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

pp?" vflpppiWiP memmmmmmmimrKmammimmmmmmm -f, - V-'i" f, . . . i EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 8, 189G. ilWJMWJilWWgff'WW.w fflfiMmMHM 6 M MWMMJg MMMUi "''''''-'i'''"'Mi''iw...il.iv'aparjBa.vsg3g- ---- - r-v LOCAL AND GENERAL. ' tir Tho Monowni had 71 passengers in transit. Biuul concert tit Emma squaro this nftornoon at 4:30. Boys' mooting nt Y. M. 0. A. tomorrow, at 8 p. in. Mr. Yatmnn, tho ovangolist, was in Auckland when tho Mouowai sailod. "TonnyBon" night at tho Y. M. C. A. Tho ontortainmont com moncos at 7:15. Nowb from tho Volcano is to tho effect that tho recent activity in tho crater still continues. Nearly everybody has gono out to tho Makiki rango this after noon. Aftor a woman has tied up a "bundle thoro is no string loft in tho house. Atchison Globo. I'liree pioccs of kauri tiinbor for W.tu. Irwin fc Co. camo on tho - Commissioner Marsuon received a consignment of troo cuttings Worn Samoadjy tho Monowai. ' Last year 12,87-1 now houses woro built in London, nearly 31 miles...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAEY 8, 1890. hf ," m & -S TIIK NEWS I'ltOBI SA1UUA. A Severe Clnrrlcniio l'ntici Over tho iliuibal Urotipc. Heavy Hens woro experienced in Apia harbor on January 20th, tho heaviest siuco the groat hurri cane One wharf was partially destroyed, but otherwise little damage a as done. Advices from Tonga stato that a most Bovoro hurricano passed over tho Haabni Group on Jan. 3rd. causing tho total loss of the Apia schooner "Aolo" and tho barks "Woosung and "West Australian," tho former being made match wood of at Ilaafova and tho two lattor being driven ashoro at Lifu ka. Tho barometer at Lifu ka fell to 29.5 inches, and tho hur ricano was the bovorest experienc ed for forty years. S. HI. S. Bussard left for Sydney via Fiji on Wednesday Jan. loth, much to tho regiot of Apia gener ally. Thoro will not bo any man-of-war in harbor until lato in April, when tho Fnlko returns, unless the rumors that a British warship is to arrivo shortly turn out to bo true. Captain...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 February 1896

'if. Vf uiiuitoa ni:hvici;s. ' "Ulicro IIoiioIiiIii l'coplo Itlay AVor- xlilp Toiuorroiv. Gkntuat, Union Oiicncit Corner Boretn nin nuil llichardu streets. Douglas 1'. Bir nio, minister. Services for Sunday, Fcbru aryOth: 0:53 . in., Sunday uohool nnd Biblo class. At 11 ft. w., l'uhlic worship aud sermon, 3:30 p. in., Junior Christina Endeavor mooting. (1:30 p. ta., Y 1' 8 0 E, prayer meeting "Tho l'orll and tho Pow er of Ambition." 7:30 p m, publio worship and bormou: "Tho lust of tho courso on Egypt." "Prophecy uud its Fulfillment." Alter meeting in tho pnilors. Wcduenday nt 7:30 t) m, 1'inycr uicotiiip, "Tho Unity of tho Son and tho Futlier; 'Joliu v. Suudny Bchooli Japanese nt Ljccum, at 10 n m; Fortucneso on Miller street, 2:30 pin. A cordial weleomo for all at ovory incoting. St. Andkew'h Catiiiiihul Tho services, of tho Second Congregation of tomorrow (Sunday) will bo as follows: 0:t5 a. in., morning prayor with sermon j To Doum, Woodwurd in E, hymns 2!)0 and 201. Anthoin "Si...

