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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 February 1896

iiPP '' ' W"WWPfT"TV " EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAItY M, 189G. LOCAL AND GENERAL. No circus tonight. Band concort at tho hotel this ovoning. Ewa mill will rosumo grinding on Monday. Tho organ for tho Methodist church hns arrived. Company B will give a hop on tho evening of tho 27th. Hayes tho tumblor has a Bpo cialty for tomorrow night tako it in Goorgo "W. Mncfarlano waa in San Francisco when tho Mariposa loft. Associate Justice W. F. Frcar returned by tho Mariposa this morning. i Tho Mariposa has two passen gers for Auckland and sixteen for Sydney. A If you want a nice fitting dross v let Mrs. Ilnnnu on Fort street ') mako it for you. Tho contested election case will bo heard' by tho Supromo Court nt 10 o'clock tomorrow. Tho now England dinuor at Haa lelea lawn comes off ouo week from today from 5 to 7 p. m. Professor Borgor announces himself moro than pleased with tho promiso of a good entertain ment Saturday ovoning. Owing to preparations for now acts at tho two performances of tho...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 February 1896

'"WKWW):: yPr"f'f ' f 'XM$9IP!WW T7, . EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 14, I89G. w !? . : 1 ; , pr c B-. F V tik A J , ffljv" A1 HfTv iMtiaur.w kaiiii.am i:i:us IIKLI. Utinrdlnit Untie Mil" Mio . Should e llecoiupeiixcd. New Yqbk, N. Y., February 3. Thoophilus H. Daviea, guardian of the Princess Kuiulnni of Hawaii, arrived in this city yesterday on tho steamship Umbria. Ho is on bis way back to Honolulu, where ho was British Vico-Consul for thirty yoars. Ho Bays that tho Hawaiian Government should tako steps at ouco to indemnify tho young Princess, who has now only a moderate income, supplied by her father. She is now with her father, A. S. Clogliorn, in tho south of Prance, and Davies says tho Princess has not rccohed a sixpence since Queen Liliuokalani Avns removed from tho throno. Ho says iu tho re commendation to tho Harrison administration thoHawaiiau Min ister urged that iu tho event of annexation tho United States should pay tho Princess 150,000. As annexation is no nearer than at...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 February 1896

-ifwwmwff'1" wwT1 m . WT? WtWHTf " 'mi, n.-v t EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 14, 189G. ii.aykd ir a i.irrri: too vim:. Business Cards. Business Cards. "Waste Not, Want Not." Hoit n Hnllur on ttio ISnrk Mohican Out Left In talking with n Bulletin re porter yosterday in regard to tho troubles 'botweeoii tho cdr)tninB and mates of merchant vessels with thoir crows, Consul-Qonoral Mills dotailod his oxporioncos with ono of tho mon who camo hero on tho bark Mohican a short timo since Tho man took sick a day or two boforo tho arrival of tho vessel at this port, and tho day after tho man was sent to tho hos pital by tho captain with tho con currence of tho Consul. Tho cap .tain had tho option of paying the man off by giving him an addi tional month's pay. but being shorthanded and thinking tho man would get hotter kept him in tho hospital at theoxpousoof tho ship. This went on for twenty-eight days at an expense to tho owners oE Si.oU unily, and tuo mans wages of courso still running on. Tho ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN. FEBliUARY 14, 189G. THE MARIPOSA ARRIVES. lllcr's Steamship Co's TIME TABLE. Canadian-Australian Steamship Line ED. A. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co. and Williams Bros. the ii. c. AvitmiiT wiru i4u;u BEH FBon HUMBOLDT. o. L. wiairr, Pk. s. b. rose, Sec. Capt. J. A. KING, 1'ortSupt. Steamers ot the above Lino running in connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Between Vancouver, B. 0., and Sydney, N. S. Vf.. and ftllir at Tictorio, B. O. Honolulu and Suva (Fiji), The Rllowcr Now Due 8. G. 'WiltUr Depu-tt Mnrluc Mlohapc-Othar Item of Intorcnt. ML ft I & -(. .? : &; & k rv to , &- Tlio '.V G Hall arrlred UiU altcrnoo from Maul and Hawaii. The ecliooncr Esther Hulin nrrlred at Tort (iambic from Honolulu, Fb 3. The R M 8 Mlowcra left Sydney on tlio ftrt Inst., and Is de here tonight or tomorrow morning. The shin Indiana Is dlscliarclug ballast at Sorenson's wharf. Caulkers arc still at wurk on her port side. Tlio bar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 February 1896

