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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 January 1896

ym"''" , ttf-i t, -rMtf'l'-W'"y EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 2. 18Sa. . .rr.yrjtryv.W"? ' TC ,iT '"Mi, 7 ; M fi fy I I i LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tbo public library was closed all day yestorduy. It is estimated that Now York hns no less than 10,000 opium smokers. Tho usual Wednesday evening eorvices wero hold nt the churches last night. Waiunao plantation has oom moncod grinding this year's orop of cano. Dr. H. V. Murray has. a notice concerning his ohnnge of office hours commonoing yostorduy. S. K. Knno, tho attorney, will succeed tho Into Mr. Kawninui ns a momber of tho Council of State Miss Knto Fiold wmb an inter ested obsorvor of tho rocoption proceedings yestorday morning. Tho bontboy8 decorated tho boat landing in n vory pretty munnor yesterday with evorgrcons nnd Innterns. Tho Hawaiian band furnishod delightful music during tbo Presi dential rocoption yesterday morn ing. Jopnn offers to supply the United States with an unlimited quantity of good bicycles ut $12 each. Honry Smith, as ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 January 1896

fy'l "! "Xl" EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 2, I89G. w m r '-t. IT HI . Yl.Iiif.VTKD STnATIINEVIS. ly-4 1 ah A11 vntia Ilvflaniiiml ntt KZn Awtl '' ' vfr. m. vnvaimwt. iiiW tf if " J mo jitiowera'A a-rtntcuor. 9 ' Thq Miowom'a p.issongers pro- Boniod Chptain Stott with tho following address in roooguition of hia efforts to savo tho ill-fated steutnor Strutlmovis: t "To Captain Stott, It. M. 3. Mio- worn: 'Tho passengers by your stoam- er from Vancouver, B. C, to Syd- noy, N.b. v., on uer uooemnor ,trip, foel it thoir bounden duty to (testify to tho cmrngeoua' and fheroio endeavors of yourself, oili cora nnd crow to savo tho ill-fated iStruthnevin. "Although your c(Tirts. for six days. Wf-ro unavailing, owing to rilii liniiaiiil onvnrit.v rf f.lin f weather, thoy most sincerely b- .. liovo that you are deserving of all comtnoiumuin. inoy nave ueen doep.y improascd with tho fear lessness 11 nd fuithfulnoss displayed by. you during this most trying ordi'iil, and feel confidont that all that...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 January 1896

-laqnir' Tf'?l,,f7P T' ' "" .yflW-JMrc FflSPPfV ,SI w '" I ?.-Wft, t, 'Af EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 2, 1896. . ) X t l" ill v 4 $ i i I r .mo ... rrw'TII'i New Onicora mid Truatoca for tlio Iln iilS Vcar. On Tuosday Inst nt tbo annual moeting of the Honolulu Suitors' Homo Society held at tho room 'of Ohnmbor ol Coinmorco, T,rea-, surer P. 0. Junes bubmittod "his annunl report, showing re'ddiplfi from donation to be $500, and, balunoi) on hand 6324. Sixlru's- 'toes woro elected as followsV PU 0. Jones, J. H. Paty, U. M. Cooko, T. R. Walker, R. Lewers, F. A. Sohnofer. Aftor tho mooting adjourned tho newly-oloctod board of trua toos wont into session and eloctod tho following officers: J. I. Dow sott, president; T. May.vicp-prosi-dontj F. A. Solinofor, s-crotary; T. R. Walkor, treasurer. Exe cutive Committee J 13. Ather tou, chniruian; J. T. Wutorhouso, J. F. Hnckfold. sa mm Easiness Cards. Chocolate Emulsion is for salo by tho HOLLISTER DRUG CO, 1 30-tf ARonts lor tho Hawaiian Islands...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 January 1896

