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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 September 1885

,i, itfr Prsr ? ??' ' '"Tf !:'.. WC'' vf V '. DAILY HONOtULl 1 r rtiiio. in ,f V ' ' H- -- .rrr:jftfc itai S tiSTWtJ, . VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, .1885. " 'fv' vn t , ANNOUNCEMENT. Ill Oi'iler ta'coimntnc lb issue of lliis paper on the M dJ September, we are 'to adopt a temporary heading Vliith will Ik replastd I17 One of hand' some design and finish as mud in the vltttrotype plate la 11 lit obtained from the Coast, vCItcn the wrale m ike i ii of llie ))ajr wjll be nnd PROPRIVJOKK DAILY HONOLULU PRLSS ON THE BAY OF FUNDY. ' ilra?l:'tJ1'I'alcori Amon, .te ' ,-, ' Dluo Noses. neyonrt tlio Infiiilio U'orrttnont of Xinutl In n Whirlpool -Tim Im. lioilntr Town or hi. John. Tlio Orury Tide, For cljht wooIm I lmvo cniUcfl down on tho steam yncltt Vnlcoii, m lj a jolly tlmo wo havo had. Thcro ro eight of in Iiufus T. Bush, tho ownor, ttnd iti family of ihrco and his guostii, tlireo lodlrn and two gontlo. men beside V)m thcro Is tho captain and his officers ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 September 1885

; . 1 f t ' r . h . it M auts f f w pVTiWm ' ?' T;$r, 7 '-, v n"7 "v; t ?55Fw y - DAILY HONOLULU RESS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1885. THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EYERY MOUNING, TQxoopt SBtmUn;ya. At the OiBce.'No. 29 Merchant St. Ttauts or sumoitivrios'. Vtx annum ..... ... t4 t v .$6oo Sue months.. .. . 300 Three month .... .1. . 1.50 Per month .... . .. t 30CIS I'ost.iKe additional. t3T Subscription I'atfnbte oltvity (11 . Brief communication) from all parti of the Kingdom will always be verv acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial column ahould lie nddrered to Kditok Daily Honoluiu 1'krm, Business communication and advertisements should be addteued limply "Dullness Manlier," Daily Honolulu I'mm, Honolulu, Hiiwalian Islands Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should tie handed in before 6 r. M. TUfeSDAY, SEPtKMBEK i, 1885, rutST wonim. Posterity will inherit oJTr times and will hold us responsible for the history of the present. That fur childre...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 September 1885

'yWfWifiT fw&r' ' il ' ''WfW""' " "' .. -., ,,.,., v ???'- r7i5i'1p r f Hf ""5 " rt " y fcnffv t r X DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1885. m , M t$Sr J. THE DAILY 3Pie Will bo tor snlo Dully at lho T. M, OAT, In. liCo.,,.,, Merchant stleet T.O.'IHRUM Fortstrcct N. F. IIUROKSS u... Klngstieet WOLFE & CO iCor. King anil Nuuanu Ms C.J. McCAlU'UY Hotel rct i'no Cent jict Copji, gjnttij gjMoluto &$ TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER.:, 1885 lov.il Niurs. The Alameda leaves to-day at noon. Mr. J. M. Daigle, machinist on Bethel strict, is serioubly ill from blood poisoning. ine Alameda ana Aiice.Aluir leave pott to day.1 -Business will be lively among shipper.. A fair audience was present last night at 'Mr. Joe Wiseman's benefit given by Fryer's Circus. Mrs. A. F. Morris, formerly of San Francisco, will open a private boarding and lodging house on kukui street. 'Mr. W. II. Chaplin, lately connected with the Hilo telephone oflice, leaves for the Coast by the Alameda today. , The poe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 September 1885

i Ss. V. WJ I: i f i & . DAILY HONOLULU PRESS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, t88$. SnUgxinoMu gw. citcml bucvticcmcnts. (Bcncfitl blict'ficcmcittxi. (Scncrat tibcrtiocmcat General Ibbertiscmcittc. (fifitcrn! dlbbctlkdincntc. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER i, i38S m I If. McGlnsitty & Son. CASTLE & COOKE HGLL1STER & CO. OHN. NOTT, tUUVALBOFl'tWUVHtt. I J .u ml o I'taee and l'tentjt n'htre the Crotei'lfii1 Full of H'ttdom, Ami isriTis rm Knoir linifHgh to VrnvUte for . No. 42 Queen Street.. ' V IIONOLVU', It. 1. NEWS. BOOK. Thrmtrtre fjion nil i ' . ruuuajt cot&rih' Muni? i)frtnloiiK. In' the region, where the Puchunk Cteek gr6pc tt ilolhfitj.way along the western edge of Sussex county,? to eventually hecome an Intcrgral part of'ijie great Drowned Land 6f New Jer$ey anil "New Vork, good lafmm'g land Is plenty, and the follower ofthe plow grows fit and rlftri; Nqwhere, perhaps, In all the land of Jersey docs the industrious and mellifluous crow abound and appear more thrifty then hi Poc...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 September 1885

