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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 March 1896

T r " I V M I rw Only Eight Tage ULLGTIN Evening Daily Published on flie Hawaiian islands. i iJl0 eMii-tnioiiig iiiwninii Don't Read the Bulletin : jw ZW WZZ. ? Arw. Subscription 75c. a month. fattws .Z. j Teoplt. womw S4 7 - Ik Tf T r- ha-f- 1 w w. t ' "tfc wf W K 1 y r tl Vol. 1. No. 245. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovory day except Sunday at COO King Strcot, Honolulu, H. I. sunscniPTi6N hates. Per Month, anywhero In tho Ha waiian Islands.. S 76 Per Year. 8 00 Por Year, postpaid to Amorlca, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpnid, othor Foroign Countries 13 00 I'nynblo Invariably In Artvanoo. Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. GENERAL DEBILITY and Indigestion Undo Ucr Llfo MUorable, but Slio la Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilla Head tlio tcntlinnny of Mrf). 12. ft. Monro, CobnrR, Victoria, whoso por trait Is aba git en ESSiKw MME 'JUWJ C HUll.3'1, "Somo few years nj?o I suffered trnilily with indigestion and poii. cral debility. I could not Bleep, mid my conditi...

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

'V "J-' x-'0 ; -P i-wT'SHlJraBPP' '-'" ; .V' V &w- -Fs w: m '.' i !" ; fc- ' R V"' ' St' ?ioitTir.iuv ju:imut. fifnfltlc f Drnllin In Honolulu In 1'cbrunry Tho munbor o deaths in Hono lulu in February wns 78, as com pared with -47 in 1892, -1G in 1893, -15 in 1891 and 1895 each for tho corresponding months. Under tho ago of ono year tho deaths tvero 18, from one to fivo 10, livo to ton 2, ton to twenty 1, twenty to thirty 9, thirty to forty 8, forty to fifty 4, fifty to sixty 2, sixty to sovonty 7, over seventy 8. Of these, eighteen wore unattend ed, including eight infants up to live years old and four of those over sovonty. The nationalities woro 38 Hnwniiiius, 7 Chinese, 10 Portuguese, 13 Japanese, 5 British, 1 American and 4 of others. Tho annual death rato por thou sand for tho month was 33.43. For Hnwniiuus it was 43.43, Asi atic 23.2G and nil others 30. Tho causes of death woro as follows: Abscess 2, apoplexy 2, ntelectisis of lungs, beriberi 3, bronchitis 5, Blight's dis...

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

4 m. J'K V Hoard of Health. At tho mooting of the Board a Hoalth, "Wednesday, W. 0. Smith, president, and l)r. Day spoke in fooling terms o tho loss of thoir follow-mombor, John T. Wnter houso, and a resolution of condo lonco with tho widow and children, moved by T. F. Lansing, was passed. Tho Board refusod to consider tho appeal of John I Colburn and others from tho decision of tho Minister of tho Interior, re fusing permission for thom to establish n privato fishmarkot. Dr. Day had recoived a letter from Dr. Eldridgo, stating that eighty cases of cholera had broken out about 70 miles from Tokio, Japan, attended with great mortal ity. Surgeon Munn, U. S. A., was E resent and complimented tho loard on its efficiency. l'rlco-lliirii. Tho porformauco at tho circus tomorrow night will bo tho last of tho season and a fine proganm has boon proparctl. Suvnrnl en tirely now acts will bo introduced, besides a horizontal bar contest for- a medal by local amateurs. A great many tickets hnvo b...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 March 1896