"V F v . I) - K' v. "M s i 5 " .8 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 2, 1896. w i bu ffc. r h FL01SAW1 AND JETSAM. iiAitici:vriNr. oiias. v. cuooki:k LADKN Wiril NEWCASTLE COAL. Stenmtr Ivvalanl and Hake In Port Cruller Haltlmare Coaling Other Wttterlrout New Today. Thcltnor Mlowcra sailed for the Colonics at Id o'clock Inst night. Tlio Utile Mokolll Is oil the marine railway and alongside Klnau wharf. The steamer James Makee with 20JK1 bags of Kcalla sugar on board came tu last nlulit. Tlio promotion of custom guard Sclimt'dcn to bo Inspector Is a dcocrrcd tribute to a rus . toms cmplnjcc who has a courteous word for cvciybody and knows his duty. The American barkcntlnc Clias F Crocker, I'lltz master, 50 days Irom Newcastle with about I'J'.Hi loiiA of coal on hoard, enmc Into port esiiTday afternoon. Ilcr cargo Is con elgueilto Wilder t Co. ARRIVALS. Stmr James XInkee, l'clcrson, from Kcalla. Am bktn Clias K Crocker, I'lltz, from New- i castle. j Stmr Keauhou, Tliompnon, from Oaliu ports. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 January 1896

Evenin ullctiii 1 tV M VOL. 1. NO. 193. HONOLULU, H. I.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 'Hi' 189G. PRICE 5CENT& ,V 7." .- y. 'THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovcry day except Sundny nt v COO King Street, Honolulu, II. I. 8UIISCllTIOX KATES. Tcr Month, nnywhoro In tho Ha waiian Islands 3 75 .Per Year. 8 00 )Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 fPor Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 l'nynblo 'Invnrlnbly in Artvnnco. 'Telephone 230. P. O. Box 89. B. LfflNNEY, Manager. rurtE di Oi.r. LI LA IAA v LUUU is tl:3 source of good health. ' Jftysr'sSai'saparilla ., ffifas Vuro Blood, t, Stranairens tho Norvos, i. .5 i unci pern tho Appotiio, llcniovji thai Tired Fooling, and Hairs Ufa Worth Living. Sufferers fromlndiges- tiou, general debility, skin diseases, or I nnvntlinr nll- lSAPAB.W$ ment arising V-'!- V V'G from imnuro X. O ' S 'ioll sll0Ui(1 tp .-, ..in" PVJEW tako s ( fC ;' VCili :t tli: World' Great Expositions. " ?,!i'roo'cliPnpluiitntloM. Tho t ijiiu Ayov's Siirsii...

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

fJHfPPllP!IW!l WV'A'Wf --v'r'. EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 3 189G. hh ' V miunwaammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJm i i r r tmww . w ii f I; El . ,f .?; t. , PJV w- K. In IB) i M LETIN. lEItltlKIiK ATLANTIC COrtllJEIl. Strike h Ulc Liner with Dliimtroui ' IteaalU. New York, Docombor 17. Tho Pronoh lino steamship Lb Oham pugno, wmcn arrivoa touay irom Havro, diBOOvorod a wave, uuppos od to bo of tho cumulativo sort, in midooo.n on Friday morning, and not boing ablo to rido or dodgo it, waa forcod to take its towering crost aboard. Before tbo ships bond could bo ;3wung around, tbo wall of water thund ered uboard abaft tho bridgo almont amidships. Tho timbers of the promonado deck rang like an ltnmonso drumhead under tho battering of tho wavo. The ship staggered, almost stopped for a few seconds and thon reeled away over to uoit under tho pres sure of the wave, which luckily did not hnvo a uiato m its wake. After tho shock of tho impact tho olectiio lights wontout, and thoro aroi-.p n medley ot scr...