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

nf$ . 1 1 if,, ' . W ..' ,. - . EVENING BULLETIN, FEB11UARY 8, 1P.0G. " ' '-'l .:'"' " '. - - .-., ,. M. , ... ,.. I...,, ,,.. !- !, gki II IS,... M.mmZ.., . - ,J- 1 1 oiii i ii wmmammmviM"t n ijwim MONOWAI IN AND OUT. n Men tain Go's TIME TABLE. A Canadian-Australian Steamship Line ys. M V ' ,V w- ? rs rnoi'Li: who iiavi: mom: to san l'UA.C!INC(. Shipping In the llnrlxr lAnenrH tram IlHwnlt mid Maul luporta nnil Imports. The yacht Spiay sailed In yesterday after noon. The next steamer lrom tlio Orient Is tho 8 8 China. Feb SI. Oa Feb .1, tho schooner J O North nrrirotl at Ilouoipo, from San Francisco. The Norwegian bar): Seringa has moved out, and her berth is occupied by tb Corypbeiie. The V F Hancock Is still unloading ballast. 8!io received sitnr from tho Kuala this morn ing. The atcann-r t'lmidtto with sugar from Maui ami Hawaii, will arrive tomorrow morning. Tho J D Spreokols, which arrived at Kn linlui on Fob .'t, V parted for Run Francisco with n cargo of augur ou Feb 0. Tom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 February 1896

ti - V ' v' ,55"' 7V . JV fin ' f ", ThI "Iffll tTlrrl.f T3s,rt. t i nv ,,y uigm l ugu o Evening Daily Published on the Hawaiian Islands. Y it.j C u uw i jf iiiL jrjiii i( 1 jw ZtowV Ato Bulletin you Don't Get ALL the News. o LlllUMIJJIIUII -Jl. II UlUlllll. It Reaches ALL thcTeople. $ m omwooootomc VOL. 1. NO. 223. HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, FEBRUAKY 10. 189G. PRICE 5 CENTS. EVG-NIMG BULlTGTilN HHIIM0IM010S ' '-T 'V y i. ' THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. suiiscnn'TioN hates, Per Month, nnywbero in the Ha waiian Islands 9 76 Per Year. 8 00 For Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 For Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 Pnynblo Invariably 1" Advance Tolcphono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Cure DYSPEPSIA, Cure BILIOUSNESS, Cure CONSTIPATION, Cure SICK HEADACHE. Are Purely Vegetable, Are Sugar Coated, Are Mild but Effective. Good for Ihc Stomach, I Good lor the Liver, I Good for the Bowels. TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 10, 1806. m- IV to& I.VJ ra ce " INTERNATIONAL SHOOTING (Continued from Int page.) n protty good idea o what his won could do. Messrs. Bruco Cartwright and Joseph Marsdon represented tbo .California team at tho match in woighing in and Mr. Graham in scoring. Lieutenant Shaofor and Ohas. B. "Wilson scored for the home team. While tho w entlior was occasion ally cloudy and( showery there was very little wind, and on tho whole itwas considered quite favor able. Colonel I lBhor says it will take somo good shooting to boat Saturday s Bcore and ho still lias good hopes that tho local team will win tho match. Following is thocompleto scoro, as arranged by Colonel Fisher, according to Creedmoor rules: Co. Name. Scoue. Tl. B Pr. Elvin BIB 154-1654-45 E Cor p. Noeloy . . 4455555 144 -45 W. C. King. . .4555454144 44 Col. Fishor... 5315514141 -44 E -Sergt. Mooro. . 5554344 15514 E Corp. Lohmau.5444433555 14 F- Pr. Lambort. .4454445154 13 D l,r.Drummond4414554514 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 February 1896

