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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 January 1896

r -wv 'fypv" jft? ,v,i5PjP? &' EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, 1896. tiftX v,"f. "f " J h" i . 1M w LOCAL AND GENERAL. 0. M. Oooko left or Kauai last night by tho Wuinloalo. Company G moots tonight for business and drill. Mrs. Groto and childron of Ho nokaa enmo over on the Iwalani. Harry 0. Austin is captain of tho reorganized Citizens Gunrd of Hilo. Tho fiimily of the now Inspoctor Goneral of Sohoola will resido at Hilo. N. S. Saohs offer a wook of bar gains in towols, tablo damasks and bod spreads. Minister Coopor and Mujor J. W. Jones returned by the Kinau yesterday. Tho bark S. N. Castlo is expect od to sail for San Francisco to morrow at 10 o'clock. Company 7 of tho Citizens' Guard, Captain Hiugloy meets tonight at tho lteform School. Corporals Fetter nnd Parker of Company A havo paused satisfac tory oxiuniuutions. Hhus, the popular bootblack at Roach's barber shop, is onrollod as a pupil at tho night school. E. F. Bishop, G. P. Wildor, It. Lishman and E. Horner wore among th...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 January 1896

j& " i r 1 W , t f " ' "r 6 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, I80G. V mi: iwsrr.i'it issrnurr,. (Continued from 1st page.) diphtheria toxino, which coos into solution in the liquid. This bou illon ia then filtcrod through a Pnsteur filter, which pnrmits tho i pnssngo of tho liquul toxino, but filtors out tho gortns. This golu tion toxine may ho kept for any ength of tjtno. In order to de orraiuo its stnvRth oxporimont is mnde upon rabbits, tho weights of which aro known, by which monnr it is determined what vol 11W0 of tho tuxiue it will tnke to kill ono pound of animal. Know ing the' weight of tho horse and tho poisoning power of tho toxino, it is ensy to cnlcul.tlc, and conse quently to nvoid, tho fatal doso for tho or-o in question, tho In rsu bi'ing given a doso less th.v thnt which will produce death. Tho piesenco of this toxino in tho lioiso's blood stimulates un ture to pre duce un nnti-toxino to i counteract. As the do03 of tox-' ino gradually increase tho quanti ties of anti...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 January 1896

1 "' B EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, 189G. 7 j vm m.mi)0tAitMrMmi0imMl.-iMmwMuakmwrnmHtmm , mi i m ..i .11 . ..njim mmimiMii mi im 1 1 ,mm , tmiwu.jliuiu.ii fMfflflH . c,r, I -fX-JWTJffla E -" Card, "Waste No, n ffl It Froiulie to Snrpnin Alt Otlioni In Kcutucli). Bowlinq Gueen, Ky., Deo. 20. Tho soction of country lying north of this plnco, fomons for its im monEO Oivorus, bna yioltlod an other cnvo vrhioh promisos to far surpass nny that I1113 proviously boon discovered, tho Mammoth oavo not txcoptod. Tho ontranoo to tbrmowly disojvorod cavern is inj Edmonson County, and only two! milrs from tho Mammoth. It is culled "Oolossal Oavo " Nothing of tho intorior of this cavo wus known until recontly, nnd it has ns yot boon only par tially explored. Exploring partios havj ontored it for upward of twolvo miles without finding tho ornls, and they mt with in w and ynried attractions at tviystep. Oi.o of tiomos curu us forma tions is in tho shape of a gigantic piano in Floral Hull. It is per...

