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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 March 1896

iritfH I26AL AND GRNlfRAL AVirth'H uirotiH will lonvo for Japan Friday. MrH. DominiH ia ut hor country placo at Wainluii. Royal Arch Olmptor of. Mubous moots this ovoning. Paul iBonborg Sr. will leavo'by the Alameda on Thursday. The Chornl Society will havo a rehearsal this ovoning for its coming concert. Julien D. Ilnyno writes that ho will return by tho Monowai, duo horo on tho 12th. Purser Oabom of tho City of Poking has our thauks for lato San Francisco papers. Ooorgo 13runs was thrown out of a brako yesterday and is now nursing an injured log. "NVirtli's circus company has on Kacod all tho cabin snnco on the steamor Chiyodn Maru. Tho Myrtle Boat Olnb will hold a meeting this evening in connec tion with tho coming regatta. Tho Medical Association hold an interesting session at tho office of Dr. Myers last evening. Judgo do la Vorgno lovied tho usual S3 assessment ou five drunks this morning, all of whom were natives. Tho officers of the Iutcr-lsland Stoam Navigation Company for ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 March 1896

RT W r A EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 3, 1890. t FINE If V I'ir.HiM.iioNS wins tiik iMdiir. TOnlicr I" Kiiorlicil Out III tlio l'lrt Itoiintl. Lantjtiiy, Tox, Fob. 21. It took llobort ITitzsimmoiiB just ninety seconds this nftornoou to dofont Potor Muhor nnd become tho lionvy-aveight cluunpion of tho world. Tho fight took plnco in tho bottoms of tho llio Grande Kivor on tho Mexican side, ono nnd n hnl miles distant from tho Langtry dopot. Even to his friend it wns ovidont Hint tho Irish ltul was not in it from tho shirt. Boforo tho round lind progressed thirty seconds Manor nttompted ft foul nnd was heatedly wnrnod by tho roferoo. Eitzsimmons' coup wns in tho form of ono of his fundus uppnr hooks, with which ho knocked out Ilnll nnd broke tho noso oE Jnck Stclzner, his trniner. ilnher mndo n gnllnut effort to get upon his feet when timo was called, but nftor getting halt wny, to n recmiibont position, ho foil back, nnd still hnd his homl on tlio iloor whon timo wis cnllcd nnd tho decisio...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 March 1896

ipP T r 7 EVENING BULLETIN, lAAK011 3 18M. ,, ,,, , ....m.! mi hhik m.j,.ijiiry)'vanan.w mnirvtrvmmigLlv.J wMmwi!-MrtWHiflmMii ....,CTra it FATHER COMtARDY VPHDM). Tho following lottor 1ms been received from tho Lopor Settle ment, the original being in nativo: Baldwin Home, Kalawao, MolokAi, Fob. 20th, 189G.'. Editor Bulletin: Wn writo to you to cortify to tho truth of what Father L. L. Courardy pub lished iu tho Evening Bulletin, Fob. 7th. Father Conrardy wns always in fnvor of medicated baths for tho boys of tho llomo; ho told us so many times, ho ovon told us that if wo could not obtain niedicatod Japaneso baths at tho Homo to go to Dr. Goto's Hospital, but thon wo got Japanese medicine sont by Father Wondolin. Much good was dono to us by Fathor Conrardy, not only to us leper boys, but also to all tho peo ple of Kalawao and Kalaupapa. Wo cortify that tho abovo is true M. Keliikoa, M. Aiioi, John Namaielua, D. Keola. TlioNon of Veteran. At a preliminary meeting for tho organizatio...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 March 1896

