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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 March 1896

IB 1 J llBHBB8HMlbf 'v ' rT flPJWJHcy'r'tr' f i1t''i:1Bi ' t 1 aTL 1 1 uT'Wli'tiKfri'WviS T br ?- ta".' : . 7 ' .1.4 T XV v rr liitmnimi LOCAL AND GENERAL. No circus tonight. Monster program at tho circus tomorrow night. Baud concort at Emma square this evening at tho usual hour. Tho Honolulu Choral Society will hold anothor rehearsal tonight at 7:30. f British Commissioner A. G. S. Ilawos lias returned from his trip 'to Kauai. Ercd Sclioltz, a well-known blacksmith, died at Wailuku last Thuasday. Representative McBrydo has roturned from a visit to his Kauai constituent. Dr. McLonnan wants a fivo or six-roomed furnished house on a good elevation. W. 0. Lackland of tho Ilollistor Drug Company has returned from u business trip to Muui. Tho Honolulu Athletic Asso ciation will meet at Y. M. C. A. lull this evening at 7:30. Pacific Lodgo of Masons will have regular mooting tonight and work in tho socond dogreo. Gouoral "WarHold paid a frater nal visit to Geo. "NY, do Long Post, G. A. It....

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 March 1896

f4 , k it . EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 9, 1890. V b. I 1 F. . Wllil. VIM I ARlKlllflV. Iil limit; Ctintic ArrrplH Kx-Nccretnry I'mtcr'" Iiitltntloii. Washington, D. 0., Feb. 23. AYhon it was unuouncod hoiiio dnyp ngo tlmt Li Ilung Cluing, tho famous Ohincso statcs niiin nntl for ninny yenrs Viceroy, hud boon appointed to roprcsont tho Emporor at tho coronation of tho Cznr nml Czarina of Russia, at Moscow, in May, Hon. John W. Foster of this city, who wns associated with Li as counsel in tho pcaco negotiations with Japan last summer, invited him to visit tho United Stutes on roulo tollus sia. Mr. Foster has recived a cable gram from Li, acknowledging tho rocoipt of tho iuvitation nnd stat ing that ho had decided to roturn to China from Itusaia by way of Europo and tho United States No (into was lixed for his coming but a visit to this country may be expected from tho distinguished Chinaman somo timo during the summer. A (louil Tiling. Now, dou'l )m maUo a mlstnko liy linnixln I n? tlmt ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 March 1896

'-, r Xi r,. W " Jj EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 9, 189G. nr$ '1 H i I Wu Nccil tlio Cubic. It is to bo hoped that tlio differ ences ns to tho. form of tho sub sidy for the Hawaiian cnbla will soon bo settled by tho Govern ment nt Wnsliingtdu, 'and that plans will bo adopted for construc tion. Ono of tho big needs of tho Pacific Coast is a Pacific cablo. San Diego Sun. It is probablo that ono of tho propositions to build a cable from San Francisco to Hawaii and thonco on to Japan or China will bo favorod by Congress. Canada is arranging for tho construction of a similar cablo, and tho United States should bo tho first in tho field. Both commercially and politically the proposed cablo is of tho highest importance to this country. San Joso Mercury. Loprnny In IIohIoii. Last month a woman suffering from leprosy was discovered in South Boston and was romoved to Philip's Island in tho harbor. A dispatch from Boston says: "That it is a caso of loprosy is notdonied. Tho frtct that sho had lived...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 March 1896

