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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1896

ff i j m4mm'W"mW vvm"$4 frm4 rw op a? pffl? VGNING ULLGTIN to tldvertising Medium. Evening Daily Published on the-Hawaiian Islands. If yon Don't Head the Bulletin you Don't Get ALL the Nr.v$. rr &: Subscription 75c. a-month It Reaches ALL tlic Teople. 1: kwHoniintmtMtminttiioi w t Vol. 1. No. 230. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1896. Pjuoe 5 Cents. O lf'-n I Mr 1 A J- ! ; THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published orcry day except Sunday nt 609 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. sunscnnrnoN' katks. Per Month, any whoro in the Ha waiian Islands 8 76 Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countrios , I.. 13 00 Pnyntilo Invnrlnbly In Ailvnnoo. Tclophono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. FOR BEAUTIFUL HAS Ayer's Hair Vigor RESTORES COLOR, PROMOTES Luxuriant Growth, Keeps tlio scalp cool, moist, healthy, niul free from dan- druff. It is tho best dressing in tho world, and is perfectly harmless. Thoso desiring to retain t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1896

vf?'fWS?TT7WW" EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 1896. &; ' .'' f . u S J r S. t tr- E& $ihi of the republic find pledged al Bogiauco to it. Thoy nover firod a shot. In nct, not a single inhabit ant of Johannesburg fired a shot. Tho Americans aro not in any -way responsible for Jameson's ind and irresponsible raid, but ihoy hope nnd pray that tho United States will stand by thorn -with counsel nnd assistnnco, and mrco itpoh tho Transvaal Govern ment tho absolute necessity of adopting republican principles, instead of an oligarchical tyran ny. "Wo thought wo caino to a ro yablic, but find wo invested our money and spent our onorgy in n country whoro n solfish and nar row olignrohy enriches itsolf to 4ho detriniont of tho now-comor ly heavy and unduo taxation, which has already affected tho tmining industry, nnd which will iboforo long compel us to leave Sho vast result achioved by our labors mid our money in tho handB of the Boors. Such heavy taxa tion is bound to ond disastrous...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 189G. MWOTTlOMil MlitMMI r m THE LIQUOR QUESTION. VICU'S OF ONE WHO WAS i?IAV Ti:AltS A llEAI.LIt. Acrccinout on Soma Valuta vllh Clilef JnnUofiJiKia-AbolUli the Trent ine fiyatciu. Editor Bulletin. In your issue o the 15th inst Chief Justice Judd favors tho public with his opinion ion tho liquor question, and attaches a report .of tho ar rests for drunkenness mado during Bovpral years. Theso figures in thomsolves amount ito nothing or vory little, as tho learned judgo failed to show in how many cases tho arrests and convictions were executed on ono and tho Bamo person and consequently tho stated increase does not prove that tho liquor habit lias clairaod a greater number of victim b over tho foregoing year. Some of his ideas are roally good, others aro entirely too arbi trary. In number 1, confining tho hours for tho oalo of liquor to from G a. m. to 0 p. m. ho is en tirely wrong. These hours may Buit.tho pro fessional hobo or those whoso oc cupation ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1896

xr EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 1890. fT- m Ji. m j w r w W AUTH0K1TI. Sealed Tenders. foiled tenders will be received nt tlio wc!gu Office until THURSDAY, Feb rsaary 20," 1800, nt 12 noon lor furnishing to 3k Commissary Department of tho Nation j& Gunrd of nawail, tho following supplies Am tho t oi m of ten monthsj from March 1, UK. Better, Island roll, per lb, up to COO lbs. Ifcstter, Cat kit, per ib, up to 0000 lbs. :tcon, per lb, up to 1GO0 lbs. 3rt)R(l,(wlilto aud brown, per loaf, up to 23,- 000 loaves. )W steaks, round, per lb, up to 18,000 lbs. Itttt steaks, porterhouse, per lb, up to 3000 lbs. nkef rib roasts, per lb, up to 12,000 lbs. Ifcef corned, per lb, up to 3000 lbs. jttcf hearts, per lb, up to 400 lbs. Xeef liver, per lb, up to 1C0 lbs. Jf tongue, per lb, up to 000 lbs. Swt tripe, ptr lb, up to 200 lbs. 3et brisket, per lb, up to G.000 lbs. 3SflVo, green, island, per lb, up to 4,500 lbs, Xjgs, hen, per doz. 2Vgs, duck, por doz. .lUni, per lb, up to 3000 lbs. 3WU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1896

