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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 January 1896

T,- ,- ( B KBsBmlKKK9KKtlKiBBtKBUS3BKmSmJiwKSSSm: ' mm-'immaammnmmmmmmMmui wMmjmiiiMmA'Mim wmmimmimLmwm'WmammMmmwtijmvw'i'WF, dP57 wjwvf. , ,- '' ulletin 4 y y tf& ,W! Yenm fe rr f lMl . "VI l t h - V , ' v .. i r -ft t ieh -m M , VOL. 1. NO. 200. THE, EVENING BULLETIN. Published evory day except Sunday at 009 King Slrcot, llonofnlu, H. I. BUnSCHII'TION HATES. Per Month, nuywhero in tho Ha waiian Islands..,. ... 8 75 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to Amorica, Canada, or Mexico i 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nyiiblo Invariably 1" Ailvnnoo. Telephone '250. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL teagheii or Tim VIOJCjIKT 2 Hesl.leiico with Mrs. U. E. Wall, Bereta nln nud Miller Btrfcts. Addtewi 1. O. Uox 40.1. 102-lm $250.00. "THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE sum of two hundred mid fifty dollars to nny ponton or nt-rsoni conuoctcd with "Tho Paeillo Comuuiciul Advertiser" or the 'dawnilan Gazette Conimtiy, who will point out a word or a ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 January 1896

X K& 2 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 1896. Hra3iB B , - - - - mi iw win - --n JT.-rpn m T - mi imi i iwilWtlMMliiwiliiwwMi'aiiWwiMi.iiil..,Mi Mmmmmmi mrmuum i Pm mini . i i pi " ' '"' EVERY i MAN I HIS t DWN i HORSE i DDCTaR. DR. POTTIE'S CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES ton THE UUItK OK DISEASES OP ' HORSES, OATTLB, SHEEP, BOGS, SWIHB AKD PQULT&Y. IP THE DOCTRINE OF MONROE Jf .... ,. n i ; When It Comes I L FULLTtXI OF TUB NOW l'AMOUS v I Music W ' r 7 V 4 lr u 1 If llxpremoil tho Pi-lnolplo or jYL LLlOXO Sj.j. i America Tor Americans. I : Music I v t )- ' . ' e. Tlio Monroo doctrino was pro mulgate! as a protest ngaiiiBt foreign intorforonco iu affairs con cerning the wostern hemisphere. The rovolution whioh freed the thirteen colonies from tho English yoko inspired tho uume deaiio to bo froe uraong tho Spunish Americiin colonies. Tho revolts were successful and republics arose upon the ruins of brokou Spanish authority. Tho attempt on the paitof Enropoiwi powers...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 January 1896

,' W ""-l'w.4jr?5' EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 1896. pii mft'HMjwi.piijigijwinwi'jin i" il - jiw p wi jju.iiuujj' Jw' -J' ' ' trvrwrixwantva ii ipi ! mmummln'tri',-r-mritrlrinmml-nilaMattmfl WB),M HSHffiffiflHMMSISMHMIHiSlHMi 3 'M A 7 intornnl cuiicortiH of Spain. Our policy iu tepid to Europe, which WftB ftdoptccl ut un oirlystagoof tbo wars which lmvo so long agi tated that quarter of tho globe, ncvortholusB remains the wuno, which is not to intoifure in tho intomal concerns of any of its powers, to consider tho Govern ment, do fucto, as tho legitimate government for ub; to cultivato friondly rotations with it, and to presorvo thoso rotations by a frank, firm and manly policy, mooting in all instancos tho just claiuiB of every power, submitting to injurios from nouo. But in regard to these conti nents oircuinsttucos nro eminently and conspicuoualy difTuront. It is impossiblo that tho allied pow ors should extund thoir political system to any portion of either eontinont without o...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 1396. ,!, ?.' H t r w 5 Euei)ii)$ Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. MONDAY - - JAN. 13, 180G. JAPANESE IN FIJI. A correppondont of tho Mel bourne Louder gives a graphio account of the oxperitnont with Japaneao labor in the sugar in dustry of Fiji. It was a comploto fniluro iiioro, o ght and n half months sufficing for tho tost. The description of how tho Japanese wore received tiud how tboy actod upon their nrriv.il would, by loiiv ing out the nnmo of the group, bo mi?t.ikcn by any phintiition man ngpr in Hawaii for oxn"rioiicos only too familinr to hiinsolf. "NVholossil" shamming of illness find united demonstration ngainst doing tho kinds of work they were wonted to do; und when a consid nhlo proportion were doing woll after their work hnd been changed, firrungemontB were nil upsot by tho work of professional agitators. At liiPt the dreadful disease of botibori struck in among them, and, notwithstanding tho kindost care taken of tho pntionts in their hou...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 January 1896

