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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 December 1895

majttaMaaavs&Hajaamnm? "r Tf "PfjajrTFrc .VM. 1 J f L.OCAL, AND GENERAL. Wui. Enssio is ovor fromluumi. The rumor fiend was at his best yoalorduy. L. Adlcr lins ft cottage to lot nowly paintod. Judgo Perry is cngigod with civil onsos tliis nftornoon. 0. Bolto and H. Louisson r turned on the Clnudino yostordoy. It was a tirod and happy crowd thnt got homolato on thoKcauhuu IubI night. Ti A. Tlmrstnn, wifo and ohild, rotnrnod from Kauai yosterdny by the Mikahala. Mrs. E. It. Hendry was ono of tho returning passongers from Kauai ysblorday. AVirth's circus which arrived tins moruiiig has u list of twenty tv" parf jrai'-ra. Dr. and Mrs. Oupron anil Miss Jessio do Lion loavo by tho Mio wcrn this afternoon. Artlmr Hnrrtfl, irr?stod for dis turbing public woiship, will havo his trial on tho 6th. 'Hrufo C-irt'vright wan ono of tl.o UT-r-iiug p.is&ongtrs by tho Uluiidnio ystorduy. HiiHiiicfls is improving in Judgo Perry's court. There woro thirty-thi'-u ulTonJcrs up this morning. Pros...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 December 1895

T"r. 1 7-qpi . "HX - -i EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 2, I89S. JHr'' I ' on I W '' 1' 1 I '1 iiuui: tiim WAVr.s. rioo Jliut sweep tlic t aiit or f'lilnn t Let Twlco Every Year. Twico a year at tnch oquiuw tho famous tides of the Tuion Tang river, that flows from tho Kiuugsi, Fulikion, ami Chokiang to Hang Chow bay, attain their greatot bright, and a boro of sometimes nvor forty fcotin hoight sweeps irrosistibly up its shallow nnd funnel-shaped oatuary, ofton producing tratuondouB lmvoo to tho surrounding country houce its iiiu"i. "monoy-dyko.'' from the amount oxponded iu siiccm sivo centuries on its oinbank lnent. It is si'en at its bst at llrt-g Ciow, tho pri'f-ctnii city not fir i'loni its mouth. Twi-ive nr fourteen minutes buforo it is vifi bio a dull, distant roar is hoard, moment mlv swelling, until t'io wall of muddy water, tal! ns tho bulwnik ci tho b ppet liuor, as overwhelming ns a glucior, sweops into sight lotnid tlio bond a milo ntvnj. Not 11 bo.it i t bo Cfon on tho latel...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 December 1895

TW '-w&'mmtfyw y'"f ' "ri?f ycjjp '$H EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 2, 18. JSgtoiMW WMgfMi3WJJ1iHl W1.WW IWI.' T I TIT III I lfii I III f I II II I III' Tl WM ! Hill imiii ., -.-"-jtjv sroun.M ov isiis i.onuo.1! i4.ui.-j. A Hpoctnl i:lUlon nco Printed lor n Murder. A papor on "The London Times' which haB boen contri bated to MoUlure'B.Magtziao wb revised by Mr. Woltoi. shortly before his d6n(h,"and H'lfffiliid' that somo of tho anoodotos most complimentary to the, famous old journal woro stricken out by him. Ono of tho storiea rolnted in this nrticlo concerns a Timos cor roppondent who was toiturod and killed by barburiuus tu tho Hunt. Tho Times printod an account in full of the terriblo dotnils. Thon, nftor tho edition was printod, tho presses wore stopped, a now pnpo wus made up with the Btory of tho correspondent's death rewritten and deprived of its horrors, and ouo copy of thin now page wua struck oil' nnd Rent to tho youtiR rami's mother in plnco of Ikt copy of tho regular wl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 December 1895

