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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 December 1895

?"? r p -ot j-TTTTr 4w il: "fe 1 "Vw-iT"" 4M4? J' ulletiii veni "T XnV v yv.s ' MnnmjKraE T wBT " I THF : "4 w VOL. l. NO. 180. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday at COO King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUlHCltlLTION KATES. Per Month, nnywhoro in the Ha waiian Islands 8 75 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, CunnUn, or Jlexieo 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countrios 13 00 l'nynhlo Iiivni-luulv In Alitnou. Telephone 250. 1 O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. GENERAL DEBILITY and Indigestion Undo Ilor Life Miserable, but She is Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilla llcml tlio tcMlmony of Mr. 1). Ot Mmir, Colmrff, Victoria, whoso por trult 1 alto k'uhi "Porno few years ago I suffered terribly with Indigestion nnd gon eral debility. I could not -sleep, nnd my condition was such sis to iimko my lifo miserable. Xono of tlio inany remedies L tried did 1110 any good, nnd I despaired or ever getting better. One of my friends told 1110 of tho blood-purifying ami flt...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 December 1895

"' W"yV ,-' , ' . i 42 ""1M Br-f - EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 17 1895 Ebr 1 4 S-. AT Tim ItOAT CI.UltN. nsnlault nnd nirrtlc Hoth Had Craw Out Sunday morning. -it tlio Hoalani olubbouso Sun j morning nbont thirty of Sfln-mombors woro on hand. Two iifosr-oarod sholls and one four tmed bargo wero out during tho sewning with practice crows. 'Jlle now sholl roceived by tho .ttlamoda was ono of tho boats out srwl gavo good satisfaction. A few of thcMyrtlo boys wcro also aft Jboir bo.ithouse and two singlo ttrnll boats wore out with Soron oim and Norman Halstoad at tho trs. Tho latter tipped ovor tanca. The first titno tho Bon .tHDRtou's Inuucli sttirtod to his iruistnuco and tho tocond tinio ho :anagcd to got into his so.it Sin wittiont ussistsmco, a souiu o!iat difRcult feat. .The Hoalani reading room and vnrandus uoio well patronized lilariug tho day by tnenibors and ftbeir friends. 'Aro you ninrriod?" said tho siMinger to a roan who wus look rhE for a situution. "No, wir." "'ilion 1 c...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 December 1895

1895. fy . w rppr IMMMM EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 17, 1 onnisE ov tug coiionkx. A Scientific Expedition to Tnll Here 111 ?Iil- Tho . schoouor yacht Corouot, onnodi by D. Willis Jamoa and his son Arthur Curtis Jutnes of Now wYork, which dofouted tho Bchoonor yacht Dauntlusa in a unidmntor raoo acruss tho Atlan tic inl886, and which lias sailed around tho world, is being .fit tod put for a soiontifio expodition to "to coast of Japan. A On tho aflornoon of August 9 nj)Xt, at 3 o'clock, tbcre will bo a total eolipso of the sun which will not bo-visiblo in this part of tho globe, and it is for tho purpose of obsorving this phouoniuuon that tho expodition is being fitted out. Tho chiof obsorvor of tho ex pedition will be Profossor David Todd, the ominont astronomer of Amherst Collego, who has boon Ront out by the United States Govomment at various times to distant parts of the oarth to tako astronomical observations. Tbo .yacht will sail from Now York enrly in Deeombor around Capo Horn b...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 December 1895

