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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 February 1896

ULLGTI Best Advertising Medium. ? Evening Daily Published on the Hawaiian Islands. If you Don 7 Rtqd the JJullchn you Don't Get ALL the News. X oiium ijjiiuii ji.umumn. Rttu-lw 41.1. IllA'PMhU. tt04ttmmft& -trQ. Vol. 1. No. 240. HONOLULU, H. L, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 189G. Pkice 5 Cents. &i' The Only Eight Vagi f GVGNSNG N THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sundny nt 009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUUSCmi'TIOX HATES. Per Month, nnywhero In the Ha waiian Islands 8 70 Per Year. 8 00 For Yenr, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Yenr, postpaid, other Foreign Countries '. 1.1 00 I'nynlilu Iinnrliililv In Aclvntieo. Telephono 230. 1. O. Box 80. B. L FINNEY, Manager. a iirHfa Si HOP U u.j .sgoi'cg of goad kaslth. tor's a&sa3a6illa t:!cl:ss Puro Blood, Strsmgtlions the tiorvos, Shcipsr.s iko Appotito, Removes that Tirod Feeling, and Makes Lifo Worth Living. CSSBn Sufforers general debility, skin diseases, or any other .'ill incut arising from impur...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 February 1896

'HJf "" "TH" ""T -' ; r - -.nr?- 'mw,, '"'p"! Tr?viMp" ;.WfWripli : BS, ,i - l 1 v 2 ii'- a vt "it- l troiiMwiirmfiwM;niii imwiwtimM ;ii TO FIND THE NORTH POLE. iMtoi'isi:i ha 1. 1.00.1 jominJ:y iit a mm.iumi ai:koai;t: The rv)iclltlon Will Mart from SillIrrc'ii Next .lulr OricrlplUiii ! the II11I loon llicd. Scientific men and geographical mid astronomical societies nil over the world aro watching with ui teiieo interest tho finnl prepara tions for tho proposed balloon journey to tho north polo by tho ili.stiiiyuhed Swedish aeronaut, M. Andrco. Tlio lmlloon is now under construction in l'uris. It will bo a doubh' balloon, one inside tho other. Thn first or in ner balloon will bo i.iade or a specially manufactured mIU clotli of three folds and covered with a water-proof varnish. Over this, covering two-thirds of tho balloon, come a cover of cloth highly saturated with oil. Tho air be tween the two balloons will guard against certain changes of temper iilmc. and also prevent snow and...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 February 1896

'WWmUSgSmimwifff'W'w Hilf ' )MW- KSSKSS&SKfSlliWW swj 'F'Bip 'mP?'Wi EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 29, 1800. ygTW-'y'MgHl'HVw Mmu liwww (rTrBIPWWewSHHIHHIMPHfflft -to f k','t vwmT'lWf7mM 3 W$ i iRK' oiiuiKiu m:hvk:i.s, Where Honolulu People Hl.iy Miii xlilp 'luiiiarrnu. Cfnthw, Uniov Ciiriini Corner Herein lihi and IticliurdH Rtreets. Douglas I'. Mi llie, minister. ' Services for huiulny, Maich 1, ISiKii '.):" 'i. in-i Sun lay school niul ltiMo class. At 11 u. ui., Public uoisliip nnil Bcrnion, followed by communion nor vico and reception of members. 3:30 p. m., Junior Christian Endeavor meeting 0:30 p. m., Y 1' H 0 12, consecration meeting Tniyer." 7:30 p m, public worship and sermon: "Thou shalt not covot." After mooting in the parlors. Suuduy schools: Japansso iu tho Lyceum, nt 10 n m; Portuguese on Miller street, nt 2:30 p m. Wednesday nt 7:30 p m, I'raycr meeting: "Tho Law of tho Kingdom of Heaven." A cordial welcome, for nil nt overy service. St. Anijkkw's Catiilihui Tho serv...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 February 1896

