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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 December 1895

WW' lyiq 5.ff ' A Wt?v "' tvwir-' ..";.- v vji'. ,! . Evening Bulletin " k?,- SHk 1 "fa I VOL. 1. NO. 170'. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published overy clay except Sunday nt GO'J KlnR Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUIISCHII'TION 11ATKS. Per Month, nnywhero In tho Hn- . wnilnn Inlands $ 75 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nynlilu Invnrlnlilv I" Ailvnnoo. Tolcphono 25G. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Mechanical Arithmetic THE COMPTOMETER PERFORMS ADDITION, . SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLICATION, DIVISION, ETC, ETC. IT SAVES ' HALF THE TIME, AND AH The Worry. At tho World's Co lumbian Exposition, tho Comptomktkr re ceived tho highest awurd on adding and calculating machines. jjSrCall around and bco this tune-saving machine; computes in terest, discount, ex change, etc. A. V. GEAR. Health and Strength RESTORED BY THE USE OF Ayer's Sarsaparilla Mm. ?r. A. Cuintnlnjr, nf Ynrrnvlllo, Victoria, Aiittrnlln, Snjsi "Abou...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 December 1895

. 4 "p;-v T; -pqF- ,' .'"MpjjiJiry f r p '"" EVTCNTVO nrriT-TTN nKCJEMIlBR fi, 3895 s p I Tin: i, aii: m. pAmr.uii. Wlij Interment In tlic I'ltltroti -n Dcclinutl li) Mix I'liiull. Tlio Tiuios Paris conospomlout writes: "Miuo. 1'astour that is to Bay, tho Pnstour family, for they havo always boon admirably united rofusou to allow nn inter mont in tho Pathoon, whore tho Itepublio has created a Yulhulla, and whoro Carnot ulready rosts by tho sido of Victor Hugo. The family, however, had several rea sons for objecting to thoranthoon. Tho 0110 which has boon assigned is among theso, but is not tho chief. M. Pat-tour, it is true, had mi actual love for Lis institute. Ho was a man of singular simpli city and frugality. Material con sider i tions nover entered his bond. Merely by his theory of forn.onU, which h m enriched those brewers thioiighoiil tlie world who first adopted it and exported "Fintonr.sul" beer, M. Pnstenr might !iu o made a l.ngo fortune, lie did not drio (lie slightest r...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 December 1895

MPy" miTHtiiina ''"'"WrS yw''i'iHiiW ivW''Mj)ltiiij4,i (i ViiSi ''ljH. WguV ' ..,,- fB.jiUfVHMqiMj'lHI fvp EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER fi, 1895. wwmMWni UIIMIIPT'lHWJIUIWllHwmimBln W'JWIIMHiBywH ?""" w RHMWMfMfnp HBEVV 1J' I1RIJW HKf.?VIC ; ll Suction llornl IMUre. Although tho roiRning family of Swotloii is far fiom noli, owing to tho lato King having bequuiitliod ovoryvostigo of proueity thnt ho could dispbso of to his only daugh ter, now Crown Princess of Don mark, yot thoro aro few mnro mng niQcont abodes in tho Old World than tho Palnco or Castlo of Tull garn, whero tho Crown I'rinco and Crown Princess of Swollen hnvo just boon ontortaining the Gorman Emperor. It is tho favorite rosi douco of tho Crown I'rinco during the summer, nucl may bo Hiid to havo beon oiccted absolutely ro gnrdloss of cost, that is to Hi"y, in Us present form, for tho oldest part of tho enstto d.iteR hack to tho yo.tr 1100, whon, according to tho Soindinavian sngoi, it wim tlio stronqhold and homo of tho ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 December 1895

