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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1896

W fV. '? ii;, .. ; iW; SS ft V &' , ' v. -..'. Evening Bulletin ,j . :Mit-M t . '.' ! w :.'i, . ' r fYTtej i" 1 , 4 : K V t ' '?' I 1 V ' I b VOL. 1. NO. 215. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovory day except Snndar ot 609 Kins? Street, Honolulu, YL I. SUHSCniPTION' ilATKS. Per Month, anywhere in the Ha waiian Islands 8 lb Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to Amorica, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpnid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nyiiblo Inviirlublv In Ailvanoo. ' Tolophono 230. P. O. Box 80.... B. L. FINNEY, Manager. FOR BEAUTIFUL HASH Ayer's Hair Vigor RESTORES COLOR, PROMOTES Growth, Koops tho scalp cool, moist, healthy, and freo from dan druff. It is the host dressing in the world, and is perfectly harmless. Those desiring to retain the youthful appearance of tho hair to an ad vanced period of life should uso Ayer's Stair Vigor. Gold Medals at the World's Great Expositions. I fJP Hcwftro ot cheap Imitation. Thfl nrn -Ayor-U prominent on tho wrapper, aud. to biomi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1896

'. w EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 81, 1896. fWf-m P- I . sv , 'f, r M 5 ' ' to lift tut: ui:NniKri,v's chuw. Sonic l'nctn I'rom Vniicoiivcr Con cerning; Their I'nitt Itcrnril. A Into Const paper in nu nrti clo on tho Honriottn's recont cruise niul enpturo by tho Hnwni ian authorities says that accord ing to tho articles nt tho shipping ollice in Vancouver Captain "W. 3. Anilorsou was formerly of tho San Francisco Hchooner Epping or; B. H. AVheolor, tho mnto; 0. E. Gaile, J. II. Brown, Michaoi Conuell and the Chinese wore formerly on Victoria sealing schooners. Georgo "NViulo, yhoso namo is not on tho articles, is an old hand at tho business. Ho was twico scntonced to McNeill's isl and for smuggling on tho Sound, tho last time breaking jail and crossing tho straits in a small bont. lie used to oporato princi pally on tho stoamors. Jmllclnrr Jotting. Judge Perry on Thursday of ter noon heard tho ojoctmont caso of James 1. Dowsott and others vs. Knuoho and Haiha and others. Kiunoy, Ballon...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1896

. - . . - EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 81, 1890, II IIHH'UMWiri 'I - " i TI10 Trntmvnnl quctlon. Loudon dispatches of tho 18th sny: All tho vessels of. the Hying squadron aro now nssomblod nt Spithoad, whence, it is rumored, thoy will start Tuesday morning. I loam from official sources that tho statement of. its destination being Venozuola is unfounded, and as proof thereof tho fact is instanced, that two vessels of tho flying squadron, tho Royal Sovor- oign and tho Royal Oak.draw over twenty-oignt loot ot water oacn, and thus could not approach Georgetown harbor. Gibraltar will bo tho first station of tho squadron. Tho Admiralty Department in forms tho Associated Press that tho destination of tho flying squad ron of British war ships now oil Spithond has not yet been deter mined tpon ovou by tho Admiral ty, and certainly tho war ships nro not going to tho.Bormudas or auywhoro in Amoricau 'waters at present. A Berlin correspondent tolo- traphs under dato of Jan. 18: 'ho week has onded ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1896

K4JOTTOH1 sf" EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 81, 1896. iW, fr r W BI AUTHOBITY. Mies To Delinquent Tax Payers. Tax Payer of the lland o Oaliu archcrcby notified that, In accordance with 8ectlon CI, Chapter 0l ' ,ne Session Laws of I8U-2, all Taxes remaining unpaid on tlio 3lst day of January, will bo published together with a list of all Delinquent Tax-payers as soon after tfic above date as practicable. JONATHAN SHAW, 213-31. Assessor 1st Division. 5 Evei)ii?$ Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. PHI DAY - - - JAN. 31, 1890. OBSERVATIONS. "Mr. "Wirth will loiwo behind him in Honolulu a porpotual name for bonovolonco by his noblo notion, in tendering a performance of his circus to aid the G. A. E. project of securing a now burial plot. I Two of Undo Sam's white cruisers are in port since tho arrival of tho Boston yesterday. Oholt'ia fooled Honolulu out of a similar pleasure whon tho Olympia canio round. Some good work is being dono on populous streets that have been long neglected. Tho remaki...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1896