HP r' a' If Hf .j EVENTNQ BULLETIN, FEBIIUAEY 20, 189(1. bve fW nnr im wj m.:mcHM jtmi i ii iiin' i" ' " -- 7 ' -- i ' ' -- . .- . . , .. - - . --- M t., i RlV ...... I I . I ......... ..,,.. r. m if- 9-." 7hn Fuontnrt Dn bHn nt tlio fiuno unit peculiarly tno f x TTTm1 Hal 8 '. H. -"""ioii wucv uy jus. r, jiunjun. HBVVf S - - w - ! 1 HHHsW'T VJIIV I . W XIj I I I 1S IJ U I 1 rj l I I ' - f J D 1 K 1 B 1 K ' 1 DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. SATURDAY, FEB. 29, 189(5. THE TAXES. Here is n statement of the direct taxes paid by each island in 1895: Onlm $209,592 CI Hawaii 155,018 20 Maui 80,155(5 80 Knuni 83,050 -11 Molokai 3,038 91 Lnnni 318 15 Xiiimn 1,01(5 82 Total 8692,091 92 Onlm pays lo.-lS poi cent, or It s-h tlinn one-half of the taxes. Of mdiieet tuxes Onlm of couipo contributes a vastly greater pro poition. Tlio license, lecoipls an. .i.iniug to ylO(J,707.S9 . eoino mainly fioin lionolulu, and the follow hi table of values of im port" n ill give some idea of the prppondoinnce of customs...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 February 1896

IjMIWVmF'' " f-T. (rf w-w''!n$' "-ww" -' EVENING BULLETIN, FEBEUARY 29, 1890. WTfWWWWjWMWflBifltKWai., mffgfMLT tf fMHytir yp n jM)" xmAEffr1 tovwifriraftJto wi'WiwNMn r '. ' V LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circus tonight. Cricket Club "smokor" tonight. High school concort this even ing. 'Thoro was no session o tho So li ato today. Band concert at Emma squaro this aftornoon. Minister and Mrs. "Willis entor tained n Jfcrgo party at dinner last night. Rov. D. P. Birnio's lecture on the Holy Land takes place this ovoning. 0. Ilcdoniann takes tho position of mnnngor of tho Honolulu Iron -Works on Monday. Rov. Mr. Romig will lecturo to morrow night at tho Christian church on "Old Paths." Carriages -will not bo admitted within tho onclosuro at tho buso- ball grounds this afternoon. Don't foigot that tho great closing out sale ut tho Tomplo of Fashion begins Monday, March 2d. A boy named J. Suarez was bo foro tho Polico Court this morn ing for truancy. Ho pleaded guilty. O Patricio is tho namo of a n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 February 1896

Hf? n EVENING BULLETIN, FEBTIUAEY 2, 1800. r f biki: t u r i-v i . nm. l'ntrlck Cmnilrll. Jlrs. Patrirk Cumpbrll hns told n British intprviowor tlint tho nnblio (loos not nppreoiittn tho mental nnd physical wear nnd tear which mi nctrcsi imclcr gocs in jKrf nruiing emotional pat ts. Her own rcmeilv for this exhaustion is to dovoto here If tothocommonplnco Antic") of lifo nud of her own household. Mrs. Campboll confesses that sho mado a romnntio runaway match whmi sho was n mcro girl, and that fho was tho mother of two children beforo sho was 20. Sho mndo her professional debut at tho Alexander theater in Livoipool in 1888 nftor n phort career as nil nmntenr. Quern MnrRlicrlta. A recent graceful net of Queen Jlnr gherita is being duly chroniclod. Onco n year sho pays u visit to tho girls' mis sion schools in Romo. Sho nrrived thcro one day recently in an open carriage, nnd following came two others tilled to overflowing with masses of exquisito flowers. Theo sho ordered should bo dri...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 February 1896

t", -(01 ai r1 ' '. PHyPP y!-i)?- ';: -''.;'"'''"TrB,r455fP: i wmmlml, i umi '"aMMaBMiMaBMWMMBMWMl 1111.0 iin.nx. Lecture on ninry (liiceli ul'Snol Cun tlltlan or tlio Volcano. Tho weather ih perfectly de lightful, and lins boon for sovora weeks.. On tho Tuesday ovoning, 25th inst., thoro was n dolightful and profitable outortainmont (hot fin ancially,) at tho lionso of Mr. and Mrs. Luthor Sovoraueo, gotten up mostly by Row J. M. Lidgato, who lmd soloctod for tho ovoning the' History of Mary, Queon of Scots, from enrly lifo to her Inst momonts, represented by lantern slides and tableaux. Tho pictures wero truly beautiful nnd tho tab leaux wore gotten up to perfection. Tho costumes wore truly in great tasto, Bhowing that thoro woro ar tists nround in tho gonoral get-up of tho wholo entertainment. Tho lecturer, Row Mr. Lidgate, seemed exceedingly woll posted in his Bubject (so it wns gonornlly r marked), and ho had many thanks for tho pleasure ho had given and was complimented. Same e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 29 February 1896