" v EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 189G. XT LOCAL AND GENERAL. I Tomorrow will bo Ash Wcdnos day. Tho dredger is taking a rest for repairs. No poforraance at tho circus tonight. Pino light straw hats aro for salo by Iwakami. Govornmont oflicos will bo closed on Saturday. Tho Planters' Monthly for Feb ruary has beon received. Tho Berotania Tonnis Club will opon its now clubhouso on Satur day. Captain Murray's company of tho National Guard had drill last night. Officers of tho "Woodlawn Fruit Company aro announced in this issue. Tho Bennington is going off for a couplo of days' cruise for targot practice. Tho band will bo present at tho opening ceremonies of tho Legis lature tomorrow. Tho usual largo attendance waB noticed at tho Emma square band concort last night. There will bo two laBt quarters of tho moon in ono month this year, on August 1st and 31st. Tho Loap Year .party at Inde pendence pavilion is tho ono ovent in society ciroles this evening. Tho Gaison Maru, with a cargo of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1896

II- EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 189G. w ! if .( r, this U(i'nn Qtii.vriojr. Continued from fld Page. fronting custom scarcely nuyono will rofuso ono's invitation to rar tako o soino intoxicants. It must indocd bo a comfirmecl topor, that can sit at n table nil nlono,and drink until intoxicated, especially if ho has to pay for his drinks himeolf. Such persons havo no right to bo at largo, bjt bolong ,to somo houso of correction. In re gard to intoxicated porsons lot mo say, that it is wrong to punish or fino them. Lot tho saloonkoopor bo fined on wIiobo promises ho oo oamo drunk or is found to bo in that condition. "With such a law in force you will find tho saloon koopors very careful not to soil so much liquor (o n person a ns to rondor him n public nuisanco. Such laws nnd customs aro in rogue all over tho continent of Europe, and I enn seo no reason why thoy might not bo tried hero. A Temperance Man. Special ItPiitrn Service. Tomorrow boiug Ash "Wednes day, tho first day in Lon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1896

v Su bvening BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 189G. Miiwiimn inraiiunn i ' ti ) i .?! i v . Iil!I HINGE'S lIENr.Pir llic Clrcun Tent Crowded to It Full CnpacltJ-. , J An ovorilowing houso wXb pro- ,6ent nt tlo oircuB JaBj; nighft jjjtyjr attraction being tho benautQE Labi Sing and an extra good pro gram in conBcquonco. At tho con clusion o his well-known" jodlusy act tho bonoficiary was prcsonted with an immense floral horseflh and Mr. St. Leon thanked 'ti dionco in his bohalf while did tho smiline. Tho performances of Lahl Sing and Burns on tho horizontal bar wero daring and wonderful, oaoh act provoking louder applause than tho preceding ono. Tho ben efit was a grand success from bo ginning to end. There will bo no performance tonight, and that of "Wednesday evening will positively bo tho last, as tho company leave for Japan on the steamship Altmoro. On this occasion Mr. Wirth himself will appear for tho first tiiuo in six years in a leaping and somersault act. 'When Other Fnll Ilood's Sars...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 189G. phi f'. ir4 . . H. A- AN OCEAN RACE. W. II. DIMOND. W. O. IKU'I.t, AND J. c. rriajGKit for 'ritiHce. The W. J. nail aud Claudlue Depart I'aMFiiKcra for the Other Ilndt .-XVatcrlront Notei. Work was suspended on tin dredger to day. The W G Halt nailed for Maul and Hawaii this morning, a few minutes behind time. The J 0 l'fluger cleared for San Francisco today, with a cargo of 24,003 bags sugar, Talued at fl(M,P80.ii7. Tomorrow, Wednesday High tide large, 8.0J a m; high tldo moll, O.ifl ' m; low tide larjrc. 1.U4 a m; low tldo small, l.-J a m. The steamer Claudlno was launched till moruliiK fiom the Marino Hallway, and will sail at C o'clock this afternoon for Maul ports. The ship Iudlana has exchanged berths with the Aloha. The Indiana Is at the Hall road wharf, and the Aloha is discharging brick at Sorcnson's wharf. Two steam plows aro lying on tie Inter Uluiul wharf, which were built In Leeds, Eng'and. They came here on the J C l'tluger, and n 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 February 1896

