps tboro is no litMlthior people on tbo continent of Aino rica today than the rcsidonts of tho picturesquo villngo of Mor riokvillo, situated on tho Ridenu river, and tho ronton is not so niuoh in its salubrious cliroato as in tho wiso proo.mtions takon by its inhnbitants in warding olFdis oasu by a timely uso of proper medicine Tho groatest favorito is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and many nro tho testimonials in re gard to their virtues. Your cor respondent on Monday lust call ed at tho rtsidence of Mr. and Mrs. II. Eustou, and mtorviowed thoir daughter, Miss llatt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1895

JWfri!f r IB ""SK?!, , iMfWIfp --fr. '"npjfaf" JpPI.WTTw!isrw?iw r -i w vi VW- , "V.V trnn" . ' EVENING BULLETIN, N0VE2IBEII 23, 1895. mttmj3ixnvBtmtit,-rttivr y 'j&i i h "BY AUTHORITY. TAX APPEAL NOTICE. Notice 1b hereby given that the Court of Tax Appeals (or the District of Honolulu, Oahn, will sit at tho District Court Hootn on Friday, tho 22d day of Novombor, A. D. 189.", at 2 o'clock p in, to bear such appeals as may bo biought before it. A. PERRY, .President ot Court of Tax Appeals for District of Honolulu. Dated Honolulu, II. 1., Nov. ID, I8'JV 157-3t Notice to School-Teachers. Owing to tho shortness ot tho present school term, teachers in nil Government schools are ordered not to prepare fur or hold any Christinas cxeicisc. lly order of the Hoard of Education. ALATAUT. ATMXMlX, ZG-ii Iiuptrtor-Giuvial Schools. Board of Education Notices. The ChrMmas vucallon of the Government School n III rommciicr on KIIIDV, Decem ber:.!), ISM, and but t. til MOXUAT, JiimiaryO. 15WJ. l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1895

"V7 x j fw,r pw gr"v I'-rygffp? .J f -Tf EVENlKp W1fTWtf1rtPII BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 23. W.yUWiWWWPwwwi l 111.. vziwwmntasrmTi rr lMKWW'tTT wiymmrym--''Tmrrs w - s$srm ryy&rw . II LOCAL AND GENERAL. W. H. Crozior is iu the city. 0. M. Walton of Kuu camo oTer ou tho Hall. Tho W. G. Hall brings nows of hoivy rains on Hawaii. "W. T. Dorranco will bo busi ness manager of Timo. Tho stonmor W. G. Hall sails again- noxt Wodnoado)' morning. Tho Miowera is duo from Victo ria with tlireo duys1 lntor nows. Tho Biimmit of Mnuna Loa, Hawaii, has its winter covoriug of Rnow. Services will bo hold in tho new Christian chuich tomorrow for first timo. Captuu Carter's company of tho Mountod Resorvo drills this after noon. r A corroctod list of the Thanks giving lootuuu luiiuis uiuui9 u another column. 0. "Walter?, G. R. Ewnrt and Goorgo Campton oame over from Kauai on tho Koauhou. Owing to bud wonther tho W. G. Hall wns unable to land at llookonn on hor last trip up. Rov. S. H. Duvis tamo ovor on th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1895

7?WT,nfWyP'F'nr7-3FWr'r?'rv vn'r "" -7?pj;mny;j.jpyr ,rwmw" EVENING BULLETIN, KOVEMBKR 23, 18, Z) y r te.- I I HOME AND AI1IIOAU. (Joort Illood Knmirc flood llcullli mid. Hood's Sarinparllla Eu- urei Ilooth, It is tho duty of overy ono, whether at home or travelling for pleas jre or business to equip himself with remedies which will koep up Btrongth and provent ill ness, and cure such ills as nro liablo to enmo upon all in ovory day life. For iustniice, Hood's Sarsnnrilla as a general tonic, and to koop tho blood pure and I09S liable to absorb tho germs of disousp, will bo wuil nigti invulim bio. Chniigo of drinking water ofton caiiHi's crious trouble, cs poc ally if on' ha.) boon u.sud to sviiig wutcr iu tlio country. From a few drops to a tonspounful of Hood's S.irsp:mllii iu a tumbler of water will provent the water having any injurious tiled. "Wo o.ivuestly adviso all to in clude in your medicine package a box of Hood's 1'ilis. Thtiy u.ttisn 110 discomfort, w disturb.mco, no los...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1895