i . , ft ' t i I ' iW V. n a 'V 5i? Everu Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. THURSDAY - - DEO. 5, 1895. THE JAIL DELIVERY. If tlio Council of S tn to bnsod its refusals of pardon upon tlio apparently dilatory mid reluctant applications of tlio prisonors tits criminated nguiust, it did the niounn injustice) according to some inforiuation tlio Bulletin litis ro coivod. Tlici'b was mi impression in tlio prisoners' mind that tlioro would bo another "cut" miido on Thanksgiving D.iy. but that it would louvo tlio 1. 'liner term pri soncrs etill behind the b.irs. Thi'ioforo it whs Inn (I to convince tlicso hitter th it thfro was imy use in praying for pinion. TIiosp who woro most prompt in asking for roleiiso mid importunate in thuii petitions acttd, not so uiucli upon any sanguine hopes that theio would bo a favoiablo res ponso as upon the principle that, while their friends and the bene volently - disposod public were making such oarnont dibits on thoir bohalf, it would look liko sullen ingr...

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

:ir;w,"ip" i?iiM-.ig:sfflPPP' iWrs' EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 5. 180o. i in, ii iiinniii H i hii m tm Mppiiip I ii f i'i i 4 ) I' A LOCAL AND GENERAL. Oircus tonight at 3. Tho Amorican Longuo moots tonight. Y. M. C. A. orchostfa rohoarsal at 7:30 thiflnvoning. First lioutenant Torbort will resign from Compnny D. Company D did not hold its usual moeting Inst night. Military guards havo boon with drawn from Nuuanu stroam. Tho Young Hawaiinns Institute) meota this ovoning in Fostor hall. Docorativo painting dono to ordor at King Bros, .llotel St. ltiohos spring from economy; business from advertising in tho Bulletin. Tho V. II. Dimond sails to morrow at 10 o'clock for San Finncisco. U-v. O. P. Emorson contotn j)lutos a trip to tho Stntos in tho near luture. The Bulletin' publishes more local nows daily than any two papers in town. Tho tabu on bathing in tho harbor hns been removed by the Board of Hoalth. Methodist church lawn party tomorrow at Uaaloloa lawn, after noon nnd evening. On...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 December 1895

WS r - "Tr " -y "" ." 'S? EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 6, 1895. Hiyy.'l;i pt ww-v I 5 Bk ;- v itittyiito iautni:ks at ut:i:iti,v. A Irtnmucr' Nlurlllni; i:prrlriicnnl u Dunce Down Smith. "Speaking of practical jokos," said ft drummer to writer for tho Lottisvillo Courier-Journal tho other night, '"I was n victim of tho most embarrassing I havo henrd of for u long tiino. It was during my first trip Soutti ami, not boing familiar with tho po -plo in thm part of tho country, 1 thought I hail found a really Booiiiblo placo, when three young 'swolU' of tho town with whom J had been talking the evening be fore asked mi- to g with them to a diitico that was lo he givi-n at a fomnlo heiiiinnry f- miics fioin this city. "I had been away from homo for some time, and not having had the ploasnre of b-ing in tlio company "f young ladies I was fairly delighted at tho idoa of spending u plo.isont ovoning. J "I told them 1 would b- pleased ' to go, and, after humid prepara-. tion, wo btarti'ii. "Tho ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 December 1895

Wqv ,1t "f"5fW8i - - '" 'afw fHMHIWNfllV SUK i "'.i .cd EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 5, 18!)5. ."" JP?T W"'-" f. V n mrm out&iilo null askod hi in if tlioro wiis iu,t n trnin leaving Unit jiluco soon. Ho s.ii'l tlioie wonM bo one going to Loui&villo in nbnut nu hour, and I concluded to wait around tho littlo station until it wau ready to lonvo. "I do not romotnbor to havo ovor hoard a moro welcome sound than tho uhistlo of that train, uf tor sponding an hour in silont misery. "I reached my hotel in this city shortly after midnight, but could not siren. I had loarnod on tho train that 1 had been to an in sano asylum ball, and I was ns mad as a hornet. Tho next morn ing tho young tnon cimo around to tho hotel and apologized, and now they nro tho host friends I have in this city." City (Jurriugo Co.. J. S. And. lado. mnnitger. It you want n buck with good horso and cuio ful drivor ring up iVlophouo 113, corner of Foit and Merolwnt Btiuela- Hack ut all bonis. Bicyclers nro likely ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 December 1895

