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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 January 1896

ftpWJT-t V V '" ' "I rjjj. 'i't EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 189G. 5, ' wufcWWt tmivmw mrpn i LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circus tonight at 8. Tliis is Indies day at tlio PnciGo tennis courts. A "Surpriso" program will bo given at wirth's circus tonight. The projected raco between Judah and "290" is off, The mounted patrol woro given drill this morning by Captain Ronken. Tho Bennington's Bailors and marines were given shore drill yesterday. Punchbowl and Richards streols are rocoiving attention to their ruts. Jim Dodd is making n numbor of improvements about his place of business. N Moonlight excursion and dance at llomond Grov'o on Monday, February 3d. I King Bros, aro offering a very J good nrticlo in Ebony Wall brock- - ets at i' risco prices. , Tho Athletic sports nt tho raco track on Saturday will commonco at 2 o'clock sharp. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, whoso eightieth birthday was recontly colobrated,, is learning to play on tho organ. Polo cornices for windows or doors; from i feet to 12...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 January 1896

f'wiwn ' w7f XK Trf " tfT" ; j IV WJ EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, I89G. V: Ifev H. t i I tJKXrilAIi JOUnKllT. Tlio flrorun M'nulilnitlon of lite Noulli African Itepnbllc. Gonornl 1'. J. Joubort, undor whoso leadership tlio Boors bo sumninriry defeated, the attempted invasion of the Transvaal by Dr. Jameson, with British troops, is lookod upon as tho-Georgo AVash ington of tho South African re public. Ho was a plain Boor farmer whon, in 1881, ho led a handful of Dutch warriors in tho revolt of tho Boors and whinpod tho British army at Majuba Hill, which secured them their liberties. By birth General Joubort is an American, being a native of Uni ontown, Pa., whoro ho was born in 18-11. llis parents came from Holland provious to tho war. When about 1-1 years of ago he loft America, going to Holland, and thunco to South Africa. At tho outbreak of tho Rebellion ho returned to this country, sorv ed in tho Navy under Admiral Dupont, and afterward as a Cap tain of a colored company undor G...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 January 1896

s-r1 ' ?$ r"' - Tpvc'' 'T .3SR .. EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 1896. ciiAins op roitriGNcns. Easiness Cards. Business Cards. "Waste Not, Want Not." . ( m THoy AKiort That Thojr Are Rein? Op prcnseil by tlio Ilocrs. CliiOAao, Jan. 3. J. B. Woin borg o Johannesburg, who is so journing in this city at prosont, Bays that tho invasion of tho Trans vaal was in no doiibo au effort on tho part o England to annox tho South African gold Holds. Tho pooplo of Johannesburg would fight to a man against cbming un der British rulo. "When tho Transvaal was un known for its riches in gold and diamonds," Mr. Weinberg contin ued, "tho laws concerning tho naturalization of nowcomors woro tho samo as in tho Orango Fro3 States, and very similar to tho naturalization laws of tho United States. But as tho country began to fill up with minors and pooplo interested in tho gold and diamond industries, tho Boors changed tho laws and niado it imiossiblo for any one to becomo naturalized. Then a high tarilF was ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 January 1896

m li?n EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 1806. i mnw wiiii urn nai ii an iiimi mil mi iiiiti iiinnwniimwrm iihwwi THE SLOW RITHET Wildcr's Steamship Co's TIME TABLE. Canadian-Australian Steamship Line i AITi:il A LOM1 VOVAdi: ritO.lt NAN l'K.VGISCO. , L. WIGHT, Pres. 8. 13. HOSE, Sec. Cp(. J. A. HXO, FortgmpU f W t' . .a aV . v. $-' 7 , i.i i Mfy, Ib IHtiimtrRMlt la AoC ltrUlil Itlfr flu (jar Crop Hem fluttiereA Alongshore Today. . 1 'V . C -5 Stenniera of the above Lino running in connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Between Vancouver, B. a, utid Sydney, N. S. W Mid oallin at Victoria, B. 0. Honolulu and Suva (Fiji), On or about tlio dntcs below stated, viz.: f r 'j p- x k " & w, Dull day along tlio front. The ship ltcnper Is still out In tlic stream. Tlie Imrkcntlne Ch F Crocker Is on the marine railway. Tlio bark Matilda gulled today for l'ort Townsencl In b-illant. The Norwegian bark BJoUoneen U dlicharg liK her cargo of coal at the Mall wharf. The bark Ccylou will not r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 January 1896