9&mWP-' t&WT, ' ' t iV' r U J. i M I, .. ftt W "f "- T" b "-- " ' -- -. --- -'' T"'T'- '--- ANOTIir.lt INQIJIKV. from a North (,'nrollnnu l lm Wnnt (i Auticx Illutarir. Tlio following communicfition vrnB received by one of the loading firms of Honolulu. Evidently tlio writor has opinions of his own. The spoiling of the original is ex tensively firaondod in tho following copy: GoLDsnono, N. 0., Jnn. 13, 189G. Gentlemen : Will you please bo so kind as to toll mo a thing or two about your country. Is it a good place for a young man with small moans and plonty of push to make money? I am a young man, 37, with family and can do anything horo, but as it is hard times and I havo to run two or threo businesses to keop going I would like to make a move to bet tor myself. Is tho natives any bettor class of people than our Southern Ne groes suppose you know about how they are? "Will you please sond mo a copy of your papors published in tho city, or givo mo tho names, so that 1 can sond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 February 1896

r,f, EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 10, 180G. &mMLamtrtK N 'j m h . ft m .' : -v "& ,- -) S" ft ? V BI AUTHORITY. Br tiie President or the RewMc or .Hawaii. X PROCLAMATION. Wmn.s tho Constitution requires tb it tho first rognUr Session of tho Legislature of the Republic of Hnwnii shall bo held on the THIltD WEDNESDAY OF FEBIlU AltY, ISOOj Nowtiifiukhie, I, SANFOltDH.DOLE, Picsidcnl of tho ltcpnblio of Huuuil, here by give notlco that such Session will con Tene at tho ExoouUvo Building In Hono lulu, at 12 o'clock noon, ON WEDNESDAY, TUE Writ DAY OF THE PRESENT MONTH OF FEBRUARY. Written ht the Ecuttvo Building in Ho nolulu, this "th dny of February,, A. D. 1890. Signed SANFORD B. DOLE, seal By tne Picsidnt: J. A. Kino, Minister of tho Interior, 221-tf. 51?? Evei7ir? Bulletii?, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. MONDAY, - - FEB. 10, 1890. THE VOLCANO. Sonio visitors to tho volcano re port intonso Rent in tho cracks on tho lloor o tho caltlora, or main crater of Kilnueu, so that hticks can ho li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 February 1896

w u EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 10, 18SG. f V mwu r wirtiwi LOCAL ANDGENERAL. Band concert nt" Emma square this ovoning. Antono Seabury left by tho Kaala this morning. Tho circus had a good house at AVaimoa on Saturday night. Ono Ohinoso was arrested lost night and hold for investigation. "Velocity" Brown was in "Vai lulcu last week. ' Tho R. P. Rithot has af ull cargo ' o sugar and will likely sail some time tomorrow. Tho not proceeds o tho Wo man's edition of Tho Timo wore $399.-10. Tho Monowai cleaned up all tho bananas left on tho wharf by tho Australia. Arrrangomonts for Company D.'s minstrol bIiow aro progressing rapidly. Tho next steamer from tho Coast will bo tho Mariposa, duo horo next Thursday. Oahu collogo teachers will re ceive their frionds on tho first and third Mondays in each mouth. Tho schooner Aloha was to havo sailed from San Francisco on "Wednesday, January 29th. Pacific Lodgo of MaBons will havo a stated mooting this even ing at Masonic Tomplo. Mrs. Tumor, known ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 February 1896

pmm ' WFMmmmMMBwmr mmmw:r jnwawimmmaavnBKmMA Eiiwiii.iyig 'W EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 10, I89G. IMIi v lift' hvi j . ' f . - : v L & lie iir.nrwi thin miigvtion 111 55S K7 Objcrl Lotion on (hit llenallU or Arbl K3fii PI t rutin ii. y BB flMB lA 4 An oxcollont object-losson on tho valuo of arbitration has boon furnished by tho Midland Railway caso, as referred to yestorday by our Now Zealand correspondent, writoa tho editor of tho Sydnoy Tolegrnph. For many years tho plaintiff company, which had un dertaken to construct a railway upon certain tonus, had a griov auco against tho Government, which was reciprocated. Tho claim of tho company against the public taxpayer amounted to Bomothing liko a million and a half, while tho Government, who had Boizod tho uncompleted lino on tho ground of broach of contract, claimed a very heavy sot-off. For a long timo tho disputo over this matter form ed a disturbing element in Now Zealand politics. Submitted to a Court of Arbitration, with tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 February 1896

