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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1896

vT- EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 3, 1S8G. .Hf'WWll0"im'ilxttJWM''fPnWWWl 4 t iL LOCAL AND GENERAL. Baud concert at Emma Bquaro tonight. Julion D. Hayno is oxpectod to make a quick trip, rooming by the Australia. Tho rogular monthly meeting of tho Pioneer Building and Loan Association takes place this even ing. S. Shimizu, formorly Elovo Consul of Japan at this port, has boon givon tho Consulate at Hong kong. Louis Marks came down to his office this morning with expansive smiles all over his countenance. "It is a girl," said he, "and all is well." "Wirth's circus played to a pack ed tout at Lihuo and will go thonco to SVaimoa. Manager J. J. Came ron will return on Thursday to arrango about tho G. A. It. ben ofit. Tickets for tho G. A. R. bonofit are for sain at tho stores of tho Hawaiian News Co., "Wall.Nichols Co., Pacific Hardware Co. and Hobron Drug Co. As soon as tho dobt on Kawai- ahao church is paid off, it is ro- portod that some charitably disposed people aro to do somo- thing ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1896

if 3, I89G. I EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY (; it V u l?V K. ? flr'f V . i v - Till: MAliritA JOAVIS. iini u Trrrllilo Voj-nge I'rnnclco. tn Su Tho American bark Martha Davis from Honolulu bad a torri- blo oxporionco during bor Bixtoon days' run on bor rccont trip frcyn Honolulu to San Francisco. Sho. was caugbt in two burricanos, bad bor sails blown away, bor gallpy washed overboard, tho rails Binasbcd and tbo cabins flooded again and again. "It was tbo first timo in all my oxporionco," said Captain Sou'o yesterday, "that I bad to boavo a ship to, on a fair wind. Tho seas ran mountains high and tho decks wero constant ly full of water." "When tho galley was carried away Steward Houdorson made bis escapo, but a sea caught and throw him against tho companion way. Ho was badly hurt and is still suffering from his injuries. Captain Soulo has been nine teen years in tbo Martha Davis as master and mate and been around tho Horn fourteen times in her. During all thoso years ho says ho never s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1896

TIIK OANNINU 1NDVSTHY. Opinion nftlio California Expert on the Nubjocl. Ono of the arrivals by tlio Aub tralia was P.H. Foster, for a num ber of yoarB identified with tho fruit-canning industry of Califor nia. Mr. Fostor has boon looking over the ground horo and Bays ho is satisfied that if the pineapplo raisers and fruit men generally would .combine, thoro is a first rato opportunity now at hand to mako a. largo amount of monoy out of a canning plant. Mr. Fostor sayB that tho present demoralized stato of affairs in that lino is dud to tho fact that thoro aro half n dozon companies, tho output of no Binglo ono being largo onough to insuro profits. It requires a pack of at least 20,000 cases to carry on an establishment which would contnin tho proper plant for thoroughly doing tho work. His idea is that tho various growors should combine and eoch take shares of stock in a largo company, being credited with an agreed sum for thoir product when taken to tho cannery, prices being regula...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1896

, "M IV ftp- r wj- " TV f I, V ir -T ' SHIP D4BC0CK ARRIVES. TWENTY-OAK HUNimr.II lONXKIl lOIl SIX1 K TO MW YOltK. C'arphene and IrnaKard C'l trnden from NewctleW. II. Dtmond Iron Ban Francisco. The bark AldcrgroTc lias hauled out In the stream. The Coptic I due from the Const to morrow. The Albert received sugar from the Iwalanl this morning. The schooner J D Tnllant left Kahulul for 8an Francisco on January 2fllh. The J A Cummins discharged her ingar Into tho ship ltcnper this morning. Tuu Norwegian barkeutlno Wen Is dl cliarulng her cargo or fertilizer at Irmgard wharf. Tomorrow, Tuesday -IIIsli tide large, 8.53 p m; high tide unall, 7 10 a m; low tide large. 1.88 p m;low tide small, 1.40 am. A large ipumtlty ot bananas Is hlmc on Oceanic dock. They were to havo been shipped on the Australia, but did not go. The 3 8 Australia, for San Francisco, sailed Saturday afternoon, with a large cargo of sugar and tijinanns, alto a large list of pas sengers. The ahxunee of the band caused m...