TV'L ' l"f V ( t EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 9, 189G. -i iwm ! iirirfiiiiKrii ii n i '" t itfv-T"- wrtaXiifrlAarKH iir&wmwif' "ywjffwJ!i'y,'J" mii MmtMMMiM-MrjHi'UMm.mrr. 'MM'mfx&niimMwniJLmiwrvvHrvyJw,ii'iwxn wriwwuamj-ifmrsewanimmAtmw ft'yfa iphwwi'wwi &. f , & FOREIGN VESSELS. "XIIIIIAIUC MVIITMA DAVIS SAILS (FOR BAN PflANOUttO. SXcnmom C'liiuillne nifrd DUl:liaiRAr jive l'amionKcru mill Cnricoei JL'raiu the Oilier Inlamls Tliu bark Molilomi rcceluij Buytr from U3 Jnim MaUie uml the ClniUiuu nf Wlkkrta wkartTtlilq morning. Mr KlMIng mid Mr Place nre again on tlic tenner Clniu!lni Mr Klbllujf U purser, mid Mr Place J freight clerk. Tho Aldrti liiKr ticclred Mgnr from the Knunl, nnd tlic S N Castle took in Er.rt sugar ut the Kullioad wlinrf tills mowing. Tomorrow, Tmsdiij Illjrli tide Inrp , 1:31 it ii.-, Iiljrl tide Kinall, 1.60 p m; Ion tldu large, 7 .10 i ii I iw tldt hiiiuII, h JS a m Tin' ISt-nn ii lnr' 'I ftnckfi-lil.Ciipt Hurler nrrlml frjin n i KrancWeo tills ti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 March 1896

4 wB&mm ,, : Tnnrmri. .vi V: " WMte-mM"-4 A - t i Jy wwxMvtw moMj ? The Only Eight Tage VGN.ING: , BULLGT4N to Advertising Medium. Jfyou Don' Read the Dullct.n, Evening Daily Published on the Hawaiian Islands. i you Dorit Get ALL the Arcus. i If Ban sitae J 1 1 iUmnhla i v jww((jti w;. $mwmommfr v f A i.t;- r 0. V i r ,1 ' .1 ' f , w Vol. 1. No. 248. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every clay except Sunday at COO King Street, Honolulu, H, I. SUJJSCmi'TION KATES. Per Month, nnywhero in iho Hn- wnilan Inlands ! 75 Per Year..., S UJ Por Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foroign Countries 13 00 Vnyiililo Invariably In Advance. Tclcphono 230. V. O. Box 85). B. L FINNEY, Manager. !: ,;g f.cltcg of good health. R Mains Pure Blood, R Stror.gthons iho Nervas, Shzipans Hie Appotito, H Rcr,:wos that Tired Fooling, and Ha!;os Lifo Worth Living. Sufforcrs general debility, akin diseases, or any other ail ment arising from impuro blood, should tako &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 March 1896

tt 'Z- sr .-v.'3"' .i'q "Y1 Y ' , f EVENING BULLETIN, MAROII 10, 18. W ?! ( i W Ifr tf ,v M w IM w tf . ' fj fc'l '' "It . y M J. J. Milllinu Hurt. John Sullivan was thrown out of a brake on tlio corner of "Wilder aveuuo and "Wtiikiki Btreot yestor day afternoon and sustained se riotfs injuries. Tho horse became unmanageable and Mr. Sullivan, who lias only just recovered from a severe illness, was too weak to coutrol him. Sam Decker was with him, and by a sharp turn of tho horse both wero thrown out. Mr. Deckor was uninjured but Mi'. Hullivan struck on his head and was picked up sonsoless. Dr. Cooper was called and had tho in jured man convoyed to his homo. After several hours he recovered consciousness and this morning wns doing woll. Ilont Itnco Tonight. There was an exciting rnco, bo twecn n ni oarod sliding-sent bargo and a four-oared shell of the Mj rile boat club, in tho har bor last evening, which resulted in a tie. After returning to tho boat house, tho largo crow chal lenge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 March 1896

-T"1'"l WWfjrriw ,m !W . 1 5- t Vv 'ri. i i ' ,1 4 X V MWUMWIWH 1WHHmilU HH K'JI tiii;y liMunii: oanmuals. i nfntery of tho Lom of If our Ilc- ftPl-lora Nolvctl. In tbo war of tho robollion four mon deserted from the Union army in "West Virginiti and thorc aftor, until a few weeks ago, what bocamoof thorn was novor brought to tho kon of thoir kin, kith or country. Thoir fato has corao to light aftor thirty-two years by tho finding in an old mine of four skeletons and a ilask containing a record written by ono of tho inon. "Whou thoy dosorled, tho writing shows, thoy Bought conconlmont in a mino, tho caving-in of which imprisoned thom. As starvation camo on, tho tontli day of thoir coniinomont, two of tho mon killed a third and ato his flesh. On tho twolfthdayonoof thotwo homicides killed his follow-cannibal, and tho following day tho narrator mndo this gruesomo and iinal onlTy: "1 am now alono with tliotlead. I had to kill Ewing in self-dofunso. I havo just cnten iny other bootleg. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 March 1896