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

ns "W..W-. .f.aV , fWfrJfi vv- 'srr ' "l iS'-ZaWi-STJLV TJ i " ' EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, 1896. Piwvt xamifcjwifnwiiiMwWMifrfrriAniiw ' T f- 4 t I r v ! l?' THE WJITERFRONT. STKAHIKIl KINAI' AHItlVES 1'llOM tin: volcano ism:.. The Iwalanl Bring the Honokaa Sneir-Nteamtr Kcanhon to !. haluaOther Ncxra Alone shore To -day. Tito bark Santiago Mill at Hllo. Fine weather on the Hatnaktia const. Tlic Italian crultcr Clirltforo Colombo It coaling. I.lner Mariposa enroute to tlie eoant from tlie Colonies U duo tomorrow morning. Tlio Mi'iuntlilp Ktnati brought In a large Hit of passenger and a small freight from Hawaii jeMcrilaj afternoon. Tomorrow, Thursday lilch tide largo at 0 mm lihrji tide Final! at J0.JI5 p m; low tide law 4:5!! p in; low tide email 0:48 ft m. Walplo gulch linn changed Ub name to Sal vation liarbor. Purser Oruliu U the bead ic vlvaiist of the army now located at that place. The popular barkcntinc S N Cattle, captain Ilubbaid, b' ivm fur Sun Francisco tomorrow morni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 January 1896

5f I' tf ulletin v nin HK; h iJl iS v VOL. 1. NO. 198. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day excopt Sunday nt 609 King Strcot, Honolulu, II. I. SUJtSCllU'TION HATES. Per Month, nnywhoro in the 11a- wallnn Islands 8 75 Per Year. W Por Year, postpaid to Amoricn, Canada, or Mexico ............ 10 00 Por Year, postpaid, olhor Foreign Countries w w jnynllo Itivurliililv In Advnueo. Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL TEA0HEU OF THE Kesirtenoo with Mrs. E. E. Willi, Berctn uia anil Miller Htnots. Address 1 O. Box 403. 102-lm $250.00. "THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE sum ol two hundred uud fifty dollar to any person or iierHons connected with ljio i'uclllo Comimrcml Advertiser" or the Hawaiian Oazotto Company, who will point out ft word or a lino of "immoral or Inde cent" matter in the Dcceudior number of The Hawaiian. Judgment an to matter to bo rendered by t ho Now ork Herald, the Now Yuk Evening l'". ur, tuo, w ' Tork Times. Criticism to bo submitte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 January 1896

') r' "Tfp n"WTp-'B ; EVENINQ BULLETIN, JANUARY 9, 189G. WiPT' Wpl ' ff& m&SPT't WBMMWPMilif mwwai vwmwmmw mm viini " ,. II" V . Daughter of the Confederacy. Tho patriotic women's societies of the country aro now re-enforced by nuotber, tho National Daughters of the Confed eracy, which has for its object n sister hood of the arious organizations ofi women in the south, jiija nonpolltlcnlj and is dosignod solely 'to cnltlvato' tho' ties of friendship among tho sonthern women. This new association embraces several others, such as the Monnmentnl association, organized for tho purpose of erecting a tribnto to tho dead nt Mount Oliret, and tho Ladios' Auxiliary, tho first association of women in tho south formod to act with gcntlomon. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary, in conjunction with tho men, applied to tho legislature for a portion of tho oldHormitago tract. This was given, with a sum sufficient to put tho placo in ordor and oroct tho comf ortablo quarters which now sholtor almost 100 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 9, 189G. y 'iianwim mjiimiui HIWMWMWW lticn man o.v 'iiit: voncu. AVonltli Oivneil by u Utile l'ntroliuaii of Xcvr York, Tlio most ttuly lemurkublomnn ou tbo Now York police foioo wuh an insignificant - booking littlo patrolman who nightly patrolled post 33, us tlio beat on tho oast Bide of tho Sixth avenuo, from Fifty-fourth to Fifty-ninth street, is known. Ho is an Irishman, undorsizod, but 8tockily,built, and from n distance looked liko a very young man. But ho is not n young man, is Pulrolmnn Thomas 0' Itourko, huTiug lived through forty-four years. During h:s twonty-ono years of service O'llonrko bus boon shifted from product to precinct with tbo same regularity that nil patrolmen are changed about. But, unlike his companions, he took advantage oi tbeso shifts to look about for real estate bargains. Ho hud a littlo money when ho joined the force, and with bis savings ho wns able, ti do a little profitable speculation in leal otatu before he had boon tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 January 1896

