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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, .TANUAKY 28, 1896. wiMaiiiwwiwLiimwwi f " -: J Jk LOCAL AND GENERAL. Sugar remains at tho Barao figure 33. Dr. V. Capron loft for Hawaii on tho Hall. Tlint-n w n fir nnr f nrm fin fft at tho circus tonight. Col. "W. ?. Allen loft for Kauai on tho Miknhala last night. Tho forthcoming tennis tourna mont has finally boon sot for May 5th. Judgo H. A. Widomann re turned from San Francisco by last night's stoamor. Tho opium conspiracy case for which Jon Sao is undor arrost will bo triod on Friday. E. Kopko, A. Gonsalvos, "W. P. Fonnoll and "V. J. Gallaghor loft , on tho Hall this morning. ' f M.J. Hoffman and Mr. Milli . ken loft by tho Hall this morning for tho volcano. "W. H. Hilliard, a famous artist, will paint a picturo of tho Volcano t for Adolph Sprockols. "Meredith's Old Coat" at Inde , pondonco Park nt 8 o'clock. Pre served seats at tho Hobron drug store. Two of the National band boys, "Win. Aylott and Kealakai, are on tho S. 0. Allon, duo horo tho end of tho wo...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 January 1896

EjZjfSKnQ mjryW itaym rm " EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 28, I89G. . i '..i, r w, S ft!'''? ' m: m ' f b, s 'vtt,. J 9 , ':' l-J- I- Bc t K HAWAIIAN NATIONAL HAND. Clotting lrnlp of the Iloyn by mi Ohio Editor. Tho Kent, Ohio, Courier of Jnn uary 3 litis n column nnd a half of description of tho Hawaiian Na tional Band. Mention is made of tho groat success of tho band un til Olovoland, O., was reached, whon tho dosortion of tho secreta ry and troasuror loft thom strand ed. Tho articto has a display head reading: "From Hawaii comes a band of musicians tho like of which Kont pcoplo havo novor hoard boforc," otc. Tho oditor Bays ho had heard thom in another city, at a Sunday sacred concert a few days before, stating, "Thoyiiro aploasantlotof follows, everyone of thom gontlomanly ap pearing, and mado tho best music wo havo over heard." Kont pooplo aro advised to sccuro reserved sonts at onco for oithor tho mati nco or evening concert. "William Morris is now putting through tho Kolmscott pre...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 28, 1896. I ' Wirth'n Clrcn. ! tomorrow night will oloso tho son for tho circus pooplo in nolulu. Thursday thoy go to 1 01 il 1 80 H K uai nnu nttor tuoir roturn will sn i for lokolmma. if, however. ar, ancoments can bo mado so as to ac nit of it, it is probable that ono p(j-formanco will bo given aftor tlBr roturn for tho bonofit of G'fcrgo W. do Long Post No. i5 CMjA. It. An announcement to tbMt effect was mado at tho intor- ra fusion last nicht. Tho show was t-rato yostorday evening and auuionco a largo and apprccia ono. Tho advent of the cir- cui has had tho usual effect on tho b( Ltb of tho town, and half tho old u 'ub and play grounds in Jtiono lj a. "witness two pin and throo pin pWformancos. j)np enterprising youth has or- g'Jiizod a colossal aggregation of uJiit which it costs fivo marblosto f TIio orchestra consists of a nica and tho acting is prin- confined to Alberto, tho , gags ro-hashed and madp oi io suit tho audionco. I ICho flagship Eoyal A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 January 1896