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

t. & Hi r, V .i. m " -". 'in i nietliocln Employed Tlmt Would Ilnre Delighted Ifiiruum. "What is tho aeorot of tho im portance and influonco of tho (London Timea?" I asked a pro .minent M, P. who is spending a Jew wcoks in this country. "Tho mystery thut surrounds ith authorship of the articlos on its editorial pago," was tho re ply. "Nobody except tho editor-in-chiof knows who writes for tho Timos. It .has no staff occupy ing desks in editorial rooms like tho ordinary nowspapor, but its articlos are all writton on tho outside. The editor-in-chief sends tho important topics of tho duy to different persons, who furnish tho loadors. Many 6f thorn nro gratuitous; the rest are pnid for by tho column, the rato varying according to tho importance of tho writor. luoro is a puuna tm pressipn that nil tho londers in tho Times aro writton by tho great men in tho British empire, and when a subsoribor of tho Timos opens tho damp shoot in tho morning lie always looks first at tho editorial p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 January 1896

' 'J DK, WTOTU rj i., . i ywW to" EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 3, 18. rj WA' PyR3t.l" F4- ! ' ff?. t r,, r i" .:'. yj-f ir-. e$ . 'u feVA .-' r. R. -' kS ' 1 Yii,&uV 11 AtJTHOBlTT. Water Notice. &i accordance with Section I, Chapter SatSloltbe laws of 1880. JUflyersous LoWlng water privileges or Stow-paying water rates for the term end ttfcJun 30, 1896, will bo due and payablo ? offlco of the Honolulu Water Work, aOe 1st day of January, 1806. All "tes sanining unpaid for fifteen days after thoy amdmtr will be subject to an additional 10 pfnetnt. 3Catcs are payablo at tho ofllco of the VRUct Works in the Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW DROWN, CSW4t Supt, Honolulu Water Works. 3r)3 Evei)ii7$ Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. , .TJilDAY- - -JAN. 3, 189G. OBSERVATIONS. Lirgo purchases of cnal by tho !Savy Dopartmont for storage at jSonolulu givos tho quo to a yashington oorrospondout to arvske up moro "not imnrobabloM pfculntions on tho ocoupation of Tearl Harbor as a naval station. Tfriclo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 January 1896

"WfTWfm i !''t V V t r A LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tho bund will play at the hotel this evoning. Presidont Dolo will tako a trip to Hawaii nrxt weok. Tho Wnrrimoo took awuy 1(592 lottors nnd 878 pa pel a taut night. G. J?. Wilder has beon elected to active membership in the Paci- uo lonniB vjiud. Tho offiooro ol tho Bonnington will give a dance on board that vessel this ovening. Tho Warrimoo had 115 tons of raw sugar from Australia in hor cargo.- Now offioors of tho Scottish Thistlo Club will bo installod this evoning. Miss Angus hrs boon appointed nn extra teachor in tho Chinese school. Tho toaohors' examinations nt tho Fort street school nro in pro gross today. Tho United States Congresa ro sumos its sossion today uftor tho holiday vooation. V. E. Brown, formorly of tho Gnzotto Company, is now with the Sftfo Deposit (Jompany. L. B. Korr nnd Harry Lewis oxpect to loavo for tho Coast by next Monday's stoamor. ThoHollister Drug Company advertise Icealino, a wondorful food presorvativo. W. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 January 1896

khjw ,w ; EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 3, 1896. i V 7.1 T C. 1? 'h,K ' ' m.' fpl; v V 5W- fe W I Ri AVILIi OIVi: ANOTIim JULIiION. Itockelollcr Will nuiillcnto tho Ollt of HII Culver. ' Ohicaoo. December 17. Tho Timca-Heruld's Now York oorros pondont Bays: A new light has como to John D. Rookofellor ro gnrding tho gift made by Miss Oulver to tho University, of Chica go. At first Mr. Rockefollor would not disouss the matter further than to say that thoro was uo truth in tho stgry, but yesterday bo said to n roporter: "1 bnvo received, a tologram from President Harpor announc ing the fuot of Miss Culver's gift. At first I believed ttiere was a mis take. Tin' gift is genuino, and I will glndly tuako good ny pro mt so made several weokSitgo, and will duplicate Miss Quiver's mil lion." Mr. Itookofoller declined to sny whothor ho would advanca tho cash or give tho million in inter-est-piiying securities. He sent tho followiug dispatch to President Harpor of Chicago: President W. It. Hurpcr, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 January 1896