r ifoui 1 'H fe, v- &S 'Sy.iM mwmm9 77, nfn Ptrrl, D,7r. eVGNING ULLGTIN Ti.tct . Irlv.trticitler itar1 hlttl Evening Daily Published on the Hawaiian Islands. Subscription 75c. a month . ZW AW Bulletin you Don't Get ALL the News. It Reaches ALL the Teobk. f timillllMIMIIUHMIIIMHIIIt ttMMmilMMMMIMlMMHWMi VOL. 1. NO. 228. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1896. PRICE 5 CENTS. B 1 v f ': v 7 .;-' l' THE EVENING BULLETIN. Publtsbod every day except Sunday at G09 King Street, Honolulu. H. I. SUMSCltlPTIOIT KATES. Por Month, nnywhoro in tho Hn- waiian Islands $ 75 Por Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nynblo Invariably In Advance Telephone 56. T. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. PURE ELOOD Is ihesource of good health. er's Sarsaparilla 1 IJakos Puro Blood, H Strengthens tho Norma, It! Shaipons tho Appetite, Removes that Tired Fooling, & and tiiakos Life Worth Living. Sufforers from indiges ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 February 1896

"" m EVENING BULLETIN, FEBllUAUY 1C, 1808. 'W(lHp$ t V f 'fv ft y If fc VL m. r ?. run ti:n rv.i'tVE niii.LioNN. A Check fur Tlml Amount Nruollntoil nt tlie Bnnk of riiclniul. An unpretentious coromony which took plnoo at tho Bank of England afforded striking ovi i dehce.of 't&& fact that London is thocontpx.Qf.JM.jnpnqtarjt.jworld. Hero were iissornblod representa tives o China and Japan, tho fonnor to hand over and the lat ter to receive a check for .4,900, 000 odd, tho prico of tho evacua tion of tho Liao-Tung poninBula by tho Japanese troops within three lnontliB of such payment. The uninitiated might have anti cipated that tho transaction would take placo in coin, and that tho Japanese representatives would tako away their duo in gold in a four wheeled cab. Unfortunately, howoyor, thoro are matorial difficulties in tho way of such a primitivo proceeding. i minion sovereigns woigu oo, 7C0 ounces troy, which may be roughly taken at between seven and eight tons avoirdupois...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 February 1896

I . F4M A i 'nni'i'TWiwiwwi iiiMMiwin'iiJitniFtf'nrJwi" i'wjwaiiMwwjwr ih U.nmiAMiuiA mitLs" crsitjit. Independence Ilnll .Should Ito Crowded This Evonliiu. Prospects are moro than good for tho Buccesg of tho Kmnolmmoha Girlb'fCo'ncorl ut Indouondonco Parbtliid ovdning for.' tho' benefit of thoiKolmla Sominnry for native girls'. Tho following' ib tho pro gram to bo rendered: ' , PROGRAM. VkKt I. 1. Overture "Concerto"... Summer Hawaiian Orchestra. 2. Chorus "Spirit Immortal" (Attlln) .t.. I Verdi Knmchameha Cliolr. 3. Violin 8olo "Potpourie" (Uohom inGlrl) Bniru Mai; 'ret Klnora Sturgeon. 4. Uaics' Chorus "Slon Heard of It" (Tho Lord Is King) , llarnbj Soprano Obi gato, Lydln Ahalo 5. Vocal 8olo "Angel's Serenade".... , Drnga Koslim Shaw. Violin Obllgato, M. E. Stugconj 0, Ladles' Volcca "Splnnlnj; Chorus" (KlyiuR Dutchman) Wagner KainehainchaUlrla' School. Intermezzo, Hawaiian Orchestra. l'AHT II. 7, Piano Duet "I'lzzlcatl" Debllcs Lena ltoscwarnc, Helen Desha. 8: Vocal Solo "Seren...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 February 1896

