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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1895

t yy v""' fj. '"BMffiipi -9f ' ' t. irTwr - - , -t -u. EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 25, 1895. v (t LOCAL AND GENERAL, Sam Nowloin is over from Ha waii. A. S. "Wilcox of Kauai is in tho oity. Captain W. Freeman is back ngaiu. L. Von Tompsky is over from Maui. C. C. Konnody and wifo nro over from Hilo. U. J. Ordway has rotirod from tbo band. Try Horn's famous minoo piea for Thanksgiving. Among the Kinau's cargo today was 21 bales pounuts. Company D olectod tbreo now membors at its last mooting. Football ou Thursday at 3:30 p. m. Admission 25 cents. Mrs. F. If. Meier and children are ovor from Kauai. J. Makainao and servant bavo returnod from tho Volcano. Mrs. J. H. Paty returned yos torday fiom a short visit to Maui. Mrs. F. V. Makinnoy enmo down from tho coast on tho V. G. Irwin. A. MoBryde and W. L. Stanley bavo returned from a short trip to Kauai. Fathers Libort and Andrew and Kov. W. Horafall aro over from Hawaii. Jamos H. Boyd roturned on tho Claudino yefterday from a sbort tiip to...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1895

iwB.tsHliHIHHMIHHKHI'li ;"fl """'TgBf imfMip ryy.i'iff 'ntf r r jt ,f l"np Vt, '' EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 2G, 1895. 01 Asp KB'"' B Ik 1ft' k'B ' r. "r. V I! y k- p Er. hi T t1'. Llghtnlnc KoiU Vindicated. Snow Hiirris, nn ouginoor of icputc, who had designed a form of metallic conductor for ships, etronuously rocommonded its adoption, and gavo the Govorn mont many proofs of tho impor tant lossos whioh bad occurred through its absence. Hissohomo, which was apparently ruinod by a flash of lightning, was by tho name ngoncy turnod into a success. Ho obtained permission to erect his conductors on ton ships destinod for foroign service In one of tilcso a flogstiifF was put ubovo tho conductor, and in tho first thuudor storm it was shnttorod by a lightning bolt, but no further daniugo wus dono. This trifling ncciiloiit uh rogmdod with gravo mis-giviug, jiiitl it wus tho inton tion of tho Government to remove all tho conductors when tho ships roturnod home. Sir Johu Ronnie was employed b...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1895

7Sf3K' ' $T wr TR(f t riwifr-' i EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 25, 1895. II I IWWIIH 7 3 JSfSr TO 11E pnosi:cUTi). Hallor IVIio Tried to ISurn tlic aj licadnt Iloiiolnln. By a loto San Francisco papor it is loarnod that tho whnlingbark ' Gayhoad has arrived at Sun Fran cisco from tho North, and that throo of her old salts nro to bo prosooutod in tho United States Court for trying to destroy tho vessel at Honolulu. Whon tho Gay head was horo last March, anchored off tho harbor, flamos wero discovered in tho forohold lato at night. Signals of distross brought tho tug Elou to her re lief, aud she was towed to tho Pacific Muil wharf. Thero a firo engino was summonod to moot her, nnd drownod out tho fire. A lot of shavings saturated with oil was found soattored about the place. Threo men wero nrrestod on suspicion for arson, and woro left a-horo in prison wlulo the Gayhoad put to son. Soon aftor tho vessel had left Honolulu she found a stiff g.ilo, which kicked up n heavy soa.'iho Gay head ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1895