i i ' 4 i DAILY HONOLULU PRESS. W ': r tt VOLUME I, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY,' SEPTEMBER 2,' 1885.- no: 2. 0 a i 1 , 'f ' 1 m:tv RfiV " l'. ANNOUNCEMENT, ., In order to commenco lite issue of this piper on'llnf lit or September, are compelled to adopt i which will be replaced by one of design and finlth a soorf as the electron pe plate can be obtained from the Const, when the whole make up of (he paper ill be changed and Itnprot cd. PROPIUF.TORS DAILY HONOLULU PRF.SS ABOUT CABINET U0M.ES. DOMESTIC LIFE IN ' WASHINGTON. When nntl to Whom tlin Prrslilontlnl Advisor ami Tlnlr Fmiiltlcs Aro "At llomu" Tho Fntnlly Arrnnjrc tnonts or tlie Soorcturlcs. $ Washington Cor. St. Louis Notwlthstnhtlttu; tlio hot wuvo uhlcli has boeti roculitly hovorlng ovor tlio couii' try, pnrticuln,rly tlio preparations for tlio return of aocloty to lis homo and its' normal condition Roes forward. Thiotiuhstho resldonco portion of tlio city thoro nro scones of renewed activity, llosliloiios that h...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 September 1885

h. -D w & ffr ? f l 1 1. It I 15' r DAILV HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EYERY M011NING, IGxoopt Siiinlnys. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. trims ov svnucmi'Tiox. Per annum. . t . .$6.00 Sixmonths j... ........ 3.00 Three months 1.50 Per month. . n. . ...i ....( jocts .Postage Additional. t3T Stibtertpttona Vnjinble uticayt in Ait-Miner. Ilrief communications from nil parts of the Kingdom 'will always be erv acceptable. Matter Intended for publication in the editorial column should be addressed t6 Lditor Daily Honolulu Putin.' Durness communications and advertisement should be addressed simply "llusiness Manager." DAI1.V Honoi.uU' Vustt, Honolulu, Hawaiian islands. Advertisements! to ensure prompt Insertion) should be handed In before G P. it. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. i, 1885. COLONIZATION. If colonization means anything for Hawaii it means the upbuilding of inter rial wealth and the development of the country's resources; it means good times in n few years, provided our colonization sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 September 1885

B. K ,', Ji Ri- 7J,I DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21885. auuii mw i THE DAILY JrXoiiolitlii "Will bo fov milo Dully til the PIucqh i J. M. OAT. Jr. ti Cdr .. . Metc'MM street T. O. THRUM.... t.lort street N. F. HUR0K3S . , Klngstfcet WOLFE & CO .'. .Cor. K ne and Nuuanu tit C, J. McCAIUTlY... rs.,..v Hotel street Vivo Cotiti 'i6i' . .fclflll lllt ...Uf.l.if. ! " ? taw Al news. is Dr. Walters, of .Kauai,' is .improving in health. Before his departure Mr. A. VS. Hart-well of donated $50 to the American Relief Fund. Mr, Jonathan Shaw is about completing a neat five-room cottage on School street near Nuuanu. The Alameda took' tiw.lv a caruo valued at $134,072.36, of which $130;- 528.36 was for domestic produce. During the last two days 6,840 letters and i)936 papers were dispatched by the steamers City of Sydney and Mr. Frank Bcckwith, recently a teacher in the Lahaiualuna Seminary, Maui, left for California, yesterday, in search of health. Messrs. King Bros, have late...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 September 1885