1? V '. Ji EVENING BULLETIN, MAItOH 10, 189G. nfFiiWwwrwii'Miw ?.. 6 r,v , f W M AUTH01UTL Tenders For Beef Cattle. Officf. of the Bo-vnu of Hmltii, Honolulu, March 10, 1800. Honied tender will bo recoiicd nt tliis office until 12 o'clock uoon, WEDNESDAY, March 2.1, 180(5, (or Hnpi1ylng the Leper Sottlcnieiit, nt Molokni, with (1) good Beef Cattle, to weigh not less thiiu .V0 pounds list when (1 reused; mid (2) fut licof Cattle, to bo delivered nt the Leper Settlement, nt an nvcrngo of alnety bond per month, for tho period of nix mouths oudiug September 30, 1SU0. Tho tender for fnt ficef Cnttlo must bo for tho pilco per pound dressed, nud thut of good Ucef Cuttle, per head. Hides nud Tallow to lu tho property of tho Board. Hid should bo lnnrltedi "Tender for Kocf Cnttlo, Lope'r Hctt'eMi'iit." The lljnrd doen not bind itself to accept the lowent or ny bid . i ' WILLIAM O. SMITH, Fresidcnt of tho Board of Health. 2tS-,1t 51 Euer?ir.BuHetip, DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. TUESDAY, MAltCH 10, IS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 March 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circus tonight nt 8. Bnttnlion drill tonight. Carl Buoliholtz has returned to Hawaii. Thoro wore no arrests today up to 2 o'clock. Company D had a mooting and drill last night. The Ohiyoda Maru will sail for Japan tomorrow. Choral Society concert at Y. M. 0. A. hall at 8 p. in. Louis Marks has ton shares o Kahuku stock for sale. Sugar was 'lc. for 90 degrees nt Now York on Fob. 29. J. 0. Cartor Jr. and J. A. Ma goon havo gone to Kauai. Tlio steamer Miowora leaves for tho Colohios nt 1 a. m. tomorrow. Munnuor Hcdoinnnn of tho Ho- holul u iron W01 ks has gono to Kauai. Fred. H. Rcdward is back to Lis island homo alter n poriod of politicul oxilo. Tho Amorican Express Com pany is n now institutions in that lino of business. "W. S. Luco will sell tho chairs at tho circus tout nt auction tomor row nt 10 o'clock. J. F. Morgan has gono to II a wnii to soo how his coffoo planta tion is progressing. The Monowni is duo from Snn Frnncisoo on Thursdny with nine days later now...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 March 1896

EVENING- BULLETIN, MAEGH 10, 189G. w WW It' .j( "h I l'AMOUH NOorCtl IU.dll.HhN I'M. Tliojr Aro Known nt Homo ly a I.onc I.lt ofNIckiiaino. Tho brigndo o Eoot Guards o tho British army do not like to bo called "The Ohucklo Olmcks," but Tor stealing lions and ducks in Dublin tho popplo of thatfino city cavo thorn that nanio. Tho First ltoyal Scots (Lothian Regimont) !;lory in tho ntuuo ot "Pontius Mlato's Body Guards," for thoy aro tho oldest rogimont in tho nnny. But I would not liko to outer tho sergeants' mess o tho Twonty- tirst ltoyal Scots Fusiliers nnd ask them if. thoy woro "Tho Gloncoo Butchers;" such, how ovor, is tho nickname o this lino regiment, for thoir records show that thoy woro in tho vicinity of tho Glen during that cruel and cowardly nitair. Tho Twonty iifth King'. Own "Scots Border -crs" aro known in the Highland rogimonts as"Cumborland'B Boyal Standbacks." Tliis was the rogi mont that tho Clan Cameron gave such a cutting up at Cullndcn. Thoy woro then called "So...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 March 1896

