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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 December 1895

w 4 kT , fe l;: E Vening La. if At ' w -.a! ::a f l. f i :? VOL. 1. NO. 190. HONOLULU, H. I.. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1895. PRICE 5 CENTS. 13 111IL 1111 il i'i '"K f.sv :;V &A --; Rjf i t THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published overy day except 8unday at C09 King Stroet, Honolulu, H. I. BUllSCIlirTION 11ATK8. Pet Month, unywhoro in the Ha- ' wailan Islands 6 75 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexioo 1000 Per Year, 'postpaid, other Foreign Countries.., .13 00 I'nynblo Invariably In Advnnou. Telephone- 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Irritating and Disfiguring ERUPTIONS On the Face, Cured by Ayer's Sarsapariiia Bemrkable Experience of Hin Dorothy Maher, Fitiroy, Victoria, whoso portrait wo art privileged t.giva "below: " I take pleasuro in testifying io tho great benefit I derived from .Ayer's Sarsapariiia. I Buffered from eruptions on my face of a very irritating and vexatious nature For ti considerable time I experi mented with various so-called blood med...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 December 1895

mrm EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30V, 1895 .warimwwtf H& : 2 iiji " " In, f h' r H THE GABLE TO HONOLULU. HR' -.nioirr.CTH op its construction H Music HF Th New York Cable Company In- HH treaae the Capital From TUree BT to Ten Mllllou Dollars. Hew YoitK, December ID. A jioeting of tbo incorporators of 4io Tacifio Cablo Company, ro- oontly' organized undor tbe laws of New York, was held at tho office of tho Central nnd South Jmerioui Telegraph Company Viluy. Tlie following board of directors was elected: J. Pier sont Morgan, Edmund L Baylies Iteorgo S. Bowdin, J. Kennedy Todd nnd .T. A. Scrymser. Mr, Scrymser waa olectod president nd noting troasnror. Messrs. fitter and Lodyard were an ppinttd attorneys. An oxocutivo coinniittuo was ap pointed and authorized to arrange lo incronso the capital stock to 110,000,000. Mr. Baylies, as chairman of the committoo on plan and Bcopo, roported tho esti mates for the cab'o laid and tho nnrjinteo tlint had boen received. .A copy of tho bill int...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 December 1895

a EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1895. k' &V KK l( : ft. I' u h A '? y & LM v A. KAIIIIOIV KSOAl'It. Tlia V, S. S. Cincinnati' Masnr.lno Xrly ltlotvn II i. A Bpocinl dispatch to tho Timos Union at Jnoksonvillo, Florida, from Key West, under doto of Do corabor 11th, says: Yesterday about 2:30 p. in. smoko wns dit oovorod issuing from the coil bunkors noxt to tho mogaziuo on board tho United x States Bteam ship Cincinnati. The bunkors bod not boon opened in tbroo months uud tho fire was from spontunoons combiiBtion. Whon discovered tho fire had bo far progressed as to havo the walls between tho bunkors niul tho magazine red hot. Tho wood on ensings in which tho fixed am munition was inclosed hud boon burned away. As soon as tho alarm was given overy man was at his post, tho magazine flooded and the danger was soon ovor. A fow moments more and the magnzino would havo oxplodod, killing every man on board and wreaking tho ship. Tho coilnoHS of Captain-Johnson and Ihh oilicors and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 December 1895