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

VV : - Evening Bulletin - -w 7 '- VOL. 1. NO. 218. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1896. PRICE 5 CENTS. 7 ' W f t V I THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published 'every day excopt Sunday nt COO King Stroot, Honolulu, H. I. 8U11SCIUPTION' 11ATK3. Por Month, nnywhoro In the Ha waiian Islands $ 70 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to Ainorlcn, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, oihor FSroign Countries 13 00 I'nytiblo Iiiviirliililv In Attvnuoo. Tolcphono 260. T. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. TERRIBLE CASE ECZEMA OP CU11ED BV Ayer's Sarsaparilla Jim. i:. Wynlt. of I'ort Komi, Wont Illnilmnroli, So. Aimtrnlln, write of tlio mid condition of her llttln daugh ter, wlio.o portrait Mio nlo sends I "My daughter was afllictcd with Eczema of tho most aggravated typo. Tho diseaso first appeared in eruptions on her head, then her hair began to fall out, and in unite of tho best medical advice and treat ment alio grow steadily worse. Tho sores wero full of matter and wero extremely offensiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 February 1896

EVENING BULLBTIN, FEBRUARY 4, 18DG. i !' k & fV etniitinoplo thnt Eussm ih nrrnng ing with tho Sultnn for tlio occu pation of Armonin. Resolutions of Bympntby for tho AmouinuB huvo boon passed by both houses of tho United States Congress. Somo fiory Bpoochos woro mado. Tho Houbo resolution JAOjiQatofl tho Presidont to conunumento to tho 1'owoib signatory to tho Berlin treaty tho profound regret of tho American people and tuoir Gov .ornmont thnt tho ongngomonts made in that convention for tho Bomtnty of the Armouinn Christ ians had not boon.porormecl. Also that tho Government of tho United States expresses its sym nathy for tho Armenian pooplo and its hope that tho Government o tho tiultau will at once oxtonu to them full aud adequato protec tion for tho preservation of life, security of property anil tho free oxereiso of religion. Representative Hepburn, Re publican, of Iowa mado a bold speech, in which ho said tho roso lutions would havo no effect on Europe At tho propor tinio ...

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

BTOTI jrvjj r'"s r. T-',j"$?; '" fjSAC ' T , 2'XQ P iK ,4 J EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 4, 1890. w xkeu oi' a tiikati:k. Tlnnj Prominent CJoiiipnnle to I'axn Through Iliiiioliilu. Tho need o a thootor in Hono lulu will bo sharply emphasized in tho next two or throcmonths, ns thoro will bo an oxoduB of Amer ican actors and actresses to Aus tralia during tho coming spring. George Musgrovo of tho firm ot Williamson A; Musgrovo, tho most prominent tlieatricalmanagers in Australia, has boon in San Fran cisco for sovornl weoks looking for attractions for his playhouses. Ho said lately that ho had already closed contracts for sending four companios across tho Pacilic, unci that ho hoped to securo Bovoral moro. "Trilby" will bo tho first to go. Tho company, including several of tho principals in A.M. Palmer's original company, will sail from San Francisco on March 5, and will open at tho Princess Theator in Melbourne. MrB. Potter ami Mr. Bollew will follow on April 30, and will open ut tho L...

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

i f , v EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUAHY 4, 1896. V ohi&JL S Eueii Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. TUESDAY, - - FEB. 4, 1890. Both tbo Venezuela nnd tho Trnnsvnnl war clouds Beom to have boon dissipated into thin mist, but thoro is ovidontly great dnngor of a storm springing up nt any moment over tho Eastern question. Among tho bills passed by the United States Sonnto on Jauunry 21 was ono "authorizing certain persons to accept decorations from tho Hawaiian Government." So our Republic is going into tho decoration business. Thoro was a prospect of tho Now Jersey syndicate getting tho char ter for tho Pacific cablo at lutcst accounts. Tho House committee was trimming tho subsidies and nutting down tho tolls, so that tho public would have somo show for benefit from tho cnblo. An unusual degree of mortality among prominent men is recorded in the week's later foroign news of today. England loses her lead ing painter as well as a motnbor of her royal family, while tho United States mourns t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 February 1896

f EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAKY 4, 189G mgwwmpjwjmnislii-isj ir mnwuiw wm MwwoMWiWt wwwMffwwwiwilin- r rmitnsfc i I' LOCAL AND GENERAL. Sugar ia up 3J. February this year begins and ends on u Saturday. The Coptic hud 121 passengers in transit, o whom 25 wore Eu ropeans. Tho annual meeting of Com pany B will tako plaeo this ovon ing. Tho Cristoforo Colombo reach ed Victoria on tho 23d o January at '1 p. m. Tho Board of Health will moot tomorrow afternoon for tho first time in two wooks. Tho Coptic mado the passage in 6 days and 10 hours. She spoke tho Australia on Sunday. Much interesting local matter proparod for yesterday's issue was unavoidably crowded out. The "Vall,NicholB Company has gone into tho business of manu facturing rubber stamps to order. That populor hackman, James ' Quinn, is talking about going to Guatemala to boo a woalthy brother. Tho band boys speak vory high ly of tho way they wore treated y Captain Cameron and othor offi cers of tho Olaudino. Passongors by tho Cop...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 February 1896

TO EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 4, I89G. V & ' m ?! 1r, t i , Tin: OOKAMO COJll'ANV. Its Aiuiuul r.lrclloii Hold mid Ynrljr ltei(trl Head. The Oceanic Steamship Com pany bold its annual election at San Francisco on January 21st. Of the 25,488 Bhnroa of stock, 23, 488 woro ropresontcd, and the fol lowing directors wore olootod: J. D. Spreckols, A. B. Spreckols, OharlcB Goodall, 0. M. Goodall, A. L. Tubbs, A. 0. Tubbs and T. S. DickinB. Tho now board of directors or ganized by ro-olecting tho formor officers, as follows: President, J. D. Spreckols; vico - presidont, Charles Goodall; treasurer, J. D. Spreckols & Co.; secretary, E. H. Sheldon. Tho reports of tho president and tho other oilicors woro brief, and thoy showed that tho affairs of tho company aro in a prosperous condition. Mrs. Greon Does your baby rocognizo you when you como home? Yon aro away so much, you know.' Mr. Black Know mo? I should say so! Ho al ways begins to cry tho moment I got inside tho door. Boston Trans...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 February 1896

WMUHHflHMHM4HMHR'2MflBHEr22flC3 '.V..- ?" ffr'H i Ti Y ?. i i. www I urtww (IUiW"'''w to ointtnvr, Tiir. iCLirsn. Tlio Caltrorntn 1Tnlverlty Will Send a l'urtr to Jnpitn. t Thoro will bo a total cclipso of tlio Hun on August lsto this yoar, and tlio Board of Regents of tho University of California will Bond a sciontific expedition to Japan to witness it. The scono ottho tolal-' ity of tlio eclipse will bo on tlio oaBtorn shore of tho most northern island of tho Japanoso gronpo, far from civilization, and f the expedi tion will havo to tako its own sup ilios. It will bo in chargo of rofosoor Shaoborlo, assisted by Dr. Jj. O. MaBUn of tho Lack Ub Borvatory and Dr. Burckhaltor of thd Oakland schools. Regent 0. F. Orockor of tho University has gonorously volun teered to pay all tho steamship fares of a corps of astronomers from tho Mount Hamilton Obser vatory who will pay their own ox pensos, other than tho fares, but thoso of Dr. Burckhaltor, ho not being a salaried State employee, wil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 February 1896

'?ty ' ' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 4, 189G. tit, ' ry.' fc' P . w. v ..,. & &' fc.T ' .. COPTIC'S ARRIVAL It AUKS Ci:VI.ON ASI) O IK I1IIYANT coMiini: in i'oiit. Frlgn Rhlpptac Iltn from tht Latent Conit exchange Itm Alone the Wharvei. 8chr KaulkcaonU leaves for llanatl today. Sch Dertlo Minor tatted from Eureka Jan. 25 for UoDoluti. S S Monoual sailed from Auckland Jan 23 for San Francisco via Honolulu. Uark Mohican arrived at 8nn Francisco Jan, i6, 10 days from Honolulu. Brig Coniuul, Williams, sailed from San Francisco Jan 22 for tills port. Bchr Jennie Wand, Cant Chrlstcnsen, cleared at San Francisco for Kaluilul, Jan 22. Tlio scliooinT I nvlnla went alnngildc tlic Hrrnt jistcrdaj, and unshipped licr mnln- Hlijt. Tins J C I'fltigcr hnuU'd over from the rall roul whnrl, to Hrewor's wliarf, wkcro she Is bow dlfcharcln. Tho barl;cnilnc W H Dlmond, 25 dsys from San FrancUco, nrrhed yesterday nftcrnoon, She had winds mot of the voyage. Tomorrow, cdnci.!nv lllirli tide larpc,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1896