EVENING BULLETIN, MA110II 0, 189G. ? t r ft Hi: i BY ATJTH01UTI. Sealed Tenders Will be received ot tho Office of the Minister of the Interior until MONDAY, Mnrcli 9, 1890, nt 12 o'clock noon, for publishing tho .Session Laws of 1MXJ, as follonsi 1. Publishing in new spnpcr, English, ono time, nt per 1000 "oms," octavo meas ure, double rolumu, 2. Publishing iu newspaper, llawnilnn, ouc time nt per 1000 "tins," octavo incns ute, double column. It, Printing nud binding COO copies of tho nbovo lawn, English, in b.imo stylo ns tho Session Lawn of tho Special Session of lS!).r. 4. riinting ntul binding 250 copimof tho nbotu lawn, Hawaiian, in snuio stylo as tho.Poisiou Laws of tho Special Session of 18'J.T. All bids miiBt 1k endorsed "Tenders for l'tluttng Law," mid must bo uindo in con fonnlty with tho above items ns specified, Tho Miulstcr of tho Interior docs not bind himself to ncccpt tho lowest or any bid. J, A. KINO, Minister of tho Interior. Interior Offlco. Mnrch fl. 18'Jti. 244-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 March 1896

f."l 'tl .i"c iX Kt w y miuiim.i' LOCAL AND GENERAL. No circus tonight. See card of thanks. Oharlos David has a fino driving horso for sale. This is LndicB Day attho Bero ' tauia strcot tonnis grounds. Tho Bio do Janeiro did not got away until noarly midnight. Company D will havo mooting and drill this ovouing at 7:30. Tho band will play atExocutivo building at 4:30 this afternoon. Miss Allio Widotnann loft by tho Alameda yostorday for a trip to Germany. Hawaiian Lodgo of Masons will meet this evening for work in tho third degree J. O. Carter hns for salo tho Puller promises at Fort street and Chaplain luno. Queen Victoria has a inngnifi cont collection of tho photographs of celebrated actors. An old lady of 70 in Atlantic, Mo., recontly walked two miles to a pond to go skating. Tho funoral of tho infant child of M. G. Silva takes placo this at teruoou at 3 o'clock. Tho Ladies Bonovolent Society of tho Catholic church is holding u meeting this afternoon. Minister Cooper roturned tho...

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

K ffy '1 f EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH C, 189C. , C , I f , hiil. IIJJW! fiJiu.,. ?& P K ,v V. ? , A Orcnt Show Packed, crowded, jammed was tlio condition o tho circus tout last night at tlio big benofit per formance givon for tho Kapiolani Matoruity Homo and tho Y. II. I. Fully seventeen hundred people witnessed the twenty four regular nnd four extra itemB on tho pro- (fram, which was not only tho ongost but tho best givon yot. It is estimated that tho two benevol ent institutions cleared at least Sl'100 and tho managor's faces bom signs of cxtremo satisfaction as tho vast audience poured into tho tont. Every mombor of AYirth's circus company endeavored to ex ceed their former oxcollouce and succeeded. Tho children all did splendidly. Muriel "NVirth per formed her difficult fonts on tho high wiro and beautiful sorpontino danco in a charming manner which elicited thunders of np plauso as did Ekio's trapeze act nnd Ivntio's tumbling. Knohil nnd Tako also did well, tho formor boing pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 March 1896

H h EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH G, 189G. ' V rj gMrwim'i' u . uswp jfifmiiiwiufyri't"yww.pwii ww 4P"MAN MHftfM W MWiM HHMiiiMmlllJW wm v .v Triiii.A Mini tic I'n('lisor. Iu fifty trips mado last year tho American lino of, Btoamors carried tho second largest numbor of pas sengers of any lino in tho trans Atlautio sorvico, abrogating 16, 14G. Tho Cunard lino, in fifty-, soven trips, carried 18,850 cabin passongors, leading tho list. Tho White Star line, in fifty-one trips, had 11,805. Tho North Gorman Lloyd lino lod tho list in steorago passongors. Tho total numbor of passongors, both nativo and alien, landed at tho port during 1895 from Europe was 5)0,558 cabin nnd 258,500 steorago, and 792 trips of steamers woro mado to carry thom. Now York Tribune. Lopcr In Icclnml. There are lepers in Icoland about 200 in all. Now an enthu siastic priest has determined to follow heroic Fathor Damion's oxnmplo to dovoto himself whol ly to tho care of tho unfortunates. Already ho has raised 10,000 franc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 March 1896