,. - xv " EVENING BULLETIN. DECEMBER 6, 1895. frtrrh """'''"' i-' ALONG THE WATERFRONT. Tin: K.t. Aitiiivi.s ami tiii: 1WAI.AM LDAVI'.S. Cllr of PekhiK and Other Veaacli ! T-iarroMrIteM from lbs Cltj'a Pro nl. Australia noU Monday. Liner City of Peking tomorrow en rute to t lie Coat. Tlie MeamiT Klnau l looked for tomorrow nltiTiiooii from 1 1 Ho. The strnmi-m Kniml from MnKnncll and KrnuliD'i (loin Kiip.ii are tine tomorrow lniiriiliij;. Tlie irelilcnt anil mllltarj Malf llti'il tlie trainer llriiulii;toii Mil in Iiitf ami wire rm-ted ultli tlie iimi.i1 ulutis. The mi inner .iiiini-t VtiKoc took 1(H) tout of coal to Kttu tlil i'cnlnj:. TliPKti-aiiHT Innlnnl lilt on tlie WatalealeV llamal.iu ronle thin niuimicm. The liiikcnlinp W II Dimond tails for han TrancUeo at 111 u lock nnnornii morning. Notice llen that the Cape Flattery fiK i-lcnal will blow at regular lull I rain from the II of Novi'iiilici. TomonoH Flljli tide liiifeli IS n in, lilirli tldoMiull 7.:i'l p m, 1i tide l.iitc ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 December 1895

"T-WJ mpw&hftcp&HcB TWTJ T"i7,' K ulletin vcnin ! J vl t tl ! ? A VOL. l. NO. 171. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day oxcopt Sunday at COO King Strcot, Honolulu, II. I. SUIISCltll'TION HATES. Por Month, nnywhero in the IIo- waiian Islands 5 75 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canadn, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 1'nyuliln Invnrlulily In Ailvmieo. Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. PURE BLOOD Is the source of good health. er's Sarsapasiiia Makos Pure Blood, Strengthens iho Hervos, Sharpens tho Appetite, H Removes that Tirod Feeling, R and Makes Lifo Worth Livina. Sufferers from indiges tion, general debility, skin diseases, or I any other ail ment arising from impure blood, should LVVWJ.pjsafcVJ v-t-'v "-, V A,.-rfvj Ai ' lii1 tako AVER'S V Cold F.Udih al the World' Great Expositions. f7rIcvaroof elieap Imitations. Tho iiuiiiu Acra Sarsuparllla Is promi ni'iit on tin; wrapper, and i blown in tho gluts o...

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

vr $r$l$wmm, - !r 1JW 1 EVENING BULLETIN. DECEMBER 0, 1895. mm !!! nirrpi r nr vtw mi i AN AI,Li:JOItI(?AI, IMI'TIIIIi:. in lliiul .tli'llioil i itiipcroi- WIUIiiiii to nir1on(i lll, Vlei. Tho present mndo to the Czar by tho German Emporor of nn Mlogorical picturo paintod by himself, representing tho civilizod Statos of Europo oppressed by tho yollow rnco, haB (says tho London Times' Vienna correspon dent) attracted a good dual of at tention here, nnd is ganernlly re garded ns nn iucidont of no ordi nary significance; "Tho Die Presse asks whether it was an indirect moans of sug gesting a courso of common action on tho part of tho European Pow ers ngainst tho aemi barbarous ChinofO Empire, to which Russiu was also invited in this oxcoption al .-nunncr, which did not bind eithor Gt-riuuny oi hor rulor. It goes on to cay th:'t tho motives of Otrimuiy in j""'" H issin and Franco in npjiositimi to Jupnn is not made any cloaiorby the Em peror's gift to tho Czar. Arguing from tho isolntrd ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 December 1895