M'v ' r -"J fe g EVENING BULLETIN, FEBKUAEY 29, 18flG. '-. h I i , . rr m ,M1 , i.nMiiiJ:'Miillllgwng''wW'i. i1WwwwMiiMWiiiiiMiMwii.wiMMMiiMeyiiMiui.u.il.ii.ijtvjiiirriw Ml'J-QW""'nm-r.w r' - u i-1 miw eyire,v.l i W ilLOIG THE SHORE f HE Ganadiaa-Ausiraiian Steamship Line Uf. TUG VLANTEIt 'OK SAN FKAM- -.. -, "JTCisCSStSS Mink m A T T lil uisco-siiip iNnriXA, I 11 Ft I ill A . ... 1 Bitnifi iruni una For llio OW ftlenmcm From und For tlio o Micr Ilniiil-I'uiienirerR Arrive Irom iTInul hihI Ilnwnll. Tlic ehr Alice Cooke U discharging conl nt l'nlctio mall wharf' Tlio bark Martlin Dai U I at Kln.iu w linrt, taking In Onninca sugar. Wllder'a steamer Claudlne should arrive from Maul tomorrow morning. Tlio Kllnuca Hon was hauled on the Marine Hallway this morning, to be cleaned. The U'nmrr Kaaln arrived vesleidnv aflor nnmi Willi Kahiiku sugar, mill Milled again last night. e hl Indiana ha clean d for New Y"rK, and will ilKcly sail late thl iiliernuoii or t.. morrow. Tim WnllnnnaloM on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 March 1896

HlIIHlimiHMWMHMMtH 77.., n.... l?:t.i m. VGNI ULLGTI J JStMifiijr Daily Published on ine Hawaiian islands. j I SubscrfpUm, 75c. a month. $$wm0woo NG N Best tldvertising Medium. , !JH I If you DonU Read the Bulletin (lli I you 'Don't Get ALL the News. : Jt 1 " v. 11 Keacnes ill uw reopie. , ijm ' 'IB 'JkH MARCH 2, 189G. Pmos 5 Cents. ,Sm :r A .'I i V Vol. l. No. 241. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day excopt Sunday nt (509 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. 8UH8C11IPTION ItATF.S. Tor Month, nnywhoro in tho Ila- wiillan Islands $ 76 Por Year. 8 00 Wot lYcar, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 1'nyalilo Invariably In Ailvnnco. Tolephono '250. I O. Lox 89. B. L FINNEY, Manager. Unable to Work ! NO APPETITE ! COULD NOT SLEEP! Ayer's Sarsaparilla COMPLETELY CURED HIM. 3Ir. 'X. J. Clime, ut IVnllcon lllc, Ado Jahlc, South Aiistrnllu, nritci: mm S:Jzzz2Ua '?& t "Mx enrs igo, I Imd .111 attack of Indigestion and Liver Compl.iiii...

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

,1 ; s?i tfu tfv F ft r u 'V r.-" .,? flr. fa , r- Hf fa) . Kl.' 1 1 ' fo WW '' P" wEth MmL i Dg ( mi WIlTITI -UTI tmi: nuoici:r smoiu:ii. A Vol- .NiiTrfttl ii ml i:njo)nlilo AITnlr ui bnturlii. It was ft little nftor 8 o'clock on Saturday ovcning when Chairman Marsden culled for the first num ber on the program of tho Cricket Club's Bmoking concort, nnd thoso present snt down to tho business of tho oening, which wns enjoy ing thomsolvcs to tho utmost. Owing to tho tardiness of somo of thoso whose names woro on tho list tho order of tho program was changed somowhat. Professor Eorger oponod tho ontortttiumont with a pinno solo mill uns followed by A.St. M.Mnc kintosh a ith a song entitled "Tho Coster's Sorcnade," which was po well rm lered that an encore wis demanui'd on tho spot. 'J his Mas followed by u ijuaiMto by Mcssis. Dillingham, Wilder, Coney and Norton, which was also encoied. '. L. SUuiIcj'b fine voico wns next heard and his song was loudly applnudod. 15y vay ol variation l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 March 1896