n 3 ' lh I ij 11 V. iT J h r1 i , id 5M Ik M :-: ft; jr ;rvj .e Sc iv. ft- ' rv ft" V Rift, v ship kenilworth ! IIIU VOUIlOlASrKIt AHItlVKS FIIOW SAN FKAMCIBOO. movement! of Vnrlonn Craft Htenmer LoavluK'l'o-dy l'iiiicni:or ud CnrsoeH Note. The llln do Janeiro did not cet awny unlll 11 o'clock last night. Tbo Japanese steamer Chlyodu Maru Is dls clinrKlm: lier 400 tons of freight at i'aellic Moll wharf. The Martha D.ivls rcccht-d sugar from the .tames MnUeo, and the S N Caslle irom the Kaala today. The steamer J A Cummins arrived yester day afternoon wlih n cargo of sugar and lice and left again last night. The strliii it Walmanalo Is rccclWng o now coat ol nliiio paint, ulilrli Mill nmeli Im prole Iht appearance. Tomorrow, Sntunlay It'eli tltl Inure. I 10:53 p 111; high tide small, 8:31 a m; low tide large, 2SRI p in; low tide small, 6:!5 a in. '1 he ship Iroquois hauled luck to her former position Immediately otter the Alameda's de parture, and U taking In sugar as rapidly n possi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 March 1896

Tf i '.; I The Only Eight Tags f ? Best Advertising Medium, f Evening Daily Published X Don't Read the Iiullcl I J'ok Z7o7 f7c WZ.Z, ? Afra'.f. on the Hawaiian Islands. - ? ., . .... zuuscnpuon jc. a mown. m4mmt4 v- W EVGNING BULLETIN id j V I Vol. 1. N"o. 24G. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt GOO King Strcot, Honolulu, H. I. 8U1ISCIIIPTION' ItATlCS. Per Month, nnywhero in the Ha- . wailan Islands 3 7fi Per Year. 8 1 0 Por Year, postpaid to Aniuricu, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countrtos 13 00 I'nynblo lnviit'lnlilv in Ailvnnoo. Talephono MO. P. O. Box 80. B. L FINNEY, Manager. 'Q WWW7V7UBU7 INFLUENZA, SORE THROAT Ayer's Cherry Pectoral "Will relievo tho mo3t dis tressing cough, sootho the inlhuncd luenibrnnc, loosen tho phlegm, and Induce refreshing sleep. For tho cure of Croup, "Whooping Cough, Soro Xliro.it, and nil tho pul monary troubles to which tho young aro so liable, there is no other remedy so effect ive as AVER'S Che...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 March 1896

F $r l i Hj t ' hv k 'ft s r. c kft tr-t sv , t w? inV.' t ;f '" V ' f V - f - i V '- i hiS- v " ' , rosv tuwit'i: intiitnvi:3ir..Nr. .Tito tl uml reil mid If lliy Jloro ll(ixc To lie l'ruxMcil. Included iu tho estimates ot ilio Minister of tho Interior for tho expenditure) of tho 8-11,200 yestcr dtiy nl lowed by tho Senato for re pairs to public buildings is nn ltom of S-JOOO for ropairs to tho yonoial post-oflico in this city. In tho Sonnto Minister King explained that tho money amis to bo spont in providing nn ontiroly now sot of iron boxes with patent locks. Tho present front of tho building will bo extended towards Merchant wtreot about two feot and ovory inch of spneo will bo filled with boxes. Tho pillnrs of tho old buildinur will not hn rmnnvnil ; but tho woodwork bctweon will in order to givo free access to tho bo ?i from tho interior of tho building. By this plan two hundr&d nnd iifty mor.e boxes will bo added to the present number, and judging from tho munorous npplic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 March 1896