Wrfyr EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 15, 189G. 5 Eve)ii$ Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. SATURDAY, : FEB. 15, 1890. An editorial articlo commenting am the latest issue of tho Hilo Tribimo is in typo, but owing to a yessuro or news mattor it is hold mov until Monday. "No oncores," is added to tho program for tonight's concert. It mtobo hoped that tho example -Mill bo followed in all amateur vjoucorts. Encores arc often only a solfish demand by a fow for aaoro ontortainmont than was promised. In tho caso of young mngers or recitors thoy aro a pun ihmout. Thoy often also prolong an entortainmont boyond tho .limo thnt many of tho audience desire to bo homo. With the latest issuo of tho Hi i Tribuno, Fayson Caldwoll, .wlitor and manager, sovors his nneetion with tho pnpor. His editorials in tho previous issuo .wore repudiated by tho directors zn a letter to tho Gazetto. In taking his leave. Mr. Caldwell is .lllowed by tho directors to htivo This mild dig at themselves and 3he community: "Tho ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 15, 1896. f, 1?. awiiMMMwiwiwaiM """'" ww www wi umm innMm ...riwwiwwwwiiiiwwwiiriiiiwiiiwwiiiii inmmnmmmmmmmtmiwmmmtmiwmmmimi, n'i . ww3WffMawwwwMMMMaMHw , 'ft' r i - xr tm LOCAL AND GENERAL. George II. Robertson returned from Maui this morning. Band concort at Emma square this afternoon at 4:30. Tho Olaudino brought C572 sacks o BUgar on this trip. For salo a fast sail-boat, apply on ship W. F. Babcock. St. Are wo to havo any celebration of Washington's birthday this year. Circus matineo at 3. Doora open at 2. Ohildron 10 cents. Tho two Portuguese newspapers of the city have got tired of quar reling and havo consolidated. The circus will givo perform ances on Monday and "Wednesday evenings of noxt wook. Nativo communicants of St. Andrew's Cathedral havo elected David Piiauaia as lay reader. Robert Lishman advertises ' homo made butter for Bale. Telo phono 317. Two horsos are for salo. Tolo phoiio tho Bulletin's business office, 25G. Among the Claud ino's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 February 1896

wm Vf ti EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 15, I89G. m ' ws -0 :r si ciiuuou ni:hvici:s. & Where Honolulu lcoplo Itl.iy AVor hlp Totuorrotv. Central Unicw Ommcn Corner BoroU nla nnd ltichnrds utrcotB. Douglas P. Uir nle, minlsUr. Services for Sunday, Febru ary 16th i 9:55 .rn., Sunday sottol And Bible oluis. At 11 a. m., Public' worship and sermon, 3:30 p. m., Junior Christian Endeavor r2eetlnj; .0:30 p. m., Y P.8 0 E. Draver'rooetWr Luke 7-19-28. 7:30 m m.KttA ursvraliln nt1 uArmnni Thrill v uii jiiiw nuioutii w-.w. . Shalt Not 8telVHWIr' muting in.tnef parlors. Wctinesuay ai ii p. m, rroyer meeting, "Christ's Interpretation of the Sabbath" Law." Sunday schools! Jap anese1 at Xycoum, at 10 a m; Portuguese on Miller Btroet, 2:30 p m. A cordial wol como for all at every mooting. St. Andrew's CathkwiaI The services, oi tieTHocoud Congrccution of tomorrow (Sunday) will bo as follows) 0;45 a. m., morning prayer with sermon; hymns 210 and 304. Anthem "God is a Spirit" by Ben nett. 0:30 p m,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 February 1896

