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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 12 February 1896

kVW "rfVT ." V K WmOm 77tf 07i 7 n Zte Advertising Medium. Evening Daily Published on ike Hawaiian Islands. Subscription 75c. a month. BVGNING If you Don't Read the Bulletin you Don't Get ALL the jVews. ! I Reaches ALL the Teoptc. HtMOSMI)HIOMMHI mmhhmimhimwwmmmmi r bulk A 1 a -f r r t Ia AdUtWUi VOL. 1. NO. 225. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day oxcopt Sunday (t C09 King Stroet, Honolulu, H. I. suuscnrrnoN- kates. Per Month, anywhoro in tho Ha waiian Islands 5 75 Por Year...... 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to Amoric, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 Vnyable Invnrlably In Advnuoo. Tclcphono 260. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. FOR BEAUTIFUL HAIR 's flair Vi RESTORES COLOR, PROMOTES Luxuriant Growth, Koops tlio scnlp cool, moist, healthy, and freo from dan- druff. It Is tho best dressing in tuo world, nnd -is perfectly Imrmless. Those desiring to retain tho youthful appearance of the hair to an ad vanced period of lifo should tis6 Aycr's...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 12 February 1896

MK ? w EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12, 189G. ' WflWW''l,MWSUMHlm "' .' : s . ' i ' VI . - fl inn ! inna . 1.1 iir.li.i, . r-i . n i.i n 1 W a t. W 9 ROBBED OF ITS TERRORS. CIIOLEKA I)i:OIAIlKI TO UK NO I.OM4KH rOHUIOAItliK. 'Tlic Nplcndld'trnrU Accilmplloliod by tlic fiermnii Cliiilera Ontuiulftnloti In tlic Vimt Two Ycnr. A roport which is printed in. a recont numbor of a German modi cnl journal is calculated to rob oliolora o its torrors. It presents statistics of the progress of the plnguo in Gorniany for tho yoar 189-1, from which it appears that thoro wore 100 1 cases from May 23 to December 15, 490 of which resulted fatally. Tho population of tho empire in that year boing 19,-129,-170, it follows that tho per centage of coses per 10,000 inhab itants Mas 0.2, and of mortality 0.1 per 10,000. Tho plague was its worst on the Kussinn and Ualicau border, and vory few cases woro recorded in tho districts contiguous to Holland, IJolgium and franco. In 1891, as in most other poriods of...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 12 February 1896

MzagHm tmmRMfaww-tiwi--?v,m rw ,,,;J.'"'.,r'.'- '' krTifsuirHHm'. r .(araww -tv i' j .' - t . 5 ' ; .' fngflsi I C . I HWTW HIIIIWM'J'1'II'WII WWWIWIMWWI woman scvritAGK iii:mamui. I.nrgo Delegation Apponrn Ilcl'iirc tlio Hcnnte Committee. A "Washington dispatch of Jan uary 28, received at Honolulu by the schooner Aloha, Bays: A dele gation numbering uearly 200 la dies this morning appeared beforo tho"Seiiat6 Cornmittoo on Woman Sufffoeo. oE which Mr, Call of Florida is chairman, and boiiio. twenty of thorn, presidents of as many Stato organizations, argued in favor of universal suffrago rind tho, addption of au amendment to the constitution extending th6 voting1 franchise 'to the gentler BOX. At its Boesion this af tornoon tho National Woman Suffrago Asso ciation adopted resolutions de manding sulTrago for all Ameri can citizenB of tho United States women and mon upon reason able conditions, attainable by all as a right and not as a privilege, and re oi sing in tho admission of Uta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 12 February 1896

