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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 January 1896

m 'fl .' ."; ,r . EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 15, 1896. J 1 LOCAL AND GENERAL. Merchants complain of dull hualnoss ainoo tbo holidays. Znraloch will give a matineo on Saturday nftprnoon at 2:30. Tbo Board of Hoallh in holding its regular woekly session this aftornoon. A mooting of tbo Kilohana Art Loaguo ia callod for tomorrow night. Land agent Brown has gonoto Maui on business connected with bis department. Privato W. Lvlo of Company B waa prosented with a leathor mo dul last night. Tbo Alamoda from the Const is due tomorrow with thirteen days later news. J. 11. Wilson, tho volcano stago lino propriotor, hns started u now lino from Hilo to Onomea. A two story building for Rich- nrds & Schoon has boon com moncod at Hllo. Bishop Willis returned from his pastoral visit to Hawaii by tho Likeliko this morning. Tho annual meeting at tho Cen tral Union Church takes place on the 22d oi January. Mr. Storoy, tho popular cutter, hns accepted a position with H.S. Troglo.m, tho tailor. Volcan...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 January 1896

tp: EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 15, 1890. H H v. Momo ninciilflci'llt lMctlirn. In tho show windows, und nleo in tho nrt rooms, of tbo Pacific Hardware Company, thoro nro now on exhibition aomo very fino water color puintings and one, work in oil, all from tho brush of tho noted nrtist, Hugo Ifisokor. Tho Biibject of tho oil painting is tho YoBomito Vulloy, and ilfuii trateB tho oureful painstaking and intelligent labor of a mastor. In tho murvollously oloar ntmosphore of that rogion objects stand out with a startling distinctness, and the artist has happily caught the effect. Ouo of tho still ranches of San Lorenzo U reek, a lo vol v wood land bcguo und a flook of sheop coming homowurd from n moadow iiro three of tho water color sub jects. A notable- picture is ontitled "Tourist of July in tho Country ' and is ohurming. All tho works uro fiuoly exocutod, displaying talont of a vory superior qunlity. These pieturos will all bo offered nt publio auction on Saturday next, Mr. Morgan con...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 January 1896

Hp EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 15, 189G. r WOMAN'S WORLD. MRS. NETTIE COKE, NOTARY OF FRESNO, CAL. The ITntKliomett Woman In London. Daughter of the Confederacy Id Dad'ey Humble Start A Hello of Dr barlim The VT of Women Mntlclan. Of nil tho oonsorTativo towns In con servative California Fresno takes tho load, if tfaero is n leading placo in con servatism. Tho warm llttlo city is do cidedly opposed to innovation, oxcoptj railroad innovation, which is received, with open arms. Consequently Fresno turned hot and thon cold, although not very cold, when Governor Uudtl recent ly appointed a woman t6 bo notary pnb lio in tho placo. When alio sot np her doak, tho wholo town suddenly discov ered that it noodod an nflldavit of somo sort, and nil tho city enmo round to boo. Tho now notary reaped a sheaf of shin ing silver, grnvoly affixed soals and ad ministered onths and profltod by tho wldespicnd curiosity. Tho new notary is Mrs. Nottio Coke, who has tho distinction of being tho only fominino...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 January 1896

' ''"",.S!H"f' -w iijiii ii i ilMMUiilWippM" 1RSH Fmwwwmvm EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 15, 189G. uu'juim .' J & . ?;,' T M : . f j w TWO 'BARKS LEAVE KMJ.Wl CAIIMOH WOllTII TWO IIUN IIUEU TL'OU.NANI) DOMjAHS Liner Coptle Far the Ccatt-MkeMke Willi FiiuhituHaKarMkea In and Ont. Tlio bark Ceylon Is on the marine railway. The bark Allien Ucaac received the Kau sugar oil' tl steamer W U Hall today. The ship lteapcr U loading sugar nt Oceanic wharf. The steamer I.tkellkc with 3,000 bags of Olonalu anil l'anuhau sugar nrrUcd from Hawaii nt six o'clock this morning. Wharfinger GIMUnn hustled all the Coptic's freight out by lit o'clock this morning 1350 toiii which Is considered good work along tliore. Tlio steamer James Makee will now assist the Keauhou In luclng challenges for racing In thene waters In a thirty-hour trip to Hanamtuilu In which she discharged cargo at llanamaulu and loaded 2,(133 bags of mgar for this port the Makee has Justly carted a record. Mil- arrived here at 8 o'cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 January 1896

