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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 January 1896

msssM IS WIW' . Ut. L J 'v Evening Bulletin v. -, , ?? ' r I , . ' X91ZW' 4, -J' . VOL,',!. NO. 205: , HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JANUABY 20. 1896. PRiOB 5MENIU THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day excqpt Sundny at 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. SUMSCIUITION KATES. Per Month, nnywhero in the Ha waiian Islands $ 76 Per Year. 8 00 For Year, postpaid to ' America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, olhor Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nynblo Invariably 1" Advance Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL TKAClir.il OF THE Besldonce with Mrs. E. E. Wall, Boretn nla and Miller str ots. Address P. O. Box 403. 102-lm $250.00. "TUB HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE (sum of two hundred and fifty dollars to any Iierson or persons counooted with "Tho .'ncilio Counntrcial Advertiser" or tho Hawaiian Uazctto Conipaii) , who will point out a word or a lino of "immoral or inde cent" matter In tho Dooeniber number of The Hawaii vn. Judgment ua to matter to bi rendered ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 January 1896

hh HHH V'!Ji.A'M fORinp EVENIVG BULLETIN, JANUARY 20, 1896. milHHiaHtBnHHBBBBHIKW "' 'l IU I m j J- ft' p. Er t II' i t r Kta V HE BROKE ALL RECORDS. J K P0P17LARI(I BSk miri:N'To'.v to ni ru.iNoiscp H IM MNK AND A IIALFfUATN. tnft;, -Colonel tacfarlnito OTet 1'rlnrea Ki- HjS nlBiil nmt Ilrlllsh MiitPHiien, Hut WKr tho Latter Will Not Aid llnwnll. El: W fir ' Amoug the overland pnssongers -registered lnHt night nt tho Cali fornia Hotel whb Colonol G. W. Macfarlano, wife nnd infant, from England, thoir littlo party having completed tho long journey from Queenstown, Great Britain, in tho unprecedented tinio of tun and a 7mlf dajs, while tho actual travol iug time was only nine and a half days, fifteen hours having boon lost in Now York waiting for tho fnfet Pennsylvania limited train to Chicngo, and nine hours in Chi cago wailing for the westbound irain, tho Northwostorn limited. This loss of time would have Leon Hived if tho steamer Lucania, iu "which Colonel Macfarlane crossed tho A...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 January 1896

r fi. v V Ilnwnll Again Tho Now York Sun snys: "JIr. Spalding's joint resolution provid ing for tho annexation o Hawaii and its admission to iio Union as a Stato, contoraplntos Aoo mncli at .a singlo stop. Ilis iulontiojis aro .excellent, but it will bo well for him oithor so to modify his pro position or to cnuBO it to bo modi lied by tho Committee on Foreign Affairs as to separata tho main question from tho subordinate considerations of method and pro cedure, which will only servo to iauglp up tho whole business." This is good, sound reasoning. Obviously thoro aro two things to bo determined lirst, whether wo want to annex Hawaii, upon which tho people of tho United States aro not a unit; and, second, if annexation be expedient and de sirable, in what wuy may it bo best accomplished. In other words, it is much wiser to settle tho principle first and lot tho in cident follow than to adopt an omnibus resolution which shall embrace annexation and its dotails and possibly load to grav...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 January 1896

VU3 W ",1 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUABY 20, . 189G. ?- I lv ti tit. K gi 3I?$ Ever?ii)$ Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. MONDAY --- JAN. 20, 1890. THE NEWS. It is certain Ezota is making a raid on Salvador. Havana is now menaced by Cuban rebels. A Canadian cabinot crisis is imminent. Thoso foregoing items aro from the Star of Saturday and purport to bo the latest foreign news. The subjects wore not included in the Bulletin's foreign budget of that day, on account of other mutters being given i'ust preference. Yet on ench of tho subjects this pa per is still tho first local journal to give tho latest. "It is certain Ezota" was "making a raid on Salvador," but tho scamp was arrested in Costa ltiea with his party, and will mako his appearance in irons on Salvado rean soil. "Havana" was "men aced by Cuban rebols," but at last accounts tho rebels wero putting spnco between thorn and Havana as fast as their heels could tra vel. "A Canadian Cabinet cri sis"1 was "imminent" some days beforo tho ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 January 1896