'fc.y w EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 28, 189G. M ' la Ms . '' 5 iff'' 'J v LINER AUSTRALIA. AltlUViS WITII HAY ClTVl'IiriOIir AU rASSEN(Si;ilS. WMnur C'IbbiUm f Maul Items Alongshore Forelcn Nhlpplnc Gathered Up Tqday. Busy day on Oceanic wharf. Tho schooner Robert Scarlet Is discharging coal at tho I'aclflc Mall wharf. The U 8 8 lloston It due at this port. She sailed from 8n Francisco January 19. The schooner J D Tallant will fall from Kahulul next week for Sau Francisco. The bark 0 D Ilryant Is unloading her cargo of lumber at the CusUm House wharf. The bark Albert Is loading sugar at Wll dcr's wharf, and will probably sail some tlmu next ucik. The barkciitlne Willie R Hume sailed for San FrancKo at noon today with I0OJ tons oraugar for tho rcllnery. Tho bark Rosalie was launched from tho Marine rallnny this morning and hauled over near tho Railroad wharf. The biikcntlnc Planter sallul from San Francisco for this port January W, and the bark S C Allen on January 10 3 St a m; high ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 January 1896

VVM,,, . ' ?, v12 Evening 2 l4' 1 .?' ? ,' Jl ' v VOL. 1. NO. 213. HONOLULU, H. T.. WEDMESI AY. JANUARY 29. 1890. PB1CE 5 CI'iN 11. " SK..T is ' ! m r tr ',.' ' I 'r ii i i v ' it ' ft ft 1 j !M. i ? .t .. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt 009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUIISCItll'TION KATES. Per Month, nnywhoro In tho Hn wallnn Islands $ 75 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to Amorlcn, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Por Year, pootpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 I'uynlilo Invurlliblv til Advance. Telcphono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. if IS g Cure DYSPEPSIA, Cure BILIOUSNESS, "j Cure CONSTiPATION, j Cure SICK HEADACHE. re Purely Vegetable, Are Sugar Coated, Are Mild but Effective. Good for the Stomach, Good for tiic Liver, Good for the Bowels. THERE ARE MO OTHER PILLS SO COOP AS AVER'S FILLS- Hlghcst-Awnrcls nt tho world's Crcnt Expositions. Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. Solo Asenta for tho Kopublio of Ilawnli. g iQicrostiDg ! Imports of Champagne In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 January 1896

"H W , X - EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 29, 1896. in wi will ww iiii m y I. K J tf 5f KT. fc.' L . n i r't'. .1 if K I U; m m f, in E,' 5p tait son, 'surrender.' I cscnpod by representing myself ns tho Times correspondent. Thoy let mo go. Tho others thoy took to Johannes burg. Boor losses have been ridi culously underestimated. Thoy must havo lost at least .AQO, men. I was at tho taking of Maudalay in 1885, was in tho Black moun tains, was first up in tho Ruby ex pedition uudor Gonoral Stewart, whore I was shot in tho chest and forohoad, but I never saw bravor man than Jameson's. "What do I think of Jim himself? Jim him self and his groat blunder? D the blundor. Jameson's simply tho grandest man I ovor mot." I'rcojtliiii DyHiioptla. Professor Baoul Pictot of Bor lin has frozen out his own dys pepsia and has sot up in Berlin a kaltoklinik. or cold euro, lor tho "frigotherapeutu'" treatment of disomies. Ho boxed himself up in a lefrigorator and reduced the temperature to minus 10."5 degr...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 January 1896

rf-r v,v 17." Vpgr jn'v iP (" , V ", "f t ,'r JH ' ' 1 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY '29, 1890. i n i' .' ( fe 'W'ilmnm'Wii.nawmjiJttjinlBlngiJnl nw im.'buB',i MMMftnMMMMtfM JL-Z-1 ft - Tlio Culmii Wnr. ' Geuoral Marin has been ap pointed Captain Gonoral of Cuba in place o Gonoral Martinez Campog. In a letter f roiii the re tired commander, sent by messen ger to Key "West, bocauso it could not pass tho tolograph censor, ho says he did not resign but was re moved. Tho lotter goes on to say: "Tho situation is this: Here is a provinco, distant from tho moth er country, whore tho political parties, by tho attitudo they aro taking, think to slmpo tho policy of Spain. If thoy had not this idoa, I could speedily show what the necessities of tho situation are. But thoy know that they would find mo in tho way if thoy sljDuld ask mo to shoot seventeen students an allusion to tho massacre of students in tho last war and bo causo of this knowledge thoy con spire behind my back. Yes, tins justifies ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 January 1896

