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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 December 1895

-mim'xr rt . ' ' EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 7. 1895. ntHittUsuUit44MA19l tmaav3fgmeTm&'Mm&&jV3aarvr wmwm 1 mmj&wmmr .w f.r - 1! LOCAL AND GENERAL. W. II. Cornwoll came over on tho Kinau. Band ooncort at Emtmi square this aftornoon. Tho Union Mill at Koh.ilu lus commonood grinding. Work on tlio now sugar mill ot Haknlnu is progressing rapidly. F. L. Stolz is oxperting the books of tho Board of Education. A hoisting apparatus is boing orooted at Pupuikou landing, Hawaii. Surveyor E. D. Baldwin of Hilo and Olan oamo up on tho Kinau yesterdoy. J. F. Morgan left on tho Hall yesterday for a visit to his cofleo plantation. Ex-SonatorJNot!oy was danger ously ill at Hnmaktm whon tho Kinau left Hilo. Tho uonrpst cuess will oarry off that haudsomo piano lamp nt tho storo of N. S. SachH. 20,000 foot of tho very latest styleB of picturo mouldings at King Bros, Hotel St. James Benuott, American, and G. V. Koawoamahi, Hawaiian, liavo tnkeu tho oath. Much popular intorcst attaches t...

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

I Hill IWIMJ r . "WTS5 EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 7, 1895. o h - E All ActrcimV Uooil Fortune. Mademoiselle Yvotto Ouilbort, tlio f.nnous piim.i douiui of tho music-halls, Iiiih (the Daily Nows tolls us) boen intorviowod on tho subject of tho rumor of her in tended mnrriuRO with a stook Exchango notability. Sho had had, bIio said, quito a nunabor of tolegnms and lettora from enter prising journalists nskiug as to tho truth of the story, but she was dotorminod to rovoal nothing. Mdle. Guilbort added: -"I have often been told that I belong to tho public, but it roally Booms (hat in this c.iss curiosity has boen cairiid nither too far. Mmv ovor, 1 do not know myself whothoi I shall get married, and if 1 did 1 should uot bo obliged to tell pplo It is true tint for two years pst I havo bion on very good terms with Air. . who is not an old man, but a young man of fivo-and-thirty. Thanks to his advice, lhivu gain ed C(iO0O in goldmine speculation, but 1 have 10,000 of my own which I havo e...

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

fpr.'P" "i wMTfi' V irrywyrryr r " "Wrr' -t w I I ) wamnwwywmwfci A Coiitllllonnl Iteunnl, "Woniim My husbind has dis appoaroil unci may ha doul. I wnnt to pffor a reward for his body. Ohio! of Polico Yoa, madam. A dosoription will be noodod, and this, with tho roward, will no doubt provo effective. Ho may bo alivo, you know, iu which cuso wo may boon bo nblo to roturn him to you. Woman I shan't pay a cont of roward unless ho is returned dend; just romombor tlmt. New York Woekly. How to lloll an Umbrella. Tho ribs should bo laid flatly against tho stick and the points hold firmly in placo, curving tho thumb and foreliugaruf tho right hand about thorn, whilo tho loft bond dons tho rolling, revolving the umbrella in so doing; tho right thumb should bo looso enough to pormit tho revolutions, while still holding down tho points. Godey's Magazine. m A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Doutal office Cottago No. 100, Alakoa stroet, telephono No. 615. Oflico hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.M. Bicyclers aro likely to ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 December 1895

