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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 December 1895

h-4 fr LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tbo last Wusin concert comos off tonight. Many flags wore displnyod at prirate residences yesterday. Sovoutoen drunks wero nrrostod on Tuesday night and Wednesday. "W. C. Lano, Sonior, diod at 0:30 this morning of pneumonia. Tho Henrietta opium cases come up for trial at 0:30 tomorrow . morning. About two hundrod pooplo on joyed tho exoursion to Waiauuo yesterday. Tho band will play at the Exo outivo building this afternoon nt 4 o'clock. Commissioner Marsden return ed from Hamukuu by tho Iwalani this morning. Dr. Lindloy of Kona, Hawaii, will return by tho W. G. Hall to morrow. J. P.- Eokhardtnnd Dr. Niohols came up on the Iwalani from Ha makna. British Vico-Consul T. Rain Wnlkor ontortainod n larg party at dinner last evening. Kumohamelm school boys dis tributed gifts to poor children at Kalihi yesterday. Christmas carols will bo Bung at thn G:30 evening sorvico at St. Androw's cathedral next Sunday. Aloxnndor D. Larnach was married to Miss Inez Perry yes ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 December 1895

nvi aWP8J"""-' ""V- v ""jT'i Tflw "7?isrw'"wii',',"''(' fi),Vil'liIM!fy WwpwiwWijI M fr f7 fwwsF w&mwn$tn$ipfv,p&. v ,THW!Wr'!?Ht"7-'' TP ry--n ? f '.' EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 2G, 1895 MIBBjBMjjHMBJra i' ;j:.,.zir'ai2TiD',miff,'in 'y-s'sg-rai.,- vT5v ? Wt 8 u - 'Vr P i. TIIKKR ttretniKiiN OVCIinOE. KcllefTliat All Weill Down In tlieTer rlbloTyplioon, Pork Towneond , Decombor 3. Much approhonsion is folt for the safety of tbo British stoumahip Gorsedd, Catitnin Mead, now out forty-fivo days from Singnporo. This is the third stonmer whioh is unaccounted ifor on tho Northern Paoific oceun,'tho others boing tho Eskdalo and Stmthnovis, bound westward. Tho Gorsedd is a 2100-ton tramp steamer bound to Tacomn m load a cargo of lumber for South Africa, blie suilod from Singnporo six weeks ago and should huvo made I ho pussugo in hsi than twontytfho d.iys. Tho Echoonnr l'uritau, forty nine days from Ticn-tsin, arrived tonight und ropoitrd ospenoncing Novombur 1-ltli and 16th on the...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 December 1895

EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 2G, 1895. ' . tXMk n ) Ix A FwTr From Now. Oil, the Twentieth Century ?lrll What a wonderful Itiluir elm will bet She'll evolYO from mjMlcal whirl A woman unfettered and free I No corset! to crampon her wilit, ; No crlmpi to encumber her brain; Unafraid, bifurcated, nnlactd, Like a goddess of old she will reign. 1 r 1 8he'll wear bloomers, a matter of coarse; Bhe will vote, not question of doubt; Sha will ride like ft man on a horse; At the club late at night she'll stay ont; If she chances to lore, she'll propose; To blush will be quite out of date; Bhe'U discuss politics with her beaux And outtallc her masculine mate, Bhe'U be up In the science of things; She will smoke cigarettes, she will swear If the senant a dunning note brings Or the steuk Isn't sencd up with care, No longer she'll powder her nose Or cultivate even a curl, Nor bether with fashion or clothes, This Twentieth Century girl. Iler Tolce wlU.be heard In the land; She'll dabble In matter of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 December 1895