Ml '' i EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 29, 1096. k' - : w ft I BI AUTH01UTL Sale of Lcaso of Government Lots on the Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu. On Wednesday, February 20, 18U, at 12 o'clock noon nt Uic front entrance of the Executive llulldlu' will be sold nt Public Auction the lcac of tlio following Govern rncnt lots, situate on tlio Esplanade, ilono luttt, Oahu. Lot No 30. Upot prlie: S5C0.00 per annum. Lot No 37. Upset price: 500.0 ) per milium. Lot No S3, t'psct price:-$300 00 per annum. Lot NoW. Upset price: S300.0J per annum. Terms: I.oase for ten j ears, rent pajable quarterly In advance. J. A. KINO, Minister of the Interior. Interior Olilce. .Tun 25, IV.x). 21T-3t. u ol? Everii) Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. . "WEDNESDAY JAN. 29, 189G. THE 'LEGISLATURE. So fnr ns tho Govornmont ns yot sees things, tho two houses of tho Legislature will bo nccontmo dntcil at tho rogulnr session ns they wore nt tho special. Although tho Ministers recognize that tho public got n poor show to boo th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 January 1896

- ;." j LOCAL AND GENERAL. OircuB tonight at 8. The Australia sails ou Saturday lit 4 o'clock. Thirty-six volcano tourists ro- turnou on tho lunau yosteruoy. Dr. E. M. Orano loft for Kauai on tho Kcauhou yesterday. Dr. Soulo has resumed his du 1 tiles as surgeon of tho Australia. , Senator Henry AVatorhouso has chimed from his tour of Hawaii. Julion D. Hayno and ivifo re turned from tho volcano yester day. Govornmont officials aro busy preparing roports for tho Legisla ture. II is said tho Uilo Tribuno will shortly enlarge to an oight-pnge paper. Tho Bifhop of Panopolis and Fothor Matliias have returned from Hawaii. Tlin Tvirmn lirnnrrlit filOS Imn-H of sugar and the latost number of tho Hilo Tribuno. Antono Soabury, of tho Bulle tin's circulation department, is laid off today by sickness. Tho courts of tho Pacific Tonnis club will bo thrown open to ladies this aftornoon from 3 to 6. Tho funeral of Mrs. Mackenzie took plnco yestorday afternoon, Kov. H. H. Pnrkor oifioiating. Tlio ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 January 1896

v: Kr EVBN'ING BULLETIN, JANUARY 20, 1800. B 4 "i r B i ' VU f V ?i &A m -. ; tft " ' ;C itt'i s- p v A!. Nn;jci,i:its or opium. Jlaunllnu Authorities Trleltcd liy n Pugct Sound nine. Pout Townsend,WAbh., Jan. 1-1. Tho Boizuro o tlio smuggling Bclioonor Henrietta by tho Hn vniian authorities, with opium nbonrd, has boon tho caiiBO of nil Borts of smuggling storios. Ono story that tho enso rocnllod wns tho seizure sovoral months ngo nt Hawaii of some 2200 pouuas of opium. This was owned by Port TowuBond peoplo2 and tho suino ring is still carrying on business. Tho drug is smuggled across from Victoria with littlo difficulty and placed aboard tho lumbor schoon ers that sail from tlio Sound. Tlio Hawaiian oilicials nro not ox.ncel ing it through this channel, ami consequently it is disposed of with littlo difficulty at the hand Bomo price of 27 per pound. City Uarvuigo Co..J.S. And. ratio, mannger. It yuu wan hnok with, good Iioiho and euro ful driver ring up i'elophono Ii3 corner ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 January 1896