It 5. ,,f- w wmmm -' :-i ii ) UMMMfflt j HIS SKIN LIKE am AitMon. Herllit Stan fur Whoiii Slmrp-Polnted ' Wcnpom llitvo No Terror. In Berlin a SihglmloBO bnllios all investigations by .physicians by tho impenetrability of tho skin, says the London Daily Graphic. Tho bronzed oastorner, a herculos In shape, claims to have found an olixir which will rondor tho human skin imporvious to any metal point or shnrponod otigo of a kuifo or dnggor and culls himself tho "Man With tho Iron Skin." It is truo that it has been imoossiblo to even scratoh his skin with sharply pointod naila, with finely ground knives and daggers. Ho is now exhibiting himaolf and his greatest feat is to pass with his ontiro body through a hoop, tho inside of which is hard ly big ouough to admit his body and is closely sot with sharp knifo points, dtiggors, nails nnd other equally pleasant trifles. Through this hoop ho squoezos his body with absoluto impunitj. Tho physicians do not agreeo us to his immunity nnd somo of...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 January 1896

m f?v vv k. Vi . ' yaw.- aw- tu rn ( mj. ' 1 -c ?, iW - L VU 1V ' '. t J PW I" V- v iw B- P' n JHINiHa t. . THE AUSTRALIA- ARRIVES. HOHOOMIlt It. W. LOKA SAILS $ l'on Tin: oauoi.im: jsi.ks. , 1 Item Alone flliore Today Maltee and lCemihon to tlio Giirdcii Isle I'orelcn Shipping New. Tlie bark Mohican received the sugar olT the Iualanl yesterday. The steamer Iualatil leave tor Hamakua tomorrow afternoon. The liner Warrlmoo left for Vancouver nt nine o'clock last night. The schooner King Cyrns Is dlscliarKlng coal at new Fort street wharf. Hie Bennington Is decorated with Inintlwc for a grand ball to the ofllrers of the linltl morc to ho given this evening. Tito MIlonnry schooner R W Logan, Captain llray, lift for the Caroline Islands to day with a carjjo of bibles and tracts and four rwusciiRers. The following memoranda Is furnished by Hie Australia' 8 ptirncr! Sailed from San Krnnclco. Dec 28, W, at 10 a m. with 40 Cabin and lfl 8tcernue pasenj;cr and forty five baits mal' Experienc...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 January 1896

"fir v Ta I, Evenin ulletiii 4 rj I. .W rw . ' & SEi7irv H . i VOL. 1. NO. 194. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY. JANUARY 4. 1896. PRICE 5 CENTS. to ; ' i 'i i t; x A" . t- 1 ft v, '1a, 'if r a ,1ft-'- THE EVENING BULLETIN. Publiabod overy day oxcopfc Sunday nt 009 King Strcot, Honolulu, II. I. SUUSCItlPTION ItATLS. Per Month, nnywhoro In tho Ha waiian Islands 3 75 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to Araorlca, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 IA3nblo Invariably In Advnnoo. Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. GENERAL DEBILITY and Indigestion Mado Uor Llfo Mlacrnble, Imt SUo Is Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilla Jtrmt tbo tcntlmony of Mrs. 1 O. Monro. ColHiri,', Vlctorln, wloso ior trult Is Him client firJSMfM "I Pome few years ago I suffered terribly with indigestion und gen oral debility. I could not Bleep, unci my condition was such as to nwko my lifo miserable. Xono of the many remedies 1 tried did mo any good, mid I despaired of over...