, I ? y ' Pi h i' ' s I t asT th !V f .f w it .ft Hi mm wmn nmHiWitkm OCESN STEftWlERS mi) di: jAXi'.ini) Aiiitivr.s aftkk A nOOGII VOYAGfc. Cltf otJL'ekluc from Sun Franrloco Juimncne Nteniupr from tlto Orient Count Ilnui, A murky day nlongeliorc. Tho Kunln lilt for port on Onliu tills morn Ins. Tlia Hncr Coptic arrived nt Vokoliama on Feb 17. Tlio Mcatncr l.i liua with uti;nr from Hawaii, came In ycstird.iy afternoon. Tlio m en hut Ctntidlno "111 rail for Maul port nt .1 p in tlil afternoon. Tlio linrU Allien Itenie, rapt l'otter, nrrlred todny, III (la)s fiom feau l'mnclKco. The tiniiirtnlnrrled nt Sail rrnnrlcco Feb 10, 7 dn ntul 'A how fiom tlil port. Tlio strainer Mlknliiln will Kn llanatnn illil, Koloa, Eluclu nuil llauapcpc thli nfter- 110011. 1liolilp .1 It Thonia, fiom Norfolk for Honolulu, n tpokuu on Jan 13 In lal it N' lomrifflW. 1Uo tlawnlhn fttnmer Iwn, width kfl San 1'raiv I ( .for llouulpti V I) 21, was fur Illi-rl) tin- ini ill nn nli nfii r 'I in .luna. To-moirow,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 March 1896

. & MfrttttMXfrM STEADIER . EYGNING BULliGTIN Zta tldverlisiiiK Medium I If you Don't Read the Bulletin .. EDITION. you Don't Gel ALL the Arcws. it JVt'Ul'ill'J jft lViJli y frwmoo ytlMtMWKMttl Vol. 1. No. 243. HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. 1896. Price 5 Cents. o . i Mi. P. ' - w THE EVENING BULLETIN. Publlsbod every day ezcopt Sunday at 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. SUUSCIUPTION KA.TES. Pot Month, nnywhoro in tho Ha- waltnn Islands 3 7A Per Year. . .. 8 00 For Year, postpaid to Auwriou, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries.. 13 00 Pnynblo Invnrlably In Advance Telcphono 250. P. O. Bos 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Irritating and Disfiguring ERUPTIONS On tho Face, Cured by Ayer's SarsaparilEa Remarkable Experience of Miss Dorothy Mahor, Fitiroy, Victoria, whose portrait wo aro privileged to give below: "1 take pleasure in testifying to tlio great benefit I derived from Ayer's Sarsapnrilla. I suffered from eruptions on my f aco of a very irrit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 March 1896

, , RtSfo EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 4, 189G. f "E !-I "m- A L,ff GE ': DO YOU LIKE CHEEY ? HptELKcrvu'iroK.niAiiaNR nv Tin: P. Kriunr.it ai.v.-,,ka. STOCK 2 -r- E1TEHY I JVTJ1N I HIS i OWN i HORSE i DDCTDR, DR. POTTIE'S CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- KEMEDIES FOit Tun ouitc op msri.vsr.s or HORSES, 0ATTB, SHEEP, BQQS,' SWINE AND POUWRY. ALSO TRUE INDIAN CURR"Y 'All tliPNoivt nl tlio Inlaiiilx nnil lln- M) l"luSliitoUio AuntriillM I.cfl. r- MAGNIFICENT LINE ft .uB,i i ooHU.,,-..! Form. IilLiY -:- HjfiLXEL :- OIL t r 0F t .' Following is nu epitome of tho ows o Honolulu nutl tho Ha waiian Islands generally from tho tWH. nPlVlii,..,. !. .!,. f il. um 'i- A vriii lull V j lliu UHIU Ui II1U Australia's departure-, arranged in I condensed form for tho mail to I San Francisco tomorrow by tho :' Alameda: ' Fob. 27 Tho Sonato passed t most of tho itoms in tho Appro- jiriutiou Bill for salaries and pay '"rolls. Mimter Damon moved to ? .insort nu itom of 81000 for tho support of Kniulnni, for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 March 1896

