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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 September 1885

if. j; A 1' .."j; n DAILY , Horso Sa1 ii. Press "Will be ioi u.vlo TJhUy nt tlio X3laoos : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Col. ........ . . ... . . Merchant street T. 0. THRUM Fort street N. r. I1UR0ESS King street WOLrC&CO ..1. Cor. King and Nuuanu tts C J. MCCARTHY ...Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS '. Hotel strceet Five Cent 2cf Co;i;, LOCAL Mils, Street drill last night. Fun at the Central Park rink to-night. Marshall Soper enjoyed the luxury of a runaway day before yesterday afternoon. A five-year-old boy by the name of Charlie Young was drowned at Kapcna" Falls last Saturday afternoon. It is rumored that every woman who goes to the Central Park skating rink to-night will be given an artistic Japanese fan. Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. had a new and elegant sign painted over the front of their auction rooms' on Queen street yesterday. Mr. Halstcad is engaged in placing his new roller mill in position which was shipped to his Waialua plantation some two months ago. Personal in the San...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 September 1885

t Or- 1 J '' S.I lu.. h - , 'ySKmm'li A REMEDY FOR A "FELON. "Curoa for whttloW, or felon, art ui common as "euros? for cancer, ami "wo nro al traya Inclined to snjllo at tlm oay credulity of tbo perlodicalsVthat glvo thom spneo In their columns.. , Lately wo havo mot with tho followlnpc, alleged tq bo the atatemont of n pliyslclnn nxmsd C, 0. Qrtt tlot,,(n sovoral of our medical and other oiolidngoi", and as It Is of a character that Is slmplo enough for auy ono to try who may bo suffering from this painful form of periostitis wo publish it: "Ona day in July, 188J, aftor returning from a call in tho country, I found a contlo man waiting In my ofllco to consult mo about a folon, that was giving him great pain, upon tho Index Anger of tho lett hand, while waiting for mo he had ploked up ono of my medical Journals, and road an artlclo entltlod 'Mow to Curo a Folon.' My .patlont askod mo to try It on him. I advlsod him to lot mo mako n freo incision down to tho bono, tailoring It tho o...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 September 1885

W.V fwrn lFTPf(TS97w7' .aji - ryffF n,? , v V a 3 Uf DAILY HO N (Mi U L t PRESSr .'Ji f " VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1885. NO. 26 j WHEN JACK 13 TAU. 'AND TWENTY. When Jack it tnll nml twsnty, Xfe know what Jack will ifo, I With rIi la ro iwojt nnJ planty, Ho'll find him 0110 to woo. And soon the lovor.' twilight) Will story told, And Jack will dlo op 11 sky high for sake of Half of jrold. Hearken, Jiick, and heol ma ' Ponder what I sayt 'TU fnols aro sol I for Idckl of goM, f For gold will turn to gray. But Jack. If truth bo spokon, I (linpla Jnck no more: If sold bis heart lins broken, 'Tli t rca tho cold of yorj. Ho wots of dower for diuiutan Not nil In rlnjtloti rollMj To I oiuty itoolM, his will ylold Tiitnmpol and minted iioid. , Uoarken Jtck, nnl hboJ tin Ponder what I nay I If gnl I liath win i, fts poots slnj, Thon gold may fleot away. i Wlien Jnck gooi forth If Jack Imi heart or had. A'ld would not noon ho main? Ti o hour that iivr him w...

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. — 30 September 1885

r k X -. , V - (. , .1 i't at; 1 ri 1!. .l ' J (I ' i r 1 S' '1 ' - ' , r. tf I" Rf THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED J2VEEY MOKNINO, Except SuuclityH. At the Office, Ncr.29 Merchant St. TKHSta OF HVmVMPTXOS. Perannum, .1. ...... $0.00 St months- .' ,....."..'...'..., ,;....:....!.. 300 Three months.. .... .. 1.50 Per month..., ..... i.socts Postage additional. tar Subicrtplton J'njnblt altrau Advance. llrief communications from all p.irts of ihe Kingdom 1 will always be, very acceptable. ... 1 , Matter Intended for publication In the editorial column should be addressed to Editor Dmi HuNOU'iti Prncss. Business communications and advertisement should be addressed limply "Business Manicer," Daily Honolulu Prkss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, lo ensure, prompt Insertion, should be handed in before 6 r. M. Wednesday sept. 30, 1885 SVVliUSTlTlOVS 1'XOl'l.K. AU classes of people the world over are more or less superstitious. It has sometimes been questioned whether degr...