f&yr' WlWJPfP,,1W!ifJRp EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 9, 1896. V i ? m i BI AUTH01UTY. CIRCULAR. In a circular formerly issued by Ibis Board on the subjoct of religious tenoning in schools, reference was made to tbo font that in tbo statutes relating to the Bureau of Public Instruction it is provided that no person in holy orders or minister of religion gball bo eligible to till tho offlco of President of tho Hoard of Education or of Inspector 'General. Again, nrticlo 07 of tho existing Constitu tion declares that " no public money shall be appropriated nor pnblic land convoyod o or for tho support orbenofit of any scc arian, denominational or private school," c. The evident intention of theso provisions that thcro shall bo no religious tenching n tho public schools supported by the Gov ernment, but that they shall remain strictly non-wctnrmn and secuUr. Tho chool buildings sliou'd tlicrcforo bo used only for purposes peitrtiulng to tho public education of the children of tho counti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 January 1896

1 EVENING BULLETIN, .TANUAKY 9. 1896. fl LOCAL AND GENERAL. Zimlooh tonight at 8 Qaeolino for stovouso $3.25 por oaso at King Bros. Subaoribp for tho Evening Bulletin, 75 centB pur mouth. Honolulu Commandery,Knights Templar, meots this ovening. Among tho imports by tho Ma riposa today rvoro 200 oases of mullot. Tho Hawaiian band plnys at Thomas equaro this aftornoon lit 4 o'clock. Presidont Dolo will bo tho guest of Samuel Parker during part of his visit to Hawaii. Ceoil Browu has boon appoint ed recoivor of tho Club Stables Company by Judgo Whiting. Miss H. E. Matthews and Miss Annio Tucker wro passengers by the Mariposn for this poit. S. Both has an ntdor to make two now gowns of office for JusjHcoh of llio Supremo Court. Tho monthly n etiug of tho Young Men's Christian Associa tion tukes place tonight nt 7:30 o'clock. A railing has boon erected in the main courtroom, to Beparato the public from tho space occu pied by tho court. Tho larceny charge against Kalakahuna hus boon suspo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 January 1896

V '. w EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 9, 1800. 2 i r: ! . i i($ U I 'i t Iti' i v i -i t, 1 j it Mr fr , r. ( , ?"' M. r is v E. . AM OLD MAN AFFLICTED. WEALTHY AND DMJI.AHED A LU NATIC AT NINCTT YEA ItS The Nnme M11HI1 Wm Not Good F.iioiirIi tor Illm Story of Lome NimccIi. About u mouth ugo, Amor de Cosmos, a politician of British Columbia who is moro than uino ty yoars old, waa declared a lunatic by tho Supremo Court, and his largo rstuto placed accord ingly in tho hands of trustees llts roal name was William Smith but, thinking that too common, ho long ano had it changed by tho courts in Cali fornia to tho moro aristocratic one that ho tins sinco boruu. Amir do Cos nos wont toBrit'sh Colum bia from California in 1858, and soon booiiino a powor in polilica. "When tho province joined tho Dominion ho was made local piomior, but ho was uot content until ho became u mumbor of tho Dominion Parliament. Thoro, in spito of the egotism that was his main weakness, ho commandad attontion ' and fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 January 1896

