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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 December 1895

fjtfgfMqwrrwrv "' t y"swiyr ' sTW 0:f?v EVENING BULLETIN, DEOEMBEK 13. 1895. HiB LOCAL AND GENERAL. Lots of now things at King Bros, Hotol slroot. Lonky roofs bavo all boon dis covered by this time. Mark Twain is mooting with groat success in tho colonies. Tho Alamoda took 32G2 lettors and 1050 papors to tho Coast. Two nativo chefa gamblers wero nrrostod yesterday afternoon. J. A. Kennedy bus boon mado an honorary mombor of Com pany D. Honrj Ronjes has rosumod bis official dutios as consnl for Mo- xico and vico-consul for Spain. Tho "oldost inhabitant" with his story of how it usod to rainin early dayB has bobbed up again. Petor High expocts to spend Christmas with his mother at his old homo in Niagara Falls, Ca nada. Pursor McComb of tho Aus tralia ontertained a number of liis frionds on that good ship last night. Attornoy-Gonerul Smith took chargo of thovarioiiH departments under his offioiul supervision this morning. Tho Hawaiian bund will play at tho hotol tonight if it doos not...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 December 1895

RW ' f ' . . . m G EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 13, 1895. -J. RSapUdW 'WMW 'WWi&W" ' l'vl?PWMW ( i, At: if".. &' P- 4,i- at K 1 F '- K. fif tt An Iminltilo l'mnwnrd. "What is the inattor?" nuked ono of Mr. Vivvios' boon compan ions. "You haven't tnkon the pledgo, huve you?" "No; but I'm not looking on tho wino when it's rod in tho cup, just tho satno." "Reformed, have you ?" "Yep. You've hoard of a woman's marrying a man with the idea of getting him to stop drinking. It doesn't nlwuy work; but it did in my caso. My wife is a stupend ously clovor woman. "Made you promise, did she?" "Slio didn't havo to. Whou 1 started downtown tonight she said, '1'vo lost the latch key, doar, but it won't make any difl'uronco. You ring the bpl! and I'll let you in. 1 said, 'All right.' 'Only,' slio said, 'we'd hotter agreo on some pass .void, so that when you rini 1 etui Imik out of tho window and make snro it isn't a burglar.' 'Of course,' said I. 'What'll tho password b'? 'I havo it,' she uns...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 December 1895

" ' ' " '"fwwrrawwi,fw" PfWPa 7 '-I EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 13, 1895. I'M I ! I A NOri.l) AOIOll. On III W117 ' Mnr AM Ovtr ths World. Slado Murray , prob ibly tbo most famous comodian iti Australasia, passed through on tho Alameda on his way to the United States vrhuro ho will Rtnr for about a joar, going thonoe to Great Bri 4ain, from thoro to South Africa fnd baok to Australia. Mr. Murray is a Londonor and porformod in tlio leading thoatros of tho British Islos for many yours. Ho went to Australia six yoars Fgo and has bocomo a gon oral favorito in all tho big colon ial towns. Ho has attained pro minence as a voaalist, pantotni mist, dance and burlosquo artist and character skotch delineator. Ho was ontertaiucd hnro by Messrs. Wirtli unci Oamoron, of ''the circus, both old friends of his, and u few ploiiBuiit hours were paflBcd by tho trio in rolating es poriencos and recalling recollec tions. Mr. Murray opened fivo tho itrcs in Australia and during his career lias boon propri...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 December 1895