m fcm W-frjw '? II'IHIIMIIHH ? Best tAdVi n Mlt i nIWW 7w oj nigijr Tggf Evening Daily Published EVGNING tldvertisiiig Medium. ? il If you Don't Read the Bulletin .1-1 on the Hawaiian Islands. I you Don't Get ALL the News. Subscript ion 75c. a month. It l?Mfhac J I I tl.AWsnhls- r BULLGTIN I I s- Vol. 1. No. 231. THE. EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovory day except Sunday nt 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. SUHSCItlPTION RA.TK9. Per Month, nnywhoro In the Ila- wallan Islunds $ 7fl Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to Auiorlca, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countrioa ... 13 00 Pnynlilo Invnrlnblv In Advance Telcphono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. WONDERFUL Blood-Purifying Effect OF Ayer's Sarsaparilla Mr. diaries Stephenson, n well-known Hallway Employo at Kulapol, Now Zealand, write I "About ten years ago, while en gaged in shunting, my foot caught between the rails, and my leg was fractured below tho knee. It healed in timo, but I have been troub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 February 1896

n "fit EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 19, 1896. ..) MSH IS ACQUITTED. ONCE E1TEHY i MM i HIS i OWN i HDRSE i naCTDR' DR. POTTIE'S CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES ron the cune op dise vsns op HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, COBS, SWINE, AHB POULTRY. When It Comes Pi WNCI.U.SIO.01' TUB aiAN'MjAUUII MORE ri:i(TitiAi. last mo ii r. w U it" i tK. H v ! ' ", i i : r j M ' .". M &v . itxprrt TXttmonr IfHor hc Dolrml ill Tlio Jury IIpcIiIok Not Uulllv III Short irlcr. Below is tho conclusion of tho ncport of tho trinl of Andrew "Walsh for ninnelnughter, which was begun in yesterday's Bui At tho nftcmoon session tlio prosecution called: W. II. Jbambort, chief of construction on Sko AVniluku plantntion; C. II. iluofcol, C. E., and W. E. Eowell, ii. E.; then rostcd. Tho defense called John Spencer, C. B. "Wolls and thoso n mmmnry of whoso ovidonce Sallows: E. L. Ynndoriiollinu, chief of iwustruction nt Spreckolsvillo, .pms export ovidonco. Putting on Sio brakes suddonly when tho on line was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 February 1896

V; V ' c wr Hint ho ought. On n curvo ho 'might not sco the hcncl o his train, and an oxporioncetl brakonian or conductor on tho front car might, by putting on brakes at tho wrong time, do a great deal of harm. A sudden check in push ing a train would bo more apt to throw tho ongino off than any of tho cars. It would bo impossible to tako a train ovor a four percent grade at slow speed. The heavior tho ongino tho less speed is need ed to tako a grado. Cross-oxnmined by tho Attorney Goncral: It is not "a great deal Bafor" to pull than to push a train, but it is safor, not so much on account of mechanical reasons as becauso tho engineer has not so much control of his train. Mr. Walsh, tho defendant, tes tified: Was born in England, '62 yoara of ago; had boon nulronding and u orking on steamers since ho was 17 years of ago; drove pas sougor tiains on tho Kahului rail road before taking employment on tho Wailuku plantation. Wit yncss gave an elaborate expla nation of how it was imprac t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 February 1896