ffBBJBBS5fi2i?jLbvlJLffJII"-'"HBIMBBf arajaa -, Bi aB.1 - - - whiihii i i in wnm uwmmmmwmammm BE. ' 111! i-l m i w ft s & m SUNDRY SHIPPING ITEMS. MB' Hk TI1K KI.AII IN M.STMIDAY AI'- She Idokallt In From niolokal" Arrival ai4 Bprture of Tm- niKr"Note Alone llie Ubxrli. Dirty weather otr KlUuct tills neck. Tliu etenmer Walniitiulo from Konlau nr ried last ctciiln;.'. Tim tclinoncr Kswiilliuil arrived In Int night with a rlca cargo. Workmen nre nrcupiltiK the nmnk.i Me of Allen tii'i t Imlhlln? n urw sitter culvert The simmer Knn.il rum to Klrelc, llona icpeancl Muknwell next Monday nlU-riiiion. The DtltUli steamer Khnsina will arrive here on the lit li lust un her way tu Portland from Yokohnm.i To innrrnn ltlcli H'le large :"1 a in: Mill tide mill HI: IU y in; low tide large 'Mt p in: low tide mull I.:sT j tu. "Kmily Is the cache, the dope h glint," will lie ih'e sonc of the Kleu crew when they rettiNi.nccordlnj: to naterfront proplicla. Til" Mcitmr Walali-iili- lirniii;lil In l...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 December 1895

Tv SP venm Bulletin 1 "l7WW't;'-V. SPTp?" 7&JT' V- $".?;&; 3tt' ' XrW "" 71 TT - Jm .MB? a Sm PRICE 5 CENTO, ?M J. ,V-J in , ' .' 'I vol. 1. no: 173. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovcry dtiy except Sunday nt CO'J King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUJSCHIlTIOX 11ATKS. Per Month, nnywhoro In the Ila- wailnn Islands 8 "5 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canndn, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 1'nynlilo InvnrliiMv In Ailvnncu. Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. FOR BEAUTIFUL HA 1 Ayer's Hair Vigor RESTORES COLOR, PROMOTES Luxuriant Growth, "51, ijimVS?1 MM m Keeps tlio scalp tool, moist, healthy, H iintl free from dim- fi0Zilrut. It Is tlio l I.-,C wtiyiip th wori11, ,,,id if fk -"r l'crli'ctly harmless. fy M-tt'nwuo desiring to m-' giggi retain tlio youthful W --'' - "I'l'wininco of tlio W'.'K ''' .f-iF lli,ir lo .;i (sr.ctt. ffiA or iifo T J MjuLMTAI all nil 1.1 joo? Pfcr" vuol uitrasinir in ' - -: .. ..v.... u.su i...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 December 1895

''WNW"V'flv'hm!'"'t V K FT-SfT "3W y jr a TffTrjr"" " ''V''"'rw'rt t. EVENING BULLETIN, DEOEMDEK 9, 189J3 KVkMMWMUmKmj wMitaUMtacv !? iimniwWJrtMWw; 1 ! ", r 'f n' I :i,oitv cif mi: ji:v. lirnml Yliultcnllon ul III Itiice lijr n Jewish Stnloiiiiin. When wo rognrd tho position ihat members of tho Jewish raoo L&vo como to hold in tho lifo ot the civilizod world and yot noto Iho savngo nnti-eomitic spirit that prevails in Europe, tho following magniGcent passage in a upooch delivered by Sir Julian Salomons the well-known lawyer) in tho Logislativo UouiicU oi JNow south iVnle becotnos deeply interest ing, says tho Japan Advortiser: "I nm a Jow, 1 was born it. I belong to that race from whiob Ihe revorod founder of tho Chris tian religion sprang. And wero it that all pooplo wero as froe from serious crimo as tho Hebrew poo jile you might close up many of your prisons. Many of tho crimes that startlo ono into foar and trembling are not crimos of the Jews.Thoir faults of which I am not...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 December 1895

W&F f "V 'v ( r?7q!rrp' 1 i fi,'((vw ; "HS l&P s-r!rdK 7T?SPfWf w-y trw ? 4 EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 9, 1895. A R Baturdar gnqtieat. Tho coroners jury sutnmonod by Deputy'Marehul Ilitoboock to iqciuiru into tho causa of death of Honry Kaiix on Saturday morning returned u vordict of BUioido. The testimony showod that tho do- ceased had not been at his work in tho postoffico since Inst Monday and other facts wero brought out .showinc that in nddition tofnmllv troubles ho was financially om- bitrrassou. Tho U'nll, XlehlCo. Thoso bonutifnlly-tonod instru ments, tho Rogina music boxes, handled by the Wall, Niohols Compnny, Iiavo mot with a very warm reception in this city. Two of tho bighost priced onc3 wore sold Saturday. Tho firm oxpocts a big consignment of other goods (n tho Australia today, special foatures boing new designs in crepo tissue paper, .a lot of now books, nnd tho largest display of lenthor goods over brought hero. Tho lntter have boon specially Boleotod from 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. — 9 December 1895