Mtaanto-" ' ? w f " r--W fTVT' """ jvfw iyft,' iv" '" "vr' "T"pW' nffr w-'Tw w.. .-.. l: V',1 m ' fy. XT'i EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 17, 1895. nsaraer w.wu i'VWsnmmiF 'p "rwrfflBmBr'" s mm ft Z$ $0811 K mmmJ i 1 . F.J BI AUTHORITY. Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1, Chapter XXVI of tho laws of 1880. All persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates for the term end ing Juno SO, 18(H), will bo due nnd payable at the ofllco of tho Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day of Jnmi&ry, 189(3. All rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are duo will bo subject to an additional 10 per cent. Rates are payablo at tho ofllco of tho Water Works in tho Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW 11HOWN, I70-I4t Snpt. Honolulu Water Works. IN TUB CllttTIT COUIIT, FlltST CIIl 1 cult of the llunnllau I."lnnl. In the mutter of the etatc of CI1U SAM, of Kalluu, Kcna, Hawaii, a bankrupt. Creditor of the paid bankrupt arc hereby notllled to come in mid proe their debts be fore Kin li...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 December 1895

mmmmmmmm,"mmm' " TfJfl LOCAL AND GENERAL. No circus tonight. Japaneso acrobats this ovoning. Tho Board of Education is holding a session this aftornoon. Tho crow' of tho W. G. Hnli ex poet to send Christmna in Hono lulu. -i W. H. Super returnod to Stan "ifbrd university by yesterday's J stoainor. Pure candy for holiday uso at tho Pulaco Candy Storo on Hotel stroot. A practioal satirist planted a row of taro on Liliha street before daylight on Monday. Pacific Lodgo of Masons in stalled oilioers lust night und had a banquet uftoruards. . Tho bund conceit at Emma sqiuiro last night drow out an uu " usually largo audionco. An entirely new program will bo given at both performances of the cuctis tomorrow. Friends of Wultor Wall aro suggesting his name for tho first lieutonuncy of Company D. Tho Australia took 8100 bunches of bananas and G8 sacks of coflbo as part of her cargo. Beautifully colored photos, of Iluwaiian scouory, just tho things to sond abroad for Xmas greetings, King Bros.,...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 December 1895

' "" '" "'' "; '"""'""pWWSjWPMii 'app'i " '?"! rW- EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 17, 1895, fj& 0 t Tin: iKi:siiir.Nrs sr.iMii:v lMn)cil III tlio I.nt Hull ill tlie Urciit l'nulball ti lute in tlio groat gamo of football played ut Sun Francisco on Thanksgiving tiny botweon tho Stanford and California Univer sity teams; Ohurles S. Dole, nn Hawaiian boy, played for Stan ford in tlio latter part of tho game, being substituted for Frcaken hoimer, tho great halfback, .who was injured. A. coist exebhago givo hun the following write up Hip dny boforo the gumr: Tilt two halfback substitutes of Stanford's loam nro Charles S, Dole, '03, nd Fori est Fisher, MJ3, b' tit of whom sue vory pro mis:n men and wIks,. piny, f"r UlO alt tiUlo tlioy have beou in training, is of high grade. Cluuls Dolo was burn in Ho nolulu ami is a nepliHW of the pvftent mler ot tho Sandwich islands. Ho is '2'1 years old and is making ocouomicB his chief study Ii 10. Dolo is 5 foot 11 inches t 1 and brings down the beam...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 December 1895

x-iipsww .3si!?g"iy. i'wnapg W"'i "?,' EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 17, 1895. ' f4 c ilie t')clc Mlrl. Tbc htmmnck girl Is out of date, Tlic carriage tlrl paste, Tlie girl who rlilet the bicycle Rules tlio world today. She llMhe by with graceful sptcd, Ailf eb rode on air; , And ai ihe slides along she flndi Admirer everywhere. Let Ilkliop Doan and IiWiop Coxa A lime her as they may, The cycle tlrl la here, brand new, And alio is here to stay. She doesn't caro how much they fuss, For she knows she's all rljrht, And even as they crumble, they Must own she s out or sight. So here's to the sweet cycle girl, In bloomers or In skirts; She Is worth a dozen or the u'lrl That lounges 'round the lllrts; And here's a wish for Bishop Coxe, A-ralllnc on the fence; That ho may lWu and grow In grace And some day bare more sense. Sommcrvllle Journal. Fondonuis: "Woll, tho hoiress litis ncceptod Crawley. Ho says Iib feols ns if lio worn walking on uir." "Warrington: "That's bettor that living on it."...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 December 1895