f .'IV ,H r,j I . EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 2, 189G. i mriiiin iiimii i - i - - s I v " li V V IJ. S. N. ADAMS Aitnivrs. Nlio Will Tnlco tlio I'lncu "f tlip Ken nlnicloii. Tho U. S. S. Adams, which has boon oxpected hero bouio wooks past, arrived yestordny, twolvo days from Sau Francisco. Slio will likely remain in port several months, relieving tho Ronnitigton, which goes to Maro Island for dry docking and repairs. .Following is a list of tho officers: E. "W. Watson, commander; Liout. N. E. Harris, oxecutivo ofiicor; Liont. ?. E. Groouo, navi gator; Liout. H. AV. Harrison, en sign; 0. S. Stauworth, onsign; II. H. Hough, ensign; 0. E.Prostou, watch oflicer; P. A. ongineor, "W. II. McElvoy; chief ongineor; P. A. Surgeon; G. T. Smithy surgeon; V. J. Semmos, assistant paymas ter. Concert nt Kimim Hqimrc. Tho Hawaiian band will give tho usual concert at Emma Squaro thiB ovoniug, with tho following program : PART I. March "Imperial City" Kemsack Overture "Frn DIa olo" Anber Klnnli "Cnrmen"...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 March 1896

"i'f 'It ' "f' W rt EVENING BULLETIN, MAROH 2, 189G. :Tf Kft I. 6tf T X ji" J? h'ti :- m. fa (S Evei)ir?$ Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. MONDAY, MAROII 2, 189G. ABOUT FAKIRS. It is surprising bow low somo aowspnpors will stoop in nttompt 5ag to vilify people who rofuso to dJo business with them. The- Star 5s Snturdny's issiio undertakes to call Messrs. Cameron and AVirth "loafers," drunkards nud other 3ct names in a wild endeavor to Bwrm tlio business rolations thai WirtU's circus has with tho en liro community. A member of 3!io Star stuff was heard to remark flwhen asked why ho attacked 5ho circus) that it was be cauKo they refused to put up, and still another one told Mr. Cameron that as long as thoy had started to "ronsf tho circus thoy would continue especially if tho Bulletin saw lit to champion their vmise. This was practically admit ting that thoy wore in tho wrong, ftut if thoy retracted at this lato day St would make them tho laugh ing stock of tho town. Poor Stor, that nee...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 March 1896

I F rv f V .' tv c vr V J1 tJ r A -s' J y v i 0r loca AND GENERAL. Rev. S. E. 13isliop is ill. Tho II. A. A. 0. moots to night atthoY.M. O.A. at 7:30. Ewa Plantation has declared its first dividend, payablo today. rni 1 t !.: i i1. :.. . XI1U Hlliu oi. uimiio t liio wiuuo lltont will bo hold at 10 o'clock jrwounoBuny. Ira Van Camp haB gono to San Q' -n li.- i.:- t i:.. Francisco on tho brig Lurhuo from Kahului. A riflo match will bo arranged botwoon squads 5 and 7 of tho Citizons' Guard. Minister "Willis will leave for tho States on April 15th on a , sixty-days' vacation. "Aro yon going to tho balloon ascension?" "No!" "Why?" "Prico has gono up." Tho Pioneor Building and Loan Association holds its regular monthly mooting tonight. Two fino bay horses from Cali fornia arrived on the S. N. Castlo for Mr. Alexander Young. A largo crowd viewed tho bal loon ascension from tho top of Punchbowl Saturday afternoon. Manager G. L. "Wight of tho AVildor Steamship Company, ro turned on tho Olaud...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 March 1896