'f .!!,' 'W 3 EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 10, 189G. wmwwiBi fi'imMiwniiwM"nji' iwmjmui ' iiwBjmniuiBifMr. is?'r'"T-f'T;we?' .rfwflty-,r -;,. v.- - -- ., - , , . t 4 W y second Gordon Ilighlnnders nro known in ovory moss of llio army ns "Tho Gny and tho Gnllnnt Gordons," but na tboy word Into for tho Crimen, tho othor Highland regiments called thora "Tfio Johnny Como-latos." Again, in 1874, they had' so many Banff -shiro men in tho regiment that thoy woro called "Tho Buckio Highlandors." Tho famous "Thin Red Line," tho Ninoty-third Suth erland Highlanders, got tho nanio of "Tho Rories" in tho Crimea. Evory othor man was n Rory (Roderick) Frnsor or Mnclcod. The Ninety-third still boasts of boing tho tallest regiment in tho Crimea. It is said that their "Grenadier Company" measured G feet 2g inches at that timo. Now that thoro are so many changes taking placo in tho army theso Robriquets aro tlying out, just like the old numbers, for all tho numbers havo been replaced by names. If wo go as...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 March 1896

" EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 10, 189G. tMflMMWWHlF atMfcfrrsifiiLi"MiijBtjtr.JLf3efgii WHARF AND WAVE. $ '& Canadian-Australian Steamship Line YOU ED. A. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. "Williams & Co. and Williams Bros. HAHKI-XTINE N. N. CASTLE I'OK THE COAST. A W Steamers of tbe nbovo Lino running iu connection with tho CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Between Vancouver, 13. 0., nnd Sydney, N. B. "W.. nnd colling nt Victoria, B. 0. Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji), On or about tho dates below atnlcd, viz.: May Gall TJs a Modern "City Department Store." riM4enccr Depart For linn all, lUmil and ItuiinlIiiler-Inlnnd Truffle lUnritio Note. V A , " IS ' Tlio Naiinlmo pilotage dues fur tlio past year wcru $;JO,o3.-,,bo. The II St 8 Stnnnnrnl l due from tlio Const on Thursdaj.cf this week. Tlio cliooncr Wm llondcn Is unloading conl nt Kort Mrcet wlinrf. Tlio steamer V 0 Hall pot nny on tlmo tills morning, for Maul una llnwntl. Tlic .T M flrlllltli Is unloading lumber for Lowers .t Coo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 March 1896

$. mtt-JWWJWHSMMMw The Only Eight Tage f Evening baity Pnblisbe'd on the Hawaiian Islands. , wc--wwvxm$v eveNING BULLGTI V ft fi,cf . tivtorttetlur AftftHftl il'Ot- c JU lW 101 lit: llivil ill III I ZW Read the Build I you Don't Get ALL the News. .. m ., ' JWW yJHUH L. u utuiiin. I I It Reaches ALL theVeople. B." w A v -s-xwtvw-rmm4 --s ' p to y Km4 Vol. 1. No. 249. THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday at i 009 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. SUIJSCItU'TION KATES. Per Month, nnywhero in tlio Hn- .waiimi Islands !, 7", Pof Year. (j ix) . Per Year, postpaid to America, Cannda, or Mexico . .'. 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 Inynl1u luvnrtiililr In Ariviuico. Telephone 2t0. r P. O. 13ox 89. B. L FINKEY, Manager. ""'. ?. L1 "M"WW'W ! H llir - - Blood-Puriiying Effect or er's Sarsaparilla Mr. Clinrlca .Stcplicimon, a well-known Jtnllwny lSmployo nt Kuliipol, Now Zcalnml, write I "About ten years ngo, whllo en Raged In shunting, my foot caught betwe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 March 1896