11 H & circuB, made n vory buccossuu balloon naconslon nud pnrnchuto drop nt tbo baseball grounds. March 1 The Btoamor Keau hou from "Wnimon, Kauai, brought tho shipwrecked crew o the seal ing schooner Mattio T. Dyor of San Francisco to this city. Thoy wore -wrecked on French Frigato Shoals on tho morning of Febru ary 22d and made their way to tho Hawaiian Islands in lour boats. Thoy saved nothing from tho wreck and tho twonty-threo men subsisted entirely on twenty four tins of canned poaches. Two of tho boats landed on Niihau on Wednesday tho 2Gth, another at Mana, Kauai, on Friday tlie 28th and tho remaining boat wim pick ed up by tho Koauhou, which had boon dispatchod to search for it, . on Saturday tho 29th at noon oft , Niihau. Tho men suffered in-. tonsoly from hanger and thirst but aro all woll now. Tho U. S. S. Adams arrived in port,' 12 days from San Francisco. March 2 Ewa plantation de clared its first dividoncd of 2 por cent, payable at ouco. Minister 'Willis announce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 March 1896

7$ I' r "' 'C EVENING BULLETIN, MAROH -1, 1890. M- .$ ij.',t ,' .' V.A .' f :, tj rf & w'L IK:' Ihouzh Wk; WM'- Wm'J' Wr 5 Ev,eiii)$ Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. 'WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 189G. SALVATION' ARMY. Lietitonnnt Egnor, louder of tho Unwniinn contingent of tho Sat iation Army, called upon tho edi Jor yostordny in connection with ilio Amoricnn mail roports of Jroublo in tlmt grent body. Ho said that most of the sensational "reports in tho Amoricnn press about tho Army wore either miinu Sacturccl or grossly exaggerated. Tliero wns in renhty no trou lilo in the Amoricnn branch of tho Army. Probably thoro wns a certain degree of patriotic fooling Uiero in favor of nn independent American organization, but thoro was no fear Unit it would develop anto separation from tho parent body. In proof of his statements le left a copy of tho Pacific Const dition of tho "War Cry, containing a full pngo letter sign ed, in autograph fac simile, by Uallington Booth and his Avifo Maud Booth. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 March 1896

w- s , M Evening bulletin, march -i, isog. -. WJ-MCnrwn unw mtM $ wwtmpWiwiwuawa ? Kf h. Ui ft .V kN T $: 53 n?. . eSs SsJJ w y LOCAL AND GENERAL. Stonirior edition. 0. 13. R. wnnts to borrow $2000. Tho band will play nt tho Hotel this evening. Handicraft for February has boon rocoivod. Tho Quoon Dowager Kapiolani has gono to Hawaii. Tho Alameda is duo from tho Colonics tomorrow. Marshal Brown has gono to Kauai to attend tho Circuit Court. Nothing boforo either of tho Circuit Court Judges this fore noon. Tho Supremo Court was do liberating over tho election contest today. Hon. Paul Neumann is recover ing from his recent sovero attack of illness. Tho March numbed ol tho Para dise of tho Pacific is on salo at tho bookstores. J. M. Dowsott advertises his agency of threo largo iiro insur ance companies. President Dolo was under tho 1 weather yestordny, but was at Iub offico this morning. This numbor of tho Bulletin is tho ono to mail to your friends abroad by tho Alameda tomor row. Thor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 March 1896

!? p ' -- m EVENING BULLETIN, MA110H 4, 189G. itfi'j 'iu'wAf 'jiir'' ; u Nlnlo Huttlclill. K . A'T EWashington, l'ob. 1-1 Accord- ng. to progress reports mado to ho Navy Dapartmont with rofor inco to tho condition of naval ves 5)? B9W undor construction Hicro B & Btrohg probability that eight Sow warships will bo ready for iorvico by July 1, next. Tliero fro tho battleships Massachusetts ind Oregon, BiBtors of wo "" Sna, now in commission ; tho coast defonco vessols Monndnock, Puri tan and Terror, ami tho gunboats Nashville, "Wilmington and Holo- ha. Tho JUonnunocK is aimoui, Ebmpleto and will bo placod in commission in a fow weeks. Tho Terror is within two Jporcont of completion, and tho Massachusetts witmu inreo norcent. Of tho othors tho por- 'contace of work douo on them is It IOr II1U rwisiivmu, 11 iimiujjiwii, and Helena; 9o for tho Oregon, and 90 for tho Puritan. Tho per 'nmitntm nf completion of each of tho other vessels boing now built, follows: Uruisor iirooklyn, 70 pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 March 1896

my EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 4, 189G. hhwiiiiii imimumnwm imi itrawnni If. 'rt, Coining lUllHlcnl Infill. On Tuesduy ovoiiing next tho Honolulu Choral Society will givo a musicalo at tho Y. M. C. A., hall, which will, in all probabili ty, prove to bo tho social ovont of this Benson. Wo havo not, for manymoons, had tho pleaBiiro of enjoying a concert porformnnco given in tho stylo and manner and undor tho supervision of such cnp ablo artists, as this will provo to bo. All possiblo effort is being mndo by tho mombors of tho society to produce a concert worthy of tho pntronngo of every niusic-loviug porson in Honolulu. Tho Honolulu Choral Socioty is tho oldest musical association in tho Hawaiian Islands and, after having gone through many changes in management, mombor ship and business methods, has bocomo Btrongor nnd of more im portanco than over before Thoir program for tho tonth instant will contain ten numbix, onch ono o which promises to bo a rich treat. Tho company now em braces th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 March 1896

V s u ir (tp I MM W Hjlr Br K'i . IH' mm? NOTES BY THE SEA S-HCAPIEKK KAUAI, KEAUHOU AND J A PIES MAKES FOX KAUAI. Alone the Whrf-TUe MavraaenU ofSIHppliiB,neneepDeprl Items fliterct. DrInii sails wn 1 order today after the heavy rains. The next steamer from Ban Frnuclsco Is the Monowal, March 12. The hark C D Uryant took In sugar at Inter Island wharf this morning. The schooner Aloha received sugar from the Walnlealo and Kenuhou today. A largo quantity of lee was tal.cn abontri the Itlo de Janeiro this morning. The steamers Kauat, Kcatihmi. and Jumc Mukec return to tho Garden Isle today The OSS Alameda, Captain Otcrcndorp, Is due from the colonies tomoiroit. The ship Iroquois tins liaulid out to IJiCiiijc iviiait, here slto Is loading sugar for Jin lorK. Tho schooner Bertie Minor lias chart d for San Kramlseo wllltn cargo of suarnluid at fJ)0,U, X To-morrow, Thursday High tide large, !l oil p in, inj,n l.iK. inuii, 7 iv u m, low line large, 1:U," pin; low tide small, 3 li'J The bar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 March 1896

sfrjr -WMmMMWWW The Only Eight Tage fa mmw 1 ULLGTIN if.? Advertising Medium. hveuing Daily Published on the Hawaiian Islands you Don't Head the Bulletin you Don't Gel ALL the News. Subscription 75c. a month. It I?m,'1i Jl 1 a 7XvW.. "r 1 I- .1l-H XI Xf w L I iX-v Y-V- 11 IXI I f r "'r & Vv '. r r l'V .1 i Vol. 1. No. 244. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day excopt Sunday at 609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. 8UUSCKUTION KATES. Per Month, nnywhero In tho Ha waiian Islands S 75 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countnoa 13 00 lnyililr Invnrlnblv In Advance. Telephono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. AyCES P Cure DYSPEPSIA, Cure BIL10USNE5S, Cure CONSTIPATION, Cure SICK HEADACHE. Are Purely -Vegetable, Are Sugar Coated, Are Mild but Effective. Good for Hie Stomach, Good for the Liver, Good for .the Bowels. THERE ARE NO OTHER PILLS SO COOP AS AYE R'S PILLS. Highest Awtirds at tho World's crest Exposit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 March 1896