crwfTWFTT "fw ,"''"; " ', f- " ?$$$ . EVENING BULLETIN. DECEMBER 2, 1895. y "gyw$ if if I' LINER M10WERA ARRIVES. Till: KE4UIIOIJ HACK VltO.lI THE i.i:ii:i si'.rri.j:.iiET. The Sand? VUt-FrcIsn Shipping KMaaDprturc ol theSteamer .Uokolll-Olhcr Newa. TIip ftramcr Mokolll came In from Laual Saturilny afternoon. Tlio old dtc of tlic ltslimnrkct Is being rapidly floored over nud 111 noon tie In shape ns a Ural class uliarf. Tlio steamer Mlkntiala brought In some paddy mill live Mock from Kauai Sunday inornlui: carlv. A few hours later she was ilrsimtcliiil for the stenmcr Keauhou which as liel Hi tint Molokal and returned about S o'eloek In the evening. For Tuvsilav, Dee 3. Illixli lido large 4:S0 am; Low tide large 9.41) pin. Sim rles 0.S1; .Moon rises 0: HI. Tlio steamer Claudlne from Maul way ports brought In a number of passenger, i"'.' head of cuttle and cither llc sioek and produce. She returns iliiiue tomorrow aliernoon. Tim steamer Walnleale cocs to windward Kauai ports tomorrow...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 December 1895

T?'NW"H w, ' ar- Evening Bulletin VOL. 1. NO. 1G8. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1895. PRICE 5 CENTS. w s THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday at 009 KInR Street, Honolulu, IL I. sunscmi'Tiox hates. For Month, nnywhoro in tho Ua- wailan Islands 8 76 Per Year. 8 00 1 For Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, olhor Foreign Countries 13 00 1'nynhlo Invariably I" Ailvnnco. Tolepliono 250. 1 O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. WONDERFUL Blood-Purifying Effect -OV- Ayer's Sarsaparilla Mr. Chnrle Stephenfton, a well-known Jtallway Employe at Kalapvl, New Zealand, write I "About ten years ngo, whllo on Raged in shunting, my foot caught between the rails, and my leg was fractured below the knee. It healed in time, but I have been troubled ever since with swollen veins, and have been obliged, at times, to wear a bandage. About a year ago it bc camo much worse, and I feared I should bo obliged to give up my work. A friend advised mo to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 December 1895

iy&gf'$Wm'WF "" &rrH'' " rn: . J" nr frr .i-j ,t r M-pr-ifjfJWIr!.' ""' I? EVENING BULLETIN, ECEMBBH 3, 1S95 ArwA. nislww wwMrwggaBgmgCTfa. f g v w.nrjf 'A-llifr TwBjnffirt (""- uow to MAicr. nni:r uoai: pay, llr. Kntll2a Lecture Ilcforc tlic Kle. clinnlcR InMlliilc. Dr. Julius Koebig doliveredan instructive, although somewhat technical lcoturo, in tho library of tho Mechanics' Institute last evening on tho "Boot Sugar In dustry, nnd IU Importance to California." Tlioro wore about 200 in tho audionco, and they listened with tlio closest atten tion. Dr. Koobig first told of the growth uf the beet sugnv industry in California, nnd tho succoss that had attended it,eron in the f.ico of scomingly insurmountable dilliculties. Mow rich f.itraing oiniinutn'.Us had boon built up, :i. d irn)oroiw towns, such ag Watsotivillo nnd Cbino, through the scientific cultivation of the SDgar bt't and tho cstnblishnicnt of fuct'irii". Tin- lectmor then proc odfl Inde-inbo tho tniinu tictuio of b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 December 1895