S . ! I "', T i Evening Bulletin ' f ?-.' 'ii jtN "vJ1 u . fV rv i V . ' VOL. 1. NO. 208. HONOLULU. H. I.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. 189G. PRICE 5 CENTO. Vf & THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Snndny nt G09 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. SU1JSCIIIPTION ItATKS. wnilan Islands $ 75 J ror i ear. a w For Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Por Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 Pnynlile Invnrlnblv In Ailvnnoo. Telephone 260. V. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL TEAOIIKH OP THE Kenldoneo with Mr E. E. Wull, Bcrcta nia and Miller Btnott). Address I'.O. Box 403. 102-Ini $250.00. "THE HAWAIIAN'1 WILL PAY THE sum of two liuiMlrci'. itud fifty dollars to nny person or pcrsoua connected with "Tho Pnclilo Cnuiui' rcial Advertiser" or the Hnwniiin Qazctto Company, who will point outawoulor a lino of "immoral or iude cont" matter in the December number of Tub Hawaiian. Miiilguiout us to matter to bo rendered by tho New Yoilt Herald, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 January 1896

..H EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 23, 189(K xs .' I ft. to.' fctfl' ft ft. sf TO" ft' . Wk Br j Em if- fir E" w r- mi: IBS grunting privileges now because a property owner wanted to rout some shops. Dr. Wood asked Low long it would bo boforo the condition of the privnto markets iproposod would bo similar, to that-o tltb. former fish markot, ithi'-. deposits of offal underneath "them "and mangy clogs lying uround. Dr. Emerson remarked that to make sumptuary laws too strict would defeat thoir object. If you compelled residents of Waikiki to come to tho public market for fish you would bo inflicting a great hardship. It was agreed consideration of to postpone tho tho petition, as members wanted time to give it moro thought. Superintendent It. AV. Meyer's lettor on tho Molokni Lopor Sot tlument affairs was read, and action taken on different ques tions. Tho Board thon wont into exe cutive season to consider sundry reports on institutions under control of tho Board. OUIKAUi: IN IIOLIVIA. Ft ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 January 1896

. EVENING BULLETIN', JANUARY 23, 1800. . WWUHWWWHIilWIHUIIWIIIIIEfl UW 11 1 1 1 11i WTPffwrMWW W IBM HiMI 3 'mCp ,i WANTS ANNEXATION. nielinol Davltt on tlio Tninsvul Iii vnnloii nuil IIiiwnll'niKl Culm. In .n recent interview in -rosily io a .Question about the Euiglitjli attack on the Transvaal republic lib Irian member said: "The credit for tho counter manding of tho invasion of iho Transvaal is noidno to Chamber lain .and Sniisbury iu my humble opinion, but to Oloveland and Olnoy. The manly and monaeing attitude which Uncle Sam took upon tho "Venezuelan quostion has compelled England to condemn a froobooting expedition- which would otliorwiflo have had the po litical blessing of that preeminent land-grabbing nation. "America ought, in my judg ment, to do throe things on the first available opportunity, that is admit tho republic of Hawaii into tho family of United States communities; recognize tho Cuban patriots, who are, I hope, whip ping tho Spaniards, and thirdly, instruct ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 January 1896

ne9333S.'tKi321KS "W EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 23, 189G. IK- B-V'- HI " ) r- j- i' M- ft'. S85SW m BIN Eueiii Bulletin observations. SHf 1 DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. (B THUHSDAY - JAN. 23, 189G. Hk- BBIr,- SALE Of" FRESH FISH. Much cmi bo snid on both sides of tho question rotating to tho sale of fresh fiBh, which has divided the opinion of members of tho Hoard of Health. Although tho regulation confining tho salo to the public market has beon of long standing, it is a fact nevertheless that thoro has been peddling of fish from door to door for some time past. Ono protection that peoplo havo against unsound food supplies of any kind is that they need not bo imposed upon moro than onco by tho snme dealer without having themselves to blamo. What tho opponents of relaxing tho privilege seem to bo afraid of, however, is that tho salo of unwholesomo fish here and thoro may causo con siderable sickness in tho aggre gate from its unwitting consump tion. On tho other hand, thero is no doubt that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 January 1896