.ijrnr r f 1" - -ff .".! ?'1'?wwi EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 9, 189G. 3mi ii i inn iiinmm mZ week or iMtAl'lHt. Business Cards. Business Cards. "Waste Not, Want Not." f rrWt, xwBPBerW YWwWimEKWSfl!MKWSM4'SffF V'BiaiHBmMMMln. . - j w wi " .T-fnf "ry-M" WKW'SW"' ft I'rogram for nioriiluir mid Kiciilng t Central Villon Cliurcli. Thursday, 11 a. m. "Foroign Mips'ons," Is. 40:1-5, P8.67,Rom. 10:11-15. 7:30 p. ra. I'niyor for missions in tho Turkish empiro special rcferonco to Armonia; loader, Rev. Uouglns P. Birnio. Friday, 11 a. m. "Homo Mis sion," Lnko 10:1-2, 14:21-23; Is. G0:l-5, Mark 9:38-40. 7.30 p. m. Prayer for Uuwnii noi; leader, Rov. 0. M. Hyde. Tho publio is cordially invited. .l'OINTEUS AKOUT VJHOZUEIiA. The republic oliiims an uroa of 632,807 square miles. Liberty of worship is guarinterd by law. The HtandinR army ooubiftU of ti little over 3000 men. Tho uiitionul militia consists of all males between tho ugoa of 18 and 45. Tho constitution is modoled on that of the United St...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 January 1896

0E9PV-nwNM-M$KRt ' fwv,," " fr, iwww T TWw&$FWMmaRm w EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 9, 189G. TTnims rif'i n-a in nfnwn mitt i it ft-inrrrnr " ' . - - - iTriigTtiMiTfr"r irrt"Tr-""""- - ! i i ii ii " " ' a -iiwi ii). nil ' i V .L - V I I "l r V , . , I I" f V ' ?. I w . -p .. ,s , i; MARIPOSA ARRIVES. sun iti viw:it am ciiooM:it TiiAsir in iMiur. rkentlne Castle Deprl For ttas Trlnco nelliterr"8cm"' Keu hon'i Punt Trip to Lshslnii. Tomorrow, Friday lilsh tldo largo nt 0.18 a in; liljjli tide mull at 11.17 p m, low tide force 6 40 in. Iu tluV small b.'Ji am. The b.irKi ntlne 6 N Castlo Bulled for San Francisco llii morning vltU8S7 tom of sugar cuualgmil lr Hie Sprcckcls Coinpauy. The Atnciiian ship Reaper after along passage from 'lie Columbia river arrived In port thl nfnrnoun, Sho will load sugar for New York The American schooner Transit, Forgonson mitcr, li days from 'Frisco with general mirihamlw for Dnvlcs & Company arilved Uil nmrnlni; and docked at lrniguril vtliarf. The r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 January 1896

' V'- It 1 1 .. J1' ulletin yenm v., (. , jv w I . v fc rtfl & VOL. i. NO. 199. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JANUABY 10, 1896. PRICE 5 CENTO. i . r THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovcry day excopt Sunday at G09 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. sunscmi'TioK katks. Per Month, nnywhero in tho Iln- waiian Islands 70 Per Year. 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canaun, or Mexico ............ 10 uu Por Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries ..........13 00 I'nynlilo Iiivnrliililv In Ailvnnco. Tolcphono 250. V. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERSOLL TEACHEIl Or THE 9 Ttelrfenco with Mrs. E. E. Wnll, llorctft nia nncl Milter strfctn. AuMrnsP.O.Bos-103. 102-lm $250.00. 1IIC HAWAII VK" WILL PAY THE sum of two hntiilroi'. and fifty dollars to nny person or ikwhw connected with ljio l'rtcilio Cowin.rcinl AcUirtlbcr" or tho Hnnnilnu (Welto Coiiinauy, who will point out ft word or a lino of "unmoral or liulc euut" mntler in tlio l)c conilwr number of liib Hmin. .Turtgincut iih to ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 January 1896