"T. -.4.' 7W 4f V , EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 12, 188G. ' "vm v. fa I. il J'- re 5I?? Euei)ii)$ Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12, 189G. REGISTRATION. Tboro is talk of n registration bill to bo introduced at tbo coming Bossion. As it will probably bo similar to tho ono that was lost in 1893, a synopsis o that moasuro is hero given for goneral informa tion. It provided for a register of all male porsons over tho rgo of 13 years, residont in tho islands, giving names, agos, birthplace, rosidenco and marriage; also, if born in a foroign land, tho dato of arrival in tho Hawaiian Islands, port of departure for hero, calling or occupation and, if em ployed in any enpacity, tho namo of tho employer, place and nature of employment, of all males over tho age of fifteen years. A resi dence or sojourn in tho Hawaiian Islands for three months from tho dato of tho passage of tho act should constitute a person a resi dent under tho meaning of tho act. Registration divisions wore ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 12 February 1896

rT iH im? f EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12, 189G mm mmmMmnimjMm0uwmmmifmm, X LOCAL AND GENERAL. Company C. elects ofllcors td night. Havo you soon thoso Ilats nro Boiling tit cost at Hanna's. tlioy Mrs. The date of the coronation of the Czar of all tho Russins has been fixod for May 12th. Tho annual mooting of Com pany D., N. G. H., takes place at tho drill shod this evening at 7:30. Tho battalion drill was woll at tended last night, and -was' watch ed by a number of spectators. v Manager Cameron of "Wirth's circus is considerably bottor to day but unablo to bo out. On an average fifty-ono stray dogs are taken to tho Battorsea "Homo, London, ovory day. Tho Mariposa is duo early to morrow morning, if sho loft San FrauciBco on time. A handsome stono parapet has been built in front of Arthur Har rison's building lot at tho inter section of Alapai, Kinau and Lu nalilo streets. Tho next locturo of tho Y. M. 0. A. course will bo delivered on Snturdav ovoninc by Dr. Emor- son on "Tho Value ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 12 February 1896

IMPmI f"ra7rfWP" EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12, I89G, ' I t 1 MS' JC 6-? v Pi Kiiit.i:i nv oiOAhirrrcs. Iiiinuliied llo wiik Smoking fur Inj Wlille Uncoutciom. "William HigginB diod at tlio Receiving Hospital in San Fran cisco recently, having beon picked up in tlio stroot ton days bofore, whoro ho had fallen from ex haustion. Investigation rovoaled tlio fact that the man was suffering from a complications of ailments, chief among thorn being Bright's dis oasc, but that his ontiro system had been Bappcd by tho uso of cigarettes, to -which ho was a slave. . Smoking had such a firm hold on him that oven in his uncon scious nioinonts ho imagined ho was smoking cigarettes. IIo would fp all through tho motions of lghting, smoking and flicking tho aslies from tho imagiuary butts, and when ho had finished Bmoking would toss them away and pull imaginary smoko from his mouth and nostrils. Higgins and his wifo had sepa rated some time ago, but when sho hoard of his sickness she wont to tlio h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 12 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN , FEBRUARY 12, 189G. ,' 7 XJ8B i r j ... .i,,,,!. ,.fMo0r., nmRmwffmmmM Businos3 Cards. Businoss Cards. ,.r . . , .,... ,vffM Why Ho Wni itlutlo Altoruoy-floiiornl. Qovomor Culborson of Toxas thus explained to n Washington Star roportor how ho ontorod politics and obtained his first oflico, that of Attornoy-Genoral. "I had boon practicing law,?' ho .said, "and thought I liac madai about enough reputation to justi fy branching out. I did not ox poct to bo nominated, but I .thought it would bo a good intro duction to start with a raco for the Attornoy - Generalship. Goorgo Clark, ono of the ablest lawyers in tho country, was my opponent. Ho was placed in nomination by a brilliant speech, whilo my friond who proposed tiny name noglocfod to montion my local at tainments. It looked dark for me, whon a man from tho panhandle arose and said: " 'Mr. Speaker, thoy say Clark's a great lawyer. 1 como with proxies from my end of tho Stato all in my pockot, an' was notified to v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 12 February 1896