r-iini !! nil nil flMH PWW"-W ? ,n" - -, ,- ,f , , i EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 13, 1895. itnirfiih,'gjilftj-J H W S WILD SWAN ARRIVES coia.ii:us m ii.i.ii: it. iiumj ta?i o'shanttii in. AND Steamer J. A. Cummin From Wl- mannlo Foreign Shipping Kwi Keanhou Loading Rice. Tlic steamer I.tlnm Is acting astugwlille the Kluu Is cmUIng outMde. Tlio steamer J A Cummins crime In from Wnlmniialo tills morning. Tlie uteaincr Kcaulinu will tie In by tnnenr row morning with u cargo of rice from l'ltna 1 mi. Tomorrow High tide lnrg'- 'J.3T n in., liliili tide rmall -J.IH I) in; low tide large 7 3!) p in; low tide small 10.01 in. Tlic strainer llamlorllle wa w reil.ed on tlio Umpiiua iIut bar on NoM'tnbvr SM mid Cnptaln .1 .1 Wliiunt washed oerboard and drowned. Tlio customs oilier, lij orderof the Minister of finance, closed lt doors at one o'clock today, mil or respect to the inimoryof tin la'u llu il ;e Kli'l.i rlini. The American ship Tain O'Slinntrr Is at new Port street w Inn I with "Him io...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 December 1895

-WT' w-p P-TTjyw - - Evening Bulletin ;. . VOL. 1. NO. 178. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1895. PRICE 5 CENTO. IBHhSWkIsPI JflVNm , , V A ' ..A 1, J fa it I ) X i THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published overy day except Sunday nt 009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUHSCKtl'TlON KATES. For Month, anywhere In tho Ila- wniinn Islands 8 76 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Muxluo 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 rnyiililo Invnrlnblv In Ailvmiro. Telcphono 230. P. O. Uox 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. Unable to Work ! NO APPETITE ! COULD NOT SLEEP! Ayer's Sarsaparilla COMPLETELY OTOED HIM. Sir. T. .1. Clune, if WulkrrrlUe, Alio luliIc.Soulli Auttrjlln, wiittm '!r -'- -Ti '2 5KSSSSKKSS8K "Six years ago, I had an alt ark of Indigestion and Liver Complaint that lasted for weeks ; I was unable to do any hard work, had no appe. tlte, food distressed nie, and I Mif. fered much from headache. My skin was sallow and sleep did not refresh me. I tried seve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 December 1895

PW" ' Trr-nr f w -7 T EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER li 1895 IMttVKS Ol'l' "lO IIIK WA11S. o.ucen VlctotU's Solicitude lor Ttvo of Her noj-al ltelatlToi. London, Novombor 30. Queen "Victoria's solioitude for tho two Princes Prineo Henry of Batten berg, husband of hor youngOBt slaughter, Princess Bontrico, anil Prince Clinician Victor of Schleswig-Holstein, oldest son of hor mnjesty 8 second daughter, Princess Helen of Schleswig Jlolstein, who are to nccompany tho Ashuulce "picnic." ns the British expedition to Cootnnssio is gonorally termed horo, is rond ing them ridiculous. After the steamship Buthurst 3ailed for the Gold coast of Africa on Saturday hist from Liverpool, vvith Prince Christian on board, tKe steamship company receivod u ulegrum fioin Windsor Custle, iiskuig for tho latest news from the l'rutco A roply was t-ont as tol'.ox: "The pilot left all woll it Hillihead. Prince Christian Victor was in good spirits." Since it has boon decided that Prince Henry of Baltonborg, a moht...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 December 1895

,(jr$'-i. ' T? $i$WfWy v-yj - ': sw 'WI taxtr,umanunAjJUMmMirtramn,wvnmmi wtwrttriawi. nwnwmuj ciiuitcusnivici.s. AVlicro Honolulu I'ropln niny AVor Mliip 'tomorrow Ckntbai, Uniox riiDitcit, coruor Hereto nia nml KiclmnU strpeta. Douglas 1. Mr nio. minister. Serrlcci for Sunday, Dec embor 15tlit 0:55 . m., Hundnr school ami Biblo classes; 11 n. m., I'nljlic worship nml Bermon: "The rrcwer of nu endless lif."3:30 pin .Junior (Jhrutiau Endeavor meeting. 0:30 pm, Yl'SOE prayer meeting. 7:30 pm. special rtice the fall order; hymns nnd renpouftlvo readings, printed and distribut ed. Themo: "Ohrut the Light of 'the World." Aftsr-mecting in the parlor. Sun day schools, Japantso, in the Lycenm nt 10 nm; Portuguese, on Miller street at 2:30 p ru. Wednesday, at 7:30 p a, prayer meet ing, 8pm, annual mcetingot church and congregation for tho election of olTieers. A cordial welcouiu for all. St. Amjiiew'.i CATitcniiAii Tlilnl Sun day In Went. Cathedral services, (i:30 n. in., cclebrntlou of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 December 1895