ifWJfl lfrt ," 5y . ' EVENING BULLETIN, MAHOH 2, 1890. ;;,? '-- -gv, &- iiiuii mjiiooi, o.ui:ki. TP! 4 FINE 6i.v ', & ft. fefr. fa iSi ' '" f !..'' 4 '4 J Itcllglitfiil Iliitorlnlntiiciit to n Large Coiiihiij. Tho concert given by pupils of tlio High school on Saturday ovouing, for tho purposo of rais ing money to buy n piano, was a thorough success, friouds of tho school helping them out with vocal and instrumental music. In tho contor, at tho back of tho stago, was a Hawaiian ling with British and American ilas on opposite sidos. Each numbor was woll rendered, and received tho hoarty aj)plauso of tho audience. Thero was a largo attondauco. TIiosp present showed thoir ap jneoiation of Miss Kato McGrow's singing by an oncoro. Both tho oliorus and solo Hinging of pupils was splendid, and speaks well both for themselves and their teachors. Tlio recitations by Miss Kennedy and Miss McLain wore also oxcollont. Following was tho program: I Trio J'imo, Violi'i nud Cello Mrs J T Ia...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 March 1896

"J ' EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 1890. , 9mmMM.ummMUtrtnurn.vmmmmBwmvtMKwxtMmmm . i 7 '' ' '(1 JnpniicKn Mpnnnlilvn. f Japan is going to increase hor commorcinl navy by giving sub sidies to shipbuilders for overy tou abovo 1000, and to shipowners lor all ships o 1000 tons Hint enn make ton knots' an hour, the sub-' Biuy beiugincrensou for ovory oUU tons additional or ovory addition al knot of speed. Let us consider for a momont what this moans. It indicates the absoluto control of tho carrying trado ou tho groat PaciGc ocean, unloBS wo moot Japan on tho tormB which she is prepared to adopt. She can build steamships, us has boon demonstrated by fiftoon or twenty years' actual ox porionco, clnolly confined up to tho iircsont timo, to domostic trndo and commorco; she can man her Bhips with clover, bright and in telligent oflicors and sailors, qb tho lata war demonstrated, and sho can Iiiro hor oflicors aud mon at a rato of wages unappronchablo by anything wo know in this Country. AVhat wil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 March 1896

VENING BULLETIN, MARCH 2, 1890. 1. , L ? , i - T' . f' mm0tV0i 'in i iii nrfnir .,.1. i. ! wm-o-y-i'iii'MiTOi ii. !... '.Mpijijj,jni)ii,t j imnjui.TT.iiiV nwi, .'iiijin,. "-., n ..'tt&'-,..L lull' " jlft-y,' SUNDAY ARRIVALS. P! awaiian Fepfflizin n Canadian-Australian Steamship .me ' 1'' If- fy J m i "vr ijf i .. H f. a- ' (.. s M y ) l f'i 4 $ S. N. AOAItlH'-AHOIIKH AXDS. .V CAMTLK PllOH TIE COAST. Kewuhou Arrive with n Shipwrecked Crtw .Ilitrk IIolllnwooU from A- YorkNolci A busy Jay alongshore. Ilm I ' s & Iluiningtou hag been relieved by the Adorns. Yesterdny nftcrnooti, tho U S 8 Adams stunned In, t ilan iroin Sun Francisco, niter a pleasant ojn'c. Tomorrow, Monday High tide large, fi.lw h in, iiim thiu niiuil, 5:o pin, low uui lnme, U;:is, low tklosmnll The Claudlnu nrrluil from Maul jcMcrdm tnnrtilnir with n full cnriro of sniar, ulilcli f being unloaded at Oceanic wharf. Kiiuiil mik r Hum tlio Allkaliala Is belli ftorul on lntti Island nluil, nnd will I. taken into t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 March 1896