Tr j i x EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 29, 189G. Ttymn,mmamimtoarnixxKrmx wwhmva M' l ' Nw Stjln of l'roiu-llcr. Tho Ocoanic dock wns tlio scono of a novel test yesterday, says tho Sun .Francisco Chronicle o Jan. 21: John D. Sprockets lias boon oxporimonting with a now corksorow propollor and has decided to placo one on tho tug Rolinnco To get at its true worth n comparison with tho merit of tho old whool was necessary, and yes terday tho tugs llolianco and Alert had a tugof-war to dotormino tho standard to bo used as a guido for tho comparison. Tho show was quito a mystory to thoso who did not understand its purpose, and it attracted a big crowd of very curious peoplo. The Rolinnco and Alert aro about equally poworful, and tho tug-of-war was vory much of a draw as far as gonoral results nro concerned. After tho now whool is adjusted thoro will bo a second tost. Thoro 1b ouo of Iho Ipropollors on tho tug Santa Fo at San Diego and tho results of its I uso aro said to bo highly satislac- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 January 1896

i7sW'.,m &, f- FfV hA ' ' ' PS,' piK .t. ""tf-JR - 1 ' " 5 '" JV T" J J. . 1 ' ' i v vj '. EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 29, 1890. '! i mm9JwrmmmimjrBm'ml wwinirwi jttlmmtmumMwtCK'9 itmir mm '9tv 'W.ir !fc r e fcte i m $y is&si 1 ?;' : " SCHOONER LEWERS. TAUKS A ltl(3 (lAHUOUl'Sl'DAinO 'lMtlKCO. Wtimer Klnan From nilo nippn- Ins Along the Front ITfakee Prom KenllivMarlno Itsms. Boat crew from tin- HciiiiltiKton were prac ticing 8.itlliu about the lmrbur today. The Imrk Knnlle, formerly the Don Atfolfo, Is at tlio Old I Ishmarkct w tmrf. Tlio steamer Klnan Icmc on Friday for Hawaii, at II o'clock In t lie morning, luMcnd of 10 o'clock as heretofore. The John Ganihtc, bolonglnj) to the Mat son 1'nekct I.lnc to llllo from San l'miu'laeo, It now due at I lie former port. The hark S C Allen lea San Pranclico for thin port January 15, with a cargo of general merclifiml'op vnliicil nl 1S,274. Toinonow, riiurntlnt Hhih tide latgc. J.'J i in; lilh tldu Mnall, 4 S p in; low tide largo. lU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1896

PFT Ti ? '' Evenino: Bulletin 'A,-, VOL. 1. NO. 214. HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY. JANUARY 30. 189G. PRICE 5 CENTS. ti tvunHMi " i(V, '''J'5, j &vp?' . . . A" ? lV"V .' ' to V - WW ft t ' 4 yr r THE EVENING BULLETIN. Publishod ovory clay oxcopt Sunday nt 609 King Stroot, Honolulu, II. I. SUIISCmi'TION KATKS. Per Month, nnywboro In the Ha waiian Islands $ 75 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 Pnyublo tnviii'lnblv In Ailvotieo. Telephone 250. P. O. Box 80. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Health and Strength RESTORED BY THE USE OF Ayer's Sarsaparilla Mr. M. A. dimming, of YnrravlUo, Victoria, Australia, Say t "About a year ago, I had a sovcro attack of Influenza, which left mo very weak, without energy, appe tite, or Interest in life. Obtaining little or no relief from doctora, or from the many remedies recom mended to me, I finally tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and from that time, began to gain health and streng...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1896