- ' I EVENING BULLETIN, JANUAHY 31, 189G. V ltmrmwr"mmj' imm mnjm r LOCAL AND GENERAL. The now Sorgoant of Company B is Vidn Thrum. Tho Australia's mail will oloso at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. O. B. Spalding came ovor from Kapaa on tho Makeo this morn ing. Crisp vegetables were scon ex posed m OhinoBO stores this morn ing. ' Miss Kate Field was unable to loavo on tho Kinau today owing to poor health. Hawaiian Locfgo of Masons has a special Bession tonight for work in tho second degree. Tho Quintette Club will play for tho dinner and danco at tho Hawaiian hotol tonight. Tho Ohinoso Now Yoar com mences with tho now moon on February 13th. "Wirth's circus loft on tho Mika hala last night and will perform at Lihuo tonight. Tho bark Velocity is nearly fifty years old, and Captain Martin says sho is as good as now. Sho has mado plenty of monoy for hor ownors. Captain Wildes and Executive Officer Blocklingor of tho U. S. S. Boston camo ashoro at 10:30 and Bpont tho morning in making of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 81, I89G. h h r Wn ' t :. i. I? l L. s. HI 'j I Wff i j 4 v H J) u: 110N01.u1.1r omcicr.r cum. Xlectluu oronitern l&rly Oriciiliiir il Mcanoii. At the adjourned annual meet ing of tho Honolulu Criokot Olub, hold nt tho Arlington Hotol lust night, muohi important busi ness was transneted. Tho re port of tho oxecutivo committeo submitted questions of finance, ground and annual ontortninmont, all of which were dealt with promptly. Officors for tho onsu mg year wore elected as follows, tho president, vice prosidont, cap tain, vico captain and conmritteo man Mackintosh being ro-olectcd: M. Brasch, president; Thos. Lishman, vico presidont; A. 1. Hatfield, captain; F. B. Avorbnch, vico captain; C. II. Norton, bocro tary and tieasuror; "V. L. Stan ley, W. F. Itoyiiolds and A. St. M. Mackintosh, mombcr of oxecu tivo committeo. Some of tho members present added S3'2 to Uio ground fund subscription, and tho club authorized a payment to tho fund out of tho treasury...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1896

yr v v try ft: AT" ."V V EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 31, 1890. yyyyflIXt W TWWyW WWM rapym.MipiwwrmMq Wiu iniwwwiummmwiwifwwuii seaes mtm.m mnm tm m 3 V CIIICUS ANI OKAND A1IIHV. Business Cards. Business Cards. "Wasto Not, Want Not." fcffl Itoncflt Ten lo red Iiy Sir. Wlrtli to Geo W. Do Iionjr l't. Geo. "W. do Long Post, No. -15, Grand Army o tho Ropublic, lavo beon ofTorcd a benefit by Mr. Harry "Wirtli, proprietor of tho circus. Tho oitor has b6on nccoptod and, in all probability, tho por f ormanco will bo given on or about Fob. 11. This post was organized in Sop tombor, 1882, and soon gained a largo membership, which on ac count o death has rapidly do creaBed until at present thoro aro but twenty-five members. Shortly after organizing a burial plot was purchased, which is now filled up and need of a now ono is urgent. Tho procoods of tho benefit will go toward securing ono, erecting monuments thoreouj etc. Messrs J. N. "Wright, past post commander; R. J. Groon, com maudor; L. Adlo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1896

m V' " W EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 81, 189G. I- k P?(. WILDER ARRIVES. 'THi:N01tVK)IAMIAUIt HF.INritOM rOltrSTANLKV. atBr Kaaal With Mskawell "r --!WUee InThe Schooner K not to Punatlo. The bark Albert Is If tag at Brewer's harf. Schooner Ka Mol left for l'saullo, Hawaii, tody. I.lner Australia calls tomorrow altcrr.oan at 4 o'clock. Tlio ichooner Luka was launched from the Marine Hallway jestcrday. Caulkers are engaucd caulking the decks of the schooner Kobert Scarles. The German bark J C PllURCr Is discharg ing irclgnt al tuc ltsnroiul wnari. Tho Norwcghn I irk Serine ha nearly j finished dljcliarg'ui: her ergo nf coal. Amoncit thecarjto the Velocity arc some ' packagis of valuable Chinese medicine. The James Mnkec unloaded 1)535 bags of Kealla sugar Into (lie bark Albert today. Tho Maknncli cypres, Knual, brnimlit 7850 bags of sugar liom that plantation this morn ing. l'rorUlliig I'ic find l Tarnruble, (he birk llnsalie will s.ul lor rort lownsind thlsnner- 110011. The steamer Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1896