IHEMBKBSi!rT1flE5IPBWWS!WWBt?Ti2L vm' a1 iwm -jrtyyp" .-- w -ppiipi "iSBBtiJIBBll1 , fvisMwy v . vJS- T ' . EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 0, 1895. LV7HHflhBW!Mit4MMriroalitaMif4M Wwiist A d f 5t C ' be " : I if v vk' i It BY AUTHORITY. Dki'autmf.nt or Finance, i Honoli i.v, Dee. , ISM. Under Articled, Section 1 oftlie Consti tution, It It required that each member of the Unbind hall make au annual report of the transactions within lilt Department, during tlio year ending December Slat. Tbc Minister of Finance takes this occasion to request all those having claims against the UoTcrnmentof a nonetary nature, to present them to this ofllce, through the proper De partments, not later than 13 o'clock noon on TUESDAY, January I4th. 1890, after which dato the books of this Department will be closed. All persons having moneys on account of tho Government aro requested to mnke their returns promptly, in order that tlicro may be no delay in closing tho accounts for the year ouding December 31st,...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 December 1895

T '"1W; -JW W 1 ?f'lBT-lrif"''iVa;ySJ EVENING BULLETIN, DE0EMI3EU 0, 1805. TCyttf Jf1TH"M11 OOWPtACtVa MUW V Wmi- -rtHIT! yWWMlHrtJWWlt'ffWr-1lii-WU1WWUWtitW ) I LOCAL AND GENERAL. E. W. Peterson 1ms n daughter, "born yostorday. Band concert at Emma sqnaro tonight at 7:30. Extraordinary ofTorB at Luce's auction ealo tonight. Judgo Bickorton is again se riously ill with pnoutnonia. Harmony Lodgo, I. O. 0. F., will have nil initiation tonight. King Bros, recoivod sovon tons of Art goods by tho lust stoaraor. Miss Kolloy is now stenographer arid typewriter for tho Foreign Office A nativo boy was arrosted this morning for disobedienco to his parents. Tho Anglican Church Chroniclo for Doceinber has inado its ap poarunco. At Saturday's ball gatno tho Hearts dofoatcd tho Mnilcs by a acoro of 18 to 14. H. Halstrnd and Antono Itosa wero among tho Olaudino's pas sengers yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Bishop and Mrs. H. Isouborg camo ovor from Kuuai on tho Mikahala. Two papers wcro susponded a...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 December 1895

iRwpWWWWBa? 71- '"--"pvjMfty 'TTf EVENING BULLETIN. DECEMBER 0, 4 IV U 6 II nml Concert nt i:tniiinNqinro. Tho Hawaiian 13.uul will give a public conceit at Emma Squaro this ovoning at 7:30. Following is tbo progruin: I'AHT I. I. Overture "Story City" Fcrracc ! Mazurka -"Lullu lluuKli" Killing 3. (lavotte "The First Kl" ScUubert 4. llallad "I.oic's Old Sweet Sonc" Mlloy l'AHT II. 5. Mcdler-"Musical ltcUe" KUltre (1. Waltz "From tbu Town of 80111:" Falirbach 7. 1'ulkj "l'lmvlln" Levey 8. (lalop- "lllirly llurlj" Faut "Hnwail I'onot." llllle A'lntliiii OtllrlnU. TI10 tliiwiiiiui Billu Association elected tbo f blowing oflicors at its nnnu.'il mooting on Satniday evening last: W. U. Wall, presi dent; P. S Dotlgo, vice-presidont; J,,L. McLean, secretary and treas urer. The bonid of directors in clude the ubow ofiicers, P. Hun laco, D. W. Corbett, 12. 0. Whito, Kil Towso, F. B. Damon, C. H. Athcrton and J. 11. Fisher. The rognlnr semi-annual shoot of tho organization will behold on Janua...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 December 1895