E ."I grTMifirrri-B tTytiVEif ' fWW W?PF u - T 'iW, ge I'Wfl .-i V ' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1(0 189G. 'yn'1tl'WMlWlllWiitlViJVltlll)iMllfliiXftlHfcfilWI1W1Wi WW ww M lumwMMMl WMWMWMWlW I Liu. Iloktlllllcant tticMeiv llclrli)c. News from Now Ilobridos by French ranil yesterday states that hostilities have broken out among the bush tribes at Ambrym, and tho lives of tho whito residents are as a consoquonco in danger. "VVliilsti nt the island a few days ago tho captain of tho steamer Ocean1 Queon loarnt that the natives had icarriod off one of tho Roman Ca tholic missionaries into tho inter ior, with tho objoct of having a cannibalistic feast. It so happen ed, howovor, that tho missionary effected his escapo just as tho firo for his roasting had been started by tho atrocious tribo. Sydnoy lolograph. City Ourriago Co., J. S. And, rado, manager. If you want a hnck with good horso and caro ful drivor ring up Telophono 113, corner of lort and Merchnnt streets. Back at all hours. Pictur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 February 1896

"ffjp Kff'mTrr"aiirwr,ifTn 'iwwlpp" ?gp?nWW??iy 'wwv;! v wtt' j V'W rj P?' iiw MlW.IWIinwilWM A QUICK PASSAGE. l'ltOM MVDIlrOOI. TO IIO.NOI.II.U IN 119 Dnyn. Th nark Pant latnborir U a Good SallcrSlilpplnc Note Alone the Wlinrvea. Tlio Dlmoml has resumed unloading at Oceanic dock. The barkentine 8 0 Wilder Is rcerrlnc sugar At Wilder' wharf. The Norwegian bark Scrlnea galled for tlio Bound In ballast, ou Saturday. The Robert Scarles received Kllauca sugar from tbe WaUUalo this norulnc. Tlio barks Noiuntutn and Curyphctio are unloading coal at Fort street wharf. The Sjokongcn has discharged her cargo of coal, and Is taking In mure ballast. The J C l'fluger was loading sugar from tlio steamer Kcauhou this morning. The 0 1) Uryant has dlschargid nil her lumber, and has hauled out In the stream. Two rollers froic Spreckclsvlllc were brought dowu ou the Claudlne to be re paired. Tomorrow, Tuesday High tide large, 2.4 J n m; high tide small, 2 4(5 p m; low tide large. 8.1't pm; low tide s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 February 1896

HKSESaUSfiSI w YJ? $,r r.-ii.'s mWmW0 Wi 77w 0j W Ta& Evening Daily Published JKJ. Cfilt lb tiot ItlLllliUII V -00'om Zto7 ?:a ? Bulletin you Dorit del ALL the News. on the Hawaiian Islands. Subscription jc. a month. It Reaches ALL the Teople. W'tHMMWtMMtMH ' 00MMtMtMtMMM0l 'ft y. VOL. 1. NO. 224. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1896. PRICE 5 CENTS. eVGNING I3JIlvL4 I 111 $?- ,t 1. I'V v.l THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published erory day except Sunday at COO King Street, Honolulu, H. I. BTJUSCltlPTlON RATES. Per Month, nnywhero in tho Hn- wallan Islands 8 76 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Onnodn. or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign l UOUntriOS 13 W Pnynblo Invnrlnulr in Advance Telephone 2C0. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. GENERAL DEBILITY and Indigestion Mado Her Llfo Miserable, but Sho If Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilla Itrad tho testimony of Mr. E. O. Monro, Cnbtirg, Victoria, uhou por trait U alio given I "Some few years ago I suffered terribly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 February 1896