grjpwjpv. "W .,j y iP,pwwrr.-'ip 'Iftcwr 5,tTTTr'aipwr.,i( -wgyvr r EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 23, 1895. mMmMAiwrrj: xwjLwnyiPni .. m ' MHRHfhVijSv MRPHHHwVAtr ''ji?!n l J ! cituitnu Ni;itvi:i:s AVlicre Honolulu l'coilu 3Inr Wor ship 'tomorrow Centum. Union Church, corner ISoretn nia and lllchnrdii streets. Douglas 1. Mr nlo, minister, Servioos for Sunday, Nov ember 24th; 9:55 . ra'., Sunday souool niid Illblo classes; 11 a. m., Public wur ship and sermon; 3:30 p m, Junior Christian Endearor meeting. 7:30 pm, praiBS serrioo with Bpoclftl'-lnUsic-.i The .Gospel ini Bong;" after-incstlng in the parlors. Sun day tchoolst "Japanese, in Lyceum at 10 a.m.; Portuguese, on Miller street at 2:30 ip. m. Wodntsday at 7 p..m. class in church membership; 7:30 p m, Prayer meeting. Topic: "Growth in Christian Churncier." A. welcome for all at every service. Union meeting of Yl' SO Eand I'M 0 A, ct tho Y M 0 A hall at 0:30. St. Andiikw's Cathedral November 24th, Cathedral services: 0:30 n. in., csl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1895

?$" ' "" I . . . . kl if, 1 : i 8 l jiiMiujiMMMaji-iwUJ-LimiiiMWiiMMMiii n iinn.Hi i i " ' i i' i 11 tti ttt iimi niir i n ----" - . 4 A SATURDAY'S SHIPPING. THE W. U. lALI, AltltlVES PltOJK HAWAII. Some Item Prom The Wlmllnc KfcloniThe Dnrk Mohican nnd Brig Irwin At lift. Tlio schooner Mile Morris with rlco from Koolau is t Oceanic wharf. The Canadian-Australian liner Mlowera I due from Victoria totuunon morning. Tho steamer Kaunl left wltliS(h) tons coll for Mikawcll plantation thlt aftemoo.i. The American bark Mohican from Callao arrived tills afteruuon ei-cklng orders, The steamer MokollI bnmsht In tho inual line nfrtiick nntl produce from I.anal and Mo lokul l.it nlgiit. The steamer Keanhou with a big carco nl pailit) and rice fiom llaiiukl unil oilier wind ward Knual plantations nnltvd In port this morning. The Kail Kona Mcutucr W (i llnll lirouclit i'XH) basofMijnr III eMvriiy fur tho W II Dliuoml and St' Alien, fche riturm thence nct WmIiichIiij tuoiiilnc. The ADiirlr.ui lir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1895

T-flfc- ff iinj 1 ir Evening Bulletin I ..w I'c n .'. vot.: 1 . NTi i r.o. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovory day except Sundny nt C09 King Street, Honolulu, K. 1. SU1ISCIU1TION KA.TE9. Per Month, nnywhero In tho Ha waiian Islands $ 75 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Yrar, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nynlilo Invni'Iiiblv In Advnitco. Tnlephono 230. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. Irritating and Disfiguring ERUPTIONS On the Face, Cured by Ayer's Sarsapariiia Bemarkablo Experience of Hiss Dorothy Maher, Fitiroy, Victoria, whose portrait we ro privileged to givo below: "I take pleasure In testifying to tho great beneflt I derived from Ayer's Sarsapariiia. I suffered from eruptions on my face of a very Irritating and vexatious nature. Tor a considerable timo I experi mented with various so-called blood medicines, but without any allevia tion of my trouble. At last, your famous Sarsapariiia being strongly recommended to mc, I...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1895

