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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1896

jr EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 20, 1890. iMMWfiMiNmimMi mutaarwAmxu, MhVJUMWJM MfcWM IMl)iWniMllMI1IMIWaWMMimi1()HMlrf MMM LOCAL AND GENERAL. Chock Look, morchant tailor, lma a card olsowhoro. Company D. elected fivo now members at its mooting last night. Several nativos and othora woro fishing at AVildor's wharf this morning. John T. AVatorhouso is much bettor this morning and hopes to bo out in a few days. Tho Australia is duo from San Francisco tomorrow morning, with eight days later nows. Attontion is directed to tho card of T. Murata, hattor. Ho makes mon and womon's hats to order. Tho captain of tho ship Iroquois, which arrived this morning, has his wifo and two children aboard. Tho regular rohearsal of tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra takes placo in tho largo hall this evening at 7:80. The Khmu will bo hold back until noon tomorrow and porlmps longer if tho Australia is reported. Tho special train for tho moon light danco at Romond Grovo on Saturday ovoning leaves at seven o'clock. O...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1896

A f$ EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 20, 1890. Vt iv ? m A SKUOl OP VNVMIAli VIOtEMJI'. IMilich In Thrown Into n Smitten I'll ol Ilninur. A storm of unusual violonco, coming from tho United Stntes, struck tho British const on the 18th ult. Tho usual storm warn ing from Now York had not preceded it. It was accompanied by loud thunder and blustering windB, and soomed likely to cause great damage. Happily a condi tion of groat calmness provailed ovor the British Isles, tho cyclonic disturbance eeoming to have little effect, unless to causo a temporary increase in tho fog and gloom. Siuco then appearance givo hope of greater clearness, with probab ly bright niul settled conditions later. It is bolioved that this storm originated in a violent outburst of Mount Clovoland, a largo vol cano hitherto quiescent; and oi Mount Olney, a smaller, but oqually active, center of fiery dis turbance. Until recoutly they were considered quito harmless. Tho Irish newspapers stnto that both craters had been f...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 20, 1806. w.T-iamm fm mmmt mi mum mm uwi Ki IIIIMM'lli aiiijWfWmHiiMIl)H "Bg H v .nai.tkunh mi:i:i nr.ci:i vi:n. Coiiiml'niotirr HIiimIcii will Dlnlrlle lllo II to Oatllo ltnlcr. By tho stcamor Miowora Com missioner Marsrion o tho Dopnrt ment of Agriculture received from W. J. Purvis, a well-known whole sale seedsman of Molbourno, a consignment of tho seed of tho Australian saltbuBh, ono of tho most nutritious of tho plants of tho arid portions of that continent. It is particularly adapted to regions whoro thoro is littlo or no rain. It is ono of tho most fattoning of fodder plants and cattle and horsos oat it with avidity. Mr. Purvis writes: "I bog leavo to adviao you of tho dispatch by this mail of two pounds saltbush seed, which tho colloctor has re turned us boiug tho most valued of tho Australian species. This is a poronuial herb and is considor l Mm best of tho salino horbaco of tho salt bush country, and is I pronounced wonderful for its pro ductive...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1896

raftBMi w -"? f-'y, TW Htrmamv -w'TKaWVfMWSKW v r- r . v' ." ' S" " ' T' MaFrv i i. r em ir W ft v.J r J SHIP IROQUOIS ARRIVES. SCIIH. AMCK COOKK IN VOItT.. KEADIIOD FROM KAUAI. IIIsHlilV toIjOBdSucr for Now York JtlovcnienU orVfl I" llio Ilnrlor-Otlier Ilema. The Paul Iscnbcrg lias hauled over to the Railroad wharf. The ichooncr Ka Mol Is on the Marine Hallway for repair. The schooner 11 C Wrlelit I unloading lumber at Fort street wharf. The sloop Kalulanl urrlvcil from Walau this mornlm; with a cargo of rice. The W F llnbcock Is nearly loaded. She Mill probably finish toil.13 or tomorrow. The Charles F Crocker left Hllo for San Fraiu-lsco on Sitmlay lnt with a cargo or sugar. Mr Trim hnnlnng.T male of tin- ship W F Ilabcock, anil It Is reported the feioml , mate has also retired. The steamer Kcaubou brought 4Ioo b.igs Kekalia si.tr which was loaded Into the bark C 0 Hrj ant this morning. The steamer Klnau satis for Maul and Ha waii tomorrow For uuip.ihochoc she will take only piss...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1896