WM ,. '' ' r EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 15, 1896. MnmswnewMMI. enters hot us. Business Cards. Businoss Cards. Benefit to liitlit Slug on Monilaj ImI Show IVcilxcudny. Today the last matinoo por formanco -will bo given at tho cir oub, and on "Wednesday ovoning jioxtill(bp;aVsolatolyhp.ljnpy( poaranco of Mr. Wirth'fl company, in Honolulu. Tho usual lnftlineo nricea of admission will bo charg ed, ten conts for childron. Tonigntr Bovoral entirely now acta will bo rrlVfitl. On "Mnnfliiv timet Lnlil Sillff. tliJlT 'groat ridor, will bo given a bononr which has boon tonuorou .him by, Honolulu citizens. 'This will bo an' ovont and without doubt will attract, a, 6rowdod. h.ouso.. An 'immonsonrocram is on both for tonicht and Monday and, .of, course, tho last night's ontortain mont will embrace all tho best foaturos of previous shows. Messrs Wirth and Oamoron, aa also tho members of tho troupe, oxprosa with feeling thoir thanks for tho liberal patronage given thorn by tho pooplo of Hawaii. m ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 15 February 1896

? .- 1 "' it 4T EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 15, 189G. m-mmwmMitmmm iMnrwuniil FMUMHNMMnMMIVHIMWf w s m r W lU THE CLAUDINE ARRIVES. THE Srr.AMKIl lilKKLIKC IlllINHS A LABOK OAUO. I Forclca " Off tFtt-Tm- engers From Maul and lluwatl Waterfront Jotr. Tlio II 0 Wrlplit, wklch arrived Testcrdaj, is lying In thcitream. The Llkellke brought the largest carjro alio hM carried tlnee h vrat built. Hutchinson Mills sugar from tlio V 0 Hall Is bclns loaded In the W F liabcock. Hamakua Is reported as having refreshing rains and liearj teas alone lhul rugeedcoast. Tho barkcntlne Iruigard has finished ills charging coal and will begin loading sugar. Tlio C Allen loads after the Irmgard. On accouut of the large supply of coal which bad to be taken In, the Mariposa did not get away uutll 7 o'clock last night. Tomorrow, Sunday High tide large, 5 01 am; high tide small, 5 4'J p m; low tlda large. 11 87 a m; low tide small, 11.87 p m. The steamer Claudlne arrived this morning from Maul. She 111 bo hau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 February 1896

N J V ; " '' The Only Eight Tage EVeNING P.tef . yJdffwWiV mi ir 1ar1 him . uw. ciiiw.niJlli6Jriniinm. Evening Daily Published on the Hawaiian Islands. If you Don' (Read the Bulletin vi yot Don't Oct ALL the News. v t-Subscriptioitftc. a-month W P in . -.0 Jt t iUarDnhl iW,,..UMr.V. MMMWMMMOMMMMMt MIIM(IMtt MMMIIIMIIIttH ' ' T7... l.ln Plrrhf Tislir,, BULLCriN ' ' . . :. ' - - - Vol. 1. No. 229. ",' HONOLULU, H. I.. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1896. Pmos 5 Cents. Si 1 r '4 j t v t J f ti ll THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovory day except Bandar at 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. subscription rates. Per Month, nnywhoro In the Ha waiian Islands '....8 76 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to Amorica, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 Pnyablo Invnrliibly in Advnnoo. Telcphoho 2&3. P. O. Box 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. Health and Strength RESTORED BY THB 'USE OP Ayer's Sarsaparilla Mr. 31. A. dimming, of Tsrrayllle, Victoria, .AuttraUa, Says t "About a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 February 1896