-r-T-r-Wj t EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 26, 1895. fTWXJWjf ' .' ; , r $ if sw I' IS THE RHOSINl ARRIVES. TWENTY-ONE DAYS C05I1NO I'ltOM YOKOHAMA. Schoonrr Kutlier IlHline From Kareka Mcntuer. SpeiidlngClirlatiua la Port Klilpplnc Item Today. Tlic W 0 Hall for Kona and tho Wslslcale for Kauai leave tomorrow. The schooner Hohert W Logan lias been overhauled on tlio marlno railway. The simmer Jumcs Makco arrived In port yesterday with 2t0 bat's of Ktalla sugar. The steamer Iwalanl bronchi In 3'JOO ucs ol Ilamakua sugar und ."uliiau' of GrecnwcH's eattle tliU morning. Tomorrow high tide larire I.OIara: high tldesmnll 11.44 am; low tldu largo O.lll p m; low tlilo small 8.U7 n m. The ttainer J A Cummins brought a load of Walmanalo mgar In on Tuesday. Sin left forthe landing this morning. The tu4 Elru Is at VIslimarKet market hav liv new tubes put In her boiler The steamer Llktllke attended to the towing yesterday. The steamer Walalcale came In Just In time, for Christmas on Tueday night bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 December 1895

"rrpren f y Evening Bulletin .V i v-ii- rv F . ar L . " '? i 1 itc isrx m.r 1 0 , i" 71 i i ti- 7 t ) 4 I 1 '. VOL. 1. NO. 188. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt COO King Btreot, Honolulu, II. I. SUllSCItlPTIOX ItATKS. Per Month, nnywhere In tho Hn- wailnn Islands 8 75 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Cnnada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 Pnynblo Invnrlnblrtlu Ailrnnoo. Tolephono 2SC. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Unable to Work! NO APPETITE ! CODIiD NOT SLEEP 1 Ayer's Sarsaparilla COMPLETELY CURED HIM. Sir. T. .T. Cluno, nf Wnlkcnlllc, Ade laldo, South Auntrnlln, wrllci t "Six years ngo, I hnd sin nttnrk of Iiuligeitlon and Liver Complaint that lasted for weeks ; I was unable to do any hard work, had no iippc tlto, food distressed me, and 1 stif. fored much from headache. My skin was sallow and sleep did not refresh me. I tried several reme dies and consulted a doctor, with out obtaining any relief; fin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 December 1895

EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 27, 1895 J5u Bv HRlr Hk HH :" t i i. flKr - . Ri NEW YKAlt'H HACKS. BLj, gttup rroiieit for Good Undue 1" tli HM nicyele KTcnti. Entries (or tho throo hioycio rncos xt tho New Yoar'e races nt Knpiolani park finished at 6 o'clock lust ovoning with tho fol lowing contestants and handicaps: Ono Milo Handicap Hawaiian Haidwaro Trophy ($35 suit of clothes) It Doxter, G Angus and D G Sylvoster, scratch; A W Mc Currio and H Giles, 1G yards; T King and J Silva, 40 yards; E Paris and It Southgnte, 45 yards; P Lishman, 65 yards; A B Giles, 75 yards; S Johnson. 90 yurds; G A Martin, 100 yard. Oud-Hnlf Milo Juvouile Race Boys under 16 joins. Clins David Gold Medal A S Willis, scratch; Fred laukea, 5 yards; Sam tho Bootblack, 30 yards; E M Giaube, 50 yard?; G A Martin, scratch. Mnrtin was put at scratah on account of boing over 1G yeais of no according to tho Y M C A entiy book. Five Mile Lap Ence E O Hal! Trophy (silver punch bowl) G Angus. II Oilos, P Lishman, T Kiu,...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 December 1895

M EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 27, 1895. a S k i v t ip '!'' r t, h I. k II a ? 7 Story of Eugono Field. A story that hns boon writton about Fiold concerns tho trick he playod on two carloads of Kansas City imorohnnts, who went nway ono timo on an excursion. Each ear was to go by a diffdront route, 4ind the o.irs Bopnrned at nn oarly hour in tho morning whon ovony bodv wns nsleon. ixcont 'Geno Field who was along to writo up J tuo trip. Just boloro tho oars parted company ho carried all tho bIioob from ono sleopor into the other nnd carefully exohanged thom. Then ho took tho shoes from the sleoper thut had a double supply nnd carried thom into tho sleoper wboro nobody bad any shoos. Tho uoxt morn ing there wno a blue stroak two ways across Kansas. Every man in both sleepers was miles nnd miles awny from his own shoes. "Kodccko is a lazy aontnp." "That so?'' "Yos; Mis. Koducko takes in tho washing and ho does tho 'rest.'" Boston Courior. "Some mighty good people," Bniil Uncle Ebon, "gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 December 1895