PWl ' ,twTT ',')" V' r tf- MriM.i JV ,,-f 77w Ozi' & Tj I Evening Daily Published ULLGT Best Advertising Medium . 'fl If you Don't Read the Btdlclin on the Hawaiian Islands, i : you Don't Get ALL the News. Subscription 75c. a month'. It Reaches ALL the People. k nm4m&4to6 Vol. 1. No. 233. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY,' FEBRUARY 21. 1896. Piuoa 5 Cents. eve-NiNG N $u W ,v too? v V'" mm?'- ' 1Tl 1 ',',V,. V THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovory day except Sunday tit 609 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SU1JSCIIHTION KATES. Per Month, nnywhero In tho Ha- wnllnn Islands 8 76 Per Yrar. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Moxlco 10 00 Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 I'nyntilo Invariably lit Advnnco. Telephone 250. P. O. Bos 80. B. L FINNEY, Manager. A TERRIBLE CASE OF ECZEMA CUIIKl) 1IY Acer's Sarsaparilla Mr. K. Wyntt, of 1'ort Itontl, Wct Illmliuarah, So. Amtrulln, vrrltci of tho unil condition of her Httlo dnuKh tcr, whoao portrait alio also acndai 'nrmnvM ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1896

rK'ipwm Xtta ill"- V, f ', !r-;' menRK7m&w a YTOrw? hb EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, 189G. wwpmi MMarwipwiiiiwnwM;rKimiJMianguwiw"i I imiii ?TH LIQUOR QUESTION. ON EVERY i MAN i HIS i DM i HDRSE i DOCTOR, DR. POTTIE'S CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES FOIl THE OUHE OP DI9EA8U9 OP HQRSES, 0ACTI.B, SHEEP, BOSS, SWINE AND POULTRY. ALSO When If Comes J OPINIONS oi' A I'UIMlINr.M Itl-SIDKNT OF KAUAI. MORE k j w lie Touches on Noma Point Not Hitherto Ilciici1--riiui for Controlling the Triifllc. Tho following trentiso on the liquor question, from a well-known ' morchnut on tho island of Knuni, ' gives somo now klcns rognrding tho ndnptntion of tho dispensary system to tho peculiar conditions of thoso islands: It has boon a groat pleasure to mo to seo tho strong movement, that has been started for regulat ing tho consumption of liquor. Our government han awakened to the importance of tho question and appointed a commission, prencheis from their pulpits have taken it up strong...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1896

"wiswy , .! rr: i2 M ' ( f " VL .V i v. t y ..r WPIW'iW'"T) only four porBons ju Christianm own 8 niiiny ns niuo slmrcB, nnd tho bnlnnco of tho slmrolioklors liuve only ono or tyo nntl n very fow three. In tho association of Christianm aro 400 shares. Make it tin offenco of no more than ono year's nnd not lees than bi'x raontliB' imprisonment nt hard labor to manufacture liquor, Bell liquor or havo in possession any liquor not bought from tho parties authorized to sell and providbdin tho Government Dispensary with tho proper labols. Mako it an offenco with a fino of not over fivo hundred nnd not less thnn ono hundred dollars for any steamer, railroad or public carrier to convoy liquor not labeled with the Government Dis pensary labolB and received from thorn or from an association of tho Government Dispensary. Mako it also an oiTonco of equal sizo to counterfeit or unlawfully put out liquor not approved by tho Government Board of Control. Boforo issuing a liconso to a district assoc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1896

Pa? 4 EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, 189G. f.v ! .: ittULAMMMH If .v Mt ;.V' IV r. j w, V'M ATJTHOlfflT. Sealed Tenders "Will Lo received nt the Oflice of the Minis 56r ol the Interior until 12o'elook nobn, Jcbiunry 23th, 1890, for printing and Mndlug the lioport of the Minister of tho interior for tho yenr ending December Hint, :5. Bids must be nt ho much per pnge matter, including plain tabular mntter without jnleB, and so ninrh per pngo for rule ntul hahlo woik. Paper to be lirst clnss book, sny 44 lb. ' Sample for style of printing nnd MSS cnu J io seen nt tho iLtcrior Office. The Minlittcr of tho Interior does not liind hiiiHolf to accept tho lowest or any J. A. KINO, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, February 21, 1800. 233-3t Sale of Public Lands. On S VTUIIDAY, March21st,nt 12 o'clock rioon, at front entrnnco of Judiciary Build g, Honolulu, will bo sold tho following pieces of lands 1. Lot in Waianac, Onbu, containing 0 J-10 of mi acre. Upset price, $010. 2. Lot iu W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1896