Jk EVENINQ BULLETIN, MAltOII 7, 1800. i A-ti mmurt J j v y V ciiuitou m:kvi:i:n. i AVIiero Honolulu l'coplo May W'or nlilp Tomorrow. Central Union ('mmou Cornor Ilcreta lilii mill lllchards streets. Douglas 1' JJIr nle, minister. Sorviccs fur Sunday, Murch 8, 1800: 0:5,") 4. to., huiiduy suuool nnd liiblo class. At 11 a. in., l'uhlic worship nnd sermon, 3:30 p. m., Junior Christian Endeavor meeting 0:30 t. m., Yl'SOE. I'rnyor rucetlnR "Christ's Warnings." 7:30 p tn, public worship and tcrinon. Sunday Bchools: Jnpunuso in tlio Lyceum, nt 2:20 p in; Hotel stroot mission and Portuguese on Miller street, nt 2:30 p m. Wednesday nt 7:30 p in, Prayer mooting: "Jesus' Teachings Concornlug Almsgiving, l'rayer and Feasting." Slat. 0:1 18. A cordial welcome for all nt ovcry service St. Anubkw'h Cathedral Tho sorviccs of tho Second Congregation of. tomorrow (Sunday) 'will bo ni follows: 0:45 n. in., morning prayer withjlseruioti, H nedici'u, Birch iu v, Hymns 01 aud HIS; 0:30 p m, OTening praye...

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

1't mn fo. 1 BY ATJTHqaiTL Sealed Tenders Will beicceivcd ot tho Office of the Minister of tb.9 Interior until MONDAY, Mnich 9, 1890, nt 12 o'clock noon, (or publishing the Sepslon Lnitsof 1800, ns follows: 1. FuUbliing in newspaper, 12uglih, ouo time, nt per 1000 "cms," octnio meas ure, double column. 2. Publishing in nowsptpcr, Hawaiian, ono time nt por 1000 "cms," octavo meas ure, double column. .1. Piinting nml binding COO copies of tbo nliovc laws, English, in sntno stjluas the Session Laws of tbo Special Session of 1805. I. Printing nml binding 2."i0 copies of tho novo law, Hawaiian, in snuio stylo ns tbo Session Liws of tbo Special Session of 1S9.-I. All bid must bo cndoised "Tenders for l'rinting Lawe," nnd must bo undo in con foiinity with tbo above Items ns specified. Tbo Minister ot tbo Interior does not bind himself to ncccpt tho lowest or nny bid. J, A. KIXG, Minister of thci Inttilor. Interior Ofllce, March 5, 1800. 2-."tt 5I?? Everjir Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. SA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 March 1896

m , $ 7 EVENING BULLETS, 3iAItCH 7, 1890. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circus tonight at 8. Matin oo at Uio circus at 3. Don't forgot tho matinoo today. Oornor lot at Puimhou for ealo. Iwnkmni 1ms a variety of shirts to soil. Tlio biggpst and host show tit all tonight. Kara Tai 1ms tho favorite lines of Manilla cigars. Mauna Ken and Mauna Loa aro capped with snow. Romig'ssubjoct to night will bo "A Ohaugo of Hcnrt." 13and concert at Emma Sqtiaro this afternoon at -1:30. Company G elected ono now mombor at its meeting Inst night. Tho concert of tho Choral So ciety comes off on Tuesday ovoii ing. A Japnnoso woman was urrest od this morning for deserting her husband. Nigol Jnckson loft on tho Ala meda, working his passage to San Francisco. Four arrests woro- mndo this morning for liou-paymout of per sonal taxes. ThoY. M. 0. A. orchestra will nivo its first public concert on Thursday, April 9th. Tho Choral Society will havo a special rehearsal this afternoon at 4:30 at Y. M. C. A. hull. "V. AV. D...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 March 1896