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. — 30 September 1885

E Vr ?: r THE DAILY XXonolulu Press "Will bo fbr unto rnily tit llio 3?luoos t J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant ltreet T, 0. THRUM Fort street N, F, IlURGESS u., King street WOLFE & CO, Cor. Kin; and Nuuanu sis C. J. MCCARTHY Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS.... Hotel streeet Sire Cent! per Copy, LOCAL NEWS. Rev. A. 0. Forbes returned by the bark Hope yesterday. Noisy natives on Fort street last night at half-past nine o'clock. The junior crew of the Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club is picking up well. The skating rinks were not well patronized last night on account of the close weather. Fred. Wundenbcrg has vacated his seat in the senior six-oared crew of the Myrtle's, and the boys weep. Chinese carpenters are engaged erecting a frame building below Mr. M. Louisson's on Fort street. Mr. Wray Tnylor of the P. C. has removed from Nuuanu Valley to the corner of Nuuanu and Kukui streets. Mr. Jaeger has just completed the foundation of a large hot-house at the nursery on King street. The...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 September 1885

ST" ' ." . i i Ik r". ' . i I?." - i tt I'-i , ', -,v ., ;! . it .V rf 1 t IfV & '.' -". EDIBLE EARTH. cduVff rie3 if.;, vvhch"c'l!ay Ts ijsed A? A FOOD. Almost Un I Tonally rrrictlocs Amon j tlie Savages of Africa,' America r, and Alia A l'lauilblo lteuon for the Custom. Science and Nature.! In many countTlat, certain clays hays boon mod from tint) imiustrlorlal as a food product Clays are osisntlalty tormsd ot silica, alumina, stud watar in varlabls proportions, colored by motalllo oxUei, and jrrewntlng ibomiolrot in amorphous massos which aro smooth nnl unctuous to the touch, nnd.upon which the friction ot the nail loaves a shining trace as upon soap. Thoy odh9ro to the tongue, and form with water it One, pliable paste that may be given all sorts of forms. , 'Borne sampbs of ojllito earth consist, as in the ca?o of trlpolt, ot mlcroscoplo fossilized (hells and innumerable fresh water How man cams to have recourse to inch food we do not know, but the samo circumstance! hare le...

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

" '7W WWnWWP!& intm!, itffitj i i i M "- f r ts (WiMU'' I TUTT . V: HON Gfc till 1 ' vv "'O'lCH' ? -;; im aW 7 V. aM tm 1 x asV ftv .,rT -'' ." i m l.'i .1 l VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, i83S NO. 27 1 1. 1 fl'l I 'w V ' i' I i w ' A NEWSPAPER FILE. It was to days nfter Amit Prl'cllla't funornl, nnd B lo nn 1 I Mora sitting togothor ly tho kltchan llro with tint Unh over our eplrlti still which follows ft doatti and ii burial. Alt the nflornojm "a hail loon busy in Retting tho homo to n;ht, not mil'llla? yet with tho tlilngs wlilo'i bat tain herl'nn I Wcr3 nowveur, tunshlna nnd furnltnrjtlti tal ant trying to totoro to tho roomi that fnmlllnr look which they hot lost during tho o weeks of anxiety nn 1 trouhlo, A fatv day more nnd wj mil t fno3 o future which wm full of terror'. Monnwhllo custom, ns woll in Inclination, a brlof roiplto in which to think of ber who wob gnno and of each other with tboncllnglnjifon Ino s of those whoso I've1', novur Iwfo...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 October 1885

Sf i f I u DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED A EVERY MO'RNINfr. Except Biinlnya. At the Office, No. 2g Merchant St. ;xi:jimh or rvhsckxvtiox. Perannum, . ' i$owS Six gnihiiiiiiiinin. ........... .....ii. J co Threemonths ir Per month.. ,., .... jocu Postage'additional. 13" Siibtcrlpttuni i"nMe nfii'(i( In Brier communications from all parts of the. kingdom will always bfl very acceptable. " .Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor DaIly Honolulu Prbss. Buiines communication! and advertisement! ihould be addressed limply "Uulin'H .Manager, Dailv Honolulu Vtai, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should he, handed In before 6 r. H. THURSDAY.-I OCT. i, 1885 sioiutotr sixaitATios. It is not so strange that an immoral and vicious religion should establish itsfclf and grow up within the frontiers jfll a yqttng arjd liberal Republic like "the United States, as it is to find the new Mexican Republic, which sh...