I . ir i f- LOCAL AND--GKNERAL. A silver knifo is loBt. Sugar is quoted at 4. couts. The Kinau loaves at -i o'clock p. m. today. Mrs. Dr. Hildebrand arrived by the Australia. , Pacific Lodgo of Masons havo a apocial mooting at 7:30 this ovon ing. Tho last performance o tho circus takes placo tomorrow night. No matinco. G. W. R. King takes chargo of tho Club Stables affairs this r morning as manager. Police Captain Scott loaves by tho Kinau to join his wifo on Maui and spond a short vacation. General Wnrfiold and tho Visit ing United States Army officers loft for tho Volcano today by tho Kinau. Carter it Co., paintors, Waring block, havo some handsomo and cheap hand-painted ilowor tubs for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brown aro visiting J. S. Muirhead, tho engineer of tho Wainaku mill on Hawaii. Tho balloon ascension at Ro mond Grovo takes place atl:lC tomorrow. Bound trip tickets aro only 75 cents. Star korosono oil is advertised in a loud tone of typo, befitting its merits, by tho Haw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1896

I A o-' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, 1890. PYTHIAN ANNIVERSARY. Death to !' ill '& M to vrrriNo oi:m:iihatio nv the IMONr.KIl I.OOAl, lodue. Onhu Lodge, No. 1. Give n l'lcniHiit Soclul nnd Onnco Ttccornllons rtiul Tlioto lreonl. ' ytkinu Ilnll on Fort street, the castlo o Onhu Lotlgo, No. 1, Knights of Pythias, was tho scono o a Bingulnrly ploiisant social and danco Inst night. It was tho thirty-second anniversary of tho foundation of tho order in tho United Stntes, and Onhu ns tho pioneer of tho order in theso isl inula managed this celobrntion. Tho decorations of tho hall wore romarkubly artistic- ns well ns ap propriate. In tho middle of tho coiling was spread tho triangular Uoor cloth, in tho omblomatic colors of bluo, red nnd yellow boariug tho initials "F. B. 0." sig nifying Friendship, Benevolence nnd Charity. All round tho walls wore hung omblomntic shiolds nnd crossed swords, framed in wreaths of mnilo vino nnd forns. There was a pyramid of forns on tho chief platform...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1896

II I r (' ft 'A' ' 4 :4 EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, 180C. WmMIWlM Ed. Towso, Geo. HnwkhiB and vifo, Grant S. ( Wuggoner, A. Bnrnes, 13. L. Fi'rinoy, John D. Ilolt, Miss Holt, Ilonry Smith, Miss Smith, Miss Kollott, D. Mo Nieholl and wife, Goo. Brims, J. 0. Strow, H.S. Riekard, J. S. Salter and wife, J. Conkloy, Ira Burgott, B. Borgorson andwifo, S. Docker and wife, W. G. A. Siobort, 0. II. Collins, D. Logan and wife, Miss Tripp, Mrs. Thos. Phillips, Ohas. Kidder and wifo, OhaB. J. Famiouf, P. A. Bockor, Ilonry Giles, A. F. M'ddros, An tsno Silva W. R. Johnson, wife " and tho Misses Johnson (2), Miss Hannah Jarrott, A. L. Morris, Mrs. Ed. Austin, James Dodd, Chas. Gray, W. P. Jarrott, A. K. Hatfield and wife, Misses Clarke, Donvor, Bush and Daniols, Dr. Dorby and wifo, Mrs. Bowon,Hur-' Ion Bowon, M. H. Drummond, Captain Scott and Frank Fostor. Tho coininittcc8 who ably man aged tho outortainmont wero as follows: Arrangements Bros. Dall, Smith and McLain. Eocoptiou Bros. Dall,Holt ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1896

li h"1 VI -. r . s ,-i EVENING BULLETIN, PEBIUUTiY 21, 18. Ulllll) IIIIIIIIMtimW I " WMlMmill'J tUIIIWIIMil P Ill IJ'IM.I II I II "ii uni Hi" i I XMC4Wtfm rHtit.tiTiwayiwwtjiwMPMwyw WWFWV fx fe tf 8U - ?$, , t Fv N f &" ft ': $ i,1?. fci .-. S S AUSTRALIA ARRIVES. THK K1NAII DEPARTS WM. MOW DEW FMOIW NEWCASTLE. PnoHeiiKiTH from tUe Count - PitHCiiz- er for Blnnl and Ilmvrnll-Otlicr ShlppltiC Hw, The ililp Iroquol Is unloading her ballast at Sorciuon's wliarf. TUo U 8 8 UennluRton arrived tlilsinornlnjf from target praillcc, and Is anchored 111 lial row. Tho four masted silioontr Wm Ilmwlcti wltli coil Irom Nuucatstlu arrived tills morn Ins. C5 days out. Operations on vessels loading and unload ing ein;ur, this mornliiL', li.ul to be siispendi.il lor a hllc on account of the rain. Sugar lrnm the Lilma Is belne londid Into the lurkenttno Irmuard The C 1 llrjant 1 receiving sugar lrom the Kllaucu Uou. Tomorrow, Sit urdn) Well tide larc, 11.57 am; lilcli tide small, V ! ) in, low ti...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1896