KF32HR2I f v IT ,C t AGS. ; M ' . .? 'VW'f $ va &T ti. .3 vvs vr ") EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 7, 189G. t 1 i nt ( iltl 1j I 'If III W 1 I ' ' m i a W r KM .sr.Nr ins i:Vi: io m: itx uiitu-n The Curloil ItcMtlt of a llnllronil Order. A Bliort time ngo an qrdor was issued on ono o tho lines of tlio PoiuiBylvnnin Company for nil section men to como to tho oflico on a certain day and havo their oyes examined. Just boforo tho man who had chargo of tho tests left tho oflico a messongor boy camo hurrying in with a smoll pnekngo neatly tied up and nd drossod to the oyo inspector. Tho Inttor oponed it and was surprised to find a ghns oyo wrapped up in tissuo papor and also an old fashioned Bilvor watch. Tho con tents of tho pnekago proved apuz zlo to tlio inspector until ho un folded a note, which, on being deciphored, was found t road an follows: "Oyo inspector Dear Sir: Tho day boforo yesterday at nuno I got wurd to cutno down and havo mo iso looked nftor lor culur busi ness ns yo call i...

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

'H' w I EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 7, IflOG. sssMf i r " T" KAKOTOVCIA. m-vvt nfT9mgmtat Miia Bucinoss Cards. "Waste Not, Want Not." Wt f a v flood Tliln;: Jli'ld ly if llonoliilil IICKlllVllt. Dr. Daniel McLonnnn of Hono lulu owns n fiuo cofToo plantation in ltarotonga, South Pacific. Ho has a hundred acres of coHoq land there, and a letter recoived from his manager, by tho Alameda, says the crop will ho ripo within two months. Tho steamer Richmond on her last trip to Auckland took $18,000 worth of eoffeo from Rnro tougu. Dr. McLennan is inform ed that algoroha seedlings sent to his eslato last year aro now four and six foot high, also that royal palm and other seedlings trans mitted tho same tinio aro growing finely. Tliio island is under tho British Jlag and times aro now nourishing. Thoro is a school in every settle ment and English is taught in all tho schools. Tho tonchors aro all brought out fiom England. Hurenftor thoro Will bo thrco stoamors running from tho island to Auckland...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 March 1896

l ,M 'if Cf T .' EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 7, 1890. -i liy-j wjmi "W nwVi' !'! '?'7 gvwryiun!WTMWtiyVJiMirTWTiTTtirjpiirwKM Trr3a"ji' jmiV iT"livT'ffiB,-p,l',PlM-IM''1"' "" IT "'T OUR .MARINE ITEMS Canadiaii-Aissiraiian Steamship Line YOU ED. A. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co. and Williams Bros. 313 LUIUTIF.K Vi:s.SllL AltltlVtiS rjten PUGKT MOUND. A ( Steamers of tho nbovo Lino running in connection with tho CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Botocen Vancouver, U. 0., nnd Sydney, N. S. W-, nnd calling nt Victoria, B. O. Honolulu ond Suva (Fiji), y May Call Us a Modern "City Department Store." jilcniMr R&tlcnlialn 1' rout J lie Unrdnii IJ Milpplns I?Iouieiitt Alans tlto Wlmrie. W ft' s. . . ik. i l-i t . .& V v Tlic WatuiatKila'a untuc hus Wn clinugcd to Kncnu. With the Knlllnir of tlm Omw Itllo harbor Is ngiln without ftSati FrancUco ie4cl. Tliu Alice Cooke At 111 finish illsclmn.'luc. coal In a few lo)S. Tlio Win Hotnlcn will bo tho next conl iesel to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 March 1896