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

t I FH-" -: I i i R w K s ?j 1 "C" tt, EnS' rf.lO St VS. K V, V M- . i, ,-' if5, wwwwyf t ir": ;a rawT.' ;r -i-. C ." K-' YfjWWJHl rJJJj DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY,, OCTOBER I, 1885. THE DAILY Honolulu. 3Prosei "WiU bo for rmlo TJnlly at tho Following; X3lUaoH : J. M. OAT, Jr. A Co..., Me ehtnt street T.O. THRUM (on meet N, T. BURGESS i King street WOLFE CO Cor. Klngnnd Nuuanu sis a j. McCarthy , Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel itreeet J?tve Cent per Copji. TO-DAY'S IlXadOKJtRS'TS. Lyons & Cohen will have their regular cah sale at to A. M. Adams & Co. wilt have a mortgage sale at 12 noon of a railway and locomotive. local suns. Last night was prayer-meeting night. Some of the boys forgot to go home the other night. It is reported that sharks arc daily seen off the Pacific Mail dock. The steamer Alameda will leave at noon today for San -Francisco. Almost a blaze in Mrs. Green's house on Garden Lane night before last. Chief Justice Judd and family en joyed a private ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 October 1885

." I '- h ! t' n in J. it?: &' "i M iw v Wi j' N.' LTC. r" ft? c... V V V ., ' '"! ' ' - 1 - lhr 1 fa DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, OCTdBER I, 1885. p ft " rnrrn; 3 ; (Scncritf .JtWcritacincnto. (Scncmr ubcrlbnncjttc. (Ecnthtl StJUcfitccmcnlc. (Scncntl bbc'rticcmcntB. J (Scncwl Jluuctttikmcntfl. cncntl'rSuucvticcmcnto. zt CAllPENTElt AND JiUILDElt, Respectfully anriuunces lo the public lb he has purchased the BVGOAGJS EiPBSB Mtullnesi recently Conducted rMf. G. M. LakVl'at No. 34 King street, which wlllbe under the .management cVhlssirl.B. Ft BURQBSSr , a The EjrprelJV ill attend thtJ arrival ot ever)' steamer and promptly, deliter FREIGHT, PACKAGES & UAGGACiE. In Honolulu and vicinity. v ( arxjaajsriTTjaEi se sxajstos Moved with cart. ' HE, ALSO) HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Business heretofore.Wk Vy ftr. j. W. Hlngley; No. iti i King r.i trrM7 which v. will . be . conducted .. dv hit ... ion. IS. W. UUKUUSS, and wnere evemning iti the line of SMOKERS'...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 October 1885

1 I IT' kl ) J I I s1 KTWV r,v n, i- f "TrwlispwffTT fit' -1 J J . , ,, t,';rt' !!.') DAI L Y HON'kl LU I Kli&i ! M 4 . f L VOLUME I. J . Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Friday, October 2, 1885. NO. 28 A BAFFLING CLEW. It began to bo too dark to boo picture) with any pleasure, so Rudolph Ellont lorf turned roluctantly toward the stalrwity. Ho had Hngorod so long in the first gallorlos that ho hud no tlmo for a cnroful survey of tho last room, but he started a) with a shock, when tils oyos rostod on a largo,, richly colored canvas, from which oven though tho gloom of a short December afternoon, glowed a girl' flguro full of vitality and beauty. "Yos, suroly," ho oxclatmod, unmindful of tho one or two visitors who still lingered In tho twilight "ah suroly it ii sho, molno Llobchon, Illnda, meluo Xllnda." For soma momonts ho g'nzod In wonder and rapturo at tho swoot, proud faco and the graceful, slendor flguro. Ho drow n long, dcop breath, then slowly turning tho loaves of his catalogu...

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. — 2 October 1885

fvf" fc'. ft V.- .i ' n? i r Ifc n - ' . J r'l'i.i ifl i TBCEJ DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOUNIiVG, ISxuopt Suuliy. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TEitus or stritvoitiprjo.s'. Per annum'1. . . &oa Six months. .. 3 Threemonths ... iSO Permonlh r,. ....?.. ' . ...'.S" Postage additional P3" Sitbicrljitlom I'mnliln alintu In tit-vim re Brief communications from (til parti uf the Kingdom will alwiy.be very ftceptable. . , , ,, i , . Matter 'Mended Tor publicntUi In lli editorial oiumps. should! addressed, td ' . '. 1 Editor Dailv HuN0t.ru' 1'hms tlustness communlcatUn'Taiiil .advertisements should be addressed simply "llusliicss Manager," Daily HoMJlULU I'kfsi, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should U handed In before 6 r. M. FRIDAY. .OCT. to in: iiKMUitJuiitnn. i383 It will he remembeced that in our articles on the Sanitary Condition of Honolulu we said the reason for the present condition of affairs was not far to seek nor ha...