T "Tf yf EVENING BULLETIN, MAltCII 5, 1890. f1 A 1 ' fM fc?. vA V H . in U. ftft !: . f 4 ?;ii. ". fo. If:, rv . ft. m?h ?V V -V kf'A K'v 5& . IfiEYS FROM AUSTRALIA. CTMHKHSEll I'ltO.II ('I)UINIAL PAt'Ktts itv Tin: ai,a;iii:ia. Br' Flood I'oarcil (innl i:xrilc nipiit nvrrtln DIcovop ofOpnl t'lclili I'otlllcul .llntler. V In Now South Wnlog tho clec f(bn for tho Waverley scat, th.i KBcaucy for which wns caused by i&c dentil of Mr. Angus Cameron took placo on Fob. 20th. Tho re sult wns: Mr. Jissop (Freetrader) Si3 vote's; Mr. 13nrlow (Protcc ifiouist), C38; Sir Henry Parkes, 3K0. Sir Honry Parkes says lio as hotter pleased at his defeat for fflio Wnverloy seat than if ho liad lion elected. Uo knew what tho Umrdon of success entailed, and no t'iefeats or reverses could tako .way what ho had douo for tho awuntry, or tho claims ho had up on postority. Those claims would 3ho long after his body was in tho grave. Further heavy raius have fallon a tho head of tho Brisbano Eivor, vrf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 March 1896

'(W$ ST T r f n itouKirr louin Hri:vi:.iON. Ilcqupntliji lilt ICIrtliiluy to n X'retty Girl of Eighteen. Chief Justice II. 0. Ide o Sa moa has a very pretty daughter of 18. Slio was born in a leap year on February 29, and consequently could only enjoy the luxury of a birthday every fourth year. "While bIio was away visiting friends in Vermont sho wroto to her fathor expressing rogrots about this. The Judge mentioned tho matter jokingly to Stevenson, who there upon Htraightway sat down and made a will, bequeathing his own birthday to tho disconsolate young lady. Tho will was lengthy and elabo rate, using all tho legal phruseo logy, as Stevenson said, "that ho could think of," and giving ns his reason for tho bequest that ho was growing old and had littlo use of a birthday now, anyhow, and ho would bo plenuud it it would bo tt mado to do his young friond any '' good. Sho wroto to him thanking him cordially, and has since religious ly celebrated tho poet's birthday, which, by tho way, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 March 1896

EHjMi t ? - t vr 4 Vf1 V EVENING BULLETIN; MABOH 5, 189G. TZ rat r v I Atewt m BY AUTHORITY. Sealed Tenders Will borecehcd at tho Offlco cf tho Minister of the Interior until MONDAY, March 9, 1890, tit 12 o'clock noon, for publishing tlio Session Laws of lSOfl, ns follows: 1. Publishing iu newspaper, English, one tiuie, at per 1000 "ems," octavo meas ure, double column. 2. Publishing in newspaper, Hawnilnn, one timo nt per 1000 "ems," octaoineas ure, double column. H. Printing and binding COO copies of the above laws, English, in same style as the Sssion Laws of tho Special Session of 180.". 1. Printing nnd binding 2."0 copies of the nbovo laws, Hawaiian, iu same stylo ns tho Session LawA of tho Special Session of 1303. , All bids must bo endorsed ' Tenders for Printing Lows'nud lnust bo undo iu con " fortuity uith tho nboo -items as specified. Tho Minister of ths Interior does not bind liiitibolf (o accept tho lowest or any bid. J, A. KINO, Minister of tho Intel ioi. Interior Offic...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 March 1896

:' Vi EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 5, I89G. 1 $ji -v. ' ' X y A "Vr ZI!Z. -'.' ll,wl.'""''Wl an ijw mn mi r i ii i rjaJHWUUMWutf xlniiirtiwiMWiBWMHliiw nniliawiwinWiiiMiiiiMWiiniiii mimmmmvimamammmmmmmmmiMmmMm0VKKmrtta ' . l U- i LOCAL AND GENERl. Circus tonight. , Knhuku stock is up to $95. A Hawaiian clown tit tho cir cus tonight. Tho Alamoda sailed for San Francisco at 1 p. m. The Prince of Wales has his life insured for 3,250,000. Tho Y. M. C. A. orchostra moots for regular rehearsal tonight. . Tho Rio do Janoiro loaves for Yokohama at 5 o'clock today. John T. Watorhouse loft an in surance policy on his lifo for $10, 000. Mrs. Wingato, formerly of Ho nolulu, died in San Francisco on Fob. 23. F. Myer and S. Dcckor nro tho latest additions to tho ranks of Company D. Mr. ilomjg preaches tonight from tho subject "How long halt yo botweon two opinions?" "Wo aro indebted to purser Sut ton of tho S. S. Alameda for lato colonial and Samoa papers. Prosidont Dolo rccoivod Cap tain Watson of th...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 March 1896