im ' K venm v .' VOL. 1. NO. 219. PIONOLULU, H. I.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 189G. PRICE 5 OENTU. Bullctiii y 'll ?.' 't Id V 4 4 i THE EVENING BULLETIN. Publinlied evory day cicopt Snndny nt COO King Strcot, Honolulu, II. I. 8UU8CItIlTION RATKS. Per Month, any whoro in tho Iln- wniinn Islands $ 76 Per Year. 8 00 Por Ycnr, postpaid to Amotion, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othur Foreign Countries 13 00 1'nyiililo Inviu'luhlv In Ailvnnoo. Tolcpbono 2o0. P. O. Bos 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. A TERRIBLE CASE OF ECZEMA cunr.o nv Ayer's Sarsapariila Mr. V- AVyntt, uf I'ort Koad, Wct IIIniliiinrKli. h. AiiHtrnlln, wrllon of tlio mill oiiiillllou of hvr llttln ilntlRh tcr, wIium) iorlriilt hIiu alto neiuUl "My daughter was nfllictcil with Eczema of the most aggravated type. Tho disease llrst appearcl in eruptions on her head, then her hair began to fail out, and in finite o tho best medical advice and treat ment she grow steadily worse. Tho sores were full of matter and wero ext...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1896

fr EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 5, 1890. V.J I M boat ndnpted for tlio islands. Thoy aro insectivorous, niid nro grout oxtormiimtors of nil kinds of in jurious insects mid catorpillnrs. Thoir exquisite iino song, varied and continuous, is equnl to that of tlio famous nigbtingalo.Evorybody knows tbis fnvorito bird nnd tho song. "Listen to tbo Mocking bird." Thoy would increaso thero very rapidly and becomo regular pots. At my prospoctivo visit to tho islands I shall bring along a dozen pair of thoso lovoly song sters for acclimatization. Tho history of tho introduction of Gorman song-birds into tho Stato of Oregon, I tako pleasure horowith of transmitting to you. You will find vory interesting data therein. Four hundred pairs of those song-birds wore imported horo and let loose in 1889 and 1892, by a society organized for thut pur- I)oe, and comprising about two Kindred persons, and of which socioty I had tho honor of being Secrotary. Thoso binta havo in creased horo very rapidly, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 5, 180G. t t m f Coming Itmid ConccrCd Tho Hawaiian Hand will givo a concort ot tho Exccutivo grounds at 4:U0 this afternoon. Tomor row at 7:30 thoro will bo ono at Thomas Squaro, on .Friday at tho samo hour at tho Hawaiian Hotel, and the regular concert at Emma Squaro Saturday aftornoon. mm -m Tlia llllo Tribune. Tho Board of Directors of tho Hilo Tribuno Publishing Com pany lmvo passed tho following resolution for publication : Resolved: That tho editorial articles in tho February 1st num ber of tho Hilo Tribuno under tho titles 'Holies of Monarchy' and 'Straws' woro writton without tho knowledge and consent of tho di rectors of said paper, and that wo wish and do hereby express our disapproval of the editorial policy as evidenced by thoso articles. No I, cup Vrnr In 1000. Tho year 1900 will not bo a leap year. The Gregorian calondar, established in 1582, then and over siuco known as tho now stylo, was so arranged that of tho hundredth years to coino, on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1896

E2MEH725B mum mmim ' WiTwW EVENING BULLETIN FEBltUABY C, 189G. rflTDTCtfllVim MM I. iv '?' t . " 5t? Evei?ii)$ Bulletii?, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. WEDNESDAY, - FEB. 6, 1800. DEVELOPMENT. President Dolo has no doubt gained information in his tour of the island of Hawaii which ho will bo ablo to turn to good no count for tho advising of tho Legis lature. It is bocoming constant ly moro evident that tho resources of tlieso islands, apart from tho production of sugar cane, aro al ready started upon an era of devel opment. That they shall dovolop in tho right way, and not with an attondant crop of ovils, it is im portant that the part of tho Gov ernment in both tho executive and legislative branches bo car ried out as near perfectly us pos sible. Tho land law should liavo no loop-holes for grievances to creep through in coming years, making tho farmer's lot ono of discontent othor tllan as lie may himself bo to blamo. Tho Presidout is re ported as making tho discovery that tho conditions of...