" EVENING BULLETIN, DEOEMBER 14, 1895. t r & BI ATJTH0B1TL Regulations of the Board of Health. ItELATINd TO FlSlUNO AND THK SALB OF Fish in tub City o? Honolulu. Stt-no.s 1 Tho taking of scnlo fish or any product of the pen or water from any part, Inlet or branch of the Honolulu' harbor, or from any stream emptying into said harbor to and within one hundred feet beyond nny point affected by the tides towards tho land from said harbor and within n lino running from tho point nt Iwilei near tho Fork 1'ncking Company's slaughter houswto tho office of tho iiunrnn. tine station, tlumco to tho am buoy, nnd from tho can buoy to and along tho western wall of the coral enclosure for drodglugs nt Knkiiftko, isstiiclly prohibited. Sution 2 The sale of llsh and of all products of tho sen is prohibited in the city of Honolulu, excepting at the new juarktt building und such other pl.ices ns are speci.illy permitted where lish and the products of the mm may be exposed for hale liuder supervisi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 December 1895

TT "rr yr' " '.;'' 'a1 "JfHT".' " di'l'l'!T EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 14. 1895. r ' LOCAL AND GENERAL. Sara Nowloin and wife aro in tbo city. Qoncort at Kuumaknpili church tonight at 8. Tho Hall brought 421 bags of cofl'eo this trip. W. H. Cornwell is book again from a quiok trip to Maui. Band concort at Emma squaro as usual, if it doos not rain. Mrs. and Miss MoWayno camo up from Hawaii on yestorday's stcatnor. Nigel Jackson will inaugurate a ten-cont parcols dolivory on Mon day. James F. Morgan bns returned from a visit to his coilVo planta tion on Hawaii. Rev. Mr. Garvin w ill pronoh at botli sorvicos of tho Christian church tomoirow. "Watch tho window of the Tem ple of Fashion for ChristmiiB no volties on Monday. A. G. M. Bobortson will dofond Undorwood and Sheridan, charg ed with conspiracy. 20,000 foot of tho very latest styles of picturo mouldings at King Bros, Hotel St. It. F. Lango and J. II. Boyd woio among tho returning paBsen gorsby tho stoamur Hull. Thoro was a slight ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 December 1895

i &"TjpyW m y w ' ' ' m!",''"Mj " I, (T . EVENING BULLETIN, DKCEMI3BR 11, 1805. tirs. y.nrvnmufmmr' inawft- wsr'WjWw'W ' ' . '.' . . - , :," -..' ' rft. TT1 Jk " ; ! V 3iAiivr.i.ni- ruv ;itovni. .South Alrlcnn HUnl ofSoino Aiucrlrun Tow n . Thoru Imvo boon many remark ably rapid growths of oitios in tho United Stutos within tho past century, bntscnrolynny to oolipso that of Johannoaburg in South Africa. "W. J. Hood, on his way homo to England to enjoy a com petence won in Soutli Africa in a residence of sovoutoon years, wus interviewed lit Syduoy. Follow ing is part of the interview: Johiinnt'sburp, Mr. Hood do pcribid to a ropoilor on Situiday as one of tho wonders of tho v.orld. limkou-hill claimed a poj-ulation of over 20,000 people four yours from its birth. Johnn ntsbnig ivH bi'on on the ump fur tuo-thiids of :i dt'cudt), and now it bus 70 000" pooplo, palntial bui'dinn. a handsome and cnstiy Exchange, a newspaper oilioo, which will coat 10,000 to erect. I on a piece of fre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 December 1895