( if fc I' f . !,t " ZEsuiaflaoEti ": r rprWWWWm ',. t" 1 . 'I .. - - TJI. '," ... Q '7 c, t J DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1885. S gonohrttt g. (Ecncntl bcrlio'cmcntjB. (Scnci'ul JlbucrticcmcntB. (Scncnit jluUcrtto entente. iScncVitlJiiuccttccmcntc." J (Scncntl bbcrttecmcitts. 6cucntl ticttfocmciita. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. a, 1885. .1 irrrJifliir . 11'fo ills' 11 tr. Camping near town, we secured our stock nml then went In. Entering the leading store, I introduced myself to Mr. Stiles, one of the proprietors and the postmaster. "It's now half-past two,' mid at three there's a wedding at Jonas Burton's. Old Jonas is a rough old coon that wc elected a justice of the peace about a month ago, and, as this will be his first attempt at a marriage, I think we will see some fun. Come go with me."' Wc went In the old squire's cabin and found him poring over a large volume of the statutes of Wyoming, sweating like a horse and looking terribly anxious. After greeting us, he said t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 September 1885

11; i . . .. DAILY HONOtuLU I - VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1885.. NO. 3. , ANNOUNCEMENT. v In order til commence the issue of this paper on the it of September, we are compelled to adopt n temporary heading which will he replaced by one of handsome design and finish as soon as tho electrotype plate can be obtained from the Coatt, when the wholo make up of the paper will be changed and Improved. PROPRIETORS DAILY HONOLULU DRESS LIVING ON NOTHING., HOW SHARPS AND SPONCES EXIST, Tho Way Tltry Flrcco Young Jtloods rsml Wealthy Old MMi, Who Rholllil Know llottor, Out of Tholr Monoy so, nuolra mid SikIioia. or tFltteburtrh !)liiilcli. ' Ho was of modlum liulght and Incllnod to stoutnoss. Ho stood lust livening in tho of door of a loading hotel in a graceful A suit of ciotUoa of noutral colors, fmtltlota lltiun, "hood, a hat of tho lutust stylo and a modest display of Jowolry,, gnvo him tin appoaranco that persuaded ho must bo a sonslblo, follow, and when ho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 September 1885

Is v ? rw' ft V. lf ' L 1 r r UPV' auxwxaajfia mdKanmmMmjaLmm S5 jmpn !J t T vTr,. ' . i ' ' 'tf 1 1' , ,1 ft , .1 : , s 'I DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1885. I " w THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EYEUY M011NING, Except Sundnys. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. Timlin or sujisomvriox. ret annum.. . . , ..$0.00 Six months..,. ... 300 Three month. ... 1.50 Pet month. .. ..J') CIS Postage additional. tar Subscriptions Payable ninny tn Brief communications from nil pant of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication in the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Pmts. Bd.inevf communications and Advertiuinentt should be addressed lmply "llusiness Manager," DAILY HoNOLUU. Pains, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, la ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed in before r r. in THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1885. A POINT TO III! SOTICliV. In regard to the Japanese trouble on Maui yc would say that a proper investig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 September 1885

K 'S- I I. ' In o THE DAILY 3Px'otJ "Will bo fof mlo Mully t ilio 1 J. Ad OAT, Jr. & Co Merc unit ttr T 0. 1HRU.M v t run jt N, I HURGI.SS . I ' i" .-eel WOLFE & CO Cor. King ami Nuuanu tu a j. MtiTvuniY .,....: iiotei l'lro Ccittt per Copif. uw.it. news, During Tuesday nftcrnodnf n horse ran away withV large cart on Alapai street. Next week Major H, C. Dane of Boston will yiVc n scries of lectures at the Y. M, G. A. Hall. Mr, James Castle and family are rusticating at Waikiki for a month, in Mr. W, W. Hall's Cottage. Engine Co. No. i held a business meeting last night in their aujdience hall at the Engine house on King street. The Government, it is said, will fix the Insane Asylum road some time this year perhaps. It ought- to be fixed before election. " The rubbish around Fishcl's new store was. removed yesterday and the building now present? a neat and at-. tractive appearance. People miss Mr. Bcrgcr and his boys during their vacation. The departure of the Alameda Tuesday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 September 1885