i(vrr ' "f, wW'vrf vmrvT-pq-' wyffrtr' . .-n '.jagSSSE.'TTJSJWI'" - ina J'F '"A WWP"1-1 EVENING BULLETIN, DEClttlRER a, lft'ifi, IMIUMikMWinW1AWtWtMM AUtflU - a.lW!in?Ywiwwiwiniri lewttA MAtkUU X'tr3S3VlyTVtVl-arTTT'fWmtwt -Y-T, rirti,!. sjKXfsttirmt 7ajtMidui.tMMvuzAV IIICTCIiF. AND IIOAT IM1K.I) ' s'i Speed of Nine .lilies 11 11 Hour 111 Smooth Wj(cr. Mngazino3 of Into have given oonsidornblo nttontinn to bicyclo railroads, oarriag'-n tint nro pro pelled by olectricity and tho pos sibilities of spoprl development, yot not a word hns been said about a marino bioyclo that bns boon invontod by n Soattlo tolograpb oporalor. Porbaps it Is going a triilo too fir to siy that ho "in vontod" it, for to tho casual ob server it looks ob if ho had simply combined tho whnlobnok stoamor idoa with tho ordinary bicycle gearing. However that may bo, tho invontor has beou successful to a cortain oxtcnt with his maohino, and bus surprised the wator-front peoplo by riding n considerable distancn in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 December 1895

!H Mpp, "fH"1' mgen'"' ' ' ,f?l"ilSX3Wr ?r i?' n .,.- 1 "W ?FWjlF' Trf rjM7': "'' BVEarsa bulletin, decembe'j? is, isoc. ffWHWtWBIIVHIWWIIW w-yjiJMWWiinft-tmmn uwjti - iirriri-ri i n' nrno-fiiiinwiriflmtTTinili,i ifUMw fttmrtAftvwsTsiKi & a fi Hi ,r HKrr HEl-' 5 Euetyir Bulletii?, DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. TUESDAY - - - DEO. 3, 1895. SOMETHING LACKING. What with tho now High nud (formal schools, tho Punahou, St. Louis and Kamuhumoha pri vate schools, tho common schools Scattered all over the town, tho projected night Bohool and tho Y. H. C. A. cIsbbcs, thero aro abun dant opportunities for tho youth 1 Honolu'ln to not only obtuiu a good education, us that term gen erally goeu, but to ncquiro practi cal knowledge sufticieut to givo young men and woraon n, start in 3, floruit occupations whoroby a livelihood may bo gained and, with ability and application, cou aidorblo Buccoas achieved. Yet thoro is a liability of such results tbuing inado harder to obtain by ILu very plonitudB of tho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 December 1895

rsrm.T m s JmWWBlx W "" "" "" ?V" ' " " mr '" ww ' ' v " EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 3. 1805. WTWIMWW hf -mrm - - wi f v it.-cWmitiTtr ' i LOCAL AND GENERAL. Compnny II held its uaiml drill last night. Rov. J. K. Iosopn will loavo on tho Olnudino tonight. No Rrrosts woro mado by tho polioo this morning. Tho T. M. C. A. will opon n, now Bible Class at 7:30 this evening. Pooplo soorn to bo making their Christmas purchases early this year, Wm. Eassio and Dr. Weddiolc loft for Knpna today by tho steam er Eoauhou. Lawyers Kinnoy and Carter leave for Maui this afternoon on tho Olaudiuo. Slorokeopers say that business is muoh bottor than at tho samo period of last year. Mercbnnts woro all busy today making shipments of holiday goodB to the other islands. W. C. Wildor, Jr. , loft by the Miowora last night, for a few wooks trip to tho Coast Statos. Tho now Wall, Nichols storo was orowdod with customors as oarly us 8 o'clock this morning. Manuol Andrado and Miss Rosa Ilafuol woro married at th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 December 1895

B'W'THV y ' " ""; "way1 ' 'is;1-' "g 'y i ' 'm'""i y)1 'niwir -j - WPP " " "aEi, " r spwr Fm!&ir . EVENING! BUI LET1N, DECEMBER 3. 1895. il- floc;ci:i Foic ins ciiiih'ikii. iclllou il tint Shall' I'ocCl) Miit Ilo l'avofulilc. i It is not gonerally known that tho present Shah of Persia is not only ft proBo writor of consider able tneric, but lias also some pretensions to tho charantor of a poet. Like tho Gorinm King, who, according to Carlylo, de clared himself to bo nbovo gram mar, so does tho rorsiun monnich consider himsolf abovo criticism; yet, liko nil poets, ho is glad to lend mi er to it when it is f.ivor ablo. One duy, however, haviug com pleted u pnem which pirticul.irly ilelightud linn, ho deigned to lend it to one of the most prominent men of lottors nttaohed to his honsohold. "What do you think of it?" ho asked, nftor read'ng hi worses aloud. "I do not altogether like the poetu,"sui8tuticundidroply. "What an ubs you aro to say boI" replied tho offoudod sovoroign, nnd ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 December 1895