"?? '&' Evenino: Bulletin 5 i- t r. VOL. 1. NO. 216. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1896. PRICE 5 CENTO. ' fc' J -v m, : : i Nil') $? a. .'I ,,' r -t f H $ THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt 609 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. BUiiscmraoH hates. Per Month, nnywhoro in tho Ha waiian Islands 8 75 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Muxlco 10 00 PoriYcar, postpaid, nlhor Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nynhto Invnrlnblv In Advnnco. Tolephono 250. P. 0. Uox 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. WONDERFUL Blood -Purifying Effect or Ayer's Sarsaparilla Sir. Clinrlc Stcp!ienoii, n well.l(nmn itnllwny Kmployo nt Kulapol, Now ZcnlnnU, write! "About ten years ago, whilo en gaged in shunting, my foot caught between tho rails, and roy leg was fractured below tho lcnoe. It healed in time, but I havo been troubled over since with swollen veins, and havo been obliged, at times, to wear n bandage. About a year ago it be camo much "worse, and I feared I should b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1896

AW r r y EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, 1890. U tf' ft.' r V i u ." ! - Ri'. &v ft. r v . sa: , . i. 7. ? i i ?! fVr t j. PS' ' : B t' V' r SJ" " t not nn establishment for miuistor ing to vanity. Homo is just whnt .woinnn makes it. Rov. Olmrles Scndding, Toledo, Ohio. CHRISTIANITY. Christianity wnB not a result of the accident of "sin. It "was Uou's otomnl purposo that this should bo iv Christian world. There is only ouo right -way to live for God and for man, and that is tho Christian way. llev. Goorgo "W. Brooks, Univorsalist, Dorchester, Mnss. , EVOLUTION. If evolution is truo, then tho Biblo is not truo, and God did not make man in his own imago; ho did not creato him holy, and hence man novor foil, and Jesus Christ 1b of no use because ho died to savo mon from sin. llov. A. S. Gumbart, Boston, Mass. . AMUSEMENTS. Too many Christian people look upon amutoiuents narrowly if not --fanatically, and would apply to them tho most horoic treatment. Amusements are important, and rel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1896

..Tf m ? EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, 1890. y an uphiw:itwww k ' oiiuiUMi ni:uvici:s. IVIioro Honolulu People May Wor ship Tomorrow. Central Union Ciiuncu Comor Bereta nia ami lllclianls streets. Doulus P. lilr nie, minister. Sorviccsfur Sumlny, Febru ary 2d: 9j33 i. uii, fcunilny uunuol nud Bible class. At 11 a. ni., Public wurship and sermon, 3:30 p. in,, Junior Christian Endeavor meeting. 6:30 p. m., Prayer meeting of tlio Yl'SOE, 730 p in, publio worship nnd sermon: "The Witness of tho Uncovered Cities On and Pi-Thorn." After ineetinR in tho parlors. Wednesday nt 7:30 p lii, Prayer meeting, "Tho Power to For civo Sins," Sunday schools : Japanoso nt Lyceum, 10 anijl'ortuguesooiiMillerBtreot, 2:30pm. A cordial wolcomo for all at every mooting. , St. Andiiew'sCatiieubal Cnthcdral ser vices, 0:30 u. in.) celebration of tho Holy Communion. 11 a.m., Matins with sermon. 7.30 p.m., ovonsong with sermon. The services of thu Second Congregation of St. Andrew's tomorrow (Sunday) will be a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1896

rr,- w '& ?V tf; hft EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 1, 1800. i.'f $' w if" ' r1 'M iVi .4.J S Eveiu)$ Bullet'19, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. SATURDAY, - FEB. 1, 1890. NO KREE HOSPITAL. Attention is called by tho Hilo Tribune to tho lack of a hospital in that town, whore tho "sick and unfortunato" might "go and stay free of cost and oxponso, and re coivo tho treatment that is accord ed tho unfortunato in civilized communities." At tho conclusion of its remarks tho Tribuno says: "Lot us havo a hospital, and that, too, right away. If tho Govern ment cannot spare tho monoy when it 1ms plenty to spend on a band in Honolulu, on its beach road, on its many oflicors rotaincd for show, thon lot us build it by private subscriptions." Our con temporary does not strongthon its very laudable pleo by harping on the old growl against Honolulu. As for tho band, every Govern ment in tho world, probably, pays for sound, as woll as show, in various forms. Tho beach road will moro than repay tho outlay on it,...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1896