.t to EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1895 ', - , -;c . ." &.'. IK & w A f.'J rift? fei t R w" 'iJ W wfci m . L? & II AUTHORITY. Water Notice. i accordance with Section 1, Chapter JEQ of the lav,- of 1880. Affpersons holding water privileges or Stew paying water rates for the term end Sip Jun30, 1800, will bo due and payablo atate offloe of the Honolulu Water Works, cmtae 1st day of January, 1896. All rates xamlnlng unpaid for fifteen days after they ran due will be subject to an additional 10 ntent. Kates are payable at the office of the Tiler Works in the Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW BROWN, Z3-14t Supt. Honolulu Water Works. Male f n Tenancy at Will ol the Lot mid Cellar at the "Honolulu Hale', premise on ."Horcliant Street, Ho nolulu, 0hit On 'thursday, January 30, 1810, at 12 u-TJock noon nt tho front cntranco of tho Ibrcntrve Building, will be Hold nt public .-siiliou the Tounucy nt Will of tho vacant rM and cellar of tho Honolulu Hale promis on Merchant Street, Honolul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 December 1895

vr ,'fVI iffiHt&fflFv- """ wwffW5f n ,t EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1895. h i LOCAL AND GENERAL. Jnpaneso thoutor tomorrow night. Band concort at Emma squaro tonight nt 7:30. Hawaiian Lodge ..of Masons moots this oroning. Lots of now things at King Bros, Hotol street. J. H. Fisher and family aro dua by tho Australia on Friday. Thoro will be two excursion trains to Waianao and roturn on Wednesday. Hawaiian wator color X mas cards from 25 cont, up. King Bros, Hotel St. Ex-MiniBter Castlo and Editor Farrinnton will return together by tho Alamoda. Tho races nt Kupioluiii park on Wednesday commence at 1 p. m. slinrp. Tlro monthly social of the Loi llima club takes pliico tomorrow night at tho Indpondonco park. Tho body1 of tho late W. 0. Lane was takon to Kuolau by tho btoumer Kaala. E. P. Dolo goes to Hilo today to roprosout tho government in criminal cases bnforo tho Circuit Court. A gold stick pin with ongruved Diamond Head poudant attached has boon lost. Please roturn to this ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 December 1895

SE.Tr-sa 'S v: v" EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1895. W j &&K 1 T? f a- f .u 1J4 - ?' t, I'lIUUINF.S COJIKT. II Cnn joi bo Soon by "' Nulled r.jre. I'orrino'a cotnct hs grown much briRiitor, and ia now plain ly viBiblo to the naked oye. It is a huzy object of about tho fourth magnitude. On December 16th tho cornel crossod tho sun about 7 degrees to tho south. Its noar OBt approach to the eun oocurrod on Dooerahor 18th at a distanoo of about 18.000,000 tmlos. On Docember l7tli tho oomot attained its maximum brightness, as seon from the earth, boing ut that ttmo over oiglity tiuios as hrinlit. h nt the dlscovorv. About Dt-comber 27th it will bo furthest east from tho sui, at a distance of somo 1!J degrees, whon it y 1 1 1 ngiin upnro.ich tho sun, passing it nbout 8 degrees to tho north on January 11th, when it ag.tin be comes u murniug object Pornuo's comet ib now situated in the oustern part of tho constel lation I.iur.t, in right ascension 15 hours 21 miuutos, and south de ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 December 1895

;jFT 7V EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1895. "PP WIP"'W ww- -t , :- ry-"'. " S : THE IjATF. nil. LANK. Editor Bulletin: In your is sue of Deo. 26, you say of Mr. V. 0.Lanywho hi8 jimt gone to tbo bappy.bunttng grounds, thnt lio camo hero In the early '40V. v Mr. Lane camo hero in tlio oarly , '50V not the '40V. Tlio old Maino hotel, aa it was called in tho olden timo, was not n hotel but a saloon, that wits built and ran aB a saloon, by a Mr. Brown Jnnd a man culled Long Thomson, ''from the yoar '47 up to tho early filtios. It was novor a hospital fclitil in tho late sixties or early sbvontios. Old Timeu. A Student's Letter. Ho was a Germun student, and this was tlio latter ho nddrossod to his undo: "Dour Undo: A very strango thing happonod yesterday. 1 wont to seo.a friondof minoat tho 'bank, vh6',fcat?jvs your handwrit ing very vfbll, and ho thought yu woro ill, ns I had not latoly presented any ohcoks signod by you. Ho bogs to bo rnmoraborod to you, as also do 1; and you might le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 December 1895

EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1895. 1 jff H tf. V- ?Vv, S " IV rALL THE STEAMERS LEAVE. TIIK K1NATJ AND GLMTlilMC Uoril l'Oll I.AUAI.N.t. The Tdk Bit t Worst Agaln-Bark Marina Davis Balls Far i Fraaclaeo. .The bark Annie Jolinion li at Illto. Tlie steamer Mokolll IsJon the marine rail way. The bark Andrew Wilih hat finished dis charging. Tlie bark Newsboy takes lumber from Fusel Sound to Launccston. The liner City of Peking left for Yokohama at ilx o'clock Saturday evening. llic tug Elcu Is at work again after exlcn (Ire repairs and new bolter tubes. Tbo Canadian-Australian liner Warrlmoo I due on Wtducsday for Victoria, 1 lie steamer .Tame Makic brought In SCSO racks ol Ka,iaa sugar on baturdaj ulg1it. The eliamer Claudlnc takes n small largo ami light passcngir list to Maul this tviulng. The steamship Zcalandla has been jiut on the Panama route by the Pacific Mall Com pany. The bark Martha Davis -nltli 1333 tons of sugar from the combination agencies sailed for San Francisco. Tom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 December 1895

aHEJftCi J. h" i Evening Bulletin latCL jSnii), KW WW' Br"1' v ; a- $& fv 38" ir- R '- Y W '-. Fl I. ;r am VOL. 1. NO. 191. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every clay except Sunday nt 009 King Street, Honolulu, 1L I. SUIISCIIII'TIOX ItATKS. Per Month, nnywhero in the Ha- walinn Islands ,8 76 Per Year. 8 00 For Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countrlos 13 00 I'nyulilo Iuviirlnblv In Ailvunoo. Telephone 25G. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Irritating and Disfiguring ERUPTIONS On the Face, Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilia Remarkablo Experience of Mill Dorothy Haher, Fitzroy, Victoria, whose portrait wo are privileged to givo below: "J tuUopleasuio in testifying to the front benefit I derived from Ayrr's Sarsaparilia. I suffered from eruptions on my faco of a very irritating and vexatious nature, l'or a considerable timo I expert 'mmited with various so-called blood medicines, but without any allovia. tion of my trouble. At last, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 December 1895

a' I Y 4) BHHbW i Sunt' i' A NEW FUEL. Promlr!lo IleToliillonlr.tStraa Gen ration ou Sea and Land Mon. Paul d'Humy, a Fronch naval onginoor, at proseiU roaidoul in Liverpool, tbo inTonlor.of- tho- new system of manufacturing ar-mor-platos, has, it is statod, buc cessfally enrriod out a sarios of experiments, having for tboir ob joct tiio converting of petroleum and other oils into n bard, homo geneous muss, suitnblo for uso as inel on board our wnr-ships and othor lurgo soa-going boats. Ho claims for bis invention that it will entirely change the prosent system of propelling fighting-ships and steamers, will havo a marvel lous ofloct on tho commercial in dustries of this and other coun tries, and that tho material is affectod neither by heat nnr cold, and is absolutely sinoko loss and odourless. Ho Ins sue ceettTil in turning these influn mablo oils into bard solid cakes, which, when hot on iiro, burn on ly on the surface, and give off an intense beat. Tho article on be made in cake...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 December 1895

. . . ..wp .Mfc.ufel. . V.-ff.n ( I pwt- -; ., " V EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 31, 1895. MMfrS7c.rwmgBnH0 3 M Jim ?Si f ' , ""What do you moan," nBkod tlio editor, pausing in tho not of blueponciling the now reporter's copy, "by saying that tho orches tra at tho Astorbilt roceptiou was nil broken up." "I oountod oight piocoa," roturnod the now re portor, nhilo the editor said "Oh urn yes," and oloaod his eyes n moment to overcome tlio dizzy feeling, New York lte cordor. "Won't you put your narao down for something for this cha rity?'' "No, 1 will give noth lugl'' "Well, then, will you write your nnmo for $30 for ap pearance Bake?" For appearance sako? Oh, well, I am not stin gyI wiU writoifGO." Pliegondo BInttor. "Oh, 1 am singlo from choice," I said she In a low nnd winning voico. But slio glared at tho speaker si vagoly, "When ho ustted hor "From whose choioe7" Judgo. "What shall I do?" tlic Jockey cried, Ami trembled In tils sliuca; "1 liavo futcotltn Ifl rldo This racu to n In or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 December 1895