'? ft The On flight' fPa&$ijj " I 'Evening DahjLPitblbbtokAi Sr mn'miimH .ULLC frs iidvertising Medium. 1 yon 4 W AW the Mm yon Don' Gel ALL the Arent. v - i on the Hawaiian Islands? Subscription 75c. a month. It Reaches ALL the Tcopb. XHXXXHXOtoX0'. $- frH0WM? Vol. 1. No. 242. HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, MARCH 3. 1896. Piuob 5 Cents. 1 rviMifvr: B FIN T VX4 ' vl.i.Il 1 VJ. is b m m mj n h -m 06O V F V A is THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovory day excopt Sundny nt COO King Strcot, Honolulu, II. I. sunscmirrioN kates. Por Month, nnywhoro In tho Ha waiian Islands 8 75 Por Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Yenr, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 'I'nyitlilu Invni'lnlilv in Advnnco. Tolcphono !M). P. O. Box 80. B. L FINNEY, Manager. FOR BEAUTIFUL HAIR Acer's Hair Vigor RESTORES COLOR, PROMOTES Luxuriant Growth, Keeps the scalp cool, moist, healthy, mid free from dan druff. It is tho best dressing In tlio world, and 13 perfectly harmless. Tho...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 March 1896

t ': il' t 4- i' i i b FILIBUSTER BOAT OIUQHT. itv iiMrr.K miati s itivi:i)i: our 'i nit inm.soN at m:v yiiiiu. llrlicU I'nrlnir llmlly In Oiilni-Sprrrli ol Sonnlor lorcmi for Itrniirnl tloii or Ctitiiui. New Yoiik, Fob. 21.-Tho iron steiimor Bermuda, Hying tho Bri tish ilng, was boarded and seized by rcvonuo officers oir Liberty island Into tonight. Tho Bermuda has been under witch by Spanish spies for soino time. Thoy had reason to boliovo that she had been bought by tho Cuban rovo lutiomsts and was luting up as a filibuster. Sho lmd been anchor ed off Liberty island sinco last Saturday, and to-day thoro was evidence that sho was proparing lor sea. At ll p. m. just nuor a largo party of Cubans had gono aboard, tho rovenuo cuttur Hud son steamed alongside and, board ing her, arrested all on tho Ber muda. At midnight tho revenue steamer Chandler started down tho bay to catch tho lighter load ed with unimunilion and look for another party of Cubans who had started to board tho Bermud...

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

4 y v I lirliioipnl KitiiiiM n Wonting townrd tho JMiiomiiMi In ,1a. About Tori v rpbolB woro fciP ,C(i n il0 Korju 0t HkiriniHlios, u Jul I1lliy of t1(.m wounded njd ..nptured. Tito Uovornmoi) ( cnRUnltioH woro pno dungoror lBjy WOumled mill ix othcra r jq or ieHa injured. ,." civilian enrried by force by "?, msurgonts to Borvo ns guido ?aK 1 whon ho rotuniod that tho 1D .parcoiitB nro disabled and dis- f journged in consequonco of tho constant prosecution; that they jarried away moro than 200 wounded, 4iiid rendered full justice to the courngo of tho troop3. Tho guido said they aro ongoged in a running inntcli, Sonntor Morgnu occupied near ly all tho whole of yesterday in n speech on tho Cuban question. Tho diplomatic gallory contained tho largest representation of tho session Ministor Hatch of Ha waii being among tlioso mention ed as present. Senator Morgan roviowod tho policy of tho United SUites regarding Cuba sinco tho timo of l'residont Adams, who had prophesied that Cuba wou...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 March 1896

.'. 1 ?' . .jlffiNKfCl BULLBTIN, MA110II II, 1851(5. '..'I 4tadilHlHMHaMh M aT .. . i . . i i . i - Bfci",y. i" ra . K K K ft M A t fr" 5 Eueiip Bulletin DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor. TUESIUYMAUOH 3, 1MU1. JJy tho doath o Jnlm Thomas "Waterliouso tho community loses a most ostimnblo member, ami tho country at largo n citizou of tho highest valuo. Ho was a man who always exhibited tho best qualities oE a friend to his follow beings, ono who unostentatiously performed his duty in tho sovoral 8j)hores of public, private, reli gious and social activity in whu-h his lot was cast, his associates and tho Govern ment called, or his conscionco di rected him. It may truly bo said that he leaves not an euomy bo hiud. Tho native Hawaiians had peculiar regard for Mr. AVater hnusc. When visiting tho Lopcr Sottli'inont us one of tho Board of llealth, tho Hawaiian unfortunates would cluster about him with demonstrations of gonuino affection. Tho Bulletin joins in tho public sympathy oven-whore heard expre...

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