rfVv EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 20, 1896. ").' '"& . . O 3C LOCAL AND GENERAL. J. T. Stnckor is now city editor of tho Advertiser. I3and concert at Emma square this ovoning at tho usual hour. Laud Commissioner J.F. Brown has returnod from his trip to Maui. G. P. Wilder and wife came over from Maui by yesterday's stoamor. Tho "Woman's Club is mooting Kindergarten this aftornoon at Emma hall. . Tho Hawaiian Athlotio Asso ciation will moot at tho Y.M. 0. A. this ovoning at 7 o'clock. G. N. "Wilcox and Miss E. Wil cox wore passengers by tho Mika hala yesterday. Marshal Brown has returned from his trip to Kauai; also Pro fessor Musiok. Evnns' Japanese acrobats had a good audience at "Waiauao on Sat urday night. iW L. Waldron, with Theo. II. DuvioB & Co., leaves tomorrow for a three wooks'tour of Hawaii. The sugar crop of tho Spreckols villn plantation this season is ex pected to reach 12,000 tons. Somoono has poisonod Captain Scott's dog, and ho will reward anyone who will givo hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 January 1896

hffl .w,s V; ?'. ' y EVENING BULLETIN, OANUABY 20, I89G. !sv - CK p.. m m Hh U"r ." if ' i? u slurs cnosr.N von nkuvim:. Urltlali Vw(l Soulli Tlmt Mill Africa. Go to LoNDOx.January 8. The report that orders havo boon sent to Portsmouth, Davenpoit and (Jlitit ham for tho immediato comniis sioning of a flying squadron of war ships is confirmed this after noon and has-caused a profound sensation in all circles. Tho fly ing squadron is ordorod to bo ready for sea by January 14lh, Tuosdny next. It will consist of .tho following ships: Rovongo, firstoln8B buttln ship, 13,440 tons, four 07-tou guns; tenG-inoh quick firing guns; thirty-six smaller rapid firing gnus; 18 inch sido armor; bpi-od 17$ knots. Itoyul 0k. ilrstcliiss battle ship, 14,150 torn; four 07-ton guns; ton 6-inch, quick firing gunBj thirty six smaller rapid firing guns; 18 inch side armor; snood 17 knots. Gibraltar, firstclass stool crui sor, 7700 tons; two 22-ton guns; ten G-ioch quick firing guns; twenty-four smaller quic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY.. 20; " 189.6., c I COKT I It VI NO ni:,im,Y. Ill IQtiitHko In Couutmlng a Onblo tlci ago Will Kuthor i:xioiiIve. Two months ago, whon tho act ors and actresses of England mot to congrutuluto Sir Honry Irving upon tho honors which tho Qucon bad just bestowed upon him, tboro was ono Now York news paper which contained tho wholo of tho actor's address a inattor of some eight and a half columns. Tho other papers contented them solvos with u moro summary of Irving'B remarks, and as thero was no statotnent in his speooh that ' Sir Henry Irving bad not uttorod dozons of timos beforo the editors wore ut a loss to understand why this paper bud cone to tho immenso oxponso of having his wholo speech cabled to this sido. The mystery wuh not cloured up, however, until Irving arrived bore. Ono of the lirst men to groot liim ut tho whurf was, Joe Howard. "Well," said Irving, as soon ns they hud shaken hands, "did you get it till right?" "Get ill ' exekiinod Howard. "My d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 January 1896

v- ': 8 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 20, 1890. I IV E5. Pi, fi '7. j ft' , ay f" ft) L if Ki ITEMS ALONGSHORE nciiouni:u inmr.itT si:.vni,i:s ak nivi:s wini Newcastle coal. Tk J. D. TalUat at Kaknlnl-Thetlna 4r Rtaamcr FlrtThe KlUue Han In L,upah!to. Hough weather abating. The brig Geneva was expected to leave K hulul for San FrancUcojesturdajr. The steamer KlUuci Ilou went to Kukalam and I.aupalioeliou this afternoon. The schooner Mary Dodgo left last Friday for Ban Francisco from Kuhulul with a sugar cargo. The barkciitlnc V II Dlmond Is on her way to this port with general inerclaudle from San Francisco. Ihe steamer Waltnanalo has been com pletely repaired. Including a new shaft, and Is now ready for business. Tho steamer Claudlno encountered eomo bad weather on the Mnul coast last week, Ilesldcs a cargo of sugar she brought baek Wlrth'a circus The American schooner Kobert Scirlcs, Flltz master, fit days from Newcastle with a cargo of coal for Wilder it Co urrhed In port tliH in irn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 January 1896