Wflf -J!" Jffc- r r ""vmrvmr- rf i9 m I . 'prT V H " 1 f Fortunes In a Slnglo Morning. A writor in London Sketch says: "If Alnddin wore to oorao among us now, wo sboukl not tbink much of him and bia won dorful lamp. Ho ruined a palaco in a single night. Well, fortunes aro made in South African shares in a singlo morning, and without tho aid of n 'djinn.' Mr. Barnato tots up a million or so before lunoh. Two Irish patriots, who started in West Australian specu lation a fow month ago with six hundred pounds, aro now worth six hundred thousand. A woll known black - and - white artist, who wont out to Australia merely to draw pictures, dabbled in 'calls' and 'options' on tho steamer, and found himsolf tho possessor of ton thousand pounds. Who would mako pictures if he could bo sure of suoh a stroke of finance? I ex pect Fleet-street to rise liko ouo man, and say, 'No moro para graphs! no more "Small Talk!" Wo aro ofF to tho Antipodes to mako millions!' Wlion I think that, instond ol tur...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 December 1895

wii- ?" '4W!??l?flFAv,' "?? m m ' p- r y ,r i , EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER G, 18H5. Vi I LM MllWL'll ILUI 1HILLIIUI"IIWHMI I I W I Willi HiWn 'iMlHinrfTlli III HIM I 111 HIM !!! I W M lillilMW umiil'i iiwwwwwn'JMiwjiirw drw. inwiw. .oi4 &- If I 51 Euet?ip Bullet, DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. FRIDAY DEO. 0, 1895. JAPAN'S POPULATION. According to tho census of Japan tnkon on Docombor 21. 18(J4, tho total population of tho Empire on thnt day wdb -11.810,-202, of whom 21,121,398 woro malos and 20,688,801 females, thoir houses numbering 7,883,309. Classified according to thoir social rank, 3,881 wore noblos(&irasoA.'i()i of whom G07 were heads of house holds; 2,039,475 shizokn, of whom 132,159 woro heads of households; 3!).7G6,8i3i'?)un,of whom 7.918.-17-1 werehouds of households; 4,401 foundlings and 1,217 unregistered prisoners. Tho throo ranks men tioned have been obliterated for practical put poses by tho advont of constitutional government. Above that of tho nobles of courso is the...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 December 1895

7 r f 9 'fJJPM ' i v 7' M 'J t ! LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tlio Kculia mill starts) grinding. Monday. Lots of now things at Kiug Bros, Ilotol street. E. Suhr and wifo returned from Japan by the City of Poking. Bishop E. It. Hondrix is a through passenger on the City of j Peking. I G. P. Wilder and wife returned f this morning from their tour of the Orient. Tho Young Hawniians' Insti tute elected five now mombors at its mooting last night. A weekly course of lectures is to bo given by life Y. M. 0. A. during the oarly part of next yonr. Passengers from Waimoa to dny by tho Kauai wore Mr. Oxloy, Miss Titcomb, Cotlou and N. A. llago. Tho Y. M. 0. A. of this city will Hond a hundsomo Christmas gift to tho branch at tho loper Bottloment. Thirty-two natives woro arrest ed yesterday for Ashing in tho Nuuunu slroatn, but were after wards roloasod. Among tho Iwahni'spassongers for Hamakua woro Palmer Woods, , J. S. Low, Mr. McQuaid and Mrs. McGuire nnd daughters. "W. II. Bico Jr. came ovor from Han...