r2KrSn?? UT Tswr -t -rowK7;am'2ff . mivm miwpBVHBnBHanuivHEnnw ,y V! The Silent 'Drummer. Tho greatest commercial drum mor of tho present ngo is tho rightly placed advertisement. It novQr tires, has no hotol oxponses, noeds no mileago tickot and finds its way ovorywhoro. A slight charges pay for its transmission from ocean to ocean, and from tho Canndas to Moxico. It travels to tho outposts of civilization for the merest trifle of cost. It is a verit able globo-trottor. An ad printed in St. Louis, Now York, Chicago or Oincinatti can bo read, thumb ed and noted in Capo town, Cal cutta, Molbourno, Tokio, Hong kong and ovorywhoro else. Tho carrier-pigeon fails to travol so far, tho navigator cannot overtake it, and ovon tho ubiquitous tolo graph wiro has its terminal bo hiiid the footprints of an ml. Nor is this a usoless raco with distance,' or a more experiment in testing postal facilities. Therois monoy in it. It has commercial value. It is tho living seed of tho future business cro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 March 1896

YrKaEagiililG ' EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 5, 189G. ! 7 4)jM On February 9th Walter D. P. Koppol, a young Englishman, was found (load in the rooming house at 210 Third stroot. Ho was an advertising ngont for a big land syndicato interested in1 the South Sea Islands. Koppol claimed to bo related to tho .first families of England. Whon ho arrivod horo somo months ago ho roprosontod himself as amorohant. Of late ho has been drinking heavily and was addicted to the morphino habit. Apia wants a Coronor. John Martin, an Amorican from Portland, Oregon, was drowned on the roof at Atua. Ho went to Samoa about two years ago in the "Holon "V. Almy." Thoro was a sharp shock of oarthquako at 9 p. in. on Tuesday 11th. Itf was of short duration but foreib.o. Scarcely a day passes but tin activity in tho vicinity of I'agaloa gives somo slight intimation of its continued existence A Co oil Tiling. Now, don't you tnnko n mlstnko ly ltnngln. Inn Hint somo beers uro Jiist aa k00'1 as "Itelnler" or "Olympi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 March 1896

Hfrjfry, p tP' mi m EVENING BULLETIN, MAEOH 5, 1890. uriini ""-taaMaa?TirgTMiTttTwHw hiwimibii liiiiincmTTfifpyjiff.piiiru m i iww,m winwiwwTOtwwwwwwwawwt i w wwwwwwiwww w" .. W ft tt K , I .n. rw. r ) r , m" !&., THE OCEAN WAVE V. S. S. HENNINCJTON UKl'AIITS l'OK gft-K FKAHOISCO. S.A. Alameda frm the ColonlesC D. Bryant lor'the Count I'nnmcwi Alone the Dock. A quiet day In "the harbor. The Martha Davis Is at the Hallroad wliarf taking In sugar. Tho Japanese fltoamcr will ro to I'uclfic Mail wharf to discharge, after tlic Klo ilo Jan eiro departs. To-morrow, Friday IIIrIi tide larpe, I0..7J p m; high tide email, H:bl a ra; low tide large, I!:!! J pm, lowtlde tmall, 5:'i!i, Tlio ahlp Iroquois has hauled ahead, nlnng fide the 8 X Castle, until after tho di-jinrturc of the Alnmcdn. Tho Ahum-da Is taking in a quantity of sugir and hamitins. The bark (' 1) UrjRiif. which MlNI'nrSan KrancUci) today, takes a caricn of 'JI,4'J.I bag sugar, valued at f 1I0,'JG0'JI, and weighing S,fUti,UT...

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