''ftqwyf&ntyi&tr. '.fS w; 'w EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 81, 1895. t.i. IP lib i I'- i r '; i " V, I m !" ; f. ' 'J ? r BY AUTH0E1TX. Water Notice. Cu accordance with Section 1, Chapter 3XVIottheUwiofl83C. All persons holding water privileges or Qfcse paying water ratM for the farm end ing Jun 30, 1890, will bo duo nndpayablo jU offloe of tho Honolulu Water YorkB, cat the 1st day of January, 1898. All rate training unpaid for fifteen days after they mtdue will ho subject to an additional 10 77a cent. Kates are payable at tho office of the 'SaUt Works lu the Kapualwn Building. ANDREW BROWN, 2t3-14t Supt, Honolulu Water Works. ,lle ol 1 dinner at Wlllol tliol.nt nnd Cellar ol tho "Honolulu Ilnlc', premise mi Merchant Street, Ho nolulu, Onlin. On Tliuisdny, January ,10, 1S9U, at 12 i)ock noon nt tho trout entrance of tho ICiecntivo Untitling, will bo Hold tit public mrrtiou the Tonnncy at Will of the vacant .V. and cellar of tho Honolulu Halo premis rson Merchant Street, Honolul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 December 1895

feSe ') W. LOCAL AND GENERAL. II J'apanose troupe 'tonight. A Happy Now loar to all. Four inohos of rain fell last night. fTjVolooity Brown iBa passenger by tho Mioworn. Minister Cooper loft for Hawaii on the Kinnu last night. A dance is to bo given on the Bennington on Friday evening. Coupon No. 24 gets the silk dross givon a'way by B. F. EhlerB A; Co. Theo. H. Davioa and his sons aro expected in Honolulu in Feb ruary. Tomorrow boing Now Year's Day thoro will bu no paper issued from this office. Owing to ill-honlth Mrs. Willis, wife of the Amorioau Minister, will not rocoivo tomorrow. Tho Hawaiian Athlotic Asso ciation will have a fiold day on tho 17th of January. Tho monthly social of the Le' Hi inn Club takes pluco nt Inde pendence Park this ovoning. I'rofossor Mnxwoll of the Ex perimental Station is visiting Knuni plantations. Paul Isenborg and Messrs. G. x. uuu a., a. tvueux junior nnuai by the Mikohala last night. Charles Blake wns tho only passenger to leave on tho James AInk...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 December 1895

fmM&BHmlKzp&fm ' jqF? EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 81, 1895. t ' 1 mi 5 r ; W ffW Uv Spurccou nnd a Madman. A volume of romiuleconces of Spurgoon, tho celobruted English pulpit orutor, contains the follow ing anecdote: Ono day a visitor called at Nightingale lane with a request that he might bo allowed to see Mr. Spurgeon at onco on urgont business. Ho waa told that on in terview could not bo had just thon, but persistently prevailed. Ou entoring the study the stranger closed tho door, stood with his back to it and bogan: ""What's this you've boen telling tho people at tho titboin.iclo about mo?'' "Why, nothing, my friond." "Oh, jes, you havo, und 1'vo corao to huvo it out with you. I am not going to have this sort of thing." Seeing that tho mini waB stout and strong and that ho cur ried a slick like himself, Mr. Spurgeon adoplod u soothing, matter-of-fact, reasoning tone: "Well, my friond, you oro a straugor to me. I dou't think 1 ever saw vnu bofoio, and cer tainly 1 don't k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 December 1895