" jfvrTTWi EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 14, 1895. 7 i ii I t Noh lias just boen recoivrd thut Call StoiUoltn.imi, the lu nownod South AfriOHU explorer, was drowucd August 28th. Influenza is ngnin appearing in epidemic form in Borliu, notably in tho nortborn part of tho city, and among tho school children diphtheria and scarlet fover are ruging. Tho rnortility in Berlin has incroased 25 por cent. ' Prince Bismarck Jias ncceptod membership in the Gorman Asso ciation of Spoits, and latoly a dologation from tho Borlin Acade my of Arts, hoadod by Professor Endo, prosontod him with it splondid mounted addross, ap- E ninting him an honorary mom-er. Subscribe for tho Kvknino BUL LETIN . A Pure caudy for holiday uso at tho Pul.ico Candy Stoto on Hotel Btroot. HiMil Business Cards. Wm. G. Irwin & Co. (limited). Wm. O. Irwin, President nd Manager Clans Sprockets, - - - Vice-President Vf. M. Giflhrd, - Soerotnr'- Treasurer Thco. 0. Porter, - - - Auditor tzn:ii'&trr' s v!.ic4Si5j. v i .' 5...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 December 1895

?y ". f '7fl!fii" " TRwRWiiri j -? sflg.' - $y--t!-''W("tft0r - a ""v " 'f &f'?m'i . 'Atf- "l. ,, .. ,"" . j J- . :,ri9-yr'r Ii .' - l? dm mr EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER Id, 1895. mmMmmmwmsms m , y m''xmrE ft & I I Br STEAMER HALL ARRIVES mi: i:i,i:u mi i,i,iut, i:ithi knci: iiaii ii:atiii:r. A Ille C'oiilinmntor CofTe From lilt- wall-Keneral Shipping itemnAlong the Waterfront. The ntcainiT Kcmilioti brtuj;1it In a load of rice trom l'unaliiu nt noon today. Tin- arrival of the tug Kleii i reported In miotlii'r coltiinn Tlic steamer Kunla lth SOiO bag poddy enmu In from the Oalm circuit last cwnlnir. The n'camcr. Tames Makec brought In 1435 tiair of nirnr ami 4M) lwi; uf padil) li om Kn pan julerday. 1 lie liner China Iriiin VoKoliama may be In tmmirinit nlirlit. The departure of the Aus tralia and China limy take place at the Mitne time, Tin- lurk Aldcrsrrnxr. Captain W'm Ilobert nn, Wi ilm from I. hi ipiml, ahic Into port this nltriniiiin with n k neral enrpi, cmi:iii 1 In T...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 December 1895

-1 1fc nr :W i LiVirjn;;i.;f :, vcnin V ;V!..U ,-A jgH SL-JTI ill jOk'W'iJ " rSUIlCllIl few kjjj t K VOL. l. NO. 179. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published overy day except Sunday nt 009 King Street, Honolulu, II. 1. SUItSCIlIPTlON ItATKS. Per Month, nnywlioro In the Ha- wnllnn Islands 8 70 Per Yenr. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Yenr, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries m 00 I'liyulilo Invnrliitilr I" Advnnen. Tolephono 2o(i. 1. O. Dox 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. PURE BLOOD Is the source of good health. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Makes Puro Blood, Strengthens tho Nerves, Shaipens tho Appetite, Removes that Tired Fooling, and Makes Life Worth Living. Suf furors from indiges tion, general debility, skin diseases, or any other all nient arising from impure blood, should tako 3& LLA G: '.'j c: i!i3 World's Crest expositions. Itif" Hnwnro of ehvnp imitations. Tlio iiiniL Ayor's Siirtiiiiutrllla Is promt-in-lit mi tint wrapper, and is blown lu tho glas of each buttl...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 December 1895