" -tr V'i-U(rt 1(flr ."., ?$ JftgEWK Spr.TKSS -.) ..tytw."' ''" HhW.jMi ii ii ii OW""".' -v '.-:?W EVENING BULLETIN. NOVEMBER 25, 1895. 1 M Ms - h&' PEy 3fnT BIB' In ff K Mr HI & ft If' I LINER WARRIMOO IN PORT. cli:,vni.;s 1'iio.n Tin: .sunday ISLAND SrKASir.K 1I.JKI. Dentil litre ortlie Ouliu Coaitsra Kuli, WnliunnMo mill J. A. Cummin oilier Cltyfroiit News To-dsv. Tlic steamer Claudlne re turns to Maul to morrow afteruoon. The scuooucr Olga left Mahukonn Inst Sat unlay thclMril Inst, for San Francisco. Tliu bark Molilcan which Is outside await ing orilcra will stay tlicie, us the captain Is afraid of lnlnij tils men by coming into fort. Tin' steamer Mlkahala brought 1GI bales of wool mid I.Vl Mieep from Mllinu yesterday lnoinlug Mie i.lulud on yuo.) bugs ot Wal meu oii,'.ir. The Canadian-Australian lluer Wnrrltnoo, coiutnnnikr lllrd, docked nt Oceanic nlinrf from Vaucouwr this iiltcrnoun. .She brought n small list of pautinirers mid the usual carpi of mill and biead stud....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 November 1895

Pijyflj. '"w"; "?-?- V'"" """r7TB flr ' "' v Evening Bulletin wrenRs!BojHBf?W5Kit sKEI? HrHKaHEwrajrfHEBiSHBB ,. jr W??, !?, , - .5j , Mf. Ar ,yf I, A t t ) VOL. 1. N0.163. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt COO King Street, Honolulu, II. 1. BUllSCKIlTlON IIATK9. Per Month, nnywhero In the Ha waiian Islands S 78 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid lo America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 Pnynlilo Invnrlulilv In Ailvunco. Telephone 'JiiO. 1 O. Box 80. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. PURE BLOOD Is the source of good health. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Makes Pure Blood, Strengthens tho Nerves, Sharpens tho Appetite, Removes that Tired Feeling, and Makes Life Worth Living. Sufferers from indiges tion, general debility, skin diseases, or any other ail ment arising from impuro blood, should take- AYER'S SARSAPARILLA Gold Medals at the World's Great Expositions, tSfBownro of cheap Imitations. Tho name Ayer's Sarsnpnrllln Is promi nent on tli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 November 1895

'JJPP-.'"1 'nfTfl??T,,,'" mW'irmr pmvqmwm '- 'TSWf4'- EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 20, 1895 Hi 2 HI . MR Wells, c t r i V J i Bv py )WIM TIIIIY MAKE A IIIOII HAUL. t'nrso .V. Co. Loio 820,000 at Cripple Creek. Colokado SrniNas, Nov. 12. Tho Wells-Fargo ExproBS Com pany has givon out tho following official statement of tho robbery at the Siinta Fe depot last night: Twonty thousand dollars were sent from Douver to tho First National Bank at Colorado Springs in tho early afternoon. The money wms roceivod about 4 o'clock, too l.ito to bo dolivored to tho bank. Tho packago con taining tho money was placed in tho depot snfo, and both doors locked. Evidontly tho thieves knew it was there. Whon No. 6 train cuno in. about 0:13, thero were other packages aboard, with cuireucy to the amount of '35.000, consigned to the same uuuk. These puckugos woro dolivercd to the ngunt and placed in the enfo. After tho train hud departed, Agent Goorgo Krout went to tho puuiorm to Htr.tiguten tuo trucks standi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 November 1895

;WfflFm'w' '' ' 1,-,"j,'y)-Mjr"'7 qrn-tzwqi A Ilonie-mado Method Ibr l'orclan Language. Constant dripping woara awny a utono, and if ono sots his mind up on accomplishing a cortnin oud and keeps constantly nt work in tho way of attaining it, it is as tonishing in what a compurutivoly briof period ho will find his offorts crowned with success. A con tributor toJTho "Writer' tells how ho learned French, Spanish, Por ttigueHO, and Italian by simply applying himself to tho task euoh morning and night as ho rodo up and don town on tho elevatod road. ilo startod with French, and taking a book in that languago with him when ho loft home sot to work to pick out first tho words which, from their similarity to English, ho already know. 'Ofton in tho oxcltomont of suoh a word hunt,' ho would say, '1 would ffinungo to bo carried sovoral Btatious boyond my destination. Words that were wholly Btrango to mo wine duly marked, and an hour Bpiit in the evening in for roting out tlioir definitions and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 November 1895