W f"7 Tfcr Or Tagc ft BULL fkst Adva hing Medium. Bxuiw Doflj Published If you Pent Hrmd Out OtdkUn j ytw fhw't Crt ALL Wu MmA mmr Ham stands, i r i Stthtrfjttkm 7$t. a month Q9 a a in iiliwin i mniiititiitlmwKtWi VC I. No. 234. HONOLULU, H. T.( SATURDAY, JHW3RUAJIY 22. 180G. PKfc ft Own. ,w . ' .jaw j , . , r ' 7r y ir k t GTIN j t- A- I Nt t X- JL' A a w-JL r 4 THE EVENING BULLETIN. AM? Kb wt, f fMAMR, JL 1. WftWTfTWW KATRS. Far 3fjfj Mifwfww f tfc Ha- WnjtffftW- VtfOTCVH r r r r r r r r r m r r r9 i frrTH, 8 60 Ct4wror ni Mftft Cup rrf mtamimmtmX ttmm TMtftf t, U ftUilCf, Mznzzr. FBEE sew: KINDEBeARTENS 3E3o2XOjEL-t wW fee "n by q$ KJjJE FIELD rf KjwriwitofwK Cknreh TtfS3rBr,Sefr,.S5, 180G AT P. M. 'JJf&kete - - - &1 -00 imrmlm At Jiawn'mn lietUt ami Hebron Frmnfemt f)k tffej TttUmm, tut Pmt, motifaUhnf 'Hvmo(timWtl WVMIW AfVftfPVy lT nuinuiij ffewtf 'l' HfR. f'mrfittum: tAU'(rti in W -tii run r A i- j , WRIGHT BROS Carriage BiiHtfing and Repairing Dr'S; C2ri2 and Wagon B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1896

S " $ . "( !"'"lw'l"P?pWfp!p 'fWP'Hi tflVt ( :' IfWiW IWMfffl IHM.M'I'IN, IM9nnVMIV 9Q, !00fl, "l-TTTWillllWI I" llll HI IWi I' ' Ki hbmbmihmpw ww?r i i n " f r t it ! n im Tiinn tnmnfim ttg" 3fo5 JTff' "fiff RP'mfVnBPHHHIVfr tw(tS w nflFt t ' nirwf C W I ' tt sBBK unr ,m, KAflSnY 1 MAN 1 HIS 1 IIWN 1 HUHSB 1 I1UCTC3H, . DR. POTTIE'S OIOUIQHIIATIOD ; lilVIO ;- STDOK -; UI3M1SD1ES vim inn oiniii uv niPtinHiw or HOnOBO, OATTW, BHBBP, DOQO, SWINE AND PQUtTHY. XjtXJLTST " DE3CA.I3E1. : OIL 'I'lio nmrvolniiH romody whioh provoulH Hair Falling Out li'Olt WALIO J1Y Molo A gout, Jlonohilu, M" NcAl Hiiiiiilii(rniinimi)i'nlliin I' 0 llux WW, Tnluili(niu (, lWH .1HL Whan It Gomos CM! toft toi (Pa mifllnfaalnnlH wo still Jlmvo plonly, our olook hns not Ihtsu oxIiniiMlfiil, dud now HTlVdlH (i ni nn IkiimI, rft yfrfNttfr'8 UMabriclfljacl DICTIONARY, 1&& J?tfw. MI gffcf, w, MORE JpB.Ji ' tfftjT n l4rf ' i Man m ili i - " - fnH0iWUlUI 4MVCI7 JqBPB ;r, $n Wfr 'TOffffi "HyPf3?n $lta fol A' 1 ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1896