tV ',2':t- f The Onlv Eight Tase I EVENING WW-e-mm-m'Mr f Best .-Advertising Medium, Evening Daily Published ? on the Hawaiian Islands. f If you tion'l Head the Bullet u : you Don't Get ALL the News. Subscription ?;c a month. Ii D1.c All lt.cnj.7 v jvtutHco nuu i no i evjjw mfm K0-v-Mrf $ X fr$m0t8 BULIT&T4N yi &, r I - k ' i 'm. ' IP , f r4 4 A Vol. 1. No. 247. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt 609 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUIISCItllTIOX HATES. Per Month, anywhero In tho Hn- walinn Inlands ? 7f Per Year. M Por Year, postpaid to Amotion,' Cannun, or Mexico 10 00 Per Yonr, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 I'uynblo Inviii-liililr In Ailvnncu. Tolephono 2J0. P. O. Uox 80. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Health aeid Sireragf h RESTORED 11Y THE USE OF Ayer's SarsaparilSa Mrs. M. A. Ciiiiitiiltipr. f YnrriivlIIev Vlclorlii, Auitrullu. bays t i "About ii year ago, I had a sovcro I attack of Influenza, which loft mo very weak, without energy, appe tite, o...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 March 1896

r EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 9, 189G. MimMMUKWCBaHwjaWcBMMykaa fr R v 4 it : $$ . V3 'V . . r kj iciN'in:ii(Miiri:N association. Grnlltmlc dir I'liviim-Nlntciucutk of Air.tlr. A scoro o Indies responded lo tho call of tho Kindergarten Ah socintion Friday morning to hear reports ot tho various committees Mr. Uydo presided. A hearty volo o thanks was ox- tended to Miss Ivato Fiold for lior generous gift to tho association, also to tho trustees of Kaunmka pili church for tho free use of tho building, and to Mesdames Day and Damon for thoir faithful droits lo soil tickets and advortiso Miss Field's lecture. As a mark of appreciation for his genorosity to tho association Hon. C. It. Bishop was niado an honorary member. The treasurer reported receipts for past month s 101.25, and dis bursements S125.85. Actual run ning exponsos for one mouth, casting out incidentals, requiro $3-12. Tho Indies present wore urged to solicit now members. Tho various schools report good attendance, and excellent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 March 1896

ir "'N'1 ''IVMyTflffiy 'lwfiT jMw nV&f It '4 y I I v XAVIFS OF Till: WOULD. Jtelnllvc Sen Strength of the Grrnt Nnvnl l'imtrM. A parliamentary papor was lute ly issued in England containing particulars o tho naval strength of tho world at the beginning of Soptember last. Groining to gether tho ships in commission and rosorvo, with thoso building and completing for sea, tho following shows tho numerical strongth of tho six leading naval powers: Battleships. Tho British Empire 52 Franco Hi G or many 23 Ilussia 17 Italy 15 United States (all building) . . 8 AitMonm) Coast Defence Ships. Tho United States 20 Russia 18 Tho British Empire 17 Pnico 1-1, Gormany . . . ( 13 Italy 0 AlttlOltED AND UNAHiMOItED OllUIHKHS. Tho British Empire 137 Franco G9 Gormany 33 Italy 23 Tho United States 23 Bussia 17 Otheh Ships, not Toiipkdo Boats. Tho British Empiro 171 France 43 Italy 38 Bussia : . . 38 Tho United States 27 Gormany 12 Mechanics' Hmo. corner Hotel and Nuunnti streets, lodging by Jay, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 March 1896

ft' r; i 5,? Euetjii? Bulletii), DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. MONDAY, MABOH 9, 1890. REMOVE IT. , Several niluiiniatrutions hnvo ciiiio and beon mid gone sinco a strong and numerously signed polition was proaonted to tho Gov ornmont, asking for tho romoval oft flip powder magazine from tho place whoro on either sido and bolow it many homestead lots had boon bought and built upon. Sinco tho presentation of that polition other houses have been erected hi the neighborhood, but nobody who lives lu-twcrou that. part f Punchbowl hill and tho sea over feels quite comfortable, oithor in his down-lying ov his up-rising, while, tho depository of explosives looms abovo their heads in con stant menace. An act of careless nens, a not impossible scrub fire, or a thunderbolt from ono of those rare but terrific electric storms that fometimes roll across tho mountains, might iguito tho con tents of tho magazine. Death and devastation would in such a" ease bo iuovitably spread over a largo area, and tho los...

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