',? &'. EVENING BULLETIN, FEBHUARY 12, 18. nfWNKJW rinwwifciii m 'L9JMHXt!f!HnVtWW&TmitH m--wwem mmnmn0mwrtrtim m U . . ft i 'j K- rv ' M - V gtf b fa ? r '. 7 J it V V. QUIET DAY ON THE FRONT. vr.ssKi-H i.oADiNn sui:i:r snii' FOK THE COAST. noTtminli of the Counting Fleet Nteatner Jatnoa Mnkee to Leave TornorrowPtlliy The fitlitng sloop Katmllanl came tu ttits morning. Tlio barkentluc Btcn bat anchored In (ho stream near tlio Kalmlloa. Tbo steamer Knlmlul la unloading coal at Uie Pacific Mall wharf. The W O Irwin took In Hana sugar at Wllder's wharf tbla morning. Tbe bark 8 0 Allen lias Hulobed dlitfiargtng and awaits ber turn to load sugar. Tlic J 0 ttlugcr received sugar from the Keauhoa at Llkcllkc wharf this morning. IhoSS Mariposa Is due from San Fran cisco tomorro'w on her way to the Colonies. The Hawaiian bark I.cabl cleared from Sydney for Honolulu U Newcastle on Jan 14. The barkentlnc Kllkltat ha hauled In t Wilder' wharf, where she w 111 unload lum ber. Tlio schoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 February 1896

lh T tf 9?& v ' ,v , - JJJ. rWWPyi MtMimttH60 The Only Eight Tage Zfa Advertising Me tedium. I Evening Daily Published on the Hawaiian Islands. Subscription 75c. a month. EVGNING BULLETIN If you Don't Read the Bulletin you Don't Get ALL the News. It Reaches AIL the Tcople. v. -a MimMMMMMIMMmMIM MIWMIHIHHMHIMI1MMIWM VOL. 1. NO. 22G. HONOLULU, H. I.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1896. PRICE 5 CENTO. Bui "J tr . s THE EVENING BULLETIN. Publiahod otory day except Sunday at COO King Streot, Honolulu, XL I. SUHSCItH'TIOW RATES. Per Month, nnvwhoro In tho Ha waiian lBlandB.k $ 75 Pec Year. 8 00 Pet Year, postpaid to Amorlca, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countrioa 13 00 Pnyablo Invnrlnbly In Ailvnnco. Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Health and Strength RESTORED 11Y TIIE USE Or Ayer's Sarsaparilla JIr. M. A. CumuilaB, of YarvavMle, Victoria, Australia, Says I "About a year ago, I had a sovcro attack ol Influenza, which loft ino very weak, without...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 February 1896

si I EVENING BULLETIN, FEIMUARY 13, 189G. , y, fc i It V'. f. t i. ff . &S. . '. r u K i. i.t p' ' i if? . .. L V fv fb The Fictnrt I.lRlit. Tlio first glinipso of Great Britain that tho Amorican tourist gots on his Europoau tour is that of the Fastnot lighthouse. It stands on a rugged and Boli- tory rock, situated nino railos jBouth of .Crookhavon, at tho ox- fromo southwest comor of Ireland, and is, porhaps, moro sform-beot- en tnan any otnor arnn(i our coast. Tho rock is 80 foot in height, and tho liglithouso towers another 7U loot above, yot, in winter gales, tho Atlantic billows literally bombard tho massive btructuro and havo ovon smashed in a uortion of tho lantorn at tho summit of tho erection, tho sons frequently sweeping over tho rock with tromondous force. Homo two or throo years ago tho stormy w outlier then prt ailing prevented all communication with tho rock for many w oeks, so that tho storo of food was consumed, with tho exception oE Bomo flour. At last a schoone...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 February 1896