w K EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 18D6. LtOCAL AND GENERAL. Ewa mill is now running. Poltoo Judgo Georgo do la Vorgnu has entered on his du ties. Pacific Lodgo of M.iaons has work in the first degree fur to night. Tho standard timu whistlu now sounds at 1 :30 p.m. instead of 1:28.34. ' Zamlooh will probably go to Hilo nftor his final performance horo noxt Saturday. Pastor Garvin of tho Christian church baptized eight peraons at tho evening sorvico yostordny. Tomorrow iftornoon at 2:30 thoro will bo a woman's prayer meeting in tho pirlors of tho Control Union Ohuroh. Tho Hawaiian bund hns boon ong.igpd to whilo uwiythotimo wasted by jockeys and drivers in tho moos noxt Friday. B. Marx hns boen elected to aotivH membership in the Borotn nia Tennis club, and E. Wode lioueo is to design tho olnb hg. Complete roturns from tho Sen atorial oluction on Hawaii are ex nooted by tho ntcitner Hull, duo tomorrow ftornoon. M i iHh ill Brown's visit lo Maui wiitj for the purpose of investigat ing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 January 1896

WH PTOTTTwTF 'vpw i EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, I89G. J dpi fr. Wt; k' r.i n LI i &' WILL VISIT THE MISSIONS. Hood's Saved PAIITY TO INSPKCr THE WOIIIC AIIHOA1). Wealthy Contributor to I.onrn How Their Donation Aro Employed. New Yoiik, Decombor 10. A uuiquo niul intorosting pilgrimage to both homo niul foreign miasiou nry workers is soon to be niiulo by representatives of a number of wealthy contributors to mission ary work. For yo.irs Cornelius Yinilorbilt, John 1). Tlnokofoller, Miss Ilolon GnUl, Cyrus K. Mc Coruiick Jr. nf Chicago ami Messrs. Phil and W. K. Armour, also of Chicago, anil other wealthy people btivo contributed huudrods of thousands of dollars toward car rying on missionary work in far off territories of which they know but littlo. llnports of tho boards through which they contributed wore tho only information they havo hud on the subject. It is to ouublo these, and others intorosted in mission work, to know by autiiul observation exactly how tho missionary co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 January 1896

DRESS AND FASHION. SALIENT CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PREVAILING MODE. Ordinary Flat Slrevon Predicted Full Skirt Flaring at tlia Uottom Still Fiuh ionablo Fopnlaritr "T Alpaca and Mo. Iialr Erenlne GownH New Jfeckwear. Regarding tlio stylos of tlio prosont sea eon, ninny woinoii aro content. Tho sbort full bodices with thoir nmplo slooves nnd snslios nro qulto to their liking j de lightful also tho "tornpostnous pottU coats," which when properly cat im part dignity to tho flguro and hido its defects. Bnt thoro aro othor womou and thoy form a unmorons oloss to whom tho present fashion Booms disas trous with its gorgoorts inatorial, riot ous combinations of color and superflu ity of garniture. This latter class con- sn-tW&k A PICTURESQUE COSTUME. sidor tho toudoucy to overdress a mis take Thoro certainly is no qnostion but that gorgoous fabrics bolong to tho night, with its attendant glaro of oloo tricityor gaslight. Another thing, thoy add yoars to their wearers. Youth and brocade a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 January 1896

'V EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 1890.. M imiwwj h m iwwio lewffjww www,i wi ibii'm tint tuuxmrnMwm CRUISERS LEAVE. in Co's mm Canadian-Australian Steamship Line Siena WW' -! m Mm K TA"U 0"II,NTi:il I.I'AVIS XX IIAI.. I.AI' I'OK 1IONHICOM2. Bark ttentva t Kahulut-Colombo Hearljr Btnck Items lleved Frnlti the Hutidny Fleet, A liuiy day along the docks. The U S rrul-cr IlalHinoru bbIIciI for San Fraiicl'to Trltlny evening. Tlio stc.imcr Claudlne discharged her cargo of sugar nt Oceanic dock today. The iclmoiicr Kins Cyrus silled Saturday morning In h.llnt for Uojal Road. The Bhlp Torn O'Sliaiiter If ft with 400 tons of ballant for Hongkong this aftcrnooii. The Itnrkontlne Iriiujiird failed from New castle for Honolulu on Die 17 with 0D. tons lonl. ' The Aracrlian birk (It'iicvn, I'oullro mn ttr, U ilnw from !aii Pedro, arrived nt Kn liutul lu ImI1.hI January Utli. She loads ritgar for the Sail FrmaUco rcllneiy. The Italian corvette CrUtoforo Colomho nalUd tor Vunioiiwrnt fewn o'clock ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 January 1896