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. — 2 October 1885

tf, f a; I u THE DAILY Honoliiln Press "W1U be for nnlo Dally nt 1H0 lowlng XMuaoa : J. M. OAT, Jr. 4 Co.., Mt chant street T.O. THRUM.. Fort street N. F. HUROESS King street WOLFE 4 CO .Cor. King and Nuuanu t C. J. McCARTHV Ilotal street CRYiiVAL SODA WORKS Hotel mmt J?lo Cent l r Cop), ESOAOllUttSXS. I. O. U. M. at 7:30 P. M. Cash tale at auction rooms of E. P. Adams, at 10 A. M. LOCAL SEtTH. a Street drill again last night. Some of the band boys were making merry on King btreet yesterday after noon. Lyons & Cohen held a sale of . general merchandise yesterday ; 200 boxes of apples brought fifty cents a box. " The Last of the Hawaiians" is to be the title of a threatened novel to be written by one of the Punahou school girls. At a meeting of the Trustees of the Library Association held last night Mr. A. Marques offered his resignation as a Trustee of the Library. Mr. L. J. Levey yesterday moved into his new auction rooms in the building on Queen street formerly occupied by Mes...

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

: H J f 1 0 l I? I ! r & y It. 3 ..ffwpecfwr rNWpRf liry ( fr.TTO? "' . s fwr "nfjl .i$v ypWlr W?$ w v ' . .' . v DAILY HONOLULU PEEgS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1885. Genital AUUrtHi&nchtfl. (Scnmtl .bbcrtfscmcnto. (Bcnctitl rllbbcrtwcincnto. (Scncr.il bbcrticcincntc. (Scnci'itl .Subcrticciiicnio. (Scnmtt jpbcrttficmc'nta. (Sciicml &.& BURGESS;; . CAItPENTER AND BUILDER Rtsvectfull)' announces to the public ill .'d he has purchased trie r , ,, BAG6AOI3 EXPRESS Dullness tecentlVcuAilficte'i'liy llr.' 6. M1.' alte, t No. 8i King uretii which will b under the manage hvntofhisson D. F. BURGESS. . The Express will attend the Sttlfal ot every itearaer and promptly deliver fueV&ut, & fiA'tfcAcE' In Honolulu and vicinity. jFTqiSrxavu jhb . as rpaLAJsros Moved with Cora., UK, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Bullifesi' Heretofore U(n by MriJ.'W. Hingtey, No. Si Kine.itreet, Wlilch wll, l)e conducted by hit on, Q. W. BURGBSS, and where everything in the...

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

w h ii If :, n ' lsmtx SFWW"'1" MppifPiJ"gj; ""S " I t . mrc u 'S'(1tjyW , v i'M DAILY IONOLULU PRES VOLUME I. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISEANDS,' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. NO. 29, K0U11 LIVES IX OSK f hew whs komotlituc uliont tho wIioIjboit 'ooplnM of Prelbirg, In Sixony, thutflttc. tcell to tbo lazy iinttne of Hoimll WyJii. Si, having run down tliora to pontl a Jny i r two nmotisr tho Btuilontj mid ttio mlimi, acl taking a lilting to tho qunlnt, uiimoitoral2.! ' town, ho bodily changed his plan of travel, gnvotipa ehcrlshodechomocf Russian vagabondage; had his baggngo tout from Drottlon, and rondo ready toi.ai.t1o down and drowso away throe orfonr monthi 111 Idleness and nut study, And till) tuovi) of bis lod to tho ImpponltiR of a very fttrnngo and seemingly unreal ovont In bis life. Ronald Wytlo waitlten S3 or UOyoara ntt rather ab'ivo tho medium height, with tliton hair that he bad an artist trie!; of allowing to rlpplo down to bli sack, durl: bazel oyos that wore almost too deeply r...

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. — 3 October 1885

Rfv 1 L DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOllNING, Exoopt SiiiKlitys. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tk 11.1m of svnsviarnox. Per annum. ., . .$6.00 Si months..., ... ..it 3.0a 'three months. 1. 1 So Per month. . 5cts x Postage adililIon.il. tW Sithtertjitloii i'aunble ahtayi (it Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom wVsilways be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial tslumiis ithouUI be addressed to Euitok Daily Honolmu PRnst. Dullness communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Business Manager." Daily Honolulu Press, (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should lie handcil in before 6 r. si. SATURDAY OCT. 3, 1885 AX AVTIIOH'S VAttXIVAl Honolulu is a city that is essentially dependent upon herself for Iter amusements. It is only at irregular periods that the outside world contributes to our enjoyment, and in these instances thccost of bringing amusements to our shores is so grea...