.il Y f. . -' ' ' ' 'EVENING BULLETIN; FEBRUARY 13, 1890. ,$' -8 $mttl "' --" i" gg tf Tfl nn " 'J,1ViZa"T.feVtttrRRAY, 'Empire Saloon tl Tbn rinix nt ilia Capitol I Olien Ho UHBl I fll ViJ 0 N-e, JWOUUU1UI U t uxu , - qTRFpT A noncrnl slock of Lienors. Ales and 4H Tim 1'lns nt llio Onpltol I" Ollcii 1K- lintrctl. but Never lloiienrd. It 18 a quostion) which no ono can answer what becomes o tlio flags which ily session after ses sion over tho two Houses of Con gress. Tlio lifo of a flag exposed at Buch a height to the tattering, winds' naturally cannot b6 long. Every now and then after a storm a groat rent is soon' in "Old Glory," as it proclaims from tho housetop that our statesmen nro deliberating. Sometimes a stripo is gono, or porhapB half tho stars may bo torn away. Thou in a day or two it flies again with all its stripes and its stars, as if it had never sulforod by tho storm. asked what becamo of tho old flags. Nobody know. What do you do with thorn? Nothing. They aro tho sam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 February 1896

'Tmmmw' A "rr Treairstf yMrprr ? rTrKrTr-rK;rK " - -TpiT' ff'v v --..i.. , '"f.1 i EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 13, 189G, Y. i v ; ; Lei N to.. t$ !fj S: sk j 'TTninm ' 5 Evei7ii$ Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. THURSDAY, : FEB. 13, 189(5. WATER SUPPLY. Some almost startling facts wero submitted to tho Board of Health yesterday rogarding tho -water supply. Tho -water is polluted both by surfaco drainage from tho public highway aud by de cayed vegetable matter from its sources to tho rcsorvoirs. It was statod by modical inembors of tho Board that n great deal of sick ness certainly resulted from tho impurity of tho wator supplied to the people fflio bad conditions now reported to tho Board woro orposed by tho Bulletin sevordl years ago, and tho necessity for clean chaunols from tho sources, together with a process of purifi cation at tho reservoirs, was urgently presented. It was also pointed out, after porsonal obser vation, that thero must bo a great wnsto of water in seopago and absor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 February 1896

WW WW s ipr - p ". 4-4 ' fftfSJ'SJ "A"' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAItY 13, 189G. ' v LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circus tonight at 8. 13nnd concert at Thomas square nt4. IIouolulu Ooramnndory,KnightH Tomplar, meots tonight. Tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra will havo rohearsal tonight at tho usual hour. AtWirth's circus tonight tho monster program o last night will ho repeated. J. P. Olay will shortly occupy tho Kapona cottago on Nuuanu street. Tho bark S. G. Wilder was to sail for San Francisco at 4 o'clock this afternoon. A now slaughtor house is to bo erected at Iwiloi by tho Metro politan Meat Company. Secretary S.B. Roso of Wildor's Steamship Co. is on duty again after a brief indisposition. On complaint of Mrs. Rod riguez, a native was arrested this morning for assault and battery. Tho adultery trial of Albert Edsman and Elisa Claassons will bo tried on "Washington's birth day. J. T. Watorhouso is still in poor health, that provontod his attendance at tho Board of Health meoting. Royal Arch Chapt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 February 1896