?V wWT' ,1Uv,-"v W?w1 W,rJr- ""Wy " Tl ff1 w mm mm -if- EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 1G 1895 t noiii.r nix miNimr.i). One of Tlicm Tells Ilotv Ueautlfullr IheKotilinCnuuou Worked. In connection with a banquet given at tho anniversary of the battle of Balaclava, to the sur vivors of tho Light Brigades at Birtninghnm.Englund, in Octobor last, tho following Btory ib con tributed to tho Birmninghatn Mail. It mny be montioned that thero woro fifty-two survivors of tho "noble six hundred'' presont at the banquet : I had the privilogo last night of a conversation with Trnmpetor Brown, tho old Holdier who sound ed tho charge, and rodo in the front line of tho 17th Lancers ut Baliicluvn. Tbo wonderful story of this old warrior's life wns told in the Mail tho other day. But thrilling as that story is, it can only bo appreciated fully by those who have sc-on the old mun and had a talk with him. Ho is as unassuming and yet as en thusiastic us a little child ovor tho recollections of his soldior d...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 December 1895

7S5KSg?7PW. v-i vr r "1 Z '"Mf,,W -x "WET Hr' ' i -WM EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 1G, 1895. WFjs Unwitting Shoplifting. Thero was an oxoitint scono in a millinery Hhop in tho Arcatlo jrostorduy. A somowhat oxuoting customer enmo in to buy a hat, and was a wholo half hour over it. That waB not whoro tho ex citement enme in tho real busi ness was but a tedious interlude to what followod. "Whou the lady bad found something to bor taste alio looked round for the headgear with which she bad boon adornod when sho came into tho shop. It could not be found. Tho wholo shop was turned up Bido down in tho soaroh for tho missing hnt. Thoro was tin grout a commotion in that tnillinor'a shop over tho disappearance of "a bluok folt hnt with a whito foather onon0 8ido"uB there was in tho bishop's court at Hhoinis, when tho jackdaw stolo tho episcopal ring. Yot tho hat could not bo found. In tho midst of the com motion a socoud lady wns seen to como hurriedly into tho shop with bor umbrolla hold liko...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 December 1895

BESSH fji-'r- '""i ' " "WwrTiw-, tfvmfrfY7KmmmiXmrire,wim" wi'k -mnim mm Tp-f"; rw EVEN TNG BULLETIN, DKCEMfcKR 1G, 1895. Rfr ? BI AUTHORITY. Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1, Chapter -IXVI of the lawn of 1880. All persons holding water privilege or those pitying water rates (or tho torm end ing Jnn 30, 1800, will bo due and payable tt the office of the Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day of January, 1890. All rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they ire due will bo subject to an additional 10 rr cent. Kates aro payable at tho office of the Water Works In tho Kapuaiwa Duiiding. ANDKEW DltOWN, 179-Ut Supt, Honolulu Water Work. IN THE CIliL'UT COUKT, FIltST CIIJ 1 cult of tin' Ilnrtull.in Islands. In the aiattcr of the estate nf I III' SAM, of Knlluii, Kcu.i, Hawaii, a ImnKriipt Crulitors of thusald bankrupt are hereby notified to come In ii.ul prou- their debts be fore such .Judge ol the Circuit Court of the Klrst Circuit n shall he sitting at Umiubers, it Alllol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 December 1895

'Jffjil mm . , , , frrwupnri ,v , ,i i- EVENING BULLETIN, DEOEMBEli 16. 1895 5 A t LOCAL AND GENERAL. SherifT L. A. Androws en mo ovor on the Clnudine. Baud concert at Emma square tonight at tlio UBiial hour. Snow fell in Now York and Boston on Novomber 20th. Sonntor TV. H. Bice is back again from tlio Qardon Islo. Tho Jnpnneeo acrobats will givo a performance tomorrow night. Two Ohinoeo wero arrested Hub mornnig for oruolty to animals. King Brna. received soven tons of Art poods by tho last stoaraor. Puro candy for holiday uso at tho Palnco Uandy Storo on Hotel stroot. 0. H. Ensign, J. E. Mills and E. S. Olson aro in tho city from Knuai. W. II. Sopor and H. Louisson oro booked to leave on tho Austra lia today. Chostor Doyle returned from Kauai by the steamer of that namo yestordny. Thoro is eonsidorablo sickness in town, saporiuducod by tho in clemont weather. Messrs. G. H. and W. Y. Horn er aro in tho city, having arrived on tho Claudino yestorday. Rov. W. Horsfall and -Father Loo...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 December 1895