! n e i&f If ' -m n. ' IT J?,- -,-V 'H" Twr v-rr ,?'"' -' sp? "- ''wrifr'? jnj" -" "s"r ; ijn F! EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER .1. 1805. "1ltlViMU VW rl-iH1 o rt& tB'1: -m rpi tyfwaut9m w r &riruvrirv.-KrTXT.T-3TTti'tmirrrA t Valnablo Copper ?Jlne. An old copper mino nt Redding, Cftl., which was b night for ?350, 000, is boing roojioned at n cost in wages of $50,000 a mouth. It is said that a million of dollars will bo spent boforo a ton of oro is oxtruotod. Smelting works are boing oroctod, and a ton-inilo narrow gaugo railroad has bton btrili connecting tlio mino with tho California and Orogon Rail road. Coke from Englaud is to bo used for smelting, nnd tho copper mnttor is to bo sunt to Swansoa, whoro tho component piirta will bo separated. This will form nn important item in tho shipping trudo of San Frauoisco. i m "Well, sir," said tho physician, nftor examining his putiont, "you havo a very sorious oom)luint,l)ut I cniv it in two cif-is out of liv" "But, doctor," repl...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 December 1895

-t- y?.' .. . --, ., vvrrK''' ffWy-"W ?w. . v EVENING BULLETIN. DECEMBER 3, 1895. I" 'WHIII" I V, ALONG THE WATERFRONT. DEl'Altriilti: OI' TUI-MIAY'N I'LUil OF ISLAM) STEAM Elt. Orerdae Vessels The Cummin Unck ! WalaaaBalo-Rewa o-r AIobk Mioro-ftlilpplag Item. The bark Martha Davis in overdue. No entrlet nntl no clcamnies at the dia tom's oilli'c today. The utenmer Kaliulul is comlni; Into port from San FrmicUco The liner Mlon rm'r (lcpnrtnre did not take plaeu until 5 o'eluek. y MLid.it afternoon. The Meatncrs Wal.ilr.ilr and Mlkaufla took light frrlglit to the (luideii lle thU eviiilng. The steamer Claudine lonrn thli afternoon with passenger and freight tor Maul way ports. The steatner t'ummlns came oil the marine railway yctcrdy afternoon and left for Wal inanalo t lit tnoinin).'. The missionary scli-ioncr I.ojjan Is now 15 day out from hii rruneltco bound for thu south en l& this port. The rlrctn outfit was being hauled away from the .Mai' n-liarf this miirnlus to the headq...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 December 1895

WWWtfffi.p4',il W$ffl - "- iT'rS'Tf?1' "i WrvWM wlfaBs Jl T" It . JS. ' " '. 1 ' va-ir -. i -. .""-.' iv "f i yv Evening: Bulletin 4 VOL. l. NTO. 169. HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1895. PRICE 5 CJENTU. V r THE EVENING BULLETIN.. Published uwrv day except Sunday nt O(l') King Street, Honolulu, II. 1. SIMI-.CIIIPTION KA.T1M. Per Month, anywhere In tho Hn- wnlinu Islands 8 73 Per Year 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to A.nicrii:a, Cnundn, or Mexico. in 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 l'nytilil Iiivurlnltlv In AiImuioo. Telephone SWJ. V. O. Hot 8'.). B. L. FIN KEY, Manager. COLDS, COUGHS, INFLUENZA, SORE THROAT Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Will relievo tho moat dis tressing cough, sootho tho inflamed membrane, loosen tho phlegm, and induco refreshing sleep. For tho euro of Croup, Whooping Cough, Soro Throat, and all tho pul monary troubles to which tho young aro so liable, thoro is no other remedy so eilect ivo as AYE ITS Cherry Pectoral A Record of nearly 60 years Col...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 December 1895