Wv j i !"'' v ;' ( - "n 1 li I J i EVENING BULLETIN, FEBEUAflY 13, I89G. AS ? " l-i 'ioiaij itAiMM.i, iron 'ini: yi:ak IS')-. HAWAII. INCHES. Waiakoa 129, Pookoo 120 Ilonomu 121 Honomu(950 ft.) 115 Hnknlau 109 Ookala 102 Kukaiau 81 Paauilb 107 Paauhau 59 Honokna 05 Kukuihnolo 73 Niulii 52 Kohnla 05 Kohala 50 "Waiinea . '45, Kailua 01. Konlakokua 75. Nnalohu 4G, Palialu -W. Olaa 189. Knpoho 83. 93 ,88 ,59 .70 74 .57 78 30 .53 10 .91 08 .91 .30 .58 ,29 ,92 ,08 ,48 ,03 41 MAUI. Puuoinaloi 08.72 Hana 07.89 Olovalu 10.04 Kwvnnpnli 28.52 JIOLOKAI. Mnpulolm 38.82 OAIIU. I'uuahou 38.14 Kulookahvm 27.97 ICownlo 31-59 Kapiuhmi Park, 23.21 Innoa 50.11 Pnuoa 42.02 Insane Asylum 42.18 School Street 41.03 AVyllio Street (5-4.40 Electric Station 70.95 llnlf-Way House 92.50 Luaknhn 145.40 Maunawili 78.G0 Kahuku 35.77 Waianao 20.-48 Ewa Plantation 30.84 KAUAI. GrovoFarra 34.19 Molokoa 50.50 Hanamaulu 41.33 Kilauea 00.51 Hanalei 91.70 C. J. Lyons, In chnrgo of "Weather Bureau. Pegg Long A basket of p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 February 1896

?V'Ti ' fp r . EVENING BULLETIN,' FEBRUARY 13, 189G. D IE i 1 X Carbolliioutii Avcimrlni. Tho inorits of this compound for prosorving wood from tbo ravages of borers, fungus, rot and dampness aro fully sot forth in tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Com pany's column in .this iBSUO. It. is invaluablo fo fonco and tolb-1 phono posts and in tho lowor part of dwelling houses. It is applied! the oamo as paint. Full informa tion as to its many and varied uses may bo obtained of tho Ha waiian Hardwaro Company, who will bo pleased to bIiow local audr other testimonials of its utility. Good Tor Houielcoopcr. Tho disagreeable Bmoll pro duccd "by cabbage in tho process of cooking may bo got rid of if a piece of broad-crumb, tiod in a lino white rag, is placed in tho saucepan with tho wator. After this has boon in tho saucopan for a quartor of an hour it should bo taken out and thrown into tho iiro. A Cure for Cliolcrn. Beiilin, Germany, Jan. 26. Tho Loipzigor Nachrichton says that Dr. Behring has discover...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 February 1896

ll 7 ' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 13, 1896. r -IV i'. '' THE WATERFRONT. HCHOONEK TAKES A ltonnitT VALUABLE Lcwr.ns cAitno. Inland rackets Come In With 8e rJinrlne WeaUhIoaltloii of Deep Wntcr Ornrt. The Bryant discharged Hie lcranlnilcr of her ballast ,t Brewer's wharf today. The W II Dlmond Is taking in about 2500 bags rice at the Custom Homo wharf. The steamer MIkahala arrlrcd this morning with 6044 bags sugar from Kauai, which was put Into the J Cl'flugcr. The ship Indiana hauled In from the stream, and Is now at tlio berth vacated by the W F Ba acock. The schooner Hobcrt hewers left for San Fmnelco this afternoon with a cargo of sugar valued at $70,41)7. Tim ntnntni'r Claudino wilt be hauled on the Marine Hallway next Monday to hato her bottom cleaned and (Minted. Tomorrow, Friday High tldo large, 4.14 a mj high tide small, 4.40 p m; low tide large. 10 53 a m; low tide small, 10.00 p in. The big ship W K Bahcock hauled over ta Oceani' hirf llils morning A gang f mill Imuudlatcl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 February 1896