r-A tt-' i I Catliedrnt Entertainment, .vivcharming entortaintnont wan ,giron on Saturday, it tho Catholic Oa'lhodral, in honor of tho Bishop of 'Panopnlis, of tho Hawaiian dioc 280, who was about to loavo on tcfnrof tho Islands. Through tho .Kindness of Mrs. Ju'au Lucas, tho JDoiiLETix prosents its readers with a comploto protjraaiino. An inr jionao audiuncu was proseut an tho rendition of each uurabor wnslexcellont and received vocifer oub fauplauso. , Fallowing is the program: EntVcc: l,e Prajeur Cchcrys. OpejtetU: I.alda, or the Mahomcdan Prin cess: ' CHARACTERS. Isabc la, Queen f Spsln Abalna K The bbcis ol the convent of Zubla... Mills M Ltltlt , the Princess Angela E Latin ) Trinity M Aen( V Boarders I.ucy I. I.col ra ) Mary-A II riYane the gardener's daughter l.ulu 1 1 Laldf Cntncrlsto Mary II A DJ ;j;ar Alice 0 E.NTIl' ACTS. Marcl e.- Strrnbboj Tho COilld nnd the New l'cur Recitation Eaurlante C Milllngton The Children's Friend Recllallon To thu Dlcescd Virgin Recitation Ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 December 1895

''r"v:y. lF"f & . f ' J EVENING BULLETIN, 'DECEMBER 31, 1805. f to vfsJPJw T3WKSJHaainHaiipiiHinaiMiaHaHHajHBBrcBiHpBBaBBBajBBBniHfflPBW'9 n 7 I i i .mmii m""i iii iii iiiim n 5 i ?"f" ft V. 1 , . ?v MIIl'I'IMJ NEWS. A rotigb night but no marine mleliaps In tlio liarbor. Tlio bark Poon ullcd from Holyhead nee 1? for Honolulu. The actwoner Carrier Dove illed from Newcastle Dec 17 for Honolulu. Th steamer Kaual took 300 torn of col to Makawell yetterday afternoon, The sttamer Walaleale brought In 3459 bigi of Kllauca aogar this morning. The bark Alden Iletie which lay abreast of the wind was tugclnr hard at her hawser MI night. Through the deflection of a water pipe the floor of Oceanic dock v,t slightly flooded laat night. The Mlowcra lighted a fcnr-mantcd bark entlno this morning tailing In the direction of Honolulu. The steamer Hawaii brought 4T00 bags of Pauhan sugar and 50 head of cattle from Low's ranch yesterday. Hill Williams sloop was taken away from Jicr anchorage during...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 January 1896

J i) ' -A venm ' . U VOL. 1. NO. 192. HONOLULU, H. I., THUS DAY, JANUARY 2. 189G. PRICE 5 CENTS. w r in I Ml Ml i f IE EVENING BULLETIN.! l Islicd every day cxfcpt Stindny nt ii09 King Streot, Honolulu, H. I. sujiscnrpxioN hates. r Month, nnywhero In tho Hn- a'atinn Islands $ 75 Year. 8 00 Year, postpaid to lAmorica, Canada, or Mexico... 1 1000 Year, postpaid, othon Foreign Conn trios 1.1 00' i nynlito Invnrlnbly In Ailvnuuu. .Icpliono250. TO. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. GENERAL DEBILITY and Indigestion Mmlo Her IJfo Mlornblc, but Slio Is Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilla nil tho testimony of JIr. K. O. 'Innro, Col)urc, Vlclorln, huo jior irnlt Is lo Klicnj Msi Soiuo few years ago I suffered ribly with indigestion and g(-- 1 debility. I could not sledp, I my condition was such as to ko my lifo miserable. Xcno of li many remedies 1 tried d d mo i ' good, nnd I despaired of ever A ting better. Onoof my friends told mo of tho blood-purifying and striiigtli-glvlng properties of Aver's S.us...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 January 1896