,'T EVENING BULLETIN, JANUAltY 80, 1890. t s -Til'irli r .. iriiumn .T.iin wn,M'..w..n,i'.iiiw E immw J- ', W" fe Vatlciir'n Mot1cty. An nnocdoto of. Pnstour con corns n rido ho took in a cub with M. Durny, tho Acndomicinu. "When thoy renchod thoir destiim tion tho hitter took outti fivo franc piece and lold the cabmantto keep the change as a souvenir of lmviiig driven tho foremost savant of tho century. Not to bo outdono, M. Pas tour gavo tho lucky Johu a similar coin, with an admonition to keep it in remembrance of having driv en tho greatest Minister of tho Hnnnml Kirmirn. Ono of Pasteur's distinctive traits was his modest dishko of display. At tho Kiel fcto ho might have had a great public manifestation in his honor, hut ho declined it. Ono or tho Other. S. E. Chronicle: All in all, i would seem that tho United States ' must pursue ono of two courses in tho event that Spain concludes to part with Cuba. Either this country must say to tho world that tho Cuban revolutionists have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1896

pjtf PSKJP1 fw-'r Iw rr-r v "V. : i ,' t wwyp'in A dispatch to tho Now York Herald from Colon says: ItiB rumored horo that tho Mosquito Indians, includiug Chief Andrew Honry, will invito Ohiof Glnronco to roturn to tho Mosquito torritory. Ohiof Glnronco was deposed by tho Nicnrngunns in 189d, nnd sub sequently wont to Jamaica; whoro it wnB said ho was in receipt of n pension from tho British Govern ment. Great Britain refused to recognize tho now Nicarnguan Government setup in Bhjcuolda after tho dopositiou of Ohiof Olar once, and out of this grow tho troubles that resulted in Great Britain Bonding a squadron to Corinto to enforce tho payment of tho indomnity domaiided by Grent Britain for tho oxpulsion of tho British Vico-Consul at Bluofiolds. Ohiof llonry was appointed as tho successor of Ohiof Olaronco. Hicks Siugloton has boen jilt ed by that Frooman girl, but ho 1 doesn't appear to bo very much cut up about it. "Wicks Not at all; fact is, Singleton fs decidedly puircd upbecauso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1896

f U' i hr EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 30, 181)0. Mr.xianjtt3n)w S "& t R- 1 K fc,W ' (?. J v , u L if BY AUTHORITY. Mies To Delinquent Tax Payers. Tax Payers of the Island of O'ahu are hereby notified that, lu accordance with Section 61, Chapter 01 of the Session Lawn of 1802, ftlj Taxes remaining unpaid on the :!tst day of January, will be published together with a list of all Dellnriucnt Tax-payers as toon after the abovo date as practicable. JONATHAN SHAW, S1.1-3t. Assessor let Division, 3JK Evegli Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. THURSDAY - JAN. 30. 18. OBSERVATIONS. It will bo the turn of Knuni next to have n. visit from the Gov ernment Bmul. Says tho Commercial Journal: "It is absolutely certain that wo cannot sell our sugar to Uncle Sam and buy our goods from the Mikado." . Well put I It is a groat pity that tho Na tional band broko down in its tour, as it was doing good service in advertising tho islands. Until tho side of tho majority is heard, judgment cannot bo formed as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1896

Y EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 30, 1896. JTMnfco oaaoiatjflemjBOBrwi w imwmw wwnra;imiiuwfcinnnn KinyiAMju 7 LOCAL AND GENERAL. Miss "Knto Fiold will lcavo for the S'olcnno by Friday's Kinnu. Company' 5 of tho Citizen's Guard moots at llio Police "Station this evening. t Sonator Baldwin relumed from a quick trip to Kauai by tho Mika liala this morning. - , Company D had a livoly drill and business mooting last night. Four now members woro olectod. This is tho regular mooting night of tho Y.M. 0. A. orchestra, and ovory morabor is expected to bo on hand. A farowoll luau will bo given to Mrs. Dan McCorriston at Long Branch tomorrow afternoon. Tho lady is about to lcavo for Molokai. Tho Palaco Candy store which wa3 sold by auction yesterday was bid in by its owner at S800. Tho goods arc being romoved today. Professor Musick has completed his notes for his forthcoming book Oil UIO lSHIUUa IIHU Will "ii tho Australia on Saturday. Don't forgot that tho Oahu rail way continues to run excursio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1896