r-f rs EVENING BULLETIN, FEBllUARY 11, 189G. JL ," v' . W. English ah shits hun. Ilnw "Tnraru boom do ny" Wn Glrcn In Norninudr The following is from tho Sydney Telegraph: . Awgreatjnony,o our popular airs are caught up by tho French, esnociallr thoso soncs whoso English words havo a jinglo that tick! os tliodallio oar with a sug gestion o eccentricity, "larara boom-do-av" had scarcely appear od in Encland and America bo- fore a French rendering was rushed into print, being ,sung at ono and tho samo tirao at Tour of tho principal "cafe's concorts." Before, however, any French ver sion at all had boon made, Proi fossor Harry Thurston Poall (of Columbia College U. 8. A.) ro lutes - "Boing in a provincial town in Normandy, I read ono day an announcement that, as a Hpecial attraction, a cer tain Mdllo Dufort would sing tho 'celobro clianson Anglaiso' 'Tha-ra-ra-boun-cle-o. AVhon tho timo cumo, and Mdllo. Dufort ap peared, sho had an immenso audi onco. Tho first fow lines made it evident...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 February 1896

'fyaniMtyituwwy! ? ftf i 7 v EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRrJARy 11( 189Gf iHHI'IHIHWiHflHIIIIII HHJlU'mjIii'lWWl IWmillMllMIIWHillllHi'JiWMWWMM' pgMUW'wMWWii i.i:jwiim..i gffjM.il nmi nmnTTwaar3jSMF a3 V !. I All Editor's Wardrobe. Tho lndy who ycstorday called the attention o another to our patched breeches, whereat they both laughed so heartily, is in formed that a new pair will bo purchasod when her husband's bill is. settled. It has been duo nearly a year. Don't critioiBO a printer's dress when you ftro wearing silk with money purchas- oa,uuq us. J.u yuf "yvw w send ub $40.78 and save the cost of a lawsuit. We need, nnathor pair of pants. Lebanon (III.) Journali m Cnit on tlio Waters. A workman ,noar Lowiston, Mo., tho other day found a tin can with a copy of ''Paradise Lost" noalod up in it. It created a groat curiosity among the pcoplo along the river front until some one ex plained that in a certain town up river lived an old tinsmith of a literary turn of mind; who each yoar solder...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 February 1896

,l r; EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 11, 189G. fir. n B IP 51 Evei)ii)$ Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. TUESDAY, - FEB. 11, 1890. CIVIL ARBITRATION. An nrticlo that lately appeared in our columns illustrated tho bon ofits o arbitration by tho caso of the dispute botwoen tho Now Zea land Govornmout and tho Midland Railway Company. This groat controversy wnB Bottled in short ordor by Edward Blako, an ablo chancery lawyer of Great Britain, who was selected as arbitrator by tho parties. Had it gone to tho law courts, tho caso would probab ly have takou years to Bottle, bo sides involving enormous oxponBo. In 0110 or more provinces of. Can ada tho courts aro allowed, with consent of tho parties, to refer civil disputes to arbitration, mid the practico used to work well. Juries aro fre quently waived in tho nisi prius courts of Hawaii, but tho time may come, with increasing litigation, when jury-waived cases may inordinately crowd tho busi ness at chambers in recess. A remedy for such an ovontu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 February 1896