'H EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 19, 1890. r ,! V I: '. . ,v M. ATJTH0B1TY. Sealed Tenders. Sealed tenders will bo received nt the Ircigu Ofllce until TUUltSOAY, Feb mary 20, 180(3, nt 12 noon (or furnishing to ,lta Commissary Department of the Nation al (Inrird of Hnwntl, tho following supplies h tho term of ten mouthy from March. 1, 1K. Jitter, hlnud loll, por 11, up to 500 lbs. Jitter, Col kit, per ib, tip to U000 lbs. IT con, per lb, up to lf00 lbs. .Stead, white uiul brown, por louf, up to 23,- 000 lonves. 3e( steaks, round, per lb, up to 18,000 lbs. IStef steaks, porter-bouse, per lb, up to .1000 lbs. Itwf rib ronsts, per lb, up to 112,000 lbs. 3wf corned, per lb, up to 3000 lbs. JVcf heartR, per lb, up to 100 lbs. 3tf liver, pel lb, up to 130 lbs. Jef tongue, por lb, up to 1)00 lbs. 3f tripe, per lb, up to 200 lbs. Ttf brisket, per lb, up to fiOOO lbs. Poffee, gicei), island, per lb, up to 4,500 lb.?, ;39, liuii, per iW. iC8s duck, pel do. .Btui, per lit, up to 3000 lbs. -Milk, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 February 1896

i i fr i .' j VSr'. EVENING BULLETIN, FEBKUAKY 19, 181)0. LOCAL AND GENERAL. This is Ash Wednesday. Ladies' day tit the Pacific Ten nis Club's courts. For salo a fast sail-boat, apply on ship W. F. Babcock. Tho W. 0. T. U. is in session this afternoon at Central Union church. Oil paintings of tho Volcano all sizes and prices at King Bros, Hotol St. 'Tho Chinese New Ysar celebra tion finally ended at G o'clock this morning. Ropresontativo G. P. Kamauo ha of Kohala arrived on yester day's steamor. Pacific Lodge of Masons has a special meeting tonighff for -work in tho second dogroo. S. Both and vifo and W. O. Lackland rotumed from tho Vol cano by yestorday's stoamor. Dr. B. B. Williams, tho Hilo medico, is in tho city at tho re quest of tho Board of Health. Zamloch, on his roturu will givo a performance for the benefit of the Strangers Friond Society. Sonator F. Northrop and Rep resentatives Bycroft and Bond of Hawaii camo up on tho Kinau. Tom McTigho, tho popular rep resentative of M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 February 1896

BEEBSOrSTCHSa :, lp rra 1 5 " ,' IR' fc. ' vm -1 . EVENING BULLETIN, FEBKUAEY 19, 181)6. CIIOWNlitU Olf A C'.AH. Death to Commissioner of Deeds H IV :.'' ' The Coiiilnii Ccreniou' Will t'ot t'U Million of Hollar. Tho imperial coronation shortly to tnko placo in Moscow will doubtless bo ono o tbo grandest Btato displays over witnessed in Europe. Russian coronations aro not numorous; an occasion o tliis kind comes but once in a life time, and tho policy of tho Russian imporial family hns always been to dazzlo the oyos of their subjects by magnificent court dramas, in which tho Czar isroally the Czar. To this end ltussian coronations havo been made as srdoudid as tho resources of tho ompiro pormitted. Tho coronation ot tho Emporor who has just passed away cost over $-1,000,000; that of his prede cessor considerably over 5,000, 000; but in each caso a show was provided for tho pcoplo of Russia that was vividly remembered un til supplanted in tho popular mind by tho splomlors ot tlio nex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 February 1896