i-vV ' r '. I W ( 'V 1 4 .V ,rMwt , imm mn i wtjx iwmwHu .4 LOCAL AND GENERAL. krMMit - " j .', j,lVirtli'a ci s i i i circus Bliowcd nt Na- "-wiliwili Inst night. Julion D. Ilnyno is bookod to loovo on tho Austrnlin this nftor noon. W. "NV. Diinond expects to onon up in his now qunrtors on King street on tho 15th. Tho annual meotinfi. o Com D. comes off on "Wednesday week. Paul Neumann and wife will tnko up thoir rosidenco at San Souci to roinain Bovoral months. ' Tho Salvation Army will hold oight mootings tomorrow, ono o which will bo on tho Bennington. Ohns. M. Oooko and wifo and Georgo P. Cnstlo are among thoso who are going away on tho Aus tralia today. F. A. Cook will load tho Y. M. 0. A. praise sorvico tomorrow night at G:30 o'clock. Subject, "God's lovo for sinners." Tho regular monthly mooting ot tho Piouoor Building and Loan Association comes off on. Monday ovoning noxt. Georgo Macy, an oporator who has boon- thrco years with tho Mutual Tolophono Company, has rosignod his...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1896

rarasa '.. Wb ! 'V ' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, I89G. ft) iV" : W 6v. OIUIIIIIT COUKT rriiM. Judge Carter will Ilcnr- Jury Cn- for the Vint Time. Thoro aro ninety-two cases on tho calondar for tho Fobruary torm of tho FirBt Circuit Court to opon on Monday. Blanks aro loft for writing in Bovontoon more. Tho Hawaiian criminal cbbcs numbor twenty, Hawaiian civil fivo and mixed jury eleven. Thoro aro ninotoon foreign criminal oases, and foreign civU oightoon. Tho foregoing refers to jury cases. Of jury-waived cases thero aro twenty, of which only three nro wholly Hawaiian in tho par ties. Most of tho criminal cases are appeals from district magis trates, and only a small proportion of all are for folonious oironscs. A. V. Carter, First Judgo of tho First Circuit, will prosido, but probably his associate, Judgo Per ry, will hear some of tho cases in tho second courtroom. This will bo tho first appearance of oithor of them on tho bench at a jury torm. E. P. Dolo, tho new Deputy At torn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1896

Y & ' ' "w EVENING BULLETIN, . FEBRUARY 1, 1890. ft'itu numi ymftmm,t MtfJi. MQHPflWMTMVMWI m J njWiroi ii II la wwt:W)i nn mi , I AT THE HUT IS TODAY. Company II ARnliitt, thn.Sccond Hlinrp Hliootorn 'IVnni. The match shoot behveon Com pany B nnd tho second ton o Uio Sharpshootors comes off at tho. Mnkiki range this afternoon. Company B's team is composed of tho following, tho list contain ing in addition to tho names tho avorago record made by each man in tho last throe month's shooting: Captain E. O. White, 42.5: privato Elvin, -14.5; corporal Schmidt, 41: privato Oloson, 40.5; sorgean Giles, 41; corporal Park, 40.5; privato J. A. Jbhnson, 41; corporal Storoy, 40; privato.Tra cy, 40 and privato Howell 40. Tho avorago of the team according to tho abovo showing is 41 l-10th. Tho Sharpshootors team will not bo dofimtely known until tho match takes placo, as somo of tho mombors may not bo on hand. It is expected, however, that tho following will tako part: L. L. McCandless, Alex....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1896

'iWvT" i irtM t S? 5J 3ff)RBwBMfliMftTty bJBrj Hvffit BHKJWf95iWlilHIilHB8IRBBBMBBBTBBWBnrRBl5W EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, 1890. f& ' iV ':i , J- V BA y tp B f !' ' 7 ' ROSALIE'S" MISHAP. ihci:aks a yakii ahm whim: hoisting nail. Sealer Wllllard Alnworth Leave far Tokohama-Keauhou frem Wl- meii flokolll Arrive. Hnckfcld's scow Is coaling tlio Boiton Tuo Rosalie will sail for Port Towntcnd to day. Schooner Mlllo Mori Is sails fur Koolau to day. The Ceylon Is rccchlng sugar from the Kauai. Tito Keuuhoii Is loading Kauai sugar In the Albert. The Kcauhou brought -1010 bsgsof Walmca sugar and 50 bags of peanuts. The steamer Wnlalcale was launched from tho Murlnj K.ultvHf this morning. The selling tiliuiincr Wllllard Uiuwortli, Cant Crockett, cleared for Yokohama today. The cross amount of pilotage collected at New York during .the year 1S9 was SSS7, 015.37. The sloiincr Claudlno iltli sugar from Maul and Hattnll, will nrrUe tomorrow morning. Tomorrow. Sunday High tide large, 5.5'J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1896