, .v4, -v, v - Tf. 1 IT" W EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 9, 1805 -- W?BJVTrT3 7 m m,mmmlnvmnrA.i9qimi im'ninm3UiximA.,v0M.m.4vmfmmi,tm i wnii i HH.TTrym:" jwiivy warr"' Tryw wyw'jvr Pf owm mwumi M n ,L mi . .m in imujinwintniMM 4 wH a if f WMM.'iipmwwrm.J.'jimmui'iMm w. Cliltlcno 111 a Illlciiiliin Whon tho Jnpnnt'so linil got possession of Linotnt g, wo iv ronrked that tho arrangements thoy woro ranking woro just tho satno as thoy would bn if thoy intended to koop permanont pos session of tho territory thoy ulti mntoly sovoral month aftorwards had cedod to them by Li Hung Chung, in tho Tronty of Poace, Tho probable perrannonoy of, tho Japanoso occupation sooms to havo taken possession of tho minds of tho local residont Obi nose, who proceeded to bocomn naturalizod Japanese subjects. Tho rotrocossion of tho Peninsula to its formor possessors lias brought into boing an awkward situation, tho OhinoHO Govorn mont refusing to regard theso porsons as prisoners of war. In order tlint thoy ma...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 December 1895

j-:-' H Vt W i fT , EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 9, 1895. rife :& NEWS ALONG THE FRONT. srrA.tu.it m:iiija takkh tiii: iisAiit.ro .iiokomi's ttoiiTr. IIoa from tli tun4ar VUat-Uavrall to HainkuaTuc Kleu HnturiK 'Longnliore K'tm, The brig I.urllnc lift Hllo at tlie itmc time as the Klniiu Inst week. The Mi.; EU'U rctinmil rinptj-linniliil from her rcecnt crul'c nl 4 (i dock till morning The steamer Ksnla leaves on Wedneily morning lor Walalna niul n) port. Tlie fteamcr llnwnll with nbotit ii"0 ton of L'i'ii"tnl inert liitmlle lift lor llnmuKua nt uooti ll)Jl. The- Uiiniir I.ilnn tool, the route of the illmitilcil Mokolll, for Moluk.il nml I.utiul thW Hfternnon. 'I lie Mcimer Clnmllue with Maul produce nml live Modi, nml n lure lint of p.irscnt;i.r, cninc In u i ril i iiuniiln,'. The steamer Mlknlnl.i brought i"t "neks of mii; ir, 'lid lmi; of paddy nnd II enliln nml itjdcek pisscngcrs from thu Clardcti Ile )e terdjj. Iliputj Collet tor MiStorker Is dumb n n n iliintilc-riutitl, sli...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 December 1895

'Wm ;u - ." 11 I I if3 i J J If f m ft R H s K m H B iL H B I I U I' t I I" A $ VOL. l. NO. 174. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Snndny nt COll KlnR Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUHSCIHl'TION 11ATKS. Per Month, anywhere in the Ha waiian WandB 3 75 Per Ycor. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, olhor Foreign Countrlos 13 00 1'iiynlilo Iiivnrlnblv In Ailvnncu. Telephone 250. I O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Irritating and Disfiguring ERUPTIONS On the Face, Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilla Remarkable Exporlenco of Hits Dorothy Mahcr, Fitzroy, Victoria, who3t portrait we are privileged to givo below: "I take pleasure in testifying to the (treat benefit I derived from iter's Sar.s.iparllla. I Buffered i'loin eruptions on my fncoof .1 very init.iting and vexatious nature. 1'or u considerable time I experi mented, with various so-called blood medicines, but without any allevia tion of my trouble. At last, your famous Sar.xaparillu bein...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 December 1895