" W flMHHHBnHMHHHH flHIM'TMHL r (' ' . '.? . j Evening Bulletin TsBti ; f V-' mew t, wMBnrariinnKBwisHnrairu VATWt a -"'- ' ' ' : . - i- r j. . ,'.inr Ji r ' ' r f I I l J'' i L ,v VOL. 1. NO.20G. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. v StTHSCmiTIOX KATB8. Per Month, nnywhero In the Ha waiian Islands i.S 76 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to Amorica, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countrios 13 00 Pnyntilo Invurlnbly In Ad.vn.nco. Tolcphona 25C. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL TEAOHEIl OP THE IlesiHcnco with Mrs. E. E. Wall, Borota nlft anil Miller streets. - Address 1 0. Hox 403. , 102-lin $250.00. "THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE sum of two hntidrei'. unil fifty dollnrs to nny person or per-tons conuocted with "Tho l'aciflo Comm'Tcinl Ailvcrtinur" or tho liwniinn Onotto Cnmpnuy, who will point out a word or a lino of "immoral or luilo cout" mnttcr In tho December number of TiiV,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 January 1896

wfwirfwFr tiff EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 21, 1896. ' !nHMfflniFai p,kwi tTCHKft ' 'fflf ,r' wr -.ittn. OTra,aBPAHinCiaaroHHiV ' ti. i.f'iTflr v .1 n WW-'UR PAH!inHniBBMBHIia&nBrV1lraraHlflBrinBW?nHKHDm?Rr WTV !'' ff 2 V Hrak ffT ? 1 I' r f hi f .lit, ! m ml WP k Mi, T . c STB MP ' HBBMBLW SOMETHING NEW IN CARDS. MI.EVF.N AND TWELVE SPOTS IN EACH OV THE VAIUOUS SUITS. ItTlimkn Thin km More Uiiecrlal Tlinii Ever l " ' ""'l"""1 Oninblliiic Gamfi. Draw pokor, American's Nation' al Game, 1ms mrulo its way stoad ily in popularity, as a moans o social rocrcation, ovor sinco Unit ed States Minister Schonck raado it a fad in London, years ago, saj's the New York World. A Horious drawback to tho gen oral introduction of tho gamo into tho parlor has always boon that tho number of pcoplo who can sit into a gamo has beon necessarily limited to four or tivo. Tho ideal gamo of pokor is with live players. On tho deal twenty five cards aro exhausted. That oaves twenty-sovon in tho deck from whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 January 1896

wirwrntteww"- " -' ", ' EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 21, 1890. mMMwneitMWMMMkauwM! MUVtWMBMnrKJMVMi 4 CANADA'S WAK EQUIPMENT. No Fort", No Giiiibnnlx, No Henry Oun nml only 3000 Itcsu- Inr Troops That England, during tho Inst half century, lias regarded tho possibility o, a war with tho United States as exceedingly ro niote, is shown by hor somowhat conspicuous neglect of measures for Canadian dofonBO. Canada has nearly 4000 miles of boundary linos botwoon horsolf and tho United States, 2000 of which, at least, is but a geographical lino, and yet thoro is not a fortification or oven a military post on all that extent. Nor has tho mother coun try over felt tho noed of such de fense or raado tho first move to inovido it. Canada would indeed bo at tho mercy of tho groat country in tho evout of hostilities. Thoro are only two fortifications in all of Britain's Atlantic domain, and butouo on tho shores of the Paci fic. Tho two on tho Atlantic aro a small fort at St. John, Now Brunswick, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 January 1896

mw w T" '' iPfjqQKnry?,mFr EVENING BULLETIN. JANUABY 21, 189G. t ' f t: f 51? Euei)ii)$ Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. TUESDAY JAN. 21, 1896. OBSERVATIONS. Chicago papers at ton (10) conts a copy are being peddled about town, nnd some aro bought, al though the Evoning Bulletin gives doublo value for halt the money. In advocating a pornmnont in ternational court of arbitration, the London Chronicle says: "Nat urally, such a tribunal must bo constituted subject to America's xensounhlo views upon tho Jl on roe doctrine." This is tho kind of conciliatory talk that is needed just now, when so many fools have had their say on both sides of tho Atlantic. Sir Audloy Cooto is so positive lhat a cable will bo laid to Japan from San Francisco via Hawaii that ho will not admit any doubt of the mattor. Either ho forgot to say, or tho interviewer to ask, how ho is going to acquire the right to land n cablo from tho American coast on those islands. As that is reserved by an Act of our Legislature...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 January 1896