rw - f& , ... ,, tr T' T- -f ""1MB EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 17, 1895. With.' iWj. SK I STEAMER KINAU FROM HUG uri'Auriiiti: i' the t. i:iaV outwahu inland iri,i:irr. Tuc Kleu Arrives and Lotvrt Acalu- TheKobert Ltwrri Repaired- Other Alonciliore Items. The Klnau from Hawaii docked at 2:45 p m today. Tito schooner Aloha rooted to Oceanic wharf tills afternoon. Tin- rlrnmcr Mokolil went cm the marine railway till moraine; lor repair. The schooner Molnulilne discharged her Kohnht 8iii;nr on Oceanic wharf thin morning. The ttcaiiicr Hawaii leave tomorrow afler lenmon for port betwieii Olowalu mid llo iKiimi. The Bteainer Klnau arrived In port Ihi' nitcimion from llllo and windward Usual1 ports. The nelnmiier Kohcit Lower, better than when she wn built, unit oil' the inlluny mid anchored In the tmim. The bark Aldcrmmo, Inspector Ook In clmrisu of the cUKtolm, commenced dlcliarg hijrnt brewer's u barf this morning. The strainer Kauai goes to Walinca and Kekaha totntrrow afternoon, b...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 December 1895

ttJMMMnWMtM I jirttf JffjtfUMKMKMMMMlMf i , , HWwRfS i- - n - v t . jjt- p. r i"W ' ulletin vcinn e m M - n I 'X ' . f A VOL. 1. NO. 181. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday at C09 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUllSCmi'TION IIATK9. Per Month, anywhero In the Ha waiian Islands 3 75 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Muxico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, olhor Foreign Countries 13 00 1'nynlilo Invnrlublv In Ailvniioo. Tolepuono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. COLDS, COUGHS, INFLUENZA, . SORE THROAT Ayer's Cherry Pectoral "Will rellovo tho most dis tressing cough, soothe, tho iiilhimcd membrane, loosen tho phlegm, and Induce refreshing sleep. Tor tho euro of Croup, Whooping Cough, Pore Throat, and all tho rail monary troubles to which tin! vonnir aro so liable. there is no other remedy so effect ive us s Cherry Pectoral A Record of nearly 60 years CoiJ Medals at the World's Chief Expositions. C3- Tho lump, Ayi'r' Cherry 1'cctnrnl. H innnil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 December 1895

jar. r- - y EVENING BULLETIN, DE6EMBER 18 1895 mM HtWMt WIlllWW IIIHTIIDAV WINDOM. Ntirrtllllntl Attached to tlio Par and IIoulli of Vour M'orldr Adroiit. Superstitious peoplo I "Why, oil of U3 nro superstitious) Anyhow, a birthday rhymo is always ox collent. Thus: Monday's child Is Mr of taoo. Tuesday's child H full of grace. Wednesday's child is born for woe. Thursday's child has far to go Friday's child is loving and giving. Saturday's child must work for a living! llut the child that is born on the Sabbath day Is bouny and happy nnd wealthy and It is handy to know tho old rhymes, for if it bo a ploaeant ono it is nico to inscribe on a birthday gift, though 1 hopo no body will inflict that on a "Wed nesday's child '' As foi tho month iu which ono chniicfn to be born, n friend of mine has evolved a number of wondrous nnd inkrcating things from a very simple book of astiol ogy. Here nro a few hints: If u girl is born in January sho will be a prndort housowifo.givon to moliuicholy, ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 December 1895