r" fmTrinV' "'qt'"' wt' 'SPSpSPI'IPfP ' , 'W EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 10, 1895 i AS lO Tllllin TKHItlS. lUlrMiiru IlnlrlM I'M""0" Tliclr VlfltTH on tlio Qucullon. Among tho Pacific Coast Con pressmen who responded to tho Washington's Post's request for cnprcBiiona of their viowb on tho question of a third Prosidentiul term nnd tho advisability of Uon jress udopting Springer's nnti-aird-torm resolution, which wai pissed by Congress in 1875, tiro Sohnson and Bowers of Califor nia, Hormanu and Ellis of Oregon iad Doolittlo of Washington. jTte letters of Johnson, Bowors, Hermann and Doolittlo aro pub Kshid as follows: Saciiamexto, Cat.. I would vote for a resolution if onu wero introduced, although I think it is act the businos3 of the House to pass such resolutions. Springer's molution was nieio buncotnb, "nlonded to hurt Giunt, and suni Car lesolutions would bo inero Twincoinb, intended to huitOlovo 3nd, promoted in both caecs by partisan rancor. I fool certain ftfeat wo will never ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 December 1895

, p iBi; TITB! "lPPWP" VEW - nymyji "qTvyig EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 10, 1895. tmivtimn TOO MUCH IIIU HEAD. Fcollnc In Jnpnii Hint Mm Moves tUo World. Whatever quality b lacking in iYoungJnpan, it cortalnly is not that of solf-onncoit. According to an articlo from tho Jxokumin Shimbun, which we trauslutod in our ba turd ay a isbuo, the timo Vlhon Japan had any thing to J learn from Europo and America i past, and it in not for J apnn to teach thom. Nothing can morn fully show what o thin vonoor of civilization has enveloped Jnpnn, than tho insertion of such u phrase in what is supposod to bo ono of tho serious journals of tho capital, nnd how little the Japun eao roally know, may bo judged of from tho uttoranco of such senti ments. Japan is to bo no longer dopondont on othor countries for goods, she is to supply them, unci we nro told Unit countries now stand in drond of Japnn. St. Petersburg is in alarm bo cauao Japan is having some mon-of-war built, and tho Woloh coal merchants p...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 December 1895

aRSST"-- EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 10, 1895.' Jilt if m j- i i- BY ATJTH0E1TI. Dr.rAHTMUNT OF VlNANCH, I HoNOLixr, Dec I), 1SU5. t Under Article 33. Section 1 of the Consti tution, It Is required that each member of the Cabinet eball make an annual report of tlio transactions within his Department, during tlio year ending December ."Hit. The Minister of Finance taken this occasion to request all those bavin),' claims against the (lovcrnmentot a monetary nature, to present them to this office, through the proper De partments, not later than 12 o'clock noon on TUESDAY, January I4th. I8U0, after which date the books of this Department will be closed. All persons having moneys on account of tlio GoTcrnmont aro requested to make their returns promptly, in order Hint thoro may be no delay iu closing the accounts for tlio year ending Dccomlier Mt.t, 1893. S. M. DAMON, 173-12t Minister of Finance. 51 Euepirj Bulletir), DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. TUESDAY - - - DEC. 10, 18U3. OBSERVATIONS. It's f...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 December 1895

3W flWT: K'T M EVENING BULLETIN, DEOEMBEIt 10. 1895. xtrtKMntmt wmiwiw MiwM'naiWMniiitiwm knw 1 t 5- K i V i ft -' y s LOCAL AND GENERAL. Bjttnliori drill this evening. Sugar was quoted at 3 38 nt lust advices. Tho Australia brought aixty oightbags of mail matter. Tbo Choral Socioty moots at Y. M. 0. A. ball this oveuing. Tho S. S. China is duo boro on ronto to San Francisco on the lGth. J. B. Atborton, Mrs. and Miss Athorton returned by last night's stoamer. Puro candy for holiday uso at tbo Palnco Candy Storo on Hotel atroot. Tho Dutch warship Borneo has nrrived nt Thursday Island, South Paoific. Tho Young Hawuiinns Insti tutu will hold a special mooting this ovoniug. Tho Knwniahno Sominary girls visitod tho Art Lcnguo exhibition yestoidny nftornoon. Anothor big consignment of Souttlo Beor on tup nt that popu lar resort, tho Criterion. Consul Wilder and J.H. Fisher have boon making a trip through Oregon nnd Washington. Paul Isonborg. Sr., H. Benjes nnd Mrs. II. H. Bouton woro amon...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 December 1895