v;'t Ve M A EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 11, 1896. 4. El b 'fcr ll B I Is, t V AitnuiMAN 111:1,11:1'. IUikIi r tin- lli'iiovolonct- nf Atnorlcn ami Cuelnnd fSnew tu Turkluli OlllclRli. , Tlio following is from n Con Btantiuoplo dispatch tolling of tho work of tho Turkish commis sioners Bont to tho scenes of dis tnrbnnco in Armenia. It is related in tho dispatch Hint tho coinmis ors lecturo tho Armenians upon tho bonefits tho Christinas hud received during tho roign of tho bouovolont Sultan, Abdul llnmid Kahn, nnd the perfidious conduct of tho Armenians, who had started newspapers and sont mon to Washington mul Chicago to agitato ami stir up tho nations against thoir Government. In conclusion the address said: "Iffioaftor. if either Turks or Armenians stir up tronhlo thoro will bf no more imprisonments, but the death penalty will bo visited upon such offenders." Aftor the reading of tho address .ivouui 1'asnn ocgan to address tlio Christians in a much moro violont strain. JIo snitl if the...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 March 1896

'1$F I', "" 1 .. ' . ' , EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 11, 1890. 3 , -.si f ' J t M-S s f. V f iTi:nis fihi.ii Hawaii. Clipped from tlio I.at Iuo oT tlie lllo Tribune. Q. H. "Williams has resigned from tho posto Captain of Police of Houomu. Thoro aro at present ovor 12,000 bngs of sugar at Popookoo waro houso awaiting Bliipmont. Tlio COO tons of Western Refinery Co.'s sugar is ready for shipment and Mr. Ross tho factor's repre sentative is at Hakalau preparing thoir shipment for tho Henry Villard. Tho amount of building going ou furnishes work for all tlio cut pontors in Ililo. Thoro woro four deaths during last weok in and about Hilo, three infants and ono ndult. Whooping cough has attacked a lnrgo liumb'-r of th scholars of tho Ouoinea Qororniiiont school. Owing to tlio non-arrival of sup plies tho Hilo Elfctric Light Co. announce Hint tho installation of lights will Jiavo to bo suspended for tho present. Petitions in Englioh and Ha waiian to tho Minister of the In terior have boon pjgn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 March 1896

"; T 1 Sj . s- - t,H 35 Eueiir;$ Bulletin?, DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. ) WEDNESDAY, MAE. 11, 189G. CABINET DEFEAT. No slock wnS tnlcon by tho IIouso o lopre8oututive& in tho Government's pica for its nmoud niont to tho Land Act, which wns Hint tho principle of n clear gift of certain classes of homesteads in tho lnw was an iuadvortonco. For three days tho bill was boforo tho House on second read ing, and two Ministers pleaded Laid for its passage Neverthe less tho IIouso by a unanimous voto incontinently pitched tho bifl out of tho window as it wore. Such a voto decs not mean so much horo as under some constitutional systoms. If tho life of tho Cabinet deponded on one of its measures, tho IIouso would probably havo swallowed this bill un der protest. That is, if tho Cabinet made it J an issuo. Apart from tho merits of tho ques tion, it is gratifying to soo that tho popular branch of tho Legis lature does not hold itsolf to bo meroly a machine for registering the decrees of tho Govern...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 March 1896

f 1890. EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 11. eta iMnww flv -fr'erii'iWTiHiyy wm aiwii mtm n f ff LOCAL AND GENERAL. Chester Doylo has returned from Kauai. j Gardner K. Wilder and wify are in the city. . . MrB. A. B. Loobcnstoin o ililo is in the city. J This is Indies' day at tho Pacific tennis courts. Senator Il6lstoin arrived on the Kiqnu yesterday. Tho Kinau brought 0579 sacks of sugar yesterday. Harry Wirth has a card of thanks in this issue. Dr. A. E. Nichols, has returned from a trip to Hawaii. Judgo do ,1a Vorgno is hearing, civil casos this afternoon. Mis. 0. L. Wight 011$ family enmo over on tho Kinau yester day. A lino horse, belonging to Geo. Weight nrrivod on tho Kinau yes day. 0. E. Whoolor and wife havo returned from a trip to tho Vol cano. Tho usual. Lonton eorvico was hold at noon today at St. Andrew's cathedral. W. Ahiu fc Co. merchant tailors, of !J20 Nuuanu street, havo a card in this issuo. Rev. O. P. Emorson was mar ried at Iloxbury, Mass., recently to Miss Eugenie Ilorn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 March 1896