ftwyfyMiiTifr ' ' w l?lj?yTyyT yJPiT" -"yv,ir'T?wP''T''" TOJ' miww r J1""! V " "Ty Tr' EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 20, 1895. r!MW(H"f, Til Mf'JUMIIIIIKT-- . BY AUTHORITY. Board of Education Notices. The Christmas vacation of the Government iJcliools will commence on FRIDAY, Deccm VrSO, 1895, and last till MONDAY, January 0, ttW. By urilcr ol the Hoard, JOHN F. SCOTT, JCl-Ot Secretary. Examination for Teacher' Primary Cctlfi cales, will he held on FRIDAY, January 3d, ud SATURDAY, January 4, 18'Jrt, at the lol towlng places: Honolulu, Oahu; Ullo, Ha talt, Walluku, Maul; Lllue, Kauai. l!y order of the Hoard. AI.ATAU T. ATKINSON, Uil-ln I. . 8. It I the Intention of the Hoard of Educa tion to open n free night school for pupils iboethe age of 15. Tin ailiuol hours will !efrom7to 0 pm. dally, cxicptt Saturdajs tail SiimlajK The clou will commincu January (5, IS'.n), at the Fort-street Silioul fuplls disirous of entering should npplj nt :iie Hoard ofEduiatlon. The Hoard would llkuall teach...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 November 1895

EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 2G. 1895. fwwm LOCAL AND GENERAL. Soattlo Boer on Draught at tho Critorion. Tho roport that tho Canadian Australian stonmoro will call at Auckland is ngiin resuaoitated. The tclophono company has is sued a revised list of snbsoribors. It will be circulated today. Tho band will play at tho Hos pital Flower MUaion'a ontertain mont at Indopondenoo hall this evening. KingBros hnvo over 20,000" feet of picturo mouldings from which 1hoy aro making fnunes at FriBco pricoa. Mrs. Robert Louis Stovenson ontortainod Miss Kate Fiold and others at dinnor at Sans Souci last evening. E. Furuior, formorly teacher of tho school at Hauula. ha9 boon promoted to tho Kalihi valloy school. There was one of tho old time audiences t tho band concert at tho hotel last night and many ladies wero unablo toobt.iin seats. Rev. Mr. Mansey, tho now Pres byterian clergyman at Wuimea, lLauai, hold (services at that place last Sunday to a largo congrega tion. Tho usuil Thanksgiving outer t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 November 1895

EVENINQ BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 2G, 1895. ' R KMJLISimEN AT iiom:. 'Joaquin ITIIIIrr Dlactixnr Tliein lie furo tti Cliaunluc Auxiliary. Joaquin Mtllor rtroposod to rend San Franciscans a few portinont topical lessons last ovoning whon he lectured boforo tlio Chnnning Auxiliary at tho First Unitarian Church, Buys a Into San Francisco Call. Tlio tiddroua was entitled, "Loudon Folk Comparatively," unil the 1'uet of the Sierras grow enthusiastic ns ho described Englishmen in various walks of life. Mr. Miller is an admirer of the ICiiglinhmnii Ills lecture ws in tomli'd to i nprif'S his mid'anco With llio conviction tnnt tho in habit, iut8 of this continent can learn much from tho lives of thoir cousins nctoss tho water. "Thero is muio happiness to tho square inch in London,'1 Ha id Jonquiii Mtllor, "thin oitlior m Nou Yoik it Sen Frncisoo n grent deal moro. Why? Hcciuiso thoro is UMro heart there. There is nioiv libnity in London for man, woman and child than in any city f this country. The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 November 1895