If l' i i cJt, r v HICHHFjEEn t if T 31CK EKWC huAjia g$KW fy -. t)AILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1885. SnUij gtmohrtu w. (General .licrtlscntcnts. (Scncval bbci'tiocmcnts. enemt .Suucrtiscmcnts. (general A&bcrttBcmcnte. j 5cncr.it bucrtiscnicnts. (general Jlulicritocmcnts. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1885. I'llOSVltOTVH. Many maintain that the day of weekly newspapers is past in Honolulu; that the people want their news and food for thought fresh with their coffee every day; and that the people are willing to pay for what they want. At the very nominal figure established as the subscription price of Honolulu Dailies, fifty cents a month, it must be borne in mind that six or seven hundred, or even n thousand subscribers is but a mere bagatelle toward the expense of conducting a newspaper. Our advertising rates are not such as would satisfy our Pacific Coast contempora ries, or in fact any but those who labor for the love of it rather than for profit. This paper will not be r...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 September 1885

fft$,rs!nnr DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, -I VOLUME-1. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1885. NO. 4. ANNOUNCEMENT. In order to commence the itsue of tlili paper on the lit of September, we are compelled to adopt n temporary heading which will be replaced by oho of hand lomt design and finish at toon ai the electrotype plate can be obtained from the Coast, when the whole make up of the paper wilt be changed and hnprosed. PROPRIETORS DAILY HONOLULU PRESS VETERANS OF THE RAIL CONCERNING OLD LOCOMOTIVES. Mow nnil Wlioro Biff Unllronr? Motors nro Slonufrtctnrod Tlifl Llfo of nn Ku gluo Llko lUliiorvn Dora Complete. N. V. World. "Trouhlo," said nn old ongineor, as ho Uppod back from tho brass railing he was polishing and pcorod nt tho olongatod reflection ot himself on tho bright surface, "of courso it Is troublo to keop a locomotive clean, but thon it is troublo to shnvo or for n woman to wear stays. Anywhero ono takos pride in his wotk it is onsy to enduro a llttlo inconvenience...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 September 1885

THE DAJLY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EYEBY MOllNING, Except SunduyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKltMS OF SUIISCHII'TIOX. Pr annum, . , .$6.oo Sn momhi 3.00 Three month) 1.50 Permonth 5cU l'cstnte additional. W Subscription Vayabte nlteaus tn Alliance, llrlef communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Pkss. Dullness communications and advertisements should he addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Pres, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed in before 6 r. it. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBmR 4, "885. ofn svituorsi The public and private schools of Honolulu will soon, open again. During the closing days of last years's work we were present a portion or all of the time at the examinations and exercises of most of the schools. There is one feature of our public school system of teaching that rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 September 1885

'CW'-'W W ,r - - t ..-v!'- " . t ' it' Kt u o DAILY HONOLULU PRE$S, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1885. u If K ,'' p. 1 ? 1 s. if' .&( ' I f"h' 2 ' fe T '' Wt ! $ a" ! ?" tV' uj" kr. THE DAILY "Will bo for aulo Dully rtt tins l3lUOOH t 1."Yl,0AT,t & CO, Merchant street T. O. THRU ....I rt street N. F. BURGESS ... I- He woi.fi; & co . . .Cor. KIiik and Nuuanu u C I. MlCAKTUY.. ...... Hotel street CRYSTAL.SODA WORKS.., Hotel streeet five Ccnti pci' C071;. ' WO At. yaws. i His Honor Chief Justice Judd will return from his vacation trip to-day. Fish were scarce yesterday in the Fish Market and brought high prices. A number of native Sunday schoo children had a picnic beyond Pawaa yesterday. The trustees of the Queen's Hospital hold meeting this morning at ti o'clock. The noon-day prayer meeting held at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday was well attended. T)y the S. S. Zcalandia due to-morrow, we shall be in receipt of dates to the 39th ultimo. One of the nicest places to get a quiet shave is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 September 1885

E?SH 'wir.'Vfk wpi nwsw!"? W"?Tr' "- ',' ' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1885. 4 gaity gtmoMu w. ucrtiscmcnts. (Bcnci'al bbevtiecments. (General JtuUcrticcmcntc. (Scncral JluucrttccmcntB. General .Sbbcrtiocmeniix. (General .Hljucrtuscmcnte. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1885. vnosvJiortm. Many maintain that the day of weekly newspapers is past in Honolulu; that the people want their news and food for thought fresh with their coffee every day; and that the peoplcare willing to pay for what they want. At the very nominal figure established as the subscription price of Honolulu Dailies, fifty cents a month, it must be borne in mind that six or seven hundred, or even a thousand subscribers is but a mere bagatelle toward the expense of conducting a newspaper. Uur auvcr tisintr rates are not such as would satisfy our Pacific Coast contcmpora ries, or in fact any but these who labor for the love of it rather than for profit. This paper will not be run for glory, but will conducted on a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 September 1885