laf;" ; .pppiiiiii.npi' -w- -. . tiv . mm fm rA a -n'i,w iv oiiuuoii m:uvici:s. WIkM'u Honolulu I'onplo DLiy r "hip To iho now. Ohntiiu. Union Cinmrii Corner Herein liliuiml llloh.tuU HtnotH. DniiuliiH l'. Mr nlo, minister. HorvlrttN for Sumfny, l'oliru nry'.Mthi IliMv in., tiu.olny holhoI ntul llililo cliiHH. At II ii.iii., l'ulilic wuntliii nuil ttorimm, .IsflO p. in,, Junior Uhrlstliiu Ftntonvor meeting, (hill) p, m., Y 1' 8 0 15, jirnynr mrotluu;t "Why ntul how wo nhouM tostlfy for Clitlst." 7i.10 ii m, puhllo wornhlp nml (.I'lmuui "Thou hIiiiU not hour fal no nltnosH," After meeting In the Imrlorrt. rluiuUy hoIiooIhi Jnpniuso In tliu lycoum, nt 10 n m; Fortuuticso on Mlllor Hi root, nt Ih.lOp in. Wcilncminy nt 7rf() pin, l'riiyer im.otliu'i "Tlio 1'rlnclploH of tlio Kingdom of flenven the llcntltudoH." Mult, vi 1-1(1. A L'onlliil wulcomo fur nil nt ovuryHorvlco. Hr. Andiik.w'h Catiikhuai. Tho sorvlcos, nt tlio Huuouil C'oiiKiuuallon of toinunow (Hiuulny) will 1)0 iih follnwsi O...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1896

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Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1896

if 'miijm&w:f9 '& '& wpf pp ' Hi ? i i.l VI f. 1 it s LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circus louight nt 8. Go nuil boo Knclmil tonight. The polico ivero nil provided with brnud now enps todny. Bnltnlion drills on Tucbdny nnd Friday oE noxt week nro m order. Dr. M. E. Qrossninn nnd C. L. "Wight loft for llnuuii on tho Kinnu. French dinner nnd Quintotto Club music at tho lluwniinn hotol tonight. Tho bnud concert at Thomns Squaro Inst night drew out tho lUsual largo attondanco. Tho total recoipts of the G. A. 11. bonolit nt Whth's circus Amounted to $1,234.95. Tho schooner Ilooia will sail from lioro to ports on Maui, nt 4 p. in. on Monday noxt. Tho last train for tho balloon nsconsion nt llomond Grovo this afternoon leaves tho depot al 3 o'clock. Company 13 and tho second tcniii o Sharpshooters will havo a return bhoot at Alakiki rnugo this afternoon. A special collection will bo nindo in Contral Union church to morrow in aid of tho Bulloring Arinouitius. The infnut dnughtor of Mr. and...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1896

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Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1896

0 M- wpcpp' itviwuvci jiaiiiiiwis, pjiBnmviiY ma. : vPPl PP y f 'IliTmmiMil 1'roHuluut Krihfgor linn vigor' oimly protected fininnt tmlilii' tit (ernnctwor Lortl Hnlfabury regard ing tlio TrniiHvnnl. Ho objects to DritiHli interference in his coun try's internal nfTnirs. Secretary Clintnliorlain, in n de tailed fitntoinont in tho Commons, pointed out nn existing confusion of dilToront subjocts. llo an nounced that military nnd police would bo romoved from tho con trol of tho Chartered Company, which, howovor, would continuo to pay for their maintenance This would provont ku(1b in tho future In tho Gormnn Roichstng tho Emperor -and tho Government ivoro highly praised for tho stand tlioy had takon in tho Transvaal matter. Baron von 13ioborstoin commonded tho measures taken by Groat Britain after Jameson's raid, and said no responsibility rested on Great Britain for tho bloodshed. Horr Richtor, tho People's party loader, said tho Emperor's mossago roilected the feelings of Germans, but...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1896

N M . Ur- JW- v ? it Kt w ' STR. MIKAHALA ARRIVES. THE IIAHKHNTINI' KII'.N SAILS 9CIIH. nRHTIE irilNOK. Inland .Strainer , Willi .Sugar Arrive VonicU onliii"irioveinciiti of MilLlli .Mutes. Tho Haw bark lolaul sailed from New York for this port, Fob 12. The Hcrtle Minor was off port yesterday, but she did not get In. J ' Tho W F Uabcock has hauled out In the stream, whero she will complete her cro. On Feb 1:1. the brig Geneva sailed for Ka hulul, nnd the schr Volant lor Maliukonn. Vessels In tho harbor Were gnlly decorated wllli liiiutlng In honor of Washington's birthday. The o N Castle sailed from San Francisco lor this port Feb 1:1, and the Allien Ues3i tho same day. Tho bark S C Allen Is taking n sugar nt J iFccnn r n-ari, anil ino lrmguru ai mc uaii rond wharf. The Inulanl whs hauled on the Marine Hallway today, the schooner Kn Mol baring been launched. Tho ship Kate Davenport, IhM tons, has been cluiicrcd to load coal at Ihparture Ho for Honolulu. The Australia I rapidly dlsih...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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