K i Vj l V i, ( , . Evening Bulletin I " ' ' .' ''v. y : w ' VOL. l. NO. 201. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published .every day except Bandar at 609 Kinj Street, Honolulu, H. L SUJISCIUITION BATES. Far '.Month, anywhere In the Ha- , vvvraUan Islands 9 76 Per Year...' 8 00 Par Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Oountrie 1) 00 Payable Invnrlnblv In Advance. Telephone 2S0. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Ma wafer. MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL TEACHE11 OP THE t Rcsldenco with Mrs. E. B. Wall, Hereto nla and Miller Btwets. Address P.O. Box 403. 192-lm $250.00. "THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE sum of two hundred und fifty dollnrs to nny pereon or persons connoctcd with "The Pacific Comuivrciul Advertiser" or tho Huwalinn Gazetto Company, who will point out a word or a lino of "immoral or indo cent" matter in tho December number of Tub Hawaiian. Judgment as to mattor to be rendered by tho New York Herald, tho Now York Evening 1W, or tho Now York Times. Criticism t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 January 1896

rs -f , EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 14',, 189G. i STAM1 COI.I.rfTIN Hon tlio Weakiici of the I'MlatolUt 1 Worked. Tho aocour.t in tbo newspapers tbo other day of tbo nev atotapa of San Marino gavo only one in stanco of tho way in which oflioiala and privato poraonstrude upon tbo amiable woaknoss of thophilnto list. Mostpoat-officos now ro cogniso to some oxtont tbo oxist- "onco of tbo philatelist; even tbo Grown ngoiits for tbo colonies niako a roronue from tbo salo of old stamps to dealers. Iu somo , countries tho wholo issuo of stumps is controlled by tbo poou Itanties of tho philutolio market. Ono of thomoBtoomraon dodges just now (twys tho "Wostminstor Budget ) is tho spociul or com niouiorntivd ipsuo. Portugal is u bud oQondor, and this jnnr it is coIcbiuting.Uio fUUtu birthday of St. Anthony Of this suint it is lecordod that SJ2 years. iftcr his death somoono discovered that his tongue bud bot n iniruouloualy presorvia irom aecay. An issue ofnuhesive stamps is, therefore, judfin...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 January 1896

wrw&V'yy -& EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 14, 1800. Hiiww, tnmmmmmmt wiw a i r at least, ono ol his wivos. In tho meantime, tho post-flico is shut. ...Of com ho, if ynii wish to hnvo thorn diroct thut is to Buy, in directfrom Bmnoi, it is all tho samo to mo, oxcept that there is delay in your gotling ,tlw stamps and duiuy in me gutting a sulo, and on that depends whethor I loso or gnin bv tho whole vonturo. Tours faithfully, J.C.R." Tho Emporor Monolok, of AbyBsinia, Booms to sell Btamps in Paris, booauso "thero aro no postofficos in Abyssinia." The stamps of tho "Principality of Trinidad1' nro tho invention of Bomo ndvonturor, who professes to have established a "Military Dictatorship" on a rook in the Atlantio, a good form of Govern inont where thoro is no popula tion. Ho has maclo somothing out of his stamps, for all thoiO things aro otTurou to collectors by deulors. WIEO AT VA.NOOUVKll, FikhIiib; of At-cluliis Juiiffcr, the IIIklio or NlMiuully. Portland, On., Dec. 27. Aegig...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 January 1896

, EVENING BULLETIN. JANUARY Id, 1806. s V ii- IB-si f. i '"fe $ s rw 5IK Euei?ip$ Bulletin Br. DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. 1896. EXPLANATION. This morning's Advortisor con kins article rotating to copyright few which wo take it refers to the holiday number of the Evening 15tjllztin nnd tho articlo on Tho Bailors Home copied flora rflmiuo'n Annual. So far as tho author of tho urtiolo is concerned and the feelings ho may lmvo jgniiibt tho iiroprietois of tho JCvemnu Buli.utik for this pioco titulary iiirncy wo wish to say lmt npnlogies have been tundorcd 7homusG. Thrum. But a word of explanation is duo tho public. Thi.s holiday edition was print til at the Gazette oflico, beo.iuse jo other oflico had linotypes and jhero was not Biiiiiciutit type in Ay other oflico to uso in us largo . paper as that was to be. The aaakitig up of tho torras was a jpecinl duty assigned to a man hnso long oxporier.ee in tho insini'ss was a guarantee that tho -rorlt would be done promptly and Tell. Tho'fiifet da...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 January 1896