-yrtyryyy'nwiu fftjf - r- rrv,t'-"w't$V- 'lf'S1 T' EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 2G, 1895. fwl? 'JVwHaMfMr' 'WSPHRsEM 7 '1 n wf w I'll w w uiwwiivwMfww TVH J ; 1 1 i; 1VIHT COKUIIENS WILL, no. Senntor Hlorcnii Outline Seiora In- porlniit nicanurci. What will bo dono by tho noxt Congress is still an undotorminod quantity. Sonntor Morgan be lieves that if tho Nicaragua bill bo introduood it will pass both houses. Tho noxt Congross will bo a vory busy ono, for our foreign rotations nppoar to bo ocoupying rnuoh of tho attontion of tho State Department. In a recent intorview tho dis tinguished Sonator said: "Many interesting questions nro before tho country Hawaii, Cuba, Alaska, Venezuela and tho Bering Sea claims and Con gress will doubtless have much to Bay upon thoso matters. If the Vouozuola coricspondenco has reached a finished state I havo no doubt that tho State Department will transmit it to Cougiosa. "Tho Alaskun boundary quos tion is in a groat inoasuro closely allied to that pond...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 November 1895

' fflFW7Tl9- rf ""r f- EVENING BULLETIN. NOVEMBER 2G, 1895. niramiflwiff'irtiflMjtiiminirinriMMfcriiHtin iirnn i iiififi'fr- i i THE C0L0MA10 HONGKONG Tin: mouicAN ro.tn:s inhideto- DAY WAiriNU OUIILIIN. Departure of the WalHlcale to Wind ward Kaual-FortlBii Shipping Hems Holes AIoue hore Todir. The Colonial liner Wsrrlmoo left Tor Syd ney at Id o'clock lat night. The rclioolicr Kaulla-Rouli Is on the Marine Rallnsy undergoing repairs. The brig Irwin llnltlicd discharging at Allen trcet wharf at nouu todr.y. The hark Mohican anchored In naval row this morning from her cruise outside. The tteaincr lnalanl lrou;;Iit 14 10 bag of Kekaha sugar In this morning, wlilch 1 being vnloaded In tho Marie Hackfeid. The bark Coluuia cleared for Hongkoug this afternoon Tl e link on the bottom of this VCTel was snccifnll repaired by dlers. A sailor on board the C'olouia fell from the rlcging to the deck this morning and was severely Injured. The aurgenu of the U S S lleiitilugtun attended him. The ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 November 1895

f$EjHra7 v- '" lf ?!" "fy""?, ' v .Tf ' I "Tpv j i"n-'i'1"- 'k?T' Evening Bulletin .. .1 v- !J VOL. 1. N0.164. HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27. 1895. PRICE 5 (JENTU. fi 'I v' - . I I !? v THE EVENING BULLETIN. l'ubllslicd every day except Sunday at C09 King Street, Honolulu, U. I. SUHSCnil'TION HATES. Por drouth, ntywlicro In tho Ha waiian Islands S 76 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countrloa 13 00 1'nynlilo Invnrlnblv In Ailvuuco. Telephone 25G. P. O. IJox 80. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Unable to Work ! NO APPETITE 1 COULD NOT SLEEP! Ayer's Sarsaparilla COMPLETELY CURED HIK. Mr. T. .1. Chine, of Wnlkervllle, Ado laldc, South Australia, write I "Six years ago, I had an attack of Indigestion and Liver Complaint that lasted for weeks ; I was unable, to do any hard work, had no appe tite, food distressed me, and 1 suf fered much from headache. My Bkin was sallow and sleep did not refresli mo. I tried several rem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 November 1895

Tj(p5w"jr v" ;fTp,TTr, " itfT Tit wwwmm "" w rjjjj'WP '" t " ' : JT' ST ""' , MF 2 H& I MXMMWMWIWflWIIH flP r r b THEY ADMIT THEY LIED AMU PMAY FOB LIBERTY TO GO TO WOBK. Petition of tta OoptU'a Twnty-ti Ohlncac Immlirinli For Iii- tire Cletnenejr la Granted. At tlio raeoting of tbo Council of Stato yesterday, notion was tikon on tho petition ot tho twenty-six Chinese immigrants in prison, praying for olomonoy. Tho potition was transmitted through Goo Kim, Clnnoso Com tneicinl Agent, who stated in his noto Unit ho hud satifcGud himself that tho laborers had bigned tho petition freoly and voluntarily, and that no coercion or intimida tion had boen used to procuro tho signatures. In their petition the laborers tnako tho following statements: On thoir arrival hoio by tho sto.imor Coptio on the Gtli of this month, thoy dcclinud to nccopt the ofF-r of agricultural labor mudo thorn by Uonokaa plantation at $12.50 a mouth wages, and re fused to accept any other agricul tural labor, whe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 November 1895