mm-- r- - -iv tWW r- - ''fWR-Fjf EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 18, 1895. mxwmmrmsn.tfnintrfur:-nmM-Ti JtANITOIIA .SCHOOLS. 1 h I'rovloluiiiof ii IIIII Noon Co lie Intro duced Ottawa, (Out.), Novombor 29. Parlinmunt has beon called to moot on January 2d to settle tbo Manitoba school quostion. Tbo bill hns been printod and providos for tbo restoration of lloman Catholic schools in Manitoba, with full power Rivon thorn for tboir roliqious oxorcisos. Tbo history of England as writton by Roman Catholic authors may bo used, but tho Schools must be up to tho re quired standard of oflioinncy be fore thoy can bo paid uny inonoy out of public funds. Their claim to tho public grant is to bo mons urod altogothor by thoir standard of efficiency, It is stated that Clorko Wallace, Controller of Custom, sovereign grand mastor of tho Orangomcu order, has informed Sir Macken zie Bowel 1 that if an attempt is mado to pnsrf tho remedial bill ho will resign from tho Cabinet. Tims who havo takou tho consus ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 December 1895

ffgtffiff(mff-i ' W$T 'f"jy--F . . -v'Rsapr" .r$?'M,,twrsrjJfW " " . ,rw' EVENING BULLETIN. DECEMBER 18, 1895. 1' "Si BI AUTHORITY. Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1, Chapter 1XVI of tho laws of 1880. All persons holding water privileges or 'Sate paying water rates for tlio term end ing Jnn 30. 181)0, will bo due and payable t tbe office of tbo Honolulu Water Works, -a tbe 1st day of January, 1800. All rates attaining nnpald for fifteen days after tbey are duo will bo subject to an additional 10 per cent. Sates are payablo at tbo office of tbe "Xtkloi Works lit tbe Kapualwa Building. ANDREW BROWN, 179.141 Supt, Honolulu Water Works, tN THE CHtCUIT COUUT, FlltST CIK i cult of tho Hawaiian Islands. In the utter of the estate of C1IU 8AM, of Kallua, Icn.i, Han all, a bankrupt. Crulltor of tlio said bankrupt arc hereby wtltlcd to come In .nid protc tbeir debts be .'rc Miih Judge of the Circuit Court of tliv Vlrnt Circuit as (ball te Kitting at Clumber, ilAUlolunl Mali, .ludlcia...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 December 1895

"fig r m-- 'pv-nmsff' nV EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 18. 1895 5 'H 1 LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mrs. J. H. Royd and son ro turncd on tho Kinau. J. J. Williams is homo again from his trip to Hawaii. C. II. Bishop left for Kauai on thoMiknhaln last night. Mauagor 0. M. Walton of tho Pahala plantation Is in the citj. Fnro candy for holiday uso at tho Palaco Candy Storo on Hotel Btroot. The regular mooting of tho Board of Health takos plaoo this afternoon. Tho Kinau brought up forty orates of turkoys and a quantity of cauliflower. 0. L. Wight, W. S. May and K. A. Lyman Jr, woro passongors , by tho Kinau. 0. S. Desky, tho onorgetio real ostnto man. returned by tho Kinau yostorduy. Materials for making Tissuo paper flowers, lamp shados, etc. King Bros, Hotol St. Forty crntos of turkoys, contain ing 560 birds, nrrivod by tho Ki nau for tho Christmas market. Henry Oilman and Hugo Fis chor wore passengers by tho mis A sionary schooner Itobort W. Logan. The dog catchor took his first load of puripatot...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 December 1895

xr,nfipF!!jv-f THflwgn" "Fvr-?' i1, IP. uiPHHWf " "HP"- "f-W' pwrt- j, ryiyfyy 'WfWTpWy jUpflMPy ' "V , EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 18, 1895. X Marino Ciirlnnlly. A inurmo uuinsily known ns uu amphibious boat linsbcen in oper ntiou in Diuiuutrk siuco the mid dle of July lust. The bout plies on two large lakes, about a dozen miles from CopouhuRon. Tho InkcH, which nro namod the Pure So nud tho Fa rum So, are divid ed by a narrow nock of land rather inoro than 1000 yards in width. Over this the bout passtH on a framo work und wheels. The vessol is small, only about 1G feet in length, with SJ toet 0 inclios beam, and her maximum draught) is about U f-et G inches. Sho can accoiiinv d to about 70 passcngeis, and when loaded sho weighs lo tons. Her engine, winch is of tho i ordinnrv typo, is 27 i. h. p. Two p:t its of wheels, i no pair near tlic stem and thootlior noar tho storn , are sudieiont to enublo tho little j Htuaimr to glide over tho line of railway which connec's the two lakes. "...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 December 1895