Evening Bulletin y w1 V ' n in f VOL. l. NO. 217. HONOJU1AJ. H. I.. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1896. PRICE 5 CENTO. 'Hi V f f J IhKt ' "c THE i i. ' tr k 1 ' . ',1 EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day excopt Sunday nt G09 King Strcot, Honolulu, II. 1. suiscminox uatics. Per Mouth, anywlioro In tho Ha- waiinn Islands 8 75 Per Year. rf. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mnxico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 1.1 00 I'nyublo Iuvnrlnlilr In Ailvanoo. TolepUono 2o0. P. O. Uox 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. ,s u!3 loufcs of gocd health. ftysr's Safsaparilla tfa.tos Pui'o Blood, Sirongi.Oiis iho fervss, -thai pans the Appetito, Kemovts ihal Tirod Feeling, an: ahs Ufa Worth Living. Sufforcrs from indiges tion, general tiTtX .1 C ' .-VjFKT. 1 debility, skin n uiDUtiaun, ui '.V "., kf v. any other ail ment arising scf(Mpy-i tt$JZW from impure blood, should tako AVER'S !LLA Geld fticdjls ct ths Vorld's Great Expoiltlon. n3?IlfWnro of rlioap imitations. Tlio nimic AjcrV Sarsi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1896

2 EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 3, 1800. &H Captain nduo Entertnlntd. The dinnor given at tlio Arling ton on Saturday ovouing in honor o tlio roturn o Captain F. S. Dodno bv tho Sharpshooters was a very onjoyablo affair, "obbut'tmrly I of tho mombors and a few invited guoats being present. Commieaion or Mnrsden presided, and aftor discussing tho various good things provided by that most oxcollont caterer, Thomas E. Krouso, ad dressed the assorably in his usual happy stylo and proposed a toast to their now captain. Captain Dodge responded, giving an ac count o his recent tour and prais ing tho National Guard o Ha waii. Other toasts during tho evening wero "Tho National Guard," res ponded to by Colonel McLean and "Tho Republic o Ilawaii" by Sonator McCandless. Remarks wero also made by Dr. Emerson, Captain E. O. White, Prof. Hos mer, Lieutenant "Wall and MossrB. Scott, Towso, Earriugtou and others. Wedding at Kua 1'lantatlon. On Saturday evening last Mr. Thos. O'Dowda, sugar-boiler a...

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

wv,uQpFy$fF$v. whwu-!t K.VEN1NG BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 3, 1896. nCOHKT JUS IlESIOXA flOM. Letter from Kniml Tcnclicru to Jtlr. Atltlimoti. The following letter bus boon recoifC by tho Bulletin from the secretary of tho Kuuui Teuch ei'a ABBooitttion, in uccordanco with a resolution of that body to have it drawn up and forwarded to tho Hawaiian props for publi cation: Linuc, Kauai, Fob. 1, 189G. Alatxu T. Atkinson, Esq. Dear Sin: Wo, tho Kauai teachers, assembled in convention this day, resolved that it is fit and propor that wo sond you an ex pression of tho rogrets with which each of us hoard of your resigna tion ns Inspector Genornl of Schools. It is u regret thut arises from tho knowledge, that your visit amongst us were visits of profit, recognizing, ua we did, your Bolid louiniog, your practi cal ojrporicnoe, and the readiness and kindliness with wuioh you sought to improve tho schools in mothods, miuincrs and ideals. TVe also express sorrow thnt tho state of your health has been su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1896

V V- EVEN TNG BULLETIN FEBRUAllY 8. 18DG. ,jriwwiw &. fc f. P. Kh 31? Euerir?$ Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. .MONDAY, - - - FEB. 3. 18D0. JUDICIAL. Something is still Inciting in our judiciary systom. Notwith standing nn entirely now nisi prius bonch hns been created, and tho Supromo Court elovated to a purely appellate jurisdiction, tho calendars of tho jury torms aro becoming more and moro crowded. "With two judges hearing cases at term together, many jury-waived cases have yet to go over to recess. Important civil suits hnvo to await tho conclusion of longdrnwu out trials of potty police court busi ness coming up on appeal. Jurors grow restivo and, it is to bo feared, sometimes indifferent when de tained from their business weary hours hearing miserable causes such as that of tho possession of a pipo. nnd a nutshell of opium. And who can blame tho jurors, drawn from the most uctive pur suits of tho city, when tho Gov ernment itsolf every term weeds out n host of theso crimiu...

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