-- TBRr BE. ''TWn 'JWV JTHMT.1 afWf EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 27, IB)S. UkmmfttJUTwQrjtuniixmiimmvmiyiKwM THE NEXT GONOllRSS. . l!rJMMHIEzSHHHMRHMMflMKfliftta2i TO. .1 Some Clone Figuring oil Committee Clinli-iiianit1il. A Into Coast paper says that well-informed politicians boliovo thnt Dalzoll of Ponusylv.iuia will bo tbo chairaiau of tho Ways and Moans Comimtloo; Henderson of Iowa or Cannon of Illinois, chair man of tho Appropriations Com-, mittoo; Walkor of Mussaohusatts, Banking and Ourronoy. It is ex pootod that Mr. Loud of Califor nia will bo ut tho head of the Committee on Poatofficoa und Postroads. It is generally cou oodod that Robert It. Uitt of Illinois will be chairman of tho Committeo on Foreign AiFuuh; William P. Hepburn of Iowa of tho Intor-stuto and Foreign Coio merco; Judo I'ovor3 of Vorinunt or Goorgo W. Bowors of Califor nia or Gonenil Curtia of Now York, Military; Charles A. Boutello of Maine, Naval Affuiisj Soth I,. Millikcn of Muino, Publie Buildings and Grou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 November 1895

WSYiS''V ' 'fj' ' ""'P'" s' !'"St"3F ; ''" """ "V v" mfWT "Thjwj wf-wr wm '.W' EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 27, 1895. whiiiiw wmwwwfww nMMMWflllqnW 'V If " .. iwi.MiwwMwnwHWVfi'wtiM liinwjnBumwwuww ii.wwwflwiow r--i-r- r-.mit- .n -.. ..,. ," f m . mm' wax K. Vrk KB" It IE Ml-1 i; 5a '& BY AUTHOEITI. Notices. Tho verandas of the l'.i.outlve Building will bo oien to tbouo who desire to witness the review of the National Guard. Kntranee to the grounds from Illohards street or Palace Yolk. No oarrioges will be admitted, 104-lt IJY OKDEH. Examination for Tochers' Primary Cttlfi cates, will be held on FRIDAY, January 3d, and SATURDAY, January 4, 1800. at the fol lowing places: Honolulu, Oaliu; Illlo, Ha waii; Walluku, Maul; I.lhac, Kauai. By order of the Iloird. AI.ATAU T 161-1 ATKINSON', I. 0.8. It 1 the Intention of the Hoard of Educa tion to optn a trio nhlht school for pupils almcthu age of 15. The siliool hours will bo from T to U pin. daUj, ixa-pt Sfiturd.ijs and buudij The fusion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 November 1895

r r-W 9mmrrmmTtrmMMr&j&amiw$'mMm.rttr LOCAL AND GENERAL. No papor will bo issued trom this oflko tomorrow, Tho Coptic is duo from Sau Franoisco tomorrow. Tho steamuhip comnpnios will oloso tboir offices tomorrow. 0; Walters loft for Kauai on tfi9 Wnialoolo yostorday aftornoon. A small Boir.uro of opium was mado on tbo Claudino yostorday. Tbo regimontal parado takes plaoo nt 8:30 tomorrow morning. Tho Y. M. C. A. orobostra will moet as usual tomorrow night for rohoarsal. Tlicro is a surprise party in storo for somo ono noxt Saturday night. Tho Hawaiian band will play at tbo llawuihm hotel tomorrow evening, commoncing at 7.30. Most of tho let.ding stores will oloso cnthulv tomorrow. Tlio grocory stores will closo at 10 a.m. Tho baud will givo its logulur monthly moonlight concort at Makee Island this ovoning. Tho Choral Society held another of its rohoarsals last ovoning, about twenty of tbo niombors bo iug prcsont. Tho ndjourned annual meeting of tbo stockholders of tho Ono m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 November 1895