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

I 3j " r . mi?fW'" yf f "'"'1 '4 n i.- I M H I. THE DAILY Honolulu. Xxes "Will bo for bhIo TJully ut Iho T?Uivqh i J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street T. O. THRUM , I'ort street N. F.HUKOKSS King street W0LFE&CO.....4I Cor. King and NuuanuslS C. J. MlCARI'IIY Hotel sireet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS. Hotel slrccet Jr'tve Vont.i per Cop, VH KNtIA OUMKXTS. Lewis i Levey will sell the stock of the stock of the Hawaiian llazar at 7 p. M, E. 1'. Attains & Co.'s sale or Japanese goods at W. G. Irwin & Co.'s store at to A.M. LOCAL NIIH'S, Band concert on Monday evening. Both the rinks were in full blast last night. A Chinese laundry wagon collided with a telephone post on King street yesterday. The'mclon growers in the vicinity of i'awaa still complain of depredations in their patches. The mortuary report shows seven more deaths this month than occurcd in September of last year. In the Civil Court yesterday was brought tip for deserting the contract service ol the I. I. S. N. Co. an...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 October 1885

l Km B'l if- r - . if Wk IK DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. cttcwl jtofjafitaMnito. (Scitctal bmtocmente. citcral rllbbtttiscmcnto. citcvitt bbediscments. (Scitci'itt Jlbbci'llscmcnte. (Emeriti bcrttocmcttte. General, Ibbcrtiscmcntxs. . N. E, BURGESS; CAUPENTlSIt AND JtUILDlilt, Respectfully announces to the public th So )u purchased tin BAGGA&I3 13XPM.12SS Muslness recently cunducteil by Mr. C. M. Lake, at No. 84 Kins street, which will to under the manage mentor his son D. P. DURGBSS. The Express will attend the arrival of every steamer and promptly delier FREIGHT, PACKAGES & 11ACGACE In Honolulu and vicinity. jT'TjitaynTrntB se rpiAJsros Moved with care. HE, ALSO, HAS 1'UKCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Musltess heretofore Icept by Mr. J. V, Hingley, No. EU Kin street, which v. ill b Conducted bv his son.O. W. BURGESS, and where even-thing in thereof SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be' found, ol the ben quality. Thinking the public for past favors and cua...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 October 1885

It' ll it W II. ' TsV,JMf?rr i - Jjwft, jtt . ,i"jT ' -, .i"$,Wry V te 1 -- y i, ii tv -, Jt r . "to DA Hv HONOLULU PRESS, VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1885. NO. 30 FOUR LIVES IN ONE. Ho found liltmolf in along and rntbor narrow room, with a high celling, duskily lighted by tliroo wido window that wore thickly wobbod and duttod llko bottlosof flno, crusty port A don It was, with what sec-moil to bo tho wrock of philosophical apparatus dating back two or throo gonorattous tod vonturos on tho treachorous main of eclonco. Iloro a alembic lolled lazily ovor In a gloamy t llko a boachdo.it galloon at and thero a hoap of broken por and shrods of crucible lay, llko bleaching on n sullen slinro. Beyond, by tho mlddlo window, stood a furnace, flroloss, and clogod with gray luslioa, Two or throo solid, old-time tnblo, built whon jotnoni wore mora lavish of oakot timber than nowadays, stood bopolo&ly littered with rotorU, liltorlng funnols, lamp, ring-stands, an...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 October 1885

rf.. fc ft: . , re., ffc 3:i P. V , I l ; I, DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, Except Suiuliiys. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKIlStS of sunsoitivrio.v. Pernnnum. .... . $8.00 Sis month. 300 Three month t.50 I'cr moral). .50 cu Postage additional. K3T Siiliterlitlloim I'mable In llrief communication! from nil parts of the Kingdom wilt always be very acceptable. , Matter intended for publication in the editorial celumnj should be addressed to Knixna 1tnNnt.l)l.u Prrm. Dullness communications and advertisement should b addressed slmnlv "Iluslnest Manncer." Daily Honolulu Pints, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be hsnded in before 6 r. M. MONDAY OCT. s, 1885 FOREIGN. AMERICAN. Tiit I'lirlfnit Jttatn the Omnia. Sandv Hook, Sent. 16. The start was made amid the whistling of tugs and steamers. The Gtnesta crossed the line ahead of her rival, but the Puritan quickly recovered her ground and gained slightly on the starboard ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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