tfpni"' 5 roniciiiiiii Tlio spreading hills with gcntlo lopo I.lo broadly to tliu rising fur., VTIioifr cheering beams of earljr hope Cnren them oftl), one by one, "VVIille In the hollows, gray unil low, Thick mists and thadowa heavy lie, Kor all the mornltut's ruddy glow Has coldly liaised the klleyn by. So hill-tops laujh, while Talleti weep An ay the hour of early days, With s midline) resting on the steep, And darkness shrouding lowlj ways, Till evening hates ant shadows sleep On every oastward-ljlug hill. Then down the slopes tliu sunbeams cretp, And raptured tales with gladness thrill. Ao lonely llcs, which sadly missed TvTIib early sun's Inspiring beams. To vallcjs morning shadows klssid, i Hut wnkcin.il not from laggard dreams To those at eve shall come n glow Of sunshine o'er the happj plain; A sweeter Joy than mornings know The touch of gladness after pain. Harper's Bazar. m Tcaohor: Now, boys, who was Columbus? (No iinswor.) Now tryngiiinl Apt Pupil: Columbus was tlio mau...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 December 1895

VlfMflH ' WHffw p... -"a j ---; c vattaHftgp 1Vngp(Ri::3 EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 18, 1895. KWRWI'MIPWWWrtWWWWHrtlWJIi wrawMtiwJLJMiMfliTLmiuif f Iff H II P M 8 8 -.CHINA IN PORT MJIIOWNEK K1NH i'YlUJS ARIUVES with NinvcAsn.K coai. Kleu Itaek A-ln-lTIIialonar- Schoon er Loti Gomel In with Tract Other Item. The bark Mnlitcan lino moved to 3orenon' wlisrf. Tlic steamer James Mahco brought In S3fi9 hue f Kralla iiitfnr for Hrewcr ifc Co ntiil 177 g rlcetliU tiiuruln. Tomorrow High tide lnri;e 5.4s' a in.; high tide iinnll 0.13 ii in, low tide large 10.47 p m, low tide small 1.30 p in. A ropo cntilit foul of the Australia's pro peller oil Wnlklkl jcslerday afternoon anil delnjcd her some limn. The Aincrli-an lurk Santlaeo, Johnson matter, arrlvul at Illlo on the IMh lnt, IS diijn froni S.m FrnmlMM) with a general carjo tinil thirteen paen;;er. Piimmnnilor .luck llilltlit 1 now on Ii!h resnlnr lieiit nlmu; the liont at harbor pollei -man iind the tug Klen It rellnu' iiulclly at Inr old...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 December 1895

tany". 3 ulletiii vening r. 1 - R B 0 , 1 'fi IV, I. VOL. 1. NO. 182. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt COO King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUIISCItlfTION UATE3. Per Month, anywhero in tho 11a wallnn Islands .-S '76 Per Year. -8 00 Per Year, postpaid to Amorica, Canada, or Mexico '1000 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nviihlit Iiivnrlulilr In Ailvimuo. Telephone) 2o0. P. O. Box 80. B. L FINNEY, Manager. Buildmg -:- Lots AT .JSMEAJESLZESLX - i Delightful situation. UcauUfulrleiv of tl.o .oce.tn. Excellent neighborhood. Lovely . Burroiinilln -s. A. V. GEAR. lSI-tf British Barque "AIDERGR0VE" Capt. W. Robertson, JLi'om. Livei'pool Neither tho en plain nor the undersigned .condjjrces of tht) above named vessel, will bo responsible for any debta that may he contracted by the crow. Thco. H. Davies & CO., Ltd, lSI-tf FAMILY Cash . Grocery Fort Street, Opposite Club Stables. Tel. 355. nlSO-tf YEE ON CO., 317 Nuuanu St. P. O, Box U3. Watchmakers ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 December 1895