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

ipy$rm rWrfr?-nTr"T .i-' "fs fTjar" EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER G, 1895. I noKNrn Annx'iTV. Nlnuulitcr or FrUoner After ?tir ramlcr at Discretion. Lnst Saturday, says tho China Mail, wo gavo an interesting no count of itbo ruthl08B butchery of Manila (lesortors in British North Borneo. The affair 5b discredit able to all concerned in it, to the Spanish soldiors who participated in the maesacro, and to tiro Uyaks lent from the Horneo polioo foroo. Of course, tho Borneo authorities had no responsibility in the massacre Thoy moroly showod their willingness, in the interests of mutual safety, to assist tho j Bptnish authorities in tho arrest of tho deserters, who had provi- ously nnirdeied uioir onicors on one of the iSulu islands. Wo find tho following reference to tho mapsacro in a Homo pnpor: "A telfRr.itn from Manila Btatos that tho crow of tho Spanish cruiser Marques Duero, in an oncountor on the coast of Borneo, killed eighteen of tho robels who rocont ly killed a Spanish aptain of...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 December 1895

IB 'j W3 ifmTW WTZJQpWH. a rfcww , Wjjp.- J- TaPim -' -t-t-v ww ynp't, w?vyei$ifil&t rrWjfPffQr i-"- EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER G, 1895. 7 $ t -4. I Lord Itcmohory nml IIouno of Lord. A corrospondont looontly wrto to Loul Rosiboiy, ahkii g Mlie would support any propoaals of the proaont Qovorumont for tbo reform of the Houso of Lords, with a view to strongtboning that body, or whother ho was not rathor in favor of its abolition. Tho follow ing roply has boon roceivcd: J'Dalmeny Park, Octobor 5. Sir, I nm obliged by your letter, in fvhiuu you state that I havo ad vocated tho abolition Of tho Houso of Lords, and ask my opinion as to nnv nronosals that may bo inndo by tho present Govorntnent for its roform. In roply, 1 havo to inform yon that I havo nover odvocatod the abolition of tho Houao of Lords, but havo repoat odly stated thnt it is impossible without u revolution. With io ,guid to any moasuros of loform of that House which tho prrsont Gov t'rnmoiit may iutrnduco, I propose ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 December 1895

wpfr mpijf 'ii 'Wii rwrTt; if EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 6, 1895. I MAKES QUICK PASSAGE. Tlllt CI II Ol' I'lKINO HI. IS 1 .Mil. l OF n.-iir. Garden IleNole Alone the Whitm-Make Salle. A busy Jay on llic Mull wliurf. The project of a Jni nnesc line of ttenmers from Japan to Australia U tnklti,; tliapc. Mike California, tin- ( n.nn;o of the steamer Kauai, In ii'iiMlne; tin' pumr of tlie Mlkahala on thin uk'( trip Ha Mtaniir Kalmlui ritttrtis to tlil port from Sjilni ami imi to take a loaj of vtignr to Snn" l'rnnclio The ntumiir .Iaini Makie, wlilili ilrlawd ailing jittirilnj, lilt thl iittrrnooii iir Kit paa The Inrkenllne W H Dlmotnl illcil for the rihtiir) at noon tmlii with .MJ ton tiftugir ialiit.il ill i ?. Tin ti mm K iiulii ii hro luht JT4" bait ol llaiiimiulu ni;iir tlil ninrniiip, Wildi will he uiiloailul Inlo the nhooner Aloha. The V S HiUlmiin. lift Yokohama on o lotli fin s-in i-uii ilio tin Honolulu Mil will iirrlu H tlim 1 nt on llic l.'lh lint, anil itup oik link louliu...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 December 1895

r- - . WV??J!; ulletiii )- einii ipuKf1.1 tsm , ' V 9 t I i VOL. 1. NO. 172. THE EVENIiNG BULLETIN. Published every day except Snndny at COO King Street, Honolulu, H. I. sunscmi'Tiox uati:s. Per Month, nnywhoro In the Ha waiian Islands $ 76 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, olhcr Foreign Countnos 13 00 l'uyublo Invnrliililv In Advance. Tolcphono 2oG. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. GENERAL DEBILITY and Indigestion Mario Iter Llfo Mlncrulilo, but Stio Is Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilla Itrad tlio toMlnionj of Mm. L'. fJ. Monro, Cobnrjc, Victoria, wboso por trait li ulo pUcnl "Sonio few years ago I suffered ('nildy with indigestion and gen end dt'liility. I could not sleep, mill wy contlltloii was Buck as to make my llfo miserable. Xono of the many remedies I tried did inc any Rood, and I despaired of over Kitting ))utter. Ono of my friends liild mo of tho blood-purifying and siri'iith-diviiiK properties tf A.U'r's K.irsupurill...