Kb ! 'V n& "SI- i- .-' K. W, r. ' iiif BY AUTH0E1TL DerAUTMENT OP FlNANCC, I Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1895. ( Notice Is hereby given that all claims i;alutt Ilia Government for the month o( NOVEMIIKH, 1893, I. e., claims filed with the rcnpecllTO Departments previous to Decem ber Cth, 1895, will be pnvablo on MONDAY and TUESDAY, December 30th and 31it, 1S95. 8. M. DAMON, 187-31 Minister of finance. OfFICK OF THE BOAKI) OF El)CCAT10.V, Honolulu, Dec. 24, 1893. A cow class in the Normal Department ot tlio Honolulu High School will be organ ized Jan. Otb, 1890. Applicants should bo nt least sixteen years of ago, should havo good bodily health, and must bo Mile to puss eatisfao tory examination in all tho subjects requir ed tor a primary grado certificate, except mcthodit ot teaching. Teachers holding second grade certificate) or diplomas of equal grado will bo admitted without ex amination. The course, at present, recpiirts ono year's wotk. Tuition is free, lly older of the Hoard of Educ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 December 1895

ih EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 27, 1895 ,'5 v' fl J- f w ) LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. Lynn lcvft for Snn Francisco on tho briganline W. G. Irwin. Dncorativo pointing dono to order at King liros., Hotel St. .'Tbo Indies of tho Kvuinhao church nro holding u VI . ting this ("afternoon. Managor CM. Walt a left for Pahttla by tho W. G. Hall this morning. Tho general vordiot seems to be that it has boon a protty good all-round Christmas. A Ohineso hnoWrivor was finod $5 and oosts this morning for vio lating hack regulations. Tho Oity of Poking is duo from the Coast tomorrow, but she may put in an apponranco tonight. Owing to tho holidays the singing class at tho Y. M. C. A. is postponed till next Friday. Tho Pacific Tennis Club will bo "At Homo'' atthoircourton Union squaro all day on January lat. Paspongers to Hawaii today by the Hall wero Mrs. Lylo, S. M. Dodgo, F. M. Curter and A. Hay Bolden. Local philatolists are informed that it tiikes 31,000 Bpecimena of postage stamps to form a complet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 December 1895

T.f ,. EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 27, 1895. MU y'i ' Vk m 'A Variolic. Paris is to oroct a statuu to Sir Isaac Nowton. Sentiment costs nioro in dollars nnd conta tluui niiy other foolisb foeling in the world. Atchison Qlobe. Wild coeao nro devnsttiting tho wheat fiolds nonr El Itono, Okla homa. Hundreds uro killed evory day. Thoy do us much damage ns tho grasshoppers. Sovoral species of sea nncmoro can form thoir jolly-like bodios in to boats and ilat on tho surfaco of tho wator, propolIiiiR thorn solves with thoir antonnro. In Salvador a genuine revival in matters of publio instruction sooms to havo taken placo. Mixod schoolB on tlm American plau havo been established in many places. Tho largest structnro on tho earth, when coinuared with tho sizo of tl.o builders, is tho ant hill of Africa. Souio of thoso mounds havo boon observed 15 foot high and 9 feet iu diametor. Lady (to little boy in the street) "What is your name ?' "I dou't know, mum.'' "But you surely havo a namo. What do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 December 1895