r - r EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 10,. 1896. -e , V tK r t. S i t J, j. A X ' ' 1 f r Q I ' am Wi 'i v WOMAN'S WOULD. 1WIS. NETTIE COKE, NOTARY OF FRESNO, CAU lax nnHlomHt Woman In Loadoa. ;igUUrt,of the. Confederacy-lady Dudley's Humble Start A Hello of lUr terlim The Pay of Women Magicians, Of nil tbo cousorvutiro towns hvcou atrvatiro California Fresno takes tho 3id, if thoro is a lending pinco in con .jrvntiBin. Tho wnrm llttlo city is do uadedly opposed to innovation, except radlroad innovation, which is recelvod -inth open arms. Consequently Fresno asmed hot and then cold, although not wry cold, whon Governor Budd recent :jr appointed n woman tafbo notary pub lit in tho place When she set tip her AbIc, tho wholo town snddeuly discov ered that it nocded an affidavit of somo mxi, and all tho city camo round to sec 'Sho now notary reaped a sheaf of shin 3iv; silver, gravoly nilKcd reals and ad zdnistcrctl oathi and profited by tho widespread curiosity. Tho new notary is Mrs. Nettio...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 January 1896

"'J :- i $X INGIIXIOUS I? .WKNTION. '.tcdiuc" Vuo;ile In Kcjjllty Tlil-oimh tticf Telephone. It Bounds i-itliculous to hoar ono say, "I wnnfto soo Mr. Brown," J .1 it... in1ftitiniii nml mill' YllUU Ul tlio Mi';iiiuuu ...... .-.j vanting to talk to Mr. urown. 3ut according to tho following rom nn oXohanjio ono muy soon o ablo to epo as woll ns talk ton er8on by tolephono: A Swed-i has just patontod a fiost ingenious invention, wnioh o calls "telophotograph,". which i dosignod to do for the oye what hrfblpphono doos for tho oar. It is bup,od upon the peculiarity f seloniuui, which has tho qxtra rdinury property of resisting the ransraissiou of oloctricityaccord ng to the strength of the light to Hiich it is exposed. Tuo cou- truction'of the' telophotogrnph is titnplo. A fine point of soloimim made to move in a piano by lochauical nrraiigomont, in bucIi manner tint it describes a piral, consisting of very clnso findings. An elfctnc current asset) throuiiu thOHOleniuin point. nd tho po...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 January 1896

fllWWHiPBWWBiPyWiW ' 'w"w TOP" 'W wr"" VN 9" ' " VJ5 i," ? -i "Tr'v '" w-'T', vpvyjutTfc "JT'T" BI ATJTH01UTY. Salo of Lease of Government Lots on the Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu. On Tuesday, Feb. 11, 181)0, nt 12 o clock noon, at tho front entrance of tbo Executive Building, -will bo Bold at publlo auction tbe lease of tbo following Goveruuiout lots, .Bltuale on tbo Esplanade, Honolulu, Oabu. Lot No. 40. Annum. Lot No. 47. Upsot price: SISGO 00 per Upset price: $3G0 00 per annum. Lot No. 48. Upset rrico:, annum. Lot No. 4!l. Upsot prlcei $300 00 per $300 00 per annum. Tornx: I-e-i'-o 'or 10 i'caa renl l,nyn,), (juarterly in advance , J. A. KINO, Minister of Interior. Interior Ofllco, Januaiy 8, 1S1I0. ll)7-3t Dra- vhTMhsror Tin: Intkihou, 1 Honolulu, January 8th, ISM. On nml after Monday noon, January 13, lS'Jt), all public time pieces under control of t!il Department, Miall be ict In accordance villi llnmititin Standard Time, (said standard time bclnc tlmt of tlic mcildlan 157 30' W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 January 1896

f r-wwpfj'r'aap t,v -"Tyw-yr t : n- ? yw" rjrw icur" (' " r") " :v-fiB9sr,,,wf,r ''1 -$ f! EVENING BULr.ETTN, JAN DAM Y 10, 18 ru LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Holiday Number 0MI10 llillletln Mill Iio tainted tomorrow nt the UMinl hour Honolulu Commandery install od ita now officers lust night. Somo miscreant knockod down Goitz's big storo Bigu luat night. Zamloch will give a Bppciftl matineo porlormuuco tomorrow aftornoon. King Bros, aro offering ft rery good nrtiolo in Ebony Wall breck ots at Frisco pricea. Captain Olurko has a communi cation iu this ieauo regarding the recent atoamor race. Wray Taylor' a collection of photograpba of contract ltiborora hoB roaonoa jliuu. Au ontire chnnge of program will be givon at Znmloch s ontor tainmont on Sutuiduy evening. "W. W. Dimond will opon up bi8 businosa in tho Von Holt block about January 21st. Hawuiian Lodgo of Mafona has a special mooting this evening for work in tho third degree. William Eassio of tho Koalia plantation arrived from Kauai ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 January 1896