P?3PP k 19wStBMlSktA AvHIWMMW9SIMIPiwHRIVHffpflHvT :SPBEfMKHHHHH9BKB9in . .f v r- LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circus tonight at 8. Poundmnstor Kualii has a notico of estrays in this issuo. 0. F. Fisher arrived from Ka paa by the Jiimob Mnkeo last night. The visiting Queensland states men visited the Pali yestorday and afterwards called on P. A. Schaofor. Tho Wall, NioholB company makes an elegant display of oflico furniture in ono of its largo show windows. Company 1, division 1, of tho Citizens' Guard, will meet at tho Boretania Btreot school-house this evening at 7:30 p. m. Dotoctivo Kapaa arrested a couplo of Ohinose cho fa gamblers this morning, and captured a number of ticlwls ns evidence. Company I) had a cood atten dance at its meeting and drill last night. H. C. Myors was elected a member and five other applica tions wore received. British Commissioner Hawos entertained tho mombors of tho Queensland Cabinet, together with members of tho local Cabinot, at dinner last evening. A small ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 January 1896

T K'zrfp wmTWzzw, EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 23, 1896. 1W1W v, I'd I (or In CwiiffroftN. Tliero aro twonty-sovon editors in' tho present Cougross. Niuo other members wore formerly in that profession and. four others learned the printer's' trado and followed it in their younger days. The list of editors is as follows: Mr. Dingloy, Lewiston Journal. Mr. Boutollo, Bangor Whig and -Courier. Mr. Barrett, BobUju Advortisor. Senator Ohaudlor,Concord Mon itor. Senator Hawley.Hortford Cour ant. Mr. Quigg, Now York Press. Mr. Cummings, Now York Sun. Mr. McClollan, Now York Journal. Mr. Black, Johnston (N. YJ Journal. Mr. Mahoney, Buffalo Express. Mr. Bobinson, Media (Pa.) Ledger. Mr. Scranton, Scranton (Pa.) Eopublican. Mr. Aeheson, Washington (Pa.) Observer. Mr. llussoll, Baimbridgo (Qa.) Democrat. Mr. Bartholdt, St. LoniB Tri bune. Mr. Gibson, Knoxvillo (TonnJ Daily Chronicle. Senator Pritchardj Eoan Moun tain (N. C.) Republican. Senntor Butler, Clinton, (N. Y.) Cnuenmnn. Mr. Tatt, Cincinnat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 January 1896

',: ?.; TF Tf -ft.vf " "7?ijiWj! EVENING 'BULLETIN, JANUARY 23,- 1890. tnRBMBiiHBHSIIHHHHHHflHHHHHIHIIfllHJHHIIHHiHHHHHHIHIIHHHHHBHHHHMHHBHHKi ; ', i ' - . . -----.. ,...7 ' 'iffllt HISSIA HAN NO IXrF.Iti:ST. ' TlioTrausvniil CrUl Boo! Sot Worry llio Oznr St. PETEUHDUna, January 5. Tlio Novoo Vromya urges Russia to join tlio allianco of powors for intervention in South Africa. Sho would thus, it claims, securo Dutch and Portuguesoconling stations in tlio event of an Anglo-Russian conflict. It is diflicult to get any doflnito expression of opinion hero xipon the subject of tho Transvaal diffi culty owing to tho fact that Russia does not take tho slightest interest in that part of tho world. Tho ( Russian Government makes a ' point of invariably confining its attention to territorial ques tions tlint immediately af fect tho empire, and oven about those it says as little as possible Tho fow opinions that have been gjithorecl, however, simply re-echo tho views current in Germany, nearly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 January 1896

Kgama '!(WB"WP,l!"','fWP; EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 23, 189C. MuiwiHimuwwMWIDiiiiiimiiffnmi M fc- ' f 'i i L '? K Vk ITEMS ALONGSHORE sri:.VMi:ii.s kiaki:i: an ctmmins WITH KUOAU CAlMlOEq. WnTttAre Ssjlnr-Burkentlne W. H. BlMM4 OvaritisMaria t1v. Tbc U 1 Rlthet Is UlcLrKlnij at llrcwcr's Mliarf. Tlio barkenttnc Willie U Hume l at the railway wharf. Nothing entered, nothing cleared, at tlis custom lioiuc today. The barkentltio W n Dlmond U overdue from San Francisco. Tlie hark Ceylon Is at Allen street loading cugur off Oceanic wharf. The steamers W (J flail from Kona and Keaiihon from Kllauca and Ilanalcl are due tomorrow. Tonmriow, Friday High tide large n. m., uleh tide small. IUI p m; low tide largo. 4.5'J p in, low tide small, i.OS a in. I A bark wns sighted early this (nomine but i an adverse wind has blown her away. It Is supposed to b the O D Bryant from the Sound with lumber for Lowers fc Cooke. Thu steamer James Makee arrived at II o'clock lat niirlit Willi 2i)3 sacks of Kc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 January 1896