plflll fjp '-$ ,'f.fl', s'wm ..--, JT . ' $ Wfr'T1 y iWWrT"3 igpfrii p I Is " ".' I J ' J ' I EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 2, 189G. i . i r r .' "i. & 3IIN19T It IIAYA1ID TALKS. EBuiNo Id of berlnui Trouble Hn Iwcu Knclaud and America ILohdon, Deoombor 18. Tho anual banquet of tho Aofars' MnsTolont Fond- at tho Hotel Metropolis tonight was' the' oo neon of a notable publio clo nwniBtration of good fooling to ward tho United Stat 03 Embus uior, Thomas F. Bayard. The gpests who sat down to tho bnn $aet nutiiherod 150 actors and dramatists, among tbotn boing tikorge Alexandor, S.B. Bancroft, Xdward O'Connor Torry and jHeury Arthur Jones. Sir Francis Jeiino prosidod and at' hid right 31 Mr. Bayard. Tho United States Embassador sjtmed to have lont the doprosscd air which ho wore tliis morning, and entitled with his neighbors ! the tublo and smiled and &i1ked with great animation. !Jioso who anticipated that Mr. ISaiyard's appearunco in publio at Ibis critical time of the relations B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 January 1896

' m J. EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18'JO. imfmwiKwwwdiiiwui LECTURE COlillSE. o Ilo lnnnjuriou nui Saturday Evenlug. On Saturday OYoninc next, at 4bo Y. M. 0. A. Hall. C. B. Hlp- iey will deliver tbo drat of a actios M lootures to bo dolivorod during tho months of January and Feb ftary. Tbo subjects nnd lec itlrors for tbo full oourflo are mon bolow: Jn 4 "BtcreoptlconiLccture on CMIfornU" n b5 Ripley and 0. M..Hedemnn 1 (IOO.umgnlllcont tlew() Sn. H-"Tbe Battle of Waterloo" Lecture by Colonel MoLean, Na tional Uuard of llnwnll. Illustrat ed with charts. Jan. 18 "Ancient, Medlicial end Modern Surgery." Lecture uy Dr. U. Ult frd Ryder. flu, 85 '"Stcrcoptlcon Lecture on Southern laietline euonini; ticusoi neu ron, Solomon's Pools, Jcrmalera within tho City nml suburbs, Moi niies, Tombs, Mount of OIUci, Je rico, Bethany, Jordan, etc. Iter, Douglas 1 Ulrnlc. Feb. 1-"The Hawaiian Constitutions." Lcc fl turo by Hon.7 A. F. Judd, Chief t justice supreme court. Feb 8 "Tennyson Evening." Lectu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 2, 189G T ". tt ir r, 'W ATTTJTOHITY Jftl xlU x LLVilJ. -- Water Notice. , 2 accordnnco with Section 1, Chapter ZXSZol tho laws of 18S0. JS persons holding water privileges or Slate paying water rates for tho term end ScJunn 30, 1S90, will be due and pnyablo Bu offlco of the Honolulu Water Works, vm&e 1st day of January, 1890. All rates zanalnlng unpaid for fifteen days aftor they anatdue will bo subject to an additional 10 asretnt. Sates nro payable at tho ofllco of the W&r Works in the Kapualwn Uullding. ANDREW BROWN, 123-14 1 Supt, Honolulu Water Works. Teacher' I'.xniiiliintlou. An elimination for Primary Grado Cer a&TatCHUill beheld by II S. Townscnd, nonxctor-Geuenil of Schools, nt the llono Jtu School-house, Hamakua, Januaiy III .d February 1, 1810. An examination will :jt be held at the Aiunkca School-house, $th Kohala, February 14 and 15, 180(1. SX OftDKU OF TUB 1'OVlll) OF EllUCATIOS. 190-3t 3r; Evei. Bulletir?, DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. T...

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