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

gwra'pt '&mm',yigflfln .5 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 4, 1896. ' Ji ?- r - I- thi: rnoro.SEDri.oAN. It Wilt Probnbiy Ainonut to One ' llutxlrad Million. New York, Decombor 2G.-f-Tho Evoninc Post says: SoveruUlead- ing bankors called on J. PiTrptJbt Morgan nnd August Belmont to day. From ono of them it was learnod that probably by tomor row or Saturday the public would recoivo nRBiminoo that another Government loan would bo. suc cessfully floutod, and tho amount would bo $100,000,000. Tho Nbw York Stook Exchange hold a called meeting today, the attendanoo boinc; very small. Re solutions wore unnniiuouBly ndopt ed urging upon CongreBB tho do sirubility of following tho lines of Cleveland's suggestions nnd tak ing action for immediuto reliof, - without rogird to puny politics Chicago, Decomber 2G. A spcciul from Washington to tho lntfr-Ocoim snyH: Tho investiga tion which the Republican inoin beis of tho Ways and Means Committee havo made into tho workings of tho new tariiF law devel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 January 1896

"? ,i,Li L. J BYEK1NG LULLETIN, JANUARY 4, 180G. MWWWMWl il I il 'HJBHWHliIH lllMm. I JiaiiinluMMlM WW .!!. Ill 1 1 I A DISCOVERY. ) He l'lnfli n Klodlcliia ofllnro Virtno He X'lmt Cure lllnincir With It and rtien Proscribe It for III FntlenU With Aratllrlne tlemilU. Dr. Sumuel L. Brown, says the David City, Nob., Tribnno,' is ono of tbo pionours of the city and ib well known in all putts of tbo ud jnoont country whore ho baa prac ticed medicine for tbo past twenty years. Dr.'Brown tells tbo fol lowing story of bis ouro from partial paralyse: "Sorao six or sovon years ugn, I wus uttaokod by partial paralysis which niTectod my loft fliilo to such an oxtunt that I was obliged to give up tho larger part of my practice. I could hobble around by tho aid of crutches, but my caso Boomed to resist treatment and 1 considorod mysolf doomed to go through the remaindor nf my hfo u paralytic cripple. About a year ago I rend of a medicine callod Dr. Williams' Pink Pills curing a ciiso similar to ...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN ,r JANUARY 4, 189G. ' V t , ,! I? ,-3'' V w ?r . Kf r. -' 4. . - , 1 BI ATJTH0E1TY. Water Notice, 3 accordance 'with Section 1, Chapter JJEVI of tho laws of 18S0. AH parsons holding water privileges or Ufose paying water rates for tha term end jg Junn 30, 1890, will bo duo and payable rt the office of tho Honolulu Water Works, an tha 1st day of January, 1890. All rates aeoaining unpaid for fifteen days after they an dne will be subject to an additional 10 -gar cent. Sates nro payable- at tho office of the Water Works in the Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW DROWN, 233.141 Supt, Honolulu Water Works. 5 Euepii Bulletii, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. SATURDAY - -JAN. 4, 18. OBSERVATIONS. I What in to bo done with the rc anpttirod opium from Victoria ? Unconsisteiitly shipped nwny and aold ognin in countries that do not regurd till traffic in it as a jrimo the snme way ns Hawaii .floes? It is Raid tho stuff is trnsh ss opium rocs, and it therefore looks liko a swindle to foist it on co...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 January 1896

V.V V, -Jr. EVENING BULLETIN, JANUAHY 4. 1896. tf KW3WM T 13 J; I J LOCAL AND GENERAL. Publio schools reopen on Mon day. Colonel Norm of Hawaii is in tho city. Miss Grnu hus rotnrned from Lor visit to Kuuiii. W. B. Sims is again nt his desk in Wilder & Co.'b office. Fish wero plentiful and cheap at tho market this aftoruoon. Mbssrs. MoOorriston and Billey camo over from Molok'U on tho Lohua. Tho Hawaiian band will play at Emma square this afternoon at 4:30. Sonator W. H Kicp and family arrived on tho Mikahala this morning. J. W. Miison, tho Oku coffee planter, is again in towu, having arrivod on tho Hall. Tho now nichi schnol will com mence on Monday with about sixty. pupils. Thore was a very largo crowd at tho hotel last night to listen to the band concert. Tho Lrgislaturo will meet tho second week in February, and that is not far off. The weok of prayer of tho Cen tral Union church commences tomorrow. Tho' Hawaiian Nutional Band aro stranded and starving at Mnsillon, Ohio. Tho...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 January 1896