Ik ;. kU EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 27, 1895. 7 " I y.m. ex. coNCKur. I'fX'JII I I ' IKIWSl Business Cards. f Business Cards. -p X 1 ,W The Tw Orchcmrit 'Will Sink Flrnt Publlu Appearance. Tho procram for tho concert to take pluco ut tho Y. M. 0. A. ball on tho evening of Now Yenr's duy, for tho benefit of the building fund of tho Association, was com pleted yostordiy nud nppoara be 'U i low. It comprises n violin solo ' i by Miss MeUrow and vocal soloc- tions by Miss Richards, a recita tion by Mrs. Black and other in teresting feiitures. Tho now or chestra will iimko its first nppoar nnco nnd show the public what it can do. program. Overture Y MCA Orchestra. Gymnasium ExercUe Hoya class. Vocal Bolt) .Miss IUcliariln. Violin Bolo Mies McOrew. Chorus (Ilnnailan) Y II I (lice Club. Selection Y MCA prcbi-ttra. Recitation Mra. Tho. Ulack. Indian Club Swinging D K Unnana. Vocal Solo Mlsa McOrew. It). Oliorus (Ilnnailan) Y II I Olcc Club. 11. Selection Y M C A Orchestra. Binkor You nro re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 December 1895

EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 27, 1895. J I ( Sf (I . t A it at V ? BIG STEAMERS DEPART. 1walani to iiajiakwa ami wai alkali: to ii ana lei. Fnretcn SlilpiilnB-Ollior Ileitis Alone- abort Today Wlicre tlio Ship are I.jlnc W. tl. Hull Out. Tlie stenmrr Kcauliou takts 123 tout of coal to Makawall tomorrow afternoon. Tlio llntr City of Peking. If alio keeps up lier Hto Hue records, may tic In tonluli. from San Kranclsco, The b.irkcntlnc S N Castle lia nnlilied ll iliarutin; and Is on tlie btrth for the 8an FraucIeo ri finery. Ilie lirliiatitltic W (1 lruln took 560 tons of mum ami rlco and one imracngcr to dan Frnuclaco yesterday. Tomorrow; liluli tide large 1 41 a m; high tide small IS 4: p tn; low tide large O.VJ p rn; low tide null 9.00 a m. Tlie strainer W (J Hall left tliU miirnlng wllli n gencnl cargo for Kona and Kan be tides 13 eubln and 54 ditck passeufcr. The steamer Mount I.ebtnon dkcliarftid her largo of Victoria lime and uor.wesl feed tufla mi the Mall wharf and lift for Yoko...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 December 1895

fltil 4 1& fc- il ;?A W ( .m t a ii?-) VOL. 1. NO. 189. THE EVENING BULLETIN. I ' 7 Published overy day except Sunday nt 600 King Street, Honolulu. H. I. r .SUMSCIlirrriON HATES. Per 'Month, nnywhoro in the Ha waiian Islands vj.S 75 .PenYcar. : -.k 8 00 Per Year.' i postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, 'postpaid, other, Foreign Countries:.'. 13 00 I'uynlilo Invnrlnblv ill Advmico. Tolephono 230. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. FOR BEAUTIFUL HAIR Ayer's Hair Vigor RESTORES COLOR, PROMOTES Luxuriant Growth, Kocps tlio scalp cool, moist, healthy, A' &&& a,ul irL' lrom an-(fp3-& druff. It is tho $Wlt tho world, mid is V Sia".. perfectly harmless. &' X,10M! desiring to f jir-:-' VtiiW- rctaln tl10 youthful 'isBiS? appearance of tho Iyer's IMr Vigor. Co!d Medals at the World's Great Exposition. CJ Ilewnr of cbeip Imitation,. The nam Ajer U prnmhipnl'on tho wrapper, and U Mu ii In tlm Klut of eaeJi. bottle. 1 Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. Hole Acent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 December 1895

r$FWfil!9!? ?, ',!!fFf,Pr?P'rH!' nrrwtppy1 EVENIITO" BULLETIN, DEGEMBHR; 2Sj. IfiOG se a ." It m1-' i Bra' fc v I Wi h'M Important I'uMIc InvroveuMiit-- .Supporter of Mr- Tonne. a;ho following ltoroa aro oon- douscd from tho newa column a of tho Hilo Tribuno of the 21st inst. ThoHilo Eloctric Light Co.'s tuachinory is set up anii tho pipe laying noarly coinpietosU II. JL Taylor, for a year aad a half connectod with the-engineering department of tho Oahu Rail way, his gono into partnership with A. H. Loebonstoin to conduct a civil engineering business throughout tho island ofc Hawaii. J. F. Brown, land commissioner, is visiting Hamakua on official business. Ollicuils of tho Lnnd Bureau nro laying out for sulo und Bottlenient tho Ptinabmwii tract of about 1700 acres. Four hundred acres will i be sold to Giudnor K. Wilder and associates, present lessees of the entiro tract, and thn remain dor placed on tho market. "Work has uIho beon begun on a tract of land in North Hilo, between tho ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 December 1895