,yT tg.y- rfF?r MmmWft i I r vj1 BA s mwmrm wmm -mm mmmmm mmmm Bm l'AIHT.K AND mlMilOVAIIir. H " &) An Inmnto of n Coiuitr Almwioiise !fc$L Inherit, a Vaat Fortune. Lewiston. Mn.. Oct. 12. For tho last ilvo yours thoro bus liTod in the poorhouuo boro a man who 'was known to the authorities an John Bell. Ho was taken in 1890, .aftor being discovered in an ap parently dying condition on tho roudaido, nnd has been n inmato ovor sinco. Ho has steadily re fused to revonl any of bis provioug history, but ho undoubtedly came of a good family, and to somo of the inmates bad confided tho fact that ho was hoir to a lurgo fortuno, but Iio had boon chuatod out of it. Ho tuts dwolt on this subject for tho lust five yours, and tho kuopeis thought ho hub mildly iusino on this subject, though ho Was perfectly rutional on every thing olso. Today, however, they locoived information fiom tlio British Homo Govcrnmont that a fortuno hud beon loft to one John iioll and that tlioy liud reason to be li...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1895

tT" "'3 1 v. T "'HP'.-'J "Wli ."T-TO'CT 'niiH'iWfngnMj T f. I XT-,-31 '4" A ,,7-r , -'T .,. 'r Homo 'Hint 1'lnj-n tlio Ilariuaiiliini Tlio liorsoAlpIm bas astonished tho London theatergoer with his intelligence. A bluckbourd is brought upon tho stago and ho is asked to show his arithmetical powors. Tho nnimnl turns to tho figures, thinks u niomont, appar ently, nnd thon paws out on tho floor, figuro nttor flguro, till his subtraction or addition or raulti plication sum is corroctly done. Somotimes ho mttkos a mistake, and with un iraputiont shake of his mano nnd a vicious light in his eyes ho bogs ngaiu and rights tho wrong. Somohow tho Lritlsli mind refuses to boliovo that u horso, oven of tho Alpha breed, actually "dooa sums;" ono sus poots somo hidden trick by which tho trainor causes his horse to make certain signs that look like tho result of thought. But whothor or not his trainor employs those "nrtistio" moans, tho result is cortainly most striking, nnd if trick thero bo it i...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1895

rr?wP,'i " 5' y r n"ST' ' k EVENING UULLETIN, NOVEMBER 25, 18U5. h i t tr. BY AUTHORITY. Board of Education Notices. The ChrlMraas vacation of tlio Government 3choola will commenco on KH1DAY, Deccm ttrlM, ISM, and lust till MONDAY, January 0, isao. By orJcr of tlic Ilo.ml, JOHN F. SCOTT, lflt-Ot Secretary. Examination for Teachers' Primary Cetlfi tatcs, Mill be held on KK1DAY, January 3d, nud 8ATUISI)AY, January 4, 1800. at the fol lowing places: Honolulu, Onlm; llllo, Ha waii; Walluku, Maul; IJliac, Kauat. lljr order of the Hoard, MATAU T.ATKINSON, 1.0. S. 1C1-U- It It the Intention of the Hoard of Educa tion to open a fur illicit school for pupils above the age of 11 The eihool hliurs will be from 7 tn U pm. dally, excepts Saturda) and Hundnj Tnu elon lll commence January ft, lS'.Hl, at the Kort-ntnet School. Pupil desirous of entering should apply at the board of Education. Tlie Hoard nould likcall tocher ho are slcslroni of teachlnc In tin. night school to tend In their mime, l'...

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