v oSHHHHHIHHBHBBiliHHHHHmHiHHHHIHHHHHHHHoVHHBHL fW '!' ulletin venm 1& "" " & , Vg '"Cw 'MM : ' MU$ J- 102-tf Ov s & ft. m&t VOL.. 1. NO. 203. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday at C09 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUHSCKIl'TION KATES. Per Month, anywhoro In tho Ha waiian Islands 8 7C Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othor ioreign Countries 13 00 Pnynlilo Itivnrlnbly In Adviinco. Telcphono 2BC. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENOSE INGERS0LL TEAOIIKH OF THE VIOLIKT I HeJuVonco with Mrs. E. K. Wall, Borotn- nia mid Miller strtcts. Address P.O. llox 403 102-lm $250.00. ' t !' HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE suUo" two hundred iiud lUty dollars to nny lierVoif or person cuuucclcd with "Iho l'ncltlo CommiTcml Advertiser" or tho Hawoltnn Onzott.' Company, wiio win pomi out a word or n Hno of "immoral or indo cent" matter in tho December number of Tin: Hawaiian. .Tudumcnt n to matter to bo lomlo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 January 1896

t EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 1G, 189G. 4 I epidemic bb now over. His nmondmont wont the longtb of the removal of nl restrictions, but ho had no objeotion to allow ing tho motion to pass, whon the mutter of fishing in the harbor might bo cousiuerod separately. Tho President was of opinion that fishing in tho harbor should never bo rouowed. Tho disoussion continuod oyer a tnnp of tho harbor and adjacent ponds, tho medical geutlemon giving their views on" tho pos sibility of ptonmino dovoloping in fiah that bntton on sownge. Tho Prosident asked what was meant by ptomaine. Dr. Day answered Hint it was a poison that doveloped inurtiolos of animal food. The motion carried. Fishing in ponds is thoreforo ag.iin lawful. Mr "Wntorhniwo complained i i.. ...:..,. i tt... ,. ,.f 2,llUiJlv (l'lllJrb Ilia lUIIIIII' Ul w.itor off tho public road into No. 2 reservoir in Nuuanu valley. Thi'io was nothing moro import nut to tho public health than the water supply. President Smith introduced tho questio...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 January 1896

IPP JW W'T?1f,,,nTMn,,TF rw , r EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 1G, 189G. iwwirmTniiniw i wwnwi uiiii until iiMrn Mini ifMfimrifri tm m THE ORIENTAL EMPIRES. liATE news oh ivrriti'sr I'nORl CIIIXA ASO J4IMK. Kraenallon of Port Artlmr Nearly CmvUted-Nlewnmlilp llnf He- tuceu Kobe nntl Ntinnglial. Tho following Into nows from tho Orient 5b taken from lato filos brought by tho Coptic yosterday: A Tokio pcipor loarns that, In reply to on inquiry nddroBsed. by tho Japanoso Govornment, tho Korean Govomment has Btatod that tho Queen of Korea wub uot murdorod by Japanese. From Vlndivostock it ia report ed to a Tokio pnpor that tho Man ohuiinn extension of tho Siborian Eailwny will indeed bo carried through to Port Arthur, and Rub alau surveyors uro at work at tho northern end. A floating dock for Hyogo, oap ablo of acoommodutiug ehipB up to 10,000 tons, is said to bo npro jeot aupportod by a good many Osaka oapitaliptB and bnokod by some foreign assistance in Kobe. Tho Bohome- will bo submitted f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 January 1896