jfsi-z -"I Vf EVENING BULLETIN, 'DECEMBER 10 1895 r OI.AA ANI MISA. c. r. i)citr Tciiii of tiio :n'cc rin- tatlons II VlslUd. A Bulletin roporler inlerviow td 0. E. Dosky yoatorday con inirjg bis rocont visit to Hawaii. 3hAt gontloroan is porfeotly de fightod with what ho buw on tho lig island, but profors Honolulu Jo Hilo as a pormauout residence. Mr. Desky took a trip of throo Aundrod miles on horsoback through tho coil'eo districts mid soade a stay of aovoral days at ilr. Rycroft's place. Ho says .Puna and Olna districts havo a groat future bofore thom and il.inks that all the coffee plantoia vill muko as big fortunos as somo Honolulu real estate men aro ac cumulating. Ho has como hick ith the firm bolii f tlitit tho ooflbe industry in Hawaii will soon be itcond only to sugar. Arlltt lor Wtiiiinii'n IMIIIo". The designer of tho illustrations of tho Woiimh'm Edition of Timo, 3Irs. Isobo! Strong, is an artist of .wore than inodienro talent. In )lio first p.ig' drawing alio has ifia...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 December 1895

r-r-n' nr-Tt,'nfr-f " VlV1Bfl rwjTW "' 15TVfI" - i!H,1f J" w -it r ppflE j- W' I, , A Two Wood Hounen. Thoro was a crowded mntineo of tho oirous yesterday, and a good Louao at tho evening performance. Miss Nellie Lynilburst walked the IurIi wiro, instoad of littlo Muriol Wirth who formerly did that act. Sho proved a proiiofrnt in this role as in her dashing equestri anism. The triple trapozo por formanc'oa of two Btalwurt athlotes and little Elsie St. Loon wora loudly npplaudod. Mr. Mont gomery showed his trainod horso Cnssy in new tricks, nud himsolf gavo a splendid performance of tho English bounding jookoy. Lnhl Sing gavo tho equestrian farco of a countryman nt tho cir cus with his usual dash. All of tho novelties took woll, and tho crowd pocmod pleased with tho wholo poiforia.mce. This excel lent program, third of tho series, will bo repeated this ovoning. Silvutluit Army. Thoro was a bettor attend nice at tho moeting of the Salvation Army in Y. M. 0. A. bull. Aftor tho usual pr...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 December 1895

!g7r7"V'vvjj' "WWF" - f S? 1J',rT trflff it' s- I . . f 1 i i pt 3 8 IV' y N BY AUTHORITY. NOTCH IS IIRUF.BT GIVEN" THAT ALL claims against tlio Ooyornmnit for tlio month of OCTOBEll, 1893, I. e claims filed with the rcspcetlrc Departments pretlous to No ember 5, IS95, will be payable on MON DAY and TUE8DAY,Decembcr23il and 94th, 18S5 8. M DAMON, lKJ-flt Minister of Finance GENERAL HEADQUARTERS, Republic of Hawaii. AlMtTNTlNFIIAI.'OlllCt, I Honolulti, II. 1 ,l)cc. 18, 13'JS. f SI'KCIAL 01tDKKNo.7I. Tlie election ordered te be held tills day for First Lieutenant of Company D,N. (I. 11., Is ordered potpond to Wcdncsdaj, January , A. I) lS'A at the same plate- and hour, Hj Order of the Commandcr-ln-Chlcf JNO. II. SOl'EK, lSi-3t Adjutant (imrolN. (I H Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1, Chapter XXVI of tboliiwsof 18i0 All persons holding wnter prlvili-gCH or tbosi paying vrnti r niton for the term end ing .Iun HO, lS'Mi, will bu duo aud pajiililo at the oillce of the Ilotinlulu ...

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