I ANNOUNCEMENT. In order (a commence (lie issue of this paper on tlie nt of September, we are compelled to nJoptn temporary heading which will La replaced by one of design nnd finish as loon an the electrotjpe plate can be obtained Troin the Const, when the whole make up of the paper will Le changed and Improved. PROPRIETORS DAILY HONOLULU PRESS AMONG THE . LITERATI. Story of a BootlosB Hour Among tho Intolloctual. TI10 Thin Itlootl of Scholar Tito Itmllc Orntloim of tfoiiitm. Tlio Oblivion or Iizollmn. A Fright. Twenty yoars ago, wlion tlio world was young, Mrs. H. was daro ono ny it tlio most admiral woman In tlio country. Toot, essayist, orator, reformer, and woman of fashion, both prlritts nnd poasant wuro proud to bo Hod to hor chariot whools. And yot thoro nro things moro potent than n woman's charms. Ono day Mrs. H. Invited mo to dinner, to which I hastened with eager oar and youthful appottto, I found at tablo thrco ladles and a dozan thinkers whoso tonguos Btretch from tlio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 September 1885

THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOltNING, "Except SiindnyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TiutMs uv svmaniVTWS. Per annum S6.co Six months. . 3 Three month . . '$ Per month. 50 en Postage additional. tST Sulmcrlptlnim I'afinMr nirn In Ait-van re. Brief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always bo very acceptable. , Matter Intended for publication in tne editorial column! should be addressed to PhiTim TlAirv HnNnltll.tr pMKK. Ilusines communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "llusiness .Manager, Daily Honolulu Pums, llnnnlulit. Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed in bclore 0 r. M. sArtuguAY.5Eirr.j5. t&s. A KATtOSAL 3IOHEVM. We have it on good authority that Charles R. Bishop has in contempla tion the establishment of a museum of Hawaiian antiquities. The. relics, cu rios and industrial articles belonging to the estate of the late Mrs. JJishop form a valuable nucleus for such a mirscum....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 September 1885

vv THE DAILY 3Pjloh V111 Ijo for Hiilo J. M.OAT, Ik.&Coi,. T. O.TIIKUM . N. K. IIUKOKSS.. ...... WOLl'E&CO. U. I. AICL.AK 111 V.,,,1 CRYSTAL SODA WORKS. PlillVfit tlto Five fnf jicr Coj;, Mete H etn et t( Stiuet ij.. Ling street .Cor, , King and Nuunnu its liotei s'rect Hotel strcctf We ask the indulgence of the public, if any oversight occurs in the prompt delivery of the firs f numbers of our paper, or if errors in composition occur, until we can perfect all our arrangements fot printing, issuing and delivering thepaper, add we will esteem it a favor if subscribers will report any delay or failure on the part of our carriers: istc.il, yews, died J. M, Damle at 5:30 p. M. yesterday. Gospel Temperance meeting at the Bethel Union Church at 7:30. r, M. Thcie will be a special meeting of the Firemen's Board held next Monday evening. The Myrtle Jr. crew will commence drilling this week and the senior croW will begin next week. An old native police officer named Amuo, after a lin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 September 1885

mi .U.h Ji . -' .. V' . r -, - - ' y r , rrt V DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY,' SEPTEMBER 5, 1885. gnttjj gjonoIttJn jxm (Scncrnt Jlubct'ticcmcnt0. ciicntl Jlbbcrfhocmcnuj. (Scitcral dtubcvtiBcmcuto. (Scitcritl uuct'iiscmcnte. cncrul uucvticcmcnb. (Scncrnl bbcvticcmcnlo. SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 1885 fbi go. CASTLE HOLLISTEB & CO. vnoarr.arvs. M. W. McGiiBsney & Son. &COOKE JOHN NOT.T, Many maintain that the day of weekly newspapers is past in Honolulu; that the people want their news and food for thought fresh with their coficc every day; and that the people arc willing to pay for what they want. At the very nominal figure established as the subscription price of Honolulu Dailies, fifty cents n month, it must be borne in mind that six or seven hundred, or even a thousand subscribers is but a mere bagatelle toward the expense of conducting a newspaper. Our advertising rates arc not such as would satisfy our Pacific Coast contempora ries, or in fact any but those who labor for ...

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