r . T"'f w-wRp-f - w wvrT"' y Tf. Evening Bulletin .V 1 1? "'iZB K " JB - ,im 5 CENTO. m far -, 'AH '3VOL. 1. NO. 209. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt 609 King Street, Honolulu, IL I. sunsomrrioH iiates. Per Month, nnyiyhoro In the Ha waiian Islands 8 76 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Cannon, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, otlior Foreign Countrios 13 00 I'uyiiltlo Invnrlnlilv tn Ailvauuo. Tolephono 250. V. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL TEAounn or the Kesidonco with Mrs. E. K Wnll, Hcrota-102-lm niaand Miller strict. Address P.O. Box 401 $250.00. "THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE Bum of two hundred mul fifty dollnrs to any neroou or persons cnnimrlcd with "Tho Pacific CommfTciM Advertiser" or the Hawaiian Garotte Company, who will point mitnwnriliir n lino of "unmoral or indo- cent" matter In thn ncceinlicr nuniher of Tub Hawaii vs. Judgment ns to matter to bo rendered by tho Now York Herald, tho Xow York Evening 1'o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 January 1896

$rw$$ lTfl W?mw 'tF"" w; firymc tf!fffi'ir&QQ'l!ffi w a Tit i it u ik to stevumson. TIio Vollliuit 1,1'ltora 11 l'orfect Picture ofliln Vnrlou ITIooiU. Qcorgo Hntnliii Pitch, .who reviews books for tho $.' E. Clif o iiiolo, has tho followingito' sny. about llobort Louis Stovonson find his Vniliran letters, which have just boon published: Tho literary year that has just ouded saw tho death of tho great est master of stylo who used tho Euglish tongue, tho creator of a world of romance that will never die. Since Stovonson's oagor life was quenched in night'in far-off Samoa, we have had many csti mates of his work and of his in- iluonco by divers hands, but tho article which .soenis to mo to roilect most perfectly tho innires sion that Stevenson makes upon a soneitivo mind was contributed by Mrs. Schuyler Van ltenssolaor to tho JNovombor Century, oho saw fateveiison only onco lor a ' single hour on a gloomy day iu a dismal chamber of a Now York hotel; but tho man, who was in bed, pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 January 1896

f t. &'' v EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 24, 1890. . H 'I Tho Vailima lotters, which nro . just from tho press, give a potted picture o tho various moods of tho literary artist who always strove for that porfectioa which ho could never attain. Hero is a bit from, ono o his last lotters which illus trates his gloomy fancies: "I wonder exceedingly if I havodono anything at all good; and who can toll mo? and why should I wish to know? In so littlb a while I and tho English languago and tho bones of my descendants will have .qoasod to bo a momory. And yet and yet ono would liko to loavo an imago for a few years upon men's minds for fun." But it was this very effort, ofton painful drudgery, to which he brought his genius, that produced Stevenson's briliaut works. His suggestion for an epitaph sums up his wholo life, its modesty and its heroism: "Hero lies ono that meant well, tried a little, and fail ed much." Of this Edmund Gosso says: "Surely that may bo his epitaph, of which ho need n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 January 1896

i-WHPPB y.ijfflpw v EVENING BULLETIN, JANUABY 24, 18DG. f .(Itf r'v rM i(. .I 51; Evei)ii)$ Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. milDAY JAN. 24, 18(JG. PACIFIC CABLES. In tbo speech from tho throno opening tho Dominion Parliament Lord Abordeon, tho Governor Genoral, rcforred with gratifica tion to tho aid promised by tho Im perial Government to tho fast At lantic sorvico in connection with the Bchemo for improving com munications by land and sea bo tween the Mother Country and tho Australasian Colonies by way of Canada, llo added: "My Gov ernment havo also learned with satisfaction that it is tho intoution of tho Secretary of Stato for tho Colonies to appoint a committee to consider a proposed Pacific cnblo to connect Canada with Aus tralia." This, with all tho prom ises wo havo from Sir Audloy Coote, Mr. Spalding and United States public men regarding a cable from tho United States Coast to Japan via Hawaii, in creases the chances foreshadowed in this paper somo time ago of two Pacific ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 January 1896