K ff v.' '" 4V X V, -r Si' EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 30, I8DG. fe M- Ws! . ' r-' K.V .L B ff . . 4. fct jSt t '4 .. .V y ' $' -p- '.' f' 1wKSiE''i I 1 rt P fj Tho Conunittco on Const De fenses of tho Sonato resumed its hearings on Sontitor Squire's bill to provido fortifications nncl other defenses. General Plaglor, Chief of Ordnnnco, appeared ooforo tho committco and mndo a statement. Tho committee is conducting tho inquiry behind closed doors, as much of tho information gathered from tho Army omcors is of such a charactor that it is not thought best for tho country to make it public. Gonoral Flagler said that about S5,000,000 will bo required to furnish tho guns, mortars and all that is supplied by tho Bureau of Ordnanco to comploto tho do fonso of tho twenty-eight ports, including Pugot sound, for which projects have bwn approved. "A conservative," said tho corn fed philosopher, in answer to a 'quostion from tho youngest man, ua consorvativo may bo doiincd as a man who waits for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1896

7 V' ' EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 30, 1800. 7 -, ' ioi:i:h;n no its. n!m1mf.iRmim -a...! n.ZZ t....; ... , "" ' 'T3 J . . . . rrailTTgjajBM Li: "Waste Not, Want Not." 'M Owing to tho rccnll, in some qnnrtoi'H "dismiHsul" is tbo word used, of Mttrslml MnrtinoK do Campos from tho Cnpttiin-Gonor-ulsliip ofOubu, tho Duko of Totu an, Spanish Minister for Foroign Affairs, has resiguod. Ho will oo aucceodod by Sonor ol Duayon. A resident of Hopowoll, N. T., has issued a circular to promoto a monument to Jnmos W. Marshall, tho discovoror of gold in Califor nia, who was a native of IIopo woll. Tho Swedish ltiksdag was open ed Jan. 18 by King Oscar in por son. In tho b pooch from tho throno his majosty Baid ho heartily dosirod that all causes for discord between Sweden and Norway Bhould bo permanently Bet aside, in yiow of ovonts on ovory side, which made it more necessary than boforo for tho socurity of liberty and independence for tho Scandinavian peninsula that both nations should hold fnst...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1896

. '. ,r i-s 1 ' . s.ft ;ov JfNT WWi dramr M3.v : i"jE;.N,iBivBflitmiprw".i ri, -r-- ; ''tZr' "? if i ' '.I EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 80, 189G. ywnMronwatii naaMmijfciJUXx'gm T0W9B Si. Or ' K?" i '' B.' BOSTON IN PORT. Till: IIAItK HOSAMi: (IOKS TO I'Oltr lOWNNBMl. Mlkabala ArrlTM-NoBnliim In- The Nchoonar Transit flujritr Laden to Bun Fratnelao. The bark AUlcrgrove Is taking In ballast. The 11 V ltlthet la expected to tail next cck. Tlio Kaalu Is unloading her U!;ar In the Reaper. Tliu ilUm.ititlliiK' of the old Sumatra Is still going on. The J 0' t'llngcr Ic unloudli't; brick at the foot of Niiuinu street. The bnrk Albert rcaelved mgar fiom the Mlkahala this morning. Tim nainu of ilie Norwegian lurk Sjoken gen, imaiif In Kiujlitli '"sea King." The linn i. lnr! Ko-nlle, It NUstni mas ter, n.illcd 'or l'orl Totioml where she will be thoroughly oMThnulcil. Tomorrow, FrMny lllirli tide Inrge, 1.40 a in; high tldo mal, 4..VS p m; low tide large. lU.ill) p in; low lldu small, V.'t u in. ...

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