"" "'TFiipf N ,IJr'T8MBinBfilfK5 l m ... W-vnrL, r , v7": EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 14. 1886. 5 Y LOCAL AND GENERAL. Now moon tonight. Company B drills tonight. Company G will havo drill to night in uniform. Special mooting of Compuny A tonight. Battalion drills for balanoo of this month aro doclarcd off. J. S. Martin, tho army tailor, is undor tho weuthor today. Excursion ratoB to Wainnao and roturn on tho 17th will bo $1.25 only. A largo excursion to tho volcano and cotfeo plantations is boing projected. Tho Coptic is ono day ahead of timo, and if given n ohnuco might boat the China's record. The Coptic rnado tho nassago from Yokohama in 9 days, 15 hours and 3 minutes. Annual mooting of tho Hono lulu Cricket Club at tho Arling ton hotol tonight at 7-30. Professor flcsmer will give a reception to his Sunday School ncholars this evening at 7:30. Tho attendance at tho band concert at Emma squaro laBt night was largor than UBual. Tho bnrk Aldon Besse, Captain Potter, were probably pai...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 January 1896

lift. I. EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY Id, I89G. .'t ,, II p.' U ' w. Ll I' . -- - E' em:otkic i.ocoMoiivr -"" --- J" ' Sew Intention by tin- Olrlirnlcd C!S-5W 1 1, Tcli M. Ti-alti who is concentrating his gonitis in an effort to solvo the groat industrial problem of our day, viz., tlio economical trans mission of elootrio power, has jwat invonted n now traction engine, which illustrates his stago of progress in that direction. This ongino is designed to do away with tho U8o of the uiuou-abuBod trolly. Instead of drawing its power by wire from a coutrul station, tho ongine gonoratos its own powor by converting stenm intoolootric energy, and then into meclnnioiil. By this tr.wff.irm atmn u largo porconLigo of tho powor that is now wasted in steam locomotives is cousi rved. Frotnilio same ainoiiiit of fuel M. Tesln has demostrated, experimentally, that ho can rusily obtain twice as intioh effective eneigy, and under favor ablo conditions tliree timos us much. Ho effects tins by menu of u ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 January 1896

tW w;; ,3lj! EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 14, 1896. 'fl! fcwo-n iwmwwwMt5M mvwmwtmmMmim r s ARTISTIC FRAMES. fOR THE PROTECTION AND EXHIBI TION OF PHOTOGRAPHS. The Popular Stlea of Frames Described. Direction For Making unci Decorating Framn Some flpecUI Denlcnn Which Amateurs My Reproduce. Tho most popular stylos of photo , graph t rnmos nro heart shaped, round and oblong, but nny shnpo and sizo rnny bo inndu to order in stout cardboard. Somo, too, nro doublo, nnd othors still havo openings for eoveral pictures. Most THE WATTEAV FAN FRAME. of theso foundations nro fitted with gifts for tho protection of tho photographs. In many of tho shops tho frames arc sold with a. stamped linen cover to bo oin broidcrcd nud applied to tho frame when worked in colored silks and pressed. Somo fruuios aro covered with broendo and othora witii silk. Tho Jnp ancso variety of cotton crapo, with n splashed gold pattern of sunbursts, also gives a pretty olTcct. To begin with tho foundation, first select t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 January 1896

;;t EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 14, 189G. ' V J. i l t ! 1 V f f m i l s THE LINER COPTIC. AKKIVES WITH A I1IG OnlKNTAL OAHCO TO-DAT. Vaclav tilwl rt JUB f Mlilts !! Bsrt. The bsrk Archer U t Klnu rbsrf. The U 3 8 Oljrapla U at Yokohsma. Vie bwk Aldergrore U dUchtrilng cosl at w Fort street wkart Conorraw, Wedwd4r fcltn tid Urge t ,.17hb; high UdsaBuU at 3:S1 pm; lw tlda Urgt B-AS p m; low tide small at 11:08 a m. The 0 A O 8 8 Coptic, cammander H St Q CloaVaj, docked at the mil wharf at 7 o'clock . moralnewlth UM tons of freight for this port. The details of her Toage are ftfres In the local ewluaant. Commander Cameron of the steamship Clandlne was very much vexed today about an article In this morning's paper concerning av sort bale havlnr beca left aaan and uiifr oiling in and damaging tut cargaof that Ttoael yesterday. This be declares to be most misleading. Sugar u being handled from the hold on to Oceaulc wharf In a very lively tanner and It was simply a matter of tho porta bein...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 January 1896