1 ... . J K-' B www jMiMaarijwMJTrjMyw!wt j mcmorltil KlnilcrKiirlcn. It wis n beautiful and uniquo gatlioriug of Ohineso worn on jxnd ckildron in tlio Chinese clivfrcf,' nt tho reception given thorn 1)'y Christian women of this city. Thoro I rocoivod tho object-lesson of thodolight and absorption of tho littlo Ohineso tots in thoir kindergarten work. Thoro I notic ed how tho poor, snd,'lifoless faces of tho gaily dressed young mothers some of thom of the small-footed uppor class of Okinoso society horo lighted up at tho many now impressions thoy wore receiving, and as they seomed especially de lighted at the porformanco of tko ckildron, tko thought camo press ing koine, "Ok, kow wd ougkt to multiply this agoncy of powor and blessing in Honolulu." And remembering that this, the first ono of our mission kin dergartens, was started as a mom orial kindergarten, being named tho "Morgan Hobbard Schopl" in memory of n boloved child that died, tho inspiration camo to write an appeal to ber...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 February 1896

msurm&ii-Q mj fwfwm 1wwT u& jt ., 4FS w:t in. A. 1 &- i 1 ? A' A BWL .wc nt p STEAMER KINAU ARRIVES. PASSr.NUCIlS AIIUIVED PANSrNG. F.ltS DKPAUTED. Ntennier Junie Mnkeefor Ilaiinmnuln Km Jrtol Arrive Ilriim of In tercut Along the Docks. Tlio Klnati Is unloading sugar at the Ocean ic wharf. Caulkcrtwcru nt work on the bows of the Alolin today. The James Maker, which nrrlvcil this morulnjr, sailed for Hsnamaulu this evening the bark Martha DatIs has finished dls C urging, and has hauled out In the stream. The harks Nunnntmn and Corjpheue hate about flnlshvil discharging their eoal at Fort street nharf. The Hawaiian steamer Kahulul finished cllelinri:liic eoal yesterday, and sailed lor Ka hulul at 5 p m. Ihc barkentincKtlkitnt has hauled Into her fnrmri berth at Wllder's wharf, where she will uuload lumber. The schooner Spokane has almost finished unloading her lumber. Hliu Is ljlnj; ut Allen ,t Hobhuon's wharf. The U S S ltennlnyton sailed for I.iihnlnn this morning. Durin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1896

.f v: "w '-mfrt-Mc4?in)tmmH I 770 0J' & 7l7; $ 44444M44 V NING BULLGTII ? ? .Jldveriising Medium. Evening Daily Published Ij j on Don't Read the Bulletin V on the Hawaiian Islands. you Don't Get ALL the Ncivs. Subscription 75c. a month. It Pr , Alt . nsi V If JVC-llm-J SILsL lIP i tvpit. V Kmottm4ft 1 eve I H"o Si ' V w- Vol. l. No. 232. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovcry day excopt Sunday nt 009 King Strcot, Honolulu, H. I. SUIISCltUTlON RATKS. Per Month, nnywhero In tho Hn waiian Islands $ 7fl Per Year. 8 00 Per Year, postpaid to America, Onnndn, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nyutilo Invnrlnlilr In Advance. Tolcphono 25G. T. O. Box 89. B. L FINNCY, Manager. srsfii nr&es ' MMKE ' Wl " Kdii-J&-Jt:: ffrjfc-T-.'S'i :- rt w m. "X TtP lAVV Cure DYSPEPSIA, Cure BILIOUSNESS, Cure CONSTIPATION, a (g Cure SICK HEADACHE. Are Purely Vegetable, Are Sugar Coated, Are Mild but Effective. Good for the Stomach, Good for the Liver, Good for the B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1896