IV '- n' " f-'sipw jt ifrpff f "www, 't EVENING BULLETIN, .TANUAUY 21. 1896. "T- ; 4 jlf tn-vfcw fcw3aa4 cniMiMmwT,tui A LOCAL AND GENERAL. What is tho mattor with the wontlior? Tim Ohornl Sociotv will have prnctico tonight at tho usual hour I .and placo. Prof. Borgor and tho Hawaiian band loft on tho Kinau this morn ing. Tho noxt band concert will bo .at Emma squaro on Monday, February 3d. Tho Andrew Welch, Captain 'Drow, is expected to loavo on in day at noon. Tim Woman's Christian Tom- poranco Union is in session this afternoon at tho Gontral Union church. J. W. Congdon, tho wiuo mor chant, is fixing up his lot on Pros pect streot preparatory to building. Tho attondanco at tho Band concert Avas vary good last night but the music furnished was vory poor. TlioDukooE York's Btarap al bum, wliich, oddly onough, ho has recently disposed of, was ono of tho most interesting in Europe. A stitch in time saves nino and ono advertisement in tho Bulle tin is worth nino in any othor mddium in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 January 1896

( 1 ""Kj u!!F- (f EYENING BULLETIN, JANUAKY 21, I89G. H ' dcmands ion INr.MNITr. Turkey Ittut my lor I.o"ioi Nnttalit cd by Our HIIiloiiarle. Washington, December 30. Soer6tary Olnoy has directed Min ister Torroll of Constantinople to demand an indoranity o $100,000 from Turkey for tho benefit of American missionaries who Buffer ed loss of proporty in tho Khar poot outbroaks in November Minister Torroll has also boon in structed to inform tho Sultan's Minister that an additional in demnity will bo demanded for tho benefit of Amoricans who suffered loss of proporty at Marash a few weeks later. This second demand will bo formally mado as soon as tho exact losses sustained by( Amo ricans at Marash can bo ollicially determined. It is not expected that tho sum of indemnity will bo less than 8100,000 and it may bo more. Sccrotary Olnoy, in his lottor to tho Picsidont on Docombor 19th for tho information of Con gress, said tho Turkish Govern ment would bo hold responsible for all losses to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 21, 1896. , . .7 . . ... . . I ! .-! jiuitiA-n aiu.vii.unj .uii.i;. iBMWEii 1 1 m i"g"n iilu BLMJt'l Business cards. I Business uaras. "Waste Not, Want Not." VudcrstnndliiE Between that nation unit AnierlcH. Seattle, January 9. Dr. L. W. Hoonock, chief ongineor of tbo IrkutBk and Vlf(livostook divi sion o Russia's groat strategic railroad, said tonight that feeders would bo built from the main lino, one on an understanding with tho Porsian Government to Herat, au ditor into Afghanistan over tho Thibot mountains, and a third in to Boloochistan, botwoon Afghan istan arid Persia. This will bring Russia into tho contor of tho Asi atic powers and right at tho doors of India. "You will, porhaps, be interest ed to know," said tho doctor, "that tho Russian Government ia build ing sovoral merchantmen to ply botwoon Vladivostock and some port in Alnska. Wo aro now building three of thorn at Vladivos tock and three more aro to bo built at Cronstadt. They will all bo f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 January 1896

y iv :i EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 21, 189G. irUJ r . '. T M-f ft v i, hi. Y fqh ?r L ' f Pa ifr, w . BN !) ;" ft f THE ITEMS AFLOftT KINAU Willi A lll VOLCANO I'Vssr.Mirii list. Iciila to ItonUapo Whnt'a Going Ttic J D North Is due at Ilonolpo. Tho bark R l Kltliet was sighted oil KoKo ncil at 1:30 p m. The Order of Ncvcr-Sleept lias established a society on Oceanic wharf. The German ihlp H V Glade arrived at Holyhead Dec 24, en route to this port. Tho steamer Klnnu with every room occu pied left for llllo and the volcano this morn ins. A quantity f samsliu was confiscated In tlio bttjsnce of departing contract laborers this iiiurnltitr by the cusUms guards. The barkcntlnu Planter lias been on tho Merchant's drjdrtcK In San Krauelsco and rc celvid a thorough overhauling. The steamer Wnlalcalc left for 1'unaluu and llonuauo, Kau, this tnornlni; with a load of pvnernl merchandise to return with Hutchin son sugar. Over 4(10 contract laborer were shipped by AKint Jack Lucas this morntmr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 January 1896