'JW" -yy WJjptWWgniwafw ijjpqjw fr"-! EVENING BULLETIN, DECEnlBEH i, 1S05 MHMni i ifti:' '!! wmi h mm1 i 'T' ' i w'" m,ffirv - t - ' . - if, i IH' Hm MOKTUAHY lll.POItl. pared Wltk Prevluu Yean. Thero woio sixty deaths in tbo district of Honolulu for tho month of Novombor. From 1891 to 1894 inolusivo tho numbers re spectively wero C7, 3G, 60 and -16. Hawaiinns greatly preponderate in tho mortality. Tho annual death rato pur thousand for tho month was 25 7'2, nnd the ratos by nationalities wero ns follows: Huwaiinns 40, Asiatics 17.33, all othtrs 18. The deaths by nation alities were: Hawaiians 3fi, Chinoso 10, PorlURUOSO -1, Jap anobo 3, British 3, A j oricuns 3, others 2. I3y sexes thorn wore 39 mules nnd 21 females. Tho numbor uunlt'-udod whs 13. As to ngPN the jioito'-t moitalily was from 20 to 30, seventoou, and the m xt from It" 5. niui-. Tl o total from under 1 to 20 was eighte n. Consumption and whooping cough wero oven im tho most pro lific causes with seven ench, and old ng...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 December 1895

w EVENING BULLETIN, DE0EMHI3R 4, 181)5. Wlm WWHM r m to wuuukjrftn mlvrviv&!irrtLMi'Wti-avAfvt9WM A 111' I.EAOWU .UUMICALt.'. IProgrntii Tor tlio i:ii(cr(iiliinic-cit To morrow lUfiiliij;. (Following is the progrnm to be rondorod at tlio tnstcil ontertain mont tj bo givon at ihu rooms of ihoJCilobuua Art League tomor row evoning: 1. 'Concerted number .Seleaied Dr. Day, A. II. Isenbcrg, ad Fro. Bcrcer. 2. Vocal duct Two Tuscan Folk Songs Miss McGrew nnd Mis Itlcbards. 3. 1'jaao solo Happy Wanderer ...Jenson 4. Ua.) ,(''.) "TarHiitcllc"...... D. Ulsot.lt Vocal solo "Tlie Wanderer" bcuubcrt Miss Allcll. VloUusolo "ltccrle" 0. aucla Miss MiUrcw. Vocal solo "Spanish Son"" Elkert Miss Klehards. l'lano tolo Si'Icctid Clinmlnndo Miss (irevn. Vocal trio Selected Mlf McUrcw, Mlts Richards and Miss Axtcll. SllMed City Life. A sixtosti-fuut ulligntor ornwlod out of tlio St. John river, ot tho foot of Main street, Jacksonville, Pla,, ono dny lust week nnd loi surely w.whllinl up tho street t...

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

- j r P,rfKrf 't i? W 'h' T,F' , 4ty Jre" ys pyr WV&"&7& !TtfT,'VfKf 'f""7 f-lfSM SfP" mvv 'jsp'1 " 1"' WT'JfT5' ' ' EVEMNG BULLETIN, DKCEMBEH " 4, 18116. wi n ww . wr.- iTM'i- Trrr --- '" f -r- - HBf' ' Wat.' ' K V' fin Iff fc; ttt, V r V i 5. , 1 r i !& 3 Euei?ir Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. WEDNESDAY -- DEO. 4, 1895. CANE VS. BEET SUGAR. Hinco tlio printing of an editor ial noto yoatorday, commenting en ttio claim of Prolosaor Koobig tliat boot sugar, granulntcil, wns equal to cano augur, tlio following is noticed in tbo sugar mnrket roviow of tbo Hawaiian Commer cial Journal: Wbatovcr may bo tbo ontcomo in tlie futuro tbu indications aro lliat boot sugar will not continuo to bnvu tho influence on tlio cano rtugur markot in tbo futuro tluit it lms bud in tlio pant. In Europe consumers nro beginning to de mand cane sugar from doalors, while formerly tbey did not atop to enquire what tbey wore getting. Mr. Henry 'WiiloruoiihO received n letter from a cnircbpouduut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 December 1895