:--c w r3 ' 'il ,'4 ? EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 16, 189G. f i r -J i, 5 f At i'j 'i . r kk Kfi V BY AUTHORITY. Sale of Stalls, New Honolulu Market. On Monday, January 20th, 1SW, nt 12 o'clock noon, at the Market House on the Knphnade will be offered t Vubllc Auction the remaining unsold Stalls, for a terra ol ono Tear. These Stalls aro dlWdcd Into four Sections, 1. 11. C and 1). Snout) A. Contain 20 Stalls numbered fc0m I to 30 with Marble Slabs and Is In tended for the Sale of Frcsli Fish and Corned Meats only. Section II. Contains 20 Stalls numbered Jrom 21 to 40 with Sloping Marble Slabs and Cron draliinse which are lutcndedfor the Sale of fresh and wct Salt KI,1 nml olllcr rroduetsoflhe sea. Suction V Contains 20 Stalls numbered nom4l to (V) with Zinc Coicred tops and Is intended for the sale of Poultry, UgR, Vege table and fruit. Si iion 1). Contain 20 Stalls. The Ma 1I Imlt numbered from 01 to 05 mid 71 to 75 with .luc covered tops, l Intended for the ! of Dried KUh. The Maukn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 January 1896

i7$jw:$mfr ' LOCAL AND GENERAL. Zamlooli again tonight. Marshal Brown is on Kauai. The Kilolmtm ArtLcaguo moots tonight at 7:30. Tho Y. M. 0. A. orohoHtrn moots for rohoaiaul this evening. Ewa Bugnr of this senBOn's crop is arriving by tho railroad daily. Bnnd concert nt Thomas sqnaro at i. o'olock thisaftornoon. Tomorrow bning a National holiday no papor will bo issued from this oflico. G. Garaon Konyon hna severed his connoction with tho Indopon dont. T. B. Murray has a card else whero for his carriago-making business. Goorgo Doslia has boon elected ono of tho directors of tho I'ioneor Building and Loan Association. Pastor Birnio of tho Cantral "Unlou church ond Mrs. Birnie will bo "at homo" this evening Tho Loilnni Boat Club will meot in tho ba8oment of Hie Hawaiian hotel tomorrow ovoniug at 7:30. The British Commissioner paid an official visit to the Foreign Of fice yesterday afternoon. The Gorman colobration ot In dopeiidouco Park on Suturdny will lost from 2 to G. Honolulu Roy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 January 1896

V-H' V A.- '",'.' EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 1G, I89G. i r W w L i . if i;' IF sudukn m:Tii PAI''-S', OnrloiiH Testimony or n German Pro rixioron tho subet. Dr. Holm, tho colobrnted gool ogist and professor of tbo Zurioh University, declares that euddon death by ft fall.by being run over, or by being swallowod up by ma chinery, water, or by anow ava lanoho, is tho most beautiful way of leaving this life is indoed proforablo to any othor mode or fusuion of departure for tho un known regions. 'To drop from a prooipico,1' says tho doctor, "meaus, subjectively Bpoaking, as glorious an end to tho victim of accident as death en the biUlo-fiold. It strikes a uiun suddenly, without asking one to becomo acquainted with those nasty emissaries of bodily disso lution, sickness and pnin, while the mind is clear and during in croaiod mcutnl activity he takos llight without tho loast feoling of uueasiueBi). 1 havo looked into tho facoa of many Alpino dim bors who mot death by unluoky falls, nnd lik...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 16,' 189G. tmwBW IWWMM(MWWWIIWMMiWWIM TUUNINfl TIJin BACKWARD. Business Cards. Business Cards. "Wasto Not, Want Not." mm Haw the Day ! t.oncthoiid In tti United Stntoa Honato. Captain Isanc Bnssott, tho vo ternn assistant door-keopor of tho Snato, who diod tho other day, first turned back tho fingor of timo on tho faoa of tho big olook in 1841. He has told how it hup ponod, and hia own account of it is moro intorosting, perhaps, than it can bo mado by elaboration: "It,wu8 on March -1, 1814, that I first turnod backward tho hands of tho Sonato olook. Tho Sonato then, in what is now tho Supremo Courtroom, was oonBidoring and Toting upon an appropriation bill, whon it became ovident that tho bill could not bocomo a law be fore tho hour of noon. Sumo ono suggested to tho Prosident pro tempore Senator William P, Mangum of North Onroliua that tho hands of tho olook might bo so manipulated us to lougthon tho oiliciul day. I was sout for, and was ordered by Mr. Man...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 January 1896

" EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 1G, 1896. - I V r rv w . it r li " LIKELIKE LEAVES. NT I AM lilt KKAUUOU AIUtlVES 1'ltOIH KIAKAWEM WITHMUOAJt. KaU I. A. CaMMlna rB KoaUn-fekaaner Mllle TOon la IuOcher Item. The steamer l.lkcllke left (or Ititrankua this fltt noon. A northerly swell but Una weather on the riamakuft cunt. Tlio Marnier V 0 Hall IcaTcs for Koua and Kau tomorrow morning. The fdiooncr Mlllu Morris brought a load In from Koolnti this morning. The steamer Kenuhou came In thUmoralng with 40UO bnps of Makawcli iucar and re turned thence thin afternoon Oil Koloa she i.i6id a bark headed for this port. The b-irk Alden ltessc Is nt Klnan wharf loidini; TUro Imcs of Maknnell, Wnlmaualo, raaiilnui and Olounlii sugar, sbe will pro bably Mil Saturday aud Captain 1'ottcr Is do ing his best. The steamer Ka ila from the circuit of Oaha arrived in port nt noon today The ship lluper pulled out in the stream tlil. mnnilng to wnka room fot thu liner Ala meda nt Oceanic wharf. Just before saili...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 January 1896

""W jrrflj J) 0 Bulletin fl yeiiin 1 is? :v x- L o - : 4 jsu J?r- 7 VOL. 1. NO. 204. HONOLULU. H. I.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. 189G. PRICE 5 CKNTJA .iT rmv s w WTurs" .f. r (.ssMi Tiv -TiiniiB . T ,- . It,' - OflH ' mm i -c-- is? ,... 1 7 ' ' w 0! In- in i i. sr " j. m l .1 U ;.( i' V i THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day excopt Sundny nt ' 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. SXJJlSCnil'TlON 11ATBS. Per Month, anywhere In the Ha waiian Islands 8 75 Per Year. ""'" 8 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico ............ 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nynblo Invnrlnblv in Aavnnco. Telephono 25(1. V. 0. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELEN0RE IIMGERS0LL TEACHEH Or THE Hcsirtonco with Mrs. E. E. W.ill, Horcta- !- .....1 Mtllnf utrtfttM. Address l'.O. Uox403. 102lra $250.00. "THE HAWAII VN" WILL l'AY THE sum of two hundred and fifty dollars to any powou or uersoiw connected ith 1 o kcilio Conniirrd,.! Advertiser" or (ho Hawaiian Gazette Comran , ubo ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 January 1896

fflKU;. 11" B . K A GREAT TELEGRAPH LINE. - r y ,' , rno.n i,ondov to ikkma anb fP' i HACK IN A SKCONDr NomrthlniE About the l.luri of th Ureal northern mid EaMeru Telcirrnpti Compniilpi. llussia lind finished tlto land hno ncrosa Siberin tho lino which, it will bo remomboreJ,was intondod to be part of tho routo so long projected into tho United Statos by Bering Strut. But tho Amoricun and of the projont had fuil'd, uud Russia found she had an inU-rmiu:iblo stretch of lino across b'r bureti stop))es, and now mm noiiiini; to nuiicn tne oud to. In fault of anything hot tor to do with tho struggling ter minus, it was cirriod to Vladivos tok. Tho Northern Tolcgrapli Company of Denmark saw tho possibility of utilizing this ond for a Europoui communicution with China and Japan. Not that China and Japan hud expressed a dosire for such a union. Tho wily Danes took caro not to ask permission, but slipped the land ond of 'their cablos into shore in inoffensive drain- pipes, and quietly mucin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 January 1896