mw- - ' 4 1 fw 'MJI","- - l)?"!r -. -r .' :5j'?p: 'WR H''JJ -r EVENING BULLETIN, DKCEMBKR 1G, 1805. t nranTMIran iTT nnrT!fF niVv . S ?wEffqL iwHwBTOWffiM t w, ar8cWiv . JSt Tlio Art or AdvertUllie. Thoro is nothing on earth so mystoriously fuuny ns tho way in which umny business men treat nn advortiaement. Tho primo, first, last, and all-tho-tiiuo objoct of an advertisement is to draw custom. So tho merchant waits till tho busy soason comes, and his storo is so full of custom bo can't got his hat off, und then ho rushes to his printor mid goes in for advertising. "Whon tho dull seaton conies along, nnd thoro is no trado, and ho wants to sell his poods so bud that ho can't pay his rent, ho stops advertising. That is, some of them do; but occasion ally a level hcadod merchant does more of it, and scoops in all tho business, whilo his neighbors aro making mortgages to pay tho gns bill. There uio times when yon could'nt stop people from buyb-g everything in thu store if you planted a c...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 December 1895

mr -if" "V5 EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 1G, 1895. Iiov III Town. They had no parttni; In tlie wooj, No meetings In the lonely lntie; Beside tho ieu they never Mood, Not watched the tunset after rain. Their pathway vraa the bmy street, Their trtstfng r' the office atalr; And jet I know Joy more complete Did never vlilt mortal pair. And why thonld rustic love alone Be decked with all poetic art? These dull, gray city walks have known The beating of a Nation's heart. The weary workers come and go, The secret of each soul Is dumb; Yet still at. times a radiant glow Across thslr wayworn lives may come, d And the, my happy lovers, know Jt Hard lull, small wage, and humble fare; If The skies Jhcy saw were never blue, Ulll lova raauu ginuuess evcryn nere. Ills step upon tho olllcc lloor Was sweet to her as robin's sour; Her face, that passed the open door, For him made sunibluo all day long. Truth. The Tailor's Irllatnke. "John 1" Thoro woro tears in lior oyos ns bIio spoke. "Yen, tny ilonr....

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 December 1895

s.l r ' . . - -a- .. - - r- .....t. inili'?mfgwtri WWHMpimi-vi & ' "'EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 10, 1895. MMMWfclbHtlW l"'f ' ( Dp ' fen X v : jr W IV Ik SUNDAY'S FLEET GOMES IN. Tin; AUsntAi.n'-i i)i:i'Aitniti: to TlH: HAY CIIY. Fartlgn Shipping" Clirlatmaa Ar rangements for the Inter-Inlnud HnatKOther News Alone shore today. I.lncr China tonight. The bark Mnrtlia Dnili has hauled along khlo Kliinu aluif. The steamer Wnlntenle lell for windward Knunl port till- eu-ulng. The tinmen in bonrd tin" Aintrnlui cnter tnlnrd llumii,lTi, illi ft tpnrrhii; exhibition jMlrrdii). Tne M-nmcr Mlkuhnla, CIn'iillne, Knimi oud lunliiiil nrrlu-l Uiila) Willi Mg car pn ol etignr Tin' liaiki'iilliii' Willie 11 Hume comn rnei'd lloehii vim; hi'i eurifn of I'O.il ill new loil trcel whart llil- Illuming Mr. Hani!', id iilllcer of the liner An- trull 1. 1 one of tin mo.t popular men on the ilty Iront. lie l nlnnjs good tntiued. Tlio tug Kleii with laptnln Jack lllltiiift In eh.iru l"fl mi S.iHinl.ij m...

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