fMBpfpypl'l','lW ' "" Si 6 iirr EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 10, 1895. Mr " I 9: . SUC.All IS DEMAND. Inrt l New Ycnr- llnwtillnii Crop Already rurclmaetl. According to a Philadelphia disoutch of Docember 1st sugar will ho n Eoarco nrtiolo in tho i United Shtcs next year. In an ticipation of tho scuroity of sugar in Cuba, owing to tho uprisings of tho Cubans against Spain, tho Philadelphia and Now York mer chants liuvo already takon time by the forolock in their ofForts to their efforts to secure themselves ngainst nny delay in filling thoir orders, iiud h.ivo purchased from Honolulu planters upward of $30. 000 tons of sugar, to bo dulivorod here and in New York in tho ear1)' Hpril.g. . On November 30th the cliartorB j .. t.t nf nirrlir A muricsan clinnor shitw to cirrv to Phila uioiiiiui .... delphia ami Now York from Ho nolulu the eargoes. Tho ships al readv tiikon for the business are tho 'Iroquois, Hoanoke, Henry Vtllard. Hooper, Occidental, AV. F. Babcock, Indiana and Dirigo, and...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 December 1895

'' iffl"" $ 57 1 y fJTCj? EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 10, 1895. k Tobacco Culture A telegram from Washington says: Spoucor Bates, ox- Consul nt Sugnporo, is making nn effort to introduco tbo cultivation of Sumntra tobnoco in tho United Btatos in riow of tho prico it com mands and its Biiporioritr for wrappers. In a report to tbo State Department ho snva that this to bacco is euitablo for growing in M Jjower California unu on the south ern const of tho United States. Cousoqucntly bo had addrossed himsolf to tho task of procuring sood, and finding it impossiblo to obtain this through official chan nels, owing to tho roluotunco of tbo Dutch planters, ho has pro cured a supply from private sources and will forward it to tho Agricultural Department. HiB report givos a comploto descrip tion of tho method of culture. Commibsionor Muraden has long boen trying to promoto tho grow ing of tobacco for wrappors in Hawaii. Yales' La Freckla Is llmo. Yale's Infnlliblo euro pf rrooklcs, Tnn nnil Suu...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 December 1895

"n ,T W EVENING BULLETIN. DECEMBER 10, 1895. TW(jf . 'W! LINER AUSTRALIA ARRIVES. sri:ATifciiH makli: and iwaiasi viion ihi.anii roRw, Tee4ir'e Outward PUat-Stwi from Forrle" Oherealtema Alongshore --Tin Eleu Out Chaeliie. Busy day alonjtliorc. The stumer Knali leave for Wnlonie, Mnkiilcia anil Walalim tomorrow uumilng '1 lie itcamslilu Clilnn la due at IliU port on the lOt It Inst. The steamer lttiihnl arrheJ from Humn kui tlil tnmtilnj; I he (learner limits MnMe l li a minll lot of rtc troiii K.i Mil mine In I -t iiltflit. A line photngrapli uf the llmr Hi Ijjlc nliore mar YuknliMna hroiilit baik from Japan li (i 1' Wilder, anil nilorn the olllie of the Wllilir Stinmslilp Company The tui; Klcu lift on a ptiluillial opium iIiim- Lift itinliiK, an I Captain Kite pit 14 the Mall w lnrt limp, lorn Mt cr ( npl.iln laek llllbit li In ihar(,e tliH trulse "1 liu ncliooner lranlt Hume from thin poit itnhcl In nn rrniulxu No 111, tltu Mtnm uliip Mt I.cbinou at Astoria on Vot .1(1, Iho liark...

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