- EVENING BULLETIN, FEB11UAIIY 17, 189G. COW4 9tirti ? M ntouu r tiii;iu sooiu.s. Company II Did Nome flnotl Shooting on Snturdny. Tho return match botwoon tho Hilo Citizens' Guard and Com pany B waB Bhot on Saturday afternoon. Tho Honolulu team scored 421 points . which comes within two of equaling tho National Guard record hold by company E. lho Bcoro of tho ililo team will bo received by tho Kinnu tomorrow. Tho second team of Company B also Bhot during tho afternoon and sorno excellent scores wcro made, tho total being 381. Following aro tho official scores: rntST TEAM. Capt. E. O. White 43 Sorgt. IT. Giles 41 Sorgt. F. AV. Thrum 40 Corp. J. It.Parko 41 Corp. W. T. Schmidt 42 Private C. Elvin 45 Private C. Tracy 41 Private E. Oleson 44 Privnto AV. E. Eowell 41 Privato J. A. Johnson 43 Total .421 Averogo, 42 1-10. SECOND TEAM. Lieut. M. G. Johnston 30 Sorgt. 0. H. Athorton 41 Sergt. 0. B. Uoynolds 37 Sergt. 1). F. Thrum 30 Privato Frnsher 40 Privato O. Rhodes 4-1 Privato H. Hapai ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 February 1896

'1 vimwttitMNKfJKMVWnnM cootinu rnoJi Mvr.itrooi.. Tho Ntcnini-r llorlc to lie lut on llic Oriental Itoiito. ToVhito Stnr steamship Doric, which was withdrawing from tho London and NeV Zen- - land mail sorvico in July, and BOrit to Belfast to bo re-qnginod, ro- boilorod and gonorally overhauled, haB had 'this work dono on tho ' iMoraoy in. , conBoquonco of tho striko at Belfast. She has sailed from Liverpool to tako her plnco along with hor sistor ships, tho Coptic, Bolgic and Qaolic, in tho tranBpaoifio sorvico of tlio Oci dontol Oriental Steamship' Com pany between San Francisco, Ja pan and Hongkong. Sho is tho iirst 8teamor to tako a cargo direct from tho Mersey to San Francisco, about 13,500 railos. Tho Doric iB a stoel vessel of -1675 tons. Her now engines aro of tho triplo-ox- Eansion typo. Sho is commanded y Lieutenant H. Smith. -The Doric is duo hero from San Francisco on May 19th, on routo to Yokohama. Settlement oTOIna. The following iB from tho Hilo Tribune: Olaa is fast ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 February 1896

"f7 EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUABY 17, 189(5. If- m 5 Euepir Bulletin, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. MONDAY, FEB. 17, 1896. HILO JOURNALISM. It is mnttor of rocorcl that tho directors of tho Hilo Tribuno lmvo drivou its editor from his chair uocauso ho "snssod" tho Govern ment and donouncod tho visit of tho bnnd as, virtually, a bribo to induco tho Hawaii delegation to support fuss, feathers and fan faronade. Therefore, it is to bo pre sumed that over tho issuo suc ceeding that in which tho editor committed his offonso the direc tors would havo exercised judi cious control. That thoy should guard against any repetition of tho offense especially, if thoy contributed or vised tho political i articles themselves was tho least that should havo been expected. Yet wo find tho latest issuo of tho Trilmno, that in which tho offend ing editor pronounces his plaintive valedictory, uttoring sentiments of an approximately soditious char acter. Indeed, it outhorods Herod in contemptuous expressions to ward ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBKUARY 17, 1890. X r 1 LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circus tonight. Clmngos of program nt tho cir cus this evoning. Sovon drunks woro arrostod on 'Saturday night. Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, 1J. nnd A. M., moots tonight. For salo1 a fast sail-boat, apply on ship "W. F. Babcock. 'St. Lahl Sing will do his. Lost to 1 ploaso bis audionoo tonight Zamlocb is entertaining largo audioncos at tho different townB on Maui. Tho excursion and danco nt Itomond Grovo comes off next Satutday. Tho Now England dinner at Haaloloajawn comes off on Fri day ovoning. The (zovornmont band will play at Emma squaro thiB ovoning at tho usual hour. The Australia is duo from San Francisco on Friday, and will loavo again on tho 2Gth. Tho first number of "0 Luso," tho consolidated Portuguese nowB papor, has been receivod nt this office. Prof. Cook hnB jiiBt compoBod and published a very protty little piece for tho piano entitlod "First Gavotte." Senators Rice and "Wilcox of Kauai aro already on hand for tho...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 February 1896