rK " V 1U t t'WT' I Mill II I 1 !! I I 'BWFKK HI UJS72 &$ EVENING BULLETIN, FEBItUAltY '20, 1890. mniimiHwii iwii umrjiMimJ j f u1-' in "' h. r" ' f "l A $.. . J. IMl'l'KNINJJN tx IIVW.MI. Voilrtcutril Ir.mi t)i I.u.t Irmic il (lie lltto Tribune. Tho Hilo Electric Light Com pany expects to lmvo 400 incan descent burners in oporation in the early part o March. Tho au thorities o the different churches, as well as other public bodies, ai'o negotiating for lights and it is expected that at the coming legis lature nn appropriation will bo mndo for lighting tho streets. Tho gonorous patronago already given to tho company, as well as that in prospect, lias convinced the di rectors that a larger plant is neces sary and arrangements aro undor way to secure cither a 1000 or 1500- light machiuo as may here after bo decided on. Alexander (1. Hutcheon, a na tive of Ellon, Abiu-doonshiro,Scot-laud, aged 2(J, died at "Waiuaku on tho fitli. Deceased had been in tho employ of tho llilo Sugar Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1896

M " EVENING BULLETIN, PEBRDARY 20, 189G. 3325H25KEEHEJ5 yw" t ! t ' i l , 1 lIIKTimAV 1'AllTY. IMvnafliit 1'nrpnlnl Suri)rli In a Young Ml. Miss Tillio Iloting wns tender ed a birthday surpriso party yes terday nftornoon, by hor pureuts. TJio double parlors wore sot with prottily decorated tables. After tho rofreshrnonts, tho parlors woro cleared for daucing. Sovoral of tho young guests took turus at tho piano. Those prcsont wore Miss Mc Intyro, Miss Mclueruy, Mabel Eua, Mary Ena, Iloleu Macfar lano, Lady Mocfarlauo, Olga Ber ger, Jennie GilTnrd, Miss Juliot King, Helen Bobortson, Grace King, Abbio Campboll, Alico Canipl)oll,a Frances Eaton, Elvira Hapai, Minnie Schmidt, Alvona Dollox, Una "Widonimin, Marion, Logan, Bertha Conrndt, Lani Ward,Ivalani Jaegor,Alico Jones, Mary ltico, Anna Bice, Clara Erin, Lorna Iaukea and Mnbol Phillips. m m AIIOUT THK TOIIACCO PL.IST Arnblitu I'm Mo of Hie Origin of (lio (Jrcnt Nnrcotlc. Dr. G. N. Elliuwood, in his lecturo on "Tobacco" at Cooper Medi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1896

.w fc' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAKY 20, 1800. t, ?v i rv w hV- ' m AUTHORITY. Sale of Public Lands. On S ITU1U)A', Mnrcli2lRt,nt 12 o'clock noon, ut (rout cutrnuco of Judiciary llullil iag, Honolulu, will bo gold tlio following pieces of lauds 1. Lot in Waianae, Onlni, cout.uuini G 1-10 of nil ncro. Upset price, 010. 2. Lot In Wniiuino, Oahu, containing 44 100 of nn acre. U-wct price, 9100. 3. Lot nt seashore, Vi'nianne, Unliu, nt t'lo mouth of tlio river, containing 4 ncrci, Upset price, $100. Tlio sale of Lot 3 is upon condition that purchaser will within ouo year froui dnto of pnrchnso, erect upon the land n building suitnblo for purpose of small hotel, to no commodate not less than twolvo persons. Plans show ing abovo Ian la for 8alo may bo een nt the l'ublio Lands Ufllco, Judi ciary lluilding, where further particulars ruay bo obtained. J. T. DROWN, 232 3t AgHUt of TubUc Lauds. All Government Offices throughout the Republic will bo closed on SATURDAY, February 22. IS03. J A. KINO...

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