Tv- twFp TrpsNjTO' "r V HP II 'l??"-. '4 f59?r""?; t K T" --a. I LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tho W. O. Irwin is n brignn tino. E. HnlHtoutl nnd wifo of Waia luti aro in tho city. Tuxes nro due now nnd dolin- quont on tho 16th. Ilnby Doxtor nnd W. Borlowitz hare gone to Kauni. C. Ihicbboltz came up on tho W. G. Hall yesterday. John T. Brown is homo from a business trip to Hawaii. A. Cropp and wifo returned to Kauai by tho Mikahula yesterday. Tho Hilo Tribuno has forgotten to exchange with the Bulletin. Attornoy-Gonoral Smith is ex pected home by tho stoamor of the 12th. Henry position Giles has acceptod n with E. O. Hull & ;ous. Leilnni Bot Olub meotp nt tho Hawaiian hotol this ovoning at 7:30. F. Osmer, accused of assaulting his wife, will havo his trial to morrow. Boiled in Nature's laboratory Goysor Water is piirifud as no other minorul water. A S Wilcox, Charles Gny and C. Von Ramm wont ovor to Kauai on the Mikahala. Materials for making Tissuo paper flowers, lamp shades, oto. King Br...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 December 1895

V ('?'fWp!? W EVENING JIULLKTIN, DEOEMBKK i, 189D. fprmqir- ' f " vjuffvriryy?1'rM','y''r!! BTm'' - s I1FET SUOMt INIIIHTIIY. Valmiblo Iiiloriiinllmi bont lt Con uiiiilluii uiul 1'ioiliirltoiu ApropoB of tho nnnouncoment that OlnuB Spn-ckels intondb still further to onlnrgo his sug-ir-beot operations in California the Shu Joso Moroury publishes tho fol lowing valuable infoimation: The giowth of tho boot sugar industry in tho United States during the pust few yours 1ms boon marvelous. In 1890 the country pioduced only G 000,000 pounds; in Ifi'U, 10,000,000 pounds; in 13SM, 18,000,000 pounds in 1803. -13 000,100 pounds; in ISM, 00 000,000 pound 'l.ii ilituct nsultnftho WoKinl'- Iimv whs ft marked in cro.iso in production, thus saving soini' millions of d. Haiti for the country iii.d distributing vast sums to American v:igo-enrnors. besides mincing tho price. There never was n more striking osaruplo of tho bonefits rosultii'g from IbMing n hom industry. Tho consumption ior cipita of su...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 December 1895

rt"W iw ' " ' "m ' " P "y,"''PgTrg w mmiflvr yiy "fy'-T '-WTg&yTi ,fc 4 ' ,'''V-V ' - Tlio I'ml Tor Cut". Kvr Hinco tho cit show Inst spiing Uio lon-iiipjicc.oit ft-liucs lmvo boon n cult of tho dny. Many pcoplo do not know that a Cat Bluo Book or Podigroo Book has been established bore in New York, so Hint persons may enter their cats and clnsrfify thoir dar lings of fur and whiskers. xiio clnse of entry gives eight divisions, divided again into long haired and short-haired cats, tlieso boing ngain separated according to color. Tho long haired cnts Ango ra, BusBian, Porsian, Indian and Ghinose aro judged by thoir coats, and tho "Lord Mayor's Chain," a most important point, is the nnmo givon to tho fur trill on tho neck. The most valuable is the dark bluo or si ato-colored cat with orange oyes. Tho black Persian with orango cyos and doop frill is goatly valued by tho connoisseur. Tho comparative points for judging cat flesh aro the length and quantity of tho fur, sizo and carria...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 December 1895

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