SwPfl " "MM Mil I III I III ill lHIIW ! I !! II I Ml II I 111 ill III I 111 I I II W I Mil III ' Bulk tin v VOL. 1. NO. 207. HONOLULU. H. I.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. 189G. . PRrCE 5 CENTS. .fc.TSrM r',-'- -" uiimmIii . '. i . THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published overy day except Sunday nt . - 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. 8U1JSC1PT10K HATES. Por Month, nnywhoro In the Ha waiian Islands 8 76 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othor Forolgn Countrioa 13 00 I'nynblu Iuvnrlubly In Advance. Tolophono 250. V. 0. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL TEACHER OF THE Rcslncnco with Mrs. K. E. Wall, Uerota aid und Miller stwets. Address P. O. Box 403. 102-lm $250.00. "THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE sum of two hundred anil fifty dollars to any iierson or persons connected with "Tho Pacific Commercial Advertiser" or the Hawoiian Uazolto Company, who will point out n word or allnuot "unmoral or imlo cent" matter in tho Dccembor numb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 January 1896

'.W?)P HP'i. mm? 2 BM9u t J wil wM MM i TW " ' HP' an ADVENTUItOWS WOMAN. k, EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 1896. , ire?; pp. 4" t L P 4. H 5T Encounter Hnrdtlilp nml IiuitfPr in the Cnnirroon. r MisB Kingaloy, .tho Englisi worann who haB ijiiat ..returned from a trip through tho Camo roona region in Africa, is tho son sation in England just now. Miss Kingsloy's trip, which is tho sec ond ono sho lins made, was for tho pnrposo of studying tho "fotish" customs of tho natives and for collecting specimons of fiah for the British Museum. She wont 250 miles up tho Ogowo river, much furthor than the French can guarantco protec tion. Sho started in a canoo with eight nntives. Tho canoo journoy was (i Ion" ono, and nearly adozou times tlie craft was upset and its occupants wore thrown into vtho mum. xuu kuiiuii wiia nuuiiy and Miss Kiugsloy had soveral narrow escapes, beiiifj saved nioro man ouco oy cimcinng mo rocits in the rapids and by holding on to them until tho natives righted the cano...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 January 1896

KmKlmfKrvWWyf v 'W7 frflWWflWyy ' "y ffflW " -P-y' t" r ; fW'1 """v 23 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 1890. I. HF i r; t r t : j CntcIiliiB Clio Cnptnln. ' Tlio cnptniu of a certain lnrgo Bailing vessel is probably the most polito oflicor in the whole morcantilo sorvico. Ho has, how ovor, a grotit idea of his impor tance, and loses no opportunity of impressing it upon his crow. In particular, ho insists tipon boing addressed, as "sir" by ovory ono on board. Ono day a now hand jpined the ship, and a short timo attor leaving naroor, uoing a sea soned old salt, ho was intrusted with tho wheel. The captain camo up and put the usual question : "How's hor head ?" "Nor'-by-oastJ" answered tho old tar, very gruffly. "My man," suavoly answered tho captain, "on this craft, when one of tho crow speaks to mo ho gives mo a titlo of respect. Don't you think you might do so too? Now, how's her head?" "Nor'-by-cnst, I toll yor," shout ed thotar, displaying not a little irritation. "I'm afraid you do...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY" 22, 18UG. H w. t w Is ' . rv 5 Euei?ii?i Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. "WEDNESDAY - - JAN. 22, 189G. ANNEXATION. Presidont Dole's viovra on tho annexation question, as roportod by Miss Kato Field, an include opi nion that was hold from tho first by, among -others, somo who took oxcoptions on broad principles to tho genesis of this Itopubhc, that is, where ho suggests that tho political union of Hawaii with tho United Statos should bo effect ed through a schomo devised ex pressly for the purpose. If tho United States is going to acquire territory beyond tho bounds of tho continent, as was said long ago when nothing was heeded that did not emanate from tho party tlmt took over tho govemniont in 180!), that nation should formu late a distinctive colonial policy. It is curtuin that Hawaii under tho existing constitutional limitations of the United States cannot bo ad mitted at once, or for a groat whilp. as a full-Hedged Stnto with all its rights and privileg...

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