H?l v M EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAKY 11, 189G. fnMtMMlUVW r,. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. Isonborg advortiBCB a small bay maro strayed to tho Waiala o ranch. Tho Emma squaro band con cort was nostoonod last nicht on account o tho rain. Paul Isonborg advortisoB for tho owner of a small bay maro, found at "Waialao ranoh. J. H. Conoy is tho acting sher iff of Kauai during tho absence of Sheriff "Wilcox. Warrants aro out for tho arrest of two more desortors from tho "W. T. Babcock. Tho Hawaiian band will assist at tho Grand Army Post bonofit at tho circus tomorrow night. It is likoly that tho Honolulu Cricket Club's smoker will bo giv on on tho 27th inst. Tho Choral society moots this ovoning at tho Y. M. C. A. hall at 7:30 p. m. A full attendance is desired. Tolophono to 56 if you want anything out of W. "W. Dimond's stock and it will bo promptly de livered to you. Thomas Lindsay is Boiling all his stock of clocks, watches and iowolry at bargains in viow of his intended tour ubroad. The Portu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBrUARY ii, Mob. 7 L v. Ef ; m & Sft v4 b THK AimKNIAN QUESTION. VIiy tho riiropcnti Concert Does Not IUttterlnlle. Tho Sydney Tolograph disouBses tlio Armonian question ns follows: It 18 evidout from what Mr. A. J. Balfour has said to his Manches ter cqnstituonts that so far ns Groat Britain is concornod, tho Armonian will bo loft alono to de ond. himsolf against Turkish knives as best ho can, As First Lord of tho Troasury and loftdor of tho Governmont in tho Houso of Commons, Mr. Balfour may bo considered to spoak .with full kiiowlodgo and. authority in tho Government's bohalf upon foreign affairs, and tho various possibili ties of war which havo formed so menacing rt prospect of late. Con cerning tho Armonian position, his oxcuso for tho inactivity which Mr. Gladstone, has so strongly de nounced, is that "tho European concert had deferred tlujro-opon-ing of tho Eastern question, as it bad Ibcen less successful in se curing tho carrying out of roforms in tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 February 1896

Wti EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 11, 189G. ( y 1 Athletic Axaoelatlon. At tlio rogular monthly mooting last night Emilo Borgor was oloot- otl secretary o tho Athlotic AbsoI jpiauon in pinco ul blouijt jumm, j-n.iignod. .. J . r,'W ! Grnno. Edwin- -frftrifc 'rlttfli jfailC Borgor wore npoinWdjpJ .nomrr,, too to arrange for aVJB-milo I rolny bio vc rftC0 comG iQ tho near fn.tur"; . T H. Giles Ruby Doxtor and l?.m?in tw,. woro appointed a .committeo on u'10 proposed clubl flibuso. 5 nU,f MiorTn"nn '. J. S. AtadJ-Y iado, manager. If jV" want a .haokLwith. good horso nvAto-; iu. guuu uwdu "" lift r ring up Telophtffc 10 ol Fort and Mef.hnJ iul driver corner streets Back at all hours. Pictures repaired and rofittm with now paper margins which J covers tuoso unsigntiy spois at King Bros., Hotel streot. A fino assortment o Island "views colored and uncolored. Special orders taken for coloring photos. King Bros, Hotel St. Thoro will bo a special oalo of Dr. Jaogor's Sanitary Wool Un dorwear at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 February 1896

ff f' s fr. EVENING BULLETIN, EEB11UAHY 11, 18. i r rv i f H, r iV v if v t '' &' &. ift.'1 R' THE ALOHA IN PORT. MAKK9 THE 1'IKHT lUICIC AUK or THE YKAH. l'ASS- Jterka Kllkltat Martha Barli ArrlTed Klnaa nnd Clnitdlnn Out- ward BouudItems Alongshore. Tho topsldes of the Blilp Indiana nro belaf caulked. The Spokane hit dliclitrged her deck-load of lumber. The only passengers that arrlred on th IwaUDl were fire on deck. Wilder' steamship Klnau left this rcomlnc at 10.30 for Maul and Hawaii. The Norwegian barkentlne Bleu li taking In balltiot from the V D Urjant. The Kahulul has hauled In from the stream, and Is lying at Wilder' wharf. The II P Hltlict sailed yesterday afternoon -with a car'oof iunr, valued at fl20,01U.74. The barkentlne Kllkltat, Capt Cutler, from the Sound with lumber, arrlrcU this morning. The barkcmlnc Bleu has finished discharg ing, and her place Is occupied by the Alalia which arrlu-d this morning. Tomorrow, Wednesday High tide large, 3. 10 n in; lilgii ...

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