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

PTPtyW'T " '' pfr'St SK?? J ' "pWWT mgrrp. - jc-Tg-, ap .mifBj". .n- j y$ w ""TT'jp; WfflT, 9fF EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 7, 1805 wmtHnnnwrwiiTin f iinnnrm Tiininoi imiiuin rirmi Tr 'ivnmTOmr w- MimiwtiiaowW l' tnwMMWtwwwwww xMnwyan A fe imh.ici; :M)iiT ni:s. I'lni'il 1'illy Iill,-r lor AHkiiultlii-r n Cliltiviu Itp. Thoro wua a long array of do fendnnis in attondauco on Judge Porry yestorday, but thoro wis not the same anxiety to got to tho front as thoro was last night at tho box ollicu of tho circus, and soino of thorn ovon nooded a littlo coaxing from the clerk and bailiff to upproiioli within fining distunco of His Honor. Namnnu wns niudo happy by linving tho charge of assault and battory against him dismissed, wbilo His Honor promptly con fiscated half of tho $6 dopoBitod by Kekekolio as socurity for his attendance at Court this morning on tho chargo of being drunk in public pluce. Chong Youug who by way of varioty occasionally culls himsolf Ah Wo, will know hotter than to of...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 December 1895

jwjv "'- ' v-WTY"J ilf - r- A EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 7, 1895. EDO til DISASTER A I'ACT. &ryj; . (' 4 Letter from mi otllccr on Hoard Con flrnm the report. A Yokohama paper prints tho following lottor from O.E. Lloyd Thomas, an oflioor of H. B. M. S. Edgar, whioh confirms tho brief tologrtphic roports of a frightful ncoulont to a largo boatload of officers and men. The lettor is dated H. M. S.Edgar, Ohomulpo, Nov. 15th. b A fearful accidont happened tho day before yosterday. My com pany nnd fivo oflicorB (that in cludes Mr. Bruon, Rymor, niyeolf, Hobson und Mnownrth) were landod on nn island for compauy drill. Alter finishing drill ivu marchod back t(i tho boat and ombarkod for tho ship; seas be gan to como in over tho bows and sho was filling, bo wo turned round and mado for tho shoro. "When about GOO yards oft' tho shore sho filled and Bank. Noarly ovory body jumped overboard at onco, but I couldn't, as I wus iu tho bottom of tho bout trying to bull out. When sho sank 1 swa...

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

3 w'niirmMnimiik' n f " 7 ' " V5"T)f . k' ' , , LIVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 7 JH. wwww.tt'WrtwwwrnwTJvsmTOiiririMMiiitiiTn wtWmt r ; : . BMaMfsawMr imi tm-. ,. -j . . . r -n,.. i i w nHBt" ne'nn ' x?7 r. . . Pf ." 51? Euepii? Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. SATURDAY DEO. 7, 1895. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. Receipts of tho Hawaiian Trons nry for Novonibor wero ?238,t)45. 80. against $290,994.05 for the corresponding mouth in 1894. Thcro woro Govornniont bonds 3old to tho tuno of $18000 as com pared with $500 in Novombcr lust year. Thore wus nn increaso of about $10,000 in customs duties nnd nearly $5500 in finos, oto. Govornniont roalizntions were greater thuti Inst year by $33,500 in round numbeis, taxes by $2-100 and odd, and tducational rovenue by uourly $"0C0. Expenditures woio H)i .400.13, ng.iinst $159,. 32127 tho piorions November, l'uymout of niitioual dobt took $23,000. In oxpondituros the custom house and post oflice are liiuilied. Expouesof snppiessiug tho reholliou figure at more t...

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