mmtM 'wwrW'' ?gswr TOrT$PPPifl EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 4, I89G. v 9J, ? m B: try ' t-v " jV ;, 6 ' "$ " ciiimcu smvici.5. f ' Wlicro Honolulu People May ov tilp 'lomorrow Central Union Church, cornor Beretn nl and lllchards streets. Douglas P. lJlr nie, minister. Services fur,Sunday, Jnnu ary Gthi 9.55 . m., Sunday school nnd llibto class. At 11 a . Public worship and sermon, followed by tho rccoption of new members nml tho sacrnmout of tbo ' Lord's supper. 3 30 p. m Junior Christian Endearor meeting. 6:30 p m., consecint- .ed meeting of tho Y vP 8 0 B. 7:30 p m. publio worship and sermon: After-meeting in the parlors. Sunday schools: Jnpaneso nt Lyceum, 10 a in.; Portuguese on Miller street, nt 2:30 p in. Tho week of prnyer will bo observed by n service every evouing ut 7:30. A cordial wclcomo for all at overy service. St. ANimEw'flCATiiFimAL Cathedral ser. vice, (1:30 n. in., celebrntlou of tho Holy Communion, lln.ni., Matins with sermon. 7.30 p.m., evensong with sermon. 1 ho se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 January 1896

U.J the JO ns: and"1 .In lea. St. ten ds, "f 'V '"'f C " EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 4, 180G. jPj T rnoHouKCK ron rmcr. 1 BnTF! VllMBI Businoss Cards. Business CardsI rilctnagoa from tlio l'rlnco of Wale nnd Others. New Youk, Decombor 24. Tho "World will tomorrow publish tbo following cablegrams received in roply to its rt-quost for opinions upon the Venezuelan situation, tbo first being from Snndringbnm and ronding ns follows: "Sir JFrfthois Knolles is desired by tbo Prinoo of Wulos and the Duko of York to thank Mr. Pulitzer for tbo cablegram. Thoy earnestly trust and cannot but believe that 'Iho proseut orisis will bo arrangod $a a manner satisfactory to both countries and will bo succeeded by the same warm fooling of friendship which bus existed bo twoen them for so many years." From tho B'sbop of London: "With all my hoart, 1 pray to God to avert from this country and tho United States tho crime and disas ter of war botwoon thorn, und I think it tho boundon duty of every mun in bo...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 January 1896

U,r' vtyl J Pa .., TE..' "i fc if hM- FLO! SAP1 AND JETSAM. TIl-iSTfcA!lti:it JIIKAHAI.A nHINW iahi:n isi.k mjmaii. Steamer I.ehun From MoloUlW. . llnll From th KoniKau ' nonte-Oitarr I.nnc Shore Item The steamer Leliua came In from Molokal this rooming. Tlie steamer Lehim went on tho marine railway today. The barkentlne Clia F docker Is dtclmrg Inp; htrcarp) ot eoal at the Mall whatf. ' The schooner .fohn D Tallaut failed from San Fronclc, Dec 25, for Kahulul with mcrcliamlle alucd at ?5,000. Tho atl-atnrr V G 'Jail with 8.VS1 ba;s of Kail mijar. .'! head of cattlo and a lot of pas fin'tfr '"'""' in yesterday afternoon, Tomoinn, Sunday lileh tldu large at 7.0' a in: ln'li tide aindll nt b:'J0 p m; low tide large 1 I' m, 1JT tide small .2.1 a m. The steamer Mikahila brought 5200 bags of Kolun ami Ilnnamatilu sugar and a small lit of pas'i'iigcra from the Garden Isle this morning. The steamer Walmanalo sailed Into the liirbor at li ilf-past seven o'clock last ntjrlit having lost Iter...

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