R.wrciTO 'i Jr-' f. w a v, V, fcws 'j , 2 EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 11, 189G. tW.iv C' -2k J . ' L. - !",V &' '.. s Iv R. ' U t JAMfcSO.VS UIKM Their Arrival In lliiglnn J-Octnoimtrn-tion In Loudon. Wlion tlio British steamer Horloch CaBtlo from Port Natal arrived at Plymouth on February 23 with moro than 300 troopers who took part in Jameson's raid, there was no crowd present to witness their disombarkatiou from the tondor and thoro was no cheer ing. This was contrary to ex pectations, as thoro is scarcely a doubt thoir raid, illegal though it was, caused much popular admir ation in England. They aro a hardy looking lot of men, a Ply mouth dispatch Bays. Their nges rango from twonty to thirty-iivo years. Jinny of them belong to somo of the best families in Eng land, having gone to South Africa, whoro thy could do work which, had tliey done it hero, would have caused thorn to bo looked down upon by thoir acquaintances. The stories told by tlio men of tho fight which ended in thoir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 March 1896

mi EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 11, 189G. ..I,IWI.I WM lllllllMWIiilWi MmwmhmwmmwamMMferwtv kwW),iww tmoigmrwwaitrjiunii.w jimwwwmii mi i-nm i Ef ff WoninnV Ctirlo.ltT. Curiosity 1ms cost ninny wo men door from tbo timo o Eve. Lot's wio is n fino spocimon of tlio fruits of this feminine failing, but tho latest oxnmnlo is furnish ed by n farmer's wifo near Sor geant Bluff, la. She was return ing homo from a neighbor's one day recently, when it occurred to her to make a short cut across the fields. On tho way sho spied bomothing curious among tho un dorbrush and on investigating it was caught firmly by the hanuiu n big wolf trap. Sho couldn't open tho jaws of tho trap with her other hand, so sho had to remain a cajitivo for thirty hours until hor husband appeared with a search party. Sho was nearly dead from oxposuro, and it is safe to say that hor investigating ton doncy received a chock that will bo pcrmanont. S. F. Chronicle. Short Slllll'. They havo a brand of whisky I in San Antonio c...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 March 1896

' t & ri tv J skv ;; i .v & , ti ' Mwmwmiiinii fiirmjwr fMKfaaiMJcy-O giwwyxww fcW'-'wiwMy ., ;V. . IHIOWERA DEPARTS until i5v viiiiiAito to Load at i IIILO FOR. NEW TOpft., 1 Bark HniitlRtfo Inland Steamers In lid OutPamicnser ArrlvedUther Klnrlne Itcim. ( ; i The 1! Jt S Mluwcrn did not get annj- until noon today. ( Tlio 0 0 l'ltnk will unload lumber for Wilder & Co, nt Llkcllku wharf. llio IriiipioU tins about uunplctcd ber cur go, mill will llkcl) Ball In n tiny or two. The Klnau arrival Irom Maul ntul Hawaii yest'-nlny nrtcrnoon, nml n ports rough weather nlniitf the llnnall coast Tomorrow, Thursday High tiiU lnrpi 2:4.1 a iu, liljrli tide small, II in i m, low tldo large, t) i') o in low tide Miinll, M 51 j m The Nomkri m barque SJuknti n, It i loin CaptOrum, In iiirlvitl In II il mil-fim Honolulu una will lu.ul luiniiti ul i ii-tmj; ami. Arrived nt Mllo Mm 7. slili lb nn Vlllnnl ildttiti, Inim Jan 1 ranelsio, In ballast, Mnr S, bark siutlago. .IoIiikoit, from San ...

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