WlfWEPiir EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 1890. vfaBB 8 II circuit, and which hna becorao famous in tho tolograplrio world. It is as follows: "Sonio years ugo, at. n lelegra pliio toirce in the Albf-rt Hull, London, n foaturo ol"thoi'Voning1B amusoinont whs the rondiug-of a meBsnge toTuhoran, in Permu, and back. A Bonding and a ro coiving instrument bad boon put in the ball and connected with tho wires of tho lndo-Europoan Tolo graph Company. This lino cross od tho Channel by ctblo to Ger many, and then bv ' land linos ran ovor Gormany, South Russia, J Caucasus, Arraoma, and Persia, to Toheran. At Teheran tho wire was joined to a second lino of tho company, returning to London by tho Bamo route. Tho lines wore clearod for tho experiment, and, at a given signal, tho key of tho Bonder was pressed by tho Priuco of Walos. Tho instant that tho button of the instrument was touched, 'click' went tho roooiver! Tho current had boon to Porsia and baok. '' -McClurc' s Magazine. Nil iv.14 Sentime...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 January 1896

.- EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 189G. 15 ' "' B1 r r-- I i:- ' I" 4 K BY ATJTH0E1TL &' Sale of Stalls, New Honolulu Market. On Monday, January 20lli, 18!, at 12 o'clock noon, nt tlio Market House on Ilio Ksplanade will bo offered at Public Auction tlio remaining unsold Stall, for a trrm ot one jcar. These Stalls arc divided Into four Sections, A. II. C and 1). Sectiov A. Contains 20 Stalls numbered from I to 20 with Marblu Slabs and Is In tended for the Sale of Fresh Fish and Corned Meats only. Section II. Contains 20 Stalls numbered from 21 to 40 with Sloping Marblo Slabs and Iron drainage ways which are Intended for the Sale of Fresh and wet Salt Fish and other Products of the sea. Section C. Contains 20 Stalls numbered from 41 to CO with Zinc Covered tops and Is Intended for the sale of Poultry, KgU's, Visi table nnd fruit. Sittiov I). Contains 20 Stalls. The Ma l;al half numbered from 01 to 05 and "I to 75 with Clue covered tops, I Intended for the sile of Dried FUh. The Ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 January 1896

jir tmvt'trvvwm vfff ' .EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 1896, . f LOCAL AND GENERAL. Znmlooh nguin tonight. H. L. Holstoin has roturned to Hawaii. E. R. Hendry and fnmily ro turnod from Hawaii yestordny. Lin Tui Co., importors of pto visions, otc, liavo a caid in this paper. Dr. Clifford Ryder locturca this evoning at tho Y. M. 0. A. Hall on "Ancient and Modioval Sur gery." British Commissioner Hawes dined with the Queensland states men last evoning at the Hawaiian ' Hotol. E P. Dole, W. A. Kinnoy and Ohester Doyle, who have been at tending oouit at Ililo roturned yesterday. Zamlooh Co.leavos for Hilo and towns on Hawaii on tho stoamor Tuesday. Thy intend visiting tho Volcano bofoie their roturn. Tho band concort at Emma square yestorday was a fuiluro, as far as tho uttunduucu of tho public was concornod. L. S. August, tho well-known toluphono man, is shortly to wed Miss Emma Schoon, sister of Mrs. E. E. Eiohards. Hon. H. M. Nelson, Hon. T. J. Byrnes and Hon. llobort Philp, tho visiti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 January 1896