mm mum yim mnni'i" WWI'Pi m 'iM""WMilll fttirT1PMM 111 1PT TffTi" '"SfV" f-rjWTW1' T"'t3PrV r. TFSBWTiTP f v- V.K 'It $0; ' Alt ''Tfv ' V, ' M a ft DEATHiOF CAPTAIN KELLY. WAS VUXZo KNOWN IIKRE EAltl.Y DAYS. IX Bccord of. tho Old Whaler' Adven tiirouM Life Hon- Ho Cheeked .a Mutiny. Nows rocontly roached S&n Francisco of tlio doatli of ono of tho best known whalers in tlio Unltod States. Captain Edmund E. Holly died ot bis borne iu DinKuamtoti of puralyshij aged 59 jours. The last time ho tus in .Ban Francisco was wbon ho 'brought tho whaling scboonor Juno Qray in irona tho Arctio nftor a vory exalting cruiso. She was ohasod and seized by the Unito'd States stoamer Mohican and on that occasion Captain Johnson of tho warship behaved in suoli an unoflieerliko mannor that when u complaint was mnde to WuBuitigt.in he was dismissed from the service. On another oc casion Captain Kolly'fl craft wus chased by tho gunboat Yorktown, but ns nothing contraband was found on board be was rele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 December 1895

pT,KPifP "& (fflPP'fS'F ' ","& " ' -r f rrT'; FHqjpw a-liT ' y TI EVENING BULLETIN, DEOEMBEK 28, 1895. .,. i ' f'.i 1.1 ( V 1 '' .rf . -. ,, F:V V . N . fh ,f4 ' Pi b, St" BI AUTHORITY. DEI'AIITMENT OP FINANCE, I Honolulu, I)cc. 20, 18U5. S Notice It hereby given that all claims against the Government for the month of NOVEMBER, 1805, 1, e., claims filed with tho respective Departments previous to Decem ber 6th, 1805, Vf 111 ho payablo on MONDAV and TUESDAY, December 30th and Slit, 1895, S. M. DAMON, 187-3t Minister o( Finance. Water Notice In accordance with Section 1, Chapter XXVI of tho lawn of 1880. AU persons holding water privilege or IhOBO paying water rates for tho term end ing Junn 30, lS'M, will bo duo and payahlo at the ofllco of tho Honolulu Water Works; ou tho 1st day of January, 1890. All rates remaining unpaid for llftceu dajH after they are duo will bo subject tonu additional 10 per cent. Kates die pajablo at tho ofllco of the Water Works in the Kupuaiwa Build...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 December 1895

BHRBinPIRHi!H9MM&JPRw!P PPfRl'fTP sr"- T t 4) yam m ' T ' " t tHrt1 DBMMIWMjaWMWi BWW WW W iiii rMWWWHIiMMIWWIWMWWMNWWMiW1 11), LOCAL AND GENERAL. E. Flohr and brido are in tho city. Tho latest Hilo Tribnno is of six pngos. Mlb3 R. Roth lint returned from a trip to Hawaii. Mr. Parker's family came to town with him. The noxt mail from tho Ooast will bo by tho Australia noxt Friday. The members of tho govern mont band huvo boon invited to attend tho oirous this evomng. Tho January term of tho Oir cuit Conrt for tho Island of Ha waii oponB at Hiloon Thursday. By tho Kiuau onmo cattle, shoep and pigs enough tokeop Honolulu in frosh meat u littlo while. An elaborato assortment of do rorated glass photo frnmos. Something entiroly now, at King Bros., Hotol streot. Tho boys of Engiuo Company No. 1 were kindly romembored by Mrs. H. H. Williams on Christ mas day. Don't forgot that W. S Luco holds an auction solo of toys, pictures and Jnpaneso goods of ovory description this ovoning. J. T....