irasissBi JKSr".iV 'WiTTBHI Kj -US'P 'WWV' , '. JVPI ' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 17, 1890. I,OVr.S AMi AMritlOANS. Death, to '' ? vv' U k s r If" 1 , ; I w K. lyV", Ite- rcltctl Iniirt'S4lon In Nmnon. Lexinoton, Kw, Jaif. 2!). Judge James II. Mulligan, United States CouhuI to Samoa, who re turned to his homo lioro Saturday night," was givou a banquet last night at the Navarro. At tho bau- quot ho mado an address, tho most romarkablo part of which was tho following: "Whon I was away off on that littlo speck of land in tho Pacific Ocean and looked across tho vast strotch of sea to tho Btorms that wore agitating this country I could seo no Democrats and no Republicans. It was Amorica. Tho English, tho Germans and nil tho othors aro againBt America, no matter what tho diplomats may say: "I feol that I havo loarned moro in tho last two years than I have over learned before. I havo borno my part in tho battles of politics, havo spoken bitter words but whon I stood undor that mighty crag ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 February 1896

TriiigT1 yWfwW: EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 17, 189G. IS UNDi:it HAWAII'S I'Ii.l. I Business Cards. Business Cards, "Wasto Not, Want Not." Soma Odd Juggling AVItli tlio Now llrltWIfllulll Htonmcr Aztec. There whb n rumor yesterdny ilini tlio how British Btoamor Aztec, reconlly purchased in England by tbo Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany, had boon, transferred from an English to a Hawaiian register, and that bIio -would horoaf tor fly tho Hawaiian flag. It was said that Colonel G.tW. Macfarlano, who was rocontly in London,and who is now at tho California Hotel,was instrumental in tho transfer. When seen ho admitted,, it. Ho said: ,"Yes, thp rumor '-is correct. Tho transfer took placo six wooks ago, and I assjstod tho ownors and the Ha waiian Consul in London to bring about tho matter." Whon asked further if tho chango of Hag laid any special significance, ho admitted that tho roquest was mado by tho ownors , for tho chango just at tho timo of Cleveland's mossago on tho Vene zuela quest...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 February 1896

, " ' '-Si' V s TF. . ' r . t i &t-'T - -( aaiw. j --- itut 'ip int wi-wwnuw 'f "T V V 4' IN b: I 1, Bi M m -i if v.. IX i a wwiww('W'iiM gwwww S. S. W110WERA IN AND OUT. TIKE ItlMCAIIAI.A AKKIVES I'llll.tl THE OAHDUN INLK. Paoeagars Arrlra aaaV Dpr Vo el LoadlnE SucrOtUer Ship- pliiE Note. Sugar 1 being rulicil Into the W F Bib cock at Oceanic wbarf. There were about twenty passengers Id transit on the Mlowtra. The barkcntlne Crocker was atSll loading sugar at Illlo on the 8th. The W Dlmond took In Hecla sugar from the J A Cummins. The Irmirard Is recelrlng sujar irom the Iwalanl at Wllder's wharf. The II Hackfeld was loading for this port at Ban Francisco on Feb 10. , The S S Australia from San Francisco fs duu on Feb 'H. The China Is due from the Orient, FcbiiS. The schooner ftcdKeld has been chartered by, Kenton, Holmes tfc C to load lumber on the Sound for Illlo. The schooner Jennie Wand arrived at Ka linlul on the Oth, and the I.urllnc on the 10th, both from San Francisco....

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