WmWmmGmBmMBSSnWnSS yjVS", K$ - G EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 1896. m Mm, ,...,.,, w.nvirix ' I n UUILDING BUKNED ItEOENTIjY Mm- " rr. l' H, "Ulioio llouuliilii People 3I.y AVor- KsSSftSsSSreQ HP' ',,p ,ron,orov, iSJk 4 Mr Br iBta Ckntrai, Union Oiiukch, corner Ileruta nin and Klcuards Rtroots. Douglas P. Blr nie, minister. Services for Sunday, Janu ary 10th: 9:55 ni., Sunday school and Uiblo claim. At 11 R. m., Public worship nnd sermon, 3:30 p. til., Junior Christian Endearor meeting. 6:30 p. m., Prayer meeting of the Y P B 0 E, "God's triumph in the mission field." 7:30 p ni, publio worship and (sormont "Tho Pharaoh of the Oppression." After-mooting In the parlors. Sunday schools: Japaueso at Lyceum, 10 am; Portugmso on Miller Btreet, nt2:30pm. Wednesday at 7:30 p ni, annual moating of tho church. All reports for 189." to be read. A cordial welcome for all at overy serTice. St. AnpiifwNCatiikwui. Cathedral ser ices, 0:30 a. iu., celebration of tho Holy Communion. 11 a.m., Matins...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 January 1896

"-fr r '"JWffjUsj 'lvpffp-p '; HiJfUl "iWWfffTTOgp: PfcnnGBK" miv jn"t. DMrtvt a ,,.7'. ..- t, .-.irr,r EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 189G. BOTH HAD HEART TROUBLE. Business Cards, Businoss Cards W t nvwr hi " jcfjiTHfs- - muwicuBWffBV,KmDiDrjni. k..mih.' JKraik"HKiWK'jn r Bi.fiu.vi. if ' wwbhtk . whtv a hhbhbih w'- " i. J9M "Waste Not, Want Not." ;'13 ZII I frlMV H. HACKFELD & CO. GkNKIIAL COMMISSION AdKNTS. Cor. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Honolola. '';' LEWBRSW COOKE. . lur-OBTBKS AND EALim IK L.UUSBR AND ALIi III a OF BUILDINO Ma .SRIAI.S. ICEALINE I . . - , .fJH THE WONDERFUL FOOD PRESERVATIVE. 'IfH THE DOC rOH DIED HUT Till: PA TIENT iti:covi:icEi. Wm. G. Irwin & Co. (limited). An Vnunnnlljr Iuteronttnir Caae that nordam Upon thu iTIrvelons. I . , I I i, I'l I (From the Press, Corning, Iowa.) Sympathotio hoart troublo oom plotoly and permanently cured, sounds like a myth or a fairy tnlo, and yet this was actually accom plished in tLo case of Miss Jonnie Cox, of Corning, Iow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 189G. ALAMEDA ARRIVES. Wildcrs Steamship Go's TIME TABLE. I ; X m m j,'- i - fe V j &' K k- he II A Hit ALDHN IlK.SSi: WITH l'HISCO ItCI'INKKV stu.vrt. Steamer KImm Trm Hwll-Hr- weglita Krk U HrlaK Newcastle CoalOther Item Alone Miore. The bark Santiago li still at llilo. Tho whalln? bark C W Morgan U outside. Tlie bark Annie Johnson Is ovtrdue at IIIlo from San Francisco. The Norwegian bark SJokogon, Oram nniftcr, coal laden, 70 dajg from Newcaitlt anchored In iiayal row yesterday. Tomorrow, Sunday hlcli tide largo at 5:14 am; liljrh tidemniU ut 5:43 p m; low tide large 12:10 p m, low tide rniall lU'44 in. The Allien UfSfe with a carco of Irwin & Co Migar I'xnrits to leave tlil afternoon Tor the San Kranclsco rcllncrj If the weather moder ates. She lias 1U10 tons on board anil Cap tain Potter looks lor a smart iiaagc. The Oceanic liner Alameda.Von OUrcmlorp, 8 days Iroia San Krnnelco docked at the conirmn' wharf yesterday nfternoon at II o'cloc...

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