Ur mm g I The Only Eight Tage BVGNING Zto tldvertising Medium. Evening Daily Published on the Hawaiian Islands. 7 you Don't Read the Bulletin you Don't Get ALL the News. I Reaches ALL the Teople. JlfUJW IjJUUIV jjl. H- IflUIUIl. MMMHMMM0tOMM Mttnat 3 MWM VOL. 1. NO. 227. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 189G. PRICE 5 CENTO. BUEGGflllN f ) r THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovory day excopt Sunday at 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. SUJJSCltU'TlON ItATES. Per Month, onywhoro In the Ha waiian Islands 8 7A For Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 PnyiiMo Invariably In Advnnoo. Telephono 250. I O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Health and Strength RESTORED BY TIIE USE OF Ayer's Sarsaparilla 3Ir. M. A. Cnmmlnp, of TnrraTUIo, Victoria, AaitrnUa, Snyi I ' ' J StrL-"t "About a year ago, I had a aovcro attack of Influenza, which loft mo very weak, without energy, appo tite, or interest In life. Obtaining littlo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 February 1896

rpr. ujiwjippufl w ubt i.-i'v "' , WTVWJWWii f.Tt i,i'iir-mKw.r , rcr WTP ?7 X$rt?$ffi-"Pi"$ y71 EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 14, 1896. MHBHmHMMMMwH m. fcv. thoir own against Boors. It is n Borry task to oxcuso a disaster, or to nttempt to provo how it camo nbout that tho weakest did not win. "Wo slmll attemnt no such un grateful nud invidious feat; but if tho valor and intrepidity of our countrymen is impoaphcd wo shall lot the facts answer for tliomsolvos. On "Wednesday, tho first day of tho now year, Dr. Jameson, with four hundred and sixty mon, facos a strongly - intrenchod position manned by two thousand Boors. "Wo will not ask how it happoncd that tho scouo of battle lay in a dofilo whoro all tho advantage lay with tho dofondors, quite apart from tho suponority of thoir forces. Nor yot Bhall wo allow ourselves to wonder why tno Uliarterou (Joinpany's troopors arrived wearied and harassed, and pinched with hungor at tho Bupremo moment whon overytliiug depended on their freshness ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 February 1896

. - M M Ml M 'fPPIf iMfpUf ffp? JriM j." V , t t 4 mwwwm Klugunl l'liotocrnili Parlorn. Honolulu is prouil of J. J. Wil liams' photograph gnllory. In tho largo and hundbomo parlors ono finds tho finest lot of Hawaii an views in tho world on exhibi tion. To carry on tho oxtonsivo business of conducting, not only u Slaco for tho taking of portraits, ut for tho careful manipulation of scouic viows of ovory nook and 'cornor of tho Island groups, ro- ' miirna n nrrtn flnnr annnn ntirl n groat deal of costly paraphernalia. Tho handsomely furnished re-, ception room with its beautifully decoratod windows produces a most pleasing offoct upon tho mind of tho visitor. To tho loft, , as you ontor, is a larco dressing room fitted up with all of tho ap purtonances of tho toilot; oflico and operating rooms are also arranged with ovory convonionco. Mr. Williams's gallory well repays a visit on account of tho thousands of pictures, illustrative of ovory phaso of Hawaiian life as well as each bit of...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 February 1896

"'TJfpppr "mfqmr -rww ' rT'riiim9 .WfWfH EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 14, 18UG. fr :u w i, . ' 51? Ever)ii)$ Bulletii?, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. FRTDAY, FEB. U, 18. UTE FOREIGN NEWS (Cfoufmuccl rom 1st page.) A dispatch to tho Now York Sun ropresonts hundreds of Ita lian troops ns having fallen by tho waysido for want of propor supplies of food. Thoro aro no mules to haul tho wagons. Gen eral Baraticri in Abyssinia is said to have boon a worse failuro than Goneral Campos in Cuba. Rein forcements of 30,000 meu aro about to depart from Italy. An army of more than 100,000 will bo engaged on the Italian side. This really will be a serious war before it is fought out. Tho enemy aro by no moans savages. They aro fairly well disciplined, desporato fight- er. Tim Turkloli QucMlon The London Times has dis- patch from Constantinople, Baying tho Zoitounlis havo informed tho Consuls that they aro willing to surrender their weapons of war, while retaining tho hunting weap ons they usually carry. They ...

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