i$P9 ;!." w w . . ,' i'.cw rrY''WriSt'Hr'!i ) V V ,1 -V ; ' -v j i 1 ! mtt IIWWWI LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tkero was another good house nt tho circus hist night. Moonlight excursion to Eomond grove Monday week. A "Tri to Donnybrook" at AVirth's circus tonight. Monday next -will bo tho birth day of Emporor "William. Insurance on tho Honolulu Library is to bo increased to $5000. Rubinstein recital tit Oahu Collego this ovoning. Everyono iB invited. Tho second team of tho Sharp shootors has comraonced practicing for its forthcoming match. Tho Bchool children will bo ad mitted to all parts of tho circus at tho matinee tomorrow for 10 cents. Thoro will bo 11 drcris rehearsal o "Morcdith's Old Coat" at Indo pondeuco park theatre this even ing. Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, of Masons will meet in special session this evening to confer tho third degree. A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontul office Cottago No. 100, Alakoa street, telephone f o. G1C Offico liours 0 A si. to i P.M. It is proposod to reduco tho Libr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 January 1896

'r 4 i PlT rt: - kV, JT N EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 24, I89G. f j vr 'A 'ti f IT WIS SOI.O AS COHX. Why Itlcn In .Not Itlriitluncil In Hie lllblo. A book boforo us Bays: "Rico is not mentioned in tho Bible, (is it did not grow in tho countries in which Biblo lmpponings oc curred." "Wo think tho author is mistaken. Tho fact that tho word "rice" doos not appear is no evi dence o tho non-existence of a, product that in tho Biblo era woo footling tho majority of tho world's people. From tho earliest ages tho blanket oxprossioH, "corn," has boon usod to cover all manner of grains and seeds used for food. In England tho word now applies to barley , oats, and moro especial ly wheat; in Scotland it usually moans oats, while hero it only refers to uinizo. Tho word "corn frequently occurs in tho Biblo, and when wo consider tho enor mous coininorco of Palestine, particularly in tho days of Solo mon, it is natural to suppose that rico was among tho imports, and that, liko whoat and other grains...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 January 1896

1 (! TjrflMP,pH'P'" f W?1 -v Wtff -, n. Tn-' ?r " ""' '.'"' r"",;,'fw EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY r 24, 189G. Noiv HrMUli eminent. Tho Diann, rocontly launched at Glnsgow, is ono of four cruisors of 5,G00 tons, or nbout ns big ns our Olympin, building on tho Clydo. Tho others nro thoVonua, Dido and lsis. Thoro aro two moro of tho Bnmo class, tho Juno and Doris, building at Barrow; still anothor, tho Eolipso, ht Ports hiouth, an eighth, tho Minorva, at Chatham, and a ninth, tho Talbot, at Dovonport. Tho Inst thrco aro nt Government yards, which aro thus vying with private establish ments in hurrying forward tho additions to tho ileet. Still larger and newer cruisors aro tho Diamond, Europia, Niobo and Andromeda, building at Clydebank, at Barrow-in-Furness, and at Pembroke. Thoy aro to bo longer and broador than our Columbia and Minneapolis, and to bo far moro hoavily armed, tho main battery being lifteon quick firing six-inch guns, and thoy aro to havo 20,000 horepovor under t forced d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 January 1896

t"V'.' J- I EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 21, 18DC. " "wmmwmiiwiiiuWa,w.H.M,, .! i 1800 TONS SUGAR. Auuivrs in Tin: ni:vi:x i.ni,vxi .sti:a3(i:iis today. llurlt J. O. 1'llciiei-r Arrlvos ""Alter n Lone Pnamnce 1'rom Llverpool-IT. G.HsU In frm Ports Unwsll. Wihler's SWip Go's TIME TABLE. Canadian-Australian Steamship Line JA V. if y ?, r .'-" Zr mJ Wt"' Hi MEi mi ' P Br- aWM.' '" KPttX aaawi K i tlio AUtrgroTe It UUue on halUit (or Royal Itoadt. Tbe bark Andrew WclcU eipcts to finish cargo tomorrow. Over 1800 Ion of ni;ar came Into port today In focu steamers. Tlic steamer J A Cummin", arrived In port early till morning with a curgo ui Wnlraa nalo sttuar. The steamer Kauai earns In this morning with a bjt cargo of Makuwell sugar aud eighteen pawner. Toinorrow.Snturriav Mtrli tide larjje O.fM a m, lilj;li tide rmall, lf.il p m; low lido large. 5.25 p in, low tide small, 8.03 n in. The steamer W C Hull, commander Slmer on. clocked at Fort street whaif at H o'clock tliU nftcrnnon from Kona ...

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