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

lWpf I EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 5. 189G. 0 PTW h ' is- A AND GENERAL. llov. S. II. Duvis o Hawaii is in tho city. Company G had drill and busi ness mooting Inst night. Tho leap-year girl should loam to pay tho, bills hko a littlo man. Tho February number o tho Pnradiso o tho Pacific is on sale. At Mystic Lodgo, K. o P., this evening tho rank o esquire "will bo con For red. Tho ltoynl Arch Chapter o Masons will havo a special moot ing tonight. Tho band will play at tho Gov ernment building at 4:30 this afternoon. Tho Loilani Boat club will moot this ovoning at tho Hawaiian ho tel at 7:30. Evory artistic oyo will bo ar rested by tho ndvortisomont o tho Pacific Hardware Company. Tho "V. G. Hall brought down a couple o boys who have been committed to tho Eoform School. Owing to now orders rccoived tho departure o tho U. S. S. Bos ton is being hurried. Sho will probably got away on Thursday. About thirty members o tho Choral Socioty had practice last ovoning at tho Y. M. 0. A. build in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 5, 1896. ( TV i Pi. . "f . l: f. ;rt. & J .i m" i . .y f . J' ?v odyimi tiii: roi!r i.auukatl'. IIor AiiKtln'x l'ocui on Juincinn lint Ilccn Itecclvt-d. New Youk, January 19. Tho Sun's Loudon cablo special says: Almost anybody in England ox copt tho poet laurcnto would havo boon cast into tho depths of dis gust or despair by tho reception given to his vorses, "Jameson's Eido," by tho scoffing public.Thoy aroderidod on all sides, both for their sentiment and as verso. Parodies of tho uufortuuato bal lad abound in tho press. Bur glare and other members of tho criminal classes contribute horoio stanzas, lauding thoir rospoctivo forms oE lawlessness, and call upon Mr. Austin to immortalizo otuor llhct heroism besides Jame son's. Tho concluding stanza of ono of Truth's parodies best sums up public opinion: 3f your poem Usui turned ost a good one, And worthy your nev-twlncd bays; 3n loyalty's mime how ccuM one Have liollod your attempt with nrnlsv? tit tit n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1896

9 11 'Vt1; T",a i r EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY ,5 189G. RvnAflBERHnlHHiHiiHHHflHffiMPIIFw I t CT' Till", MOIIIOANM VOYACJK. Sim Nnrrowly Eacnpc GoIiik Ailioro OIT Mmo l'.ilnt. Tho Amoricnn bark Mohican, which loft hero recently for San Francisco, had a rough voyage. On tho 10th ult. a heavy galo was oncountorod which raised a very heavy cross soa. Tho docks wero swept and considorablo damago dono. Off tho Golden Gato on tho night of tho 24th thoro was a fair wind, and tho captain determined to save a towage of $200 by sail ing in. Off Lime Point tho wind died away to a calm, and tho Mo hican bogan to drift toward the rocks. Over sovonty-fivo fathomB of chain woro run out before tho vossol brought up, and thon she hold sccurely Early tho next morning an attempt was mado to take in tho anchor and inako Bail, but tho anchor would not budge. Finally a tug was signaled for, and tho Sea Witch J responded. Sho could not move tho firmly fixed mudhook, and finally both anchor and chain woro ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1896

' v , EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 5, 189G. THE WATERFRONT. Wiklcr s Stailiip Co's TIME TABLE. Canadian-Australian Steamship Line ,ED. A. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. E. Williams, II. H. Williams & Co. and Williams Bros. Mijxm ItAllIC S. O. AT.tl'.N COHISU XNTO 1'OItT. O. L. WIGHT, Prcs. 8. 1). HOSE, Boo. Capt. J. A. KINO, PortSnpt. Stcnmors of tho nbovo Lino ntnuing in connection with tho CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Between Vancouver, 1). O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W., and calling Bt Vietorin, B. O. Honolnla and Sara (Fiji), On or nbout tlio dates below stated, viz.: rUIn ofMhlpplnr In tha Harbor Interesting Local and Coait Note. ft." Kt. - S7 '. fcK The Norwegian bark SJokongcn li taking In ballast aft. About 051 torn of coal have been put aboard tlio Boston The R 1' Hltliet received sugar from the Lclma this morning. The Herman bark J C Pflugcr has niOTcd to tho Pacific Mall wharf. Tlio steamer l.ll.cllke bronchi about 5S0 bags of potatoes and corn Schooner Spokane Is unloading lumber at...

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