v t 0 I Evening Bulletin .rW w tt '? I 4 -. rfc VOL. 1. NO. 202. HONOLULU. H. I.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1896. PRICE 5 CENTO. O ' K f ?f " A THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published overy Jay except Sunday nt 609 King Stroot, Honolulu, II. I. SUlISCltlPTION ItATES. Per Month, nnywkero in tho Ha waiian Islands $ 76 Por Year. 8 00 For Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countrios 13 00 I'liynlilo Invnrlnbly In Atlvnnoo. Tolcpliono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERSOLL TUAOlIEll OF THE VIOL.IKT I ItesMouco with 51m. E. E. Wull, Borotn nia nurt Miller Btnctit. Address P. O. Box 403. 102-lin $250.00. "THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE sum ot two hundret'. and fifty dollnw to nny ienou or persons connected with "Tho rncilio Commercial Advertiser" or the Huwnitin On70tto Company, who will point out n word or a lino of "immoral or indo cent" mutter in tho December number of Tiik IUwaiian. Juilginout as to matter to ho rendered by th...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 January 1896

flKp' HP-' 6 ; V fc- Eh i, v. Hf x 2 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 15, 1896. Hb' ' ' ' 1 1 i i 1 1 1 f if? HAMMOND IN THE TOILS. .Jr I iopulaeTty, When; It Comes E ., TUB CLERICAL JpJtAIID CAIH1HT , "L ' '" H. IN NEW OM.EAXN, 98,000 111 UbO. Hgf& Thoronro 98,000 Fischer K Pinnoa in use. In .order to HKfL, Jflne Womtu Called Hint Husband- fully appreciato this marvol- ';-" c' K4- ; . swinuwa aii oi mem 0UB fftct ,tig ouly neccssnry New Oklkans, December 11. "Dr." William Hammond, who is said to bo wanted in so vera 1 Northern cities nnd in Australia, Honolulu una jnoit Zioalaiia, was arrostod this morning in this city. Ho frankly udmittod hits idontity, saying that he was not a crimin.,, but a much persecuted victim of tlio newspapers. Sincu 1S92 posters have boon htiiH' up in tlio deteotivo oflico of every big city in tlio country, re questing tho police to look out for a cortiun "Dr. Yill Hnmmond Tlio police in this oity have beon on thf loolo it, but novrr thought to en tiuo mm un...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 January 1896

atpfTPW.T pjpfp. .? 3 Tl 14? top , 1898; EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 15, j 7teiubcr of the I.eglalntnro Ilcroavcd. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rlolmrds of Hilo have mot with a Bud Iobb in the death (if thoir only daugh ter, Ruth, aged two years nnd six months, which took plnco on the 10th inst. Rev. 0. W. Mill hold funoral servicoB at the resldonco, and a Urge numborof sympathiz ing friends attended and followed th remains to Homcrost cemo tory. Our correspondent in Bonding thia nows requests publication of tho following linos by James Whitoomb Rtloy: I1EHEAVKD. I.et me como In whero yon lt wooplng; aj, Let ma, who hare not anr clilld to die, Ween with yon, for tbu llttlo one whose love I have known notlilni; of. The llttlo arms Hint tlowly, ilowly looied , , Their prciture round your neck the hande you uud To kiss such arms tuch handi, I never knew, May I not weep with you? Fain would 1 ho ofKcrvlce say something, Hetwecn the tears that would be comforting But, ah, so sadder from yourselves, ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 January 1896

9 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 15, 180G. $ !' fc, in em ir y m WH 1 & ,iv ,i ft 5r)q Euepii? Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. WEDNESDAY - - JAN. 15, 1890. THE OPIUM QUESTION. Mr. Pock's sermon against an opium licenso was doubtless the honest expression of his convic tions, and thus fur ho is entitled to all credit for its fulmination. Yet it lacked ono thing to give it duo force. The proachor ought to huve called upon nil of like mind with himself to bo prepared to tako up arms to provont any legis lation of tho kind from going into cHVct, as well as to repress every letiogriulo propensity in legisla tive and oxocutivo notions con trary to his ideas of rightoousiuss. His appeal to billots in this in Ktancu would only be as a sound ing brass and a tinkling cymbal, if tho congregation had been mainly composed of tho "Iron sides" who throe yours ago ap pealed to bayonets ns tho bettor cure for vicious legislation, the confusion of factions, and execu tive iiborration. Revolution, it i...

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