n-w?r-.JW PVFV'W(1 rr TTTIN. VOVEMBKR 27, 1895. saa'rnKy r t r - . it . . THE HI8TOUY OP CAST STEKL How the Secret of Il Jlniiufnetuie W KcTcaled to the World. The history of cnst-steel pre sents a curious inatanco of a manufacturing secrot otcnlthily obtained under tho cloak of an appeal to philanthropy. Tho main distinction botweeniron and stoel, as most pooplo know, is that tho latter contains carbon. Tho one is conrertod into tho othor by being heated for a oousiderablo tirao in contact with powderod charcoal in an iron box. Now steel thus made is unequal. Tho middlo of n bar i inoro carbon-1 izod than tho ends, nnd tho mir- fuco moio than tho center. It in, tliorofoio, unroll tbl Novertlio less, boforo tho invention of enpt stoel thorn was nothing bettor. In 1730 there lived at Attoroliflb, ne.r Sheffield, a watchmaker mined i Huntsman. Hi- buiuno dissntiB-, fiod with the wittoli springs in uso j and set himself to tho tusk of making thorn homogeneous. "If,'' thought he, "1 can...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 November 1895

rV"'?. T W lflfffg "SP wnWflWJIL, Wfl EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 27, 1805. 'iwwii.jwiwm ww wryrwriii'i I h h movriii; notes. l'liyitlclniiai hikI Hie riorsy Tallin ; In the Wheel. A physician who has dono n hat so many doctors would liko to do, bat daro not, sold hit oarringe and bongbt a wheel, says that many mon with a fashionablo practioo, tho prejudioos of whioh muBt bo respoptod, can take comfort in tho fact that tho clergy nro beginning to ubo the wheel, and presently tho physician can follow suit with equal dignity. Tho long frock coat can give away to the noat sack without serious conso quencos. In an apartmont houso or hotel tho wheol can bo left in chargo of tho hall-boy. At a prirato house it can bo chained to tho funcu, plncod in tho area or loft in a cortior drugsoro. For $2 a year it can be iusurod ngaiudt theft nnd for s?l against bieukago. Not to mcnti n tho many pleasures to bo dtrhod fioui bio cling out side of professional work, the physician who has tried it says...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 November 1895

,H3BiBfBBIMMMMtf'!i?lBTTPlMri1'riai' i ijl :ii - Ml iflMaci tt ,,-j itl( n,, 1iii.nn 'IISiS id'ilglli J&W 9ra - EVENTXH BFLLETJN. NOVEMBER 27' 1P.96. .ttntwwmaMciwa.t.djxm3j.ciZzr.XJUj Hmfll9ffiiRnwilr396nl --r' trippy 'a BImF i i. I i H' 8 f MARIE HAGKFELD DEPARTS. CUSTOM nilAKlt VIIAIIIiEV TIIUTIS lUNMAKl'.HA llAL'L. CltJ- of Adelaide iaot to Fort Town- end KlUue Hon ArrlTes Foreign HIiLpplUK Im. The British Imrk City of Adelaide failed for Port Townsend tlila afternoon In ImllMt The Mcamiulp Asloun from Portland as telephoned at I 30 ji m It l not jet known when she will rail for the Orient Hie hip Marie Ilackfeld Itft for tho rclln ry with Mil tun of ninr alncd at ?l'.l,00 All shipped hj llacKfeld A: Company. The briir I.urllne is ntcrdiic from 8an Fran cisco nt Illlo. 'I lie lurk Santiago is the next railing iFjil to nrrie ut Hint port from the coa-t after the l.urllnu Tlie hark Column hlrh wa to have uilltcl for UoiiKkouc etiTcl.i) alUrnoon dilajed tailing until tlil morul...

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