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 December 1895

"tfim t vyrmaFvyw- U EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 28, 1895. 1 fc. V ft I' tot" rJt . i i PST Vi fr i KV Ikii ftii 1MIISCE COl'FEK'S VTA II.. He In Aflnild 1io floveriiuieiit Will Hurt Mlm. Editoii Evening Bulletin: Your fludglinR contemporary, tho Hilo Tribune, in its callow infancy, has joined the popular majority, and taken up tho "hue and cry" after tho sugar planters. In tho luBt number that has come to hand, that of Doo. 21, with ita four weeks' exporionoe, in a "knoV-it-all" air, it "does not think it oau bo seriously thought that tho coll'oo intoresls must Buffer, or that tho Uovornmont should art tho partisan's part and protoct one intorost to the detri ment of all others." Then hoisting ils coffoe-stainoti banner it de clares, "Tho cofhiO industry neods the fostering cuio of tbo Govern ment rather thun its blighting influence," and discharges the old, old Parthian parting shot, about "corporations who inunago thoir plantations and their Asiaslio slaves ft8 the old thno slaveh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 December 1895

mmr 9rv wWV3"ffiFr 'rwm'$ ypur-iiy EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 28, 1895. ran 7 .M ,.) , rnilRfllt SKRVICKS. fVlier Houolulii People May AVor hlp tomorrow Central Uwoh Chorcii, corner Berota ci and Richards stroets. Douglas P. Hir st, minister. Services for Sunday, Decern ber20thi 9.55 . m., Sunday school and Bible class. At 11 a m., PuMic worship andsermoni "The Tst of Dlsclpleshlp.1' At 3.30 m. ., Junior cunstlan Endeavor mooting. 0:30 p m, Y P B 0 E prayer most ings "Rejecting the Cross," Matt. IO1IM8. 7:30 P in, publlo worship and sermon:. "Tho Living Year," After-meeting in the n1. WArlnffarlnv MflV Ynrtrl. nt 7 '30 n I m., service preparatory to the Gammunlon, I The umucn win toio on names oi mono I propounded for membership. A cordial welcome for all at every service. St. Andrew's Cathedral Tho fifth Sun day in Advent, Cathedral services, 6:30 a, m., celebration of the Uoly Communion. 11a. m., Matins with sermon. 7.30 p.m., evensong with sermon. The sorrices of the Second Congr...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 December 1895

-f4i' mm x fl$ . fe W' -:., EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 28, 1895. r Mlffim bwtt ' ir r nm mmtrr i nww imi i V" 5 ' WT fW'wlV:lmSOKK ' Wrfl'. 'j.54 h pi Hi i.- v t. i- M'ii lU.r ' rj. ji J LINER PEKING IN PORT. STEAK EltS CI.AUDIM: AND HIIKA 1IAI.A AllltlVi; WITH SlUJAIt. teasnsr Irtouat Lebanon Departs learner Kasla Brine Kaolaa Pad dy Olhsr Ilema Alougihora To. day, AIUtlVALS. Stmr I.cliua from Molokal. tfcltr Mlllc Morris, from Koolatt. Stmr Mlkaliala, ltaglund, from Kauai. Stoir Kaala, Brown, Irom a circuit ol Oaliu. Stmr Clauillnc, Cameron, from Hawaii and MauL I M 8S City of Peking, Smith, from San Frnnclsio. Am bk Anntu Jolir.,on, Rock, at Hllo from San KrancUvn. ni:rAHTi uks. Stmr Keiultou, Thompson, for Maka tll. S 8 Mount Lebanon, Hendry, for Yoko hama. 1' M 8 3 Clly of lVkluff, Smith, for Yokohn ma ami Hongkong. I'ApSENOEnS AIlltlVED. Per Mmr Mlkaliala E Flolir anil brhle, Paul Ixonberg "r, .T A lscnburg, T N Wilcox. A S Wilcox, 11 Wottcrs, Mrs Kclscy and child and WO deck,...

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