j'pjv EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY ' I -m.' 4W , ' iV J,! 'Si 10, i&tg. f g.? l 17 s ' IP . P . , 1 Pi'.-. I.,, : A H' Slcuiu rcmioniUcr. Surprising us is the ndTiinco made in llio uso of Btoatu as ti motivo power, Ilorr Bchmidt, of Asohorsleben, has raado n still furtlmr" advance in tho USO of J su'perhoiited steam in engifioa by dovising a now form of super heater. Professor llippor, of tho Yulo University, baa apphod this to u now typo of motor, based upon tho principles of tho gas engine, lie thinks that a now era in stuum engine economy is in- angurntod. He works stoim at j about 700deg. P., while tho limit , in ordinary engines is from J00 to 350deg F. In Its simple nou-cou- ( densing form, the ongiuo has beon run on a consumption of 171b. to lS.b. sto in per horso-powfV. ' One of tlin ut v engines, recently ( tried at Munich in n compound j condensing form, gives a result of 101b. to 171 1. of steam per horde- ' power, wincii is -u per cunt. ium than tho host record of any o...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 January 1896

Croat Sarprlno to tlio Cnloulnl at JtlelbouriM. , A Molbourno disputch to tbu Sydney Daily Telegraph, giving an account of n cycling carnival at that place on December 21, Bays: Zimmerman, who for some years past hold tlio proud position of champion cyclist of the world, made his first apponranco in Mel bourne at tlio Exhibition cypliijg, traok on Saturday, with theWSi-a ' traordinary result that ho was boaton in both races for which lio had entered. This is a remark ablo occurrence, and nno which the champion has rarely, if evor, exporioncod at any mooting since he rose to the pinnnclo of his - cycling fame and it excited moio than usual enthusiasm. Zimmor man admitted being in the best of form and hoiltli, to that in cast ing about for any explanation of his dofoat, the only ono thai can be found is that ho was unaccus tomod t the small Exhibition track, wherens his victors had tho advantage of being more acquaint ed with its awkward corners. Pithor's vintory whb generally re gard...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 January 1896

XTi-V 1 F , tf r . , c :- 1 - ,! r. i . I . i1 ;v T4 1 ' I ' . r it fe '?. . K ' w , 4"i ,": L. i'v : fcf". . u A1 t THEKINAU TO WINDWARD, IlVltIC niOIIIC'AN TO Tin: H.X ritANC'ISCO lti:i'I.M.HY. Jtkee Bring Kealla Suitar Im Along Ihe rront nlllinort to Ball Ttal Evsulur. Tlio Mourner Wnlnlealc cnine In from Maka well this afternoon. The bar). Aldm Hco expect lo get away for the Cont next Wednesday. The Jnme MaKco brought In a load'of Ke nliii nnj;ar t Ids morning which wag unloaded Into tin1 bark Arrlicr. The lilp llcapcr I loading tutor for tlio New York rcllnery at Occaulu nliarf and will rerchc quick detpatch. Tbo schooner Alleo Cooke nailed from NeueiiMle, N S W, December ill for Honolulu with HSU tone of coal. Tlio ship Tain O'Sliantcr lenvs for Ilnng koni; tomorrow W ( lriu it Company arc agents for freight or passage. The bark MnliU-an galled for San r"rnnclio with a load of nipir from the combination planter this afternoon. Tomorrow, '-at unlay hlcli tide large at 1:119 a i...

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